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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1S76.
Editor and Proprietor.
GENERAL XEWS CONDENSED.
The steamboat "Rspides" sunk scar
Baton Rouce, Feb. 23-h, and is a total
loss. The paj-fcfccgers and crew wera
J. H. Itawlinr, & member of the Penn
sylvania House cf Representatives, ffm
Blair county, died at nollidaysbcrrr,
A firs at Caseyville, Ky., February
SSd, destroyed 21 bouses, chiefly ucoc
cupisd two story buildirgs fronting 02
the river. Ir t cosiiderablc.
The three itory brick block in Acbi
on, Kansas, owned by John M. Price,
W6i burnrd en the morning of Feb. 2Sih.
Bo;E, 20 000; insured for 5,000.
Pcrkin'g hcrie nail works at Provi
dence, IV I , were bnmed on the 23:h
of February. Lcai, $60,000; insurance,
fbe Democratic State Convention oi
3Iinneota, to choose dck'tri.!e io the
Nationtl Democratic Convention, is to
be held June lit.
John N. Pierce, formerly cashier of
the Merchant & NatKnal Bbnk.I)tIi.
Bed lately ccquittid of the charge 0'
nibcazkraeiit, hsa l.een arrested on a
charge of forccry ard larceny.
Jsnef B. Diwell, Superintendent oi
the First D.stric", Scutbern B.visioa
"WtFiern Un:tn Tf'.egra.h Company,
died at R'cLmond, Ya.. on the night of
February 2j h, ?grd SSyttrs.
erik II. Irrnr, known to the pub
lic ctietlv t a uogrcj. her, and in some
fene as the litcrr cxecu'or of his
uncle, Washington Irving, cisd in Nev.
York, February L-3:h, :n the 74th year
of his sge.
Oa tlie afternoon of Feb. 2T;h a terri
ble storm fctruck the northern porL'on o:
St. Charles, Ho , demolishing and badly
injuring 0 or more buil.iings. Te
damage in thar place is estimated at
ircm $100 .0C0 to 1T0,0C0.
The steam flcrrin mill ri II. D.
Buih and tre rteai Eaw mill owned by
Root & She. herd, st Leavenworth,
Kansas, wcrt- burned. Ftb-uary 18th.
Lije abcut ?4)CcO: irscrsrcp. 15 000.
The iiiEnagerc tf the Easterr railrrad
linte kneir.:: into Chicago have eg-ttd
on n r.ducii n ot live cents 01 Eat
itoucd grain and fourth-class ircight, anJ
".en cento en Sccr, tne reduction to go
into effect March 3th.
Fitlds Cook, a colored clergjnisn of
Alexsncrln. V- has i roGghttuir again -t
Upton T. eTvcerrer, of tie Bingham
Qoute in Fhilade'phis for violation ot
the civil rights bill, ia tefuiicga room
to Mr. Cook on uccoes: of color.
On the night of Feb. 27:h a party of
armed men went to the jail at Lrb-ition,
Tenn., eompcliea the jiilor to give up
the keys, then took from the cell Porter
Williamson (colored), tn alleged mur
derer, and hung him and then riddled
the body with balis.
The f teamfr ilary Bell Wk3 burned at
Ticksiurg, Miff., Feb. 27th. L--ss over
$500,000. Se was the largest steamer
ever const: ucted for the na.'v Ration of
any river, and at the time ol her destruc
tion had a Itrge number cf passengers
with valuable bsggage.
At latest acccu-ts Don Cails hid
about 20iX mn, was at Ronesvour, very
near ths French border. The chiet
members ot his provincial councils had
taken leave ot h:rn and sonjrht refure oa
While the Harlan Brothers, and Vio
Ictta, wife of one of them, were goir.
ihrorgh the trapeie performance at
Park Theatre, Brooklyn, en the evening
of February 24tb, the i r.ithers fell t
the stage, a distance of f:een feet, and
one of them was probably fatally inj irea.
The panic in Paris ha? bien m a great
measure arretted by London purchasing
the orders. Dallaess cjatiaues in the
Mining Lane market aad the prices have
The inundations m Germany have
caused fearful damage. Tao water en
tered six or savea hundred houses in the
town of Schoaebsc'i, ths most of whua
were flooded to the roof. Tne inhab
itants hid barely time to escape through
the attics. Orer thirty houses were
wrecked. Tne newspapers are appealing
for contributions for the sufferers.
It is offlcially announced that eight
Carlist battalions have refuse 3 to fire
upon the royalists after the conflict
between the oSrers and men. Tne
. Cirlisu are xepjrtei to ba soliciting
amnesty by thousands. Isine battiiions
surrendered at Pampsluna, I: is gen
erally believed that a complete break up
of the Carlist forces is imminat. Tae
car Is regarded as virtually ended.
Robert Watson Boyd, of London, has
completed negotiations for a four-oared
crew to visit the United States durina
the coming regatta season. He has
challenge any crew in Eajlaad to row
over the chaaipioasaip coarse on the
Thames or Tyne. If this challenge is
f not acccp::d, ha will assume the title of
champion. Tan crew will then come to
America u (he representative Zigiist:
The iwn'ti: cotei imca; :h tcaam beanitrlsp
The i7r(e!ti: cord J sited by tae acfeli
JLrs daged wjrh daft:
We p5p- d pipe cln ccr izttry sst !c
Upoc tte telf ts:e ttraJci,
Whi e tcisdt of c:!ce ted fetr ud dsaoIsUcc
Coze bick ic t!d relraiai.
On tarosh the world 0, && arsKircblsc
With lUiectsg em,
Etch loEjirj, iih;r for .t ieiTerly antic
He ia?er be&n:
ttzh lccritg, ilcbirj fcr word of coafcrt
A word of tecder r!ie
X word of lore to cieer 'h endiesi Jocray
Of tsrth Lizi, tuj da;.
Tiifj Iotc , trd we kcow U: th!i isfica
Fcr reason' ehxre.
wliTthrs d'keyptcie to pife ttat love czpreitlcc
With settle care!
Wty sicsld ther pe! Bat i!H our heart! are
V 1 k the p:aWsc pain
Of tz.fzy Jotc that loss to bear the isciic.
And .oaf: acd loai is Ta'.s.
We Ioe thera, acd they ktow It; !f we faltar,
With ia?er ccab,
Accxj: the rtcied f trin! of lore'i eipreiiJon,
Tne Eo'e are dncb:
We srniik wlttlc ocrtelTts la roicelen .rrow,
LesTtcg the wards c&a:d.
And lite by i.de with those we lore tht deareit.
Is t Iitcc on we tre&J.
The! on we txetc. end that etch heart In a'lesce
I r fate f It
Wat He p acd hoptng for the beared j natJa
BrTond the dutast Mill.
Tfccc: c.Serfsce of the lore tn heaTM
Frota K re on earth te.ow,
. cere we Ictc snd kco not how to te'l it.
And there we a!l (hall know.
Uyiteries of Tobacco.
Thoasand of Ream of Paper Puffed into
One of the mysteries of 2"ew York,
of hich vie have never seen in type an
ittcmpttd explanation, is: "What under
tne sun becomes of the enormous qnan
tity of this coarse brown wrapping piper
hich u-e everywhere see piled up to
the ceding in warehouses, or shying
across the tidewalk from truck to st re.
like Parthian arrows darkening the sun,
or perchanc; coming to the city from
miils in the surrounding country, loaa
ing whole trains of freight cars?" This,
surely, is a profound puzzle, which few
even arkong old residents can unravel.
But her is the answer: ( "Tell it not hi
Gath; pcblfeii it not in the streets ol
A keion.)" In brief, -ve have at this
port an enormo is export trade in straw
paper Detween New York and Havana,
here it enters in'o the manufacture of
tobacco. The trade can be reckoned
by thousands of ton?. Nv,t a steamer
leaves tl id port that dees not take out
trom 2.000 to 5,000 reams, or in occa
;ioul instances as high as 30,000 reams.
Bit very iew days have elapsed since a
-learner sailed with the quantity last
named. It was long since evident that
this heavy cxj.cn of paper, that, too.
all of a single dcicription, the coarsest
snd cheapest, could not be for or dinar
consumption. .No market could" posai
bly demand puch quantities, unless peo
ple were inordinate shoi pera, find did
nothing except run to the grocery for
smal packages. Tfce paper reierred to
sells at 2G cetts per ream ot 8 or 9
pounds, and when packed for export is
usually pressed into bales of 100 reams
each, it is taid that the exports are so
large that our entire domestic consump
tioa is scarcely equal to one-sixteenth
of the total shipped to "Cuba alone,
while additional quantities are in ce
mand fcr Brazil, Bermuda, etc., very
much of it, doubles, going into the
manufacture of cheroota ana cigarettes.
For this purpose, we are told, it tervc
admirably, the paper, under combustion,
leaving no residuum other than a pure
white ah. There is but one conclusion,
as remarked bj a leading dealer in the
trade, that the great bulk of this paper
:s converted into a gar a of the lower
grade, and when returned ucdercostoa
house brands, neatly boxed and fragrant
with illusive odors, readily commands a
sale. The peculiar manipulation which
straw paper uadergoes in process cf
conversion is ot course known only to
the iniuatcu. Bat it is well understood
that when saturated in the juice of to
bacco stems, and, perbapt, almost di
solved, the once desp'sed yellow reams
make a "filling" almost equal, if not
superior, to the genuine leaf. In fact
it is sometimes possible to detect, as we
are informed, the delicate film of paper
interlspped with leaves in the finished
cigir. or neatly folding the exterior. To
such a refinement of art hss this busi
ness been carried, that by the use of
machines rolled over the sheet of paper,
an almost perfect impress of the tobacco
leal is obtained, the peculiar "spots1
being pritted as on cahco. The waste
and refuse of factories in like manner
is carefully gathered, and, by inter
mingling with paper, once more acquires
body and consistency, so that in subse
quent use the votary of tobacco inhalea
it in his pipe, securing comfort and
solace, or takes it pulverized into mcS,
through the nostrils, imagining himself
transported in dreamy lassitude beyond
the cares and worriments ot this lower
life on a wisp of paper. Kmt Tork
Cctanurcial Adztrtiter. ,
Colorado claims to hare 23,000 aorc
than the population required by law to
j entitle her to adniiifeB Stlisv
Honest on the Sly.
I was talking the other day with a
man cf high character and position, but
ot a nature gentle and unasiuminc,
rather than sturdy or trenchant. He
was tilling me, with great ardor, the
best news that a man can communicate
with regard to his children, namely,.tbat
he was sure that his boys, who had
grown old enough for the test, had
proved themselves thoroughly honeit.
He did not use the term in any common
place or quibbling sense, :t had a full
and vital meaning. Tle talk turned
upon this matter of honesty, and its
extraoruinary scarcity. It has been im
pressed upon my mind by the circum
stance that eince our casual meeting, I
was startled one morning by the an
nouncement, in the newspapers, of his
death. I remember tht my fr.end told
me that in his younger days, lon be
fore he had become a clergyman ot the
Episcopal Church, e was engaged in
a mercantile business in anotner city.
It was hi? place to attend to the paying
of certain charges or dutiej upon g ods,
and sometimes it was necessary for him
to correct mistakes that had been made
in the interests of the firm. This he
did as an incident to his orU, bat he
told me that he knew at the time that if
his honesty had been discovered by the
reputable house which employed him,
he would have loat his placer. I cannot
say that his own conscientiousness
shosld have carried him farther and madf
him face the issue with his employers,
because I do not know all the circum
stances. But the story is valuable a
illustrating a certain tone whlci is felt
by young persons employe! in inaay
business houses that show an unspotted
record to the w.r!d. Tht O.d Cabinet;
Scribncr for March.
Froebel's Kindergarten Theories.
His whole method founded itself upon
the child's nature. A child is social,
therefore he must have corny mioni ani
not be left to the sc kuie of hishm;.
He is active and fond of miking -'seep
Lim busy, and help Lim to produce
things. He loves the erth give hini a
garden pi'ch. He is an artist give
him musi. , imitative action, and otuer
appropriate means of expression. He
is curious teach him to think and dis
cover. He is religious lead him to
trust m God. On this last he said:
"God trust, rock-firm God-trmt, ha
died out of the world. Tne K.uiergir
ten shall brins; it back so that the next
generation shall be G)ds children."
Here is work for a child, not against
the grain, but with it; not In violation
of God's law in the child's nature, bjt
in loving obedience to it. Instead ot
punishing the lad who makes pictures
upon his slate, the loving Kindergarten
master puts him to making pictures, and
gently shows him how to produce with
his fingers the pictures that rloit in his
brains. Instead of rsbuking his curi
osity and constructivene's, the Keilbiu
schoolmaster yokes them to his purpose.
Instead of checking the child's sweetest
impulse the impulse to play he conse
crates it. Jean Paul hu sua: "Piay
is the child's first poetry." It was a
wise and poetic saying of a post. Bat
Froebel was not a post, but a school -muter
and philosopher. He went
deeper, and said the Euprerne word
about play when he calle 1 it "ths rirst
work of childhood.' It is the child's
chitf business. Use play to serve the
ends of education you m-iy, hu: to d o
away with it is the unpardonable sinof
the prevalent method ot teaching
EiwardEggleston; Scribn.tror Ifjrch .
Henry Clay in the Supreme Court.
Reverdy Johnson had a rich fund ot
anecdotes and reminiscences of his
time. One of them was about Henry
Clay, when he made one of his power
ful arguments on a Constitutional ques
tion before the Supreme Court. The
Chief Justice and the Associate Justices
sat robed in their official black sur
plices, sedate and attentive. Alter hav
ing spoken about an hour, Mr. Ciay
paused, and Justice Washington (a
nephew of General Washington) availed
himself of the opportunity to indulge
in a pinch of snuff, which be rs;d im
moderately. Mr. Clay, observing this,
instead of proceeding, advanced grace
fully to the bench, -with bis thumb and
index finger extended, and helped him
self from Washington's box. As he
applied the titillating powder, he ob
ervtd, "I perceive that your Honor
sticks to the Scotch, and, stepping
back to his original position, he re
sumed his argument without the least
embarrassment. Such a step over the
barrier which separated the Court and
the bar in thoee days of decorum and
knee breeches created quite a senation,
and Xr. Johnson used to aay that when,
some years afterwards, Mr. Justice
Story told him the story, he added: "I
don't belieTe there is a man in the
United States who could have done that
but Henry Clay.' Wa&ingto Cvr.
John Rukim has ba elected to the
Blade Protewonaip tf Ftae Arts tt
Dr. Tynda-11 on Spontaneous Generation.
On Thursday last Dr. Tysdail read a
paper before the Royal SocietT "On the
Optical Deportment of the Atmosphere
with reference to the Phenomena ! Pu
treraction and Infection,' and surprised
and cratined his hearers by cimmuni
cat.ng much more than was conveyed by
hi j title. For he showed, by brilliant
experiments, that spontaneous genera
tion i2 an absolute impossibility, and
that if Eolations open to the air soon
swarm with Jiie, it is because they hav
been impregnated by living particles
Soaring in the air. It has long been
known that air wr-ich has been thor
oughly ireed from floating particles by
fire, the acti n of tcids, or otherwise.
will n it produce lite; and further proof
was given Ly Dr. Tynd all's researcbe';
i 1SGS and 1SC9, with the additional
f&cts that filtering through cotton-wool
clears the air as tfTrCtually as fixe; and
that air thus pur.uVj will cot transmit
light. The :riasi chimber filled with
'ie punhVd air remain; dark, even when
p'.jced in the trJCK of a concentrated
beam of light. There is nothing to rt
fleet or scatter the light; and it may
now be accep'eJ as an axiom that sir
which has lost its power of scattering
.ight has &o lost its power of pro
Ilo-pital surgeons have been for some
time aware of the fact that air which
hss passed through the luns will not
cuse putrefaction. It has been filtered
tnd miy be a'.lwed to ect r the veins
wrhout burtru! conequ nce's.
The bearing of all this on the ques
tion of spontaneous generation is obvi
ou9. Patt-ur hss pronounced te on
raneity f j be a cMtiti, and that, th:s
beiair Vv case, it shou'.d be possible to
banish prasitic or contci-u? diseases
fnm the face of the earth: and. from
this point of view, it is eay to sec that
te su ject has a wide bearing on the
pVnnmena of putrefaction an 1 in
Dr. i'yndall now finds that air can be
rendered optieclly pure by mer ly leaving
it undturbt-d three or four aay in a
cn.e chamber. All the fliit.ng rca'ter
-ubside, ani the confined air will not
transmit b;ht. Solutions placed therein
remain unaltered, though left for months,
whle similar solutions open to the ordi
nary, cir swarm with bacteria in twenty
four uour ir twr dayj.
Toe number ax i vrietv of Dr. Tyn
dah's experiments leave no room to
coubt Li3 conclusions. That they are
of a high importance is manifest : but
tbo believers in spontaneous generation
will not accept them without a struggle.
Tie publication ot the psper itself will
be Uoked tcr with interest. London
Defects in Works of Genius.
I have thought an interesting and In
structive cjsay miht be written on ;he
defeers in t ie celebrated works of geni
us. Not for the mere purpose of point
ing them out, Heavun forbid! but to
show of how little consequence they are.
One mignt tr.mk such a lesson altogether
trite and unnecessary ; but every once in
a while the community is suHjest to the
d.surbaaceof sjnie no:sy tyio who hai
found "defects" in Dante, orShakspeare,
or Milton or Jl.chaei Angelo, or Raph
ael, or some o:her mu no: so famous,
but whose artistic personality tae world
likes, and likes for good reasons. Tut"
fact is, that there are few or no perfect
wvrks of art; and tne granJer the work
in physical and spiritual dimensions, and
in its impression upon mankind, the
more apt are defects to show themselves.
In a sense, surely, the mighiies: creation
we know anything about the thing that
we call Creation itself is full of and
loaded down with defects. Minds that
dwell unddly upon the defects, great or
smaJl. .n works of art, bitray thereby
their own narrowness anri lack of power.
The successive generations o; gentle and
discriminative su!s that we call "the
world" find no stumbling block in the
defects ot geniu. and take no interest
in those o: ia-docr.:v. Ssribaer.
It is only the shallow critic who mis
takes the meaning of the phrase origi
nal, and is forever detecting quotation
or plagiarism. There are more parallel
passages, and there is less plagiarism, in
the worll than mest persons dream of.
Tne -simple fact is, that ail truth is one;
whoever has the genius to break through
the shells of things and make his way
into their Terv center and heart, brings
back the same report as his deep-seeing
neighbor. Tne character of the report
varies with the individual: but some
times it happens to rarj little or not at
ail from his neighbor's story, and then
comes the unwise critic with his charge
of larceny.-The 0d Cabinet; Seribner
Two bills lately tignei by the Govern
or of Montana, authorize the people of
that Territory to Tote April 3, on propo
sitions to give the "Northern Pacific Rail
road a subsidy ot $3,000,000, and the
Utah 2sorthern Narrow-Gauge Railroad
a subsidy of $1,.-K0,000. The New Tork
Eicnir. Pest says in this connection :
"These are liberal gifts from a Territory.
which, according to the census cf 1870,
had a population of 20,595, exclusive ot
tribal Indians, and In which tbo total
Tales of real and personal pmoerty vaj
firea it fllSajJM." "
Eeliee of aa Andcat City ia 'w
Madrid Ceuntv, Missouri.
J Ospt. Wniuly baa juit ratarnrd frem
Nw Madrid untT with over IGOmore
specimens of pottary aad relics of t'te
t nre-LUtorie raiidaats cf Missouri, which
will be cl&iaiiifcd aad added to the Cen
tennial co'lvctios. Capt. Wtiuly and
the party who accompanied him have
traced the remains of a former extensive
city, which show the videnee of hav
ing biea deaaely populated. The city
was surrounded by fortification the
embank menu with covered ways con
necting the oatworks of which hava bea
traced for several miles. The remains
of mounds, terviag cither for outlooka
to watch an eaemy, or t cemeteries for
the bur si of the dad. in which arc
fooad skelttoni, associated with drink
ing vessels, and also found distributed
about the area of this aidant encamp
ment. The indubitable traces of the
dwellings, streets, and avenues, wert
also traced over large portions if the
grounds, the propar survey of which
would doubtk-u tend to threw new liht
on the origin of tcese paople. Tb
bouaes were quite snail, from 8 to 12
iet m diameter, and located about 10
feet apart. Tney existed in regular rows,
with streets and avenue running through
tie city at right angle and at prop.
distaneoa apart. The foundations cf the
dwiiiioga, if not ths entire structure,
were made of a kind fcf adobe brick, of
a r&d cyler like medera br.ok, but o.
co&rwr material. The brick, specimen
of whish were brought up here by Capi
Whitely, have traaaverse holes passics
through, supcossd by some to act is ven
tilators to the dwellings, aa, the brick
beitg laid flatwiie ia the wall, the sides
of the housi would be thereby pierced
with a multitude of holes for tne admis
ioa of the outside air.
Another aad more probable theory is,
that the bricks in a malleable state were
pieroed with rouad sucks for the more
readily h&ndliag and burning, and the
ticks having burned oat, leave the im
picdaion of their form, in the shape of a
hole. The sites ot these accisut habita
t.ona are plainly olerrved by a sunker
depreuloa of several feet in the ground,
leaving e? ideaice like that seen in the
aits of the demolished habitations fre
quently met with in the country ia mod
em times. At first aight of theae habita
tions, the observer might be led to be
lieve that thcaa anciant people lived ia
cellars and built their houses under
ground ; bat this impreaaiaa will vanii.
on relectiag that the accumulated debru
of ages has eatombod the dwelliag
beneath the surface. Beside, on one
tide of the actieat city, there is still a
lake or marsh, whish at teas remote
period may have oer lowed its baaka
submerging portioas cf the site of tin
ancient city losg after its extinction,
and added its deposits to the accuau
Ia'iog debris. The site of the city i
now eovwed with trees, snoitlj oak, ot
aa aacient grewth, showiagr that tUou
saads of years have rolled roaod before
the haaai work of theee early Miseocriasi
was exhumed for exaisitien. at the Ca
tennial. The pottery brought up here
this time by the indefatigable antiquar
ian, so e cf which was takea out oc
Saturday lait, consists largely of driak-ing-cupe,
cahnary utensils, aad bottles
of a goure-ahapc. There are also rud
trowels and tools used for fashioning
ir.d ornamenting the pottery, aad whet
stones for bbarpeaicg the stone axe, and
other instrcmeata in use. But the faa
tastic character of the ornamentation c:
the vessels is what strikes every one with ;
surprise. There are very accurate fig
urea of fish, frogs, hedgehogs, and such
animals as existed at the time; beside,
among the leathered tnbt are the goose,
daek, owl, bawk, aad probably the
rooster from his coma.
There sre miniature basts ef male
heads carved out of elay, representing a
type cf face more resembling the ancient
Altec race than the modem Amerieas
Indian; but further aad more careful in
quiry is neccs-ary before coming to any
conclusion oa this point whicn would
tnd to settle the origin of these early
builders and tax-payers cf the State.
Si. Levi Republican, Feb. IS.
"V ho ever paased the tomb of Abeliird
and Heloise, in the ground ml Pere li
Chulte, without a Lsart-swell! Tnere h
no deep lore without an element cf
fr 1 mnitr. It mores through the sou!
a if it were an inspiration of God, and
carries with it something of the awe acd
shadow of eternity. 'Beecher.
ing Alfonso his left the question a?
to the return of Queen Isabella to the
Ministry. The latter have not vet
reached a determination in the matter.
The Republican State Central Com
mittee of Illinois, have fixed Spring
field as the place, and May 24th as the
date cf the next Republics State
Another fatal balloon ascensicn has
ceen made at P-aria, the balloon suddenly
tailing from height of 1003 feet. All
the aercsauts wire fi:her lsjorel or
TIIK XLIVth CONGRESS.
Srorz Thuniay. Jtt H. si:or Cnp:
itr".eI a a . io ,r d r a ta c -t
, rsp;or.a " s -pr-k ia Is T r itr ji 'of
lr fa j r recr-i oicm ': vt Ter
U'f rp r ti! k . 3.-di tae tt u icnu
i Cw ra i"o lk Isf't . . tcai
c-ri erst ce f tse b tonfr i c txe--r
Is lni cl o cr I .a rrrron eijn
l'cl- & t, Ctr.rtv f.-r c tsti-hai'c. '
r tsai cus ttl bftsd i.i'ri! IidU; A
Z. 'r. t: n fJTTg ;at lZ.e b 1 c i ;..i
! ta B i. Hti. Aatada" t rrjrc(. aa3
: ft".. it re'r-ti : llrc mat t i-s Ia.u
Afi'n ccit r a. 'li, a cor cvt ce taat
ooa x thr pcsiixi,; (h . 'lpi ?, a
woe:C i. 'te Tb' ! coilr tit S..LU.TJ
Hori Tl re-olc .oe iX li- haikar. cvr
&s of :a ombic;:: u Tie IK l" of i . l-Ej
(li. rmacri' sr L e aml'ltt :o m -i i
;r: la innratlair !- ::mt p :o& mil ta
Si i t ;b? D;-ne:. tp -4 A Mil -j
:rorfc'ia i- :b ia-vc r. of t l"-'trj s
wiilu'kilU'ir.iiilril rr-d ir ta oxaatit
MOZ. JldlC XTT V- W KiLinpvlirdinii
runilo- iSf rotrs vt p,-o l-4 ' a yw
Tjra t ap Tra-,.-'i..loa AoU:;n 'o ca
a el ca oa o tor; c- 'o urnii tc' rw
a'a'othrp rLpor.a 1 c r'trr4. a ar
4 csion re i Itc lo cx'r5rc" -n pab. c
a' c.lci a c tc-iir-d br it.-. Vo; o: ia?
vsai:o fa ;e Btt .iis; rt;orac bu.
'' r ea-'oza oa tc iitZMit.r, pprp-UilB
;5.0,ao jcr he parpotf. tr.i u a& )
ti, nj qi n; itir imout fMO.ft-e Tr
ialt if Sr U Lt litrua- :ej3i b Li
SajI if Ir. Vr ? pr. SB '. Ipcrcbel la & aC2
tere icidr fc M r I'he.pf. M(pavc Hlc
ilia: G:i d. tl: : Li muc: o:i cf roe
ijkcee acd rpe wre adopted a t srcMl.
FxxT -Frd4; Ft 2j Tsa tnat pr
'ird'C uttifc i -Idr ratjoa of :br bl'i r a-jredof
ac Sn tc o"8o.l.. o asend I aeu of Jutf
t, f'o. at.u Jii.s 17 . to aru.or i ire n.rat.4
:u' xt ca iiZix deb' It pr.r:d lajt &,av
xni x hi.f cr col hw it as i f an us r t j-
'co ead of 1 ft c. a:.d :cr ate br unmet in
30. J A'tcr OBr d bite ta Ww Saaai
j. 31 m. i Lit r M-r?Li of V ntcal.
I'b l e 1135 'l e' on lie .utt tsry H r Olalm,
r rtt Ui-i t 03 ia b 1 ' iU int ta
. ivcie t o' Ca a f of! er -f tt, rvo,B
t out; a:a:T arc duwr aa.1 c ..;-' n of u ow
r.t dial la tbe r i em, and I u ta Sa at t
;. r4 r tur a..i m; Uaata all
Kr iaa a, tp. ra n t our f .- r taapurt of ar
ai.l. xy aei tsj'trthr itcai er sai;Ju:r
14. l:. AfUr t h k,' e rca;c a rt.'ra. e
t &a iff h-o' Ir b c 'Itarj .udtDT
tae Sst" v j arce atl M-Biti lia iw al-
B l a I'O- o. ar'li
Kocs , M.r. Kaetofr frum 'biOt.ttnt-i.B
0.. 'lex on ')- bl.1 to fav t at- real a MJ b'.EtU
"t th Mitr c if Claoi'a taaii a n:(.t Vx.
-raa. Jroai t'eCam -v c T t ASa.r.
rvporld aasa, tb-c :r f;.ci' f.i. aa taat
o mltte- bjr t. & i-pa ttnit!n (h.ik
to den. r htu-. . raer caa M a r!r t Ka.a-.i,
m.'M tn iiiut. i!ic ttC HAd C avaa !
e- rrepoadeiic a e:dr4 pr- st mi rtlr -r
bici . h to2!BiJI'e kr s tfi.r roa-'ri-rilltaa.
i bv Ei:- rat t.to I oxl.; of :a. Ta. le oc
Ue ;riT ti.f c.lir ccd af rr patting a aajubar
vf oi..a, rsac aad a, jo-rntd.
5BSATE MoiJii. Ftt A. S t'of Jocat ir--Elil
the crCccta of h. c..cj;ia Wa
-Earoc, to be L 5d M t- rata or I' .-B Nei4U
for .;i Ar. 'rt ra Mircb . 13 Ur. aaarua
ut t5i 01 b ; ti m a aator 'A t j.bt. froa lb
est t.a ia C m. ""err c -nC rvtraacaiaaa ,
reported i rab j oa ta Saa. bi. (x a !
mUty o. tbe 1 ti.iicB of ia I al ed v e. R--aiataa.-
err,vr'a.k".d Cy i nf ( ailac '
luc t ork tasubtr f C a:atrteta rvaatiua
io NtUO-ii rtsat.ee AcBairr?ar clpreLaa
1 rt.U.i ' oai the e- ram lie o" ia ."tV uai
Womc -CrA. Avwli'..i, aa ac taat va
' rata nf L a- b pro!c-d a airrclalsg ta
ot le ft.tc.ee . -! alur Srtrrraaa y.mu aa
a;titlo& rm lb ai-s3b '! rXr nrd Oa
c:if. retsos l-aliur vr.ak .a paatfta
jt.i-c bui iu rru fr..it I- 4a ..u.tj af .a
l;illi it'.. Tbc t;e t splia re J fur
the acu. a-. on ot Co.orw a a SU'i la o ttf
Celcn Atttr fo-ue d.ic-t& f. b.u pita-
7 l.9 Senile re.ctsed itc co d-ratio a of t
Ji.t'a Aca-emy apprvprla wc all . Ta
padl' c atuetdaitE' a isa fo taraa'ltao
kty fct ;role-o- to' leiul- of "TUa. $ JCtf aa
sJirr-i . til 27, nil 11 JT.-: bir
iai:dnit..a were col drrtd. and aitvr a Soa
u.tttJn tae Mu west a'u BXecaUTa tat
si c acd la-a adjosmed.
HtVB Tae -p- attr pra acted a conrnco
I os .ro.u ta AliorueT u tera. a: rcpua a
rni!i Ion i Seitl r Mr tAnl, cil czioraccx-l-
axat.on of lu odr c rria 4 to lb laao&
of accaiapt eef u ta- wSUij pro-CB'iou. Ta
Atlrc i ur. t e 'bat ..tractioa aa a
ard wcr oa &!; iu o Eirrrat o- atid irar.
of a a riLjr3i-.l- airr-c; icde, ud aa! at
iceae la-trncttLrn rat .a to uatler now la pro
jrea-. ta Uo.ia wed r-adi j the p.-oprl-j
jt l haOiCiiS pt-c:. a or cat. s re .Luj uf
.on::, fc iia .' OTr tbe tOf n J.ct
:tr a taaoaiai . aj re erred to tee Jn lcarj
.'KCl Uf Mr S'iec, f u;b 'b coaiai 'l m.
fjrtl.e tft :. fet'led a revnu'toa tattacucz
aejuWirj ccaaic!l mi l. .tq.l.-e fart e. law
be cocaapct oc cf th Li tl -:e MlLi-tcr ta
ae Cocrt of at. Jra . w t tae ttmsa X.t-e.
ra lea. w ta jo(r t ad ror i:aia ttd papyri
tae wl . to il. dirti Ui cslta t tb
LLder tht ex'.l of ?tata rce fonowlaz y.IU
ere ittro-i ced Aa'Sor.air j paysieal Uj tie
axaentorof U-urj Hil,o5. a ViC- P ea deat,
bears aut vqia. to le aa a-j of iLe T.tc Prta.
dot 'er tae & xp red lort.n of -t trai for
o'abbeota c r3, o lo -9 e ta; pvwr
ca daite of cSUrs of tbi ttercn reTcae. to
tor aer prxr ia ur i.e frber co.t-ctioo ui ttx
oa ctaU.ie-4 p tlla t. nr.p lfr la ex ta'.la; la
BpolB du v- on lap.."-- at.d to redatw tbr
ratca berro?, ' re-lcr ae dctj oa 'ex tad orf
re. are to rUr;e tbe Irte li-:. tub- riate: pay
jiert f r a., extron e'4 alter 1. to refaa.
be act for r- asptiet. of ajr e.e pa zseal kj Mr
(J. Tar, .o rtta- .ae act s re.ercace io tr.
Cioxat lor 5rt a .r cola eLai, t a l;a
'eadar. x&tl to eaa-t a r fcUta'. to r 'r tfa
,-n. osprr. rgr c ract.t WB!4itUuiru at
se ol proprrtr car aette artr by Xr. Tafia,
Vr Bolclr Ufii td !ar Xitt 1 t Coijl at ta
tapurt. f jr ;t protectUis of ajrira tare frort ta
njir rf -s-cct; drcarcc tbe bi&ck tiLi
oi tots, io Blloa aid ltiem-x,t, to ictBkbwna
:tia?ui?f rexpace lacarrtd 4a tec Lh fa
st I oc. btr.n tl vert iLtrodsctd ralatlfif
-o tbe ta.ej.-a, a. Adjoar: d.
SfxTT-a'dai. TtS. Toe ta! laid he
f r "be aetata a niea-' frora ae Prldea-J
ecjoirg troBQi: ratios ''ora tbe ;er-irf o
,u Icti r In regard o dtScrLCiea !& ra pl.e
: tbe Ke-C.oad Atcrcy la Nebruti.r,d rec
oa:need:Db . a; forit urura i-e tXen oa tec
tlaiate- tabtni ted by 'be secretary 'o tappry
aca dedcuac . etor sertaan. froa tb
oaias tte" oa ssaca rco'tet ad'rr y oa tb
4 I 'o arc-c J rt-n-ed ta a e prUu'ar A'Haa:
Diaa to orsc r- w. a opiLa of tTlj .bocaaa
:j 1 r ic t.wo- lrtpc :e of po?zat oa Tbc
ecite tcok cp ii ta.i ar arjuietay approyria
b Ml. -eTrra! aaeadjnrata e.e agreed t.
xad tbe M' j pa C On raot u: of 5exa:or
W-g-t. 'he .-esa-.e took e be b! dcJr:az tae
ree Jteit tad a xu.lz tf tk' Unls Pa-Uc
riallrad act. apprnTed Ja - 1, 15-3; Ja j Z 14,
xzC Juyi. & Peed cr i -nj'oa oc taa b 1
"it - sir- -aeat latotica le e:loa.
Hoce. Tbe Spsk a.d Vtf re tte Hosae a
2e-n: l-tn t.e Pre d-ct arjlrc ttrf- ac ity
f ta lata diarc . p-opria.t,tic to ppl tbe ?"e-i-.e'rr
tbe Rrd C.cad lid aa AtccT. Re
'rrrd to tbe ro;a:5:tee on appropria'Joc. Mr.
a.fr. itza tbe ecrass'ttee .x. ;t;bbc aad, re
pored a hi 1 to an-td au a"t to a; e-ra; ti
rrowtb of tloser oa Wefers pralr e. acd alo a
i ii nk jsiV'-j I t:r-e- cs tar. Tte Wos
went tat i coaiajtrte of ae wbo.a on tte b.i
art cd rjtk pt.os lw, crart:rr paljc V-
-oM'.ft oft: 5 ta e,ce:' -'O teczoi.ibe aoi,oa
-trlae est tic e't oa re-'enaz to lae pete'.oa
ol tb nir alrJc'ten tierefrota aa aexxast of
r.. oya'tj. Tce u tae d3los oa tb
ar ioa. " Xr. E-t r rx d a rj lary? aracsst of
a-r a; tc deperdeii or t;e bi 1 that fbe orl?iaaI
c-t;rtuVf a as ascaai paisec cf $x.l7VX0. By
lje pecaliar p'a.'a-olocy oi tte b 11 aw&onrvtd
'a t -e Mtxlcaa war or lad aa war ocld be pts
5ot.er. Alter aa aatauted tad protracted di
cstoa t!e cosa tte roe. aad tte H&a or
c tie bill rrc.aa.tted. 31 r. Lsrre't c5ered
a rtACt.ot; dc ar-EC li,t '2 -e o'alcrs of I've
Hote he zc kixtj oi the Tmr-arr aacrald at
oxer ecaa nc the J-ae of f rrrr enc a-caas--
ed a tte Trtaarr af a tabtitt:ie fcr trades!
SaTraTa TrGiiiGY. JfcrtA t. SraJor Srr
Ucs.B5Tes. Ljb the acricsitartl eosBeiriJ.
reporvi adTeraely oa Sesate WJ prorlcats r
iTestla"loa a to b- fcibL'a cf srah9?3.
sad th bi 1 wv tadeiaite j poetporrd Be re
rorted lr"5a The tse eoaatttea aronbly oa
;jes.a:e b 1 for the prctedos if irrScs tare
nrct tnjarca ircu. nth aaesdtaeat.
alca ordered to t- pr'strd xz4. p acedpa
be calendar. Sattor AJors latrclse2d a bfil
approptriatla': tZ 5O(T0 for r?aii-az tbe vif1-lpp;iTe-.
&r. R-Jerr;. Afer Ma ifxZi.
th- e te p-e! wl-ao aneadaeal Hoc fcl-t
apprrpr atli ; T 0 'CO Zat Ite pa chJ.-f aateR 1
a-d'he cist aatl -s of IV: tot, ca tt-cxtf-a
ac aad vox nSL'z at tt- Lc". Tht Jcate
prvCided la cm e-the r '!: ! 'Ir ad
a cs ef Pl-i'ihaci aa e-icr froa IVcrsi-taaa.
Te.ar,a. hrzazoTt TnsS: i AUaca cf
Iowa vottc fcr uktEj p the ifo'.t'Jat. MtSsrt
i tpcalar cf the eatarica th Sesa- art ts
czeauva aawgtaa ar torn afur aljciraaa.
a ftafx-fM ta
I trs''tsr la' rr ews-aJt- V 'tifrr
ttt )fV tk9 . ri-T '. t 3
;l: tr lttr?!' ms t y V a4 tA
rirpn lv T R -tCw -. tt
i g U " htt nts. 1.-- -i o ; t xm! r
rt. t-1 oa 3 'h ' rte b v rr i4 '"
i r.t. Aip H U Ilt4'j Itv SCl-
l -!, r 2jb t . -: UiN r 5s: . V e
. r! oi IV Trr '-4 t l. -kr
rt - c'ttr- e v l xni l list, ' Pta-
a O terli. xt t V ii a-
j rsiUB. e .!-. to e a : ie (h-r.aatr rkK
eo tie r-r? ' ! i p M
r.eb ct:r i;'.tf Lb 4-i t-. rf4. Mw.
Siii b f-ea It '& r "t Ksl
t tl f!" ISirt "4tT ! ir I r !"'
Mcr -f rpKt of rt.ri cii - jtr4
Eagliah sad Centennial Nvipr.
The Ear''H 3wppr !. rH
Mned wiia cfruic pca!rt: f the
BririOi ati'C!al catr-e'er ktv produced
verv curious :xe of kf ,r Hr It
n iliutratioa: There -rtvlr pr
a t'aj itbfut on- rr mve tirma aWatt
Ijirjfr of trttia in M:e happv rcira
if I'fr Eritanrt'c Mj-'y. Tb- ar
papri racDtt'a acch f.vt w!t ia ria'P
vhere tby ctri rot ho'r ft mir U tl
vca then lh itatrsmt i inrn'r la
Vw wordi a; posb, in aw.!l type,
vr.eihcrt-in an rtt-f tnt-wiv ooirt
f the ppr. TH- thciv f Kg"th
Mltn, v ajnirxVy Ojru'a'c nes
iaj I. j Mr. IVl&re. of th- Tiwt. ii that
"ttditic ru"j m'irh !rt tt l-elin
-l what i io b- pit info ihc piPsr thn
the jUcnon of whaf ii to Veft ot.M
Gaplaiiaat fac'j l.- c't aJarvatJcn
arr, ic sccrdaaacw ;tfc tvU ihw-r, to
ie a:pt out o! tlr ypt On tar nUir
hr.. ih-r arc oth.r aKrct Vieh act
aU .;' it's oJiUar ! ne" a'ct of wnttn
ltd hu pub i "f rr.- i-r. i retr-intr
raat. a few j?ar? a-o, Qcm Vietoriw,
iavxn-UJ to favin t"e popularity fh)
had bt-fun to l-a hy h r 'aia. and
to iKurc the P.ir.itrneRTiry r-Jc of freh
mocoy Ki.owarjc-s o oma of licr
eLildrtc, rciu!vi '. lit: a a inv- :hront;h
Victoria Prk, a prk f tha ommoo
pcopla. 7eII, s.'! t Kaj ih nuT
rwsptrs toaad it p-aaib! to print daily
evral colutno on this ael j?ct for Kont
a fiftxiaf&t t'efure th drive took place
.nd for a frtciat after.
Oa tbe Qiatinat, th: ord-r t tt.isr
son iaj Lava l-rn qi'a rcTNu't). A aitni
ar drive of an Eir. jxi r or a kinr would
b&t- been nticrd in a coup! of la-e,
while o.ie of turv-tion wU! kvo
ltoc recorded in c.anm upoa rliifj;
atid, iKrIorc i dojnn uf foeh cue jru!d
have tnken pc-, the nwpp-r iniffta
save bmht on a rero!uto aad axel
the who;! Government machine.- Yu
Miiton D. Mi ln, jr at teller of the
First Xationa! 15-iik.ot iTetSrid, Mr..,
ha? U.en htld in ht-nvy Nnda for oat
Irfilement nd fi'wy oa two rfraft el
t,zr,0 acd 5.0&0. He tttcwptrd to
regotiate thim at riifli rent jaii'aos, g&t
ticg 2C0 nt a Iwnk: ia l-nvrr.
The 5an Qutr'.ia wrrK'op ia the
State Prison, California, werp hurnad on
he evening of Fb. 2-Sth. The estima
ted lo is about 7(V,u00 no ictcrance.
Great txciJemcat prevailed luiob the
prisoner, tut all wcie uved. The
but'dmi; is rup!otl to iiTe b-c tet
on rt- by the pruroccrs in the attic iu
the pajtt drptrtuint.
On tbe 25th cf February, at But
WhiteUnd, Pa., a man i.iaoi Stirling
hot ht wile aa. then kiile-d hitu.el
Tne mama::- of Jir. J iae Gordon
Bssnett to Mm Ii'a ifty of l)itn. it
ia announce! will tike place a :h ISta
af April, in Gd.cc Charc'i. iistfc
Foar -frvt f co-tea . .
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"ora -Waaiera mixed ...k.
OiU-tiirt !; .a
Beerea CacrX . . . .
2tep Gd to ebet'e .
Ba ter- Cba'rf to j ertaw
F oar-Wfcite wzA'
pr!X Xt.-a . .
Wbent bpnaj 'o. 2
Cora So. 5 . .
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Sariey o. 2
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ut ft a;
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-7aJr to chsrtea .
air Fall II ..
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