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VOLUME XXIII. WINCHESTER. TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER IT, 1884. NUMBER 28. EIHTORIAL NOTES. "'' flon't tn Mingy Wlih ibe Wife. t Although wives are often unreasonable and mlt-noding and dissatisfied, yot they cannot be censured for wishing some slight degree of Jnincial Independence. Husband ought to ondentand this feeling, and sympathize with It, If they will set asido fur a wifo a certain pun per month, no matter how small, and let It be her very own, subject to her own wishes, they will find that In every respect it Is tho best investment they ever made. . . "Chicle." Chewing gum 1 ma'lo fro chicle, a gum which exudes from a Mexican tree, the fruit of which is called napodilla. Tho fruit in about tho size of an apple and as delicious in jsvor. The gum is collected by tapping tho trees, runs out freely, 1 molded In tho sand Into citkes, baidening in tho sun, and Is brought to tho market on pack mules, each Binle carrying about 300 pounds. When tho natives start out on a long Journey they nl ways provide themselves with chblo in order to allay tho pangs of thicst, for by chewing Ibe pun t lie mouth and throat aro kept uioUt and the desiro for water diminished. A Wonderful Hiirglrnl I'rnt. I Trof. Sabine, of tho (,'ollcgo of l'hysics and Burgeons, tho leading rhliioplastia or skin grafting surgoon of the world, has dismissed U cured, from B.'lltvuo Hospital, Thoniaa Colt, a scrofulous patient. Threo months ago tho discaso ato away most of Cult's nose, com pletely d stroying tho bono and leaving only portions of tho nostrils. Dr. Sabino cut away tho diseased portions and grafted upon tho face tho middlo finger of tho patient's left hand, making a nns. Tho operation waa suc cessful, tho patient gaining a noso and losing twojulutsof ono finger. Medical men pro nounce Dr. Sahines's feat the moat wouderfnl In the records of rhinoplnstio surgery. A Knlirr Second Thoiitlit. Tho railroads of Tennessee, at hast nine tenths of them, are struggling desperately to pay the interest on their Imndcd debt and keep out of tho hauils of reeelvors. It is not only so now, but has been for several years. They need all tho help tho peoplo can give tin in. Nolkiug would bo mora hurtful to tho material interests of the State than to havoour railroads In receivers' bauds, I'oliticians, if they aro observing men (and they ought to be), can seo tliii, but t'i'ro seems still to bo a few reckless men who lmpo to rido into ofllco upon tho railroad hobby. Let thctii bo very careful; sober second thought has tnken hold of tho people, who aro unwilling to further encour age the attempt to oripplo our roads by plac ing them at tho mercy of apolitical machine called a Commission, with power to barrass or inflict injury upon them. Tho Ptimelitrr ortlio Snlnm. BoutherncrB aru nut likely to suffer from a further Invasion of Mormons. The application of the shotguu policy to the Cane Creek colony of Later Day Saints, in Tennessee, is a warn ing against Mormon migration to tho South which is likely to bo effectual. The slaughter of several Mormon ciders by a party of masked men was a horribla affair, but far less horrible than the Mountain Meadow massacre, which is said to havo hud tho sanction of Brigham loung. The murder of Mormons is to bo sevorely condemned, however regardless of hu man life tholr church may have been lu the accomplishment of its purposes hut the slaughter in TcnnesBeo is significant ns show ing tho abhorrenco with which, the Mormon social system la regarded. The expression of the focllng was very wrong, bnt the feeling itself was right, and when it is ss lutenso throughout the wholo Union as it appears to be in Tennessee, tho abohtlon of the Mormon Infamy will be at hand. A C'nt Her Own Burgeon. ' A Now York cat displayed marvelous intelli gence roccntly. She belongs to a surgeon and his actually acquired the capacity uf distin guishing between tho different surgical terniB. . Hero is ft clear proof. Hho got a swelling in her side lately and her master said in her pres ence, "I'll havo to get you lanced, old girl," and then left tho room to fetch a young sur geon. Tho cat evidently knew what lancing meant, for sho at onco Jumped on tho led, bit at her sido until tho blood eamo and thus lanced herself. When her master returned ' with tho young surgeon ho saw what sho had flono and at onco instructed his friend to (itch the wound. His friend did so, but as soon as the cat got frco sho set her teeth to tho stitchos and toro them open. The strangest ' thing was that tho swelling disappeared in a few days, and tho cut proved to her master's satisfaction that In undoing tho stitchts sho had shown a nioro thorough knowledge of wrgory thau ho had. to her shoulders at the earliest posslblo mo ment, and sho drops it only when old age, prematura I lit merciful, robs hor of power to carry It longer I havo seen sweet little girls, of 12 or 14, stuggoiing down a mountain side, or along a rough pathway, under tho weight of bundles of faggots as largo as their bodies, which they no sooner dropped than thry hur ried back for others. I havo seen girls of 15 or 16 years, hare-footed and bare-headed, in tho blistering rays of an August sun, breaking up the ground by swinging mattocks heavy enough to tax the strength of an able-bodied man. And I havo known a young miss no older thau theso to bo cmployidas a porter for carrying tho laggngo of tn. .-elcrs up and down tho steepest mountain path in all tho region round about. Sho admitted that it was sometimes very hard to take another step, but yet sho must do it. And sho carried such an amount of baggage ! A stout-limbed guido is protected by tho law, so that he cannot 1h compelled to carry abivo twenty-llvo pounds, but tho limit to tho burdens often put upon girls is their inability to stand up under any thing more, Hut tho burden increases with the ago and strength of tho burden-bearers, till, by the time girls havo couio to woman hood, there is no sort of menial toil in which they do not bear a haiid-and qui to commonly the chief band. How Cotton I Crowing. Tho following is tho National Cotton Kx. change report of growing crops for August! Tho month of August has proven unfavorable for tho cotton crop, and tho condition has deteriorated, it being now SO, as against 87 for July, 85 for Juno and 81 for May. lit. tho last report it was said, in tho Atlai.tiu States, Ala. baniaaud parts of Mississippi tho crop has grown rapidly, and is very sappy and exposed to a loss of fiuit from a hot and dry spell, This fear has been realized, and in South Car olina, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi tho loss from shedding and rust has been serious, causing a decliuo in the condition. West of the Mississippi tho continued drouth in Texas lias further injured tho crop lu that state, bringing the condition down quito low, while Louisiana and Arkansas now need rain, though tho damage has not yet proved very serious. These two latt r states, with Tennessee, rank the highest. Our meteorological table shows a lower rango of thermometer than last year, but ruing to execssivo llgures tho last wok. The rainfall has fallen belo w tho small figures of last season. Tho growth of the plant has on tlio nhole been pretty good over most of the belt excepting Texas, of course, and tho fruitage fair, but this has been offset by shed ding. Tho plant is still backward, from two to threo weeks, and tho crop, therefore, cx nostd to vicisiiudi from early or even the avtrago frost. Worms havo done scarcely any damage, ricking will become, general from tho 10th to tho 15th of Srpfoiuber, and later iu the northern part of the belt. LATE 11 iWS has his LATEST BYJELEGRAPH. Mnngiri! to nem. Samuel IToriie. Sc'eil 90 t liDiloninn nn 11, a Western Maryland rnilroad, was killed m ar Edgemoiit station, lie went back to the lUg train and did not return. The fragments of his body were fuiun, tho largest being one of his feet. His homo v,is at Meebauicstown, wheio his remains were taken. Moonshiner. Marshal Itasor. Walker Slid Hi nnett.hroiieht to C'liattanooea Coan Tabor. (Itenee Tin mr. John and William Walker, Ijioih, is. an, I Wil liam Ironic, charged with mouushiiing in Cumberland countv. Thev were nn sciiit ,1 be. lore Commissioner Itsrtou and on giving bond wire released from custody. Mint Dead. Burke SpaldinB. of flinelo Island. Oa.. acci dentally shot himself a tir days ago while out hunting, and is dead, the cha ge taking ono euviro two oi uis head, on. Trnln Wrecliers. A dastardly utti nipt was innilo on Frldsv evening, seven mill s from this city, to wreck a train on the Hut Ppriiigs, Ail... llitilroad. A rail was placed across the track, but it was dis covered by llio engineer in nine to ii event a disaster. There is no clew to the perpetrators. l-'lre hi .tTt-iilitd. W. N. Wilkcrson ,V i'o.'s uhiibsahi ding hoii'c, Memphis. Tenn., u.i I, in mil. I.usi mi stock ami property .Vii.iiuti, parity insured. I.nmrniiildc I'l-ritr. Mrs. William White, ol' Warrior. Ala., gave her two children niorplum- in iin.uk for tpii unit). The sited mis fund. NEWS SUMMARY, rnMrrn nnil middle States. 1'iiKsiDKXT AitTiii'ii whs present nt ngnind hall given by "the crciuu uf society" lu New port, It. I. A r. Mm i: parade of workinguum took place the other duy in New York. Sourly nil the truth1 Mere represented iu tho procession. M aiitin Wkiniikiuskii, a Hungarian, wus banned tit l'ittsburg, l'eim., fur tho murder of II peddler, it friend nnd trnToling compan ion, two veal's ago. Tim sTHistent cll'tiris of the Hungarian imthoritii'H itt hum,- ami nbroiid tu wive Wi inls'igcr from tho galluws miide Hi" i ns mure t him ordinarily prominent mid caused the lung d dny ill the execution. Not W iTiisTAXIilxil Ida let lor of declination (lovcrnur Wnllcr was renominated by necla lualioii at He, ('nines I irut lieiuis ratii' Slat" convention iu Hartford. Most of the pres ent Slate olllceiM were rciioiniiiiitisl. an clei - ! nil ticket was plii'.Hil in the Held, uud a platlorut adopted. At the New llaoir-liiri I'o'piibliran State SECRETARY FCLGER Ml SuVon Close of a Loup; Illness Sketch of His Life. PnHiire of rnvne, Vlti-v ,V Co., tif f.nnl.TlIt, The well-kiioua firni of I'aiiie, Vihj V i' . eolloii fsctuis and C"mni-Nin lu-'V,'- nnt? hsve ts.incd. TI.e esii of tl.r Ciilioe a hnekiee in values. 'i'l:e ll.tl'i'i: ;c and ,ism-I tie n Liiuivn, TI:o Ced.tois tie U,u lue'i, Links. rmilns Itnlr on Tbnbrr. A lumber war, wliieli start' d a few days nco hrjeXas, has iiuiv reached fever heal, ti n linns are interested in tiie light. Cut aftct cut hh-, 1'teii lilHilf, and "lie uf tlif parllt made a drop of fit! a thoiiKind on die.. I toiigiied and groov, d lumber. Three ,, ih firins r, pri s, nt millions uf fe- t of si- ,, .o interested ill the largest mills in th- S a:c sro beaiiy backed ,y Chicago cnpitl.; They all slit that it is'war to Ih knife. 'II trouble to igiiiatcd iu rile culling by a lien bcr of a pool coinpoacd of t ly tit lnutS. SOUTHERN NOTES. Kx-SrKKKIl SAMI'KI, .T. Haxoai.t, lii'tit lioiniiinleil ill i'liilmloliihia for twelfth li'ini in I'ongivss. William Wai.tkk 1'iiKi.rs, Mr. Maim flow friend, lias boon nominated for (.'onrevi in tho Seventh New Jersey district, IllKiu: wus a gioat tatl.orhrg of dis tinguisliisl ceiin ists nt th" oiening of the Ihirlj -ihird niinual sission'of tho Aiiioricnu Assis iuti'iii for the Advancement of Science iu l'liilndelphln. (iovernor I'nttisondelivcroil nil wl In'ss uf W'eli'i line, and various paHiNuf sclent itic interest were read nnd discussol. I.ATKlt rctiinis put the Heptdilican niajurily In Veniiont nt about !il,7HH. Tho houso of ri'prcscntntivin stands ns follows: Itejiubli rnn, KW; IK niucintie, ft; Iiulepeiidclit, 3: no ehoiee iu one town: Iioth Hepubliiiiu cimdi dales f'r Congress were ehs.tcil. A HrMi.MllAX who stalilK'd his dnughter-in-l.'iH-, near Hneltoti, l'eiui., was banged to n tree by n masked party nt liis eoiiiitryinen A statk eunvention ot the Mnssnctiusvttg (Ireciihnokcrs, held iu Iloston, indui-sed th Indianapolis convention platform, nnd tho nominees of that, conveiiiuiii, junior anil Afest. A resolulion to ('midline! with tho iit'wtv-stnrtcd lVoph 's party in niaUingup n State ami electoral ticket was also adopted. At a (Iriiiul Army reunion in Fremont, Neb., tho grand stand, tilled w ith over 'J,IK iieuplo, sii.l.lenly eollapsisl. Forty or fifty ls'1-sons were injured. Canada proposes to hiyn thorough em bargo on I'nitcd States rattle to prevent tho n 1 vii II ' O uf pieiiro piieiiiiioiiiil into her tern tury. Twkxtv lives were lust by ilro in n sulphur mine nt. N'ieusin. Sicily. A ('inii.KitA panic provnils in Italy, nml nenpleiiro leaving infocteil places by thou sands, truth' is depressed, nud ninny village havo established n cordon of nrmisl guards to prevent strangers entering. A Mormon l'liter Krijillirnril Hi Hcnili. Advices from Lewis county, Tenn., where the two Mormon elders Were recently killnl, stato that It. It. Church, oi f the must prom inent Mormon pros, lyti s, died from a nervous shuck caused by Ibe iiiurdi r of the. elders anil the reception of notes (lidding him to leave the State. All tho ciders have left Lewis county. Important Wvnvury. Trof. L. C. Johnson, of the I'nltrd States geological surviy, in making researches, m ar Macon, Ms., in behalf uf tho World's l-lnpo-pitioli, has ilircovcrtd uti the rnilroad, valu able sandstone suitable for building pinpos.s. It underlies tho lhplty group, which is gener ally pho-phatic. It lias In l ctofol'e hoi u sup posed that the lime rock stratum underlying this part uf Mississippi, ami known us ioit, ii linic stune, was th" only rii ty lo re. This di"cuvery will probably If of iiuiiit use bem tit to this section. Specimens uf the ruck and the phusph ite in connection arc hung pu pared tor the Imposition. TCT IHH TIIIIOAT. Wild Wit T.lvlnu After firnth. At length it is beginning to lie recognized iu France that tho brain of a decapitated crim inal lives and consciousness is maintained for an appreciable time, which to the victim may seem an airo after death an opinion wo expressed sovoral years ago. This ghastly fact as we have no doubt it is-being pereoived, it Is beginning to bo felt that executions can sot any longer be carried out by the guillotine. . riussio acid is now proposed. If instantauc ; ous death be desired, this is clearly admissible The period takon to torminato lifo by poison of any kind must needs vary greatly with tho in dividual. Iii not a hiuall proportion of instan- cei we fancy death by prusBio acid would bo ' considerably protracted, and although long ' dying is not so horriblo as living after death ' o to say-yet it is strongly opposed to tho i Interests of humanity to protract the aony of fellow creature dvitm by the hand of justice. Electricity is another agent suggested. We doubt the possibility of applying this agent so ' as to destroy lifo instantly. We confess that, ' looking at tho nu t cr all round, wo incline to " think that hanging, when properly performed, . destroys conBcioubncss more rapidly, and pro vents Its return more effectually, than any t other mode of death which Justice can employ. It is against tho bungling way of hanging wo : protest not against the method of executing . itself. This is, on tho whole, the best, we aro convinced. THE WHEAT CROP. Mil. Vcnr'ii ANtoiilliliisrr",a',-''T,,e l.iirgfvu K' i'roaiiccu. u w Tnlbiuidire. of Milwaukee, presents t following llguros ns tho llnal estimato of ,, I ,..., of t 10 UttlWU OMWl 1119 miu.i v.-,- r.. iss.i Tho flcuivs nro based on 0IU-, rial reiHU'ts uindo -.ihiu n few Wjf State ngrieultnralrtoiw ""uri airents 111 uie uuifimi. i... ubH bushels, and IjH W I It'll l. Ill I - . " . .i s ring wheal 1M.(KW,0.H). This nmkns no t il yield ot tho country fully &,U"J,0W '.' ' ,.iVU.,,n.n than over Ix'foro pro- Oll..O':iT nioro tntin i:io,isi,oo' nioro than lust iliiccit, J" t. tn0 av. ycnr Top,n.io : e Tll9 ,1c Swiss ClrU. -' No sooner are the clrls largo enough to po' ku tho rpnniaitu nhv.icul atrcnirth than they set to the moat scrvilo work thft land af- ,' . ..i. mt t vii veara. eragoeropi. t,.u r , ,, lmliiv s"'., . V.i.1.1 ,o,m. thnn nietthPircnlenla- ZIX ThisaiiDlies w'inllyto the spring - -. t ii.i ntn rnnrnjtKa. ...i....it- uift n s iti i. Miniifsotauna wwranwi. Admiral nntirbot linn ordon to attnek Can- . ii r iritu-ui tilifitild ritfiiHHturcopi'n ni.gt.tiiitioiis. Tho Extreme Leftof the K.m..h Chiiinber threatened toappoalto thoconiitiy on tho subject oi mo war. , ni.ioi,in In a nccch at Edinburgh, , , .i..,.r,,,iiii r1 to stand bv his political though conmct nntbo LordB should end his political career. -The resnlt of tho raid of Caccrcs npoii Limits that tho government has determined to disarm the ciuzlds, " . will, rncm-QS. -Tho details of the Gordon relief force aro .Tl.?... A.lnnel Kitclioner baa received a Cssage fiom General Gordon saying that lie i t.s.. tntnTM are well. ' . . .... .11 l' I, V.1, -The n,inm have. ...or ".-rrvj. Bcwr Ilriinan'lek, New Jersey, i:.vcllcnielil. rrcsident Malilon Itunyan cut Ida throat in the water closet of tho National bank with a small knifo Monday morning. Ho was impli cated in the thievery with Cashier Hill. There is great cxcllrini lit here. J no exciicuiciu over tho double suicide has 1 eomo lulclise. Tho statement furnished by these nflicials in June of the current vcarshowid the pnnl up capital to Iw Ji'iO.nisi ; surplus I jri.ouo, ami Undivided pmlits tTS.lHO. Tin re has been IlOllllllg HI I IK' pillllie II1SIUIT OI IMC oioiRnoue that tfiito to cause anv uneasiness to the stock holders. The suicide of l'n sident luinvan, whilo streiigtbening a testimony of giant frauds ill the iiianaeeiiii lit, caused UUUoimicii astonishment to the public. ARTOVNDINU M VIXol'MliNTS MADF.. Bank Kxnniiner Shelly has discovered de ficit of over $l,(KHI,niKl in surplus cash aim securities. The town is wild. Men rush fran- lieallv to the doors uf the National nanii only to latold that the business of th institution is suspended for tho present. Ira Voorhees estate is partially ruin d. Cashier Hill was left as the custodian of Ibis estate uf launls and securities. He nude ay Willi iiii iu an. Over ti'.t.ooil was tnken hue. Of CI. II. Ad- iliian's estate over ruyilio is gone, niaiuun Itunyan, who committed suicide, bad tiin.Oii;) in c'.veriuiient hoiitls. He had negotiated for the sale oi lnefe, ami euiisimiiimieo .fin davs before his d-nth. Human knew nothing of Hill's doings, trusting him implicitly. The crash in Wall street, iu May last, look tho bulk of Hills stealings, iiiiiivnii, siiiiiiiix" nuite popular, was ignorant oi uie inisuiess. Ho was a willing tool ill tho hands of the de signing cashier, who had the mu of the iwsti- tuUou. - j A PANIC IN ITALY. 4 lioleril 'nii' ri MiimH'H'-.irineii I onium In Mill res. A Koine dispatch siiystlmf'acliulcra pnnic .. .... . .1 .....I.. l'....l.t.ei.wllll.-illT ofi'Vin stl ruucuuill lllllt. J-tl- "i -... o lin'iisures of protection rcgnnlli'ss of the goV ei iiiiient. Some post guards so as to proveni, travelers from entering their precincts until lifter H ipmrniitine of lifteeu or twenty day Many havo closed thmr gntes to every ono. Villages have established armed cordons. Tho result is Hint iu ninny parts ot the penlnsiilu lu-ncti.iilnniurhv prevails, nnd Havel ntvi I ... ' inloi'l'ltflteil. T llB inline nre si mi V , . Italian pipers imneiii in disorder, mid cull um inn K;ve. t, end it TlieolUoinl returns of the iiuii.Ih'I' of cases nnd deaths urn contused nnd utiivli- able Aeeoriling io uiu uinf . r" Naples there l.ad been niuet.y-seven rresh casi'snnd fnrty-thrw Jw"" '' V.": twvntv-f'iui' iioiiih. J" i "V7""' i" 1 il.wl fn.ni La Si'.iii. I'.vl.lein ot the nt . " , i , i..i ,. nin e I'oiitinuo io iiiiuui'.j. tnveutioii In 1 1 ;u I 'uui'ttril, Missly Currici' was uuiiiinaiisi i,,r governor, pri'suleiiti tl lectins wile sclited and II plllttol'lll was inlopti'd. VkiiMiiXT Has the lirst of the Noltlltlll Slates to have mi election this year. Theiua- .jorily for I'ingi , Ibe Itepiililicau eiiinliilat.i for governor, according to tils.!- returns, was vnrioie.lv estiiunl.il ut from :.ii.ii tu '-M.issi. 'i be lil.s ntiaek vote wus light. Ill ll the It.'l l . 1 t . ; i . . i aiiditlnte for governor had a m.i- joiiiv of .i,(i-.1, met iu Is"'.' n majority of r.'.'oi. IlllVI IIVoll l'ATTIIX. uf l't llllsvlVMIlill foriilllli opened til" I lil"rtlllt iolllll I'llectric.ll exhibition iii riiil.idt luliiii. Manv iiiurvel OUS lle'jees wioiedll tlirttllgll the I OVVef of electricity are on exhibition. A II KM MIKAIII.l: sll "utile' llccillellt CH-elllre I :l lew davs since ill l'.utun. Mis. .Mehiinl l.ixl li-r. a vuiiiu nun Tied worn in. while bu.y in her uilclieii was sliin g livn luillel that came I'l ii diing Ihe, ,u.;!i I ho iMiidow , and in a ft w iieaiioaNoxuiretl. Iiivi'sligalntu shunnl that Hie s!e,i had Is-eii lii' tl lv .luhu I '. Mm lav. II lll.lllllf oil tint ,' lit the I hlll'IcsloUII 1 1 1 . v n ii ril, e. mile awav. Miirrnv Inel tired er tiie he.'c I ot a river piraLt' wlio was steal iug hihhI.u ii wni'iiiiig. nnd was jistonMnsI to Icani his shot had kilie la uoiiiiui so tar oil'. A r the lleiiiin ratic national coiivculiuii a i iiiiiiilit .' was iiiiint.'il to ilei lit I.. Sinn ii .I .1. Til leu iv dot mm of regret that be li lt it no.fssarv to tits-line the noiiiiuulioii of the pai'lv. A lew days sine this ciiiiuiitlis', headed l.v (Iovernor Abbctl, of New Jersey, nml II. II. Henry, of .Mis.-i-sippi. proceeded to lircviti'iii'. Mr. Til'len's eoiiulrv residence on lite llllil-otl, inel plcselltisl the resolutions. Tin. Ma-si hii-etls Kopiililicaii and heino- t ill if .'Slate cillVCIltlolls Wcru held oil the nine i'iiv the former at ltoslon and the In' lor nl orct sk r. The K.-publi. uns reu nni rat. d Ih" cut ire pi nt Stale ticket by ae i l ima' ion. and .lectors at large were also elio-cii. The li ihoernN iioiiiinntc'l William t '. Kmlicott for gov. rnor. logi'tht r with n full ticket and .'lectors ul l uge. IIS Sl'KXKKH Sllll I'l. J. ItANIlAl.l. bas I ,. . 1 1 iioininatcd iii riiihidclphiii for his Iwt lltli term in Congress. William Wai.tku 1'iikli's, Mr. I'.liiine's closi. iiaenil.has Iss'ii noiiiin.it. si for Congrcs iu the Seventh New Jersey district. Tlinti: wus a great giilboring of dis tingiiishisl sci'li'is:s at. the os'iiing of Hip ihirlv thud i annual scssiuii uf the Aniericaii Ass.H'ialio.1 for the Advailiellient uf Scicll.'i. ill I hila.lt l hia. (iuvcrniii- l'.itti-uii(lcllver.s an n.Mivss uf wclcoine. nml various paiersof St'ielltilic illlcl est H en I ea.l and discllsse I. I. a i I'll returns ut the Hepiibli.'au inajority in Veniiont, ut nliolll 'Jl.iisl. The bouse of repr. viilalivs ..tanils as fullows: Itepubli- Hi-.; Ilelies ratic, .'!: Illdcs'llilcllt, :!; no I h il. e ill one town: I'.' "Ill Itepllblifllll Cilllili- ilu'es for Congress were . Ic'lcl. A Hi NoaIiian who stnlilaslbis daughtiT in law, near llacltnii, IViiii., wns Imiiged tu a ir.T by a marked party ul hi eounlryinen A STTK COIIVelltiutl of the MaMI"llll-ctti (!lis,nll"licl's, held in Uostoll. indorsed the Indianapolis convention platform, and tho nomine s of that convcni ion. Hiillcr nu.l Wis'. A resolution to combine Willi llm iicw lv started I'coi.le's oarly iu making up a Slate an t electoral tiev't "as also ndoptctl. A lir.Ntilti'.K ncres of laud over a mine near Wilkesl arri'i'. IVnu., suddenly cavcil ill, d.iing great ilain.ige. The tinaiicial loss is es tiniattil at s'iImiui. I'm ticu'ain of the sudden death of Scrclnry Folgernt bis homo ill Ceneva, !. Y., aro given iu dispiitcbcs from that place ns fol. lows: Sei reliiry Folgerdiol at his home hero nt 4:0.1 o'ebs'k I. M. Ilisilcuth wnssu sud letithattb. ro was not time to summon hi 1 1 1 It I iii, uinl neither of thciii was iere. lho only persons present were Mrs. Hart, of Auburn, bis ile. i iwd wife's sister; His. Knapp and Law, associates of his family physicaii, Hr. A. II. Smith, ami bis colored servant .limit's. Dr. Siiiilb and I 'aiit ain J S. Ix'wis bad left him i nlv a short, time fore bis dentil. Hr. Henry I', sti r, of the Clifton S .rings sanitarium, who bud been le v.' two ni threo times us consulting i .1, -i. i:i 1 1. iv.sl until I: I'. tiaiiinii 1 w.is coineycl to the Kolger maii-ioii l. Ih'. Smith. Mis.l'rn.t of I'.utl'iil... the sts retarv's sister, nrrived by the K-.iuie liain. Just as tin s tlit'is1 cuter. ,1 Ihe ix mm the scirelarv lircinhed hit Inst and all was over. Secretary I'ob'.cr's to daughters v -I'tt ill Ihe Aiill'tilldit. 1,'-. Hie elder being ill Very fcel.lc liMllll. Ills sou. I'lintiiiu Cliiirl. s W. Fulger, uns ill Alexandria. Ya. All had teen writ ten to tocotne toltcneva. The telegraph was not ie.oi t. il to ear i i' us so sudden a leriiii nation of the father's iiiahi.lv was not u pi. Ii lid' .1. The n i I'etnrv I'l lui iie l to I Icnei a ..r Ihe kiM lime 'ednesdn' cxt'inu, the '.'Mb u l. He I'iillcd bis laniilv phvsiciaii next iii.ii'inug. The il.s'toi' gives the follow ing diagnosis of the t n-o : I treat feclileticss of the Icari's in'- lion: congest ion of the lui.t.ll" I.. I f the right lung nnd capillary eng. stimi of the l.l.i.i. hint I ills1.: t..i ...r of the iitiT; all. II iiiiuuiis discluirge. show ing a dis-is. ot ih' kidneys. 'I he do -t r was jntoi-iuc.1 that Ih. sie-etarv butl had ln'iiii.rrha.:e of the linr.'.s I hl'ee limes of late before his return In .111. -Ihe lirst wink out if lit ing Willi lie lei- Hi .New York, on which .a-ca-i. .11 h" dis hargc I about u i.int of hlissl. Sts'f. lary I'l.lg. r n lc out diiilv until uinl ini liidiiig iho '.".Uli lilt., sin. e whi.lt time h" kept his PH III, but did not w 1 1. .11 v .it .a ii-1, oi otlicinl work. II" continued t euswee mi ls.rluiil Icliei's uud tel. giants up I .Hi., tlav ii.'f.ire his .leal h iin.l so. I I reluctant login- Up. 'et he was by llo llle.'lll- nil o o .-i.i' his crili '.'il I'oinliiioii nud intrusted to his .e-s.ual In. -ii. I, Captain Lewis, liual in.s Mi"es to his children nud other d re tioiisui a ...iilidi nliiil iialiire. News of bis dentil went like il.liire tbioiigh I o'iiea. and before i' i. i, hs.ts ot buildings were .li'a .l in mourning ami the Hags uhi.til the village were at liall uin-l. II beds of tel. grains polll'c.l in to the tie reined it l.itives Iroiii all parts ul the. oinil r . Among the lii-st Io telegraph watt 1're. id. nl Arthur, livery niuiiilicr of the t abinei at-, scut words of cundolen. e. Savannah played cricket matches before the liar. Stock iu the Natchez Cotton Mills is quoted at l u per cml. D.dins received 42,000 bales of cotton during the pant twelve mouths. A yarn factory, with 2,000 looms, Is to bo established at Daiuu Kimc. 1'ive years iu the p. iiittiiiluuj- In the penalty for ft iice cutting iu IToritU, The cilv of Tallabassco is out of debt, ami mis more niaii ?i,ouu in tue ircasurv. The cuniplilion uf th Itailroa.l gu Mississii.nl Valley .v w urieans six trunk lines. The cotton ci on around Tlniiuasville, Oa is now coiii.'i dnl to be fully 'J5 per cent, short. The Mi xicans have appropriated f'JOO.OOil to ii p n si nt 1 NI lii'oattlie World's II v in .hi 1 1. . n ut N' Oi leans. I',, tar Key, -ad but to' tw. lie' lll.'lill Fin., has a r deaths net piipnl.iliun uf .LOOn, in i n! there din iug is. aro nuw Iliill.nilO and luauiifacuu-- laco at l'lizimli nay " J ,, ,, ,.. drove 'S, J ... . --- - Tlie Ii attempted vnilwiiv servicn .pu-u- set to the most scrvilo wnrK tun lain. he i uneso ' u fords. Tb.0 child ha. ft paunier-ba-kot Cited I la in tho leadmc treaty !orU U.WacV. froin the city. At Ov.eto rave arc tX popular ngitatiui. bus begun ,.i avyr of iibolisliing I'S'i'l P"r"lltl", -Mhl-; " I ohs-u vntiot. for trnveleis. sua- ISSePI L t oleraii. Italy has utT'Unl .,'i.ua, de. uressing trade .in the lioui-so there " 1 Mai V new r.s ot cholera hi. rPyi ed frim ftai, t tJl ease is also rugiiig In Madras, lntlhi. MihiIi nml (. Aiik ansaS, the lirst of Hie States nt which a full electinii has been h. Id. has elected tho . .111111.' Democratic Slate ticket. A Mi'H'KlNM tragedy is cported frutn tho Mi-si.tni village of l'liigsprings. Twnlittlo fiiK seven nud nine years old niectivelv, the daughter.-! of John Mcljnigblin, a well-to-do tanner, were foiin I murdered in Hit. vviMsls. Thev l.u I been outrageously assaulted and then lulled. A Sr. l'Ai'l. iMinn.l dispatch snysthut Sit ting Hull, the ixiiown.sl Intliuii chief, is coining Mast lor lb" piirso of exhibiting himself, 'i'missioii having Is'i n seclilisl from the MM-retary of the interior. Tin: Wist sin Republicans nt their Stato convent ion in Madison iiomluuted the present Statu olllcers by ncclatiuition. At tbo Texas lii'iuiMioiiu State convention in Houston resi ilut ions were adopted fusing: w ith llio tiris nbuokers and lnileHMiilcnts I indorsing (icorge Wnsliingtoii Jones, the In ilcK'ii'lcnt caiiditlalo for governor. lllsiloi'(iH'iiluir..l''. I'lKiti'K, senior l.hliop of the Methodist I'.pis "tt ill t luii'ch Ninth, died a few days ago at Spuria, Un. Tlllil.Kuf the (lively expedition survivors St rgtaiits llrainnrd nml lsmg, nnd l'livntc Cti iuell -al Clevcliintl. Miio, nniler an en gagement in a inns deny that I hem were ilisseiisiuns iu Ih" ciiiiip. unit Hint the mrvi-vui-s were ilivid.il into two hostile parties. Tin: W an's National K'P"il Uigbls parly at its convention held in San Krancis'si nom inated Mrs. I'.olvii A. IK'kwil. a Wasliing law ycr. fur I'resiileiil uf Ihe Cnil d Statfs. Mim". l.o,'kwtl has liirwanl.sl to Ihepix'sb .lent, of tlio eoiivcntioii In r leltcr ul accepi. iilice. At a llrantl Army ii'iuiioii iu Kreniont, s.'..i. ii r I sliiiul. tl I It s. i with over l.'.issi people, siiililcnly eollapssl. Korly or lifty la'i'i.oiis were iiijuii'd, TllK (ioorglu, cotton ri'up Imslss'ii nevorelV siitrcriii ' nt least twenty wr cent' in ilaiiiagc by rtii'iit beavy mins. M xv I'lisfern partict hnvo lsi'ii Involved nioi'it or less heavily bv Hie fnlliiix) of the .Mc;:epp:i Mill c iinpuiiv. "f Kedwing, Minn., Willi liabilities of 1H,ihJI. IVUkllillKtOII. ln iitMi August lho nut iouiil debt wns ro iluccd s,.M:J.S-:.'.'J''. On th 1st, I hero was cu.h iu the treasury, HU.r.H.ii.VJ.'.iT, nnil tho total debt less this sum was tl.toT.riP.llill. 1 1. 1'kaiunu infis tioil by Asintio cholern, nn order has Uvn issunl by tho trensury .biuirlmeiit forbidding tho landing of anv rngsiiithls country fmni nbroad for Hires inontlis, Isgiuiiing Keptcmlwr 1, no mnttor ,. i.i-.. ihcv cniiio from or ill wliat ninniier thev were shis'd. l'a'r denleiu Kay thll will result ill an iiu'ioiuio iu the price of pu- !'' Fiftken Tiioi.'SAXl) coiorcn poopioaiK!nu-a lie lunerid of Huv. J. II. Hiuoks, who had Clinrlcs James I'olgcr was lwrn on pril IH, P'lN nt Nantucket . .Mass. lie had lit. .1 at llcncvn since bo wns fourteen ears old. He was gradual. si nt Ilubart . olh go in h .ii with tlio highest honors of his cla s. Hi. si udled law, was iitliiiilled Io the bar iu l was a justice of tlio s'ace in Ceucva, and was npi.intis iu I'tll a juilgei f tb" ctiiiil of 1 1 .ii pleas in I hitari.. coiiiiI v. He mis chs't' tl cuiiuly jiulg'i of I hilario coiiui v iu Kd. lie Is'ganliis sililical life ns a Silas AVrighl Deinocrnl. In lsi. bo was elect. l to Hi" Slate Seiuile as a Itcpiil.lican, nnd to.I eight years, being ono of the rccigui '. I leaders" ..f the patty. In Ih" cnsiiiuti n d convention ol Is!., lie served on Ihe .nidi' i irv coiniiiill's'. He was n pronounced mil :i : . nist of ti .vernor Kenton, lu Ihe bitter light iu the legislature of V.s between 'uii.lerl.ilt ami (luiihl be opH.scil Hi" ellorts uf ihe New York (Villi ill ix Kid to get control of the lain railroad. Ho ilciioiinood Tne.xl vigorously nud did hislo-t to defeat tho Twit' I lucasiiix. in III" legislature. Ho was a win in I l it u I o'. S. na lur Colliding, through wlnwi influence lie win liplK.illt. il bv I'l .sldellt (Irani ill Isi.'.l Io Ih" ollii-e of Cnitisl States trcaMircr in the my of New York. At tbo end of tbo year b" was elected an associate iu lge of tho N"tv York court of npiM iils.aiiil. ii" '11 the death of Chi. f Jinlgo Church, in lss", wns designated by (Iovernor Cornell to il"t as chief judgi'. Ho was re-el.s tcd fur Ihe term ul fuiirlc n vines by n iniijoi ily or iW n s gning in I l. tuh r. IsSI, totake Hie post .ifse ielaryof tin Ih -urv. Mr. Folger's signal defeat ns a can .i.ln'e for governor of New York is tr. sh in I'.e minds uf the pupli', but it was a x-i.n.p mi d bv many ii.-airaiiccs to him t' at tin' lailuin of bis arty to voto f . r him was ii"l in teiid.sl as a eoiiileiiiiiniioii of his pcis.ii.,'11 character ur ut his uctiuii n-a public man. I'livsicallv, he was a large, ml as -1 innu, aid few men have a u p i -h d iiiore w a l; linn has hen the result, ul his l.u-y life. I!" bid a Mibslniitiid but uiiprel.'iiliuiis b.ei e oi ClIII.'VII. overlls'killg Ihe hike, ". r W hi h .,;ie uf liis daiigbleis presided, lie was a wi ! ower, his wile having .lied .several veals a .... Ho leaves threo children, one soil nml noi daughters, all of whom uro grownup. Mi. Folger's eyes begun t' fail several yen s ag '. ami ut limes ho has suffered uui'-li wdh tl' TIIE I.AnOll DEMONNTUATKIPI. A I'lno l)llilsT ot Worklngmcn In Nf York on Itlondujr. Ilut lioen for years n prcnelior m vt asningiou. 1'robublV no colored man was ever boforo IoIIowihI to tho gravo by so vawt a throng. Ui'dm rwxtption of tbo liowa of Secrotary Fol 'cr'B dt'iUh th tiniisury deimrtiiifiit wus . lo.tsl nnd tho Immense building heavily .i i., i.iur-k Aii oixler wns also issuod to 'los' all euskim hous.-s and sub ti-ensurioii ihruughuultbeeoiiiitry during thohoui-s of t'-e fniieraUrroinonlos, Tho workingmcn's parado in New York cit) on Monday was a groat success, llv unaiu l.ious oonseiit Typogiaphical Union No. 0 and all branches ol tlio printing trauouuu tuuuj,.. of lino in tho procession. Tho Hint division consisted of tho building trades. The second division of all unions en caged in tho cigar, furuituru and clothing trades. Tho third division of butchers, coopers and oilier trado and lalsir organizal ions. Many branches of industry exhibited their handiwork from largo trucks as thoy went through the streets. For Instance, tho box makers had nine wagons in lino, and in tlio wagons men wero as busily pegging away as though they were earning a day's wagos. 1 hero wero relays of men to take the pliicps of those who worked for a while, so that no mau was obliged to put in "full lime.' Tho cigar makers had two large wagons, In wh ch n o hundred men wore at work making Havauas and domestics. Tho most iuterostmg part of this exhibition was that as tno oigais n atlo they wore passed out to tho crowds that watched the procession. Two thousand men were iu lino with t ho 'k'jrmakeJ-s. Tho bricklayers paraded 1.600 1p "R did not lay any bricks. Tho clothing cu Hois !"u. " ,V f""i" ii... ..,.1 mil c ol ics in a ,t least twelve hundrotl n.en. 1 h' u" nt' Union nan j.uuo ui-u o.. -r-- cationa of worRinumen jiu.u . v kpartinthoproccsst... nK Sas iKml" 'lin started taM UO "of SlXreT-carried hods Oiled WlThobwt"lirbmm; Organl,a.ion No. 2 of eolorod m"n had tbo right of he second mvion They include all colored working men and hid nearly 2,000 men in line. ThrElaasworkeri, of wl.o.ntliore wore largo numboKuno, pUcd their industry on throa wagons. . TrwdoriciTkopf, wlio had charge i of tho rrecioncK , . , took t ie em- lonch couuier ... - u-. - , ioyia rk ha'rt-'r bjr ".. itiA vessel. tOUJ?t Zr a, Kn.. burglar, blew open tl, -nr.h of tanios and a large number ot reg istered Utters. .... It is i tin n:i.l that there actiitlc inti I'esti d iu luiiiiiig ing iu the Soiiih. A lady living ncai'T'iivlorsville. I'.'lk cuiinly, ('.a., has rcei-iilly, at tiie ago ul Ihiily years, cut mi entire lu w set uf teeth. The I'otlou mills iu and about Augusta, (hi., will inpiiie this year nearly 70,000 bales, a griatcr iiiiinU'i' Ibau ever bt fore. Within three years the lunula r uf saw-mills in Arkansas has increased fruui three hundred and foitv-iiiiic Io uver twelve him, In tl. Five dollars worth of properly and tt n dogs was tl 0 assessed fortune uf a 11 ay cuui.ty, Ala. Ii. giu, and tivu dollars ill properly uud four dogd aiiotln r. The corn iu Sum'. C.eorgia will be about an ct rage, and cane and potat.s s proinisc well, though the screai;it in cane is smaller than u. mil, i. ing to the loss nt sud fiolu tlieeol'l last winter. The Tt'iiiier-a. u Cniuinissluiiers to tho World's Fxpositioii at New llrleaus appuiuted citiituiissiuiiers for Ibe viiiious counties uf tbo State, who wid be charged Willi the duty of f . iug that tln ir coiintn s send crcdilaule ex luliils to the gn at show. Within two miles uf HciiMbcrg, Jasprr count, Miss., un tin N't w Orltans sud North-cm-It in llailroad. arc i.tlmttilti .piarries uf building htoiie. Din of the kinds is similar to the ii..t, .l Cm n stone, of which tho city of Paris is niosily built. It is said that in front of the entrance steps of tin liiti.it bouse, of llinggold, Ga., there is a huge flat nick which has plainly outliu. d i un its Mii lac the perfect shape uf a very largo hiineui foot. The impression shows eliiirly all tin io s and a very broad In el. The i'.'k ! was found i.i ir u small stn am ill the moun tain w. Bl of llllljgol'l. In uiging I ho iniportance of forest culture the C,'iaiui,M"l.i r uf Agriculture iu his recent report says: The total value uf llio forest pro ducts of ihe United States lor tho census year is estimated at 7uii,ouii,on0. In other words, our fun l Muducts exceed ill value our crops of lisv. rve. oals. barley, biiekwlieat, potatoes am) t'.ihaci ii, taken together. They amount to I n in. in the value of gold and silver, of which we make so lunch account and to more than Un. i' nines Ihe alue uf the precious mill' eials anil the coal aid uiher mineral com-luliiii. Tbo discovery of tin in North Carolina was made in a singular maimer. Among the mills ends exhibited at the I'oston Imposition fl'oiU lln.l iit.uo was a lump of uro marked "un known." It wu analyzed by an essayist, sud fulllld to contain 7.1 net' CI lit. uf till. Hie He'll' est ever known. Tim siieciineu came from King's Mountain, ami while the vein has nut In en discovered, from the quantity of ore Iving around loose acini lists are suro the metal exists in great quant dies. Thero aro uu'iv three tin bearing mines iu tho world, and it is said there is a standing otYnr of aO.IHK) fur lho discoveiy of ono ill the United States. Hon. J. M. Smith, of Oglothorpo, Is ono of tho most extensive farmers in Qeorgia. Around him he has abnut 18.0(10 acres of laud - 1, Duo iu cotton, 'i.fslO iu corn, and tho rest of tillable land ill other crops. Ho has on hi plentatioii over 'JOtl iiiules nml horses, bcsidcl other stuck. Thero are alsmt 1,00') or mora men, women ami children un the place to feed, including the convicts, Tho remarkable suc ci ss of llus farm is ilili to tbo fact that it is si'lf-siistiiining bv rinsing cvervthing they cat at buinc. Corn, w heat, oats, potatucs, and every other necessary iiii.ni the farm, is raised in uuuiitiancc, even to sugarcane. Tho silver excitement In Ititchlo county, West Virginia, appears to bo increasing;, sev eral very promising deposits having been ri'c. iilly "discovered in Iho vallcvs nesr Citiro. U'lie mine on the farm of ltcv. John Walters is iu operation, ami lias a tlvo foot vein. A re cent assay sli.tws t(:iis) in silver and $11 of lead to the tun. M. 1. Hartlctt's mino comes next, with H70 to the tun. Other mines are not so rich, yielding only 100 to tbo ton. Indig ng a well on tho farm of Mrs. l'ool, nesr t aim, a nugget of iilinust pure silver, measur ing eight inches by l'jvo and weigh ng lifti" n poiiu. Is, was found. Tbo specimen is valued lit .-sou. Mississippi is making rapid strides tilths woolen liidustrv and her spindles and looms in ilu, Wuuniia Mills, the Wesson Mills, and tho mills nt LTuinuville. are eagerly devouring all ih. a ,,11'ci'cd. Tho Aberdeen Kxnniiner ra- "lu the mutter of wool, we, who have clamored bo stoutly for the removal ut tbo tariff, will, ere long, lo one or its allium".!' est advocates and supporters, for tho llgures of Hie last census point unerringly io an cany dny when wool growing win ueeoiuu .n u. m.u most general anil mi an tain, oi num....'... in dustries, mid its manufacture represent a large liorlion of our capital, ami nuuiu uo Ihe very height of folly b tboso who lieril uud clip sheep to demand that the gates ot npplv be thrown open Io the slnt-n griiivers of Aiisir'alia and other foreign lamls. A C.eorgia eorresiHini'eat of tho Houthcrn World writes that strango as 11 may appear, even in that old sUtlcd country tho beaver yt t lingers, and despite the efforts of trappers may bo found in largo inmilHis in the swsiniis which fringe tbo creeks and rivtrs of Hoiitli- mii (borgiii. A few hunters make a gooii nv Ing by snaring tliem. jiiowriier iu n.n their haiinls on a siicaiu iu jiii""t.i " .'. where fur many rods around their siihmergctl homes, trees nearly os lai-go an a man s s.ily. had been deftly gnawid down, their bark and foliage stripped on aim iicvuiu. u, .... Iriinks cut in sections and used , the con. It iiclinii of (heir dams. A well known planter mid that in sonic portions of his swamp land the beavers bad well nigh destroyed all of hu Tilling limber, MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC, It Is llgiinsl that f I l..,iHKi,onn Is the amount luvt Unl iu theatres in tho l.'uiteil States. Tin: reigning prima doniiii iu 1'nris at present is M llo. Mm io Vim .iiiult, an Ameri can girl. Ci.aiu Mourn will lie seen oftellcr thin seiisuii than sho was last, her health being nun Ii lud t. r. W. D. H11W KI.1.H has sold a play totheMad tsou Simaix. (New Y'orkl iiiuiingciiifitt. It will follow "May lllussoin." Mmi:. Nilkmiin has slgnixla contract with Colonel Miiplcuu to sing iu Kngluiul ami America for J,40 jwr night. Tiikuk is not n singlo prima donna or tenor of any marked merit in lluly.aiid tlio musical i rill 's of ltonie deplore tho fact. TllK Aid I.iszt, who wns reis.rt.sl to have bis'oiiiotolally lihil I. has eomo out III a letter denying Ibis statement. Tlio famous pinnist I'Miiwurk without ililVcultv, Miss 1! .inks, the daugliteruf lleneml N. I'. Dan!, s, who is si. 11 to appear on tbo stage, is, iiccoi.iiiig to tlie li.sitoii fusi, "not a blonuo, pule gotnl looking, mi l is over twenty." It is gratif ying to know that Mr. Duly hat Ihvii plaving a siiccisslul engagement iu Lon- 1I1 11, ns I... is I he Hist manager w In. ever played nil entire Amen, all dramatic company in L'ngliiiid. A Nf'.w cotnedv from the pen of l'red.Miin .. 11 Is named " Huuibug," nml is written for Itolnnil Ibxil, tho young actor, who has gam 'da proiiiin.'iit osilioii niuong lending cuiutsliaiis in Ins play, " Clux k.'' Axin iii u yuiiiig AuieriiMii bin attained i.'a. eof proiiiiiiencc in the musical world of i r.ui.e. Master Mi. had lliiiiiiorwiisnwaixlc.l the liisl pri ul 11 1 nt. cxiiminatioii i.f iulinisis 111 1 he I '.iris conservatory. Maiiv Amikiis.iv is iu her t venty sixth year. She was Ih.iii .luly'N. IVi'.l, mil liiBt in tisl in l.i.ii'st ,11 -. No.enilsT ii, lsl.'i, nnd has been 011 the stage eight years. Small I'.. 1 nl.ai.lt is fui ty y. 11 is old, an I bus Issui on the slug., twenty four years. Mu. II. V.. Waliun, iinKiiglisli Austrnlinn ml .r of exleiilc I repuliili.il. has Us'n cn nagtsll.y limn IL ucicaiilt ns his Icnlin j man iliirin; llnsscn.o 1. Mr. Wait ill Ins novel Is'lui" plavetl un an American stage or Uim In-fore an Aui 'i'icnii 1111. hence. Tltt: iiecl' iil ei 111 . -iii ni ki 0 vn us an nni lui 10 gels Us name ii'o.it St. I'lii. i.i N"ii. Ho 11. lev. nit priest, in the full lid 'of Hi., licnnls' sauce p ti'sl, with the iiim of nltrneling Mi'ing u s.ple 1111 1 keatiiig tl em out of mis chief, more csiH'f iullv 011 Suiiitnv, gavent his oratory performance, of original sacrol mu- si", to wl.ich lie gave Hit' iiniiic o uraiorioev .Many of th. si early oratorios st II exist. TROMINENTJEOPLE. "CliMMIMlllltK'' Kl'ITSOV, of St. Paul, Is said to have s.iit icarly f l,(Xki,tt)J for In real ra. ing stable. Kinsi in, the inventor, promises to get-out n new . I'-'pot invent;, 'ii.siiiiringiiioncxi.yeur, ill the elect rii .ii line. Six'iiktahv l.i.M.oi.x's hair is turning whit". II 'he bad rweivi-d the iinuiinntiou he pruhnbly would bo entirely bald by this time. Sl'N.xTOit MoitliiLI., of Vermont, is the old est of the Senators, belli.; seventy-four, whilo Senator Keimii, of West Virginia, is the yuiingiiit, being but thirty-six. "CoilMomiliK" Ktarm, the steamship owner of New York, is said to be worth $7,000,000. Not ninny ye.ir ago he was a country doctor, cumin.; l,ot a year. (JovBitNon CitiTTEM):.-, of Missouri, who bus been catching niuskalongo iu Wisconsin waters, ia descri!! ns n gix nt, lull, broad shoiddcri'd num. with l.il.dit, blue eyes, waxy complexion, thick hair ai whito 11 nd glossy nslltKS that the Indies do iSouth Kensington willi. I'noKEssoR Coi.i.ikh, formerly chemist of the agricultural bureau, dis-s not abate any of hiscontldt'iice iu the futiiro of sorghum as the source of sugar, ami contemn itiaisugnr eini bo prolllably ma in from I 'lgliiiin even at present prices, nud that all win, Ii this eoiititi'V ins-, Is and more can bo made In tho I'nited Slutes NEWSY GLEANINGS. ATSbubulii, Miss,, tho Imystako tho girls out riding in buggies drawn by oxen. ( Iiit ot tin. :m,0 ),i!0.) ixmiprising the popu lation of Julian there are but b'.ooO lumpers. A x.xtioxm. convention of eatll.i men bus b'cu iiiiiu .iiii'i'd to meet iu St, 1wiis, Mo., November li T.ik ( hi"iiii.ake fro'' hunters send MOO.OOO worth of Iheircoiniuo lity to Northern mar kets every year. T11K eoniinir corn croo is pst inntl at 1,- '.Ili.lO'.uisI bushels, ngninst K'.D.is.tklO last year, mid 8l:i,;7l,tN iu Isv.'. Tiik once famous If111ls.n1 river tunnel, upon which il,i,ll ' I has Isx'ti i'Xh..isI, has Iweil ahaiiilonctl, it would sw'in, forovcr. Tiik sum of '.'.on0.Oii0.lKI0 Is reimired to fitruisli the Ilrilish x.plo with tho evmiuon art iflcs of ftssl and drink for a year. Tiik Sbito experiment farm of Ohio wil' bavi. an exhibit lit tho Now Orleoirs oxpusl- ti.ni, 0110 item of which will bo 1(W varieties ot wheat. lv nineteen veal's the national debt has Ihs ii nshitxHl from '.,7.'.0.0.0(M to iXA'.A- (hio.isi.). and lho annual interest eliurno iroui tl,VI,'.HI,O0.) t lots than ?. .11,11011,11011. Nkw YollK is tho center of the eignr nink ing I rude. Sho h is nearly 4,otM titctorics, and turns out I.ihiO.M) ',isl eigitni n year. 1'eimsylviiniii, Ohio uinl Illinois rank utter Hew York. In connection with the fiii'inertf bulletin, pul dished jointly ly tho war nnd KiHtollleo ilcpal liu.'lits, it has been docidtsl to exhibit A .1 Id wavo Hug from each postolllco in the Vnitcil Stiilm when a cold wave is approach ing The Hag will lio of white, with a black unmix.. in tho center, and will be displayed from a pii.iiiluent place on all jstlllc3. A DAKOTA T0ENAD9. Air Thine animals are exceedingly and uro rarely caught napping. agSCIOlin, uii.i ..... ....v ' t - . Queer buyers without a uap to their backs. THIS BOOK DEl-OaaS TO DAVirt J. 8TRONO, "If thou art borrowed by s fricud, Uiglit wulcomo shall he bo , To read, to study not to lend, l!ut to return to 1110. " Not that hnpartod knowiedgo rout Diminish learning's atoro, But book.1, 1 And, if otton lent, ltoturn to uie no moro." 11 n....,i ainudv Pause, frcnnenllv. Think ierl' ously, Koop tleanly, ltoturn duly, J W itu tho oor uora of the leave, not tui irrMa tlvlnir Tliroiiirli the tilli.r l'eciilliilll. AInron (Dakota) dLsit h says: Tocull" uritles ot tho recent tornado are coming lu Twolvo inihs northeast ot Huron . ..: 1... I ll.lrfv. man nnuieti jjntgs u.. . ......... 1.. lu.l.1C two Iieuu 01 caiiio Auiwi uj blown into tho James river and drowned, or thrown on tho ground and crushed. He hail tlx lioinos killed in tho same way. Uoven hundrotl bushels of threshed oate In Ins gran ary wore nil swept away. His wile is a well known buttor iniiker for tho Huron market. The last threo mouths she nnd her sorvunt iiackisl U lho liiitler tuey lion niaue 111 crocks, and Hored it in tho collur, sovoral hlintllU.1 Is.llUllS III ail. ueu nicy an uiu storm coming they went into tho crtlar mid orouchftl In tlio norineusi. corner ui im, uio dii-cctien from wlueli tne lorniuio was coming. It cnrneil uwny ami uosu-oyeii tho houso, scooped up evury crock of butter and curried it away and , it cannot Ik fouiuL Tho w.unou were unhurt William Velkoy had two horses and it colt in his stable. The stable, horstxs. and yet o be heard from. Myron K nney Ma two harn.sod horse, at J J hoix.es wero soon to go up in 'outlwo. coiiiodownalongdisaniawv hours afterward IW .11 the hanioss ott except mu ,' I rise to scenes of ex . u.. im in seen :-.'rZ 'X' in Tt.lv. where .ten doc e.ral Oor-lon save in a letter that Khar tow w iokl out till ! ouddJ.uI Ootob x - '