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THE OHIOAGO EAGLE.
State Central Committee.
Chairman J. It. Clark.
Secretary T. N. Jamlcton.
Treaaorcr K. O. Kettn. .
J At Large-Edwatd II. Mortis, Chicago: Iloat
en Singleton, Decatur.
1 T.N'. Jamison, Chlcnao
Z Jatnea Ij. Monagnan, Chicago
I James II. llurke, Cblciiio
James l'casc, Chicago
1 W. H. Frailer, Aurora
Oeo. 8. Hotter, llockrord
I J, EVutler, Merllna
S Tuo. C. r'ullerton, Ottawa
J. II. Wilson. Hickman
to l.C. Kird.. l'eorla
11 ...V. II, Mainline Macomb
3 A. I'. Urnut, Wltichontor
3...,,,.. Lincoln Unbolt, Hi rliwrlcld
W. F. Calhoun. Decjtur
1 James 11. Clark. Mattuun
le .....A. It. Jono, lotilnou
1? D. M. Clark, Vandalta
IS J. 1). Mcailck, Kant St, l.ouls
lv.... Jamcn . Martin. Halcm
W. C. S. llhca, JUriuu
Chairman Dclos 1'. Phelps.
Hecietary Tlioo. Nclmiu.
Treanurcr V. II. Ilrluton.
At Larue Dcloa 1'. I'ticlp, Monmouth: 8am
el II. Chac. Chloaiu: J. r. Mahony, chlcacui
Tbomaa Oalian. Chicago: 1. C. II lev. Juliet:
Frank Klarcll. Mt. t.nrmel: V. J. lfrodcrick,
Eaat St. LuuU.
1 John 1. I.clondcckcr, Chlcairo
3 WlltUm.l. O'Brien, Clilorco
...W..F. Mnliuny CMeniM
John F. O'Mallcy, Chicago
(...,,.,, .1), .1, iiuimn, Dcticra
Cliarlca Xlrman. i'reopott
T U. C. Johnson, Sterling
8 Dmlcl llccnau, Mrcutor
t Klwin llctrd. Wntseka
10 Krnnk J. Uiunn. l'corla
11 J. W. Cotter, lluck lalnnd
IJ ,.,., : ' lnn. 1'lttatlcld
1 V.m. T. nndi-iiir. Talorvllle
It Thcodure Ne'acn, i'tilingo
1 V. II. Ilrluton, Tuscola
M W. f. Hock. Olncv
11 John It. Ilakcr. Hulliv.n
U Lucas lfeliTenbcrgr. Alton
1 Vnlt'r Wntoi, Mt. Vcmou
to W. M. llarr, CarLcodalo
Deniocrmlr Ontl Coiiuulttri-.
(Ctt and Count)
Chairman John MiUltlcn.
Secretary Jan.ce C. btraln.
L Michael Kenna ,
John V. I.elndrckcr.,
B, John McCarthy
Edward 1'onsonby.. ,
MIS. Clark st
IJ.U Mlchlsan are
..Itrti Dearborn at
COL. A. J. BRACHTENDORF,
Regular Democratic Candidate for Alderman 21st Ward.
Tso better cjndldato for Alderman
than Anton J. Brachtcndorf could
have been selectcd,and the Democrats
of thoTwcnty-llrst Ward must bo con
gratulated upon having him for their
standard-bearer. Mr. Brachtondorf
Is t Gorman-American. Ho Is Ger
man bv birth nnd American by tho
double right of adoption and of serv
ice, for at the ago of IS ho Joined tho
Union army and went to tho front.
War was no more parade with him,
for ho was whero tho bullets flew
thlckeit and gavo of his own blood.
Young Brachtcndorf served three
years and took part in several engage
ments. He was wounded In his right
leg at Guntown, Miss., and, thus
disabled, captured and held prisoner
for nine months. Aiiart from this
patriotic Incident, Mr. Brachten
dorl's career has been that of
a simple, straightforward man of
business, who has won.succcss by dint
of hard work. Ho was born In Ger
many In 1844, and came to thlscoun
try two years later, his parents at
once locating In Chicago. Ho ro.
eelved a sound public school educa
tion, and at the ago of Ifl mado his
first start In life as a Journeyman
cooper. Two years later, as wo have
already noted, he enrolled himself
under the star-spangled banner, fight
ing bravely for tho Union. At tho
conclusion of tho war ho returned to
Chicago, engaging onco more In tho
coopering business, shortly adding
painting. Then ho assisted his father
In his grocery. Twelve years ago .Mr,
Brachtendorf engaged In
buslnefs, to whlcli, some eight years
later, he added undertaking. He and
his family have always lived on
tho North Side, and all tho time,
practically, InthoTv.onty-flrst Ward.
Anton J. Brachtcndorf has been a
Democrat as long as ho can remem
ber, and an active member of tho
JV. .'1C.1V1II ,
4. F. W. Walker '.midland boulevard
l'atrlck White ai Indian i nvc
I. M. Flannlcan GMThlrtv-flrst at
James Daley alii . llalttcd at
f, W. J. O'llrlcn
....Analo-Am. l'ror. Co.. U. 8. Yards
1. Clits. Mulhrandou a:l ri, Canal at
m. Carmody .,;. Halatcdat
B. Win. Writer I Nineteenth i'aji
IMward 1'rlnilevlllc I Margaret st
0. 'lhomas t'itack, ,,,,.....,. ,?i llttectith st
Wm. II. Dunu 1 W. Klcventhat
10. Hugh Cnrrnn 459 Hastings at
John.!. Cnlftrton ..till Ogdtn nvc
11. Win. Nugent tea w. Itandolnh st.
M. C. McDonild Wl Secutlty bulldlmr.
12. John Lonir Ml S. Lincoln st
Thomas Mulrooncy l'WJ Congress st,
13. l'atrlck J. Donahue I llroomst.
Dennis cotisldlno lwi Fulton st.
11, JojepliH. scliwaij STUN, llojncave.
W.J, McN'amcn :il7 N. ltoher st.
13. . 8. llrcncr 7J Humboldt I'aikblvd.
Jol.n I'ltnlmmoui U7s X. Leavltt st.
10. Stanley If. Kutir (5 Noblest.
Itlclianl t'ullen 55 Keith st.
IT. KIchnnll'oMcra.. 18 N. l'corla st.
HtcpnenM. oosstiin l"i r. tirecnst,
sui W. Madison st.
John J. Ilrcnnau ..
Joseph llfborV.orn. .
1'. X. Ilrandeckcr, Jr
,.ijh. carpenter st.
Ill W. Harrison st.
aw Center avc.
...W2 Webster Me.
,. 71 CI) bourn ave.
.. 014 Hoditwlckat.
100 Washington at.
James II. Fnrrelt....
1M Cleveland avc.
S' Dearborn st.
iio Sedawlck st.
mi;. Huron st.
ati Hush st.
ail) Illinois at.
Kin Diverse)' st.
I"t7 Nelson st.
, TV Deal born st.
...UoilS. Western nvc.
, l.ivtt. Hoisted t.
A'.'C Deaiborn st.
2W 8. Halstcd st.
V.. Thomas J. O Mitltcy
21. Martin Heavy
l'r.tik J. Muriby.,..
Wm. F. (Julnlan
20. Fnnk Keri
John W. I.amhart .
3? Wm. Kennedy
J. 1. Mohlroy
lliomts cntcy. ......
Mnurlco Morlarty ...,
Daniel 1'. O'.Nelll
John Mheehr ,
Thomas J. Dutinclly..
.Wa Hlxty-uluth st.
iJi Kvans nvc.
CilK Drexel arc
Barrlncton, M. D. Mcintosh.
Illoom, Abncr.I. Miller
Iiremcn, wm Monk
Calumet, l'ettr Kluley
Cicero, James Graham,
party over since bo became of age.
Though ho has for several years been
Captain of tho Democrat I.: Club In
his ward, Mr. Drachtetulorf h'tis nevor
been an aspirant and has novel run
for otllce, and In striving for AI
dcrman now ho docs so from a senso
of loyalty and In rcspouso to tho uen
oral demand of his party In tho
ward. Anton J. Brachtcndorf Is a
man of unassuming add 1 ess and of
clean business methods. If tho
Democrats of tho Twcnty-flrst Ward
believe In tho record of Mayor Hop
kins during his brlof tenure of onlco
and really want to assist him they
cannot do bettor than roturn Mr.
Ilraehtcndorf to tho Council. Mon
of his type aro needed there, and the
chief executive will wclcotuo them
all tho more cordially if thoy aro also
Independent candldato In tho Twenty-fourth
Ward, has lived In tho city
for tho past twenty years, and resided
In tho ward for live years. Ho Is in
the grocery business at 17 i) Ohio
street, has always beon a Democrat,
and Is very popular in tho ward in
which he resides. Ho has been
urged to mako the ruco by his many
IIoimIim as Fire Alarum.
A novel Bj'Htom of tiro ulurm signals
by rocket bombs 1ms boon established
in tho hu oilman uiatiicis 01 un rrun
ol&co to onablo romoto onglno houses
quickly to tmrnmon luslstanco from tho
city forcos in caso of groat emergency,
A bomb, somothlng like a rocket, is
thrown .'.00 foot HtralL'ht unwurd from
the Iheryi" mortar, whoro it butsts, making a
l,Mtl1lnn4 iKkltn llrVi nn1 n vnmi lfSMfl
OXpl(nion. At tho trials of tho bystom
rocontly, all San Francisco was excited
nnd alarmed, fearing dynumitors woro
nt work. Tho syhtom la nrrangod. bo
thut tho prcclso locality whoro aid is
neoded is mado known.
A WHISTI.K that can bo hoard a dis
tance of twonty-flvo ratios has boon
constructed In Heading for a Phila
Cicero, C. E. Crafts 161 Washington street
Klkllrovc, II. llolste Dcsplainee
Kvanston, D. I. O'l.oary Kvanston
r.TBUsiuu. rinusn. icnuvuf,,,,,,
r.vansion, trance. leaoouy,,....., ..cransion
i.cmon-,, ico. .. noimcr...
Lemont, John v. McCarthy.
i.eyaen, ii cms varcr.
ijcyaen. u triaa varvr . jiinnnueini
Lyons, F. D. Cossltl.Jr i La Orange
1.x ons. Frank J. Mooncv Lyons
Maine, J. II. Kraft... Desplaincs
New Trier. Peter J. Hucrtcr Wilmct.e
Mies. Henry Harms Mies Center
Northflcld. Wm. Ilelmuartcn Oak (Hen
drlnnd. Chris Orosscup Tlnley l'ark
1'alatln. J. A. Ilnrll 'gamo Palatine
l'alos, P, J, O'Conncll Worth
lllch. John Ahlensdort , lllchton
lllverslile. Cornelius Knlllran: T.lversldfl
Hchaumbcrg, II. H. Qulndcll tichaumberg
Thornton, James I
Jiiornion, James ii. nimun ........iinrT j
, James ii. n
nliecung, cnas, Bigait,...Arnngion iieignis
Worth, 11.11. 11 bnson ..llluo Island
1. Henry fielder uti stato st.
2. Ihos. M. Coleman 0 u 8. Washtenaw a v.
3. Clark K.ltolfo. Ms W. Sixty fifth st.
4. Michael J. Ilutler Slii Kmeralday.
3. James M. (Julnlan !wl Michigan av,
i. John !:. Flt7gcrald .va cooper st.
7. Thomas J. McOrath 113 Adams st,
v. Wm, II. Joyce ...ii.vki 8. Ashland av.
11, Win. Kdi;ar llulldlng Pert.. City Hall
l.i. Joseph Kutlna :i 8, Uayst.
11. M.J. 8olon V77 W. Tavlor st.
17. M. J. O'Donoghue WJConntv Unlldlng.
Ii. James J. Flannlgan 341 W. Ohio st.
at. Frank Crlttcndon.... 4ou Ileldcnav:
J. ll.Eulllvan "....aw Division st.
23. James A. Qulnn 1M LaSalle av.
Congressional Districts. '
1, John P. Hopkins Pullman,
Wm, 1'.. Crossette 3143 Oroveland ave.
3. Henry llergcn uw8. Ashland ave.
John J. Hloan i:Co W. Fifteenth st.
3. Henry Carroll ,.294 B.Clark at.
Wm. C. Assy Law Dept., City Hall.
John O'llrlen ltl Liberty st.
A. T. Powers 31 17 Archer avc.
4. Kdward Hurley 1."') Congress st.
James O'llrlin 332 W. Hairlson st.
5. Ocorge McL'onncll 4 1 Spruce st.
John It. Lambin....Watcronicc. city Hall.
C M. II. McVlico itnW.Monroo st.
llobctt i:. llurke ullcctho) en place.
7. Michael l'ltzitcrald llavelock.
Arthur Jordan lew llrlor place.
llrpulillcnii County Central Committer.
Chairman John M. fimyth.
HeiTvtary J. H. II. Van Cleave.
l"j! R. n. Van Clcave.Tltlo.fc Trust Dnlldlng
2 John J. Iloran, M Calhoun placo
a.. ,.1'crryA. Hull, 817 Oiwra House llulldlng
...., ...Jnmcs II. Ollbcrt, HIicrlR'e omce
o L,. J, .iiaicrsiaui, wi Areuor t
o J. A. Hogan. '.3d and Lpomla atj
7 1, A, UOOKC. Oil D. llOIVV.l
J. A. Cooke. i.Jt H. llalstecllt
.............Joseph P. Walsh. to) MorgMi
...C. w. Woodman. Madison and Halstedati
HE IS I USEFUL ILDERMIN.
( ontlnuod from first pnzc.)
tho main water pipes In tho street,
which was referred to the Depart
ment of Public Works for an ordi
nance. Nov. 21 Presented tho proposition
of Dr. W. A, Howard to pay tho sum
of 4300 per year for tho privilcgo of
landing passengers at tho pier owned
by tho city, foot of 5(th street,
which was referred to the Committee
Dec. l- Presented an order In
structing tho Commissioner of Public
Works to notify tho Pittsburg, Fort
Wayne and Chicago Hallway and tho
ChK-ago, Burlington and (julncy
Hallway to widen driveway across
their tracks at Do Kovon streot,
which was ratified by tho Council.
Also presented at undry dates tho
following orders, ordinances, etc:
Withdrawal of c.insent given by owners
of pruperty 011 West Tuylur streot to tho
Uuiou l'u-oiur birjol ltullxny Company
to lujr down street rullwuy tracks on suld
ktiooi, uud hud sumo rofetrod to Dopuri
taunt of 1'ubllc Works.
An order concerning tho Irrogulur run
nliw of tho cum of tho Llilcuiro 1'itssvnifur
Hullwuy Cumminy on Center it von tie,
t.ltloli wus leferrod to Lommitiuo on Hull
loads An ordluiinco provldlnit thitt tho my of
itny adult luhorur or employe of tho city
shull not liu Us than Sl.&o per day, und In
f ace of htronj opposition tlioielo secured
An order direction tho Conimltsloncr of
I'tihllu Work 10 Includo In Its oulnmtcs
for tho pro. out your puy of adult laborers
ut not lus than el.&O por ilny, uud had
kiiiiio so referred with power to act.
Ordered, That the Streot Department be
uud is bin oby directed to proceed Inline
ill noly to procure tho nuceasury sign,
lih tho 11 u mm of tho streets t Hereon, und
plucu tliotn In tho inoit cnni-plciioiii pltuui
ut tho Intersection of ull strcota'froni
wlikh It become nocesjury to remove suld
ilim when clmmtliiR from gas to olecirlc
Committee icport und ordluuiico piohlb
ItliiK tho locution of inuntifiicturliifi iHtiili-llslimont-t
on residence streets rocuin
iiii'iidlux uuro of Humo.
An order prnvldlu; for tho closing of
the departments of tho city government ut
1 o'clock on Saturday during tho summor
seuson, which In the fucnat somo uppoil-
tio 1 wus piisiua una iiuopiou.
A proumblo und itn oidor illractlng tho
Comiiilsilonerof Public Works to uuusotiie
ruinoviil of any and all riillioml tracks
luld without permit wllliln the city limits
uud moved Its passage. Motion prevailed.
An ordor to ha entreet 1 rjsslngs cleunod,
nnd moved Its pnmago Motion prevailed
An ordur providing for the clrsing of tho
city Lflicet on Oo olor 21, Ut).', dedication
(luv. uud moved Its pusiage. Motion pro
vullod. T 10k up as special order the ordlnnnra
of the I.ako Streot "I." Rullroad. and. after
much dUcusslon and tho ndoptlon of many
doslrublo amend iitonts socurod Its passu jo.
Tho foregoing nre but a very small
proportion of tho many ordinances,
resolutions and orders Introduced by
Aid. Powers to tho City Council, and
did time and spaco permit thoy might
lie continued almost Indefinitely,
The orders alone passed by htm
for tho purposo of Improving alleys,
curbing, lllllng and grading streets,
laying sidewalks, drains and water
service pipes, would bo enough to till
u volume, and it would bo it work of
supererogation on our part to insert
them at this time. In tho matter of
pergonal Injurlos received wherein
the complainants had good claims
for compensation at tho hands of
tho city, bo has always been ready
toasstst them in thollnutdutton there
of as far as was consistent with his
duties as a city otllclal, and his rcc-1
ord shows that ho hns placed moro
personal Injury claims In lino for set
tlement during his ottlciul career than
any member of tho sumo body. No
man is moro closely Identified with
tho Interests of the Nineteenth
io.. Ju. A. Fleming, ion W. 1Mb n
11 A. F. Doremus, 371 8. l'anllna at
13 u F. O. Farnnm, 79 Dsarbornst
13 D. A. Campbell, Cham. com. D'ld'R
14 Fred h. Wllk, Union Trust Company
13. iii! Smith. Maplewood
lit '! It. Hlmes, Ashland Block
17 Edward J. Dwyer, 121 Randolph
1R John M. Smyth, ISO W. Madison
19 C Mamer. Oovcmrntnt Building
so Eugeno Nonfer, id Michigan st
31 C. E. Erby, 2M Lincoln av
31 0. A. Unas. MM N. Clark at
zi J. A; Linn, 14 Clybourn av
34 J. W. C. Rhode. Inter Ocean llalldlng
2) L. J. Bmltta. (Ill Rlalto Unlldlng
30. J. A. Flshlelgh.3 Wabash av
37 ttenry Wnlff. Connty Clerk's Office
3 ....C.8. Hlake, "The Temple"
it J. J. McCarthy, 4101 Emerald ay
;n Aiirca Anacrson, Bias Mcmworcnav
...H. 8. lies, no r). Clark at
W. 11. Kerr. IIJ Dearborn st
H. McClond, sll7 Cornell ar
John Hymons, 7404 Lasgley ay
John Humphrey, to Madison st
...,K J. Short, 14 Dearborn st
David Ollpbant, 178 Monroe st
Thomas Keats, Desplalnea
,.....H. Reynolds, Palatine
1 Ktacv W. Osgood, 103 Randolph at
I j. a. vnuas, jsvansion
MepobllcMii City Central Committee
Chairman M. IJ. Madden.
8ecretary-g. 3. Chott.
1 C. A. Wathler.aMFIfthav
3 8. A. Donglaa, 7 Dearborn at
a ,.M. II. Olbson, 3243 Prairie ay
4 M. B. Madden, Cham. Com. Building
8 C. 8. Smith, 2133 Archer ay
n James Mnrphy, Gov't Building
7 J. 11. Cavanagb, 820 8. Halstcd st
h J.J. Banks. 737 8. Marat
0 II. C. Bartels, city Collector's office
10 Ons None, loaf W. 12th st
II George I). Swift, 84 Washington at
13 W. E. Clark, 1st Nat. Bank Unlldlng
13 , Lools Maok, Ml W. Indiana at
14 W. C. Eggcrt.jmahoberst
13 J. A. Lammers, luct N. Leavltt st
10 J. M. Horn. SJ Ayers court
17....; J. II. Unrke, inn N. Carpenter at
id George Bars, 2W W. Jackson at
l'J iti-tfi-i Q.J. Chott
30 ...W. F.lsfeldt. 173 Sonthnort av
31 U. C. Farwcll. 307 Ashland Block
23 , Fred Busse. Recorder's olMce
33 John llygrcn, 140 Sedgwick st
34 ..E.O.Hambtrucr, 61) N.Clark at
33 Charlea Flnkler. earn 0. & N. W. R'y
so H. A. Dupuy, iuj N. Ashland ay
37 T. C. Bchulti. Connty Clerk's office
34 John McKenna. Opera House Block
ti It. O. Shutter, 4(10Emeralday
ao UC, B, Denetn, 134 Lake at
ai T. J. Kutette, 230 Adams st
h ubu. n. urawioru. i tfoai
J.J. Hnnberg, Wlnnlpei
M I. u. Woods, Iii
si ...ueo. w. urawiora. t ueaiDom at
Wind, and with his past and known
record In his favor, ho Is certainly
entitled to look forward with confi
dence to a flattering re-election at
tho hands of those ho hns served so
long, ably on! honorably.
Aid. Powers is too well known in
the ward to need any Introduction
from us. For somo fifteen years ho
conducted a grocery store on West
Harrison street, and by stilct atten
tion to business and fair dealing with
his patrons ho so enlarged and in
creased his buslncis that hp acquired
a reasonable competency. Ho is
philanthropic and patriotic, and has
always been an upright, honorablo
and worthy citizen. Prior to 1888
ho took but a passing Interest in pol
itics, though always allvo to tho In
terests of his ward, and in tho spring
of that year, after repeated urglngs
by many of tho more prominent citi
zens of tho ward, ho roluctantly con
sented to tho uso of bis nanio as
Aldormanlo candldato for tho elec
tion of that year, and tho rousing
majority ho rccolvod on that occasion
voiced tho high esteem in which he
was hold, and tho confidence which
was reposed In him by tho voters of
the ward. By reason of tho efficient
and ablo work dono by him in his ca
pacity as Aldorman, ho has twlco
been similarly honored by tho vote of
the people, and Is now about to com
plete his third successive Aldermanlc
Tho Nlncteouth Ward Is not only
ono of the largest and most populous,
containing, perhaps, a larger propor
tion of the working classes than any
other in tho city, but is known as
tlio "Banner" Democratic ward, and
has Interests to bo conserved In the
Council second to no other, and It is
eminently proper that it should bo
represented by nn ablo and experi
enced representative, all of which wo
claim for Mr. Powers.
Ho is companlunnblo und easy of
, ac-osi, nnd Is ever ready to 6crvo his
constituents when opportunity nf
I fords, Many of tho residents of tho
ward can willingly testify to repeated
, personal acts of kindness and assist
vanco rondcred In various ways, all of
1 which wore performed In a kindly
1 and unostentatious manner. To tho
poorer and moro needy of tho ward
his nanio is a Household word, and
hundreds will remember with grail
tudo his bounteous and tlmoly offers
For tho fourth time ho is boforo
you as tho regular Democratic candl
dato for tho aldermancy, and stands
upon his past record and his merits.
His services in tho past have been
honestly und faithfully rendered, and
we havo ovory assurance that they
will bo so rendered in the future
With a full appreciation of tho
high character of tho man, of his
ability ns a legislator, and, in com
mon with voursolves, having a deop
Interest In tho well-being and proper
representation of tho ward, wo issuo
104-1G0 Madison St,,
this small pamphlet in the hope that,
to somo extent at least, It will im-1
press upon Its readers tho necessity
of returning Aid. Powers to the scat
he has so long adorned, nnd wc nsk
that you Interest yourself In his be
half , coming out enrly nnd doposlttng
your ballot In his fnvor. ltespcct fully
Cotirnito or Mwriiifrer.
Can it bravo sold lor enrry coolness In
battlo to tho point of ntTcetntlonV An
Incident told of tho Fronoh Uenoral
Cnstlno. nnd his nid-do-cntnn. Barn-
Rimy d'UillloiM, sooras to piovo that
this tuny bo possible.
tuning a oaitio, unrngvinv iriiiuiors
vvns rending a dispatch to tho Genornl,
holding the lottor with both hnnds,
whonaball pnssod straight botweon
his two hands nnd cut a hold straight
through tho lottor.
Tho nld-do-carap paid no nttontlon
to tho bullet, but pnusod In bis rend
liU and looked carefully at tho riddled
"Go on, go on!" wild tho Genornl.
"I bog pardon, Gonernl," raid Barn-
frttay d'tlilllora, "but a word seems to
Hive boon blotted out horo. Well, I
will go on with tho noxt."
This story is not unlike ono told,
with what truth wo do not know, of a
Votorn Captain In tho American
Civil War. who, after an engagement,
had seated himself under a troo and
wns smoking a plpo, when a stray bul
lot knocked off tho bowl of his pipe,
leaving tho stem in his mouth. Ho
continued to puff for a moment, and
then snid to his orderly:
"This plpo draws too woll, Robinson,
I wish you would bring mo a fresh
He Wouldn't Spoil tho Htory.
During ono of tho roll calls recently,
Mr. Reed wns standing In tho rear of
mo nan 01 tno houro with Ms liunu
upon tho bond of Mr. Kllgoro.
"Thnt reminds mo of a story," snid
Mr. Tulboit, of South Carolina, who
occupies a sent noxt to Mr. Kllgoro.
"Lot's have It," snid tho Toxas man
and tho Malno man, In a sort of duct.
"Woll," sold Mr. Tnlbort, "a sailor
landing in a pcaport town ono Sunday
though ho would go to church. Tho
cdlflco was crowded, but ho finally
found a plnco on tho platform, directly
underneath tho preacher. Tno minis
ter warmed up in his appeal to tho un
converted. Noticing thut tho sailor
was a stranger, ho bent over him,
grasped him by tho hair of his bond,
und impressively shouted: 'My dear
sir, do you know that you aro going
straight to holly'
" 'I choultln't wonder,' said tho sailor,
looking up. 'I seo tho dovll hns got
mo by tho back of my head.'
"Now," said Mr. Tuibert to Mr. Reed,
"I don't moan to comparo you to tho
"Don't say a word." Interrupted Mr.
Rood. "Tho story is too good to bo
Bpoueu oy an explanation. wnsning
A Illtr Amethyst from Mont mm.
A hugo nmothyst, wolghlng twolvo
pounds und mensurlng nlno inches by
tlvo In thickness, was found rocontly
by Billy Norwood. Norwood discov
ered tho frtono on Granlto Crock, his
attontlon being first attracted by tho
brilliant display of colors sparkling in
tho sunlight. Tho color takes tho
most beautiful shado, a vlolot-bluo and
a plnklsh-purplo, in ono hoxagonal
prism, which will moasuro about four
Inches. A varloty of tints ato shown
through tho balaneo of tho stone, ac
cording to tho mlxturo of poroxido of
nmngnnoso whon It was formed.
This particular specimen Is of the
hardest varloty of quartz or rock crys
tal, cutting plate-glass almost as neat
ly as a diamond. It is moro valuablo
as a bonuty specimon, probably, than
for commercial purposes. Holona
Spolman dorlvos tho word "farm"
from tho Saxon "fear mo" or "foormo,"
which slgnlflos food or provision; as
tho tenants and country-)xsop!o an
elontly paid tholr rontH In victuals and
othor nocossarlcs of life. Honco a farm
was originally a placo which supplied
its ownor or lord with provisions. Tho
word "forme" is also French, and a farm
Is probably so called from its being a
firm or flxod possession of tho land by
ono who labor on It.
Joseph Rinahdo, ohartrod with mur
derous assault, rofusnd to plead guilty
In a Connecticut court and tako a son
tonco of two yoars in tho penitentiary,
which opposing counnol had ngrood
upon. Tho acousod went to trial and
got ton years.
TO 1'KBHIN, LOS ANli:i.KN
AND NAN lllKdO, CAL.
lion. J. W. Kince of l'etrli, lllvcmldo
County. Cat., In the owner ot a laue
tnct of land at 1'errU. all level nnd
Hinooth; water under premurr; depot In
center ut tract. To ncttlo tni the country
lie lion authorized uh to olfcr l.iouacte
o( liU laud at in an aore nnd pay each
purolianer' expeniea to California out
B 01 nrai paymeui.
OIvch 10 acre freo to tho excursion
party, to be awarded a It doMRnatca,
Mr. Nance will be at our otllce until ex.
B cumlon learea for California, about
" April 7.
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