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feS '-Kilrf' SmmBlm "W M M W I $mt$x$m.bM fcaperatoce society's rooms, and then
HPr 'f- Pf :" 'Wr , Sfpfc . to ft barroom dote by toiettle the
lik? Ml". v-': :-;pi vieae singt be& thftt have been lost and won.
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jli&tkigj bmmkg, rag is Kit Wtt;
Gsinlt thou boar the SQ.ng,
411 too iiigh &r labor )r for r,ett.
Long contented ia ft Barroy eftg.
Pjttie&ce on the m&$9
Sour by how will j9s.t,
Broodicg tender things ia hersitsge.
Singers trao nd
Mockers brkkt suwi-Jaat.
ose ab.oufc thy door tb&yfft and eE;
ujm taftt will not gfeT
trm-ips thy heart awayj
Listen ! listen! It is more tha nil.
Virginsb. annually fritters away
itei MIKoa dolkrs exoluelvely
on liikkey, sndin proportion to iu
reourcoij no S tate in the Union can
h&& Oftnjie ) it in the bell-punch
Tilion mumnQm his detorrain&tion
to "fntfh Beiicher.5"5 and hia first step
ijt tfct direotion. h ft oeijuM th1
fw own wne w n- nuaf ass. - sh
oeftt rpcople wjJI regard this as more
"ornshing on: 'Tfltoa Uiao onBeeh-r.
ojaE fa?' to ts
. ttrasimiTnatiia & my. Oil
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Civil I3ngiir nd Saryor,
office at 4tf y
oustiaifcly on h&nd.
7. Jfiuzpza, (Prop, .
.;Bfmar i)eeds for all
saoe, Notary PaWic,
Pacii Spfe3 d Territories.
Offers hi sesvic?
rS TnroWs of Anv kM ia
TfJXtionBi taking of p&Wrir.
-nrtf slativs Met Mlfk in I
BroA St. (qge Oity A. T.
donors fer inedi
bk Books md
Pm Pencils, ect.
III Tom 3nttn?f memjarable aui-
i . s- . fry .
;yas wr reoieowon to ti? timiM
States son ato, froitt CiPiri orer
wanty-five yeara ago, ho use to tcl
an amusing anecdote to illustrate hit
relations to the people of Restate,
und tide fake construction his enemies
wore trying to place upon hit action
wliile a member of congrett. fie
said that everything that went wromg j guesswork.
in Ei3 lence was lam ac nie coar,
''iBiKiio id rf. Tho evil dsdt
of aormen re charged to my ac
c -wtf? bet the good I hare done for
my state and the country at large,
they'd gladly inter with my bonel.
It reminds mo, feiloir-citrzSBft, of a
eirdumst&nce that happened in ray
neighborhood of "Virginia, when I
Wa boy, Xho crime of sedncUdo
was iiarushed iprettj severely in the
Mid dominion, m m e a,im, 14 x$
The Brie railroad was sold i& New
ork Oily recently nnder the fore
closure auitof the Farmers' Lean sd
Trust company. It wai parohaed
for $6,000,900 by ex-Got. Morgan
mi others, acting as truitees for Sn-
A correspondent of a Western pa
per says that Edison, the inventor ef
the phoncrajdi, stays in his labora
tory for "4y and nights together
tfhea abaoybed ifesfrFork. Twenty
five mm are employed to maierialtxe
his ideas. Though only thirty-one,
he is worth $50,000, derived from
his inventions, and is in receipt of a
large revenue from the same sooree.
caras Httlebout drees, disregsrds
politics entirely, and never trusts to
A GaljEornia paper tell & rich
story of a rich Chinamen one of the
richest Mongolians in San Etwmmsqo
His name is Ohew Kow Yup and he
Knew tnofc wortn ft tbonsnrttt ot Ah
Sin's. The story goes that he ome
to us 11 form a about seven yearn
lfernift stories about leprosy among
sno vjoisepa, ana approcuuea. cno v
merioan dread of this disejise.
atij(dd it, and straightway commit-
lied to memory four mfffacriii words
pyfref&e toper; The
e decided that the buyer, who
i AMMAsl 3TlahrafeW4riWUg w!P9f ia p e aagsp, sj. hkM thm s6u bvithe halter h4 vtrw, w fi Wget to pgeser&r
the best styk f siionte .notice. J uliMdaome vonmr laoL whoa I f m nf stumer with $90,000, the accu- brg' m
3 ! 1 ... .oiw""1 J?3 t,?29!ia A. oroDer nreeftunons. and must nay or- .-3 - .Lff - r r. aad Babctrck on soer-mash ikt- .
form, would certaialy racoiyG the sup-
Maehinaor of all kind, rapini pcoap
Jy lor exsh- ,
Frank C ashirfl
notice for cs?h.
Mjll9ft .aflg 'MMfef q. it Asxjm. I JrirggrDM are bemr abinnM 0
;a .yr . I fsa- -mmmmi? :WaF mpwf w apiatesi wti5- panose m ox aar 1
Havis jrestooked the asve iifte,
I law uqi pr.opiiod to esrry'
ASTGSJ1S AND BXS&88S
tdith v -
have la coaaaotioB wtt fto.?
Jwsfa pfi jrua ina Dej, ttAx
ui iK At 'SfcCSBB CEfer, :;; " "
wi Q&signate as Miss aaiac, un-
fortuimtuiy became a mother before
she was a wife, and, according to
law and custom, was notified to ap
pear before a. justice of ta peace,
there to testify on oath relative to
her' misfortune, or, as the- country
people espressod it? swear the child
to its daddv?.
"One bright morning a well to do
farmer in tiie neighborhood, who wa
also & deacon in the cjiuroh, roso
lookinjt very sad. He had little to
jsay, and his strange behavior excited
tlie cmjiosity of his faithful wife, who
was anxious to know what troubled
him. 6e sail he was not well, bJiit
assured her tliat nothing serious was
"After moping around for awhile.
he cauht his horse and was aboKt-j
leavingi, when his wife eailii to know
where he was going. Jb' growled
baok .that 4he was going to . Souhre
hip iXQ you going &0
i( frYou?re raigh- inqaisjtiye this
morning; but if you must know 1
am going to see who Sal swears her
young e to.'
r jtie returned in the evening, look
ing sadder than ever. His wife whose
curisosfiy was gre&y axoiteq py ms
strange conduct, eagerly sskftd
"VVelL Mt. Jones, wno-dkiSftl
swejffjier young one to .
Tsis w&s s poser; the very quastijonj
hesitated, turned hi iieaaAway, aad
" BWOfUI II TO US1.'
" 4Usl 0sl If you had been an
honest, faitfeful mairMr. Jonesl if
you had lived up to your duty and
oapavea yojus.sc as i cave, sir,
wourS'neTeVBave ho "sworn to- usP "
A queer case came lately before a
French court. A peasant; had agreed
to pay another 500 francs for a oow,
mi the purchaser placed on hutch
twenty 20-franc coins and a 100 franc
bill. Before the seller could count
ike coin the cow had made a snatch
at the bill and swallowed it. The
question was, who was to loco, and
proper precautions, and must pay or-
During the week ending on the 3th
instant the header f the Sutro tun
nel was advanced sixty-one feet, mak
ing the excavated length of tunnel at
the date stated 10,395 feet and Je&y
mg 805 feet to run to reach the west
wall of the Oomstock lode, according
to the chart published last summer.
The quantity pf ivater flowing out of
the tunnel is eqaul to 1,285,000 gal
lons per day. The temperature of
the air in the header is ejfuai to 101
T&EA5U81 Seipments.- The fol-
following shipnients of treasure from'
Prescott, were made by Wells, Far
go Go., during the month of April
Silver Coin, :
Total, p 156,801.78
This of courie djoefi not include
treasure shipped by man ftnd Brivite
haads, which;, no dbujbt, itHl itmbuntl
to as much more. wilier.
All the female members of fami
lies retiring s-t ie Vaava are being
rfimjaveA -rrpm tne pjwace, Tne oe
wljeclsrto q presence of wbien ia
km premises, which might give rie
to unfriendly comments on the part
I ste&iigess yiaiting she Yacan. -.-
The foMowing is an ftmendment to
a bill introduced in Congress by Mr.
PXuiiton, which is likely tp paft and
He ' oeooia a law:
"And the; Post-master-urenera 1 is
hereby authorixed-'&e' call upon the
Secretary ptpjlor u guard to &e-t
company and prolect the mails on
any post-route in Tex;is, Missouri,
or in any of the Territories of the
United Slates; whenever and forsHh
& length of time as he may deem nec
essary; which guard shall be trans
ported on, said routes free ot charge
bv the contrftstor thereon. The Post-
Y - ' (
msster-Geserai is further authorized
to offer a r-ftrd of l,00O for the
eper," i:nej con
stttitted & meaning motto, and acted
as charm of safety for Chew Kow
Yap in the plying of his trade. He
ecu id. hoc be icile. tQe unmss never
can. Tkk lecond night after hia ar
rival he broke into a dry-goods store,
and was carrying away bis load when
a policeman collared him. He wag
perfectly tame and meek, and made
no resistance. He simply said, "You
aavee me leper,?' The policeman
wittily Bed, leaving the leper w do all
ttia stealing lie wanted in that dry-
goodt store. It worked well, and
Chew Kow Yap thrived. Once, and
once only, he allowed himself to ba
taken into court, and this was on ex
periment "to try the humor of the
thing oa the dignity of a judicial tri
bunal. He was charged with a whole
sale diamond robbery, and when ask
ed if he pleaded guilty or net guUty,
he plaintively replied- "You s area me
leper." A stroke of lightning in the
midst of that court could aot hay
made greater consternation. The
room w&s emptied m less than forty
seconds of every soul but the prison
er, lie calmly gathered up twa of the
jurymen's hats , the judge's gold spec
tacles, and ail the loose chansfe in the
cierk's drawer, and walked off unmo
lested. -The trial was neve:? resumed.
The magical thief charm was as ef-
i. ecu re m reainy as. anyjjrienpii in
visible cap of the Mhl Ohew Kow
Ys, of course, had no taint el w
1st dir of July 187$, to any pe&cm
or persona, so be carried bnhjstft. Or
t.le baefc, jftckas or man backhand
I believe evary postmaster on e
route wfl do. the se.
Bailit, P. M.
Th Eureka Sentinel haa;thjs. -
HehTaSSe ia reforence t& mlH we
"MinUe, like all other business.
must be conducted with economy, aad
wants a practical miner at its head.
pPa ithe failuyes.oJBjstern.in ...
vestments kare been caused by send
ing out seme friend orlatioa- c
some of the company to take charge
of the mines, who has aofe the slight
est idea of how silw and gold mises
are found, 1st alone how they should
be worked. Theory it good and
Ijjractiee m better, but theory and.
practice are above either, alone. Let1
your metallurgical gtudenta go into
tae mines ami taero learn to swing
the pick, to drill, to blast, an& to di&v
tinguiah ore feem !tarren rook: Ui .
thttju go into the Sdd and become
fajfciliur with the atactica! nart of
wrniog life, and thm less 6ae
will be thrown awy and squanikred.
and many a valuable property, in
place of being condemned, wfil W
made to Meld many returns for thi
Prefttdeat of United State 1n
880 on a glafcfbrm ofhf lto
the payment of Comfederate war
claims.35 This ia simply bosh! The
Gl-D knows that hostility to: the. psy
ment of Ckmfedlarata war claims . would
crop out in b?th of the ggeat polki .
cal iiartiet we suefa a nronositioa
. - XL'
mooted. A manifestation of aac-
sion to paying any war ckira rdoat-
y eroppedoat in Congress when-pa ; '
vent xb dai4ges to
maiatsd fruits of his industry ami
Hnderatanding of Ameiucan eharac
ter. . ' "
The Grant Oouaty fleVild ha the
It is reporei that Tommy Bpw,
the murderer of Richard Hpiilett, has
been captured in Mexico and that hip
captors are fringing him to Silver
Ciiy to -claim the reward ojFered im
mediately after the murder was com
By telegraphic dispatch f ironi Camp
BoWie we learn that Jfaraqs Powers
one f the 4.l$eyada boys,? whose
horses were stolen near thean Simon
crossing of tlie Lower GHa a w
weeks since, had arrived at the post;
bringing back the bosses, He and
a ccmpftnion followed the thieves ov
er five hundred miles into Sonera,
Mexico, and finally came jp with
them a tii smalltown called Bwcanora,
near Sabaripa. Ifhe Mexj'citn au
thorities gave Powers every ftstist
ance on the road and at Bucanora
che citixetts surrounded the house
where the thieves had t&kgn refuge
and after a. w shots compelled them
to surrender. They gave their games
as 'Charley Martin ndJ.i. Hartia.
The prisoners were sent to Sahusripa
waere tney were piacea injau na
will he held ttf swait the ieaiUsition j
of the GovernQ'r of Arizona. Bow
ers and hiSi eormpanion travejlf over
eleven hundred miles, and are oertam-
ly entitled to great credit for the grit
and energy displayed. Powers was
port of Billy MeBcse md the rest pj :-,
those who were crooked. daiung
Grants lo;t term. ' '
The Hinety-Sii, South Oarolna,
Guardian describes a "human zebra,5
to which & colored womaiL in that ;
place reeently gave birth'. 3?rom- tnj,-; j
Wais to the crown of the ehi!d?s hed i
its skis is pure vfhite, from the hip
to t&e knees the skin is coal alack, " (
I and from there down the skin is whtte -
The head is covered with hair as -white
as driven snow and uniisuslly
lojig for ft chid of its age. Thjs
omk is Isrge, quite healthy, Tang Hide
flwr in fcrsie traciconie an oeet lf
determined to illow to the deth
ad the pursuit- must be clashed as
one of the most remarkable on rscord.
Silver City, May 3,
Siotok HaitLi);As I BeHave th
on Kmm m trom
capture, de4 or aUve? or eaca and
every person -who shftll by violence
jpb or atteinpt to rob the mail dar
ink the lsitobriiti'on reof, and
the sum of $U,000 is.-hcby ?pc
pricjd fm&stb prjoie jea or 4y
moy.k .to' T'rjsll' Qffiierwis
Fort Wetrib f exa, to Yams 4ri
sosa is Ie& oy ; $m government to be
carrwd bv duifv coach, and 3 I be
lieve that the contractors and sub-
contrftctors have been swindling the
people of tbair just rights on this
i roate by eftnploying Mexicans with
bmkm dowtthor.ses and burros o m'
ry tks mail cheap as pohi
makiftg imj irSgsilar time; Ii&sf
The pursuit of the murderous litplr
lies ia Pennsylvania contrsaes.. Two
of the gang supposed w have. asistr,
eft in a murder nearly four virs;;a6
have just been caged in SunlwrV fail,
and six others, charged witfnisn-4
diary acts committed three years ago,
were aiso lately captured. If $is i
sort of thigs goes oa, life and prop
er t)r may ultimately be as sj-flitt! ,
PunBylvania as in South CariSimi.. : v
Gen. Sheridan, obedient to tueot
der ef the ptestdent, Was
Gmi. Pop, oommanditig the dupar "
mjfit of 4A aKitSQBfi, to caethe ,
Xm Indians fto be removed fom. the
state oc Colorado to the ' territqry 'of v
Kew Mexico, and m use what Mqgs
may be necessary to effect the ;uS
tec. The Government aa6hdnties.v
have determined upon this dispositio.a" :
of the Idbe as the wisest sigp that ,
fcaa be fc&en under the circixmsi&ni
The question of removal hs h'pK
stnder coMideration for evoa
months past. ' The Ote tnbe am
bers twenty-two thouyaiii meiio-
men, and children, divided :ia&o
en or fifteen m
la S&n FraneScj ear.fe:4W
votejs, 30,000 'E 'wfla
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