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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - July 2, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioVol. 16. Cincinnati wednesday. July 2, 1879. No. Terrible explosion. Philadelphia families buried beneath the ruins their Homes. Dreadful death an Engineer Lein hard Columbus Campaign committee is. A. Hodman Cincinnati James a. Estill Millersburg j. Ii. Anderson Columbus. John g. Thompson elected chairman the Central committee and general l. Me lev Secretary. An Early Campaign determined . The electoral franchise Philadelphia pa., june 27.�?one the. A a. Most calamitous boiler explosions known important propositions in the Louisiana in this City occurred this morning at the saw and planing Mill Alphous Wilt a son which has a frontage the East Side front Street above Fain count Avenue from 711 to no. 723 inclusive. The Mill opened for work at the usual hours about 7 clock. Life moving in that Vicinity in its customary and in less than one hour the boiler and other machine the engine House a a scattered in various directions and had performed its ghastly work. One House situated in a rear court actually razed to the ground so that a stranger would hardly conjecture its previous existence while in the ruins beneath were buried a whole family. In another House an end the boiler had shot through the Brick Wall and lodged itself the second floor and so demolished everything that All evidence habitation except the House itself absolutely extinct. The explosion occurred just about a Quarter before 8 clock. The furnaces were fired with shavings which necessitates a tiring up about every fifteen minutes. The Engineer had just tired up and sitting in the engine House Reading and before he knew the cause he a dead Man. He sitting directly in front the boiler which end it that blew out and burled with the huge piece Iron across court Street through the Wall and into the second Story the House standing at the Southeast Corner the two alleys. He found lying in a Heap in one Corner the room with his ribs crushed in and his Mouth torn from ear to ear. As already stated there adjoined the boiler House the North three Frame houses beginning with no. 11, in the first which lived John Mcavoy and his wife and three children. When the boiler parted the torn into atoms without a Brick left standing and no. 11 St tiered the same Fate. John my Avo had gone to work and mrs. Mcavoy with the assistance one the children Clearing away their breakfast table. All four were in the House at the time together with a dog and when the calamity came they were All buried in the ruins and the Only body taken out uninjured up to 10 clock that the dog. T Laud Long the son who aged eight years it is believed killed instantly. His dead body found and extricated shortly after the explosion. Stella Long taken out the ruins severely injured but her wounds May not prove fatal. After working a considerable time men came to mrs. Me avos arms apparently outstretched hut before they extricated her death had relieved her stuttering. Rig mikes misery. Constitutional vent Ion. New Orleans june 27.�?the majority report the committee the electoral franchise in the constitutional convention recommends several very important amendments the existing Law upon this sub the first proposition is to require the payment in full All taxes due and collectable during the year preceding that in which the election is held and the poll tax for the current year As a condition precedent to the exercise the suffrage. The next proposition is the establishment an educational qualification this to be submitted to the people separately for ratification rejection. The third proposition is to extend the right suffrage to All foreigners upon a simple declaration the intention to become citizens. A Oleer fish. This sorrowful sphere. Of the Citadel at Cairo to Day. By his Pertinacity in resisting the demands for Lus deposition the Khedive has obtained terms far More advantageous to him than were at first proposed by the representatives the five Powers. He is to be allowed a pension about a Recti Rei by the posse. I �50.000, the payment which is imposed a m Toi Hgt Niihau revenues Anu is also Guaran Austin iex.,. i Deputy Jie it Myers besides this he is in slavs Sunty attempted to arrest Alt. Doleful and dastardly doings one dismal Day. How old Sile Doty robs the Rich and gives to the l oor Elkhart ind., june 27.�?marshal Peterson yesterday unearthed a novel criminal named Sile Doty from a Cave which he had excavated in the Bank the St. Joe River above Here and where he had burrowed for months. He is charged with stealing although he does not steal for personal Benefit he steals from the Rich and gives to the poor. If he happened to hear some poor person say they wanted this and that if they could Only have the Money to buy it the next morning the wishing person would Wake up and find it at the door. Lie has probably served More terms in Jackson Mich prison than any other person living. He has been taken to Coldwater mich., where he is wanted for some crime. Last the North River pirates Rebind the rat is. New York june 27.�?michael Shanna imn alias a a big Mike a a member the gang liver thieves known As the a North River pirates a arrested in Baltimore wednesday night and taken to Jersey City ind lodged in jail last night. Shanahan traced from Buffalo through the West thence to Canada and then to Ireland. A few Days ago it ascertained that he in Baltimore. He found in a Low sailors boarding House which he the flak crap St Rike a Compromise at Providence i ail River spinners. National associated press to the Star. Providence r. 1., june 27.�?the striking spinners and weavers the Westerly Woolen Mills resumed work to Day under a Compromise. Pittsburg june 27.�?the lamp Chimney makers Thi Seitz who have been a a 7 strike for Over two years in consequence the introduction Patent crimpers and a difference opinion in regard to movers have submitted a proposition to the manufacturers which if accepted will cause a resumption work. The workers propose to work the Patent crimpers provided the manufacturers will allow them a share the profits arising from its use. The manufacturers will announce their decision tomorrow. Fall River june 27.�?with the exp Tion the Flint All the Mills started ves t. Ter Day. The Flint has no tilling hand but is making arrangements to Stait monday. The streets Are very quiet with groups spinners standing around. Some the Back boys Are doing duty in place spinners. Many spinners have left town to seek work elsewhere. Electric Pitr Cuis. We. Allison fatally Sun struck at Plainfield 0. Thomas Stalcup merchant found proprietor and taken into custody without dead at Paoli ind. Difficulty. When he found he to be taken to new Jersey however he cursed a Jersey Justice a and the officers estimated that in the ten years existence this gang River thieves its members have plundered steamship companies and vessels North River property valued at upward �7 00,000. All the members the gang Are now prisoners. Harry Wyatt aged nine kidnapped from Rochester a. David stains Little child drowned in a Well at Decatur 111. Burgher charged with cattle stealing and fired by him. The officers posse returned the fire piercing Burgher with Throe mortal wounds. Quarantine physician drowned. Morgan try i.a., june 27.�?dr. J. A. Stith aged sixty four quarantine physician at this Point drowned from the Steamer Mattie while accompanying an excursion party. It is not known whether he fell jumped overboard with intention suicide. He tinkered with the trigger. Sierev escort la. June 27.�?jos. Haves Plaquemine Brulee St. Landry Parish yesterday examining his revolver when it went Otto shooting his Cousin James Clinton Richard through the heart killing him instantly. Suicide a sorrowful swede. , iii., june 27.�?yesterday a swede named Martin Elbie committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. Cause ill health and general despondency. Elbie at one time a proprietor a jewelry store in St. Louis but lost his property by fire. Fatal Row among roughs. Fulton iii., june 27.�?last night a desperate Light occurred in this City near Mcbain Levy a Coal and lumber Yard among a lot Drunken roughs. During the Melee George Lyons shot and instantly killed and another rough named Henline fatally injured. Thus concluded his spree. Plainy Illk iii., june 27.�?a son / John Bolan a Well known citizen this a it 7 place while in a state intoxication last night fell dead in the bar room the Morris House. He had been a protracted spree. Mangled by a bulldog. Franklin ind., june 27.�?david l. Overbye a Little son Harry almost killed yesterday by we. Gilchrist a bulldog. T he dog jumped for the Throat the child but missing that the brute caught him by the right breast tearing strips flesh from him before he could be rescued. The boy is horrible lacerated. Or found guilty murder. Albany n. Y., june 27.�?latrinionville, the Dew Sbach murderer to Day found guilty murder in the first degree. A showman a last performance. Chicago june 27.�?turk plume aged thirty eight a showman from Columbus Ohio went to the House ill Fame kept by Cora Pattis last night and attempted to kill his former mistress Minnie Bertram from Dublin Ohio. He fired three shots at her the last one taking effect but her life saved by the steel her Corset. Hume then turned the revolver and shot himself in the left Temple and in the Mouth dying instantly. Embarrassment and jealousy caused the deed. The Hull inquest ended. New York june 27.�?the jury in the Hull inquest absent thirty four minutes and returned a verdict that the death mrs. Hull caused by a Shock and asphyxia at the hands Chastine Cox. The prisoner sent to the tombs. Geo. Taylor the prize fighter who pawned some the jewelry and Belle Johnson were sent to the House detention andbri3tow Francis discharged. Fatal collision in Canada. Montreal june 27.�?a regular passenger train the Southeastern railway the Sorel Branch and the engine the construction train collided yesterday instantly receipt a Large income from private investments which he has made trom time to time in English French and american securities. He has also much wealth in the shape diamonds and other precious stones and a Large amount personal property various kinds. The Khedive is expected to leave Egypt immediately and it is said he has expressed his intention taking up his permanent residence in Paris with his favorite wife lie is to be succeeded by his eldest son Prince to i Hamed Tewfik who born november 19th, 1852. The Khedive who is now Only fort nine years old has eleven other Chil v 7 d re n. Tewfik proclaimed Viceroy. London. June 27.�?a dispatch from Cairo says the Khedive a pension is fixed at fifty thousand pounds yearly and that his sons at twelve thousand each. Prince Tewfik proclaimed Viceroy Egypt last night with a Salute 101 guns. He subsequently held a reception at which All the diplomatic corps were present. Requiem for the dead Prince. Paris june 27.�?there an immense attendance at the mass requiem for the Prince Imperial at the Church St. Augustine. The working classes were Only Rnea Gerly represented. The assemblage at the Church at the conclusion mass remained to see the prominent Bona artists leave the building. Some these left the Church by private doors and thus escaped observation. To others ovations were Given and no hostile demonstrations any kind were made. Authors am publications. Their Mission Chapel near mount Winans the Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad. Worshippers and others found their to the Grove in All manner conveyances and foot. Hundreds coloured people wore in attendance and Good order preserved throughout the Day. 8 eve ral sermons were preached and numerous exhortations addressed to the congregations. 1 Here were manifestations great religious excitement. The sinining Suchias could Only proceed from a Large York and for Sale by Robert Clarke so co., j gathering coloured people and Cincinnati. Heard at Lea to a mile and a half from the a walks to pm Taus a by Rev. A Chemino place meeting. About half a mile More than 20,000 copies Dickens a dictionary London have Albreu Dubeen a a sold in England. The London t Imes aptly Calls the question International copyright a the Schleswig Holstein question a Bedel Schuyler a a a novel by a new writer a 7. Announced by g. P. Putnam s sons is said to show exceptional Talent and individuality. Mullock a work a is life Worth living a is published by a. I. Putmans sons. New Adams will comprise a series popular j from this Grove f the Vine la a a a is for people riving a i Tery in will a a a a at Lite 1 111 a a homiletic Sermon for each sunday in the year. Saintly samples after a hot engagement the woman holds the fort. Jeffersonville ind. June 27. A yesterday . Sample withdrew his petition for divorce and being relieved his restraining orders he made a straight shoot to get Possession his House in Advance his wife. He closed the Gates and refused her admittance. She climbed the Fence but summarily tumbled Over again by the supple Sample and she retired from the Field. At a late hour at night however mrs. Sample succeeded in getting into the House after a terrible words. Sample employed a lot teams and a squad men and forcibly moved to another dwelling leaving mrs. Sample Queen the empty mansion. She then swore out a warrant and holds Sample under Bonds to keep the peace. The samples Are very wealthy and do High standing. John Adams Farmer killed by Light a killing John Barley Engineer and his fire in near Van Wert Man Moise Moreau. Jean Euzier Sabine ref ,.a. I /-.1 tet Rault and . Stevens were seriously in the Bohemian sharpshooters at Chicago Hue been held for trial. P0mt1cai it m Une republicans. Bangor. Me., june 27.�?at Ilie state Republican t conventi m Here yesterday the third ballot Hon. D. F. Davis nominated for governor receiving 849 votes. David f. Davis the nominee is forty years old a lawyer and has been in both brandies theure. He lives in brains out. East Corinth Penobscot county. California co n v e n t Ion. Sacramento gal., june 27.�?in the state convention the new Constitution party yesterday . Glenn nominated for governor by 128 against 115 for w Ebster. Democratic state committee. Columbus 0., june 27.�?the democratic state Central committee met yesterday afternoon in the opera House and elected the following officers Ltd the executive committee j. F. Mckinney Xenia chairman Irvine Dungan Jackson county vice chairman treasurer Jacob Luck Doe amp pools tobacco store House burned at Charleston w. A. Henry Taylor coloured executed at Forest City ark., yesterday for rape. J. F. Noggard a resident Biggs Butte county cal., stabbed and instantly killed by a tramp. Jonah Seaman starved to death at West Jellerson A cancer the Tongue prevented him from eating. An explosion chemicals followed by a fire in the drug store Otto Schorz Milwaukee caused a loss $7,500. An unknown Man murdered near Alliance o., for $5. George Perkins and August Orr have been arrested. F. Bressnan an inmate the insane Asylum at Columbus o., accidentally drowned in the River near the state dam yesterday. A fire at Glendale mont., destroyed the smelter Quartz Mill office ac., the Heel a mining company. Loss estimated at $100,000. George Hoover a Danker near Hagerstown ind., married a grass widow his Church expelled him and Gloover suicide by refusing to eat. At Clarksburg ont., yesterday two children eleven and nine years sons Alfred Stoutenburg took shelter under a tree from a passing storm. A limb fell and killed both instantly. Jared and can not. Recover. The cause a misunderstanding train orders. Murdered at a picnic. Batavia Ohio june 27.�?during a Row at a coloured picnic at weavers Grove yesterday Hiram Trotter from new Richmon pulled a revolver and attempted to shoot a person with whom he quarrelling but missing his Mark shot a Man by the name Charley me Craw inflicting a wound from the effects which lie died immediately. Trotter arrested and taken to Amelia for trial. There is intense excitement and threats Lynching Trotter were freely made. M min a my a f0k Ekin. Irish new. A from late Irish exohaneres.1 a new and through route has been opened from Gle Garritt to Killarney. Win. O Hara an old and much respected resident aug la gallon county Antrim died recently aged ninety six years. Reports from the country state that the grass lands Are still parched up and very backward and the want rain is generally complained . A child const. Peeney a Wellington Bridge station Wexford died from the effects biting the Heads Ott some Lucifer matches and swallowing them. The premises . Mecannon egg and fowl merchant fair Street Drogheda county Louth were destroyed by lire with but Little insurance the place. Nine per cent declared at the hibernian Bank Dublin. According to official returns the total receipts into the exchequer from april 1st, 1s7d, to May 31st, were .113,119,929. Or. Livingston Cambric manufacturer Lurgan county Armagh has increased the wages weavers by what is known As 1�. Per a Cut a about eight per cent. This Speaks Well for the Trade. Great objections Are being made to the reduction the salaries the schoolteachers throughout Ireland. Meetings Are being held in several counties looking to an increase in the the teachers who Are very poorly paid. The l. San. R. Ii. Will Lay rails through the following places the town lands Kil Tomulty Thornill kill Carney. Termo Kilt Glassman and Tuam Parish cd linage the towns lands Druml Aghy Corr Glass and Derry cobe Parish cd Leen ish and the town lands Gar vary and drum Ken Parish Bossory All which Are in the poor Law Union Enniskillen. Or. S. P. Preston Cork read a very interesting paper at a meeting the Dublin statistical society the subject a for tuning daughters a which prevails among the farming classes in Munster. The author urges As a principal objection against the system the fact that the Moncy hoarded for the purpose securing eligible husbands for daughters would if expended farming appliances save the Farmer a waste labor. The Falls River strike. Falls River mass., june 20.�?All the Mills Are running in part to Day except flints Mill. All mule spinners with three four exceptions Are out. Managers Are running the mules with younger help and if Thev take hold Well they will he kept at work. Will contain an article a a preaching by the author a certain dangerous tendencies american life a Winch will commend itself to thoughtful people. There will also he a paper dealing with the negro exodus giving the facts in justification the movement the coloured people. A random shots a by Max. Adeler is a Book 32 1 pages the newest freshest brightest and Best sketches the Prince american humorists. It is graphically illustrated by Arthur b. Frost. Published by j. M. Stoddard co., Philadelphia. For Sale by All Book Sellers sent by the publishers receipt 75 cents the regular Price. A poor by Mary w. Porter. Illustrated. Boston. B. Lothrop Sec it it. Paper covers 50 cents. Of All the lately published books in which children hear a principal part one the most natural and charming is a poor it breathes the very spirit childhood and one is inclined to believe that the author must have drawn her characters from living models. A poor papa is sure to be a favorite. The father is an artist absorbed in painting and having no knowledge child nature while his two children Loving and True Are like Young Colts with irrepressible life and spirits and perpetually in trouble. But tie solution All their perplexities conies a Chapel built Brick. In this Chapel the july wide awake gives in its poet s it Tok. Rcv. Ltd. A Kev preached a Brief Dis Homos Senos an interesting paper about a la a i 1i a John Loyle Lio Illy tl., a Lite cd. Hen to the Pilot. H is history is romantic. John it t ancient the let ads Tipper to j. Encking will he no. Vii the Ameri those present Many whom could not tan artists in the same number. Mind room in the Chapel. The illustrated Library edition the Kol Crofoo made to those once Waverley novels published by Houghton i members the Sharp Street a. M. K. Osgood so co., will be completed Early in Church whose moral remains slept in july by the Issue the last five volumes the cemetery but whose spirits were with it 13 in ht.,.1. Which those whose Libra tie Church triumphant. Thoro wa.,-Ai&Gtl Ries Are deficient in the works the great let i1 a v scottish fiction is will do Well to look at. I1. A la nude fitting place to col a. \ i m a brat the lord s supper and thus show 1 he August number be a Natl antics. 1 u. T latin in his death burial and resurrection than in a spot surrounded by Graves. Here one could exclaim with St. Paul a Oil death where is tiv sting grave thy Victory a Only a Lew White people were at the meetings both which were remarkable for Lack those extravagances once so common with the. African race. Not a person the grounds in the Vicinity observed to be under the influence liquor. Can Patti sing in Paris j Paris dispatch some time since i mentioned that m. Merelli had engaged mine. Adelina Patti to sing �11 italian operas this Winter al the theater de la Gaite. But the Marquis de Aux determined to prevent if possible the appearance his wife the Paris stage Lias directed his Legal adviser to write to m. Merelli to the effect that lie had seen advertisements in divers papers announcing that operatic representations were to be Given next Winter at which mine. Adelina Patti Malquisto de Caux to appear. Not having Given her his authorization for this purpose he protested against any engagement she might enter into without Liis consent As her husband. To this Legal protest m. M Relli immediately replied by an equally formal document in which the Marquis informed that his statement to the Ella it that mme. Adelina Patti a Marquise de c Aux a to appear contrary to truth. The words a Marquise de Cauxx had never been used. Besides this Madame Adelina Patti had Sung in Paris if 187 5 with q out any protest being raised against her engagement. The action taken by the Marquis continued the letter seemed to be dictated by no other motive than that bringing discredit and ruin upon the contemplated artistic and commercial Enterprise for it did not lie in his Power to prevent mine. Adelina Patti from sing ing. It at the same time m. Merelli Lias in Good time and in a Good . Poor papa is the initial number the a Idle hour Irish rights in parliament. London june 27.�?an exciting scene hotter to amp a a. Judgeship. Pittsburg june 2 3.�?Hon. James a. Logan present judge the court common pleas Westmoreland county yesterday appointed general solicitor the Pennsylvania Railroad to take Etta get immediately. He will resign and move to Philadelphia. Curved in the House commons yester mar Vible ill Day. The right Hon. John Bright made a a a pm Irvin hire Snecchi defending Tho conduct the a a King Iliin Ilist and 8bsnc Macii. Lome letter the King sorry to say looks re a Mhz lid i i strange but True. A rain frogs. Danbury Conn news there a heavy rain storm last night. This morning an extraordinary spectacle presented the Long Ridge Road at the Reservoir the Bethel water company. The roads and the Banks thereof for a distance eighty rods swarmed with frogs. These animals were scarcely an Inch in length. They were in constant motion and vet it r so immense in Quantity As to he unable to get out the passing teams. Or. Major Wood and wife drove through them finding it impossible to pass without doing so. Or. Wood says the number the frogs could be estimated at millions. The ground As far As the Eye could reach covered by them. They undoubtedly descended in the rain last v night and each one must have descended its head As none them appeared to know where they were where they were going. O a it destroying crickets with ii ogs. Paradise Nev. Reporter j a few weeks ago from the North and Northwest this Valley millions a crickets were coming in to devour and destroy what Grain and grass our banners expected to Harvest this dry season. To stand them Oil nearly All the hogs in the Valley have been got together and Are being bearded to meet them. The hogs arc getting the Best the Light and Are kit 7 fattening in their Onward March. Novel treatment by a Bay state doctor Springfield r publican . Trombly a local French physician avs he has cured a ease Scarlet fever at South Holyoke by pulling three frogs at the child a Mouth. Alter each Frog had inhaled Sutti client the breath it put into the water where it vomited and All right again. It he wlm in a sing. A Monad the Laplois newspaper before a court Justice for the publication an Triele which concluded with the words a it is our conviction that Slit will not a As according to m. Morelia Trio consequence this article the withdrawal All Chance subscription for his theater and the discredit his commercial Enterprise lie claimed damage to the amount 200,Uoo francs. Under these circumstances the question which the tribunal will have to decide is whether no the authorization her husband is necessary for mme. Adeline la aug to. Sir in Paris. She separated trom the Marquis in 1877, and the Juu Glens Given that occasion declared a Les Poux spares de corps Edo Bien. 1 he Marquis de Caux contends that tin separation does not entitle mme. Adeline Patti to appear in Public in the City to which he resides. Besides lie is so and thin that he is ending members in obstructing the business the ,. A a a House in order to compel attention to their j Rute pitiful to behold. It is the opinion demands. The Irish members parliament said he formed Only an insignificant numerical minority in the House and they had Only two methods possible for them to obtain what the majority cured Pete Aubreys leg with i bisected a it it / is Only thirty four cats. The cats had Only a few second my his hair a is a quite Gray. Were out the feline spirit took its flight. Unexpected reminder the . Slut Democrat. Suffering As the moment the inwards some that he will not live Over a Var. But this 1 think Little exaggeration. He is certainly not Well. If he were not so Well guarded by his faithful Piedmont v Tese i should be inclined to think that t lie grave off John Iii Nodi pm so Mot her. R in Lii Pond whig. A a correspondent writing from mat tax in Chesterfield a univ. Va., says a it is not generally known that the remains Francis Tucker Blanche the Mother John Randolph Roanoke rest in the Oil this Plantation where he a reared a High 1>1 aft overlooking the Appomattox River and tiie City Petersburg. Her grave is under disposed to refuse. One these methods,.,. In. Was to sell themselves to one the two i Wils so a via beg poisoned. But English parties and thus give to the Pur-1 piedmontese Are devoted heart body at California City just across the Bay from san Francisco r. H. Moore keeper the Dupont powder company a Magazine shot and instantly killed a. Fulton manager the works and then blew his own Chaser the balance Power the other j and soul to the House univ to exercise their parliamentary rights and j there is not a Man among them who by the obstruction business under the forms the House to compel the majority to make concessions to them. 1 icicle Mam. Sain Tor aug Laud. Halifax n. 8., june 27.�?uncle sam., the Small Canoe in which cant. Goldsmith and his wife Are making the voyage to Europe left yesterday for England. Thousands spectators lined the wharves and cheered them. The Otic cars ii. M. S. Grilling took up a handsome collection Board the ship and presented it to Gold Smith. a by the sea will Liao Many summer residents and visitors this year. Prince Imperial s will. London june 27.�?m. Franceschini Pietri is his to Chislehurst carrying with him the key the Prince Imperial s writing desk which he left at the Camden House and which contains his will. This desk is locked with two keys one which the Prince left with his Mother his1 departure sending the other to m. Pietri. I m. Pietri for Many years employed in the Cabinet the late emperor. He served him Long As his private Secretary. Khedive retires \ pension. London june 27.�? i he i it my contested struggle concerning the deposition the Viceroy Egypt is at last ended and Victory rests with the live Powers which have demanded it. A Firman Den sir tie Khe i ult would not rather Suller a thousand deaths than that a hair the head its chief should he touched. T he Queen grows prettier every Day and dresses with great taste. She prefers White to colors and wears it All possible occasion. On the Day the review she dressed in bluish White. 8he is Aho Verv fond White tulle Mantilla which a Farmer living in the Vicinity some Oaks and is covered with attune Monville set a stump fire in the slab which is written her name her same Field in which he blowing a death and age in latin. There i it no in Short time since and a Bombshell i closure around the grave. The Planta lodged in it during the and out j Tion is in a High state cultivation and sight exploded scattering the splinters . Randolph him Elf would not find All Over the Field. Fault with the Fine wheat and fruit grow ing Here sentiment from it lady a album a a death caused by a Bumble Bee. Louisville courier Jour to miss Sallie Button aged 80 years living in Harrison county. Was frightened i woman looks upon her husband As a by a Humble Bee which hew into the charming being during two months room and attempting to escape from it her life the month before she marries fell to the floor receiving injuries from him and the month alter she which she died. buries she wears in preference to hats Bon 1�?~i.aying with a Rattlesnake. Elkton i by. A Register. A correspondent tells the killing a Rattlesnake a few Davs since in Todd nets especially in summer time and these tulle Mantilla Are so pretty my. A. first a a h.0v0r0l� a Little arose. The an. Another the Ian will it it the Snak. Shoulder that the wonder is that every1 n other lady a lot s not Follot the Queen s example and Wear White Mantilla Iti hats a la a Glaise which Are by the generality italian debt poverty and Sun foring haunted me f it a cars caused by a sack and Largo Kilt for Iiri pit it rim which did Rood. I a it w i n dive has been signed by the Sultan and will to formally proclaimed from the Walls ladies who prefer to imitate the English in this rather than the Itri Sienus. Meanwhile darting out it a a it com my in Ion in a brn Voyard. Waltimo a. Be Gerdav an a fall Day up a a Ting held by members the african it. F. Bethel Church in the Grove adjacent to Bills for doctoring which did no discouraged until one year Ayo by the advice my pastor i procured hop bitters and commenced their use and in one month we to Ere All Well and none us have been sick Aday since and i want to say to All pour men you can keep Vona in Ami p s Well a year with hop bitters for less than one doctors visit will Workingman

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