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lly UAVK.Vl'ORT it: JIOIIYNH. OREGON, MO MY LOYti. A VAI.KST1NI. MvLnvo Is llko tho 1)ly bright. Which gladden nil tho Holds by tiny, Ami whlpers tothoMnrs nt night, Whllo fairies list to w lint they my. And angels eoino nnd k letwcen, Only by stars nnd ilowersseen. So, where thn cnmcs.fho ever lirlnjr" Hnnshlno nnd penee, thnt to tier curt i .nun fnitn nlioo. nnd iiiiwunl stir tw. Though from tho turtli It soctnetl to start; Aim miner no to omen. niwii,j Onlv by them In ever known. My Iivo Is like n I.lly rnre: Symbol nnd typo of nil thnt s pure The I.llv Is, niul over fnlr On earth so lnngns .lowers rndiirr. It wim tho llrnt of llowers to rlo From Kurlli's cold tonili In l'nrndlsc. And thus to mnn did tlindow forth, How Christ should rlso on Kiuter-Moni. Thnt. wn. Ilkn lllm. tnlirht from tho Ilirth spnntfip.niuinmmi'iiMeiuiiiuu5,uriu l.llv ttim, Thus spotless she, and puro ns they. My I-ovo Is llko the Violet sweet. Thnt hides Itself with modest mien IkMienth tho llowers thnt lioldly greet, And Is content to bloom linoon lly nit, tint those who know mid prlro Its sweet perfume Hint's from the skies. There Is no llower, rich or mrc, Thnt with my darling enn compare: So rnlr nnd rndlnnt ns she (toes, More charming Is thim any Hose, V.if lffiu.ia i,f t f-mw-iHtl II Innril. And pierce tho brenst they would ndom: Whllo sho tho wound thnt Lovo did tenr llenlswlth her kiss, mid lenveo nosciir To show thnt ore n wound hits been! Anil (rlail would I bo hurt njriiln, Airittti in fed so Hweet ntnire. Thnt from her lips enme fresh nnd pure, Bwcct henrt, would'st thou tho fentures Irn.-f, Of thntfulrmnldwhoso chimin I've told? Then (to nml Ionic Into Ihy gins. Anil would'st thou know who Is so bold? Will you be mine us 1 nm thine, I'll tell 1 nm thy valentine. N. S. O. IChlenifii Tribune. T11K l'UODH.Al, SOX. A llimluoml t-'iimlay School Superintend ent dive nXrw Version of the Story. Last Sunday alternoon tho suporln nnilnnt. nl n. Klindav finhnnl nut In tho Black Hills happened to bo visiting somo friends in Brooklyn, nnd on invi tation, nttonded tho school scrvico of ono ol tho popular Methodist churches Invited to address tho children, ho dc clincd first, but finally conscntod, and to illustrnto tho welcome of tho sinner to repentance, tolated tho following anecdote: "I reckon most of you young onos .havo beam about that old feller in Egypt, which was well fixed for kids, Tho old man was heeled clear to his neck, and thar wasn't a dip nor spur that ho wasn't onto, and you bet ho had his squar doso o' sheers in ovory pay dirt chimon tho divide. Ho was a good old man, straight as a rlflo bar'l, and without knot, rot or woodpecker holo lrom root to crow's nest. For a long Umo ho'd boon full owner o' an oighty stamp mill, and travelers in them parts -seon tho smoko rising from his chimney pretty steady, and they knowed quartz was grinding and tho dust was good. Thar warn' t no funny business about the old man. Ho knowed primo wash from salt by tho color, and it warn' long aforo tho boys quit stealing his mules and set right down to tho levels and picked for trade. Thoy knowed ho'd straddlo any blind, but ho doalt fair, and thoy respected him. Woll, children, tho old man banked a heap o quartz. Ho had n big ranch, and tho sheep on it was as thick as miners' tents. Thar was antolopo, andpralrio chickens, and jack rabbits, nnd black tail deer till you couldn't rest. And thar was lots of wheat and a big shack, built o' logs, with a parlor in ono end. Now, I toll you, that thar old man was fixed up to tho trap, and don't you forgot nothing. But ono o' his sons was kind o' restless. Ho wanted for to prospect for himself. Tho old man givo him tho racket straight from t'to hip; told him not to mako a doggono fool of himself. Stay whoro ho was. Thar was more money in a stamp mill than thorc was in mines, and ho advised tho kid to locate right thar. Wbv, children, that thar old man know from tho fust hour thot tho short didn't have no show, oven for tailings, and what's tailings, oven if ho played to win, to a squar dlvido on the regular wash But tho kid wanted long grass, and SO tho Old man Started him and gaVO mm uis messing, nnu loiumm lor to at- way uoai tovci wtiu ino tawo anu nover lot a man got his elbow bohind his kid- wt r Ittrti nliii cn linif rvtf nmntt ujuu """ "j h ..y. Fixed straight to bis hair. All tho dust no wanton, ucsi auvico a ooyevor got. What do you think ho did? Ho went broke. I nover knew whether ho got .into a garao vhar thoy played straights, cr whether somo follow hold ovor him on a squar deal, but ho wont clear to tho bottom o' his socle and struck bed rock. Clean up and dead gono. The .yield didn't pan a cent to tho ton. Gulch dried up. Dips crossed his anglos, Blind leads fetched tho only volu ho had oxcep ono, but he didn't know of. Ho was digging for yellow in black rook and couldn't soo the glory that was only walllnr, for Mm fn nnqfiv nml enln. Vnfl. i,t Ti,nn,nt nnnf lmtr wittinnf you bet. Thar thot poor boy, without money enough to buy a box o' matches, u ' ws uriviuK t, wn t u, uu nvrltes. whllo all the sky was pourlne out tho best color evor panned, ana ho could't got onto It. Woll, thar was only one thing to do. Prospecting was no use So ho wont down on a ranch and told thn ranchmen he'd keep the coyotes off tho pigs. You know what an ornery uerncu tning a pig is, You've got to kill him and smoko him and throw him away and forgot hlra be foro you can eat him, and yet thot thar young man hlvod right down with thorn pigs and drawed whon it was ht turn, and it ho had a fair hand o' shucks ho was gooso on his luok, BImby tho racket got too stiff for him, and ho kick ed. Ho mado up his mind to flock back to tho mill and strlko tho old man for another stake. Did tho old man go back on hltnP Well, not for coin. Did ho say ho wasn't hiring tiny new hnnils, but tho kid might got onto work nt Hnniilton's Hollow? I reckon not. Says ho, Tut It hero, part!,' ami ho just fell clean over him. Thct's stylo. Thot's trndo from tho origin. Thct ain't all. Thct thar old man fotchod out n buckskin trowscrs nnd nn ante- lopo shirt, nnd somo Huffnlo boots nnd a enmp hat, nnd drnwed tho young Id ler right In. KhP How's that? Git ling you now, nm I? Begin to hook onto my ruckot? Know who tho old man wns? Yes, you bet your life, nnd He's wnltlng for you to pass out on n bobtail, nnd for you to como to him nnd bo fitted out nnd started In tho stamp mill ngnin llko you novor hopped tho tl-ra-lu nnd hooked out Irom under tho lninily umbrella. Let up nnd bo saved. For I toll you, children, tho lower level gets nwiui not somoumcs, nnu it you enn no piacor woru wiui mo any rigrn. around you, keop nway from tho tunnel business, for thar's no drawing alter a bet. "I'd llko tohnvo you sing n hymn for mo that we sing In our Sunday school, 'Baby MInoj' do you know UP" And to tho astonishment of tho local superintendent thoy did know It, nnd ho couldn't start it. Tito "Food Question" nt tho .Bottom of it All. Food and Health. A correspondent, writing from Kan- turk, Ireland, describes n romarkablo scono nt a meriting of tho l'oor Law Gunrdians: "Tho day wns bittor cold. About two hundred famished persons stood without tho workhouso whero tho guardians met. Among thorn wcro eighty sti.lwnrt but hungry-looking la borers, who loudly demanded work. flio guardians could givo them none. In tho midst of tho meeting word was I , . i . . . . ? roKi mutur" v,m". U'B their way into tho building. Business was suspended nnd a dead silcnco pro- vailed. Immediately afterward foot stops wcro heard asconding tho stairs. Tho door wns almost taken from its hinges with tho kicking nnd pushing it received from tho outsldo. Soveral voices were heard calling on the guard! ans to open tho door and givo thorn ro lief. Tho doer was opened by Mr. CauliQ'o, ono of tho guardians, who was about to leavo tho room, when ho was thrown back and informed that neither ho nor any guardian in tho room should leavo until thoy had dono something for them. Tho passago on tho stairs was thronged with sullon, famished-looking men. Ono of tho guardians suggested that thoy could got somo tea in tho house, when a voico roplled: 'To hell with your teal What good is tea to us when our children aro starving? As sure ns God mado littlo apples, 1 am ready to dio for my children. I'll do somothing despcrato if I don't got relief for thorn.' A sceno of confusion ensued, which lasted soveral minutes. In tho background somo poor follows wcro weeping. After somo tlmo tho men got to understand that tkoy could find bread and tea in tho hall, and that their fami lies would rccoivo out-door relief for a week. Tho besieged guardians were, oh this understanding, allowed to go uninterrupted. Tho men seeking relief mado their way to tho dining hall, whero thoy did full justlco to tho meal." Hero wo havo tho "Food Question" with a vengeance, and tno true reason for tho nnarchy provailing in Iroland Ireland rovolts bocauso Iroland is hungry. Well-fed pcoplo generally tako most things infringement of their rights included oasy. In tho graphic account given abovo several points stand out strongly. On tho ono hand wo havo thn laborer though starving, showing his moral strength by domnnding work first and food afterwards; on tho other hand wo havo tho poor law guardian, though well ted, showing his moral woakness by an attempt to setlo tho difficulty with "somo tea." That tho worklngmcn should havo sent tho tea "to hell" scorns natural How rmthctio his words when ho savs ..What irnml Is ten. to i when nnr nhll, drcn aro starving I" Tho imminent riot was averted on tho proini80 of tho nunrdians to afford reliof I . . . ... t0 mo starving lamuios. so far so Eood. vot tho Urao ls rDldlv annroacb nir wi,nn HnMf win 1,1, ( D,,m,r .r. rlbly, unless it is wiso in season, takos to heart tho daily warnings occurring all over tho world, and gives arcady oar to tho words ot thoso earnest reformers who aro interesting thomsolves In tho yet much neglected 'food question.' A returned Australian found tho baby no left at homo a miss of fivo summers, Ono day ho offended hor, and sho frot- ""'y exclaimed, "I murrioi lato tho fa wish you had novor family." Tbe Mtterlng away of wealth la of minor account compared to the expenditure of vital I?rcob?',JelT in treating a Cough or Cola. D.r- Bull a Cough Byrup saves tlmo and i sirengin in its euect upon Coughs and Colds, l'nce on)y 25 ccn' bottle. Born on Monday, Wart on the nose; Born on Tuesday, Corns on the toes; Bom on Wednesday, Hair will bo red; Born on Thursday, Weak In the head; Born on Friday, Frecklyskln; Born ou Baturday, Mole on the chin; Born on Sunday, Born to tin. People Nlioultl I'urllv the blood bv cleanslne the svstem foul humors, and by giving strength to the liver, kidneys and bowels, to perform their regular functions. Kidney-Wort will do It. This remedy Is now prepared In liquid as well as in ary lorm. Jtutr-vcean. LATE MEWS (a'ciicral Scwk, Of tho 85,855 emigrants to Canada, lust year, 47,270 proceeded to the United States. A llro at Pittsburg, Texas, Fob. 12th, destroyed tic postonice, a livery stable and a saloon. Over fitty-sovon Inchos of snow foil In Manitoba during the. first twelve days of February. Tho Queen City Mnllcablo Iron Works, Cincinnati, burned Feb. 14th. Loss, f 15,000 to 120,000. Mrs, Nelson Johnson, Swcdc.drowned herfelf, while Insane, at Colnmbus, Ohio, Feb. 10th. Thlrty-flYo thousand colliers nro on strike In Lancashire, England, and the num ber Is Increasing. From tho lumber regions of Wiscon- sic tbc reports arc that the crop ot logs cut Is the largest on rccotd. Frof. Franklin Carter, of Yale, has been elected President of Williams College, vice Chadbournc, resigned. AtMllwaukco on tho morning of Fob. 14th Christian Margurel and wife were suffo cated by gas from a coal stove. Bcports indicato that tho whole peach crop of southern New Jersey has been de stroyed by the lato cold weather. Somo twenty retail shops, saloons, etc., at Dcnlson, Texas, were burned, Feb. 14th. I.oes not stated, but heavy. Two grnnd-ohlldrcn of a farmor named Wagner near Henry, 111., perished In his house which bumcd recently. Wluiiold Matthews was Instantly killed at Lcadrlllc on the night of Feb. 15th by the breaking ot a saw In n caw mill. Tho huge oil tank of tho Standard Oil Company at Ucrgcnpolnt. N. J., exploded and burned, Feb. 12th. Lose, 1 15,000. Tho Houso Appropriation Committco agreed to tho bill providing for an appropria tion to search for the stenmer Jcanncttc. Nearly 100,000 rth of property as lost by tho Monongahcla Ice gorge at Pittsburgh, on the morning ot Feb. 10th. A boiler in Bush's mill, Isabella county, Mich., exploded Feb, 15th, killing An drew (Jcorgo Hart and wounding four others. A farmer named Kline, near Kent, Ohio, perished In the flames of his burning house a few days ago. He was seventy yearn old. Tho Germans of St. Louis hold a largo meeting on the night ot Feb. 10th, to protest gainst the proposed antl-bcer legislation In Missouri. Tho Michigan Aventto Baptist Church, Chicago, was almost destroyed by lire on the night of Feb. 12th. The building cost 1121,000. According to tho estimates of tho State Agricultural Bureau the farm and live stock product of Illinois, during 1SS0, aggro, gates f 230,000. Miss Reed, a medical Btudent of tho Ann Arbor, Michigan, University, committed suicide, Feb. 10th, by drowning herself. No cause assigned. A party of wealthy Indiana farmers arc In Texas prospecting for lands and looking up locations for lndlanluns who desire to era! grate to that State. Tho Palaoo Hotol, at Buffalo, Now tori:, burned on tho night of Feb. 15th. The structuro cost (500,000. The Insurance will cover two-thirds of the cost. Tho schedulo in tho assignment of John Maxwell, tho heavy stone dealer, ot Hon dout, N. Y., Just filed shows that the assets exceed tho liabilities $100,000. Tho Senate Territorial Committee au tborlzcd Senator Baundcrs to report favorably on tho bill creating tho tcrcltory of l'cmblna of the northern half of Dakota. At Danielsunvlllo, Conn., Fob. 15th, three children were fatally burned by pouring kerosene on a tiro. The mother was seriously Injured In trying to save their lives. Tho Houso Foreign Committco will report that the Spanish claims In East Florida should be put In the way of an adjustment and payment with Interest by the United States. Tho small pox seems to bo on the in crcaso In Eastern cities. In Jersoy City, thero wcro eight cases In one family, and four In another. There wero several cases at Deal Beach, N. Y. By an explosion in tho oil works of Archibald fc Schumere, Mr. John Mucy, the superintendent, and a laborer were killed. The building was wrecked and burned, Loss, 130,000. Ex-Gov. Stophon A. Miller, of Min nesota, has been stricken with apoplexy and cannot recover. He was born In Pennsylvania In 1800 and went to Minnesota In 1858, and was Governor In 1660-70. A now olectrio light company has been organized In Dettolt with a stock of half a million dollars, owned by tho heaviest capital ists, for tho purposo ot lighting, heating and driving machinery. Tho dry goods houso of Frecdman Bros., Detroit, has turned over Its affairs to creditors, filing three mortgages aggregating over (100,000, Tho stock Is supposed to large ly exceed the debts. Small-pox provails to an opidomio ex tent at Cuba, Ills., thero being 82 cases. Six deaths have occurred, Tho epidemic Is In creasing In Chicago. On the 15th there were eleven cases. Tho wholesalo grocery houso of Kuhn & Co., the dry goods establishment ot Qoed sell & Co., and the Dentson JTerald office at Denlson, Texas, were burned Feb. 0th, Loss, (58,000; Insurance, (34,000. As an onglno of tho St. Joseph & Western Railway wgs crossing a bridge over Bine River near Marysvllle, Kansas, Feb, 14th, the rails spread and It was thrown Into tho river below and wrecked. Tho President of Mexico has mado a grant of 15,000 leagues In Sonora to Samuel Bannan, formerly ot California, on which to oolonlzo 1,000 families, understood to be ready to move Into the country from the Eastern and Western States and Territories. Tho report of tho Board of Agricul turo of Illinois shows that during the past twenty-one years after receiving a fair remu ntratlon for the cost ot production ot their com, the farmers ot that State have received a net profit of nearly (1,000,000,000. Mrs. S, E. Nichols committed sulcido at Carthage, Mo,, on the morning ot February 0th, by Jumping Into a well before the family were up. Sho was a sister of Miss Hogg, of Bloomlugton, III., who suicided at Mrs, Nlch ol's house some time ago. She bad twice be fore attempted to kill herself; and her father also met death at bis own bands. Tho Union Pacific Bailway Corapatry havo authorized T. II. Kimball, Assistant General Manager, to tubscrlbc I00.0C0 to aid In the construction ot a large grain elevator In Omaha, Citizens subscribe (40,000, The elevator Is to havo a capacity ot OC0.O0O bush els, and to be finished In time for this season's crop. Whllo two locomotives wcro attempt ing to clear tho track of tho Richmond branch of the Wabash railway, In Mo. Ftb. 12th, a rail broke and the rear engine, with eight men on It, was thrown down a thirty-foot embank ment. Conductor Klldlff was badly scalded and othcrwlso hurt; Engineer Horace Dcvcry, badly scalded; J, Sullivan, section boss, sev eral ribs broken ; and thrcce others moro or less Injured. In response to Inquiries sent to tho railroad agents throughout tho winter wheat growing belt tributary to St. Lout;, the Post- Dispatch publishes a very full report of the acreage, present condition and prospect of tho winter wheat crop. The reports given show that to far the damage by the lato and scrcre changes of tbc weather has been vry slight, and only In a few localities. The acrcago Is much larger than last year, tho present condi tion favorable and the prospects fair to good. Reports from Illinois are particularly encour aging and Indicato a large yield and excellent quality. By a railway collision nt Rock Hill Station on the Northern Pennsylvania Rail way, Feb. 10th, both engines were demolished, tho baggage car telescoped and a number of freight cars wrecked. Two men were Instant ly killed, and five fatally Injured. Five others were badly Injured, and many slightly. The disaster waa due to a misunderstanding of a telegram by the engineer of the freight train, who had been ordered to run Into the siding below the (tatlon. There was another siding abovo the station which he thought was the ono meant In the dispatch, but before ho was able to reach It the collision occurred. There was a dense fog at the time. Now York celebrated tho 90th anni versary of the birth of Peter Cooper, Feb. 12th, A special commemoration took place In the large hall at llio Cooper Union, which was crowded In every part. After an address by Pro f. Raymond, a letter was read from Mr. Cooper to the trustees of tho Union, In which ho asked them to accept his check for ten thousand dollars, to be added to tho (10,000 golden wedding endowment fund, established by him seventeen years ago, the Interest of which bad been annually given to Institutions for aiding poor children. Cooper also pre sented his check for (30,000, together with re ceipts In full for (10,000 the past year on the building. Hon. Fernando Wood, Member of Congress from New York, died at Hot Sprlntrs, Arkansas, on the night ot February 13th. Ills disease was a complication of gout and rheumatism. The Springs wero ot no benefit to htm, and his physicians entertained no hope of his recovery from tho beginning. Mr. Wood was horn at Philadelphia, June 14, 1812, ot Quaker parentage. He settled In New York In early childhood, and became a successful shlppl:j merchant, but bis election to Con gress as a Democrat In 1840, changed his life to a political one. In 1S50-7 he was mayor of New York, and again In 1801-2. In 1363-5 and 1607-9 be was acftln In Cowrress. continu ing a member ot tho lower Houso up to tbc time ot his death. , On tho 14th of Fobruary, four miles north of Monmouth, 111., the C, B. & Q. rati roal passenger train north, consisting of bag gage, smoking, passenger and deeping can, was ditched ty a broken rail and tho last three cars rolled down a twenty foot embank ment, the smoking car landing bottom up, and tho coach and sleeper careening their sides In an Immcnso snow drift. For tunately there were only twelve passengers on the train, but seven of these wero Injured, threo seriously. Tbelr names are Lucius F, Newton, Davenport; Richard Barther, Beards- town; A. M. Lclghton,Ncw lork. Surgeons wero dispatched and tho wounded aro being cared for. One ear Ignited but was extin guished by the snow. Tho faulty rail was broken in sercntccn places. Crime. An incondiary firo in Boston, Feb. 10th, caused a loss of (30,000, Mrs. F. Mullen stabbed hor husband to death at Scranton, Pa., Feb, 14th. Annlo Maokoy recently on trial in Chicago for the murder ot Annie Bell, was ac quitted, A box forwarded from St. Phillips to Montreal, as poultry recently, was found to contain a decomposed corpse. Tho postmaster at Falrvlow, Rod Willow county, Neb., has been arrested for an extended course of depredation In rifling registered letters. In Now York, Feb. 10th, Peter Can- field was sent to the Tombs charged with the murder ot Ann Cunningham, by pouring kcro ecne oil on her clotlng and Igultlng It. A special says a young man named Davis was killed on the evening of Feb, 12 th near McDade Station, Texas, by Dave Carter and Johnny Nash, who claim that Davis was killed In resisting arrest. Dan Hanlay, Superintendent of tho Washington mine at Kokomo, Colorado, and JohnS. Wheeler, an old resident, each with a company ot exasperated mon, had a savage fight, Feb.IOlb, about tho said mine. A great many shots were exchange, but the extent ot the damage as yet ls not known. Somo two or threo wooks slnco Mr. Leaver suddenly disappeared from his homo near Utlca, Mo., and his friends have been searching tor him since. On the 15th his body was found In the manger ot his barn, with his throat cut from car to car, and his boots under his head for a pillow. A pocket knife was used, but It ls unknown whether by him self or somebody else. He ls 40 years old and leaves a family. A Denver Itepubhcan special of Feb. 15th says t At Robinson early this evening Deputy Marshal Mcllhannoy was shot and fa tally wounded by unknown parties In ambush. The assassin Is supposed to be a miner ot Rob inson, a man who vowed vengeance on Mcll hanney for having, as a court, decided Justifi ably that bo shot a miner named Hurber a short time since. Robinson Is In a state ot great excitement and It ls feared a general outbreak will occur between the authorities and the miners ot Robinson mine. Government dotectlyes havo discov ered that thefts of mall matter were being committed on the mall cars between Roch ester and Chicago, on the Lako Shore & Michi gan Southern trains, and several arrests have been made. Tho most Important was that of John P. Lelst, a young man ot good appear ance, who has been assistant weigher at the Chicago postofllco. On his person were found documents and money to a large amount, and under his bed the ofllcers discovered In a bouse of Ill-fame a large additional amount ot val uables, some ot them In 'tho original envel opes. The total amount recovered was twelve to fifteen thousand dollars. His method was to cut a silt In the mall pouch and abstract the letters. He made a full confession, On tho porson of Dr. Soldcn Whlttcn Crowe, arrested In tho Astor House, New York, for creating a disturbance, was found letters from Prof. LoggIns,of Burlington, Vt., asking Crowe's terms for furnishing cadavers. Crowe said he had been In the business of procuring cadavers slnto Buchanan's adminis tration, Ho got the bodies and disposed of them at (25 apiece. Ho rofuscd to say where ho procured them, declaring he could not be loduccd to givo away his business. Uebaggcd tramps, as, he said, they mako the best sub jects. Ho would get them for anybody men tioned for (50 a pair. Crowe fought for Jeff Davis In tho Twenty-fourth Cavalry during tho war, and had been arrested In Washington on suspicion of being Implicated In the plot to assassinate President Lincoln. Somo tlmo ago John W. Young, son ot Brlgham Young, son ot Brlgham Young, married a Philadelphia lady ot high social position, under a pledge ot never practicing tiolygamy. Nearly three years ago Young vio lated his promise and married Luella Cobb, a very handsome young girl of Salt Lake City, scarcely more than sixteen, His first wife Im mediately separated from him and has been living alone since. It Is said that previous to her marrlsgo she secured a dower. Lately Young has been engaged In extensive contracts In Arizona, and from thero ho went to St. Louis, when he telegraphed Luella to meet htm In Denver on his way home. Luella ar rived In Denver Saturday evenlne, Feb. 12, and took quarters at tho Windsor Hotel; Young arrived Feb. 14th. Ho was Immediately arrested by Chas. H. Uawley, Deputy U. S. Marshal, on telegraphic instructions from tho U, 8. Marshal at Salt Lake, where he has been Indicted for bigamy, It ls supposed, at the In stance of bis first wlfo. Young was before the U. S. Commissioner this afternoon and gave bond In (2,000. IV'orcldm IRELAND- Tho Freeman's Journal, ot Dublin, says tho fact that Parncll did not remain nil tho time In Paris was duo ton friendly Intima tion that tho French aro not to bo depended on to fully recognize tho rights of prlvato In dividuals to control money Invested In their names. Parncll, O'Kcllcy, Egan, Harrl', Brcn nan, Dillon and Blggar hold a consultation In Paris. Afterwards Parncll, Dillon, B'ggar anil O'Kcllcy return to London to participate In sittings In the Commons. Egan will remain In Paris; tho others return to London. Walsh Is still In London. It Is Rtatcd that tho Land Loaguo has decided to Invest in the Lnltcd States the 70,000 now In Europe. When Parncll re turned to Paris from Frankfert thero were ru mors that his absenco from London was due to his fear ot being arrested. A delegate from the last meeting of tho Land League waited on blm with a resolution that he should go to America, but he decided to remain on the continent to complete other arrangements In connection with the League in consequenco of Its becoming known to himself and friends that communications addressed to him and them bad been tampered with by the Govern ment. The Leagues are convinced they were tampered with as long ago as December, and the utmost caution has since been used. It ls denied that any compromising statement has been written, but It Is thought necessary to remove tho headquarters ot the League to Paris. Parnell will start for England In a few days. Brennan has been instructed to de posit all tbc documents of tho League In a place ot security. All communication be tween Parncll and his friends In England Is carried on by couriers. Bigger and Healcy returned to London. Dublin dispatches of Fob. loth, say A returned Irish-American named Laughlln will be arrested In connection with the out rago and robbery t.c?r Castle Island, County Kerry. The Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland speak ing at the Lord Mayor's bar.quct, said that though tho persons receiving Indoor relief wero fewer than at the same tlmo last year, the num ber receiving outdoor relief was greater. Whether the present calm was tho beginning ot a permanent peace, or whether a Sharp struggle was before us, what bad happened was full ot grave meaning. It showed that below tho apparent smoothness there was a certain amount of mischief lurking. Parnell has writton a long lotlor to the Irish National Land League. Ho has d( cldcd'not to como to America at the prctent time, but will remain in Ireland and in Par liament, no appeals to English and Scotch public opinion against the tcnorlsmof Par liament, advises tenants to retuso to pay un Just rents, and refuse to tako farms from which others have been evicted. ENOLAND. Dillon spoko in Manchester, Feb. 9th. Ho eatd englishmen did not quickly change their temper toward the Irish, the latter would Indeed be dogs and slaves if they did not long for the day when they could Join tho United States. Parncll, he said, within a month would stand In Congress at Washington, an honored and welcomed spokesman of their cause. Tho Fenians nro arriving In England from Ireland. Their movements are closely watched. It U rumored that thero Is a plot to blow up Windsor Castlo. Precautions jkvc been taken and the Q jeen has delayed her re turn from Oiborno. Tho firo In Victoria dock Is doubtless Incendiary. The Windsor Spin ning Comcany's cotton mills at Oldham1, i 1 .... r s i rt win I uurncu, rcu, j.uu. iuno, ?4v,uw. Baroness Burdott-Coutts and Wm. L, Ashmead Bartlett wero married on tho moil ing ot Feb. 12th at Christ Church, Lorn The marriage ceremony was performed by lev Wm. Cardell, assisted by Rev. Henry Write, Chaplain Savoy ot the Chapel Royal, I J ono but tho nearest relatives and most Intlhate friends of the parties were present. Bir Fran cis Burdett, the headot the family, gave away the bride. The bridal party were afterwardta?111'""0119! Paying for legislation prohlb " I Itlnn ia mannfaafitru anil lalu rf alnsViilf entertained at the rvsldenco of Mrs. ulon, eldest sister ot tho bride, whosi prevented her presence In tho chun Baroness was remarkably well prevlo marriage. Mr. Bartlett, In accorda tbe Duchess of 8t Albans' will, assijnes the name ot Burdett Coutts before his ( wn sur name, lie ana his wire leit mat alternoon for the seat ot Admiral Jordon in Kent. Tho Parliamentary Committoo of tho Home Rule Party have decided that as soon as the protection bill ls pasted that about a doz en members will proceed to Ireland and hold meetings, leaving to tho Gove mment tbe re sponsibility ot arresting thorn. A London dispatch of Feb. 16th, says: It Is rumored In Cork that the Fenians in America and the United Kingdom are aiding tho Boers with men and money, It is said that COO American adventurers have gone to tbe seat of war. Large bodies ot Boers are reported moving South of New Castle, appar ently to attack the reinforcements. One hun dred seamen have been ordered to Transvaal from Sherncss to form a naval brigade. ArnioA. Specials received indloato clearly that Gen. Colley was defeated In a fight with the Boers, and narrowly escaped to camp under 1 raven- lihealth it. The th to the fie wilt. cover ot the darkness, and that the Boers ulght have annihilated thr-n had they pushed their advantage, Tho Pall Mall Oazette urges a stoppago of the hateful and bootless slaugh ter by making peaco. SOfjllI AMKKICA. Tho stoamor Athos, irom Colon, con firms tho report of the fall ot Lima. On Jan uary 14th tho Chilians advanced In n heavy fog unobserved until tho second Chilian lino was within 400 meters ot the enemy and their first line engag id In a hand to hand conflict for two hours, Tho Peruvians maintained the tight for twelve hours until 4 p. m., when, be ing nearly (lank id by tho Chilians, who lost heavily, they wero obliged to retire. Twodays later a Peruvian remnant with a rcservo of 0,000 young men of Lima wero rescued, tho Chilian advance firing from tho breastworks for five hours, when the Chilians forced their way Into the town of Mlraflorcs and reduced It to ashes. Tho losses In killed and wounded In tho two battles ls estimated at 0,000 Peru vians and 7,000 Chilians. Tho Peruvian loss In material ls Immense, and leaves tho army ot the center entirely without means ot war. The Chilians entered Lima on the 17th without resistance and established a local government, with Godla, the former Chilian Minister In Ecuador, as Prefect. Tho capital Is orderly and the populaco returned to tho Chinese quarter on tho 15th on account ot tho alleged enmity of tho Chinese to the country. ORRUANT. Tho North Gorman Oazette makes a violent attack on Gambetta, accusing him of attempting to drag France Into a warllk VolIcy. Tho lowor house rejected tho motion In favor ot rescinding tho regulations with holding the stipends of recalcitrant clergy men. SPA1K. A Madrid dispatch of Feb. 10th says, nmncsty will bo granted to tho Journalists that aro being prosecuted or already con doomed. Political cmtgrnuts will bo permit ted to return. WASHINGTON. Nummary of ConzrrcMsIonnl Pro cccuingH, SENATE. Wasihnotok, Thursdny, Fob. 10. Pendleton, Anthony nnd Bayard wero made tho committco on Inauguration. Tho legisla tive appropriation bill was received and re ferred. Bialne Introduced a bill for tho tern- fiorary Increase of the facilities for tho dam nation and adjudication of pension claims. The postal appropriation bill was taken up. After some consideration and amendment tho 8cnate adjourned. house. A number of nrtvate bills wero dlsnoscd of. The House went lot committee on the river and harbor bill. A long debate followed, which was participated In by Reagan. Cox, Page, Townsend of Ohio, Cannon, Henderson, Dunnell, Marsh, Chalmers and others. With out further action the committee rose, and . . T t -.11 1 ' tue iiuusu aujuurueu. SENATE. Washington, Friday. Fob. 11. Koo- nan offered a resolution to authorize and re quest the President to Invite the nartlclnatlon. of foreign nations in the international exhi bition oi less. Hoar, a resolution instruct ing the Judiciary committee to report whether the assembling al Washington of.lar e bod ies oi organized ana armea troops not under the command of United States officers or na tional authority be not likely to prove in fu ture dangerous in practice, and whether any legislation or opinion be advisable. Hoar said the resolution had no relevency to the coming Inauguration, but an expression of opinion on a practice which might otherwise becomo a dangerous prec edent. Resolution laid over. Soma discus sion followed on tho matter ot tho Ponca In dians. Cor Mine offered a resolution that the great Kanawa Company assume the levy awl collect tho tolls on tho commerce ot the river, and Instructing the lildlclarv committee tn I nqulre Into tho matter adopted. Tho postal appropriation diii was resumed, tne question lieloc on tho appeal of Maxuy from tho decis ion of tho chair that tho amendment appro priating (l,tOU,CO0 for mail service In Ameri can Iron vessels was out of order. Beck sup ported tho chair. The vote on sustaining the chair resulted yeas, 15 ; nays ,S0. Hamlin then submitted a inoro carefully worded amend ment covering tho samo ground, it author izes tbo Postmaster General to make ten-year on tracts for ocean mall transportation, hav ing due regard to tbo reliability, speed and safety of the vessels, at tho rate nut exceeding J30 per mllo ono way for twclvo round trips per annum, or a proportionate amount for a quarter or Uso number of trips per mile. Without action the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. After tho transaction ot somo miscellaneous business the bouse went Into committee on tho prlvato calendar. After some threo hours the committee rose and passed some two doz en pension bills. Adjourned. SENATE. Washington, Saturday, Feb. 12. The Senate resolution passed Inviting foreign nations to tbo Exhibition of 1S83. Mor gan announced that the committco on elect oral count would not report this session. The postal appropriation bill was resumed, and Ham.ln's ocean mall amendment was discussed. It was ruled out of order. Morgan moved an amendment to Pugh's amendment, by adding thereto the fol lowing: "When vessels built In other countries aro so accented and employed the tame shall be entitled to all the privileges se cured by law to vessels built In the United States, except the Privilege of encanlne In the coastwise trade." Morrill moved to lay tbo amendment of Morgan on tho table The chair ruled that the effect ot tbo mottou, If mupieu, wuuiu uo to my iuu wnoio suujecion I he table. Tho vote demonstrated that a quo rum was uub prcocufc. aujuurucu. HOUSE. Elds' lnter-oceanlcbtllbelngrcported, caus ed a noisy strugglo as to whether It was an au thorized report. Tho whole sublcct was tabled. The bill regulating the Importation ot raw material used In tbe construction and repair of ships in foreign trade, was amended to as to provide that tbo copper and shelter of foreign production, manufactured In the United States may bo used. Atkins re ported back tbe Jeauuetto relief bill. It was referred to committee ot the wholo. Tho House tn committee ot the whole considered tbo river and harbor bill, several amendments were offered and rejected. After somo time the committee rose and the House adjourned Wltnoui completing me uiu, SENATE. Washington, Monday, Fob. 14. A large number ot petitions from temperance Hlng the manufacture and sale of alcoholic Beverages, were presented, iiootu iniroauccu a bill authorizing the payment ot prize money to tno oniccrs or i arragura neet tor tno ace tructton of tho enemy's vessels lnlS02, In rails Introduced a resolution, which was adontcd. calling upon tho District Commls eloners to see if some method cannot be adopted that will prevent the probability ot Inundations of the city hereafter. Tho postal appropriation bill was proceeded with. An amendment bv Morgan was agreed to. to al low steamships to be of steel as well as Iron. -nmA nf which were acreed to. and the hill finally passed. Tbe cattle dlseasfilll was taken up and five ot the eleven sections read. Tnuiman crmcisea tno macninery 10 do cre ated bv tho bill as complicated and cumlr somo, A message from the House announced the death ot Representative Wood, and, as a mars oi respect ior ine memory oi tne ae ceased, the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. Glymer, Forney and Hawley wero appointed confreres on tbo part ot the Houso on the army appropriation bill. A number of bills were Introduced and rorerred, Also Steven son's resolution , In the Illinois Legislature, urging tbo passage of such measures as will relieve the commerce of tho country from un lust discrimination bv railroad corporations, and nrotect inter-state commerce bv law. District business was considered, Tbo House went Into committee upon tbe Senate bill for funding ot 8 per cent certificates nf tha District of Columbia. Boon the com mittco rose and tbe Speaker announced the death of Fernando Wood,who had entered tho House forty years ago, and had be lived to fill the next term for which ho was chosen, ho would have served twenty years. Tucker, of the ways and meacscommlttee,of which Wood was chairman, presented the customary reso lutions and moved an adournmnt . Cox made a short d Jross, tho resolutions were adopted, and the Speaker appointed a committee to su perintend the funeral ceremonies. As a fur ther mark ot tho respect the Uouto adjourn ed. SENATE. Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 15. A bill was reported back from the military com mittee to place Thomas C. Crittenden Upon tho retired list, with the rank and pay of a brlgadler general. Thd funding bill was taken up. Remarks were mado by Bayard, and a. discussion followed upon the question ot whether tbo bond should bo a long or a short ono, Tbo amcudmcnt was agreed to author izing tho Secretary of the Treasury to issue bonds to an amount not exceeding $400, OOt',000. Klrkwood expressed blmselFstrong ly In favor of popularizing tbe debt and giving .opportunity to the peopl throughout the country to subscribe to It di rect, In small sums. Klrkwood offered an amendmcnt.maklng It the duty ot tho Secre tary of tbo Treasury to authorize public sub scriptions to be received at all public deposi tions and national banks for thn bonds and treasury notes authorized In tbe bill, for thirty days before giving any award to, or making any contract with, any syndicate, or Individ uals, or bankers, aud to award the full amount of such subscription without action on tho amendment of tho finance com mittee or eltber ot th amendments offered thereto. The funding bill being laid, aside as unfinished business, tho Senate ad journed. HOUSE. Carlisle, from the committee on ways and. means, reported back tho bill In relation to dutles on manufactured iron, etc. Placed on. the calendar. Kelly, from tbe samo commit tee, reported back the hill relcailng the Phila delphia & Reading railway from certain pen altiesreferred to committco of tho whole. Under call ot States, Blake Introduced a bill to regulato collection of taxes on Welts-beer. The II'iuso went Into committee on the river and harbor bill. Amendments being rejected, Crittenden criticised the manner In which the advocates of the bill voted do-vn every amend ment offered. Updeg-alt, ot Iowa, offered an amendment appropriating t-40,000 for an ice harbor at Dubuque. Springer raised a point of order against tbo amendment, nnd a long discussion followed. The amendment was re jected. After somo further debato tbo com mittco rose and tho House adjourned. SENATE. Washington, Wodnosday, Feb. 17. Eaton, from tbo committee on foreign rela tions, reported a resolution Inslsltm; that tbo construct.ou of a ship canal across.' the Isth mus Is nccescary. Tabled temporarily and ordered printed. Allison reported the fortifi cation bill, with amendments. The funding bill was taken up. Morrill favored It. Klrk wood suggested the same elasticity as to rate which was given to tho Treasury notes should be extended to bonds, an 1 that therefore thc phraso "not exceeding $yx per cent," should bo made applicable In botu. After iome de bato participated In by Allison, Booth, Blair, Pondleton and Voorhees upon tho posMble ad vantago to tho government In allowing the Secretary of tho Treasury discretion as to fix ing tho rate on the short loan, the Senate went Into executlvo session, and wbcu the doars wcro opened adjourned. HOUSE. Tbo Houso went Into committco on the river and harbor bill. All tho amendments increas ing the appropriation for Chicago were re jected. Updegraff, of Iowa, offered an amend ment Btrming out tno appropriation of tib,vw for the Monongahela river. It was rejected; also Fort's amendment allowing tbe govern ment to regulate tolls over that river. Many other amendments were offered and rejected. upaegrau, oi lowa, opposea tne bin, ana made several brief but sarcastic and amusing speeches. The eommlttcerosewlthouthavlnir finished the bill. Tho bill passed for the dis tribution, after three months notice of un claimed dividends among creditors ot nation al hanks. Wells presented a conference re port on the Indian appropriation bill. The bill was passed granting a pension of (40 per month to the widow of Rear Admiral Pauld ing. Tho report of tbe conference on the na val appropriation bill was accepted. The riv er and harbor bill again came up, and Upde- Sraff, of Iowa, resumed his opposition, .oily Inquired how much tho gentlemen want ed for bis district; ho thought It might be more economical to let him have It. upaegrau said ho was glad to see a friend ot the bill had Dlaeed it nnnn n nrnner hniUr that It was .supported by Its friends only be cause they got a sllco of the pork. On motion of Conger tbe amendment was adopted appro- y.itumn HDuiucienc amount, ior operating ana repairing of tho Dcs Moines Rapids Canal, St. Mary's Fall Canal, and Louisville and Port land Canal, and authorizing tho Secretary ot War to draw his warrant on tho Treasury for the necessary sums. Various other amend ments were considered. Blount reported from, tho appropriation committee the sundry civil appropriation bill, which appropriates tlO, 0Dl,00d ordered prnted and recommitted, the House again went Into Committee, on tho river and harbor bill. Updegraff, of Iowa,, moved to strlko out all alter tbo enacting clause and Insert an appropriation of $7,000, 000 to bo expended under tho direction of the Secretary of War In tho Improvement ot rivers and harbors rejected. Tho commit teo rose and reported the bill to the House, after which the House adjourned. To Hunt for tho Jcanncttc Chicago Tlmci. Capt. Howgato said to-day to a re porter: "I think tho government will undoubtedly send a roliet ship to hunt for tho Joannetto tho coming summer. In my opinion thero is no nocd for anx- ioty for tho safety of tho vossol. Wo know that bho was proporly fitted with, everything, including bIoIejIis and dogs. nnd if sho had been caught in an ice floo and crushed, thoso on board would un doubtedly havo had tlmo to go over tho ice to tho main land, and thonco to Sl borla and St, Petersburg, whenco we should hear by tolograph of iholr arri val. You cannot call this caso and tho ono of tho two whalers that wcro lost parallol, bocauso tho whalers only had an ordinary whaling ontBt, whilo on tho Jeannotto thoy had overythiug.including pluck and brains." "Should a vessol bo sent, what ono would bo soloctedP" "Tho Cor win is tho only ono that could go. Thero would not bo tlmo either to build a sultablo vessel or to strengthen one to combat tho ico, to ll a vo her do any good tho coming sea son. YourememborthoCorwin proved, horsolf last year a good ship. I think, thero will bo continual expeditions sent out for oxploratlon in that roglou, not, only by our government, but also by foroigntgovornments. IFhlnk tho Eng lish nation will sond out ono the coming season." a O "How so-u would IS Impossible to hoar from the Jeannotto P." "If all has boonjwell, wo can not pos sibly hoar, I think, before Ootobor or Novombor. The probabilities aro that the ship is lntljo jlpinlty of Wrangle l.anj. Now, thlsii a favorite place for wliollng vessels on tho Paolllo coast, aud i think wo shall bo llknly to hear something by this means, if tho Jean notto doos not return." Two ships wero damaged, eighteen railway trucks and twelve grain laden barges were destroyed by fire on the Victoria docks, London, Feb. 8th, The damage by fire In tho Victoria docks Is estimated at 440,000. A Crostf lluby, Nothing la so conducive to a man's re maining a bachelor as stopping for one night at tbo houso of a married friend and being kept awake for fivo ot six hours by the cry ing of a cross baby, AH cross and crying babies need only Hop Bitters to make them well and smiling, Toungman, remember this, Travtller, If, L TV