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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Eastern and Middle States.
la response to a reqnost of prominent Maine
Republicans, Inviting blra to become ft candi
date for Congressman-at-Large, Tames G.
Blaine bai written a letter declining such nomi
nation on account of "long-negleoted private
A tnu. for tbe counterfeiting of bank note
and coin ha been ospttiroel by detective at
Philadelphia, together with a man nicknamed
"Gopher Bill" and several other who are be
lieved to have been conoerucl in the bueiuoea
of making counterfeit money.
TTmon and Confederate offloers who were en
gaged at the battle of Oottysburg, Pa., mot on
tbe battlefield for the purpose of establishing
more accurately the positions of the various
commands. Amonn tbe officers were Generals
Crawford, Sickles, Eagan, Brookes and Spear.
The seventy-sixth annnal session of the no
formed church of An.o lea, formerly the Re
formed Trotestant Dutch church, met in
Bcutoectady. N. Y., about 123 delegates being
At a meeting of employing ironworkers of
the country, hold in Pittsburg, a new organiz
ation was formod, its object being to govern
tbe question of wages, etc.
A woman was arrested in New York (he other
day for causing the death by atarvatlon of a
little child that had been left in her charge,
Tbb recent ruling of tin United States su
preme court which takes the duty of fifty per
cent, off the higher grados of wool hose, has
caused a regular panic among the manufac
turers of those artic'os at Philadelphia, for it
is possible for buyers to got thoir goods from
Europe at a rate considerably below what they
oan be bought for in this country.
Tbi Italians of New York and ether American
cities bava bsld commemorative exercises in
honor of the late General Garibaldi.
Two cases of yellow lever were discovered
co a brig which arrived the other day at Phila
delphia.' AV0M9 the panangen on the steamship
Pennsylvania which sailed from Philadelphia
for Liverpool was tbe Hillsdale crew of Michi
gan, the champion four-oared crew of Anisrica,
Tbe four men have gone to Engiaod to tan-i
part as the representatives of lha Natiocat As
sociation of Amateur Oaremeo in tbe dirTersuc
regattas held in the summer in that country.
South and West.
A TmnTEEM-run-OLD girl was assaulted by
three colored men at Btitloi-villo, Ark. The
three men wore caught, ideniifie I by the girl,
taken from tho officers by a' crowd of men and
hanged to a tree.
Several persons wore killed and the cotton,
wheat and corn crops wero complotely ruined
by a hailstorm in Northampton county, N. 0.
The thirteenth annual convention of the In
ternational Typographical Uuiou was held at
St, Louis, doletatos from all parts of tho Uni
ted States and Canada being present.
Seven hundred dolegatos wore present at the
thirty-third annual conven'ion of the American
Medical association, held this year in St. Paul,
The steamer Evansville, running from Evans
ville, Ohio, to Bowling Green, burst hor boilers
near Calhoun, fatally injuring her mate,
Owen Gil more, and a fireman, and slightly
scalding some nine or ten others.
JonN Jackson and wife, living near Harris
Station, on tho Miesonri, Kansas and Te-xaa
railroad, went to ohnrch, leaving their four
children, the eldest fourteen and the youngest
two years old, locked In the house. The house
caught fire, and when the parents returned they
fonnd the remains of their children lying in the
ruins of thoir home.
The Ohio Greenbaclters nt their State con
vention in Colunibi.s adopts 1 ro'olutions op
posing monopolies, and nominated tho follow
ing ticket : Secretary of state, George L.
Holler ; supreme Judge, L. G. Tuttle ; member
of the board of public works, L. B. Stevens.
A duel was fought at the tlavtfjhtcr houso in
New Oi leans between M ijor K. A. Burke, of the
Tnws-Driiwa'i and C. II. Parker, editor of
the Picayune. Five pistol shots were cx
changed. At the fifth shot Burke was wounded
through both legs, though no bones wore
Irokcn. His wounds wero nit conMered
dangerous. Major Burke, who is State treas
urer of Louisiana, was the challenger,
feeling aggiievejat certain editorial articles
which had appeared in the Picayune.
TbeO Io Republicans in State convention a
Columbus nominated a full lickct as follow-):
Be:retaty of state, Chirles Town-tend, ro
nominated; justice of the supremo court,
Judge John 11. Doylo, ot Toledo; mninber ol
tbe board of public works, C. A.FIi kiu.ee-, o
D fa ice. Tho resolution rorjogiiizo, in tlit-untimely
death of General Gartield, a grca'
national calamity; contain an expression of
confidence in the administration of tho Presi
dent ; indorse the a lministration of Governor
Foster ; condemn tho outrages upon the Jew-
in Europe ; affirm tiie principle of protection ;
demand that ' by soecillc taxatiou the tratlic
in intoxicating liquors shall bo made to bear
it share of the public burdens," and demand
tbe enforcement of the laws.
A explosion ot'powder in a railroad tunnel
at San Antonio, Texas, killed three men and
Six mounted men robbed the Brookfield
bank, of Linneus, Mo., of f G.OOO.
Tbe Republicans wero successful this year
in tbe Oregon election, eloctiug their 8tats
ticket and Congressmen.
Twkstt frame dwellings filled with families,
near Cincinntti, were destroyed by fire a few
days ago, and one child was burned to death.
Cbables J. UuMUF.it, receiving teller cf the
Bank of California, committed suicide in San
Fraucisco. Tbe act is attributed to losses in
A oano cf four couutei fcitcrs have ocen
caught in Chicago.
A coMBi nation has been formed in Chicago
having for its object a "corner" in wheat.
J. Tavlob and J. A. Telei-son, partners in a
mine noir San Bernaudino, Cal., had a f tar
rel about tho method of conducting operations
in the mine. Taylor fired three shots at Poter-
sou. Ho I ben fired at a bystander, and de
liberately thot hi Lstlf in the breast. Peter
sou died in a few iniuules aud Taylor was mor
j'uE Alabama Democrats bf-ld their plate
convention in 'Montgomery and nominated
Grw ral E. A. O'Neil for Congress. He plat
form adopted tit mantis a strict cous mn ol
the Ftdcial Cou-tiiuiion, denounces th-j ten
dency to centralization of authority in the
hands of the Fedoiul government, aud declares
in favor of pub iu education and tho free ex
ercise of the elective franchise.
Pabticulajis of the Brookfield bank robbery
in Miesonri are as follows : At about 8:50
o'clock in the afternoon, just as the Bank of
Brookfield, on tbe Hannibal and St. Joseph
railway, was closing lor the day, six men lode
into the town, and, demounting, entered tho
bank, and coveilng the clerk with their re
volver ihey went through the safe and money
drawer, securing about 13,000 in cash. 1 hi y
then backed out, still covering the frightened
bank people with their weapons, and, remount
ing, departed in tbe way they came, firing their
revolvers and shouting like demons. Tbe
men were all masked, and the bank people
think that Frank Jam wo the leader it the
At tbe Iowa Greenbick State eonventlon In
De Moines, General Weaver was sleeted chair
man. The committee on resolutions reported
in oposillon to the national banks and in favor
of the general government Issuing legal tender
notes ; in opposition to refunding the interest
bearing dobt of the country and in favor of the
unlimited coinage of gold mid silver.
Abmistead Gray (colored) was hanged at
Towhatan Court nouse, Va,, for murdering hi
twelve-year-old son. The boy had been sent
to a store for some molasses, a part of which he
ate. This enraged the fathor o that he se
verely whipped the boy, and on the following
morning, becoming further angered at the
lad, the man struck him with an ax-helve,
orushing in the skull.
Jn an attempt by a deputy sheriff to arrest a
ircus proprietor for exhibiting at Pouthwest
City, Mo., without a license, a performer named
McBride was shot thrco times and killed and a
msn named Seaborn was shot badly in the
breast. The assistant deputy was shot in the
knee. All tho cirtus men were arrested.
Tnu robber of the Brookfield bank, four in
number, took refuge in a hut in the woods
about thlrteon miles northwest of Eirksvillo,
Mo., but finding resistance useless, surren
John TniBBETT, a boy of only fifteen year of
age, had his mind perverted by reading vicious
i'eratnre to such an extent that he murdered
two men near Perham, Minn., and after rob
bing bis victims the youthful wretch started
for the plains to become a desperado. He was
captured and confessed his crime. A crowd
of men prooeedod to tho. jail la which the boy
was imprisoned, took him out and hang him to
a telograph pole.
Casper Sevboict, a Chicago baker, aftet
working all night was met at the d or of his
borne by his wife dressed in a white robe
trimmed with lace and ribbons. She seemed
scarcely ablo to stand, and seizing him by the
hand, said, with feverish excitement : "Come
in, Camper; come in, and see our little children.
They are all dead I all our (our little children
are dead I Gone to Hoaven, Cnsner I Seoi
bow pretty they are. Every one has nice
(loners for tho sugels." He hurried to the
bedroom and there laid out, as for burial, were
the four children, Matilda, twelve years old;
Anton, seven years old: Annie, ttroveareold, and
the baby, Agnes, leas than fonrmonthsold. They
were dre-sol in white trimmel with blue rib
bons, their hair nlcoly smoothed back from
their forehead and tiod with blue ribbon and
in their hands bouquets of fresh flowers. Ail
wore dead except Matilda and she was breath
ing her last. Suddenly Mrs. SeyboMt foil
into convulsions, and slut died soon after. Be
fore death she said that alio had poisoned her
children and herself by giving them strychnine.
She had induced tho uMost girl to consent to
death, and a number of nulos whiten by the
child were found. The woman was evidently
David Bavsman, of Ohio, went to Lawro:,
Kansas, to meet a brother. Not Hading aim
he indulged too freely in liquor, and osit was
found dead in the Kan-a; river with tin bet-.
crushed in. Four negroes one of thsm a girl
of sixteen were suspected and arrested. Tb
girl confessed that she bad planned and tbi
men had committed the mcrder. All tjii
were lodged in Jail; but tbs three men ware
taken ont by a crowd of men and banged to a
Dispatches from Southeastern Iowa, West
ern Missouri and Central Illinois report tvids
epread and very heart rain storms, in pltjs
assuming the form of waterspouts and doiug
much damage to property, such as the washing
away of bridges, railroad tracks, e'.c
CnrEF Justice Ca.hteb and Judge) James
and Uagnor, constituting the oourt in banc,
have rendered thoir decision npoa the last
mo ion filed by Mr. llecd in Guiteau's
behalf. The chief Justice delivered the
decision, which was as follows: In tho case
of Guiteau the Judges win listened to
argument in that case have come to tho con
clusion that they have exhausted their powers
upon it; that they have heard it patiently,
fully and fairly, aud that a reargumc-nt would
bring them to no other conclusion than that
which they have already arrived at, and they
dicl.na to reopen the case for argument.
The Houso committo on commerce decided
to recommend the passage of Mr. Xowns'-nd'a
bill to 1 1 ablinh a board of conimis-iouois of
interstate commerce as a bureau of the in
Jonas Wvlib, of tho Washington criminal
court, denied tho motion of Mr. Iteed,
counsel for Guiteau, to amend the record in
the aissassiu'g case. Guit-au received with
outward composure tho announcement of the
failure of this effort of his counsel to secure a
rehearing of bis case. He pr.iceedod to de
nounce tho court in bano ns cowards and
cranks, and said that Ood had loveehd to him
that ho was to be taken care of. God, he said,
worked through human agencies, and resi
dent Arthur was to be tho agent to save him if
The President sent to the Senato tbe follow
ing list of nominations for the tari!)' conimie
sien : William A. Wheeler, of New Yoik (chair
man); John L. Haves, of Massachusetts ;
Henry W. Oliver, Jr., of PeniHyl.ania ; Aus
tin M. Garland, of Illinois; Jacob A. Ambler,
of Ohio; John S. Phelps, of MisnO'tri ; liobert
P. Porter, of the DMriev. of Coiumbit; John
W. II. lU'ierwool, of Georgia; D.in.'aa P.
Keuuer, of Louisiana,
Lx-GoYEiiNGii Puem'S, of Misto'. , declined
to serve on tho tariff commission. The com
mission was not satisfactory to moat of tho
Democrats in "the Soi.ate, and they held a
caucus to discuss its composition, but no acii-u
was agreed upon.
Liiu tenant Danenuoweb ha rocelved in
formation by mail, from Irkoutak, to the effect
that letters from Engineer Melville, giving
particulars of the finding of the bodoa of Lieu
tenant De Long and his men, have reached
thero by courier from the Leua Delta. In a
momorandnm found on Lieutenant Do Long's
body, and bearing date October 13, it 1b said
that fo'.r of tho party are dead and Mr. Collins
Tbe census bureau ha issued a bnllotin
showing that the live stock of the United States
on farms on Jnne 1, 1880, was aa follows:
Uorscs, 10.357.0S1; mules and asses, 1,813 933;
working oxen, 093,970; milch cows, 12,413,693;
other cattle, 22,18,503; shsep, 35,191X50; aud
swine, 47,683,951. The rate of increase from
1870 to 1880 was in horse forty-five per cent.,
mules and asses sixty-one per cent-, working
oxen a decreise of tweuty-five per cent., milch
cows increase of thirty-nine per oent., other
cattle sixty-six per cent, sheep twenty-four per
cent, and swine ninety per cent.
Tn President has received a letter from
ex-Vice-President William A. Wheeler, declin
ing to eerve a a member of tho tariff com
mission. In his letter Mr. Wheeler sllmlea to
the magnitude of the work to come bofore the
commission, the limited time at Ibeir disposal!
and say that in the present condition of hi
health he feels that he could not give the sub
ject the lime and consideration its importance
Gl iTEr finally consented to see a clergyman
on the 10th, and he was attended by Urn llev.
Dr. Hicks, of Hie Tabernacle church, of Wash
ington. The interview lasted an hour, and the
piitoner was much aflscteel and earnestly Joined
io i he prayers offered by the minister to bis be
kU . -r. ,
rofTArria-OimAti Hews his asksd the
Home appropriation comnlHtse for aaother
daflciency or t3.000.000 nut reportsd by his
predecessor, Mr. James. This will probably
make the deficiency for this year about f 3,000,.
000. The poitniaster-geueral, in a letter to the
poitofflce committee, says that I be transporta
tion of merchandise In tbe mails ought to bo
dispensed with or restricted, as it is carried on
at heavy iois.
Monuments in Garibaldi' honor aro to be
reeled in many European cities.
A Calcutta (India) dlspntoh say that a tribe
in the central provlnoes made war upon another
tribe, captured its chief town and murderod
over 400 people in oold blood.
Foub hundred ctudonts attacked and wrecked
the offices of two clerical newspaper in Rome
becauso one of them had speken disrespectful
ly or Garibaldi.
A disTatch from Capvera announces that the
family of General Garibaldi havo decided to
abandon the cremation of his body, owing to
the practisul difficulties in the way of its ac
complishment. Tho remains have been Interred
provisionally at Caprera.
In the debato on the rapremlon hill iu the
British house of commons Mr. Dillon defended
the system of boycotting.
Tax Duke of Manchester Is at the head of a
land association having for its object the acqtil.
sill n or land in British America, The asso
ciation has a capitil of f 15,000,0if), aud 5,003,.
000 acres of land have already been purchased.
A general payment of rents and the pros
pects of excellent harvests are reported from
Intelligence from South America is to tho
effect that Ecuador is in tho throes of revolu
tion ; Peru In anarchy and disorder ; Bolivia,
at a safe distance 1 e i the coast, preserving the
show of a military force, and Chili smitten by
epidemic in various parta.and cursed by brig
andage. Smallpox has committed great
ravages in the country, aud iu some depart
ments is epidemic
The funeral of Garibaldi, In the cometery at
Ciprera, was attended by an Immense and dis
tinguished concourse of spectators. The fu
neral ceremonies began at 3:45 o'clook and
closed at 5 o'clock. A storm of wind and rain
raged tho whole time. The coffin, covorod
with garlands and flowers, was borne by
some ot tho survivors of tho Thousand ot
Marsala, and was followed by the Duks
of Genoa, Signor Zanardelli, General
Ferrcro, tho representatives of both chambers
aud delegates of three hundred various asso
ciations. Speeches wcra delivered at the grave
by the vlco-prc-udent of tho uentate, the presi
dent of tho chamber of deputies, the two oabi
net ministers present, and Siguor CrUpi. As
tho coffin was lowered into the grave salutes
were fired by tho Italian mon-of-war Washing
ton and Cariddi .
Advices from Capo Kay, Newfoundland, stats
that the cattle and sheop are dyin r for the
want of food. Tho soal and co 1 fishing have
been a failure, and thero is destitution among
Walter M. Pouree, a Galway landlord, re
siding at Iiahasaue, Ireland, was shot dead
while returning from Gor'. His esoort, a
soldier, was also klllod. Mr. Bonrke was riding
iu frout of his dragoon escort when a volley
ffwn. rifles was fired at them from behind a
wall, aud both full doad. Mr. Bourko was a
magistrate and possessed two eatitvs in Ire
land. Ho hid had several disputes w ith his
tenants, and had recently left Londoa to carry
A farmer named Br; wn, livivg soar Ballina
Ireland, has boen shot in the legs and serious
ly wonnded. Similar wounds have boen iu
tlictcd upon a farmer named East, of counts
Roscommon. A farmer named Hickey wttb
also shot in the legs, near Castle Island.
Mr. Bovrke, tho Irish landlord who was as
sassinated at Ardnihan, recently informed the
authorities that ho knew ho would be shot.
When tho news reached London Mr. Bourko'.
brother went into tiro lobby of tho house ol
commons and accused Mr. Parnell and Mr.
Biggnr of being ihe cause of it. A reward ol
2.000 was off-jred for the aricst and conviction
of the murderer;.
SEr.rors riots broke out between the hostile
natives and Europeans in Alexandiia, Egypt,
during which many persons were lulled and
wounded and a number of houses destroyed.
T!k- police at first remained inactive. Itio'.ous
demonstrations also took place lefore
ilia Fiench consulate, to which several
of those mortally wounded at the out
break of tb j riots wero conveyed. The dis
turbances continued tome time before the
authorities took any steps to suppress them
flie English consul was dragged from his car
riart and severely hurt. An engineer of the
British man-of-war Superb was killed. Tno
disturbances continued five hours, when a body
ot rai.itnrv appeared and dispersed the rioters.
The Greek consul and the Italian vice-consul
were severely wounded. The British man-
if-war Superb arrived in port during the night
and landed 20t) men to protect the Briiish
v'cr-S'VJ'o. Beats were cent to take on board
ill British subjects who desired to leave Alex
Aiiana. It it estimated that twenty persons
weir kii'ed iu the riots. The rioting com
mc-nced on a street near the Great square.
Tlis immediate cause was the stabbmn
of an Arab by a Maltese. A mob of natives
collected, cleared the street with sticks and
made their way ii.to the Great square, where
tbey demolished the music pavilions and the
furniture in Ihe adjoining cafes. Europeans
precipitately left the Brpiaro and took refuge for
some time at the Fiench consulate Soldiers were
cal led out ,but they looked on without interfeiing
during the work of demolition aud bloodshed,
the lino ilcs Soem -i, inhabited chiefly by Euro
pe ans, was comp'etely wrecked. The Euro
peans lirc-d from the wiudows, MI'.iug many
Arabs. The latter mado terrible havoc among
Europeaes iu the streets.
A r:i.i has been introduced in tho Spanish
ccrtes for the abolition of slavery iu Cuba.
Mr. 8tMiiCN9, nu English aeronaut, has suc
ceeded iu cresting the English chaunel Io
France in a balloon, A companion fell out and
broke his kg.
A gkkai demonstration in memory of Gen
eral Garibaldi took place at Borne, His bust
was carried in procession and placed in tliii
Tbi Irish bishops have issued an important
address to their flocks, promising tbe support ol
tbe clergy to the people in peacefully sgitatiug
for their rights, but condemning aa the worst
enemies to the country men who recommend
Illegal courses, particularly those who belong
to secret societies. Tbe bishops condemn the
ecsnt horrible murders, but believe that they
rare due to evictions, which it is tbe duty of
lb government to slop at any cost.
I August and tbe ancient city of Ka
: ranovatz, in Servia, will witness a aina
I Jar ceremony in the crowning of King
i Milt n I. of Barvia. In tbe monastery
I of Siezi in that oity seven Servian kings
of tbe Nemanioh dynasty Lave been
crowned, a new opening having been
made at eaoh ooronation through the
outer wall, whence, as it was broken
away, iesned the newly crowned mon
arch, sword in hand, and on bis head the
"diadem of Dasban." Biezi has long
been called "tbe Cloister of tbe Seven
Doors," and now an eighth opening is
to be made in tbe old wall for tbe first
sovereign ot tho Obrenovich dynast,
FOBTY-SEYESTII COXSBESS. J
The army anrnnrtin hill was passed with
jie clause fixing the see for the compulsory re-
.1 . P n .D. . . A -l,.n,nl
ureiueiii oi uiucers at aiXiy-io"- mwo,
was made to except General Sherman from the
prervixiona of the cknse and to Include General
Sheridan. The rotult was that neither was ex
cepted. Goneral Fherman, therefore, ha only
two years more or command.
Blue wers tweed approprlsMng 1100,000 for
public buildinir i t vnclibnrK. Vs.: J73.000
1 r a postofrlce and custom house at Camden,
N. J., and HO.000 for a court-house and post,
office at Clarksburg. W. Va. It was stated by
s Senator that tbe total cost of the buil-liugt
anlhorired by the preeht Congress when com
pleted wou d' be (3,400,000, and the expendi
ture on this sccnunt fcr the current vcar
amounted to 2.175,000.... The House decisis
tory resolution regarding th death of Qsri-
oaiui was agrees, to.
Fedlowing were anions the bills introduced;
By Mr. Diugloy, to provide fot tie isuo of gold
certificates; by Mr llobertson, relinquishing
the cotton tax oolleoted in the Mixsissippi Val
ley States, and appropriating the samo for the
permanent improvement of the MBaisaippi river;
by Mr. Curtin, relative to the civil service
of the United States. It provides that hereafter
appointment to the severa' departments of the
government shall be spportiomd among the
various concessional tltftriots, tae representa
tives to make their selections is the manner
now followed in appointments t the military
and naval academics. Mr. Kiseon, to rotor
contested eleotion caos to tho court of claims
for a judicial ascertainment of the fa at
The river and harbor bill was reported back
,,A report was mode from the Judiciary
committee upon tho land grants made to the
Nortnern 1'acinc ranrnaei company.... A reso
lution of respect for the memory of Garibaldi
A hill was passed arr-ropriating t7!.00,T for tin
erection of a public building at Serantrn. Pa,
....Mr. Sparks, of lihuois. a?o.og:zd to Mr.
l ox, of New York, for remarks made ou the
Crevious day in a eoloquy cn the ueScior.cy
ill. Ihe apology we accepted.
FACTS AX) COMMENTS.
Tea that is grovn in India is becom
ing very popnltr, but it is greatly
adulterated by unprincipled dealers. A
company lias bern formed in India
wuicL proposes t ptit 21,UUU acro9 of
land in this cultivation, at the rate of
7,000 aores a year for tho next three
vears. The vast property is to be
divided into gardens of 300 acres each.
A Hoosier youth named Oosley or
Gosling, picbably the latter, saw a girl
at church, courted ber two hours, and
at the end of thre was married to her.
The Detroit Free Press thinks a mau
who does up all his courting in two
hours and then marries misses lots of
fun. It's like itufiiDg himself with
peaches and creau in live minntes and
then having dyspepsia tho roit cf the
year. , .
The city of Tixarkuna is a jjhenomo
cal city. It liis in the two States
of Te-xas and Arkntuas; hence its
uame. The Btaio line runs through
the center of itsclr'ef street, and on
each side is a popiltition of 3,000 It is
considered the fatway of the South
west. It is only sight years old, bnt has
nil tho nir. of a oAy of twenty-live year?.
Four railroad Ines center there It
has an lialian-lfce climate, tramps are
not tolerntf d, fie Sunday luw is eu
forcod, moni'y it plenty and th? people
Tl3 delightful climate of California
bus its disadvinnpes, and among these
one of the most serious is the stroi
and chilling winls that blow from the
ocean at some voints along the coast.
What makes th particularly important
iu the fact that .he soil is often culti
vated to the ve'iy verge of the beach,
where vegetal i j), piain and fruit that
would otherivisi flourish luxuriantly,
feel the winds kfenly. It is nenv pro
posed to remeife this evil by plau ids'
dense rows of hardy treit s ulon tho
coast to form a ban-it r agiiiiiat the
wiuds. That wm'.d also tervo the use
ful end of he! pug to lis the thiftin?
Hand, It isuiiri than liktlv that in
course cf time tho coast of California
will present thenovel f pectacle of un
broken woodlanl extendi!"?; along the
vriry odgo of thooseaa for huiiraJs of
He was a wil.lWestern cowboy, who
was offai ed a caf that didn't belung to
anybody in partcnlar, if he would ride
a w:ll bull wiilout Eatiule and bridle,
He jumped fion his horse, looked to
his spurs and ,eiped upon tho bull
Mi his face ts tho animal's tail, set
ling his Ffurs deep into the fUnks of
tho infnriated bi nst. Tho bull flung
bis head to the ground, but the lidi r
beld on to the tail and kept bis seat
With another roar the bull rushed off
and out upon tho prairio, The rrca
continued for a mile and n half, the
tvholo crowd following on taoir horses
The bnll plunsred now and then iuto
tbejsage brush with tho idea of ridding
himself of his burden, but it wus of no
use, and the fcharp rowels kept prick-
mer htm on. At last, exhausted witu
fright and fntip;ue,he fell to the grouud,
and the cowboy.stepping off.came bask,
like the prodigal ion, lor bis well
A most dUtres3ing death occurred
during a recent cyclone at Montieello,
Miss, Mrs. Carroll, htating tho storm
ipproachiiif, rushed with ber balie in
her arms, to her huF.hand, who threw
lus arm around ber neck. At the same
inHtant the wind blew the houso down
upon them, and crushed them to tho
floor, the mother with the infant in her
arms, the husband with his arm arouua
his wife's neck, and thero he choked
her to do tth. The falling timbers did
not seem to hurt her, but locked the
doctor's arm so closely abont her neck
that he couM not move it. He was con
scious that he was killing htr, but all
his efforts to throw off the timbers were
futile. Assistance came in two hours
too hire I Tho spirit of the wife had
tied, and tbe husband felt that In
measure he was the cause of ber death.
The idea made him neurly Irantic for
several days. The babe was also killed,
In order to do suitable honor to the
French minister of agriculture, who
happened to be pacing through Avig
non, and to exhibit himself in an agree
able light to that august functionary,
the prefect of Avienon recently de
termined to go to the expense of an
official dinner. Invitations wero sent
to the select few, and everything pointed
to a happy display ot magisterial bos
pitality. But some wag whose claims
perhaps bad been ignored, securing one
of the cards of invitation- nan dupli
cates strnck off, and seit them to a host
of small officials who, Battered by this
nnexpeoted attention, - nockea unani
mously to tbe prefect's bouse at the
appointed boor. To entertain them
was impossible, and to get rid of them
was a probl m. At lait they all with
drew in a dudgeon, lewving the prefect
in angry embarrassment. Meanwhile
the joker rejoices iq secret, for all
efforts to discover him have failed.
Birds rise from the ground most
easily facing the wind.
An observatory has Inst been com.
pleted on Mount Etna 0671 feet abovo
the sea level.
Perfumes exert a healthful influence
on the atmosphere, converting its oxy
gen into ozone.
Northern corn contains most oil and
starch, and Southern oorn most mineral
and albuminous mattor.
In Franoe there are 256 establish
ments engaged in making sugar from
mangel-wurzel, and eigbty-tbreo ol
tbese houses employ what is known as
the diffusion process, a method wbiob
Is likely soon to bo in general ubo.
Dr. Miguel Faragas ascribes tho
aroma of roasted coffee to a peculiar
substance called cafeone, which is de
veloped during the prooess of roasting.
Its action on the heart is opposed to
caffeine, as it increases the force and
frequency of its pulsations.
Professor Kalisohcr, who Las been
making an extensive sorics of researches
on the structuro of tho metalo, oon
olndes that most of the metals are nat
ural 1- crystalline, and that when tho
crystalline structure has been lost by
mechanical treatment it can in most
cases be restored by the action of beat.
Whether American salt meat oan con
vey triohinas was a question lately dis
cussed in a paper by M. Colin and read
before the l rencn Asadomy of Sciences.
Tbe conclusion arrived at was that the
meat in question, as now imported into
Hiurope, migui in very rare eases trans
mit trichinosis when the animal wbi
but recently killed, the pieces of meat
large and the process of curing imper
From Br oca's tables, including a
large number of cranial measurements,
the average weight of the brain is found
to be about forty-seven ounces in men
and forty ounces in woman. The great
est weight is attained between the ages
oi thirty and tmrty-nvo amouor men.
and a little earlier among women. After
the age of fifty-five the weight rapidly
diminishes, and at the age of eighty
the average decrease has amounted
three and one-half ounc&s, although tbe
loss sometimes amounts to as much aa
nine ounces. Broca considered form
to be of moro importance than weight
in estimating the comparative, intellectu
al capacity of individuals.
A Telllnsr Law.
Mr. Charles Law, Jr., in conversation
with one of our representatives, reeicntly
raid: " I have been a sufferer from rheiima
turn end neuralgia for the paat ten yenr,
anl tried all kirn's of remedies. Raving
heard bo much about St. Jacobs Oil, I tried
a bottle, nnd found it truly wonderful.
PotUtown (Pa.) Loek'gr.
" Get through your breakfast quick,
jonny. You will be late at school,"
said an Austin mother to her hopefal.
" I'm not going to school until I get a
dime." " I won't Rive you any dime."
Well, then I'il jnst keep on eating.
I will see for once if I can't cure you
of your obstinncy," replied the hopefuli
taking a fresh butter-cake.
Mr. Ivl Trickclt, the celebrated oars
man, Kwgton, Uaiiaua, say: "1 bave
found 1 1. Jicoli Oil a sure and certain
cure lor rheum: turn, etc. ' rew xork
According to la'est statistics, Russian
manufacturing industries have doubled
in twenty years.
Puns cod-liver oij4 from selected livers, on
th ) Keashoro, by Can oil. Hazard & Co., N. Y.
Ab-olulely pure and sAeet. Patients who have
emco taken it prefer it to all others. Pnysicians
declare it enpi rior to all other oils.
Chafi'ED lUNiis, lace, pioiploa aud rough shin
cured by uing Juuipi-r i'ar Soap, made by Cas
well, HuZard k Co., New York.
The Science of Life, or Seif-Preeervatlon. a
medical work for every man young, middle
aged or old. 125 invaluable prescriptions.
IIF.NICY'S CAKKOL1C HALVE
I the HEST SALVE for Cuts, Uintsoa, Soroa. Uloert,
S;ilt llbeum, Tc-tter, Cha)i)cl Hands, Chllblaina,
Corns nnd all klmls of Skin Eruptions, Freckles aud
l'iinpU. Get 1IENKV8 C.MUiOLIO SALVE, as all
others are counterfeits. Price 25 cents.
DR. GREEN'S OXYUEXATEI) niTTEItS
1h tho bct Itcnietly for D: s:oiJSia, liiliouMnras, Ma
laria, Indigestion aud Diseases of tho Blood, Kid
aeis, Live-r, bkln. etc.
DENTON'S BALSAM cures CotiKha, Colds, Rheu
matism, Kidney Troubles, etc Con bo used exte-r-unlly
as a plaster.
Ubo RED HOUSE FOWDER for Hones and Cattle.
CenlD will liuy a Trciiiixe upon Ihe
Hone and his Diseases. Book of 100 panes. Valuable
to every owner of horses. Postage stami-s taki-n.
Sent ixMli'.-iiil by NEW VOUK SLWarAi'tlt UMu.N.
1 50 Worth Kirect. New Yor.'i.
A l.l.KN'S lll-ntii t-'iMMl-euii a Nervous Duoility It
Vt-iiluieBH ol Ge-uirativa Olvaus, HMftll ilnik'l'Uts,
fceudlorCU-ouliir. Allou'ti'h&ruucy.UlUlfint av..N.lf.
Beef Cattle Prime, live weight
Calves Com'n to Choico VcaLi.
rinn 1 Ktntn erood to fancv 5 45
Wostrrn, good to choico 5 75
Wheat-No. 2 hvd
No. 1 White I 3D
nvc State W
barley Two-rowed State 1 10
Cora UngvadedWosteraMixed 72
Yellow Southern U'-l
Oats White State VA
Mixed Weetern 3
Hay l'rime Timothy .75
Straw No. 1, live 70
Hops State, 18S1, choice 18
Pork Mess, new, lor export. ..18 i!5
Lard City Steatn H 45
lielined U !5
Batter Btate Creamery, hue..
Western Iiu. Creamery
Cheese State Factory
V.crm State and Penn
Potatoes Early Kose.state.bbl 8 li
a 3 87
Steers Oood to choice 7 60
Lambs W. stern 1 00
Sheep Wo torn 0 25
Hoga, Good to Choice Yorkers.. 7 75
Flour C'y Ground N. Poi li. 0 U0
Wheat No.l. Hard DulutU.... 1 68
Corn No, 2 Mixed 79
Oats No. 2 Mix. West 67
Barley Two-rowed State..... 90
C4 7 50
(4 6 75
(2) 8 15
(& 1 8
Beef Extra plate and family. .16 60 18 00
Ho's city ureasea UVB
Pork Extra Prime pel bbl.,.,17 0U 4sl8 00
Flour Spring Wheat Patents. , BOO
Com Hun Mixed S9
OaU Extra White 63
Hye State 98
Wool Washed Comb & Delaine 46
Qi 9 73
Unwashed " as
WATKUTOWJi (MASS.) CATTLS UABKET,
Beef Kxtra quality tt 76 & 9 75
Sheep live weight 6 6
Lambs 6 & 8
Hogs, Northern, d. w tQ 10
Flour Penn. Ex. Family, good 6 00 0 6 28
Wheat No. 2 Ued 1 41 & i it
Corn btate Yellow
'Butter Creamery Extra Pa.. ..
! Cheese New York Full Cream.
'Patrol sum Crude.
i . . H-Hn.wt
NVnlnv Vnnv T.lrk" 1
Is good phl'oeopby, bnt to do so you mnst have
health. It blliotii and constipated, or blood la
ont of order, use Dr. Pierce's " Pleasant Purga
tive Pellets," whirl! are mild, yet certain in
their operation, tjr an druggists.
Trf. work of the United States flsh commis
sion fits season will include the distribution
of about 80,000,000 shad in different sections
of tho country, beside innumerable herring.
If von eioerienoe bad taste in mouth, sallow-
ness or yellow color of skin, feel stupid and
tlrom-y. appetite unsteady, frequent headache
or dizziness, you are "billons,' and nothing
will arouse your liver to action anu strongmen
np your sysiom equal to Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Medical l)iC"vi v." Hy druggist.
It Is said that the nersecntion of the Jews
has already cost the Ttursian government
something in tho neighborhood of $100,-
A llniinnzn nil ne
Of henllh is be found in l.r. It, V. Pierce's
"Favori o Proscription," to tin merits ol
which lis a remedy tor femalu weakness and
kindred affections thnman l toti y.
It is tho fasMnn in Milan to grow fruits In
doad of tlowcrs for houso plantK. Somo c le-g-int
parlors are almost converted Into little
Wnrnir'n Xpffr Kl-'n-y nn-i l.lvrr Cure.
It Is CBtimatod that 4 500,000 bin-hnls of po
tntrcswero impoited to this country daring
tho past year.
rem Will nuy
a Treatlso upon the Horse aud his Diseases.
Ili-ok of 100 pttges. Valuable to every owner
of horso. l'nctngn stamps taken. Sent post
paid by New York Newupnpor Union, 150 Worth
treet, Now York.
Its CatiB", Nature. Prevent wii nnd Core. Bv
A. M. Dickik, M. T , m J W. 11. Meiuiv, M
I)., editor S'-ulliern J'nwtiy Journal, Louis
ville, Ky. A vulualilo honk for every farniei
or raiser of poultry. Price 25 cts., postpaid
'ew Koutt Nhwhpapuii Union, 148 and 15u
Worth btrcet, New York.
FiMT.rr Axle (Jrrnse.
One greasing hints to week.-; nil others twi
-r tluoo (U.V8. D.i not be imposed on by tin
huuibtiK stuffs offered. Ask your dealer for Fra
zer's, with label on. It saves your hore labor,
end you too. It received first medal at the Ceo
touuial and Paris Expo-itioua. Sold e very n here.
Tain, Irritation, lisiOiition, Incontinence.
De posits, Gravel, etc., oured by " Buohupaiba.'
tl. Semi for pamphlet to E. S. Wells, Jersey
City, N. J.
To make new hair grow use Carboline, a de
odorized extract of petroleum. This natural
petroleum hair renower, as recently imp oved,
U the only tiling that will really produce new
'iair. It is a uoiiglitfiil dressing.
Tl.e tcoblo a n
from dyspepsia an,
indigestion In an.
form, aro advlvl
for the snleo of tan
own bodily and men
tul comfort, to tr
a. Hosteller's Ktnnmel
js Milters. Ladp s o:
the most delimit
in Us buruiless riki
its reslorntive prou
ever; wliere, dififiist
rd with Hie adulter
ate d luium-s of coin
lner' e. pr. scribe it
as tin snft'St ann
lnnst reliable of nV
o uriiRRisTs auu
iicaiers general ly.
Its Cause, Nature. Prevention
and Cure, by A. M. DICKIE,
M. D., and VV. H. MERRY. M.
D., Editor of Southern Poul
try Journal, Louisville. Ky. A
valuable book for every farm
er or raiser of Poultry. Price,
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New York Newspaper Union,
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U A MrS It A I. s A l w ill cure you, eveu
tlioimh prot'cHHiouiil nlil f:ilN.
r Yrn.Boa's compothtd or
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Our ii.ustr.itec! IJvcof th Jaiucn
lil'iltlltlH Ciller, ;cj to 600 I'uitt
uitli lu illus'tniHoti, and ibLomui -to
iiichutiui; tbe Ucail. iii.d iiiuial ol sIYm
Vcalsoil.u:ra;i; the kuliiij. the houbc,
Jesse Jamui alter death, Tit wife, l.is
uvoclulj.-cu Itoin in outlawry, the Fcrih
wtu mujo tl'.e cdiiture.etk.ftlso a full-iiajr
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1AE(E HENS LAY.
Au LiikI.isu Veterinary Kiimenn and Chemist, now
Itavelinti in t his emiuiry.sais that most ol the Uorse
aud ( stile l'o ders sold here are won hiets trash. He
says that Hheridau's Coudlliou Powdersarealsioillte
ly tiureand immensely valmiUe. Nothintr on earth
will uiske heus lay like riberidan's Condition tow
ilers. l)osii,oiieteasiiuonliiltooiieiintol food. Sold
evi-mvliere. or sent hy muil for 8 letter stami s. I. 8.
JO U NWONt CO..Uoiou,liii.,l(iniierlvUaui.'or.Me.
TDIITU is Miotrrr. Prr. Martinez,
sw tt.ur.lt!pailor. s.wolofiM
Md V,fiiuAop,t. vill, for 30 ecu. uta .r. It.iiTit,
I). W.d teek of ll.tr, MS4 . tUKHtLT fit).
iLn. . y.itr luiur. nurnna M vnt, iu .Mn.. Ur..
Sad i!m W nMlinfl. .nd d.u win.s.. pajd.uluc.
rMllj pr.diM.4. Mua.f i.lurnwl i ,11 .ol Miufl.d.
VUirM fittf. L. II inline, to Mou'f rl.,fiwiM. Hus.
ti I'll 1.(1 It A D(l MIVEHII
Z. Im ti. ell). Wr.te for dcsiciiptlTe circular so
H. H. Tauukm Co., P. O. Bos, loi, l)euur, e-olu.
V If lilt I'M tills 11A1K.
riuaueutiy r -moves riucrriuuu hair
Madame Vambolil, 3 I bawyer street, i:ostou. MaMt.
nuu liiu ntfiii. e.eiin lur fk -iii-iiiLr.
70 A WEEK. flJsuavHt Home easily made. Costly
V '- Outflt tree. Add'sTut'K At Do.. AUKUta,Maiu.
PrcHBOT, O nit em, fiteam Evaporators nj all otbei
sissy ;ti rim;
.Vrfc' Ci&A v5r
l la la
if iil. Est. & ii
ALWAYS KEEP COOL - ""J
To stlrk to' rosst
sntileet aof tbi
truin Is an excel
lent plan, and
whether It be In
rttoH t Ions of
iVlluanro or flshlnr,
: or any tonlo what
ever, civil or pol is
les', always licep
cool aud tell tbe
there Is a cer- )
"jTtnlrt margin al
if lowed for lylnir, ,
.. l.r.,. It tHiTnns to !
mllle-d in no otbef
subject, and no '
elotibt our friends :
in tho picture are
Indulging in that
mi nt, as well, per
bnps, as In a lulls '
ing. Their boefics
and tempers are
hot end the air Is
lic.hiitflre not. land
they pre appn rent
when it is much
cnslcr to catch
t- ".jii h.in which ens
t.t t would be we
.!' lor them thntthe
l.o provided with
r bottle of 8t.
,11 il AU'llS em., IIIB
V lirnnt fli-vinnn
Rcmofly for tli I s um well S3 other pain Tul aitmcnls.
iri7'.t x.-f.iTS coLont to nrn mast.
"lle-llii, Deimvl what is llio trnublc?" "Qll,
Tm nil broko up." wm tho response to the in
quiry of on oldfcMpmuloof Willinm (i. Dennls
,mi. ono of FurniiMit'a wnr-wcirn voierntis, well
known in lliof-mtlieritfectloiiof this city, who
r:imn r.r.intiiT Inta tho AliH-ricsin fmco vcPterntiy.
"I thought I v.uild p' under the bnteh-s this
tlme,"c6n!iniicd l.'ciiuWon. "1 never suffered
so much in my life. 1 hud llio rl.cuinalle gout
so bad Hint I could not ge t oil" llic lied or put my
f Kit to I'm floor, nnd woiiM hnvo been thcrcyet
if a friend had not rerumnirndcd Sr. Jacobs Oil
-o. I liesitatcd Konio tinio before getting a
i. iic-s. bnt wen litmlly induced to give it
a trial, nnd Mrkyduy it wns for mo. Why,
bless my Ktnrti niter hnthingthc limb thoroughly
wilh the Oil 1 felt relief, nnd my fieith wns pinned
lor. jAfonnnl his tMlnllcnhat. I freely sar
thntif ilhndii tbeeil f irST. JacobsOii. 1 should,
ill nH prnhnbilly, bo Mill housed. My foot pains
me but lltllo.nnd tlioswclllng liiisenllrely passed
dwny. It brats nnvthimi of the kind I have ever
licnrd or, ntvl nny person who doubts it send them
to ino nt l'JJ4 South Tenili t,..l'iuhulctphia Time
N Y N U-
Tlie Wilscnia Mesne tic CIotMne Company
beg to ennounce to the public
that In order to accommodate the
greatly increased demandforthelr
fvlacnetic Carments they have re
moved their principal salesrooms
ind ofTicas from 465 Fulton St.,
3rocklyn, to 25 Hast 14th St., New
lforU City, where all communica
tlona chould be addrossed, and
all checks, drafts and P. O. orders
be made payable.
mmm clothing go.,
23 EAST 14111 STREET,
New York City.
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'llsfisiiiv Pui''j:iliv 1111. n,;.L'f V..w IHfh
Blo.'ul, itml will rem; leli'ly clmiiLro Ihe Llood iu tho
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ovt.'rvvh.-rf. nr v.j.f Uy pitii lur K letter ft amps.
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oi ni vv liriii:.ir, i'.
I eU6Vflvi0 widuwi, futberc.nioLliers i
vliilcJrcn. Thcnritids Tetcotitlpfl. IVnti.im tHtn
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: i'-i cniitu-ti t i( i;kase s,i iuii'itv
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I Ian .J Wi.rii.nts prururtd. I otirlit udJ Id. fiotiiicn
mil Ikim apply f.r ymir riflitu a t once. Send 4
-tumin for J'f.e Citir. ns..i,iicr." and Pcmina
mid Jl"iituy Iiiwa Manl.ii find (nylrtn'tinns. W
t-ii'i rcl'iTt'i tliini.t:iii.B i f It tufr nrr nnd f'lfpfita.
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