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t t-oa of tho publishers.
Ia J. PLNCI1EBY
1 Ul Plasterer. Canton, Onto.
(t J.OAUOaUt.DKUOOIST, BLAST TCSCAHAW
V lreet. Canton. Ofiio. J
t a. WILLIAMS CO., DRUGGISTS AND
1 V. Fharmacetrtlata and General Dealere In
Pharmacrotlata and General Dealere in D re ire
lata. one. Patent aiedtetoee. Dvo Stuffa, o.
Palate. Olle, Patent Medlctnee, uyo Btuna.
Pirat door Weet of Poet office, atai a etreei, :
onto. rIreecripUons prepared at all
m I KRCOANT TAILOR ABSALOM KITT, AND
1A dealer la Clothe, Uaaaioiere Yeetiage, Heaij
Eael'uaearawaa street. Can-
SjTAEt COUNTS' DEMOCRAT A. McGregor
O A U-jm, PuMiehere, ana I'laia and fancy Job
f IK AM TUUKSTON. BOOK -BIN DKK AMD
blank Moo Menuierlurer. all onlere Irum
auroed promptly attended to. Biedertia oUrter'e
Mock i u atairel. Canton. Obio.
1UXQM BAAS. V3IDKKTAKEHB. MS
talie, eed U kiada ot loroaaalwera on hand.
fww Meereee alwaye la reedies-a. Kaat end
t9 Taeearawaa atreet Centra, O.
PliOTOO RA PHER.
EDWIN SMITH, FHOTOUUAPHKK. Ao-, PAR
Ucuiar attention e-lvea to cuuvinir and en
Oval rraatee aud Albania con-
lastly oa hand. Rwaw ta Mattaeee Blick, rlrd
auur aouth Market Square. Canton. O. tablS'Mtr
I t B AL L-DKM'l iBT
Jerter'e Bank iilu-k Canton. Ohm. All up-
ereiMt. a ib Macbaulcml Drulletry perormrd la tbe
Jtteetaad moat Imprura! mauaer. lie would rail
eepevlai attenuia to hie Gold Pilliac, in wh eh. la
be worde of -A. Ward,' be la eqrail. 0 by few and
eareitei n none.
a-UKUtuN DSNTIST A. j DuUUS, OPFICX
O up aKura abore Deuhara Jweiry Store, Caatoa,
ajaio. aii ouerauona eoeoected wilk tho pr
romilly attended to.
A-tKOKGKD. UAUTklt . JtKoTHKK. BANK
JI CKS, Beats Market Street, Caaten. Oblo. Rr.
ire Depoalta, Luaa Money. Bn Gold. Sllrer
"od aud Compuond lutereet Nof. Kxebaair
aiinini ina noin. DoT.eij
i.. w Bikit.'K r n. Tuo.nreon.
IK4E THt MPdON. Atluruere at Lew
Abeiet. Ohio. Iirr7 V
ATTORNTtT AT LAW.
V Canton, Ohio,
Office la Tramp'i HnlMin?.
fjnne S UWT.
t O. M.iGKKGOR, Altoruvy at Law. aud Gea-
a a ri
ral ColWcting Atent, Carthage, Jaeper Co,
UiRVKY LACGHLIN. ATTORNKT AT LAW,
Notary PuoiMaad Military Claim Afceal. Allf
Mace. Ohio. SStf.
termed aco-partnerehip in tlte Practice of Law,
e Otnfin. '''ark tnitte, o.
,r KOKtiK K.
BALDWIN. ATTORNKT AT LAV.
Canine. Ohio. t)t la Trunin' Bullln..
pao-.ua th- Ht. Clotui Hotel
M.iCORD. ATTORN ET AT LAW
inaral roll'an A rent. A (Tnaoee. O. All hu.
Aaent. a rlia
M-aeae eatraatavl ta hie care will receive prompt
attention oe in Commercial Block ui ataira.
(JFOROK W. RAFF. ATTORNEY AT LAW
VJ Caoiun, Ohio, iiaa permeaeatly Iocs tad B
Caaloa. aad will devote exclna:e alteafioa lo the
' practice o bla proleeeloa. All bueineea eatrnated
in him wtll bo oilman aad prompUa alter led aok
0ce ia Herter'e New Block Inpetaira.l
JOSEPU CRKVtHE.Ja.. dU8TC OF TBI
raeaad Hotary Publia. Office-North-Eaat
esorser. Public auaara. Centra, Ohio, will attend
drawiee deed., morlra jfe, aowr orattoraey.
'd. la addittoa to the Eaaiieh, he al.,a apeaka the
erevaa aad Freaoh laaguagea. Ue will aleo pro.
ire paaeporu for pereeoe wiealng l go to En.
ae c ' - ' -! -
OTCT WITRUAt.Tg TOCTICAC WATCH
Mafcer-ead. Jeweler, ead Dealer la WaUoaa.
Ucke, Jewelry and oilverware.
ooe. oa ekort aotlca Ko. 1 Opera
tebt 'tit- .
f -VtfVBLXatBnUn-MKR, IKA1.KSIN WATCH-
I aa. Cloeaa, lewerry eaomiTor Ware dta. Eeet
eide tho Publia Bquaie Caaloa, Orua. ,
ipain a doae oa ahort aotteo.
JOSEPH Ai MKT Ell, DEALER IN WATCHES
Clocka, Jewe ry and Keocy Artlclea. notthwee
oraer of Market square. Cant no. O. att. Repeir
got Wat-he. Clock e and Jewelry eai-aiWtorily
""ate. L .JIOTELS.'
SO URBECK ALLIANCE UOTJSS
;U at the Station. Alliance. O.
. eediaeee oa tho arneal of Iha Car.
prletiw. North M
LOCI- OHL1GUXR. PBO
arkett. Canton, Ohio.
R M'CKEA tj; KXU Tubaitobk
K'nailaAtej AMik I t A. ...- t.
. ,i I a i f i , .
rpOrNTA SCKVKYOU'S OFFICE
J la locattnl with t-liet CVualy Koorder'a
iraitbo Wikidul BiiildlaK. nortfj of th old
ttrouit.Unueo, Can Ion, Oblo, wber ba can
'tow foand wbu In th city ; if not. Any bu
aiiioaa wantetl rata b left with Jacob Kep
llnrr, Kq County Kordr, who will
. ulvw do nolle to th undersigned.
Tb lawautborlaea theCouoty Surveyor
lo tnka lhw BcknowladKtnent of y tn
: li u moot of writinx ; lie will therefor
write and aoknowledfre Agreements,
MortipiHea, Dtexlv. Ac, dtc . at fair prioea
t and uvea th sbortewt notice. , , ,
- . . . 'Ji ti, WILXIARD.
- BarToyor of Stark county, O
Ckuitm. n. 15 !. j j i . '
A L.ARQE NUMBER OK
And ovt-r 2M Talnabl
Un very rvammabl t-rma.
'OOSoe, corner of Cherry ami Tuecnra
waras streets, titulon. Ohio.
oy'a5if , . . W, C. THOMPSON.
WAN TE D TO BELL
BLAKE'S . .
Patent lliair Sprinos.
17 A8E AND.UOilPOIlT
j COM BIN ED by , th ue . of
BlaWe'at (Patent. Ottavlr Spiins. Price
- only One Dollar. They make a Spring.
OaciUatini or Rot-kino; Chair out of a
Common Chair, and, thai moat intolera
ble nuisance, Packers, ar entirely dia-
- perawed wl'bw Tbeawapriuits dt any chair
inii can be pUced in position for as by
child, so simple are they In their oou
I atruction. They are made of tb beet
- ateel,' faoui -th wail-kooWrr" Caulclon
MAntTtactorlaK o.,-tJ John atreet,f; Y., '
and possess remarkable elaatioity. They
make a now tin lit b u lh cliair, and ar
tbe omtllgbt of he- household.. They are
notbe least iu the-way when applied: to
tb chair... Tbey do not take any extra
', r-ora. afrd sack aad every one that haa
- used them are nnanitnous la their praise,
for tbey make th eaaiewA chair ever in
. rented. The- ladi, . on and all, pro
. nounos them oneqaalev as a sewing
..chair. Tbey make decidedly h plea.
, ante I family chats' la tb vorld.i They
. Bra t ppeaaible w It re oe as fort oot-rsulwi-
a Blske's 'Illae Chair prinrs
-.ar hvloaoe.foaFamille,Jtaoe, Hot
lir VO-Wrl-kleVieeS, OavrB Ana ttteaanbowt.
Patented by A. M. Blake. April th,
11848 ) They will last a hf time. They
utr ear to com iu general uae, and
people wilt distard all other - roukinic
Icbalrs. For eounumy aud comfort, it to
tbe moat valuable luvwwUon UTjbAv Afr
tetA. Five lliwdred-poilara, Kward
twIU be paldforefwlMarMiea Stpwn eon
TloUosv f ;X 'Person that
hall 'in fuy iLauOer Inlring-e upon
Uhskw's patent LUiai prtnire. therefor
atll aOpioyees in any factory or foundry
where suob ap-ing are mad without
thm cousent of -Uuodwln. Jt, Uiwke, will
rive a such iurorutauoo tbaA will lead
to th con vim ion of such partiee , and
amontueur qonvrPtlon shall reoatv rh
SboverewaraVii UUitUttliD XKJir-
e-W?n. ... 00orvjs a bcae;
jaaT-Pactie. wlablaK ttprina.or Agwov
W Air ttiu. . MtcbUaa. Judiaoa,. lUle
n... HTImieailL. TallaeUHW, WWt VlX-
arinl. (aiuila. and oil territory west of
tA Muntaaippl eiver, snaac buy from tb
aadaiiMi,-u 1 iae Miawuen i
. . if. BUkKaC
e el O . Bo oetJ; Canton, O.
Fartlea wantina aaeawNea lor auy otb
ar Utrntorv "it ,ini tlt pr-prwtor,
-QIOBOEK. GOOD WIN,
.JidlU.l H JiS 'J. 'i'i .H
fO t...lu i ) .-in-.l 'u -v ..n -
w w .
CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 19, 1869.
K 3 v v .
HEREB Y RETURNS HER
thanks to hr many friends rr past
favors and bega to in orin them that she
is now iu receipt of
AND FANCY GOODS!
of the latest stylos, and invite all 10
call and t-ee her beautiful uw stock.
MISS EAK1X. whose wxquialtn tate
in trimuiiuK ami onmuietitiuK U.mnela
and iiata is welNknown. will ntinue
in that department and we wr l.-ler.
wiued not lo be outdone in quoLly,
style and cheapness br any n iu I lie
city. In abort, w Inteud to keep a first
class ewtablishment. , .
Don as neual. HOOP &KIRTS for
young and old, lanreand siuhII, mare to
order and kept constantly on hand for
aaltt by th tl-svu or single. '
1 have aleo tu sol aneney of Htark
aud Cbluutbltna counties for the sale of
Noyea' new ryatein of Culling Preetea.
Oats. Pants, Vests and Hhirta. Inatruo
tlona nlven ou aale of tnodeis.
Tbaukrnl for past lavont, I bop and
expect a continuance of tbe name. Io
ii. .1 fail to call and briuic your Irieuds.
You will be conrteously received, aud
elfort will made toaalUfy and pleAS.
t&"KdBt Tufcarawas street, opposite
MRS. J. B. CLUFF.
JOIIIV UIRD & CO.,
Keep on band and furnieh to order j
Slmftinjf, Pulleys and Hanjferu,
Iron Columns and Lintels.
Window Caps and bilki.
Iron and Wire Railing.
Iron Stora Fronts
- - Cider 1'tvtia aScruwit,
Derifc and S'at Cttstingrt,
Coal Cur Wheels and Axle,
Oven FronU and Dampeia,
Farm and School liell,
Sutrar Cane Cruvhers,
- . - Nuts, liolUs Ac., 4c,
A ad pay epecial attention to orders for
FINE LIGHT CASTINGS
OP ALL KINI.
All persona wholntend buildinr should
call and see onr patterns of
OR.f.tMKTtL IRO.1 WOKK1
To wb'ch we are constantly adding
ARC H ITECrra A CARPENTERS
will find our terms aa liberal as Uioa of
any oilier wetablishment.
49" Office and Shop on Cherry St.,
near the Railway Station.
! Cmton, March 3, 18otm(5
;t;j Hdr. sargents :
TSTHE MOST EFFICIENT AND
J. maet polur Dttirethi jiiedicinw
known, removing at oucet any rbat rut
lion t th Ki1ney. Mulirluiuc Inflaiita
limtton anil MtreiitheninK I lie frinary
Have been iu uae 06 eattf, aud ere dally
performing wonderlul urea. Iu many
Instances where patlente wr unable lo
walk utriht without aaaiatanc, they
bavw been relieved bo a sii jjle dose.
Dr. SetrseMt'a Backetcbc Pllla
CURE all DISEASES
Of tb urinary organa, the symptoms of
which ar wee knees and rmin in the
back and loins, paina in the Joints, diffi
culty In voiding tb orltie, general de
bility, Ac., Ac.
THE KIDNEYS. BLADDER. &c
Are tho-eorgiu thmn(?h which moat of
tb weei or worn out parllolea of tbe
body passes, tbeae worn out or deed
pariiol.a ar poionou. coneo,tirntly
when tbewe organs arediseaae the whole
a vat em liecomee changed, and if not re
lieved at one tb result may b Intnl.
This uincu ewteefned and mof. etu-
clent n'edtcine ia the only dinrvtic that
is put up in tb shape or Pills, and la
much more eaaily taken than tbe ordi
nary diuretic draughts the PI Us beitta
sutra rooei ted .
ar-Price FIFTY CKNTS PER BOX.
Sugar-Coated. For sale by all drugglate.
Cautio. Take no other medicine aa
a autjotauie fcr- tkeae fills, but if your
druggist does not bav them request
him to order them. eunt dt man on re
ceipt of pnoe.
rJOLK PROPKIETOR, -
GEO HUE A. KELLY,
Who:eeavle Drugglat, cor. Second Av:
and Wood sk, PtlUburgb.
For sale by JOHN D. i'ARK, Cincinnati,
Onto. . uiayi vvyi
' HERIFF SALE.
Robwet Ketep's Kxecator' vs
John ' Bait
tjo.ee bj. ,
Bv virtue of an alias order to sell. l
sned from the Court of Common Pleas,
of Stark eountr. Ohio, and to m direct
ed, w i U offer for sale at public out ery J
at tne aoor oi ut tvsn auuw w -
Block) in tb oily of Canton, ou .
Saturday the 15lh day of May, IMS),
The JbUe wing described real eeletA, siU
ttata-ta blark ooanty, Obio, to-wit; Lou
a umbers tl.irty Tour 134), xntrty n
I3ai. thirty six (36). and twenty nlneT-fl)).
situated ia that part of tbe aity of Canton
known aaaoala Uanlou. : .
Hal to oommeoa at l o dock P. av
Terms, cash. .
aprU14 ..JK. A. J'U'MaAK, anerla.
gHERIFF BALE. . '
Brlnker A Chamber vs. Levi Hill et
' ' TAXa'et
By virtue of aa alias order to sell, is
sued from th Conrt ot Common Pleas,
of Clark County, Obio, and to me dlreet
ed. J srill offer for sale, at publlc-out cry
at tb door of th Court lioa- (Harier's
Block) la t ha city of Canton, on
Saturday 16th day qf May, I860, .
The.. fcilowJtig deacribetl 1W1 Ktate
aiiua-teiu eaid county of cUark. and
Mlate of Oulo, to-wit : Town Lot, nam-
br fourteejn, II. tbe old village ot tw
dom now Alllanro.
Hale to oouaineiK . at I a'olnck r", M.
Terms, cash. .'.:.. '
aprilH B. A, PUMBAW. noerin.
1X)R ClAClwAVOleMS ANDPIM
X. pie oh th Faoe, tut Perry' Cum
doueaad Pluaplav Reuely, prepared ou
ly by Dr. U. C. wrry,4 Bvnl H., New
York, bold everywhere. , Tb . Irmi
aapplied by ITboleaol MedTchi Dealer
riar7 AHwwe-Art ..j . J. H. 1 r
T.flAllrM'JtAPk'Usl tinn HUII'l
11 IWan . nnil an.t ...! a,ii
kiada. 'l JOUS LAIRD at CO.
r ' i
GLASSWARE, FANCY GOODS, AC
IHTOSKI THE CITIZEN! OT CAJTTOH 1T1
THAT HE HAS opexeo a
CASSIIXT BLOCK, PUBLIC SQUARE,
o jatjpsnr" on,
T17ITU an entire new and ex ten-
slve atsorlment of
Claware, Wall Paper,
Hoasehcld cods cf all
Bird Cages and Fancy
WUICn HE CAN SELL AT PRI
CES THAT DEFY COM
PETITION. CALL tt SEE THE STORE.
It ia taatefuMy arrange t ; tne stock haa
been aeleetei from th best market in
MIND THE ADDRESS,
r. T. BEGGES,
PUBLIC SQUARE, CANTON, O.
and no as
d no assortment of
Metallic Burial Cases
AND KVKBT ST Y LK OP
We also lav oat and prepare remains
for burial, wheu desired, till rouda. Crap
ALWAYS IIT BEAD! JtCWI .
We have tho most elegant and
noxtly Hearse in this sectiou. for uae of
which we charge no more than nanal rates.
Fuuorala attended In the ooontry, and
at a very moderate charge
I give tbe UNDERTAKING my special
attention, and. after twenty years' expe
rience in tbe buniueas, Idely competition.
Orders for Ctifllna and Burbtls left at
my Furniture Rtx mi, 4 donrsaa! of tbe
American Uotel. Eut Tuscarawas street,
will receive prompt allentlou.
ViT CHAROK3 VEBV MODKUATF.. w
i. B. MeCKKA.
Canton, Feb. IT. ISOfltf.
JRS. a A. ALLEN'S
NEW STYLE IN ONE BOTTLE.
rtx its rsB r
Gray or Faded Hair Is quickly
restored to ita youthful color and beau
ty, and with tbe first tppI!c&sloa a
beautiful gloss anJ riel!?htfu! fragrance
Is given to the Hair. '
It will cause Hair to grow on Bald
It will promote luxuriant growth.
FALLING HAIR L loitaediately
checked.. , . i.
' For 8al by all Urugglats.
DEPOT removed frow Oreeawlcb St. t.
S5 BARCLAY ST. 4 40 PARK
PRCK ONE DOLLAR.
. I. D. & J, 8. I'ARIl,
ARK now prepared to. execute order
in their line of buaineae, ancit aa Bar
rel Uraudd, AdvertiHing Platen,. Name
Plate for Marking Clothing, Aix Order
promptly' tilled aud sent to any part oa
. WAl&TED-Aefew Agt nU to aollolt for
dere, ApHyeaaoove., , - t
dJ'oaq'ibyl. ' v v" W - - v.
Thomaa W. Chapman, Agt IbcBamuel
.Hnlllnger, Pl'tf. against J- M. Re,
Ieft. Betorv Wru. N. Oberlin,' J.' P.
of Tuitcarawas tp , Stark county, O.
Ou th SUt day or April. 1309, said
Jostle Ixaued an order of atlaobment in
lh above aetloa for tlie sun of tx dol
ls ra T. W. CHAPMAN, Agent.
saylawa -, .
THE TAXPAYERS OF STARK
oountr will lake uotic that tb:
; nMM la naW arrwoarwd to IW1
i luiAtTilMi WUflHmi.1,
I ajtlUVS . ; -rwasaraa-i
IRON S T O R E
WRIGHT A PENNOCK,
New Goods !
New Prices I
Enlarged Stock !
Terms Cash 1
We ber leave Iokhv to the citiaena Of
Stark and adjoining Connties, that w
till otintinne to keep on hand, and for
ale, at the lowest pricew fnr tb time
no assortment of
POCKET A TABLE CUTLERY
Sboe-Makera Kit and Findings.
IRON AND STEEL,
Ropea and Twinea,
Brush, all kinds,
Nails and Spikes,
Lock and Latcbea,
Spring and Axles,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Bent Tt'ond Work,
Miaai, and Curled Hair,
Habbtt and 8poka,
8aah and Putty,
WIN IX) W GLASS,
Glass cut all shape and aisev
Tnrpentin and Bencine Varsh,
Fl.r. Tile, Stair and Carriage
Itip tn I Cauee,
Belting and Baskets,
great variety of all ether arti
cles asually kept in a Hardware Store. . .
JtirGlve Us a Call.
WRIGHT A PENNOCK.
HAH RECEIVED A LARGE
AdMORTM ENT of Boots ami SI aeH,
at bis eHtaUlinbutenl, . '
USK pOUlf WEST OF AMERI
MEN'S AND BOY'S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Front tb eearaest Brosan- to ftbe -finest
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
ATI also make Boot and Shoes to
order, out of tho betit material and
Cheap aa tbe Cheapest.
Made to order on thort notice.
GIVE IUE CAIaL,
NEXT DOOR WEST OF AMERI
'piIE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Boot & Shoe Store
In tb city of Canton, without doubt, 1
J. C. RICHARDS'
RICHARD' ROOT A SHOE 8TORE
ia tb CHEAPEST for tb following roes
eone : . ,,; .
1. Having no rent to psy.
z. Having no partner to divide profit
3. He buys Tor cash In tbe beat w boles
tie markets In th United Stales.
4. He doe his own cutting.
5. Hi Mock. the largest in tb city.
6. Jie can and will sell cheaper than any
other tore la the otty.' .
HrAll kinds or work made to order.
Give Llm a cull and satisfy yourself.
-Lots or Sale.'
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS A
-L, tw mor at (ho Cheap and Oealrai'
DiaJsuitumg X4)i iu sue n nia aautuoa
in be northern part of tba city, which it
will sell very low, term to autt pnrw
chaser, .itiisanber. tbeae era acre lota
leas tbe streets aud alleys. Call aud ee
them, before you buy. Vut perUeuUtrx,
call ou th subscriber, eitbet t ,-Ue Au
ditor soinoe, or at bis rewidettoe ou iorth
Market street. '
OHO. Wx LA tTRKNCK
fel.jO '09 ., ;
i. r. waureh. ' C. ?. TT.
yy ARNER A KNOTT,
Are pre ord lo put op all kind of
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Bear Of IeA'Oaltt, Soatb "PwpUr atreel
Ail wrk guarantiee ri, PatroAwi Hit
a. .'I i avaa72t
The Shameful Waste of Public
by Radical Senators.
The Cinclntati CommerciAl, during
each anu every political campalirn in
Ohio, an entirely radical sheet, after
the election, profeaseJIy neutral, to
the end that it may give more force
to ita radicalism by an appearance of
fairness, is constrained t rebuke the
waste of the people's money by the
radical majority in the United States
Senate. The recent annual budget of
expenditures on Demur or the senate
by the Senators and the report of the
committee to audit and control the
expenditures of the contingent fund
of the Benate, a given in that sheet,
snows up the pent larceny or the rad
ical majority in a light that, in the
better days of the Republic, when
honesty in public men was the rule,
and dishonesty the exception, would
consign the chief actors to a well mer
The report of the "Committee to
audit and control the Contingent
Fuhd of the Senate," sets in a strong
light some of the numerous abuses
which have crept into this branch of
the public serviceX peuator Cragin.
of New Hampshire, Chairman ot the
Uomralttee, shows that employees by
the score have been placed upon the
pay roils by the Sergeant-at-Arms,
and without anything in particular
for them to do. Abont seventy of
these ieecbers, whom the favoritism
or nepotism of honorable Senators
bad provided with places, have but
recently leen diamiaaed. During the
irnpeaciiuieul trial, a great force of
temporary- policemen was added to
the already large Capitol police em
ployed, which contributed greatly to
the annoyance, it not to the dignity
ot those memorable proceedings. One
could hardly go through the Capitol
in any direction without encounter
ing several tquads of these drilled
gentlemen in blue, standing bolt up
right, and gaziug in listless idleness
at all and sundry who approachxl.
They were ostensibly employed for
the purpose of keeping tbe peace
which nobody wanted to break and
and their mission, though doubtless a
comfortable one to them, was a very
cumbersome and costly one to the
The annual exhibit of the contin
gent expenditures of the State during
the year 1808, has recently appeared
in a thick document of 160 page?.
The Commercial gives a few of the
For 48 while cotton gloves (police).. $38 00
Fcr 4 boxes lemons, at $12 per box.. 4H 00
For 161 lbs crushed sugar, at 19c ... 36 20
For 2 box bouey soap, ( English) .... 00
For balf gltoa culogue. A 00
For half dozen Holt brualice 0(1
For 1 gallon bay rum, aud bottle- H I 50
For half dozen shaving brushes 12 00
For 8 gallons alcohol 25 1)0
For 6 bottles extract of ginger 8 00
For 4 dozen plate brushes 24 00
For 1 quart spirits of camphor 2 60
For 7 and a half lbs batbiug sponge.. 45 87
For 1 gallon of cologne, and bottle. . 10 50
For half doxen coatmetiqueg S 00
For 1 dozen mugs far Bbaving soap. . 6 00
For 20 boxes lemons 827 00
A W Winkfield, furnishing tea aod
making the same for the use of the
benate 51 50
Making one brass fac -simile hand-
stamp. W it KeUocg
Repairing fac-simile stamp for B F
For 12 dozen pamleaf fans
For 120 extra tcotch wood pincush
ions 122 00
Some of the above items look a little
queer to those who are unaware of the
great resources ana nonveniencies or a
Contingent fund of indefinite extent,
which the "deficiency bills" of each
session are systematically employed
to swell. The consumption of lemons
may appear a trifle large, but it is to
be remembered that this delicate acid
ulous stimulant of debate is indulged
in only during the night sessions of
dog days, rue "nve gallons or alco
hol" may appear suspicious to those
who have heard of the passage, by
both Houses of Congress, of Senator
Wilson's resolution, making it a pen
al offense to bring any liquors into
he Uapitol. Hut the fact that the
Senate keeps a barber's hop, where
ita honorable member are washed.
cotp bed, brushed, lathered, shaved
and shampooned. at the public charge.
should reconcile us to these little
items of what may at first sight appear
superfluous expense. How, we aok.
are gentlemen to be shaved without
soap, or lathered without brtishe, or
rendered comfortable as to their pa
pillary attachments, without hay rum
aud alcohol not to speak of the nicer
amenities of camphor, cologne aud
cosmetique? llow are they to be sept
coot without tana and ice lemonade r
How can they bo warmed without
their dish of oapitoliau tea ? These
are questions to be asked.
There are many other items of a
highly suggestive character, among
which may be named the charges
against each Senator for newspapers
and stationery. Some, it appears,
draw the full amount to which tbey
are entitled in money, whilo others
select their favorite journals, which
are prescribed for by the Secretary of
the Senate, and paid out of the lund
peculiar to each member. . We find
that one Honorable Senator takes tbe
"Mode Illustre," under the denomin
ation of "newspapers;" another indul
ges ui tho "tJouotry Uentleman" (an
tgricuiturai paper published at Al
bany,) and the Honorable Benjamin
F. Butler, a gentleman of well known
catholic taste, received Harper's Mag
azine, Wilkes' Spirit of tbe Times,
and tbe Westminister Review.
There ia a curious Httie charge of
about $500 per month, or $i,000 per
year, "J-'or the use of flyo horirvj and
wagons lor mail ana document pur
poses, at Z 50 per day each," and
"For I ha use of two. saddle aorses, at
$2 per day each."
There Is a monthly array or "fold
ers," to the number ai twenty-five or
thirty, but it is said that numbers of
these persons have never, in point of
tact, "folded" anything except the
greenbacks which our generous uncle
disburses aa their mothly salaries.
II such is toe aua.ru e I tMa squander
ing of the publlp money by Senators,
woa: m ty we not expect oi tne teaser
It Is encouraging to know that the
most intelligent manufacturers of
New England are looking at the aub-
ject from this point of view. They
need cheap coal, which they could
have from Nova Scotia if it were not
for the tariff they need transporta
tion from the West to diminish the
cortof thfir food, but the tariff on
railroad : Iron makes transportotion
expensive, tbey uttid cheap lumber,
wnicn tjanaaa wouiu lurmsn ' li it
were not for the dutj j they could
purchase leather, aud wool, and other
raw materials -of their- manufactories
at about half- their present coet if
trade were lrt-e; and ; an intelUgent
self-interetft U bringing them to see
that their prosperity as a tnanufae
turing community is really obstructed
by the tariff which Las been enacted
nunberthe pretence of a benefit. There
is no oart of tbe country where tbe
abandonment of protection will nave
so potent an influence in - bringing It
into general discredit as Its renun. ela
tion by New England. We, there
fare, feci the liveliest gratification at
the inaaffuratlon of -a vigorous and
influential Free Trade Reform lecegue
U tnt Yankee metropolis.
How We Govern in Alaska.
By all accounts General Jeff. C.
Davis, commanding tbe Department
of Alaska, is responsible for the dif
ficulties had with the Kake Indiana.
It is alleged that ou New Year's day
he supplied one or the Chiefs liberally
with liquor, and Big Indian, together
with other big Indians, got happily
drunk, and at night-fall refused to
retire outside the garrison lines to
their own encampment- They were
forced out and in the melee one of
the Kakes wrested a musket from
the hanos of a soldier, and carried it
off as a trophy. The soldiers, ordered
to do so, rushed into the Indian cauip
to recover it, and were driven out.
Tbe next morning the Indians were
drawn up in battle array, but a few
discharges of fire-arms and field-pieces
sufficed to cool their ardor. A
parley ensued. Davis rode out for a
paney. The Sitkas, who were vis
iting the Kakes, crowded around the
Chiefs of the latter tribe, and elbowed
them into the garrison, where, cap
tives, they were treated with great
rigor. Other outrages followed, two
Iudians were killed, and they aveng
ed themselves on two whites who
were caught when out on an expedi.
tion. Then followed, the amall war
which resulted in the destruction of a
few Indian villages, autt secured the
implacable hatred of the most wa
like tribe in Alaska to the American
people aud Government.
indeed, if the accounts received
from this distant point are true, the
garrison and officer at Sitka have
eon :ujtcd themselves in such a man
ner as to bring reproach and .isArrace
on the American name. Thev seem
to have lost all self-respect, and tak
ing advantage of their military
strength and distance from civiliza
tion, consume their time in debauch
eries and orgies of the moat brutal
character. We read of "a certain
Colonel" accompanied hv a citizen.
who went to a widow's bouse, olav-
fully Btnashed the windows, and when
the frightened lady fled, with a child
in her arms, pursued her with whoops
and yella. The child died from the
incidental fright and exoosure. In
another instance a parcel of officers
entered the apartments of another
lady, during her absence, ransacked
her wardrobe, rigged up the chairs in
her dresses, and, after a drunken bout,
wound up the performance with a
torch-light procession in davlitrht.
In another instance, the officer in
command, while General Davis was
absent, went into a saloon, and hear
ing soma one in the bath-room, con
cluded to see who it was. broke in
the door, and discovering a lady, in-
s ead f aologiziug tor the intrusion.
insult ! ner iu the grossest ntauner,
and when tji cled, proceeded to head
quarters and dispatched a tile ofsot
dlers to shut up tho saloon and arrest
the man who nad dared expel the
ruffian. Among the genial amus
ments of the officers is that of bum
ming about tbe streets of Sitka at
night, knocking down all the persons
they meet, and otherwise demon
strating the glorious principle of be
ing tree and independent citizens of
a free and independent Government
But we have no patience with de
tails so profoundly disgraceful. There
is some compensation in the knowl.
edge of the fact that three ot the ruf
fius have. died of delirium tremens,
and it would be no loss to the world
were toeir brutal compatriots to fol
low by the quickest dispatch. There
is ho(e that General Hallck, who
recently visited Sitka, will put an
end to the infamous proceeding.-), and
caused those engaged in them to be
tried and punished, it is due to the
country, to our good name as a peo
pie, and to tbe honor, of American
arnji. that there should be a rigorous
investigation and condemnation with
[From the New York Herald.]
The Demoralization of the Republican
Party—Signs of an Impending Breaking
The Republican party is fearfully
demoralized. The rank and file of
this hitherto all powerful organiza
tion have no longer any common
bond of union, except the common
bond of the public plunder. fcince
the 4th of March last they have been
growling, snarling, snapping and
fighting like infuriated cats and dogs.
There have been, on an average, aay
ten applicants for every desirable of.
flee in the gift of the President with
the consent or the senate, and so, for
every patriot removed, nine patriots
are disappointed and some are lncen
aed and disgusted. The President
has been making quick work of an
ugly Job. Within two tiouths from
his inauguration he has fled all the
desirable places; but he b-s at the
same time, with the consent of the
Senate, filled all the land, with
groans ot the wounded. The unlucky
place hunters have turned agaltat
him. against the lucky ones and
against each other ; and such an ex
hibition of wrath and scandei, with
the washing of dirty linen before the
public, we have not had since the
days of General Jackson. 1
From Republican Journals we are
informed that the great Washburn
ia little better than a small political
Jeremy Dktdler, that he cheated
Wilson, or Iowa, out or tae state De
partment, and haa humbugged the
President and disgusted Secretary
Fish in naming Wasbburne men for
all the foreign appointments before
retiring: that there is no love lost be
tween h isb and Washburne, that Eer
retary Borie Is tired of the gold laced
straight jacket of Admiral Porter,
aud will get out of it very soon; that
Attorney uenerai Hoar has nad
enough of Granfa Cabinet, and that
Urant himself thinks the time for an
other reconstruction has come. From
the aacue source it further appears
at least half the Republican Senators
are soured with Grant's appointments;
that the Senatorial disaffection
against the administration are not
limited to Sprague, koss, tJari achurz
aqd Parson Brownlow by any means;
that the party leaders in almost every
State excepting Massachusetts and
Illinois, consider the President a poor
stick, and that he will find it out In
the coming fall elections; mat. tn
short, In falling to bring about
within sixty days the millennium or
Tittlebat Titmouse, ''everything for
everybody.", the administration is a
laiiure anq -tne party macniue is
A few specifications or the sort or
harmony which prevails among our
Republican contemporaries will serve
to season the dish.
Itm't it a dainty dish
To set before the king I
For iuslanca, the patriotic tree trade
poets of tbe Post have a fling or two
at some of General Grant's appoint.
raent-; and then wo loam from an
other quarter that it is because tbey
have failed to be sent to their "castles
iu Spain." The facetious Dana next
ceases to be tunny, gets out of pa
tience, gets lu a rage and proceeds fer
ventlv and furiously to scold and
scandalize tbe administration; where,
upon It appears that it is because Da
na baa fulled In his d renins of tlte
Custom House, and even of a good
whisky district, which would enable
him. in hi- coach and f ur. and dia
monds and gold chains, to shine like
tiheridan Shook. Worst of all, Dana,
drooDimr.hL mock hercaoa over Urea-
ley. produces son bitter revelations
'i aatteUAOaiUM joUt Itwit BSW
paper system calculated to petrify the
a liuuuv fjuiAiaaupiicr, vuctcujivu un
enterprising Dana is brought face to
face with a hundred thousand dollar
libel suit, and there Ja a great fuss
among the small fry in Philadelphia,
With these things and the Sprague
war "till on in iihode Island, and
amid the general turmoil, noise aod
confusion in the Republican ; camp,
the formidable Fisk and his railway
lawsuits, are for the time eclipsed.
wnen me politicians get into a ixn
nybrook "scrimmage" over the spoils.
Fisk must fall back, for he ceases to
be the living sensation. ' . .
But where is all this mutiny and
uproar among the powers that be, to
end ? . We shall be broken up," says
Senator Trumbull, "unless some ad
ministration will Bet the example, or
some legislation will compel it, of
making the price of office good beha
vior only." He says, moreover, that
"the scenes and the scramble of the
last month have been disgraceful;"
that Congress is becoming demorali
zed and paralyzed, -and that unless
we have a great reform in this busi
ness of the spoils, "the political state
of the country will ' be degraded be-.
yond recovery." Oar; opinion Is that
a terribie recoil win onie upon the
eorrupt and demoralized party in
power, and tilat a wholesome political
revolution will follow. In bringing a
new party Into the foreground. Thus,
While the sigus of the times indicate
that the present administration will
he a disastrous One to the Republican
party, we thiiik it will, be good for
The New York Herald concludes
an artlcla on the two great enterpri
ses about being completed, as follows:
The Suez- Canal was undertaken
upon foreign territory by France. It
has none of those local national ad.
vantages attached; to It that oar Pa
cific Railroad - has. No great unde
veloped territory lies upon Us flanks,
nothing but desert sands. Our great
trade artery sets in active develop
ment not less than a million of square
miles of territory unsurpassed for fer
tility of soil and mineral wealth. The
Suez Canal, however, is to the Medi
terranean nations what the discovery
of the Cape of Good Hope route to In
dia was to Western Europe. It will
give them extraordiuary vigor and a
new commercial existence which will
place, the European Latins more upon
an equality with the great Saxon En
gtLh element which has rolled so ir
resist-tbly westward. We are dispo
sed to believe th-tt the great idea of
France in the rutting of U can tl was
tbe s tine that we found .uiMlerlylug
invasion of AU-xicosnd tbroit repa-l
ed attempts to gain control of South
Ainerieav that is, the development
of the Ltin race, and tbe consequent
building up or all those nations of Eu
rope whose cradle is the Medlterrnean.
These nations already feel the move
ment ot the French dredges in. the
Suez Canal. Venice, alone, haa rais
ed a very large sum of money Ui re
pair her docks. The whole of. Italy
must take a bound forward. . Maraeil
lea and Toalin must become tbe In
dian and Chinese ports of France.
The first ship of fifteen hundred tons
that passes the canal will be the aig
nal of a victory, greater than any that
France ever yet achieved. - At. the
aaine moment the AUiropeau : LaUin
races will double their atreugth. The
wole work! will gain,- for it will be
tbe completion of a steam belt around
the world on the shortest practicable
route, out nine longer than tbe equa
torial circumference of .the earth. - - ,
Are We Coming to Imperialism.
The Round Table,' discussing the
question, "Are we drifting iuto Im
perialism ?" reasons in this somewhat
discouraging strain i.
J n plain sooth, the age of sensuall
ty, of unchecked corruption, of dense,
gross ignorance ia coming down on
us like night. A free press should
have given more note of warning
than it haa ; but the press dislikes, in
a free country, to print unpalatable
truth, and the Journals that profess
"tearless devotion to prluciple" are
notoriously the ones whose at tides
betray the most laborious solicitude
to catch the applause and flatter tbe
rejudice of the greatest number.
ean while, at what are called oar
"great centres," coarse brutes, who
ought to be digging rail ways or draw
ing band carts, lay down the law for
tne community, and by dint of wealth
amassed under circumstances impos
sible In any other civilized country,
degrade the social tone and spread in
every direction an unbridled rage fur
the pleasures of the senses. Intellec
tual elevation or ambition is scotTedl
at, and those who strive to inculcate
a taste for better things are either ha-
or despised. Nothing is thought
f . . . . b .i i v. . . . i . 1. 1
l UUI 1IIW UCMiritl UI ell i Bute. 411
fine clothes, of showy d wtOlinga and
equipages in . a word, of physical
of every description. If there is a
pretence at anything else whether
in the pulpit; or in the theatre, or in
literature the pill must be gilded so
as to appear "sensational." . AH this
is bo widely admitted, so shamefully
notorious, this its recital is ejuite
enough we repeat it merely in eluci
dation of tbe subject under discussion.:
it is impossible, wnen people think
all things or their bodies and nothing
of their minds, that either a demo
cratic or any other pure fojrja of gov
erument can long be maintained by
themselves. They are rushing to
ward the precipice at railway speed.
and tbe universal corruption (hat
good men deplore is the prelude of a
decomposition wnicn la as certain as
fate. - - " s
Tbe Christian Standard discourse th
thus: - i
"Thomas Paine made men skeptic
aL So did Voltaire, Strauss and Re'
nan. Xundela make in tideis. , They
write down Christianity they "talk
it down; there are professing Chris
tiaua who are skeptic makers. What t
A follower or Uhrlat destroying men's
faith in Christianity I How? , By
living it down. The best argument
for Christianity Is a holy, consistent
life. The best argument - against
Christianity ia an unholy,- inconsist
ent life. Tbe believer . professes to be
actuated by higher and better mo
tives than the world, but It bis ltfe ia
down on the common 'plane,- men
lose faith in the . thing : which . be
claims to pxMea&T-,If .a believer s
aerls that he baa a new life, has been
born again, and yet acts like other
men, seeking their delights, and rel
ishing ainlul things, mea say that re
generation is a religious Action. - if a
CbrUtian claims to believe what the
Bible say about the future condition
of the lost, and yet makes no' tTort to
pluck these brand from tne eternal
burnlns. nor fervently prays for tbelr
salvation, aeo say be bat feaif believe
wfaat he professes. . -t-..,
Believer, what Is' the living argil -i
mem you runner r i ou -are eitner
confirming tuen In faiUtxif .thAitrutli
or (Jhrtsuanity. or yoa are-sireuxvn
euiug them in their belief. . Are you
a skeptic iuakerT", ' ' V "
-' ' eaaaaaajsBBWaABB
.. '.'-.. . i i. ..i V. .: -..
Jouk&om had bla circle, whlun w.ta
the whole country; Grant lias his,
which 'ia his family." The center of
one was the Cbastitutloor the center
i ot Ik o&feet ft btvtt-l4ewo-::- v,:.:
An Affair of Honor.
Grace Green wta.il, in tbe Independ
ent, recounts an affair of honor which
took place in Lebanon, daring ita oc
cupancy by the French troops. ' Borne
oi toe uuc de IhAuxuits aristocratic
young subalterns, not imitating the
modesty of their chief, were disposed
to be rather supercilious, and - to put
on airs toward the young people of tbe
town, when admitted te their informal
parties and merry-makings. ' In this
way a gay, handsome young captain
gained an unenviable , social distinc
tion, and finally came to grief. At a
rural ball, to which he had managed
to gain admittance, his roving fancy
was caught by a rustic beamy, a mer
ry lltt.'e coquette, who, not having
'a soul - above - buttons,?- was .'not ill
pleased with his ardent glances, - and
gallant broken English, and who was
immensely aroused by marking the
effect produced by his devotion on the
countenance and demeanor of a certain
stalwart youog farmer prevent, and
lowering darkly in the back-ground,
to whom, if the truth must be told,
this uaughty little maid was "betroth
ed. ' At last the dashing soldier grew
a tittle too bold -In his a tent ions.
The ludy became lightly aUrmed,
aud her loverquite furious. He strode
up to the Frenchman, with his eyes
blazing and his hands clenched,, but
addressed hi in in a cool, steady tone,
thus: 'Look here, monaeer, you French
fellows come to. America to fight, not
to make love. So none of .your flat
ter in', and palaveria. and. paries
youiin', about here. . This young wo
man belongs to me; and yeu may just
make yourself scarce, double quick
The young woman in question turn-,
ed very white. Monticur le Captain
turned veiy red; but eelng that his
Yankee rival looked very black, and
was altogether an glv customer to
deal with on the spot, he merely said.
vt-ry signncanuy: -monsieur, nave
ration.' OcrtaintnerJ. we come to Amer
ique Vo fight." Then, bowing low to
the lady, be strode haughtily away,
"With his iword cling, clang."
The next morping.an elderly French
officer, who had grown grim and gray
In the service, yet had been engaged,
as principal or second. In more duels
man oatuea, waited ou the young
farmer, whom be found in his barn,
threshing, and presented a cartel. The
farmer, laying down his flail, verv de
liberately opened tbe note, and : tried
to spelj out its contents; box as it was
in French, he was obliged to get the
Frenchman tv . interpret it. Some
what to the surprise of that officer;
who was eager for some . agreeable
event to break the monotony of a long
winter encampment, ne readily con-
M-nted to a meeting. Thesecmd lheu
reminded nitu that he. aa tbe chal
lenged party, was entitled to t hechoioe
of weapons. ' . . ' ' -
"I dou't care a button what he fights
me with. : I'm read v for him.'' aaia
tbe Yankee, rather evasively, wiping
the sweat and dust off his forehead
with a blue cotton hankerchief. :
.'A Ht tn w. nf.M .Ia
what yoa call the small sword. Will
dat please monsieur, eh?" said the- of
ficer, bowing and smiling with, over
whelming politeness. : i
.. "Oh! yes, as well aa anything -email
swords or horse-pistols; J ain't partic
ular," replied the farmer, coolly. Then!
the time and place were agreed upon.
- The Frenchman Dowvd biiu-ell ont
of the barn as otit of tht . presence of
royalty, the farmer took up his . flail
and went on with his threshing i
thump, thump, thump! . ,.j
Both parties came punctually to the
uuetimg ground, over in the wmkJ,:
very early on a mild spring morningi
the gay captain In -uudrews UBirtrni,
with the old major, bis temin bearing
a brao of small sword-: the surgeon
of tbe legion, with his ominoua c-ise
of instruments, bis lint and bandages;
then the farmer, In yet more undress
uniform C red flannel shirt and
gray homespua trow sere, tucked into
cowskin boots, his "hired man" for a
second, and for his weapon the good;
hickory flail he had been swinging
the day before! .r - . . j
Great was tbe astonishment ant)
voluble the indignation of the French j
man when finally made to understand
that the rustic really intended to figh
the duel with tbb ugly rural implement-
-But' he sturdily stood his
ground: !1 ;-t ' '
'I don't know anything about your
toastia'-irong," be said; "but I rfoun-j
deistand a flail, and I'vejust made up
my mind to fight this here duet with.
a flail. So, monsieur, begin- lungin
and pokin' at me just an quick as you
please." ' ' ;
- The Dtrplexed cantata then dropped
down;toa;ittle friendly remonstrance;
saying, very blandly. - .. t
rar lon.mo lsieur.vou know not de
duel. Permit me to recommend de
small sword. I lerd hint wis de most,
great piaitir, . monsieur. .- You nq
take him r you fight wis dat ting I,
See you 1 I cut wis my rapire dat lee-t
tie cordon aat noid de two part togcu-
der, tout de suite; and den where- will
you be, eh?H:j. ; ... v - I
The farmer laughed carelessly, and
a little tauntingly, aa he replied
j ever mina me.cap'en I'm -odii
ed to you. " 1 can look out for myself.
guess. .Keep your extra small a word,
to spit your frogs on. . I'll stick to my
flail. And now let's to work! I'm iu
tuthitif of a harry to git back" to my
other thrashing job." j
"jiten,'wTM,ia tne rrenenman. snrug
ging hia chouldera. "If monsieur wllla
to die, I put myself at his service tout
ajau.' .... .. .. -r
Bo thev took their oositlons.
-"One! two! three!' at it they ventf
Xna Fxenctuxtan made magnincenv
stroke, aimed at the weak point in hi
adversary's weapon; but mlsseu, and,
fell back for a uew 'demonstration.!
Thetrthe Yankee riving a whirring;
swing with his nalT, -brought it town
on the bead of the captain,, whack !
making tbe powder fly and bringing
that alert swordsman to tbe ground..
lie was not killed, but severely brats-
ed and sotaswhat stunned." For sonae
minutes the farmer stood la his place,
leaning on . hi flail, watching the
ministrations or the surgeon; tnen. a
the Fienchman failed to "-'come to
time . and declared himself satisfied
(tiieaijtftat,"l tne victor civilly nade
the nartv eooa-morniog. ana atroae
from the field, followed by his mao'
aud whistling the new air of '.Yankee
jjooaie." - - - -
jj i l ; . .
rTm ' Imperialist.- Thbf aenssv
tlonal twaddler, a bantling, oa tilt, -of
Mrv Secretary .of : the Navy,, Borie,!
has made ita second appearance. It
keeps up the same sort of a grind ou
the ftilure f Detnocraey,' und : the
gradual but certaia verging of the,
mitntrv loapard monarchAiuu.- .Liittle
Borie finds the stamps for, this enter-!
prise.7 and "the -small balance of thei
capital .embarked v very llmited
amount of braine is furnished.-Ay t
half Btarjed, Eogllahman. whose cou-f
ceptituis of Democracy are about as
clear as those the King of theOnni-!
ImU - Xalnnda would -i entertain. T
f rosut minded staLceman of tbe Whit
iouse .reads the -Imperialist "with:
j.'. ." .-f i.T..Lr C .-. 9 V ! .
Cham-B. BeyjwOur, cneof theed.
Itors of the" New York Daily Uimrs.
died in New York, on Sunday -last.
of raeuruatieni ox the taraln. jr. -
.' A oue-iegged. soldier' has been re-'
moved to It- it e room for Diclr Yates'
bnrther.iu a Western post office.' 'The
soldier with but one leg stands ttralgh
ttr than iMglt irUiUae-J2tort iW.
WD at anchor, wheff !i were 1 ,.
' ShOWfki G-BSa. 1: .11 fractal f'tf laSat. J " "?
j ,1 ' -w7 -erw fe-wj aa aaF . aa lvty J
The waters rtDDled no to lava- '. V
I Her hand, that with its bracelet's glow, "
Hurif tpvlng witb tbe trembiiag nde, r i -:
! Th kiss o fair a waist.
In the dim rliatarice wast and wide,
j Th wuttttsaiti :-Klitagred xnroujja
there wiiwrAwtU Y I.. -r1 1
i A all. ace 1 hirtl wrn,H nut "hirefe J '
So IWH-I tbal vn U rt(t-.l, to tne
! To tt-ai, and for uv Jitdv's sake" - - -T
weAve my f antic into 'rliymo,, ' 1 '
Auat air wonia praiae" otne hannr da
v. 4ic.ui aricr time ' ' '
iiaa i-oate to sweep my dreamt-
were well it nd been but a
And yet I truutcd in ber trnfh - -!- '
er soft -yes bad aa evil gleam
That slew rne, and she knew no rut.'
Aad still uta- whit taiU pas th here,
! - And melt lets tbe parole Air i .
p9L sbe w ill wat,clt. tbetn never mere.' ' '."
As fAiaifM M tier face was fair. '
The Hon.J. R, Doolittie. late Unl,
ted .States Senator, from Visconsln, .
MndibeHon- Jesse 0. .Norton, late
United States District Attorney, have
lornrea a taw partnership in Chicago.
j Joseph was the first dead head In a
theatre. He was put In a pit for notlt
ing.'siic-nitiiiij, us !...':. r. .:i
i lfVour landlady places ai extra fork
beside your plate, .and you haven't
paid that last WU, accept the .lnr.cd
forkpver..,2 ."',- ;j
; A WesteA-n -aper reporta a i-iergy-!-man
as having "taken a contract for
revival preaching" in Davenport.'
Iowa. " ':' . .
How to put a criminal out : of his
head. u Ex-(s) cul-pate him. s
If the cultivation of plants is horti
culture is not the growth of sea-weed
nautlcnlt.ure?. ? ;o .'i ;.' ..: "-. ,
If the sun be eclipsed for sa hour it
attract more attention than by ita
shining a whole year. Like a good
man's faults. . ' - '
Among the larger incomesreturnerl
In one of the districts- in New York- "
City we notice' the following, well
known names: Samuel N. Pike. iiT-
000; H, T.Ht lea bold, 15J05; Undol-
puo oiie. ,i,sib; wiinam a . Astor,
t,070,ata; Henry J. Raymond, $25,-
iw, uorneuus Vanderbuut $09,830.
A few diya ago the" wife of Jadge
James Bumtnf Humansville, PoUc
County, Missouri, gavelbirtn to two
boys and a girl, averaging over six:
pounds each. The father orthhMrio .
of babies is sixty-nine years of age,
has had three wivsa, and is thtrlpater.
nal relative' of some twenty-live chil
dren. ... ,
Mr. Robert RirCewasarreetedhvtha
military for sonie unknown offenae, at
Summit, MIssiseippi,- the "other day;
he was placed on a train an route-tot
Jackson, but when the cars had gone
a half mile, be Jumped off, gut on a
norse ana made bt escape. The train
was stopped by the authorities, but
they were Ajuable to recapture the
fugitive., , , . ;
Twe lrjt rail on the .Western ha if .
of the Paeitlc RtUnatd waa laid .Sat
urday wifh lntxslnii fervnt'tRles. and
on Moiuivv'tli, ii.nrm h t as joi n -ett
It tt (The rtet'l is bvw ct'tnpiete
front Newy(-.tk .-en ' Fraociaco.
Tbe evt ut wk getn-rn'lly celebrated
by the commercial 't-lasse.4 in all our
great cities The officers of the. com
panies that control the road were in
consultation Monday aod came to a
tempoary understanding that the fare
from New York to San Francisco for
second class passengers should be seventy-five
and for. first class one bun
dred and aeveuty-nve dollars. .
-Iu Bowling Green, Kentucky, on
(Saturday. Z. W. Will lams, a grocer,
committed suicide by shooting. Bp.v .
iness disappointments are supposed to. -have.
caused tlut suicide, v. He had been
tor some time expecting a remittance
of money; day after day he called at
the expressed office, but always got.
tbe sau.e anewert "No package." Re
ceiving the same reply Saturday morn,
ing, he turned abruptly from the of
fice, with a muttered curse upon the
man who had disappointed him, ayalk
ed off, and was nvt again seen until
his body was found. In the afternoon.
on the river bank.
Victorieu. Sardou,. the popular
French dramatist, ten years ago found
himself standing, one wintry night,
in a doorway, with a roll of refused
manuscript .in his pocket, wth the
wind and rain penetrating bis miser
able clothing,' without money and
without friends, anl worse than alt,
with tin Inexorable landlord who bad
turned him into tbe street to starve or
to freezrj, Now h rewive a Ihous
and fran'- a.riay '.t'r tils pieces; be
ow:m the ma.'nificer t chateau el Mai
la, on- the ta il.rnea- Maimaison: be
lately built a b ta.a ass bout in , Pari
to rent, and be, baa money In the
fands! - ' r : J
When !tf r. "Jay" was first offered the
the Austrain Mission he refused to ac
cept it, declaring be would go to Lon
don or nowhere. On his return to
New York he repeated srd sent three
friends to: Washington, - Un their ar
rivitl, they found the President at dlo
net; after, a few . Uitnuu-is however,
they obtained an luterviewaiid pitt
ed Mr. Jay's claims.'. The President
said he regretted they were too late,
as he bad Jost telegraphed, offering
tbe post to William Culleo Bryant.
One of tba gontlemen asked if it was
certain tiie message bad gone. The
Presideptjrangand a clerk appeared
who was just sending It off. After
some further conversation the message
was torn up, and Mr.. Jay promised
tbe appointment. , '-t- .
- A few weeks ago, Proteasor Jtafoa
Wells, of New York, made an expert,
mental trip freni-Romein a Montgl
tier balloon' Tbe machine was taoatr
ed with, ratified sir . produced by a
small, wood fire. This quantity of beat
was sufficient to carry up the balloon
to the height or about three miles, and
the son's raya-wesre .then -enough te
keep it and its conductor in suspense
until about 4 p.' M.; when the weather
having changed, and a storm coming
up, tbe air within condensed and the
balloon collapsed, and permitted Mr.
Wells to descend. 1 He landed near
Bene.vento.ia tbe Neapolitan province
of Term d i La voro, Being ; beyond
the Papal frontier, he had much diffi
culty In obtaining passports for his re
turn to Rome, the authorities finding
ia their instructions no ruiea lor toe
issue of papers to tejple arriving in
their JuriMictlon from the-opper re-
gions. -Kr''' -' .' i i : f u
; ;v rf -t 1 "i t-'.-.-i a-r.-.t
An American , visitor eO the jceebrsd
fr dairies iu Devonshire describes the
proceeftof making 'clotteJ cream," a
well-known Engtiah'delicAey.Mt haa
a peculiarly pleasant taste, and Is large
ly used, with 8Ugar"aadress.Itig, . for
fresh trui tYndain'gs;
for the famous gtefierry-pIeT '-f". r '
The milk Is strained in large, deep :
pan-s'and- puU in the' dairy-boute.
It i uieu taken out and scilded by ,
placing the pan " In t-u iron skillet,
partly filled with water, upon the
range. At the bottom of- the skillet
there is a g rate oo.'which t he pan rests,
so as to prevent burning or scorching.
"The milk is slowly heated to' near
the boiling: point, r tatii tlie- cream
bogl os-Jo aiiow i arriecidedly-; marked
ctrt? or. 'cHukli' .nrouiid .the .outer
eti; and wbr-o Mieir-U but!, raises
the nurfttce of the cteatir -aiustbe
inituediatt ty removed. 1
-:-airmfe experience la-nee.8aary. In
applyi.fi tleu heat to have it Just right;
Other wise the cream is spoiled. When
properly s-atde f. the-mlik-ls remov
rtl t tne-diry, wherw it stands from
twelve to t w-ccty-t'Mir boursecording
to th" cotillion of tlie weather, when
the , creaut Is, then" thick, . compact ,!
iiians, an Inch ir -more deep. It is then t
divided With knit! In to- squares -to
convenient size,- and Mnoye4 witie
.-w-V j 'f