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The Daily News (Newspaper) - January 5, 1882, Joliet, Illinois mu í^ssf: -’fe lOLlET. ILL, THURSDAY. JANUARY 5.-1882. PRÍCE onr:iT?r»Ww. CIRobl-.A^oí?~THAlSr A3k.31. OTHER T^Al- ^ PAFEH-SfTN- JOLTrg'TT COMBIMSP. fe Uythái heard conaiderahle aboui the rls have of sitting on one leg. It jy bad habit^ particularly if the sn’t belong to the young lady.— FreeTrmpr, jfthen our girls like it and so do ¡ faot 'we fed as if all the honey, und roaple syrup had been spread oUr lungs when she. brushes her isfr trarfttce anti says, Oj Qeorgé} And as her gentle voice flies Our ears we hear, “Joliet, 0 Joliet can we leave thee." WISDOM BY WIRE. »^he French guests at Yorktown sailed from New York.    \ tbd] % Mc>^U«ht«n-M« Kby. 'Last ^^veningt om the winter sun was ting, the plea.sant bells rang out for the marriagd'* of Que ‘of ^ Joliet’s fair daughters, Miss Lizzie Murphy to’Ito. ^i^JlBues McNaugliten, of Chicago, Charm-ing 'daughters have Joliet’s citizens, ready to be mated, and make happy the hemes- of honest men, and here we chronical another 8 departure. The service wm performed by the Rev. Father Burke of St. Mary’s Church, at 7 o’clock, in the presence of many friends of the family. Strict were the injunctions given to the wedded pair by Father Burke, and if they foUow his directions of lasr»ight, their life wilt always be happyT^ruMhey will never have cause to repent the 4th day of January 1^82. Miss Katie Murphy, sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. John' ^'fflKhoney, of Chicagofbrother-in-law Of McNaughten, flUed the post of groomsman lis an admirable style. klter the wedding a reception was given at the house of the bride’s parents, on Second Ayenue, in which many ' friends participated, among ^hem were líei8r8. T 1. Maho5%, C. McDoBough, J, Inwards, R. ^Sheppard and Wm. DoJland, of Chicago. The present were rich and numerous, as the following list shows; > Mr. and Mrs, James Killian, pickle castor; Mr. and Mrs. P. Murphy^pair of pillows; Mr. and Mrs. B. Deigman, box of cigars; silver spoon holder: Miss A* r lea spoon, Miss M. Faulkner, set silver lea spoon, K«uney, tidy; Mr. and Mrs. Wm Lowery, ^ set^ silver fruit plates; Mr. and Mrs. P. ~ 'Lowery, majolica^ pitcher; Miss McEl-,henny, two majolica pitchers; Miss Stapleton, two Japanese brackets;^i88 ^ M. Cnff, I vases; P. C. Mullins^^ickle castor; Mr. and Mra. R.    table spread; Thomas Minahaii, sR^r castor; Mrs. and Mrs. table linen; ^Mr. J- Daily, handsome rocker; Mr.y^and Mrs* S, P. McCowllff, pickle cast(y; Mrs. J. Murphy "bhttelf knife; Mr. ^d Mrs. A. Staple, mustard and spoopfs; George T. Ganley, toilet set; ¿amos/J’Neil, set knives and forks; Thouia^éarry, pickle caster; John Deiguan', silver butter disli; M. Picket, silver cakeAaisket; Mr. and Mrs. P. Fog- ■.ir* singer A MUSEUM Yellow fever has seized the laborers on the Panama canal. Peter Joro, 101 years old^ died from exposure near Fond du Lac, Wis. Hou. John P. Healy, corporation conn-selbf the city of Boston j is dead. * Hon. John C. New, of Indiana, lias been tendered the Russian mission, Arthur H. Bissell, a nephew of Senator Ferry, died at Norwalk, Conn., yesterday.    ~ Thirty thousand ^dollars’ worfe of smuggled opium was Captured in San Francisco bay. The bark Josie Troop, from Trapani for Gloucester, has been out eighty-thr<^ days. ^    ^ The captain and crew of a Bucksport schooner were rescued offyGlouc^der, Mass., but the vessel w'as loa\ The‘ explosion of a can of dynamite npar Point Douglas, Minn., killeii^one man and wounded two others. At Wheeling, V. Va., carrie Whiting, aged 18, was standing before a grate when her clothing took fire ahd she death,^ T ^ erty,set kilver tea spoons; Mrs. D. Wise, elegantiomp; Miss M. Noonan, Channa-hoiij^lver butter dish: Mr. and Mrs. J. 0’!^, lamp; P. Fogerty, broom with Mbs nob on end: Mrs. T.Murphy, moth-2of bnde, pair pillow's;,.NelUe^Murphy> rofa cushion; Theresa Murphy; s^ glass goblets; Katie Muriihy» bridesuiidd, pair silver napkin rings; Groom, set of pearl and gold jewelry-    -    ! i One of the presents ccmtaiaed a little injunctions as follow’s: Thif little gift acci'pt    me; , . U’b use I would'^owniefld In ennshice use the hru»hy side, Ir storm the other,end. After an elegant supper, the happy pair started for a wedding trip to 8t. Louis amidst a storm of old slioes Gtx)d luck little girl; good luck old man.' FULL STUCK. Those anticipating the purchase of sewing machines or pianos and organs, will find a complete stock of every grade at Merer & Co,*s, No. B South Ouawa street. Open day and night, admission free at the Name Store, 22 Chicago Street, First Door South of Stone City Bank. ‘ WATER RENTS. Water takers are hereby notified that their rent, for the month of December, is now due. They will please call at the office of the Company, No. 4, South Ottawa Street, mid pay the same. , Jko. McEvoy, Superintendent. W7t2    .    . r ARTISTIC ‘PHOTOS. Severn; the artist, is making a line of photos, that for style of finish and elegance, are. not surpassed by Chicago ailSsts. Call at 45 Jefferson Street, up-sbdrs. CRIMES CORNER at John Toohey ihot and killed his wife St. Paul, Minn., in a drunken rage \ Mrs. Edward D. Leath^rman, of Watse-^ ka, 111., eloped with David German, fourteen years her junior,^. The train-wreckers, Emanuel Evans Nilhaniel Lewii, and John JShau^hnessy were eoHifi.itted to jail at Youn^own, O., to aWait the action of the grapd jury, Col. Ross, confidence operator working C. B. & Q. train was airf^ted last night in Chicago and fined ^ this morning. A burglar nanpied Williams was arrested last night wlplé going through McGill’s 13 South Curtis street, Chicago. Theié wer^ 910 inquests held in ^icagp duriág the year of which forty-one were for ^urder. I    ANÍÍUAL SALE. T. J. Kelly announces his regular annual closing sale of odds and ends, in the dw goods une. Shawls Blankets noted^leclally low, ^4 all winter are offered at a di^ount. See bargain youi'seli. .*<1-  _______ WARRANTED GOOP»: A Adler, 79 Jefferson ■ Street, oJ-te.d Boots and Shoee at low mteel Salomen, pomplete and blishmeut. IfUSICAL. Mota», lately a Chicago, will giye in nentnl JW’wtic to thoée Further infor-by callingjkl'< A WAfiHiNWON, Jan. 4.—fiipecial] In the trial of Giiiteau, the assassin, yesterday Dr. Gray's examination was continued He testified that in conversation with Guiteaii in the jail he assassin had stated that he had heard of the has© of Law rence, who attempted to assassinate Gen Jackson, and who acted at his trial very npich, as Gditeau ha<^ Judge Porter is ■anguine that the prosecution w ill sue ceed, and that the man who murdered President Garfield will he hanged Guitoun’fi brother believCs the cast' |is ho¡)ele8B, and that the prisoner will be convictt'd, sentenced, and hanged with iu the month. Oh, hang him, and don’t bother any moré. We have our clogs ready to dance while he is being hung.—(Ei>’s Comments.] ^ Thanlcs. Mr. Moehlenjpah, father .of Fred. H. who died on Mohday, is desirotu} of extending his thanks to his many friends who were kind to his son during his ill-neas and who extended their sympathy afterwards. ’Tis pleasant to have friends in time of need, when the clouds of sorrow hide the sun. Victoria Stinson has just receivl^ $60, in Toronto, because she ha opened to be born in a military barrack at Aldershot, ngland, while Queen Vlfctoria was vts-iting the buildifig. Her Majesty nanaed the baby after herself, and deposited $25 n a bank, to be paid to hefat the age of twenty-one. The principal and interest lave now been paid.    ~    , Teinperanc*» TitUnffn, The Father Mathew Total Abstinance and Benevolent Society, has the following officers,: President—Bernard Burns. Vice President—J. P. Muri)hy. Recording Secretary—James McCabe. Financial Secrctary--Jereniiah Cjfeigh-ton.    ' TiriiStéés-^ames Morrisey, Peter CoD lins and E. Daley. Second Avenue Brlda«-There la great need of a new bridge to take toe place of the so-milled tramway, known to the gfeneral pnbUc as the ecohd Avenue bridge, and which allows people to cross over the great historical stream called Hickory Creek. Thi^ bridge is greatly used and is a nece^y to Joliet. The middle pier of the/bridge took adumble last spring, and left the bridge pendant on a few reiptíining stay¿ There may be a hug^ Show storm and fresheC before long ip case Venor’s prediction comes trp^ and then if the ice starts there will be no bridge. It will be advisablpior the authorities to look into this mAitoi* at once as there are many/éompíiaints. The charge that Jeff Davis "sequester-, ed” a large amount of j^ld and silver belonging to the confedewicy seems to be whoily dii^ven by the statement^of rebel generals, though as yet no fouoh-ers have been exhibited and nobody it positive as to just what was done with the stuff. The eiiver wras paid out to troops, b^t the gold is still unaccounted for, and it would seem to be a good idea for some of the head confederates to go through their old army^iclothes and see what is in the jpcwkets.^ Anybody is liable to átoW“ away tóree wagon loads o; gold in his vest pocket, ’ and hang it away in a closet and never think of it again.—PccÁi’s Sm, Chicaso The four tough men of the Chiengu police force visited Joiiet last night ant remained until to-day, when they took the train for Chicago. They consisted of Messrs. J. E? Mahoney, the quiet but w’atchful guardian of the tramps retreat commonly called tlié Armory: R. Sliep parti, who is the Cupid of the police force; J. J. Edwards, well-kuowu as the “Terror of the Levee,” and who eats nothing but bullets served with dirk knives, and Willie Dollard, the .idouis of the McGarigle treasures. The boys came down to attend a matter of business, and, having finished, spent M night ^ quietly sleeping in the city jail, which resembled a field of battle, their lond snoring sounding like the cannon in war. After the trial, this morning, in which it was proven that thoy were neither drunk or disorderly, w’er© let go and told never to do so again. They then visited the Peniteutiary, and, though ask^ to remain, concluded to visit with| Chief Hanna, who, with a part of hiA- ft)roe, accompanied these blod, bad men to the traiu with an hour’s notice te quit. Come baelt again, boys, and you wjlf bo troot|‘d about the samé; we know’ how it is, but yom^'ilioiild never have mad© love to Jolmt’ft fair daughters if you did not w’ant to .rouse the ire ofdhe boys here.    X New Bailding. To-day woi-k was commenced in cleaning out the debris'^ laying south of the postofllce on Ottawa street and preparations oommcnced for toe building oí a new three story ffont building iu place •f to© shanties and barrells. which for so long a time occupie^ this space, much to the disgust of the p^ple in the neigh-, borhood. There is aW^ability that the norto^t edroér of Jeffpreon and Ottawa will be similiarly adorned" with a building of soriie style in a very short time. There are great demands for good stores and offices in Joliet and persons build-inf ©to sure to reap a ¡good tnveefrnent Tor their money. The applicants for the future stores of ICr. Eiwood al comber eeTenieen »tobaildtm Capitalifts. now Joliel, while b way. The humorist of the Eawk.Eyt, Bob Burdette, feeling in a penitential mood, stands op in meetiag and accuses himself as follows; I accuse^myself of various and numer-ousJaults. I accuse myself of a love of ^ease. I accuse myself of a hatred of work. I confess that I have a good voice for sleep. I accuse myself of throw’ing a quart of ink and a box of pens iiito|he Susiiu hannah river. “ I accuse myself for wishing those were all the pens and that was all the ink in the w’orld. I accuse myself of siicnding all my postage stamps for cigars. I accuse myself of wanting to be cash icE of a Newark national bank for about 15 minutes.    ’ That is the kind of a duck I am ghostly Jiawk‘Eif(\ but Lpromise to do-better. „ I promise myself that every day. I make more promises in half an hour than I can keep in ten years. I can’t imagine where all my promises go. I can’t keep them, but I am positive nobody else takes them. A strungt'r may sometimes, but he never does it again.    -    / So no more at present, The Rev. Dr. Spurgeon says in a sermon on family pride: “Remember, my friends, that we are aU descended íipiá common gardener, who was /given what Is termed “the sack,’ '*jbjí4 h© bad to hoe toe steps lively^qulwt, when he was driven put of peí garden. Bat la Joliet there are confined men who can go furpef back for anoesters than kñam/ They take the devil for iheii'saud he was befóte Adam. H© was rioaarter than Ad. and at the same time put up a job on him, and gave him a Stine fence to drink, got him sp drunk that if he had been here he woiild got 30 days in the Bridew ell. 19e; «rtmefit LUtpf PubiUt Scliooli. The following list oí nanics of pupils of toe school who are tlererving of credit for last month. Joliet h»f good solid future in view when the iianup/ of so nuujy/ ajqieartmt they should be more numorhus. It is time for those wljose nameMfi^ u*>t oh the list to make a stroug-^ompt to get there, and, for those    ahcady there we must say, ‘*N©véí* give up the ship,” and let all recoliectthat tWe is a future and that IMhéy would climb to the top of Uie ladder of life they must commence early to put their foot on the lower rounds an4 gain strength by so doing tS carry them to the top. Boys there is always room at tl.e top. Trutht gives the following editorial' which may brighten the pathway of some pfour-’boys-:,;^    ' - X As each year breaks the/holiday season wanesjaiid youth is sturred anew t^ high ideavor. Under no other flagon no other hue, subject tp no other government, has manhood t|^e;universal chance for every- cli Week of Prayer service The auditorium of the Firsi^ Baptist Church, Comer of Scott and VanBuren Streets, was about half full last evening, and the subject "Prayer fpi Churches" met with a hearty responae from those present.'”Bev. Mr. J. W. Conley, the pastor, was to have preached iu Brooklyn last evening, but there being no service there, he came to Church just after Deacon J. E. Bush had commenced to lead, and was heartily welcomed to his accustomed place. The text was taken from toé\,Siith Ghapt» of Corinthians, and was Paul’s instnictions as to the Churches. There was one good feature about toe erening’s service, and that was that there was no time wasted by intervals of silence. All seemed to have toefr place to offtr prayer or to make good remarks, and she cogs seem Jo fit each other, and as they^fided easiiy along toe Angel of the Lord seemed to tell them time and subject. This evening the meetings in churches will be held as usual, Mid the subject for to-night will be “Prayer for the young and aULagencies for Christian training. J.,1..«A,R. B. ^ All the shares of stock in the Joliot, Loekport A Aurora Road are subscribed with the exception of eight, and these will be taken to-day. The stockholders at the present time are J. B. Ruff, C. B. Garasey, A. F. Knox, C. C. Moody, H. A. Sanger, J. Winterbotham, A. F. Mathers, J. G. Elwood, and M. Alexander. _Notice of elfection of otfici'rs will l)e Aentout to-day, after which an iiitervul Of ten days must take plac' prior to tlie election. As last heard from, Mr. El-wood will probably be the President. This road is no farce, though some of the so-called newspapers of Joliet are anxious to make it out so, tho gh; not daring openly to declare their opinions. Let them kick, however; we are going to liave a road to Aurora iu less than a year. Work of coustracUOn is going on rapidly and all things are tending to make the railroad a surity. thing that goes to make man’s estate worth having, that it has in the Vnltofi States. Never since toe close of the Revolutionary John Erne Lena E AnrniTSchraulT ary Sclmlti Lizzie ¡schweitle Wa Dalbins 3nO W.ARD, Theodore Ehe», Ulaira Ei;He ' Katie Louise S*'hwiy.lle iMary Da’mios " Lizzie Sfriiz. ^ Xumbci lu Dt pa. tílíOikt, 68. EAST .-IDE I'UtyiAllY. Ada Futrill .    Rfeie    House Nellie ToUhey Bertha Burgess (irace Simpson Ida Dund^ Jennie K6rr' Lbuisá Scheiner '^tira Goetchel Jennie Siilhvan Annie Knutson Allen Bennett Willie Lee Willie Maher Alfred I'iarwin W iliie Bishop Annie Gross George McKenzie Fred Fruman Bertie Themes James Henry Willie McDonald. Number iiiDepartment, 327. 5xn wAJiD. Clara Pe«i_ Lena Beech Marion Ml'Ukss Maude I>&'wi*fcy Nellie F'-gerty Dollie Addin^u Emma Nagle Maria Knodés John Beck Lewis Watson Jennie Allen Frank navei*siaUl Alfred Winte ^ Chai U© l|o\’yk Harry MeCrea Robert Frumari Matthew Mctorni Robbie Lee Goen Knutson war has so auspicious a year dawned upon this continent as that which »s ushered in to-day. To talk of the ‘oppressed peoples of the Old World” has become aluTost cant yet tlie experience of each successive year L©aches us that in no other country of tlm g|obe have the common people so mucli Ho congratulate themseives" upon as ip this. The triumph of popular government has been assur^fi in the United States these fifty years. Neither the war of the Rebellion nor the assassination of two Presidents shook the fonndations of our political system. In toe prophetic words of the greatest Americans, “Government of the people^ for the people, and by the people,” bft not been allowed to perish .from the face of the earth. It would be idle, indedd, to deny that the tragic event of July gave rise for a time to the gravest apprehensions, but these appi^hensions passed when the elected representatives of the people as-sunfed ibeir eof^Htional duties, and today it is not too much to say that the Republic rests upon a safer, a surer, a sounder basis than eyer before. Names of pupils in the Joliet Public Schools who w’ere neithe^tardy nor absent during month ending Dec. 23d 1S81. ^ HIGH SCHOOL. Jennie Davison Annie Gray. Ella Daly Inez Paige The following were lUO in Deportment. Cora Barber ^ ' Allie Coia; / ' Lizzie Brjrley Fanu^Jiorrisey Allen Davison Fl ank Bui ton iviife . m Belle DevB EllaDqh Katie Ingrahm John Collins Warren Ingrahm \^ alter Warwick John McGowan May Chidn«3y Fannie Blazer Maggie Clare ^ May BUrgen Kate Fanning Tilda Jaun Kate Dolan ilia Boweu Emily Adler Frank lierbeit'' John Mcrrisu# Robert Spears Cbrhellus Reilly > Frank Uielly * <,r. Arthur Crane' Charlie Devine Thomas Cannon Chas Uas-sady Peter Burke Willie Clare. Number in Department, 230. 7th ward. Alice Brackenridge Emma CronmlUcr Lizzie WTiite Lillie Searles Allie Cope Mattie McDongalJ A Loudon imper requests farmers to note the fact that the Irish Beveltttion-ary party in America has been collecting Colorailo beetles, which are intended for exportation to Eagland, where they are to be let Iqose for the pui’pose of preying upon English crops. Major Robert Mann ’llToods, Esq., struck a new selreme, one of great importance to the fair portion of the stronger sex. Hereafter w’hen the young men of Joliet go calling it will b'e so nice to find their names in the paper the next morniifgTnst like the girL who re-peive thwrn. And again w hen they go to a pariy how too aw’fuUy sweet it will l>e toread Mr. Oscai- Smailhy unaccompanied by his mama was -at the reception last nigjit. He was becomingly dresstsl ilia black broadcloth coat, cut a la princess. lined with white silk and with black buttons,* his pants were quite noticeable, as they were cut de la hoop la, open ot the bottom from which peeped the prettiest little patent cpwtoide leather booties with lace tic» at the top. His cravatwas certainly one of the finest in toe parlor, being of pure silk with stand-ÍJJÍÍ eoRar; his shirt front was adorped with á pretty button from Worth’s made of white pearl and moffntod with sewing silk. His watch chain was “real rolled plate warranted, this kind 97c,” ^d his fair hair was adorned with a sweét d^liaiotts real parting on toe ride. 0! wiiht la it hot tobe flí'jenkinst 01 ohi Dof the j .gitiUemeu ol JoUet like Feitivities The home of Mr. B. Brudy, in Troy, was invaded last evening by a imnibcr of meriy young folks from Joliet, wlib took out Jerry Boos to give the dance the ringing applause and time of his violin. Among those present were Frank Lingdon and wife; John Jenkins and and Miss Katie Shaefer; Peter Baunon and Miss Maggie Murpny,. and James Jenkins and Miss Annie Burke. Horse Buvert* Horns. The monthly horse fair was held yesterday, and was attended with great suc-eess. A large crowd of peoide jgat hered near the Bush elevator and quit© aTair Í?) trade was carried on. This is the market for those who have good animals, and for those who wish to buy anything from a Romey to a trotter. Anna Belden LizzieJlnbb Jennie Ham ill ’Agnes Murs Hannah Murphy John Palnier Bennie ElHngson Katie Fay Lulu Fries L Mary Glascock * May Homister Gertie Ingersoll Annie Leimbacher Mabel Mtley Carrie Shaffner _ Kosie Scahill Laura Dittriek George Crellin George ErR John Glasscock Charlie Linnbacher Eddie Martin, Charlie Soule Clarence Wilsop. Eddie Yunker" Burdette Edyell Kate Fries Belle Flack Daisy Gregg Ida Homister Ella Keat^ Ida Leímüaelier Cora Sans Annie Shelley Susie Schott > * Hu^h Caplantz ^ ^ Adam Deitz Dwight Goodspeed' Lyman Glasscock Charfie Martin GFauf McCo%’iaa Dean.Sc arles Miner Woods Harry Bose Erie EiicsoUh.. Carl Eric^ Number in Department, 258. ROLLING MILT. SCHOOL. Number in D^artmint (JO. WEST SIDE GR.VMMAR. Hattie Adams Margaret Parks Jennie Blackburn Emma Barber Sarah Carpenter Bessie Gunn Jennie Gray Ada Howard Jennie Johnson 'Dora Mack Emma McDade Archie Puffer Joseph Thayer. Nellie Patterson Emma Patterson Libbie Patteisou Neillena Taylor Siella Titswórth Bertha Yahn Emma Magei Jennie Macjc George Mack Willie Pease ' lillie 0!>ermau Mary Cion in Mamie Webb Annie Hardie Mary Cooper Janies Woods David Rivers James Cooper Willie Kobiiisou Albert Bennett John McGowan Laura Seyimmr Nellie J.,augdon Mary 4'iiliams Jane Cooper Annie Cooi>er Casjx-r Gootcl'tíl John Bough .John itouuu! i.r ’\Viliie Ri\eii Thomas Comsay Willie Saley. Number in Department, 215. —, on Eastern avenue, has sent to borrow my bonuet, aud I don'f want to loan it to her. What me.'isage Number in I)epartment, 74 east SIDE ORAMUAR. to^kim itir ,,,,4. fasliionahle Frencbman became en-gtgeii klely to a girl who was reputed to have a considerable fortune, but when the dot came to he.discussed among lawyers lie found to his disgust that it consisted chiefly of a choice collection of Egyptian^ mum mies, bcqui'athed to her- by a father'who was a devotovi Egyptologist. It was -sug-. gestedtothe disappointed ,suitor tJiat he would realize a splendid income by traveling ipuhd ajffi Exhibiting tlie property^ but "be diun’t seem to see it, and the^jady has ticafied.' / ^    W» r    Money    Oifder    OtHoe#;    ,    " “ihe Postofllce rcpwt the admission, luto tlw Money,.4>raer Exchangrbl the International Postal Union of the following exchange offices: Basle, Swltzbr-. land; Sidney^ New Soath Wales, Melbourne, Victoria, Aukland, New Zeriimd and Kingston, Jamaica. Persons having friends living in these countries can noW send Ghriitoas pr^nls to bY iBkd. May Addington Minnie Bisliop —-EllAGrellin^ Annie Fanning Mary IRcruer Rosa Millen Francis Sheldon Katie White Lawrence Abbott Robert Devine Arthur Hodgdon Alnion Lewis .James I.*ee Henry Oberinan Everett Shaw John Sonle *    ^ Harry Woodruff Without ^absent Or Lizzie Barnes Isabel Bausar Mabel Dillman Dolly Dillman Fannie Glasscock Gertie Seddie Edith Pettigrew Estlier Wallace Ella Wallace Gilbert Bowen Eddie Gi*een ,K)hn Klemme Eddie I.any /> Robbie Mack IJncoln Rutledge peiiry Sawyer Joseph Wallace tardy during entua term; Eddie Lany    Gilbeit Bowers Harr)- Woodiufl ' v-Mabel Dillman. Number In Department, 107J WEST vSIDE.LNTERSIEDIATE. May Arnold . Beula Bearss Imcy BeckwlB‘ BarbaiaEngUr Maud Hill Marinda Relnhanlt Annie Willis Freddie Alfrick Frank DeLong Willie Holob Herbert Sammons Maude Coplantz Annie Faye ' Nettie Miller Miuiiie Stock ’ Lena Yalm Artbur Bush George Dobson Herman Pasold (ieorge Vance. Nuniber jn Depailment, <i2. WEST SIKK PqiMARY. Lena Stock . ' Qbua Cop’.antz Alice Voqrbls Lilly Arookf^ Hannah Burke Amy» Butler Seafy Paige no Gertie Delong Sadie HajTls Jennie Hersbbei-ger Otto Blood George Bremen Frank Holub MoHie Martin— tondby Ojpe George Pasold WlJUe Burns Aagie, Moran HSgrj^oodriiff FlOTaT*asold Mary Gifford Grace Delong Ida Stock Mattie Osl^rn Fridolf Hanson Bertie Arnold George Eder Don Mateer Albert Kinson Frsuk Mateer Edward Butler WllUe Vuga. Vrheeieir Aitlriir Sammons 0|iSTBe J Hiuabw: j» llribiliB shall I returnsaid the lady to her husband. The reply was clear and prompt: "Teil her she has your good will, but cannot have your fixtures. ” . A Second Avenue lady sent out for a litths batter from a friend, and when she got a comb full of old hair and a jwund of yellow lard marked “Dairy Bnttorj” she kicked and now neither will, borrow anything more—and wish they ivere dead.    r Noah Webster onco found hinmslf in Baltimore v^'ithout a red cent in pocketf He startetia singing-s<^ money enough to |tiO^ Siich is the liistorieal i»|f| at great length by the Balti-erican. A man in Joliel found broke last Sunday, started ft game of ^ker, and now has $10 left af-tor paying for drinks. Beat Ihal ifyo>»; can. ’I'bere is no need oí ineutionin^ 3aises but we can prove it. QrantlJury JotMt.    f The Grand iury are bard at work thi$ : soon Boston set fort mbro l^mflelf morning, but w’ill nof ilivulge whal to«^ are houdliug, as the Judge has told tbj they will be fined for coj tempt of courtil The Jury is a first cla^s b >dj oí and will return a number of thafwiU stick and they emoiigh work to do^-^ They will probubl ad j ^urn ByBatui^lay. The sudden (|e^ of Michael bl who lives at 192^ |;astem Avenme^ nounoed. He hM been rick short time, and on Wedneedsy aitout 2 o’clock, he breathed hffr The tronble toat preyed n\yfm Blight’s disease d the Hr. 8iqan was 49 ymn ^ well-kjtowu all over Will Icávekáirile Ed. Kefly, Bosnctrs, lamflfti eldeMbriMffi 'mi "

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