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A case of leprosy has been discovered
in tho Ohineso quarter in Mott Street,
It is now asserted by a Boston dentist
that ilia onlv true wav to clean teeth is
tn hit into a raw notato three or four
timin ner dav.
Ohio neoulo now protect craves by
criss-crossinir railroad rails aoross the
ciHin. Ghouls can't pull them out
without dijrging a hole six feet square
Mr. 10. Remington, tho gun manu
facturer, has built a house at Cairo,
Ko-vnt. to cost $100,000. He has
iM'ndinff claim acrainst the Khedive's
Government for S.WO.OOO.
The Indiana Supremo Court holds
that a person in hired bv railroad trains
while walking on tho track is guilty of
contributory nesliirence, and therefore
not entitled to damages.
The ladies of Burkevillo, Va., have
anounced an Easter entertainment, the
proceeds of which are to be applied to
the purchase of a new steam printing
press for Mr. Alphius Boiling of the
.South, hide sentinel.
A MiuDi.KKUvto. Fa., mouse tunneled
nn ear of corn, built her nest in it, and
was living on the gram ou the outside
Connecticut Legislature. Three mem'
bors, being called as witnesses, testified
that they used passes. President Yat
rous said : My own Judgment was that
all not engaged in operating the road
should pay their faro. As for members
of the Legislature, with their high pub
lic duties po perform, they nre very in
adequately paid meanly paid. A little
Concession lO IIIUIU, Wllliuub umiciug ui
trains or much expense, will do no
harm. Besides this, I want those peo
ple who have cot the power to apply the
knifo to my throat to feci kinuiy towara
mo. Tho Governor, for years past, has
always had an annual pass over all roads
U tuo btaie. it is state practice every
where." A decision has not been
About twenty prisoners confined In the
Mock Mince Tie. Four Boston
Work-house at Wheeling, W. Va., on the crackers rolled, two-thirds of a cup of
evening of the Cth mutinied and, attacking cold water, one cup of molasses, half a
ihe guard,' escaped from custody, t)urlng cup of sugar, half a Cup of vinegar, ono
the attack several ol tne prisoners were egg, ana raisins anu Bpie.es as tor miuue
handling Frank MoSherry,oneoI the guards, pies.
Collecting His Fare Again.
pretty roughly and In self-defense he pulled
a revolved and Bred, the ball missing his as.
sallants and striking Patrick Daly, a prison
er who was taking no part iuthe fight, in the
abdomen, killing him Instantly. The attack
ing prisoners escaped unhurt.
Hon. Robert L. Montague died suddenly
at his home in Middlesex County, Va., on
the 3d. aged sixty-three years. IIo wasLIeu-
tenant-Qovernor of the State with Gov.
Letcher during tho early part of the late
war. and was subsequently elected a mem
ber of the Confederate Congressi
The annual camp-meeting at Blloxi,
Miss., will begin June 10 and eontinuo ten
Yesterday afternoon a stranger was
201112 down mil a otreeu moving in
zigzag lines as if ho had a contract from , K has bccn itatcd
length of the street, but the width, that
bothered him so much. In ono hand
he carried a hat-box and an umbrella,
e- .r , ..... , , . j. covin
Migmeer scowuen oriaaing me uim m- . oyer tha cnfol.ccmellt of tue Sun
nous ol the smcwaiK. u was not tne - . ,,,, .nnt .uioon-ltecD-
UJ a j -o
and in the other a grip-sack; while
under each arm were stuffed several
domestic-lookinc bundles. He was ev
ers. and the latter, as a method of retalia
tion. agreed to close all their places of busl
ncss on Sunday, tho 7th, and devote their
time to obtaining information against every
bodv who nerfortued common labor on the
Lord's day. The result was a largo numoer
:,iniin m.bi.m nr thn C. nn tin-tt ma - . ' . ... .. :" .1.1. . three tauicsnooniuis oi wuuc
, - 0I arreBts, pcipauy 01 nonrthe-miik bimWit into the
uuni. , who brouuht people to cnurcn. ii.very piace . .. ,.
., .!.! u, i-n Df0rr.oil w". "l h 1 K . and surrar. 8tirrin2 all tho time. 1
ju luuuunii: mo .u 'v-. n. i,iih ius8 was closed, except uruir-btures. i- o , o . .
i JL,.,,i i..,m.iiofUi tn 0I"U. I,L.. V.. u' A ... .r, ' ihU custard into a puddinc-dish
nuuuui aim iiiuiccucu iiniuv...i....j nnd thev sold uotnine except meuicmcs ou - . . , , .,
.1 n- m;- it o nbnir with nim 111 y u "UL.U," brown it slizhtlv: beat up the whites
tne uuuiu. iimiiNinSiuvi. " " wr (ten nrcser DtlOuS.
The car was 8 1-2 inches in length and
9 1-2 inches in circumference, and it
contained 1,000 grains of corn.'
The Ttacky Mountain Courier, of Green
River, Wyoming, gives an account of an
active volcano near Brown's Park. The
crater is five feet in diameter, emitting
sulphurous smoke; no lava yet. The
snow in the vicinity melted from tho
heat of the volcano.
A San Francisco thief did not know
that the woman whose pocket he tried
to pick was the Great American reruale
bainson, belonging to a circus then in
the city ; but he was sure he had made
a mistake when, she struck out from the
shoulder, knocking him down like a ten
pin hit by tho big ball.
- Tub daughter of Farmer Hawes, of
Clayton, Contra Costa County, Cal.,
lost her voice three years ago from
diphtheria. She was a devout girl, and
prayed for the restoration of her voice.
A few days ago, when at prayer meet
ing, and thus fervently praying, her
speech returned to her. At least so
says tho San Francisco Post.
Formerly, English shops of all
descriptions had signs, although now
adays they are only borne by public
houses. Longmans, the great publish
er, had, in 173'J, tho sign of tho Ship
and Black Swan. Messrs. Hoare, one
tf the chief banking houses in London,
still carrv their old sicn above their
door of their splendid establishment in
1 iect street.
To convince his Mohammedan
neighbors of his friendly feeling, the
C.ar has cranted them permission to
erect a mosque at St. Petersberg. It
will be situated in the central part of
the city, near the Newski Perspective
in Tolerance Street, where there are
silready a number of edifices belonging
to religions tolerated nowhere else in
A couple of woodsmen hnd with
them on a baggage car to Saginaw,
Mich., the other day, a tame bear, and
things went along smoothly until his
bearship placed his forward paws on
the stove, burning them severely. This
so enraged him that he made an attack
on those present and drove them out of
the car, and it was not until he had
been soothed to sleep with a club that
order was restored.
A band of Sioux recently visited the
Yellowstone Valley, Montana, and ran
off about one hundred and sixteen head
of horses. The thieves were pursued by
citizens and Crows. Tho citizens and a
portion of the Crows were compelled to
turn back on the second day on account
of havinc no change of horses. The rest
of the Crows kept on in pursuit until
the next morning, when they came upon
the thieves in camp, killing two of them
and capturing the horses
At llockaway Beach, N. Y., the most
spacious seaside hotel in the world will
bo erected this summer. It is to have
a frontage of one thousand one hundred
and sixteen feet on the ocean, a deptli
of four hundred feet. The building is
to be four stories in height, with lofty
towers and spacious wings. 1 ho din
ins-room will have a seating capacity
for six thousand cuests. Rooms are to
be furnished in a princely manner for
one thousand five hundred permanent
A lady called at a photograph gallery
in Columbus, O., the other day, with a
his baggage scattered around his feet,
he was soon oblivious to all that was
passing, and remained so till ho was
roused by the Captain, who shook him
persistently and jelled tho word "tick
et, uur stranger inuiuaieu uiui uu
had no ticket.
"Fare, then,1', demanded the" Cap
tain. "TTnw nm.hP "
Ho was told, and ho handed his loose
change to the Captain, who took the
proper amount. He was soon snoring
Half hour passed, and tho Captain
again made his appearance.
The amount was stated as before ;
tho Rtraniror ponied up and again fell
asleep. This thing was, gone over four
times, and when tho Captain for the
fifth time aroused the sleeper, he had
sobered up a little, and was evidently
as mad as a hornet. I-ooking daggers
at the indefatigable collector, ho mut
" Look a 'ere, Cap'n, why the dcuco
don't you c'lect all your fare at oncep
What you come sturuuijj umu na
way forP How much to Cincinnati?"
" Cincinnati. yeneu tne lapiuw.
" This here ain't no Cincinnati steamer.
This is the Jeff, ferryboat."
The last seen of our traveling friend
he was standing on the wharf with his
baggage in his hands and a cart-load of
levee mud on his boots.
The General Lytle was half way to
Cincinnati. Louixville Post and A'ews.
Charles Cox. who, in company with
Monroe Spradley, murdered a peddler named
McAnnally, in Panola County, Tex., In tha
spring of 1870, has, after repeated delays
been brouuht to trial at Carthage, and Ben
tenced to ninety-niue years in the Penltcn
tiury. Spradley broke Jail some years ago,
and Is said to be In Mexico,
Judge W. II. llayes, of the United States
rvnrt. died Miidilenlv of heart disease, at his
hnme in Louisville. Kv.. on the 7th. He fcas
50 years of age. Judge Ballard, whom he
succeeded, also died suddenly and of the
Wess Tolls, of Smlthfleld, Ky., who last
summer shot and killed a negro named Bry
ant for being too intimate with his wife,
and who was cleared, returned to Smlthfleld
from Colorado the other day, and, meeting
his wife, cut her throat from ear to ear, kill
ing her instantly.
A horrible double murder occurred in
Grayson County, Ky., on the night or ine
6th. tho victims being John and William
Gwvn and the murderer llenry Kite, their
brother-in-law. Both were killed with an
ax, while in bed at Kite's house, where they
had come at the solicitation of Mrs. Kite, to
take her and her children away, on account
of her husband's shameless liaison with her
Fruit Cake. One pound butter, ono
pound brown sugar, ono pound flour,
ten eggs, one-half pound sliced citron,
two pounds dried English currants
(washed and dried), three pounds seed
ed raisins, one tablespoon each of mace
and cinnamon, "one teaspoon cloves, two
srrated nutmegs. Bake slowly in an
evenly heated oven.
Cocoanut Cake. One cup sugar,
half cup butter, two eggs, half cup milk,
two cups Hoar, two teaspoons baking'
powder, liafee in thin layers, tor
icing, beat together the whites of two
epps. and one cup powdered sugar.
Snroad a laver of this on tne case, anu
strew it thicklv with crated and sugared
ocoanut. Place another layer oi caKe
on that, and proceed as before ; on top
put only icing.
Snowball puddino. Hon one quart
of rich milk, and then thicken it with a
tablespoonful of flour or arrowroot;
beat up the vclks of four eggs with
a stiff froth, adding four tablespoonfuls
of sugar, and flavoring with lemon;
drop it on the custard (when browned)
in tne form of balls as large as an egg.
Set it back in the stove to brown a little.
Batter Pudding. Two eggs well
beaten: one pint butter-milk; one table-
spoonful sour cream ; a rounding tea
spoonful of soda ; a little salt and Hour
to make a mass so stiff that it would
keep the shape of a very rough moun
tain if made into one. "Stir in ripo ber
ries, cherries or currants or in the ab
sence of these, tho dried fruit till they
are as close together as the stars in me
Milkv Wav look to be. Steam two
hours. Serve with cream not the mix
ture of milk and yelk of eggs used by
city housewives and sugar to which a
little nutmeg may be added.
Cocoanut Puffs. The whites of
three eggs beaten very light, a small
teacupful of fine white sugar, one table
spoonful of corn starch. When these
ingredients aro mLxeu, put mo mixture
into a custard saucepan or a jug, set in
a pan of boiling water, and stir con
stantly for twenty minutes: then take
it off the stove, and add a quarter oi a
i .11 ni.vcii.imv ri'Ltred from
- in hia hntuls bv an Kai
India missionary me unui - -
fctuble remedy lorttio peeuy anu l "'"'
ion. Hmnr litis, talari li.
Asthma, and all J uroui anu '''"'S J
nlo a positive and radical cure ftr Ncrr oni
Debility ana an iunuu wr
haviniAested its wonderful curative VoL'
u UHmsaiulsofeases, has felt it b s duty W
make It known to Ms suffering fellows. Ac
tuated bv this motive nnu a eii'siro w
annum suffering, 1 will eeud f rco of charge to
all who desire it, this recipe, in -
French, or English, with full dlrecttoi f. r
preparing and using. Sent by mall by ad
dressing with stamp, naming Mils paper, v.
W. SuiiKAU, 140 iWi' X'uit, J.iKlMler, JV. X.
I .... ..m n.r A U A m m . U-I7T.-K 1 VfMir IYW11 lO M II.
t istsifm&si ' nfiVir PAttJ KILLER
nr-ni imbih rnir disk h t naiik.
i ti tt m - t n i -j v a tt l i i i iiuii
Tit A MP AMIOAD."
a t r
ol " Sp.'iU unl k nml Tro tirrltory. "A
5!l W.t UlUi SliYffl.Clnclim.itl.ulil'i.
Voire of tlie People .
'l lm.1 a fciiiins lleaeof the luncs, and was
for a time mntlued to my t ed and under the
euro of a phv-ici in. His prescriptions did
not help inc. "1 grew wow, lomiliii'ir very
ai-veitlv. I roninii'iicC'l taking your Mcl.cal
it....i-..r. wiiii'h iii l.icil ine Li'Mtlv. 1 have
t.ikcii b;'vci.i1. bottles, and am icstomd to
sood health. Vonrs rP.ne.t full
r -jrrr . . .... .... .. ni
fi RANT'S rpouK
: W AR0UMD THE & WORLD.
S wil I Voiiiic. t(. which l H'hli-1 ' "!
S rmm sun trsiirHPourl'liilaHI;
PAI3I KILLER .vrrViVJi
, 'n.. .ll. Iii alwnv t hand, mini -'
liilrrnnlly or rt.-riillr
f r lirl. Suhl hj nil Hi UUWI--.IA.
mid In fiirt 'ilclw
:inil. ind w hm
i.Mia2E:ly fj? Pilts iHcsorrloidi.
Genekai. DniiiUTT. In this complaint the
good effects of the Vkoktixb are realized
iinmciliateW after commencing to take it; as
debility denotes deticleney of the blood, and
Veuutise acts directly upon the blood. Ther
1r nn rem edv that will' restore the health from
debility like the Veostinb. It is nourishing
mid atrciiirthenhi!t. purities the blood, regu
lates the bowels, quiets the nervous system,
acts directly upon the secretions, anu uruustn
the whole system to actlou. It has never
failed lu this complaint.
WllEl such men as the Hev. Dr. Rankin, Ucv.
Pr. Uurvev, Father FUz (Snrald. Prof. (Jreen
Pr. Bartine, Col. John K. Mc( hesnev, h W.
Neff, and a hostof others C(U;illy trustworthy,
certify over their own signatures to the mar
vi.iim. ..llwiifv of Warner's Safe Kidney end
L'wr Cure, in the diseases for which it Is
recommended, it la time to dismiss doubts on
C. Gilbert's Pat. Gloss Starch for fine fabrics
TOR YOUNG MEN.
Br M. hoi.. 1). I), l'aslur ef SLMatJ-J trg
tp llcHl UtXhi,"' to lie
iitiantiw iiiir riitiiitt mini --
.'",'.V" .Vu" i7i iTuii &ii t lis Keslr-Uitirtf: uir
s muiiwii ''rti '.v' .. v.- .i.,i v.
IJfoj rump. Vll.-i-liracl-ri ('Hup. . JW-yi
Fii:Ji. K.rfan; . . . . ..
Tirilinnnf tli'illiUwinin!illnt '"" I'S5
KJ,u,.!t ai.dW.ulf will b. Mnt M null tomnf ou. r
''liuVot 14 HnppMlwl- H.JJO! or trial M
for 50 oei.ts. (n l i.i.t hy m:
uuol eil "J iieiKiiuiiiiim .. -------
h JOHM C. BAKCiV Sl CO.,
-ffVfim.i'Mmll Hukr m Cod Mr OU.
B in 13
NEW YOllK, Mrch 15, WO.
That Block Puzzle.
whii-ii hd heen continued for wound of desiccated or grated cocoanut
nu oi..v., . - , . .
Ynon wen nnxeu urop in iciisiiuuiiuu.i
on buttered paper. Bako in a very
slow oven, as they must not brown at
Beefsteaks'Stewed Without Wa
ter. Get three or four pounds of rump
steak, cut about an inch thick ; put an
ounce of butter in a frying-pan large
enough to hold your steak, ana let the
butter melt without browning:; wash
the steak quickly in cold water and put
it in a frying-pan, covering closely, as
soon as it is thoroughly heated, season
with a teaspoonful of salt and a salt-
spoonful of pepper ; then push the pan
back on the stove where it will simmer
not boil keening it covered iill the
time, and a weight on the cover. It
will be found to be cooked and perfectly
tender in an hour and a half. Tut on a
hot dish and add half a teacup of toma
to or two tablesuoonluls of walnut cat
. . i
months In her house. Kite fled.
IshamCunps, a negro, has been sen
tenced to death by the District Court at Fort
Worth, Tex., his offeuse being tne criminal
assault of a white lady.
Abe Shwarts, Jr., a boy only seventeen
(1. is the lareest cotton buyer at
J " J
Dallas, Tex. He recently purchased, on
telegram order direct from Liverpool for
immediate shipment, 000 bales, forwhich be
The safe of Johnston, Rogers & Co., of
Marianna, Lee County, Ark., was rilled py
John Henry, whose engagement to
Sarah Emeline is iust announced, goes
up to spend the evening with his be- burglars on tho night of the 8th of $10,000 in
loved, who has invited a few friends to currency, and State and county warrants.
meet him. He takes the block puzzle y. M. Embry, of Richmond, Ky.,
un with him to make it pleasant lor Clerk of the Madison .Circuit court, com-
ti.nm Ho ia finite dexterous in the use mltted suicide on the niKht of the flth. He
nf tlio bits of wood, and has come out was forty-two years of age and unmarried.
ven several times. With great pride Long-continued ill-health, is supposed to
he showed it to Sarah Emeline and her have been the cause,
friends. IIo works it out caretuiiy.
Somehow or other it bothers him more
than usual this time. " I wish so many
CATTLE Native Steer.
SIIKK1' Common 10 Choice..
HUliS 1.1 vi!
(Ml'Tl I.N Mid cil ill -'
V l,Oi:it (Jood t.i Ciioicc
Wilt Vl So. i Ued
C(l! No. :l
OA'I'S We.-.lein ilixud
BEE Vi! Choice to Fancy...
tiootl to I'riino.....
Native Cows -
riOfiS Common to Select....
SHEEP Common to Choice..
WHEAT Ited Winter, No. 2..,
ltcd Winter, No. 3..
CO".S No. 2 Mixed
OATS No. S
KYE No. 2
Tl MOT 1 1 V SEED Prime
TOBACCO I lurk l.ugs. ..... .
Meumin uui k iveui
HAY Choice Timothy
lH'TTEK Choice IMury
K(i(iS Fresh Candled
l'( 11! IC Stiulrlul'd Mess
WOOL Tub-washed. Choice.
CATTLE Native Steers
HoiiS common to i;noice...
SilEEP-Coiiiinim to Choice..
F LOU 14 intent
OATS No. 2
KYE N. 2
PlllM.' Ml KM
FLOCK Ill'h Urados
II AY Choice
CO f VOX Middlins
-The Legislature of Virginia adopted a
resolution relative to the recent decisions of sup to the gravy in tlie pan, ana pour it
tho United Slates Supreme Court,' declaring over tlie steak.
of vou wouldn't staro at me," he re- that the rulings threaten tho very existence Keal q001) Toast. Comparatively
marked; "il make3 me nervous." men of State uovernments, anu piace me juui- few know wnat reany good toast is
slices ol unitorm tnicKness, t
umn half inch or five-eighths inch
move around over a brisk fire, to bnve
the repeal of all laws which tend to the ex- au parts toasted alike; keep only so
he eoes into a quiet corner nnu worns clary or tne Mate completely unuer comroi (jut
it out bv himself. After a few minutes of Congress. Virginia's Senators and Kepre- pi
Im returns, excliiiminsr. "Eureka!" Ihe gentatives in Congress are urged to work for
trnesta all srat ier around, ana tnere,
sure enough, is 13, 14, 15. " It ain't ercise of powers not delegated to the United
riirht. after all." savs Sarah Emeline; States by the States. The Legislature ad
n ' . . - . . i ... il.ail ...in... .4..
" you've got 12, It, tnsteaa oi 11, iz." journea sine aie, on meaiu, wuuouij)sn"is
Anil un lie bnd. and no shiftine of the the appropriation hill.
Iilocks could bring it right. Is it any A great quantity of mining 'machinery
w,mHr ihnr. John Henrv Dut tho box in has arrived recently at San Antonio, lex
his pocket and never saw Ins emeline for wagon transportation to mcmco. .v
mrira? " For." said he. reflectively, "a tensive mining operations will be inaugurat
p-irl who would take a fellow down like ed as soon as the necessaryj machinery .can
v.uo w 1 1. a
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4.76 a S.10
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auUior. Nu. 2W02 iteuiiile Suet. H. Lmis. Mo.
how to be Kr;.:.M
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b, Liiiiiloluiie, 1. VAlmi'i ' Maims). 100. WBa. r
i u car re4-' and H-.iiaUii Kitn'Ui. WW.
Kffii VrniiHW and OH lusl ",;,S('"0"""
JwiTwi ritl.K " pols In 10 me Miintlilj. nimr
$200 .",.1,1... f;....;
or US cts. Siie niifiiH loci n,im-Irti. A liii w
hA choice cleotlimTir fliHUtlonlsts iiiil ichool
2UUfiiilllUoii,(llitliiltuti,,ili '"... a, v v
jjisSli UA.NEX 4i 0O.11U Nassau St. N. Y.
SOLDI! US OF THE WAB
fflLO B. STEYERS & CO.,
imtn of poMioo allows onljU eialmi pmeBtM
AddreBi with itamp,
H11A B. iTEVENS A CO.,
- mi .
Cleveland, Ohio, or Chicago, iiiidqw;.
Mildest ever known, cura
iC'lV ..iVT MA AR A D SEAStS.
' - ,,r i n . .ur oil inne
3.5r NESS, indication ana
ifj FEVERS- Thes9
fi.ll.su a 12.00
Tone un he system ad restore hnaltli to
those suffering frrni general debility and
ncrvousnesst ouiu uy .in utuieisisi
QS Coxita i3or Box,
1.2:1 i a
In Powder Form,
uXbZnZ r,o CENTS A PACKAGE.
rnr. O'lr' AcontsmnVolt. Netr
(Is. ( OK. YONflK fcOn.,81. LQMK.tio.
ii.inUm. I us. CalH onus Irxo.
i (ir. .it NVialt-rn Gull Works. HtuUiir.Mfc
nt Unmi. Siinmlcs worth fiS
! W iZUm AU'ilmSriNiioNkOtt.l'oiUajXMtt bepL 18, 187i
DR. W. ROSS WRITES:
Seroitln, Liver Complaint, IJrp-
tla, lihemnittlmii, Haftitf.
hiavibv'nii'rm'tUinum(l(lfi'for 25 ypnn, an1 to
MtvfMWh H-wA-wM. aim nil .tuw or
i f......il llu n.itiril 1 h:ivi, Mul'l I1.' it. I I NB l"l
Kivtn yari, nml liiivo m-vm liiiil oim lio'Ilo ivlimi.'il.
1 n nu hi iiMi lii rocoiuiiiru" ii v. ." . . V
DuriilM. JIM. W. UUSS. I'r.iiiitist.
SYWPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appetite, Bowels eoHUVo, r.ui
the Head, with adull sensation in the baelc ,
part. Pain un-ier the shouldoi- blade, lull
ness etter tatinit. with a l:1Dol.,nS nf
exoi tion of body or mind. Irritability or
temper. Lo t spirits, nin iii;
iu ueglectea lorao duty. Weariness, ui
rines87 i'luttorniK at the new. "oU f-
iora the eyes. Yellow onin,
genemlly over the riRht rye. BostlesBnoss
with lltlul dreams, highly colored Urine a
pfi mnrrlnlly lplril to nrli rnojo.
nlngle lom IIW-K curli i i'liaiit or feel"
Inn s iilonlll tli NiidVi'i-r.
Sill.ll EKiaWUEUK, l'HIl'K 25 CENTS
Office. 35 Blnrrar direct. New lorlc.
Small ortraro. " tn'nnt" (R lnohf. 11
pur l.outi: wmplo lox bj nwll.KOc. ; acenU
anUl. i. 11. AUl'BUO, 246 tltb av., N. V.
pwV .ntAii r.,r f iiwir TJf. o' Jim -a llrotlieni.
Abt'i Tllltll l lN'll NEW BOOK. Uwulyii
W. b. li
KILMNU NEW BOOK. Umukm
JllVAA.l'uU., 02 N. 4ui St., 8U LoiUii, Mo-
t.hat. lipfcire a room full of invited coin
pany has got no feelin', ana it's leenn
that tells in the long run.'.'
Mark Twain was accused ol bringing
a plague upon his country when ho in
vented tho horse-car poetry.
A 1,1,,.. fHn-alln fur II Hlx-eeilt fill P.
A pink trip-slip for an el?ht cent faro,
be sent forward.
-Judf,'e John F. Wheeler, editor of the
Fort Smith (Ark.) Independent, died on the
liith, aged 72 years, lie was connected with
the Fort Smith press for over thirty years,
and served a term of four years each as
County Judge and State Senator.
The Texas Court of Appeals, in a de-
otn U . wrihlfl thinsr to tret running cision affirming the conMiiuuonamy oi me
... ' u i, Rut ihnr. flows bell-nuneh law, says: " The tax in ques
oH ,l.'iln it. m-minies the tion is a tax upon the business of a retail
mind it does' not torture the brain. The dealer In spirituous, vinous or malt liquors.
iii. n7.1n turns black hair Cray, and not a tax upon the property occupied
i, ii..Wo m..n pnws and sano men in such business. "
inn.tli.ji. It is. however, tho bond of -Deputy Sheriff W. L. Brown, of
a.wthn.tliimla the neonle of this County, Ky., while attempting
i . J . . .1 1 a win, tu I .TnmA. Pnff..1l
city close togeincr, nnu ui muu m
si.cn to stand upon the corner of a street
near the coals that the pieces will tie
heated through when both sides are
browned. If tho slightest point is
blackened or charred, scrape it off, or it
will spoil the flavor of the whole. If
covered with an earthen bowl.it will
keep both warm and moist. A clean
towel or napkin will answer if it is to
go at onco to the table. Hut nobody
can make good toast out ol poor ureau.
Stale bread may bo used for milk toast,
sour bread may be improved by
toasting it through; heavy bread
makes Door toast. Sweet, lierht bread.
only a day old, or less, makes the best
The luter-Oceanlc Canal Scheme.
. li rr.i, with .(.Dip, tl,. P.. A.
UFfc. A. W. C.n. M. U. ,4 4lliur vl ni... t icc,.,j ,
mm Uni, AMR 1 I. . 1
XcV.!amS ir.K,r,h-l,. ITWiVSlVIYill'll
One Package in Powder Form
in... UiiirrW. W ftTrW all
James Coffey on a warrant, for carrying con
cealed weapons, was shot by him with a
baby whose photograph she desired
taken. The necessary arrangements
were made, the little cherub was prop
ped up in a chair in the best possible po
sition, and the artiit was proceeding to
adjust his camera, when tho mother ex
cused herself for a moment. The mo
ment grew to minutes, and the minutes
to hours. In short, tho mother did not
como back, and the artist finds himself
with a ready-made baby on his hands,
whoso name and origin aro unknown to
A Tauis correspondent writes that at
the Theater Lynquo the piece which
they are at present playing, Le Beau
Solignac," contains an effect which
creates a tremendous sensation. Tho
" heroine gets too near an open grate and
the train of her dress catches fire. Of
course she is in imminent danger of
Vnminr tn .1 until when tho OimorLlltlO
.'Ml .V ...... , I 1
hero rushes in and saves hor. Numbers
of women faint each nieht, who would
not if they knew that all the dress but
tho lace trimmings is'stccped in a chem
ical solution which makes it fire-proof.
Chinese who come into contact with
Europeans and Americans in the treaty
ports of their own empire are becoming
more and more favorably disposed to
tho medical and surgical science of the
west. Indeed they sometimes imagine
that its power ar.I resources are mirac
11l.m11 and nracticallv limitless. In a
Shanghai journal the Tokio Times reads
of a woman who had the misfortune to
loose one of her limbs, but had pre
QBirod the bone. Sho had recovered
from her injury when the fame of the
western surgeon reached her. One
tmirnlnof she presented herself at tho
h-miU-i! briporinc with her the bone,
carefully wrapped up, and desired that
the doctor would fix it in its original
r.aii,.. BTtnressinsr her belief that ho
able to restore it to useful
membership. This was a work beyom
all professional skill; but the poor
woman was not a little surprised ami
rnr muTKonn has a Mr. Goodwin
who believes that legislators ought not
1. ,i..ii.lh.nda on the railroads. He is
stockholder in tho New Haven Kail
iv..ifl n l us such has applied for an lu
- junction retraining the officers from
isMiitir free passes to members of Iho
pn.Hln-ow his hat in the air and shout musket, four bullets taking effect and nv
w .nom iwnnn who nasses that Meting mortnl wounds
..,.ifL. in tl, wild halloo, for the v A quarrel occurred on the 8th between
know he has got 13-14-15 -Toledo two lads, Newton Shannon, aged fourteen,
" k b and Joseph" McCreight, aged sixteen, em-
' ployed In two adjacent biisines houses in
Conclusion Of Negotiations with tlie Shelby ville, Iy., In which the latter was shot
XJtes, I by the former and died a few days after
ward irom UlS wounu. n was jiruvcu ui-iuio
TN0P8I8 OF THE NEW AGREEMENT.
WASiUNC.TOy, March 6, 1SS0.
Negotiations with the I'tes wre concluded
to-duv. The formal nirrecnimt provides in
the Hist pinnifiiipli on the part of tho Indians
that thw will procure tho surrender of those
of their tuition implicated in tlie murder til
Atrent Meek.fr Hiid liiH employees, una, in ciwo
tlicv do not wueceeil in upprelienilliilt tlie pur
ties, they will faithfully uld uny olllcers of the
Llilteu ISMte (lliecteu to ihiikc um iui-.
I'na second puriiifriipn cedes to inei'iiiieu
Slates all the territory of tlie present l te
Henei-viitinn In Colorado, onr qtmrter section
UM acres) of tutriutilturnl lanu aim aiiKenuiiu-
tltyofKrazinKlundtOfHc.il head of a tainliy,
aim one-milt tins quantity to eiien uiicn-i-H.m
lu.inir ..t niinrt for the settlement of the
IiuIlaiiH. The .Southern I'tes apinc to settle
n lion unoccupied aitrienltural hinds on tne i.tt
l'lata lliver, Colorado, and New Mexico,
or In that vicinity; the Uiv oinpiili(trcs bo to
t.iaiui itiver, near tne moutntu Hiet.iuiiii.ion,
Colorado; the White Klver l'ti'8 will take up
Minis on the Cintali K-servntlon, Ltan. ine
Indians are to select their own ullotincnts of
lands in these locutions. Provision is made
for roads and IiIkIiwrvs. This agreement Is
entered into bv the I'ie Chiefs, who promise
tooimun tuo consent oi tnetr peojiie to iim
cession of their reservntinn upon the follow-
lint expressed eoniiiiions:
first The tiovcrniiient to survey and pat
ent to tlielnitians in seveinlty the lands re
served for them, kIvihk a fee-simple title to
each Indian so soon as the necessary laws are
passed oy Coiikii'ss; this title to remain lu
ulienalile and the lands not tunable for twen-ty-Pve
Strnn'il That, so soon as the consent of the
cevertil I ril ics of tho I to Nation shall
hsvo been obtained to tins apree
metit, the annuiiiea heretofore provided
for )v t'onirivss, amouiitiiiK at this time to
flUl.Oim, will be paid to the lnilians lu cash. slid
as iniieh more will be added as CDnn'.-sphiill
appropriate. This nnnuity Is to lie paid in
cash at thu ixquest of ihe Indians, the Presi
dent havinj tho discretion to pay it li. cash
or stixk.wanoiis.ftii J iivriciiltui'iil implements,
He. The latter are to be furnished sullicient
for their reusonsble wants; also such aw
and Rtist mills as may bo neoesnary
to enable them to commence fnj-minK oper
ation us soon as tlMiir settlement Is eneeied.
A cominission will be apiointed to superin
tenirilieirsettlenient, and to attend to car-i-vin
out this iiKreeiiient ; and the incney ap-
Iiroprialed bv Congress for thin pnose shall
le apixiiiioii'ed as follows: One-third to those
who settle on the l.a riaia itiver; one-nun iu
those on the Grand River; and one-slith to
those etiini: to the rintah Reservation.
TH.rl In addition, as pay for their lands,
the I'tes are to receive an annuity of $.V.cu0j
to lie distributed amonR them per capita, and
their present annuity of fil.OOO is to be con
tinued. 'The tipiort of the I'tes until they
cun become sell supporting, and the educa
tion ot their childuu, is provided lor.
the Jury that McCreight had first drawn a
knife upon Shannon, and the shooting was
declared to have been Justifiable.
Henry Simons, a .farmer, living in Mo
Crackcn County, Ky., on the Mb. shot and
killed Alf. .Hudson, who had Just returned
from the Penitentiary, having been pardoned
by Gov. Blackburn after serving three of
fifteen years for incest. The difficulty waa
about a land title.
At Valley Station, twelve miles from
Louisville, Ky., on the Ellzahethtown nd
Paducah Railroad, on the 11th, a shooting
affray occurred between George M. Alsop
and Hobert E. Kennedy, in which the latter
was fatally wounded. Alsop was arrested.
rress-Censorship in ltussia.
A resident of St. Petersburg writes
the following letter to the London
Timt : " In tho copies of tho Times
of Tuesday, February 3, distributed
here to-day, 'La Censure' ,.has
treated them as follows: The whole
sheet containing pages three and
four is cut out. The last two columns
of page five are cut out, and in column
four of the same page all after 4 Bul
garia1 has been blacked out. Tho last
two columns oi page nine are cut cut.
The blacking out is done so that I
scraped from off the eighteen square
inches so blacked enough of blacklead
mixed with grease to fill an egg
spoon. You may imagine the state
of tho rest of the text which comes
in contact with other parts of the
paper as well as of the hands of the
!and IFfffisento.o. n.injwnBrr. yiui..
Kami Detail. Frlee-IWrw. OoikIs Biiin-
aRIEitwKi. ti.aaTHM57"watMiiav.chii.a, -ffm fn Reduce Your Doctors' Bills.
Artificial Limbs of all
kinds, LOW PRICES.
Ikxiki sent Jim. Write to W. O. LE HOY. VhUagu. iu.
AMK.KI'TA A A Iflf OJIIM 4 l.Tnir til..- wttli .smf.i. miilerinic vrryiiim,'. 1 . ii-
ZA All the LTWrA V-STrentoii. . J. j,,,,,,.,) ,i,it ut i.l.ysl. i.ns lu K.i-t li,, Isit lie
-C3ft.lMPBovrMKNis.Wr f 1 Send foT Paniphle. , ,.,. ,., i nwr l.,t ..(. r h r ,
86 Uiibmen St, East Howon, Mass., )
CJit, HO, IS III. (
UH. H. V- STKTKNH!
Iimr Mr My little nauwiinr sicnn "-- ;'"i"i'"-i
ierr i nn! rinyrv o KAUMs.city,
VSt LUM,1 IvlUjltl i'l.mcl. and VUI Ko
,iiirtv 1- nr n:Liilt-ll.ul uni ,'i'Ml IWlLUMLHn II L. s.
HuiiH'ii Pewer Asminall"ti liol N Sth S,., St. 1j,,i'.,Mo.
AT SIX PERCENT.
an'ordinw In tne i n'rinms, m il n witi-mi niin
Mmkl 'rs tliue tn - li" Ui clilld hail lininl l
Ul mid niniiKth. 8iie Is now k'aiimm' 'ry Hay.
aiiil I c;m cl,-j(iilli racuinuit-uJ your iuiub ly to be tlie
best we uave ,'i 1 1 n u.
A MESSAGE FROM TnE PIlESinENT.
To the Snaie: I tranmnit herewith tlie re"
port of the hccrctaiTof Stato and accompany
liur miners in resnonno to a resolution udoiit'
ed by the Senate tho 11th of Felirnary hint, re
questing copies ol ail corrcxpouacnce no
tween thl (iovernment and anv loreiun (iov-
eminent since February, IHtl'.i, rcKiicctintr a
ship canal across the Intimitis between North
America and South America, together with
copies of any projected treaties i epcetj- tha
same which the Department of State may
have proposed or submitted since that date to
any foreign power or its diplomatic rpiO'
In further compliance with the resolution of
the Senate, I deem it proper to state briefly my
opinion as to the policy of the United States
witn respect to tne construction oi uu mree
oceanic canal 1it anv route across the Ameri
can Isthmus. The policy of this country is a
canal under American control. Tlie Uniled
States can not consent to surrender t Ills con
trol to any Kuropean power or to any coin
hinuti.in nf Knmnnun nnwer. In view Of 6X'
lhtln-f treaties between the United States and
other nations, for If the rights of sovereignty
or nronertv of other nations stand in
the way of this policy contingency
which is not apprehended suitable steps
should be tnVen bv lust and liberal
negotiations to promote and establish an
American policy on this subject consistently
with the rights of nations to be affected by it.
The capital invested by corporations or citi
Eens of other countries in such an enterprise
must, in a great degree, look for protection to
one or more of the Great Powers of tho world.
No European Power can intervene for such
protection without adopting mcasur on this
continent which the United States would
deem wholly inadmissible. If the protection of
the United States is relied npon. the United
States must exercise such control as will ena
ble this country to protect its national
interest and maintain the rights of
those Whose private capital Is embarked
In the work. An tnter-oceanio cnnal
across the American Isthmus will essentially
change the geographical relations between
tU" Atlantio and Pacific coasts of flie United
States, and between the United States and the
rest of the world. It will be the great ocean
thoroughfare between our Atlantic and Paciflo
shores, and virtually a part of the coast line
of the United States. Our merely commercial
Interest in it is greater than that of all other
mnniHiu while. ta relations to our power
and prosperity as a nation, to our ukiuiiu
defense, our nnltv, peaco and safety,
are matters of paramount consideration
to the people ol the United States.
So other great power wouia, un
.1.,. in.iiai. xln.iimKtn.necg. fall to assert
rightful control over a work so closely and
vitally affecting" its interests and welfare.
W ithout urging turtner grounds oi i iy opin
ion, I repeat, in conclusion, that it is tne
riirnt anil nntv oi tne uiun-u .-.imo ... -
nn.l maintain mieh suncrvision and Rn
thority over any inter-oceanic cnnal across
the Isthmus that connects norm anu omu
imrirn ! ii Timtert our national inter
ests. This I am quite sure ill be found not
nnlveomnnrililnwith. but promotive of, the
widest and most permanent advantage to
commerce and civilization.
(Signed) Kctherforp B. Hat IS.
Executive if ansion, March 8. 1SS0.
Tlie Home anil
In ItUeitarn. Sixty en-
.rruviniM. ftitniilete exti an
attons of camm, symptoms "il trentiiH'et, tallica ot
itiHcs, etc. nil In plait lanm"e: saves many times Its
cost AOI'N'rS W AN I'KI). l'rlee jrn'ts. Adiln
W. K. HYUK :o.,01 Wusiilngion St. ehlcaia
II. R. STEVENS, lioston, Mass.
G RcoJo! P ekcSt Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists
Ague, anil ore iiseiui ". ."",, f
disesses to cull" a ire" "BVV. .11 Mali
the Hi.wels. Tlie best 'i''-.f' 11U"
riul rotson. Price, SMceuU alio. '
Hrer'. Kaf '',JSS
r'lta. anil is the twat u-mnly lor Mervoiia ;S
iVluon ufciiglit on by e've 1 linking,
over work, n'ental sboi't-s. and .01"""
11 H'liryi " ..- l " "
diseases ana is
The best of all
liullles of twoslw-s
prices, 50 eU. ana
Rrmr4llrs arc U ht
H.H.Warner 4 Co,
KOCHESTEB, H. T.
(TJSf nd for ptrophUt m4
ff (7ft A WKFK H2 a dny st home easily mado.
J) i i fostly outlll line. Addr's 'linn kCo. AUCUSU. Mb.
Jenl nlllt ili'i hii" I
WHEN WIuTINO TO ADVEKTISKBS,
pleasa ay yu mv the Advertisement In
this paper. Advertisers like to know
whn and where their AdvertlaeineuU
re paying best.
liesl ln doing a General Commission business In LAK'll
DUANflllKS.we Bnysnil Slell tJinlil III l.lSltl-
ba lots and upward ; also. Pius and l-tni many oiiaiiu
tha diKlred. Ooirespomleiice and liliinenl solicited.
LAJISO.V KUUS., 11 Salle St. Chicago.
Mailed Fren for 85 Cta.
o.not wii 1 1 i t 'sy
Mit(.D wl,orHfjp,Hf. Mmp l.lud
TICIIHKNT. Mny un, in.Hmlior bnnir.
Prav.nij, riiliMtlni mnA l,linff.
genii lor li,ilM,wllt! wllt
am, i rwHiwii v J mf!" r " W?Hf
jKAfcantJJ.-i m mT- -
Wiciio" BUTTER COLOR
It OItss Batter ths Itl-t-'Jlf',!1 I!
tlonIPIplomt l.i'inry I !r-
who o,H. wn-re io -n
j mi.- i ... u...v Di.HHMMnninil Its 1
r rounfi. 1 no mum pbitoi .. u ----.- j-,-
CT. linsil by silt lie bent t rcamenei. r"r:""'"r;
Af;fr:.liTN I ... aT vnili I .nil.
Wtvri i' l 5, Newton'i Safety Lamp
Factory and Offics. Binghamton, W. Y.
..... ,..i.i,..,.iii(.irlt.-orwr tetoaK wimmnw".
w.i. biMiotnynif 1 ra. Imnrlrtf. BuHlart", V
lit. " ''';'.""ZL4.u - ........ mmmrrmt' I I W
A child being asked what wero the
three great feasts of the Jews, promptly
and -not unnaturally replied : " Break
fast, dinner, and supper." .
It shocks one's faith in human nature
to be accosted on the street after night
with : " If vou blees, gif me a few ben
nies. I was a Irish suffererninn, '
i n-tTaio ttr i vrrrm I
AUlllll 10 11 illl 1 i-il ImtmtwJ, nd onl,
tompltts and witbentio history of the ureal tour of
fl riBvm, h linvsi l' lures. Knre Curio-Itles. Wealth and
Wonders ot the Indies, fhh a, Japan, etc A million peo
ple want It This li tlie best chanoe of your lite Ui mk
nioner. iieware oi "raitrii-iiruii huiwh..". w
tor circulars and extra terms tn Asenu. Addreti
NiTioNiL Psausmka on. 51- lals. Ms.
tjnfrr. ni?.Ci&k t
-a. iot r:y i 1 tn a-m mm
With lmt Shells and Ixsdi.
Implements Sent by express in I
r.. . il S.M11I ii ami, for sn '
nw llluMVI lTtre list of tillilS.
ionis. etivllilHf ll KISMKIt,
NICHOLS, SHEPARD fc CO)
ORIGINAL AND ONLY OXNUINM
Threshing Machinery and Portable and Traction Engines.
Tb, SU.ii.rl ( SmllMn lbnvlHt Um Grala Ulda( "
I.KSH S rl-Silf, TIM-Mtui, rtntm in II
d Thoniulll Hrrk. .
iuirAnm k i 9my f ii-rfi. ""1,f,,
r y p. i.rr-.n . -- .
. . i -.h.lf Uw sm u Wits. J I
ASTOMSHI5i(il.T DI SAIILS ! wKn, .Ilk .prl.1 f...r-. n-WIItyJ -
IW Sl.es .f S,P.r...rwfr SI. ( ""Z, , ?rm b, IM. b-. wlUsmt shsaft Of aaffM,
fAITIOSt Tb. W.flfrh,l Sw. sS '"J'.X .SII T,Cy L-
VlbrsIM" as-bhisn b.. Srt.r. omer sishs to ' lb"; 1 i-fS7"4 -ATtTI ... i fTT 1...1 isri
mm. .irtoas ' sen lr.p,lt to """." r-
I tsfSrlw sad sier-l Isillsllsss mt sr fi-issi
BE NOT DECEIVED
rsMk sitil wibl siifM"'". If y Wy
WR RU WRTim.tRS nil f w IWlrs, r writs to
SB jr Illsslrslss ClrrsUn, whlfb mt sisll 0s. SMrsss
NIOHOLS, SHEPARD & 00.,
Rank CrMtk Bit.
Sr. fit ll tM'.r. tb.. b. I" "J".;" "I '"2
V.,rtTil,b Inl .liclii. lur ml !.,.. . ibt. '
ii'rn T W. U,. ...in .1 f...l. " ?
!........ i. k. .h. las If .M.l:ntl.nttMl.l" H. lS
. r .l T3 T. , ... .... n .h i fcMt in.Hwtti
S." W.U. Th.I7... .tl" liUfl UH....J.
nnrt f.t rM . ! -m- ' I-"11 "
. i- i . s.m. n t fu. Ib.
. li?r;..T: -r i H-. 1. 0. D...., U A , 8-1
J Jrt... ti m.lflll.lUllWl"l
X. K. Bl-r'XC5b-KH.A.I30 , CO-,
Flthsr Hot I'.WiMMnftoB lltT.Tt, O.er lndlsssnolls IM
nercc's Gohlen MeUictl D.vvery cure. .11 fL5ll,,lJ
!,uilli lnR si.il Inr'V.rl'fLs'notenev In enrln-f Tetter, Bash. Balls, .
It Is said that four million parkwres of Frr
ser's Axle Ureas were sold in lSi'J; and we
Tor sore throat, partfe with Piso's Cure,
mixed with a little water. Relief is instant.
TOLBrarS COaLTOITSD OT
PTJEE COD LIVES
OIL AND LIHE.
Vrnnito'i RrssiA SvlvR hss cennlne mer-
Jt, a all ho use it will tosttlv. rrlo 30c 1 kt au omgitlsti.
Tm 4, tie All.-Are ynn snnenm inn
A "Is. Hroncii.tif. .... "'' "
; jm' n-insry tnsililes Out s.. ..tten sno ra
Ate r,d sam remedy. TI IO-noiiiijM-k pp pirsttoiv hm
t, W'ul .riy prtrrtld by "h. '".i.11?
f Jsrtur'd nni) by A. U. t luroa. Ciieuilst. Uatoa SsmS
Beck, ami vM. ,.Mow eolor of skin, or vellowiih-brown spots
If yon te'''w;&.r 1 "'7 bilges.. hZl tis l "ith, Inismal hest or chills
alcliral Utocovery liss: ..o e,. .ai. -J - ,.,, ,d rly (URf of Coa.
In the cure ol l s-hUI-, J'' MUytlc proaounc it Ibt
amplloa. t nw ' "nij hi .iru.ii.ta.
fakiiui msuics uipww.j ' i -
Konte Of UklllEt
relieu iLHUo fill
. i h isrs-e. nmilslva. nauseous rills. The
-.- uk i-m.1 w iari. tltaai snisstarsl
mi i rucw i..--- ' -
3 Atrium eatlrely ecetable. ao partleulsr esra Is rtoulrad
A nJ !?--!.
. ... a ... . . i.mM.m.
iisu-ks. fata tat
Tb,-U,U(toii -v"- - -r tut,,,, iHlrraal t ver. iwr
w. . iusihi Bash af Blaa4 la Meaa. taas Ut. YUtx s rieaai i ara.s.,. .
Sii" aroMisia, sjujoik. DlaTtSSiBI UPlCiL ASSOCUTIOS, rrtf'is, BH1, X. X, '