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   Angelica Allegani County Republican (Newspaper) - October 3, 1879, Angelica, New York                                 LßJffOKTS a, RAYMO;  ANCEUCA COÜßT 80ÜSE, N. y.  hone.t and will pay within^ mÏÏSS  Iw, ) 2w,  inch____  2 ínchcs.,  3 indica.. i opL í.i.  2 00 300 ^00  200 3 00 fipOj  12 00 16 00  3 00 S00! SOOlïfOÔ à 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 M16polso M  -»«I 0Ö  16 00130 00 60 oolloo  Bdèiness DircctoiT cards, p.r , ttoadingKoUccs. 10 otó. pJu^  ... year. por Ime, fl«t inner.  déSSîî^ «^^'"«»emont. changed quarteriy U  Song of the Newspaper.  I am a Q0wspa]ier; . i ^n^the new» To all ol yontilwellinga. Where ver yoQ ciitkoBaf  A more faithlal serrant C^bMdlybeloTOd; Älmoit omiuprÄent7 ^ Tin «cattéred arotind. »  In the heaieo,, ABfUbeinmdffw the shore • Like Icevé» that have fallen When Bnmmer is o'er,  J fly o'er the land,  ^ O'er the acH, ITirave oycry fJangierr It's lor me.  i gather the news Ironi ITie steamers and oars  And telegraph, Bparkjinff '  —With toaderpwci«^ mil up my mission,  Defending the fnith, And tÄ youthiul lewons, Pot old men and youth. ■  ^mehow the scene gretvrcoJd and des-  Uii L 1 i®^®"*®«» ^i^o believed in M^Bhook their heads wjB^  uo u 'îTHR (»ABil)l=,«U8filft;  tuat they could. ^ -..... ..  the only hone after Ahe "en  remembered  boats, d  that death  lose  qpi^ide^^ hy. tl^s'ÄpiiSnis  ew he pj«» jftV^liisi lïfôi V jiito (bithe BW«lleçfegiradiuvlly; owing'tO::tho ppiW;çH onclusion—that-Russian-waiiW^ A- jíl4wi oua çffectK optilo nicòline, until CwodayB  ^/oreign correspondent, of tliü N ork WoHd irrités : thaívé sèmo tb 1  been king here, and hoped not foi concUision to St. reteraburg with me^'  away .with iimi  "Cute fellow; smelt the fish." ' " And the reports that came back durin«  to ?hi8 — such previous  would come. °  asToíe, tbÜ5y c«n dmw us intol^ A pieoe of Jope still ohmg f^  "«P^r^ís was soon s^ei  WMndfiísidiedtoJhespar.t  tjie boat reached the small ^ that Äas^partially- prof^^^  «Töte  guacedinZí.CS;'^"' »«tiaiactian  Y^"'»"® »-««onabíc. U  The Echo in Her Hèart.  John Holt was in love; and, as he was one o that das« wl^o ne;er di^^tC  by halves when hp concluded to ft thf charms ufSnrahPentley rule his  wejiij-çemeAvoe;—----—. —  tí>el,eamy (if kough R^f B^^ack and gjue knew  father kept the only shop in the district andw^ the justice of the peace,  general authority for its people on all  points savefl.hins,phy8icind the  her fother,  brave, generous, proud; and perh^pr^ w^for this reason that, alAo'uSohn  Holt wasTi good mateh. 8h¥ieltiSd Mm  I said "perhaps;« bui it might hl^ been she had not wefghod the  Slichad hked the^young skipper, = who  dreaser. Service e.»„l to tha. found in" | both books and nature, t,o that wlTe^^e  E  Best  Cigars III  G  •wna twenty-five he was looked IS as an authority, and loved and r^neX by all the people. He was ^ ted.t^ and one of the finest vessels that b^-' longed to the fishing fleet of Rough R^f  ffTt^tTflr^''^^' «barge, and m^y  com^ fori  ' mnlv i '^^^^^«^«^»Und had  ------rr—- - I ir tbe air with a flood  I custom . Sîî ^^^ '^«h» Holt's th^L^ Thé èeason^ was^i&^i,^  of those days that take a hold on i^l  The sun had ri^i «îl^v, andàurid.  a bau of hot steel. The air wiT^t lÌ^  landward, «creaiinn^ disboi^antly. -.ni L® ^«»tber^se shook their heads  ^dkept a om^tti silence, or talkS  more ominous whispers.  ^Jhe^ thè; blue s^ 'p^^^-^  o/Dress  SMITH, W3I. M., M. D.—Physician ahH Surpeon. Office and residence, north sido Tilain 8tfee^, third^liousc-eaat of the i^ark.  WM. — Wogon and C'HiTiage  .otffloriousJJght.  But^he IraîT  S  EtVER, Works.  ''AUÙ, M. H.—General FutnUhing Store, comer Main and Olean street«.  LAW FIBMS.  Angela AIîMSlTîOîiG.—Attorney« nnd CouuaelorB at Läw, Cuba, V.  B  EMIS & BENTON-—Allorucys niyl Counselors at Law, HorncllnviU«, N. Y.  B B  EMENT, WILBER F.—Attorney nnd Counselor at Law, Cuba, N. Y.  ROWN, WESLEY & CO.—Attorney Counselors ill Law, llomellivillo, N. V.  BRUNDAGE, B. C.—Attorney an.l Counselor at I-aw, Andover, N. Y.  UTLER, M. L.—Attorney and Counselor at Law, Whitesville, N. Y.  "COLLINS, A. B.—Attorney and Connso'.m •Law, Altred, N. Y.  /^OL at  l^iOQLEY, JOHN.—Attorney and Cuno.'  selor ftt.Law, Almond, N. Y.  URTISS, JAS. M.—Attorney and Couu-"èoïôr at LÄW.-BöttvHTTiiri^^r.-----------  E G  S  LLlorr, A. L. —Attorney and Counselor  J ut I-iiw, Friendship, N. "V .  ILLIES, JOHN L.—Attorney and Counselor at Ijiw, Angelica, N. Y.  IBBAliD, A. J.—Attorney nml Coidi-seloriit Liiw, Angelica. N. Y.  H  scloi lU I-IÎW, CanR»ei«ga, N. Y W.  OLL1UAV. D. 11.—Attorney n 1x1 t «nu-  HAKm'Nii, K. E., G. W. & F.-AINM-ueys and CouufcIoi-s at Hume, jN.V.  J~ Ones a SPARGUR. —Attorneys a!ul Com>3t;loi-s at I^w, WellsvUk, N. Y. ^ .  i GENE'S & FARNUM.— Attorneys and, Cduneelors Rt Wellsville, N. y.  JONES, WM. F.—Attorney |ind CounsWor at Uw, WvllsviUf-, N. Y.  fore he "ailXtmVlWytfVi«^  ! bcrn surpriBed, and refused him. i They ha^ been rainbUas ov^r í4ie hills, and had c ome to a point rom I wlicnce the harbor, with its fleet of i fishing schoonorp, could be seén. \ Most ! of them wpi-e moored elose to the dock, ' hut one. the finest-looking of all, rode ! near the cntmnoe. rising and falling 1 with the-swon, as if impatient to be • spreading her white Avings for flight, j " The Sp«iy looks well. John, and you ; sail soon?"  I "Yes, Sarah, I shall go out next iUicsday."  ¡ "Do you exi>ect a good fsejison John?'' '  "Yes."  " How lonn will you be gone?"  "Í cannot say. I may stay away all summer, perhaps."  And his voice sank low ■ ^ "Jt will defend upon you whather I come home before fall or not."  "On me?"  " On you, yes., I may n^ell tell you now, Sarah, for my heart ha» long , wigheiip show you its secrH. , I love j youi For^^^rs, evt-r BJñce"~we "firstr gathered shells on tlie beach,^ I have  loved you, and evch mybo^i^ jreams  were full ol visions of the tim? wjien you would he' tbe «íueen of mV home. For your sakre 1 have studied, án^^ought lo /row wortjiier oí a purft Jwe and trust. For your sake I hi«.ve tilled and he fomforts you Pftw pos-might be yours always "  water ^nd slowly rolled tij> the sky bhll no wmd, no rain '  nei^TSu!",^^' low-hanging black-ness, a whije dine,.growing broad but  that the storm had come.  .Never before had the shock beei^ so creator, so sudden. Sweeping like de  ine "««f^WT^ brokit^i^^the^^^ ran foaming upon the beach. But theW wn. no .ain. The foam whir" filM  the air, but the clouds held firm.  Ihe old men had gathered at Pent-  ^tchingthe moorings of the craft the harbor. Alt conld  wrecking vessel. Holt sh^ip fishes and hope. ^ ,  '^^yliiie hears and understanid ^ the rope is flung to her. m t-firmly The wind, too, helpsX  ^ot'Cnabmelit/toofBoon eitfcr mst as the swirl again encircled jat  Waves broke over them, fra^J of ilTL®®^ '-^iiainst theMll  aivfbty, and oh^hfe^^eAa; Wnids  chemashoi»:; i"; ;  . Hards that, Wqc<! fso/eager t  owne^^wad^out into the ai  dashed back pn the sa^Hs: " i ^  At last the boat; sMll foroe^U its weary hutuhdamted mistres^iima  he«vy rolj^. and t%me rushing the POT?c. ^^be gi:a8pe4i.And; hpldimly ^gamst the action, of 'tlie tVo btfong  and nervoush^^s.' ' '  strong jirms^encircled dead forms lashed thereto, and to the land.-  •Joy, joy! None were dead. th«li ex-^tement and bruises had rende/johtt Holt senseless. But life came, ^ as he o^ea^^his eyes,.thjRi ^ij^c^ ^ibiot by one so fond.^so'foVill.^th^t |6losed  them a^in. thinking that he w^iir^m-ingordead.! j :  But they were not dead lipstit wW' perw:  â resuit óf ílíe little I miw nitd-of khe  heard, d  í^véi'^'Sy'íts must be led in a new way. Alegaridár, now waiits to lead the old way, ^^ hence all thjB tjoubte this part of reign. Yet no maU has suoif  Tlie country! is "^zars, but it  A'"'  ifî  him as their priest and. father not Irà^ than as their lord. It is touching, iMm' told, to see them prostrating tliemseives before him in tlie streets, and even kis-^fiitf^fitó -^und oh ^Itich ' hé walks. This only intensifies the awful solilude of his position—a solitude whiclt they say is driving him mad. He meets no man on a footing of intimacy, not even is sports. . I have lately looked over' of at  cptirt, préèèrveià in the alburiis of Dé Zlchy, who was for sòme time paintrr in the imperial family. Whatever the  dancing^  in  Berthr-  lîne of a san. high l^dee WaSi^Tonged wiUi watchers who/had hUrried there ; men from ihe: shoí» and harbor," àn^ women and ohU-dr(« from-the coi^j(es, for ^ fear li^ seeiped to fall on them! alfand Jll tl^  now?"  am -I  JAW forgiven  anf Iqved  Then his arms «lasped her fi-m, and  Pontley knew that loveind for-ffiveims were hers. ^ 1  witlf dread-Jthe iear that Uie vessel la the mad yonder was oue that held lives dear to them—Was the STiray.  On she came, the foam flying over her and often hiding her from view; and still the stray sights given had told the watchers that their fears were realized— it was the Spray.  There were white lips and prayers, hut no tears. Death was a thing with which the dwellers on Rough Reef Beach were too well acquainte-^-to call for such notion until it came. They knew that Holt was making for the harbor, and, could he make it, would be safe. But would he,make it?  Still the Spray came rushing on White faces watched her, but whitest of all was that of Sarah Pentley.  : Oh, John, John—I love you, 1 love you  So rang the echo m' Wer lieWfTPiS^ he should be lost, would it not ring so forever?  When she knew it was the Spray that was driving before the storm and heard that T^JMrfccH^c^-whetj^^^ would come in safe or not, then, witli the shadow of death hanging low over li<'r lover's head, Im- hoart-hiid nwhB^rfPd  J' I  nt Liw. Wfllsville, N. Y.  OVERIUGE A SNVIPl'. —Attorneys and  J Cfjtm-'pi"'"?'Law, Cuba, N. Y.  H.—Attorney nud Conn-.  YEKs. II;A  Bbl n iO l^w, Belmont, N. Y.  M . _____  ^■yORH»N, R. M.—Attorney and Counselor 1 ili Iäjv. Fnemlship, N. Y.  RICl  —Attorni-ys and Counselor; gelicA, N- Y.  R  ^suru.  :u La:.v, An  R  UMPFF, JOHN.^Attorney and Counselor at I^w, Wellsvill«, N.  ELYa!^ HENRY W. — Attorney and Counselor at Law, Hume, N. Y. <..  ÜDE & LOVERIDGE.—Attojneys^ai)^ CoOTiselors Hi I>aw, Wellsville. N .  OÔiJpTbTc.--Attorney and Counselor tit  Jaw, Canaseraga, N. Y _______  líT^J«.—Attorm-y^jind Counselor at Law, Horr.t'lbvillf, N. ^ .  R R  gTEVENS,  had died a f<iW months sincc, and alter then'bereavemsnt had lived with tlieif maternal giimdliBtther, were found on the Iftirtieth of ifi^dead and horribly mu' tilated in tlieils bedrooms. From the text of a Written declaration fovmd on.a, table in the room^and signed by the elder boy, it appeared that both lads had resolved to [die, finding life unendur' able without their parents, and had concerted the means of their death, and having set down upon paper theip-wisliea with respect to the disposal o their clothes, books, and playthings, the elder boy had shattered his broth^^^ head with a hammer, using such fi)rce that the unfortunate child's skull was beaten in and his btains scattered oyer« the floor. After deliberatelj slaughtering his brother, the youthful murderer took poison, opened tfhc \eins_in his wrist with a razor,' and iischarged, a bullet into his forehead frou a revolver. The grandfather of these w-etched lads was al»sent from honae upot a busfnes^ trip at the time of the catasrophe« and tl^(B eldfl" boy had sent all of tie servjints  dining or idling—it is always und^r coti^' ditionSu.w:!iich,remind hhn that he Hit^ no true fellowship with his'kind. WjÌilSi he kills a boar ho stands well aheaÌl of to ^me^t, the .mooter, the rest bein'giso diipoàed indeéd àk to help |iim ia case the boar should show himseli un-dtfly forgetful of the distinctions ofioti-xjuette.  The very Winter Palace which is'tlie Czar's ordinary residence at St. Peters burg is but a «plendid prison of State where six thousand titled jailors stand between him'itnd the outer world. Itis a toAvn witliin a town. Its inmates are ^-reritftble-populAtion^_dJÌly_. g.rade^ the minutest subdivisions of official rank. The Czar, to do him justice, ofteri bveaksbo'utids^,_ rind indeed up to a late diate he corttinhedv the habit of all his predecessors of goingi ottfcf'on fcwt eHry day. But the recent attempt on his' life-has changed all that and made him mòre, lonely than ever. He has now fallen completely into the hands of his nd-^sei's, :ana theWfaat^^,^ I|i flèfàtìlt of bèltéf, is that hè'sifàlì llidreake'the dis-timce between him and human nature. Before that unlucky piatol-shot he went out afoot to pay his regular morning visit to a person, in Nyhoni he too^ particr ular interest and to two or three hvugh-ingchildren who were perhaps the only, «"subj'ecls " ^lo could venture to tvc4vt facrityrfot^whioh liis" lur ball practice' with a revolvcr. ~ Tf, lias been a mystery to me—U was a mystjiiry to e very one—how the Czar es-. captid with his life. The Nihilist meant  'Out*ot«tföor tifo iii-^ományi ' : Öt«hanföhdness róiTtjüfr-iSf-dbor'life is 'Well-kùo^ii. Bulb naUii«, piiro and simple, hç docs'tiot «o i much äfftet as nature adorned with/r(»t«iir«nt," The most'beantiiul laçd8capeïier.v€8 ;iis a"; j^jifit a ;)ublio gi^^enV Whtae w pipe and ^laö» he . pan. medicaio on tliei "béautîês of natul'e. Oittìn l^îs iathlly are  after the-^cident ööcurred hoiounjd it ncoesBftry to- go to a srirgeoii » I Efeméclìes weìTOì applied», but with, no aflfopt, and numerous ahGC«sefr-bogan-ta fom-upolL N^lth: hin¿ JTh». it'ifo'lifts'h'èi^'cd^ess  Ihe^hajid; and wrist. The case inas-b'e -------" ît....--^^..---^ A.t-----------  adji^ed;^ ip i ;9thof8 which have already-îMyir^ t|a£ ',eyep ,tíie ètijaUést: ièj^otigej^capable OTpáüóíng' l^e  grajfCiçt^ il«wy>: ^ Smokers, a^^a^y a» noB f» careful iá aXTóldliJÍg llj^Ö  ot tìM tikbtinous' deposit always ;tò be fmtnd'in iplpès. Althoùgh^e paiftleUìar  ili; iParis Is hardly likdy to repeat iUéfiR Sfteni ' ii very ¿asily happen to a  tàài ip Ulivtf cracked òr cÙappéd Ui^s, upon wliich the mòisturè: that exud^ Iro^ ¡a foul pipe might' Wn and oom-municdte a ^poison càliitilìatèd • tò ^c^use tho wòrsVreBÙits.-^/^^^ j  ; ft WolAmóng Uper^. ; ^ i  Thè ^eat tiéper Asylum at Mahàiqa, i a British Guiària, hri^ recently, béèh tiie scene oif a riptpiis outbreak, whì^li threatened at one time to be attended with much bloodshed and sorn^ loss pf life.  howev«r» th-Oii -rtó ^wSs  knitting; the^ chíídí^h"»Tay aîjotit Wd ivcíiiiftinfoUiéès íétt&eíiíiiiJ tVöliat.- ïîe or-'0ers :brdT^' '/breadji chioso i i ëàusage, ahd becjr;tt»n roü»d," aiíd m fiSmioon  flie ^w^ cl^ Sun^ay^isihç jcupst^^^  if you ¡¿aa the tithe' in phq week it is' cbrisiàcred' more elegant. ' Babies éoëm to liVe In bpen áitf.itód their multlttideàttà pljimp.  Fortunately,  4uelledy and /it? only resultj will be; to.? 4íastéit4ho.-«doptian. of. additionai^^^^^^  i»niit,irt»»«irv mnn^diirnâ tirhlp.h t.h« trhWftrn* ,________________i' ¡«I ■ " : -  to a strange]^ iBIothent ànd^ nutsés take them out^tw imiqng; afteinoo^,ln the public,ptir'^^; not,a Uttlp wfilk .hut a • ' stày-spéii,*' i^ng wa^s, too. are à' favorite amnseinent, à^^ with good roads, réstaiiH^ts ckinvenient points along thè wky! and often a 'beatitifU' limd-scapeat thè eiid;'they are ftòt Without charms otien to a weak-backed American. For the thEéo months I was in Diesden; wo reguliirly ejery Wiednesday -^r-tlié cjiild^en's holid.*y-rmado such an excursion; and my memory is full of filmnnin^ rumj_view8 W pr^ented to WeV trip'». toTlTc ¥unimef  libtisò' of ithii fi ini oT ^ Saxony, a téà^a«-  , Tiio/populatiott of ffew Orleans 230,000.  , A Jpno cow W Ellljiiy, Ga., died of snake bito ottílheJip,- . - ' ____  tîautionary measured which the ghMei-^-j ment of the colony bas long iconfe^ plated in its dealinj^ •wit;h-thiS' tlNc>1itiiW some portion of thé comrttunity: THB >ïahaica asylum is a large hosj^it'itl mafe-  tion pi ! pesons, chiefly co^^iél, ^ictâi with leprosy, and ^ the tibiae of the jout-break oontaihed about 200, patients. , In a sioiilar but smaller establishment, in Kaow Island, in Essequibo, the af-dieted people are not only entirely isolated from the rest of the.world^ but the  intended to a<?opt this plan in* its en tirety in the case of the larger asyítmi. The hccesááry stringency of the rules of ,the establishment, for the sake of the jiuifpi^nate .p'i\tieiit9 as, WèU ìtó for the tiaî^ç of th« colony, fit large, has led to  frequent difllcultie^with some of the inmates; and the ill-feeling lately cul-fiminated in an outbreak which taxed all "the efforts of a special body of police to supT^ess. The doctor in charge of the asylum, Dr. Hillis, was attacked while on one of his usual rounds and forcibly imprisoned in one, of the rooms, and a leper armed ,\vitli a razor kept guard over, the dooi^ wlille tho others fell on ,the:offlcep and servjmts and threatened .to mm'derjth*jm. Fortuna^ly an alarm a. .aiiii..  gíeaHh¿ horses is designated out Wc«t as'^' e^uiae. emjiezzlement." . The Jidridort IVuih' cAlls Bngllsh heer '^-iioacty» stupe/ying _at\d muddy stuff."  Thia criminal' sheriff^ Kucceeds in liis liusiness tis soon as h«, gets the hang of  it.—J, p  in th6 United tho past ten  . The Oliiitjihnfiti ' tSmimerdal looks around nt th<y y.aspn'3 ^^rop and  the  Accoidiiig to Holden, no man realizes how rj^wiy he ¡is .passing thi-ough this world till hp y^UB ajfalnst an open iron gate of a dark ¿ight.  It is computedithat the people of London would'sard $1,850,000 annually in soap alono by hO'Viu!? soft water to wash their clothes in'. ' '  The facT that dranFen'^an^ff^^^croiy men M always-^Ssir^sd^'pH^'^ knives and jiistols is a'ferttttr&'in the recordfl nf eHtne. ' ' '' , ' ■ -_  depT t6 Moissere tuid itb p<ircclain manli-' factbty; w^lkS i through pinP. woods .overlooking theyrivpyrh Aways the odd little restouya^ts whijipjU gaYC Ua, besides tiie be^r.^clakseq of rich'm^ of fKuit and h^e-inad^^ thing is arranff^d to aid the plejisiiht fashion. Steamer's pfly ut> and • "^own the Elbe |' street cars take oo^i where steamers fail; and day after diiy steahi-err and'ears are crowded: with families taking holiday. It is perpetual picnic  ___ . ■ . , without tho fuss and form a picnic at  sep-ar^  infomdpd f/» ni'nnt. t.hia nlart irv Itfl en- , ■ , "j ——  G^rm.an may be,. he has al w ays a few pendfel needed for' these' excursions.— G./od Cmnpany.  ! • I: J ■■■ - ......"' '  . . Superstitions,a^ OffSj. 4 correspondenV pf the,York Qb^rver gives some information iji regard" to the old superstitioii pf ip^utting boe-hives in moumitig on tb'/dfeath of a member of th"e familyi • 1 fi^-.tfl^he sayfi, by referring to dilfexvnfc wuiks on the subjeiH;. that it exists ijj England, France, Poland ivnd North Germany, and; I presume wherever bcos arc kept to an^ extent, for 1 do think that people have >noro superstition in regard to bees than any thing  A-x- to«.«-® ', ^ near on  SCOrT,W. «.—Attorney and Couiiielor aí ' Law," Ffîendsbip, N. " Y.  SCofr7tlUFUS.—Attorney nnd Count»-lor  ^ -alriaWi-Btíffiontr^^i——--^---—  Again he stopped, and she satd not k word; Iter Jiands. were pi^essed;. tightly together, her eyes were dowi^t, and with one little foot she mai^d luilf circles in the gritss. " ^ ¡H»  The silence grew* oppresswf^ti 11 she neitherraised her eyes tidrST^oS^ Again he Went on, b^t the hope Uifjli^s voice had; expressed when he besjan: talking was all-gone now.  have said that the ol my  i coming l^re a,utUTnri depended on you msA have told you why; wiU^ou tell me whether I am to come oiMiot, Miss Pently?" ' . ^ ;  New he was silenti his eyes wander rig ifestiessly^^^.i^^Jeh» i;;, ^  " Johpryou-^annot know how much it T)Jiitis We io ii<^1ove you,  buttcauniitiiii^i&tfee^  He turned toward her, the deep pas-aiw dfi life ma iliaKhf fierce, and the^ him  .wild. P-'tfT"  " Dct you wafttt. to, or. ia tlM nshin sMp^ei* w tnatch for vthc-Jsquire's daughter?" ' s  •♦John!"  Tlie and reproach word  recalled him. - '  " Forgive me, I was wild." ; Then ho seized her hand, lit, liip and pressed hot kisses upon it. .Aanoment he held it, then strode hastily toward^ the harbor. . ...  Slie gaaed after him, deep 80rro|r her eyes, then timied eloivly dbwn the road that led to thirb^fc  to the knowledge that he was all to her.  He shall not die—oh, God is too 2ood4" she^-said. Ap.d 90 she waited and watcheil.  out of the house before comnencing hie deadly operations. Conseqiently the dire deed was Jiot next  mWning, when thelioiisekfei^lPr kn'ocket)^ at the door of the room in tvliich (Jje'^ hCottWtf ii^t^i and obtainiiii no answei, fetchpeua locksnith to the lock^ and upim obtainig access^J lindrnnm fnlinVl iicr YOng master  tokill him; lie hrcd point-blapk, and shot after shot. It was given out that Alexander was not once hit-^io doubt to make his preservation appear some-i thing in the nature of a miracle. This was only true in the sense that he was hit iJHjore than once, although not wounded. Ite wore a shirt of very fine' strong chain mail under hi.s i-oat. It  f^ingde the.  ouievar31ii.^gent:i,"a Avelf- known Paris •irmorer. wliq supplies the theatei-gr-for their mimic ^¡ira, but v^lio also knoivs iiow to tmn b^ woik thfit ^yould bear hpfit.of.a rejal pno. Ji'?bi''»^nc's first il^^laiy^stoikier wKsAthe'Emippterori Na-ppleon III., and it.. was ppbably thrpvigh the recommen4at<iou,pf some friend of thf? Emperor that Alexander, iit-fU^Hef^Wninii of Clie pi^iene troubles, W!us led to apply to Leblanc for one of his patent safetiy, suits. The armorer's tnvit-story is that a-gentleinan-^ii^it  Uian tlie m<'ii. They were, however, Torrunatcly uiiîibîe to find any cSipgoioue weapons, and were eventually overpowered.—/x)7?<io?t  A few yi^ds more—only a few yarcl^ more and then all would be knoTro. .  " Oh, God!" There was despair in the cry, and death seemed to reach otit its bsm4 to take the crew of the little craft.  As she ente&d theViiMnei tliftt Wk through the reef, a gust of wind seized  dead and cold, weltering in their own blood. Had they live^d to yars of t^^j -vretion, thVy would Jjpth .hffe becogie possessed bf ample meanis ; ind, oddi^ cppugh, thougb th^y^^ ordinary paini^ ^ dispose isii belongings', no mentloR' tss hiadetfe^ either of them in the docih^ent foi^tf upon their table of the consderable  h^rltoiier ^fy»^'^  been entitled upon comingdf age. J^» appears that they were jcception;^^,  ^rni out and with fe>ni© mjrsti^i'y asked iriw could make a coat of mail that Wotflfl'tlrtSf^ii^iWeaf^f^tfi He was "^«»«bi-ftfl Mmsself'of his owi^fiiwcrs in ■^liii^^llec^^te^ljliG pro  vided . j?^poleol\, ivith an ivnoprshin  -wtiiTahtecl fo^turn edge Pf a knife.  with one  jof hjg WA ^ Tyi^ that-  helm to meet the emergency, a huge  Chinese Gamblers in Ntíw York. ' Two Ghinameh, who give the names of Charles Williattìs ahd William Ham, were charged-¡in the Court of General Sessiops with keeping a gambling house at No. 35 MoU,.slrcct. Detective Adams appeared n«-com plain ant and. produced in court tho implements of the gam«.  fiui tan." lie testified tliat he had spent wee Ics in loarning hpw to pki^- the game before he ¡u restcd, the prisoners. Tbc game is phiyod-'hy any numher of persons, and Mny amount may^be sUiked on the result. The implements are a round tin c«w.«rr :ibout four inches in diameter, aJwue  chopstick. A jieapof the cash CChineso nioney) is wn ored with the tindisli, and thè coins are dra wn out h^ means of the chppstick tour at a time. Beirarciuiwlc on the number left under the cover, either one, two or three cash, after the last four have been rejuoved . A number of "chips," on which were Chinese characters, were also produced in court Some of thorn repréi^èntod'ten dollars each. The dofi^ncc w^s tlmt the. prisoner Williams was proprietorofthe^hiceand  A Boston ohild retuarlt^d, after carfng earpestly at mAn^,SVhp wM but T^drlMa^yisfkhi^iis^ put  on upside doiyn, wasn't It?''^ '^"^-------------  In a Pfti;i»>.<^ci|e:<i4riiined horse draw» a pledge,;a second sits, in It, apd two others go' behind, their, forefeet roosting.  on ihe ________  " And oh, Ed\vnr J," sj^id. tho.^rl he was going to leave behind hiin^ "at every stopping place be sure ypti Vrite, then go alie.ad."-^ Yohk^ s Q^^UXU,'  The wagesof laborei-sin Cana^aVange from forty cents to one dollatia day, and some skilled mechanics Hre'working for -»ightyiientSJtQjanejIoltar pw  Rowland Hiii irtvented tiie ppstage stamp, arid is bhVied in' VVedtmlnste AbTsey. But any three-yeariold boy can lick tlie best postage stamp ever nitdp.— Irimold. . , 7  An, English magazine says: ^Every State in the Ai^ierican Unipu h«^, !» law against carryinpj concealed yreiipons, and every pair of pants raanufactutii'rf from Mameto California, .uul from tlie lakes to the Mojiican gulf, has a pistol-pocket.  When it young man first meets his futui'^o Avifo' site is a:*' lhimei" from which state she gradually d?yindlm.into  in England:)« \ . , ^^^  rod»'  tlie bees would be^lnsuWid^aSS^ ajft^tydmi^^  ------------4 __-..««l^ I »I* » . \______à . Mt-li t«f O V  rea"\'^elllG 1rìvp,-or ^¡hat thoy wuilldjie, or the calile die, and the trees wither.  In somf! i^arts of England it is considered pn)per^ when the mastei' or mistress dies, to turn the hive round flt the moment the body leavai the house at the funeral. Many years ago, a rich larmcr in the south of England having died, the neighbors game,on horseback to the funeral. Just as the body waà carried from tlie house some one shouted, "Ttrni the befs1"wlrinli% «crvant did bv laying tjie hives on the side, insteid of turniner them round on the stand. The bees, ever ready for a skirmish, sallied .ut, and, settling on. th«? hoiSses and riders, a general scattering ensued, with a loss of hats and wigs, and the coffin ^as left by itself for some time. •  In Normandy tho bees niUst be invited o a weddina and their hives dréssed in jjcarletjf peace^and pròspeinty: aro j d?-aired; If we shouhl'ti^^^ back, I should not he surprised, if'WP should reach the day of Virgil,, tince ìx)ie4HS-titiic4ias-miil£:l(> us tlir èus-  roller dashed the little craft high on the cef and rolled ovbr her. ^hen it was that the cry ai'ose; a cry that all but one mouth echoed, and that mouth gre^ firm and set, and whispered rather than spoke: " He shall not die." A small boat—a mere sliell to meet the mad shock of the sea—lay in the little I90T« iofnaea-i^fthe te4ge|i*iid Into "  old grandfather, and ëxtrelely poputef kmotig their sch«ol m|e«.—  Telegraph. ^ -  __—— i — í:».."]  The Very Besi.  Yesterday a lady utepp« into a  m  store on Kearney street t purchase a parrot for a household pet.jHaving e*-! amined the collection, she imed to l^e proprietor, and without di) selection, simply said:  ' Bes your pardon, m  ¡éven' à-.GolW'array^n-évolver made no jph^i^ty^ steel,  ii^iß e*pjj»íñs tibe nîwVol« qI thf^ìnpcr ibr^prosetVÄtioni Ii.eölanc iias other il-  «»r Aíisetíms to be a  ftif lîp^pBCv« of  iihallâincliârdîy.]^^^^^ tö unal-  'chpejfftì The'  is  uncest in ttieiveiy fiixety oflhitssga7.c. He «ta^,yoa^hefi hfe niceteypU^In tlie Sjiieei'^j^ ^^r*? AVjöp<U'i;uig  with wlmt; weapon you i were going fur hjm thiátimG-**he one^shooter, the six-fihOQtei',,the bopibiOrj^'è knifel  I --&- -I.I'I-' ' ■ -:  that it was not a gambling establisli- j j^j] ment, but a boarding-hottsii for Qhincse | cigarmakcrs., _The prisoners ^^vere con-i Judge Cow-  tom of making a noise on pans and bells when bees swarm.  Jokes from Paris Papers-An Italian and a Gr<'ek arc dis^'tisiijng the iiiori.'.s of their r(?:-pei;live fathor-  I " (iretH-ftis the bos country," cxcltiims 'tho Grecian; "it was from Greccc thia plillos(»pli<n't! ciinu!---  and  ignating  m," paid  he«  jumped, and before any one wm aware of | her intentiPnVorji|)tüd^^f^f^, #Ílffi¿uMéí''  pushed out înto tWbolîîng io im al Uïe ; Hpnestj  coves mouth. < »¿«^ {jj^ gent round to No. sa teary sti^l!  r^|ie is it y<Ì8a:d you ^Mo  ¡.»efc;  Please  ' selor atr La», Audovt-r, N- Y.  ÛtACY, .S. jtn ! Coun'^í'Iojr at  Law,.Belmónt,^.'y.  T'AN FLEm'. L. G.—Attorney and Coun-—edor I HW^.-At\doverT N.^ Y- ____  W  ahd, lï ami won. — Attorney «wd Coansolortit lAw, Uelmont, N. i .-  "iXniJiABD. V.'A-*-Attorney» :uid ».  \\ wlof Rt ÎAvr, Bt'lmoiii, N. V.  Her father called to her, but she kept  on.-'"' . ;  ''llovehinii tod will die with him orí save him," she answered^ but the wind drowned her voice. Eager eyes watched hfK eaw rfïM^ wei-e stipe^ed^ pjiUp,  —but it eemed that fate or God was  "Pwr John." she murmured softly The moon r<^e, aiid as its li^ht rolled .across tho wav^, she clambeced up a ledge that broke the^laeach, to look at the lighted sea. W,hen she reiiched its crratrshr saw, bearing out from the har-liorVdirectTypast h«i^po»kioii,-tbe-whiie: sails of ai vessel. ■ L ,  She was surprised at this, (Ot |u« knew that no veiBel wa» ejtpMtinirito leave , .  faSore the coming wedTon dtmb .  .....  wifh-ker.-'' ^ ■  Slowly,. bBt snwly, slie went on, the swirl of the sea sending her this way  " Hon^ty?" repeate«the dealer;' ^ ']'  - And which is 'HdHiifP'"  ■ ^ Why. tliAtotie, omff,'^ said I self-possessed customer pinting tp.ri  logical tradeV, and as hi Was mttlu«gv  on the l^ge watcKed'her.  .Clinging to the Ia8tbre^ijigschp0iji?t, John Holt and his companions saw the TittTe^BoaElossing In tiie fbam, yetTsteail-ilymalntigi way. -Then Hoif recognized tho wobAn  'tured'toisiki'^i p'u i:-^'  And may 1 inquire,« am, why you  •♦ Certainly?' answei he custbr^»^ with a h^venly smileji! Ijfti? 3>ariro^i|ai Honesty because Hoi*i is tho  PoU r^ee.'»--------- -----------iZS^  fiia Wh« Htiurt 1th a eonsaaV]  c k GaitKiAtO^iWOkers.  ' ;; tUngoWiwirioè, menato «mokera ar«>!ñOt oonfíned; a» ît séenisi to the de-effepts of takíníitpnlVaicir into tWlunga;Mi(l' thKOati. -Theres,are inci-^entá) ptiSls i^kist'Wbich itis jonly an t^'î^ers of ^vfm «n£cig^íuitldei-fl< eüdng J^mesJ. ïft^dîpt^ré-WhdM[i«<*o B^ofl'hîè2day con-  thf Hsejpf:]!!^^^ weed, will, perhaps, ob-i'ct to snchr philantftrot)/ as" Wftplaced,  Ä^^lf ier tììC>baceo to be  íoaa'ed^''ílíóww»íei',«íhát'^pí^ have too »fi^àlïi^^gs^ji^Î'^^ï^r/hc^Q aiùòhg ttS toíhe o*teÍ0»i|iatéd by any ^juVái warn-óád thatj fU^ëàtoklrig will inevita-  jitiug'^^PjnW ^ jrempyàiirpîn t^ ichief rÌ9k&tof;«eriou8 it 4ávoÍv«!  Ä'i^iyftttwjiÄ tó'cítí Äln-thè^  ;hafail! i in£ elfianiúg i ontt ^the t stira »nd i>iiiid£9inffliV«lter-êaoh df >these' hr.*»  victedj lu pas.sing sentence Ing.^jiijd that he had no doubt that the prUoners had followed the bad example 5iof: thehi hy native«. -He felt'called on, liowpvor, to plmiah them with sufiiciept severity to cteter others of their race from following their course. Williams, being prqpii<!tor of the pUuie, w^ the grcatcsit p/li'ndcr, and he .sent him to the city prison for thirty dayHam", hoor-di>rod to bf impfisoned in'the same place for U'vventy itii^!?. Ho also fined e.ach prisoner one dollar.-^Yark Tribune.  , All that Gliter» is noi Gold, .  One of the beauties and «harms of an editor's life is in his deadheading it on ail occasions. No one %ho has lievcr tasted of the sweets of that bliss can begin to take ,in i^s glory and its happi-iiess. He does $tOO worth of advertis-lti^ fora railroad, gets a "pass" for a year,;.arid rides $525 worth t aftd then he is looked upon a^ ii^eiv^head or a half-blown ,^|c,ad-beat. ITe " ptiffii" a concert troupe ¡5510 worth and gets 81 in ♦•"compiimentaries," and is thus passed «»free." If the hall is orowd<^ he is begrudged the room 1» oocupiea, for if his cpnipiinjent^ies were paying tickets the t roupe would be so much in pp6ket. lie blows and puffs a church ftetiVail free tp any desicid extent, and does the poster printing at half rates, ^lid^arcty^^ts- a " that^k-you^^of^ Itgoes iu asa part of luiJ'dut^ as an"cdr iipr. lie does more work^gj-atuitpusly for the tovyn and cofetotthity than all the r^t of the population put together, and nets cursed for it aU> wlrfje in many instances i whore a man wiio .donates a icaiK jjpllars for tlie Fourth' of July, baseball ciubljp-'phTiwih, i-j aratefullyri  " It was—all the saircs and philoso-phci-s tame from preecc, and so you haven't had any sine«-."  is the uiat'cr, Alfred? do yon. Und .y-ijnlcra'iling in .the rivci; that you 6l.urc,;it it tixfdli  "My wile.i's in baihin« and took a dive from that boat out the*evaJi»d shíí' ha.s been under .«uch « time that I'm getting uhcjisy."  '\ilt)w Ions bus Miobwfi Wderf'' " About t\vo hfiWis—it wasn't (|Uitc tluTC o'clock wlii>n she went in." ,'  "Now, young man," said the fond mother to her ».11, aged four, " you'vo got to get ovti oeingsuch a ci;y-baby, and I want yea to understand that if I sec a tear out of your head again to-day 1 won't tJik« you to tha jiifltinee—understand?" "7.  TÍié ybxmg man promises to abstain from tears, bnt in less than half an hour there are chasing each other dov/n his innocent no.so.  Is tl?is the way you keep yotur promise?" sayp bis mother. "Jio matinee for boys that cry  l,io&. 'Cliis nhnost equals nnlway traveling. • ~ - r - - - '  Teacher to lioy in Phihidelphia schoo —" Can you tell me whevo tho A i>en-nines me?" Roy—"No; but I .cpn tell you whcru the Philadelphia, ninoi? arc. The Ath—" "there, thftt will (Ip," interrupted the teacher, imd'the yóÜtli subsided.—iVbrri'.sfóíüJi/TeraW. " ífo'8 money in the bunk,*^' Wiis wlint tho people Said;  .\ndal1 the gay yoiuig glrld t ' \Vere alter him to wed. .¿vl  But when the truth whs kÜówri,' 14«-ough leufith and HrMdtlf ííI 1/ind;  'TwtiB tound his inonej ttll ; -.'Wiis in Uia bank of sand. lol . —lid  A Fair Held fty ln(Uanfi.T  ' Of tlie" ■ nunlerous,. agricultutwl and industrial fiiifs IffiM "tlnsisMpciw nor has becR more significant pi;ty^iinil of progress than^that pf th^.CiiiííRQ^va In-  reservation. There were sbpwslóChorses and cattle; of grain and ybgcfilhies; of buttér, ídictííjcr.YQaple sugar ttfid'syrup, br^ad and cake, preserves flnd pickles; of rag <-arpets» vced riiats^'. mocCasins, quilts, bark work and mittens.: The majority of the judges wi:re. Indians, Thus, among tlie judges of jjtallipns an«" bi'Dod maicB figured \Vinv.Waw, M*'-ke-Scnoc and May-shaw-kp-pe-ríhick;. among the « Nperts in lio^s, ihwp and pou Itry - '.V ere  gc-ge slmh; the decision on bulls, cows and oxen wiis largely intrttstvdjli) May-taw-nbush, Moli.kah^Re-wenk'Wt Wwi-4EewnrthKl»bj whilij li^y^ki-^.wali-  nonch wasoncof tl^ií.é who Rj;om>unocd on the merits of d^in; an^ prod-  uctf. Tltcrt' vvGiH=^pr¿'t»Íitms in iitl thfifii;._ clasi^c^, r.nniiing frrtñi Hvr doll.Wo IS»"«v ' cents. Tlierc wáíi ny piiz<>-ft»? ihe breaking plow in bPkt'coHditiirt .ifter-two or more years'use";" »be  larmei-s who did tho gvcatcstjamount of breaking this year; a pvizc Tor fhc one cultivating tho most ai rcit wtl,h'least ex-  pehflO (o IIk' pcivonimcn». aod;/t foi;.  the one 'ownin.ii the tnoHt laf'^i tools in the bdst condition. -The jtiVI^e»'in the farming class w<^re 'iky-v.UniKf-KC-Hhick, Bay4jpm, Si Broad,  Zftn4 H. BeauUcii. íímVT^rijt^lJ'íiTn^ft^^  "Oh, ma," he responds, prom.ptly, I ain't crying -rthese ain't tcarsrr-l'm— boo-liooI'm laughing—boorhoo!"  the day is near at hand when our eoi-diers will be betiten into plousharcs and our difficulties settlotl by arbitra-  Betore many years arc i i Kei^ to see an inter rf^erv.ation fair, nndntained ivlinlly by Indî.MTis fronij^ j^ncies.-  Ncw Yx>rk Siith  ■ What the Mlcroscóijc RevéiiTs'.'  ix^witibeck teils of an tnscH^'wn %vith amicroseppc, of which Q7;600,000 would only eqiial a mite.' Inscctsi oihKnrious kinds m iy be seen in Iha .taviMrs of a War is a terribk; thing, ftnd_itJsJ»ppM4^rain_i)|Lsand. Mold is a foiCit .of beau  tiful trees, with branche». lcä.vc.s and. limit. Ruttcrllic-j aró fully f^uht-nd.' Hair.-' arc hollow tuÏKf.. Tlie siîrftu-c oí  -tîon^- Ina-Tficent engagement het\veen <>ur covf'red with w al»??» ÜKc^a  tb<? Chilian and PeruvianforcèsTahorse 1 fi^i; a single  itself like water tarough n.^ie^P- The mites take 500 steps asecpt^-j^cli drpg of stagnant watA'r;CopiaiijÌ5 ::i World « *  . _______________ ______ ojuch JibmyaswhaÌéfilnlh'ó eca. EiM'h  aro'now «uinif fov . Ictif has a colony of Inscots on il.  Herald ' " 1 ike ww? in a mciuioSv.''  ant on thejother side was iilso wounded. His sword became entangled betwet n hi» logs, wliich tripped him up, and he sustained a slight abrfL4lonj)/jtI»e-Wft-<'heck= "~'"iris¥ntIeretD6(j that both ar   

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