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Life Sssiraic j iftpiiiy,
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA.
1807 11TK 8T., KoktffWrST.
(Y. J4. C.A.BHildlng.)
M M.HOLLAND, WM. E. MATTHEWS
C. A. FLEETWOOD, H. H. W ILLIAMS,
Becty.; &M. Actuary
Assessments frum 5 ots. to 25et. per week
Policies up to (300.00.
Rtocc $3.00 per share.
o asse smenls oh stoek.
REAL ESTATES-BANKING CO.
1807 11th Btreet, n. w,
M. M. HOLL VNlC Bresd.
C. A.'KLEETWOOD, lishler.
KecelveB dep.Nlts'.W aSsjraodount.
ljoans xsaae oa rsarestaie.
iBtercst paid ou Time deposits.;
LAW, BEAL ESTATE -AND
1007 Uth Street, n. tr.
M. M. HOLLANpTPreadt.
E. M. HEWLETT; !J56unsellor,
THOS. B. WAftRICKrExaialnerof Title.
Property bought, sold, "leased, reiited,and
Practices law lri all Courts.
F Ire Insurance renewed or placed In relia
ble Companies and at lowest rate-,
ilouey ad- anced with whlc, ,xo purchase a
borne, ana lire or pucuasef. Insured, so that
hould be die In the mean time, the home
will bepald for. .
Cull for send for Pamphlets,
Where to carry your oraera
1159 17tk St., n. w., Oor. 17tb & M
FINE POEtRAITS In' Crayon, OU and
Pastel, enlarcsd to anv slse from Card and
Tintype. Tru LUceneBB Guaranteed, Month
1 nd Weekly eaymeuta taken. GKEA1
REDOCTION FOR CASH.
Lessons civeu: Flower, landscape Painting
etc Children class every Saturd y, from
10 to 3 o'clock. 25 cents per lesson.
Banner aud Sign Painting of ever
riesoriDtion". " Ordeis
gictnui ry AVaai&efrto;
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AjipU a ie Lt-1 r- ni jn i
(a be null. o 1 3m
A.. , lixatttrty,
U. p". ui'ff cii pu-ruhii )
Prtciical Wa cbmcikei:!UJ -
SiClelJ 3ddtieh,Med and Jew i:
of Gold ud biiv-i
Wictitfl, Clock ami Jtw-h..
Fii.t. amr Compcted V9.i5b au'
Mu.-ic Box Et-painug a
So. 632 G St., n. w.
W.th Wm, F. LUTZ.
10LDIKRS DISABLE &IN0E tHS WAE
Dependent wldowsaiparOTtenow depen
fcnt whoee sons died from effeetaof army ser
UteCommlsstonea of Pensions.
Washli'gton, V. o.
J. M. Dabney
UNDERTAKER & tUBLHTET
Office 441 L Street K. W
JSARRlAGKd FOR HiRtf-,
Seot 11 m
ttKSTAURAET & SALOON
Peuusylvauia Ave., SonbweK-
Wahhmgron, D. FBTKR B.
wor. for ot, by At.- Pff. A
Texu. nd Jl..Bo Toledo, OS
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A GOOD HME IN
HIGH VIEW PARK.
Why don'c you buy a lot? There
is money in it. High ground, beau
tiful vhw, pure water. Small
monthly payments will pay for your
lot and thou you can soon own your
HIGH VIEW PARK
is located on one of the highest
points in Alexandria county, Vir
ginia, less than two-aud-balf miles
from the free (Acqueducr) bridge,
on the main road to Falls Church
and oa the line of the projected
electric railroad, which will be
built to Falls Church.
'HighYiew Paik offers induce
ments to all, rich and poor, white
and colored. The grouud lies sIod-
fing to the south, well drained, aud
every lot txposed to the sun. All
lots are 50 feet front and from 150
to 200 feet dep. The streets will
be all graded and trees planted,
and no pains will be spared to
make this one of the most attrac
live and beautiful places around
Tne title of the lots is perfect
and abstract can be. seen at office.
The health of this section is per
fect, ho malaria, but pure Iresh
air, from the Blue Ridge, aud the
best and purest ot water.
The terms of sale are such ap to
put it in the power of everyone to
owu a lot or a home ; aud the prices,
the lowest around the city, with
small cash, aud monthly payments
without interest, or a discount
when all cash is paid.
The erectiou of several houses
will soou be commenced.
GlIiMB, iCHDOLS, . Hi!,
High ViewJEark. has twVeoloreu
citurctiee, oue bcuooi uouse, .one
Ud4sFellwJ tell, two stores
.A.-Jc.- - i!r '--"i.u"7t
a uew uaBowwe.vuurcu win ttuou
High View Park has the most
beautiful aud desirable lots arouud
H'g'i View Park offers a h me
rn'iD u ifcitob t eei yuui-..
Hmli V;w Park i ju r i In-rln.it,
111) Alt JnVi ij ! a liUM".
H'pb V. "v -,Jk v ilK- Fu-
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Fet wj liIl, 'iuie, etc. In .! I
nicr UhuK'" tor all a no a rate M
vrsimeiii (yr tticiet.
e will thrive u out to ue thi
property fie6 i Iy lo
HIGH hW FAKK CO.,
R.kjui f I orcorau uuiUfiug, corner
15 . ami F Streets, Wasbiugtou,
D C, or
VV. CALVIN t IIASE,
n09 IS;., n. w.
BURISimn LOAN OFFICE.
361 Peuusylvauia Avenue.
Gold and silver watches, riia-
mond8, jewelry , pistols, guns, me
chanical tools, ladie aud gentle
men's wearing apparel.
Old gold and silver bought.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
A PATRIOTIC W01I,
grary persoa wfc W oppose to ffre VMii
ffl&Tery ad fftTOM AmTss laSasttlel Inde.
pendeneesecared thronaHihe 90He?ot Pro
tecUoB,BOBklred tbo Coaseaeam paUBsaed
apetrfotMeltksen K&f yoa aty to plaoe these
4oe8Be8tb9HadsToe friends. They
maaA IsMtraetivs, and embrace
a! piesee oC tie Tartl" tjoastlon.
IL. L.-.iiriil1llTini - dooa
entc, i iplihit aeariy'M pacMOf plainly
pmte. ewtrfUty ted aad raMa fcrforma
tks, AmoagtimBtt&oact tteee doeonwiM
Dots: Senator 3omph W. plph. ot OreKont
CAM,n M H nUSfHE. IH llORMMI -
ILJIIMI .w. m. - - 471
Si W. AMrieto. of Bbode Isjai
BOB! J Benuor
oa. a. w. JoaeBivu frr!2.rt
JLiIiJuii U-fJiiiuiieMBMin fKia, ox M"t
r. s. r. miuer. piaeji w . ";rt;i;
Wmreace. of Ohloi Horn p. G. Hsxrn
Sol'VHrXSnTaoSNew York, Kaocb
TsU eotapleteset of do3ectfta basest
to aays4dresc post psW, for Fifty 09 0J
jUarccs. Wllsar r. Wskessaa, Sste m,M
Wis Twmt?-mst WfpKlfT
to Carry Oa the wrk f (he
V. M. 4J a. of O. C.
The .lirectors. ot the above named
i association hnye secured the build
ng fnrmeilv known as the 4lForest
City House" 1607-9 11th st., n. w.
They have fitted it up tor the
se of the members, who are intU
led to the following priveleges :
A rAnriincr pnnm tuViora filoo nt;
he leading religious aud secular
apere, magazines and reviews
may be found ; a miscellaneous
Ubrary of four hundred volnmne s.
and a pleasant aud home like par
or for social gatherings, religious
alks and lectures.
The work on he gymnasium and
bath rooms Is being pushed rapid,
ly forward, aud will ba complete.!
in the near future. Iu order that
we may be enabled to meet the
heavy obligations under which we
are placed aud to exteud-tbe work
to a great degree of usefullness we
havedevised tue following plau by
which we appeal to all persons
having the welfare of young men at
heart for help.
The city has been divided into
thir ty districts, and each district,
will bo placed iu the hands of a su
pervisor who will appoint as many
solicitors as he may need to do the
work in bis district. Ic is oelieved
that in tuis way every person in
the district will be given the exalt
ed opportunity of helping a worthy
We aaft for the small sum of one
dollar in catih from each persou for
which we will give a certificate re
ceipt. Solicitor will snow due au'
thority liom the president auo,
geueral seciy.'witn th seal of the
association affixed thereto, be Hure
to pay .mouev oulyJtO-MHfmhf!r
will take- pleasurn
in in produciug the required evi
M. M Smith,
Gs o V1. Cook.
T. L. B own,
F I" li.
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Oi v- A .ild, 41i Q
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ii0inwes;, H mil on Kucei. 1250
New Jersw avenue ; W. 11 L v r
jioul, An ic-ti' Geo, Maitii 30.
New York i venue W. A Hi -uiw.-,
15 L sneet u w W. tl. Se.on.
1 ,8K strewt u w J T Dhvi-, 213
ncUj--ettsi avt Mi L. W.-b u ,
1118.ii street u w LA CoiUKsit
12 15 uru'er .. e J VV Bu'cli i
Capital H I', J T Ke.old, 2216 12
neet u w J T B-utmo, 2701 Duu.
tidtiou aveiiue A 3 JaokMOli, 260tt
P street u w.
A "FLYER, INDEED"
The Fastest scheduled Train
America Rons bom Philadei
puia to the Ska via lead
ing uoyal Route,
TiiaT there is a stn-ak 'f "sportii'K
hi.t;d" m the veins of h most s dat
.n-o.i-us is evidenced bv the unveuHl
i t r."t manif. st- d in railway speeds and
tl-e delight with which the averse man
hails each tuoces-iv tnump of the loco
motive over the o nV'in-d elementR of
tun ud distance. . ci.
Tlie mncli-vaueJ "Fly inn Scotch
in. i. exprestai. betw. en London and
B.diubi.rA, i Gieat Brl aln, is still re
.Xrl.v nm.v uer-oiis as the latest
....i i.. h niHil train in the wirld.
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This, h." ver, is a mi.t.ke the speed ot
t..e".-cotchran bavins leen excelled
K. a VMrfll
aihoansin mis wuiimji -
hiv bv the New York
lfn.n rv Si a-1"
. . .... u. .'.!.. l.oa II Ml felt lllll a lev
, "i c nVd the till -i t.. tetjrt. ree-
lllar tr'li. in the wmR This eelted
train n f''m w Turn "'" -dUtanc
ol440m..e,,h.eUht l.oi- Hi.d
X 5 ! "hic" l" Hl ,,',e 'f flr'i
lew.tt-o.H.-'WBil-"' wl "'Hi?'
d tw -t
dsniiisp-" nui. w.-...-
in-- a.l Si !
ii xv- rHii' nmiii s i
fi (jvo at' l - i:"
I. til P
.;;, R l0-' S 3:3 p.
luM nu' to Aii'H-
Oltj, fcnown as tbe "Seyenty. Minute
Flvcrt', ! aetually the fastest regularly
scheduled pavene- train In th worM.
The iUBCsue from Cliestnut street whari
to-the'Cimden U'rml'.us of th railroad l
about a m and. a nnlf, and the fer.
ry boat'fip'aud trungfer of the paaseng.
e'pH froai th' boat to the caw occupfr ten
ti'laute,-. Tu'a leaver fclxtj mi utos foi
ttie r il rldf, and that is precisely thi
timp alowed by the 6Chelul" to cover th
flity-flTi and a half miles which inrei
vene betwf n the Camden depot and th
etatiottsrt Atlantic City. A little fliur,
IBC will sfrowitbat this ta a speed of six
tv-flva4econd3 to the mile, or the rate or
flftv-five and a half miles per hour, beat
In? the former record six seconds per
mile and alrao3t five miles per hour.
It should be understood that this refers to
the speed of rularly scheduled trains
over the tnti e length of tlir-ir schedule!
runs, nn.l not to mere phenomen 1 htirt
oi sp oil or stretchps of fast running r
make up ?o lo t time or de'ays. T'e
rate of tiity-Sve and a half miles is ex
ceeded every d iy on the Reading Rnil
road, and possibly on so ae other lin-t-but
on no rail-o d in the world, fo Ut
s known, is the) e a train run from n
to end of its route t so gr-at an avera
speed a that of the "Seventy Minui
When the Lttter was estiblished it wa
not ilh the purpose of br-aking a record,
but, the, officials was confident of the!
bility to run a train safely and promptly
in the specified time or less if requind
It was (let nnined, however, to limit th
train to six ca-s to insure quickness. Thi
was found to be impracticable, and fc
more th-.n a wtek the train has bee
carrying eight cars, including one or mor.
heavv Pullmans, and making scb.edu
Pn sident McLeod can now congratu
late himself that his road holds tic
"world's record" for the fastest mile (3'
4-5 seconds, s rimed August 27, 1891, b
President McLeod, Mr. William Singerl
of the Philadelphia Becard, nd others
and also has upon its time table the laci
est regular train in the world.
P&JBO. antl-omoaa nd-mfttwatnTlal
remoar are vronuenm in iBaur.8uw
w "" "wwg . ' - -- m
ihonld be wlthontthem. , Their s
ana maiwriiw w.wr m .
dumb ague, billons colic, and sires !
tbe7stensnn(hto resist all the
perils of runmbealthy and Impure st-i
Vmosphere. Klcgantly BURar-caatcd.'
m m m
Jack Hamsey Flanked.
The trial of Jack Rumsey, the outlaw,
at TJnioutown, Pa., was practically ended
fter lie had been convicted of four oi
he 12 counts in the indictment Raut
jey's nerve then deserted him, and his
oouusel practically threw him on the
mercy of the court. He will be sen
tenced for 20 years. He is closely guarded
in his celi, as it is believed he will try to
Jay Uoald's Welti.
The will of Jay Gould w.as offered for
i urobate in New York on' Monday, fh.e
xecutors say in their petition that the
property in New York State consists of
12.000,000 jn realty and $70,000,000 in
(ersonalty. The interest iu the estate is
.equally divided among the children, with
George Gould as trustee, and various
smaller bequests are made to relatives.
Prof. Smith Found Guilty.
Prof. Smith, who was tried before the
Cincinnati Presbytery for heresy was
found guilty and suspended from the
ministry. The vote on suspension was
81 to 26. The acquittal on the first
charge, and the close vote on other
charges and the suspension, it is believed,
will lead to an appeal being made to the
Market For Coal In Europe.
The Philadelphia and Reading Rail
road Company proposes to introduce an
thracite coal in Europe. Captain J. A.
Schweers, who was once a prominent coal
operator, has been selected as agent, and
he ill start for Berlin in a few days and
will visit the leading cities of the Old
Susan B. Anthony Gets In Office.
As the result of Susan B. Anthony's
-jailing Governor Flower's attention to a
vacancy in the Board of Managers of the
Rochester Industrial School, and sug
gesting the appointment of a woman,
she has been named for the place and
Prohibition In South Carolina.
Governor Tillman's prohibition bill has
passed the South Carolina House. It al
los the use of liquor for medicinal,
-dentine and sacramental purposes, to
ie dispensed at one place in each county,
these to be supplied by a State Gm
mission. A Great Composer Dead.
Charles Balmer, the most prominent
1 bs well as one of the greatest of Amen
j -an composers and writers, died in St.
TiOtiis, aged 75 years. He arranged dur
i Mg his lifetime fully 6,000 pieces.
The steamer Stuttgart brought '2,263
Immigrants to New York, the largest
A party of cowboys near Fargo, S. D.,
pursued a party of rustlers into the Bad
Lands, where they escaped.
A Pinkerton night watchman in. uni
form narrowly escaped lynching in Uhi
cago for trying to arrest a workingman.
The Whisky Trust has advanced the
price of alcohol 10 cents per proof gallon
and rectified goods 5 cents per wine, gal
lon. The Secretary of the Chinese consulate
at San Francisco says the Emperor; will
request the United States to repeal the
Cramp's shipyard, at Philadelphia, is
the lowest bidder on the new battleship
Iowa, and armored cruiser Brooklyn soon
to be built. r
The opinions of the Governors olj the
various States have been sought or the
emigration question. A majority of
them favor the restrictive policy.
Chief Turner, of the Huntington; W.
Va., police, has cleared up the Chesapeake
& Ohio vestibule train robbery and mur
der by the arrest of Tom Collins.
Robert Beatty, the alleged Homestead
conspirator, arrested ar Louisviile, Ky.,
has been given in charge of Deputy Sher
iff Furrell, of Allegheny couuty, Pa.
Dr. Gibier's Pasteur Institute in New
York has discharged 23 hydrophobia pa
tients as cured, including 13 from New
ark, N. J., and 10 from Danville, Va.
The Populist officers-elect of Kansas,
decided that a ball was too frivolous for
the inauguration of a business adminis
tration and will hold a general reception
A petition was heard at Denver, ask
ing for the release of Alfred Parker, who
was convicted in 1884 of having murdered
and eaten his five companions on a pros
The main railway station withiu the
World's Fair grounds will cost two hun
dred and twenty-five thousand dollars,
aud will accommodate twenty-five thou
sand persons at one time.
Thomas Taggert Chairman of the In
diana Democratic State Central Commit
tee, says that throughout the entire State
Democrats are a u'nlt for c-Governpr
Gray for a member of Cleveland's Cabinet.-
The Georgia Senate voted to indefi
nitely postpone the bill providing for the
aeptance of the Confederate Soldiers'
The trustees will order a salo
., toperty and refund the subscrip
A census bulletin just issued shows that
contrary to general belief, the white pop
ulatiou is increasing more rapidly than
the colored in the Southwestern State;
that have been the field of negro immi
gration. The Postmaster General lias accepted
the proposition of Alfred D. Cushiug, o'"
Norristown, Pa. , to make a test house
collection in eight small towns and foi
free delivery in 200 farm houses in Mont
The New York State Board of Camus
sers met at Albany aud went over tne re
turns of the recent election. The Demo
cratic electois were declared elected iiikI
the three constitutional amendment
voted on were declared lost
The new French ministry was sus
tained in a test vote in the Chamber o
Deputies on a proposal to give the Pauu
ma Canal Iuvestigating Commission
judicial powers. The government op
posed the proposition, and v;is sus
tained. The police census of Philadelphia
places fhe population at 1,142,653. Ti(
grand total is made up of 842,168 ni.-ile-and
364,810 females over 21 yeare. aim
217,637 males and 218,238 females unUe:
that age. The population has increased
nearly 100 per cent since 1870.
A report from the city of Mexico state
that a meteorite weighing 40,000 pound1
whieh fell in the State of Chihuahua, ha.
been brought to that capital. It Ita
awakened great interest in scientific cir
cles. In its fall, the meteor tore dowu r.
cliff, revealing a valuable silver mine.
Gen. R. L. Gibson, U. S. Senator from
Louisiana, died at Little Rock, Ark.,
from rheumatic gout, which he cou
tracted while serving in the confederate
army during the war. He was a gradu
ate of Yale College, and an eminent law
yer. James Fraser's wife gave birth to twin
boys on November 8, at Barre, Vt. The
parents named the babies Grover Cleve
land and Benjamin Harrison. The lattei
died and was buried on Friday last. At
the funeral the surviving child w;u
christened Grover Cleveland.
A suit brought bj' Frauk S. Gra;
against Col. Elliott F. Shepard, of th
MaU and Express, Ne.v York, for$20,(KK
damages for breach of contract, resulted
in a verdict for the defendant. The suit
was very sensational, owing to Gray's
testimony as to the alleged bibulous
habits aud crooked methods of Col.
World's Fair directors will investigate
the questions raised by labor men against
the W. B. Conkey Printing Company.
Vice-Admiral Fairfax is to be tried in
England for neglect of duty in connec
tion with the loss of the battleship Howe.
For eating pork, Rabbi Hey man Ros-
enberer. of Williamsburg, N. Y., has
been expelled-by his Jewish congrega-
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K Summary of Current Events The WorWs
Doings for the Past Six Days. Gathered
0 and Condensed for Our Readers.
Eight dynamite bombs were Xousd ia
a sewer at Cadiz.
Postmaster Field, of Philadelphia, has .
A Connecticut advertiser paints posters
on cows in fields near the railroads.
M. Waddington, it is said, wiU.be re
called as French Ambassador to England.
Colorado Springs, CoL, has been, looted
of $6,500 by City Clerk Gorman, who con
fesses. Wells, Fargo Express Company's em
ployees have robbed the corporation of
Cornelius Vanderbilt has given $5,
000 to the Police Pension fund of New
Rev, Lemuel H. Wells, of New Haven,
as consecrated as Episcopal Bishop of
Spokane Falls, Wash.
For helping Garza to escape, Colonel
Niovers Hernandez, of the' Mexican
Army, was shot Monday.
. Kittie L. Sprague, nee Potter, sued her
husband for divorce in Denver, won and
then remarried the man.
Ex-Congressman Leopold' Morse, of
Massachusetts, dropped dead at the Mer
chants' Association dinner.
Commander Booth was presented with
a check for $12,920,, raised in Toronto
during "self-denial" week.
The insanity of the English poet, Wil
liam Watson, is attributed' to -chloral,
taken to relieve insomnia.
Bogus Parkhurst Agent Charles Baker,
of New York city, has been sent to. jail
for three years and nine months for
Attorney W. R. Drury, of Norfolk,
Va., was convicted of falsifying a pen
sion paper and 'sentenced to one-: year in
Peter Hart, a veteran, who nailed the
flag to the Btaff in -Fort Sumter when it
.wairshotaway in imMMHSSiisk.
aged 68: '
For 1800,000 Drexel, Morgan & Co..
probably acting for the Yanderbilte, have
bought 100,000 acres of West Virginia
'and, rich in coal and timber.
Dick Burge, an English pugilist, has
arrived in this country, and will fight
Jack McAuliffe for the lightweight
championship of the world.
St. Louis has swallowed up two men,
Albert M. Lacrom, of Effingham, 111.,
and Henry R. Harris, of Beelfoot, Tenn.,
who were hist seen in the city.
The American delegates to the Inter
national Monetary Conference are booked
to sail on the steamer Lahn, from South
hampton for New York on December 21.
MrsA Rebecca Flynn has sued Dr. Hill,
of Scrauton, Pa., for $10,000 damages.
She says he fractured oue of her front
teeth while performing a-dental opera
tion. The French Government has arrested
Count Ferdinand de Lesseps and others
concerned iu the Panama canal scheme,
and they will be tried ifhder the criminal
Emanuel Bruuswick, a wealthy bil
liard table manufacturer of San Frau
Cisco, C'al., was killed while trying to
bo.ird a Slate street cable train at Chi
Omaha saloons closed with all other
places of business in order that proprie
tors might attend the Revivalist Mills'
meetings, where over 4,000 people asked
The disappearance and alleged defal
cation of A. C. Henderson, Chicago rep
resentative of the Studebaker Manufac
turing Company, has made his uife
Dr. Carl Scheuck lias been elected
President of the Swiss republic. A. Frey,
aIio was chosen tosucceed him as vice
President, is an ex-Union soldier of -our
The Nicaragua-Canal Company will
endeavor to secure the passage of a bill
through Congress raraHttisg it to issue
$100,000,000 of bonds guaranteed by the
The daring robbery of G. W. Pollock,
a New York diamond salecmao, of $15,-
000 worth of stones on a California ex
press, is laid to Frank Bruce, npV under
arrest at Milwaukee. "
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Luck awaros, anas "Texas da
rested for theft at West Superior,!
tins been taken to Texas on a cha
being concerned in a quadruple
of women at Demson.
A dispatch from Rome confirms the re
port that Dr. McGlynu istobeiwnstated
by the Catholic Church. The Pope lias
given special power to his legate, Mgr.
Satolh, to settle the case.
A special dispatch fronrWashingtoo to
an Albany paper says tbftt Mr. Cleveland
has offered the Stateportfolio to Senator
Hill, who has accepted it. Mr. Cleve
land characterised the report' as "stuff."
The,members of the sweiUHasty Pud
ding Club at Harvard are jodigaaat at
the mutilation of the archives of the
slub, which they allege wee deae by
Dr. Francis G. Pearjody Protestor of
Christian Morals. The mutilatk con
.linted in thei-emoval of a poem written
by Dr. Peabody when, a studemt which k
of a character to fcwnn the isflotoct of
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