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ELEGANT EASTER CARDS, AT
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
'THURSDAY EVE., MAROH 23, 1882.
The Philadelphia Times says: In various
sections of the country labor demonstrations
of a less peaceful character are
reported. At Omaha railroad men are in
revolt ; at Pittsburg iron workers have resorted
to violence in order to enforce their
demands, and in the Cumberland coal region
of Maryland pit hands to the number
of threo thousand are on a strike and
apprehensions of disorder are
felt felt in the neighborhood. In
Massachusetts the spinners have added to
the general anxiety by refusing to accept
a proposed reduction in va:es, and there
is a fear that preparations are in progress
to inaugurate a strike throughout the anthracite
coal regions of this State.
These tales have ominous sound of distress,
and there many who cjonstrue them
to forecast a great crisis in the near future.
During the winter which has just closed,
while nature tempered the winds of -the
poor, the prices of life's necessaries have
been unusually burdensome. Industrial enterprise
has been active in all departments
and prosperity seemed to be the harvest
of industrial application. Enhanced values
have consumed the fruits of labor, and the
changing season fails to show an expected
accumulation. This has been productive
of discontent, which invites agitation, and
that in turn provokes outbreaks. The
improvement in business that the recent
past promised has not been realized and
disappointed operators have been inclined
to apply the usual remedy-reducing wages.
For this the labor element is poorly
equipped and ripe for resistance by any
means that offers. Strikes and labor agitation
are the result, and whether they
will bo confined to their present proportions
or spread until the whole country is
enveloped is the problem of the future.
In whatever aspect the situation is viewed
it is sufficiently grave to admonish all
concerned that the best and speediest
remedy should be invoked. The suffering
by strikes must fall with equal force upon
both the employer and employe, and if
the impending difficulty can be solved by
the logic of reason he violates a plain duty
who fails in an endeavor to apply it.
The Republicans of New York are now
divided into three factions Stalwarts, Half
Breeds and Tarn many ites.
Thekk is an unconfirmed rumor that
charges against judge Blatchford have been
preferred before the Judiciary Committee.
Thk country uouki be gratified to learn
the names of the Congressmen who have
presented bills for,heir expenses incurred
in attending the funeral of President Garfield.
Br an act of the Legislature it is imposed
to make an allowance of $73S to the
Sheriff and Clerk of Boyd county for extraordinary
services in the Ashland murder
trial. The appropriation has already been
authorized by the House.
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Rhode Island will lead off next month
in the State elections ot this year. Oregon
"will follow in June. Kentucky comes next
in August, together with Tennessee and
'Alabama. Maine elects a Governor and
Legislature in September. Ohio and Iowa
will fill minor offices in October and Colorado
and West Virginia will elect Gov-
inora nd Legislatures. In Novomber,
Connecticut, Delaware, Kansas, Massachusetts,
Michigan, Nobraska, Nevada,
New JIampshiro, Pennsylvania, South
C.irolina, Texas and New York will elect
Governors, and Illinois will elect a Legislature.
Goe. Iknrd was drowned at Tunnel ton.
The Miami and White River have been
It is not likely that Sergeant Mason will
W. S. Johnson, a wealth Chicago citizen,
died in "Florida.
There is nearly a foot oksnowalGreen
W. Troll had his foot cut off by the cars
at Sullivan, Ind.
Cary Hall was run over by a gravel car
and killed at Batavia, 0.
John Richard was crushed to death by
an ice elevator at Toledo, 0.
W. B. Sharp, a merchant ot Bethany,
Kentucky, has failed. Liabilities, $2,500.
The Mosby murder trial at Vincennes,
Indiana, resulted in a verdict of acquittal.
A farm house belong to John Allen was
consumed by fire at Lafavette, Ind. Loss
Win. Green, of Hustonville, 111., was
robbed of $80 in the public streets at Sul-
J livan, Ind.
Benj. Shauver has been missing from
Rushsylvania, O., -for sometime. Foul
play is suspected.
Isaac II. Brown, an old and well-known
citizen of Massillon, O., ands a prominent
Odd Fellow, is dead.
Senator Hill's surgeon informs him that
the cancer with which he has been afflicted
has been entirely eradicated.
Melville's report of the Jeannette search
has reached the State department, and in
substance is as follows :
Delong'sinstructions, dated Cape Emma
Bennett Island, August 5, 1881, were that
theparty should go south to Magnetec if
over ice, and if in boats to the Siberian
coast, and make for the mouth of the Lena.
If the boats got separated the understanding
was to go for the Lenaand stream to the
settlements. The boats separated on the
night of September 12, 1881, fifty miles
northeast of Bukin, and Melville reached
Lena September 16 and Bukoff, September
20, and tried to get up the native
guides, but ice and the exhausted condition
of the men compelled a return. The
The natives gave them quarters and a
quantity of fish and decayed geese. On
October 8 a Russian exile discovered them
and divided his food and went'back and
told the commandant.
On October 29, the exile returned with
a supply of food, and said that the commandant
would be at Kurkoff, November
1st with deer and sleds to rescue the party
and take them to Belum. The exile on
his return met two of the first cutter's
party at Kurmart, and Melville at once
started for Belum to intercept the commandant,
but missed him by taking a
dillerent road, and leaving Deanhower,
whose eyes had recovered, in charge of
the party, with instructions to follow Melville
to Belum as soon as possible.
Melville reached Belum November 2,
and found the two men in an exhausted
condition, and from them learned what
had occurred after the separation up to
October 1st. The latest anything was
heard of DeLong was that De Long's party
crossed the Lena to the west hank October
1st to a summer hunting lodge called
The toes of Erickson were a mputated,
because of being frozen, and he was drawn
on an improvised sled nd hauled by a
companion -who was hardly able to walk
because of his frozen feet and legs. They
proceeded south again, crossing the Lena,
having to wade. "Erickson died October
G, and was buried in the Lena. The party
was then in a deplorable condition, having
lost their dog meat and living on an allowance
of threo ounces of alcohol per man
per day, but proceeded south till October
)th. when Uelong, sent Nirdeman and
Neros, ahead to seek relief.
These two men, after fourteen days of
terrible suffering, reached
wero cared for by the commandant there.
They sent a dispatch to the United States
minister at St. Petersburg. The commandant
afterward supplied Melville, Nov., 5th
at Bauanlaup, at tho Upper Belum. The
natives gave Molvillo DeLong's records,
loft there by DeLong Melville savs, from
all circumstances, he believes that DeLong
and party are to tho northward of Ine
Lena, between Sister Aureok and Bulcour,
and asks authority to organize search
To The Ladies!
OPENING OF THE
SPRING SEASON 1882.
fiWe think wo may confidently state that we have never
before had so Choice and Various Assortment to offer to our
Customers, as we have at this season, of
not only are the Styles and Qualities of the Various Article
Superior but the Prices are unusually favorable, owing to pur
orders having been placed in advance of other houses, and our
buyer having just returned from the east,
Since our purchases were made there has been an advance of
from 5 to 15 per cent, in nearly all kinds of Goods, and thus we-are
able to sell at Lower Prices than those who bought later.
Early Purchasers Secure
The Best Styles. Many of the CHOICEST things
shown cannot be. 1DTJPLICATED this Season.
We have also added this season to our business (a want which
has been for a long time felt.)
which has be,en generally admitted, is made and trimmed of finer
material, and Cheaper than it can be made at home. Consisting df
Skirts, Night-Gowns, Dressing-Sacks
and all other essentials desirable, which will be sold by the Set or
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experience. A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
VESTIBUBE LACE &c.,,
and OILCLOTHS ;
AS IJSUAL FINE ANP PRICES MODERATE.
ffisTAPESTRY and VELVET EUOS,
All sizes and of beautiful designs. To all of which we pordiftlly
Invite our patrons. -
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