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aifpf! ^ t.<i '> • .*• **?•' > '%wm ■ '> 0 27 . 1881 . WHOLE NO. s, i ruoBXiira H 5î#t DllM ***** • furnished oh appll l at the Alter. eiodiaftirolesöf Wilksbarrt, Pa., (irowtt into a ff>vrr of excitement ■ by Sn évent which is lilcely to t in serious consequences to at least _ . J$mesl\ Weller, a w<41 l qvUengtrt&r and surveyor, and a [ atK^eharmitg lady named Be sie i weretobe married that evenibg. i about S5 and she 21. A large r of invitationshad been sent out, [the eartytrains brought numerous land friends*of the interested The ceremony was to take } B t the bride's home, and early that » busiest preparations for • were beguh. Ï lowers Sid Ulan y fair hands were in glace. The I 1 ay impending sor Gifte were vrivingby-naessetigcrs ere being'arrahged for tlieir dls Whlle the bride was admiring ^harming present sent her by placed in her hand Sent arrived by a mes ! opened and hastily read it. shriek rang thro ugh bother and sev ttrrhersMreln an instant. led. ri lilinggs....... 1 plaelTni-iIaj. Wheh you receive haU.be on my way to Cineinnaf! ItlunWeet and ehaü'not return until Good-by. JAMES, i understood that Weller's cruel tion of the bride at the very altar Ihspired by reason of a threatened Verence at the wedding bjt another i, who says she has claims upon Mies Norris is in a Critical condi and doubtstif her recovery are en 1* " ' avelopment in Nature. »sentimental pretentions put foin i by a political scliool which holdjt non is tatelleertally thearjual of i character of actuality to the i of the comparison of the sexes, ton, which it has been the to „treat from a metaphysical ^<if view, is to us purely, anthropo 1, or rather zoological ; for we pro » show* by characteristic examples ' 1 from the whole anfenal^king [ that sexuality endorses the-same ion in all specie«, including the i species. Thé '-female surpasses pale in certain inferior species, 'the are smaller than the females ay cephalopoda aud among pèdes. With a few exceptions eriority of the females-prevail f»S the anpelides, and among eer artieulates, as bees, hornets, wasps [female butterflies are logger and 1 •thifn/males, a difference being Vable even among the larvæ.* ai'V^iorHy among females may be Jjfcg many'fiahes, as*in the uoids,andin reptiles. This pt, how rjo lopfrer the case among th^ r vertebrates. The males of birds I are nearly always superi lies. To sum tip, the two ij^t unequal in coneqguence 5 superiority of the iemale over tli [characterising the'lôwer specie, be letmal among species a little mmc 1 the animal scale, and be ItOnuqbal agin in -consequence of the *"iiienco of the/malé over the Te yhich is ot«i#aed in alf the higher The supoCmacy f >f the female the fl |at term of the evo » sexuality undergoes, while * of the male is* the last ■ Science Vlonthly. n Not Suitesl. Dee. 20.—Tb® Timet »peeking of esse ssys : Nothing in the criui evervqualjed the laxity of bis »iijftild have been a grave inves ittoma a sort of «Dirriainaent, murderer and cheat, Guitssu, fsricfal t(ial eveç hesrd that babas gained not riet y ss à crirn He is bent sc showIqghis importance.' sity of proceedio^s is n»Kher mended f t esndact of the prosecution nor by dis « on the part of^the presiding Judge. s, «•«¥»» ! tefWl y repôrtei Expressed i »ad Reared sly became Mst^,bs 'was It* *ud was i things eay allowed anjr dgb they were bey couldn't gst at ÜÄ.' , . * • "Stuff amf nonsense,"-»aid be, when told it .Was reported be had wieided, «What nex will they say? This is too ndiculous. Why, what on earth ahsuld 1 want t® commit sni CldS for ? P am perfectly «»tisfed with the •way things are going. * I have niter had any doubts of the Issae. The Deity -has taken ears of my ease thus far "«Reflect lug a ma rnent, «yes, and pretty good cars ef me." "What is the Object «f Yeoailing Mrs. ï)un tnair F'tfsksd the reporter» > '•I don't know wfcaf ScovHIeta idea Is. 1 ■ball hate to ses him about that. I don't want that woman p^t on the ataffd again. Scot il Is is no criminal iawyar. t bate given hilf points all the time ; but then be has dene very well. He he has worked'hard and I dan't know but what 1 am as well satisfied as if I bad managed the case." Hesitating ajmomen», becentlnued: «When 1 say aioae ysn understand* wtut 1 mean," evidently fearing the rqpohers might imagine that ha had lost eight of th w Patt y aud the Inspiration iWmssui^gMfeflbe.* "Sfio Ur out with thé. ^hpdSWoa-"that an iu san* ptpn must be half an Idiot." Udfisau anaoanced his intention of cross eisssining the Government experts. They had not /at, he said, tonclN»d upon the mys a.Ate&^W*t®ri®us svidsnee eu impulse, which often ImpsIs- MO ^t pi n g* g j ^ ti' f k -mdinary a d mieute transection« of life, when fhere may be present no safficient reason either in the mind or in the senstv&om eunouudiugt for „the partin'lar exercise of^wiji upon the body When a mau suddenly feels an impulse to turn around, and on doing so finds some out of whom probably he jias just been thinking, Ion too when a' man-obeya what is called rre aentiment: Guitesn appeared keenly to feel that he had beerudegkauiied by those person» who had sold §> the press interviews with him, without even offering him s commiss ion. Scoville's attehtiou was called to the al leg*4 statement that Mills ftgtud out while* taking a bust of Uuiteau'a head that one aide was mere fuily developed than the other. If this statement ia reported correctly, said Sco ville, it will susiain the theory 1 have »»in taineif throughout, and. Dr.* fciamilton w : 'i bfve to take bsgk spme ef his testimony ; .* he testified that Ms head was symmetrical Mill's statemenU support the statement of an expert for th* defense, and I thlhk every ex pert will admit where lie fiada an unevenly developed head that the smaller side ferais Che basia feran unbalanced brain, aud heuce becomes the ground work for'a case of lusan tty. If Mills substantiates the statement 1 shall summon him as a witness. SccTiile thinks two'weeks more will hegc uired to finish the triai. Tha Jeannette All Bight. Chipaoo, Dec. 20.—The Chicago special from London says : The governor ,et Siberia has just isstied a proclamation announcing that the Anic voyage ship,* the Jeannette is safe with all on beard well, and all her equip ments entac». The Governor, who, for a lou t i tim-, lias taken a great interest in Artie ex plorations, caused au extraordinary explora tion party fo he seut out to hunt for traces of the Jeannette wkm| be believed tba fears were entertained that misfortune had oyertakan her and relief expeditious ware be ing sent out by different governments, Know b S the deiavs Incident to such governmental_ action, he at opoe equipped and »ent out on his own account a party el the moat exper - saetd and reliable explorers at his eoiumuud structions. These men at once entered up 0, tbsir work despite the most dangerous ob stacle« 11 Stil they foiitfd traces ol lbe loafship snd finally ovartcok her. The people »bond — - , . . „„.ni.» ln with the most amplo powers and positive tn , Ilia Jeauuetta were much pstouished when they were »formed by that they were ihe object all the civilised people of mo woriu. - j _____ > The Hous® comnflttoos. Washington, Dec. 20 s --fht formation of ... ...... ; the Siberiansanlorere j ject of iheaoltciludo if ! 1 of the world. ! he House Committees is the leading toVic j ef cenversatlor»here now, and a very active )V contest Is going on.- They 'rill probably be aniounced to morrow. It. is learned title - ■01 ninff that Speaker Keifer has deeldsd not I to give Ohio some of be ' ..... partant chair- I manships which he at fl.st ^ea.pUt«,. a,- | aler.lng to that Stale. There has " . strong effort in thdtest few hours to ladaea | the Speaker to give the ebabmausb.p oMhe ___ vary itttla informatl®® twin the member» in- : jtpppEoprjationa csmmittee 10 Kasaon luatead j of to HUcock, but it is generally th.ught tha Hlacock will get It. The Speaker bas derived BSwtfe»twm the member* in-! dividueliy as tortbelv fitness for Committee service, but Instead bas Ihviied the Gdvsrn •rs of a majority of the Republlcsn .StaW* to give him an idea-of the fits«-- *f »«vers! prorolnsnt Represantallv*» from Stales vflu»e ______L aM tv®mm mtntf Urfit) itl■?(*OU lifCt ÎOl» name* have boea conailared ity[c#na#ctlon with Cbelrmanahipa. Th«: Nuw Yoiik, ! eial-Advertiter patch was « ' the Herald i lost of thé r 20.—The Comme f* ■ of State t ii MMOunci ne efrtw® ling three of the I twenty-three of fo*% has not loosed to have efteers'of tbs the crew. The other heat, been heard frein, ân4 is i been lest. , Tty» following is a copy ef the dispatch : "WaauiuoToii, D. 'Cf., December 20— The* following telegram has been received from I. Hoffman, Charge D'Affairs of the United States at 8t. Petersburg : The. Jean nette was crashed by ice on June lltb, in latitude 77 north, iongltÿto l r i east. 11» crew embarked in thpc. boats, which were separated by wind and fog. No. 3 boa», with eleven men under rharge of engineer Mel ville, reached the mouth of the Lena river on September 10th. Boat No. 1, having ea^ board Captain DeLonr, Dr. Ambelar aim twelve men, rdkehed the Lena river ip s pitiable condition. Prompt sssisUnce was, rendered. 'Boat No. 2 has beam heard from. (Signed) F. F. FKXI.raGHUYSBIf, Secretary ef Stato^' Connery, the managing editor of the Her ald, said be 'had no facta beyond the dis patches upon which he c®uld base any opin ion relative to the expedition. It* appeared te him that the steamer bad been lost beyond recovery, and that the occupants of the second beat, among whom ho fqpad was Collins, and the Herald's , correspondent, was also lost, although there was hope that they might yet turn up. Why Is This Thus? One day this summer we rode fifty miles in a railroad car, seated behind four men Who were playing with those awful playthings cf the devil—cards. They played a little seveu up, pedro and occasionally a trifle of poker. We never heard a dispute. Their occasional bursts of merriment at some unexpected play repeatedly drew our eyes from oar book. They 'never quarreled and never called names once. Aficr wo got out at pur Itation we sat at tha window and watched a party of young men add maidens playing croquet. In fifteen minutes we saw two persons chsat successfully. We heard the on# player who did not cheat accused of «healing Sv« timaa. We heard four distinct bitter quarrels. W» heard a beautiful young girl tell two lies, and k meek looking young man three, aud finally we saw the fyoung girl throw her mallet against the fonce so hard that It frightened a horse; the 041er young girl pouuded lier mal let so hard on the grouud that it knocked the buds off an apple (fee; they both bau«ed into the bouse at different doors, and the two young »en looked sheepish and went off af ter a drink. Now, is this thus? ' Local Mining Customs. .* _ - Arise na Star. I'he 0 emmWloner of the General Land •Office has give« an important opinion on the subject of the time fer doing assesses#«! work, hi answer to a letter writisn on 'the subject, ha says : "in reply to your comnmuiestion. have to state that the United States »icing laws provide that the locator of a lode or mining claim must make the annual expor ditures necessary for the maintenance of the possessory title at any time within one year from the 1st of January next succeeding to the date of lncation, and the »tners of a mining district haTe no authority to make any rules conflicting with this lsw. If the mituiuf laws of your district require that $50 shall ne\xpended w ithin sl*ty days after the loratisn, such prevision is wholly without forte. Supposma location to have been made July 1, 1SS0, the $100 worth of expenditure | is required by .tho U uiied Ststesdaws to bo made between the 1st t»f January, 1ÜÖ1, aad the 31st of*Deeeu»ber, 1S-I, and^e expend!-^ tines mail# prior to this date, vix: within] lures mads prior sixty day* after lot foriniyt with the provision of this law sixty dm» after location, would not b® in ooa- j r — - .— •> "I Nevqr Speoulato. 1 hesid* lb* otho« day a good story ot Jsy (ioalli) ,j lÄ American railway klag expiai—. ..... . - U!â q # on the l.oodoh istoeY Kwhaage, aad ! SH , s esl».* that be ahoufddo buaiuo^for Ui»a. <;®n!d reflected, and t'.on »»id ; ' UMIU, in« juovrwwi —fc* ----- • doll bri , k , r went sv^r to New York and ao. ; , jcU() , t , B lnimi , w with bl». Tho broker | expUi'.ied to him what vast «Doration* might 1 say n, ,on; li x Wh»t you j deubi, tr«S* I s*** ""'y t>u*objec ■ver speculate."— London Tr«t 1 ____— - - Results Of Cturioslty- „ The*» temperance *'• Ä^tho V "'.'1 that city' ha>e »»rved tit ditfsreat .clU>» « «W ^ frtww . The fun of th< quire« g |v *« ter." ' . , t lt , 8 .s BW \\«kt*w re "t hewing * <t'"i«9 '>.«1» 1 ... . , given mujt be urenot Return of N. P- BUoursiouists. Chicago, Pse.W-YkoJreaUteA F_ Y Osaet.of tha Northern Pacific ladroed |s»d party returned from tbeir ten d»|«'tr'P »'« thi Northern Pacific ho*?; the apparently objective direction of the in Qulteau Trial •OX, Dem 21—Dr. Hamilton, of iok ibô stdnd. Scoville desired othonexparts excluded dun«« hl« my, but the ceUrt raled »gainst him. I the argument Davldge was intorrapt ultean,. mbp said : « I wMi cut this .Judge, by saying, that I am perfectly t® have them bera. JL am log to Have them learn- all they i. 1 have t®o mach confidence in their hon 0I-, aad integrity that—-- . •Davldgor—That ia preeiaaly what I am ^iDSto. ... . ' *; Guiieau—You ire on the right track, Jadg*. I'll take you on my side. You are engaged for my side of the cw, Witness was questioned at length relative to operations of minds, significance of dreams and unconscious expressions as in dication« of mental processes. Çc unset fur prosecution protested against quiriea, Scoville, smiling—Well, gentlemen, I fold you 1 did not know much about tills subject. Goitesu Then you had better get right oil' the ' case if yoh don't know anything about it. I think Reed and 1 can do better tbau you, judgipg by the way you .are laboring. Looking over the notes which Scoville held to hta hander WNfotinued : You have got lets of stuff there ; it's not in your band writing, and 1 guess- it must B« contributed by some crank. Gulteau appeared dissatisfied with the ra id: suit of the examination, and finally <»iu.i , . , , _ „ , ...y "Ob,tear that stuff up, Scoville. Send fidr man down and call Cjark Mills. He's a good deal better man than this one. He took a cast of my head the* other day, think ing that some people would be in terested to see it. He took a catt of Andrew Jackson, and said he thinks it greater than Jackson's was. He found oae side of my head badly deficient though." ' fhe prisoner then branched off to the in spiration theory, ami ratttled on for some thee on his oft repeated harangue on the subject of the irresistable presence. Dispatch of Thanks. Washinotow, Dye. 20.—In response to IJoflasan's difpatch tho following was trans mitted to-d»): ft Depabtnextof Statx, ) Wasbihgton, Dee. 20. ) Minister Hoffman, St. Petersburg: Teiider the hearty thaujes of the President to all the authorities or person® who have ia any way been instrumental in assisting the unfortunate survivors of the Jeannette, ®r farcishlt^ iutornssiflW'ts this govornmenf. (Signed) FREUXGinrYSBS, Secretary of State. , Suicide. Chicago, December 1»— Last Friday, Mrs. Maivlua Major and her infant child died «Vtfcin a few hours of each other. Hor hus band, Thos. Major, remarked': "I wiü be buried with them;" and atthoagh closely watched by his brother, escaped long enough to buy some poison, which he took Saturday night, and died in.great agony yesterday. Mr. Major was a Frenchman, has resided in Chicago seventeen years, was a carpenter by trade, and foreman in a Hyde Park estab lishment. eoascriplion Frenoh El action. Pakis, Dec. 20—At tlqo supplementary election for mem&ors of the Chamber of Deputies, Uranet», toeihber of the Republ ican majority, was relumed for Aile»; De Ves, Miuistor ot Agriculture, for B®gneirio. De Ves had resigned his seat for the socoud eir eastern notes. '■Kev. \Vui. luglisb, editor ef the ^Canada Presbfterian, 1res been app>>«te«l ilbrartso I» a* u.itsj-lo UgtsU-uro •» I'he board of education uf tbq Msthodiit Epiaeopad Church has aiq*ropiated $i(b000 for the support of college student«. l'raabytoriau work aiuurg th* Freedmon during ih* pis*y e*r has boon voiy successful „ rvoent meeting expressed almost unanimous dlasriisfectiou witii the New Revision, chiefly h* nnmbfr of I lhe recripts were $«ks.M. i ho tin wmmun cants is U,-oo. , I The I»iote»tat.t clergy ti N«w Haven a» a on the grouud of "bo t English, yhe Methodist 14>u.oop*l Church ) 1^-, eleven misaioa »tllions stoug tlia Bio Uia>Ate and tbo Mexican border, with sixty-[ oad vdacea, 447 .church member» | and oTd Sunday écWeol scholar*. The best meeting of the lute* Seminary ., „.Jtherewff l'-*br»ugh ia Oc-tobor, i8>2, ogetlier represent»« vvs from »»ary \heolagic*l »«utiuaxy from Maine to Cajfitb«ui». ' Manufacturers wbo are strituqj to ta'it'HHS I the qjiarber^cf sch»ol\ia tbk» couauw where ; neraona may b® educated for ioduetrla! pur- j suit* will hear with interest of the work»of | the EwaJ'sb Royal Commiaek* on Technical I Ed □ '»lion- That Commission ia uow busy ta Paris viaitiag the higher, tb® seo®ariary aad . iBl41s ia which manual aad technical »ducat wà ri impaired. Th« "Mush" Hat Question. Eaate: n papers are davotioartionsldsrable at tention to the advantagef/aid' disadvantages of tha "mush" (short, fir j mushrooiaj hat. The Express announces ag the resait oTHtd •baorvations that enty old alii) ugly-'tybmen wear tSe «mush" at places of pubfftv^pter-, talhment. * A Rochester paper gives ths'^bW ^ MÉÉÉMi ' »itotal eclipse of the stage for the remainder ,i„____ ; mu - lowiog fact in thd recent history of Ihafcity which bas had the effect of drivlngjall large Wts out of sight : "A Rochester girl of poor hbt honest pfrents went-to the theatre Sstur -Sjf night, and walked dowivthotniin aisle of the Coriuthian AcademyTir) upon her head a very small ani pretty hat. She sat down In _ in front of the one occupied "by one of tire millionaires of the city. His ssteniehment Was prefound. He eonld scarcely compre hend it. He leaned over and asked her if she owngd a cart-wheel hat. She repl ed that she did, but never wore it to the the. atre. Still more astonished, the millionaire leaned back in his seat almost overcome. After the performance he effered her Ms hand, was accepted, snd ha* agreed te settle $200,000 in Un-ted States bonds upon her ori the morning of„' tbeir wedding day." But in the neighboring city of Utica another young lady bas hit upon s plan to wear the hat of the period and still avpid giving offense: She entered tho o}iera * lew evenings ago with a Urge "mnsh" od her head, and at •nee drew the attenti»n of hundreds of ma liciou» eyes. As she glided t®w»rd ths front the ladies and gentlemen in the row behind her began moving uneasily, as if they feared of the evening. Thay were not annoyed long, for after settling cemfortubiy in her chair the lady coolly removed her Urge hat and hung it to the back of the seat in front of her! Then sbe extracted a worsted "fasci nator" from the pocket ,ef her sacque and ar ranged it in a very Urinating manner upon her head, making nr look "too sweet for anything^' as an old bachelor expressed it. All of hér neighbors exchanged approving smiles, and the stag coterie in that locality rewarded Miss F. with quite a ripple of ap plause. Sbe set a good example for her other friends, and deserves a season ticket to th* lecture eenrse for good sense and regaid for the comfort and enjoyment of others. Let u, says the local paper, have a few more fascina tors and fewer mushrooms ia tne 1 parquet. Low* ar thlt u , ov wo - wh ' n h . Mr8. Langrti gron the Stage. Mr«, Langtry came forward arrayed in an unpretending pink dress, and, with her arms lull of flowers, she sat dow, at a tabla and prooeeded to act as though, instead ef ibis pe ing the first time she had ever essayed her skill on the stage, she liad been playing lively young widow* and other such part? to critical aadieaces from htr earliest childhood. As te whether sbe was uervous or not 1 do not know, but there was not a trace of nervous ness to be perceived. Her elocution irai singularly clear,and hor gestures and bÿ-play perfect. I was never more surprised in my life. It it difficult to judge of anyone from a single performance, nut if Mrs. Langtry can play other, parts as well a* she can lively young widoyfs, she would, were she to adopt the stage as k profession, bo a fortune to Shy theater if she were brought out by 1 mana ger to fulfill a great want—according to the well-known phraseology of prospectuses. It is far more easy to bifid actresses who can rampage in tragedy than who are 1 able to act in comedy as though to tha manner bora. This Mrs. Langtry, to judge from her debut at Twickenham, seams oxceodingly well able to do .—London Truth, -Vor. 25. A Boy's Essay on an Ox. Tha following is tho coi,[ ortkn of a lit tle boy in Bishop Scott's grammar set 00!, Ore gon, verbatim : "Oxen is a very s'ow ani mal. They are very good to break up ground. 1 would rather bava horses if they didn't hare colic, which they say is wind colle :(e<t in a bunch, which makes it dargercser to'keep horses than oxeu. If tliore were no horse« people would have to wheat thoir wood in s whealbarrow. It would take them two or three days tb wheat a coni of wood a mite. Cows are useful to. I heard some people if th«y hail to bo au ox er a c*w où Id sooner be a MV, but I think comes to bo milks l on a cold Wit ter morning l think they would sooner be oxen, fer oxen don't haya to raise calves. If I had to b* sa ox or a cow, I would bo a „ I he«!., om if 1 couldmot bo » heflbr suit bad ^ ^ trottC l would bo an ox." ^------------------ OODEN OLIO, * tntot Dec. 1». Butta now canstdan hareelf safe from any i ex.eosive conflagratiei:. Her uew wsier 1 works are now camptet« aud in opcraliun. . The Utah * N'enhero sent uerth to-day 5,StW pound« ot machinery fw W* A. Clark* Butte, amt eu* ear of oil fot O.O.T. Oil Co., . opportunity » (uraisbod fat misera to j a cheap trip to '.California 1 But w ' Au , make a cheap trip t® '.California and to kisit several ofthe most interestia* pieces ia the Gotdea Stato- Tb® ®xcur«iooisU mW leave : Ogdon Saturday, A*ty ldah, andean return at a&y time witbiu tea weeks. The tickets for j | th® round trip will he said at ffi3.5i>. ^ For the Girlrf. Girls, staad vpj Wo fe*J M if V e weald like to strap you fast to some of those heaven ward-towering tire. Don'twou I way you bend over S«i"tht ( your hands like tbo paws of 1 [disgrace on ttyit- land grand old forest* ? Of Njcrld our western girls' thdiolesof their shoes, th ere Vac lack and walk as if they wyre j then just listen how you folk. %(iough, but tbs simpering, teetering, tilting Ijswiiing sentimentalism which require« you to ski p the last end of a word lest it sound ÿ»t snd uncultured, is too disgusting fo« any „ ' "Jg. And then what j« the use hobbling on the street as if you w»W deformed, When the whole truth is, you have a iumbertwo shoe on a number four foot.. Don't deny it 1 Tbgshoemaker toid ■■ all about it, wk«», you purchases y®«r rimes, and its all ovei the city. You know yon have been in mor tal misery ever since, D®n't you sùupsee people know about how largo afoot gafevwith a physique like yowr»?- And do you Suppose you can deceive the shoemaker ?. Wheat y aa get on a number tw*; it is a four hç-hp^, I changed fo*r yoh. Now put let somethings j In this world hare their course ; mfl ( ÿ j fla nk-g berttnrMPinan worth the namè lo^é '«Oman-, liness, and most of tkl* is made up or an open-hearted, innocent independence that always rejoices in taking things in this world as they »re, and, refuging to b» an angel till»'j the Lime comes. A wisei maA.gays. "no *•»• mau l« a true welnJn wfio"is not, first a true animal." it is north re mem boring. No wo man ever eufl'ered because sbe was muscular an; f Wrong, aud could, stand and walk and. talk without a stimulant.— Polaris. ____, ,_ ef It is reported tbat k. D. Hume is mdving in the matter of build'i og- a eoaat line tela graph, starting «t Eureka, Hii~mh al<ty ..l | pv^ t : j and extending as far north as Mariihftcid, and above, if business wlltjustîfy. , , The Brownsville woolen in i Hs ia thd1t£>i 1U1 of October manufactured aud sold $13,000 worth of goods. The company employé 35 hands, who receive on.»o„»v«rage $'t per dey, many ot thsqj being girl* aud bbysTroin 12 to 15 ysars of age. Th«: Company laetyearsold $110,000 worth of goods. •L. L. Wyatt, Coloradocatti* inspector, who* 9 was located during the shipping seaxsu ia tins* city, inform» the Greeley 'tribune since hi® return houi«tb*t 150,000head ideal is pzssed through -vfo the season lasted. Th® number rtfippeit last fallainounied tb 124,500, and thqipooreet cattle this year sold tot higher prices than the best in 1889. A much lees number'titan usual will be fed in the tale this Winter by reason of the high ?.;u* oS corn. !... _ She Made a Mistake. A very laughable occurrence was witnessed' at ths union depot, Terrs Haute, Indiana, re cently wlisn the 'rain from the south stop ped, a lady alighted, and, seeing a gentleman standing by whom ahe . suppose! to bs liar husband, she ran towards, and, throwing her' arms about his neck, showered hUsss upon him. The gefttieman mails no objection, but when she ceased her oicuiatloa, a gentleman standing near by remtrked, "Weil, Laura, haven't you made a mistake f ' Laura turnad to bim in astonishment, and flying into bis arms, buried her flushing face on his shoul der, saying : "Lard bless me, Steve, i thought it was you ! Why did yofi not speak ?" À Vermont Tragedy. - « Capital puntehinent of tail yearn ha;, rarely been inflicted upon woejen in tlii> Country. ^Mrs, Sarratf at Washilig ton, and ittftervantgirl In New Jerbey vyho murdered her mistress in the hope that lier master would take her for his second wife, are the most notable exevp tioim. Mrs. Kmeline I..' Mteaker, of Waterburj', Vt., is'likely to share their fate, the Cupreine Court of the State Iiav- . ing overruled the excîptions of the ver dict of a lower court which convicted. her.^'ÉHte will remain in priï*ou. uptil t*k' lant I>id$y'tn March, 1883, clo^ttig thix*e montjxA in solitary conflr.enient, ! according: to the practice in tliefiiate, It is not likely she will escape the penalty, unless by previous deaths for more than oue ortender ha- mounted the scaffold after two years' imprisonment. Iferson, who was lier aeeoaiplico in Crime, will beliaugod next February, there having - been no judicial delays in fits ease. The offense for w hielt they are to suffer vests a moot heinous one. Their viqt im was an orplmn airi of thirtix>n years, a half #i* 1er of Mr*. Meaker'a husband, ,.»'t'hey tired of keeping iwr, ami after nbh jtx-tih/? her to most brutal treatment. took her from laxl onu night, tied a sisck over her head, drove her- some utiles otl'iu a carriage, and forced to drink a dtx-iH^km of strychnine, quickly died, and was Uten buried her She - .... swamp, lire evidence agaatst the < imO* wa* at tiret circumstantial, but tbe aqn has since confessed his guilt. His mo*her has been « turbulent prisoner, and ont» set lire to the jail h» «hielt, [rid: was conflued.