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133 RUSMIAN IWIlLIT&S
Their LItest Proolamation to the People of Th t p matlon of the Russian Nibl totet we pisearded on the twenteth of Janu W.) to the Roselan ottes. It was tol a surtet cltue, decorated with red .-emh?,ms, aM undersigncd by the tnes fer the Litbration of the Ru._isn t was as follows: t, l t p uden people lyins under the After n time we again address you er, We have been cienlt, leaving cruel i to .pt ak for the holy cause by Its on which the heroes of liberty were ll a.anged; b the thousands Ian shi dark pt i ons or in deadly SBle. s; by thesea of bitter tears shed yes and children whose husbands, rothers and sweethearts became, by u o liberty, the victims of despotism. a these and many other unre S of the arbitrary ron hand, ts bound to destroy every human body imtd by the Pronethean spark, speak to of true Rtussins more clearly, uivel and passionately than any Wa have, therefore, been allen ts was steakingp for us. Despt Ia d its deadly verdict b heartless rulty ad terro lanm, But by. hreatein r to destroy .or llher a ag l s to the gallows or i e rack orned cuelty wortbh of Nero, It did m lb that it was workIng for the oly ' e p liberty, and only InreasIng and mguthelI the nmber ofour followers tI M the people. In short, It eecured el lse by Ito reprisals, nor will it to the reL Our hlood os always sown on fertile a nd, andh the Ir t falls the rihel r the t will be. The excoutioners of the ar. Iktjigy power will come to know that all . . ertlleh artifices and cruelties, their lI ass severity to hinder us In the woik of lbe f lraiAot of the Rueslan people, cannot will not succeed. The victims who fall ase martyrs to the holy cause. Were the S umber of our enemies tin times greater thati ies vltorY Is msooner or later ours; and we, hOwing how much victory will weigh lb history and civlia.tion, must mon ude that ratherto, few than too wamor Vol is haveI fallen. The Czar, only to co)lquer evsO, shed muoh mo.re hl bw than we shall our efforts to oounquer Rusesa and wint 100, 400.000 slaves for liberty. We now addtres ion with the view to strengthen you in the lief that you will soon be free, to luspire a o. wihth persewerance and o urage, .od to Sdiare o(u that the hour of lterulU from the yoe Is approauh.ng. For the present we es anot tell you more. Be assure also that. are not laoli+ted, as the Cas'a El plire In, that we have powerful allies rewly to ht to the death for our cause. Therefore, amnfortnate and dear brothers let us have atleace, perseverance and complete devotion. ~ ctory is ours. Hurrah tor liberty and . n elpatloun Hurrah for the Russlia peo Il wn with despots and their accon . I o.r' . NOTh5 AND C(:OIRENTI Liberia has arrived at the dignityof annex the kingdom of Medina, whihob lies on the i.irnr frontlet of the Afrlan republic. There are about 9.000,000 bushels of wheat ined Ohloxno. This massot grain should s bahipped to Europe and exchanged for gold. Patti is enjoying the substantial delights of the drawin-r-oom. For a single song to her ts a Pariian baroness pays the diva SThe common council of Cincinnati has i and the mayor signed an ordinance as the price of use to private consumers S thact sity at $1 00 per 1000 feet. J. M. Wheeler, of Toledo has been ap otlnted manager of the Bell Telephone Co. . in Europe, and will sail Marec 1. His quarters will be at Brussels. The election of John Lemolne adds to the jenc. h Senate a veteran journalist, who will Slomote liberal measures zealously, and as . . sr oppose all tendenoles toward license. S, th right man in the right place. S onZlls in good manners are to be taught Sthe public schools of .t. Louis. The Idea sa good one, end we trust will meet with gsenral approbation. It will probably have a sal.try eiff5ot upon teachers as well as sohol Tbhe outlook to the carpet busness is good. sA ingle American city now produoes nearly vn million yards more of carpeting than She eanttr yield of the British Islands, and a pir oron of American goods find Brit oagran man Hill's resolution ordering an s avsesaaton. of the grain blockade Is ridi ' dIS COhticago and Milwaukee, where the Ploprevails that legitimate traffic In any omsmodity can be restricted only by the law f supply and demand. Mr. Gustave Dore Is exhibiting in Paris a ery original plaster cast representing the rescue of Angellca. Her deliverer, mounted on his hbppogriff, is connected with the lower b tio on the group only by the long spear that transixtis the monster's body. Nothing so bold has ever yet been attempted in stat sar', The gentlemen who effected the alliance be tween Butler Republicans, Butler Democrats and Faneull Hall Democrats in Masesachu stts profes confidence in their ability to carry the State this fall against the nominee alt the Obicago convention. Republicans treat fue ftsion with contempt, but are said to fear that the contest will be a close one. O. 0 Fyler, a highly respectable citizen of 0., has wrestled with the difficult prohb em of grave protection, and evolved a cheap and simple device, consisting of a frame of numerous wrought-iron rods ingeniously put together in a perfect net-work, which, when the earth Is fitled in, would be likely to bafllm at every step the ghoulish efforts of the mean Ist and most muscular of mankind. Secretary Schurz and members of the con areastonal Committee on Indian Affairs have e sen itlDa the government school at Car lsle, Pa., where 150 young Indians are being educated. The Secretary was delighted with the progreess made by the pupils, and regards this 6chol as an important factor Inthe Clv llsatlon of the Indians. It is likely that some apprehension has been eseated in St. Petersburg by the threat of tIrnl t the tcity, attributed to the Nihliets; but s it possible that the circular oontalonin this threat, so well calculated to raise alarm, was concocted by the polUce, and not by the Nlhilis. The third section of the imperial chancellery has had a great deal.f experience in thearts of deception. The words of Thomas Jefferson on a third term of the Presidency cannot be too often repeated or too deeply Impressed on the oub bie mind: "If some termination," he said, "to se ervices of the Chief Maglstrate be not sd by the constitutiono or supplied by pr.c es,his office, nominally for years, will in faa become for Ilte; oand history shows how .selg Auat depeserates into an inheritance." A New York railroad man who has been so tiveln urging upon theSeeretary of State and others the propriety of allowing M. de Lee sepe to consiruct the lnterocealo canal has given It out that the Intention of M. de Lee aps is to offer Gen. Grant the presidency or i sce-presldency of his company, and that he xpeets under cover of thits offer to secure the ,a in the United States of one-half of broposed capital stock. The nearest realization of the Cheeryble Brothers of Dickens is furnished in Sir W. Lawrence and Alderman Lawrence, of Lon doe brothers and partners, who retired from busies a few weeks ago. They handed over the whole of their business to their clerks and managers, who had served them faith fully for years, with the sum of £30,000 to 4arrylt on; gave the artisans who had served the for ten years and upward sums in pro aortion to the number of years, and a few of the oldest Uananmal pension of £20, reserving o0 nlteret if the new Urm for themselves. Senator Ve t's denial of inrefrence to the inuence of Jay iii prcetnlg the pasgel el Yoter *I~niha know or anTo loo. or lobby mfinemo, but others do, Ine t fniueue s said to be very powerful Tbe stook of the Missouri, ans and Texs Raliroad has enormously ad vmaced on aocount of the prospect that the ter ritory will be opene_ up. A very large num ber of orders rom Washington have been sent to New York to purchase this stock outright or on a margin, and some, ody has made Smone by b "on the inside," ay it lt called. l The manul for stockspeculations s on theln creaset and members of Cngress take chances with the rest. FORBI(IN ITEI8. Oapt. R. F. Burton I now in Egypt, and is about to proceed, with a surveying party, to the gold mines which he discovered near the shores of the Gulf of Akaba. Seventy-two young men have been sen tenced by default at Berlin to a fortnight's imprisonment and 150 marks fine for eml grating without permlssion and evading the conscription. The long expected "Memoirs of Prince Tal leyrand" will shortly appear as ulilletone in the VoUnore, the Paris paper that Zola's novels have rendered so popular In France. M. Andral, formerly President of the Council of State, will edit thso publloation. In the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, the ground to frozen so hard that before a graPve aen he du great hres have to be made i the chaurhyards, and in some inst woes, when this expedient proved unavailing, the grave diggers were compelled to use dynamite. The life of the late Marquis of Anglesey was insured in the various companies for an aggregate amount of not less than £780,000. he present Marquis will come into a mag nilient and uutinumb'-red prpertpery, with an estimated income of £100,000 a year. All the Gladstone family, with the exoep tlon of the ex-Prime Minister, are staunch rories. Iir Thomas the elder brother, oar rlps his pdltelal idfferences into his personal relatlitnsabp with Mr.Gladstone, and dose not find time to call upon him when he visits Lon don. The Ruesian policeattach immense Impor tance to the discovery of the secret printing press in St. Petersbur.. The detectives who made the desoent each reMcived a grant of 1500 roubles, and the captain of the police, who was present in person on the ocis0lon, has tenm promoted to the grade of Lieutenant General. Victorien Sardou sat in a box at the Thea tre Franeals while his pley was being hissed off tihe stage. Pale with emotion and exces +ively nervous, he exelaimed to those near him: "What can I do? i'hese that I assail are determined and they act. Their object is to reduco me to silence. Well, be It so, they have succeeded. I shall write no more plays." The Enupress of Austria met with an aool dent on the first day she was out with the Ward stag hounds. Her horse was carromed against passing through a gate, and so much hurt that the principal veterinary surteon was immediately telearaphed for from Dub. lin. The Empress herself was not thrown, and reoeived no injury. "Alas for the mutability of publio opinion t" exclakme the London World. "Two years ago, when the carriage coutulning the Turk Ish Ambassador passed through the Mall on its way to the houses of Parliament, it was enthuslastlcally cheered' Last Thursday it was received in many places with hisses or derisive remarks." While Rnselan royalty is pursued by dyns mit-, the English royal family seems bfllotte d with bad drains. An Ottawa oorrespoudent says that the Princess Louise suffered from severe headaches while working in her studio, and other ladies there wereartmlarly afflicted. While she was In England the studio floor had to be taken up to enlarge the building, when on open cesspool was discovered beneath it. "The Tichborne claimant," Is engaged on his autobkiography pending his expected re I,"ee. He has been offered £8900 for the book. He has been engaged on it for the last five I years. Those who have seen It say that it.i not a happy literary effort, and It is too largely interspersed with poetic effuslone of a religious character. He has lost 110 pounds eluoe the day he was sentenced. The Belgian Queen still so fondlyji heri ses the memory of her only son, the Duke of Brabant, who died in January. 1809, that she has never since permitted any court festivt ties to be held during that month. Prince Baudouln, the son of her brother-in-law, Phtlip, Count of Flanders, is the heir to the Belgian throne. The boy is now eleven years old. One of the Empress Eugente's pet names for her son in childhood was "Monsieur Dix Minutes," because of his inveterate habit of demanding ten minutes more. As a little fellow it was always his first word in the morning when he was roused: "Ten minutes more;" and when too drowsy to speak he stretched out his two little hands open; his ten fingers indicated the ten minutes he still The Paris newsmongers are inventing an other Congress of Berlin to convene on the in vitation of Prince Biemarck, in order to unite Eurp4 in a crosde against Communism, Socalslm and Nihiilism. If this crusade were to prove successful, then Germany would pro pose a general disarmament. France, it .s added, is threatened with losing the good will or Russia if she declines to join in this movement. ,anal -.-i "An extraordinary discovery has," says the London World, "just been made, or is strong ly believed to have been made, by the India Office. The sister of a Bedfordshire baronet, whobeing then a young girl of considerable beauty, was lost during the Indian mutiny, has been found in a harem at Mecca. The lady is now in India, and questions have been sent out to secure evidence of her identity, which it is suspected there may be a desire to conceal." A new method of reward for those who are diligent in the business of the government has been established in Japan. It consists of no decoration or gift of money, but takes the form of a great national portrait gallery, in which those who sufficiently distinguish themselves in the opinion of their superiors will henceforth have the privilege of seeing their likenesses placed. Already a vast num ber of applications for a place have been made. with the result, in the opinion of the Hochi Shinbun, an independent journal of the Japanese capital, that the gallery will have more of quantity than quality in It. Another clause In the decree which establishes this reward raises doubts in the minds of the Japanese journals. People who are allotted a place in the gallery may have their like nesses painted according to their own taste or be photographed, as they please. A chron icler fears that very few ugly faces will ap pear in the collection, and that its value as a historical souvenir will on this account also be consequently considerably depreciated. A Meastsuma. At the Hotel Drouot, in Paris, there was sold by auction, two weeks ago, an interest ing piece of archci ,logy in the shape of a mummy, which proves to be that of a prince of theill-fated imperial family of Montezuma. The body, inclosed in a large crystal box. was purchased for 2875 france by the South Ken sington Museum. The Montezuma in ques tion was the uncle of the tilustrious cacique of that name. Taken prisoner by the Span iards, he was for many monthsconfined with his daughter in the Mexican convent of San Isidro, and then walled up in a cell by order of the inquisitors. The body now presents the aspect of a dark, yellow, wooden statue. Asit stands in its glass case, one can under stand the terrible sufferings which the poor old man underwent in dying. The hands are crossed and contracted, the cheeks hollowed, the eyids closed and wi inkled, and the hair nearly all gone. The body of the girl, who was about twelve years old, is In a perfect state of preservation. Her face is calm, and a sweet smile seems to play about her lips, in strange incongruity with her horrible fate. The r telling this story are fully au The Democratic Botoun Post says: "Mr. TIlden is by no means to be set aside without due eadsiderstin. Mr. Bayard is a strong man sad a sound Democratic statesman, but it is obvious thas without the concurrence of the Tlideaeimet he eanot be nominated, and msa. . who have been re dheigtn b ibti! * Important Information FOR THE PEOPLE. ALL FORMER YEARS OUTDONE. 431,167 DENUINE SINGER SEWINt MACHINES WERE SOLD IN THE YEAR 1879. 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A Triumph in Photogbgphy PIOTURES MADE PERMANENT LAYNiRT PATE ftl lS. We are revere., te atlle lhieem.st ao newest stylee in nhotogravlb y at Vry l$ol rat IPrleo; .i INBPECTOR'S NOTES. The weekly report of the local board of in epectors to Supervisor Nortonajiows the follow ing: Inoseoted steamers Alice and Osege. Assistant local Inspectors absent on a tour of insepection to Jackson. Vickaburg and Talla hatohie river. Mobile bo ard InRDected steamers Luln D. Ella D. and L 'tus No. 2 during the week ending F. bruary 21. and left Mobile for Pensacola and Rome. Ga.. on the twenty-second on a tour of inspection. No transactions by the local boards at Galves ton and Apaachicola. The inspectors are provided with applica tions for and certificates of inspection of pilots as to their ability to distinguish colors. The blanks read as follows: FoaM 2153. APPLICATION AND CERTIFICATE OF MEDICAL INePECTION OF PILOTS. OrFIC. oF U. S. LOCAL INspEoCToS or Itream Vessels. Port of .168 Surgeon Marine Hospital Service. Please examine- --- an appli cant for pilot's license, as to his ability to cie tinaguish the colored llshts used as signals on steam vessels, and report on the blank form be low. U. S. Local Inspectors of Steam Vessels~ UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL SER VIO. DISTRICT OF TE----- Port of N's OFFICE, Port of - - ) -188-. Name of pilot. : age. - years; nativity, : complexorn, height, fee --- inches: color f eyes. . color of hair ; peculiar ditiaulushing marks (if an) - I h-reby certify that I have this day carefully examined the above described applicant for p!lL's ,icense. and find *(a) That he has no defec' of vision. (b) That he is no fit for duty as pilot for the following reasons: Surgeon United State, Marine Service. To the United States Local Inspeceors of Steam Vesseals. Port nof *Oblliterate (a) or (b). as the case may be. The examination is made at the Marine Hos pital durgeoen's office n the Custom-Honue. The flower painter, M. 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