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Bk Voices of the Sea. I
2$j Wakeful I lay at uight and liearil
|g| Tb# pnlsiugs of the restless sea.
H The morning surges
Sounded like dirges
From some far back eternity,
SB Whose spirits from the deep are stirred.
xS Awaking with the morning light,
3Kg Again I listened to the sea; I
3jl But with its surges I
MB We heard no dirge-1,
EE But only life's activity; I
Morning dispelled the gloom of night.
ra At noon I sauntered forth to view
The throbbing of that living sea;
few Still it was surging, ,
ofiS But only urging
tho pig took up his own gruntiEgcomplaint.
They had heard her voice and
knew that there was a chance of breakfast.
Sally had a tender, pitiful heart for
ill her temper.
"Poor critters,'' she said. "I dono
w I had ought to be ugly to them
cause he's ugly to me. I'll run over j
and fetch a basket and get my hood j
and mittins anyway. I'il feed 'em, bnt ;
I'm bound I won't clean 'em, so there!" !
and boiling over again with fresh j
wrath she left the barn and slammed j
tho door behind her.
Meantime Will went on his way to
Mystic, where he arrived in duo time,
ili'd his errauds and went to Uncle j
Dan's, whero he found a good and I
abundant dinner; and a plentiful meal ;
r->f ntiinlrnn manlied rintftto. '
All men to l>o both strong ami free- !
Sticng in the soul with conscience true. i
At closing clay ones more I stood,
Gazing across that mighty sea;
Far ships were sailing,
The light was failing;
Time, lost in immortality, ,
Was the reflection of my mood.
It is the mind, and not tho place, I
Our moods and not a varying voice,
boiled lurnips, new rye bread and j
buked Indian pudding put liiw into ex- !
cellent humor, so that when 'Phrony, i
who had been be-fore too busy serving
ind eatiug to talk, asked, "How's!
Sally he said, very hone&tly:
" Why, she's well, real well; but she
sjot kinder put out with me this morn- j
ing, and I don't blame her a bit, for I
begun it, kinder fanltin* my breakfast, !
?nd I srness I made her mad; shouldn't
" Why, Will!" ?aid Phrony, with an j
iccent of reproach that said more than '
!ier word 8.
"'Twould be strange if she did know j
ibout housework to once,'' said mild |
\unt Gray; "the never had no mother
nor no folks so's she could learn; be
sort o' softly to her, Will; she's a lonesome
little cretar, with nobody but you
to hold on to, ye know."'
Will's really kind heart began to !
I That fills with sailiics-?, 1
Or thrills with gladness, '
A soul whose once great ruling choice
Reflects in all thing'* its own force.
WHERE SHE WAS. <
"T don't care !" i
"Well, I douo as I do 1" t
And th^Y hud been jast six weeks <
married, these two.
Pretty Sallv Masters and Will Gray I
trouble him; lie went out again into the j
?treet ostensibly to finish his errands,
but really to buy Sally a rose-pintc silk j
fie that would look so pretty in con- |
:rast with her rich datk hair and eyes, j
ind perhaps cast a glow on her too ;
pale, smooth cheek.
For Will had an instinct of taste in |
iiis nature, and knew very well how i
pretty and refined-looking his wife was '
3ven besido Throny's less delicate and
more blooming beauty.
So he stepped iDto the sleigh and
"trove off. thinking how he would j
"make friends" with Sally, and how :
Ivrere poor people; ho was a farmer, aua j i
she had worked in a factory in Lynn. j 1
Ic was like a new life to her to get j 1
ont into the sweet country, but she knew | i
nothing at all about farm work and j :
cared less; it was all knew to her, and j ]
at first was very hard.
Then she had a quick temper and a 1
quick to^fene, and Will was the only ]
son of a widow and had always had his <
own way. i
His mother was dead when he mar ried
Sally, or lio could not have <
brought a wife brine to the lonely
farm, for it would not support three i I
people as yet, though Will worked hard j J
to make it pay; and the year before he | <
had rmi*ed five hundred dollars from j
a railroad company for the right to run 1
their road t-truight through his front i
mis seemed a foitune to Will, and i i
be thought very little of the road being j <
nnlv a few rods from his door, in com- ;
ruat cumpia in iht cut't?* wuum uuac
mil ro, and how her lovely eyesbright?n
when she saw the pink tie.
The roail seemed very long, for ho
inew he bad left home iu a passion,
md now be was sorry. He got there
i* last, just before sundown, and driving
into the barn was received with a
jhoms from the cow and pic
".Jerus'lem!" he exclaimed. "I
lever fed them critters this morning 1
r did lose ray head, that's a fact. Well,
[Ve got to tend 'em now. Wonder j
Sally didn't. Mebbe, though, she did i
lot come over, or, if she did, she !
etched the eggs and didn't look at f
Very speedily ho fed the hungry !
leasts and put out his horse, resolving .
o go in to supper and finish his barn- j
vork afterward, for be was hungry.
There was no light in the honse, i
vhich looked rather cheerless, but then |
f*" orn 1 nn/1 oof far infn fcllA !
Iparison with the money which enabled I 1
him to bny a wcod-lot bordering on his ! I
farm and a piece of meadow on the j 1
other side. I*
Bnt when Sally cam) there she com- | i
plained a good deal of the noise the i f
engines made, ard scolded to think the 11
wagon never could come up to the door;
for she was afraid to cross the track in j t
it, and the barn lay on the other side of j t
both road and railway. ! }
However, a thing that can't be cured j
must be endured, so she set herself to ! i
the endurance. ! 5
But butter-making and cooking were j t
troubles to her, and to-day Will had j b
grumbled i-.t the specks in the butter, '
and pushed his plate away at breakf-tst ; \
because the buckwheat cakes wore sour. ? a
Sally hid been afraid they would freeze j
in the pantry, so she 6et them on the !
shelf abeve the stove, and they were : a
j&llV ??5 11 K^ui nuu ftiu ?? * ?m*v ???
wilight without a lamp, so he went on
ind opened the kitchen-door.
A cold chill struck him; tho place
ras empty, still, firele?s; a rat ran
icross the floor as he stepped in.
Nobody was there.
The low light of the setting sun struk
icross the snow-fields with a wan glitter
nto the bare room ; tho fire was out;
he stove cold. Behind tho door into
he shed hung Sally's hood and shawl, 1
:nd her mittens were on tho shelf. :
Silly must be in the bedroom, sick no
With an anxious heart Will opened
he door into it. Nobody was there;
he room was in its usual cheerless
>rder ; the bed white and smooth as
he outer drifts; the white-curtained
nnuows shutting out even that wintry
Probably Sally had put on her Sunday ;
:loak and bonnet, the same dark-red |'
How she wished that she had had a t
home and a mother to teach her home t
duties, instead of being an orphan ever y
eince she conld remember and working | ?
so many years in a factory. | d
But Will never thought of that; he j
fancied a woman knew housework if j t
she did not know anything else, and he j t
bad to take a loDg drive todty and J c
should miss the good breakfast he really j t
needed, and he felt very cros?. j v
He pushed his chair back and said: j s
"I can't eat those thingp.''
"Very well, you don't need to J" j c
snapped Sally, who was just ready to *
cry, but wonld not show it fcr the ! s
world. I t
'I had onght to have some breakfast j *
to go thirty miles on, and I'm goin' over ! ?
to Mystic to day." t
"I hope 'n trust you'll get somelhin' j ?
elvet turban and jaunty, jet-trimmed I
ack she had looked so well in when j
hey were married. Almost as if he !
vere afraid of seeing a ghost, Will
>pened the closet dour to see; there the
hings hung against the wall, straight
md smooth, sack and f^hawl too, and
he toque was on the shelf above.
Then he opened the tiny parlor, with
iwful misgivings. The andirons shone
n the open firepiace; the wax fruit was
md3r its glass shade, between the glass
andlesticks on the shelf; and the big i
Bible, the photograph album, the copy of
Cupper's Proverbial Philosophy - all
redding presents?occupied the small
ound table in the middle of the room,
,nd took a ghastly tint from the green
)aper shades and the wan light of djing j i
you cau eat over tnere. I s pose rnrony i i
knows how to make good thiDgs."
"I bet sbe'doeB !" said Will, emphat- j a
Nuw 'Phrony was a pretty, bright, j t
capable girl, Will's own cousin, and he i e
had never thought of marrying her. 1
She wa3 jnst like his sister, for till very j 1
lately Uncle Dan had lived on the next ! *
farm, and the children had always 1 *
played together. j n
But Sally had met Sophronia before | F
and after lier own marriage, and in her c
fooliBh heart had grown jealous of her
beauty and capacity to do all kinds of a
This morning the mention of Mystic, a
the village where Uncle Dan lived now, fc
was the drop too much. f
Sally's face flamed and her eyes grew
dark,' * e
Perhaps you'd better stay to Mystic f
when you get there, seein' things aint i
to your likin' hero!" she said, with bit- I
Everything was as prim, as ami ana
.8 musty as ever. Sally was not there.
There was but ono room upstairs,
tntl either side of it a dark attics he lit
lis lantern and searched there, but 1
Then he took a b?e-line for the near
ist neighbor's house, but though the
amily were i'ull of pity and astonishnent
and suggestion, ho did not find
" Hev ve b'arched the barn?" queried
>ld Giandbir Phelps from the chimney i
Will had not thought of that; so
.loyal Pnelps went back with him and
veered into every corner of the bin,
now, harnesj-shed and cellar.
They found the eggs she had left in 1
he hay, but they did not fiud Sally.
Chen the two men went over the house '
igaiu. peered shudderingly down into
he well, aud weighing the bucket with
leavy stones and lenghtening the rope, 1
et it down till they heard tho wood
strike hard against the rocky bottom
rom whenco bubbled up that living
pnng. Nobody was there.
"JUaDOe i nau, n you cau i it-urn uow i <
to cook vittles half-way deetnt," was c
Will's spiteful response.
"I'm sure I ilou't care!" she aa- 1
* Well, I dono as I do*" be replied, i
and walked across to the barn.
Sally was so angry that she flew round t
the kitchen as if ehe stepped on air; r.
she was in one of tboso rages that $
exalt the body witb tbe passion cf tbe t
mind, and make any action easy while I
the inner temper lasts. 1
It seemed to her as if she heard in i
her own ears the boiling of her rage ; i
sfce certainly did not hear out-door s
Bounds at ail; it was accidental that in
stepping pa^t tbe window she saw Will a
drive off down the hard road without so
much a* looking back to his heme. Sbe a
had not heard the sleigh bells ac all.
" You namt trampeu arouna tne lots
my, lievye?' inquired Royal Phelps
"Nowhere only tow'rdsyour house," 1
"Well, then, when mornin* comes
re kin track her; for it snowed about
in hour arter breakfast, and there haint
>en no passin' onto the road sence, for
I've ben a-choppin' 'long side on't the
mil time to-day; and I took a bite
ilor.g so'a not to stop; I was boun* to
inish up to-day."
But would that morniug ever come?
tt seemed not to Will; he walked the
louse while Royal snored in the rocker,
ind recalled with despair and distress
iow he and Silly had parted in the
If some cne else had been there for i;
her to talk to, probably she would have c
cooled down sooner; speech is a safetyvalve
many times to an overburdened
But she wa3 all alone in the house
and the nearest neighbor lived round a
hill out of sight.
And a3 she flew round putting the
dishes away and setting tack the table
in that bare, silent room, it^ only outlook
sheetR of dazzling snow," gray
woods, with here and there a dal!-green
cedar, or a ruir.d, flat cypress on the
barren hill-side, and one expanse cf
stainless suncv blue above, her thouguts
She looked back to the time of her
marriage, acd scorned herself for having
believed Will evc-r loved her. Just
H 1 ? f/Mfi l.nwl trnv/lc 9 tnn n vV V*.,ci
normng in anger; parted now, it j
ieemed, for the last time.
He bad not much imagination, bnt
le bad enough to conjure dreaaful ,
liings about bis wife's fate. All alone I
:bere in the farmhouse what might '
lot have happened ? Or, more proba- [
jly, had the not lied from him forever, i
ifraid of his temper and bis tongue?
3e blessed the shower of snow that
lad fallen in his absence and must tell
:he story of her flight; and he made a
few but very earnest resolutions as to i
lis future conduct toward her?if, inleed,
any futuro found them once more
But morning came, and on no field
Dr road, not even on the railway track
in either direction, was there a foot- |
print except tnose of Will's old horse
uid <he two men.
Sally's light feet had not traversed j
that yielding service ; nobody bad been [
xur a icn Uft4M vv* u
"Woftls break no bones," the pro verb
6ays, br.t they break hearts, which
i3 worse ; and words meau very much
to a woman, though very little to a mau.
Will, by this time, was whistling along
in the old sleigh, not thinking at all of
his partiDg with Sally, but of the feed
and flour he must buy in Mystic, the
price of cranberries and tho probable
weight of his pig?it was so near killing
Bat poor Sally, pitiable as well as
blamable, for to liave a quick, high
temper is worse for its possessor than
for anybody else, still brooded over her
Sho blamed Will for his hateful
vords, excused herself apd pitied herself
for her loneJv, motherless life and
inexperience, and planned a great many
Then Will broke down ; without food [
or sleep, oppressed by tho awful mys- !
tery of his loss, as weil as by tho lefs !
itself, he grew half-crazy, sobbed, raved !
and tramp ed the houEe till Royal Phelp
it last went over to fetch his wife, with *
the sage remark."
"He's past my handlin'; I guess;
women folfcs'd know better how to fetch I
bim to now."
Sj Mrs. Phelps came over, made some
hot c< ffec and persuaded him to drink
it, ?-:et things to rights a little; and prewired
to get dinner; but Will fctill lay
jn his face in tho bedroom, as wretched
ind hopeless as a man could be.
Suddenly a horse's hoofs beat on the
crusted snow up to the back door.
Will jumped up and rushed out, and I
? i j i.: . v.,. ,i; j I
i-ft uii.il ir.iuui'u uiiii u hiu, i_iv viia
not hf-nr, while be was opening it, the j
bearei's explanation :
" It come to Taunton deepott for ye, j
ard the operator paid 'was real import- !
ant, an' you'd giv' me a doller to fetch
Will did not answer; 1m brain reeled
as ho read:
" William Gray, Taunton. Your wife j
is at Stytts Sta}ion very ill."
"Gun I go back to Taunton wiih
you?-' be said to the man, handing the |
telep.ram to Mrs. Phelps, with a light j
in his eyes that told the relief ho was i
scarcely conscious of as yet.
4i Ileckon jou kin, for another ilol
lar," and with a nod to the astonished
Mrs. Puelps Will was off, and in an
hoar was seated in the train for Seyms
things to say and to do that should I
ehow Will elio would not be trodden on
and abused weakly and meekly. She
flnisliffl her active woik, built up the !
fire and sat down to her meudirg; but
by this time she hod come to tears--she
felt fo Borry for herself- and they
dropped so fa^t slxe could not darn. i
Just then the morning train thun- <
ilered bv and spun out of sight round a i
Sue remembered that she must go <
out to the b.irn nr.d ga'her the eggs,
as she always did about that time?she i
was so afraid to cross the road unless a
train had just passed.
She did net put on her hood, for tho
dav was so bright?and her head was
so hot with anger and crying that tho
ciol air was refreshing?but ran across
hastily; thero were plenty of eggs
to-day, but she hud no basket large ;
onouph to hold thcra. and to her astonishment
6ho found "Will had not fed
either the cow or the pi?r; ana her abated
aoffer rose to think that ho had gune oft'
without doing his barn work.
" That's a little too much," f-he said
to herself. "I aict a goiu' to do his i
chores for him, anyway I I'\e got
enough to do in tho house, and don't
suit mister at that. If ho thinks he's
got a dumb slavo to work lcr him, he's
mistook, I"' ? hire the cow lowed and I
The story is strange but true; when
Sally slammed the barn-door behind
her, she pulled her apron over her
head, and ran across the road, safe in
the knowledge that the morning express
had passed. The light fall of
snow dulled the sound of a special
freight train slowly rounding the corner
just at that moment, and Sally was
strnck l>y tho cow-catcher as she
stepped on the track, and was thrown
violently to one side.
Stunned by the blow, she lay on the
FACTS iND COMMENTS.
The writer of a report on English factories
and workshops has drawn a picture
whieh is anything bnt alluring of
London bakeries. He found that in a
great number of cases tho staff of life
is prepared amid surroundings which
are as unhealthful as they are unappetizing,
and that in some establishments
the arrangements are positively shocking.
Reports from Louisana indicate that
| the cano which was covered by the
floods is not so much injured as there
was reason to fear that it would be.
This is accounted for by tho low temperature
at tho time of tho floods, which
retarded the growth of the young cane
instead of rotting and killing it. In
tho regions which escaped inundation
ground unconscious. She did not hear
the cry of the engineer, who had witnessed
the accident; did not know that
the train had stopped, or that she wa9
surrounded by a group of strange men.
The engineer and one of the brakemen
entered the house and found it
deserted. No other dwelling was in
To leave a woman lying insensible in
an empty house was out of the question,
and so at last, aftsr calling in vain for
assistance, they laid her in the conductor's
car to carry her to tho nearest
station, some miles farther on.
When she regained her consciousness
it was her turn to f all those
pangs of regret and repentance that
Will suffered, and to ru:ike resolves of
the prospects for a large crop of sngar
Dr. Koch, a Berlin physician, has discovered
the secret nature of the parasite
which causes consumption. Matter
from the lnngs of consumptives has
been found to be swarming with parasites
which are highly infections. He
has propagated the diseaso artificially
and killed animals with the parasites
thus produced. And now if he will
only produce a parasite which will destroy
the tubercular parasite, he will
have conferred 3 lasting benefit upon
the human race.
Keep your eye on coins passing
through your hands and you may make
a strike. Tho rarest coin in the United
States is the double eagle of 1849, of
which there is only one in existence,
belonging to the cabinet of tho United
i sufaa mink Tho next in rarity is the
her own, if ever she returned to live
up to them,
Sbe couid not move or speak when
tho train stopped, and the men took
her from the ear-s upposing she was perhaps
Sh*? did revive, however, but only
enough to whisper Will's namo and
town in reply to persistent questioning,
before delirium set in, and when her
husband reached the hospital where
they had taken hor she did not know
him, and it was weeks instead of days
before she could go home.
In the meantime Will sold his farm
to Royal Phelps' brother, and bought
another close by Mystic, and two miles
from any railway. He knew that neither
he nor Sally would ever again feel safe
at the old place.
So far, their first quarrel has been
their last; the resolutions have been
well kept. Sully can mahe pot-pie and
half eagle of 1815. It is said that the
king of Sweden, to complete his collection
of United States coins, paid
$2,000 for a specimen. Only five of
these half eagles are in existence. The
silver dollar of 1804 is rare and valuable.
Only ten pieces of Ihe kind aro to
A peculiar business has been commenced
in Texas, the breeding of ponies
for the use and pleasure of children.
An 8,000-acre ranch in Bexar county,
has been fitted up for that purpose.
The owner bason it forty-five Shetland
mares and 100 Zacetecas ponies, a
Mexican breed, and he thinks that he
will succeed. Tho Zacetecas ponies are
spotted, cost no more than a goat, are
very hardy and well adapted to the saddle.
They roam over the mountain
like flocks of sheep and aro about as
gentle. In a short timo every child in
the United States will bo supplied with
a beautiful prize spotted pony?according
to the owner of the ranch.
Mr. Charles Dudley Warner writes
from Palermo that brigandage is about
at an end in Sicily. The organization
of the brigands is broken up and they
are discouraged. "My own explanation
of the change," writes Mr. Warner,
" is that tho brigands have gone to i
* * -i-l. -- o **r nw/3 f nTrrv
rye-bread, as well as many oilier tilings,
quite as skilfully as Cousin Throny,
and 6he is so happy with her husband
and her baby that she sometimes thinks
Will lost all Lis bad temper when he
found his wife at Soyms.? 1"outh's Cmipardon.
A BULL-FIGHT IX HAVANA.
How Hip Brutal Sport i* Carried on lu
The pit is situated across the river at
a place culled Ricla, and reached by
means of two excellent ferrybrats at
intervals of ten minutes. It is circular
in form, covering a space of about
seventy-five feet, inclosed by a strong
board fence about six feet high. Inside
of the pit and standing about fifteen
inches from the fence are four shields
or protectors of boards, about five feet
wide and as high as the fence itself,
placed at equal distances apart within
the circle. These are intended for the
protection of the gladiator, who retires
behind these places when too closely
pursued by the bull. Beginning from
? * J ?i?j;? ?n
keeping me iioiei? m oivuj, nuu
it out of tho travelers id a legal but ,
more thorough manner. I might as
well say here, from considerable expe- ,
rienco in Sicilian hotels, that they are
on their way to te first-class. Their
prices are already first-rate. They have
only to raise tho accommodation, the
food and attendance up to the prices
and they will be all right. The landlords
have simply begun at the wrong
A piece of good luck has befallen the
prisoners in jail at Council Bluffs, ,
Iowa. A young giant, who Btands six
feet eloven inches high in bis stockings,
weighs 275 pounds and is only twenty
years old, has been added to their numbers.
As soon as they perceived that
his gigantic proportions were likely to
fix the gaze of visitors to the jail, they
put their new comrudo on exhibition at
ten cents a hoad. At the approach of
I - 41.^ m'onf votl'fOQ fpnm t.hfl PDF
1110 cop OI II1I8 KUJUt) UliU fAicuuiug an
around the pit are rows of seats rn jning
upward for twenty feet in a fimilar
manner to that of a circus, at the
top of which is a platform covered
overhead and protected by a railing extending
aronnd tho entire circle of ascending
seats. This platform is intended
exclusively for ladies and for
reserved seats. Ia the center of this
circular platform and in the most prominent
position is erected a private box
for the governor-general and family,
with his retinue and bugler. Beneath
tL^ seats and around the fence is
an open space or passage of about
twenty feet in width, and at several
points therefrom sups are erected run
ning up and through the seats as modes
of ingress and egress to and from them.
There are two laYge gates cut in the
encc, to the rear of which are four
small pens or inclosures, where
tho bulls are kept separate,
an.\ from wnich they rush
through the open gate into the pit.
The other gate is for the purpose of
dragging them out when killed by the
gladiator. You must understand that
(Vioro ia nn rnvprinc or nrotection from
U ViaitUi tilU glAUU
ridor to his cell and refuses to emerge
until the dime has been handed to
another prisoner duly appointed to collect
the fees. With the funds thus
provided the prisoners purchase tobacco
and other luxuries to cheer the
dull routine of jail life.
An accurate little photograph of Mr.
Longfellow is given by a writer in the
Indianapolis Journal: "His dress was
scrupulously tasteful and becoming.
! His hair and board, set off against a
i snowy collar and a coat of black, showed
silvery bright, but were in quantity
j and texture much thinner and finer
I than his engravings represmt. The
: features, too, wero not so full and
j rugged as in his portraits, but were mii
nutely lined with time, and of that pej
culiar pallor of complexion that comes
1 L Ua ytma mr\ry_
the rajs of the sun except over the platform
for ladies and reserved seats, and
that theso amusements take place
entirely on Sundays and always in the
afternoon. Therefore one-half of the
seats are shaded by tho covering of the
platform on tho side v/liere the sun is
declining, while the sun shine? bright
and hot on tho other half. Tho entrance
fee is $2 for the shady side, SI for the
sunny side, and $8 for the platform
seat?. Tho people assemble, and in
their 6eats wait patiently for the presence
of the governor general, who must
be present before tlie fight is allowed
to begin. While awaiting his arrival we
amused ourself looking at the sunny
side fellows, who were sweltering
omy 01 extreme ngi\ xuu uc nuo nuui
derfully agile in bis movements, and
i continually shifting positions?some!
times settling forward, his elbow rest!
ing on the table, the hiead propped rest!
fully in his hand ; then, suddenly leanj
ing backward, the entire figure assuming
| an air of enviable languor."
Cincinnati has a strange hermit in
I Edward Holroyd. He was once a part!
ner in a large and successful dry goods
| house, and at that time was public
I ni-vivifc/i irwinl and widely known.
in the 1 roiling sun with handker
chiefs in hand wiping away the fastflowing
peippiratior., whilo wo eat on
the shady side cool and comfortable
munching- peanuts. Presently the
bugler announced the arrival of tne
governor-general, anl immediately one
gato is thrown open, when four men on
foot and t wo on horseback enter the
pit. The footmen aro attired in costumes,
carrying in onehaud a red cloth.
The horsemen are attired in a similar
manner but with iron leggings and a
3pear in the right hand. The horses,
which are generally poor and inferior
are blindfolded over ono eye to prevent
them from seeing the bull when he
make3 tho attack. All being ready the
signal is giveu for the entrance of the
bull. A sliding door is then raised
from the top of lm pen, which is
covered overhead, on seeing which ho
rashes out with a terrible snort and
ferocious look for the pit. He is decorated
with a flashy rosette, and with streamers
hanging down from hid mane. On
bis entrance a yell is raided, handkerchiefs
are waved, and excitement begins
to ran hi^h. The bull stop3 for a
moment, his head erect, takes a hurried
look at the excited crowd, bows his
horned head, and makes a rush for one
of the horses, which is parried by a
well directed lunge from cnt of the
spears. He then makes for the other
and, notwit^standiDg the spears, he
seldom fails to give the horse a terriblo
blow iu the side. This is kept up, and
sometimes the horse, rider and bull are
seen rolling in the dirt together. Often
the borso and rider are caught against
the fence and lifted clear off the ground.
In one of these unpleasant situations
the bull's horn was buried its
full length into tho horse, and
"h"""-"! i" u
Twenty' years ago be retired suddenly
from business, secluded himself in a
very handsome suburban residence, and
has never since been off the premises.
For months no human being sees him,
his orders to the family who live in the
house being sent out from his room in
writing, and his food being passed in
through a wicket. The building is
going to ruin through neglect, and the
grounds are untended, but neither
through stinginess nor lack of means,
as his property has appreciated to $250,000
in value, and ho frequently gives
away money in charity.. He takes the
daily newspapers, and t^ems to keep
informed*as to what is going on in the
world, but will have nothing to do with
it, and lately refused to see one of-his
former business partners. Many of his
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completely bad he dropped out of
notice, when a description in the Enquirer
of his manner of existence called
their attention to him. He is now
eighty. The cause of his seclusion was
his wife, with whom he quarreled, and
who obtained a divorce, compelling him
to provido for her a separate maintenance.
This soured him, and he vowed
to be done with human beings.
From time immemorial stockings
with toes have been used occasionally,
narticulailv in the treatment of certain
that animal killed almost instantly,
while the rider was dragged over the
fence by the crowd. After an interval
the bugle sounds for horses to retire,
and the field is left to the men on foot.
They harrass the bull with their ban
i-_ - /?f..n^
foot troubles. Lately tliey have come
into more general use, and not a little
public discussion hus arisen over the
fashionable novelty. The London medical
authority, lancet, is strongly in
clined to favor them as likely to conduce
to comfort, and spare many persons
who now suffer from the development
of soft corns between tyo toes, a
serious trouble. "They wc .d also be
i more cleanly than the sf jckings in
j common use, because they would nat-'
I urally absorb and removo the
! acrid moisture which accumulates be'
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tiers uiicu do is jeiuiiuij wuu. uuc
man will then take an ercct po&itiou,
holding in each hand a barbed wire
about eighteen inches long, covered all
over with fancy cut paper. The bull
attacks him, but before his horns can
reach hiui lie plunges the two barbs
nto his neck on either side, leaving
them dangling to the great discomfiture
and misery of the beast, which extends
his tongue, shakes his head and bellows
with pain. This is repeated until there
are nix or more woucils iu dieted. The
ball now being furious, the gladiator
draws lii3 hword, which is an ordinary
cue with a narrow blade
and perfect'? straight. With this he
proceeds to kill him. Ho holds a red
banner of cloth in his left hand, with
which he entices the bull to make the
find m hn annroaehes he stens
tween tno iocs, ana wuicu is iuu general
cause of offensive odors from tho
feet. They will, moreover, givo the
foot better plav, allowing its phalanges
greator freedom of action. Antl, lastly,
a well tilted digitated sock or stocking
will removo a mass of material from the
] toe of the boot, anil, at tho sumo time,
1 secure incrcasoJ breadth and space for
! expansion across the base of tho toes.
i The new stockings, supposing them to
I be well cut and fitted, posses9 many ad'
A Strange Scene in the House.
Tho Washington correspondent of the
Chicago Times alludes to an odd tcene
! in the EIou?o of Representatives a short
time ago. Alexander H. Stephens was
; allowed ten minutes, arid he wheeled
| himself around in tho peculiar vehicle
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11] WI1IUII u? run uu itiu uuui ui iud
| House, and spoko in favor of pasing
i ton:e bill which would Rive the honest
i claimants ngairiBt the United States a
chance to have their claims considered
and paid. Mr. Stephens was very much
j in earnest, and lie gesticulated with his
1 gloved hand with such vigor and spoke
i in f-uch loud, clear tones as eeemed a
I marvelous exhibition from such nn at]
tenuated, feeble and paralvzed body.
1 Iu his seat he wheeled himself all ever
; the open space in front of the clerk's
; deslr, and the members gathered around
! him in a ciicle, so that it would have
| ap j en red to a stranger in the gallery,
J who did not know what was going on,
that the members were looking at an
expert exhibition of a curions kind of
a bicycle. Mr. Stephens wan applauded
whon he finished.
Patience, the second bravery of mau,
is, perhaps, greater than the first.
slif-htly to 0110 side, at the samo time
burying the sword to tlio hilt between
the shoulder? and down through the
heart, the point protruding underneath,
from which a stream of blood flows
The sword iau<-t then be extracted, after
which the bull lies down quietly aud
die*. This is repeated as above uutil
the fourth bull is killed. As fast as they
are killed the other gate is oppn and two
mules in harness enter, which are
attached to the horns and the b ills are
dragged ou^. Daring tho whole time
tho excitement is intense and the scene
one of horror and disgust.?Savannah
Wo must not bo surprised to hear of
a paper furniture fjctory starting into
existence before long. Paper can now
be made of strong fibers and compressed
into a substance so hard that
only a diamond can scratch it. A foreign
jonrcal says that wood will be superseded
At the residence of Jesse McCollum,
two miles from Canton, Ga , there is
growing a rosebush that was planted
since tbe war, in a flourishing condition,
which measures eleven and a haif
inches in cireuo.ference, measured sis
inches above th'. ground.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
EASTERN AND MIDDLE STATES.
Great damage baa l>eoo done to shipping
and other property by a heavy storm along tho
southern Now Jorsoy coast.
A mass meeting iu Now V'orU, presidod over
by Mayor Graco, and addressed by prominont
Irishmen, pi.sied resolutions condemning tho
mcent assasiiinat'ons in Du'bliu, but declaring
iboy vrcro caused by English misrule in
Edy-ard Hixcx <fc Co., Boston furniture
dealers, bavo failed for $125,-000.
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Ex-Senatoh J. W. Dorset pleaded not guilty
to tho charge of complicity in the star-route
frauds, and gave bail in the snm of $10,000.
W. L. McLean, of Philadelphia, paid to Mrs.
Sergeant Maaon $3,512.02, collected for tho
Maaou fund by the Philadelphia Press. Mrs.
Mason agreed to set aside $1,000 for the cxcIqaive
benefit of the baby.
TnE treasury department has been informed
that counterfeit $5 gold pieces havo mado their
appearance in Iowa of tho date of 1878 and
1880. They are reported to bo woll executed)
bnt are light of weight.
The hall of tho Hygienic exliib tion, near
Moabit, in the district of l'otsdam, Germany,
lias been destroyed by lire, 'i li exhibition was
about to bo opened, and ninny costly exhibits
were already in place, all of which wero destroyed.
The loss is estimated at several hnntl,n?unn,l
Umnni-nr IVMIiom mo a
an oia man in New lorn meu mo UIUC1 UftJ
from (bo effects of a bito inflicted by a cat.
TnrF.E white ir on and two negroes were publicly
whipped, for various crimes, at the New
Castle (Del.) Jail.
Thomas McCabe, a sixteen-year-old boy,
shot and mortally wounded his stopmother,
aged sixty-lire, in New York, and then robbed
her as she lay helpless on tho floor of her room.
The jou ig acoundrol was cnught and locked
The British steamship Pliny, from Brazil for
New York, stranded near Long Branch, N. J.,
during a heavy storm. All the passengers and
crow reached land through the efforts of the
drew of a life-saving station. Tho Pliny was
an iron vessel valued at $200,000, and had a
present during the conllagration.
A Dcnm dispatch says: "From information
that tho aesaasin3 are still ill thia city tho
conclusion is drawn that they aro afraid that if
they should bo separated ono would turn
traitor. From information obtained it appears
that at least twelve were engaged in tho
tragedy. It is believed that iu tho cab
which' stood near the scene of the mntder
and loitering under tho trees were armed
men ready to effect a rescue in caso the actual
assassins wero surprised. Tho police have
issued descriptions of four of tho men ou the
car. Two of thom are described as being about
thirty years of age, with sandy hair ; ouc about
thirty-five, of Btout build and dark comp'e.von
with a hollow on tin bridge of his nose, and the
cargo of 26,000 bags or conoe, wortn aooui
$325,000, and 500 bundles of hidei. Sho will
be a total I039.
A reaudit of tlie accounts of Adam Dundore,
tlio defaulting treasurer of Berks county, Pa.,
shows an additional balanco duo tho Stato of
$11,534.80. The amount due tho Stato is now
plaeod lit over $30,000.
Uton its arrival in New York United Statrt
marshals searched tho ocean steamer Scythia
for persons answering the descriptions of the
murderers of Lord Frederick Cavendish and
Under Secretary Burlco, but failed to find any,
Wuilk bound for Now York tho cargo of tho
steamer ltio Grando, frorj Galveston, was diseoverod
to bo on liro. Tho ninety passengers
011 board woro transferred to a passing bark,
and tho stoanior was scuttled and sunk at tlio
Dvhino services in an Episcopal church
in New York a stranger entered and ahot himself
aroustcst D. Leightos. a mulatto, was
hanged in New York for murdering his paramour,
Mary L. Dean, an octoroon, with whom
he had quarreled. Leigliton murdered his
Otner aDOUt won v, wuu u Ui,u.v muatache.
Tho driver is described as being bo.
tween thirty-fivo and forty, with a red bloated
The business part of Mant.i, Ecuador, ha.
been burned ; aggregate losses, $120 000.
The Pacific Mail sti*amer Salvador was
wrecked on the island of San Lucas, near Costa
Rica. No lives wero loaj and nearly all the
cargo was saved.
ATuRKisn transport in the Bosphortis went
ashore and fifty soldiers on board were drowned.
An Austrian physician, who has visited the
Jews' hospital at Odessa, states that there are
12-5 horribly mutilated persons th^-o, the
Russians having poured petroleum into their
A rev?\rd of ?500 lias been offered by the
British government for the apprehension of
any one harboring the asaaaasinn of Lord
Cavendish and Mr. Burko.
Fiftt Auatriana have been killed by inaurgenta
in ambush noar Neveeinje, HerzegovinaThf.
captain, first officer and fifty-five of the
crew of tlw Tnrkiali transport which went
aahorn in tho Bosphorus perished.
Ar.oirr ha'.f of thu village ot Danville, Quel.nc,
has bccti burned. Forty houses aud
aiori'H wero destroyed, causing a loss estimated
Kkom St. Johns, N. F., comes news of many
stint mni>h ln*a of lifo during
victim uy cutting nor iiiiosi wun a ra*ui.
Great excitement wad' caused at Syracuso,
N. i\, in consequence ot the finding of the
body of Dr. Henry W. Kendall, a reputable
medical practitioner of that city, lying insensible
in a meadow near tho county poorhouse
cemetery, witb a bullet hole betweep the eyes.
Near the body were two shovels wrapped together
in a piece of old carpet and a satchel.
The satchel contained a bottle of whisky, a
cant book, a dirk lantern, a bit and stock, a
screw driver and other tools used by resurrectionists
in grave robbing. Upon his revival
Dr. Kendall refused tc say who had wounded
The Pennsylvania Grconback-Labor party
met at Harrisburg and nominated Thomas A.
Armstrong, editor of a Greenback paper at
tliu recent lu'nvy storms. Several vcsaola with
all on board have been lost. A large French
.YtMHul, with a crow of nineteen men and
nighty-seven piaseugers, more than forty days
overdue, has hoeu Riven up as lost. Since the
arrival of the French limiting licet at St. Pierre
twenty-uiio deaths from drowning have occurred.
Judgment in the case of the persons on trial
ia connection with the King the&tro firo has
boen delivered, Director Jauner, HerrNitsche
and Herr Geringer were pronounced guilty ol
contributory negligence. The other por?ons
accused,were acquittod. Director Jauner was
sentenced to four months' simple arrest, Herr
Geringer to four months' imprisonment and
Herr Nitscho to eight months' imprisonment;
Geringer and Nitscho to fast ono day in each
Pekc has rejected Chili's terms of peace.
Tho principal conditions wore that Chili should
keep tho province of Tarapaca as a conquest,
and r.hau Peru should bo obliged to sell to
Pittsburg, for governor; T. V. xowaeriy, mayor
of Scranton, (or lieutenant-governor; J. L. DeWolf
for eecretary of internal affairs; J. A.
Cake for supreme Judge and Robert R. Tomlinson
for congressman at large. A platform was
adopted in favor of tho government issuing all
currency; opposing all monopolies especially
in money, transportation, telegraph and land;
asking for a tariff revision to protect against
the pauper labor of Europe: urging the immediate
consideration of soldiers' claims, and declaring
the right of labor to combine.
SOUTH AND WEST.
Cyclones haro wrought death and dostruotion
in various party of tho South. Throughout
tho south nido of Virginia many family
residoncoj., farms and fencoa wore demolished,
largo treeii uprooted and bridgoa vrashedaway.
In tho vicinity of Shrovoport, La., bouses, forosta
and plantations wore dostrojed, ono old
man and two children lost their lives, and
many-cattlo wero killed. Mill Crook sottloment.'in
the Indian Territory,was partially do troyod,
and four person* wore killed and nearly
a dozen injured.
An enoimous pigsnn roost in the vicinity ol
B|i*rla, Wis., in attracting groat attention. The
roost is in a dense pinery, is about hair a mile
wide and ten miios long, and overy tree con.
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A r vtch of air thousand Swedish and Norwegian
emigrants have started lor America.
A Caiko (Epjypt) dispatch eays that the cabinet
completely submitted to the khediye. They
kissed his hands and garments, implored hia
pardcn and expressed loyalty. The khedivo
received them coldly. He said he would sink
personal differences to eave the country, which
was placed in serious danger. The ministere
jj|.? lowf.li, tho United States minister,
opened tho "Garfield Home for Working
Girls " near Ijoudou.
At a caucus of Democratic members of the
iiouso, afl.or a number of Bpeeclics had been
mado, it vaa tacitly agrood to oppose aa far aa
possible the conaidoratiou of tho contented
election c;i8cs from tho South.
A LAitnu number of arrests in connection
with tho recent murdcraof Lord Cavondiah and
Mr. Burke havn Wen mado in England, IreI
land and Scotland. Tho Liverpool police, actI'
ing on a private loiter, boarded the ateamer
Egypt aa alio was about to sail for New York.
Tho pasaengore and crow wero all muatered on
| deck. The vesael was thon searched and ton
I men wero diacovoral atowed in different parts
rrM ,MA"A trv f Vin rv\li/*A
or tLesteairor. nmj ? r-,.?
An explosion of gunpowder has occurred in
Copenhagen, Denmark, by which six persons
were kil .ol and many injured.
Mr. Sahuest, United States minister to Germany,
presented his credentials to Emperor
Tnr oMin*A nf thn sun was puceeaafnllv oh
IHNB IIUUI bWUUkjr iu mill, J UU3.9. a ttv yi&MKMu*
/lumber millions. .
1'atrici. Devinb was banged at Clinton, III.,
for tlio murder of Aaron Goodfellow, a prominent
citizen of Bioomington, in 1879. Devine
aod another young man woro supposed to iiaro
Committed tho crime, and the formor wax
tracked to New York State, extradited, tried
and round guilty upon circumstantial evidence,
lie protested his innocence to the last.
Ex-Governor 0. C. Washburn, of Wisconsin,
General John G. Barnard, for ""many years
at the head of tho department of engineers,
U. S. A., diod a few daya since at Detroit,
C. D. W. YotTNO, auditor of the Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha railroad ; Stewart
Moore, chief clerk in the freight department
of tho Northern Paoific railway, and Mr.
Gosick, of White Bear, were drowned in White
Bear lake, twelve miles from St. Paul, Minn.
A San Francisco dispatch aaya that a Mr.
Ferris, who claims to be the last real original
Sir Roger Tichborne, lias been recognlzod by
three formor servants of the*fkmilj, now residents
Maxt houses, mills and bridges havo been
swept away in Arkansas by inundations caused
by heavy rains. Tho loss is estimated at more
Hundreds of thousands of acres of wheat,
oats and cornjn Indiana havo been destroyed
by heavy and incessant rains, and many farmers
will be ruined.
Dick Rooehs, a cowboy, and Jim Cation, a
stage robber, while drunk, terrorized the citizens
at Fort Garland, Col.; but in trying to
run tho soldiers out of the fort the former was
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served in Egypt by English, Trench and Italian
Mr. George Otto Treyelyan, the new Irish
secrotary, took hia seat in the British house of
commons. He defended the repression bill,
and declared that it would not bo used against
any constitutional effort to alter existing Institutions.
Mr. Dillon etrongly denounced the
bill as a'measure for tho promotion of crime
The Irish party in the British parliament
unanimously condemn the repression bill. All
tho Irieb judges except the lord chancellor
have protested against the proposed abolition
j of trial by jury.
Tee steamer Rogers caught fire in the St.
j Lawrence river, Canada, and was destroyed.
I Three men rierished.
miioa ana uiu muci uiuiluij nuuuuuu.
TnE Tennessee senate passed tho bill to fund
tho State debt at sixty cents and three, four,
lire aud biz per cent, interest.
Dr. H. H. Hubbard, Jato surgeon-general of
tho Confedernto army, died in San Francisco,
A sailino boat with twolvo persona on board
capsized iu Lake Calumet, near Pullman, III.,
and all were drowned, as follows: Napoleon
Bueklin, an old sea captain, recently from
Maine, aged 50yoars,Jand his two sons, Ben and
James Buckliu, agod 12 and 17; John L. Smith,
foreman in the car department, aged 2'J;
Vessel9 arriving at Halifax, N. 8., report
having met immense fields of ice in the oe6an.
There are about 100 vessels fast In the ice
around the Magdalen islands.
Bills were reportod favorably making appropriations
for public buildings as follows:
, Jackson, Tcnn., $50,000; Newcastle, Del., $15,j
000; Council Bluffs, la., $100,000; Detroit,
i $000,000 ; Hannibal, Mo., $75,000 ; Louisville,
Ky.; $500,000....Mr. Pendleton presented a
I report from the committee on civil scrvico,
i urging the passage of the bill to improve the
j civil scrvico reported to the Senate in MarchTho
House joint resolution was passed auj
thorizing the librarian of Congress to accept
! the library offered to the United State.* bv Dr.
I r m ni -? T>:n.
Charles F. Pierce, aged 40; H. T. Mooro, 38
years; \V. J." Burn*, 22 yoars; a young nun
named Foster, a man named Davis, 45 years
old. and tlire'3 other men.
Stewarts ville, Mo., is in ashes. Thirtyseven
houses, including every business house,
The total number of billed and wounded by
the recent cyclono at McAllister, Indian Territory,
is 120. Of these llfteon aro already
doad, many aro maimed for life and others
Four men, while fishing in % lake near
Sheffield, Ind., were drowned by the upsetting
of their boat.
Tiie court-lunao at Franklin, Ky., has been
itcatroyral l>y h lirotif incendiary origin.
0. .'1. J.uucr, ui n uaiiiijgiuu ( , , , urns ?au ioported
favorably for public building-sat Rochester
and Syracuse, N. Y., and for a monument
t > the memory of Biron DeKalb Thb House
bill appropriating $5u,000 for a public building
at Jackson, Tonn., was passed.
Au adverse report was made upon tho joint
! resolution tendering the thanks of Congress to
. Chief Engineer Melvillo and conferring upon
I him additional rank....A petition from Mrs.
i B. B. Bassett, of Virginia, setting forth that
j sho is the owner by inheritance of tho family
Biblo of Qeorgo Washington, and offering to
j sell it lo tho government, was referred....The
: bill for an extension of a steam grain shovel
patent, reported favorably, with a substitution
of seven years in place of ten, as^ tho term, of
the extension, was debated without action.
Tho session of tho House was opened by
Rabbi Jacob Voorsanger, of Houston, Texas....
Tho river and harbor appropriation bill was
reported and ordered printed....The bill to
Tiikrk hundred men took Joseph E. Jenkins,
who murdered Kapliaol Castillo, from jail at St.
Martinsville, La., mid hanged him. Tlio
crowd also hanged Eugene Azar, who killed a
man last January.
Tiik Iiouho of Br;ggs Flack, Orland, Cal., was
burned, and a young girl, the sister of Mrs.
Flack, perished. Mrs. Ilico ard herehild wero
Isaac (iAitoNr.it and his thrco daughters,
while* attempting to ford tho '1'uscarawaB river,
near Nowcomflrutnwn. Ohio, in a wagon, wore
j en.ible national banking associations to externi
thc-ir corporato cxi.-tuuco was debatod, and
I notices wcro giveu of several amendments....
i A bill was introduced and referred, tendering
! the thanks of Congress to Lieutenant DanenI
liower, of the J<,annctic;\ and conferring upon
j him the rank of lieutcuant-eommander.
A bill was introduced providing that every
j person who destroys any wild animal or game
: except for purposes of human food, shall forfeit
all the implements, guns and ammunition
in his possession, aud 8h?ll bo deemed guilty
o.' a misdemeanor,... A resolution was adopted
I directing the secretary of war to inquire into
! the propriety of purchasing the dwelling houso
| in Washington in which Presidout Lincoln
' died .... The speaker announced the appoint!
inc.tit of Messrs. Camp, of New York; Davis, of
! Illinois, and Ulackburn, of Kentucky, as visij
tors to West I'oint; and of Messrs. Thomas,
Tde annual penuion appropriation Dill, as reported
to the flowie, appropriates $100,0'Jt),0(K).
Tbe appropriation for the same purpose for
the currcnt liscal year amounted to $50,000,000,
aud it ie estimated that a further appropriat
ion of $20,000,000 will be necessary to complete
tho service for that period. The new bill appropriatea
for army pensions: Invalids, $74,000,000
; widows, childrou ancl dependent relatives,
$2!',000,000; survivors aud widows of
tbe war of 1812, $3,010,000. For navy pensions:
Invalids, $000,000; widows, children
and dependent relatives, $000,000.
The woman suffragists have scored qnito a
victory, the Seuato select committor on woman
suffrage by a voto3 to 2 having f.greoi to recommond
to the Senate for adoption Senator Lapham's
joiut resolution proposing an amend
ment to the uonsuumou, proviumg vu.n |UU
right of citizens of tho United Statos to vote
shall not bo denied or abridged bv tho United
States or by any State 011 account of sex." Tho
vote was as follows : Yoas, Senators Lapham,
Blair and Jackson, 3 ; nays, Senators George
and Fair, 2; absent, Senators Anthony and
Mrs. Garfield has writen to Senator
Sherman, acknowledging tho receipt of anotice
of the pension granted hi r for her husband's
sake and saying further: "I am truly mindful
of the generous kindness shown to tho family of
General Garfield not only by friends but by tho
national legislature and may I ask that you
make acknowledgment of this in whatever way
and by whatever expression of my gratitude
eeema to yon appropriate."
I of Illinois, Darrol', of Louisiana, and Harris, 01
j New Jersey, sis visitors to Annapolis..,.A moI
lion was adopted to suspend the rules and pass
ii hill providing that no action for damans lor
j infringement of patents shall Le sustained lor
I tic use or any patented artido or device, when
I it shall appear on the trial that defendant purj
chased such article for a valuable considerI
aiion in open market....Mi. lSobiuson,
j of New York, introduced a resolution in
I 'he House requesting tho President to
| inform tho IIouso whether certain papers and
[ correspondence regarding American citizens
in British prisons, communicated to the British
parliament or published 111 London, have been
received at tho state department, and whether
1 ho House may expect the additional corrc.-poiulcnce
called lor by its resolution of the
7">th ult.; whether anv persons claiming to
be American citizens still remain iu British
prisons without allegation of'crime or prospect
of speedy trial; whether any proposition has
been niii'lc to coerco American citizens to so
I degrade their cit./.ensiiip as to accept release
I from unjust imprisonment by accepting it. on
(Ic?r:i<!iu? conditions; whether auv persou
holding ollico under tin; United States baa ofiiicii-jy
to thoao citizens to induce ilietn
i tn iii-cept reloaae under auch degrading eonI
dilions, and if so, by what alleged authority,
Bills were reported providing that acceeaoriee
after the fact may be tried before the trial of
the principal when the principal Las escaped;
making the bribery of, or the acceptance of a
bribe by, a witness punishable by a fine of not
more than $500 or imprieonment for not
more than two years; declaring the
bribery o? or acceptance of a
bribe by, a Juror a felony; declaring
it a misprison of felony to conceal the
knowledge of the commission of a felony.
....The 8enato Jfcint resolution was passed authnrS?in<7
tho aeerotarv of war to lena one hun
At Salzburg, in the Tyrol, some old
brioks were found to be magnetic. Experiments
on the clays in the neighborhood
showed that the bricks, which
contain breunerite, mica-slate, argillaceous,
iron-garnet, chlorite and hornblende,
became, after intense heating,
capable of affecting a magnet.
A bntterfly hnnter in Florida gets an
average of five cents apiece for his captures,
thongh some rare specimens
bring much more. One very rare specimen
sells as high as $40 per pair.
Can never be po.-eesaed by those whose digest
1 I < ? - ,
fORMEHT, INDEED. s
LIffe's vexations do not generally come on on#
11 ko a storm descending the mountain or Ulr* a
whirlwind: they come as the rain does iaaom*
sections or the world?gently, but erery day.
One of life's discomforts is presented herewith!
f* to popular Impression,
ather, mosquitoes ana
logs all flourish at the
i time and are chargeable
the malefic Influence of
ieDog8tar. Speaking of
dogs and the Dog Star re-'
minds as of a boys story
of a dog and the comet,
-and which we here civo
In a abort extract from
the boy's letter: "Golly,
-Bob, yon ought to ha'
been there last night to
a-seen the ftm. Tom
Winking* <3 erg Toddlea
;was a-ee ttln' at the gate /
a-gazln' at the Comlt,
wnen along comes old .
Bykes dumed nit tarrler
and tbe 2 waltzed orer the fence andjtbe
dred flags to the citizens* committoe of Charlotte,
N. 0., tjbo uaod in the celebration of the
107tti anniversary of the Mocklenburg declaration
A report was submitted from the committee
on elections on this election case of Lowe against
Wheeler, from the Eighth Congressional district
of Alabama, declaring ihe contestant,
Lowe, entitled to ilie scat The bill to permit
national banks to extend their corporate existence
was further considered.
On motion of Mr. Kasaon, of Iowa, a bill was
passed providing that any person being originally
a citizen of the United States who has
been naturalized as a Hibject of Great Britain,
may publicly dec.are his renunciation of such
naturalization, and resume his character and
privileges as a citizen of the United States, bj
ire ana assimilative organs are in a state 01
chronic disorder. Weak stomachs make weak
nerves. To restore vigor and quietude to the
latter, the first must be invigorated and regulated.
The ordinary sedatives may tranquillize
the nerves for a while, but they can never, like
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, remove the causes
of nervous debility. That superb invigorant
and corrective of disordered conditions of the
alimentary organs have also the effect of imparting
tone to the nerves. The delicate tissues
of which they are constituted, when weakened
in consequence of impoverishment of the
blood, resulting from imperfect digestion and
assimilation, draw strength from the fund of
vitality developed in tho system by the Bitters,
which imparts the reouire<l impetus to the nutritive
functions of tne stomach, enriches the
circulation, and gives tono and regularity to tho
Becretive and evacuative organs.
A CORRK8PONDENT says that he counted off the
shores of "The Neck,"" King George county,
Va., ninety vessels engaged in taking oystera
at one time.
; 2 fought. The tarrler proved too muen for Toadies,
and afore they could haul him off the battie
ground he had made a good square meal off
his hide. Tom wm in despair. A kind looking
gentleman in * broad brim bat told blm to get a
bottle of St. Jacobs Oil and rub him with it, and
it would cure him in no time. What docs Tom
do but steal into the chapel at Yesper time and
slide into Father Jacobs confessional box and
beg of bim a bottle of bis oil with which to rub
hiadorg. The Father felt of Tom's head; it was
hot an'afore Tom could utter a prayer, two men
were luggin' him home followed by a neat crowd,
who kept at a safe distance, thinking he had
been bit by a mad donr. The more ho kickcd
and screamed to be let free, the tighter they held
on to him." In reference to another torment, tho
Chicago Western Catholic recently wrote: "Mr.
Joel D. Harvey, U. 8. Collector or Internal Revenue,
of this city, has spent over two thousand
1 dollars on medicine forbls wife, who was suffering
dreadfully from rheumatism, and without
i deriving any benefit whatever; yet two bottles
of Sr. Jacobs Oil accomplished what the most
skill tnl medical men failed in doing. We could
give the names of hundreds who have been cured
by this wonderful remedy did space permit us.
Tne latest man who has been made happy
through the use of this valuable liniment is Mr.
James A. Conlan, librarian of the Union Catholic
library of this city. The following is Mr. Con
Tnn'a IndnnprnPTit! ?
aitjnlug an imtrumcut to that effect.
A. Boy Lover's Tragic l)eod.
Almost singular and romantic case
of immatare passion ended at St. Paul,
Missouri, in a tragedy. For several
months Albert Drake, a well-connected
youth of sixteen years, bad been in the
agonies of a first love with Miss Jennie
Faulkner, fifteen years old, daughter of
a well-to-do and highly respected
family. Toe affair Laving "assumed a
more dangerous form than a schoolmate
attachment, the mother of the
girl forbade the youth tho house and
further association with her child. She
had no further objection than their
youth. Yonng Drake asked the girl to
elope with him, but she declared her
intention to obey her mother. Having
broken the news to her lover in person
gently but firmly, yonng Drake accused
her of having deserted him for a rival,
Reader, can you believe that the creator
afflicts one-third of mankind with & disease for
which there ia no remedy ? Dr. R. V. Pierce'a
"Golden Medical Discovery" has cured hundreds
of caaes of Consumption, and men aro
living to-day?healthy, robust men?whom
physicians pronouneed incnrable, because one
lung was almost gone. Send two stamps for Dr.
Pierce's pamphlet on Consumption and Kindred
Affections. Address World's Dispensa&y
Medical Association, Buffalo, n'. Y.
Austrian toads are largely imported into
England for killing insects, etc., in gardens.
They fetch from $15 to $20 a hundred.
Young or middle-aged men suffering from
jetvous debility, loss of memory, premature
old age, as the result of bad habits, should
send tnree stamps for Part VII. of Dime Series
pamphlets. Address World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Eureka district, Nevada, has produced
ores to the value of $31,000,000 during the past
Dr. Pierce'a 'Tavorito Prescription" is th
debilitated woman's beat restorative tonic.
What word in the English language posaesees
the greatest number of one particular letter?
1 >7 ' ' Uniow Catholic Libbabt Association,)
' 204 Dearborn Street, >
Chicago, Sept. 16,1880. I
I wish to add my testimony to fee merits or St.
Jacobs Oil as a cure for rheumatism. One bottle
has cured ma of this troublesome disease,
which gavo me a great deal of bother for a long
time; but, thanks to the remedy,I am cured. This
> statement Is uasolicited by any one In its Interest.
Jakes A. Con law. Librarian.
The Wilsonia Magnetic Clotting Company
beg to announce to the public
that In oirder to accommodate the
greatly increased demandforthelr
Magnetic Gdrments they have removed
their principal salesrooms
and offices from 465 Fulton 8t.f
Brooklyn, to 25 East 14th St., New
York City, where all communications
should be addressed, and
all checks, drafts andP. O. orders
be made payable.
ana tney separated in muroai aisirusi.
The next day the girl -was returning
from school when she met the lad and
spoke pleasantly to him. He was white
with passion and made no answer, bnt
drew a pistol and fired it point blank
at her face. Althongh they were only
a few feet apart his aim failed him. She
turned on her heel and ran down the
street. The boy ran after her, firing
as they ran, until a gentleman caught
the girl up in his arms and ran into a
house with her. Drake came quickly
upon the scene and demanded admittance,
but was refused. In the meantime
a party was in pursuit of him and
he ran from them. In his flight he
fired a shot at himself without effect.
As the pursuers were gaining he suddenly
stopped, placed the pistol in
both hands, and layiDg the mnzzle
against his forehead, fired, and fell dead
upon the street.
Both Saw the Ghost.
In " Bristol Pact and Present," lately
published in England, the following
ghost story is specially curious as heing
fvin a?1*? haaah/1 qtoTV*r?1no /^aofyi.vta/1
_ In the Fntnlly.
Corner Wyoming and Luzerne Streets, |
Pittbton, Pa., September 9, 1881. j
H. H. Warner & Co.: Sirs?I have used yon
Safe Kidney and Liver Care in my family wit!
marked benefits and can highly recommend it.
C. W. Carr.
Steamxjctats on the Rhine are to carry elec
trie lights so the night passengers can see the
From Jajies m. Wilson, Esq., 2 Hayne
street, Charleston, S. C.:
Db. Holman: It affords mo great pleasure to
add my testimony for the benefit 1 have received
from the "use of the Holman Pad and
Plasters. For over forty years I have endured
the misery growing out of a torpid liver and
dyspepsia, accompanied with violent headaches,
and have tried various remedies and
chancea of climate without receiving permanent
relief. I have worn one of Holman's Pads
about one month with wonderful results, ant
can say that I feel better than I have done foi
years, and I believe will be permanently cured.
i-Yom the benefit I have received, I am con
vinced of the virtue of the Pad and recommenc
t to suffering humanity.
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apparation witnessed and heard by two
persons: When tha English forces
wereiiT possession of Martinique in the
seven years' war, Major Blomberg waa
detiched from headquarters to a distant
part of the island, and there died of a
violent fever. The morning after his
decease a Colonel Stewart was snrpriaed,
while in bed at headquarters, by the
appearance of Major Blomberg in regimental
dress, who, in answer to an
alarmed inquiry why he was not at his
post, said: " I died yesterday at 1 a. m.,"
and then he delivered an earnest re
L It. -i I--'- - J ?U U.'m
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return to England, attend the welfare
of his young son, then in the island, ky
seeing him put into possession of an
estate to which he was entitled, the
deeds of which were?secreted in the
private drawer of an old oak chest
in a house that he named in Yorkshire.
He then disappeared. Colonel
Stewait directly called to Captain Mounsey,
who slept in the same room, and
asked if he had seen Major Blomberg.
It proved that he had heard aud seen
the same as the colonel. The other
officers laughed at the story, but soon
afterward came the tidings of the death
of Blomberg at the hour he had named.
Secrets of Newspaper Men.
Tbere is probably no nowspaper man
of experienco in the country who does
not hold secrets of importance in hie
mind, which, if made public, would
create a sensation, but would stamp
him as being unreliable, and consequently
nnfit for his profession. The
great race for precedence in the publication
of news impels him to do his
utmost to outstrip his contemporaries,
but a higher feeling, a dictate of honor,
i anvu vbvw
Parsons' Purnutlre Hllln malte New Rich
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entire system In three months. Any person who
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fi uitless. Every compositor on a paper,
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sets up, but if any other persons think
they can learn it from him?well, let
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[Brooklyn Sunday Eagle.]
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Pure cod-ltveb oil, from selected livers, 01
the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard & Co., N. T,
Absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have
once taken it prefer it to all others. Physicians
declare it superior to all other oils.
Chapped hands, face, pimples and rough skin
cured by using Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell,
Hazard k Co., New York.
Baldheaded men are informed that there ii
but one avenue of eaeapo from their affliction,
and that is Carboline. a deodoxized extract o:
petroleum,(the great hair reuewer,which, being
recently improved, ismoreofficaoious than ever.
The Science of Life, or Self-Preservatlon.
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RESCUED FROM DEATH.
"William J. Coughlln, of Somervlllc, Mass. says In tlM
fall of 18761 was taken with bleedi.vo or tsi lcxgj followed
by a severe cough. I lost my appetite and flesh,
and was confined to my bed. In 18771 was admitted to
the hospital. The doctors said I bad a hole in my lung as
big as a half-dollar. At one time a report went around
that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a friend told me of
DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS.
I got a bottle, when to my surprise, I commenced to feel
better, and to-day I feel better than for three years past.
I write this hoping every one afflicted with Diseased
Lungs will take DR. WILLIAM IIALL'3 BALSAM, and
be convinced that CONSUMPTION' CAN BE CURED. I
can positively say it has done more good than all the
A l'lctnre Wortn lieHoIdlng:. "
Hanging between two small windows,
and catching the light from a larger one
opposite, in one of the offices of Adams
Express company, at 59 Broadway, New
York?the office occupied by Mr. W. H.
Hall, head of the delivery department?is
a plainly finished but neatly framed chro
mo about 2 J by 3 feet in size, which is
looked upon by hundreds of people daily,
on many of whom it has a wonderful and
salutary effect. It represents a flight of
half a dozen rough Btone steps leading
from the swarded bank of a placid lake to
a little rustic temple set in the rugged side
of the mountain which rises in stupendous
proportions in the background all
covered with a rank luxuriant growth of
foliage in brush and tree. In the open
door of this little temple stands a half concealed
figure, with an arm and hand extended,
holding forth a small, dimly defined
package, while eeated on the sward at
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Calves?Com'n to Choice Veals. 8%@ 9
Sheep 4%@ 6%
Lam 09 ' @ 9#
Hogs?Live 1,3 1?*
Dressed, city 9K& ^'A
Flour?Ex. State, good to fancy 5 55 @ 8 o .? .
Western, good to choice 5 90 @ 9 75
Wheat?No. 2 Red 1 30%<S 1 44
No. 1 White 143 @ 143%
Rye-State ' 88 & 91%
Barlev?Two-rowed State 92 @ 9?
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MAKE HENS LAY
An English Veterinary Surgeon and Chemist, no it
pavnlltii? in this ronntrv. savs that most of the Horse
the toot ot tlie steps an area pilgrim, oarefooted,
lame and decrepid, bears a staff in
one hand, and in the other holds before
his dim eyes a small bottle, whose label he
eagerly scans. This label bears the words:
" St. Jacobs Oil."
Tlie Great German Remedy.
Simple as this little chromo appears in
its unostentatious position, it has an influence
which it would be difficult to estimate.
"It is to that picture and the persuasions
of Mr. Hall," said Mr. Edward- J.
Douglass, a gentleman connected with Mr.
Hall's department, " that I owe my present
ability to perform my work. * Some
weeks ago I was violently attacked with
sciatic rheumatism, and hour by hour J
grew worse, and nothing my family or the
doctor could do gave me any relief, and I
began to think in a few days that my ca?>
was hopeless and that I was doomed to be
an invalid and helpless cripple for life.
Yellow Southern 93 @ 93
Oats-White State @ 72
Mixed Western 6o @ ^\/%
Hav?Prime Timothy 85 ? ^2
Straw?No. 1, Hye 7o @ 80
Hops-State, 1831, choice 20 @ 24
Pork?Mess, new, for export...IS 2o @18 40
Lard-City Steam 1} @11 45
Refined 11 a0 @*150
Refined <%? JH
Butter?State Creamery, tine.. 24 @ ^7
Dairv 1' @ 2?
Western Im. Creamery 21 @ 23
Factory 10 @ 20
Cheese?State Factory 6 @ 1J
Skims 2 @ 6
Western \\ ? J?
Ecrs?State and Penn 20 @ M/
Potatoes?Early Pioso,State, bl)l if 62 @ 3 7o j
buffalo. ^ !
Steers?Good to choice 6 60 @ 7 25 t
Lambs?Western '00 @ 7 50
Sheep?Western 6 2a @6*5
Hogs, Good to Choice Yorkers.. 7 6j @ 7 90
Flour?C'v Ground, No. 1 Spring 6 75 @ 7 2o
Wlirot N*n. 1. Hurd Dulu'.h 163 @163
and Cattle Powders sold here are worthless trash. Be
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pore nnd immeusely valuable. Nothing on earth
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But at last I thought of that picture which
I had often looked at with but little interest,
and then Mr. Hall came to my bedside,
and, telling me how St. Jacobs Oil
had cured him of a worse and longer standing
case than mine, urged me to use tl.e
same remedy. I did fo that very night,
directing my wife not to spare it but to
apply it thoroughly according to the directions,
which she did with a large piece of
flannel cloth saturated with the Oil, and
then bound the cloth to the affected partp.
The next morning I was free from pain,
I and although a little sore in the hip was
able to dress myself, and the next day I resumed
my duties in the office as sound as a
dollar. Here I am now in full health and
strength, having had no touch of rheuma?:
Corn?No. 2 Mixed 6t3%@ 69
Oats-No. 2 Mix. West 17 @ 47
Barley-Two-rowed State 90 @ 90
Beef?Extra plate and family.. 16 cO @18 00
Hoc'S?City Dressed 9%@ 10
Pork?Extra Prime pet bbl.... 16 Cj @16 50
Flour?Spring Wheat Patente.. 6 5) @9 50
Corn-High Mixed 91 @ 92
Oat-.?Extra While 65 @ 63
Rvc?State 95 @ 97
Wool?'Washed CombiDelaine 46 @ 43
Unwashed " " 23 @ 30
WATERTOW.V (MASS.) CATTLE MARKET.
Beef?Extra quality 7 62%@ 8 37%
Sheen?Live weight G3i@ 7
Hogs, Northern, d. w 9#@ 9%
Flour?renn. Ex. Familv, good C 00 @ 6 37
Wheat-No. 2 lied 145 @ 1 45%
Bye?State 97 @ 97
Corn?State Yellow 69%@ 69%
Oats?Mixed 5,f%@ 59
Suttor? Creamery Extra Pa.... iS @ 28
Cheese?Now York Full Cream. 12%@ 12%
Petroleum?Crude 6 @ 7
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Bhows any symptoms of lameness or still'.
ne.*s, 1 point him to the picture in Mr.
Hall's office, and then direct him to go for
St. Jacobs Oil at once "
A Paris photographer has invented a
process by which he can lake a likeness
inthel-lOOth part of a second. 'This
time is not so slior?-, however, bnt that
the average boy could change his position
three or fonr times duriuy a
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THE SCIENCE OF LIFEt OH, SELFPRESERVATION,
I Instincts these in health how to remain so, and the
: Invalid how to become well. Contains one hundred
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Ulr. U. V. V. warn, WHO niu.? numcmcu Uiiv
of our representatives recently: " Sonic
months ago I had rheumatism in my righ
arm, and was unable to raise it. I was ad
vised by a friend to use St. Jacobs Oil. I
did so, and before the second bottle ha<'
been exhausted my arm was perfectly well.
? Brooklyn Eigle.
A boy who will listen indifferently to
the snblimest trnths of theology, will
be nronsCd to the ucutesfc interest by
fK/v i.vniyviioo o f>llfnVlli 11 .IP OVOf tllO
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collor of a bald-headed man in the pew ;
in front of him.
Tho Rucceas of St Jacobs Oil through
out the civilized world is without a parallel.?Richmond
(V:i ) Southern Planter
Japan is now full of schools, and the
university of Toltio has over 200 students