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Miscellaneous. QUEEN MARIA OF NAVARRE
A Cowardly Sovereign's Revenge.
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On the 14th of December, 1635, Queen
Maria, the beautiful consort of Kinu Phil
ip III, received a letter wbicr.i caused" her
the most intense anxiety and uneaHitiess,
She read and re-read it. Stamping with
her beautiful little foot, she exclaimed
H" Who can have sent me this insolent
epUie?" . '
She read It once more aloud : '
Makia op Navarrk To-morrow your
DWDanf, wno aoes not rare a ng tor you,
will inflict a deadly insult upon you and
the country from which you come." And
you, Maria, will not have the spirit to
rexentf it. The eyes of the people of
Madrid are upon you. If you value your
iiunur you win uo Borauuiing to pro'BHi
brumbi f tulip's malignant schemes.
When the clock strikes eleven to-morrow
morning your fate will be sealed,! unless
yoasiiow some spirit, winch you will
hardly do. Your uncle, Henry I IV, of
riui:, ooiu uih conscience ior a crown
and justly met a Dremature death. Un
leas yon assert your dignity to-morrow
Maria of Navarre, your husband. King
Philip the Third, who is tired of you, and
who has long since sought the gratifica
tion of his armorous desires in the arms
of an Andalusian beauty, will gladly pre
pare foi you the fate which Pliilip H. of
accursed memory, prepared for the blonde1
and pale Elizabet h of France. Will you
ute warning f we are afraid you will
The signature of this singular letter
consisted of three crosses, surmounted
by Unsheathed dmurers. : ' !
Queen Maria put the letter iiito her
Heaving bosom and rang ber bell. A
duenna entered. , ' I
"Dolores' she said, "I feel unwell
send for DA Desmartine " i' r.i
The duenna made a low bow. . 1 ' ''
"Your Majesty," she replied," is not
is not aware, uerlians. that Dr. Desmar-
tins, having incurred the displeasure of
uia Majesty, tne lung, is now in one ol
tne subterranean uungeonBOt this palace
iV And ?" asked the Queen, in breathless
"And he is to be executed to-morrow
morning at eleven o'clock, in front of the
executed r gasped tne yueen. "My.
tea her, my phvbician, my friend ! This
is too horrible?
ir.. i.l,...lH ! .
Oh, I)e lores, send for
. "Alas I your Majesty.' ' Valdevin, too,
is to suner.deatn to-morrow morning."
"For what ?" (jrjeij h&l QubesJn M
"Hia Majesty replied Dolores, "has
reason to believe that all your attendants
iroin JNavarre have conspired against his
lite, so that yuu. might marry .tne hand."
some Duke of Lepanto, of whom every
body thinks -you are enamored.".'';' '."
'Ah, me I'' slmexelaimed when alone;
"why did I set foot in this accursed coun
try?, Why did I accept the hand of thin
ugly; disgusting King or Spain, compared
to whom the monster Philip the Second
was a true gentleman 7 . Now, he has got
an Audaluxian woman upon -whom he
besitfws his loathsome cart-esses. .Whp
can she be? I do not trust Dolores; he
is deceitul in the highest dtrree. ' But
let m efee'J here is, young Uernandez,
the lieuteuuutVui tle pal ce guard. 1
kiioW he admires me, and he1 will do
anything foj; me.if 1 ',)ftly .'.smile upon
him."' '"''.'. ' .,',
Tne1 beautiful Queen quickly threw olF
her rich brocade dress,, and put on a
white lace.wrapper.wlnch made her look
more charming than 'ever. Then she
opened the dour and looked out into the
loni; corridor. At the end of the latter
sheiaw. a hansome yqung bfiket.,.!
It was Lieutenant Jblernandt'ih the man
she wanted to seak to. J She beckoned
to him and be hastened to her with the
utmost alacrity' 1 v... . .A
t" Your. Majesty ,'.'. he said, seizing her
hahd.; - ' '';".' ,;
. She smiled Upon him in the most se
ductive manner and allowed him to kiss
her hand again and again. At last she
aaiil 4 r.- . --i
' Benor Hernandez, will you do me a
fevor?" ni 1 'A
"Oh, your Majesty," he cridd enthusi
astically,"! will die for: ypu Jf you bid
me do so." ! '. .inn., ji i. n
"For that you are too young and hand-i
some," she replied, stroking his hue black
hairi In bis veins flowed the hot blood
of Castjle. - Maria ol Navarre was ag-ead
beauty,' and when she wanted to accom
plish something she could madden the
coldest of men. What wonder, then,
thai this infLimable young lieutenant rof
the royal body guard clasped the seduc
tive Queen 'in his arms and told her
again and again that he loved her?
"Its enough now, Hernandez," said
the Queendi!engagihg herself from1 his
arms. ,i"And now tell me one thing.",'
'VVhatis it. voiir JVlajenty t:
. "Tell me, has his. Majesty, the King,
'Shall. I tell. you the truth, dearest
Queen?" 'a"'V' ' ' '
' If you have the slightest regard for
me. Hernandez, vou will tell me ail."
I'Kuo'w; then, Queen Maria. '. that the
Kiim is in love with Donna Esmeralda
de Spoleda, the daughter of an Andalu-
siau nobleman". , ' "' '
Where does stie live, Hernandez ?"
At Hth lblalie de M.inzaimres." , ,
'VerV weli."' Row I ask yoa to 'do'-B
service to Bie',w .tt ci - t,iik i'u i , l'i2:
The lieutenant bowed. t wrxo in t .;).
"You .ehalL Jirreat tola'' ,womMI." pro
ceeded ..the Queehi imperiously, "and
bring net-before me without delay."
The lieuienatlt-wae( somewhat' per-
piexed upon Teceiving this order. 77
"Your Majesty," he stammered.
"Have you heard my xrder, lienteri'
"But what will his MajefcfyiSay 7't 1 1
"Leave that to me, benor Hernandez,
said the Queen proudly. "I shall pro
tect you. Now do what I have told you."
Halt an hour later a beautiful woman
was ushered iuto the presence' of tu
Qneen. She was one of those voluptu
ous brunettes of whom so many charm
ing specimens may be loUnd in the glO'
rious old province ot Andalusia s I I
'Are you Donna Esmeralda de Spole
da?" said the Queen. ,
"1 am, your Majesty," replied Donna
Esmeralda, fearlessly looking up" to Ibe
ln " 1
Queen. - 1
They say that you are the mistress of
my husbaud," continued the Queen,
looking her lull in the lace.
Douua Eonieraldo dropped her eves.
"Have you nothing to say?" asked tbe
Wueeu.... , , ...
"Your Majesty," replied Donna Es
meralda, "it has always been considered
an honor for Spauish woman to recipro
cate the affections of the King."
' A line getiiinient, indeed I' cried the
Queen. MDo you know what I am going
to do with you?"
"1 otnnot expect any mercy at your
Majesty's hauda,aid pouna Esmeralda,
resignedly, u ' ... .... ,
" "Ub, don't think that I am like your
Span 18b. '.murderesses. All I nhall do
wuh'you will be to lock you up tor tne
reu.ahrtter of your lite iu a Convent." -
"And, what is td beoome of my cbll
dreii ?'':Uiid.Douna Eauiemlda, clasping
her band in despair. 1 "' ' ; --i
Ti tttzt : .,t. -.
4 "Are Miey my
the Queen, with withering Bar-
' ) J IT 'I' '1 1
hey are?" fried D"una Estner-
alda, in a towering rage t'They are' his
Children, and vou. M iriaof Navarre, you
are beautiful, but the curse of Qod is upon
yon.'l t T r f fr -1
1 The Queen eni h4r to the Convent of
the tlnlv Sisterhood; where the iinfor
nate woman was treated With extreme
cruelty r ' ' ' t
' Then she dismissed Hernandez, re
wardinir him, however, previoiihly with
an armorous glance. No sooner was she
alone than she diew from her richly
wrought bureau, a small dauger.
"There Is poinon in the point," she
muttered, "and if I have to stab him he
will die. Ah I he should die, tbe dastard
She put the dagger into her bosom and
nod went toward the King's apartments
In front of the ante room she was met
by Philip's boon companion, Don Eta
ban La Cruz. He was under the influ
etice of liquor, and rude y accosted the
Wueen : - '
"By the powers of St. Christiana," he
said, "what gives us the pleamire of see
incrthe beautiful Maria of Navar e?"
f'Stand aside, lienor." she replied
haughtily I ."I want to see his Majesty,
('Not so faBt, your Majesty," he replied
itiBolentlvt the King Iloes not want
to; see you. He has im-tructed. me to
keen you away from him."
Tne Queen drew the dagger from her
bosom and staobed Don Esleban in the
- "You willldie of that wound, villain,"
With a horrible outh he sank to tbe
floor,, while she sailed proudly into the
rhiiiDill was not a little startled upon
beholding his beautiful consort.
"What 1 gives me the pleasure.' he
stammered, "of stei'tig your Majesty?"
VI know it is ho pleasure lor you to
see me," replied the Queen, coldlyj1 "but
I nave come to asx one ravor of- you."
What-wilt?" , o, :; f,".,w;
"That you! release immediately Dr.
Deamartlns and the other, attendants
whom I brought with me from Navarre."
"Ihey are traitors, and they shall die
to-morrow morning in your presence,
Maria of, Navarre."; 1
"Shall they 7" she exclaimed. "But I
have still1 another favor to ask at the
hands of your Majesty. I hear you have
a mistreat- ap Audalusiau woman." .
The King smiled a sardonic smile.
"Will you send ber to a convent to
please me ?" I
'flu!, -never r 1 1
"Well, I sent her there."
"How dare you ? Don Estaban I Don
"Don't call him, your Majesty: he is
"Dead (" echoed Philip; mj consterna
Yes., dead.'? said .the Queen, with
flahhingeves '. "tfieSt OUiidrel insulted
me, and I struck him with 'his poieoued I
dagger.' .'..'.'.', '''J.''.....'.'...'. "'"J.'.'.''::'' f ' -'- '-J- -"v !
1'iien. snddxitly runhiug at the Kii'g
ith the uplifted weapon, she ..cried
'And I will rut von, too. you miserable.
owardiv wretch, if vou do not concede
all that 1 ask. .
The King nfered 8' cryof.terror'and
dodged arouuu me lauie in a. manner ue
cidedly incompatihle:with-iwtilian dig
"Will vou pardon my Navarre attend
ants? baked the Queen. 1 -r oif
'Yes, yew ; to-morrow I will." ' ' '' 1
"Not to-morrow, now.? ',.!!.t
The King wrote in a trembling han
an Order lor the release of- the doomel
Ulfll. 1 ......
; "It is notsuflkient," said the Queen
you must attach,to it your royal seal
i He did so, 1
"And now I want a paper from y
giving me a safe conduct to Navarre.
You are going to leave me, aiana,'; ne
exclaimed, iu cousteniation,.
I am. and t-hall always look upon yofi
with loathlhg and conteinot."
The King diew up the second paper,
Ma'ia returned 10 her natlye country
and Philip the Third vented his ill hu
inor by Neudiug thousands of heretics to
. Illl-linril I'd (till llren I"'
DOG AND A MONKEY FIGHT.
Side Show at a Nevada Race Track—The
The race track was yest rday enlivened
by a very attractive programme, in which
a right bet ween a dog and a monkey was
me, jeaoing i-peqiaiiy, , niiue iubbhiubo
mont whs progressing a 8 ranger hove Id
siht with a small black doyj and isaun
tered upto ajpost npon which, the mou
Key .watt uahaiug iu in 15 nuu.v ,xu u vui.
Ward appearances the monkey was dead,
and seemed to have bei n hung on the
nostto keep him but of tbe 'way uof. the
oniukens. The stranger moved up to the
monkey and poked the Melons animal
with his'Cane. ' At rhetonch of the stick
the animal a legs swung back and lortn
ithnut volition on their part.
"When did this monkey die?" asked
the rt ranger of a small boy.
Belore the boy could turnish an ex-i
pluiiHtion of the monkey's taking off, the
niam uog came up auu Biiiueu inu am
inal's tail. .. The next thing any bo'dy knew
was the fact of the monkey Bitting astride
the dog, and the dog howling aud squeal,
ing like u neglected candidate.. Tje innii
kV v had fallen tin him like a 'cloudburst.'
and immediately tlx wildest excitemeut
prevailed The era d was on hand at
once, and Daggett, rushing about and
Uiuri8hiug;au..liulneuse caiietl.autelt a
inAdtur rf nuruiiirmiuU unrl f .Iiia. iMtAivai fr
'iitflling out a baudfuf of twenties, wahted"
to, Ify odds oh the luohkey.jj.As ,sooh. h
the dog recovered from his 8iir)nne and
realzed the suraewljat impqrtifntfafctthat
the monkey was one uf. the quick iimtead
or the dead he rose to-itienituauon.ftnd
however, got Uie.dog bv .tlientollar,;;an(
then-winding his tail -around the post,
held, him With: a! pretty substantial grip
ore badd and4 cuffed bim vigorous. y
with the other. Under this treatment
toe dog howled for niercy and tugged and
scratched nhtil tbe collar gave way, afier
which be started for the back yaro with
the lip of his tail cnrled under his legs
like a cresent , The stranger who owned
(Ije dog stood by a passive ami astonished
spectator of the scene, and w hen the dog
d disappeared and theu onkey resum
ed bis state of torpor on the top of the
post, the boy supply remarked, Don t
act like be yWa
ywas dead." Virginia Lily
SUDDEN DEATH OF A SCHOOL BOY.
A special telegram to the Inter Ocean,
from Milwaukee, says : "A great sensa
Hon was caused to day in the Plankinton
Public School by the sudden death of a
pupil in the primary grade, named Her
ben Booth, sun of Geoge Booth, a carpen.
after punishment by a teacher, Miss
Sarah W. Chapman. The boy had been
guilty ol misconduct, and was taken out
the hall and struck in the palm ot the
hand with a light rattan four or five times.
sobbed his way into the school room,
a0dJlLlTl2Jejry)ty seat near the one
Denver, and all polnu ln Colorad. New
Arizona and the San Juan Mlnet. Tbe
Dine of Pullman Sleepers oa the continent
tbe ifiuourt Klver and the Rocky Mouo
r f llhout change. Bpailal round trip tour
wfckeu fro u the Miuouri Rwr to Demer at
jood to atop off at all polnta. Addrea,
T. J. ANDERSON, Gen. Pass, Agt.,
ANNIE AARONSON'S ROMANCE.
A Story of Love and Desertion from the
Tombs—A Beautiful Jewess's Sad History.
The New York Evening Exfresf says:
"It along story, sir,'' said Annie Aaron
son to an Exjifss reporter, who called
this morning at the Tombs.
."I met Caspar about four years ago, in
his brother s store No, sir, we are not
married, but we lived together as in in
and wife, I've had three children by
him; two of them are dead; this one is
the only child living, it's a buy. The
first trouble between us was that I sued
him for $20,000 damages. What for ?
Why, for slandering nie! I withdrew
from the case, because he implored me
I got a requisition, for the. maintanance
ol my child, but Casper destroyed it, and
1 couldn't get arother. Then he agreed
to allow me two dollars per week, which
he paid for about three months; then he
stopped, and 1 went to him for money.
I was working ad a milliner's saleswoman
and I had to place my child out to board,
and when the baby. g6tsick the woman
refused to keep it, I met him on the
sheet, and then he charged me with
throwing vit iol over him, but Justice
Bixby discharged me, because nothing
was loUnd on me. No. sir, I had no
vitriol about me Then he again prom
ised to pay the child's board and he did
up to March last,' and I could not get
anything more from him. I was per-
tectly helpless: I had no no work, and
knew I could not get any till September.
when I met him corner of Spring street
and Bowery, and I said to him, '1 want
some money to pay my child's board,'
and he said, 'I can't do an thing for you
now, you must see me on Sunday night,
I replied, 'I have nothing to live on,' and
he said, 'you may go to , you shan't
have anything from me
. "Well, now, give just the exact par
ticulars of this shooting business," said
the reporter; "did you have a pistol f
"No, sir.... I .went to his store in
Broome street and stood outside, I did
not make any annoyance. His friend
Jacobs sat at the door, and Caspar stood
in front of the c unter with his right
hand behind him and his left hand rest
ing on the counter,
" 'Why don't you come in ?'' said he;
and then, as I went in, he pushed a chair
for to'sit down, bo .1 folded my child to
my bosom, and just as I turned 1 saw
Caspar had a pistol in his right hand.
called out, 'Uh, you ve got a pistol,
have you? You may as well shoot me
and the child, and end it all here. No,
said he, 'I'm not going to shoot you, but
1 told you 1 d put a dirty job on you ;
and with that he fired a shot from a pis
tol he had in his hand.- My child jumped
up in my lap ; I cried and then Caspar
and his friend Jacob dragged me into the
gutter, and baby was screaming and I
was excited, and I scarcely know wnat
happened. 1 know 1 said, 1 ve done
nothing; I will go with the officer quietly.'
And now I find myself charged with
shooting him, and. I neyer had a pistol in
my hand. Yes. sir, his family recognized
me as his wile,'"
"Why do you think Caspar wanted to
get rid of you?" said the reporter.
"Because I won't commit a crime as I
am about 'to become a mother; and I
won't, and I've told him so repeatedly.
He'd give me money if I'd do this, but
I won't. ' He bought me some medicine,
but I refused to take it, and so he wants
to get rid of me. Oh, yes; I've told you
nothing but the truth."
. The prisoner is a pleasing young Jew
ess, speaks easily and correctly but her
face is deeply ' scarred with smallpox.
The child she had with her is sickly look
ing, but appears intelligent 'and lively.
Annie Aaronson is now under $2 000 bail
to answer the charge of shooting her false
lover. As she went back to her cell she
wept bitterly, but matron comforted her
by saying "it would all come out right."
Since rock crystal has become so much
employed in optics, the search for it has
grown very, active The Alps are the
chief field for this industry. The search
ers generally prosecute their work alone,
order to avoid haying to divide the
spoil. It involves great labor and risk.
An extraordinary haul has been made
by a Berne physician who, when on the
mountains a year ago with a guide, dis
covered a vein of crystal quartz sixty feet
by twelve feet. It was too late in the
season for them tdo anything last year,
but when' the warm weather came they
repaired to the Spot and procured an im
mense number ot splendid stones. The
large pieces went to museums and the
The horse disease is spreading fast in
Egypt, and numerous cases have broken
out in tne Delta. . it has made us ap
pearance at an tne large towns and cen,
ters of cotton culture and trade. In the
canals dead bodies are to be seen float-
ng about in quantities, and as the for
mer supply water to the people as well
to tne cotton lands, .fears are express.
of the outbreak, of some eDidemir.
The crowds of wild dogs that serve as
scavengers n we been poisoned in great
numoers Dy jeeamg on tne carcasses.
'"SCHOOL CramMINr" IsVathpr an ev
pressive pbrase" invented by somebody
and is ' verV, "suggestive; ; To crarh , the
Stomachs ot children, is td produce dis
ease; and' even the adult1 cannbt escape
benalty Itdoes'not.rtiake a' whit of
difference" how f ich, how dainty, or how
costly tne food;' the more ' sd, generally,
worse!.' yi-Lm-i' ; i ''
If what we have said be true of eatine
surfeiting the stomach with food, is
not as reasonable to suppose that it is
equauy it not muqn mpre p jrnicious and
dangerous to cram or surfeit the1 brain
study? " ' 1 1 " '
Morning and evening we meet children
youth going to and returninp; from
public schools, with their arms full
a great variety of text books, which
presume they are making the attempt
study in the class room. No doubt it
highly flattering to the fond vanity of
parents, to see their children thus studi
and is also reflects some credit upon
teacher; but in too many casrs, alas,
will end in bitter disappotntmti-t!
Brain power, or intellectual capacity,
grow and expand like any other
org.tnism or attribute of human beings
cannot be crammed or fbrced. All
processes, if they do result" iri expan
or extraordinary precocity, are uri
natural, and secured at fearful risk.
EVen those children who seem burn with
extraordinary capacities, and therefore
laving them naturally, are so prone to
arly death, that it has passed into urov-
How much more certainly must
sorrowful result be the case! when
capacity is a forced growth ? Is it
in the teacher or parent, however
or loving they may be, very sel
, and dangerous vanity iPiti. AJ
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Embraces under one mannpinmeiit the Great
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and with the numerous branches and connections
forms the shortest and quickest route between
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Northern Michigan. Minnesota. low N..hr,u.lr
t'aliioruia auu the Western 'I erriUiries. lis
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CHICAGO, MADISON AND ST. PAUL LINE
Is he shortest line for Northern Wiscensln and
Minnesota, and or Madison, M Paul, Minneapo
lis. Uuluth and all nonits in th., nn.m. n,,r,h,Li
WINONA AND ST. PE1ER LINE
Is the only route for Winona, Rochester, Owatou
Ha, Mankota, rfi. Peter, New Ulm, and all points
iu Southern and Central Mi, nesota. Its
ORLEN BA Y AND MARQUETTE LINE
Is the only line for Janesvslle, WaWrton, Fond
Iu Lac. Osk,,hh Anoleton. (Jriwii Hav Ku.,mui,u
Negaunee .MamueUu. llunulibin ;i.t.,.,.l, ,,ui
uiu i.ane ou:riur uuliutry. lis
FREEPDRT AND DUBUQUE LINE
Is the only route for Elirfn. Keckford.
auu an uujiiui via .rrccpurt, iuj
. CHIC A 00 AND MIL WA UKEE LINE.
Tr fhA nM f.nba hnrA Dmtla anA I k
. v. . ....... ..nj, noi. in ,tic UUIJ 1,11V
passing through Evanston, Lake Forest, Highland
Park, Waultegou, Racine, Kenosha to MUwau-
PULLMAN PALACF CAR3
Are run on all through trains of this road.
This Is the ONLY UN E running these cars be
tweeu Chicago and St. Paul, Chicago and Milwau
ku. urciiicflgoano winona. h i
At Omaha our sleeneis oouiect with the Over
land lee,in on the Union Pclflo Railroad for
all points west of the Missouri Klver.
On the arrival of all trains from th Rut nr
South, the trams of the Chluagn and Northwest
ern HHiiway leve i.mcago as lollows :
ForCouui ll B.ufla, Omahd and California, two
Through trains dally with Pullman Palace
Drawing Room and Sleeping Cars through lo
For t. Haul and Minneapolis, two Through
1 rains aauy, wim i'uumau r aiace tars attacneu
to D"tn trams.
irUreen Hhj and Lake Superior, two Trains
nail' ; with Pullman Palace Cars attached, and
running iiimugn 10 Marquette.
Fir Milwaukee, four lliroiich Train 9 rinllv
Pullman cars ou night train. Parlor Chair tars
on nay trains.
For Sparta and Wmona and points in Minne
sota. 1,110 through Train daily, with Pullman
eieepcrs i n inona.
tor Diiliuque, via Freeport, Two Through
imiun oniiy. wim ruiiniaii tars on nigni trains,
rut uuouque and ljiCros.se, Yla Clinton, two
1 nrongn I rains dally; with Pullman Cars on
pigtit irains to McUregnr. Iowa. ,
AurHloui Cuy and Yankton, two Trains dally,
FuliuianCarno Missouri Valluy Junction. , ,
Fi,r Lake Gi'iieva. tour I'raina riailv.
Fur Rock lord. Merling, Kenosha. Janesvllle and
Other points, you cau have from two to ten trains
I New York Office, No. 41& Broadway ; Boston
Olnce. No. 5 State street . Omaha Othco. 2i4 Farn
hum street; San Francisco OtticH. lit Montgomery
street ; uiicago iicseiurniies. t7 uark street, un
der .ihermau House, corner Canal ami and Mad
ison streets : Kemie sireet Depot, corner W. Ken
tieai.d ('anal treetsr Wells Street Depot, corner
wens ana Aenzie streets. -
I For rates or information not attainable from
your nouie ackei agenta apply to , '
W, H 8TKNNKTT, , MARVIN HtJOniTT, .
Uen. pass. Ag I, Chicago. Oea BapX Chicago,
till CAMPAIGN GOOD . 1876.
For Marching Clubs,.
Price List Sent on Application. ,
B. II. Palmer & Co.,
151 WOOD STREET,
Orelner. Steel it Co. vs J. D. Miller et al.
Byvirtneof an order to sell Issued from
court ot common pit as of Stark county. Oht,., and
me directed, I will offer for sale at public out
cry at the door of the court house in the? city of
Saturday the 18M aVy of November, 1876,
the following described rval estate situate ln said
Unty. to w it: Lot uuuiImu thuiv iao la Wnhh'i
ailuiiion lu Aiilaiue, Oulo,
Bale to oouuieuce at one o'clock D. m. Terms
uaxh. . '- ' .
octlJ-e 1, F, RADCH, aherlff.
- -ijjl" ,
'PI .,, I I ru nnitr J nr I . (
V, ., . .
"Wright & Pennock.
Enlarged Stock !
Terms cash !
We beg leave lo nav l tho p.ltlmna of Stark and
adjoining counties that we ahull cot tlnue U keep
o , hand and or sale st the lowest prices for the
ilium a uiiv aaw nmeni Of , . , . , ,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Furnishing Hardware, 1 '' ' '
; Houe Trimmings, ,
Couch 'Irimmivgs,, . ., . ,
Jlarne'S Trimmings, , ,.
Fi rnilure Trimmings,
Coffin Trimmings, ' ' '
twe Makers' JtYidit
IRON AND STEEL.
Ropes and Tmnet,
ttntvvn t M kinds.
Nails and Spikes,
Locks and Latches,
Springs and Axles.
PA INTS AND OILS.
Ben Wood Work, ,
. Most and Citrled Hair,
Hubbs and Spoket, ' '
fiath and Putty.
Gluts cut in shapes and tizes,
Turpentine and Benzine Varnish
Floor, Tahle. Stair and arriage ' '
Window Shades, ' ' '
Damasks, ' '
" Dental Stock,
' Whips and Canet,
Belting and Basket!.
And a great variety of all other articles usually
kept lu a hardware store
WRIGHT Si PENNOCK.
PNMTPNI A f . C YN1R lTlft
This Great International Kxhlhltiou. designed
to commemorate Ibe one hundredth anniversary
of American independence, oiiened May 10th,
and will close November 10th, 1876. All the na
tions ol thi world and all the Ktaes and lerrito
lies of the Union are paiticipatl, g In this won
denul demonstration, bringing together tbe most
comprehensive collection of art treanuns, me
chanical inventions, scientific discoveries, manu
facturing achievements luiiieral specimens and
agricultural prnducts ever eh blted Thegrounds
devoted to Hie Exhibition are situaied on the line
of the Pennsylvania Kallruad. and embraces four
hunnred and lifiv acres ot Fnluiinnn I nrV n
highly improved and ornametiud, on which are
ecU;d the largfst hnilillng" ever coiiftructed,
flveot these covering an area ol fifty acres and
costing to.uun.ootl. 1 lit) uital number of buildings
eri-cted ior the purposes of the Exhibition Is near
two hundred. During he thirty days immediate,
lv following the opening ol the Exhibition a mil
lion and a quarter of people visited It.
' THE i
THE GREA T TR VNK LIAE,
Fast Mail Route of tne United States.
is the most direct, convenient and economical
way of reaching Phi,aiielphi t, and this great In
hibition from all sections of the couinrv. Iu
trains to and Imm Philadelphia will pass through
a (irand Centennial Depot, which the company
have erected at the Mam Entrance lo the Exhibi
tion Urouuoslor the accommodation of passeng
ers wno wish to stop at or start irom the numerous
large hotelB continguous to this station and the
Exinbiilnu a convenience o the greattst vaiuu
to visitors and atlorded exclusively by the Penn
sylvania Railroad, which is the only line running
direct to Hie Ceiileliinsl buildings. Excursion
trains will also stop at the encampment ol the
Patrons of Husbandry, at E,m station on this
Ihe Pennsylvania Kailroad is the grandest rail-
way organization in the world. It controls seven
thousand miles ot roadway fnrmlng continuous
noes lo riiuaauipiiia, few York, Baltimore, auc
vtashinglon. over wi ich luxurious duv and mWi
caisarerunfiom Chicago, Bt. Loui-, Louii-vilie,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, tolumbus, loiedo,
CK-veiand. and Erie without change.
Its main line is laid with double and third
tracks ol heavy steel rails upon a deep bed of
broken stone ballnst, and lb. bridges are all of
iron or stone. Us pa.venger trains are equipped
wlih every known lmpruveim.nl for comiort and
saieiy, auu are run at taster ss;eo ior greater dls
lances than Hie trains of any Hue ou the couti
neut The Company has largely Increased its
eiiuipuieui ior uenieuuiai travel ana win ne pre
pared to build iu its own shops locomolivta and
passenger ears si snon notice sunicient to tuny
aircommodate any extra demand. I he unequaled
resources at the command ol the company guar
antee (he most pertect accommodations lor all Its
patrons auring Uie Ctnteuiiia Exhibition.
The magnificent Scenery lor winch the Penn
syivania Kailroad is so justly celebrated, presents
uie iraveierover i periecl roadway all ever-
enaogiug panorama 01 river, mountain and laud
scape views uueaualed in America..
I he eating salmms on this line are unsurpassed
meais win ne luruisnea at Ml utile Hours and am
pie lime allowed lor eiiinvinu llieni.
Excursion tickets, at Reduced Rates, will be sold
principal Kan road luket Unices in the West.
northwest aud -outh.
Be sure your tickets read via The Great Pamml
FRANK lHo.MPn N, D. M. BOYD, Jr..
General Manager, i Geu'l Pass'r Agent.
CLEVELAND, MT. VERNON & DELAWARE
July 21, 1875.
Leave Mt Vernon,
' Orrville, (
1 Cuyah'a Falls,
I 56 "
Arr, Clevelaud. '
' Cuyah Falls.
9, 26 "
in HO "
Arr. Ml. Vernon.
NORTHWARD. , OitrrttWAan
J 42 a.m. Leave Massillon, Arrive 7,61pm.
,67 ! :. " i - Millport, " 1 9.25
C " . . " IVnal Knllnn " 1 10
7,21 " ' Clluton. " ' 6.55 "
' G. A. JONES. Superintendent. 1
E. MlZE; Hen. Tkket Agt. ' "
MARIETTA, PITTSBURG AND
Office 0 MASTER VP TRAN8P0BTATI0N.
Connections and Time fable In effect Anrll 17.
6,8s p. m. Arrive-Canton Leave
9.4S a. m
Massillon .... " 10,10 "
1 ' " ' Alliance ' " H.85 "
' Bayaid ....A . 1" . 12.U0 m '
" Canal Dover " , , 2 00 u. m.
" N. Coniersl n ' 8,10
t, " CoslHK toil ", -2,38 "
" Dresden " 2 10 "
" KimiiltoH.. ' ' 8.49 " '
" , Cambridge... " - 4 22 "
" Zanesiile..... " 2,26 "
" - Newnrk.;...... - -1,30 '
" Columbu... " 12,10 "
' " Pt. P,eaant, - 6.03 -
" CuiuoeiUnd.. " . (.00 "
M Caldwell " 6,60 " '
u Dexter .......... " 6.17
' " Warner " 6.49 "
Leave...Marietta... .Arrive 7,56 "
" Parkersburg.. " 9ii "
12,50 p. m.
Close connections made at Dover with the C. A
. P- R.. and the C. T. V 4 W. l.v.: at New o.m
erstown with tht P. C. & St L. By.; at Cambridge
with the B. 4 O. K. K , at Point Pleasant with Uie
E O. K. R.i at Ma fetia-wlth the Manetuand i'i
ciniiatl R. R. for Belpre Parkersburg. Aibeun,
Hamden. Purtsmomh. Chill-.co,he and the West
Alio with the Muskingu i hiver and ihe Ohio
River Packets. . .
Through tiok'ts to priuclDal Dnfuts. Kum
handled with care. ,
J. A. KINHSBURY
Mattel tf irana.
RAILROADS. PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO
RAILROADS. PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO RAILWAY.
Condensed Time Card—April 16, 1876.
. . TRAIN 0O1NO WUHli
IX no. 1
KX. NO. 7
Ft. V. syne,
11. Ii'i "
'IKAINs GUIno Kakt.
IX.ho.4KX. ho. U
1.0.6 R.8 jfat)
10 2i p.m
8 ( a ni
9 20k.b ,
2 HO "
6 56 "
6 20, !'.
2 '6 "
8 0 "
7. Of) "
12 15a m
!ax!(io. 8 'N. lb mall
D.fios.m. i.iK'p.m.l. '.;
it, in s.o i;"r"-r
i ihi..m. A.M) j:",'..'."
I!S ?:2" :
16 " 9.24 "
t).!iO " iii , .,.....
610 " 10 10 " 4.6 a.ra.
7 i,g ii.no e.' "
9.1ft " VUOt.m noij 'f,
1'.oia.m. 2.WJ " 10 4ft""
(W too ". i.86pm.
6.'0 " 8 2o o...t
Fsst 1 hn ui k Mail (dally.) levi Plttburgh
6i0p n,., Mi,ii,g only it Alliance 8.44 p. m .
Cresfliiie 12.'Ala ta.. Forest 1.36 a.m., Linia2.3(j
a.m., Fort Wsvne 4.20 a. m mi .
Plymouth 6.H a. m
Vianatah 718 a m, Valpa-
.. SmVlltB srf-hlnMfiQ On w.
jn.ni r,os. a and 6 run dally. 'Irani No, 4
lesyes ( hf sgo dally, except alurday. All other!
asily, except euuday. ,
F B. MYERS, T
General Ptssgngerand licketAgsnlj,
Condensed Time Card—April 16, 1876. Atlantic & Gt. Western
RAILROAD. Time Table Adopted April 17, 1876.
" Irbai a
" A km
" kavei i
" Gren, vim
" I Mm 111)
" Cony ; ,
" Jamestown ,...
" Buflalo ,
" Hi rnelsville
" New York
No. no. 2.
-.. 6.15 "
6 05 "
.".n..M. 6.46 '
9.48 ' '
8.40a m. 10.36 "
9.48 " 11.46 "
I, 1)2 "
II, 10 "
11.48 " 1248a.m.
l.ivp.m, 1.40 "
8.16 ' 2 67 "
4.20 " 8.60 "
6.46 " 1 4.65 "
10 20 "
10 88 "
..m 8.' 0 "
7 .20 "
6 16a. m
Jsn.em wi ,
" I'nlin l n...
" Oreiirville .
" warrn ....
" hsvmi .
" Akn n ......
" Ashlai i ....
" Mst sfield .
- " Cibsi.s ....
Ar. t liMim atl.
1 1 Uisvllie
' " 81. Louis....
Trains Nos 1 2, 3snd 12 on main line rnn dally
Pslsit Meeplfg Coaches on irains No. 1. 2, 3an5
12 , bnweet, ( li,i n nail and New York dally.
Hon 1 1 oscl, on trains 3and 12 between Leavitta
buigb an New York dally.
t oimnllins st hnisfield wits Pittfburgh, Fort
V. syne and ( hlcagc. hsllroad; at ksvenna with
i leveland and ittsburnh ksliroao; at Meadvllle,
Inioiistintoir) 6 1 till Regioi i.; at Coming for
hoibesurand ( oii.tt- on the New York t entral,
and at Hit l smpioii r Albi uy, cpriugfleld
r, ester, Bimoii and New England.
Close ii i.mcnoiisalCincinubti with trains for
the Soul I and West.
No "Hop-over" allowed upon local tickets. Lo
cal 1 Sim l.gns must punhase fit kets lo their first
so pmg p,a e. ana then icjuichase from that
point Ui destination.
W. B. SHATTUC,
Gen. Pammgir ana Ticket Agt., Cincinnati, 0.
P 1'. t OUrM-.K,
Gen. Aiipm'iifoidcnf, Cleveland, 0. novl6tf
i No. 1. Mo. 8. no. &
11,2( pni. M. norm, 6.46a. m
.... 12,28a.m 12.P p.m. 7 04 "
IM " 1.20 ' 8.40 "
..... 1.43 " 1.43 " 9.07 "
.... 2,46 " 2.50 " 10,36 "
9 AK n le -tl .
4.M " 4.59 l,0ilp.m.
6,no " ios ':"
7,02 TI0 " I...!
K-02 " 9.16 " ..."
9.411 ' 9.16 "
11-06 " 11.80 " I. ".. .
.OVp.m. I32a.m C.ZZZ
if.46 " 3 IK) '
. 6,00 " 6 16 " , .
11.58p.m. 12,00 m ..'.
....'I B.lda.ni 7.83j,.m
CLEVELAND, TUSCARAWAS VALLEY
On and alter (Sept. 4th, 1876, trains will arrive It
and depart from stations named below, as follows
TRAINS GOING SOUTH. ,
A r Han's
N, . 1. No. 8. i NO. 9.
6, :i,sm 4,oi pn, 6 (am
6 SO 4.00 7,00
6.42 4,14 7.25
6,62 4,40 7.45
7.06 4,60 8 10
7,13 4,, 8 8.20
7, CQ 6,15 9.20
7,40 6,24 9.40
'..60 6,33 10(0 ,
8.00 6.42 1(1,30
8.10 6.61 10,'jO
8.27 6 02 11,25
8,43 , 6.18 11,65
853 6.28 12,3(,pm
9,10 643 1,10
9.19 6.i.U 1,30
9i6 6.65 1,45
9 35 7.( 8 2.06
9.4 b 7,13 2 40
Ki.05 7 35 8.30
10,15 7.19 4,00 .
1031 7.;,6 4.15
10.40 8.02 4.40
11.52 8,13 6
11.06 8.C6 6,86
11.15 . 8 36 6.00
11,22 8,4V 6 25
11.16 8.66 7.00
r-tv, I tiilsd'a
(h si, (11,
A r I ill svllle,
Tl A ' N- (.(UNO NOK I H.
slA11is.. j,u. 2- No. 4 NO. 10. I
L I r i lirMiie, t.4.em l.tMm 7Wam
Ar Gi ilit n, 4.00 7,36
Niv. 1 hilad'a 6 01" . 4.06 7,60
1 over, 6.10 4,16 8.20
Hissliurgh, 6 23 4 v9 -. 8.f0
Bair's Mills, 6 34 4 40 010
Jns'Us, 6.40 4,46 9 26
Nsvarre, 6,46 , 4.13 9.35
Massillon, 7,05 6,10 11,00
Pauls, 7,17 . 5.22 ' 11.85
Fuil, n. : 7.26 6 81 12.0fpm
Waiwick, 7,64 6S9 . 12,30
Wlver ( reel, 5,15 12,f0
Fasten, 7,46 661' 1,10
hunell, 8 00 V 6,07 1.45
Seville., 8,10 v 618 2,06
Lake, .v7 6.32 .2.40
Medina, 8,48 ,, 6,44 8,10-
Yoik, I! , 6,53 8,85
Ebarte, , S.t'O 7,02 3,66
Bt.den, 9,10 ti 7,11 4 20
ArGiatton,' i 9,30 7 46 8,18
Ar Han's, ' 9,37 7.52 6.S6
Patteison,' 9.4.' 8.(0 6.50
Flerla, 9.56 6.35 610
Fdlson, 10.06 8.46 6.35
Ar Black River, 11.20 900 7,00 .
Ar Cleveland, 10.30 84B 6,46 '
All IrninsdailT. (RnndtvnaTivntMl 1
Coaches are run to and from Cleveland Wlthont
tbaiige 01 detention at Grafton.
Only one change between Cleveland tnd Ma
rietta, via Canal Dover.
mr BsggHge cnecaea to all principal points.
W. L hOLlVEN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agt.
W. W. CARD, Su,enmeiiUut,
No. 1 niskes c1im ennliw,tlniis al Rtvna vfth T.
& M 8 h'y for the west; at Grafton with CCC4
B'y lor (olnnibut. lnoiaiiarMilis ai d intermedi
points; at Mai-aHon P Ft Vt & C R'y for
west; at Dover, u P a c K'y for Cambridge,
Marietta and all punts on Uie Ohio hiver; at ,
Urhhsvillewtth P C A fcit L R'v for Coshocton.
Zanesville, Lancaster, eta -A
No. 2 makes close connection at Rnssell with A
G Vt B y Ii Vnrl.tnk. Ashland, Mansfield, eta;
Cleveland with express tiams for all eastern
Ao. 8 makes close connection at Grafton with 0
C & I Jr'y lor (.alia, Shelby and Crestline; at
usselt with expn ss train on A it G W R'v for
Wadworib. Akron and Intermediate points; al
waisii on wnn vest Donna tram on r ta w et Q
R'y; at Urlchsville aitfa r C St I R'y ior 8teu
txnville, (sdii Junction, Pittsburgh, etc. 1 4
No. 4 mskes direct conriectli ns at Grafton with
express train lor Delaaare, Columbus, Indianapo
lis, t-t. ion Is and all Intern ediaut points. Also at
Cleveland for all eastern cities. At Elyrta with
4 M i- B y for loiedo. Detroit, Chicago, and all
Grocery Store For Sale. ,
I will sell my stock 01 Omcerle. No. 17 Oner.
biirk H. Er i Miiet Hsisillon, Ohio. It it an old
no otil-tsisblnher. sttnd and is dol:.g a good
l.iis niss.sna Itisonli ofleieuon trmniit of m
health. C.J. FORI N A,
MassiUon, October 19,7,