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rir IwlllnUt ami for fun.
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It noftot woril for yon. .
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In answr-r to hip no tnte;
Bui yon know rlidit well I always keep
My "weetrst noun" for yon.
AM"! kl I for tli Wft red MM.
Arl nnrfer Iti violM bine!
Kill tmlin li' ro at the ronton gate,
- I II kcp ono bacs for you.
A t luh I ilijh ! for my pile white row,
1 hat the chilling nlalit wlr.it slew I
lint I anwrrym when the lilies My.
I ani fttxlitliK nnwt for yon !
A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION.
Bursting of the Gasometer at the Cincinnati
Cincinnati. May 21.-At a few niinutea
pant I '2 o'clock to-day, our citiwn were
atnrtlpd w ith a dull, rumbling explosion,
accompanied I J a trembling of the earth,
and all thp pheuon ena of an pnrthqnake.
The nound enmo from the aonthweitt part
of the citv. Dense Tolunieaof Hinoke aroee
iu Unit rjiiurler. The fire-belU were rung,
and the engine came nut, but the r rx-r-vieeA
wure not required. The gaaoninter
if the vily nan-worka had exploded with
atnutilnp report. The Luge irn bolder,
one hundred nnd thirty feet In diaaieterand
fortv-two feet in height, with a capacity
for Lalf a million cubic feet of ga, wa
torn In pieces, and tumbled in a confused
man, into the cistern. What the caue
w no one can tell. The explosion com
' wenced on the north aide, ueat to Front
atreet. Ten or twelve workmen who bad
been eiigngcd in painting the holder had
jnit descended, and at the tiino were alnnd
mg by the engine boilie, but mirnculoua
ly escaped with their lives, and without ae
rions ininrv. One man. 1'nt McKinzie, an
employe of the gna company, waa on top
the column, on a level wnn, anu penny
touching the ton of the gasometer. Ho
waa not blown off by the explosion, though
his clothes were all burned off. and his en
tire body waa crisped ao aa to causa his
death in three hours.
liii k and Tnt Shendnu were driving bun
ber carta near the aceue. nnd they and
their horsea were severely bnrned. These
men will recover, but the horsea will prob
A man mimed Climles Ki'lli-v. walking
by on the opposito side of tho street, was
Kolingo on treea four hundred feet dis
tant waa scorched. The aeighboring hold
em were injured by the concussion, one
linilly as to leak a lnre amount ol giis.
The buihlniBs near were ai'orchcd, but,
cept atarting the roof of one, no ther
damage was done. The report waa heard
at a great distance. The loss to tho gas
'nmNtny will be $7."i.lHl. ltumnrs
afloat that niuch more injury has been suf
fered. None of the huge iron columns
were blown down, but the massive capitals
of some of tueui were torn off.
Cini innati, Muv 2.1. All the (oreuoou
' yesterday 111 men bud been working on
top of the holder, and on the columns.
tarring and painting the vaat surface
iron lieiow tiiem. tin the ground, wit
abont '20 feet of the holder, a big tire
burning, and iu a cauldron over that
tar waa boibug,
At uoon the big bell mug, ami 1.1 men
sbirted to go to dinner. Kiuce early morn
ing the holder had risen a considerable
distance, and it had become ho dilllcult
reach the top of the luddur, that one of
men, l'utriek Mekenzie, of luvgeand heavy
flume, fearing to swing himself down toll,
concluded to Biid for bin dinuer, and re
main on the holder nutil it should aiuk
the top of the bidder. Tlmt decision cost
him his life. Hewn silting in the shade
of an angle, on one i.l the pillars
on the aoulh, wuiting to pull up
dinner, when suddenly he wuh deaf
ened, blinded, and overwhelmed, at
innuendo holder rilHhed up aeveml feet
above his head, lie had seuted himself
there, a Htroug, healthy mun, couiioitably
clothed, aud thinking only of his dinner.
In an mutant, iu lh midt of fire, and
nmoKe, iin.i iiiuiuier, lie reennoa there
naked man, stripped of every patch
clothing, save some ntga that clung to
ankles From bis chin to his toes he
nothing but a uiuut of burned aud bh cdiug
W hen the tuns of the bolder thundered
back down into the deep water of the tank,
the bursting out of Humes from a cauldron
of tar produced a terrible panic, among the
thousands of spectators. It waa a pjiuio
atricken crowd, terrible iu its fear. The
weaker men gasped for air in the crush,
aud aouie of tiiem fell to the ground. Hoys
were trampled into the gutter. Home
stumbled over the hose, aud were unable
to rise again until they had lelt niany
' cruel heel. Several women had the aaine
desperate experience. It was a struggle
escape tire or concussion, all thought, aud
ao they tied without reason.
A yonng man uuincd Albert Warren bad
his left arm broken. . A lad named John
Mallou had the call of one of his legs mu
tilated in a allocking manner. A woman,
Mrs. Krider, living near by, and strangely
out of place there ii'iloss, aa waa stated,
she Haw one of her children waa ao vio
lently jostled aud trampled upon that
niiecarrittge very soon resulted to bur. Jns.
Harper, a large, strong man, had two of the
nngura of his left bund brokeu. Varioua
other Occidents occurred.
bo turascjui be learned, the only sufferer
aa to property by this affair is the gas com
pany, whose loss is about U0,UOO,
which there is no insurance.
By the force of the concussion, the roof
of cool house No. 4, south of the holder,
corrugated .iron rooting, waa lilted and
twisted. CousiderabU datnago waa done
to holder No 6 the new one on the north
aide recently finished. Thia ia a telescopio
bolder, of the aiune capaeity aa No.
and 3. liy the concussion it waa thrown
up, anu aroppea lusucn a maimer aa
break the chain of four weight of 2,000
pounds each contained within four of the
iron columns. The heavy mass of iron,
tailing within the hollow' columns to the
ground, shattered the atone basea and
one instance broke out a big half section
the inch iron of the column.
Holder No. 4 waa lifted out of line, but
waa righted ao aa to be of service lost even
ing. The explosion ia not aecounted for by
any even the best informed gaa manufac
turers. Your correspondent waa informed
lost night that when it occurred there waa
-co ore in the cauldron, and that no gaa
bad been let into the holder tor aix boura.
Hue theory ia that of great expansion of
the gaa by aolur beat on the holder, the
conaequent bursting of the roof, and the
flame, which waa communicated to the
escaping contents from the stack of the
Ulobe rolling mills. The idea waa quite
generally presented tbnt there ia no dun
gcr of an explosion to a bolder. In Octo
ber, 1865, a gasometer of the London Uaa
Company' works at Nine Elms, iluttorsoa
road, exploded, lulling ten men. It was
twice the size of this. Not long since there
waa a similar exploujon at Chicago. Both
these explosion! wero accounted for by
the fire communicating from the governor
in the first instance. How thia ever oc
curred, no one aeema to know. The otH
cera and employee of the work seem
mizzled, and cannot solve the mystery.
Tu theory attove given aeema plausible.
J be exnloHion could not occur until the
glut had become mixed with atmospheric
air, and it doe not seem likely tlmt that
coniu occur except in the way mentioned.
U. J. Miller, l'reuidant of the Company,
waa in Chicago to-day. He waa telegraphed
to immediately, and returned word that no
expeiiae should be (pared in repairing the
4auiaga and caring for the wounded. He
njoiued particularly that the city a,up
ply of ga ahould ba furnished a usual.
Ila will ratnrn to-morrow.
. McKeruie died at 6 p. m.
A MODEL DETECTIVE.
in His Own Trap.
(From Um Buffalo Commercial A.lvcrllcr, o.
Wa have often rend of tlit niarvelnns ex
ploits performed, nnd the nlmost nnpcihri
nmn cunning and aoumn displayed by
Hutl truly remarkable l'rencli detective
v'ldocci, and had nettled it lu onr own
mind IhM we should "ncvi-r look upon hid
like again; hut a recent li nt or c-ne of onr
Niagara frontier detectives, r,rovs tbnt we
were mistaken, ami that me r.nve nun in
onr verv midst, nil nloiig, unbeknown to
anybody, an officer upon whom Hip mantle,
of that" great Frenchman might worthily
It seem, from particulars which came to
our knowledge yesterday, that this N. F.
P., whose naino nn he is a very modest
man n,.l il.voa ntt lib In llRVA I.1H lloitlln
i.i. n. .,.. i, it,. .,r... wa omit. A
day or two ago, he conceived the brilliant
idea of having a raid mnile upon ono oi
onr banks, the vault bioken open, the safe
blown np, and the inoiii v carried oh. In
pursuauce of this Hellenic, he bad an in-1
terview with three sports or the city, to
...i i,...i.n rnv..l,.,l and the tiro-
position made: thai thev hlionld do the
work ; that he ahonld "detect" them after-i
wards; that the bank should be made to
i. l. ...k nr." In i,,ul.l oml i, n nf B return of
the money atolen; tlmt the robhore were to
ahare In the proceeds, and that they should
tA iiftereil to escAIlp nilllishlm'lll.
mi . ...... 1 11. ill....
I liu I'mii.n ... .1.. .,..-....
add. Lliinr- It for granted that they were
to lie Tictimlert, s rs' tlionplit tliey
..i.i ..;., ii. .i..iooHv.i n iinil.lo'iiii. the,
remembrance of which should ab.de with
i... i..j...,u. r 1,1, ,.i.,r.,l l.fA-
bnt it was finally determined to seemingly
bitu at the bait, nnd in the end make him
It w aettled that tin robbery should
it. -,r. Tm..i.r 1....I.I nl.nnt
.1 ""-. " ' T : T
oclock, anil eanv tn tue t tiinng tne mree
us- t.?...t . -ii,t , eonuiiriintr aa
..1 ... n. l.u ,lnlul, if. Hll.l 1.II11.1..I 111
they Informed him, a complete act of tools
for viackina" nil sorts of "cribs." This;
box they dssired him la fake care of,
should anv of thp other orhcru uua it in
iu..;. a,iu..i..ii.i. u'oiii.t i, a e
Aiio.l Af.. Divinu them ft dollar to buy
'i .......... .i.,i.,.,i,., u .a loft to I.i m.
...ii ...,t ii..' ir,n .n,,..,l,l li invest the!
: r .. . .. .,
do lur jn rpcktnils. j-ussiug up astiing-
ton atreet betwe.n 0 and 10 o'clock,
otlb inl-not a inen.be, of the
nolice force, however, met thelhree fiinny
chape, who told him what wa up. After
. 1 . . i . .. ,i
Soing a aliort distance, ne came ueross inn
eteciive, being on the steps of a bouse nt
the corner of North Division street, with
the box of tools beside hhn, bis mind ap-
parenUf ba absorbed in tho buaineM on
that be did not answer !ntil Mioken
uliAn hrt iii'titril ' ' ihiim
mvtrioug wor U ft.wut the lox, the too.R
'. .. t . ,. I.. :.,
and tne work 10 oe uone, aim r-iijeinra
silence. Leaving him with a promise
return, the oiiieiul went isick to u.o spot
whero hu had lelt Uie men, nnd suer.csteu
to tuetii that they had eiiinei) the joke far
enough, and iicrunndetl them to lake pos
aeasion of the box, which, by the way, con
tained nothing but payiiii; Stonea I Ap
proaching the spot where the qeteutive wa
still reclining, one of them engaged him
conversation, while another aiiccpcded
removing the box witbont bis knowledge.
Cpon discovering that the box was cone,
the detective became considerably excited,
while tu buguH burglar decb.red Unit the
kit it contained wu worth tl'sl, which Hum
must be refunded. Ho actually ga 1,1s
watch to them, aa security, until he should
succeed in recovering the buds, which
promlniid lo do in a short time.
YeaUrday tbu deteetjve culled oil the of
ficial alluded to, and it wa U'.t )!til then
that he was undeceived, and mudu flou
acious of the extent to w hich he bad linen
duped. He was completely diinibtouuded,
unii aigniliod his determimiliun to resign
hia position on tho force. We think that
the Hooiim Uo o no, (he better.
Strange Abduction in Toledo.
The Toledo Illade gives the following ac
ooiinl of a strange etise of nlitluetioii wlii.ii
recently occurred in that city:
"A girl about fourteen )cui of age,
daughter of Mr. J. 11. rTeeln.u, w llJ IJyeH
on F.leveuth street, near liidinlia avenue,
attends school at the convent. Un .Mon
day afternoon last, after returning trout
school, Hhe went from the house it short
distance, the time being nlxait live o'clock,
to look for a pet dog that had gone to
neighbor' yald. While absent Iroiu the
house ahe was aeeohfiul by a well-dressed,
bill, genteel-looking, black-eyed, black
whiskered individual, who asked her if she
could tell him where a Mr. Hamilton
lived. She gave him the information, when
he wild he thought there must be some
mistake about it i bo bad been walking
around the ueighliorhnod indicated, for
some, time, but could Hot lliul tbu bouse,
and asked ber it Hhe would please accom
pany hi ni to the place and show bun the
residence. She consented to do ao, and
after takiug the dog homo returned
where the luuu wusawniting her, and walk
ed with bim Home distauce toward the
, , ., .....
bouse whicl. ahe pointed out to him.
inauKiiig ner poi.te.y n r ner irouuie, lie
hen extended to the girl a Ii tie nosegay
that he bad been uurryliig in his hand, and
begged ber to accept it as a r.. turn lor her
kii.duesM She accepted the tloweia and
put them to her nose
eimtn lltul It..... liua I. .. 1... I...I
a vague recollection of ocenrreucea lor aev
eml boura. Hhe nay that ut one tune she
remembers of walking on the Htrceta in
strango part of the city, with the Maine un
known companion near her, and asked him
to bike her back to ber home: but be
...it . i irf i ' Vr . ; .lU "?
merely gave a 1 tOe chncklinr; hingh, and
completely in his power, and she must
tell bun where ber father kept his money;
if Hhe did not tell, the consequence would
be terrible, both to ber nnd to the family,
lint the poor girl protested that she knew
nothing about her father's money, or where
he kept it Th stranger then said be waa
her father deadly enemy, and be would
yet have further vengeance on biin, this
having been a part ot Ina plans.
"Misa Freeman again became uncon
scious, and har next recollection of event
waa about ten o'clock that night, when, on
awaking from her stupor, ahe wo lying on
. I .1 . 1 . . . , ..
inn uimr steps oi tue resilience ot air, ft.
Upton, some three or four mile from the
city, on the Sylvania road. Her arms wore
fastened nt the wrists, being tightly bound
with a veil tbnt bad been taken from ber
"Ilegaiuing her feet she walked lo the
door and rapped, and Boon succeeded in
arousing the family, when Hhe was admit
ted and told her pitiful Htory. While in
the bouse ahe discovered that a gold
breastpin with coral setting bad been taken
from ber neck, and a plain gold ring from
A un narrating a atreet fight in which
ha had been enguged, Raid: "111 tell you
how it wa. Y'ou see. Hill and me went
down to the whui t lo fish; aud I felt in my
pocket and fonud my knife, nud it wua
gone; and I aaid, Bill, yon stole, my
knife; nnd he aaid I waa another; nnd I
aaid go thero yourself; nnd ho said it wn
no auch thing; and I wiiil ho wuh a liur,
and could whip bim if I waa biggcr'n
him; aud ho Raid he'd rock me to alecp,
mother; and I said he waa a bigger one;
and he said I never had the meaales; and I
aaid for him to fork over that knife, or I'd
Ax him lor a tombstone at Laurel Hill'
and be aaid my grandmother wua uo gen
tleman; and I aaid ho durseu't bike it up;
bnt he did, yon bet; you never well, yon
never did; then I got up again, and ha
tried to, but be didu't; and I urubbed bim
and throwed bim down ou the top of me
like aevural bricks; and I tell you it beat all
and ao did he; and my little dog got be
hind Bill and bit him, and Bill kicked at
the dog and the dog ran, and I ran nfler
the dug to fetch bim back, bud I didn't
oab h him till I got clear home; and I'll
whip bim more yet. Ia my eye very black?"
.-Much damaire ia do le to the crop in
California by heavy rain.
n i t! . ..'aViJ a I , i V Mi y
now ! fhe next the remembered she was
riding In a close covered carriage, alone
with the atmnger who was sitting opposite
w unr. ai iiiui nine nt loiti nt r iimi kim
POLYGAMY. Its Intellectual Effects-A Talk with
one of Brigham Young's Wives.
a 1 of her family, and although her lather dif
nrominont fwed with bun in belief, yet, as a neighbor,
I mind would not work,
i Our meeting wa like the greeting of two
planets whose path happened to almost
Intersect. We neared each other for aino
band, i ment, only to aiparate, each flying from
i tho othpr. nuj ono if not bth !f itol-
Zobehle, the seventieth and favorite wifo
of Httgham Young, has been visiting Wash
ington, and A female correspondent of the
Philadelphia Press had nn interview wltli
her. Mip describes nor as "a pule ainncr
I haired bloudc, tlio classic runt of whoso
j conntennn e might have answered fur eith
! er sculptor or painter, bill she wouldn't bp
: 'drwn out.' Here i n account of the
Though nhe In n rib Dourer bin honrt to-
dny, n womnn with it ruddier cheek may
crowd her asidp to-morrow. Woman, is
she living, breathing, poisoned on tbeedgo
of a frightful precipice? Ych! Hut A wo
mnn with the file of life nmonldering in the
Hhe"- no rollicking flame. A woman w ho
would leave a room colder for having pnss-
ed thronuh it. Conversation darted hither
and thither like Noah a dove, who could
nun uo rest nr i"i"p ...- ....... .-v
watery waste of speech waa alt around lis,
but the Oetitile was afraid and the saint
coldly indifferent. The Uenti e venture,!
to ask ii tne queen waa inn pien-e.i
the tiroarteritv of onr country, anil was it
not astoniithiip;. after such a prolonged citril
war? .... . ...it
Hli "Intdii t been accuslomeil to tiink
milch about tl thing.1
"How does ttah compare with thia part
of the world
"Not ninch difference', the world is just
atuinl ill A Bam A A II AVer. "
- - ... . i !
"I am told it i yery expensive living
aner you leave j niu,
"I never think much about such thing.
"Have yon met Madame tianbigncy, th"
orent French traveler lam told alio nas
a reputation in Luropo next to the late
Madame Tfeifter. Hhe .1 in Washington
rllv' expects to leave aoou iurnr.ii iii
"Yea. BheliRS beeu to see uif two or
it i I..1 Aim.a her
i inter up, um . " .
111111 lllllll'TW 111 W',,,IM t....V'H ..'.M u
man artists. I am told sho dabble iu
. Fearful pause.
"Have you called upon Mrs. Uront?
"No, I never call upon ladiet, but I in
' 1 wouldn't like to tell (Le'iti at home" that
iena to i.ny u.v lYLrccL-. iu um i nu n iiii
hadn't seen 111111."
The (lentlle kindly alluded to the fact
'it.it i. U...1H. ... . m.i .n.iini,
I be wan tlMfltfjil niaiiJ of bis first rev
XI.-. A...An. II.. olAlrlo KtirrAiil rit tliA
, Uie awitu Hi or uunmn Mununinm whpd
ll .n ...a I..I .....i tarn mlifaill nl llm BDMltl
; n ."! .
How Jones Jones Joined The Mormons.
' raiBed uU volcJ P'tifuy lr readmittancc.
; j.,,1 .i. renlv '-We don't wnt unv T ,.tir
! Zr, Sf h Vito ilia ..t
; bim in aliy wV. ThV fuct' 1
A laugbablu slorv 1 floating respecting
the proKclytisin of an old Welshman to tho
: view of hrighnm Voun'. jn a little ham
let distant same' tli'lee 0T four miles froin
! Towyn, whore odp, would frtirly imagine
I that the Rome of the I'ropliet coid lierer
I have reacheil, and 1 ' lah Moiild hHvo beun
trna iicrxjnKri, there live two men both fust
approaching Ike "wire and yellow leaf,"
1 employed in breaking stones nnd doing
' various odd job abont the road. For vori
i ou reasouH, against one of these men
strong suspicions had been entertuiued
' that he was k fe.uu.her of tlut sect Known
a the I.attor-duy-hainis, ami these auspi
j cions have recently received a remarkable
ventication. It appear mat for some tunc
be haa been varying the monotony of his
dnjly labor by the relatiou to hi fellow
work-mai), w,mu wf will cull .lone
those sneniul udvuuuiuoa wbLh 11. i. follow
ers of the I'ropliet are held to possea, and
beguiled the old fellow with the prospect
, of the New Jerusalem iu such golden col
ours that without great dilllculi v, ho sue
Deeded in winning over Jones, hitherto
member ut lli iieihoili-t denomination;
1 the npinioiiH ptofesaed by himself. l i,r-luuuli-ty,
peitnips, fui Juiira, ttie pultuerol
. his joys aud woes ia a strong-minded fe
male, who, fore-BCeing what might result
front the division of afieetiou or the plurality
of wives jonefl udght enjoy jn the
hm ihip of the uiormouM, persistently turned
a deaf ear to the Voice of the charmer,
so that the arrangement subsequent tu the
conversion had to be carried out without
her interference, tine Sunday was lined
, or the immersion, aud it was uiruuged,
order that the ceremony might be carried
nut with as great privacy an posil,l, that
the ueophvle should be knocked np at four
a., m., and then proceed to the Itiver. Ac
cordingly at that unearthly hour of the
morning a timid knock waa heard ut the
front door, which, failing to have the desir-
i ed cfject w as repeated again and again, un-
til Mrs, Jouhs won aroused, and requested
to see who their early visitor was. Join
admitted bia visitor and calling to his wife
to have Home dry linen preimrcd, he left
the house iu company with the follower
the I'ropliet and wended hi way to the
111. i. ...id ,,.-.,, iiiimnru um I'llll. ni
cached the river iust iu time to witue
She quietly followed the pair, and
tu,. iluIllcri,ion. Hlie haaU-ned home,
lmrm, door Bm, oing 11is(lli. Wlli(t.a
' the return of ber husband Gently did the
n(,wy.l,upUHl.a wie the latch, but
tlie door waa aecurely faHteued; and
i became aware of the uunleoaai.t f..ct
... ... ..... . .
that lie was locked out. lie tried the win
dow, but that too waa secured, ho that
nothing was lelt for Mm but to rouse his
Ho knocked again and again; and remem
bering that he wa clad in the most airy
i morning costume, having nothing iu .r
j tieulir P,llt p(,irof Wellington boots.' bt
,,, f,.llow .Iirr0unded bv a n. sv. Z
luetic crowd, who chatted bim to their
I heart's content. It is satisfactory to know
that the Mormon community have recog-
nised the service which be has rendered,
j and have forwarded him hia passage mon
ey to the New Jerusalem. Mrs. June has
not yet recovered the shock which this do
i mestic drama baa giveu ber, ami waa con
fined to her bed tor some duys after thia uu
DaaJNo or CoNJDitoKH. A circumstance
in Hondin'a life shows bow daringly conju
ror will often play with danger depending
on their ready lingers to secure safety. He
bad performed Home startling firearm tricks
before a party of Arabians, making use
conrso, of the ordinary conjuring pistol.
While the rest of the party were expressing
their admiration, a crafty Marabout aaid:
"The stranger I doubtless a strong magi
cian: will be anfter me to hie at him with
my own piHloUV" "Yea," said Hotidin,
unhesitatingly, 'but first I must make in
vocation to those who assist me.' The
next day he met the same party, aud otter
ed a saucer full of bullets to the inspection
of the MaralionL Satisfied that they were
lead - the Arab handed hia pistols to Hoti
din who loaded them, using the Arab
ramrod. Hia own frieuda were in terror.
and even bis wile waa in perplexity w hen
she saw him hand back to the Arab one of
tho loaded pistol. "Now tire! be said.
The Arab did ao, and Homlln was Been
with the bullet between bia teeth. "Hah!
he said, seizing the other pistol, "yon can
not use your own weaponsl See here, lou
have been unable to draw blood from my
Uesh, and I will draw blood from yonder
wan, lie aimed at the wall tired, and im
mediately a stain of blood was seen. The
Marabout went to the wall, and when he
had dipped hia finger in the blood which
wa trickling down, bia awe and amaze
ment were ao great that hi feature assum
ed a ghostly hue. Yet the trick waa simple
enough, two prepared bullet having been
substituted by Hirudin for the leadeu bul
lets be took up from the Rancor. But the
experiment waa new, and Hondin tells us
that he eould scarcely control hia terror, aa
he saw the Marabout drawing the trigger.
- The steamship Ttussia collided with and
sunk the Austrian steamship Viglua, iu New
York, Tuesday. No live lost.
THE JEFFERSON REBELLION.
THE JEFFERSON REBELLION. The Military Support of Law-Metropolitan
Police in Possession-Arrest
of Rebellious Citizens.
New Orleans Republican.
The police force remained on tho divid
ing line ol the two cities at two o'clock yes
terday morning. When Intelligence reached
Governor Warmoth of the troubles Condi-
tion of things; how tho Insurgent .Teffer-
onlftliB had dared the regularly consul
ted nnthotities, repelling the Metropolitan
Police with a murderous volley of nrcarm
from an ambush in the City Hall, he sought
an interview with Hnperintendenl Cain, and
obtained from him a verbal report ot what
Knrly in the morning stray snots were
heard within the mime 01 jenerson Ulty,
and abont tho o clock alarm bell were
ringing, and bold, desperate and defiant
men. armed with muskets, and 11 rem mi In
their red shirts were hastening toward the
market house, prepared for offensive or de-
W linn It became fully known that a por
tion of the inhabitants of onr sister city
were still belligerent. Governor Warmoth
finally failed on General Mower for military
aid to crush the' relwllion, and, of course,
a favorable reply was immediately given.
General Mower dispatched an order lo the
Vnrracki lylow the city fur a battalion of
Infantry and three piece of artillery- two
Gntlin imu and a brasa ten-pounder.
These were Immediately forwarded by the
way of the river to the tipper portion of the
city. The infantry and artillery formed at
the hpail of the Metropolitan In the lower
part of Jefferson City and "march" d ,o Cue
Citv Hill nciir XapiMPon avenue. As they
pitted along, about nine o'clock yesterday
morning, hundreds of men were seen run
ning to ami Iro in the cross streets, but
when the market house was reached few
persou Wi re visible. There were no ma
rauders or riifllan to oppose; no suburban
police, no filing from behind fence and
from windows. The insurgents had van-
t.'aptaln Cain, In coniany with Oovernor
Warmoth, General Mower, and the Metro
politan I'olice CommKiHionerH, visited the
station house, where they found only a
iniler in charge. Taking the key from
bilii, (hey opened l,e piUnn duois and re
leased tlireu ol new Orleans polioeuion.
The infantry stacked arms on the common,
while the Sletmpolitana, under the lead of
Captain Schreibcr, proceeded in squads to
patrol the streets. A few unimportant ar
rests were made of men who seemed in
elinrrl (if huye too much tu aay and to lie
defiant. However, they were not long held
prisoners, being released on parole,
A somewhat curious circumstance la that
none of the bravadoes of the previous
night were known or found. No inquiry
or search ferreted out Mayor Kreider or
his lieutenant, I.ethicque.' During the
ceniii) sovi.riil miiSACij nn,! oilier iii.urms
KiwYet in from odd plurt.
I " . 1
At ten o'clock yesterday morning every.
thing in the town, except in the Immediate
tiriuhborbood of the City Hall, waa quiet,
an usual, people pursuing their daily avoca
fioiis; nor was their liny thnnght tbnt
further disturbance would occur. All evi-
.1...I1,- ,w.. ..,l.,.l 11, a ullnollnn n.,
acknowledged the Metropolitan Police as a
.,1110113 the ninny rumors current during
the xctcii!ciit, un, positively stated that
men had been killed outright, (nit no death
bus occurred. Sergeant Ulnasou I neither
killed or harmed lie win on duty yester
day. The wounded men are nil out of
A man named John Farker, a cripple,
BT,n rjrrested in tho morning aui brought
down here and placed iu the Central Sta
tion charged with murder. He i a crip-
Iile, nnd wa n night watchman np there,
t is said ha is the man who fired the first
Dnriittr the day Mayor Kre'derwca foiind
lulled liV a iriviliii residence', quite Hick.
Ifn was not disturbed ou that account.
Ir. McCuhc, surgeon of Mctrnthilitan Po
lice, was one of the prisoners at the Jeffer
son jail when Cuphiiu Cain opened the
('apt Cain last night relieved the force
tu tteirf-irOT.n, iwtiu und l.M.it on duty a long
time. They were replaced by ni w men
from the several precincts.
A DOUBLE CRIME.
Outrage and Murder-The Dark-Affair
Enveloped in Mystery.
From tlie t'lilettiin HeptiMlran ol Munuay.
The result of a terrible and most myste
rious crime was brought to light on Satur
day hist by the discovery of the murdered
form of n young girl upon a small island
in the river just uoith of the city limit.
It is another "horror" in be addud to tbnt
fearfully long list for which Chicago ia no
torious. The circumstance connected
with the durk iillair are peculiarly appall
ing, as the victim is a beautiful nnd inno
cent young girl, nud it ia probable that a
most brutal outrage prcccilwd the greater
crime that extinguished the viul spark-
The place where the liendish ant waa per
petrated is sn island in the North Branch,
formed by a bayou aeltinrt bock from the
river. The island ia located north of the
city limits, near what is known as "Snow'a
Three young men, named respectively
JoHeph Fn atuaii, George I'll if. r and Joi n.
Liidilhody, were passing by the place on
Saturday evening when their attention wn
attracted by what appealed to be n female
kneeling upon the liver bank. Vlie figure
was still and inntionleHs, end a closer in
spection showed that it was no longer the
body of a living person. A leathern etrap
waa found t.i;litly bound about bur neck,
producing strangulation, which wa with
out doubt the immediate cause of her death
The posture iu which the body won louud
clearly ueiiotui tun pnin and anguish pre.
ceding death. When discovered, the inau
imale form was restiug upon the knees and
face, which was covered by ber hand, as if
suppurating to tier uu rciles murderer to
save ber lite. These appeals were unheed
ed, the only respoiiKe being the tightening
strap in tho bauds of the unrelenting mf-
Dsns. Tho unfortunate lady appeared to
ij ui iim egiiui uiitiviiy, oi more man
ordinary intelligence, aud was neatly
dresaed, but the mean of identify
ing the body are lew, and ber name and
the secret of the foul crime will most likely
ever be recorded iu the two words of terri
ble uieuaing "found dead." I'uon her
finders were found two gold rings, one of
wuicn was engraven wltli the enttiulH, "C.
M. Vt., the other ring and the under-
clothing were marked with the initials,
"M. U." Her purse coutuiued Home small
change, but no addrer.s by which any clue
to her identity could be ascertained.
The blackened and distorted features ex
hibited the marks of strangulation, pro
duced probably by the strap above referred
to, and that the murderer or murderera bud
taken improper liberties with the person
of the helpless girl, there cm hardly remain
The remains were yesterday conveyed to
the dead house in the old city cemetery
for identification, but np to a lute hour
last night ber identity waa not learued.
A )msI mortem examination was held yester
day afternoon, but beyond the facta above
alluded to, nothing further was ascertained.
An inquest on the remsius will be held by
Cnrnuer Cleaves, to-day.
The fact that the criminal and the vio.
tim are alike both unknown adds much to
tbu horrible nature, ol tho crime, and what
could havo been tho object of visiting the
shafts of death upon ono so belples nud
huriulcs is almost beyond comprehension.
Cun it be that the young girl was decoyed
to tho place and outraged, and then mur
dered by tho demons in human form, to
conceal the crime? Yet, thia is the most
plausible explanation of tho bidden mys
tery. Haoan's Macimoma Hu m Tin article U
the true aeerot of beauty. It la what fash
lonulilu ladie, aetroaaea and opera aiugeri
use lo produce that cultivated iiiWinrne ap
pearance so much admired iu the circes of
li remove all nnsightly blntchoa, redneaa,
freckle, tan, iiubiirn and effects of spring
winds, and gives to the complexion a bloom
ing purity of transparent delicacy and power.
No lady who values a fine complexion can do
wiiiioiu inn ftiitimiiua llaim. nuventv-llvneiiiila
will buy it of any of our respectable dealers,
l,Vi,n a Kathairon ia a verv deliuhtfiil hair
A Quaker Wedding-The Knot
as Tied by the I. F. O's.
[From the Baltimore Commercial.]
Thia morning, in despite of tho fulling
rain, the friends meeting house, nt the
northeast corner of F.ataw nnd Monument
streets. Was tilled down stair and np, by a
large and fashionable congregation, who
had gatherered bigothor to witness tho mar
riage of Mr. Nathaniel Crenshaw, of Idem
mnnd, and Miss Iiixiie Joliffe of thia eity.
The groom and bride took the front Brut
facing the body of the ohnrrh, with tho
mother and uncle of the bride to- ber left.
The attendants occupied seats immediately
in front facing the happy couple.
The bride wo dressed in white satin with
long train, trimmed handsomely. She wore
white bonnet with orange llowers, nnd
a white opera cloak trimmed with white
satin. Her dress was rich and elegant, nnd
she was indeed a fair and beautiful bride to
look upon. The groom waa attired in a
fashionable suit of black with white cravat
and gloves. Ther were five bridesmaids
For some time the happy couple, evi
dently Impressed with the Importance of
the occasion, ant In deep silence nnd with
out motion, the bride with her eyes east
down to the ground. Amid the breathless
silence that prevailed, they stood np, and
Mr. Crenshaw, taking hi affianced by the
hand, anid in a firm voice, words to about
the following effect: "I tnke thee, F.lira
beth Joliffe, to be my wifo, nnd I promise
by divine assistance to be to thee a loving
and faithful husband until death do us
part." To which .he replied; "I bike
thee, ainthnnicl Crenshaw, to bo my bus
band, and I promise by divine assistance
to tie a loving and fuitlirul wile till death
do us part"
Mr. Francis T. King then read a dechirn
lion to the purport that tho parties had
declared their intention before the relig
ious aociety, and had the consent of their
surviving parents, nnd their marna;c tynn
auoweu ut aaid meeting, ami mat tliey nail
appeared in a public meeting nnd there
mndo the declaration to be husband nn 1
wife. Tills declaration was then HigueJ by
the groom and bride, a table w ith pen nnd
ink being placed before them. Mr. Fran
ci T. King then read further Hint tho ie
clnvatlon had been signed by Is.th, she ta
king, after the marriage custom, her hus
band name, and signing her new name of
Dr. James Carey Thomas then delivered
an elegant address on the passage, "r or
godliness ia profihiblp to all things, having
possession if this world and the world to
The address had direct reference to the
ceremony which had just biken place, The
beauties of religion life were forcibly por
trayed. After this address u venerable lady
prayed for the happiness of the ypuiig
couple, i ins fi'ayer una lolloweil by an
other from an elderly member ef the soci
ety. The bridal pnrty then left the church
by the center aisle, thp groom and bride
first, followed in succession by their atten
dants. They entered their carriages in
front of the church and proceeded lo lite
residence of tl;e bride mother, nt the
northeast corner of Franklin nnd St. I'nul
streets, where they received their friends
from 12 o'clock until 2. Numbers of their
friends called upon them to wish them joy
A Wine Village in California.
A correspondent of the Chicago Repub
lican writes from Los Angeloi, California,
nnder date of May 1st:
"Hero, on the east bank of the Sunlit
Anna river, twelve milea from, the luciuc
ocean, is a c.lniuiinity of Germans, num
bering 'forty families, that live without
'lager bier.' They are healthy, prosperous
and happy, without the beverage of the
'Fader lauiL' In lHo7 they purchased one
thousand two hundred acres of what was
then considered, the poorest land in I,os
Angeioa county, and In the following year
laid it out into twenty-acre lots, nud have
since brought it to a high state of cultiva
tion. "These people have shown what results
can lie attained in this country by industry
and perseverance, and a history of their
cnorts will be a guide to those who enre to
'go nnd do likewise,' aud nt the R;jiuo time
iudicute to the general reader the produc
ing capacities of this Hoction, therefore
may be well for me to give the outline of
what has been done,
"After the purclitibe hf the land by the
agent, me lunuiies were collected in nnd
about San rrancisco, nud moved to th
present site of the settlement. The first
two years they had a superintendent, and
all worked together; in which time a water
ditch was dug and sufVlcion.t writer brought
from r-imtu Anna to "irrigate the whole
Irajt. The land was cleared off, ploughed'
harrowed aud laid of) like corn ground,
except in squares of six instead of four feet,
and the vine planted
"After the second yeor the sunerinlen.
dent was discharged, cjich o,nti by that time
having luiraed eulllcicntly to uianuge bis
own affairs, and a division of the lands
made. Kuch of the forty householders
got twenty acres ol land, valued frou I'.itl
to 1 1,000, according to location and im
provements ninde; but each householder
got $1,400, either iu land or money. That
is to say, at the eud of two years the forty
muniies, woraing logcinor, nnd accumu
lated property valued .at t5li,0(sl in gold,
besides the improvements made in the
water ditoti, which aro yet held in common
and very valuable, aud bosidus supporting
and maintaining their families.
In INuT, three years after planting, each
house-holder bad on nine. ( l:ill Gallons! of
wine from eight acres of vineyard, the fourth
yeuru.msj guuans; and since then the aver
age nas ueeu lil.omi gallons, f his year
ouu.uuu gniionn oi wine, wut ne manulaetur
ed by this community.
The people in aud about I.os Angelos,
who laughed at what they called "Hutch
stupidity" iu trying to grow vines aud make
home on a barren waste in inill, nro now
buying up the lands urouud Aniihei m for
ten anil twenty dollurs an acre, without any
water privileges. These plodding Ger
mans have tiiught them what persev
lug industry will accomplish. Men who
came here poor, are to-day rich in their 'JO
acres oi wen tuieu liiini. iviiat lias been
done by these people citu be accomplished
in hundreds of places iu Southern Califor
nia, uooa water can be bad by digging
from fifteen to twenty feet Twelve miles
southwest the steamers from Hau Francisco
touch once a week, where freight is lauded
cheaper than at Han Pedio, the seaport town
of I.os Angelos.
"Forty acres of the twelve hundred acre
tract were reserved for a town, iu which
are two hotels, three stores, school house,
church, and other uocesHaries ot a thrifty
town ina prosperous condition."
The Hpamali consul at New York, ou
Tueaday, tiled libel in the United Slates
District Court against the steamer Quaker
City, now called the Columbia, ou tho ground
that she waa intended to violate tho neutral
ity law by giving aid to Cubans. Judgo
Itlatcliro d granted the necessary order, and
Lulled rate Marshal barlow seized the
Eminent Nkw Yona and Philadelphia phy
sician claim that the Uubnis Missisquoi
Powder cur. i cancer. It ia adv ertised iu tiiis
Th Mammoth Cave. Kitrnoi f,
ralv Lelier. Vie irroned about for
many hours in this wonderful nlacn. I never
saw anything like it. The freaks of nnture
displayed hero are very strange, and strike
the beholder with awe. But the sir in Home
parts of the cava Is close and Htilliug, and
when wo t-amo out I found myself saddled
with a terrible fovcr, widen entirely prostrat
ed me. The physician had never seen a ruse
like it before, aud no romodv hn
seemed to do the least good. My Hfu was de
paired or. Mr. Wilson, with whorh I was
residing, had iu tho In. uie a bottle, of Plan
tation Bitters, and alio insisted I should trv
it, for she said she kuew it to be a certain cure
in all cane of fever, debility, ague, dyspep
sia, eto. I had but little faith, but finally con-
semen to try It a a laat result. Iu less than
three hour after the first done my fever lefi
mo; in two day I waa sitting up, and before
Haturday night I waa a well as eter. I tell
ycu all thia that jou may know how to act in
any case of fever, or any similar disaso. I
firmly behove the Plantation IIitthis i.avcd
myhro. in mv nnit I iii in
you about the cava in detail. A. J. p,
Maonoma Watib. -Superior lo the best
Imported Uermau tkilogue, aud aold at half
- Anna Dickinson is worth, pecuniarily,
- l'ntti, divine ns she Is, has had a boil
on her face nnd NLclnlon lanceij It.
- A family of gnrbige picker in New
Tork report $10,000 in brink. .
Cleveland, Ohio, proposes to build a
'lake tunnel" at a cost of 300,000.
- The managers ol the Feaee Jubilee
have concluded not to dead head the mem
bers of tho Massachusetts Legislature.
- It is estimated that tl20,W10,000 are
spent annually in festivities to appease the
souls of the dead,
- Ttos'on give each one of bpr posts of
(he Grand Army of Ilia Republic ilOO aid
in decorating Bold iera' graves.
- It is believed that the new Paris Grand
Opera House will be finished at a total cost
of not much over 48,000,000 francs.
An extensive iron ore mine has been
discovered in Dallas county, Iowa, over
seven feet thick, which is assayed at ninety
per pent, pure iron.
- The veil is now taken in France on a
lease, so to speak, terminated at the end of
each yenr. Three nuns of Paris have jnst
Inid it aside for ornnge blossoms.
The grain elevator now in course of
predion nt Boston will have a capacity of
iiiKUHKI bushels, and ran handle 12,000
bushels nn hour.
--The advocates of the whipping post
in New Castle nre almost apopletio with
rnge over the recent reports of the conso
ciation of the new engines of justice.
- It Is a singular lact that no president
of the Cnitcd States, up to the present
time, has had a child born In the white
house. It is understood, however, thai
this lact will not exist long.
Gen. August Willick, who commanded
Union troops nt the bnttlo of Mill Spring,
and declared "dot von shoost goot fighting
vol I wants," is at the Cleveland Water
Cure for treatment.
- A. T. Stewart's income for 1W8 was
JJ.OlO.iilrt. Itpniil him .1,247.17 a dny.
:H M'i: a minute, nud cents a second.
Fvery time his wntch ticked, night aud day,
in 1N;h, a dime fell into bis pocket.
Two children aboul six years old, sous
of A. C. and II. Davenport, of Hallowell
Maine, who bad been missing from their
home for a week, were found drowned, on
Saturday last, in a weil near Sampson's
ittPicry in that city.
Advice by a writer in the Tari Jour
nal Ainiisaut: "If a lady Hays to you I can
never love you wait a little longer; all
hope i not lost. But if Hhe says 'No ono
has more sincere w ishes for your happiness
than i, take your list.
- It is sold at Allien thai King George,
recently, w hile out on a hunting excursion.
shot n man w hom he mistook for a deer.
The King was nlmo it in despair when Iro
found out w htit he hnd done. The family
of the man was liberally provided for, and
tue mutter wua hushed up.
A young and very pretty girl, a little
proud ot her good looks, had a quarrel with
her lover, who reproached her for caring
more for her beauty than his love. To
prove tn him bow much she loved bim, slit
broke oil' her four front teeth, and thus dis
figured, cast herself nt his feet. She lost
- Tho Princes Metternieli's wardrobe Is
said to consist of 120 silk dresses, 194
morning gowns, 1:0 walking dresses, CO
cloaks. 60 shawls, l.VJ petticoats, 2 HO cho
niiues and other under garments, '.105 pair
of stockings, lliii pairs of gloves, 60 pairs
of boots and shoes, 70 belts and sashes, fit
brooches, 72 pair of ear-rings, 31 fans and
The wife of one of the candidate for
the French Academy went bi M. Gniznt to
solicit his vote, for hor husband. "Impos
sible," was the reply. "My voto In already
promised to ,M. HaiisKonville; but on the
next vacancy I promise you I will vote for
.ii. I. . ai. miizot is a; years ol age.
- Uaftiug lumber in done on such a stupendous
scale in Minnesota that the lumbermen
ounnol wait for the slow processes
ol eastern logmen. They place a steamer
behind the raft to push it and a propeller
is fa ttened across the front, which by g'o
iii" foi -wnyd nr backward steers the long
A Frem h lady returning from ITuvuna
carried with her a pretty little negro boy.
for w bout she very tenderly cared. On
day Huniboula mud to bis mistress: "Pal
(old mo w hen J wasbi;) I must kill yon and
cany l.iui an your money. 1 m coma to
kill you, but I shan't go back to bim, far
he would take all the money away." Bum-
houlu is ou his way home.
- -The people of Pittsburgh hear of Mia
aurora noreaiiH by telegraph, but can not
see it on account oi the smoke.
A iniiihelor editor having a pretty un
married sister.latelv wrote lo another editor
similarly circumstanced, 'Picas exchange.'
Definition of nn elephant by a French.
mun: An animal lu whom nature has gives
the privilege, of being unable to see bim-
a noiei lanuioi'ii in t;ulilornta saves
the expense of a gong by keeping a dog.
The weight of thu landlord ou the dotTi
tail causes the animal to howl 'sufficiently
luuu to uwukou nil tue guests.
- A country woman iu New Yolk visited
Stewart u. "Such heaps of goods ! Such
lots o( people!" "And then,'' said she.
"there wern ro many pretty little boys
named Cash, and all about tha same size
I niiln t see Airs, rush, but I tell you she's
got a mighty smart lot of. young ones I"
A young minister, whose reputation
fur veracity was not very good, once ven
tured to differ with nn old doctor of divinity
as to tho ellloncy of the use of the rod.
"Why," Raid he, "the only time mv father
ever whipped me it was for telling the
truth." "Well," retorted the doctor, "it
cured yoq of it, didn't it?".
-The vigilance committee of Bryan,
Wyoming Territory, called upon a despe
rate character a short time since and gave
him fifteen minutes to leave town. He
mounted bis mule and said, "Gentlemen,
if this d d mule don't bulk, I don't want
but live." ' , ,
"Can you diaw, young mau 'I" inquired
Quilp of an applicant for a private tutor
ship. "At ten years of age I oould draw
beer; at twelve n picture; at fifteen a truck
loaded with cabbages; ut sixteen an infer
ence; at twenty n bill of exchange. If I
wore nn actor 1 believe I could draw the
largest kind of a bouse; but being a teac h
er, I am content Ut draw a salary, and the
bigger the better."
--A young lady's opinion of the bouuut
ol the Reason: "Oh, .the bonnets of my.
girlhood -the kind I wore to school I I
really thought them pietty; I mnst have
been a tool. And yet I used to thi.-k my
sell on huts a jaunty misa. iwi.a. . i
was, as fashion wont; but what was that to
tins? Oh, tho lovely little pancuko-tho
charming lilllo mat I It makes my head
so level, nud ao Very, yery flat."
A promising young shaver of five or
six years was roadiim his lesson at ui,n,i
one day, iu that deliberate mauner for
which urcliius of that nge are somewhat
roinarkablo. As. he proceeded with ti,
task ho camo uiinu the inumuu .!.-....
thy tongue. from evil Bnd thy lips from
guile. Master Hopeful drawled fink
"Keen IliV -tnnn in ffftt .,.,11 1
,. l. - f,-- Ji, ailll -
mj ni iroiu. gins.
A t liaracteristlo slory is told of a tipsy
son of Bacchus, who missing bi foot at
the top of the flight, cam down hia hotel
. ?dbiTer beel?' A 8nd Bniaritan
ran to pick him np, but the drunken man
majestically wuved him off, staggering to
bis teat, and in response to thi proffered
assistance, roared out: "Now you jest lem
me lone. Vaut no slob'rin 'round me. I
alius come down aUira that way.". .
CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE. The Weather-Real Estate-Trade--J.
V. Farwell & Co. Walsh & Hutchinson
--E. G. L. Faxon & Co.—Chicago
& North western Railway—Money
& North western Railway—Money--Amusements.
Cnictno. May 21, lsl. After a long se
son or anii, northeast stoma.-- dnriwrr asjrie
there ha hen an nnusnal rail of ruin, we have
narm, sunshiny wetheragain. The-reiioH,
from all quarters, of the train an4 gran
crops are very fsvnrablond anlnes t he moist,
cool weather of spring, is nceeodod by sum
mer drouth", we shall have an abundant bar- -vet.
There havo been large aale of real .eelata
here at auction, one ealn nn 'tM Honth'Hide
continuing two nr three days, and the pro
ceeds amounting to twn-thitds of a million of
dollars, when th public aalea a-waik- -drawn,
and the residue of the property offer
ed i for private ale. A very largt amount f
of unimproved property ha he.nti. anid thi4 '
spring in the neighborhood of the ntnfmserl "
now park, and at high price. At least to
a stranger they would seem such, bnt the
continued rise of such property has been
nch the past few years that It I difficult to
predict when the extreme limit Will bn reach
ed. Property Ixmk'li', in .Urinary for f 260 a
lot sold for I 'jOO in May. There lias been an
advance of about 2.") per cent, generally for
audi property since last fall,
in the wholesale department, in nearly all
branches, continues good. Tho tea'ding .
houses have done a large busine tifls sea-4
on-anme of them much larger than last
J. V. FARWELL & CO.,
th largest dry goods hene the
Northwest, eold nearly a million dollars mors
nods the first four months of IMiifl . han in
the same months of ist;8. The reasons aro,
they always keep full slock", sell cheaper
than tboir neighbors, and oonntrv merchant
understand that thev do not retail goods, and
thereby compete with their own uimtcinnr.
It ia tntereating to watch tho mutation of
trad and ohaerve how one bonne goo np,
and another down, In popular regard. They
are nil subject to Inevitable laws, the popular
ity of a firm depending on the business char
acter of it member", the quality and price
of their goods and the measures' adopted for
making their binnnes known tn the public.
Among those who have achieved an honor---able
reputation is tho well known firm of
WALSH HUTCHINSON, 58 AND 60 LAKE STREET.
Importer and jobbers of millinery and straw
goods, whoso giHid taste, ontnrnriaoragacity
and fair dealing, combined with the choicest
good at low prioc, have secured a largo
trade in the Northwest.
Una can apnreclatoi the valuo of a cood
name on seeing cintti nier from all the ad
joining town and atatea at
E . G. L. FAXON & CO.'S, 74 AND 76 LAKE STREET.
purchasiiia: paper hanging, window shade,
lace enrtama, bedding. Ac, attracted Ihi'her
by the best gnoil and choiecHt stylos,. For
people trill trade whore they ar bust served.
CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY.
I had Intended, some time ago, to speak of
a change in the Vice Presidency of the Chi
cago and Northwestern Itailroad Company,
Perry li. Hnilth, who had occupied thai post .
ao eftlcieully for many years, having resigned,
and Henry It. Pierio'n, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
taking hi place, Mr. Pierson, the new View
President, is a man of large executive ability,
with much experience in railroading, and. I
think, is possessed with the idea that Una k
good will of the public is worth snmething
to railroad companies, and that he will
beat subserve the the Intercuts of the stock
holders bv serving the public well and
olieaply. Tha company havo recently dona
a wiao thing, lu reducing t'io freight on
wheat tn Chicago from all point on tho Mia
tsaipni, as high aa Ht. faul, to ten cent a
bushel just half what it used to be and tha
freight on Hour from 7.1 to 40 cent a barrel.
And a laeo Ihe Milwaukee A Ht. Paul It. ft:
company has done likewise, it will pretty el
factually prevent tho diversion of grain car
riage to New Orleans. At all events. Ill pro
ducing classes and the general publio will ba
greatly benefitted by this reduction.
have all they can profitably loan. Any on
with the right nollgteral can obtain all ihe
money he wishea.
Are rather dull, just at present. "Peregrine
Pickle." in the Hiinday Tribune, has begun
series ol sharp and discriminating criticism
on the actresses and actors at tho Out-ia,
llou.c, Ward's Museum, Aikons.and McVick- '
r's Theatre. Needed. ),
Norvon debility with Us gloom' ' attend
ants, low spirits, depression, iu'r iluntary
emission, lo of semen, spornuittorrhoe
loss of power, diitry head, lus ot memory'
and threatened impotence, and imbecility
tlnd a eovereign euro iu Humphrey' Homeo
pathic rtpocillc No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the must valuable mild and potont cura
tives, they strike at once at tho root o the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charge and impart vigor and enorov. bfe.
lllll VII. 11 Irt 11. o A..,:.. , n.. ""1
. , "Ji iiiiiu man. Alley li
V.UI-.I iiiiiiiaaiiua ot cases. l'rire S.
packake of six boxes and vial, which ia very
Important in obstinate and old cases, or S'k.
Almost any iuduatriou man can make a
good living a a iito insurance agent, but to
a thorough-going busine man, bright and
active, there ia no moro inviting field of la
bor. Tae AnKnicAN Lira Insurance Co. or
Puilahii.m.a oirtra gnat inducniente to
firat-clasa agent. Aildrea the nearest Gen
eral Agent, he advertisement iu another
Pbivati medical aid.
Head Dr. Whiltior ai
and padded socket leg, we have found mora
comfort and tiaofulues in the Amtis-rAfiLs
Laiiino Hoi kt than in any other. We have
the right tonae two of the best patent, and
by experience hone to improve in every war
that will add comfort or durability tn them
Wo have put the price of kg at 8fl Pe,l
son are only detained in th city wliilo the
measure aud ca.t of the limb is taken The
aviug over Ealern prices i tromf M to $ja.
and we are satisfied our limb will give hotter
satistaction than any made in Now York or
Philadelphia. If we can get ordera wo cau
maintain our factory at tho above price, and
we therefore ask an examination before gome
elsewhere. For information or circular with
testimonial from all who havo worn our
limbs, address, Artificial Limb Manutaoturiuv
Cotnpany, No, 603 Ponn street, Pittsbui-iT
P.M. All shareholders are men aba -Dar
the company's hmbs.
Kilraet from Beport of farmers' Club, N. T , lua,
uSlnH.,!"'?.iM,A'"",E8-TWm' D-Oaborn asksi
will the Club give us Its opinion of washing
machines, Is Tt economy to pay lo.irlocri
dollars for one of Duty's machine. ? Will it
waili furmur;' clothe clean, and not be too
bard work for th. women? Washing -,-chine,
have ao generally proved to be fiUlure.
thait aiii.fialJor throwing away ui.iuouM
upouthoiu." , j "'j "iiey
boLONlU.uiN.oN -"If yon had tp,yf(n,
time, the money you mention it n.,i.f i.'. ,i "
r.r '"r,6""'"'"1 ver made upon your
farm But you must not have that aloue.
Uut the Univerral Clothe Wringer with it
J",' V".Tf0 '!'"''"" will KSmmJ
call you blessed.
For they will riml, your
wanhuig mado easy." They are sold by
It. C, Huownino, General Agotil
3" M2 Cortland. I r.n.1 VI
-TllEPlJuTiTANOMWECTKHTCon LlVEB Oil.
Ii Ihe world Is i. r.
"rlf '"in fresh, selected live,, bv
fl1?1;'' IJAZAltD A CO.. New York ' Yt
.abaolntefy oureand awe. Patient, who
onco taken It prefer it to all othor."
Physician, havo decided it upe,ir to. a,
of he othor oil. in market. Bold by nil drug-
Da. J. M. l.iNiHKV--VWr ,Sir. Wearehnn.
py to inform you that J.UuIsc,,; J,Z.
JUood harder bis cured a e of s,?,-,
which had been running tor Hve yours The
lies h wa. eaten off the lady a arm ,v Til at I n
working of the ainow. could bo 5f 1 0
at the eiu-hth bnttla flour ..! .1.. n . .
the eighth bottle
growiug ou very last,
u iiiu uesn 1.
, ? J, ' ' " '"'rot the age i. J.i,,
ot Searcher. pt.SoCJ Belia ?w0 d
buttles at once,
It. E. bourns Co,
.. . ,, n-."...if will
without their name ou
.,...,, ui uie ouunle wrapper,
tor sale by all Druggists.
Cbappko Bands, Fao, Itonou Ham, Pi.
JLLS, salt rheum, and other cutaiieoua af
fections cured, and the skin made soft and
smooth, by using the Juniper Tar Ho-d
made by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York
It is moro eonv.uient and easily applied than
other remedies, avonluig th trouble of the
greasy oowpounda now lu u.o. hold by all
drugo-iate. , .
per . iiKionox. bold by -all dniggista,- andf
sent bv mad on receipt of .pnee. Ad.lrese
Humphrey'. Rneciflo Hmoeopainio Medicine
Company, Ml Broadway, N. Y. .