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lly IIAVK.M'OKT .fc 1IIU1YXH. OUKGON, : : : MO LATE NEWS (cncrtil i"cTHi Eight buildings woro burned at Ulilge wooJ, N. Y.i March lUli. Loss, $10,000. A firo in l'oughkecpsiu, N. i., March 3d, caused ft loss of 1(50,000 worth of property. Judgo Parker, In the eaio ol Captain l'ajrnc, for alleged violation of tho Territorial law, has deferred his decision until May. A ilro In tho HohuontOil works, Phil adelpbta, March Oib, destroyed a number of bulldlrgs and a large qqanttlty of oil. Loss, 1 100,000. Tho miners of Connullsvillo coal re gion, have (truck for an advance of wages. The strike Is quite extensive, affecting several thousand men. A cartridge manufactory has been opened at Constatlnoplc with American ma chinery, and capable of turning out 30,000 cartridges dally. Robert C. l'attc, ol St. Louis, sold his famous mare, Mattle Hunter, to John Sul livan, who gave an order on C. F. Emery, of Cleveland, for the purchaeo money, $12,000. A firo nt Plymouth, Wis., on tho night of Much 3J, burned the flouring mills of Wharton & Eellng, who perished In the llames l,oss on mill and Mock fl5,C00; Insurance, JS.OOO. A railway colllson occurred near Sov crln Stntlon, 15 miles from Baltimore. One passenger and one train hand were killed and seventeen wounded. Three engines were wrecked. Tho existence or tho plaguo in Meso potamia Is fully cotflrrned. There have been eighteen deaths it Ncfcr and thirty at Cuaaro. The most energetic measures have been taken to prevent lis spread. St. Patrick's Catholic church, Peoria, 111., which was dedicated Sept. 11, 1SS0, caught tire March 5'.h and was entirely gutted In ha -an hour's time. The loss Is estimated at 118, (00; Insurance (15,000. The society will re bull l at once. A Portland, Oregon, dispatch says the Farmers' Convention at Salem, to consider the wheat question In all its bearings, adopted a resolution condemning the law which pro hibits the purchase of foreign ships. It Is es timated that the wheat now stored for export In the Willamette Valley Is SO.OOO tons. A fire Sunday night, March Gth, at Bolivar, Tcnn,, destroyed ten buildings. Loss about (S5,C00; Insurance (11,000. Moore & Harvey, L. Owner,Zoop&Batlcy,T.l Camp bell, T. J. Jayner, lien Oppenhelmer, John Austin, E. V. McNcal, and (Jen. II. P. Neely were the owners and occupants of the build ings burned. By tho falling of a building in courso of construction on Larimer street, between 16th and 17th, Denver, March 8th, Pat rick J. Smith was killed, and Thomas Conloy, who had hts back broken, has since died. Fourother workmen were wounded, but none seriously. Tho accident was occasioned by poor construction. It is reported that a great number of Germans from .San Francisco will settle In the neighborhood of Acapulco, Mexico, where they are obtaining land at 40 cents an acre, payable In ten years. The Government has granted General Manuel Castlo, of California, forty-two leagues of land between Yagnl and May rivers, Sonora, for the California colony. A freight train on tho Chosapeako & Ohio road and a material train, running at fult speed, came, togthcr near Coldwell, March 3J, and botn were completely wrecked. The locomotives were shattered to the ten ders. The two engineers and firemen were ftiueu, mm wr. vuiuwcil, ol uue BUipnur Springs, was also killed. Tho St. Louis Hoard ofTrndo, as in Chicago, his adopted a resolution declaring there Is no epidemic or malignant disease among boos, and that swluo aro freer from -disease this year than ever before, and all re ports to tin contrary aro unfounded. A statistical committee was appointed to Inform the British Minister at Washing ton. Tho Chicago Lumberman's Exchango held Ita annual meeting, March 7th. Tno President's addrcts contains tho startling statement that owing to the enormous growth of the lumber business It will take only twen ty years to exhaust the great ptno forests of the country It the present rate of depletion continues. Tho receipts of lumber of all kinds at Chicago during the year lbSO were 1,504,000, COQfeer. ' ' A terrlblS bai'thqiinko is reported on the Island oi Ischla, near Naples, March 4th. It Is slated that 300 houses have fallen at Castamaclalls. The Government Is send ing relief. One hundred and ten corpses have been recovered. Sixty-seven wounded wero sent to the hospitals. A dispatch from Naples reports another shock of earthquake at Cifcmac!alls. Eleven -more bodies havo becu found. Tho latest renorts show 120 persons killed and 170 Injured by the earth quike, A special frim Springfield, Ohio, of March 7th, says a (Ire broke out In Wilson's building, on West Main street, near Fifth, consuming that budding and damaging Ket ger's building on the west. The entire loss Is f 12.C00; Insurance ubouttl.CKM. Charles Mor gan's saloon lost about f 1,000; na insurance.. The Miennerchor aud tho Twelfth Iteglmcnt of Ohio National Guards lost about (15,000 worth of property, Moro than ono hundred entries havo been received already for the dog show, In New Vork, and the ttme for closing the list does not cxplro until the 11th of April. The great snow win no new mis year In the American Institute Building. The premium list divided the entries Into ninety live classes this year and twenty new classes have been made. Letters have been rrcelved from the principal railroad companies offer Ing to carry dogs Intended for exhibition free both ways when accompanied by the owners. Tho Prosident nominated Nathan Goff, Jr., as United States Attorney for West Virginia; Lewis Itlchmond, of Itbode Island, as Consul General at Home. The following as United States Consuls; John L. Frlctble, of Michigan, at Khelrui; r, K. Eder, of Ne vada, at Guayaquil;1 Albirt llhodes, of tho District of Columbia, at Koueu; Edward Backus, of Illinois, at Para;EmllloCourtade, at Launlan; John A. Maldcrnun, of Kansas, at Bangkok ; Abbott L. Moon, at Aleppy,Indta; John F. June, of New Jersey, at Nueva Lore do. In Cincinnati, Ohio, on tho morning of March 7th, an alarm called tho flro depart' ment to the burning building of J, A, Fay fc Co.'s manufactory of wood-working ma chinery, southwest corner of Front and John trectf, The hullding was brick, 140 fet long, 12." wide, and five stories high, It was worth with stock and machinery (250,000, The start of the tiro Is attributed to ponta ncous combustion. Loss by tiro and water is estimated at (150,000. Insurance, (97,000, A special from Donlson, Texas, Mnrch 5th, say s : Last night, while tho Missouri Pa clttc passenger train was bound south, a pas senger In the emigrant c.r named James Hay den, from Kentucky, suddenly pulled a pistol and commenced firing among the passengers, Vm. Lals was shot through the brain aud Instantly killed; Tbos. Shaw was shot Iri the head near tho right eye, and James Hamilton was shot in tho body, before Haydin could be disarmed. He was apparently Insane and was arrested. At 7 o'clock on tho evening of Mnrch 5th men at the Milwaukee water-works siw four or five miles out on the lake what seemed to be a vessel throwing and flashing lights as sign lis of distress. The signals continued almost without Intermission. For over two hours n Cxcd light could be seen from the masthead. Suddenly tho flish of lights stopped, and twenty minutes later the fixed light, that seemed to be steadily sinking, die appeared. It Is certain that tt was a sinking vctsel, but what one Is not known. The Ice prevented any attempt to reach the vessel from the shore. Tho Minnesota Stato IIouso at St. Paul burned to the ground on the night of March 1st. Both branches of the Legislature were In session when the alarm was given about 10 o' ilock. The members rushing from their chambers, were confronted with falling Ore brands from the domo of the capllo), which was already ablaze. A hook and ladder company, located near, rushed to the scene and with the aid of their ladders, the mem bers all escaped, somo of them being sllghtlr singed' Tho building was totally destroyed causing a loss to the State of over (100,000 for the structure. The loss of tho Historical and Supreme Court library, Is much greater, be cause tbey cannot be restored. The records were all saved, as they were In vaults. One of the vaults contains over two million of Stite trust bonds, which arc doubtless saved. The legislature had but two days to sit. There was no Insurance on the building. About 9 o'clock on tho evening of March 5th a Are broke out In tho female de partment of the insane asylum at Danville, Pa. In a few minutes that department was enveloped In flames. Telegrams were sent to surrounding towns for assistance. Flro com panies wero at, once started to the scene, but on their arrival they were of little avail, owing to the great scarcity of water. Tho escaping Inmates all scattered wildly in every direction and ran screaming across the country through tho snow. Owing to the excitement It Is Impossible to obtain any posi tive information as to the number of llveslost and the amount of loss on property. The building Is eleven hundred feet long and cost (1,000,000 in Its construction. It launder the superintendency ef Dr. 8. 8. Bhultz. Tho Are Is supposed to have originated by tho escap ing of gas In one of the rooms, which was Ig nited by one of the inmates entering with a light. At tho annual meetinc of tho stnrdr. holders of the Union Pacific Railroad Com pany the following Board of Directors were elected: Sidney Dillon, New York; Ellsha Atkins, Boston; Frederick L. Ames, Boston; tzra inner, noston; 8. II. 11. Clark, Omaha; . uoraon Dexter, Boston; David Dows, New York; Granvlllo V. Dodge, Council Bluffs: T. T. Eckcrt, Jay Gould, Solon Humphreys and Hussell Sage, Now York; Wm. L. Scott, Erie, Pa.; John Bharp, Salt Lake City, and Augustus Shcell, New York. Tho Directors subsequently elected tho following officers: President. Bldnev Dillon: Ellsha Atkins; Secretary and Treasurer, Henry McKarland. A dividend of 14' per cent, was declared, navablc Arrll nt. Th annual report shows tho total earning of the year 10 on .,4jO,iyi; total expenses, $10, 513,119: surplus carnimrj. lt.0in.nir,! tnthi. must be added the Income from Investments in connecting roads, dividends on stocks and Interest on bonds amounting to (1,010,15), and Dremlums on bonds sold, profit on In vestments to secure sold, etc., (234,340, mak ing the total surplus earnings (13,204,410. Tho Hannibal and St. Josonh nasson- ger train west bound, which left Hannibal at 1:30 on tho night of March let, was thrown from the track at 3 o'clock near twin,- ,iv miles west of Macon City and seventy-five nines iroin iianniuai. All the ears were badly damaged except tho sleencrs and mm passenger coach. Tho names of tho injured are as follows: C. E. Walker, of llrooklleld, fireman, Injured In tho small of tho back; F. II. Ilosha, of Qulncy, 111., Injured In the back of tho head, shoulder, and chest; Oliver Ho- uerc, oi Awaso, Mich., cutr on tho head and hurt In tho lungs; John Jarrctt, of Shelbina. .uu., c-i on me ncau, ono rib broken and con cussion of luugs; Jack Tlsdalp, engineer, of Hannibal, slight cut ou tho head, with nth. slight bruises; Anthony Sallg, of Qaluey, 111., urcmuu, eevero cut on tno wrist, with other slight bruises; Joseph Elwards, of Hayes City, Kan., slight cut and abrasion about me jace; u. v, willls, of Chicago, slight cuts on the hands and face; G.T. jicKnabb, Qulncy, baggage-master, Injured about the shoulders and chest; Simon Woodruff, of Blnghampton, N. Y.. Iniurcd In left hin Three others, whose names were not learned, were slightly lt,ured. The wrecking train, wnicn icit lirooxtlcM as soon f s possible after tho accident, broke through Brush Creek brldRo, about two miles east otBrookfleld, and the entire train went down. Two men, Frank Locke and GtXcse Zurich, of Hannibal. were killed Instantly. Four others aro now supposed to bo dc.d, and all tho others were more or less Injured. A later dispatch says: Tho wrecking train left Brookflcld, 31 miles west of Macon, for tho scene of tho accident, but as a train It did not reach Its destination. About thirteen miles cast of llrookfleld the. cnelno and two Bat cars crossed Brush creek Mldga safely, but tho wrecking-car proper, the caboose, and a nsssencer coach, on whirl. were physicians and other citizens of Brook- ueiu coming 10 tno passenger's wreck, broke through and went down thirty feet In a mass of broken timbers and maimed Of those on the cars which went down, seven aro already dead, and others not expected to live. Over fifty persons were on this train, none of whom escaped without Injury. Among the dead Is Dr, Woods, of Brookfleld, wno was on nis way to minister to the wound cd at Bevler. Crime. During a danco at Marblo Head, a few miles from Qulncy, III,, on tho evening of March 8th, Fred Minus Was shot fttitl mnrtnl. ly wounded by Jesse Hall. Minus Is a young uiuu buoui jj yeata ow, wboss homo Is In St Joe, Mich. On tho night of March 8th, four msncu meu entered the olllco of tho Union Express Co., at Louisville, Ky., bound Frank Brewer, tba night clerk, aud secured from (3,000 to (4,000 from tho safe. Brewer Is ai years oiu ana oi good character. A sories of systomatio robborios been discovered In the National Bank of Vir ginia, amounting to (28,000. The money was stolen by Joseph T. Keese, book-keeper In charge of the Individual accounts, who hid the crime by false entries. A shooting affray took plnco in tho town of Walpole, III., on tho night of March 7th, between James and Charles Faro on one side and Hlley and John Hall, brothers, on the other, in which Charles Fare was mortally wounded. All parlies are reputable mcr chants. A few days ago tho dwelling of Mrs Levi Belknap, of l'.tst Barnard, Vt., was burned and her body found In tho ruins, Suspicious clrcumst.nccs strongly Indicate that sho war murdered, which will probably lead to the arrest of one or moro persons. Tho Jury in tho caso oi John Orr, (white), and Frank Gilbert, (colored), on trial In the Criminal Court, Chicago, for the mtir iter of n negro named ltlckard Bloss, In the baecrueut of a tenement house, dive last Au gust, brought In a verdict of murder and llxcd the punishment at Imprisonment in tho penitentiary for life. A deficit of $85,000 lias been discov ered In tho accounts of the Springfield, Mass. Silk Company. They arc unable to mcctthclr liabilities as they mature, although a re-orga nlzatlon on a sound basis will be effected. About (00,000 has gone through tho conniv ance of Henry W. Hallut, treasurer of the company, since Its organization three years R'2,0. An attempt was mado to burn tho in sane nsylum at Topeka, Kansas, on the night of March 5th, by Incendiaries, but It was un successful, owing to the splendid working of the fire apparatus kept at the asylum. After tho lira was extinguished tome paper, candle.' wick and a packago of powder, tho latter still tied up as when purchased, were found. A Littlo Rock, Ark., special of March 7th, says a horrible murder Is reported from Jancsboro, Craighead county. Bunlamln lih raacl went to mill, a few miles from his home, leaving his daughter aged IS In charge of the bouse. On his return he found his daughter on the floor In a great pool of blood, hcrbay being most horribly gashed and bruited with an ax or club. The object of tho murderers was robbery, as Ishmacl is wealthy and Is sup posed to huvo a large sum of money concealed In the house, which was ransacked, but no money was obtained. Edward Young, tho son of a promi nent attorney of Georgetown, Ohio, shot and killed George Ashmore about 10 o'clock Sat urday night March 5th, and seriously If not fatally wounded James Ashmoro and Clinton Campbell. Young and James Ashmore had previously had several quarrels. Tho two Ashmorcs and Campbell wero In Lawlll & Ins- keep's grocery. The Ashmorcs being Intoxi cated, as they were going out they met Young ei.tcrta. High words followed and Young drawing a revolver said, "Don't crowd mo or I'll hurt you." Ho then fired three shots, the first killing Gcorgo Ashmore, the second striking Campbell In the left side and the third taking effect in James Ashmorc's head. It Is thought the latter mayrccoverbut there Is no hope for Campbell. Young Is about IS years old and Jim Ashmoro about tho same. age. Young was arrested and will plead self de fence. ('orel KB. IRELAND. Dillon says the statement that the Land League Is breaking up Is untrue. A telegram jrom cork says tno authorities are in posses sion of Information that somo 2000 Fenians are now there, and secret drilling Is going on. Tho London 'limes' Dublin corres pondent has reafouto believe that the Govern ment will not scruple to arrest tho leaders ag itating as well as the non entities. Brennan, Secretary of tho Land League, has arrived In Dublin. Josoph B. Walsh has bicn arrested. He Is a cousin of Mlchnel Davltt. Ho wasfol fowed to tho train by a largo crowd, cheering him aud groaning the pollco. There Is great excitement. ThoflrH arrest under the coer cion act was Joseph B. Walsh, of Castlcbar. He Is a merchant In a lage business and has been prominently Identified with tho Land League. Ho far upwards of twenty persons havo been arrested In the country districts un der tho coercion act. Cornelius Keogh, of Carrckllsh, County Limerick, was arrested at his rosldenco on a chargo of Intimidation. Michael P. Boylou, a League organizer and one of tho travelers, was arrested In Klldarc on a chargo of Inciting murder and other acts of violence. When taken Into custody ho pro tested against tho act In tho name of the American Hcpublle. Walsh, Keogh and Boy Ion aro lodged In prison. Tno Land Loaguo intends to investi gate every arrest carefully and place the par ticulars beforo the British public. Boylon Is an American citizen of Irish descent. Walsh s a cousin of John W. Walsh, 0I5V 0f the tray crserf, now on tho way to New H-jalnml. Up to March 0th forty-threo arrests had been made In Ireland under tho coercion act. The friends of Bovlonaro taltlncr stens in hrlnvhu caso to Mlhtster Lowell's notice, with a view to his release on his promise to quit the coun try or taKe bis trial beforo the ordinary trlbun- ENGLAND. London dispatches of March 3d say: In tho Commons Gladstone said that Gen. Roberts bad been Informed thac In tho event of negotiations with tho B?ers the government would In all probability appoint civil commis sioners and tho General would be entrusted to Inform thecovemruent fpeedlly how negotia tions stood before tho recent fight. It Is known that Gen. Collcy had sent a communi cation to the Boers and their answer was ex pected, The debate on the second reading of the arms bill was resumed. Dillon defended John Devoy, also his own advice to tho Irish to arm, but In the went ot their disarmament they wero resolved to wtatllsh equality and disarm tho landlords aleo. Dillon said If ho were an Irish farmer ho would keep a rifle to shoot landlords. Shouts of "Oh 1" Ho wish ed tho Irish had proclaimed civil war. The Speaker called him to order. Harcourt de clared his former attacks wero fully Justified by Dillon's language In previous debato. Tho Wcstport Branch of tho Land Leaguo passed a resolution regretting the vio lence ot Dillon's late speech in the Commons. The London Tim'tsays that the Homo Rule members In Fatllaraent held a conference, Par nell presiding, at which It was decided that a majority of them shall return to Ireland and address their constituents on the coercion act, all speakers to be bold and outspoken. In tho IIouso of Commons Gladstone confirmed tho report of the conclusion ot an armistice with the Boers until the fourteenth Inst., In order to glvo tlmo for a reply from Paul Krugcr to Gen. Colley's and sub- eequentcommunlcatlons, which has been made with a view to tho peaceful settlement of affairs. , Tho IIouso of Commons in commlttoo on the night ot March 8th, on the arms bill adopted clause two after the rejection of sev' cral amenments proposed by tho Home Rulers. During the dlecuislon ot clause threo 0'Don nell was suspended for disregarding the ruling ot the Chair, after a scene In which the chair' man's right to name members was challenged by tho Homo Rulers, In the end the Speaker had to be sent for to enforce O'DomiclI'ssu! pension. Clauses three and four wero then adopted. In tho IIouso of Commons, Mnrch 0th, several Irish amendments to tho arms bill wero rejected, tho Homo Secretary oppoS' Ing ono giving persons arrested under tho act the right of ft Jury trial. He said In the pres ent state ot Ireland thcro was no reasonable prospect of obtaining either wltnestct or Jury In tlie agrarian cases. The prcsentagaltatlon he said, was undoubtedly a Fenian conspiracy under another name. The various Irish mem hers protested aga'nst tbo assertion. Ou question to report the arms bill to tho Home, Fnrnoll claimed the right to speak, allrglng that a decisive vote bo taken forthwith. He only desired to refer to tho clauses and amend meuti. Playfatr ruled that he could not bo heard, and tho Speaker upheld the ruling. F1IAKCK. In the Chamber of Deputies March 31 Uacntgens, Bonapartlel, called attention to tho great disturbance to the international trade by the prohibition of the Importation of pork, and the diminution thus caused, In the supply of food for the working classes. Tho fear, he said, with regard to tilcbltto was ex nggcratcd, and prohibition should be remoV' ed. SOUTH AKHICA. Dr. Barber nnd Dr. Dyns, whilo being escorted from Transvaal to the Ornngo Free State, were fired upon by the Doer escort after they reached the Frco State. Dr. Barbcrwa killed and Dr. Dyas wounded, Ihc uflilr was similar to the murder of Captain Elliot. correspondent at Newcastle telegraphs that General Sir Elvyn Wood went to Mount Pros p;ct and subsequently had an Interview with Soubcrt, which resulted In nn armistice. Rumors ot peace are rife throughout the camps, but I learn It Is Impossible unless wc agree to all the Boers' terms. These arc formally stated as a complete Independent to Transvaal In fact, all they rose to obtain and nn amnesty to all their leaders. By the armistice permission Is granted to send pro visions for eight days to tho beleaguered gar rlson. lUtUNKEN (JEESE. A Sad Tnlo of Over-Indulgence In lirnndled Cherries. London Tilcgrspb. When geeso tako to drink, tho result is preposterous. For naturo never meant geeso to got intoxicated. In tho first placo they havo no hands to hold on to lamp posts with; whilo at tho bust of times thoir balanco is pocarlous. Kvcn v?hcn sober, a lat gooso.it travel ing on unoven ground, constantly cants forward on its beak, or backward on its tall j but when inobriatcd it is utterly helpless. A short whilo ago it farmer's wilo in Germany had been making somo cherry brandy; but as she found, during tho process, that tho fruit was unsound, sho threw tho whole mass out into tho yard, and, without looking to seo what iollowod, shut tho window. As it foil out, a party of geeso, good fellows, all of thorn, happened to bo waddling by at tho time, nntl, seeing tho cherries trund ling, about, at onco investigated them. lho preliminary inquiry provintz satisfactory, theso misguided poultry set to and ato tho whoio lot. "No heel taps" was tho order of tho carouso, and so they finished all tho cherries off at ono sitting, so to speak. Tho effect of tho spirituous fruit wa3 soon apparent, for in trying to mako tho gate which led from tho scene of tho debauch to tho horsopond, they found everything against tliom. Whether a high wind had got up, or what had happened, thoy could no't toll, but it Bcemed to tho geeso as It thero was an uncommonly high sea running, and tho ground sot in toward them with a steady strong swell that was most embarrassing to progress. To escapo tiicso difficulties somo lashed their rudders nnd hovo to, others tried to run beforo tho wind. whilo tho rest tacked for tho pigstyc. But thero was no living in such wenthor, and ono by ono lho craft lurched over and wontdowu all standing. Meanwhile tho dumo, the unconscious oauso ol this disaster, was attracted by tho noiso in tho fowl-yard and looking out saw all her ten geeso boliavlng as If thoy woro mad. Tho gander, usuallv so solemn and decorous, was balancing himself oa his beak, and spinning round tho while in a prodigious flurry offeathor3 and dust whilo tho old gray gooso, rcmarka bio oven among hor kind for tho circum spection of her conduct, was lying stomach upward in tho gutter, feebly gesticulating with hor legs. Othors of tho party wero no less conspicuous for their attltudo and gestures, whilo tho romaindor woro to bo seon lying in a helpless confusion of leathors in tho leo scupper that is to say, in tho guttor by tho pig-styo. Perplexed by tho situa tion, tho damo called in hornolghton, and aflcr careful investigation It was decided in council that tho birds had died ol poison. Under theso circum stances thoir carcassos woro worth nothing for food, but, as tho noighbors said, tho leathors woro not poisoned, nntl so thoy sot to work then and thero and plucked tho ton geeso buro. Next morning tho good woman go up as usual, and, romsmboring tho leathers down stairs, dressed betimes, for It was market day, and sho hoped to got thorn o If hor hands at onco. And then sho bethought hor ot tho ton plucked boddios lying in tho poarch, o M I vitonlnAil 4nnf tlmtr dim, 1,1 l,i!.wl boforo sho went out. But. as sho an- V proaohod tho door, on theso decent rites intont, aud was turning tho koy, thero foil an hor oars tho sound of a fa miliar voico and then nnothor and then another, untill nt lost tho astonish od damo hoard In lull chorus tho woll known accents of nil hor plucked nnd poisoned geeso, Tho throat of tho old gandorwas, no doubt' a trlflo husky, and tho gray gooso spoko in mulllod tones suggestlro of a ohastoniug hoatl actio; but thoro was no mlstakeing thoso tongues, and tho damo, fumbling at the door, wondered what it nil mount. Has a gooso a ghost T Did any ono over read or hoar of tho specter of , gandorf The koy turned at last, tho door opened, and thcro quacking In subdued tones, sup llcnnt and shivering, stood nil her flock Thero thoy stood, tho ten miserable birds, with splitting hctidachcs and parched tongues, contrite nnd dejected nsking to hr.vo their feathers back again. Tho situation was painful to both parties. Tho forlorn goeso saw in each othor's persons tho humiliating r)ilcclion of their own condition, wlillo tho damo, guiltily conclotis of that bag full of feathers and down, remembered how tho ono lapso of Noah in that "aged surprlsal of COO years and unexpected Inobriation lrom tho effects of wine, lias been excused by religion and tho unanimous voico of posterity. Sho, nnd her neighbors with hor, how over, had misjudged tho geeso, nnd finding thorn dead drunk, had hastily stripped them, without remembering for a moment that if foathors nro easy to got on they aro very hard to put on. So sho called in hor ncighbots again, but thoy proved only sorry comfortors, for thoy reminded her that nftor ail tho fault was hor own; tlint it was she, nnd no ono olso, who had thrown tho bran , . ... ... men encrnes to tno geeso. As It was Job, "theso obliquo expostulations" ot her friends wero harder for tho widow to bear "than tho downright blows of tho dovtl" and so turning from hor neighbors sho gathered all her bald poultry about her round tho kitchen firo, and sat down to mnko them flannel nckots. Food For Thought. Thoro is a discount on tho most per feet happiness. 1110 uiush ot a maiden is nnturo's signal of warning. National enthusiasm is tho groat nur sery ol genius. Mon, liko bullets, go farthest when smoothest. It is good to bo deaf when a slanderer Logins to talk. lho gay soul of dissipation never had a thought unselfish. Aot ono man in a thousand marries tho girl ho most wanted. Friendship botweon women is only a suspension of hostilities. Woman would sooner rulo a heart than fill It; not so n man. Tho best sort of rovengo is not to bo llko him who docs tho injury. I ho wisest of mon is ho who has tho most complaisance for others. Kindness is tho golden chain bv which society is bound together. it Is astonishing how keen stupid peo ple aro in discovering affronts. liood will, llko a good nnmo, is got by many actions and lost by ono. Uooks nro embalmed minds. Fame is a flower upon n dead man's heart. A woman need not always recall hor a,o; but sho should novor forget it. A woman listons to a play with her mind, and judges it with her senses. rhero nro many moral pcoplo whoso virtues somehow seem to bo a misfit. Surely half tho world must bo blind thoy can seo nothing unless It glitters. ucturn equity and justico for ovil dono to you, and pay goodness by good ness. Thcro cannot bo a greater treachorv than first to raise a confidence, and then deceive it. Ho is not only idlo who doc3 nothing but ho is only idlo who must bo better employed. A man who can bo ilattorcd is not necessarily a fool, but you can always mako ono of him. To know how to listen is a great art, it Is to know how to gain instruction from ovcry ono. Tho Christian will And parentheses for pnyor oven In tho buslost hours of life. Eyes raised toward Heaven nro al ways beautiful, whatever color thoy maj be. Discontent is a vital clement of civi lization; without it thoro would bo no progress. Tho best prayors nro those whichyou try to answer yourself, nftor you havo uttored them. If tho way to heaven is narrow, it is not long; and if tho gato bo straight, opens into ondless lite. lio just and lour not; let all tho onds thou alm'st at bo thy country's, thy God's nnd truth's. Tho qulot follow In tho corner, wlTo 1-1- I f.. t 1 1 VI .1 1 icis iim rivals uoau mo talking, genor any iimii its uiu gin. A Luncheon fifth. Baal two mixing with thorn a tablespoonfJ croum. rut thorn into n Biuipan, adding somo anchovies and sonil min ced tonguo. Spread on toost auirsurvo immediately. Why Is tho dlsoovery of tl Nortli Polo llko an Illlslt whisky manu ictoryr Ilecnusu its a sccrot still. Tho Exocutlvo of tho United tatosof Columbia has executed a contract north and south from tho Isthmus r a c)o Panama, to connect the United States and urope via Central America and Mexico. M Alt KET REPORTS. CHIOAOO. whct-No. 3 w & my Cora No. 4 tt mh iti-Ko.2 si!l( tl yo-Ko.2 V3 Co tn! liirlejr.,.. w 1 07 Dreoid Hon 0 JO 60 C M l'orlf , (tn!i;w Lard....... , 10 STKitKI 40 Vli x Hfd , ItORt-Mye Caltle-I.lve 8I'CC'' bt.' Kb'iis. Wheat-No. 2 ltoJ a 1 fn Com,, , , ,,,,, a U'.iiJ jt. os . ml llye; , cs, t ui Hurley ,. 05 64 1 in Jluttur , 1 68 28 lCffK't,, , , lit UH Torts,.. ,, , , dil.lK) iiom-Liyo , a so ot a &i Calllo-I.lve a 23 ot; MTOiicV am w Wtirat-Ko. 2 , 1 20' Oorn-No a , cj 68 Otti Mixed.,,,,,,,,, , , tt, 64 iM VlKKI WA'A 21)2 j'urV-New.. Ml 5 2.1 ('rd ,,.,,!,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0,10 u) llcgi-Llye... , ITS 6 40 ;iUle-Li,! B 00 (ill 60 tilictp.,, ,(,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,(,, ,,,,,, 0 126j 0 CO R ot IltKSIIK.VA' UAHFWMf'A INAUGURAL ADDRESS WASIIIKflTOS. Mnrch i. f'rtlou ClllientlWe stand to-day upon an eminence) wblcn overlooks a hundred years of national uic, a century, crowded with perils, hilt, rrnwilfil nl Ih tm.u. iii,..,h I , . Before continuing our onward march, let us paum on this Height, for a moment, to strengthen our faith, and renew our hope by a alauco at the pathway along which our peo ple have traveled. It Is now threo days moro miuuuiru ji'aisBHicoHianiiopiionoi tne iimi. nriiiiMiuuBiiiiuionoi ino united states, tbc articles of confcdcratloL and perpetual Tho now republic was then beset Willi dan ftcr on every hand. It had not connucrid i Place In tho family ot nations. Tbo decisive unuio oi war tor independence whose rcntcn' nlal anniversary will soon be pratcfully ccle brated at lorktown, had not yet been foucht, ino Colonists wero 6trupglutr not only aRalnst the armies of Orc-it Urltaln, but uKainsi mo scmeu opinions ot mankind. For the world did not believe that tho supremo authority of the (lovcrntnent could bo safely entrusted to tho Kuardlanshlp of tho pcoplo themselves. Wo cannot overestimate tno fer vent lovo of liberty tho Intelligent cotirace and savlnc common sense with which our miners maao tno great experiment ot self Kuvuruiucnt. COSSTITUTlONAt, OOVBnXMEXT. Thcv found After a short time thnt. llm Prnv fedcracy ot tho States was too weak to meet necessities or aviRoroua and expanding rcpub lie. Thcv boldlv set tt aside, nnil lnlln.trml . tabllshed a National Union, founded directly on tho will ot tho people, endowed with future powers of self-preservation, and with amplo authority for tho accompllshincntsot Its great objects. Under this constitution the bound aries of freedom havo been enlaced, founda tions of onlcr andpeicc havo been strength ened, nnd growth In nil the better elements of national mo nas vindicated the wisdom of tho lounucrs, aua given new liopo 10 their ito scondants. Under this constitution, our pcoplo long ago uiuuo lurmtciYCB snia against cangcr lrom without and secured for their mariners and flag equality of lights on all tho seas. Under mis constitution lwenty-nve state houses bavo been added to the Union, with constitutions ami mws ir.imeu anu cntorcca hy their own citizens, to secure manifold blessings, local and self government. Tho Jurisdiction of this constitution now covers nn area llftv mui-o Kicnigr uibii uiAb ui ino ongiuai inir teen States, and tho nonulatlnn tn twmtv times creator than that (Y ITSft. Thn trial of tho constitution camo at last, undpr tbo tremendous nressure of ctrll war. YV, ourselves aro witnesses that tho Union emerged from blood and fire: that tho conflict punned nnd made stronger for all beneficent purposiB a good government. And now at the dote of this first rentnrv nf Ita I i. , , . t . . . . J tvo kiuwiu, miu iuu iDspirauons ox us uisiory In their hearts, our peoplo have lately re viewed tho condition of tho notion, passed Judgment upon tho conduct and opinions of the political parties, and have registered their will concerning tho luturo administration nf uio government. io interpret and execute their will In accordanco with tho constitution Is the paramount duty of tho executive, even from this brief review. It Is manifest that me nation is as resolutely lacing to tho front, resolved to emnlov Its best enemies In derel. oping the great possibilities ot tho future, sacredly preserving whatever has been gained to liberty and good coveruinent durlnr? the century. Our pcoplo are determined to leave behind them nil these bitter controversies concerning tilings wnicn havo teen Irrevoca blv settled, and tho further ilhteiiMlmi ,l which can only stir up strife and delay Its onward mnrch. surnBsucr or the nation. The Rllnrnmnpv nf thn naMnn ami II. thnilhl l,n nrt lnnfr.tr n utkfnnt fn. .1v. That discussion, which for half a century k'lrcuicucu iuc cxiaiunco oi me union, w6 piniftrl nt luat In u Mt,l, nnml f wn. k.. ... w. . ... 1 m.b... i-uui. v. nu,, i, j U .lu cres from which there Is no appeal. That the mm minion aim mws maao in pursuance thereof shall continue to bo tbo stprcino law of tho land, binding alike upon tho states and rnr,lr Thta Atifrntk tlna nn, .ltat.i.l . V ... tonomyof the states, nor Interfero with any ment. Hut it d es tlx and establish tbo per- tho nation speaking with a volcp of battle nnd ttin,,f,ti nn n m n n .,, M.it,i,n. ..,,,. i k.ituu.i uu uukuulu vuuriibuiiuu UUH lUIIlIieU Its great promise of 1778 by proclaiming "I.thertvt.hrnnPfinnMhnlnnri1 tnnll inli li.n,. thereof" The elevation of thoceeroracofiom slavery to tho full rights of citizenship Is the mnat. Imnnrtrmt. nnllffnal nhn,,nA .... l known stnro the ndontlnn nf thn pnntiimiinn of 17s7. No thoughtful man can fall to an- nrcclato its bcnellrcnt effect upon our institu tions and tho people. It has freed us from nnrnotlln.1 flniimr nf tr ami lutloit. It has ndoed Immensely to tho moral and Icduttrlal foroes of our people: tins liberated tbe master as well as tho slave from thn ril.it.fnn uhlph tvrnnrrArl and a... feeblfd both. It has surrendered to their own guardlausnlp tbe manhood of moro than live million people, and has opened to each OLonf thpm n rq,i, nf fr,wtiln,n uml ..In T. has given new Inspiration to the power of telf help In both races, by making labor moru honorablo to ono and moro necessary to the nt.hfr. Thn lflnm-n nf tl.ta fn.A ......... .....v.. .... ...uu i ,11,1, ,U greater and boar richer fruit with coming jrirnio. .iwutiuui.il ii:ui. CII.U'O Hits CaUCCU fcrious dUtutlunco to our Sou. hern coiwau nltv. Thld U tn hn ilrnlnrnrl ilimml. ...... unavoidable. But thneu who resisted tho change, should remember (but under our In stitutions thero was no middle ground for the neuro raco between slaverv nnd (mini niti7. ship. Tbero can bo no permanent disfran- cirseu peasantry in tho United Btates. Free dom can never yield Its fuilneis of hlrselr,gs as long as law or Its administration places the smallest obstoclo lu the pathway of any virtu ous citizen. Tho emancipated raco has al ready mado remarkable progress with un questioning devotion to tho Union: with n pa- have ''Followed tho light ns Ood gave them to Inn ff ri.fl llff nr II EQUAL rilOTECTION TO Am.. Thcv are ranldlv lailnrr tbu material fnr foundations of sclf-suunort: wldi-nliiL- tlm circle of Intelligence and beginning to enjoy tho blessings that gather around the homes of tbc Industrious poor; thoy deseivo the gener ous encouragement of all good men. So far as my authority can lawfully extend they shall enjoy the full and equal protection of t.hn nnfl.tltntfnn Ami tn.va Tl. a Alnn . ............ .auta .MI.O. AMU IIIU RlllUi mcnt ot cnual suffrrtro Is still In nuenttnn uml a frank statement ot tho If sun may aid Its so lution. It Is alleged that In many communi ties tho negro citizens aro practically denied tho freedom of ballot. In so far as tho truth ot this allegation Is admitted, It Is answered that In many places honest local government Is Impossible If tho mass of uneducated ne groes aro allowed lo vote. Theeo aro grave allegations. Bo far as tho latter Is the truth is tho only pallatlon that can be offered for opposing tho freedom of tbo ballot. A bod local government Is certainly a great ovil which ought tojbe pre vented, llut to violate freedom and the sanctity of sutfragu is moro than an evil. It Is a crlmo which, It persisted In, will destroy tho government Itself. Sulcldo Is not a rem edy. If In other landn It bo high treason to compais tho death of a King, It should bo counted no less a crlmo hero to strunglu our sovereign power and stlllo Its voico. It has been said that unsettled questions havo no pity for tbo rcposo of nations. It should bit said with tho utmost emphasis, that this question of sulfrago will not glvo repose or safety to tho States or to tho nation, until ach, within Its own Jurisdiction, makes and keeps the ballot frco aud puro by the strong sanctions of the law. DANOBHS OF IOKOIUKCE. lint tho danger which arises from Ignorance In tbe voter, It cannot bo dented, covers a Meld far wider than that of negro suffrage and tbe present condition ot that race, It f s a danger that lurks and bides In the sources and foun tains of power In the state. We have nq stand ard by which to measure the disaster that may be brought upon us by Ignorance and vice In citizens, whenjolned to corruptly and fraud In suffrage. The voters of the union, who mako and unmake constitutions and upon whoso will hangs the destiny of ousgov ernment can transmit their supreme authority ui uu successor b&viqk uio coming generations of voters who are tho solo heirs ot sovereign power. If that question comes to Ita Inheri tance blinded by Ignnrince and corrupted by vice, tho fall of tho Republic will be certain and rcinedllens. Tbo census has already sounded tbo alarm In appalling figures, which mark how dangerously high tbo tldo ot Illit eracy has arlten amoug our voters and thoir children. To tho South the question Is ot su preme Importance. IJut tho responsibility for tho exlstenco ot slavery did not rest upon tho Bouth alone. ho nation Itself Is respons'blo for tbo exteuslou of suffrage, and is under special obligations to aid In removing tbe Illit eracy which It has added to the voting dodu latlou of the North and Bouth alike. y Thoro is butono romody. All tho constitu tional power ot tbo nation nnd of tho states, nnd all tbo volunteer forces of tho peoplo should bo summoned to meet tbls daniror by the saving Intluenco of universal oducattou. It Is tho lilnhprlvllego nnd tho sncrcd duty nC lhoo now Ilvlitfr to cditcato thoir siicccs07i, nnd fit them by Intelligence nnd vlrtuo for tho inhcrltmico wlilch nwnlts them. In thl be neficent work sections nnd mco". should bo forgotten, nnd purttsnnshlp should bo un known. Lot our peoplo flint n new mentilng in lho illvlnonniclc, which ilct lnrci that "A littlo child shall lend them." I'or our littlo children will soon control tho destlnlesof the republic. My countrymen wo do not now itlifcr In our Judgment concerning lhocontri)i-ilcsof past gcncmtloit'i, nnd titty yciirsbcnco our children will not bo divided in their nplntoin cnnccniliur our controvcrslcK. They w ill surely bless their fnthcrs nnd their father s Ood, that tho union was preserved! Hint slavery wns overthrown nnd that both races wero made equal beforo tho law. lir.CONClt.tATlON. wo may hasten, nr wo may retard, but wo cannot prevent fliml reconciliation. Is It not possible) for in now to mnko n trnco with tlmo ly nntlclpntlng nnd accepting Its liiovltnblo verdict. Knterprlscs of tho hlirhrst Impor tnnco to our monil nnd mnterhil well being. Invito iis nndolTcrnmpio senpo fnr tho employ ment of our best power-.. Let. nil our people, lcnvlng behind them thn bnttlo Holds of dend lsiics, movo forward, nnd In lho strength or liberty, nnd tbu restored union 111 win grmider victories or pence. The prosperity which now proynll. Is without a parallel In our history, l riiltrul seasons hnvo dono much to secure it, but they hnvo not dono nil. TIIB IMIF.SmtVATION OK TUB 1'UIII.IC CIIF.I1IT, nnd lho resumption of spcclo payments, so successfully nttiilned by tho iidiiilnltrntloii or my prcileii'Morn, bin enabled mil pcoplo to seciiro thoblesslnKHwhlclithcsc.KontbroiiKht. lly tlip experience of commercial nations In all nire. It hni liecn found thnt gold nnd silver nuord only n snfo foundation for monetary systems. Confusion has recently been createil by variations III tho rcliitUo vnluo of tho inetnls. but 1 confidently bcllovo Hint mi nr ningemciit can 1)0 mado lietwcen tho Iciullnir commercial nation, which will scoum tho ircn crul uso of both mctnls. Conines should pro vldethnt tho compulsory colnniro or llvcr.now required by law.mny not dlstiiriinut' monetary system i liy driving either metal out of circula tion, ir possible, such on ndju'tmcnt should tin made that tho purchasing power or every coined dollar, will ho exactly enunl to Its debt paring power, In nit innrkctsor lho world. Thn chief duly or tho national government In connection with TiiKcmiitK.Nr.r CFTitn cotivruv, M to cnlnnnd iteelnrn lis vnhin. fin,,-,, ,in,,i,,a hno 1h?cii entertained whether congress Is authorized by the constitution to mnko any form of paper money, u legal tender. Tho present Issue of United States notes has been HIIRtlllnnil 111- tlm nffi.lll .,f ,..nH paper i should depend fnrlts vnlitonwl currency upon Its convenience In ue, and Its prompt re demption In coin ut tho will of tho holder: and II iiiiuii nn i-iiiujMiiurj- circiiuuioil. These notes nro not money, hut oromlses tn pay money. If tho holders, demand It, tho jiromlso should bo kept. Iter milling or tho na tional debt at n lower rate nflntercst should bo nccompllshed without compelling tho with drawal or national bunk notes mid thus dis turbing; tho business or tho count r-. T vi,it,m to refer to tho POSITION I iiavk nrriTntvii on the financial questlonsdiiriug my long scr Mco In congress, and to say that tlmo and ex perlcnco havo strengthened tho opinions I hnvo so orten expressed on theso subjects. Tho finances or the government shall sutler no det riment which It may bo posslblo lor my admin istration to prevent. Till: 1.NTK1IKSTS Of AOIIICtTr.TUIli: deserve more intention from tho government than they hnvo yet received. Tho liirms of the United Mutes utrord homes mid employment lor mora than hull' thn nennln. nn, r.i.-,,i.i. much tlie largest part In nil our exports. As tho government lights our coasts tor tho pro tection of mariner!) and tho bcnetlt or com merce, so It should plvo to tillers of tho soli tho ughts ot practical sclouco nnd experience. Uurmniiulncturcrs nro rapidly making us lu ilu.trlmllv Independent mid opening to enp Itulauil labor new nnd pmlltnblo lli'lils nfcni 1) lovnicnl. This Ktomlv uml Iwnlii,,- .m.,i. should still bemiiliilulncd. OUIt PACII.tTlIN Kdll TIIANSP011TAT10N would lie promoted by tho continued Improve ment or our hiabors mid tho great Interior water ways, uml by tho iucrensoof ourtoiinngo on tho ocean. The development or tho world's rommorco has led to urgent ilcmiunt for short ening tho great sou voyugo around Capo Horn, by constructing ship canals or mllwnj s across tho Isthmus, which unites tho two continents. Various plans to this end huvo been suggested, and will need consideration, but none or them nro sulllclenlly matured to warrant tho United States In c.vtfiiillnirnppiinlirt ,ii,f n't.,. ...i.. jeet Is ono which will Immediately ciigago tho attention of tho government with n view to thorough protection to American Interests, w e will urge no narrow policy, nor seek pecu liar or exclusive privileges in any commercial route, but In tho language nf my predecessors 1 believe i It it to tie "tho right nnd duty nf tho United Stales to nsert mid maintain such supervision and nuthority over any Inter oceunlo cnnul iicrnss tho Isthmus that connects North nnd South America, ns will protect oui nntlonnl interests." 'lho constitution guarantee AIlSOI.UTi: IIIXKIIOL-S KHF.EDOM. Congress is prohibited lrom nml.-iiur n,-in.,r respecting tho establishment of n rtMlgkiii or promt) ting tho fren iyii-c!i iimrnnr ti,.. tcrritoilcsot thfUnltcdStates aro subject to tho direct legislative! nuthority nf congress, mid hence lho general government Is responsi ble for nny violation ol tho constitiitlonlii mo ot thorn. It Is thevcfoTO a reproach to tho gov cinmciitthiit In tho most populous of territor ies, uiu uuiiMiiuuniiiii Kiianiniooisnot cnloveil by tho people, and tho nullioiltv nr i set ut naught. Till'. MOllMn.VCIIDIICII not only offends lho moral senso of mankind by sanctioning polygamy, but prevents tho ad ministration nf Justice through other Instru mentalities nf law lu mv tiiiiirturtit it iu ii, , Cimgrcts, whllorcsneetlngto Hid utmost the uiiiiBin'iii'iiiiis luiivicunns ami religious scru ples nf v , cry citizen, ought to prolilbit within i jiiiiBiiiiiitiii nn uiiiiiimii practices, espce llllv ol Hint class which ile.otmv fillv Hons mid endanger social order. Korean any ftPPlPGlflwtltlll Vivl,.ll..ll..mi In. .... .'..I.. ...'. .v.v...u,, utft , uuenii-iy JicnillllCII o usurp. In the Hiinil en dcL-im. iim r,m,.n,,a and powcisof ;ho national goicinment. UIVII.HHIIV1CF. -nil nover bo placed on a satisfactory basis un 111 It Is regulated bv a law fnr tin, ,mmi ,r.iw. service Itself: for thn protection of thoso who uic entrusted with appointing power ngalnt wastoof tlmo and obstruction to public busi ness, caused by Inordinate pressure for place, and forthe protection of Incumbauls against Intrigue and wrong. i stiau at ino proper tlmo nsk congress to FIX Till'. TllNUlll! f)l M.VMII 111','inrd of the several executive depuitmouts.nnd prc Hcilbo grounds upon which removals shnll bo innilo during the terms for which iuciimbants hai o been appointed: acting always within tho aulhoilly ami limitation of the constitution. ii,,i.,nif: iii-iiu,;, uiu lIHHIn Ul OUUCS UUl mO cserveil rights of tho people. ii iv ii nu uiu purpose oi my niiministratlon n ma II In 11 till) lllltlinrltv. uml In nil ,,i, within Its jurisdiction to KM'OIIL'i: OIIKIllK.NCr, TO AM, TUB r.AWS of union 111 tba Interests or nur peoplo; to ile ninnd rigid economy In nil tho expenditures of i iiu gin ui mucin, nun in rcquiro ino utmost ami lllltllflll HOrVleO Of llll nxnntlHl'n nlllnnra. iiiemlicrlngthat tho olllccs wero created for tho bcncllt of tho Incumbents, or thoir supporters, but fur Uiu scrvlco of tho government. And now fellow citizens I inn , , AUOUTTO ASBUMIlTIIi: OIllUTTIlUST which you havo committed to my hands. I uppnrt which mnkoB this government In fuct, in It lain law, ein.-m m jini iur mm enrucHi ami inougnilUl A tlOVUllNJII'.NTOFTIIEl'KOrr.E. Hhnlt grcatlv rolv unnn thn w-lAilnm uml n.-i. trlotlsiii of CoiiL'ii'BH unit nt' thinn ul If, Ttlllt- slmro with mo tho responsibilities and duties in hi j in. i ii i ii ihi i ii ton , mm uiiovu an upon our efforts to pmmnto tho wclaro of this great 'i-npiu nun uiuu- KiiviTmucni, t reverently nvnko tbu fllllinolt nnd hleeslnir.i nf Almlirhtv aud. Ponular trial shows the worth nf every or. tlclo", and .14 years constant uso has proven tho gieat efllcacy of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup r It has no superior. Thcro is u nalnftil rumor nlloat thnt tho ico crop lias been touched by tho trost, unit thut high prices mav conse quently bo expected next sununor. racing hround thoat is now ono way ot getting 1110' celts of tho meet ing. AM 'MA ! V. V k . K (lney.Wort acta tlret by overcomlnc In the ml Moat tnnnnaw nil . .i . then, by Its great fonlcandlnvlgoratlng prop, ortlej, It restores to health tho doblltated and weakened parts. Try It Item. A now boo Is out entitlod: "Links, in Robecca's Lifo." Rebocca was pro bably a sausago-maker's daughtor.. What an ovontful and mysterious life sho must havo led I Wo see an nrtiolo in tho papers about Boy Invontors. Wo hopo thoy will: invont a boy who won't whistlo through his lingers and yoll on tho strcot3 at night. Mlirewdnetji.ui.'t Altltliy. Hop Hitters -so freely advertised in all tho papers, secular aud religious, are bovine a argo sale, and are supplanting M otlier med- & JIWH0 denlnK virtues of the Hop plant, and tbe proprietors ot theeo Bit ters have shown great shrewdnosa and ability ;n compounding a Bitters, whose virtue, are