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Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - January 20, 1879, Syracuse, New York VOLUME 30. NtTMBER SYRAOUttf, N. MQNBAY jiQlfNJPTG, JANTrARt 'if SINGLE COPIES, FIVE CENTS. SEAT OF WHIN MOT. Executive, Leginlatlro un-l Ju- Topics of the and nnrt It nil i tlt-Hrr. .Un tho do v f OKI H'lp Court, ttnlntf anti-Polygamy law, ihnro has an fr )in woman from nil partir Aio country, anklng Con- gress make an effective anti Polygamy Inw. Lave rcesl'cd in In- trenail niirntwrn, asking Iho prevention of Iho sugar and fooil. HKl.lKVi'.D MIOU LIVtlll.ITY. Tho Cummillcfl on de- cided to rcpurt favorably tbo bill rollevidjf Theopliilus llor, lato umistar t treasurer at Biwton, from liability for On) act" of .iuliux Hartwcil, illabursiogcliirk In micro! ly loaning out of the pu ilir funds. The cimimmre bold that an Mr. llarlwoll wan a >po'uii.etl liy OhanclU-r's superiors, Chami i r bo helil ranp mnili'.o fur Hie mitdunviino' "f siilionlmato, who lyas not under linn.lK. Si; Kl.rntNO IM- I, VCfON SIKAU'UKa. Then wan no quorum of tha H Com- milieu -HI HimkirK, Saturday, anil llio vnrt ous Inflation mesiiirim before It, i.re practl- cally doftd. j oi'rilompt of court. The court li-.il Indued aubtKiwas com- manding Ibn ah oltlalalB to b .beforu h tuo Lallot box mil h.illuia at tbu No election Tlm ballol-ms.es hchij; by Ui'iled rttaU'a grain! niry ut. M b'ul, howevor, until a re- ply ruceivcti from Artbur by tbo Cora- mitteo -iu Commcrcr- to tun cbarjr ia in Shor man's of WiKlnuadny. Tho ohnrgufl nro cainble of u rnuiiy and ButiaJ'actory the opinion of Conk] ng and liln frisiids. If lUu rujnotiun of Mcr- rilt.ttii: Hurt but it iaroiiiklunlly bollovi-'l in adrnlMlatratinn clrclra tlmt thuy c-in no- bo Among tbora txplicit ohirK'i thatowlnu o remiaanuHB tbo lost pnr anuum In dutww. on Itid glovca, lO.'HIO.UUO on BiigaiB. A pur- losw un la o it dtroctly t-> thr NtuvYork ouaiom houtjo. jL'otja coxumof. Hunt'n o-nt lition cftaniMd for worm- IIiu p'lyalcUtn tnoro DO dangor. (N Tilt: OFPICK. to Iho dilt Tonco of ojiinion ru- iturdini.' certain of Uio Indian offlce, t..wdi, ubluf cinrk, bu tMon led for th rty iUyi-. an the cx will bo dlffltjutltoi. Tbn auIboriHua <-f tbo dvpartiiKmt nre vury retli-ont. that olhor uHlulalii ure In iruubiu in duued -by talithor of- Tha Sin's m corrnnprnrtunt wva tlictii IB nol th-i -ilUHVHi probability v initloiinl iiniinu, in- iluunnilunt of liH-il "Hill fh.- pomi- billty ol HII.-II Hystiim with lo- liu'borltiBi IHIIIIK oonniiloro-l. il i us mint arwo if 'n onforcod I'V iiAlitinnl leitisl'ition 8111 b t would dust) Hiio'.hi ru ports n nl romntl nu to auiiH noitiurn harbors, iim! hi-n.'o -vouli) local i-r swftinnal opposition to I 10 rnt'orcu- meat tbu uiotmiro. i llrni, city, to-iliiy, prosuntml ol 1'ioitio raorlitiuo for payruint. Tliey wow MenlliM in put of the bniiU stolen troro tbo N.irllmmpton Batik t hroti yean ago'. Thooompaiy will con- tow tbf payinunt. Tbo eoupous iro stiimiwa with too niiina of friuilciorl- on- Iho Main. oamo to tb 8 country through a hUshly Urm Innr supposed part of Uo JtOO.Ooy stolen wouritits at Nonham IMUK; Tho ri.bborn In Kurope. Of mil Text of tiniTiiill It PiKima notb Tbe bil1 which paused the House at recent sM-ipn providing Hint penttlonifshaH commence from tbo dale of dtiath or dis- charge from service of the United States ih< -Samite, .iust camo from the House, and only t lie President'i (signature to become a law; Tim following in the fuh text of tbe bill Ha it viit.etf... That all penolonx which have lietu granted under the mineral laws or ruay hewafter IMI granted i-i nomeauenca of death from H catiKo wl-.ioli oii-jloHtod in tho United UlaiM.9 srrvlco during lliu continuance1 of tbe lull' war of Ibu ruuelliim, or In con- sequsnao of wounds, Injuries, or disease received i r contracted in iinld service dur- Injj Bald .7ttr of tli'j rebellion, shall com- ice fri, in tho ditto of death
testify ore Reno durii iUtODtlmt Biuoiiaa !ilJ t portion ot tl a aiv lul to It. Wa nghi to do with It what we.pleaso. It la proposed to give inEuranco companies tbo same right to (id into court and snt up what they call a claim of subro- gation. They aavo no legal right to it. TUi'jw Insurance oomp mtcs nearly In promlumB durlngihn wur and paid, out only about Tboylosi notblUK. la Iho bill wbtcb I bad tho honor to draw, and whloh became pro- vision was mado that If in reckoning up tbo insurance business during tho war, uny company mado loaa, that company ebmild bo paid. All the comptmloa that could show a loss have received their pay. Wur nromlum mon aro tho class who paid pio- mluina. and have no return for ibeir pre- uiiitrus. It is argued that the morobunt uod shipowner ad tied ithc amount of bis war premium to tbe pride of his Four- (Hlhn of lh.e ciimmeree of the United Slules during Ilia wnr was carried on in foreign bottoms lhat paid no war premium. This four-tlflhij fixed tbo prices of goods, ami, therefore. Ibo men who piild war .ptiinlunw' could not charge tbt'in up. Mr. Kuolt closed tbo debate in fnvor of tho majority report. Mr House moved to lay tho lull und amendments on the table. Itejcctcd. Mr nmentl'ment to. the majority bill was acroed to, lastoOO. Ii, provides that no claim by or in behalf of 'uny Insur- ance company ahull bo admitted or iiliowcd by tbe oaurt of claims unless iiuch claimant shall 6bow that during tbo u'.iellion its lusson, in respect to Its war risks, exceeded 119 premiums, then tho allowance shall nol buijrvH'ibr Hum such excess No.olium to bo admissible iu favor of any insurance company (bat wao not lawfully in existence nt iho time of loss under tho Inns of aomo ono of tho United States. Mr. Cannoa muvcd to lay the bill on tbo table. lo 121. The substitute, reported by tbo minority, lia to TO. Tbo bill, as amended, was pawed. UK to 08. It provides for tho revival and nontinu- auco of thu former costs of tbo payment of war premiums, claims, etc., allowing six percent, on. pant and future judgments, but expressly oxoludinR Ibo of insurance companies. Mr. Smith reported back Iho Scnalo ameiidmenla lo the pension appropriation bill. They wore concurred in. Adjourned. OiiMtoltta'M WorktUfET Power. Caleb C'ushiog was one of the niotl extra- ordinary men of thib age, for Ihlu reasons- He had n memory probably tinciiunlled by nuy mail now alive. Ho frauld read sixteen hours a day for a monib, and never forget im important fact obtained in tbat lime, and this faculty raado him tbo profoundcat au- thority on federal law In this country. Hia memory and hla power of worfe were tho secrets of bia success. As illus- tration of this, tbe following itnecdote In tho year 1853, or- thereabout, ho appointed Chief Junlico of tbo aupramo Houcb of Janssacbuiieits. Ho was out of practice and, to his own words, ''very rusty." Eo set to work, however, ami m nineteen hud read sixty vnlumin on diJIeroat of nrecedoni, laws of coutractj, liiws of exchange, olo. About seventetin volumes wero duvoted to Mtusochusetta law; twice as uvany more wore made up of. reports, ant Ibo rending was altogothcr extremely varied. Now for nn examplb of hie power ot work: Between the nijou ot twenty-seven and fifty-four ha never knew want it to bo eloU. lie was accustomed In Washing ion to Rot to work in the evening at D.ve o'clock and labor tremundoiuly through meal hours uud without taking a rent until U ,0'clock al nlctht. TUcu lio would smoku a KOI into bed and read hutoty until ho fell asleep. In one winter ho (In ished in this manner tnmeen octtvo vol umM of sclentlflc travel aod rec mt history While Attorney General he would hli meals brought to him and lakl on bis writ- O, Jan. elevenllj Mfluo- O'.it-Kpt >oopa) Sunday School Congtew and the antvinary of Sunday Bobool Union and Siwlety In iwwion here. The meetlDii to-night addreiMod by B. u Flood of Uhautauqua atratd. llev Dta Vincent, Freeman.Unteu, and SII.VRII Oimr, Jan. Tbo favors the extinction ot Ihe leading Kmv YOIIK, Jan, The pt'ttinaotata appa nted 'iro. George atom, 'Ha ok Rives-, aoaiily; Gdgar Mam, n. Nlagamoimaty; Ida Husl Duteliaaa cuaaty; Aadrow IlatMoe. Hollow, Ijlviagaton county; Houjih, South Butlor, Wnyne county; Ferguson, Bummlt, Hofeoharlii coun.y. Brvwaaw By i Ni.w MsiVBd Indian raserrkUiiu in order that valuable UoiismwrM opnnod to eottioment: it Wio favors f. iargar military forca in tory. YOKK, 19.-- Tbo Society at Cumberland; threatens to suo Hor.ry Wan! Beeuoer for dain- agoti. for fulling lo kvop his engagement to Uiclilro at tbo fair hold Iu thai lost Ootobc.- Coming to Dnlra Ptai ClTBTBHHIC KlVKt AfflKHCT, Bill. .TAB. 18. -two runners from tha :ainp In the British possessions arrhtd ,t tbe upper camp. This: agenoy. Is twenty. ilgbt days out. They say there ore. four randred lodges of Mmneoonjvii and Sioux who waot to In aBd settle mder government protwjllon. They are loslrons of learning on what terms iba lulled States government will aliow th'tn o do so. Wy. T., Jan. Companies 1, B, D. P, I and M, Fifth cavalry, xtfL ordered to take the field m march of Mo Wolfs band o! Cheyetmei. They nrt> iclicved to be depredating in northwest! re -febraska. They move from Fort Huxell o-morrow under command of Oaptuln doutgomety. Four ROBINSON, Jan. IB. -A ook place this mornirig between Had Oloiid nd Lieutenant Schuyler, of Oen. tslt, regarding the propriety ot )odd, of tbo Third cavalry, going to Beit iloud'a new reservation to enlist Sioux lors oa uoouls against tUc Oheyeaaee, now orraled at Crow [tldge. Lieutnoant Schny- Red Cloud if bethought Lieut' n nt Dodd could obtain the services of his The old chief, in a very grave une, "My people ara sad at heirt inco their brethren were killed Home morns go. They aro very angry with the whltts, ud I am nearly certain will not assist hem." Lieutenant Bcbuyler then, in few words, gave an acooiinl of Iho iheyenne outbreak, how the squaws ccldentally killed, mid finally got the old hltif to say: "Yonng chief Oodu can go to ly camp and tell my son-in-law, -Yonn g. lan-Afrttld-of-hU-Borses, that it is lay that he would try to gat mime of riy tb hvlp the ffovernment, Sn captur- ig Iho Cheyennra." Dndd, who Is wjll nown to Red Cloud's bravos. itartud 1 n- ledlately for! Pine Hldge agency. It la dievod that Captain Johnson's comma id as jnimcl Wessel'n nt the soane of hostillt ea f the 17th. Nolbtnjt has been heard f n m ither command since yesterday. Impo -i- nt news are expected hourly. Vtxcontlvo Ulenaoncr. AIJIAST, Jan. 18. --The Governor has .ardonnd JosUb Brandon, of ColuaiMa Dimly, convicted of assault and battery ud sentenced to the penitentiary tor- tic lontbs; Adolphui Bruce, of New Yolk, onviclod of grand larceny and sentenced i Sins 8lng for throe and a half ro- 'ored to citizenship; David 1'iorco, of 'nelda county, convicted In 1870 ot urscn, nd sentenced to Auburn prison for commuted to four years from Jan- ary 19th 1870. Diamond flupllnU'la Wew Vorlt. The inurriage aoason makes up in it lacks in number, Tha ot :w Witherell and BinUli niiptiuls, which itely were held In Trinity Church, itereet tho udmirers of fashion, but how mob better would a dozen weddings of ilalncr style have boon (for tho community t least) than one of such raro duph.y. Ye hoar much of the privation among lorgymon's and for this reason U la .runt v lug to hear that at least one. is Vrell irovkted tor. The bridegroom outhlsocia- ion being a pastor will not need a donation rom his people to buy bia wife shawl GO hat Hho can attend church. The woman rho thus enters the ministry iias her trousseau, twonty aplin- lid d reuses, each of which is aocompno icd vitb (i dozen pairs of and a lonni-t and hat to .-match Eacii dress nlso taa a dozen morning robea of correapo id- ng quality, and trimmed with laoe. The :onitreitatlan which the groom may ret ,ervo will be ftlad IP lea.ro that they have ot OUBL ouo Iu men unmi er. The bilde appeared on tbe happy occasion tfitli a train throe yarda Iu length, aid. imong other jewelry work, a necklace con- of seven strlugn of peirla, wlllt a liamoacl cross as a pendant; also two olut- .era of diamonds ut tbe throat, to whicb FaumiM Jndio tu bo URM ItuteA RicnMOMD, Jan. The iolntlegttatlVa fedci'ol relaf i aubraUted a report and a nones of resolutions in re nra to the alleged usurpation of Mala rlf liu w -Federal Judge Hires, ot the weatern (Jiatrlct of VlrKlula. The resolutions de- i Tho conatltutloo of the United Slates It In 01 lull force and vigor rta adopted, Second VirElnls, la re-entering oo her relations to tho government, did ao on per- Mot equality with o' The Uiiit< irery other state. illcd Htatoa can only eser- ___ tho powers delegates to them In tha constllutlon. Within tho of these, bowers, then, tho government ia auprvinti; beyond them, It hea no exUtouce preservation of tbo stttes arid tlie uiaintenacoe or their govornmntits, we as much within the design and caree" of ran coEBlltutlon as tbe preservation of the ynion and Uie mamtenanco of the fed 6 organize each siatn as n separats tuid distinct political to constltato inioh governmeul therein best suitu their if ill and anil to change theaftme when- their convenience reqnlro il, subject only in the oondiiuiion of the United Su tea Sod the laws and treaties made in pursisaucu thereof. necessary and Inherited COE di- lloo of !hls reserved right of local prnmciu Is the rlubt aotldoiy of ibeatabUo ntotaet libuny and properly, witbinutr lurMlcllon. by laws of bur own Croatian Md by .ifflcon of bar own taleotlan. Unltad caa uo raoro rightfully interfere with, and attempt to execute the powers and perform tho func- ttorls of the utatiw than the iilates can of United and any attempt by dither to Interfere with Iho rights of thn other will be usurpation, unconstitutional and void. United States have only tho nghttto prevent tho exercise, by the state, of powers prohibited lo them by tbe constitu- tion, by pronouncing such forbidden acton void through the judicial power; but in no case can Uniud States undertake to fOKBV any duty which it is incumbent on the to perform. ihorofore, sll note of Con- gress, and particularly those known the civil rights bill, and the enforcement At the act which attempts, or protesa to attempt, to provide for the performance by too United Btates of duties and obligations be- longing to the state, arc uncooetituth nol and void. therefore, the action ol a judge of tbe United plates district assuming Jurlsdic'.lnia of the case of bee and Burwatl KcynoMs, charsod wltti a orimo ogainst thu laws of Iho common- wealth, and held to. answer, therefor, an .attempt to execute tbe laws of this com- monwealth, to roRttlato her internal police interests, and, by ollicors of tho United HtaLos, la unwarranted by the oanatllullua, ta dSBtrnctivo of the rixht of the people of 'men state to protect life, liberty and prop- wty, in their own way, and .by their own courts, and ought, at ones, to bo romcmed by proper judicial action, and any recur- rence of the same prevented by appropriate whose deocriptlon is enough to iwaken tho ambition of all tho nneak thieves :n tbo city. TrayTimu. Tbo Importation of French, Norman Porcboron horsus lo country ia continu- ally on the Increase. one Important pany after another Is organized for tho rar pose. Since 1873 one gentleman In Illinois alone bus brought from France nearly one hundred and fifty head of stallions tt few ftooi which an almost incrodl- ble number df offspring haveduscended, and again bare produced fouls to all appearance na high bred as the Imported Block. For hc.avy work they aro ablo, and a> their value becomes they Oil also many n place as where bath strength and spocd is desired. Tha average a stallion is from one thousand four hundred pounds to two ihoussnd pounds, while most of grtdea mulling in crosses with common maree weigh from one thousand two bun Ired pounds to one thousand six hundred provision by law -cPKht supervision, by Uic Buprenro Court of the Ualtcd States, of all proceedings of Judges of inferior courts of the same. tho Governor is Instructed to direct tbe Attorney General to instltult proceedings, In the name of this common- wealtb, before tho Supreme Court of the United Stales, and demand auch protection and redress as that tribunal can afford in the premises. WBtVBBN HEW TOHK. Hoy 1 1 I rom UK of uiphtberli. Johnson irlgbtm Iu nuwmle proprietor ot tbe Born illsvlllo Col. John Boorbaok, cf Qooosoo, lian jml won a K) Ian suit, la which kc was the plalotlff. Matters muni a sland-sllll al thcL.-Roy nit well, in. nil Ing thu arrlvnl of ty from oil regions. A piano f tfitory is lo be Jamra- lowa, with i capllnl of Hun. Ii K. Funli D, president. HorAcoC! ufc of Oleau. heir h> a pi-oporly l alued at 000, Itiu ilontn of a relative in rlcotland. Prof. Qcf. H llangii, for many professor of tee musical department Uie Ocnt'fice Wcsluyan seminary at Lima, m dead. Asa Kurm in, of Little Vallsy, bhot a Nyw Tork polid man, on the !5lh, by roUtalio, taking him for a Tin; wounded 3un will rti bvtr. A man na acd Hoojf married a Ktrl Rudo at Sal .rcanca tbe other cluy. He was seventy-one nnil ebo wwi twenty two. He WAS n reguli r old H. n. of Dannvillo, slwt at a rat with n rlflei nil snccccdcil In killing o borw valued at W. llo Kiyc if there is another be will oln cavalry secvire. An olil-fi nbScmed whiter what they cull it, and i lioso who havobeen wljliing for thn return -jf "Rood old can eiep opt and take as much m Ibey like: Iu lie fcfitlvalfl ire what tlio AitlCtt indulge In. An admiulou fee of ten ct iiu cliargcii, which ti piece of pi i each for Ihe fellow anil laa girl. Tbe Llinc: louo tannery i.mployif214 hftniU, consumea 8S cords of bulk per yeivc anil pays out ilio Damn pi-runt It tho largea coucoru in the buiilncw in Iho rorld. Hon. II. B. C'hamplaln, of Cuhi, called tha -'ather nf tlio Qnnutno Viilli'y railroad pn Ject." It contemplated to run tlitt new road alonj( lUe tow-path of the defunct osfiiJ. T. Ii of Llvunia. ha.s nuod Hue! D. Woodru f, a Justicr ol (lie 1'eace of that lown, or falsa Imprisonment, laylnp Ilia (tamauw ITbeiv art. (inly five cbunflcl on nno ftttlo and pevon on tht her. Andrew Eopson, of Nuada, whlloencsgei! In clearing i now from Ibe roof of resi- dence, ulipp'dand fell a iliMlanno of thirty- oue feet amxblng a crock of Initlcr a farmer was carrylrj (into the hcnue, hut mistaining DO serious Ii jury. A. new lln i of stefliucn is lo ply on Chnn- tauqua Lfthe next Btiftson. Tlio hoala n-ill culled tl.o Mayville, B. Stono, and Mollie Terr tho latter to be commanded by vetef m, Oapt. Hod. Wilcox, an old sea captain rhoowns iti-t vcssal. Tho Roc leiiter and, Lino railroad commences the, year brilliant prc ipects, Iwinn to 1878. Tl 10 frelfht and passfnger tralllc to B6 Samoa llraalck icro' Asi.rc'.ati. r have resolreil that U c urn of be glvcu lo every nwrabcr of ilm iiion v.-l.o di pirn' lo cmlftraiv to Amctli'n, ud .V14 lo cmlgrkn 9 to Auutr.ilia. Ni'llfcti p.- .led on ttalutdav bv MM roc Trad.; KmpK" >-i-cs' AttocUtlon IP llu- im yarilii riid h .u .mil tt< nsirtcl ar.-mHl.: -v nclk-n in -.VURCS 7W pi r cent, i Hut i! lNluf.lai.u-.rv. 1 in thought ibat IUr in- n hlrikc At. n ni.-i u! be nttl- -ay in .oution to-day lUv iti.n n; ronil uill tr. kuoivii on 'liir'ili.y UKIIMAM AMI WAMOA. llnni.lN, I! North livim.i, 'tizttt? ilt-mrs Ite n le'Mivci I i II ItctiOIl l.iWlltilh ivlbllil' It, Ibal (i. tnini.y .VO Ml.tlll I I !lil' UlMKl I t I'l-lll. biel n I .'.I nlll ijtitt.lnei.t iJct- any ln-r 11, i.n. rn (at ilm iinii.ilrv, of 'In cii lolilil II i-ir Jllm ol.ji I ..s to only (avoml n j: -r. i: ll-crrihle KI.M. OF HAKOVHI a-rilrn tlmt li- In ii i i ti- M lovi l, In I. li.n f. i VIlolmMtIn I'rlcrv tlfiiirtf mill Tin- y. Hlnooltui II llda) ft li.itt l.'fn I'KU -C u i-iniii. I I'reuli Kif. -i-.' il'-J hi) UMrk.it. Ihuy HTU (tola rieid in Tho discovery of gold in this country is of wonder. Tu? esisteuco of the precious raetnl has beenj known for a number of years, but it has toon tbo gen oral iMillof that it could not-be fourid in paying quantities. The recent develop- ments Indicate that thtsJlplief is erroneous. Borne very rich specimens have been t-ikeu out, and tho are sanguine that the parent ledge wi'.l bu fouiwl. from which fie dual and now tiolnn panned out. tog desk. His custom often was to eat the entire meal without looking at it or resting from ha or business atwo- during the time when Oroauil.: greAtest wonder ia the slate of Iowa, and perhaps in any other stale, is what is called tho "Walled' in Wright county, twelve mUes north of '.he and Pacific railway, and ISO miles wet t of Dubuque city. laka is from two U> threo feet higher than tho earth's sur 'aoe. In some places the wjall is ton feet high, fif- teen leot wide at tlxt bottom and five fiwt wultt at the top. Another fact Is the ot the btonea used in tbe Ihe whole ottoum varying in weight fjoot thrae tone down to 100 uituudi. ii.. in j Wright and often would flad him hurlisd in writing or law at 4 o'clock in the hours without i abundance ol atones in i wngnt county, out r.urrouudbijt the lake to the of five or tcnmilM So can r'orm have been washed. It Is to bs hoped that! tliL-lr expectatlonj will be realized to the fullest extent A correspondent of the wrltiMi as follows: "Thcso placers wero discovered about tbe latter part of September by _ Miguel Trujlllo, a mliwr of conslderablu ex- ol> Iiu was hunting in the vlclaity, and water being scarce, proceeded to dig in the bod ot creek. Reaching water at the depth ot two tout, and scraping tbe sand from the bedrock, be found several pieces, of gold, weighing from ten cents to dol- lar. BolBg satisfied of the riohnooa ol the gulch, lie secretly notified a few friendu and returned to tbe mines, where, for two months and a half, they have been qiuetly dry washing nnd throwing up tho d.lri pre- paratory to thn rainy season. liecsotiy parlies living in the iota Yslley, hurtog Biuplmons aroused by taking 'out supplies, followed them, ana mado their discovery public. As yet, gold In paying quantities has only :beon found to ejctnt in TrajiUo Quicli and ono tributary. Vroai too forks of tho creek -where discovery was made, gold baa been found and claims ataked off extot.ding down tho ravine o. dietancti of three-qui of a mile, and up the north and sontb forks each fox perhaps haU a mile near Lhci sources, wliero they debouch from tho ailu tiern. Tbe character of the gold is whit Is termed cowcw, mngmg from ft Ulne T. Breiv- llo been poltC'j pjllcc jiu'icx, oonptroller, liien !T Worr canwil by again bitu ia tbe uia'ler of bte blur mi n va uiulermined he all )i. The Iriinn Kail sona ntgbt dc- ntftii Itag 'hat Ball uj ail ninl endoMlr g Governor iti.vtxR, Th> iliiu thr bill i." rjt, liy a Isdiubtfuiab-ui U-i paiMIOI tt annto. ta-w TUIHSTON, N. J.. Dee. Twenty-four i cf Princeton College weio arrnsltd hero )i nitiiit On c, charge of COndur. They oiune In two large and b- toelr and conduct dlHurb :d sjje pcmt. jgttdt wMfiaud ffrorUmv Maitfc. WKTi.oiti Jan. tho latt ui :h- botwuon Col. MctLaug.btlri and Andm OhriHol, the latter his ooilur btmo bi in tlio drattourul, Ami the etron t Moljiui liliu j Arrlx nt York, tho CoUta, and 41 -ciln, fn iu Hurder, from jfc At ths frore York. __ THCt Ml 111. in werii t; srued; Ou t poiiim of A.1- nviil i, ICy., by Tbc tlw Ky fin H t'i f wltary Mic in Here to a duggeaUte little story of Boaton origin. A young man in that city, who had always been poor, received R bequest of He couldn't stand the and atralKhtwar canmi- of diasipa- tlou which waa continued until imly ot moOTy nnwjncd. At bis rather made an appeal to him jusl I an youth the .of fil j tha Iwianoo of to his Thtn Mje country is rolling prairto. The rauM have been ileii there at the time of tbe bulidicg n' the well, In tbe sprtog of tbo yeor 1WB hocti was a great alarm, ud the Ice on the lake broke toe.wail IB several places, awl f arraera In tbd Tkcinitj' were obliged 1 c> IS the damages Jo lake a suriate of S.8CO of M great' tf feet. TJw to and ctrtd; thi sandy and loMny. been able to wlmre tin ratcv frotia norwhert it jroei.yet is always okxsi and fretjo, Tutm In Hie oasa ot Chainaaa IL M. t the editor ot Haattoglon, for a of gailtj was color up to chunku of 820 and A nugget welKalng "llh panicles- ot quarts attached, containing perhaps t2Q of gold, WM found a few days prior to oor arrival there. Some Hill, Fmacidfo clwk Londoa and FnmdMO ftkofc, tunwtad im KMft Chsicu. Md HMH fciothtn, his cltira on the rtmla euitii, while i ma- jority wine of the opinion that he luitf! ound M uuoplcion being aroused l.y Ills Milan ia toauderltw off alitne among tb> caappuoIUlla bolore and after ike btHtfa Ofcr'QW, Cat, T December 88. A Ooo ot the mod remarkable ot memory la not recorded iu U came before thn paolicf JoaiMrr, 1P47 ioe At New ft of boot wd Aboe f al on ftsWrfay; iiattilltkw WUUau Coffle, ralssiat ttbw of ito.Nt.aio fiwa tiO.'XHV In the inauer oi of ina PhiladtlpbU. Oarhjr ftUTwaj tho toart Uwt ite t uxoaod tloilt ttwir oteitar, ton vun-KdiuiliDf TtlM hyttiin. A Oft tlatv Vof tart OHfeiUd JvrtBor a ttwjwwMvs AtMto, S. J.. Jwwy City, oo a of At SldMJ, AiulraUa, a, tp his on trial u alibi, elatn nt to beai at tha time Quit the cflmpU Jnaut lobbed at homo in ins own but latett- of Horace noveJ. .he Old Itnton." wuieh man Lam bad. vnlk ol.ner cotanut ad to memory Tho nietttf of time di powd by tbji fkclaraiiaii taat iaaa's took two houni Md half. Ttue imornqr that isewiibk. -w! JUUMi, oMuiay his .tunwi, bc-gan: "Ia (Its tltts at Klog Heury, nJmn I bo KOOI] Dtifce fnm tbe wan ia Hot? load, bwl ftf JNNMbK of 9MOH Item OTROPKAR niRattom Day's granM From Worlc to the New. AHTICI.ltK. i_ i ;t7 (J U TATES Sixteenth A annul Ball -OF Troop X'iQlh Brigade, N.GAH.lf. AT AUMOUV Syracuse ftlcennetchor Mayjueratie T'L" 11 A. 1 i t" t to t .1 i M i v i. PA r-u i .T i-ntAt- ,if r( .ttt.if it -'I !t r.' M. 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A chap n a (tirl of mat place "if might see her home from at d receiving -i negativti answer, became so nad tliat aa girl waa HEALTH DISPENSERS tUoas; nl tho next Uuuday to church hornet her and threw aalf a pint of tinc- ttuo of sliriH on hct clothes, and when fine got me wurpi cnuix-n. nuu LUU mull aporalo, people bi-aan lo wnn- e. money at 1 bnrmnt; O c di nnu.. Ilia Kinda r boc i a u Walt met itt with larffo J of "jtn So 1 No 8. te '81, do'07. w do- 61 rwj; 'aur... un re rrwl Vilwuh, TAX A: MI. W. B. Tito f ivlt v vu T8. fRK, J 'J. (iinW miarJ fct Usfc, l v., i'.U.V flM JC'J U-. uf 8 .Mint; W< uaduuv OCIHM t CAlr-MvtM J ite
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