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THE PACIFIC COAST.
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R E G A R D O L D L IB B Y P R I 8 0 N TO BE R E M O V E D
IN T A C T T O C H IC A G O .
IN G G E R M A N IN T E R F E R E N C E .
THE PRESEN T
IN H U M A N T R E A T M E N T O F PR IB O N -
A P L A N F O R TH E R E C L A M A T IO N O F
R IG H T .**
E i p r o ' l . i n M a r t r . l l>y l l a l t o r y
tilt- L u ilU v U I » L r g l u u .
CHURC! 8 .
- T h e Anti-Sunday Travel!
has existed in this country
four years, and it has now ah^
During the recent presidential cam
paign a great deal of talent in the in
The E ffe ct o f T o o M u c h P e p p e r ^ n th e vention of slang phrases was displayed
-T w en ty -eigh t thousand of a „
A N o v e l S c t e m e f o r C o a s t D e fe n c e —T h e A n O h io M u r d e r e s s t o o D e p r a v e d fo r M rs L a n g t r y 's I m p o r t a t io n o f B lo o d e d
by the partisans of the different can 000
0 now members added
F o w l’s F o o d —B is u lp h id e o f C a r
th e G a llo w s — A R e m a r k a b le Well
R e p o r t o f M e x ic a n O u t r a g e « U n
didatos, and a number of those already Yvirk Baptist churches'
n a l - S u r v e y o f R e s e r v a t io n s
N e a r P it t s b u r g - F r u i t o f the
f o u n d e d - M o r e B llle f o r Ter
in use were adopted and accentuated eight years came from th. « **
M o d e l B a rn -y a rd .
A B ru te 's D ese rts.
according tc circumstances. As usual, schools.
D im e N o v e l In B o s to n
r it o r ia l A d m is s io n .
the newspaper writers have been given
— The "union’ * formed
The flower-bed for the next year the history of as many of these expres
The debt of Oregon is $20,411 66.
General Payne has sold the yacht
International money orders have
“ evangelical” population of u * *
sions as possible, and have iu many for
t*st M hi i - ’.i
Fresno, California, has
been increased from $50 to $10ti.
poult'V-h* use cases probably been correct; but there
sweepings of lilt
Bible schools has what
Charges of bribery were made in
uver it. Soapsuds may also be well is one, used by the Democrats perhaps
Numerous burglaries are reported
the (Senatorial contest in Minnesota.
utilized by throwing them on the more than the Republicans, which has sveh^ schools, with 71,000 *vhol^
representing a capital of t > oo,, j “''
A threshing machine in England is from interior town in California.
The Senate has adopted the sugar
fl >wer beds.
never yet been assigned its proper
- B e f o r e Christian itv
The smoking of opium by the white
bounty amendment to the tariff bill. run by electricity.
If the bulbs of certain flowers start origin. That prase is “ What's the
Teams crossed over the Mississippi pewple of Spokane Frill ¡»¿increasing. to sprout while iu the cellar ii indi matter with Cleveland?” and its answer, lepers were treated with
The Lord Mayor of London gave a
banquet last week in honor of Mr.
cates that they are kept too warm. ‘ •He's all right.” Of course the sub
Phelps, the American ambassador.
All the American war ships will haclftpi mine in Arizona is an They should keep cool enough to re stitution of any name for Cleveland alive. The English ruler, h a v ^
main in a dormant condition until can be made, thus rendering it avail stop to this custom, and for f *
The Secretary of State has received soon he ready for sea.
years there has been a special
Articles of inci^jpor itien have been spring. Sprouting injures them.
a cable from the consul at Colon, say
A portion of the imperial palace at
able for any occasi V ii. This, the most tian mission to the 135,000
ing that affairs on the Isthmus are Peking has been burned.
Potatoes are a drug in the market popular and univeisalof all the slang, India.
at Solfax, W is., owing to the enor did not have its origin during the
The Mormon settlers in Minnesota graph com pany.
mous crop raised iu than section. 1 he campaign, but owes its birth to Bat
The English cabinet disclaims co are selling out and going to Utah.
covery is increasing. Offers of $8000 best price that can be realized is ten tery A of the Louisville Legion oi Franz Delitzsch’ s Hebrew tran. . / 1
operation with the United States re
Oranges are now being moved in
Of the New Testament u h..*11'*
cents a bushel.
garding the present misunderstanding Florida in bulk, the same as potatoes. to $10,000 are reported.
In 1881 thgre was a big military „a f Jews. In loss than ten among
The Mah li’s followers, are said to
. . u
. . . .
V ice President-elect Morton has have made a saint of G e n ia l Gordon. I a G bt
uiding into ban Diego behind the animals through the winter should be fair held in Ht. Louis. ° There were
® Ocean Beach and ljflm a r railroad.®
for profit. Feeding stock to gain a competitive drills for infantry, cavalry 60,000 copies Lave been sold^ ^
leased the residence of Alex Graham
At the Paris exposition this year
the Jews of Austria a'nd^
Bell, at Washington, and will occupy
Reports from the Harqua Hala profit from is a nice ¿Joint, find re and artillery companies, and a largo among
there will be a band of 1200 musi
in. Tho emigrant missionari«"'
it for the next four years.
mines in Arizona are now discourag- quires study anil attention, y is not number of t;ach arm entered the lists.
Liver] -pool and New York havafJ
ing, and many prospectors are return enough to feed a sufficient quantity, The famous Chickasaw Guards, of
The United States District Court, at
among the emigrating Jtl|
A new naturalization bill lias been ing.
but the feed must be of such a nature
Baliinore, in a recent decision, says
•Me mphis, were there, as well as c Pack tor hundreds of copies.
reported to the House judiciary com
that the law of civil rights must be
The bill to remove the capital of
companies and artillery sections froij)
— Hive are ¿wo young m en who*.
interpreted by public opinion
Prescott to Phuenix ject of feeding.
all over the country. A section of the
The laxities of Mine, di Murska and passed the 'territorial council ThurS*
practical Christians, and asp,*.?
Senator Dolph has presented in the
Louím llü Battery was thore, and it
her'daughter will be sent t<> Gotha to
Senate a petition of sixty-eight citi
best and cheapest antiseptics and in may not be amiss to say that it ac worthy of their high calling. one
Perry S. Grant, rector of an EnuJ!
zens of Bellevue, Idaho, praying for
W. B. Reynolds, of IJealdsburg, secticides. Already more timn 8,000,- quitted itself honorably.
• Shoals of black ciffl in enormous
at Fall River.
Ile has ^
the enactment of prohibition laws.
“hatsbeen appointed inspector of Chi
composing that particular soction—
The War department has been in numbers are reported off the coast nese for the Coast, as provided by the check the ravages of phyloxera, the which aftorward became famous all mill people in his parish, and T,
much interested in his work arn '
scourge of European vineyards. Bi
formed that rapid progress in being near San Diego.
over the United States— were a pretty
A Wichita, Kan., clergyman has
made by the contractors in supplying
Mrs. Langtry has purchased an im sulphide of carbon lias an extremely lively set. Among them was Goorgo them that ho has declined flatteri!
offers from this city and froiS Bo*,
heavy guns and armor-plate forgings, been asked to resign because his sei* ported thoroughbred stallion and four offensive odor, and is highly inflam
Clark. George is living in this city and Providence. The other URecZ
mo'JH are too long.
and rapid tiring guns.
imported brood mares, for her Califor mable and explosive.
yet, though ho is no longer a m&mber Perkins, of a little Episcopal
The Department of State is in • Three murders similar to those of nia ranch.
Feeding pepper often to fowls as a of Battery A. The boys had a great
near Salem, N. J. Ho gives his
formed that the Japanese government
The police of Spokane Falls made a regular appetizer is a had practice. deal of fun among themselves, undone
without pay, and recently wh*
has abolished the export duty on petrated in Jamaica.
raid last Thursday on the opium dens A lth ou gh * very little will do no harm, of their jokes v;as to lay every
his people made up a nice purse 1»
drugs, woven goods, timber, cereals,
Three hundred houses were de of that city, and captured twenty-five yet the continued use of the condi
thing that occurred
spirits, beasts, fuel, etc.
stroyed by an earthquake in the Saba- Chinamen.
ment is liable pi cause liver complaint. One night, when they had been ac him he refused it, saying that huh*
all tho money that ho needed, andth,
Dispatches have been received at ret valley, Asia Minor.
There is great difficulty in landing Warm feed tends to have the same cusing him of something, not now re
the State department from the Amer
The house in which Lord Byron was provisions on Destruction island to stimulating effect without possessing membered, though it is thought it w;is it should bo used for tjjo im p ro v ed «
of tho church.
ican minister at Berlin in regard to born in Loudon will be demolished, to supply the men building the light the injurious qualities of the cayenne.
for capturing a big dog while passing
the Samoan question.
Their co n enlarge a draper’s shop.
—Eight text books have been pub.
The onky way to make roosts is to through Indiana, on oof the boys yelled
tents are withheld from the public.
lished by the State of California !»
The cotton crop this oear will be
The mail service on route from make them on a movable frame, that out: “ What's tho matter with George
use in her public schools, and it it da
United States Consul Willard, at the largest ever made, and will ap Hillsboro to Portland, com m encing may be taken out of d<x)rs, there to
Clark J” And the answer came in- signed in a few years to Bupplant id
Guaymas, Mexico, has sent a dispatch proximate 7,500,000 bales.
February 1, has been increased to six be scalded with boiling water in which stanter: “ He’s all right.” Tho ques
to the State department denying the
is a little cru le carbolic acid. Make tion and answer were immediately tho books published by private cos
A Paris letter states that the whole times a week.
report that a number of American cit
of DeLesscps’ fortune disappeared in 1 John T. Black, under indictment the roosts all on a level and not more taken up by tho Chickasaw Guards and corns. The 'best talent among th,
izens had been killed by the Indians
local educators is employed in writing
the Panama canai scheme.
for the murder c f his brother last May, than two feet high, thereby prevent other companies in tho immediate vi
these books and there are no middii
The Kansas house has passed the died in the county jjiil at Virginia
cinity, and tho night was not far gone men. The State grammar is sold !«
Many leading Senators and Repre
senate resolution favoring the opening City last week.
before the city hail spread throughout 50 cents, a reduction of 25 cents on th
sentatives of all parties scout the idea
of Oklahoma for settlement.
Reports from Helena, Montana, say
W hy more men do not make the tho entire camp. The thing seemed to grammars formerly in use. The prim
of a war l>etween the United States
It cost a Nebraska county nearly that indications point to the fact that dairy pay is because they refuse to be strike every body’s fancy. In using tho of the general history is 80 cents, ia
and Germany. Nevertheless the arm
to run the poor farm last yeai. there will be no little activity in rail lieve that there is any study or inves phrases they all stuck to George Clark’s stead of $1.25 under the old system
ament and equipment of war Bhips
road enterprises in that, vicinity the tigation needed in regard to the care, name, however, and it was several
is being pushed at the various navy- There were but two paupers.
The other books are proportionately»
treatment and management of the days before they began to substitute
The Ht. Lawrence river rose thir com ing season.
duced. A small per cent, of the money
The estimated cost of cutting a ca dairy. If they chance on a success other names. In tho meantime thè reeoived for these books is investri it
Representative Springer will intro teen feet in four hours, last week, and
they call it luck, and if they fail they battery boys began to concertize, as it
duce in the House another omnibus submerged the wharves of Montreal. nal from Lake Washington to the
a sinking fund and it is estimated jut
There is apprehension of trouble Sound, so as to admit deep sea vessels never investigate the matter to see. were. One man would ask tho question in twelve years the publication's!,
bill, providing an enabling act for the
at the top of his voice, and a dozen oth partment will have paid for its plant
admission of Arizona, Idaho and W y during the centennial celebration of to the lake, is $1,500,(100.
Miss Nellie Reach, who was so of a repetition.
ers would shout tlie answer in unison. •and will then be self-supporting. Th
oming. The bill embodies all the the French revolution next summer.
features of the omnibus bill recently
Duiing the past two months Mrs. frightfully stabbed by an unknown • The kind of feeding that keep-fa lot This idea, too,caught tho other soldiers, books thus far issued are highly
passed by the House.
James G. Blaine, jr., has been study man at her home near Coltorr, Cali of pig* or stockers from three to six and it could be heard iu every com spoken of by most of the teachers.
months without grain is a total loss pany's quarters. When tho encamp
Petitions, said to contain the signa ing hard for her debut on the profes fornia, recently, will recover.
William Johnson while trying to of grain; also, a loss of time in the ment broke up, the troops carried the
tures of 14,174,734 persons, were filed sional stage.
S E R M O N S IN CANDLES.
in the Senate at Washington last
A young physician of Fall River, discharge a gun at Hillsboro, Friday, maturing of the animals. That is cry to their homes, but it was suffered T h e E x p e r i m e n t M a d e lip Mr. Sporp»
week, praying for the passage of Sen Mass., is laid up with a disease of the received the whole sharge in the side s.iiftless feeding that carries a lot of to fall somewhat into disuse until the
Nut Very Long
hogs through winter on one class of Louisville Legion went to Washington
ator Blair’s sunday rest bill, and all tongue, attributed to excessive ciga oi the head, killing him instantly.
Mr. Hpurgeon had occasion, sow
were prepared, bill and all, by the rette smoking.
The grand jury of Elko county, Ne feed. The nfeed»of variety brings .them in May, 1887. At that encampment time ago, to speak to a company ol
W om eu’s
vada, calls upon the Elko delegation to the boneyard when grass is almost there were many men who had been at
theological students on the impor
On December 1, three strong earth
to the legislature to vote against the in sight.
St. Louis six years beifire, including tance of using illustrations in their
quakes were felt in Iquique, Peru, lottery bill contemplated by that body.
The coriferress o « the bill to amend
A farmer with considerable exper some of tho Louisville boys, who loss preaching. A student observed that
with an intermission of only from five
the interstate com m erce law upon
who has siloed clover for two no time in reviving their old war-cry. they found difficulty in getting illu»
to nine seconds.
three amendments of
meeting held at North-Yakima, last yeai's, says if it should be left to wilt The legion marched down Pennsyl
trations, whereupon Mr. Spurgeon re
Dr. J. Mille Jenkin, who correctly week, urging the Governor to call a
agree, with the exception that the
on the ground for two hours after cut vania avenue Sunday afternoon, and
marked, in his bluff way, that illustra
H oubc members recede from the one
constitutional convention to adept a ting, and each day’s tilling of the silo went into, camp at the base of the
tions enough might be found in a tal
requiring the commissioners to adopt dnqq>ed dead at Wilkesbare, Penn., of State constitution.
be allowed .to heat before the fresh Washington monument, and by tho
low eundle. This was regarded as u
uniform dasiifications for all rail apoplexy, '.act week.
The Pullman palace car company cover is added, and the sides, not the next afternoon the famous old shout extravagance of speech, whereupon
A dispatch from Sydney, N. S. W., has acquired control of all parlor car Center, kept thoroughly tramped, the
was ringing all around that historic
A letter from the Secretary of the says the German gunboat Olga has companies doing business in this clover will com e out moist and green, shaft. It spread ail over Washington. the great preacher prepared a lecture
Interior in response to a Senate reso taken Malietoa, ex-king of Samoa, to country, with the exception of the and the cattle will relish it a-s From the Washington encampment it to show what might be illustrated by
candles. In delivering his lecture he
lution, says there is not on the files the Marshall islands.
Wagnw, which is used on the Vander thoroughly as summer pasture
spread further than ever, until, by tho used candles of various sizes ant
of his department anything to show
William Pierce, probably the oldest bilt lines.
To make pullets tret along toward time the presidential campaign opened, colors, together with lantepis ani
what part the citizens of Washington convict in New York in point of
The badly decomposed laxly of a maturity with a wonderful accelerated i-t had become universal.—LouisviHe other suitable apparatus. Some d
Territory and Idaho took in volu n continual penal servitude, has l>een
supposed German, about sixty years pace, g-ive them every morning a Courier-Journal.
teer service to suppress the Nez For discharged from the asylum for in of age, was found near San Rafael,
warm feed o f bran and shorts and
witty and keen. A nicely japaaoel
ces war. .
California, last week, in a tree, about ground oats mixed up with milk, or
bfit shut *ip box. filled with fine up
T H ’E C -A 'M 'B L 'S H'ltbMPSV
The report of the commissioner of
A rocking stone in New Marl fifteen feet from the ground. A raised meat stock in which is a little salt. At
usod candles, illustrated an idle anl
schools of Utah, for the year 1888,
noon give a feed of meat, and at night T lie.y A r.e Mtere l u m p s o f F -at, C o l l e c t e d
borough, Mass., is so nicely balanced
says the taxation in the erritory for
A b»ut $!(),(XX‘> of the $50,000 re all the wheat fuey will eat and°a little
that, notwithstanding il weighs many
t ’ n i f f r a F o l d o f i-li-e S*k-In.
and highly colored but unlit candls
school purposes is in insufficient. And
tons, the pressure of a single finger is quired for the establishment of a
Structurally, of course, tho humps ws'pe shown, and with them a
that the leaders of the Mormon
watch factory at Otay, Han Diego dition to tlii% provide green food, are nothing—mere lumps of fat, col
sufficient to move it about ail iach.
rush-light shining as best it coui
church are actively pushing the
county, which a com pany of Illinois crushed bones and pure wate-r, and lected under a convenient fold of the
The Canadian Knights of Lalx-ir a-re
scheme to establish Mormon denomi
big, h-andsome, unlit candi*
capitalist* have been talking of start give each day one heavy feed of brok Ofkin, and utterly unprovided for in the
national schools in each county in the seeking to secure the exclusion of for
ing a*t tha-t place, has been subscriljed. en dishes; they will be eaten with framework of the skeleton. When the might bo Archbishops or doctors i
eign labor from Mte Dominion, and do
divinity, or other persons of cultm*
Surveyor General Green, pursuant avidi-ty.
animal is at its best and well fed, they without piety, and tho bright
©ong-ressnva-n- Morrow-says hit views- nvand that the governm ent» pay no
Freezing of the food and water will arc full and plump, standing up on his light might be some poor boy in1
of the Hunioan a-tlai-r are positive, a-nd more money to secure immigration..
ment at \Vashington, has posted no be one of the difficulties this winter back firm and upright; but on a long
that-the» statu quo Ht the time til?- re-p-
work-shop whose life- is beautiful
JLia-quM« ¿Wilier ha* finished ftie tices calling for bids for the survey of
as usual. The troughs become ice journey they are gradually absorbed Mr. Spurgeon showed an unlighw*
re'serata-twes v f the United- 8*ta*tes, Uer.- ne«el he w*rs t o 0w-ri>te, a\s hiscontri-
the Blackfoot, Fort Belknap and Fort bound and the Soft food freezes rap to keep up the fires that work the heart
ma-ny and« E-ug-la-ird- met, irmat be re htstion tw the litera-ry synd-iea-te. It
Indian reservations in northern idly when the weather is severe. In and legs, and in the caravan camels candle in a splendid silver candlesticl
stored, anid this would neeesska-te t-he is entitled “ Tit* Buried River.” H e-M Ptck
and then a brightly burning
such cases it is best to water the slock which arrive at the coast, the skin
replacement of King M>*-lietw>a in the was en*gaged but six days in its com- w
stuck in a ginger-beer bottle. •
position he was "so unjustly removed position.
hangs over, an empty bag, upon tho showed what a few people might
li*hing communications from convicts in the troughs. If you have no ar creature's flanks, bearing witness to
by the German agents sent to the Mar-,
by combining their good efforts by ®
A remarkable well has just been in the penitentiary concerning the in rangement for warming water, try the
tho scarcity of external food during hibiting the combined light of
struck at Pittsburg, Penn. It pro- human treatmimt of prisoners in that plan of a Western farmer, who heats
o T h e Canadian lumbermen are°re-
duces at one and the same time pure, institution. If the ciiarges are true stones and drops one in the trough the course of his long, forced march candles. The folly of trying to g»
joicin g over a measure which has
cold> water, salt water and a flow of the prison authorities should be re- when the water is pumped in. It is from the interior. A starved small a candle with the extinguisher at; *
been intnaluced in Congress, and
gas that when ignited illumines the movedtforthwith.
better, however, to warm the water, camel in this state of health far moro was shown, and the dark lantern i“E
claim that it will protect the Cana
a boiler or steam-pipe, and if closely resembles a Peruvian llama trated the case of the people who ®
A requisition has bean issued by
dian forests from American invaders.
than any one who has only seen the no effort to let their light shine n.
It is provided that no raft of logs or
The Empress of Germany cannot the Governor o f Oregon to the Gov there is a large number of animals it fine, well-kept beasts in European
men. The lecturer then placed a cm ‘
timber shall tie brought into or taken nse the imperial crown on her coat of ernor of Washington, for the delivery
menageries or zoological gardens could under a bushel and atterward pi*4-
out of any harbor or port^of the Unit arms, but must be content with tlie in- to the sheriff of Multnomah county of
A person who has some old pear readily imagine.
bushel measure under the car.
ed Stales, or brought into or upon any siguia o r the Queen of Prussia. This Morris Johnson, William Ashton, trees that have about run out, asks
But water is even scantier in the the point of which was P^T'0U^, ¡,
of the great lakes, from any part of is the latest token of the filial affec Dick Rogers and Agnes Wixxtward, advice of Popular Gardening and re
charged with the murder of Cuuning- reives the following: Try the plan of desert than food: and against want of snuffing a candle ho extinguis
tion of her eldest boy.
water, therefore, the camel has had to and remarked that Christians 0 ten
hain, iu Portland, last year.
It is stated that a powerful com
digging a shallow trench, say one foot
The prise fight between Prank
pany of capitalists lias proposed to Shepley, of Helena, ami John Cronin,
Arniinta Gardner, of Union county, deep, six to eight feet away from the provide himself, functionally at least, a like mischief by unwise rebu o*
the government a plan to defend the of New York, which t«x>k place at has been placed in the insane asylum body of the tree, and throwing into if not structurally, quite as much as criticisms. The folly of burning
entrances to the harbors by forcing Missoula Friday, was a remarkably at Salem. Hhe is but sixteen years this a liberal supply of sod.», leaf mold, against want of herbage. His stomach candle at both ends was
petroleum to the surface of the water bru'al affair. Cronin was knocked in- i0'4, ami has been a mother for the ashe-s lime and manure and covering has accordingly acquired the power of The last illustration was a num6e‘ .
through pipe* laid at the bottom, and sible and seriously injured.
past fifteen months. The author of with earth, and then cut away all dead acting as an internal reservoir, and he lighted candles of various hues?
igniting it with a burning bomb, thus
her ruin, an I also of her insanity, is limbs and give the body and limbs a can take in as much w ater at the Bahrs together on one stand, represe ;
At Boston Sumlay George Gretien- named Wiggins, and is serving a’ ten good coat of whitewash. W e have or \\ adys, where he rests for awhile on the Church's true diversity m
creating a sea of fire through which
the enemy’s fleet must pass. An ex- gar, aged twenty, held up his father years' sentence for the outrage.
seen old peach trees renewed beyond his toilsome march, as will supply his all the different branches burning^
|ieriment is soon to be made, the nec with a pistol and secured $10. After
needs for four or five days together. one stem and for one purpose. ^
Jacob Wilkerson, the colored man beliei by this process.
ward he attempted to hold up his
essary apparatus being now ready.
There are some differences in this one in tho audienceasked if the
In some cases a large barnyard
Germany's views of the Samoan
for forty-five years, for the murder of might well be divided into two or respect, however, between the twjo did not give the best light, * here jj
muddle ^ u i the Zanzibar question, shot two policemen before he sur- a woman in Han Francisco, was par
chief varieties of the camel. The ¿Mr. Spurgeon said he wa* not
more smaller ones for different classes
causes distruct in English admiralty reudred.
doned in 1876 on the condition that oi live stock. A fruitful source of loss African kind is most abstemious, and that and thought many oftne
Mysterious silsnee is maia-
would be the better for anot er r
Libby prison is to go to Chicago. he would leave the State and never
is the keeping of weak animals with best adapted to sandy deserts; the
tained regarding Germany’s naval The work of taking apart the old return. He went to Honolulu, but
ping. The lecture was
vigorous on es; young
with old •
Among leading men structure is now going on in Rich returned a few days ago, and was
horse* with cattle, sheep and hogs! better-watered country, is larger and great
in Washington the idea prevails that mond, V a , and as the bricks and recognized by the police and warned
By letting one set of animals out of stronger, but less patient of hunget Spurgeon at his best, but it
the present truble lietween this coun beams are displaced th“ y are num to leave. He was arrest«! Thursday
stable« or pens at one time and another, and thirst, while at the same time it mains true that only the man o f ^
try will have a tenden \\ to cause Con bered so that the building can he put night on the charge of drunkenness,
can manage to subsist and to make its can find illustration* in common ^
gress to vole surtb-ient money for the together again just as it sLxxl in Vir and is tow in the city prison. The it may be possible to get along with a
single yard, yet the best plan, when way into somewhat rockier and more —nermons in stones or • ¿n
proper protection oi our coast cities ginia. The interior of the old prison police will ask Governor Waterman
The preachers are few who
s to be used as a sort of war museum. to revoke Wilkerson's pardon.
the mines of natural analogies
ulur Science Monthly.
E R S IN A P E N IT E N T IA R Y .
PEA R AN D PEACH TREES.