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John H. Gonzales, -while getting off at rount Vernon from an up passenger the New York and Harlem rail-1 train on road, on tho 25th of November, 1SG1, Tvas killed by a domi express train. His vidow sued tho company and ob tained a verdict for $5,000. The Court of Appeals reversed the judgment on the ground that Gonzales was guilty of contributory negligence in getting off on the west side, where thero was no platform. The case was tried over, and at the close of the plaintiffs case a motion to dismiss the complaint on the ground of contributory negligence by Gonzales was granted. The Court of Appeals held the non-suit improper, and again granted a new trial. The railroad company was characterized as guilty of gross negligence in so arran ging the time table as to have an express train thundering by a station within one minute of the stoppage of an ac commodation train, and the company was held bound to havo a inform on both sides of the road. On the third trial Mrs. Gonzales again secured a verdict, which, on appeal, the General Term set aside on the ground that tho Judge who tried it should have granted the motion for a non-suit. Tho case went for the third time to the Court of Appeals, and thero the appeal was dis missed. Tho fourth trial, which was begun some days ago before Judge Freedman, was concluded by the court directing a verdict in favor of the railroad company, on the ground that Gonzales, by the reasonable and ordinary use of his organs of hearing, could have been warned of the approach ;f tho espress train. Tho case will again go to the Court of Appeals. "While the highest recovery possible under the laws of New York is only 5,000, the accrued coats amount to many time3 that sum. A 1'ERSE YE RING) WOMAN. A few years ago, says the Cincinnati ( ummcrcial, an American lady while studying medicine abroad, having been refused admittance to a course of med ical lectures in ene of tho most noted universities in Germany, determined to put. on male costume and pass herself off for a young man. One day an Amer ican Consul was summoned to a hotel to see a lady from the United States. As there was no reception room in the hotel, he was shown to the room indi cated in tho note ho had received by the servant. Ho looked in vain for the lady, but saw what ho supposed was a young man sitting on a trunk. He was soon undeceived. The "boy" said he was simply in disguise, and set forth at length tho reasons for such ex traordinary conduct. She said she was resolved to attend that course of lect ures, and had called in the Consul to give her real name and place of resi dence in the United States, so that in case of trouble she could appeal to him for protection. Tho position of the Consul was a novel one, but he finally consented to take the lady's statement, and promised to keep the secret invio late, unless she was discovered. This did not happen. The disguise an swered the purpose ; the lady remained at the institution a year, passed throngh the course with honor, and is, doubtless, now applying the knowledge gained in her practico somewhere in tho United States. We suppress all names of persons and places for obvious rea sons, and give the fact in illustration of the indomitable perseverance of women ambitious of a professional career in " pursuit of knowledge under difiicultiep . , r The Virginia City (Nevada) , Chroni cle tells how some of tho people en gaged in silver mining wake up in the morning to. find themselves million aires. "Gen. Thomas H. "Williams," it says; " holds in his own name 6,500 shares of California, and 3,000 shares of Consolidated Virginia. The first cost him little or nothing, it having been awarded him at the time of the California consolidation for his share of Central No. 2. Ho shares in California $1,950,000, and his Consolidated Virginia can sell his to-day for shares in for $750,000, a total of $2. 700.000. nis clear $2,700,000. profit, if he sells in time, will be over $2,000,000. In tho last twenty four hours California has risen $100 t share. The General's profit in those twenty-four hours has been $650.000 ; more than $25,000 an hour $5C0 minute." A New Have?? man worth $300,000 has been pilfering eggs, apples, etc., from dealers in-the city, and, though they have only reprimanded him as yet, they ay he must do so no more. This is the latest form of a wedding invitation : . "Come found and see mo capture a mother-in-law, at S o'clock, aharp." GONE WITH MS WIFE. The old story of a room with a num ber of windows, one of which disap- pearcd every day, and the room grad- ually contracted until it crushed its oc- ; cupaut to death, evidently haunted the j For aU Kciuaic complaints brain of a despairing Parisian jeweler J nothing eqnala Dr. riorco'n Favcrito Pro .i -, - miin I tcription. Itiaa moat powerful restorative wno recently committed suicide. The ae() j, tlie m0fit valuabi0 unlucky Frenchman, inconsolable for j nervine properties', especially adapting it to " , ' din irorlo nf rlphilitntpri lniin nnfl'nrin'r from the loss of his better half, became sub' ject to a species of somnambulism. He was accustomed to wear a gold necklace, one of his late wife's ft-vorite ornaments, and he used to say to his friends that the necklace daily grew smaller, and that his wife was thus painlessly killing him, much to his joy. The fact was that the somnambulist rose every night and went in his sleep down to his in struments, knocked off a link of the necklace and put on the fastening again. Next morning he found the collar small er, and having no recollection of what he had done, attributed the event to supernatural influence. This continued for some time, when the necklace grew so small that, in fastening it on, the hapless widower actually garroted him self to death. .1 HANDSOME OFFER. IIr. James Vick, the famous florist of Rochester, N. Y., has authorized the j officers of every State and Territorial agricultural society to offer in his behalf tho following premiums: For the j best collection of cut flowers, $20 ; i second best, $10 ; third best, $5 ; fourth j best, floral chrome. The offer is made j to amateurs only, and the flowers to be j exhibited at the regular annual fairs, ! the awards to be ri.ado by tho regular j -i i - i 1 t! juuges, or oy any committee appointed for the purpose. He also authorizes the officers of every county society in America to offer one of his floral chromos for the best exhibition of cut flowers. Full terms and conditions will be made known to the officers of any society on application to Mr. Vick. Peoria Transoript. A GlAN'T TeiKSCOVU. A telescope of j recommending to them for general two Johu immense proportions has, OMsnani says, been for some time past in course j snj aa a Bpeeific for coughs, colds, whooping Of" manufacture at the Paris Observa- cough, soreness of the ;eet Iamo maci. . . J rhoutnutibm. spitting of l.tooJ. and all Imt tory, out is uu iur iruiu nn LtMJuuiuii- i tion. It was commenced in 18(55 by M. Leon Foucault, but tho death of that savant and the events of 1870 and 1S71 interrupted this work, which was sub sequently resumed under tho direction of M. "Wolf. The power of the new in strument will exceed those of the Cam bridge and Herscholl telescopes, hither to tho largest known ; its length will be forty-nine feet, and its diameter six i feet six inches, while the dimensions of Hersohell's were only forty feet by five feet. The mirror will be of glass, but the surface will be faced with gold or silver. The telescope will be provided with a movable staircase. "DroN the arrival of the -1 o'clock p. m. express train in Heading, Pennsyl vania, on "Wednesday, the car inspector, while tapping and testing the wheels, j was astonished to find, secreted on top ! of one of the wheel-trucks that sup- : port tho body of the passenger car, a I middle-aged man, who in this manner ; had stolen a passage. The stranger was told to vacate his dangerous hiding place, and, upon creeping out, appeared to be cold and stiff. He stited that lie had come all the way from California, and had traveled altogether in that manner. Such a thing is terrible to contemplate. The only wonder is that he was not struck dead while telling the story. Tnis is indeed the ac;e of perfect hotels. The Sherman House, at Ula-" cago, has a fire-alarm connecting every room with the main ouiee; nas none uuo brick partition walls ; has Pans iloors, ; with cement between all joist, and in 1 short is absolutely fire-prooi. .Notwifch- standiurr all tbeso advantages, its rates suiuuiuj, im luoo ,i'' nave recently ueeu mrgvxy xeuuwu. i Pianos mnl Orfrjms. Fino now rod070od pianoi for 8300. Fino waluut orgRiia, nix stops. -5125. Good necontl-baiul piauos. $150 to .200. Kecd'd Temple of Mn-nc Chicago. Xo Uncertain Sound. When a man discovers a great truth ifc is hi3 duty to i liroclaim it to his fellow-man. The use ; of Dr. Walker's VinecTak Bitters , cannot be too strongly recommended to 1 tho invalid public, 'i'o thoae who have ' tried it. nothing need be said their ex perience is their proof, pure arid poai- tivo as xioiy wrib. j.i muju tuu not tried it, these truths cannot be too often repeated. It is a certain vegeta- bio specific, which aids'falteriug nature j against tho triumphs of dyspepsia, j bilious disorders of every kind, inalari- ous fevers, constipation' of the bowels, , liver complaint, Spring and Fall de- ! bility, etc., etc. It costs but little, and can always be at hand. It is the poor man's friend. It saves a doctor's bill, i and the time lost in riding five, ten or j twenty miles' after liim ; besides being ; free from all the poisonous medicaments i. of the pharmacopieia. It "will not stimulate . you to-day to tleaye you ( weaker to-morrow. Its benefits are , permanent. "Why is it tliat Booh Agents make money So rapidly, canvassing for the : Co-operative Pub. Company, . usca I tine, Iowa ? Becanse they publish i only first-class books and divide profits wjtu agents weak back, inward fever.congcstion, inlUmrna tioD, or ulceration, or fr.m nervousuet-B, or neuralgic pains. Mr. G. W. Seymour, drug gifit, of Canton, N. Y , writes Dr. l'iorco as follows: "The demand for your Favorito Prescription ia wonderful, and one man stated to mo that his wifo had not done a day's work in five months, when sho com menced taking your Favorito Prescription, took two Lotties and is now on tho third bot tle, and is ablo to do her housowork alono audmilk fourteen cows twi:o a day." Dr. Piorco's Favorito Proscription is sold by all dealers in modicincs. The Prairie Farmer. We have long boon ill tho habit of calling tho attention of our roaderc, onco or twico a yt-ar, to tho merits of this enterprising and relsablo farm and iiroido journal. We again do so with pleasure, and knowing that wo aro thus doing tho larmors and fniit-giowers of this rogiou a favor that they will appreciate if thoy by this means are induced to bubbcribe for it. All its departments aro rich'y filled with choice and entortaining matter that renders it tho ablest and most popular paper published for tho farmers of tho Northwest. Tho t-ul-scription price is now 2 per year, and 15 cents extra for prepayment of postage. Spec imen copies and agont's outfit free, and will bo sent upon application to tha 1'rairie Farm er Co., Chicago. 111. "WiriHorr's Anti-Periodic or Fever and Ague Tonic Thin invaluable and stand ard family medicine is now a household word, and maintains itb reputation unimpaired. It is indorsed by the medical profeestou. and pre scribed daily in tho Charity Hospital and other hospitals in New Orleans. Wilhof t's Tonic is thus highly recommended by tho Kislay & Co.. Proprietors, Now Orleans. Fob SA1E 1,v all J)i:uooists. Sea Foam Baking Powder. In an other column will bo found tho card of tho old and reliablo houto of Geo. F. Gantz & Co., who havo won an cnviablo and tolid roputation as the inventors and proprietors of "tho boat Baking Powder in tho world." All through the Kit-torn States it is univeraal- lyutcd and countlo.-H praises aro daily ro- Cl?lcu liwui uuiwui ami uunnuuaci. j. uucu who havo used it will havo no othor, and tlioso who liavo not havo yet to learn tho do lights to bo derived from uwoot, puro bread. American jXeir.waper EcporUr. TnERE is, probably, no way in which im ron linnniir. nur rpsdorn worn than bv (tun unities, it lias no equal ma over wo saw or heard of. An ingenious physician 'in Paris Kemaudot by name moro than two hundred years ago began circulating a sheet contain ing tho newe and gossip of the day. for tho amunemont of his pationts. From thi news papers grow and became advertising mediums fnr all classes of goods, especially Elmwood and V.'arwick Collars. The propriety of giving condition medicine to horses, c-itt'.o and sheep was dis 1 and admitted bv many of tho Agricult ural Societies throughout tho Stato last fall, and we behove that in every caso but one thov decided in favor of Shinulant Cavalry Condition I'oicder. Good judgment. The namns of victories mav er&Red from our battle flags; but SILVER-TIPPED Shoos will never become obsolote. They aro a na tional institution. Tile Northwestern Horse-Nalt. Co.'s " Finished " Nail is tho best in the world. veceta"blbi'1'lhonauy als,m ! Mot ajuiroveil.reHaMo and wqll-knowti renrdy for Conti8,ColdR ami fotisnniptlnn. Get thegemnne. trice SI ; small Me. CUTLER KF.OS.& CO., Jioaton. $5&S20 pnrdayat U"me. Temin tree. Address Geo. Stinson & Co., I'ortUvyd, Maine. ruwr a wvi-'k" Ai-i'iit i wiiiiU'J I'vorvwliui t For I'vorvwliuio. Mir Kit, Dayton, Ohio. it) 6 t outut i'c. Fin r n ic Walk FM;".lt f5A V Rnmuiisninii or !Q30 ii week Salary, and cxpenaoo. W'oofforitand will Lpplynovw. O.VVbbsr&.Co.,Marlon,0 I j:ny ii. Apply lpr day mai t I f) t staple articl day made by our acnts aclliiiff us u?ed m uvory rainuy. Address H. H. Mt 15er & Co., 161 Ratidolpn-st.,C nicaso Catalogue Free llw- -Wrth St.. St. Louis. 3lo. JL jfal. Send cash or ref. tn Wm. Ramgay, Pclla. I . Han's Comli'n l'ire-Prt.of Safe, (,'ood as new, S'. 4 V ANTKIJ Men cr Womon, i woekor tftPO forfeited. The scret free. $34 a Write at once to COWKN & CO., bth St., New York. IF YOU WAVIT. GOOD I'HOTOiiK AI'IK of the prettiest Girli in the V. S., their namc. ageaml P. O. address, eend ,'jO ci-nti immediately to J. II MORRIS, Mill Springs. Kentucky. SI, OOO IMOll WKEK CAK BE r.IADK by auv smart man who can keep his biisi'ieHS t" liimsolf Adi'ress D. F. HERMANN, Ilobokcn, New Jersey. 44 a ROUSDTIlKTKiVTAB.j"aiicwHili- ! author of "c.rumbvs'irejtt i'p."Jtc Agetits wa-iten. i JOli:; E. 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HOG RINGER. 15.000.000 Itlnirfl. 70,000 Kinder, 8,i0O Tones Sold. Hardware Dealers Bel 1 Thnn. ltlncrSl, Itinrtjir lC050ct, Tor.fri 81,75, by mail, postpaid. Circulars free, AJJreu 11. W. UlU. & CO. Decatur, III, THE CINGIHHATI WEEKLY STAR Including postage and the finely-illustrated Stnr Almanac. $' per year. Aiiti-Jlouopoly tlin Jrancr's Paper containing 8 large pagesof excellent reading matter. The farmer, mei chant and mechanic in any part of tho country will tind this the best of tho weeklies, to say nothing of the low price. Agents are offered inducements superi or to anything heretofore attempted. Specimen copies free. Address "THE STAR," Cincinnati. O FUEE A Book exposing the mystoriC3 of Ufl f QT and how any one may operate sue- liMUt. OB. cessfully with a capital of Si0 or S 1000. Com ploto iustrnetiond and illustrations to any ad dress. TllitUIEJUK &. CO., lJAMKEES Al.i) J'HOi.-IVSG. 'W1I Itrnrt Kf.wYr.rk. 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