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TRIAL OF GUITEAU.
On the eigiitoonth dsy pnbllo Interest In Ihe trial was unabated, and the court-room fM crowded notwithstanding It was the opening day of Congress. The following eight doctors, who hare mado a study of mental disoasos, wore called bv the dofensei Doctors J. Q. IUeman, Charles H. Nichols, superintendent of the bloomingdale (New York city) insane asylum ; Chwlos Folsom, of Boston ( Bamuol Worcester, of Salem, Mass.; W. W. Oolding, superintendent cf the govomment insane asy lum at Washington; James 1L Mclirido, of Milwaukee; Walter Channing, of Brookline, Ultra.; and Theodore W. Fisher, of Boston. A hypothetical qnostion, in which tho points relating to the prisoner's mental condition as sot forth bv the dofonse, including the insanity in his family, and his alleged belief that he aoted upon inspiration, wore assumed to be ma rmrl tn the fnrnffninT and thov were asked whether upon the state of things they thought Guitean was insane. Seven of them repuoa tuai n me propusiuoiu, no u tho man was insano. Dr. Worcester would no) txpross an opinion, becauso ho wanted I nxnlanation of the word Inspiration tha Itr. ScoTUle gave him. Gnitcau constantly rter.irea in mo prucceuiugH. o ucguu u.y sarin? that he wanted the experta to pass npon tho question whether when a man claims he is impcllod to do an illegal act by a power beyond him he is sane or insane. He showed a protty clear understanding of the testimony given, and once pointed out how well it fitted his case. Aa usual ho was Bensitivo on tho question of his mental powors, and was angry when a witness stoke diBConraeingly of his Gar field speech, declaring he would rather be nangRd as a sonsiDie man man auqiuueu t r it fool, lie was also attended by a Question Implying that he was a vulgar criminal. There was nothing vulgar about this case, he ei rlaimed ; it was all high-toned. At the end of Ihe dav's proceedings, when Mr. Sooville an lonnced that ho expected to have President Arthur as a witness, Guitean insisted that 3encral Grant, cx-Senatora Conkling and Tlatt. tx-Govornor Jowoll and others should bo called tn 1mw what was the political situation before the assassination. He also suggested that President Arthur would do well to appoint Smory A. Btorrs as attorney-general. Tho first w itness called for the defense on ffio nineteenth day was Congressman Charles B. Farwcll, of Chicago, who tostifled that he bad bad one or two interviews witn uuitcan, and regarded him as insano; but on cross-ex amination he said Guitean could distinguish betwoen right and wrong. After a short exam ination of George C. Gorham, editor of the Washington Republican, during which Guitean constantly and violently interrupt ed and asked questions, at ono time saying that his counsel, Sir. Scoville, was "getting cranky on this business." tho dofense closed, Mr. Scovillo saying, however, that he expected some testimony from President Arthur and Dr. Bpitzka. Mr. Scovillo explained that what ho wanted to show by tho President's tes timony was that in October last Guitean wroto him a letter on public business, and he im plied that ho regarded this lottor as proof of ihe prisoner's insanity. It was arranged that Ho should sena written quostions to tho I'resi dent. During tho close of tho session a curious scene occurred when Mr. Scoville proceeded to read from Guiteau's book, "Truth." Mr. Scovillo eaid he would have to read tho whole book, and ho was boginning to do so when the ririsonor called out to him: "Do not read it ike a schoolboy. Read it with some spirit." Thereupon Mr. Scovillo proposed that tho Erie oner himself should do the reading, and e proccoded to do so, with rather a poor effort at declamation and with occasional illustrative remarks, such as, " That is the way that Paul got in his work." When a slight diaturbanco was caused by some of the spectators trying to get out, the prisoner commanded ordor and said: " Some of this book is interesting. It is rood religious talk. It will do people good to hear it read." After about threo-quartcrs of au hour spent in this way tho district-attorney in tervened, representing that this was a war-'to of Ihe time of tho court, and as the result o( some discussion it was agreed that Mr. Scoville should tho next day mark tho portions of the book to which ho proposed to call tho attention of tho jury. Gniteau began proceedings on tho twentieth day by declaring himBelf dissatisfied with the development of the facts relating to the politi cal situation, wherein lay Uie gist of tho al legod offense, and he renewed his demand for tho testimony of Grant, Conkling, Piatt, "and those kind of men." lie announced also his purpote to make the dosing snoech for the defense. No answer hav ing been received from the half-dozen 3uooUono aulimittod in writing to 1'rnni ent Arthur the couit said that the defense should have tho benefit of this testimony when obtained. Guiteau disclaimed a wish to bring the Prosidont into court, expressing a high re gard for him and claiming tho credit of havii.g mane mm rrcsment. 'ine prosecution called to the witness stand Genoral W. T. Sherman, who identified the letter that was placed in bis bauds after the shootinsr written bv Gui teau, and said that he suspected at the timo that thcro might be a conspiracy, but afterwards ho concluded that tho shooting was tho act of ono man. Guiteau hero thanked tho general for protecting him with tho military, at which the warrior smiled grimly. Tho pioseoution then put upon the witness stand ten citizens of Frecport, 111., who icBiiucci to tneir intlmato acquaintanoo with tho assassin's father, and declared their belief in his perfoct sanity, which they never hoard questioned until after July 21ast Their names are Edward P. Barton, a lawyer; A. T. Green, a collector; G. W. Tandy, boot and shoe dealer; JJr. v. 1. uuckiey, who had been the family physician of Guiteau's father; 8. D. Atkins, editor Freenort Jtevublican: J. 8. Cochran, a lawyer; G. W. Oiler, a justice of the roace; A. A. Babcock, a lawyer; State Senator u. u. Hunttonaua, ana uoraca raruox, capital ist. Wbilo ono of these witnesses was being examined, the prisoner took occasion to com ment upon the President's message, saving: "I am glad that General Arthur has rapped those miserable Mormons, and I hope he will . do it again. I want him to make it a specialty of his administration to destroy Mormonisni, The message shows that he is a very fine man in his administration. I expect he will give us tho best administration we have ever had. The message has the true ring to it" Uuituau camo into court on the twenty-first day escorted in tho usual fashion-an officer walking in front, a secoud one behind him, holding him by his left arm, under which there was a bundle of newspapors, and behind still another officer. Tho day was more exciting than any recent day of the trial, and the mass of evidence taken was exceedingly damaging to the defense. The first witness called was Mrs. Julia M. Wilson, a cousin of the assassin, a daughter of tho Mrs. Julia Maynard whom the defense had sought to make out insane. Mrs. Maynard was a sister of Luther W. Guiteau, the assassin's father, and the purpose of the defense was, of course, to Bhow parallel oases of insanity in that generation of the Guiteaus. Tho witnoss eulogized her mother with a quivering voico, and testified that she had never seen the slightest trace of flightiness in her conduct. In the course of her testimony Mik. Wilson stated that her father was lneaue bofore he died, and this led to scene between the assassin and his brother. John W. Guiteau rose, and addressing the court asked that the question and answer be stricken out as irrele vant. He protested against having things of this kind, not affecting any blood relation of the prisoner, go out to the world. The dis trict attorney intimated that the testimony was valuable as showing that if Abby Maynard (one of the two members of the Guiteau family who have been members of insane asylums) was in sane, she probably inherited insanity from her father. Mr. Scoville was now on his foet, angrily objecting to any interference by John W. Guiteau. This fired the assassin at once. "I think he's a perfect nuisance," he shouted, banging his fist on the table in front of him, while his eyca gleamed hatefully. "He'd better go back to Boston. I haven't known anything about him for years. He just crawled into this case, and he's try ing to got a little notoriety out of me. I never recognized him aa a brother. He's not of coun sel in this case and don't know anything." Several other witnesses next gave testimony tending to disprove the plea of insanity. This displeased Guitean, who accused some of the witnesses of bias, and claimed that the testi mony of others was irrelevant. President Ar thur's reply to the written questions sent him by Mr. Scoville waa read. The President said be had seen Guitean at least ten and perhaps twenty times, but had no conversation with him eioept to return the ordinary salutations, and once or twioe in answer to his request to be employed as a speaker by the Republican State committee, of which he was chairman. Guiteau had never rendered any political service that the President knew of to the Republican party in the last campaign. There was nothing in the prisoner's relation to himself or to General Grant or Senator Conk ling or any other leader of the Republican party, socially or politically, to give him any grouud for supposing he would receive polit ical preferment, and he had never given Gui teau any reason to think he could have any po litical or personal influence with him. The President added thai in October last lie re-1 eeived a letter from Guitean, containing tome claim to having rendered important set vices to the Republican Trty, and an appeal for the postponement of his trial. Ho did not preserve the letter. The Rev. Dr. Mc Arthur, of New xorK city, or whose church Guiteau and his wife wore members several yoars ago, de scribed his acquaintance with the assai sin and the circumstances under which Guitoau was ex pelled from the church. The prisoner alter nately contradicted this witness outright and addressed him with an air of familiarity. On the twenty-second day the proceedings began with the continuation of the examina tion ol the Rov. Dr. MmArtliur, of Now York, who testified that he had seen no indications of unsoundness in Guitean. The prisoner, as usual, constantly interrupted and used aousive language, at one moment snowing anger at tho witness, at another making an on slaught on a local reporter, and then again at tacking District-Attorney Corkhitl, saying : "If your record was dug up, colonel, it would stink woree than mine. 1 understand you are booked for removal. Yon had better go slow. The President is only waiting to get this thing off his mind before you get your ticket-of-leave. I want the absolute truth about this." Stephen English, of New Y'ork, editor and proprietor of tho Insurance Tune, next detailed all the cir cumstances connected with the prisoner, procuring bail for him while ho was in Ludlow Street jail on a charge ol libel. Ho was interrupted at cvory stop of his narrative by the prisoner ejaculating! "That is not true;" "Confine yoursolf to the facts, English ; " "He got me arrested by actual perjury; " "That is abso lutely false. I can convict yon that you are lying. There is not an insuranco presidont in New Y'ork who does not know that you are a first-class fraud ;" "That is the biggest lie you have spoken. Why, I would not spit on you in the street, yon old scoundrel:" "The insur ance presidents of Now Y'ork would not believe yon under oath, you old fraud." In reply to the question whether he had any doubt as to the sanity of the prisoner, the witness said : " Novor. On the contrary, he appeared to be a man of remarkable keenness ol intellect, be causo ho completely outwitted me. He waa shrewd, active, Intelligent lawyer." Several New Y'ork lawyers woro then examined, and testified eithor as to the. prisoner's sanity or rascality, Guiteau con tinually interrupting in bis usual abusivo stylo. Judge Hawes, of the New York marine court, in whoso oftico the prisoner occupied a desk in 1871, testified that they had never seen any indication of unsoundness of mind in Guitoau. Senator Benjamin Harriion. of In diana, testified that tho prisoner asked him in Washington last spring to help him get office, but tho witness told him he was already overloauou witti applications irom ins own State. Ho had never questioned Gui teau's sanity. Guitean patronizingly said of Senator Hnnison: "iouare a good lellow, Senator. I remember yon very woll. Our con versations were generally social." Tho wxt witness was Isaac F. IJoyd, of New Y'ork, sec retary of the Mutual Life Insurance company. Ho presonted applications for insuranco -four from John W. Guiteau. two from the pris oner, and one from the prisoner's father. The point mado was that those applications con tained negative answers to the question whetbor there was insanity in the family. Upon objec tion by prisoner's counsel the court excluded the applications of the prisoner's father and brother. But the great sensation of tho day was created when D. McLean Shaw, a Now York lawyor in whose office Guiteau had a desk ten years ago, testified that tho prisoner told him iu 1872 that ho (Guitean) was bound to be notorious before ho diod ; that if ho could not get notoriety for good, he would got it lor evil ; mat no wouiu shoot some Of our big men, and would imitato Wilkes Booth. As the story was told, and tho spectators felt how completely it ntteu tiiepop. ular conception of the assassin's character, i profound sensation was visible. The assassin was beside himself with excitement. "You lie," ho shouted, shaking his hand at tho wit ness. "You're a mean, low, dirty liar. I never had any such conversation, you low. dirtv. low-lived whelp. My wii'o and you' know something of each other. Sue told mo vou camo up to visit her. he said, with a grin of pure malice; " I'll show you up." The assassin went on to pour out a torrent of abuse on tliowitnesn, which lasted almost without a break through both tho direct and croBB-cxamination. Mr. Scoville did his best to break tho effect of thn evidence by showing that Mr. Shaw had not allowed the ex pression of euch eentiments to alter his rela- tions with Gniteau, but tho witness explained that he had not really supposed the niun would tlo what lie said. A C In isttnns Farm Scone lu Montenegro. Arthur J. Evans in his account of Chmtrr.as in the Black mountains w'tos : The ceremoay in the church over the congregation wem'.ed their way to their respective hemes, there to find the Christmas roast meat done to a turn, Before, however, sitting down to the festal meal, some further rites had to be performed. First, the Domachitza, tak ing with her a dish containing corn, a cup of wine and a pomegranate, begged me to accompany her to the cattle stall, She then entered the stall set apart for the goats, ana Having nrst sprinkled them with coin, took the wine cup in her hand and said : " Good-morning. little mother I The peace of God be on tliee I Christ s born ; of a truth He is born. Mavst thou be healthy. I drink to thee in wine ; I give thee a pome granate ; majstthou meet with all good luck 1 " She thon lifted the cup to her lips, too a sip, tossed the pomegranate over the herd, and throwing her arms around the she-goat, uttered a blessing. At the end of the service the beauti ful old Slav rite, called the " Peace of God," was performed by the whole con gregation. Every one approached his neighbor and kissed him or her on both cheeks, saying, " Hristos se rodi " (Christ is born)!" To this the other replied: va istinu se rodi (Of a troth He is born)!" and returned the kisses, and this was repeated till each had kissed and been kissed by all present. In Northwest Bosnia, and I believe other districts, it is usual for the house ather, there generally known as Mary eshina, or elder, to take a bit of cheese, and of the Christmas roast meat to be consecrated by tho pope at the end c f the service, and the consecrated morsels are eaten on the way back. Tet for Wuter. A simple test is to cork up a 6mall bottle nearly full of it, in which a piece of lump sugar has been put. If by thus excluding the air and letting it stand in the light for two or three days there is not a milky cloud seen, but the water remains clear, it may be consid ered free from the phosphates with which sewage water is impregnated. To ascertain if water contains iron, take a glass ol water aud add to it a few drops of the infusion of nntgalls, or suspend a nutgall in it by means of a thread for twenty-four hours. If iron be present, the water will become of a dark-brown or black color. Prussiate of potash is a still more delicate test for detecting iron. If a crystal, or a drop of it, when dissolved, be added to a glass of water containing iron, it will immediately become of a blue color. To ascertain if water contains magne sia, take a quantity of the water, and boil down to a twentieth part of its bulk; then drop a few grains of car bonate of ammonia into a small glass of water. Mo magnesia will yet be pre cipitated; but on adding a small quan tity of phosphate of soda, if any magne sia ba present it will then make its ap pearance and fall to the bottom of the glass, in this experiment it is neces sary that the carbonate of ammonia be in a neutral state. A druggist in New lUchmond, Ohio, Mr. E. J. Donham, writes us the following : " I con sider Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup one of the very beet things made. I use it altogether la my jjrn family tod eta therefor rooommB4 it. NEWS OF THE WEEK. eastern and Middle States. A rscrjuAB. disease in the nature of curva ture of the spine, which for want of a technical name has b.n oallcd "Tho Bends," has ap peared among tho laborers in the Hudson river tunnel, li is supposed to be caused by working in compressed air. Tbb attoroey-frongral of Pennsylvania has Instituted additional proceedings to break up tho graveyard instirs.nce business in the State. Jefferson Davis arrived in New Tort ihe other day on an octan steamer from Europe. Ho waa on his way vith his family to look after his plantation in Toiinossee. A company, is forming in Philadelphia to make glucoso from- cassava, a tuber which' grows luxuriantly li. the southorn part of the United States. A kkw counterfeit national bank noto ha Just been pnt in cirrnlatlou. It is a good imi tation of the nve dollar note Issued by (lie Boyloston National bank, of Boston. Tnn rccontly sttspondod Pacific National bank, of Boston, is to resumo businoss. Pasqualb Taccconto, an Italian ragpicker, living in a squalid New York tenement, qnar rcled with his wife, agod only fourtoen years, shot her dead, then killed bin mother-in-law, find followed up bis double crime by desper ately wounding himself In an attempt to com mit suicide. O.nokhio Manuano, a convict at the Sing Sing (N. Y'.) prison, quarreled with a colored con vict named Williams and stabbed him to death. Maugano was serving a life term for having killed his wife, and 'Williams was the third ,,orson whom he liad murdered. Jonjt W. FoRNirr, the well-known Philadel phia journalist, died at his home in that city few days ago, aged sixty-four years. Mr. For ney had been clerk of the House of Representa tives, socretary of the United States Senate and collector of the port of Philadelphia, and had a wide acquaintance among the prominent men of tho day. At the time of his death ho was editor and proprietor of Proqress. A boiler burst in tho Keystone rolling mill, rittsUurg, Pa., completely demolishing the boiler house, and killing one man and seriously injuring ten more. At Haverly's Fourteenth Street theater, New York, the well-known comedian, J. K. Emmet, is playing in "Fritz in Ireland;" at Niblo's Gardon the last nights of the spectacular drama, tho " World," are announced, aud at Haverly's Fifth Avenue theater the "Bond man," a new romantic drama, is performed nightly, with John McCullough in the leading part. A terrible fire which broke out early in tin morning in a frame boarding-house occupied by railroad workmen, at Gibson's station, eight miles from Fittsburg, Pa., resulted in the frightful death of ton mon and severe injuries to ten others, ono of whom died in the hospital tho same night, whilo two or throe more were not expected to recover. The firo originateJ in tho upsetting and consequent explosion of a kerosene lamp. An oye-witness says: " Be tween 2 and 3 o'clook Mr. McCune, the boarding-house keeper, rose and lighted the kitchen fire. Leaving a lighted lamp on a tablo neat the dining-room door, ho went to arouse his w ife and the servants. In his absence the ex plosion occurred and tho dining-room was in flames. Mr. McCune mado his escape with his wife and the servant, and shouted to those upstairs to run for their lives. In Mother moment tho ilamea had enveloped tho staiiway, thus cutting off all means of ccape for the men above except through the small opening at either end, and from these the sliding doors had to bo removed. Tho loft was tilled with straw and combustiblo material used as bon ding, and only those who woro nearest the openings could mako their escape. A rus'i was mado for these openings by tho half-crazed men and a struggle for life took place, each trying to crowd the others out of the way, as only one at a time could bo forced through tho windows on account of their small Bizo. Some of the poor fellows, seeing that all could not cscapo in this way, tried to dash downstairs aud through tho flames, only to meet a horrible death. Tho men had not even time to clothe themselves, so sud.lrn was the alarm and so quickly did the Are mako head way. Those who mado their oscapo Boenied so bewilderel by tho sudden outburst of flunio and the crios of their companions that they riixhod back into the burning building, at tempting to s ivo their property. At this mo ment a crash came. Tbo frail walls, weakeno 1 by tho flames, crushed in upon the uufortuuato men, and their ciiea for help wcro drowned iu the roar of tho flames. In a few moments tho flamoB wore dying away and tho scene that fol lowed was terriblo ShriekB and groans wont up on overy sido from tho poor unfortunates who had been burnod and scorched. Mon with great patches of skin and flosh peelod from their bodies rolled upon the ground iu thoir agony. Half a dozen Pittsburg phyei.-iaiia hastened to tho ecene of tho firo as soon as they receivod word of tho sad calamity and did all in their power to alleviate the sufferings of the living. South and West. A ispan of the iron bridge over the Missouri rivei at St. Ch a-les, Mo., gave way, precipitat ing au entiro train of thirty-two cars into tho chasm. The engineer was killed and several oilier train hands were injured. IIowaro G. Epmvnps was executed at W'ar n n, ark., for the murder of Miss Sallio Wat son, his sister-in-law and daughter of a wealthy pi , nter; and on the same day, at Littlo Bock, Ark., Trunk Hall, colorod, was hanged for the murder of Paul Saunders, also colored. A collision between two freight trains at KiB uiet, Tenn., resulted in the doath of an engi neer, firemau and brakeman. GovEiison Sr. Joun, of Kansas, has ismed a proclamation offering reward ranging from $100 to 500 for the arrest, conviction aud punirhment of persons violating the law pro hibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxi cating liquors. General Henry B. Bansino, ex-mcmber ol Congress for Ohio, died a fow days ago at hit residence near Cincinnati, aged forty-even ycari. He entered the war a privato, came out a general, in 1872 was elected to Congress as a Liberal Kcpublican, defeating Ruthoi ford B. Hayes, and was ro-elocted in 1874. From Washington. Fob tho first time in six years the Republi cans have organized the House of Representa tives. There are now in the Senate two gentlemen who bear the name of Davis, two Camorons, two who bear the name of Hill, two named Jones, and two who bear the name of Miller. DunrN-o the fiscal year 1881 the number of emigrants arrived in the United States waa 69,131. The largest emigration during any preceding year was that of the year ended June 30, 1873, when the number of emigrants arrived was 159,803. Of the emigrant) arrived during the but fiscal year, 210,185 were from Germany, 153,718 from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 19,760 from Sweden, 2,703 from Norway, 15,387 from Italy, 11,890 from China and 11,293 from Switzerland. Tnn state department received news of the death, at Santiago, of General Judson Eil Patrick, of New Jersey, United States minister V) Chili General Kilpatrick was forty-flvi yean old, and during the war was a well-known cavalry leader Id tho Union winy, A Washwotos dispatob says that the lady of the VThite Hons wm be Mrs. John Davis, a daughter of ex-Senator Frellnghoysen, and the wife of President Arthur's private secretary. She is regarded as a very accomplished woman and well qualified for her new social duties. Tins Senate committee on privilege! and elootions has reportod that thore Is no evidence, to sustain the charge of Irregularity and fraud preferred against the return of Senators tap. ham and Miller, of New York. Foreign News. M. RouviEn, tho French minister of com merce, declares his readiness to withdraw the docroe against the Importation of American pork If America would institute a trustworthy system of inspection. Captain Bnownsiao, of the British gunboat London, with ten men in a stoam pinnace, at tempted to capture a dhow flying French colors aud loaded with slaves, off the African coast. The Arab crew resisted fiercely. Captain Brownrigg, a seaman, a stoker and a super numary were killed, and one msn was severely nd two slightly wounded. Ths dhow escaped. Corporal punishment of nogroo In Cuba is to be abolished by the Spanish government The minister of justice declares that slavery no longor exists In the colonies, but has given place to a system of apprenticeship. Jcst before the boginning of an operatio performance at the Ring theater in Vienna one of the leading places of amusement in tho Austrian capital a fire broke out through tho fall of a lamp on the stago. Immediately afterward there was an explosion of gas and thon the audienco, comprising about 2,003 persons, was plunged in darkness. A terrible see 10 of panic ensued. The rapidity of the spraadof the flames prevented the audience from using the ordinary means of exit, and many leaped from tho third story to the ground. The estimated loss of life is 809. Many of the bodies taken out were fearfully disfigured. Huon Havverx, a convict, was hanged at Montreal, Canada, for the murder of a fellow convict. An Exn.osioN in a Belgium colliery resulted in the death of sixty-six persons. LATnn reports state that 100 bodies had been rccovored from tho ruins of the Ring theater, Vienna, and that the loss of life might reach 700. It Is believed that not a eiuglo person es caped from the fourth gallery, and that very few es?nped from tho third gallory. Sinob the recent attempt on tho life of Gen oral Tchovorino, member of tho RiiB.-4ian cab. inet, a sense of increaecd danger is felt in ltui Bia. Severe earthquake shocks are reported from New Zealand. It was brought out in the trial of negli gent Russian police officials in St. Peter burg that there was a fourth assassin named Emil ianoff, who stool on tho Catharine quay with Russakoff and the others on tho day of tho late emperor's assassination with a bomb under his arm, ready to complsto the work if his fellow conspirators should fail. 'You cross, cruel husband 1" she sobbed, "yon have b b -broken mv h-h-heart I" "If that's the case," eaui the o. c. h,, " you will not need the new hat that you were talking about yester day." " Yes, I will I" she exclaimed, with sudden vehemence, " I'm 1 eart whole on that subject" Ph iladelhi i Sun. An exK'onsul of Great Britain, says llie Brooklyn Eagle, related that Mr. Charles Townsend, Sedalio, Mo., wa cured o' rheumatism of the wort kind by St Jacobs Oil. Indianapolis (Ind ) .Sentinel The aggregate of income liable to in come tax in England has arisen from 82,225,000,000 in 1870 to 82,890,000, 000 in 1880. The Ottawa (Kan.) 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The total area of bog in Ireland is estimated at 2,830,000 acres, nearly one-seventh of the cn'iro surface of tho island. Hccr A fieri the Kidney. and it may seriously iilierl'ero with the henlth unless promptly counteracted, and for this pur pose U amor's Safe Kidney anil Liver Cure has no equal. It corts $75 in California to prepare an acre of land and grow grapevines to the period of jiruuuuiiou. On Thirty Days' Trial. The Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send tbeir Electro-Voltaic Belts and other Elec trio Appliances on trial for thirty days to any person afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, and kindred troubles, guaranteeing complete restoration of vigor and maubood. Address as above without delay. P. a - No risk is incurred, as SO days' trial is allowed. Fon dysphasia, indigestion, depression ot spirits and general debility in their various forms, also as a preventive gainst fevtrsnd ague and other intermittent fevers, tho FERRO l'UOSPliOBATED ELIXIR OF C'AUSAVA BARK, mado by Caswell, Hazard A Company, Now York, and sold by all druggists, is the beet tonic; and for patients recovering from fever or other sickness it has no equal. For a Christmas present buy one of the Mass. Organ Go's Harpettes, and your children will be delighted and give yon musio in your own borne these long winter evenings. , , . Rough on Rats." Ask druggists for it. it clears out rata, mice, roaches, bed-bugs. He, The Science of Life, or Belf-I'reecrvation. a medical work for every man young, middle aged or old. 125 invaluable prescriptions. Habassimo D&eams. Excitement of the brain and nervous system is the direct cause of sleep, lesaueas, as also ot harassing dreams. Veoe tlnb ha a peculiarly soothing effect in all such cages, taken just before going to bed. Ah Enormous Trajtio. Pittsburg boasts that 819,716 bottles of Carbolike have been old within the nast six months. This shows that the great army of bald-heads will toon be- reauceo to a corporal's KHWO A BW Tlne4 vrilh Teltow, That is, abnormally so, is the outward and visi ble sign of a lack of regularity In the perform ance of the bile-secreting fnnotion, and that the biliary fluid has strayed from its proper channels, Impeding digestion, disordering the bowels and producing aggravating internal dlsordor. No time should be lost, under such cironmstances, in resorting to tho standard anti-bilious remedy, Hostotter's Stomach Bit ters.tho good effects of which is in nothing moro conspicuously shown than in its reformatory action upon the great bilo-sccreting organ. Renewed activity, when the liver is sluggish, a rceular action of the bowels, tho dis.mnuarancn of sick-hoadaches, heartburn, flatulence and pain in the. region or the organ principally dis turbed, may bo anticipated with just confidence by any biliorn subject who begins nitli a course of this peerless regulator, and debilitated or norvous sufforers experienco the greatest bene fit from its tonic influence, while its efficacy in rheumatism and kidney weakness is equally well authenticated. TnB oldest man InTpublio lifo In the United States is Dr. Uriel Forrell, member-elect of the Virginia legislature from Orange who is in his ninetieth year. THE MABKtTS. s HEW YORK. Beef Cattle-Mod. Nat live wt. Calves Good to Trime Veals. . 6 ftj Bhoep 8V Limbs tfiS liogs Live. 8 Dressed, city 1$ Flour Ex. State, good to fancy 5 65 8 Western, good to choice 6 05 9 Wheat No. 2 Roil 1 42fJ 1 No. 1 White 140 1 Ryo -Prime State 97 cVj 1 llarloy Two-rowed Stato 90 (A 10' 9: r.l 7t iy. 00 00 41 01 90 y, 73 50 62 95 80 29 50 30 60 42 32 36 23 11 82 87 05 Corn UngradodWostcruMixed 65 Southern Yellow 72J Oats White State Mixed Western 4!) Hay Med. to Trime Timothy. 80 d$ Straw No. 1, Rve 75 Hops State, 1831 21 CS Pork Mess, new, for export. ..18 25 13 Lard City Steam 1125 tail Refined 1160 11 Petroleum Crude 6VJ Refined 1 Butter State Creamery 27 & Dairy 21 Western Im. Creamery 30 Factory 12 Cheese State Factory 9 Skims 8 Western 8 Eggs State and Penn 30 Potatoes Early Rose.Mtate.bbl 2 02 2 BUFFALO. Steers Good Shippers 5 40 5 Lambs Western 4 0J 5 Sheep Westorn 3 2 ) 4 Hogs, Good toChoico Yorkers. . 5 90 C Flour C'y Ground, No. 1 Spring 6 75 7 Wheat No. 1. Hani Duluth .... 1 55 1 Corn No. 2 Mixed 68 Oats No. 2 Mix. West iH Barley Two-rowed Stato 90 BOSTON. Beef Extra plateand family.. 14 50 13 SO 50 00 25 55 63 i,0 Pd 00 i 'J 00 00 75 57 10 40 32 50 6o nogs lAve 64'a Hogs City Dressed 8V'$ Pork Extra Prime per bbl.. . .Hi 50 17 Flour Spring Wheat Patents. . 8 00 9 Corn Mixed and Yellow 72 Oats Extra White 55J Rye State 105 1 Wool Washod Comb A Delaine 4 yt Unwashed " " 31 WATERTOWN (MASS.) CATH.E MARKI.T. Beef Extra quality (j 75 7 Shoep Live weight 3 Lambs 5 Hogs, Northern, dressed 7?4 rmt.AiKi.i'iiu. Flour Penn. Ex. Fainilv, good 6 50 0 WheatNo. 2 lied 1 1') 1 live State its (,t, Corn Stato Yellow 71 Ontu Mixed 4'.' Butter Creamery Extra I'a. .. 42 Cheeso New York l'ull Cream. la.'j Petroleum Crude fi Refined 7 50 41 M 71 4!) 12 y.tU 7 7J FACTS ABOUT UMBRELLAS. Antiquarians sny that the umbrella was In rented shortly afler the .lood, nml Iirs been the least Improved upon of all appliances for human comfort, the .shue beiiiu now as Huns in those youthful days of the world. An umbrella is much like a pigeon ns to tho question of posses sion the )ut one who ci ts it owns it. The fol lowing facts about umbrellas especially the last one may servo every reuder a splendid purpose sooner or Inter: To pWo your umbrella in a ruck indieatcsithat it Is about to rbnnRC owners. An umbrella enrried over a woman, the man petting nothing but drippings of the rnin.indiratcseourt shlp. When the man lins the umbrella and the woman the drippings, It indicates ninrrince. To curry it at right angles under your arm signifies that an eye is to be lost by the man w ho fallows you. To put a cotton umbrella by the fideofaniec silk one signifies that " exchange is no robbt'rv." To lend an umbrella signifies that "1 am a fail." To carry an umbrella lust high enough to tear out men eyes and knock off men's hats, signifies " I am a woman." To go without an umbrella In a rain-storm shows I am sure of getting rheu matism, and will have to use St. JacousOii, to get well." To keep a fine umbrella for your own use and a bottle of Et. Jacobs Oil always in the house, in case of rheumatism or accident, would equity mut juu arc rcui puuo&opuvr. The following communication to the editor of the Salem (Mass.) Jtenietcr shows how an artist treated hisvisitor: 41 1 would have accepted your kind invitation to visit you in your new qunrters w ith pleasure before Hits hud not my old enemy, .nr. itneumaiism, pounccn on me fo sunueniy. He arrived lost Friday, and, without stopping to send up his curd, rushed la and grasped mcby the hand with such a grip that in a few hours my hand and wrist were so badly swollen and painful that I felt as though one of Mr. Hatch's coal teams had run over me. Mr, Rheumatism has been a constant visitor of niino for several years ; be always swells and put on a great many airs, making himself at home, devouring my sub stance aud leaving mc poor in flesh and pocket. Ijist winter be came and stayed two mouths. I then decided that the next time he came I would change bis diet. I was somewhat at a loss w bnt to feed him with, but finally concluded to give him three tquare meals a day of St. JacobsOii morning, noon and night. This face bo is dis- f usted w ith, and is paekingnp bis trunk and w ill cave by to-morrow or next day; says he cannot (top any longer, as he has pressing business else where. Ho is a treacherous fellow, and he in tends visiting some of our t-alera friends; if he docs, just give himthesumefurctb.it I did and he won't stop long. J. S. Lefayovr. N Y S U 30" P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE. ICTORIAL HISTORYvvORLD EmlirarinK fU nd mitlirntie arconnts nf evrry nation ot annt-nt anl motU-ru tiriHn, unl in'tuliiitf r ry ol the ri" anl tall of the (ivek and Komim l.m, rv, ti.e miMle nuts, the miMad-, tli fiiflal MKiein, tl,o n lornmticn, tbe discovery ami ft ttl1 uiont ot the New World, etc., ett It contain fin ttistoriral Piii mvinpH, and in the most contlHn UiKtnry ot the World ever Hihlinhed. Send for hpo i men yticon and extra Utihh to Amenta. AddnwH NATIONAli l'UliLlSllINii CO., Philadelphia, Pa. FLORIDA! Atlantic Sl Culf Coast Canal & Okeechobee Land Co. of Fla. Issue ol 50,000 Shares of $10 each at par. With hotium qf 40 tier for tarh l hirt. from tlniice tftffth of the "JttHhton purttt.' OKI'K FS Third ami hininui Nn.f I'lilln bourn. 111-113. Detailed rr.ifluctutt with dubcri,itive map mailed frecjo apHicautn. A BEATTY,H TlANOFO IITES -Masniflcent bomlay prenU ; square Kruutl pianoforte nur vt-ry ban'Jnme iounl corners, rosewood cut-i-ti three tiiittoitB. Ueatty's match let iron frames, atool. book, cover, hi'X.'t, 75 to '.117.50 1 cilaloaue prices. to tiuoo; satisfaction guaranteed or money refundd, after one year'kjiue; l urUlii 1'lniir.forteH. fri to $2fi5: cata logue prices f."Ou to $H0o; standard pianofortes of ihe uni verse, an thi'iisandi testify; write for mamiiioth list of tes timonials. ItcHlty'a I'nlifficl O IW A N S cathedral, church, chapel, parlor, .'JO upward. Vis'.lo welcome; free carriage meets panseiiKers; illustrated catalogue (holi day edition) frre. Alilrt-gaor call upon UANItCL P. 1IEATTV, Wasui.ngtos.Nkw Jekse. The friends ot tbe Davenport (Iowa) Academy of Soiences claim that that institution possesses the on It evidence that has yet been discovered that the mysterious monnd builders had s writ ten language. It has in its museum two inscribed tablets which were found in some of the mounds, and which have attracted attention from American and European archreologists. Mr. Prett, late president of tne academy, believes that the evidence of the genuineness of the inscriptions is sufficient, but the fact must be regarded as still very much in question. Vegetine. I VI CURED. NEURALGIA. IT. Wasitikoton, Win., NoTcmber IS, 1870. 11. H. Stkvens, Kmj., IIoston: . ilcar Hir-Hvinfct lie a (treat sntTerer from JNu raltiiti in my ncnil, I wns lndrirod to try VEormiK (from ni iiiRlt al vert lwil in Gorman paper), and after nuiiiR not ipiitp one bottle am cured. I nave no lieBilnlton insaviiiR it in the bent medicine I ever ued, and take pleasure In rooommendtnc It to other. Yours, CHA8. ORAF. I know Mr. Ornf ami ran Indorse the above. I have sold Vkoktisk for Borne time, and it has piven pood catisfaetiou. M. AN'DIEH, bruggist. LostMone3- with Doctors DYSPEPSIA. CnATTASOOQA, Tenn., April 3, 1878. H. n. Ptfvfns, Hontos: Dear sir Having reeeived yonr vioetimb, snd boiiiK troubled with A';e;".an(l havinu lostaurcat deal ol monev with doctors, thev doing me no good, 1 thoiivht it would be well for mo to try your VroB. TrNE, and found it to be better than all the medicine tho doctors pave nte. 1 strait always keep it In the house, and would recommend it to all troubled witb tho above discape. I am your well wisher, JSO. W. GALVIN t Have Not Had a Chill Since Using Vegetine. FEVER AND ACUE. BrnraoriELD, 111., July 2t, 1876. II. R. Sif.vfxs: I)e.ir Sir I'or pnvoral voara I nave boon Bnfferin(, from ft r, r a:ni A't'te. ItuvoUfed Quinine and other l.oinon ir.s nifdieii;'- tolirvak up the chill?, until my Kpn r;tl iit-dili Wnm' inor. Vinally, through the advit! of utrirnd who lind used your Vegetine. J tut it, hi id it worked on tnv svHteiii HI? a c.'rw. I havt ii"t h;i 1 a rhill nii:re I commenced using thn Vkgetine, and inv hiNilth and strength oro rapidly inn-r .tvinn. I regret t ti;t I had not hoard of tho Vkc.fiink lmiu a;jo, I Ih Iipvo it would have nave d much MitT-riii;; ;md oxi-enfo. Vory ren-wvttully, MltS. ASN OUKEN. VcijetmejsSold by All Druggists. WE BS T E R ' S U N A B RID G E D . In Sheep, Russia and Turkey Bindings. Now Edition of WEBSTER has 118,000 Words, 3000 Engravings, 4600 Now Words & Meanings, and Biographical Dictionary of over 9100 Names. Get the Standard. rflTTT". Standard in the (iov't TrlntinR JL X&XIi Clltiee, 32,000 copies in Pul.liu Schools, sale 20 times as lurga as tire sale of an;' other. TJTTICjrfl aid in a Family, in helping Its IB 'a 7y memliers to beemnn intelligent. ltest aid for TKAt'llEKS'and MCIIOLAIW. in KCUOOLS. ft TTLVI! Most aeoeptable tol'nstor.l'up. SjrJL. JC X nt, Tea. ln-r, liihl, Krlendt fir Holidays, Ilirtlrday, Wedding, or anv other occasion. Published by 0. A C. 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T.ilvK MiimrlNK AMI DIE. WEAK 'iWll.. ioi " AMI i.ivi:. 11KW .MIK ill'' i K.M I'S. Hn;rim niriilPlils nrc; or tin' m.irki t. Tin " 1 1. SON I A " is nliuMi'.l Willi nii'lailic yrli uli.iwin;,' llm lm-talR on tlif lm''. All ol lifts iiiv Ir.iu,!. Si-mi lot- iiiiiiii, hi, -tn ,-ont.iiiiiiiii t-t.l iiitoiinu iP'iu II, r In -t iwnpio iu Aim nra w bo 1i:ih Im'i-ii cur -it nM-r all lm-uis ot luviliciue bal tailed. Nott our ;'.,Mivf-Kes: .no. i i i.tun KTiin-rr. nnooKLTK. Ml. i;:l.-. liltOAilU AY, ) Nil. I.I.IT lll.'O VHWAV. J-N'EW VOI.'K Nil. JIM llllllll AVK.J no. 4i I'Ooiii'ii M i:i:i.r, Ni:.n miinii Kl( i I It'll Mill: 1. 1', lilipKIANtK1l:. A NEW NOVEL Jlylhu Amlior i f "OXK SlMMl',1!." AUNT SERENA. !? UuAScnic AVixus Uowiud. 1 vol., 1jiu. ?l.2.r. " A miudi fit ronper novel than 'One Summer The Oiinviis iB oroader, thero aro niottj cbanii tei-s, t!ie thcino i m-tro comilex. and tiiere is tho same liret'zv, healthy toucand oniot humor whieli m:irliMl iMiss Howard's earlier wortt."- Jinnton I'vareUer, JAMKS K. OSiatOH & ( ., Hoton. PENSIONS.. faibers, mother 01 tinHron. 1 hfiutniidsTet rntith"t. ronBinnapiTen or ' i niiscr.toi'.fye or rui'iiirc.vancuBi tcidi r tiny Jtea-e. Th"i-untis f jeimrrtrr!i ani t.ii. rs fi.titlJ tu IM'ltUAfcR uuu iiOl'NT Y. I'ATKNTK prticun-il f- r lnvent.m. Koldiert l.ir.J w;irrants prumretl, linnpht nu J H'ld. Botdierj nml heirs ai'ijr f-r yiir rirht nt i-ne". fiend 11 itaror-i f.r "Th fitir'n-Soliiirr." and Poosifla and lldiinty lwa tlankn nml initructiort. W e canreferto thfitisnndB i f P.-nf.icmr-T rind ( Hf nts. A ldrei N. W. 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