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HOM RNAL A VOLUMK XXIII. WINCH KSTI5R, TKNNI5SSKK. JULY !!(), 1884. THE ,i;itovi:it ( 1,1 vi i.am), (ikm:v vohk. lirovcr lev-inl. the nominee of tlir- Demo era lie Convention, has ultiiiurd llmt distinc tion in spite of n rlingiH thu most determined opposition ever lntnle to u c.itulidatu from his own State. Ho wns limn in Caldwell, New Jit ey, March IS, 1H!)7, At t-ijli t.-t n years of t;o lie arrived iu liufTulo, lis he describes it, "fri. mlliss, unknown uud jKiur," mid wns rc i vi il by lus iinrle, wlin (jiivu linn a situation an clnlt to support him while study inn law. Afl.r admission to tliu bar lie was appointed nM.ilii nt district attorney, mid ill lSlil elected flier' It', THE 1'OPI'I.ATtOX OF MFXICll. The census "f Mexico (;ivm the population nt M6,m. Nn State, lias l,0on,Ul0; two Mat.-s have lens tlinn lHO.OOn, and several Slates Iihvc less than 2011,011(1 inhabitants, lint Hennr lionuro thinks that thu population is really not far from l'J.Oi'n.ono. Kiejhty-tiiii per cent, of the population lii s smth of tho parallel of Taiiipieo. Moru tlinn half the wealth of the republic liis south of the north cm hoiitnliiry of the federal district in which .Vinci City is itiiuted. LONDON. The ureal metropolis is without a rival for ni.e uud population. It (Miliums 4,0(111,0.10 ol people and covers nn area of 117 siputre niilia. Its i . il ill la t i in ia almost iiuul to that of Can ada i it is ipiite upul to that of Holland ; it il Kri liter than that of .Scotlimd and double that r lieniuark. It adds 7.,blll people, or a city Jiiuic tlinn half tho size of Toronto, to ita lwuiiilation aiinuallv. Over its bridem every day 31 1,000 pedestrians and 7.1,000 vehicles puss, while its railways cany 373,00(1 persons daily. London is one of tho wonders of the iX: nvvii IIIIIMilMi. Tho United States Consul at Nureniburg, in a recent report, said that Bavaria, which isono of the Southern kiiiKdmns id (lermany, with a noimlation of 5.21. 77S. produces H 'jTO.ni'O barrcla of beer in a year, 1)S per cent, of which is consumed at lioino This inakei a record of ahuut 2K0 quarts per year for each man, wo man and child of tho population. In the Uui ted Slate tho average is but 15 quarts por capita, but tho OcrinnriB who como to this country are aa fond of beer as they wero at home, a;:d to shut off their mipply on the ono day in tho week when tin y care most for it and bare more timo to enjoy it no doubt seems hard. THE KNOW 1'I.ANT OF TUB SIERRAS. I'rof. Thomas 1'rico returned to San Fran ciaco yesterday from a visit to Plumas county, brinKiiiR threo fine specimens of Bnow plant, in perfect condition. They woro obtained from the flanks of tho Sierra, on the snow lino, over 7,000 feet alwvc the level of the sea. The plants arc about two feet in lieiglit from tho liaso of tho bulb to the top of the flowering spike. The wtln rcsciiiiiles a line apple atioitt tin. size of a man's list, from tho ton of which a scarlet flowering column springs, the scnrlet colored haves interlacing between the small, cup-shapi d blossoms. Tho plants had to lie carefully packed in ico to preserve them in transit. a niui.MANT nixoitn. Tho record of young Irving Hale, of New York, who carried off tho highest honors at West Point this year, beats any record that w as evor made at that famous institution. The boy commenced at the head of his class. He was first in every study in the first year he en tered the academy. In tho second year he held his first position in all his studies but ono, mid in the third year he found himself again at the head in every branch of study. He now stands first in tho graduating class in all but otic study, Spanish, and In that there is but one tenth of a mark between him and Cadet Han foril. who in first H:ili in the son of a Rehool teacher. He will bo assigned to duty in tho engineer corps of tho United States army, Til I. mitt Til .hi.- I'll i.' llll AM: V. TH KK. Tlio iirnn.ri. ti-..n is Ihe loneest-livcll fl'llit tree known. It is reputed to have attained the ago of 300 years, uud it has been known to have flourished and borne fruit for more than a hundred year. No fruit treo will grow ami produce fruit so well under rough treatnunt. It commences tn hear the third or fourth year after building, and by tin fifth year it will produce an abundant crop, but its yield will increase L-rn1ini1li' nm ler fitviiralilo circum stances, and a tho year pas on it will I'D. como a very productive tree. The early growth of the orango is very rapid, and by the tenth year il will have increased moro than in tho noxt fifty years, so far as its breadth and height is concerned i but it ago multiplies its fruit stems greatly, and an old treo will some times bear Beveral thousand oranges. except as a medicine. Pork and tobacco are also numbered among tho "forblddeu artidi." A 1 1 1 V T Tit liDlvuvna Liquor dialers, it is said, pay on an averago of f2 a L'atlon for whiskey. flim utltnn nm. tains an averago of sixty-five drinks, and at ten cents a ilrink a man pays 10.60 a gallon for liis whiskey, or. futhftr tin nmvm iel l.. whiskey and H50 to the man for handing it over uie nar,. in view ol llieae figures a West, ern papu makes tho following practical sug gcslinn to drinkers: "Make your wife your bar-ki epi r. Lend her $2 to buy a gallon of W'hiskcv for u bcuillliinif. and iwnrv titm. v.... want a drink go ami pay ten cent for it. By the time you have drank a gallon she will havo tli.SU, enough to refund the 12 borrowed from you, to pay for another gallon of whiskey and a balance of 2.W. She will be able to conduct future operations on her own capital, and when you become an inebriate, unable to sii I'ort yourself, shunned and di sniuc.l l.y nil t'cspcctiihlf persons, your wife will have cnuiiku uiuiiuj io aurp yon umu you gei ready .. M .1 I. . i. . kj no u in uiiKuru s gravo. IIVNTKIIH AMI MTAIIIMUII The ill striietion of tho oyster industry of Long Island Sound is said to bo certain mil. ss kmiie nn thud can Is. di vised to chock the den rn iiiioiis in sianisn ii i. hi uio ovster mi s. ii 1 it. Thomas Scott, a well known subiuarino exnert. lias lif er, encaged to dire down anions the ovstcis for an investigation or tin. work or llic destructive "live lingers," and if he finds that stui lish cnii be ninnvid from the beds in 'nurse nets." huiulruU of ovsternn u will soon In-1 ngngi d in the use nl' such nets along tho Coiiiiecticiit coast. Onethiory of the pest of which the S.iiunl ovstermeii c.iiniilaiu is that the eihsllstioll of nn IlllS'h II by tlm liisilllf.ut. tin rs of oil ami ertiliz. i's luis rcsulti u ill tho runid increase of sl.uli-li, as there arn imt nn nliadi ii enough to destroy the starfish spawn as formerly. NVhether the thmry is tine or f;il-.e, ii is ei rlain th.it the government oiiL'ht to restriel liieiilud. n fi-hiiig. Connec ticut is tin chief New I'liglaud prolucerof oysters, and her beds in the Sound are so valit able that tln ir distinction would bo a great calamity. Ki'i 'rn i:un i:Ti:ii'itiwn, The latest statistics show I ht during the lust si mouths nearly To.ooii.Oim has Ken invested in mm industrial euieiiirises and en liirging those already established in the South. For tin mist iw i months the amount invested was il:l,7ll,0ii, a fallim; off from the earlier months of the war, dm inuitily to tho usual nininier dullness. The li'l of .new enterprises established during the first half of the year shows a wide run'i. of industries, including cotton mills, wool, ii mills, flour nulls, saw and tiluuing mills, iron furnaces, iigiieiiltural im plement fuelorics, miichiiic. shot foundries, cotton s. ed oil mills, fertilizer factories, tohac co factories, shin building yards, paper mills. and manv others. The a'i:regato investment foot up tli;i.22l,000, Alabama heading the list with tl3.nln.oisl, Kentucky tl3.1'.i7,000, ir ginia 4ll,(l32.o"U, Tixas t7.'.i31,(lo(t, Tennosseo i t.si'.i.ooo, (Icorgia S:),7j:i.iii.'0, Maryland 2, 832.000. North t arolina t2,73-,o00, West Vir ginia 2, I2',0IM, Louisiana t!,730,000, South (.'arolina tl.W.'.'i'iO, Florida tl,008,000 and Mississijipi i"G7,(W0. NEWS SUMMARY. 1'amva and lllddl. kt ...... JOHN 51 A V, A shoeniliker Of Coiisholus ken, it fV '':'"''" I'1' ''"teii!.! the. r.s,m ol hi .ii . ' .'"lies oi ego, unit stiiblied le rsiM iito..,, t, s. ,i,Hi,.,ng lutul ". ',' " o r nnn il I,,.. Kllle. luinsi ll, '1 I,, criinoihiitiribiit..dt.iiiisnnity. A IIKl v dry i;ikIs iiii,i,.his isviii ivd in TlIK iiiimeiihe fiirnitiiri. fie toiy nf Jlm-tii orn ; Suns in l!n.klvn. N. Y., wns sti u. 1 by bgbtiiiiig. eiuight Hp. niel Husili-tn.nsl togcthrr Withndioilllm; pi,,K.lv. The iotli loss is et hunted nt ij.. (i.nn i. TnR ("Tlitene of n pint to blow up the pnl eo ill Wnisnw during tho czar's stnv therein litis Isi n diseoverisl. 'i'lir.stisuner Thetis. Hear, nnd l.o -k (liu rv, of the (Ireelv llelief exp ililinn. nri ivisl nt St. lohiis. N. K with six survivors; i, th.. ol j'S't of theil' Heill'i'll. illellliliug LielltellllUt ' !' l.V . I If the I Weill V till' III.'IIiIh T of I ho . i . . i i 'Kill. , n.-. 'l ni l ' I .W li II I'll .Mllll' ", lieur the nioiilii of Smith' niiiihI, when ut tl .1 t.. . niv ....nil. i ileum I . .in s'lu ill 'Oil. A Dnriiiff Test, Tha world is full ol futiilistH. It is an onsv and cnmfnrtiililn belief. I liftve been told a peculiar nuecdote on the Biilijeot. At a frontier post tne onioers mess was eugnged iu an ardent discus. minn Winn li.iH L.tntl fepnlv nartnkf'n of, and, with ono of the Btrango caprices invkntivi: HTAlii:H-. The peculiar sect known as tho "Shaking Quakers" descrvo credit for riany useful in ventions of tho present. Mmu than half a century ago they first originated tho drying of sweet corn for food, and they first raised, papered and vended garden seeds in the pres- nt styles. From their first mctlioii oi m- paring medicinal rooH and herbs for market prnng the immense patent medicino trade. They began tho broom-corn business. The flrst buzz saw was made by the Shakers at New Lebanon. This is now in the Albany Geologi cal Ilall. Tho Shaliois invented uieatlic pens,1 ttrjt made of bras and eUver. All distilled liquors were abandoned by the Shakers sixty years ago, and during the past forty years no fermented liquors of any tort dm been used, oi luioxicuuuu, mere wiuj iiinuiiiiy the liottom of the glnsHos. The Mnliom- etnn religion was tho subject of argil- ' . . 1 i; l.. i . mem. jUUSHUimnns oeneve m uiio ; lur them a mail's destiny is written above, the timo of bin death is sot, and nothing can advance it. Every ono lind some tliinK to advance or relato iu pro and eon argument. Iu answer to one of the oilicerH, who ilemaudert to Know oi wuai use and to what purposo was reason and HH contriillllg power, ll wo were uurn witli the tag of our destiny attaohed t liuotlier, a new comer, aruau nuu di. "(lentlemeii, what is tho ne of dis euBHion? Jluke n jmietical test of the question. Tuke mo as the subject. Can a man wiittiny iiisiiose oi ins mc, vi the fatal ninineiit ch(en by n higher power? Try the question on me. Who will conduct the experiment?" No one answered. Then Bonio ono prupoieil a wager. "Done' was tho answer. The sub jeet drew a pixtol, showed that it was loaded, aud held it to bis temple. "Twenty dollars, I believe? Who will pay if I lose?" He pulled the trigger, and the pistol missed lire. "A j"ke I" cried the crowd. The fatalist nailed. He recockod the pistol, and with a steady hand aimed at . i....i, nn amll He tired, nnd the bullet wont right through the center of tho dial. ... ,T , "Ai'oloirizo now," said he, "I have won tho bet. I always did believe iu Into." AJx.'M'ir A'vwa-.ctter. The Latest Tlilnp in Music. ii... ii..,. Vi.ii, .v rtvl.l Thlintia, nnvH uio ki.'.s" ...... j v .V i ... ;.i ,i i,.. t.imu .1 in ill that V0 Hie mi"' ii" "v there is a lium living war iar run is soon to travel with a quartette. iuo ual'lv in question Iiiih spent most of Ins life in catching dilTere.it kinds of frogs and other little animals, aud is quite a naturalist. The party lias now on hiuid four difTercnt kimls of frogs, which he has had for two years, aud in that timo has quite successfully taught thern to ..!..!. iiUuimit. Itv nnd Bv." A little marsh frog is the tonor, and he is placed in a bowl of water and partly buries his mouth in the water when he Bings teu ur This gives the voice a bird-like sound that is said to bo very charming. A very large bull frog is tho basso of the t mn in! and lie is fully equal to the coca s ion doing his part well. The soprano mid 'alto are very good songsters and when two or threo persons nre gathered to hear them tho soprano w said to put 1 on as many airs as any other of that ilk. The owner of tho curious four is now n 1 hie the snnruuo koIo, Rtid "hen tSll "ternls traveling. The , Z a whin a small leaf is thrown tc 7her afto g. will hop out and ' nick it up, make a graceful bow and re tfie herVe.. Mo 18 mi , to turn green with envy. Illlihsheil lll'lii ut ....is..,.,., iiiiiii, s. in. niivnr; oi,ni. uii.ter W'ltll ltlllllltill IlllliiiitilS lit I.OOII.HKI. I UK Iiiimeiihe fiirnitiiri. fm loiy .f Miirlii, k I "l tlj Ja.mkm I.kii.i.v, ii simki'rlmniMT.wliili' imt ffiriiiirif' in -w V,.il . ... i ..i i- ''. ir I'll I in ll ill) ill' Minko uud died ufl-r twenty-eight 11011111 of B'eili llgoiiy. l III! 1- n ....... ..f ....!!.. 1 l..l - 11. 1. 1. .11 111111, uui huh 11 ers vei e ill Work on 11 11 exi-iiwitinii nmr I'urker. I'enii,, on the Cliil-iiin riv e tl .1 L 1 ,....-...1 iu, killing two iiisiiiu ly, mid it was th .light .uiiiiij. nijiiriiii; iwooiiiurs. TlIK llMI'tl ,,f 1'l,t..u 1 at I ing Creek. I'enii.. wim siru'k by lightning mid ditroyed with nil itH mt.-nls'. in 'hnlinir e irlit, bend of euttle. Two of the limner s s ms uud u mini mime,! itnhier wero Int.iMv in uivd I'V 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 lt t nnl. n while atleiniitMi In e. .si ne Ihii tmk. SKN'Atlllt IIaU-II'V tJ f,.il.i;,.ll 1111,1 T-' 1...... I' ..'. -.n 1, , ,,I t,, .. , I . I III' I l III' II Ml Ms'iikei-snt 11 Itliune 1111.I l.o-i.n 111t1ii.11t1.il iiuiMing in jw orn. Jl 11 siinilnr i.i.h iiii; In boston, i,ris.i,lisl over bv lloveriii'i' Itoi in UUI, the lil'llieiliul spilkerH Were Jsen.-lt- iioar mnl 1 1 11 'ressiiiiiu 1,1 Mn W'ti t i.i i'iiif'L'i t ..i,....r il,.. 1 ,..i,.i. pnli s ut ling,. 1,11 1 1 111 Mew V. il. eleeloinl ticket, has willidniwu. II" litis ulsn nsked 11ml nlitiiimsl 11 tour inouihs Imie ol r I .- -1 1- from his duties us eititor ol' Ihe II. le ster 1 11 ion mid A'trevtisrr. Mr. rureell wns Mroiiuly otiisi'd to Uoernor rievehtni's iioniiimiion 111 i.iiiingo. n-i.v 11 i.u v.. it 1 n.in.i 1,.. lOIK, Ullll 1I11S lM'gllll WOl'K ior 1 no eiiiiipiiir'u. ( ONIIUKSSMAN SAMI'l.l. J. ItANDAI.I. Ill llll interview iu I l 1 1 1 it l ; 1 1 111 sjivs In- is .rfeetly Mitisll...! IV il h llli. A i i.ill 1 if tile I 'Ilir.'lL'O I lelllis enilie eon vent i,. 11, mnl will do nil iu his power L011111 11 us- 1 e 1 ue siieress 01 im ii' hi i. Kiivi:mi Yaiii). .In . A Co.. New nrk 1111- porli'i's of iihite g.s.,s mid Inees, htiw lnili-d lur 111111 v f 1.00 1.00 '. T..L- V..- V...I 1: I.m. L.. ulll 1, .,1,1 n Stale i'onetiti,,n f . it the iioiniuiilioii ol nn electoral tnl,.i 111 .New lurk city, Aii,:iisl .'i. If... 1 I. T... ... t...U n .u I.,.. l'...-l.. I.tr IW., I..-". I , I .' I .T ,U --,.,'., Inn minister, mnl bis son, ,-snhiev. mnl I 1, .him lfislu.p. of .Meihiia. N. Y., lads 'iilimit twelve Vi-nes t.1,1. were lU'oWlied l.V 1 ne llliseiuu- .11 their Isnit while fishing on tln Illinois in nl lleiirv, III A I'll, iui WVT tii..,li...l 1, Hteiilll of rililll'il'l .I....I.... I I in l...sl M....L ll.ls. I. M.ll klll'll lis III Will runt the Is hef II nt it will sUi nd throughout i;urosiiluiiiig 111.- in xt iniriy iiiivm, nun tuny leaeh our shoiin at any tini''. Its n. cress can Im nrrestisl only i,y the most wiitelilid e:ni. mi the pint ol our iiininiiitin""tli' eis, lor this disense has always ivm-hed our shores by "I Mm 111 mnl IVnl, T oineu 11 in,.. I Ii, nil- mnl r.owii.iiiurreli in n '" 'el ut I n lias, Te.Mts, and ein h shot tin other il. nil. Willi. I. two e.,!,. list llii'.l " re l.einn 11 ill. vovr.,1 In in il nl ..Inlkville. Mi. lillMlli; eol. feswd lo .s, n:!".- fv.i sil.lill ! v- III I lllev Wile I ill.. II 1 1 "III I ll-o'lv l.V llllsl.isl IIICU suul huiii:ed. 1...,v I'. ll'.eeMV w ho l;ille,l his Mill Kill) rrt 111 I'iiieinutili 111 lss l. bus Ikcii si'iitenced to lie hmi':e. l.'i -.-! -in. 1. A' Sso 1ii'i'.. 1 if Iinli.inniiulis. lud. hithert .ii.nli red on.' nl the in -I ivlinbli llllllKUIg IIOUM's III nie .. s , en -s , ..sl ......I...I l.tilnl'ls " .." '.' "o nini .....1. i,,ii!ii.. 1., '.'! 11.1 1 (I ( - a---s t excite- ti'ient wss mil" d in beli iiinpolis by tliellrin'j snsislisloll. nm tini.. wns .1 ee::eim iiniou the other bnnkiiu: bouses of 1 he city TlIK Isill'f nt Carters saw null, near Blooiiiinutoii. 111., exphilc.1, nnd blew the mill to ntonis. Over a dozen nu n w ere In the . . .1... to.... l.,.m. in.. n were In. iruiiiii-.- 10 in , stnntlykillnlnndiUl the others sovcrcij in' Jureil. Al.iiF.liT Mii.k.h (eoloredi, was luinged at K.i..,-r Miss t". 11- his Wife's llllll'iler. OovKllMill Mel.ANK whs Ihe rineit'nl sr.nkeriit n Cleveland nnd llendne.;s rtilili cntion iiieiliiig in llnltiim I''. r... ,...-i Ii.liV A M miti. 1111 A I el 1 11 ulitor. Imsi-sMi in .inlnrit.-.l lot- governoi ny the Kuiisiis I Jei ami K nt 1 -. t'ue of tins,, died oil llio way to Ht. Johns. l.ieuteniiiit (Ireelv's retreat "mi 011 August II, ssi, was eniirely Mlei essful until Ciipe Snlillie was fencl'eil ill rseiitenils r. Siiiilies ol' f.s gradually guo out ilut'iiig the winter, but it wns mil until Inst April thill starvation mnl e.iosuri. Is-gaii to 1 any oil' the lin n one by oiie. Tne liinely eHsiition was sent to in,, Aivtic regions lor lui'lUMut obsvi vullou. LATEST NEWS NOTES. Happenings of Interest to All, At liomo ana ADroaa. Tin. rreiisiuv 1 Ji-j.ii rt iin-nt -mid tin Mowing e'liuiis tor fii'iis,'s i 1 .-1 11 ri d l.y Stale -;ovel 11- III. Ills ihllllU Ihe i.l of III" rebellion: Ohio, -'.ii'.'il'l: Nm York, f.'il.til'i: Michigan, i I'J, "I '.. ami M.i-sa 'hus. tis, s jh i'.I'.i. Th. re 1111- twelve va, 'ain-ies iu Ihe rank " s, c in, I liintuuaiit iu I tie a nny utter the as-i!:ii-In nt of lh.. i-n.1 I ., ami the I i snl, nt mil till th, 111 by Uj'p liniments from ciwl life. LIEUT. GREELY FOM Onl v Six Out til' 'hYi'iily-llvr Mt'ii lnnii;lit Hack .lio. Auotlicr ThrilU'ig Chaj tor of Arc tic Exploration. Ilisp it' lu's 1 eived bv Ihe ws'iotary of tho navy ami (ieuenil llu'i nnl Wiisliiiigton fnnii l.iciitenrnit (ireelv mnl Ciiiniiiiml.T S. h'ey nun. .11111 si Ihe Mile 111 ri at of Urn Oreely l!i lief essliii,,n nt M. .lobns, N. I'. Tlli't -icililii ill hud been slle,'ess,rul, 1, 11' th" (Uli'i ess W as llllll'l'isl by s, MTow, .';s eighteen tillt nf the t'iM'lilv live 1 1 who lolille.1 lb.' sheil IV, '. III ,1:1 l.nlue I'.'ll'i.V I'e the M'.l' A mt.iKr- ntte p'siilteit tn no express train 'ii iiuth. tiM' k mnl lulliiu lr nn a hi idv.il ll '.il' I'l'imlsioll. Kll-I:lni. T Weill live ,er s .us i.:i' 1.1 II. . I nini loriy others more or hsj S I i -Usly ll Ut eil. 1 Him i:s l ave IssMi given by the Aiistnmi g.iveriiiiieiit to arrest nil Mni'tinni niissi, mm nn li.'le,'t,.. III ell leaun lllg lo MS'llie eollM'l'ls ill -tYiisiria to their 1 : 1 1 1 It. ,. isf P. ...,li.. r.v it,, I ,.r 11,0 1.' 1, ., 1, 1 ".I", -i 11 , i..,t. expUled iliinug the ee,..i'.'ili.,ii nt Ihe fall of llli' 1 :11-st I If. I lie lillllilill,; III w mill I lie I'.'i'KeL ..p,s, i eontuiiiid a Inrge . pi.-nit 11 y m tins- i'i 1,-, nml a leni iiii exoioMoii resuii..i. i ll t.s'ii tieisms were killed and iimny nlhers 111 jlll'eil. Tin: Spanish trisnis have l"'''ii . t. t -. I tni.-c rereiillv bv Hie Cuban iiisurivclii.iii u uu.ler Ai;iiei u. tire lv puny Im. I p fxjsisiir.. ln'1'iire tin them. When le-elled, on .llllte Ihe s;;i' i' .'N Were ill II 1111 isl il';iol.'il'l, II. llli.' . Ill HIV h iving 1 11 t'i'.. ' I. ill, -ii. ninl all dvin;; "f liunv'T. In l"i t ' i,' hi hones ui'iiv nil would ll.'.M' lie. II ill .1 I. S i:,;.,t :l-,i ll-I.I both kimls .'in I I. , ! solmillv Ir.ieii that th-v had .. I. ' ninpiitiil.. I, but h.. . 1 1. 1 not I .ng stirv 1 v n lh " .Hi. .11. mnl he die I on .lulv I'.. TI11J i.ihei s nre r;i'. nnpi.. nr.; 111 health. I ii i",s, l- Unit iMi!i','.i . tli.- relieving ex 'n' t I 1,11 wi'i-i' t'11. Tn. tis. ei.uiiii:inii''.l bv ( '1 iii 11 111 11 h e S hlev ; lh,. llenr, ill I'oinninnil ol l.'i.,ili.iiul I'm. n'v. nnd tlm Alert, eone '.lintnle l li I iiliiuimnli'l' I 'otlin. I., .th epe,li: i,,iis me revai'.le'l. from a scicit. ill.' slnmlp nil. ns tlie in. t sii.'.'esslul Ihut b;ivn e, I' lii'i'il 111. I'le Illto liie ll'11.ell re-ioim ;if the Noi l h. mnl us nil of the reeonls ol oil- Sen III i"lls hemill oil the I'esenr.'h.'S of 1 .11-11-lennlil lileiv Ictte been nri'Sel'Msl.t ht. illlH ir- hgent ell.'l-ts i llllll.il Is. ovel till, til-sl tlllll. Ill 11 iH'I'ilsl l.f tuerien cnti elaiiti Ihe pmud ieii,.irme.i io it siiui i . "tlier eniiiiirv on the smero jAnd, w sighted signals of ill" tri'ss nt a distance of nlsnit seven miles. II tins iil.oiil tl n'eliH'k i' M. nnd the sun shining brightly, but bitterly cold. After iiiusiilerablo troiibh' wn stemii'd down toward tint lioek u upon which thev . .. n.i.. .i.-lii ..i..f mir nves. Here, Mil ll iioiiiiii'- nisn' " . . 1 i --i i ii- (lively, lliainaril. 1' ivdern'ks, l.ot'V. 11 inlel'liliek llll'l I ' 'llllell were ciioi. 1i';.. i,l'i,iviiiin.l luiggiiu en h other irunii- I'.iliy. Thev s.eni 'il Irniiti.-Willi Joy. 1 pu. '.... I - -.... .lillt.'llllV i I 111 II euilt'i , nun u o i j;n leie'.iel thi' ll. 'I'lieV lleW III III", and 1 Ut l i st Hii'-gined thev were erny. l'liey wlail l l h of iln liMi'lii the limit, luigisl them, Liss . I iheir hnmls ami ilnl every lliunonii eo'.ilil una Mile to sh iw lh ie j..v mnl sr-ititudii. All bill l'oor l.lhsoa. Ills ieul and Irnnd-i w ere so nn.ttv rmzen trial Tlo cottM not moYiv tie I if still on the ground and inoiinr-d. 'Jin' nilii't'4 of the fiiirty. nisi, were morn or , ss frost bitten, but tiiey Ks'ine l to forget tli sufferings. l l iv ,,n III,, iee hsikisl as If I lev could lint In.. Iii' hours, they l.s'ked s i fis.bl,.. nol witlist iu ling the iihnost su'rhinn:in strength they I a I shown wheiiwu reuchej Ihoiu. Sluw- .-. ...ie bv one, seventeen nf thi party 1m l i I : i nptii.'ir liv.-s tot.,,.,,uSl.'iriition. (!! of tlie.il. the stl'.Miest, htl'l g"ue s,iil- leitnii II ver ivliirii,... lb' wns '.,,. I wlii'e I nil g loget ton si'ill iH-fol-" it I -li.i lh ..!,; of n il.s' upon wlii' h th-f v.. i". II in1.-" 'I hi- tootlli's'. fell ill!" I' se:nil In III" iee rl-l I was si ell mi lllnri'. We i ii i i.ini ei'ei I a e.'il.. dav Is.fore yestei ll.n v.heb w.i s.i inn, his tint Hi" Alert (.. p ,iu . I Ii in it. Creelv. iu his resirt I-, m,.. i a;. I ih.it oil .Ail -n-t !i. ss.l, h" aliaii il'.ni 'l I'ot l i ',.ii';er. Tii- v traveled n "t ill fly, I ...1 1 .1.. '.- v i t ion tiiiil sillier. tug 1 1 ..in Ihe eol.i. rein liisl llnird Inlet on K'litetnlHT 2 . There was no one In 111" party win, v.ns not in full po-sc-i-l hi of Ifiiltli. linn, exeeptitn.; their is .luted uosiijoii. everything MILS Weil. THE JOKER'S BUDGET. WHAT WK I'IMI Til HMII K OVKR IN TlIK lir.'Hllllil rrr.un. AS ISdKN'rM'S WOMAN, "Mr wife in (lie mtist iiiRtsnioiw wo man whoever lived," Haiti Jouea. "I believe, you, Haul miiii, -litelv. , , .. "Hat you don't know why you bcliovo tne," intiliiateil Jonea. "To tell tho truth I doll t," frankly replied Smith, looking bored. "Well, 1 11 tell you. We'vo been mar ried twelve yearn ami lived iu tho arue Iioiihi' all the time, ami Una tnorniiiir alio i n ,i.,i.. i.h,,.,, tn hi, Iii mv NlinnerH." l, Illll. ,. -- - - . - . . And Suiilli was piiralvziM with ad- miration. Ji nvrr Opinion. Jlln-e i it In . Ill sliimit. .1. I'. Ihiii iiluri.v ihsi in t ton oi luiv inc. Mi... pole tin clot.,.. 'I'd.- I'll -st t I .i' lltenmit I i in", ill pi'..'.: If rei.ii v ( 1: ,ii il i Wnsliiiiuion. a s. ...i ii ?iv, in the Inlsirlim '.. ..'r .i... ......'i.i it.. ii-. nn, litioii. etc.. is ia dliwsi u in. ." -- - -- course of impuriition at thu state, depart nielli. BfcnET.MiY Fitm.lniirvFS has iu- ...a i... ,.i.i. iii..,..,iwnlt..-,i:tlt'ers at Lou don. I .if. I'i'O"!. Mmseilles. Havre, llurilciiiix, llreiiieu ai :1 lliiuiiiiug to omeio ii,r,ui. coinpeteiit nlivsieinns to inspect all vessels and pn-sengei'si d.inrting tor tlin I nUisl blntes i loin im s- fun is. . .-..,... curs are instru. ied to relii.se elenn lulls or health in nil ens' s except upon the reenmiiH'n rlntimi of theiauitnrv inspei tor that such bills be given, lliv eotisuis nre ins. i u, i.,i v, port by cable, unyeuseof inleittuusor eon. tngtous rtisi iise Known to ettit on board of a Vessel n' III" tune ol uer in p n nin- om ma TJlliled HtntPM. This null s.. S n lopl.'.l 111 order that the health ollleers ill I'nit. d Stati portJi mav havn tinielv warning ol approach- I , . ' I l. .. ...-.,.1 I., I.'ibt. Rlleh ing iinuuer nun j . niensiiies us sluill prevent the sronrgu from gniniif.r n foot hold in this country. l.t Tlinn ll.Miitisiis, ehief elerl; of the lien era I Lund olliee, bus been llp Hinted tolilltlia new position of ns-i.siiint e .iiiiuissionerof the lieiiernl I and olliee, creatid at the last Kiotl of Congress. TlIK lniliuu i.ili.'o bus I i informed that t-..tio..,.v In..! ol the Mic and l''ox Indian tr . .low iipouth f'iittavv:it;inileriiiervntoil .11 Mlllsi;, wn. li.ll'iieie.i n i. ..,s . ...... i.:.ii,' ,1, ,.,., n :o il.c river. KoshivvaV wns iipiiosil lo Ihe Sil.'V ol the other duel's of the tribe, win w .slieil to remove into the liiiliaiiTerritorv. '1 1 "'. tttni -si.merol Indian all mis litis nut In.ii'.i,! Ihe n;e,it to oiler tl re-wtu-il of l:!ililor ll e iletivtmn uud arrestof tt.u tiiiit'ile.er. Muni: 1 1 1 1 1 i ::i (I i.roiiintii'iis have lust ii niiideiiitheeleri. nl loriv in th s.'iiMnu oi Oee. The court of Alabama claims isoi the point lit completing a series of jm g tients numbering Isuvveen 'J.utKl mid il.tHio. u.u ng wivgnleo the awards, iueludiug mlerest, Ik igttlsiiit W.T"0,nd. It has bis u b ni-n.-l by the treasury depart ment Hint pais r rags '"'"I have s-h-ij colleetiHlinih- e "in int.- t -.1 i istricl.s of Egypt.Tiirlo-viimllh'. souih ol trance, am Jm-IIiL illllH.lt. .1 i.lt..1i" ' lllledNllt-l.tllllillgh (Jllllillllllll fS'Si s Till' tle'lslll V Iteparillietlt 1'IIS .illst Issil'-s. run-mils I. r lh' I i'-ii! "i 6 . J '" account o! p. .:-u AMOMMhevis't IV.'st.le..t Arthur ' other day w-rv.x Miri-tr i-mv- liutlor, (leiier.il .Shel l Ian an I henat'H W ude llampton. I neltfii. '-TinnPSnoillan "courts have refused tnextru dite John C. Euo, the defaulting ex prestitei.tl of tho New York Second National bun. '!l" fled to Canada (luring thu recent lumn ml crash, and was cuurguif with largely. ObaNOK celebrations in Iroland resulted i'j serious distur. atices betw een OiMiigem' t: ' Nationahstn at lielfast, Novvry andt l :' i Two or three persons wore ktllcl uud in mj w ro wouudeil. rii- .T I' fi lers, well klinwn n. ll I'liol'Ttl fxpert. K'Ves tl ginplnc hisloiy of Ihe ihs ft-e since its liist historical a.p.-i,iiinee at .lessore, in India, nml points out the ens.- n Ii In. li It enn be livoi teil lllnl statnpeil olll. Mioil.il ll enuie here, he Ihitik- thai i large iippropriatioii should he mn Ii to Ihe health nllthollHes ami that care should he taken t avoid ii piuic, us there is nn greater safety in a town or village tlinn iu New Ynik. A family of Ii n iers..ns nt I), tmit were poisoned hy'i ntinc, Im at vvhn h hud been left standing iu bii.s kettle. The steamer Male o Maine stllieka reef nt l.epreaux Point, m ar St. .lolni, N. II. Sim is a total wreck mid is breaking up, but no lives Were lost. A limn Iii New Ynik eity, who turned his ife, wilh her twin bulm s. out of doms dining the piiil. ss storm of Sat nr. lay nig'ht, was ar rested and iittenipteil to coiiiuiii suiciuc in bis cell. Two wood cutters were killed by light ling iu the Ihsimd Swamp, Virginia. The Tower Hindi, iu ( biittiinooga, was destroyed by lire; loss i,-in,nuil. Judgment wns given in Ihe I'.i use nt Ouehi c il. living the application lor the pris oner n extinihlion. I'.iio was set lit liberty. A Oertnnii shoi nuile r nt Coiishohucken, Pn.. broke into bis daughter's loom, fatally stubbed her slid eoininille.l siii. i.le. Messrs. Itiilstcad. Ilanies ,v Co.. dry goods ...i.i ....... ..i, ..His ..r i u Yi.i-U ii, nil,- iiii assignuient. Liabilities about il.otiu.twil. llrnssheppers nro destroying the sugnr enne in the Suite of Vers Cruz, Mn., particu larly in the vicinity of t'ordova. Two men were killeliiml two injured I J the esving iu of an eiuhiiukuieiit on tlio Al legheny Jlnilroad, near Clarion Kiver, Pa. A fight over a game of lacrosse at Toronto, Out., ended fntilly for ono of tlio contestants. Mulilli town, Conn., c lebruted the ouii hundredth aunivcisai j' of its corporate exist ence. The steam tug fl. C. Coleman exploded its boilers at Elliott's Landing, Missouri nvor.and all Hie crew, inreo wnne men aim nun nu-grois-exceiiliiig Cnptaui Thompson, wore killed The bout was torn to pieces and tho pilot bouse b ovvii '22D yards away. 'I he Ohio Coal l'.jehaiiKC has decided to import Swe.les and llungiiriniis to take the place of the a.nnO miners now locked out in tho Hoiking Valley, also to atari nulling mv chinos. v., II'. '. i.'. Ho-', 'I li.'tls. i 'I: s.niiury of tin nor h lul l- .. T.i.-u i W. Ii:i II.- : . La I.. I on1' ,. enielll of the Sllteiy 1 1 . . v ..s m nl,. in Ihe follow. iii I "inn in i. r Seliley to See . -i.i ' I a: St. .I.'luis: 'l",l''' Ol", I. it iiii'l l.evk (laiTy nrrivi-n in Wi'.t (ii-isiuhitiil. All art e s. lar.-itc'l tioni th.. Alert I .'si miles , ;i g ll". Ai .1 e. . . .Iiine '-.!, live '.- -:i .i'le. Ill Slllllll's sollllil, tll i :,i- I ,--, ii . ii i i. .1- 1 1 . -iifllll A Igt. l',::ilo:il'l. S.-rgt I r.'.lcp eiJ. ..:. ,1.1 Slevvar. tenli (' niiell ami Sel'gt. Kills"!!, till t tlie i .ii. I v l-'riiuklin Hmv ex- In: Hi el I a a .1 I el I.. .Ill llll'l ' Is' I" W'.'l . Ill V (: A party of tonnsts were recently ovcr whelined by an avalanche on Mount Plane, nnd one of (lie number was killed. The In at is intense nt l oiiloii. The streets arc entirely disci led. All the cholera patients who wero "in tlie city hospitals have been ro moved to the suburbs Dispatches li'oiu St. Petersburg sny that there h .vc lie n two eases oi cuoicin m i Mi, one of which result. "I Utility, llio .-siou- rinn plague is iiiging uirshov. i ncmi ''' have already oecm n d and the precautionary measures seiin iniuu ipuuu vo piu.vuv ...v jpitau oi uie uise.is... . k s,'i.w ..nn. I'm, at ileinonstratioii uc- ciered in Home dm ing the s.-rvic s in memory ef Pooe Pin- IX. 1 he rioters aucmpic'i n cross tho ninnro in front of St. Peter's, but the police and military prevented them, on of the rioters were arrested. The latest advices from Madagascar state that Ihu llovus aro actively iiepuring to resist tho French, lloavy lighting is imminent. No moro one dollar notes can be supplied by the Treasurer until about the 1st of August. Tho order for the preparation could not bo given until alter the Appropriation bill win .ii.ssi',1. nml the failure "I the, supply is due to tho delays of Coll, less. Beeret'aiy Fri linghuyscn instructed by cabto tlio consular ollicers at Loud Liverpool, Marseilles, Havre, iioidcaux, llirincn and Hamburg to at once appoint coinpeteiit physi iuiiB to inspect all vessels and p:is.'.engers departing for the United Slates from the porta mentioned. 'I ho consular oflircra referred to are instructed to rcruso clean bills of, health iu all eases except upon the recommendation of the siiuilary inspector that such bills bo given. '1 be Consuls are instructed to report ny caoiu any casu of inf.etiotis or contagious disease known ... .iui ,1., lifiiiril of a vessel at tho timo of her departure tor tho United htlltes. 11IIS COlirso IS miupic, ill .hul-i mn i tho health officers in our ports may have i timclv wnrniiiK of approaching danger and bo ; prepared lo tttko such measures as shall pro- I vent the scourge from gaming a foothold ill Ibis country. -James rtcillv, a showman, was bitten on Sun lav nftcriioon by a tiMincd rattlesnako at High liiiilge. Although he hud the best niudi cuf attendance he died M mday evening. A severe drought exist in Toxas. . . 1....I ll... t.iil At. fluinnulrn. I A IIIOO mill' "-" """ . " s. I Ky., on Sunday night, k lied the Jsiler aud hanged a ncgio pi'is..ner. Two of llio mur derers wero KlIlCll llllllUK HIV HOBttUll, uu Jail. K coal trnin nn tho lironklyn, Bath and Concv Is and itiiilroad collided wilh two pas seiigor trains iu succession. Tlio engineer and In, men of the coal train were arrested for de seinng 1 lii-ir post of duty. -Hep iters of all tho New York papers en deavored lo secure from General Butler what Ids action would !' in th" coming campaign. Butler wou'd give n isaiisl'aolory replies to the queries aud mused to be interviewed, pel, tne. !eri, I'.llls HI llll. I lost bolll llllll'lf nn I Li-' I,; trot I lie. mil 'I: .1 .lulv I'. Ill H.sl hiiv.n. tin - ihiis alter the aliipiitaliou w I'l h llll iul'nil IV Ka .-lit. t-at i d He iwontv live is'isons eonv i " , . . , 1 . , ... . M e I V : :! 1, -II-1 1. ,1 l,V s;natl,il nt tl: 'ioinl uh. l'-l 'tnnl. line was il-iinis u I.i!.. s. --1 ' 1 1 , -' 1 . in . . Ill-i- too, I 't'w i ll 1 1. dies ..it lh" .1- .i'l vi. re i ' -eiieil and are now on I. ard tlie I In lis utn! Hi nr. I In.', I'.siiuiuimi I tirns- Mii.vv i- Im. ;-' l :il Ids in iieeiii'iliiin-ewiih in ,t"s,t-. ,,i il, . i , 1. 1 1, s -t , ii nt' Wi'stei'ii I iris'ii 1-iM.i I'i-.i' I ., i, Iiiiiii'il in the ico fort Heal 11 ..i'l'.. ...... 1. 1 IIU'IIV In soil III Wlllilfe iii t. ills In l"te mv arrival and could not .-i.M tv.l. 'Hi.- ii lines of lh" dead which - ri ' '.... ivil. w till lh" .Into of denth II l' .le.- NT 'emit t'l'i'SS. .Illllll 1 1-.-I; Vi .-lei n'i. l-'.s.iiiiinaii, April: . .-mi I. 'mi. Ai'itl ii; I -ii -ut . i in nt Iss'k tv. .1. '."il Is. i.i'.nit Jewell. April I J, . : i... vi-, Mi- is...-'-. ,,l ll,ilst,.,iMnV .;: I I .. :i . V:,i i. 'i , Ma)' "I: l-ierg. nut Israel, VI-.- 1 ii i:1 "ieo:1 inns iiirv. .line : In V:ite Hi hi v , .In ne ii: I 'I'l v ute Schneider, JuuO I-. .-i. i - nl lii-.-nl burl. si in the lee tort', ViCi J: I ileal h, Where lushes Wel'O Hot) re.-.i-.i'i-.-.l, ns follows: Si rg.-titil, Kice, April o 1 1 C .iui Siili'in. .liliia M : I'l'ivnlS 1',. nl. r. Inn.' pi; A' ting Assist mil Sergennt I'iivv, .Iiiu" ii; Serge. in ..aniiier, dime & In-, ... in-,) ilnl..l i. knti- tliroilell the 11. WlV fol'llleil iee ll llll" sealing, JellS Kllvvill'iLs, l' uuininii. April -I-1 woiilil in cent If suir'-est that tho bod it now- on I ii .a i'. I be i,ia,'...l in incliillic eases here for sulci-a in I In 'I tor 1 ran -nortiitioii in a seavvnv h'l.i . ,i ... . cs I , i im. Iiiiiiitii! iv. (ireelv- flhitll (limed I oi l . ('..nger August ..l.l.ss.'.iiiiil reuehrtl I laird Inlet . cpleinber :".. following, with lh" entire pally well, lie aliumloned all his boats mi I wns a Iril't for thirty days on nn lo. Mn. in Sim: is s--llll'l: Ills Henna iii-iii en nn, es':il,lislu-d OeliilsT '.'I. IxsJI. lit aji i nere he was loiunl. I luring nine i , ,,,i - ie.!-:v- Im, I In live uiion a scant nil. .wan .- ot lo'il lii'.nn.'ht Irom Korl I t . , i . . '..In! 1 ',i i i.i- I hi rl nl- unit fill l.V , lidvS i ! ,;e Nin es ill lT:i, but folilld if iiitii , laps,, of tune; tliat each. .1 .! ii i ai". ."aiiiiin in S!I and a sinnll i vc I ir mi Ihe vvn'ck ot the I rulers u I I. ,n I il bv liieiits. (Iiii'litig'ton mnl i i r in n I. vvlieto I Ireelv's party was ii.. .1. hen these provisions -"ere ,,,,.." ,i.i .ii.i i irty was l.ireeit t" nvo 'ifiou I,.,.', i :,. ., I sti'ills ll'olll their SiUlsklll i'li i' i , i -1 ii h -ns ami shrimps prosoryed in t o , iv, it her, when thev vverii strolls; ..'......." ,,i .. ..v-.i-i i. ,n As l.lill I shriuua ' in,-", I t.i till a eiilloti nieiisiiro tlie labor vv.-i's t o eh.-iiisiiig lo depeml upon .i. .... i , . s.isi nin 1 1 ie .-olirelf. Tttn channel i...t .. ... i, i no.- S:-. I. in - no I l.iilleton island did ... i ..: '.. n it ..t tin violent call's nil ,.,i.,"i- so ii nl -.' i i rations nt the hitler point ,..,' .1 I..- ,. -i, a - I All ,-l lire l's rewrils ....t .,:i ,'.!.. I:- uchl L,v him li l.-. .... i ,- . . -.si nml nro on board l-'i-.i..! 11 i-! i.:.l I.i Sin1 th's sound I hud a roii-Mu. mi I fun. .a - slru;i;lc with ice iu mi imssiilio lloes. HoliU uurwrs oi ico woi ..,.... i... -.t -liriitii nml .inttenee. ffo iiii.'iiv i , , : i ii c n nit!', e-euii d tin .... i ,- .1 I'l. -t.n.s vvi re p r e i to .i. ii., 1. ii ,. viii-vini' iu thick rani i ie ii .' .. ' i - - " - . . . .. . . i.. . ; in- u' uui I'll 1 1 1, I liess iiiiiii i in' ... ... . - - i, .-I, ni ,'c Tlie i'lietisiiuil Hear renehed I'm,,. York -Inn.- !' altera mssageuftwentv- .... i :.. M. .I.ill.. Hi.- .vilii III.. IVVO llll- Olieiiavs in .ii'-i.i" - , ,., o, ins nl tin- liiiti l.'i' whaling lleet, ami roiitiinie.l to Cupe Sni.nie. Iteliii iung M'V n dr.vs Inter, we fell iu wilh seven o!hor"f the ,.()' Vost..iho''iuo Island, mi I uniioiiii'Til it...... in older that they v: : .:: ,. , v ; tr..... then- lisi.i..? Kiounilaor bo teiuuicHl into the doiitot, of Stnith's Somi'l Iu V '-vvoi tuo ni"'" will, the .Men and l,.s'k inrry oil 1 Thumb, sickling thr-'nch V: mniulerCoil'ii did mlniimbly M get along w m withtlie tr port so e,o-V ,n ; 1,..', re mi "is niug ml isi'urred. I.icutoniins I n orv w lh the I'eir, Im" si...ftel me .., with grout skillfuhi-s nnd u; , ' . n . re less in a- e..mp hshmK the great) . , ...li,.vni" Ciwlv. 1 would nsk in J .u'.hel-o7' ""the ,!',- party held by her ...aster il.llers in several res la "'"m IJreclr' Terrllilr rperlir. (leu nil llueii of ihe signal servlen a. Wa-huut,ii received the following telegram fi an Lioiiloicinl lir.elv at St. .lohus; .... : i i, ...i l, II Vreder- l n :.iit ii i. ii.-n i' i.'ii' " - , i.i. i ....ir w.,1.. siii'iivocs. tirrive.1 I. ... ' ... .I..'.- I..,, in t l-"ii i ..sen. si nt the fioint ..i .I....II. i , sin,-. ,,t on bv relief shllw Thi1 lis an I II ,ir .lull" '.".'at (uiilil'hi.f.iiorlliW"st (,f (an Sabine. All llio llolV ill g'""l health. but iv'-nk I nhainlo I fort ( 'ouger Aiaitst P. mnl was Iii i.-ii in th" i(.'k olf Vii'toriil ll",i. A ii" iM :.!!, ab iinluiusl slcaui laiineli Sent, nil. r II. eleven miles north east ol C liel Hut island. When on thu p. of land. u ; " vvre three limes driven t ,1, : ,. iv ,1 .in:- iiit-i Kane's sen. finally lirirel s'eiit eai1 r '."' i i IViinl iuN t, burn- In ' Ie. s -. .Tl" ui ; .1 ii"- of t te rl'olel S ill-US-. . Ml I il i: ii . ,oV i-i..il- had Isvn lelt lor ll l ::p. ,;ili'.ll I'l .-.'liillie, I ni"..-" mi l i-tal.li-ln-1 wlntei- .pinrl -rs nt Ciiuip t t.iv. I a I' vvnv I,' i Saliun. ami t 'o 'losl II it. Invent. m sh vv -d that by daily ration. :ri I ,.:i third . t:u -.- in-nt. seven .-i I -in I dog hi- Illt-i llll'l I ' ounces ol I.i. . -I an -i n. Ihe party w. ul.l n-ive i u oavs i.i ! i rt 'ii- left tor er .-sing Smith Sound 10 Lit1!"'- n island up to Mnr.-li I. i .i.tc Snniti Sound remained npen the eiiiii',. vv inter, I. it leiine .rossing iui ,s.1.le. ritini" failed, diwiilln dailv liunlliig Irom eai'iV I'l'iiruary. neo'i" u"' sun i. tili'tn "I "lilv 'HI p.. il.i'ls of lit. ill .'.slid I';- ol (... I liin-o," 1l,is v,-ile luiuate shrimps, ....1 s-i..s .im, i-ii-L In-lieiis nml M'UlsUiii w,.-.. 1-esi.lle.l to I. r f.sl. wilh le-lllts nf .i. ....... n. ,1.,. ...... .1 .. ... .,r ,,,-i-ivoi's Tlie la-t r. '-iilar I' I was is.tie.l Mav I I. I Uilf I u ii. nm Is of meal h iv ing Usui left by darling;- Ion. ciiniji'll'd nt" to send in .tofemner tour tinn to o'.tuin III pounds of I'.ug isl .da' Isaliellit. Dunn. tlie Irtp I'.llnoii , nl I.. 1 1. I....i.ls .... I !.-! mill lost I belli. suiviviiit, however, tluoimli our terrible winter ant sprucr. iinlil Julys. Tlie sur vives ,,vve tneir lives I. Ill' III lotna aiuo energy nl ( ap'aui s lit y ii'in i.teun uaiis Km. .it. vvi.... t r lei l.v ..ne a. 1. 1 ao'oiu- l.llii.i I.', live whiles. I or. -n I lln'll' Vessels i- I peiiiivik, Ihioiigh Melviil.. bay. inUl .villi Ma', T ill (ire i.u" iv. in uu "- limt whaler. 'lli.'Y ginneil a yard i, icy. r p.i-l .lean I iilvv.iv .h-lil it. Mint Ii sj S"i. ml wn: ,i'.ss... mil lh' iarty r. lit" I d m ii ...i" ol th - most violent gales I h.iv.. i v. r i.iiovn, lira Units boin liunillisl mii at the imminent risk ol swamping, lour ot u , v te then unable lo walk and coii'.d not Ii ne s .rviv.sl ese '.d.ng tvvoa y lour Hours. Lvei v care and nt lent ion was given us. l . . '. ..... l ....l 1. . I,'. ,-lf i- tniistof metssiri)- logi al, tidal, a-ilroiioinieal, nmgneti.-, pendu lum and oilier ons"r;ni i"iis; ins,, ..on........... Yule and standard theriiioiii 'leis, forty-eight 1. 1. ..I... ...... .1,.,. , iillvi.s. n i-iilleelli'll of blanks end pimt luraolin- pnsils, Ksiiiiiii:iux rehca Hill iilll.'l' llllllgs neee.ss ll n hiiiiiiii". t. i. i i.ctis will reuimii hero lor live . promt bly " CONVKNIRNT LOCATION. Cilv Kiuirder-"! tlionuUl you naid tliia place witi conviiiieid." lliitiiHt Farmer "Yea, niarm. We have fiiiiiiil it very emiveiiieiit." "Hut it in two miles Irom the station. "Oh. it ain't convenient lo tho sta tion, of course. When I mnl tlio plnea was convenient 1 was iiiiiiKing luanu uio niiiliria." "Miliaria 1 (lood gracioiiM I "Y.-h'iii. U'h nuulity convenient then." "In what way, pray? "Wo are only hall ft milo from tha cemetery." I'hila. Vail. WHOM'.? "I have il ureal mind to go down town to night," Maid Mr. Joldileitwi.zlo to hi wiie. "What?" lio replied, with surprise. "I have a great mind togodowu town In-night." " hose f alio asKCil. "Whose what?" "Win .so great mind?" "My own, of course, madam." "Oil I" ,n, l the risinir inflection she cave the i ihiiive wan very provokim; io arum) ol lino lecling. .' rrhnnt Traveler. ,., i -1 - iit in s-.l. : Coin, 'll, ',;u:d Tuv lliw'ly party are very much Improved .i. in i-.'scue but were eriiieni in nm tZ Li1 io i nd ,o.d for severt.l days afton 1 -Vtrt v-ei' ht hours' delay in roachmir thn I nidi, . e ataltoallnowliviir,'. Th S in oil I Ls l1 .Old the eloncst lor vein. 1 1,1 ii .d th mnrntArr . .."."nTrini iniuiler Seliley. mnnrter Srlir.'V woa found on the deck ofi at k Johns. Ho sudd in reply to in the 22d of Juno, while ying in Um drift lee off OtpeSaliiniJ, iuSinit'.'t. sound latltu'U TOde-Krejiiiiuutei north, long.tmlo . 7 d.v grS winut- west, and which forms part Two unclrtv ImUoi woro drownoil at a imiuikt ii'wirl near Jlnntroal. Five nu'H witi HcalihMM'y a boikr oxplo niim nt'Hr WtlniinUm, Del. Tlirco munurord woro liaiiKOtl at orl Worth and two iu Mit-mnit-i. U I.l...l.t.,.-. 1.. a l.-tnlr ill M.all. himiili, III., nmat pay hii aHfcHHmcnt of 1W per Th.. fitI..nn iiiv..rialatnlil irn (i IH1V Im miiM of -U for eiteli t'liineuc laboror latukd at OuyiimitR, Jwy-Kye-Hee fnilcd to b at the record on tl"- Chii'uKo track. Ho iimde ilionnlu in tV,i (Ictui.v of Ontral America by puimiion of tbo niijui mi v mil it nuivii, cvv um (uipiuqi) him aixtv dftV lcftvu of Hbaonni). Ulllll HI JMI.VCllll III JC rftlltV, Bill' lUlVJ jaim-nri .. - ;.. : i k ti., lt.t u.. liit..i.ifl 1 i in in , irnjuMlllvin unit ti inmi'i' t Kocn uiriintH that u H ahiuuo enoiera inai ib now vibitiiiK i'lance. T n..n.tn f...,.1i- n nti. iiint tlAfir PolniTIl lllllllir.lilf MtllP lMll ll"""'-"'"' - nnd killed foiirpet RiiiiK. injured seven Kiimv anil iiiany oiners sngnn.) . (tKKAT indignation was .' ,,,, by thom-tioii of .....' A s,i . w rt uln da. who tore itown ami oihilsi .... "-,,,.,,.; display.sl at the Hotel Conline. ll n a is. Prime Minister Kerry h; "l1"1''1' ' , n Oeiiunn aiiilsrs-sador to Kranco for tho insult. Jambi Walkkb. a sii-p.' t"l dynamiter, Wns arrested iiitiliis.,ovv inter a d.-.eruU re- sislanee. Tiik cholera is itierenslni! ill the co .ntry i T....I,.,, Tooeisis nre evadinit moulheru Kitinee nnd Italy. The Auieihtiil consul nt London insists U'.k.ii v.vs 'Is sliovvjnj; cleit'i l.ills ol health Ite.oro limy win tw ' low cil to enter American porta. j)lil not Miss It ti TTn,ltr miumtrine editor of .. "'J'.? v.,..?.:. 'iU lold thn eslitor the I'liiiaoeipnii. '"" ---- of the Journalist that lie reeeutlv had ft enrioiia experience with A Benal Btory. It had been runnitif? nlouR Hiimlay Mtor takinir ni) Rliout Oliuunj, . "s. ", .' ., " " t threo columns oi vaiuaoio ntntw, n... Handy could not llud out inai auj uinty was reading it. He got all the nietu. hers ol the editorial stuff to ask their wives or their female relatives u iuey were watching the story, nnd the report was that thoy were not, so he concluded to adopt ueroio treatment. u n' out altogether (or one Sunday. He made up his mind that if there were any inquiries he would pnt it haok ngsin tne neit week. He followed out this t con-we and ho reported that there hjd lieen a solitary story np to daU, He ssysth . tiuued story m omiy PFl favor, A RAl'R 11BASOM. Oroeer "How miteli sand have yon put in that sugar?" Clerk - "About ft peck." "Merry on me ! only a peek I Tut in a couple of bushels." "A couple of bushels! flreat St, Siiccliariiie I Do you w ant to ruin your trade?" "Certainly not; but abindiel of sand, mure or less, won't bo noticed uow." "Whv won't it?" "This in Htruwlierry time." J'hila. Eve. Cull. A stmg TEST. P...I.I Vnilinr "Welcome home, my Hun, You havo lieen miieh mised and 1 nm glad you are through collego nt lllHt." (Iradiitito "Yes. Bo nm I. "lid you bring your liooka bnek?" "liiKiks? Uookn? Hooks ? Oh, yes; I know what you mean. No: I forgot them." "You wero hurried in packing, I sup pose. Well, my son, your four years at college havo wist mo sight of hard earned niouey, and I hope you improved your time." "Yon better believe I did. Just feel tho muscle on that arm. "I'hila. Even ing Call. a nAiTY not. "Whar ye bin?" he asked, ns the other boy suddenly camo around thd corner, "To tho doctor's." "Fur yer mother ?" "No: fur me." "WhatailHyor?" "Tongue all coated Bee thorn. " "What does that mean?" ..tl,w " chuckled the other. "That means rhubarb, to begin on, and loaf sugar, sweet cake, a voincipeoo, rotier skates and juek-knifo before I git through I l'on't you wish joti won Dior lieiroit free i n . rr wasn't his rkxrvt. in on Austin citizen ol a couvival turn of mind. N ot long since he came homo from a banquet at a very late Hour. "Were yon not the last ono to leaven asked his wife. "Yeah, I waah the lnsht one to leave," admitted the wretched man. "It's ft shame and a disgrnoe that you are always tho lost ono to go home," re sponded the exoMierated wife. "Tain't my foult," responded the nn- 1 happy man, "that all the resht of the ffuest'sb Jeavsh before I do. loan inuUe m sthsy, can lt"2iaat Sifting. A Slorj of Two Skulls. "Those two skulls have a ronmiitio historv," said an attendant of tho Army Medical Museum, pointing to two glis tening white skull in ouo of the cases. A pair of egg shells struck by a club would have presented about the tame appearaiico aa the skulls did. One of them showed a compound communicated . ...... ..!,,. fnnii thn riuht eve liuuuiio ....... n . --e. . across the dome ot the skull to the loft ear. . , , "They nre skulls of two colored men, contained the attendant, "who engaged in a desperate butting mntcli at Norfolk some timo ngo about a negro damsel, lt appears that both men were desper- II. ... .. . 1 tl...t .h. lately iu love Wltu tuo gir. " ' was too tickle to decide which of them should bo hor 'steady company. "The inou held a council of war, ana agreed to meet the next day .?- i...t.. bi.,n h a irentime Bonine-v tlir u ......0 -v - " Thfl rule) I" darkey butting "'.l!;BtIlIenall such a match provide rf ,he atand twenty ,fPXr with heads Twrfn.' co. Sue nntil one or the It the winner to havo the gtr . In S'e'c of the dusky Norfolk lover, they only came together onee. Their & Glided ith onisb entshuig them in the manner ascribed. One of them died instantly, the other la few hours,"