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for TfilS DAILY SUN, FftlDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. -- ______ -- - - - - . . · _-LJ.-._L--II ·· ~ ___ -. . . - . - · - . . " " · - *-·· - . f * . · - . - - . . _ ' . ' T _____ -- t -.i-- _-- _ _ _ _ _ _ --- _-- - - - - I T - - _-r.-i _-- - - -- ___ -- ___________ -- - -- - MBS, LEASE Removed Prom Kansas Board of Charity. THIS -IS- DONE TCMPROMOTE HARMONY. Prospect ot Lively Fight Politics. in Kansas Dec. 09.--The Populiwt camp Iras yesterday afternoon thrown into the Wildest excitement by the act of Governor liewvllinj* in 'rrmoVim? Mrs. Wnry E. Lease from the state boitrcl of charities. This WAS itone no doubt iu anticipation of tho war which Mr«i. Lease'wan preparing to lU'oliive.aRHi.nfit tjae ^tato udminhv trutiun. Governor'Lewblfyitg sfiid: "I do nut want to say nr$tch'nbcmfc it. want fvii to be careful-tb^iuote me correctly, J have removed -Mx/t. Lease in the interest of horrnojiy a$ good govern mout. Tht«e seems to be some-·'lock ol harmony In the charitable institutions ol the Htnto and considerable tr.au blciu the board, and I concluded th'at Mrs. Lease's rqmoval was tho remedy, arid i accordingly removed her. Thafc'n nil Miave to nay about it thin afternoon." She Wants* Ni Bemorvats. Mrs. Lvnso, who v,-«» up to 13 o'clock ^ritd of the state board of charities. w«-' f t thf city to confer with the Populist Ii'ttdors nboiit tho recent pleftion of (it'ow F. Timber to bo steward of thti cicaf and dumb a s y l u m at ( H a t he by tbe voti"* »l \V. A. ltiutt'holU c laid \V» S, Wnite, the K o p u b t i L i u t UK'mborfl of I h u board. ' · K i t h e r he K ot "' ° 1 ' I »" said Mrs. Jicaw, and nlie Htampt'd her foot tp n\- phasixo tho assertion. This was before her removal wan announced. "It IH u filiation ul! pi'iiu-iplo with me. First, J sni a Populist of tho middle-of- the-road tort, and don't believuiri appointing I)«nivrrnts to office Next, good Populists have bt*,-n ignored, and, lastly, 1 am opposed to Timber, biuuisi' he was up pointed (n Rocuri; the be'»r-lvinkinj; element of t h e « t a t o for the People's party next year I am not t h a t k i n d of a Pop- u l i s t . I flo not believe in i" i n p r o m i s i i i f t w i t h w ronjr i n any shape or toriu. It is certain Tuulter w i l l have to be i-etired or I ·hall quit the hoard." Tho removal of MM. Lease iva? n thorough surprise, ft Is not believed the re- m o v a l was wholly caused by the row in the board, for that has been of lony staiui- iui* and WHH open and notorious. That, somebody bad to c^o has beeu krunvu for HOIIIO m o n t h s , for Mrs. Lease on the one sido and Mr. Householder and !Mr. W a i t e o n tho other coulrl never harmoniously work, but it was 110(5 intended to let ifc bo Mrs. Lenso until yesterday, when intelligence was brought to the prvprnor that Mrs. LCMSU had not hurled the hatchet. The removal means tho administration has accepted MrM. Lei'se's chnllon^o to battle. The contest will be f u l l of live and interest. Mrs. L(.'»se takes her removal like a trained p o l i t i c i a n . Phe «t»iiil to a ivpoitor: "Yen, T have been officially informed of my decapitation. 1 had had it h i n t that; it was coming. Her Kxptamitlon. "Bufe Governor Lewelling.oughtto have tolsl you tho reason. It wus because I went to him yesterilayaud ma'ica demand upon him, (uofc u request, m i n d you)--a demand t h a t at the e x p i r a t i o n of tho term of Mr. Yoe, a Republican member, next April, .T. H. ICenucdy, a Populist editor of \Yilsoii county, be appointed. I know that w i t h Mr. Kennedy ou tho board wo could run tho institution in a businesslike wny and pret- rid of the political schemes to which the board now reorts. The governor seoms to like that way of l u l m i n i s r r r n u r our state charities. "But it fs all right. If G'o\ et-rior Iiewell- inpr can stand ifc I can. I will 'saw wood' nnd wait, as tho politicians .say. I am no politician, but. you m:iy congratulate Governor LewelUua; upou downing tho test f r i e n d and most s y m p a t h e t i c worker the People i party has in the state of Kansas." Audience Wns Siuull. BOSTON, Dec. £ ' -- A mass meeting was held iri the Oudlev s t r i c t Opera liouso last evening to irotest against I he passage of tho \Vil«ou bill. A bout'i~i() people wore present, nnfl resolutions were adopted e t a t i n g that the passage of t Ue AViNon b i l l w i l l have a most di-.a-.tnws elt'ect upon the iadtistries w h i r h g i \ e the peo- pk *mployineut or w i l l cut down ft-nges to iihout tiio level of the working people of Kurope. __^ PrnM*1i» Plcftrts Not CUillty, POK'lI. \ \ O , ^!e , Dec. '-29.-- Augustus M. Prow da «)is arraitcned before Judge Oojifd charged with tho luunler of lii.s mother-in law, I\lrs. Wai hit rg Meyer, at Y a r m o u t h , Nov. "H. Prawda ])leaU'd uot giiilty. He waived a h n arinK and was re- innxided to j a i l , to tome before the g''and jury at the January term of tho superior court. Mother .rts Her Child. NEW YOKK, Dec. 2',*--Justice Ingrahnm of the supreme court h«s decided that. Mrs. Alice U. G a u l t s h n l l have the custody of tho 2-yenr-old child IMadfjre. now in tbe possession of its father, Robert J. Gault, whose brother married Kva L. Maun of Kobort Kay Hamilton fame. General Cninpn^' Asuu-isiiiutlon. Kn\ YOISK, Uec. 29. -- The steamer G e o r y o t i C'lyde brought news of tho reported outbreak In San Domingo and the k i l l i n g ot (renernl Joafjuin Canipas. Campas was murdered by one of the conspirators because he was a zealous partisan of President HenutvoifC. Chnrgtnl W i t h Wife 3Turiler. WoRCEsrKK, Mass., Dec. '."» --Johanna Graves, aged t. 1 :). u i f ( of William "W. Bravos, died at Hotel A l b i o n , a boarding house, yesterday, and her hushnnd vuis immctliately arrustetl, charged w ith causing her tlcatlh. flic Conmli»i I'at'iHo's Acitilsltton. MoNTlTT'AI., Dec. 5M --It is rumored that. the Canadian Pacific road l i a ^ secured control of tho R i c h e l i e u and Ontario Navigation company. It is expected that an announcement will be made iu a day or two. Costly Curiosity. QujxcTf, MHS?., Dec. 20.--Kdward Cun- Beff, nged 14, of Atlantic, while crossing a field, picked up a strange object and examined it. It was a blasting cartridge. and only tbe ring and little fluger remain on his baud now Ilomid unit Iti-.llxjl. QnoToN, Mass., Dec. :i(.--M^iss KHza Blood, a wealthy maiden lady Iu ing iu a remote part ot the town, was robbed of a considerable sum of money, said to be *8OOO. Tho burglars entered a window »nd, wizing tbe lady, bound her hands b(»hlnd her, and also tied lier feet. They threw her shawl over her head and ·earch«d the hacuv feUtiaj! all that epuld ·9 ^i" AN 1NFKHNAL, tTlilcb 1* Raid to Kara Be«n,Iote«ded For l*r«»ldeiit Cfv'vMand. DENVER, Deo. 29.-- A special from Iiove- land bays: An infernal machine was picked up in an'alleyherejby A O-year-old boy, who took it home. It was a wooden box about four incites fuare, neatly wrapped and addressed to '"The President, Executive Mansion, "\A^hington, D. C." On the lid was written. "Complintenta of a Colorado mine." The box contained some chemical compound mixed with gunpowder and a cap When removed would explode it. The chemical comTM position of the contents of the box is not known, but that it was an explosive* of considerable power has been proved by experiment. Who prepared the ma» chine, or what was his object, is a mystery. _ __ Fall Biver'H Big FALL RIVER, Mass., Doc. 29.-- Fire, probably of incendiary origin, was discovered in the row of wooden buildings fronting on South Main street, opposite city hall, last evening. The flames quickly worked havoc throughout the entire Structure, which was occupied for business purposes. The loss is- in the vicinity of $50,000. *he police are invastigating, In a Bad Fix, TtFFi\', O., Dec. S».-- After ex-Governor Footer had completed his negotiations to secure the funds to settle at 50 cents op the dollar, Assimiee Gornaley says that errors have boeii discovered in the work of appraisers u hich will yequirp Mft Poster to raiso a much larger sum than at lirst rcpovtejj. _ A I'amoiis Socialist. PAIUS, Dee. :J9. -- Victor Prosper Consid- eraut , the social reformer and disciple of Fouriw\ is dead. It, was Considerant who introduced into Texas the .application of his social sy, 1 - tern, known as the Phalan- Btere, and he eventually established a socialist colony at La Reunion, Tex. Charged With Murdev. BOSTON, Doc. 89.-- -Mary i£ane, who is charged with murdering Mllen Kane by mixing paris Rrceu with whisky, was arraigned in the municipal criminal court yesterday. She waived examination and wus held for the grand jury. A Loss of «3T5,OOO. DALLAS, Dec. SO, -- A tire which broke out at m i d n i g h t in Rosenbaum's dry goods .store at Jlillsboro was the most destructive that ever occurred there. An entire block was wiped out. Loss, $275,000. FROM OUR 5 O'CLOCK iTOKW Of Yeatevdayt NO RECEIVER Judge Nelson's Absence Checks the Action. .T. HART IS THE CHOICE OF BOND HOLDERS. Climax of the Present Situation. Railroad By Telegraph to THE Sux. BOSTON, Dec. 28. On account of tbe absence of Judge Nelson today, a receiver for the New York N«w England road was not appointed. Counsel for the road made application to Judge Coit for an appointment but be declined. William T. Hart of Boston is the choice of the bond holders. There will bejilo opposition to his appointment. WAS~1T A CASE? MAN REPORTED AFFLICTED WITH SMALL POX ESCAPES. Moody school. It is ianother-^jlaas proposed to »fternooo. form He Sharpened HI» Hatchet. John Young has provided himself 'with a broad ax, to hew High, prices down to a notch where the poor people pan reach them. He announces a big slaughter sale 'in today's paper, and will open the new year with a rush of business. This is no bluff he says. Call at h'is store dll Central street. ·_ Card of Thank*. John P. Maboney, the winner of THE SUN house lot, wishes to cortvoy to his many friends and supporters his sincere thanks for their liberality in aiding him in tbe contest and placing him at the head of the list by such a handsome vote. He will ever appreciate the kindness shown him by his numerous friends and wHl be only too happy to reciprocate the favors extended should any opportunity present itself. Wants the Cape Diamond. BIUJLIV. Oec. ','().--It is stated that Km- poror William is trying to purchase the new Cape iliamoud, stiid to be the largest in the world aud more valuable than the Kohinoor, weighing 071 carats. Loft All to His family. NEW YOHK, Doc. 29.--Tho will of Banker George C. Matjouu .shows the estate to consist of $120,000 in real estate and $700,000 in personal property, all of which goes to his wife and three children. But One JUfu Saved. ritM::, Dec. '.?!».--There was a terrific gale at Port Phillip. Tho steamer Alerf, from Port Albert to Melbourne, \V(is wrecked oil Jubilee Point. Only one life was saved. Brush Xeuies a Ittimor, CM5VFLAND, Pep. 29.--Charles F. Brush, of tbe Brush Electric company, says there Is no truth in the ivport that application bus been rhude for a receiver for the General Klectri£._ Marines Fought Police. BERLIN', Deo. '-'ft.---News has been received to tho etTect that n body of military police in the Cameroons recently mutinied and pillaged the government house. A detachment of marines from the (fermau cruiser Hyena defeated the mutineers aud refrained possession of the government biiildinK- Wns PlayiriK Santa Clans. MOTJNT VERNOV, N. V., Dec. 20.-- Mrs. McLean, a well-known society woman of this city, \viw seriously burned at- a Christmas festival for poor children. She represented Hautn, Claim and wore a costume of cotton bnttinr. A cnndlw set fire to her dress nnd she wns badly burned. Her condition is eritiesl. Hoard of Health Jiiv-stl«;ated But Wore Unable to Find the Alleged Patient. The report that a man, suffering from small pox had run away from his home on Kinsman street, last night, created quite a «tir about town this morning, as might naturally be expected. To have patients suffering from the disease but conlined in isolated houses was bail enough; but to think of a man afflicted w ith the much dreaded sickness, at large in the community makes one shudder. It seems that the board of health was notified last evening of a new case of small pox upon Kinsman street by Officer Provencher. Tho bosyrd investigated immediately, but could find no trace of the disease. This gave rise to the rumor that the man had escaped from the house and was already at large. Many people believed it, and to a Sux man this moraine; a man said he had it on the best of author ity that a man having the small pox did run away from his home last evening when he heard that the board of health had been notified. Agent Knapp of the board of health spoke as follows to a SUN reporter: "Last night wo received word from the police station that a new case of small pox had been discovered up on Kinsman street. Iho report seemed to be well authenticated. We went up there and searched all around but could find no one there suffering with the disease. This probably «ave origin to the rumor that has been circulated. "No new cases have been reported and advices received from the pest house state that the patients there are on the road to recovery. Vaccination will be continued anil any person desiring to be vaccinated can be treated any afternoon or evening." Dr. Harrington's laick. A despatch from Washington announces that Dr. Thomas F. Harrington has been appointed a member of the boa^d of ex- aming surgeons at Lowell. Dr. Barrington is being qo'ngratulated by his numerous friends. The first he heard of the appointment was in a congratulatory dispatch from a friend in Boston. WKat The People Want. What the people want Is a clean, bright and reliable newspaper that gives an account of passing events in tbe most readable form, and without a padding, of miscellany that nobody wants to read. THE SUN gives the news, botli local and telegraphic, and can be relied upon to give all the nows while it is fresh, usually a day ahead of its contemporaries. Tun SUN is spjd for a cent a copy, or delivered 1 to subscribers for k -25 cent^ a month. |TH KIND i THAT CURES! RRAO HIS OBITUARY. to a Kew Woman »rul Tlu-et- riiilclrrn Killed. H A K K O i ^ B L R f f , Ky., Doc. 20.-- Thomas Rtinsdnll, HVIUR near Bohon, awoke to find his house In flames, ile called to his wife to ·\vnko thcii- threft children, who were slei-pingc upstaivs. She went to fol- :ow his instruction, but the house collapsed, and she tnul three children perished. _ Mysterious Woman Creates Suspicion. CHICAGO, Deo. 2',). -- It is repotted that a Juror has observed a mysterious woman who daily attends the Conghlin trial app a ' o n t l y cmleavorrngc to coniTnuniczvte w i t h him. The state's sittoi-neyB have become suspicions thnt she is trying to tamper A\ ith the jury in tho prisoner's behalf. Prt-slilpiit Vlsitrd JIurned "\V\snixtrTov, Dec. 99. -- A letter received nt the ofHce of the llc;hthotiso boavd in re- Kind to the h n r n i i i K of the Liower Cedar Point (Md.) lityht house indicates that the presidr-nt mid Sctretaries Gresham and CarlKU- vimterl tle scone of the fire \Vetl i\e^ila Singular Incident Occurring Bedford Man. By Telegraph to THB Sox. NEW BKDFOIJD, Dec.* 28.--Hon. Warren Ladd received a rude shock at breakfast today when he opened his morning paper and read of his own death. It did not add to his pleasure to find that the news had been telegraphed throughout the country. The announcement was due to a blunder in telephone transmission announcing the demise of Mr. Ladd's son-in-law. Mr. Ladd is alive and well. o. F. SAMPSON, Mr.jsh!ldcJ,Mnss. SAKSAPAIUIXA Co. GEsrsi--About two ywursagol l» lnm« l»«ck, which nt timcf El wn3 eonflnvit to my I«a lor ilayi nt a |time 1 coiuultcO iliffcrent Phyufclaiu, «omepro-l liiuimccd it Ijtimlmgo, some Kheunuvtumi ^ortlie Musclt-», otr. I rrci'u«t no p«rma-| i n i nt aid Iruin llii-in I £»t sa Imil I WM In puin f · all Uio time. At lost I thought I would try DANA'S , if H lid me no tomi I could gtt my money! ihuck. TJie first Ijottu 1 liclppd me. I ha\c takenS iflve tottle»nn!the puin IH nil Kune. II = fcfl nke u new iic-rion. Truly QANA'S III |"The Kind That Ciire»." " Kesp'vyinirs, O. F. SAMPSON. mm (!ENTI.FME.- -- I lullcvc Mr. Sampson'. «tnte- = ^Sliicnt is true. Kospi ttfullv yours, ^B lA'TIIER P. HATCH, Merchant. Hi Sfarshfleld, JIas». j33 M Dana Sarsaparllla Co., Belfast, Maine. ,·! , Overhauling the Pension Bureau. WASHINGTON-, Deo. it') --General changes in the personnel of the pension bureau are expected to be m.uie next Tuesday. Most of these changes \\ ill hu promotions, while a lar^e number of reductions are expected. A fe\v dismissals may be ordered. _ ____ ____ A Genuine Ti-Up. HARTFORD, Dcu. »S) -- The freight yards In Kuat Hurtford ave ehokeil up with freight trains, and only a few trains wero allowed to go east. 'Ten Baldwin locomotives, leased by the road, are at work. All other engines are stored in the roundhouse. with flres drawn. If the attachment is not released today freight will tw unloaded at the east end by the con- siynee-v _ ______ Tho lluttie Turner ioe«4 tp Pieces. B VTIF, Me., Dec. 90. --Schooner Hattie Turner, ashore on Small Point beach, hns gone to piece's, and the dargo, 9,000,000 eliintrles, is ^c.-ifctc'red along tho beach. The M»rau Towboat company saved some apacs. ___ ___ Htmi1!t Kvnns Free. S VN Vu \cisro, Dec. 2S). -- A report from Fresno s,-»ys that Chris Evans, the noted bandit, has es»i pert from jail. City Mar- Sbnl Morgan iittornpted to arrest him and haa shot, but not dangerously. \VDtoil Kill Iispleasi' Them. Cooi'KKsrowN, N. Y., Dec. 29. -- Tho American Cheviot Sheep Breeders' asso- .ciation .-idopted resolutions protesting against the Wilson tariff bill in. Wool on the free liat. Meyer Ijvadtt In the Race. BOSTON, Uec. 29.-- Frank P. Bennett haa withdrawn from the nice for speakership Of tbe house of representatives. This leaves Mr. Meyer as-the foremost candidate. A low. MICK OFFICE, ralteble for doctor or den- tlst, to let in TttESB* building, ADDITIONAli T^OCAUS. Councilman-elect Riley of Ward Six 3s out and around. Ilev. Fr. Ronan Las just completed his ten years as pastor of St. Peter's church. Dr. James E. Leary has been appointed assistant surgeon in tbe Baltimore city hospital. The only intention recorded at the city clerk's office today was William 11. Tnitcholl, Holyoke, 46, to Mary A. C. Wood (nee Dunn), 30. It should have been mentioned in tbe biographical sketch of John P. Maboney that he is a member of Division 2, A. O. H., and also of the Holy Name society of St. Petei's church. 13oth societies aided him very freely. A aioodiy attendance was prespnt at an illustrated lecture on "lioyal Edinburgh" by Dr. Court at the Presbyterian church last evening. The lecture was very interesting and was beautifully illustrated by stereopticon views. Mr. and Mrs. John Holland, Miss Kittie Holland, Miss Julia Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elynn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brady, Mrs. Henry Roake, Miss Katie Roake and John Flynn of Lowell attended the wedding of John F. Sweeney of East Weymouth and Miss Lizzie A., daughter of Robert tlniac, at St. Mary's Catholic church, Randolph, yesterday afternoon. Manual Training. The school for the instruction in manual training is now in successful operation in the common council chamber of tbe old city halt. But twenty-seven pupils can be accommodated in a class and five classes arc now held weekly, the scholars being taken from the first classes of the grammar schools; Monday from 4 to 6 a class is taught from the Butler and Edson schools; Monday evening from 7 to 9 from the Green and Pawtuckct schools; Tuesday evening from the Highland school; Thursday evening Iroui the Varnuni and Bartlett schools and Friday, evening from the DIPHTHERIA, This is an exceedingly grave, constitutional malady; the powers of life break down, with a peculiar affection of the throat, false membranes being a very prominent feature. The extremely dangerous character of this disease demands attention and ELLINC WOOD'S COUGH BALSAM If taken in time, will prevent the d i ease from gaining headway,* and cure the patient. PUEPAKED BY Ellingwood Co. PHARMACISTS, Merrimack Street, opp. Post Office. 109 Central Street, Hamilton Drug Store. And Solrt Ijy Grocers and Drusetsts evory- wlinre. Only HBc. for n trial-size bottle We have Vaccine Points fresh every day. IT'S A KiiLLSTONE About*a y o u n g man's neck to be a sufferer from nervous exhaustion, nervous debility, impaired memory, low spirits, irritable temper, and the thousand and one derangements of mind and body that result from, unnatural, pernicious habits, c o n t r a c t e d through ignorance. Such habits result in loss of manly power, wreck tbe constitution aud sometinjes produce softening of the brain, epilepsy, paralysis, and even dread insanity. To reach, re-claim and restore such unfortunates to health and happiness, is tuo aim of the publishers of a book written iu plain but chaste language, on the nature, symptoms and curability, by home treatment, of such diseases. This book will be sent sealed, in plain envelope, on receipt of ten cents in stamps, for postage. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, fifiB Main St., Buifofo, N, Y. The Richest Man in the World when Us'ing would give more than half hfs wealth to live five years longer, and at the end of five years lie ^vonld a.unin try for another term and would you blauie'him? Lite is so sweet, especially if you have little children depending upon you for tUoir support. Hfw the Uoiiest rather and mother pray that they may live long enough to see them grow up lo bo good men and gooxj women. Now tin re sine certain rules which must be obeyed if you desire to enjoy good health. The most important rule of all is, be temperate In all things; never indulge beyond a teellng of fullness. Sleep tit leai,t eight hoiirs.and In the morning when you arise, remember that your stomach is empty and do not overload it fliihout taking something to assist digestion, and jou should know because doctors have said so often, that wine is the best tonic that can bo taken. Wine has been the drink of the huhnaii race since and perhaps ne- fore the first Ciiribtinns. And now during the holidajb you sUiiuUl Unve pome by all means. Persons in good health noed it In order to keep so, and those persons who are delicate should have it by all me.-uis, and anv person who is sick but too poor to buy U can set a bottle for nothing upon tile order ot* nny jjlijciriaii in Lowell by calling at the Globo hotel, iorJban. street Price of port or sherry por Iiottle,:i5 cents; three bottles $t.OU, five bottles, si.50. N !5.--Because I sell thlh wine so cheap di not condemn it, because it Is as j;ood as you get for t« ice the money. JOHN WAKIIUUTOIS, il»be iiolel. Order by mail or telephone, Jso. '21-'2. FEED'H. ETHIER, Undertaker and Funeral Director. All orders promptly attended to. Warerootus, 33» Moody Street. Residence, 411 bloody Street. Livery Miiblc, 64 Ford Street. For a well stocked and carefully selected stock of drugs, likewise a flue line of Toilet Articles, visit the Ward One Drug Store, MV. H. SHKKHAZS, MSOP. 246Hfiatket, Cor. of Adams Street. IOOOOOOOOOO* ) Health«!-Canvyou,buy Q it? Yes, when it Beecham's Pills [GUINEA! A to cure Biliousness headache. (Tasteless) Indigestion and Sick- 95 cents a box. BIJOU THEATRE EIWAR1 C. JRABCOM, Manager ENTIRE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY, DECEMBER 25TH. Matinees Monday, Wednesday Saturday. WORLD'S FAIR SPECIALTY CO, Funny Comedians, Sweet Singers, Graceful Dancers. Second jreek's engagement of the Popular Favorites: OKOUOE K. FISHKH, In bis Kenowjied Chlnose Specialties. THK COHAN FAMILY, In a Now High Class Comedy Act. «*KOKOK COHAN, In a New and Tleasing Specialty. I1A--TIMS «OK£f.I.Oli--WIIX. In a New Comedy and Aoroluitio Act. The pcrformnncG closes with a tunny afterpiece.- Popular Prices: 10, 20, 30c. How'sYourtutBace? "Eisme it^wamvoiking in good order. Cailou W. A. Mack Co., For aasistanced^you- nead it. Order a new ^tirnaceiflt once. Wehslvethffbest stock of RANGES, PARLOR STOVES, And Kitchen: Equipment in New England. 25 BHATTUCK STREET, Music - Hall Thursday, Friday and Saturday The Beautiful Romantic Drama THE MAN OF DESTINY .Mr. Meldon, Miss Tucker and* full strength i of stock company, Ttro3rAs WATsowin a new Pantomime, Humpty Dumpty Love in a Tub, Last Three Nights of the Ulckett'*. REGM.AK PK1CKS, 10, 2O, 3O, Mntiuee Saturday at 3.30 Great Slaughter Sale oC Christmas Goods At YOUNG'S BARGAIN STOKE, 111 Central Street. Last week wo cleared out several large lot* of desirable Christmas Goods for mauufncturers and jobbers at little over half pri,ce. To make* tilings lively thia week we will offer the same at »a very amnU profit on cost For Instance: I desire to thank the public for the large volume of trade I received lajjt week, and In taut all the season. 1 intern! to liave A great Slaughter Sale all next week. This is to be iny contribution to the poor, selling goods at cost. HANBKKKCHIKFS. So Printed Bordered Handkerchiefs, le each. 8e Plain Hemstitched and Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, now Be each. I2c Plain Hemstitched and Embroidered Handkerchiefs, only 8c each. 13c Embroidered and Scalloped Bordered Handkerchiefs, lUo each. 20c Handsome Embroidered Handkerchiefs 12 l-2c ouch. 37 l-2c .Elegant Embroidered Handle; chiefs 200 each. '00 doz. Ladies' .Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs, JOe each, well worth l,jc each. 75 doz. 3Ladi*-8' Beautiful Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs 32 J-2 e each. lo doz. .Ladies' tJapnneso S}lk Handkerchiefs, Mexican Borders, worth from 37 to OOc ench. Your choice 25c each. A large liuo Silk Brocade Handkerchiefs 23, 3.1, 10, 75e each. 10 doz. 81.00 Large white Mufflers only 91 each. (Souls' White and Colored Bordered Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 5 to 25e each. We are headquarters for Pockotbooks and Shopping Hugs. We carrry the largest line in this city, 50c Shopping Bags now 25c each . 75c« Shopping Dags for 49o each. 9»o Shopping Mags for75ceach,| $1 3D Shopping Bags for 98o each. and finer goods $1.13, $1.25, Si. 49, 91.69 and *^ 00. Don't buy till yon have seen our Hnej it will be money in your pocket. Our line of Pocketbooks Is Immense. All the ^novelties In the market from 0JO, 12, 15, 20, 21, ·35 and '»e. This is fully 33 per cent, less than Merrimacfc street prices, ana AMMONIA 5c. Per Bottle. KETCHUP 5c. Per Bottle., TRY IT. THE BOSTON~BRANCH GROCERY Old No. 199 Middlesex St. Kew No» 455. CALKU 1. SMITH*.......*,. w ...,Proprietor, CALENDARS NOW READY FOR CUSTOMERS, AT Wm. Kittredge Co. Office: 38 MIDDLE STREET. Yard: Foot of POND STREET. E. E. mix, 297 Central Street, Opp. Church, WiBhe* to cull tho attention of the city that h» has ;i complete VHP of IIUO'JS, SHUhS and KVBBEKS ttt. prices wbleb will defy competition. Call and eXMmiftje our $2.00 BOOTS before you sewhere. GK W. Harrington Bro., W«inifnctuier%of (,h5 Finei.t Carbonated Soda Beverages \n the City The choicest line of Lager and Stock Ales Iu tbe city. Family Trade a Specialty. Order by Telephobo 348-4. BREAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE. ·We ent to live and live to oat. If you want to live long and die huppy cull at And B«t noiun of hta celehratuil C'reaiu iread. to We carry the.begt^heapest, and»largest Hue of Aprons in Lowell. 15c \Vhite Lawn Aprons for lOc. 20e Large Gingham Aprons for 12}^c, A Handsome line of Embroidered Lawn JCnmbric Aprons, 15, 20, 2Sc each. Gfic Aprons for 8Ucjt99s Aprous now 49o, just half-price, TOYS. 25c Indestructible Dogs, Cats, Monkeys, Stuffed with Good Hair, not J'xoelsiov, Buch as you llud in other stores, lOc each. Small sizes Sc each, and lot of of other bargains at the only Bargain store. In Lowell. Conio everybody. Open every evening. You can all 'get Bargains there. Picnic Partfe* Supplied. 8O Ol* WATSON, I*. MULL1N WINSLOW, Dealers- -In O O 408 Gorham Street. Arthur M. Bertrand, (Successor to'E, t W-.'1SKrgent,) MCRCHAN7 TAILOR. FI.NE TAItORINO 4 BPECIAtTY. 14 Middle Street, Lowell, MBBR. Ion« Gas Light Company OFFICE: WANT CQLWVIM i nn4»r chl* . ftrtt Inter- Lf* FKf PK. J . bunnh j mid fntlL nauwo, orihuftok atroeti'Vil box dil. wjuro, by w«y of OEMe «« pom oCltH* . ty ol Idroftu II. I. 1'. PAN-TO JT wlu'a, 41)4 ·ttect. pair llnld- »eri ._ · to ftftVo-SMbW rtmaqk. ~ id- F to _ _ _ L OST-- Plain cijlT button Twtu Initial SJ. irt wrcitline nmtoU Uacksoo bulk L C»8T-tn l«dy ( » co en Inside »v«r. Rewa 6f af nioitognun 'UN OfflCO T7OK HAT.K-- In \Viirt Flvo now cottnao JC lur«c lot of land.alloonin«t«il room and paulrj. tw mills. 1'riea very lowv riniack sueet. io OM oiwty terjuy: O. LvHubbard, t\t Ilia r.KT--A ffftl uHtfora »t. of «lx i*oom8 ima baiti on O. ». raoii iiill, cor. Jfufrimiiolrao.! Dridgn hi. l^Olt SAI/K.»~.1")io beet lodging I" Iu t,ovKoll. Roanm alvTai'H VwntO.a. Tills Iff* lnr««lu tf you want fc lodgltttf Itoui*. Ol L. Darn, 11 Merrlsnack hlphot. L OST--A tninll blucK and tui dog In Oio vicinity of Jnoksou street. Ilewurd at 19 Untu- Ulon corporation. I F VOU WANT to inaJco an old pull or ov.cr- oout look iio\v,liav« 11 rlean'otl und rupntnvlby Thomas r«lny, 41 1'iMra sircci. Send iiosljll ' foi yonr Boodw. T IO IIC1' -TcucFiiunU m good location. «. ___ Klmbali, _ 17OR SAK1E.-- A 4-«onop»mt block. J; OHO, runta for S2K per month, built but atfew years, 2710 li-ot of Iniui, near ci^itoi- of ttoo city hnd one of tins Iw-fet j)l'"!8 f property on our f(tr invuminenl, pried ^J3«0. Fish l'Uiimn«r,I37 Central « lent. 8A J.K.-- Six of tho best furina ne»r eli for tho money o\cr olfured for »al«t. csirs flnd depot. Jl jou want tt farm or laVil not fall to o*ll. O. L. Jlubbnrd, 11 Morrlmaok T OT Of l.AND-- Foster street, 75WW feet. Lj Lie* niidnay between MiddMwex nnd W*wt- ford Btrects. Oeo. D. Klrnball, room U KUnela Wook^cor. TjWK .1. BU -- A 2-»t»ry iK.onciupiit UOUH«, tow ) from Hninllton anil Aiiytotpa corporo- i, ill rent fttr $2r per inr.i:ih, u rttre,opportu nlly for im-ebtmcnt, |rlcv VtlOO. F\hh , Plum- mcr, 137 Cent rid Mtreot. \J luonib (.·ojiTeuiBjiily arranaud. Stable con- npctlon, TflOO feel ol Iniul, fruit trce» lit prlmo cotidltloii. Prlo« *-.'^(V). U.-o [. KlmMll, room 0 uuneln hlocfc, «r. ltvliu««li-o(iv, of 7 rooms, near hoivso, in good re- iiir tliroughout, a b»r«uiM at prlfce ^IWX). JKIsh : Plummar, 137 Central nl rcet. f 'OIl SALE.--A cottage Mooio stH'iH, oorni-r Jot SALE--A ulco cottaRe house of 7 roonw _ and «lied all li lml of -oiilit(oii, g»M t cuincnt- »d oi'llar. fsewor connoolinns, concrate walkn, (Jooil lot of lauJ room for stiihlc. ^Ituatoit tn nf tlio Iiost loc'Bllniis in the Hlgl)lai«l8, Kow tt«fiBfro. lorftl xtn-nt--Price $1000; Klttt PIoYn- mor, 13? Contrnl ntret. SAJ.K--On SuHolk Btrcet, U'linniont _ block. Pnn li! [er omit, near mills, alwny* routod, Thf» Is a gyoti clni(i.;« for any vmti want- to invc'81. ;. L. jiiiobard, ll'Merrlnutok slioet. F OR SALE-At Mltldlwiex Village, » neat ootlsBo ot 7 tfrnu* In good repair, city water cuinentou cellar, flno location, 4249 squaru f-ut Innd, well fenced. Price 91900. Klnb 1'lum- mdr. IgT Centra^ ptreet, WM. E. LIVINGSTON, DKAKR IN Coal, Wood, Lime, CEMENT, SAND, GRAVEL, HAIR, KAOLIN, PLASTER, BRICKS, FERTILIZERS, Straw, Hay Grain. Flour NO. 27 THORNDIKE STREET, Branch office, 33 JWerrlm*ck ·treet.Gal-- ctoro. 2.X 2. Ceutra-l Street. Clorsonne Enamel Painting, Anew and attractive process for the artistic decoration of Terra Gotta, Plaques, Vases, Trays c, A FULL LINE OF Artists' Materials, And every requisite for Water, Oil, China, Velvet, and Tapestry, Painting. Free lessons in Clorsonne Enamel Painting. For particulars enquire at G,B,GoburnGo,'s 35-41 Market Street. 22 Shattuck Street, Corner Middle. ETTBNUEA»S and ENVELOPES ot al J kteds printed at the SON atfie* «. MACK, PrtMdciit; JArOR R.OO- EK8 ^treasurer: D. B. BAIITJ.KTT, Clerk. Directors: S«\v»Il G. Mu.-t, Levl Spraguv, J*oob .Rogers, John F, Kiiiiba.ll, Alex. O. Cumnoflk, George S. Motley, Edward M. Tucke. PRICE OF GAS, With the Discount Off for Prompt Payment, is $1.10 ONE THOUSAND FEET, First-class Gas Cooking Stoves set up and rented at a low rate per year, piping included. COKE, broken, screened and delivered at $4.50 per chaldron, $2.25 per half chaldron, cash. No charge made for the use of mettrs. No charge made for running supply pipes from street mains to consumer's cellar. Orders when left at office promptly attended to. LOWELL AGENCY FOR FRANK JONES' ALE. - ANI TUK- Geiebrated Annetisir Buscb Beer. The Trade and Families SuonJied at Lowest Prices, Orders by mail or telephone promptly attended to. JOHN LENNON, Mo*. 108,110,1151. 114 M A I t K K T STItKKT XJSJLBFHINK--No 3S-2. James F. 0'BonneII. PracticalOndertaker ALWAYS ON TIME: CARRIAGES FURNISHED. rornur Mnrk»t Worthon Str. JUST ONE-THIRD UNDER PRICE. Etchings, I'-np-m I-.iffs, l'aMc!!«. A M ( . t « ;«·», Water ColoiH, ftiid ''oloM'd I'rhn- fit r \ i r Fvrlptlon. a»i the li.i^i- t Hnci, nl Mi n.lu u to select funu in the c i l j . u l l n OIK- thiid ici-i ore. Order now for the holidnj-H. COK. M K I I B 1 M A - K AM) E K. DONOVAN, . Offllce : Sti-Gorhttm Street, Constable and Auctioneer. w. No. 3 Barrf 8ter* H»ll, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. W ( . GAL1.AGHJEK, 178 Merrimack Street. Depot Cigar Store. the leading brands of Clears and Tobacco. CIOAR STORK, o. 7 Merrimock J. OX'S Street. Finest Line of Fioes in tbe City. K1NG8BUHY, No. B7 Brfdg* 8tr««t, Meats and Provisions. to Strout a Klnjr»bnry.) H. HKJEtON, »47 M9 OorhMik St. Boarding, Hack and Livery-Stable. W M. V. COURTMBX 18 wad l^Msatnr Block f Attorney at Law. PETER J.BRADY, GROCER. OLOOK- CprOsrifcLAxxi S»tx-oot. Choice, Teas. Coffeffs and Spices. Try our "BIG TWELVE," brand of flow tbe best in the dtv. F. R. FOSTER, is Hardware, Cutlery, Giass and Putty, Carpenters' and Machinists' Toots. CAJRJWICIIARI,, No. 51 Central Street, f AMKS H tJ Counsellor at Law and Notary Public TAWKS V. COnOKTT. t) Itoum 18, fast Office Block, Counsellor at Law. tMl «t.,fl|». AmmMmmm AttwratT and OottMelbr at L«w. SPAPFRf SPAPFRf

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