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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 23, 1876, Lemars, Iowa                                rgruwfi wmrr of iJoaUng i . �>ij tkoin in IniK�, an j in now on i* award Toj-mge. ^ ,        '' '�FiiOKEDgUDai�T�{iortett an elopement in ' ' Ufe^e elopetncirtjj)!       AjlMloid'ii, iritb the :)I>rqaiii o(^M%a^$ilif| iKAl' e']>nko ol'Mnrlborouglii ftroBBs' cbiirch in Brooklyn (tlie Church irFilgrima, CongregatiotuJ) iiaii sdopted 1 that tUey, wiljlf nibt be bonnd    iiie � �eW^'%t�ieliW^�i^Cotoi^^ itUI not "cb'uttuue fellowBhlp irith 1 a/lheiuig to said prinapleH. H. BowKAs, irifa of Collector Uow-niiviUe, and Bister of Hn. Bellinap, *yH (jiuce. UOo. Carl Bcburz dleil at Uer 1 Hew York, s few daja ago," of pner-"> flb� lia bnt recently given UrtlT I -teRtlnonyi. A wlthtfaaeeof Secre-, though an apparout d, ilwa8;iio(aWa�llr^ that a cUngeit^iIS^ I to the reopeniSg of of office he bad "rejected hy hie prede- I i VOLUME VI OntSimdiTd timet aaee tini �>wt^ That lrriiedmalii*�iai�-�art.ital�r� Abd�r�flie�tnla�*li*t�Jia*a�K t-LLJ^iMiJ^      }- tiitm\ bOLi vere introdncrd: In- ! THE STATE CAPITAU IjWeat report to aMLind- Jl^ver; dull Umo� iu alL; -a,mndiy ivin>er oK i|[-|a. noprocedented it able effeote on I I (gainst Belknapi It IB olaimcdby I rgsiguation he I barred from holdlDg:i Tills 18 all an imp Jjh. The puOf, able to find anil Raltroad Xiitulli|p:]ic�. SiTiT ha�^;becn entered by tlft to reeoTer the respectable suta M from the KewTork, !;ew Haven and ... imijroid-tliat �monQt being claimed i as taxes. CnoiinMTi ^lan elected to itma 3�,L.. bonds In aid o* the Cincinnati Soutiera way, in addition to the *10,000,000^;  Tub Hoiue/Coromi'.lco ou Pacific have agreed'^ report a bill to     ________ duclion by tUo Union Pacific r�lway oi preient charges of fifty cants per psaeenger (&i>ibfi : bands of tbe clock to-nard tbe dosmg bonr of '   ^fo"^TAMy'^a'mK  tlie tosl adjonJnmeu-,  It was a perfect bibel, Ion liSBtataiaiMo. t  lioi��e�tax rn the salt sot : each member Btriving to save Bome 'very ijn-rtocliiadbd�J�^ ; portent bill - from tJie aaelstiom into ^hich innon, t�)Bempt.-per�oo� engaged ; hnndrads of bills �were (ending ae slovtly and ^i.�[ilSrtta,i1S'/,''.^iI{lS � �"6lr     Uie Bwinging pendulum could count �'ri^^?d^SLS^��S;!the -Beconae.   It "nattered   not   lhatU dedarisglbe Hlhol April. ISTfi, >   twenty minute? before  ten  tbe clock iras VaabioMin dtj-iv 3Ieade, b; rr-1 stopped.     'lime.      tide,     and     rulroad ; I tme oertiBi rcennjplidii :>t j earn -wait for no man, and eagerlv one after an- 1 'I^^K'^^i-^'f ! otlierof tbe members hastened" to catch tbe , "u^-SJa^SiS^ t     ^ I ^�l^i'l> should bear them borne, nnta tendollaiB per car-load for tranmortatlbn tt.thmh.brldge.f^ | ffrfl i IL'&llOoal. ;i The Senate of Mississippi hss found Lii flor. Davi^gmity on the charges made agai! binmtheartidevof .tmiictment. ffix of lur, Tribune, a doily paper''atarted liy ij^askington printers, has died trom bad Mg'ement and lack of capital. IjDivid/A. WojJi has been nominated by the Democrsla^ot. tho Third Co; - --.Jt'PJstT.'- �'�\\ \ i % 'jS^i.   AV 'TBri';leaate?Foreighl^%aJri.(^^^ 'decided to report advorscly npon the nomii ' '   of Hr. Dana to tbe Court of Bt. James, it of,�u. ancient charge of plagiarism jla^been branght up against him by ex D^^wrence, ot'Bhode lalaud. Ided over oat the tesUinony ;of^ 'Bioliard Sohell,  at which reaolnUons t-mjiividual labrqughtLf^oplaflhyoring the repeal of the Itishkoly (he criminal pro; rosurootion In 187�,-�aa'opposhig an; ;h also. mm�j(�lth',tt�^,^poaiaUon-tiif'th6"�atWB obligations. Thi Convention decided to send not tedeiMjr of State* and nattona; Ibat the CoaWUi-'   vai formed bj the people acting is their pri. -nnfl IndlTidnal capacity, IhroiiBb their drJe-ihen^ dalT.'bonafthited; that thi? Gorcru-n 1* one of tbe peopl'-, people, and thai lu its theiOovemnient of fhi� lutjou _and anrreme; that in iLi nature it is and iodlBAOluble, except      the actiou eosBcnt of tbe whole people; lhat no Stale has rigbf oratithortty to judge ' " ..... " the lawa enacted bj Co '     ition   of   thi- there waif not a quorum present, and several bills ivhicb \rould have otnerwicie passed failed for this cause, and further legidotion was nfce-lesf. Tiic clock TTsa etarted, and as the baud crept up the twenty minutes tlje last bill was brought in bearing' the sign manual of the froTemer. and the cavel dropiwd which closed the seseion of tbe .Siiteenth General AsaemblT. Its record is now made up, and the people will bgtior -nithin two miles of citiea or tovne traa l^fit. . ...The "Thrpe-card Monte" bill, alolen yesterday from the ^cretaTx of 5tabc^a otSoe, was repassed, and a oammittce ^;ipcnnted to inreatigate tbe staling o{ it.... Billa passed: .^pprcipnatlng t46,W to the Befonn School; aSowing town trnsbeea to condemn land for oenietcTT punkwea; to anthoriie the Slate .\adiior to seUle and adjust aooonsta with ootmtiea; reinit^g all Siiea and penaltieii to railroad companiea who adopt the railroad tariff law of 3tJT5; also, tbe House lull lii establlab a bozue lor feebk-uiuded ctuldren at tflenwood; al�o, in relation to nortua] Institutcfi and t* enlarge the powers of cjtitity ifiTperin.ten((ects; appropiiating $2.'>u,oou lor the BUteOspitnl____Tbe Ull to increaw the !>tate tax levy to i 1-14 miUa failed to pas*....Tbe Senate oosrurred in the House amendments to tbe appropriation Ulli. Bitutie.~Tha Hoaae paased Uie Senate bill to nj> pnipriate fiiO.ni!) to the Mount Pleasant Uospital for the Insane, with an amendsitnt reducing the same to �19,(iW; the bill appropriating 525,500 to the Anamnsa Penitentiary; the bill appropriating Ml,800 to the rort Madison Penitentiary; the bin appropriating f�7, nbuqnc Home for the Friendless f 25,000; the bill allorwing township tmsteet to condemn land for ocmetery ptirposea; to provide for suiMriorooart* in cities of certain grades; f ! ris>icifrhe {" �Ti!, Cade Jalrel W)� oo yondo" This iBomlpg ? lltm sra all Us foOn t els') to hoar lb(!J''rr weL'')^^-Dldaow-OTta the groimd w�� Ttet , And dotted o>r wttb cMlaed poilt- C'yol haveD^aayeo(jyyet. Tell them to set npon their ttmlar') They fonght   Ho!T like tbe sons of Troy, And drove the BritMi mas oar sfaotea �malwe UMliy ("T�ar'> ndgbtenKir Ttu peaoe {Oh, cnzxe the oOoe bum r>~ Ihs neaoe C >f]Mie� poodle dost Is ftet i Oct oiA! irow, Mibe'Oevfl^ea^ r�! - - - - ~   � The oopyfoi as death for Um, and It's fat discover^ a� the forger of King Victor � ^^^^^^o;'^ ^e" ^Td' fl<;;eiC^- of I S^r^f^V"^^ n n*^n\-^^-�,�i tl^e one shade that is alreadj ,l^ooming i SiO.OOO.  He wra� a man in h^gh position Monotonous. : The *hito� aJte *ery fineT ""andTn^t ^^k^fi'' ^^^^ pereiice Jior^e�p|iSwhit4 road d��otor,^ and a Bort of banker in , ^ ^^^^ ^or aUbongh colored chip^ namtion. : brown, gray or block-are imported im- A SfSDCSKT (Ohio) paper gives the | frimmed, not one co]or p'eiire^ ,|i9fare the' ondituTea xJCioifinl^cift 'sintw, aiid emphaticiiny^ (paid �?ytfiittg to Bplkhiip or| family, or any Oovtirnmeytl' in the collection of the nilraad' olaUn for trauspor-' Wi- He aiipoeMed in getr, tfijif ^celved4^�lS0,0()ip;: - bAfe'-fdr li'la hirn scr-' lliBooropany, thin amount e company, ijiNK, a contnniaelons wit-^ Rslied by a Ilaiise commlttco lai estate transactions in the Which HOmo Ooveriiment oAie^s eAtedto bo iuvolved,''aii mercy ot tljie '^rgeatit-at^AimB;, hUj^^llboiinie WBB reibiiaed from c'tiB-t writ ot habeas oorpus, and has do-l.to inBtititto proceedings against the 'at-Arms for nHsanlt, in order to make sandiasaortalii whether Congress hsH Jiiiczo boolis aud papers in wiiieli the ' nt%not|lnteieBted.    � fie his ref usM to cdnotu: in the'^n-''Vt^>ojiVe8t.FoiqtbiUi^tWeiity-Islso declined to aek a coafereiice �s. ,Tbis BoUon'lcaves the bill Iniaboot b'^ntUtion it WM'crigitially; aiid neither itpf Ooiigrefs shows a desire to locede i jproBont jjositioi), �"I to        w� |�?giw:p^Mtltntloii be CouBUtutional. Ooiivontiaii has I its InbafB and adjotuaod. rbf the iudiotad distillorsot Chicago I guilty when put on trial in the United efrom, or of rebellion, azainpl ih"^ � fairly decided.   The Icgislatore talked itself ! - treason, sod that tb^lste war of i todeith the first five weeks-, and it was too i for tbe diimcmbtrmeijt of the Ciiloii I late then to recover lost time ; and when at last bold the oBoe ot connty snpeiintendenl and school ^ ^^J'^^'h'^^}^ -t?" anyiheorr of ( important bOls came up, the most convenlan; directors. It pro-rides that women may hold the constimuonal law.   He moved that 0.e j method to get rid of tbcm. or all recponsi-   office ot snpennl�ndH.t....The amendment to the HlitT, was to indefinitely pnslpone them. Tbe ) tfeistilotion to abolish gjanil JorJes was laid on tlie raih-oad tariff bill was postpcncd untU it was ; uhlt.... AH2 o'cloo* adjourned Uni Hit. tno late to perfect a bill, and that went over. Tbe bill to restore capital punishment passed the House, and tbo iSenale postponed it indefinitely. The genera] revenue Ull -was delayed in the Senate until the day before adjournment, and then postponed, lint everv bill that had an appropriation m it Went through under tlio pressure of the appropriation ring, provided the author of it was inside the circle. If not, ha was likely to get plucked.  This waa conspicuously ; Francis,   for years nothing -was heard of the parties.   An Ohio missionary on________ ^ _ _________ the ishtnd of Ceylon receaUf met Case ; '^y^ them a sfylidi longh shrface. The and Mrs. Francis there, the latter dying i shapes are close at the sides, project from A broken heart., and now dead, ' ' .i-i >.-i.-._.i Mr. Francis left here shortly after the defalcation and elopement, and is sup- ^ pssed to have committed.iinicide. Case' | xnoiny round crowns, and many poke-i waa formerly collector at Biiflfalo, and i bonnets' of more or less prononnoed Tised, bnt are JBnesatiii-faoedricn straws of ecra^t, yiat wit&'-T*ised''l raids that above the forehead, aro short behind, and those most in favpr .with the best -! yet there f motion UiiBuabcnd tbe nlea and adopt IbUon. .vwisT ryecled-yeas, 91; nayii, [lirds   not    banue    voted   in   tbe IbUon. .thirds |Uve.    Cox   then   offered   the   ftllow-iations; JlMjirfd, That tbe people of the ; States oonBt'.tiitc a naUon in the aanse.to :t, and for tbe purposes, dellned in tbe lansUtnlion. 7i�i,lr e enlarged or dlintabbed r amendment to the ConslitiHon, Jtnialeetl, i rights of i^tates have tbe same sanction Sty in tbe OnutltnUon as tbs richu and jf the Federal government, and that local Kyovemment by the several States-attbin the ~"hc Constilatfon is absolutely uoccssar}'f<^r architect and commissioucrs necessary to com-plete the walls and roof during tbo next two vears, and thus protect tbe whole from the elemeiito. Tbe walls have noir stood exposed throngb three winters without cover. Ilo author of tbe bill unfortuuatBly got outside this 'Tt*l�aH J^iMeii'sr iioto' circIeB, HcBiug was a cHndidato for ^ook county troaanreralup last tall, bnt /osViid. '.fiomo of those indicted detei'{ 'toytond trial, Riid sautaiicowillhopaiBBed; oloao of all the trlulB, celebrated ^yard will case, which has boforo the oonrts of Detroit, has; ll�6d.-,.-. � to have become imruly. -A tci;- luls, and ask their adnu'Bsij CAiTi^^'^r^^^ocniid ^dngressmeo ;i^oe4, by-BTOto of ,80 toja^jmpif^ '^rronaybiU-ofiJIrrWyaSrofMiio. Tliia bil poBtponoB to some future' Ume the reBumptiotf, of specie payments, pernor of/Ifi* ~' " by about 8,000 hBVo26to30^ 9 out of tiio lii Sonaton cboBen. TiiK MassBohusotts fSenate has adopted, by a vote of 18 to 10, au ameudment to the Btste| coiiHtitutiou conferring on women'the .right of Bullrsgp..v, f\   ffT ^''�i- tii!trt,-/}oV;' DXVifi, of'MSbsiafip? signed, and Oov. Amos will appoint a sacoessob OudoKo, Biiporintecdehtiof Fn^lio inslractiori, will resign also. TuF. Senate Committee ou Privileges and Elcctloas has begnu its inveaUgatiou^oJ_tibe chsrgoi brought''sgilne�'Sfiiat6r�^ Alabamai'tbat Jie ^ote^Vs election jjy o ir^teti,remi]tl]ri^mdored the cap-tniii anii^pfloif'oM' >(leriniu ^sSlli^s vesse] at one of the Celestial porbi, and Bismarck has determined to extot>'full 'satisfaction, inwiiioh coiurae ho will- liaVe- the aasiBUiice of the British and American BcintUlrons In Cbluoso w,te�.f,;^ * TwEJirv-rdcii men wore killed at an Kgyp iian port on the Suez oanal by the explosion of the boiler of a steamer loaded with troops. It is reported ithatontlie 7tU Inst', tho Abys^ siiiJapB attacked, the KgyjitiaiiB in cam]) at OdudraB, and'-were ropi^aed,' On the 8th I'rlnoe Hassan made a sortie aud captuile(l[ important position, but aftorwaid reti&K'M_ camp. The AbyselulaDS mSdo s second attack on tbo OUi.'but wero again ropiUaod vi'ith grejit loss. ' �' Bouse,-Bills passed: Senate bm proriding fbaX' tbe I'reeldent pro tcm, o( the Senate and tbe Site4k-er of the House shall bold their ofllceB until the next ivgiilsr session; the blU to provide for the ditching and drainage of land; the Inll to a-uthorixe dtJcs and towns to change their names; the Senate bill allowing a di^-isioa of conuUca into supervisor districts; the bill proriding that women may bold tbo olfics of county snpcr-nlcndonl, and lo logaUxc irent in tbe new Capitol Appropriation Ull ; """^^ J"""' nt�>lnt.on to amend tbe ag for J350,0(M, the eslimaJe fixed by the j Conslitntion, to aboUsb grand juries; .Senate bill to PQutsb atoning cars, and to release lailroad c�iu-panlea for accidents to persona getting oif si on the can tn motion; Senate bill to authorise snperviaora to furnish county and to'xnsbip offi- oera with Ftcld's treatise____Tbe joint resolution indoniing iheSnbuqne Horns for the Friendless wasadopted....Tbe Senate bill to provide for mr. t�>rolog)cal observations of Iowa by Prof. Binrlchs was lost-10 to 13____The Henate blU to provide for the organisation of township districta was passed. ____The Sebate bill to provide for normal institutes .....____   ___________     ____ wasIo�t;alTO,iheSenalcbiIlloautbociK!tbeUome Union "ian in tbe" HoWwoiiTd vote i mont* cliaps had offered *15 OOf) to defeat it.  for the Frlendleaa to asauma the guardUnship of newlujJons. 'ifhoinoUon to suspend (he I Two veam ago they stole a sunihir bill from the  oWIOren... .Adjourned sloe die, doM the re�ilntion was adooted-v. as. I y^^^^^^^ of Miflsouti, aud ejpocisl Care was i    TarioM OjBfers. - Tbo jomt conv.-nUon elected taken by the clerks to prevent Uiem from get-i the following ofllcrra: Ansel E. Martin, o( 3Dele-tiug possession of it The clerk of the House carried it in his pocket. After it hod passed aud been signed bv the Governor, it was filed with tho Bccretarr bf State, who also had his eye on it. Tuesday last a gentleman asked tbe privilege of loolcing it over, which waa granted, _ and soon after it could not be found. The I asav, and Williau.I>la!se,ofltaTian; Asylum for the original bill was at once sent back and repsesed, j Deaf and l>umb, Thomas OfBecr and A- P. Dodge, .u,.-�j � ; ??'^'^''i5,S�,�.mP4?.V�.r'?,a'i^ ' >�lh of rollawaltomle; HospiUl for tbe fnsanc, �rbe vote on tb.equ�tio,jltw��boldg�n^^^ and If ^'''^'^^^ \ ^.^^^^^^^^^^.^il^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^T,,, B. r. Bobinson, ot   Fayette, and   K. O, Mor- atioB- 61 the UbcrUes of the citizen aud ! ring, and tbe result was tbe catatol was cut off ~ oar repuhliam system of Govern- J with iil�O,O0fl,  It -will be well for legieUtoni _____, Tbit the doctriue that any State has i irho come, up here hencefortli with axes to atcT^-^ Bfocde from the Union u in conflict with I ^rviA to join the appropriation ting. It is a big .fl'ldeajif a peiiKtual union as contemplated by ; ' thtCcaiilUntion, and shoold be regarded., being .'�xiingub!hed by the result of the recent .,   ,    ..VT -V.., t    �   Hohnan called for the yeas and navs, i   -IVhilc ihe blU to panijh Ihree^ard-monte ; ordered   Bbune eiprfsscd tho hdjie � men was being discuased, it was        '   ' is well tnowi all along the lakes. He ; has relatives here." A BBCEVr estimate of the comparati>a growth in population of six of the principal nations of the world shows that Great Britain has- iucrcased from 27,-. 000,000 in 1S13 to 32,700,000 in,J875; Prance hajl in 1818 a popiilation of 35,700,000, and in 1875, 36,500,000; Austria had in 1848, 37,000,000, and in 1875,3S,000,000; Russia in Europe had 60,000,000 in 1�53, and 72,000,000 in 1875 (some doubt is tlirojvn on tho ac-cnracv, however, of the last figures); Italy hhd i2,000,000 in 1861, and 27,-800,000 in 1875; and the United States hwl 22,000.000 in 1848, aud 44,000,000 in 1875,  So Uncle Sam can make a very shapes; the latt^T ore rejected by leading dealers, butyonog ladies have foand oiii that theyiue l^e^n^ii^gl^d are easily trimmtsd, hence those'who do their 'millinery at home tvill select the poke^ (or another season. ^. .l^^few.tiossets have the frontfilightly r6Ue| 'itt|Mtivf of population, from the calendar and indefinitely >..ZjOgan presented a petition of 3.0..0 > asking for the passage of a bill frir ation of bounticii similar to the one ware county, warden of tbe Anamosa penitentiary; regents of the Iowa Bute Unlvtrilty, Hon. C. W. Slagle, of Jefferson, D. N. Kicbardson, of Scott, and Thomas S. Parr, of Warren; traslees of tbe Iowa Slate Agricultural College, llucl Shermaa,of Chick- ' 1 tiduSh^ tSrSSS^-if S'e'pre'twT! I BoTb-at tbe tnonte game for once failed to ^n on {he qS�ti^ i Ik wai. a bold garoe, however, and if delected l-��-Alb�on. Bogy, Cliriothincjr, 1 will be an expensive one. Coclrell, Dawes, Ferry, Oold- | WOMEN orncE-BOUDEIlS. Ferry, . Harvey. Htlchoocl:, Kemau, io,Patter�mi, Btev^^n'.Thumiu!^?" hsvc been elected srfiool officera'and connty j at sit. Plesaant, Samuel KUac, of I^^anrt r.. i; ,V,r^bt^iO. J^c,,_ll.yard,BTtwel^   suiKmitcnd^ta m tlnB_Kate^^^ Monona; College forthc iund. Jere- , , , McMtl- "      '* '        "       ' "       -   "' J'addncli, Robertson, Siirgetit. Bharon, n,,WaltenHi-�. 0 offered a I csolntlon, which waa Instructing the Committee on Public        ....._ fc examine into the causes of the bad ' cte, wlien the womsn, by'quo warranto pro-a'Of the Ball of BepresentativcB. and to ; ceodings^compelled him to show cause.  The It is well known that for scyeralyoar^women ; gsn, of Webster;   Heipltal  for  the  lu^Me. ____________________     . ______       ______^ ____^_ . , Jcrc- of'the Attomay-geueral, whose opinions are | j�'Qj.,j.,f ui.diija,.!:, Bamuel U. WatMu. ot law ou consUtutional points until re versed by ; ,   ,      ^ p y Stnrgls, of Fayette; trastcM for Si? bSn'^a^e i J';iis""cS.t:tf ^^^^^^^ woman was elected one of a school board, and ' sod WiUIam a. Stewart, of Dubuque; Iriistces for tho member whose term expired refused to v�- thc Home of the Fceblo-mlndcd Children, J. W. CstleU, ot I'lJk, A. J. Russell, ot MlUa connty, and J. W. lUibinson, of Muscatine county; trusU^es of Gf-orgo Scott hnprovenienta therein as u)ay be found | District Court held that as there waa no statute i  ' ornUana' Home at Davenport, C ,  ,* rock among tho hills arorad Virgima! broideiy emplo^^^Rtr Iho tnmming of City in Nevada, the yield of silver has : Cluna silk morning ^"PP^"' �* amonntod to a total of $273,000,000. 1 tlia finest web worked with fine floss. liost year alone tlio Oomstock lode Ixiso mttens^e tci^ bj^^iironit in the yielded abou't 60,000.009. The most! evening-siBvertaiof t]�Si&��tISfcomible productive mines in tins loda, and their � Parisian ladies h-vinga led off this iasli- resi>ective yielils for tho past year aro as follows: I'irgiuia Consolidated, Slli-567,902.70; Crown Point, 84,874,322.58; Belcher, 5,498,935.55, and Ophir 81,048,230.16. The state of Nevada added, during 1875, not less tJian 440,-000,000 to tlieworlil's aggregate bullion. ion. They are worn in black and breatm-oolbr�d sUk,'ana^tJw:tK�'^ tp �5'=1� advantage that tliey are likely to opine into very general use. , ,. ClicsTaiis of''smnlivfrnitSjiMpecially cherries, are--hsed' on whit� imported dresses.   Old-fashioned crape, tlun and For the year 1876 tho production of tho i -rTT'i ----------1------ Statotwoeu eo and 70 TUB clipper sl^p EumoDid^ from Port Iloyal, g.>'lfGr!droenwiol>i'.'Eiig,i-oapilied'On tlie' jftlSth lD�t, 'Ctjie crew we and seven oft riv9d at QiioSiSi J:   "ovo-ment^'   -� J ibtpriwi^ |'�dai4iriNtijii>( >>t- ' Aaf-----'"^' Turks' |lHire4 3,200,, pi 'osplnre'or Qdeeh 'ViorowA h�8 decided to visit the oon-' spend about a mouth at Badeu-Bbe la to travel iuuognito, iWjsLA'Ilhl has jiWho m6iJei'*6vL^^ f iB�bjoiaea-frpmtb(flI ^^ a*�rei asDriop^poflligntlOD th^e 9%iriKl|tJi�t k 1) innV Open-hotue, vifn ^^? ? ' hIdijSEi d^Iarod be- K moii7^J(|igl||l *ieP^|?b|d(^Dried on Saturday, of list wmSi: In France, a niasoiiger ttiio^tfomr^il^iSti^m Si'iysbouirg going i;(hJ(niell,�^brHie over tbe river 111, u^ar Lau-t�rbaol4> Thirty ifcrpaes have been recovered covBtamovALvmcKemms. - f.-Not in and kindly, full strength journmcni,   luo     uEBuii�r -   ----^      ,   , has,   by an resoliitlon calling on tl.e'Attomev- '""o Pas'ed a law that any poraon, witliout ro-' exemplary course through life, became *!e� of aU letters, telegrams, nild  B"T f? ""�e ehgililo to any school office, f cminenUy fitted for the position of a .^for^tberemova, of .oUge Belford, ; ,7.:J^i�ti'S^oir'St"e'il^ibt^rhoTthl j Sfbinct oW Jndge TaTwaS bom in T  March 13 -Nenni^  xvrtaM ^'^"^     "^>'�      Cook famous lownshend, \ t, Nov. 5, 1810.   He waa , ^aii-u jj. ixnaie.~-'\in%tit, m history, and also make her Superintendent of � early bent on obtaining a collegiate cdu-c.Uce on cutais, reported adversely WiiTou county, despite tbe hnffineas of lluif, ' cation, and, at tho ago of 16, was tench-imafor damages arising from Stor- her contcsUut, She was elected espocmlly for \ ing school to earn money needed to nav i jslrcd Ibst ibo committee be die-  her competency to fill the place. 1      ^iZZZtJz ^, 1, 1 , V. further couslderation of the subject. , di-ath or sE-VAroa n^icocK. 1 hw expemios.   He succeeded Q going Altaon. fron, the CommllbsB on In-!   Bcnator Hitchcock, of Slitdielleooniv, died of' "trough � course at Yale college with nia on tbo dav of tbe final adjourn-  t (With IhaJlQUx Satlon in in of their reservation, and for '>� h'l' I'fJ^ I pncuiconia inent. He had been ill for several days and recovered so that he met one of the committees at the Hsvery Bome, where he took cold and there as tutor for two years. In the meantime ho studied law, and iu 1838 he came to Cincinnati, where ho is said that she intends to apply heroic treatment to the caso. The iunoccnco and child-like aim-plicity of some people.is shown, by tho story of a former, deszribed iu an Anoka (Minn.)paper, os follovrs: "AsWilliam Aloglo, Esq., of this ci^, was on his way to Minneapolis, lost Friday, he overtook a man from Hennepin County -with n loodot hay, on which were two larp;e-sized women. A short distance this side of Minucapolis the hay man stopped his team, and Mr. M. observed that ho wns vigorously digging n hole iu tlie hny, Mr. M. drove on and passed him, and.on ieechlB took iiwide range, and bad little " q ^bjcctnia^cr____Fsillkncr offered arrived before lie expired.  He was Biity-four Itiicting tbe Comnillteo on Foreign ; years of age, native of Vermont, and one of the lire into tbe powers .      .....-         . - . r as a fjpecial / 1 or Xavigator ant fcatiire of 1 of the Appropriation natc amcndmenia ' ' .... ISO non-concurred------ ._. ------.....-,-------- ---- . ,   . KiitMHie amendments, but declined to ask for; bouv having adjourned, and passed eulogistic insIeU^ committee. This seems to indicate | fceolutioi^s.   Thns has this Qeneral Assembly practioo in 1839. He has remained at tho bar idnco tliat time, witli the excep- "T"';'!'' V".'" . boon no excoption to the fact tliat since 1801 �  ""-^ .on,, ,,�m1ier oleot lias died. PlOTll. itoitAHtta amendments. Tsnwy, March IC-Smote-Windom in- j imlttiawlllto ^ttablUili^ tho Territory of Pern-'I t]iu..-|EnaoIutfon was adopted calling oii tbe BkieUWI: the Treasury for a staiemcnivif tbe �iml;WI�ct. of gold and silver in tbo United Btilati 1815 to 1876, tta.-amount In ntker parts gllhiv Xortbe-samc nerlod. and an estimate rfihtu rt-J;i_ t tbe reporters' and diploiustlc nM",Bd such as may bu admitted 00 iiarfls of ]iifiDl]Frf.|aftor debate, tbe report was' recommit-lal,...I>Wera (Ind.) offered a resolution to ro-fiie Be^^vc ^orernvicot hi tbo District of BATtJittjfiry.Harch 1: stou. 0 :Su.T..^      ^ //��*i.- '���J-uuoco 8 MJ prertdfBjr for toJii^BtwftlitJia \ DisctfraglDg Ylew of the BIai;k Geii.,porrit�i of, the,, headquarters pf rc^vWqn it, th8;.MiBB0uti, and anBsteemea officer in military cir-elcs, retimed to Chicago, a few days ago, from est expedition to tbe Bed Qlond m'^Si/t^i> ofcPort JiKtramio, sHjiated w5HiiA%(MJfetn faS; 'of Hhe Territjiiy of [yiyomvag, and what is known li^.'^the' Sioui Indian reservation, or the Blflok HiDu oquntiy. Gen, Merrittwao iatrM-:yieweil by a repprter' of the' Ghioogo y/mc�, to whom he imparted his'^ews upon fl y9i?etT..ol,tppicain, connectioh ^Ith' tW'Blafcli;*HiTB. Ho paints the uiiiiDg prospects in anything.; but .a pleasing fight. Those who are going^-he asi, laieM^'^^^^SSo representations iinif* swmaiiBd'�by Tmd&nBcionable shaip-ere, have little Itsss than siorvatibn staring tliem iji.,, the faoo; whila. Uioae who aro rotumihg ure the ebrriest speounens pi humanity that can be met with in many a day's march. The General is satislled fjblfit ;thei;@, i$ some gold in the Hills, but in'tho region worked at present theia is i^t enpn^h to maintain.oQe-'j|ud{/tho^^popn]i3io&'.%6w is and strng-glingfor existence, with IndiooB on one Ea|idt high |^i(Se�ion;tlie other, a perfect ^orde of boinah txirmotasta nil ahont 'crnttino'awav " � away wfi-th^akingif' harrosslng thei_, weU-deflned and and bitter ooM hard look ihe^oQly BjllTDiinAV, March IL-&iin(e-The bill ap. propriatlng t22,li0tl to ibe Fort Madison I'culti:n-tiary, {13,0110 to the AoamoKu I'cultchtlary, (S.COO to the mind Asylum, |J,l�0 lo the Orphans' Homo at navenport, t60,U00 to Ibo Deaf and Dumb Asylum, �4lt,800 to the Ilof orm School, $Sfi,8M to tho Agrliuil-tural Cohcgc, was passed,.'!..Pending the State University btU, tbe tienotc udjourncd, /forwe.-DlscuHBjon was rcHumed on Ibo railroad .tariff, and after two hours' talk It was referred to a 'special commitfcec,-to Ifo reported back on Alonday luorulng____TheKcnato bill aulhoritlng coniitlos, clUea and towns to vote aid to raiirott ro-vlco that tbe action of tbo cimimlssliiul'i-s bo lu-dorscd.by the State. Umutlvo tipuucil., ..The railroad bill Wa'^ roccniidcniil and nspasaed, re. 'quiring Homo poriloii'of the Iron to tie laid before thoabl voted shall bo ji�id..,.The senatorial ai> porllonmcnt bill'waa taken tip. U provides for fifty-one senatorial dlatricts, and two additional Btato senators. //nuse.-The Henate litll for rcanmhig the Mc- ' bre'eor and iiloai Ctty railroad laud gnnt, and k.-  gniuUng tbe Huae, and eitendtng U� tS%� -tt ik* gold or silver jewelry and black dresses, A Stopendons Centennial nast. A recent number of La SlaffMa. im Italian journal, informs: tis that-the Italian sculptor, PtetroGuamerio,-of Milan, who won a prize al the Viennese Exposition for two grottps of his which wero purchased by the Emperor of Austria, and repetitions of which wore afterword ordeiretl by tho Emi>erbr'pr Germany/ n most wonderful bast has now in hand ------- of Washington.   Signor Guamerio, it 1 appears, understands, it to,bo. tho injgnj ______________________,^ . I tion of oiir Cetitennial Oominisbion^ t(j lookuig back tho women were no longer j erect a single building oovoring nn'ar visible.  Tho two teams entered Minne-1 of 2,578,000 square .mottes, und le; nomination of both parties, and wiis elected without an opponent. He resigned at last to join his sous in n law partnership. Binoo he returned from tlio superior court bench ho has beon busily engaged in n largo practice. Quito recently he has been honored with tho appointment of fnwtoo of tho Ciuciuntttti southern raihviiy. Judge Taft ha.�i also given mncli attention to edtioational matters. Ho was for a long timo incin-ber of the imion board of high schools, and a trus^oo of tho university ol; Oui-cinuali. Judge Taft is a man of untiring energy and unwcoiying patience in the prosecution of any work ititrusted to him. As n judge ho was painstaking to tho last degree, and no suiter ever loft his court wiui a fooling tlrnt his case had not been fully considered. His politics have been Kepublioon, He has been o faithful party man without allowing himself to become a partisan. In viuw of tho' cironmstanoes nttond-iug Secretary Belknap's fall, it may be of interest to add a word about the new scoietary's wife, jtfrs, Taft is also from Vermont. In intellect, culture, and in practical common sense, she is a fitting companion for her husband, and her in-.fluenoo on Washington sociotf cant.ot foil to be of � most fialntuy ehwictcr. - Cincinnati Gazelle, apolia alioiit tlio same time, the load of ! seuting, tlierefore, n length of morpti , hny W.1B driven at onco on the scales and 1 one statute mile on each side, togethec weighed, mid as tho driver had turned a i with a tower to be of J;hrioe tho heightot comer the women emerged from their > the so-called, V,,iTQwei o(. i^ttljol;" of-thd retreat. Somebody paid for tlieso women-l Cathedml of Milan, "^oriitfrdniidiijam: at the nifo of SIO per ton." _    ' bers, about 1,075 feel;. NaturaUy^nqugU A ton who frttlicr ______      , iu lovo 'With my Htop-danghtor, and.inar ried her. 80 my fotlier became myjson-ui-kw, and my stop-diuightor my mother, bpcausR she wim my father's wife.: Some tinvo after my wife Lad a sou; he was iiij fntlier's brother-in-law, aud my uncle; for ho ^vns tlio brother of my stop-diHightor. My father's \vifo-i, e,, my stop-divughter-also had a son ; hb was,', of courso, my brother, and in the moah-tiito my grandchild, for ho was Uio son of ray daughter. My wife was my grauu-motlier, biiotins-! rIio avbs my mother's mother, I 'was my wife's husbntid and grandchild nt the same timo, and as the inisfaand of a parson's grandmother is his grandfather, i was my own grand-ffliher,"________ Hfiin til (bt! Rair. before on earth thot woloibwl^fj' must put himself, io imusual pains libflhe T^ayi of conocptibii and execution. 'Bb SignO'ti Gnariiprio is upw.ougageil ,in iflaking a oblossol biist of -the father of dilr country " ot the moment when he gavo tho United States their OonBtitution," ond, in order tp, gJyo.tluBtljMt ./."dimensious ftdoiinateitpHUb-oircntiiBtiinboB!'' he fao^ pnrchB.^ed four cur-loads of motieUng clay, and is making a flgure, tho little  " - ^        ^ t;^;wW(j}fcisto bo flnBet,of,thpIof tJiaud, <4i;wWqto twenty-six doht^oti'eef, Or'about a;quarv tor of a yard in length 1  It is gratifying toknow,'�Wi:ti' �'*'y �^ LaSlaffet- Icr of n yard in length 1 to knoWf'^Wi ithoaiuthoritjf ui ju'^ ta, ihut ill this remarkable work ;*,tlte, great citizen" of Aa^oripais represented' in the most siniplb and natural attitude possibla, and cxprossoB the satisftiotiou Pitb sml?ot*t. A GFiKTiyiiCVEii-33ie gotter. XoT meet to be eaten--Bob .veal, " What are lou doing; there?" sidd a t^tocec to a feUow whe waa stealing' his  lard.   "I am getting fat," tras the .reply, / , �'..._ A Daxbubt man lud a, to^'of oaia last 'Week, which he calls "theSjeamless, as they won't liavo to be sovm. Some one stole thein. " This is spapkiiig fine viD^:ar," s�id John Henry." " Ought-to befipanking," replied the young bopefnl,' "tiiere's 'mother'in it." '        . "DoToukiiPW whbl amf' asked a policeman of a fellow whom he had seized by the throat. "Ifot exactly, sir; but X fancy you are ,f he malignant oollat�r." A SKW dish is grape leaves fried in eigg batter; it is called a French dish. An exchange remarks: " We can't think of anything -that would- 'be more d^licipns tbm fried gcape lea'tres, -onless � it is a i!iT�!Q^ >iiORtra on'1^^ ; AsiBoiisAis Mirai&Ax says ilut " men .wt'ie tdflde to' tloiik :.and ;wpmen were; madeio^ilk," aiid,theTimca asks him, V to .inentiqii iuiy' occasion since Eve commenceidcWith the serpent, when WTimen feid'tij be^i^ to bilk.'" � AtiAUT,on tttie Wm*'Sidefoimdher tongue totirelT parttlyzea last.week- the result, it is bdieved, cf pla^g the harmoaiaun. ; The' b|iitiibn seebs to be gaining ground that a^iiairmoi^c^^ pf morereal-iralneih altui^ stalled 01.-AbriOTcA'iuaeftti. ; "Emzaj" said adetgyman to one ofl his parishioners, whom he saw xrith her| hair in carliiig papers, "if God had < signed yoiir hair to curl;' He ironld Iiav curled it for yon?" "He'did, sit, when Tyiaa a child," was the reply; "but Ho. thinks now I iaa old enough to do it my- iseif." � He entered! a.cor dppr.  :.^!^en tho] brakeman came inside, and.vtoak a out of his pobkef, unlocked! this atovc,f put in some wood, and loc&d, .jfce do again, hb naked him what he loi^ed t' fltovodoor for.  The brakeman shut) left eye, and said he. locked {he door < the fire coiddn't go oat.' . Mbs.Vexesbixo has discontinued 1 onstom originated by.her briia\^g r^-itors write their n&mes jn  bp^ in liftllin event of her absenw.,'. Why! Because the milk man came and .'wrot� I Bill Smith called to ooUeot a bill long standing, and is sorry, libs. .'Vohe ing-didn't leave the amount 'with 1 girl, ai sho agreed."-iVfeta York Afaifl This quaiiit epitaph Miss E&te FielJ copied from i; gravestone near' Oyforr" England; Here, deep In the dust. The old moldy crust' Of N'eU Oatchelor lately was aboven, Who was akiUed in the arte.. .      .Of pics, puddings aud tarta,.. And knew every uso Of tho'oven. Whenabe bad lived long enough, She made her last puff - -A puff by her husband much praised- Mow bore she doth Uo and mahes a dtrt pic In the hope that her crust may be raised. - oou;bo� professor at Buriingb . Vt, thought to make a night .capture 1 riotous  students, each of whom v ' making his own nightcap, sure, with 1 aid of a litUo sugar.   The: professor, his stocking feet, stole down a^corrid until he snddenly stepped iw a.jnng of upturned cinrpet "tacka,'-;'.rHe _ liimsel'f awny in iin esclaination anguish and rage, and hopipedtttnck ^ hi^qnartero. Ihe studions silenee f prevailed next diiyvrhtm he limped i the recitation^ropm was ,alm�>at poinf Thehe isn't mnoh cxcitem   ' ' troit ever � the Black HillSi while, when a citizen is put-turns home to find his -wife _ sitting room, , ho quietly ft " Well, yoti ciui.be easy in -y after this." She gets rendy.; tp torrent of reproach at him, bnt','! tiiiubS :- "Ihadspineideiv cif the Black Hills in tho spriner-want to say anything to ybud Jieord mpre about 'em.  I was iv* ma to-night, and! found, oift tL . gold exatemeatis bIIb sell, f^'mgo to stay right here with my loving-wifI ThiWrnwceiitlKdnf Three innocent-looking men were 1 ing at the central depot tho other ei iug for a western train to go out. wero meek and lowly :iu g|^nezi4-a oBoe;'.-'and :.':isl.ihey walked ortwnc became known to each other, an( ing that they had a whole hour'to e one o{ them proposed to go acr- stttiet and get 8ome-Jem6nade. en route a second moved to lAger .beer.  When they got over.! third intimated that whisky hiiiV and all ibbk whisky stij broke theiiie and they decided to pjj little game of cxit-tiuoat euchre. . , J,     ; ... ..t- - if o stjmlbsa coiscienoe whiciu having 1 j^Uying a came or two it wos deoi Amaidonladywwlfis: lietustake a^<^�^^^j^^      :,|^b*i^ oon-I mcroasi ti�e inhjcat by pulting bird's-eye view'dtUio mm aa w wm f (^"Jo^lj^r*!! find them-men  with  thtur  " ttol-fc " a  o�r,t... -   -     � young.  moxpcru>n�!!��to 
                            

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