e new venture.
Then a little over a column (reprinted from the Boston Journal) told the story of the murder of Warden Tenney of the Massachusetts State Prison, at Charlestown, by one of the prisoners.
Just two weeks had elapsed since Deputy Warden Walker had been there murdered, and this created wide spread excitement.
Two columns followed about the filibustering General Walker in Nicaragua; and then three eight-line verses, The Old Year.
The editor was next indebted to the Lowell Courier fGeneral Walker in Nicaragua; and then three eight-line verses, The Old Year.
The editor was next indebted to the Lowell Courier for an account of a train Off the Track, on the B. & M. R. R., in Wilmington.
A great shake-up, but one person injured, and he only slightly.
On the preceding Thursday, the Universalist Church at Maiden was dedicated.
The account tells of the dedication hymn by Mrs. M. A. Livermore, and prayer by Rev. C. H. Leonard.
Then there was a bunch of choice bits gathered up; here is one. I'd rather black my visage o'er, And put the gloss on boots and shoes, Than stand within a liquor store And was