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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - November 19, 1879, Cincinnati, Ohio6ttie Cincinnati weekly Star wednesday november 19, 1879. Personals about l.4d1ks, mrs. Roberts now living in Henry county term., claim to be the first White woman who Ever crossed Tennessee River. Mias Colenso a daughter of the distinguished Bishop of that name is writing a work which not Many Young women would undertaken a history of the late Zulu War. Thyra Duchess of Cumberland has had her Little daughter baptized by the somewhat abrupt name of Maria Louisa Victoria Carolina Amelia Alexandra Augusta Frederica. Mrs. Elizal Reth Thompson Butler has a to of Val commission to paint the a defense Koike a she has been making preliminary studies at Portsmouth where she was enabled to sketch what amounted to a dress rehearsal of the famous defense. The future Queen Christina of Spain is a Wise and kindly Young lady. She h is begged her betrothed to economize As far As few Syible in the expenses of their wedding festivities and to give the Money to the sufferers by the late floods in 6pain. Exempress Eugenie reads nothing and writes very Little passing her whole time in melancholy thought. Her face is Pale As Marble her eyes Are sunken and her features Are very Sharp but she i it Able at last to sleep without the use of i Lora 1# Queen Victoria a fortnight ago expressly commanded that a paragraph stating that she was eating strawberries the operation with the skill of the most experienced milkmaid. A Kov then View smaller amounts Stock rown in the open air at Balmoral should dissipate the idea that at this season bal irrow w sent to the papers her object being to moral lies in a snowy or foggy waste. Mrs. John Sherman the wife of the Secretary of the Treasury and miss Mary Sherman or. Roosevelt Baron von Friesen or. And mrs. Morton c. Fisher lieutenant colonel and mrs. Houghton and mrs. Thomas Aspinwall arrived in the White Star Steamer Adriatic Friday. Mrs. Belva a. Lockwood the woman lawyer of Washington is conducting a Case in Baltimore where she was on monday admitted As an attorney of the United states circuit court. While in 1 she removed her dark Felt and feathered hat and placed it on the table with the suits of the other counsel. Mrs. Mix who has a Connecticut reputation for working miracles travels through that state professing to cure diseases by the laying of of hands and crowds seek her wherever she goes. The most wonderful stories arc told of her Powers. She charges nothing for her services and accepts Only food lodging and conveyance from place to place. She is of pure negro blood uneducated and a devout methodist. The Empress of Russia is staying at Cannes in the utmost retirement As usual receiving no one. Tine Czarena in Gmar who with her husband is also at Cannes is not so quiet in consideration for the Brilliant toilets which be brought from Paris. Four of these each costing Over $f>,000, Are said to have been the gifts of the Princess of Wales to her sister. Mrs. Anderson the widow of major Robert Anderson told the reporter the other Day that so Long As her husband lived nobody dared to express a doubt about his loyalty. Though under the never faltered in his obedience to the government at Washington. This reply is called out by a paragraph in the a a Dairy of a Public Man a which the North american review is publishing. Miss Dudu Fletcher the Clever and pretty author of a a Kismet and other novels has disgusted it is said All the matchmaking mammas in Rome by be a t coming engaged to a great matrimonial prize lord Wentworth. As lady Wentworth this Brilliant and sparkling Young woman will doubtless grow Only More charming and it is to be hoped will not give tip literary work in which she has shown up much Promise. What la thou the of the Southern Hail Road and Cincinnati. The Central Georgia weekly. J the Cincinnati Southern Railroad will soon be completed to Chattanooga and already we hear signs of a great jubilation Over what is destined to be a great trunk line of railway North and South. Heretofore these trunk lines have principally been built East and West and it has canned the tide of emigration to Fol a Low thereby building up the West and Northwest while the South remained at a standstill. The Road from Cincinnati to Chattanooga will form a grand trunk line from Brunswick to Cincinnati. Macon being on a direct line will be one of its Best receiving and distributing Points and if proper inducements Are held out by Cincinnati merchants May turn the tide of Trade which now goes to Philadelphia and new York to Cincinnati. Especially would it be Good policy for our merchants to examine thoroughly that Market not Only in regard to prices upon Western produce but the fact that Twenty four hours would deliver purchases Here would add wonderfully to the convenience and Benefit of our business interests. Could be purchased and fresher kept by being so close to a leading Market. There is no doubt but Wlms Cincinnati merchants will Oiler such inducements As will command the Trade of the South which lies on the line of her great Southern Road and its tributaries. In fact she is already preparing an excursion for business men to visit her on the completion of the Road and As that invitation will probably extend to this City it would lie Well that As Many of our Mer chants As possible should arrange their business so As to accept the proffered hospitality of the Queen City. The excursion we believe is exclusively for the mercantile class and it is done that business men May know and learn at the outset of the opening of this great Southern thoroughfare the inducements the merchant princes of Cincinnati and its great manufacturing interests can Oiler in the was of supplying our wants. We understand that a through train will be run to Chattanooga from Cincinnati in 12 hours so that 24 hours ride would land us in the great City of the Ohio. As a paying investment the Cincinnati Southern Road will have no Superior on the continent. It taps the great system of Southern Western and southwestern Road is at Chattanooga. At Atlanta South and Southeast and at this Point All Southern southwestern and Southeastern Georgia and Florida. Being a Short line it will concentrate the freight traffic of this Southern country at its terminal Point Chattanooga while Asa local Road its immense Coal and Iron Fields lying contiguous will give it when developed an immense amount of business. It will be a grand Success and at no Distant Day will Demaud a double track. Brooklyn letter. The Victory in thin state and its significance Ama ing feature of the local can Van go wait about the presidential c u nil let a Tea of 1880. Correspondence of the Star. Brooklyn n. Y., nov. 10. Now that the smoke of conflict has lifted from the let attle Field and the relative positions of the Conte Ling hosts Are describable it is possible to forecast with something like prophetic certainty the effect upon the future of the election of last tuesday the 4th. When senator a w Conkling said at the Saratoga convention on the 3d of last september a South of the Potomac there will be no contest a presidential election next year. Whoever May lie the democratic nominee every electoral vote in the South will he registered for him. This done but 47 electoral votes Are needed in All the Northern states from sea to sea. New York has 35 of these hoped for votes. New York thus stands in the forefront of great danger great responsibility and great Opportunity he uttered the keynote of the Campaign for both parties and a warning that becomes the Battle cry of the Republican politicians. It was with this motto a new Yorkus thirty five votes must be preserved a inscribed on their banners that the them and without receiving their Aid or countenance. Cras. talk. My i la strongest pressure from the South a Idie mrs. Howe asked John Clancy what she had better do with $1,000 in Gold Coin. He strongly advised her to Bury it in her cellar. She did so. Soon afterwards on looking to see if the treasure was Safe she found that it had been stolen. Having entrusted the secret to nobody except Clancy she naturally charged him with being the thief but there was no convicting proof against him. This happened at Lewiston me., fifteen years ago. Last week Clancy Lay on his death lied. With his last breath he gasped a dig in my cellar you la find a got of Ilis directions were followed and mrs. Howe a Gold came to Light Princess Louise arrived safely in England aft r a voyage which she greatly enjoyed. The sarmatian was not specially chartered to take Over the Princess As was the Case when the same vessel con vey gtd her and her husband to Canada a year ago and on embarking this time she expressed a wish that the Saloon should not be divided on her account. Accordingly it was not done but the Princess and Prince had a set of rooms appropriated to their use on the port Side of the ship and also a ladies Cabin. The Princess appeared on deck about three times during the voyage and on three occasions dined in the Saloon although at a separate table with the Cabin passengers. The Duchess of Montrose is picturesquely described by the London world As sitting on a three legged Stool in a Brilliant Peignoir and i it i a business like manner milking a Beautiful Alderney cow. The world goes on to say a a 1 he occurrence happened during the recent second october meeting at Newmarket whither the valuable cow in question for whom her Grace gave something like �100, was sent with special instructions As to feeding and milking during the journey. On being informed of its Safe arrival the Duchess sent a request to Aleck Taylor her husbands Trainer to have the cow milked at once but neither Taylor nor his head la Ltd was an fait at the business. Thereupon the Duchess who was in the midst of her toilet Hast Trio Universal i of or Giles Chambers journal a Roger Giles imperceptible Lenotra Tor Surgin parch Clarke &c., <fec., Romford Essex h informs lad is and gentlemen that he cuts their Teeth and draws corns without Waiten a moment. Blisters on the lowest terms and of sics at a Penny a piece. Sells god fathers cordial and strap ile and undertakes to keep any lad is Nales by the year and so on. Young Law pics and gentlemen tort the heart of ret being acid the grammar language in the latest manner also grate care taken to improve their morals and spelling sarm singing and Wisselink. Teaches the jew Sharp and instructs Young Ladis on the Gar tar and plays the Jio Bov. Shot Sli poker and All other rules tort at Home and abroad. A perfumery in All its branches. Sells All Stashi onary Barth bricks and All other sorts of sweetmeats including bees Wax Stamps and Lusi fers likewise tatars Roo bub sos sages and other Garden stuffs also fruits such As hard bake in guns toothpicks lie and tinware and other eatables. Sarve treacle Winegar and All other hard Ware. Further in particular he has Laid in a Stock of tripe Chi a Epsom salts lollipops and other Pickels such As oysters apples and table Beer also Silks satins and Hearthstone and All kinds of Kemistry including Wax dolls razors dutch clocks and Gridiron and new Laid eggs evry Day by me Roger Giles. P. S.�?1 lectures on a i a.  �--�?��-"11 or. Cameron dreamed when he was a boy that he would be massacred by indians at the age of forty seven. The same vision was repeated ten years later and with such vividness that every detail was left impressed upon his memory. He was at a ranch near Brule City Dakota a Short time ago when his forty seventh birth Day arrived. The place was alive with Friendly indians but he recollected his dream and their presence made him excessively nervous. He went to bed in trepidation and to his horror As he afterwards declared the room was exactly like the one of his dream. He fell asleep and promptly dreamed that the indians were scalping him. He bounded from the bed leaped from a window and fled temporarily insane. In the morning he was missed and a Large party of White men and indians went in search of him. It was three Days before they found him for lie hid whenever lie caught sight of an Indian and Only slowly recovered his senses. He was naked and nearly dead with hunger. A striking bust of or. John Ruskin is in his museum at Walkley. It was executed by an Artisan a Sheffield grinder who now grinds no More but is studying Art. Republicans on tuesday last went into Battle and conquered. Circumstances gave them naturally an ally in John Kelly who though acting independently created a division in the democratic ranks that robbed that party of something like 70,000 votes and enabled Alonzo b. Cornell to win by a plurality of about 40,000�?All the returns have not vet been tabulated. V pm the republicans Are masters also of both houses of the legislature by a Large majority in each and with one exception the results in this respect Are still in doubt it is believed that the entire state ticket is also elected by them. John Kelly who by the Way is a relative of the Cardinal a fact which was not without its weight with a Large class of voters is As you know the representative of tammany which Means opposition to Tilden. Arrayed against Tam Manv is governor Robinson and con Corning Robinson or. Kelly made the follow aug remarks in his speech accept the nomination of the tammany boaters from the democratic state convention a of course i done to expect to be elected governor. I have no such anticipation. I expect however to defeat a Man who has committed great outrages against the people of the county of new York. I expect to be Able to convince governor Robinson after lie has retired to private life great applause that lie has committed a grievous wrong a great wrong against the democratic party not Only in the county of new York but in every county of the state a applause etc., All of which referred to it the governors removal of the county clerk and police commissioners of new York City. Or. Kelly has certainly made his threat Good As witness in round numbers his vote in this City of 5,800 to 43,000 for Cornell and 31,000 for Robinson and in new York City of 42,000 to 45,000 for Cornell and 58s000 for Robinson. In my last letter i gave you some account of local issues and of the candidacy of or. Franklin Woodruff the Republican nominee for mayor and i think hinted that he would be Defeated and Defeated lie was by 8,1$9 votes Howell the democratic nominee beating him by 9,025. As 1,421 votes were cast for the Independent Flaherty Howells majority was reduced to 8,199. The overwhelming majority against Woodruff is attributable without doubt to the effect of Counselor a Shearman a speech at the Academy of music backed by the influential stand taken by the Union a Gus. Or. Woodruff is a wealthy Man and apparently spared not Money in the proper presentation of himself before the people. One of the Means resorted to was the parading of a huge stage through the streets. This vehicle was fully forty feet Long and being drawn by fourteen horses attracted much attention. On the outside were huge labels Bear or. Woodruff a name while within a brass band discoursed popular ing almost i Ouirk Affonin. A my Mother was afflicted a Long time with neuralgia and a Dull heavy inactive condition of the whole system headache nervous prostration and was almost helpless. No physicians or medicines did her any Good. Three months ago she began to use hop bitters with such Good effect that she seems and feels Young again although Over to years old. We think there is no Oiler Medicine fit to use in the ill ship Jed on a Peignoir and performed i a lady in Providence it. I. Lop airs such As selections from a Pinafore a a babies on our Block a amp a. The Day John Kelly was to appear at the Academy of music a Wagon went the rounds of the City bearing an announcement which through the bad spacing of the sign painters read a John Kelly will beat the Academy of music an amusing incident occurred the night before election in a court Street car. The car was full when suddenly the passengers were startled by a Boozy looking Man who occupied a double portion of the seat in one Corner Vulling out a a a Rah for Kelly a Rah for Kelly a the next moment catching sight of a Man Reading a Sun on the opposite Side of the car he called out a i say Hie Hadnot you Bezzer turn that a Hie paper Over. You be read enough Hie of that while the Reader of the Sun was glaring at him the conductor attracted by the noise approached. A i a Spose you want me to be quiet old boy Hie a said the fellow leering in a maudlin Way at the Man of the fare indicator. A Well i will but let me Tell you Hie that when i get Down to the i i City Hall Hie in a a going to get Oil your darned old coach like and Rah for Kelly and let Oil All my batteries Hie a True to his Promise the fellow kept still but when the Marble towers of the City Hall Hove in sight off lie got and from the Square came a howl that would have done credit to a Comanche a a a Rah for being a Republican i can say a a a Rah for Kelly a too since lie helped along the Republican party in i this Campaign though indirectly and i without entering into any Alliance with one nibble for to dirty your Anda half hours steady Fuhing. New York 8un,l it was a Bleak wintry Day with a fierce cold wind blowing and not a gleam of Sunshine out of the Leaden sky but Twenty three men and boys perched on the West thirteenth Street pier and a Barge alongside did no to seem to mind the weather much. Their eyes were watery their noses Blue their ears red their fingers numb and most of them kept up a gentle mechanical movement of their feet As though to constantly assure themselves that they still had those members. Each Man and boy was fishing and All were full of eager anxiety for a Lucky boy Over on the Barge had hauled up a Bass very nearly seven inches Long not More than two hours before within an hour a Man had had a nibble Aud every anglers soul thrilled with excited Hope that he might soon get a bite. A tall old Man with a Basket on his Arm looked on and encouraged the fishermen. A Tom Rooney of Greenwich Street caught a three Pound Bass Here two Wooks ago next Friday a said he. A there was a two Pound Bass took Here last wednesday a spoke up a Fisher. Three Young men hurriedly examined their baits and several More took u the cold rods they had temporarily Lai Down and in looped their lines from the reel handles to lie ready to play a big fish. A is this a Good place for fishing a asked a reporter. A in ii no not exactly what you May Call real Good though sometimes a Nice fish is caught Here a responded the old Man hesitatingly with the air of a Man who Tell a lie even about fishing. A but a he went on a there used to to Good fishing Here and its probably As Good yet if not a Little better than any of the other docks along Here. You see the tide sets in along this Side and sweeps right under this pier and then goes out from this Dock to the Channel and that brings the fish when there Are any right through Here. But there a nowhere about new York that the fishing is As Good As it used to remember the time Only a few years ago when you could catch Bass at the foot of West Twenty second Street at this season As fast As you could haul them up ii ones too. Now hardly any Are caught there. The sewer drives them a they done to mind the sewer a spoke up a Young Fisherman who looked As though he mind a sewer either. A fish doubt mind nothing. They aint afeard of a Row in the water for a in be cached Mem the South boats a coming into the slip Ai they done to mind a sewer for i be cached Mem right at the Mouth of the old Man waited with Calm dignity until the interrupter was silent and then he continued a Over on the Coal docks at Weehawken used to be a Good place too. That old Man you see a sitting there caught thirty seven pounds in one afternoon there a few years ago. I went Over last year had the Dock to myself All Day and never got a nibble. This year 1 would a t go. The Oil and chemical works have killed off Aud driven away the fish a complaint is made a remarked the reporter a that the East River fish Are so impregnated with Petroleum from the Oil refuse thrown into Newtown Creek that they Are not eatable when caught. Is that the Case Here a a Well a answered the old Man a they Are a Good Deal that Way but still you can eat Mem if you have a Good Deal of a pretty Strong sauce on Mem especially if you re at this Point one of the anglers excited the eager interest of the other Twenty two for by the Way he acted it was evident that lie Lead Liada nibble but in a few minutes he Laid his Rod right under the wheels of Barge. Several men offered suggestions and tried to help him by swinging the Cable but the result of which was the hopeless entanglement of the line. The reporter watched the Fishers for an hour and a half and in that time there was but one nibble already recorded. That equals one Many a fishing for thirty four and a half hours with Twenty three lines and say sixty nine Hooks for one nibble. About our folks. Things complimentary and otherwise which the newspapers arc saying. Down again with a Grunt of disgust and the explanation a Only a Sand a a they re a Good fish if you get Mem big enough to Cook a commented the Little old Man previously referred to As the Catcher of thirty seven pounds of fish in one Day at Weehawken. A that one was too Small to take the Hook did no to weigh More a half an ounce a growled the Man who had the nibble. A Well that a a Beetle too Small a assented the Friend of the Porgie. Here a Small boy came up with that Lazy lounging gait which always betrays the born Angler. In lieu of a Hook he had an infernal machine at the end of a string a thing with a multiplicity of Long Sharp brass claws set Back by a trigger and ready when the bait in the Center was touched to grab anything within a radius of several inches. A is that thing any Good a queried the reporter. A a it a Good to catch Lafayette. I never heard of any other sort of fish being took by it a replied the tall old Man with the beaded nose. A yes they is a exclaimed the boy indignantly a a in be cached mommies with it. A the Best time to catch mommies is at night a suggested another Fisherman a i got Twenty five Here the other a a me and my boy caught seventy seven Here one night Between dark and 12 of clock a couple of weeks ago a remarked the Man who had the nibble. A the Harlem River is the place for mommies a exploded a Gruff Man who had not before spoken. A i know a Man that caught a boat Load there one sunday a spoke up an nobody tried to Trump that trick. An uneasy Young Man kept constantly throwing out jigs line with a loud whirr of the reel and hauling it in again. A i can to get the right place a he complained. A a do be think the fish All lies in a Hole a demanded the irishman tempt Ousep. A a he la never make a Fisherman a commented the tall old Man. A the Liaina got no the irishman reeled in his line and started off saying that he was going Down to the Sand docks near the quartermasters department pier to try his Luck there. A German awkwardly threw his m line out so that Snells and sinkers were entangled about a Cable attached to the con Acari a Pantaloon. A curious Story comes from Western new York. In 1876 a Young Man named Freeman rented a farm near Wellsville Allegany county. He had worked on different farms in that part of the state enjoyed an excellent reputation and was known As a handsome being unmarried he hired a widow of Middle age to superintend his household affairs. A Nephew of this woman assisted Freeman with the farm work. In the summer of 1877 several burglaries were committed in the county. Among others a store was robbed and the goods were traced to Freeman a barn and found hidden there. Freeman was arrested and charged with being concerned in the burglary. He declared that he was innocent and few people who knew him believed him Tobe guilty. By the time his Case was ready for trial in october a speedy acquittal of Freeman was expected As circumstances pointed strongly to other persons As the criminals. But to the Surprise of the Community when Freeman was arraigned for trial he pleaded guilty to both counts of the indictment burglary and larceny. He broke Down entirely in making the plea and begged the court to be lenient with him. He was sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment in the Erie county Penitentiary and was put to work polishing buckles among a lot of hardened criminals. The Warden of the prison was Given notice by gov. Robinson in March 1878, that a petition had be n made for the Pardon of the prisoner we. Freeman and requested a report on the physical condition of the convict As is customary when a Pardon is to be considered. Or. Sisnock the prison physician proceeded to make the necessary examination of Freeman and in a few minutes reported to the Warden with the astonishing intelligence that the convict was a woman. The prisoner was removed at once to the woman set quarters. She begged that her Case would not lie made Public and told the following Story her name she said was Mary Ann Schafer and she was Twenty three years old. Her parents were German emigrants and she was born on the Ocean. Her father died soon after arriving in America and her Mother married again and removed to Albany county. When she was eleven years old her step father told her he could not support her any longer and that she most go away and earn her own living she worked As a servant in farm houses for a few months when she determined to disguise herself As a boy in order that she could find More remunerative employment. No one but her Mother knew of her intention. She went to a Distant part of the county for about two years did farm work and worked one season on the Erie canal. She then returned to the Vicinity of her Home where no one rec sized her. Under the name of William Freeman she worked in the Vicinity for ten years without Awakening any suspicion that she was not a Man. She joined the methodist Church in 1875, Aud had for several years longed to assume her True character but the wearing of menus clothing had become second nature to her and she was ashamed to make the change. In regard to the crime for which she was arrested and to which she pleaded guilty she declared that she was entirely innocent. The Nephew of the woman who was her housekeeper had committed the burglary and secreted the goods in the barn and had declared to her while she was in jail that unless she entered a plea of guilty she never would reach Home alive. She believed that the Nephew was a Man who would not pause at any crime and to save her life she pleaded guilty. When dressed in women a clothing Mary Schafer became a Fine looking woman but awkward from Long use of male attire and masculine labor. She was pardoned in the fall of 1878, and returned to Bradford pa., and obtained employment in a shoe store under her real name in proper attire. The Nephew whose threats made her a convict and led to the discovery of her secret escaped punishment by leaving the state. In the Spring of 1878 the merchant in whose store the burglary was committed disposed of Liis business and went to Limestone Cattaraugus county n. His business called him frequently to Bradford. He was a German and a Friend of the Man for whom Mary Ann Schafer worked. He met the Young woman at the store liked her and asked her to marry him. She accepted him and last week Thev became Man and wife. A ugly King. Temple bar one Day a peasant woman took a Basket of eggs to the House where the Royal party was lodged. At the door she met an individual who greeted her politely and on finding out her errand carried the Basket to the Kitchen which done he returned with a handful of Small coins. Emboldened by so much condescension the goad woman mustered up courage to mention her great desire to set eyes on the King Victor Emmanuel. A Why that a me a said the person with whom she was speaking. She looked at him scrutinize Melv then after some seconds of mute contemplation she exclaimed a ooh never you wont get me to believe that. Such a Sweet and Beautiful woman As the Queen would never have married a Man is the King for it was lie dismissed her with an extra piece of Money and proceeded in All haste to ask some peasants what was the meaning of is blurt. A so ugly a was the reply. Victor Emmanuel related this Small incident with the greatest gusto. Cou Rich j oum&1. A wittling dubs the a Paris of american that May be a Little rough on our fellow citizens Aero the River but still like unto the Swine of old. They Are possessed of a considerable multitude of devils which ought to be cast out. Garfield leads in the Ohio senatorial fight. Father Taft is in it too. Baltimore Gazette miss Lillie Darst the editor of their Cleville Ohio Herald probably will be made clerk of the Senate in that state. When she put in a claim for the office a few weeks ago there was considerable objection to her candidacy but she has election ered so effectively that now the chances Are said to be in her favor. Gov. Bishop of Ohio is not making much headway politically these Days but he has sued the Cincinnati Gazette for $60,000 damages for alleged libel and this will keep him before the Public. Indianapolis Sentinel is it possible the Cincinnati enquirer is becoming a Grant Organ Chicago Tribune Murat Halstead is spoken of in Ohio As judge Thurman a successor in the Senate. This announcement is made not on account of its being particularly interesting but for the reason that we want to have one of the Many paragraphs taken from this column by the commercial properly credited. Chicago times Deacon Smith a Grant May be expected to say your candidate i will not be. He will probably say it at Well hardly Ever. Or. Thurman a Solitude has been broken by a number of recent arrivals. Lafayette Diana tech this election business is a very simple one if one has the Means and the will to carry it out. The Active efforts of senator Thurman to secure the Best interest of the people conflicted with the welfare of the railroads. They went to work to Aid the republicans to carry Ohio so As to turn Thurman out of the United state Senate in order to get some one of a More pliable character in his place. I new York times. Ohio papers say that gov. Bishop has decided not to order a special election for senator in a District where the senator elect has died until he is officially notified that a vacancy exists and the question arises who has the authority to make such notification Baltimore Gazette. 1 for. E. Follansbee Noyes the wooden headed political stump howler who represents the government of the United states As minister to France is enjoying a visit to Turkey and Egypt. His salary meantime is regularly drawn. For thu Are we ministers. New York Tribune general Garfield thinks that of Tho question of turning Over the government to the solid South new York May be set Down As safely Republican for next year. That is so True that even democrats Are forced to admit it. Concerning presidential candidates Tho general does not regard Grant As Tho most available Man there being among other objections to him a Strong sentiment against a third term. Besides to does not believe Grant will be a candid ate or that he desires to lie. Voorhees a a peacemaker new York Star tammany Dan. Voorhees tendering advice to new Yorkus democracy is Assurance peculiarly Sublime. When Jere Black procured from a Petty court at Washington the discharge of the contumacious witness Hal let Kil Bourn whom the House of representatives had justly for refusing to surrender the books which would disclose the guilty secrets of the real estate Pool Dan. Voorhees aided him. When the real estate Pool ring Laid a plot to destroy or. Glover Voorhees appeared As its leading promoter. In the currency debates last year in Congress Voorhees exhibited himself As the loud and insolent assailant Aud slanderer of new York. The new York democracy will hear the suggestions of any True Democrat. But they do not care to hear Dan. Voorhees. A Story is told of a teacher who was talking to her scholars regarding the order of the higher beings. It was a very profitable subject and one in which they took an uncommon interest. She Tola them the Angels came first in perfection and when she asked them who came next and was readily answered by one boy a Man a she Felt encouraged to ask a what came next to Man a and Here a Little Shaver who was evidently smarting under defeat in the preceding question immediately distanced All competitors by promptly shouting out a this undershirt May am 1�?� even if we Are not smart we know Wlms to do when troubled with a cough or cold. No doctor Bills for us. We take Twenty five cents go to the nearest drug store and buy a bottle of or. Bulls cough syrup. One dose relieves us and one bottle cures us entirely. It is pleasant to the taste. Ayers Cherry pectoral the worlds great remedy for colds cough consumption and All affections of the lungs Ami Throat. No change of diet is required nor need any danger from exposure be feared when taking Maguiree a Cun Durango bitters. The Best liver invigorate or blood purifier system renovator and malaria preventive is Maguiree a Cun Durango bitters. It purges the bowels Well and removes All Fec Lent matter. There is no difference of opinion those who have tested Ponds ext thousands both in the United states a Europe unite in giving this remedy highest Praise As a curative agent Power in arresting inflammatory disease almost miraculous never failing to a the grateful admiration of the afflicted can be said of this great remedy that it never injure the most sensitive or Deli organism. Send for a Little Book of a ulars to Ponds extract company Maiden Lane n. Beware of imitate Noll Ltd amp a Samuel it. Jami Chew Jack soul a Best Sweet Navato Cacob

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