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Postville Review (Newspaper) - September 9, 1874, Postville, Iowa REVIEW PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT Allamakee BV F. M. EDITOR AND per Annum in ADVERTISING One Inch a THE POSTVILLE REVIEW 9 F. M. WE MAKE NO CLAIM TO HONORS ONLY AS WE WIN Editor and Published Erery Wednesday per in Office in the Comstock The First Corner Strath of Stevenson's New Brick JOB PRINTING In its Branches Neatly and Promptly executed on reasonable VOLUME Local Ten Cents a each - Legal Advertising at legal Dollar per for the first and Fifty Cents for each five lines or 1 iro Dollars per each One r * Advance payment required on transient Notice of Deaths and Marriages inserted ty Advertisements ordered discontinued before expiration of will bo charged according to the All advertisements THE The East. The State Committee of New York liquor 1/ave resolved to hold their state at Albany the of September Rev. S. of the Prospect Presbyterian Jersey was Hued by the Poormaster to compel him to maintain the child of the late Mies The for the prosecution endeavored to have the statement of 3Iiss made just before her admitted as and failing with that withdrew the Glendenning is to be proceeded against on charges of seduction and each of The annual festival of the Bavarians of New York city convened the 30th continuing three Members of the societies we're clad in costumes of their native Simon of the well-known dealer in chronometers and died aged 80 He graduated at West Point in 1815, and after one year's service as Third Lieutenant resign ed. The Guardian says 859 industriously engaged at the Grant Locomotive upon the speedy thorough execution of the order of a railroad company for the construction of the fifty-five locomotives thoy now have under The expedition has returned to hating marched about one thousand The command is iu splendid A mas named while walking on the railroad track near on the night of the 29th was attacked by three who robbed him of and tied him to the rails with a leaving him iu that Before he could untie himself a passing train severed a leg from his body and otherwise injured him so severely that death The Eureka hair works at Ssu were 30th ult. Gen. John F. having declined the appointment to bo Maj. Gen. of the California Maj. Dovitt C. who a California battalion in the and is of the National Gold Bank at San i has accepted the of Mich. 114 died Aug. 26th. She was of Trench and came to Saginaw from Canada three years She preserved her mental faculties to a remarkable degree tip to the day of her The of has begun a libel suit against the New York World claiming damages in fifty thousand acting mayor of St. sojourning with his family at recently assaulted the proprietor of the Park at for an alleged insult to The hot-blooded was placed under 63,000 bonds for assault with intent to having drawn a pistol in the - There are twenty-three counties in Virginia that grant no license to sell Harrison county has had no license for fourteen years The Democratic state convention of Missouri nominated H. Hardin for The Delaware Democratic State Convention met at Aug. 27, and nominated J. P. Cochrane for - Elias Judge of the City Court at was recently arrested on a charge of aiding the escape of a Several citizens of Eufalia have been chai gcd with violation of the enforcement act. negroes are said to be organizing at and a war of extermination is It is understood that Congressmen Morey and of aud of who go from Washington to Long will endeavor to persuade the President to order troops into those states for tie purpose of influencing the next They accompanied by Attorney Genera who is prepared to give the whole weight his office and personal influence ti its Thore are reasons for ' the appeal will not be received ith a The new administration journal to be started m Now declines to go into the which it could only do by Express for The proprietors think they can hi vest the in & of their the press The new United States now in cess of will not bo ready for distribu lion till after December 1. pressing upon Spain a settlement of the and the Spanish minister of foreign agrees shall settled immediately under certain Spanish column numbering 2.000 men fell into an at wore cut to pieces or captured by the The Cuban army capture 1 a quantify of arms in Santa and increased its own numbers 500 well-armed King prorogued the Assembly Aug. special commission has appointed to collect and forward to the Philadelphia International objects illustrative of the products of the soil of the Hawaiian Etna is in a state of eruption and streams of lava are pouring three have Ween sent to the increase of brigandage Courts martial have been established for prompt punishment of McMahon has signed a decree ordering elections to be held iu two on the 4th of October to fil in the National ger. candidate for the Assembly in the in an avows his \o Imperialism ' and the Bonapart ALLAMAKEE SEPTEMBER 9, 1874. An for Job Work or Advertising NUMBER 27. | M * PUBLIC DEBT The following is the of the public debt for the month of Fix per Sive per 511,025,200 Total coin Lawful money Matured Legal tender Certificates of Fractional Coin 2,578.440 3s2,076,G!17 58.790.000 45.707.fi75 29,141.200 58.090,000 Total without Tofal 2.257.215.203 Total 29.35fi.511 Cash in 81,08.1.928 1(1,019,232 Special deposits held for redemption of certificates of deposit as provided by Total iu Debt less cash in Decrease Bonds issued to Pacific interest payable iu lawful Principal t paid by United by transportation of of interest paid by U. S 2.140.178.(14 1.628,760 21,325,39G 5.388,G92 18,930,704 The recent shows that the non-German inhabitants of the Empire number 3,240,000, or 8 per cent. They consist of 220,000 French-speaking people in 10,000 French aud in the Ehine 2,450,000 150,000 150,000 Danes in North 88,000 Wends in Brandenburg and and 52,000 in 50,000 Moravians and Czechs in and 80,000 The Protestant clergy numbers 16,000, while the Roman Catholics have 20,000 monasteries and twenty five and three Vicars Of the twenty-one Berlin heads the list with 3,573 Leipsic standing next with 2,032, Rostock with 135, being the THE A large meeting of was held in Tompkins New on the 31st to protest against the breaking up of the meeting in the square last and the arrest and imprisonment of Christian Meyer on a charge of assaulting a police It was an orderly John S. was the chief The resolutions hold Mayor Havemeyer personally responsible for the outrage of the 13th of demand the immediate removal of Matsell and Duryea from the Police Commission and say the rottenness of our financial and the corruption and neglect of our governing threaten to this coming the heart-rending scenes of misery aud starvation still fresh in the memory of Therefore personal vigilance has become the duty of THE Additional correspondence between the British Government and its representative at Madrid concerning the outrage is Mr. British Charge writes to July that the Spanish Government appeals to England to defer pressing a settlement of her claims on account of negotiations pending with the United Spain will be hampered m dealing with the latter power if the American Government is able to cite as a precedent the payment of indemnity to Lord Derby July 17, demanding that a settlement be made by a fixed aud not too distant Mr. MacDonell telegraphs to Lord Aug. 7, that Senor the Spanish Minister of Foreign agrees that the indemnity shall be settled immediately under certain ANN ELIZA A Application has been made by Ann Eliza Young to the third district court of for divorce from Brigham Her application states that she was married to Brigham April 0, 1808; that for a period of about one year after their marriage Brigham Young lived and cohabited with but after that time he treated her with neglect and and pursued towards her a systematic course of cruel and inhuman ending in absolute desertion of that she believes a reasonable sum for services of counsel in this and that per month is a reasonable amount for the support of herself and The answer filed with the clerk of the district court by Brigham Young denies that they were Earned bat only He says he is worth but 8000,000, and his income only 30,000 2'er that his family consists of 03 all dependent upon and prays that the suit be TENNESSEE The negroes at Gibson recently threatened a riot on account of some supposed wrong done and manifested a strong desire to kill two or three and fire aud uack the Sixteen ringleaders arrested and taken to and placed in jail for safe About one o'clock on the morning of August 25, between 75 and 100 masked men entered the rede up to the and compelled the sheriff to deliver the They then took the sixteen negroes from Four were killed aud two mortally mounded at the edge of the They then rode off with the other and are supposed to have killed Nothing has been heard from them since they Considerable excitement exists among the negroes and the whites taking defensive steps in case of any RAILWAY DIFFICULTY IN A spec of war lias urisen at m consequence of the Erie ami Niagara branch of I he Canada Southern Railway commencing the work of constructing approaches to the Suspension Bridge over lands owned by the Great Western The latter claim that they have leased the at a rental of a year for ninety-nine and demand of the Canada Southern Railroad an equivalent for the use of the which the latter to on the ground that the courts decided the to be a public The Great Western road had blockaded other road with and thus far the demonstrations against its em ployes have been mainly confined to occasional scaldings when they approached too Meanwhile the sheriff of Ontario county has summoned a to be on hand and pre serve the peace iu case of a collision between the two BRITISH POSTAL The interesting figures are given by the Postmaster General of in a recently published official The Icr amounted to which an of over tho previous time being only f Urns no less Thoic aro 42.000 persons iu thu depart of whom many are women this number including 12,500 9,000 and about 20,000 The number of post in the Kingdom is 12 500, besides 9 0,10 road whereas years a to Hie whole number or receiving houses of ail was only 1,500. The c x let number of letters which the department in 1873 was about 907.CO!','i''iO. In addition to these were 72,1'l'iJ.HCO 529,0i"!0,U-'f! of and 125.000,000 of or a of 1.233,000,000 of- articles All these show an tbc ol the previous except the postal which have diminished about live per ei The postal rates in the United States are about the same as in GENERAL BUTLER'S The Boston Journal of Monday Gen. Butler will soon be obliged to take his coat off aud look after the chances of his re-election in the Sixth A formidable opposition has aud General William Cogswell is the chosen champion of those who do not the present We understand that General Cogswell has consented io and his friends will seek to secure him the nomination of the can many claims ol the new candidate will rally tn his hundreds who have much active part in politics for some while not a few friends of General who have been active in liis are it is to go in for General Cogswell with a THE These Baptist Quakers still continue to arrive at Castle Garden in small principally from 5,000 have departed for Dakota and other points in the West within the past two It is expected that about 00,000 will to military imposed upon by the of They are reported to bo a comely ard virtuous set of and quite pros in a money point of A I ho nf 500, which deposited in gold the Commissioners of Emigration for safe the last numbering over 600, FIRST SHIPMENT OF WHEAT BY CALIFORNIA The first vessel to loud with wheat by the grangers of is the ship Star of of which completed her cargo and sailed from San Francisco on the 14th of for She received her grain from the Dixon There has been no little rejoicing among the members of that association in the Golden State on the occasion of sending oft pioneer ship of the and they are sanguine of the ultimate success of the Other vessels are to be loaded under the new The Star of Hope is owned by Mr. Samuel G. of OPINIONS OF THE ATTORNEY The Attorney General has decided that the proviso in the Army Appropriation to the effect that only actual traveling expenses shall be allowed any person holding employment or supersedes and cuts off the of to United States marshals as provided in tiie fee The Attorney General also decided that lire military forces of the United Slates may he employed to remove thieves and other unauthorized from Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian lie and had and COOPER'S Judge Bazil of the first white man that settled in the first Judge of and the original character of Cooper's died Aug. 13, 4 o'clock p at the age of 104 years and (i He had no but had worn thread of life completely out passed peacefully to He always been a devout for over seventy years a member of the Methodist He settled on the farm where he died forty-seven years taking his deed from the United THE ENGLISH Arthur intimately associated with Joseph Arch iu his efforts to raise the condition of the agricultural classes in has arrived in country and will make a personal inspection of the most promising sections of the country for The result of his examination of Canada last as a field of was LETTER Ail U. S. Postmasters have instructed that a letter having one full rale of paid thereon must he forwarded to its If any additional postage is due thereon it must noted up to be collected on The postage ship and steamboat letters carried from one port to another on waters is six bnt if delivered at office of four young man who swallowed a says the just He was the sou of a farmer in to whose house he had gone on leaving The post mortem examination showed that he had been poisoned by the oxidation of the Ir is now estimated that about worth of sugar was lost during the flood in Money IIY V. Ill shirt of check and tallowed hair Tho tiddler sits in the bulrush chair Like basket stranded there On the brink of Father He feels the slender Picks out the notes with thumb and And limes the tune with nod and And thinks it a wesry All now he gives tho to the All The jolly tides of laughter fall And ebb in a happy comes the bow on every couple join right hands and As light as any bluebird's wing Swing once and a half times Whirls alary Martin all in gown and stockings And tinted eyes that tell you Danco all to the dancing She flits about big Moses Brown Who holds her hands to keep her down And thinks her hair a golden And his heart turns over His cheek with Man's breath is It gives a second lie means to win the maiden Alas for the awkward Your has crushed my toe I'd lather danco with one-legged clumsy fellow Pass below * And the first pair dance Then Like midges gay in sunbeam Tis Money Musk by merry feet And the Money Musk by quarters round your partner the The rafters The girls and boys have taken wing And have brought their roses Tis six with Ah rarer far Swing to place Than golden clouds of old point lace Then the dance Then clasping hands Kight and All swiftly weave the measured deft cross woof in loving And the Money Musk is done dancers of the rustling Good sweet 'tis growing Good night for aye to Money For the heavy march begun We ought to tell said Mrs It's our said Mrs. said Mrs. can't see why we should bother People never get any thanks for interfering between man and I don't want said Mrs. think of If Mr. I was away I should think any one very best friend who let me know about it. To have a creature like that stealing husband's affections and other women keeping their mouths why its awful would be winking at my said Mrs. said Mrs. I've often thought all that show or affection didn't amount to said Mrs. Martin never kisses me when he comes home to I've seen Mr. and Willis do it right on the front and then call her so All And to see her set up by it And dear husband thinks dear husband aud dear husband likes me to wear and all that was made much of in the Nou sense I've often said to there'll be a waking up for Mrs. said Mrs. now you see it has very glad you seem to be of said Mrs. poor soul has been too For my part it always pleases me to see domestic and my advise don't tell It may be some you If it isn't you'll only make her Pride goes before a said Mrs. only an I'm obliged to do the work set even if it humbles go with Mrs. said Mrs. said I in the face of all your that Mr. Willis is too good a and too fond of his deceive her so if it is all true I wash my hands of helping to break that sweet little And if I thought I could talk you out of going I Just wait a week or think about it a Mrs. Martin shook her Mrs. Glenn smiled always shirk anything my she have a nature that impels yon to take life T have been forced to put my shoulder to the wheel too not to do it I've often said Mrs. I revere Glenn for that very They walked out of the Mrs. Bright shrugged her fat couple of old she said and now they must try to make little Eva Willis Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs. Glenn with their husbands at the fashionable establishment of Mrs. Roger and Mrs. Willis lived and all them attended the same the latter pair were peculiarly fond or wera more disposed to show their fondness than but certainly they were known as a model He was a black-whiskered luau of She was a petite little blonde of twenty-two or no man was so so so perfect in her eyes as her no women so to him as his there are a great many women to whom this sort of thing is gall and They cannot bear to see and they break it up if All the flirts in the congregation had tried to do this and had All the whose married lives were spent in spats and squabbles sneered at the happy and declared that this w out last long. Bnt it had lasted for five and not a flaw had been discovered in the conduct of one bright when Mrs. Willis having left home on a visit to her a very pretty young lady arrived at a neighboring and Mr. Mr. no 6een to de- vote himself to her in a way that was positively positively For Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. who took to going about in waterproof cloaks and hoods after had not only seen Mr. Willis take ice cream with this young but were ready to swear that he kissed her at and on more than one occasion was seen to put his arm about her This had gone on for three when Mrs. Willis returned and as the lady was unpacking her trunks in her pretty rooms next the two watchers had determined to inform her of her husband's and no task could have been more pleasant to Dressing in their and armed with parasols and they watched Mr. departure from the house eager and then hastening down almost ran up the steps of the house next anxious to meet the happy face they hoped to change to Mrs. Willis came smiling down stairs to greet you for coming to see me so she does seem as though I'd been away from home a hole Willis says it seems five to yet I've been enjoying myself ever so glad to hear said Mrs. happiness is said Mrs. They spoke so solemnly that Mrs. Willis thought that something unpleasant must have happened to one of one I she said more said Mrs. with a Anything new? said Mrs. said Mrs. are as wicked as and that is as old as Black has been overcharging her for or the chambermaid has et the kiss thought what fine weather we are she added said Mrs. with a little often think of those lines in the Where every prospect Aud only man is ' How vile man is said Mrs. said Mrs. ' I wonder if Mr. Glenn had been flirting with some thought Mrs. have the photographs of all sister Sarah's Mrs. show them to you if you They are pretty Mrs. W said Mrs. but our hearts are very full of serious thoughts just We are flunking too much of evil hearts t care look at innocent children's have come to tell you Mrs. Willis knew was on ner said the unsuspicious woman to but she merely gave a little ww and looked are Mrs. said Mrs. added you don't know yet how very wicked this world said Mrs. said Mrs. what men said Mrs. don't often do asked Mrs. said Mrs. is said Mrs. fear we will agitate you very Mrs. Willis began accident has she saw him leave the house ten minutes far as we Mr. Willis is perfectly safe and said Mrs. I feel it my as a to warn you that you should not have earthly Your one thought appears to be your There are other people to whom terrible things could Idols of clay may easily be said Mrs. thinks of one's own said Mrs. am sure I shall be distressed to hear that anyone has met with a all meet with misfortunes sooner or said Mrs. Glenn again I you think too much of one am not aware that I requested advice en the said Mrs. Willis I scarcely think a woman could love so good a husband too or honor him too said said Mrs. how do you know he is better than any other he is not even untrue to Mrs. Willis started to her feet in dare she said Mrs. have to and will It is our duty to unmask a Mrs. scarlet with remained Mrs. Martin began to look very Mrs. Glenn even dear she believe thai yon ought to know that you arc dreadfully While you have absent your husband has devoted himself to another beautiful arrived immediately after your We have seen him kiss and embrace wo Mrs. said Mrs. sixteen years dark It is quite absurd to think dark men admire light ladies She is as dark as he and said Mrs. Lovely I think she must be It is quite We feel it to be but we found it necessary to do our duty and inform you at Thank said Mrs. in a choked as she covered her face with her she said after a moment's yon will not to repeat this in presence of Mr. Of course you are not afraid to speak the truth before any If you will I will send for I will not be still kept her face but her agitation was evidently I must insist upon your presence she in if I separate from Mr. Willis I shall need you for Wait 1 will send for This was more than the ladies had bargained but retreat was Mrs. Willis left the and re turned with her face hidden in her There was some silence in the and as the time passed on Mrs. Martin to wish herself safely at but Glenn was of firmer stuff and braved the matter out much Half an hour passed then a latchkey way heard in the It Mrs. Willis still concealed her A the steps of two persons crossed the The parlor door and Mr. Willis strode followed by a young very who had been the subject of their pretty and very like Mr. Willis And now Mrs. Willis arose with a face as bright as it had ever been in all their remembrance of its brightness aud turned toward she me to introduce my She has been with grandmother in France until You or do not that Mr. wife was a French and she has just come to As I was absent the hotel was pleasanter for her than the empty and so she has staid there until She is just The ladies thought you quite you are so Adele and I am very glad to have her with Mrs. Glenn so did Mrs. to be said Mrs. of and hurried out of the good motive should atone for a said the brave Mrs. hope you'll bear no at said Mrs. I have been very much But Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. Martin were not I and that very night they quarreled so violently about the each blaming the other as that neither ever spoke to the other Fires at Mr. Henry Chief Engineer of the Baltimore Fire has some statistics showing the number of fires occurring at different hours of the dav and from 180S) to 1873. Out of the 2,099 fires 862 occurred during the day time 6 a. m. to (i p. and 1,237 at The greatest number occurred during the hours between midnight aud and the statistics for each hour show a curious ascending and descending There were 43 fires at 11 a. m. and 43 at 12 p. m. then the number for each hour increased until it reached 91 at 7 p. m. There was a decrease in the hourly number from 7 p. m. until the citizens began to retire to at 10 or 11 At midnight there were one hundred and thirty-eight and this number was almost but not quite equaled each hour until 1a.m., when there were one hundred and t -n Citizens be and to have commenced and from that time until noon of fires decreased hourly until 11 m. The aggregate statistics agree in these indications with the statistics year 1S73. Watchfulness and uc are thus shown to be important in the prevention of and as during the night most people must undo the watchfulness they exert during the firemen and police officers as far as take their in the protection of MILLIONS FOR Where money Went to in HoIch that Swallowed it up - A Waste of FroT the r A writer in the Mining of some very interesting facts the waste of money on Colorado mining enterprises in years He ascertains during the time from to the nominal capital subscribed bv New York alone was about 348,480,000, distributed among the following well known 1.000.000 625,000 1,000.000 500.000 100,000 1.000.000 250,000 5,000.000 80.000 3.000.000 1.200.0119 2,000.000 2.500.000 2.000i000 1,000,000 2.000.000 I 125,000 200.000 000,000 1.000.000 1,00.1.000 1,500.000 3.000.000 5.000,000 Quartz New York Black Gregory Consol. Smith & Kip American Consol. Pink and Pink and arching over thick set with Tink and purple and blue O the perfect summer O the with green leaves gleaming O the roses deep in dost thou tarry Come and bind the spell of Pink and purple slowly Fainter colors Hid iu the insect Tells that night is falling o'er In tho east a star is of thy And the baby's eyes are Come and bind the spell of Pink and purple gone O the perfect summer O the dark arching over thick set 0 the ceaseless O the tender And the love that does not Making all a world of the Aldine General for by other mining Happiness can be made quite as well of cheap materials as of dear A orator is said to have of j a sleeping car attached to his train I 10,000.000 44S.4SO.000 Of this 40 per was paid down in the actual in round the sum of twenty millions of dollars subscribed by New Yorkers had been expended upon up to the year 1806. It is interesting to know what was purchased with all this The property thus acquired is located about as follows 15,000 feet in Gilpin County gold 8,000 feet iu Boulder and Clear Creek and 4,000 feet which can't bo and probably never Iu order to work the ore that was to be produced from these having an aggregate more capacity of 590 tons per and costing not less were and other to employ the various patent processes that were before the public in early at a cost of about * In to improvements iu the way of of has returned from the land of where he penetrated to districts hitherto unvisited by any A was put in an Indiana post office with the folio win the Misses Sally or Jute Tulip ov Terra vigo ko A youthful Pennsylvania about to be chastised by his father the other called for his grandfather to protect him from the Mrs. Mc Richardson is to be married in and Laura j Fair is going to and it is hoped I we never will hear their pretty stories was an old snipe of the Who loved aud butter He poured aud he mixed Till his wits were And carried him home on a It is reported that Rev. Robert Laird of has agreed to preach to the Unitarian congregation and houses - - - 1 1 sn lor one year for upon the were valued ' i 0 J ' at about 814,000,000. The jln l' of New York investors iu ' I'd hate to be in your said a Colorado mines would therefore make woman of the east as she was showing something like the quarreling with a mg: j couldn't get in sarcastically re- j marked the To cash A Cedar being By | dismissed his regular physician and now 1...-jl2.o00.00o j employed a Tile first By mill property 2.000.000 i dose of the caused By permanent to eat at the time 1.......... 14.000,000 - Bv bullion produced An Inventive Newport A good story is told of a young lady whose taste and invention were much greater than her to one of the villa where she knew point lace would be at a and diamonds at a running scale of she set her wits to work to make herself presentable in such gorgeous She had neither point lace nor and what is more to the she had no money to buy much more calico What was to be She did as Cinderella what to the less brilliant mind was by the aid of he fairy Hanging up in he closet was an old white 1, Its next allotted use was to figure in a patchwork but in her dilemma this ghost of a. this phantom from a score or more parties confronted and with it a sudden She took the phantom from its and opened her paint she is an artist of no mean her paint and presently rer the faded surface sprang a delicate tracery of field And the end of her labor was the result that not only Solomon in all his glory was but all the other in their diamonds and The Indians as General Sheridan is reported as saying of Indians as have thought that the idea of employing the Indians as soldiers was a very good and we have employed a number of As scouts they do There is no trouble in their and they so far forget their to their own people as to go freely out to fight them whenever they are called Even Indian soldiers enlisted belonging to different nations that have always been at when they become scouts seem to forget their old hatreds and to work admirably The only case of defection in our Indian scouts has been at Fort a short time where a few but recently enlisted deserted and joined their The Tomb of Gen. According to a southern a student is each day detailed to watch beside the tomb of General the memorial room of the chapel of the Va. He is styled a and his duty is to remain there during the day and receive showing them the proper courtesy and As there tire nearly three hundred students 110 one is on duty more than once a Thus the entire southern through their representatives iu the University are watching at the tomb of and their sons improved iu manner and bearing by the sacred duty they their minds and hearts benefited by thoughts of the noble 3.000.00a I Balance iu the j nch balance was returned by the mines m bnt the cause of the j nre can iu every he correctly to either swindling on the of the venders of the which paid from three to five times the actual or else to and wild management on the part of the agents of the At this late hour the story 011 mv daughter and how do you mcau to to settle myself on your and to Suck was the force of wind during the recent gale near Newburyport that clouds of sand from Island were carried a mile and a half seaward in such volume as to cover the inside of boats passing by to the depth of two A texas dog wagged his tail at the coming of his master into the his is an old and need not be salutary tail struck a lighted lamp 011 We who have lived on the field the knocking it the lamp for know by heart the business shattering on the an explosion of the fraudulent representations made took and the house was de- by sellers to Eastern ty shown by the have themselves very largely to blame in the matter of the incompetent agents who were sent out from the East to manage a business concerning which they were as ignorant as it were possible they could be and of the consequent reckless expenditures of money in costly mills for which there was no and in patent processes of no metallurgical Slowly the country is emerging from the discredit brought on by these failures the same thing is being repeated to-day in a few and interest is again being shown in the working of these valuable but the growth of public opinion A street beggar in New York says the panic has ruined His he have to 83 a but he care so much about but rents had fallen 30 per and he had two houses and three stores even at this reduction A fellow in a western town was fined for kissing a girl against her and the following day the damsel sent him the amount of the fine with a note saying the next time he kissed her he must be less rough about and be careful 10 do it when her father was not According to the Elmira a on the subject is and needs to be i novel question is soon to come before fostered bv every means at our com- j the Frank a A detailed examination of the mines included in the foregoing list will show j a line of properties the value of which it is difficult to and which compare favorably with those of other mineral district in the United The Quartz and Colorado Mining which own respectively 90, 200, and 462 feet on the Burroughs near had extracted from their various claims prior to 1867, about the different claims having been opened at that time to the extent of 3,620 by shafts and These owing to enormous expenses and costly were compelled to cease operations as far back as 1868, since which time they have done little or Camel Raising iu Upon a ranch in on the there is a herd of twenty-six all but two of which were bred and raised in Some veal's ago nine or ten camels were imported into that but of these only two lived to be aud from this pair have been raised twenty-four The men who now have them are who had formerly some experience with camels in They find no difficulty in rearing and can now show twenty-four healthy all of Washoe The camel may now be said to be thoroughly The owners of the herd find it no more difficult to breed and rear them than would be experienced with the same number of goats or The ranch upon which they are kept is sandy and sterile in the yet the animals feast and grow fat on such prickly shrubs and bitter weeds as no other animal could When great said an old as he opened a bottle of is more delightful than the popping of a champagne popping of the unanimously cried the joined a lodge of Knights of Pythias some months and in the process of initiation was so badly that he died iu two or three days At least this is what the widow and she also claims 3100,000 There are in France cities of 15,000 inhabitants which have not a single there are cities of 20,000 which have bnt one and he not a graduate of a medical There is always posted in the arcade of the Paris medical school the names of fifteen or twenty towns or villages which have no and wish Lille is a city with a population of 200,000 it contains only forty-three Roubaix is a city of 70,000 it contains only eight pea pods are far superior to orange peel for throwing the unwary pedestrian off his Here is what happened to a lady in San as described by a paper of that She kicked with both feet as high as a ballet gave a I feminine sat I smoothed down her disordered looked around rose shook herself to see if anything was gave a withering glance at the place where she had and with all the spare blood she had in her went on with her A eldery woman goes to the Paris Morgue every and draws her from her recites a prayer or two in a low tone of then prostrates herself upon the pavement and remains for a few moments absorbed in silent she then rises and convinced that by this process she has resuscitated all the dead bodies iu the Of course the poor old creature is but her madness is of so a type that no one attempts to molest or in- left to themselves their after filling themselves with the coarse herbage of the is to lie aud with in the hot They are used in I While some men packing salt to the mills on the scythes beneath two immense from the lying in the j trees in during a recent some sixty miles Some of j thunder struck the the animals easily pack 1,000 shivering them into many i darted against the which A club called one man was taming and upon ning has been established another man was holding a s It is limited to fifty-two ' snatched the implement from his hands known as the I and hurled it in to the air with a noise bearing the name of a The pre- j resembling that of a buzz landing siding officer is the of it fifty feet The men were rath eland if carries around j startled by the but wero cof the liquid ere grinding which
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