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Tlie Louisiana, legislnture met !n extra
session on the 1-ltlt of April.
Another half million of Tweed'n prop
erty lias lH.cn nttnnliccl in West Chestf-r
county, IS. Y.
Anderson's paper mill at Columbus,
Ohio, -was partially destroyed by fire on
the night of the 15th f April. Loss,
$15,000; fully covered by insurance.
The Spinner's strike at Great Falls,
N. Hn terminated on the ICth of April,
the men returning to their work on the
terms proposed by the employers.
Travis Harris, who murdered 'Squire
JKasterson, .his father in-law, at Com
merce Mo oa'ihcd of November last,
was hanged at that place on the lGtli of
A fire on the 10th nt Charlotte, N. 0.,
destroyedhe,dcio;s of the North Caro
lina & Chmlotte, and "the Columbia &
Auguwta Railroad Companies and a num
ber of private residences. Loss, $ 250
000; about two thirds insured.
Sciplo Bryan aiid Elijah Atkinson,
uuiu cujorea, were ai uemort, b. u., on
the ICth or April hung for the double
crime of murder and arson in June,
1874. The execution was witnessed ;by
about "five thousand colored people.
IJothithe murderers made a lull confes
sion. Isham Crown, colored, was hung near
itrclmrg, Louisiana, -on the 10th of
April, for the murder of James W.
Clinton, aa' attorney, on the 18th of
December last. Urown was convicted
on circumstantial evidence, but made a
confession giving the particulars of the
On fiie 16th of April Mrs.E.L. Irwin,
u highly respected young widow lady ol
Hannibal, Mo., tied a clothes line around
herself -and-little girl, six years old,
fastened the other end to a stuke in the
ground, then took the child in her Jirras
and deliberately walked into Bear creek,
and both were drowned. Financial
embarrassment and disuipoIntment iu
love arc understood to be the cause.
Henry Guinl)., the public administra
tor ol St. Louis who absconded last
November some $50,000 in debt to vari
ous individuals and estates in his hands,
has voluntarily returned and is engaged
fjiOtb bis bondsmen iueettliagllis affSirs.
Gambs has been in Mexico since he left
St. Louis, engaged in the coasting trade
between Vera Cruz and. other Mexican
ports, and will return after "fixing tilings
' with his creditors.
George V. Gayle, the man ho during
he war offered $1,000,000 Jon the assas
ftiuation of President Lincoln, diei in
Selma, Alabama, on the Sth of April,
aged Go. He was not at that time worth
as many cents. The offer was made in
c Cahaba Onseite, but not over his
signature. A lew mouths after, when
Lincoln was assassinated, the editors
were arrested because of the reward
offered in their columus. In the ex
amination Gayle was found to be the
MDan who.made the offer. He was ar
rested and confined about one ywu in
.Fortress Monre. Through the inter
cession .of bis wnfe he :"was: released by
A Potisrille Vau, dispatch says the
aerct of the long continuance of -the
strike nnd. the miners living so comfort
pibly and keeping so .bold a front, lies in
the credit system, always heretofore pur
sued by mcrchauts. It was impossible
at the outset to refuse to trust regular
cuatomrsgjrho had always hitherto paid
promptlyand, as no,onekncw how thej
suspSisiotfwould T;ri3, merchants were
Gliged to keep on thro wing good money
after bad iu the desperate hope that a
favorable turn in the financial tide would
brillg it all back again. But a crisisis
at hand. Wholesale dealers have taken
larro, and arc refusing to sell goods to
'"'this Jfcgion except for cash, and without
fth supplies retailers will soon have
notfmng for their customers but empty
sclvr..0QifirJfefeBeriL aalers is
creditltf WU $42,000 already invested
Hb tlia-strike. Manv others havo Gve-'to
TT-- "... . . al-
twentv thousand on their books. T John
Siney, President of the National Labor
4s&n.ia.tion. JS OUC
is quoted as saying the
striK is on its last legs.
lOT'&eaJDgSHilrbad has adopted a
)ian of junaing. pioneer esjineers ahead
of all passenger trains, and found ite
ailvantage in so doing. The miaa
ikemaelvas are bec oaiur Tery eick of
Jt4e contest and rare :leavugia cossider
abloBambers for. otherparts ot the
connk-y It is said that the way they
anattreinatizy miners is something fear
Last Friday morniDKit was an n on weed
on our streets thai a tanner named Alex
ander JIcKinsey, who lived about iive
miles southeast of this city, on the old
Colcord farm, now known as tlie Pritzfc
Kuhns place, bad been killed by a pair
of mules that he had gone out to feed
'Squire. Fotke wae requested:! cm-;
seuted to act as Coroner, and at once
proceeded totbe potwdimnaaeTei a
jury. The dead man was taken from
under the ieet of the mules, in the stable
where, he was fouod,.amLcrried4d laid
on the jorch of the house, and, "alter an
examiaatioa by tie JHry, wa jMocxt'!
and the ncxi dav buried.
Jife tl JfatltheBnrT i A fiSJ
their deliberations, a strong suspicion
was ftroused that McKinsey was mar
dered, and thatthajBul?hHd'othiiff
to do with his death. ' . '
HcKinscy was found to liav blofjdy
f Bgcr-sBvkHon one foot and one leg,
aud to have on clean drawers and sock,
and no wound on the loot or leg to-pro-duce
the blood. Bloody ciothei weie
found hid under the kitchen floor, and
othere soaking un span-suds io,a kugltt
ikldsrk corner of Hwlclhjr.Bidfi
was found partially washed and only
partly dried; a mark of dragging the
body from the house to the stable was
plainly visible. The body of the mur
dered man contained no marks of vio
lence except several wounds on the head
and some slight appearances of having
The family consisted of the murdered
man, who was about 50 years old; his
.wife, about 44, and tnine jchildren. . CfciH
daughter being married, and the eldest
son also awtjIfrMblfeomc- tl
Alter the jury had made up a verdict
that Alexander MtKinsey had come to
his deatli by violence from the hsnds of
some person or persons to them unknown,
it was thought best to arrest the son,
Isam. He is not quite 20 years old;
large, coarse frame; shaggy, unkempt
hair; ragged, dirty, clythwg, ssd saisl to
be partially idiotic? Beasodgein
jail on Friday, ami. en Saturday his
mother was brought in and also locked
Up, whenrthey both ArClat'the-preseat
2? a. .:
On -Monday ., morning wo visited the'
iniaiiucrb m uieait, an hearei.trm:the
son about the following confession:
'Father had often beaten me; had con
siderablejdifliculty with him in the bit
ter part'of Hhe winter because the horses1
I wits driving balked with a load of
wood. He hud often 1caten me severely;
hud sometimes choked me nearly to
death. He had threatened to knock aie
in the head' on Thursday evening; was
afraid of him. Father, mother, and two
little sisters went to bed Thursday even
ing. before.sL ,did. At tc father jWs
asleep I took a stick of stove-wood ami
struck him on the head as he lay on the
bed with mother and the two littleirhv
When I had'struck him once I pulled
him off the bed on to the floor and struck
him again; did not strike him but twice.
He d'd not spsak or resist. I dragged
mm to me stable by the arms. I put
h; clean socks on, him before I took,
him to the stable; the clean socks were
given him before he went to bed to put
on when he should, get up next morn
ing. I wiped the blood oft the floor
with the blood v clothes fonnrf- nnf tim
bloo dy qlothes, .under the kitchen floor
where, they.wcoe &itt;foiwtkwi
wuo put the bloody pants into the privy;
got a light to dress father bv after he
was dead; mother saitl not to kill father;
she did not get out of bed; burned up
.Wl-I fitruck father with;
l9Mmigfca, to tak him ttfthe
stable." Greenville (.) Advocate, April
A PewevcrlH? Aather.
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f Some for
Mr. Longmaa. hoad-orstht
firm in Paternoster RowJiu'!iiii4aed!
Give Jhesaajsjectpf book for which i Ah fuga ouag qh iuman, wal
flic world htl aneedf and1! will write i?Trttl miladioSfcamT,
"Mr. Longman asked.
m m Mum m '--
,ti i Ai
M'I nm a pbeV was the reply; 'but
me world does not want poems. ' - ?
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inc puuiuuer remarKea a-uiiic du-
InnncU. lltT-tl M. .. J 1
..j. i.ButB wjiuiagooarqoaeryi
book.' . i s i u w
" 'Then,' said the lady, 'you adyjse me
toJwriS cykery bobWI ? $ Stl
"Cautiously tlie publisher Tejoiaed: IJ
AilAnll VlBKaAAh aa A. T 5 m 1
suuluu auuac juu IOU0 801I1 Were COB-
hucnt of your ability to write a jjood
the lfsifflSMi CfcMMf Taat4.
It really seems possible that the Much
talked of taBMl betweea Englajd and
France may become a reality. Sleitft
the thing is to fie trie. Two companies
axe tV be fomjc4 one Ftoack, one
Esglbh, each wit. eefiwl of 4M,mm
fortfee'prpose of makisg m esBeri
ment. TsvEff Ust compsjifa to start
from Dover amTfi to make tmsll.tM-
nal,-eight ,fect-ia jiamsier,
acVoll the' bafilSil? ITcef Fr
-.any. starting from Calais,
s&mr .thing, .meeting their English --cotf
- frerHBrme center of the channel; and
then, if this experiment succeeds, the
tunnel is to be enlarged so u to sdsiit
ft"?! of railtay 3to
epm or tne water m the mbmki 78
Bowkere grctr Jtkaa tlg0 feet; it is be
lieved that the ground undeefiCuisr
smooth, unbroken bed of chalk, Should
.u wu ,u uj .., JlisinK sin of saretv sad perpvtuitv
fissures, it miirht be imnoRibl.tajLl A ?A.,i A VlK A fii K t UUJ
this bed be broken bv atv verv deep
the tunnel. But very carelaKsouodings
have made it almost certain thatabsueff-
fiseurcfi exists. The boring of the ex
erimental tunnel is to be deae by '"
machine invented by Mr. Bmton. which'
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?? i?Cuoi,P.caiK me raie oi.
a yard as hour. Thus, in two yeasWthe
ex jm.ti mental tunnel could be completed
and in four more years traiasfiwaid ba
fimuiagiirouicht. !Thsunucl will be.
twenty-eight miles long, for its ap
proaches on each ride must be four miles
from the shores of the channel, in order
to obtain a practicable grade. It will.
run fifty yards below the bottom of itliel
sea; that is to say, it will be 330 feet be
low the surface of; the earth.
"Girls," observes an experienced
Brooklyn matron, "remember that tliose
men make the best husbands who cm
-swallow a -dozen 'baira to an ounce of
butter, without knowing it." v
Sunday School teacher to pupil:
"Now, nrr' little man, can you, explain
to us the cause of Adam's fall?" Little
mrn (emphatically): "Yes, sir, "'cause
he hadn't any ashes to throw on the side
walk." A joang lady in ladana got np at
midnight, foddered te cows, split semis
wood, and got.thc water on to wauh be
fore she woke That's the kind ol a girl
for a man to marry. 8he'd goateome
night andjioe two acres of potatoes.
"No," said ahe, leaning out ot the J
winaow ana addressing herself to' her
back dor neighbor, this morning, "
don't expect to do much hoase dwauaO
rsi T". m
this year 'mil after the Brooklvntflalls
over." -." ' '
English traveler: "As he got up two
horse pistols dropped from his back
pockets." Interlocutor: "But howcoald
J1 lad 'nm rtwo liVse Di4abrl
Third party: "O, he did not mean two
horse pistols; he meant two Coft's pis-
A country newspaper thus heads its 1
report of a fire: "Feast of the Fire:
Fiend The Fbrk-Tongued Demon Licks
with Its. Lurid Breath a Lamber rile!
Arc the Scenes jof Boston Jand Chicago
w xe i&epeaieoi Lioss, f 15U."
United States Treasurer, John C.XeW,r
is onlv 43.
MrsGerirBclknap is the best dressed
Benjamin Butler's cook has" married
3Irs. Senator J one's maid. .sma k-s:
QdVadhD-raiMI JS deadend
Uve pcrmaueaUy at Virgiaia '9Jty;feyV
on Aruiur uuianesa, the brewer, nas
bought Gladstone's London house idr
$75,000 Jo the educatioaal objcetrlle?
. mmo mi-
other day, having a wire at Laasiarbanr
and another at Utica.
tubscribed $2,500 to tbe PhilidelnVi.
that he will double that amo
xi w -u-. k..v r " 't
stj -rrsS: " H-uw
ami. oi may ijaamoeriayaej aged 18,
agausst Joan a. Holmes, ad aa,me
farrawarded plalatisT H,00.
of tim Ch
cago Jeensai, has settled dowa.aaCClsv
.. . , . r , J, oiJ-nrniaasw.)rJerotwegs. In Pans, the
the tunnel. But verv carptaKftminilinrra I ..... '
TmWm aaaaaaaaasaaamaV ja"d aTKf
It is not to be denied 'that affairs is
France have patoa a rirIok withiB
tthe -peit- meafn,- and that decidedly,
favorable to & settled gntwiiauiit. Af'
guingfrom the past, from-French cluur
acter, from the lore the paasantry bore
the Empire, we have iMMicipated ft
speedy tars of the wheel that would
pecuj iuru u uw ftiicei inai would
,bring the yomag Prince iteawrial into
T-promiaeBee and power. W daiH heliew
that tl:e irreat lessoa-of
-.itTTvi. i t - i .
jituu-u jbcj- 8c;:fowa a goou.aeai
of 'repuljlicaii sense for the past few
weeks. The fact is not to be overlooked
that MccMahon docs not believe in tbe
Republic; .that, by Instinct and prejudice,"-
he does bclieya In an Empire;
aa shatwe bave, in fact, a Republic with
an Imperialist 'President Tho perma
at establishment oL the seat of gov-
crninjent at Versailles is the first prom-
moo governed, and nothing bnt grape
siot ever governed the mob. The fact
hatgreat difficulty, was encountered ia
(he adqptou or the Constitution is not
to be wondered at; it is only the history
?m aitcuuuiuuoBauy governea cour.-
X ti 4. A -. - H" "
tfles. Our own wassTinped and" adapted1
withjven. nxire wxangKng, and diasea-K,T...,'ri.-l..i
..! i:l . r-..-'.
owu. auk uum vuic uj wuicn me AS
ee&hlyradepts the document is so large
as to indicate two things a willing
ness to compromise, and a fear of the
Imperialists. Tne corner-stone of a free
eraUidyiraiuent must inevitably
be compromise. Nothing cun bafiloM
without, it. Jpafty willfulness and"-.
jmsa;wJeirn;;t6vicld. Ideals mi
sacrificed. The best must be dewrad.'
And this is what, to an extent, the FrMfh
people are learning. The .motto, m aH
sides is "We wait." A more reasonable
aad placable era has aot been sees since
jthc.Giroadists fell before tho Jacobins.
The provisions of the new Constitu
tion elect the President by a majorkyTdT
bothJlssembly and Senate, and bVaaay
be re-elected, lor a term of seven rairs,
ihaefii'irely. He cad be impcacheoffor
high treason, and any vacancy occarriag
is to be filled by -the Council of 3U
isters. Here is a elorious chiacfl for
corrwption acd a d1ep1ayoTtfBe Freach
eatbusiasm. If ever the machine, shall
be set in motion, an Assembly and Sea
ate elected,; ire JnayHanticipatc any
amount of old English history repeated
State trials and impeachments, before
Jttja'g ovirsmieaV constitution, shall
a to a;eqnUibriuni. But even this
. .v-. w .
ncfm t5Dff ve7 largely. The stronger
irliiirii'roBlI"ty 'hmattdho now trial. of
Jmaerialiaui., TlwiHiiflEes lovcjtHe naxae
-Napoleon. 'Tho capacity shown by
France to pay her enormous war debt
shows that the Empire-meant prosperity
TIth 3Vol9n m patted, tha
pepafaee aad the farmers; they will not
forget it St. Lout Globe.
An uneasy feeling, jpervades society
with regard to its" footmen. It is coafi
dcntially stated that there exists aav as
sociation of Loadoa" footmen, and tbe j
rules of which these -fk!thfui and,at-
JKkM!fi5we bound to atay- la
no puwe ujoder any.circuuKtances for a
longer period than two year! Eieik
-JKtohe change it must
be made. The rules of the association
are like the laws of ths Mcdes andPer-
apciety;tp the heart,; fer not on
mlv are the
Laaificentjcatwafi leafed with 'the
Lslf PsiW 'tuewfiaaamf X:
ers,' but .hej become -he" 2Kssessor3 of
hujju' laaujy secrets, which conwyad
frum one household to another, rend W"
loosen rather than coasolidate the
Hv"s)6idiiif aJactian which unite, or ought?
to unite, every Christian commuai
fa mAaaeatfmeeam wilEdiwal
-& ojuiiolj in.lheumattcr of combiaa-
4uii. Aireuir np is nfTT?r tntiAfwuii
i,a5J C81- -bJHJw warier wd,
wno Jtos-JoasioV makes lese noua ia
waitiagcives far less troublanTafwit
the exceptioe-tSf bis "carriage duties
aa y servant his equal in everv racDect,
lajBsaTdqalall tof poaderbia
tamble example which waemde3sat
HsliaBiiaIsiieJaaiiher of aerv
who combined against tbeM" eraployerr.
Ia the Annual Hauler ef 170it-to L
wha, lately wept, oter wish their masters
tejoiatheEseiisii trooos 3n Gerauav
perqaisitiea, their masters discharead
nm passes to
retara to England; hat tae
W ma mA, Hw m asMaia aw .
It to a popular aotioa that maais lew
faetidioos, as ragards hi food, thaswthe
.owar aaimaU. We oftaa. Icai Ur. J
sertioa that beasts eat nothing hurtful
to them, but that nu'o stomach is
common receptacle for ewxthim. 1
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""r? " UOT . wretaoie or
I :mxB?r1-- .) aytieaeme truth ia
mtHNriMs, iwsm Taaits tadHlgwl la
Ia eatiflf fraitsor any uncooked food
tan fcBMrvaica than any aaimal, but
It to trae that In tbe eadleasnamben aad
varieties of cooked disies set before us
we swallow dowamany abomination
which an alligator would tura ap his
ao at. Aadia this the cook is in fault.
It is a woader that we are not poisoned
outright hy the barbarities ia tbe kitchen.
There 'has .beea for many yews ji war
fare betweea tbe advocatee of vegetable
diet aad theae who maintain that animal
k as eateatial as Teget.b!e food. There
is but one geaeral pricciple: which on
trols this question, aad that is the effect
of food. All food, of whatsoever char-
fM"thvpTOcet'of digejtioa, k sep-
latotaree clemcaU the watery,
Itritiea iad 'the waste, or UBnutntious,
refuse portHX:. All these pass through
tbe whole process ol deglutition or as
similation, aad all are necessary in the
humaa aoooomy, because all play their
npfottiyc part in that economy.
KSPd Consists of azoiized or nitroce-
pfljftionslhiefly fibria and glatcn;
S)!i,B2ed F00. chiefly starch and
firiab iqnantkics of dextriae, sugar
ai laargaate salts, such as carbonates
aWphosphsSs f limo mid soda. The
eiaeats are most abundant i?
food,, aai since these azotizd
art moat nutritious, it follows
that aaimal food is more nutritious.
Thia.fe deductive reasoning, and though
-ts;.aonciuinfeit will bear examiaatida.i
28 interesfhg to note some of the
fconftituent principles in tbe "various lv-
.ticle.wet eaf ,Fpr, instance, the prpoprr
turns of water: Mnshrooma havn 9H
par ceat,; melons, 95; cabbage, 92; milk;
87; pears, 84;pach, 80;4esht.aTarage,
78; potatoes, 78 sweet potatoes, 59;
beaaa, 15; rice, 12; wheat.iomr, SO; Ia
diaa ears, . The himaa system is com
posed largely aboat 78 per caaL-of
water. Tfce whole history of aaimal life,
damoawtrate? that man requires a greater,
variety ol food thaa other animals. The
articles eaemerated above are but mere
wtriaa-aje- used far dbod. No animals I
areiWiad ;that raejaue, or that caa be
iadaced to Teeeive; aaytbiag like so
auny varieties. Heace it is impossible
toJectjaafew articles, 'and to say
that such are all that are necessary for
m?H to xt-, M QlJ powibie to select
inch as ca 'be aude digestible, nutri
tions aad palatable, aad J to so prepare
them as to answer the purposes desired.
It-si farther iatereatias; to aote the
arjoaa ,. proportiaaa af aatritious elfr
iaaattj:jertaia. articles, wit : -Wheat
loar, 10 to 5; flesh, withii about the
aaWtbiit?f -dried peas, dried lekns,
20: rrn ami o . -;. ? vrr-.
30; green peas, S4; rice,; sweetpota-
1 lower than poutoek and vet ftwlar '
absolutely essential to the 'ammasVeeoao-
mfr Agafa, H Ms D,
- m r.i.
t .994 wa
mr P1, ;;
flour about 50 per ceat;
s aecassary, phossaatss-aad ear-
bonates of lime aad sodsjaad
coauaoa salt All the, elsmeate are
csmsaiasdjm feodia .variable aroportioas.
Natare has abaadaatly faraished them,
ooatrivad to destroy amy of fise.isa
portaat ooastitaaas whkh astare ass
tanm'iersstaaflss to aroriae.
It is a dapierable fact that a class,'
arS' aaatarlr iewnraat 'nf tW
si -which are produced in
)olriax the Was is of lorkralfare.
tm rttmiism who are eauaeatly prac-
J aas-lihsaslmj, fsnat thefcat
. artklesm'''ase'are W
.. . j- js.k.
aal' wSIjbI -assswlBsm
I sTIUV smmtV WMNMN
TMWsMsiaMBaV aTasM. kfisfi
fiMd for she table, the mate are simply
abemlaable. Meat that elteeld he'
cooked for hoar are beeegatt the table
hardly parboiled, while see as are oaly )
when rare are deae to ahselwte de-
- atroc'Coa. -It m Mfe to say that ia the
preparauoa of fresh fsh, as a rule, tbey
are aaaaeatia aad iadigestlble. when, It
done aa they shoald be, they for:
of the meet dclectably palatable and aa-'
tritiows af efeee. '
It is well kaowa that young and wall
ST ti -m A im ..
jtiamaaaa aasr un miataeaUfctal W
aaimal food, but it is uselem to dcprecala
etlier articles. The tirade agaiast pork
by would-be reformers has ao good argu
ment to support it The objectioas to
Its uses are In the preparatioBs. and aot
in its nature.
In short, nufil the kitchea becomes aa
thoroughly scientific ia iu system as the
laboratory, anil as practical ia its detail
aad operation as is the countiag room ar
the machine shop, mankind will coatiaae
to be poisoned and it$ life readers
miserable by the abominations ia domes
tic economy. "WathiHgton Ikpubltom.
Clmvez has commenced to execute his
threats. On Sunday, the 8th of march,
at 10 o'clock r. x.. lie aad two of bis
band rode up to tbe station of Nicholas
Littlefleld, on the Paaamlnt road, about
140 miles from this towa. Haltiapr.taey
asked for corn for their horses, acxt for
barley, 35 pounds of which was faraish
ed them, which was fed to their horses.
They then asked if they coald be served
with fcupper, and were told yes. Still
they were slow about dismoaatisg. Oa
dismounting they entered the house, aad
two of them called tor driaks, Chavez
only drinking water. They sat dews,
talked quitly; talked et burke; s pair
of boots; got a quart bottle ef whisky;
occasionally muttered ia Spanish. Oas,
in broken English, agaia asked for sap
per, while another went into the kitchea.
Returaiaij to tbe kitchen, tbe trio' talked f
in Spanish a moment, aad ware iatsr
rupted by tbe appearance of aa Iadiaa
jbttworked around the house at the
door. They invited him in. He paid
bo attention. At this iaactars Mr.
Nicholas came in from the kitchea.
when ihe three Spaniards simBltaaeeasly4)
sprang to their feet, aad with socked
e vol vers presented at the heads of
Messrs. Nicholas aad Littlefleld, ordered
them to throw up their haads, speaklag
iaSpaaish aad hissing oat somethiaf
about "Americanos." Both mea ware
then tied. The robbers also attempted
to tie the-Iadiaa, but then other J&djbjaa.
ridms; ap, they let Tijm go, whea the"
Indiana took to' tight The robbers
thea ransacked the moaey-drswsr, aad
helped taemselvesto gooes te the ameaat
of AlfO. Tbey robbed -a faehevalier,,t
no abuse, no vioisace, ao rough, orer-
aauuagin search of plunder. While
two of the bsadhs
were searcama; OT0rb"dflH htfal detailioar .
ad ta the dose asmTMPT!tUf th fotIt .a
cash,, tbe third stepped
took, two Spencer riles sadaaaot-gaa
from bc saddles,-placing them assi Ihn
doorinconyeniaat posiUeo forbaadliaf.
Mr. Nicholas asked them aot taJsert the
women: Chavez replied sjuistiy, Ne
hurt women ; xabney aU we waat" Thar
remained in the house -aboat aa hear
ua oepsrung. oas reau
some minutes after Chares asm the
robber had left On ssoaetUs; he sasas
catck .me, :may W." Jata4ssT- Us eem
paaieas, the tbrsesnad aw? a gasfapap
Wjow" -ItWywsia metalbw
siHes from tae scene sf: Ism.asbhery be
They are. well moaatad. aid armed
c"l . '
each wrshaievoTver. besidaa Iiw4m
w "a s-
SpeaeT rises aad oaeshofa fa the
party. They "iboVsee shet-jfii? frm
she fssssa."jsassrs.. 'iHtlaiiflJ mmA
xmMfiHiveaaasmaaa xaasa as ass ansa
Mac reed tewmdffsa
they passed my aeMtirelr
ertswamsmJstAswez. la she wilds of
aajjHi ssWasaaBmaara W ameBasssscWV
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ra ! 'a
trfsr Bsir'actrW ahar
hiamrif?. Wit- Wi;!
'Mi J. M.Sfe-ii3ri?P JI
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B- - - mt-r-m
aad armed to
TBv asysHamy sjwffV. CtssfssWafa aMslaW
fajaaarw aifaaaam UsIsja -
amVVDHBmt VaasvsmmmB'aaatmmHmaaams.. r
Tapratrfea at Xadrfd.
Tte mx. impnrtast colfectiea of
tapestrhw ia Europe txlm at Madrid,
--.a I-.- r .. - . -.
arate spectateas. The oldft amoag
them belonged to Ferdlawia ami tmWlla,
Pbibp the Baatifl. aad Char! V. The
series desceads from the s&eesth cn
tary to the pteoeat periol, the lt piece x
haviac beea prodaced at the carpet man
ufactory established by Qhre. II f, at!
Jaadrki, asm,stUlsiiaWstll.V Tte
tapestries are preserved ia the vault of
the palace, and are ia food coadltlntt,
although, from the habit of folding la
steftd of putting tbera upon roller,
creat.es ha,ve in M.veral Itutunce iajurcd
thaSiCaces. During the relen of 0iern '
Isabella it waa the cuRtom to cover the
four sides of tbe gallery on the first floor ' " "
of the palace with twpcitr i.fry
church ftstiraU, at on fete-days of the
Hoyal family,-aad by this aisaUy lVow ...
80 to 100 pieces ware each tim brought .J,
to light. At the revoiHtioa. of 4gS.
these periodical exhibitions were dicu.
tinaetl, or redBced to the rare rejral ccr-,
emoaies oftUsrdgn of AmadeaSt.and.
the tapestries remained alot wholly
shut from went In the dark vmti. ,xt
the palace. ( Juit now, howerw, a few of
these anUtic treasures are for a brief.
time submitted to the cxaaiisstioa of
tlie public, ia the upper gallery of tlc
palace. Niaety ef the finest specimens
We beea selected for exhibitioa, aad
arc huag pa the four walls of, theoeal
lery. f - "
Aifofctiisi-,the fiucit of tbu&i in joiut
of compositloa, are four tapostrics be-
loagmg to the scries of the Apocjlypae
and aaotfior lour caMed "The Virtues and
Vices.w All, of,tbcje magnlcest pices'
are double the ordinary slxe, and in mo
tive aad conception may comjiete with"
the finest pictures of their period. Four
silk and gold tapestries, representing
the history ef the Virgin, are entirely
xorsced with ltle-slxo figures, and thV
heads are. drawn with a delicacy, aad re
aaement worthy of the liest examples, of
or the Itaiiaa pre llaphaellte school!
Another set of Upestne, two In num
ber, represeatiaa: the same subject, na'd
tbrss pertrsyias; tbe life of SjJuha,
Fissaisli ia character, but verygrand.
Oas only of the series of ths. history of
Noah m included in the exhibition. The
fgurss are larger than Ufejasd are iu
the lUliaa style of IUpbael and Michasl
Aaelo, There sre two copies ef pic-
tares by Geroaimo Bosch, aad- four ad
sakabls Grattesolii. ia which th i...
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y" aossai, out la which fruit,, , r,tm
iwwars, aad animals are combiaed in a 'r '.
ssmrmiBf asmpositloa. Other Imper-. . .
taat sasclmeas ia the collection are foar .
tapestries bsloagiag to ths set of screa t
capital sias, .which are, ytr grs4 ia . -J
trsatsaeat; three bsloagiag. to tim JiU- . m j
tory of David, that are beaatif alia 'etl,. . rf
ueioagiM jo tae History, pjti, tmmmt
lejaasf, aaT aiothcr to the lutery.of; -' ri .
Aasas. in the majority of thee tbe ,.
ttory i? related iaa clear aad graphic
mffr vm -. .
Of the aiaa tapsstrias Uksa from tbev ?
cslebrafed cartoeas , Jlsphael, six atene. :.-i &- -s
are sahibitiNL -Thase; aadeahlecliy .he. & m .
ksw to, As aUlseetb cestarTMst their t& smt
,dsaisai aad.soisring are iafssiai ts"tae- ew. t.
oraaaalapUiba g"-"- iriaiiaslit a Ms - -H
9M99: JJ ssjrfeaade ow thrae -
lrMr.)m4K kmz, i jhre tsrtfa - p -o
wJs,U..a,Raparissac desaga. Hat
ss-thisis. it dsssast aVfasW . '
Itha .tapastries by .divjdlas? - ''
Ot the twa set af & .
fem ssswikael'a mt. writimm
staMam tlmeiner' " $4Ja4's'
oasmd tetMpataeear '" wei
JfasVisL , Jt mas ertriaaiHr aW aeoiierW lmm t
t-Ii VU,5jbt,..amergtsmslaatkett t&wp m
iarlrr f ft nras sen htasi Iit - " - 3. .-- A-r
Ui ikUSMte 1
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fi isssad taet ,ie m$ ,tsst;Dasss asbi' ' - - &&
v. .- T. immi-.lcZ
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et iaseias apsm: pa- - mh wg&P
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