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   Times And Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1884, Marshfield, Wisconsin                             i -V- V1.1- ni -1 f S VOL. V.-INT0. 46.-TIMES. OF the imn manufacturing: states New Jersey is second only to Massachusetts in tho proportion of- her population that is diieotly -Tr- GENERAL NOTE3- NOTICE of a 10 per ed in manufacturing, aud second only was posted Tuesday in tho Bi to. in manu.ui.iu t., works, nt Birduboro, Fa. to Massachusetts in tho loumc vaiuc i ii gTATES SEN.vroR NESMITH Of manufactured products to popula-, piacod in an insane asylum at tion. Portland, Oregon. I Yorfc.mcr- BCRDETT FOOT, Tint Patent Office is prepares I m the South American and ta- progrcss of tho country for the Now Organs Exposition. artists aro at work making the draw- mnJred models Pm nominated for congress Ijy Louisiann District. India ink drawings of models to rep- glish 1UA M.IV- o 1 4. 1 I 111 CUt >Y resent tho mechanical and industrial and thov preferences for KELLOQO hns been tho Third Tho kiokws hold a conveDtion, mdorsod tho democratic nominee. THE potato yield in Canada, Now En- Rlanil, and NowYork is less than lust year, and rot and grubs sro injuring tbe crops; The western production is nlso below tho nveraye. 'EXPORTS from Now York (specie in- cluded) for the week ending Tuesday, were n-aiiiat for the corrcuponding period in Ax ns-oeiation wns .tamed Thursday, with a capital of to purchase oil property belonging t incs- will bo sent to New Orleans aiao. cently on trial in Now York City on a charge of marry ing a man known by her to havo a wifo living at tho time, admitted with somo embarrassment, in her testimony, that she could not read and write. She is a niece of the Mo President Andrew Johnson. Her confession need not bo regarded as surprising, for she does not belong to a literary family. ars Oi-lv meager reports havo been ecelved, but a ec-rio-us disaster is felired. AN accident to tho engine of Chicago and Alton train compelled it to .top early Tuesday morning between Paducah Junction and Oayuga, a man was sent'back to flag a freight following afwr, but did not. go far1 enough. .The.freight crushed into the passenger, throwing two deepers olf the track and setting them en fire, they-befog consumed with the engine ba.-gage, and fifteenfreight cart. A heavy rain and thunderstorm.prevail- ed at the time, but the passengers mir- aculously escaped.1 A JBRSILY.CITY dispatch of tho 80th, says a tai.k containing between tve thousand and six ,thouEand barrels of oil took fire this afternoon, at the -a oiks of the Standard Oil company. -The fire department prevented tho flames to property beyond tank The greater portion of the 01 wiw saved by pumped out from tin bottom Three employes wore.severely burned about tba legs, caught by the rap- idly flowing and blazing oil aa it escap- ed from tha burning tank. A ST JOHN, Newfoundland, dispatch of tho 20th, says the tteamer Brntol, from Montreal for arrived here with her propeller broken, having been smashed by a collision witt the.ice. There are 337 icebergs between Cape Freels and C-po Kace. An averago of MAESHFIELD, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1884. VOL. II.--NO. Aa Open Letter From the Rev. K. M. Two Parties. The Inconsistency of Carl Scliurz'Bcc- ord Shown by Extracts From uareer. OPEN LETTER TO THE REV. J. S, From the later Ocean.. CHICAGO, Sept. your advocacy of tho claims of the "prohibition party you assume certain positions which seem to me untenable, and which I desire to t; brotherly way. in the democratic party. They are, 11 not the haado oJ the party, THE CAUDAL APPE5DAGB that moves the body of the animal. The success of-this party would be .the triumph of the old slave power, and prepare the way for tbe obliteration of all distinctions between loyalty and treason. This is indicated by the utter- ances of rebel brigadiers on we floor ol congress and ileewhere. Jeff Davis more than intimates that the rebel sol- dier be pensioned from the treasury of the United States.. Let the South Earn the control of .the country and now long will it be before it de- mands compensation for the IOBSOB suf- teincd in thoir to destroy the cation? Should thb democratic party admit tho justice of these claims, and tax.tl.-c 'cc-uf.try to gay. them to the uttermost farthing, there would bo nothing in such action inconsistent of -I shall at least have tho satisfaction of knowing that I have done nothing toward fixing this stigma upon tbe state. Can you, my brotber, say as much if you cast your vote for the third The Lord gives us isdotn and common senee m all things. A LUNAR COLUMBUS. wit rrccJa ttuw yv cnuupc i-ill not join the assocntiou for tne. iceoerg8 pass St. John daily, you go further, and fay tnare is so of shutting territory jn the track of ocean steamy great ism's before1 tho country IT is reported that Baron Nordensk- jold, tho Swedish Arctic explorer, will undertake a voyage to the Antarctic Seas aud extend tho range of human discovery in that direction. There is no reason to suppose that ho has turn, ed his attention to tho 'South Pole in view ot the disposition manifested by hungry vessel crews looking for tho North Pole to eat each oilier up, in case of au inadequate supply of other provisions. _ China isabouTono-tuircl larger than tUo United and its territurics, and has eight Unit's Uio population of' this country-say, in round numbers, Records hack from beyond t'io liiuuoftho Noachian flood, and printing known, of a Chinese sort. years ago The Chinese wall which encir- cles' tho Empire on Uio Tarter sido is miles lonjr, thirty foot high, and twenty feot across tho top. Soms day Yankees will use it us a roadbed for a railway. A MiLvrAUKEK diSf-iUchlays: "Cou- Ci-ossmau Stephenson, of tho ninth district, states that Uio lumber mauu- facturoi-ei-3 will pay uo lUteution to tho rssolulion discussed by Ike meet- ing of tho Lumbermen's Association ia Chicago a few weeks ago. They will run their mills ualU the river freezes up. There will boa surplus ot about foot of logs left in the booms at tho closs of tho season. The preparations for going into tho Vfocds this season aro not being on as large ,1 scale as in somo previous men and boys are engaged all the year round m the North Sea fisheries. They aro expos- ed to a now nud jjrowinff danger in the shape of what are known as but what in reality are floating groR-Bhops. Those shops of tho sea sell liquors of the worst and fiery sort. It is believed to bo unknown to tho general British public, being, purchased in Holland. It produces most maddening Special mis- sionary efforts aro made to counteract the influence of tho "coopers." Fouv mission snuclcs aro now stationed with the fishing fleets. IT is refreshing to observe that the Lowell Courier can turn aside from the din and glamor of tho political campaign to discourse as follows: "Old-fasbiouod liomomado cheese is 1 norf seldom found m our farm- houses, whore it used to boas common as but- ter, Factory cheese may be belter, tnd it is considerable trouble to make small cheeses. But after all wo like once in a while to oat a piece of 'four- meal' or oven skim-milk cheeso, and, cheese is healthful and nutritious purpose of s and restricting production. C. A. Minton oi !jra causo you ___r no sorrow. me that tbe republicans haye_ been in and loathing in all virtuous c Tlio Alleged Facts About Silk Worms. Land and Water The jdeas of the ancients upon the subject of the origin of silk wore rather vasrue, some supposing; it to be tho entrails of a spider, -which fatten- ed for years upou paste, at length burst, bringing for ill its silken treas- ure- others that it was spun by a hideous horned grub in hard nests of which were not dispelled till the sixth century, when tke first silk worm reached Constantinople, introduced and cultivated, like many, other benefits, by the wandering monks. From thence they were soon imported into Italy, which for a long period remained the headquarters of the European silk trad you care to know T-f'hat tltU work ir J like, and hoir it is doriel Some of it ioeks like delicale, exquisite lace; somo resembles embroidery, and other copies exactly very fine crocheting. A pieca of cloth. Jiiien being the host, is taken and certain of the threads are pulled .out. What and how told of it by their immediate progem- threads dopend upon; the patem tors remember about the moon hoax. i Tbe'idea of intelJigent inhabitants on I the earth's well known and popular i satellite seems to possess a fascination for the human mind, and it is now re- AMronomer Relative to Uio MOOII. niiltttMplJa Inquirer. Mobt people old enough to have anything of it, or to have been ported that amazitij and unpreceden- ted success has attended 1.he last attempt at lunary discovery which is said to have been made by an-1' Professor rejoicing i Bfendmann. This gentleman, as of it appears by Sometimes "all the threads running ono way are taken" out, sometimes part one way and part- another, mak- ing sq-aare of cloth, a square of threads and a third square of hole. Then certain patterns into the remaining threads with a Handkerchiefs, .napkins, towels, dresses trim- med with it. I have seen a. handker- chief with a border two tbe story, hit upon the idea that wyCi fOr vhich the woman trouble with the moon was that, m- wno made if charged. When I until Henry IV., of France, seeing the mulberry i power nearly, a quarter und that during this time they come so corrupt that there is little to choose between them and the democro- p0itod in tho Now York Stock Exchange Tueeday. In '-he same city imam Fercuson, clonk manufacturer, as3iKned to John F. Adams; and George M. Man- gor, a Baltimore butcher, also made an MBsignmeHt, his trustee's bonds being placed at Crafts' arriving at St. John report j -t tnat of prohibition, and, as one on M ,s about as goodas the other, a change of administration micht prove a blessing rather than a comity, You.hold these view, hon- CABLEGRAMS. TWKSTY-OSE have been ar- rostcrtiu l.liciiy Vienna charged n nuchmarn's with com- anarchist TUESDAY beis z the anniversary of nasaiiiff large quantities of wreckage on the -cfst of L-ibrador Thursday. Fierce hurricanes wero experinnced tho same schooner Lizette, was lost but the crew saved. Heavy d wasters from tho north are anticipated, coption brvy appears like a miniature polar eea, being dotted with seventy- nine large A TOROXTO dispatch of the 2Bfch states that three Pullman coaches and the private car of Chief Engineer Eanna- ford, of the Grand -Trunk express for Montreal and Boston, loft the track near Pickering station, Wednesday evening, owing to a1 broken frog went over an embankment25 feet At the time of 1830, the citizens ___ of iRiido it the occasion of a The great Demonstration ajjainiit the gov- ornment. THE report of the ravages or tne cholera, throughout Italy for tho past twenty-four hours fiivu totul of 433 f-03h cases nnd 103 deaths. M Naples ema ot the o-ccideu; it was very dark, and the cepper- .eae, a apologist for the who not only refused to vote supplies for the war, but who threw hiB wlioJo influence against its successful prose- cution. WHKS TEE PAST HKTOBY and present condition of this party is candidlv considered, one is reminded of Dr. Jon'son'slegof mutton that he des- cribed aa being "badly cooked and bad- QU fin had can be. Ana calamity. "ul" cnoea aa uumg v" estlv, and it is your undoubted, right to d ag bad aa bad can be. An Drocfaim and defend them. You, of I brother, would bavo me believ the rain was pouring down m torrents, crasb Of tho rollunK cara, thj woru 2-1 fresh cases and 1S1'deaths, against 304 cases and 75 deaths for the preceding hours. THE report Hint Russia, Germany aid Austria Havo eidod with Franco against Enirlaud in tha Egyptian controversy is llv confirmed, and Bcroams Of women and the groans, and shrieks of the wounded emanating from the intensa darkness was terrible to listen to. Tho horrors multiplied when Chief Engineer Hannafords car course, do not expect them to pasi un- challenged, and will, I trust, give can- did consideration to the objections that are urged against them. As honest mpn have a common interest in reaching- the right conclusions on thfs question. What, then, is the :TEK OF THE DEMOCRATIC TARTY "elevation to power wo contem- plate with so much complauencj.' we do not f Jrget in this connection that everr partv numbers among its mem- bers iudividuals who aro better men than the majority of their associates. Still, every party makes for itself a record that is an open book, M epis.Je that oetween this party and tho party of justice and humanity, by which it is opposed, there is little or nothing to choose. To do this, I must stultify my- self and become oblivious to the kistory of our country for tho last twenty-five years Do you ask "What has tins party I reply with the blessings it suppressed or crushed out the provinces as in Italy, introduced orm ulture, success. tooK England in tha Egyptian controversy is substantially confirmed, aud a report that Russia is strengtlr-uirig .her war fleet in tiio Black Sea is significant in thifi connection. Tnu whole English is urging upou the uovernmont immediate atten- tion to tho state of tho navy. The ques- tion ia attracting1 unusual attention and The foreign press considers that Euglaivl has nothing to fear while she continues to hold her coaling sta- tions in all iwrts of tho world. IA Putts states tho government ex- pects advices within a week that Admire! Courbot has occupied tho fortified Olllt.1. firo Tho flames bui-ned fiercely, des pite the pouring rain and quickly com- municated to tho Pullman coach that Ciime next, though there the flames wert staid. A large number ot townspeo- ple soon gathered and assisted m ine tbe pasBongws from the burmne Pullmaa. Aa quickly as possible the passeagers were collected together and the roll called, when it was found that about a dozen were injured, but none seriously, Ono of the coaches smashed into 1 wero whirled over- most gigantic rebellion known in the ty o world's history. In doing this it disap- 000( pointed the hones of eld world tyrants and e'evated our country to a foremost position amongthe nations of t-eeartli. It emaKcipatea millions of slaves and dowered them with the rights Of citi- It has civen our country a --one better known and read of all men." "A tree It has given our cc isTown by its fruit." What kind or, currency than which there is nc fruit liis this democratic tree yielded? in the civilized world JrJ further back, von and I know the De0plc with bnrdenso1 To CO no further back, you and I know that the annexation of Texaa and the war -with Mexico was a democratic measure in ths interests of slavery. The Kansas and Nebraska outrages were a foul blot upon the escutcheon of our country, nlaced there by party. sing the peopl it is paviu ithout oppres- rdensomo taxes our national debt with a aion, and advocated treason lor yearj, and finally plugged the nation into the horrors of civil war. The leaders of the Q of the coaches was were for the most part demo- kindling wood and all d those them who are now genorally active mom bore or An overwhr-lm- is a surprisa to ourselves and an astonishment to our enemies. Tho most sober and careful statement what this grind oM party ha, done oiacea mere u3 LUO for the country since it called ADra- Thi8 same party taught fieces- liam Lincoln to the presidential chair and over several times; yet many of the occupants escap- ed absolutely unhurt, wkilo most of tho Courbot has occuptea wiu heights commanding Kee-Luog, on the i.h2nd ot F.rmOBa. This wi 1 con- san sidered ns a guarantee of crtator valuo than iho money indonuutv drnandod, tan o and will enable France to await the ful- fillment by China of the Tien- Ism troaty. A "DISPATCH from Rome oJ tho 12th says; To-days official bulletin of the cholera for tho lust twenty-four hours in various purts of Italy is as follows: Naplej City, fresb cases, S09; deaths, m Pfoviiica, 13; deaths 10. Cunco, fresh cases, 10; deaths, 7. 19. Caaertm fresh cases, 23; deaths, Genoa, fresh oases, 50; deaths, Purraa, fresh caaes, 0; doathj, i. THE London Timns oE tho 38th, that up to midoiRht Thursday tha total mimlwr of deaths in from chol- W.132. Of these Italy had France, 5.708. Spain 300. vince of Naples has now furnished moio dcallw than the whole of Franco. The disease has now got a firm grip ontl-e city of Gouoa Vespita the ridiculous cor don kept around Spossm to save Marpie Citv To this barbarous measure whiol literally scared and starved the into tho-disease, may be ascribed the frightful mortality that has prevailed there. eri absolutely wounds are of a slight character. Tho iujurad were taken to Whiter, where medical aid wai procured. Die dam- ase to tho truck aud rolling stock is es- tiniiited ac FROM THE CAPITAL. Tnis president has appointed Hon. Waltor Q. Gresham, of Indiana, the postmaster general, to the vacant sec- of the treasury. Assistant Postmaster General Frank Hatton ,ow actiag chief; of the post office de- partment: THE excess of value in exports or merchandise over imports lor the twdvo months ended AuR- 31, 1884, was 877 174 341 TBe total valuo of imports It merchanJise.for the .same time was for the previous twelve tnolllhc O7f) ofij. tie democratic party. te em inp- majority of the men who at the ;_i tii a rphr. on. made hasta to clothe thsmselves with perjury as with a garment, ant1, who threw themselves heart and soul into the vrar 1SSO, SOUXDS LIKE WILP EXAGQEKATIONS. And you and the friends who are co- teresting extract from tho Courier da Lyon showing the extraordin- ary Quantity ofsilk there annually con- sumed at that period: "Raw silk an- nually consumed thtre, 000 of kilogrammes, equal to pounds English, on which the waste in manufacturing is 5 per cent. As four cocoons produce one grains firrain) of silk, of cocoons are annually consumed, making their number of caterpillars reared (includ- ing the average allowance for_cater- riflcrs bad cocoons, and those kept for The length of the silk of one cccoon aver- GOO metres feet sS that the length of ihe total quanti- i ty of silk spun in Ljons is .6 000 000 (or sis and a halt trillions) of English equal to fourteen times radius of the earth's .orbit, or 5 times the equatorial circuoi- ference of the earth, or times the the moon. ns a Bom harder. London TniVh. I suppose that there are no people in the world so fond, of remarking notes in tho eyes of ethers aud so blind to the beams in our own eyes as we are. "We are mortally indignant with the French for -warring with the Chinese through lust of empire and we are terribly shocked at their having destroyed the Chinese fleet. Sucn barbarism wo do not imagine to be stead of not having light enough, the astronomer had entirely too much her by. The intensity of the light power ol the moons ph'ere ho found was so g--eat as sert- ouslv to affect the correctness of the observations. Forcibly struck with this idea, as Dr. Hohn'.-manr, was with that of the roan who jumped into a second bramble bush to scratch in aeain "homo-Aop-athicaliy" the eyes which the first bramble bush scratched out the professor set about devising1 some means of making the object class of his refractor less refractory, which'tie did by smoking the glass with the smoke of camphor, when, after mouths of experiment, he got a the tire of this work'I'will become an maker. A.TIU. TtJU mill UMC it 11BU.V4U 131-" operating with you aro content to have possibie. And yet, why did we bom- this party superseded by a d.mocracy !g d Alexanaria? Why did we make represented by men like Grover Cleve- i-------------j land and Carcor Harrison! I am glad that vou "appreciate tho fact, that you aro renderm? the democratic party an invaluable service, in supporting_trte r you, A-ould he an to dokVuction of tbe government-, thi- pmocrats. Wli.n rebel armies doubt observed that the democratic nrcss indulges in no these same decrease, FROM a statement prepared in the land office stowing the disposal of pub- lic for the fiscal year ended June 30 1S34, it appears the cash sales amoHutod to acres, of the valuB of Origioal home- stead entries included acres; Bnal homestead entries, and timbftr culture entries, acres The miscellaneous disposals aggregated acres, including acres'-of railroad lands, for which received. The number (if acres of land dis- posed of under all toads, including fi nal homestead .entries, was .841 wore -democrats. were preparing to capture and dfsmen..ber the nation, t men denied the rigbtof the government to take up arms in self-defense. THEY DISCOORAOED VOLDSTF.EEISQ for the war and denounced the draft as oppressive and tyrannical. This was done with such effect that their demo- cratic friends in New York and else-] where organized mobs that burned orphan asjluras, murdered patriotic citizen, and threatened whole cities with destruction. The organs of this nounced Union soldiers as Lin- relings and dogs; who wore the ho had fastened at .out their Tho president of the TjD.ited States, ono of the grandest men ever born woman, ww followed by per- sistent abuse., and scoffed at as an imbe- cile f Aatic. During the four years of the war, whue the Southern wing of the party was moving earth and hell to de- stroy the government, their allies m the criticism on your course, but commends in the most emphatic terms your, con- scientious adhesion to your principles. Do you novel ask "What evil have I that tlieso -men should bo UalU -J an admiral a peer, and give mm 000 for this feat? Why, too, did we make a. general a peer, and eive him a like sum for defeating with mucn slaughter a crowd of harmless that when half a dozen Arabs attacked them with spears they dm not even attempt to defci-id themselves? When the French make Admiral Courbet a peer, anu give mm. 000 francs for sinking some .Chinese "imboats. and when they compare this victory -.lo the greatest achieve- photograph of the moon in just required sort-of twilight. This tograph he mag-nified in a solar mi- croscope to the extreme..? moderate diameter of only 55 feet, when lol his research was rewarded by Ap- pearance of towns, habitations, nelds and seas, and sisrns of judustry and traffic. At last accounts the professor was still continuing his researches. It is not stated that lie worked, with more than one glass, but the accounts of what he siw indicate that he several. "It is safe in these said a high school professor and distm euished electrician, to whom a para craph from a London paper gravely detailing the Blendmann discoveries was submitted, "it is not safe to that anything told of the results scientific research vaay not be uue but I don't believe that." Then h poioted out the internal evidence ij the account itself against its correct ness Astronomers, doub saw the actual surface of the moon through its extremely attenuated at mosphero, if it had any. Tnat it wa. a -worn-out world was evident, ros sibly assuming the correctness of th evolution theory, it -was a fraemen of the earth. If so, it no doubt ance had seas, buf they had probably been withdrawn into the inside. At .least there were none visible on theoutiide. aeain, to magnify an required powerful light. It was precisely with the object getliog a lj.rhl that telescopes were made laWr and largtr, and if the selenist found he had too much, why did he Trip I" IniUnit ik.% to Veils Peterson and Tetiir Miller, Danish sailors, reached-this-port last ight in an Indian canoo-, havinj.1: raveled all the way from, the island f Kodiac, near Alaska; in tfteir skin- ight craft, writes tf corresponden t rom Victoria, British Columbia, Ui The Sa-i Francisco Chroiaicle. In an interview with Petersen, he said: attempted the trip just to see t could be done, and having purcbim- d the canoe, we -fitted her .out with >roTisions and embarked. We left he island of Kodiac June 4, bound or San Francisco. At Neuchic, about hree hundred miles from Kodiac, we anded and obtained fresh supplies ot provisions, having been out -about ;wenty-six days. We stayed there two days, and took the skins off our canoe. oiled and replaced them, and started 'or Capo Yakatat, which wa reached in eight more days. In Behring hay we passed a large glacier, extending from the water's edge for mites inland. The reports made by the snapping of large portions of tKe ice as they fell from the prlacier into the sea could have been heard for miles away. It was toward dusk and the weather was very cold, owing to the presence of such large masses of ice. Before reaching Yakotago, however, wa shot at one of a number of sea-Horns, meats of modern it will bo time v-" enoueh for us to abuse ana jeer at lid enough to adnut.tnat jY h collars ecks govern wero extending tkem aid and stroy north comfort in all practicasle ways. Their 1 tho triumph oE the democracy in Illinois would probably lead to a great increase in drinking and drunkenness. Such a victory would give a staggering blow to the causo of temperance and be follow- ed bv such legislation as would bo ac- ce-itablo to the brewers, distillers, and saloon-keepers of the state. Tour aa- sumution that an increase of voice and crime would be only temporary and lead to reaction that would The Dog's Intelligence. Boston Budget. A dog requires excitement, and lias y for the interests of .outward a era-ring objects. Feed him well, and shut him up alone in an apartment, andne suffer under ennui like a nae irentleman, and become troubled and uneasy for want of occupation or not simply use a smaller telescope? The camphor smoke and the diametsr of 55 feet made the Professor smile, and he said that he had never met or heard ol ilic enterprising and saga- cious Blendmann. ____ IU W I isLivu j lut. --------j PROMOTE VIHTUE AND TEMrERAXCH, j amuscmcnt. If the windows be left acres, and aggregate -receipts This is an increase over the dis 993 as c food, tho farmer's table would be bet- ter supplied if tho old custom of mak- ing a few cheeses for family use in hot wenther were now THE climato of Jamaica is said to be the most perfect in the world. Ac- cording to statistics tho average tem- perature on tho coast from Juuo to .November is SO degrees, and from November to June T5 degrees. In tho mountains, feet above loYCi, tho average is OS degrees all tho Tho mercury is; never known to go higher than. 05 degrees, and that very rarely, norbelow.GO degrees, Situated in the track of the trade winds a most healthful breeze blows over tho island nearly every day in the and at night a cool .gentle brewelcomes mouutaias.1 CRIME. Jons B. PAGE alulJ.M. Hnven, for- merly President and Secretary ot the Kutlaud (Vt.) EaUroad Company, were indicted Tuesday for ombezlmg OCO. ANNIE STAMUEKQ, an csteem.ed young woman residing at Calmivr, Iowa, com- mitted suicide Tuesday night. Her marriage was sot for tho near fu.ure, and no cause is kaowu for tho act. AFTER ransacking tho houss of a wealthy resident of Pana, III., Monday tho burglar retired t. sleep .none of .the bodroouu, came down m tho morning, procured and ate breakfast at his table, and cosily loft tho premises when dis- covered by a servant. FOR tho murder of his Joseph Sarver, aged IS, was hanged Tuesday at Indiana, Pa. Michael Murray, whoRO sanity was executed at Ebensburg. Pa., -leaving a letter staling that persons who had the power of witchcraft exercised a spell over, him, which prompted him to commit the murder, THE Buchanans, of the insolvent whisky firm, aro slUl missing from Louisville, and tho rumor now u tnat they have gone to Nassau, m the Ber- mudas, to which place thoy exported a quantity of whisky. Tho mann- of tho Fidelity Trust company ympathy with1 the rebellion protrwto. the war for Tears, and led to the. sacri- fice of thousands of-lives. This same party was furious against employing colored men in the army, and resisted with all its power the emancipation of the slaves. When in spite of their op- position the slaves were declared free, the democracy, true to its instincts and its traditions, opposed seem to me not only unreasonable, but preposterous. This plan for promoting reform is s.) entirely original that one la led to suspect that it wan made to and Cor a special purpose. We do not think sending ship loaus uternielons to Naples aa a. remedy ;holera, nor recommend an increase of niad dogs as a cure for hydrophobia. are to engage in the work of over i-irnrppd SSaKtSoT ESSSf. "flK the close of-the V.-I.T. _ -mft-r of' acres, which sold for 137 aro not included in tho foregoing, In the amount of. land, disposed during the fiscal year, Dakota Car ii .tho. lead of all the and territories, with Nebraska second, wnJi 3.105 acres; JUnneaota third, with acres orer being Of is states railroad land-'Kansas fifth, with acres; California acres; and Washington Territory seventh, with acres. The remaining. states and territories disposed of loss than acres each. '.Of the 11 000 000 acres disposed of m Dakota nearly acres wsro taken under railroad grants _ the -war, TEE RECORD OF THE PARTY has uhown little or no improvement. Durisft a11 thc36 years it has beei: a hungry and thirsty party, having "seven principles, five loaves, and two fishes." It was ready to sup- port an old-tima abolitionist when doing so promised to givn them access to the public crib. Failing in this, the party was equally ready to vote for a patriotic -Union General when thorewa, a pros- drown from the ,Kor states that duplicate warehouse receipts "e havo been found, adding that will be there -pect i that under bis leadership they A in tfce Air, A foe nil the more lUnserous becausa unsocn. lurks lathe air o! fomlitj- ivbero mulnrta SorelopeH the vnporizatioa ot coutammated w.th de- SreU Fever npe, bilious re- forms of fnvor. Sumb'- lght secure the spoils of office. The managers of tbe party have made themselves infamous by their trafio in the use they havo made of -cipher and forged docu ments like the "Horey letter The open, he will find resource in looking out of it, and will divert mmself with the passing.' scene, and take a lively concern in the doings of the other dogs in the street. This is a pleasure which we -trace in no other animals, and it is not indeed observable m all coming com evil with evil, let us proceed cautiously and on a small we ight commence by breaking up a sin- Sabbath Bchool, and Bend the boys to a low nauseum. iarly prone to it. They are eminently social We shall, never, forget a Newfoundland dog belonging to a provision dealer, with whom we had a street acquaintance. It was his busi- Sunday theatre or dime i ness to sf> about in the wagon, as a The lewd songs and indecent Drotector of the good things therein, as he rode aipng streets, most manifest and most lively was theln terests he took in the moving scene, duchess in the land ever lounged more luxurious .an our friend ncrformances might disgust them that thoy would return to the Btudy of the bible with new zest. Such a "reac- tion" would ba "gathering grapes of thoras" ot th'6tle8- anf Let us take another view of thc subject. Society is but an aggregation of indi-. viduals, and is improved only as mdi- vidualB are mado bettor. One of your neighbors has been in tbe habit of going on a spree regularly once a month. After a while he in- creases his potations, and is drunk er- eryweek. Just where d OCR .the reac- tion come in that is to save him FR051 A nRONgAIID'S ORAVE, _ tjr Ou LLLIJ1 fc exhibited in tke wagon. His favorite attitude was lying with his forepaws dauRlinK over the front, and his great head Ulling on them. Any long stop- pace, we remarked, made him un- easy; and he displayed his pleasure when his carriage was again m mo- tion by dancing from side to siae like a narrot on its perch, and uttering a a rypliold cliaraoter av o i U ijro- incts iero s no mitolr, uTcu-Jor tbe VIE- crS'conSutSiion, unfortUlcd .Midi- (oe, And danprr to PJMOIIS of or teotlla coiKUU.-.ioD, Is doubly treat rrotoc- tlon may. howeror, bo sought wth C8rfa.lntyn HistettoVBStoaiaoij Bitvew, tho oiui and apooino for tKe disown. It tho bowris, purities .anoMe. tha livor, ind by. bliod nenltMullT stlraultles ihb liv hicnaaing the ailirity o.' variola, puts tbn oil tunnl dlsoaso. sides Its lawfulness febrito proT.nUvo Bo- o, no essential meanness of the party was ne'vcr more clearly revealed than in con nection with tho election of eight years aeo 'The republicans behoved that Hayes :wai fairly elected, the democrats doubted, or -affected to doubt this and insisted that a commission should oe rained to decide whether Hayes or Ti Iden should be inaugurated. Tbe. re- publicans assented to tlie arrangement with reluctance, but wisely, m view of the disturbance with which the country was threatened. When tho commission decided otherwise than was expected and transformed -him into a good citi- zen. Or bring it nearer home. Xour Rob ia a good, generous boy, but inclin- ed to bo a little fast. With all your a parrot on its perch, quick bark of satisfaction. The curiosity of dogs is another flner rpmody i ,t of-General. 0-resh.; am .of.tlw.Troasury, in place of Judge Folger. deceased, will be recognized everywhere as a fitting and appropriate disposition of that important President Arthur has neither tho Department as ft the political campaign nor as a stepping stone for his own political future. General hat the full confidence of the coun- try, earned by 'an. industrious and unsullied 'career, in military, civil, and '___, appointment could freer .objection and hardly" any could have .oeen made firing Belter proiniie of usefulness to tho public v ACCIDENTS. GuftLiR BROTHERS' butter and cheese factory, at DeKalb, IU.. was destroy ed hy firo" Thursday eveniDg. ine insured for one-half. M E, HALE'S mill and salt block at Tawas City.-llioh. ;were burned.M.onday night, the approximating- Tbe daily product of tho work was uy 000 fett of lumber and and 380 barrels of salt. Two cafj and carp, were fire after the collision, between a and train, on the Chicago and Al- ton railroad, near Paducah junction. Several persons ware more orlesam- iurefl, Tho loss to the railroad company is estimated at j5xg MoijnKJ' Iowa, dispatch of the 23th. states terrible itorm of wrnd and hail passed over the southern part betw.ean 7-and 8o'clock for dyspftixilA. ai-1 loorgftnic uinludifcS. Vf'fiat She Thought. y Youugstow-n Saturday Nicht. 1 In -what sense H the term goose- tptr used, George, in connection -with base ball a young lady. "Goose-ejrK 1 It .means nothing, Angelina. Tnat is to say, it means a cipher. The player who fails to score anything is said to make a goose- 1111107! I thought it meant something entirely different "IndeeS. What -was your idea of it might' be an laid by same of the 'fouls' ..of the game." The Biff JlreTreiry. __.. J. Hirich, BrevferyjL. I.. N. Y., employs large aumtW: hands, and tried BL .the for by the democrats, themselves and they found "HOIST -WTTH THintOWS bank building nit oU Wall liake wasrunroofed, an nwnawned, Stro.gkilled Thndimira to property at Wall board. [KMhIU. f----i------- j j 1 Lake quality which they have m common with our kind. No matter how fati- g-d a_ dog may if he taken .no irayers and eflorts, you have not quite a straBge apartment, succeeded in training him m the -way t tu he n. succeeded in training him m the "way he should go." How would it do to discard the old-fashioned methods, and adopt this new process for promoting purity and temperance? You encour- age Rob to visit the saloon, and tho the strange in the hope he will not lie as taken a sur- power of vice to produce virtue, why should practii sople -in the south. The boys who wiuce they fell to abusing the majority of the commission, and have .been whining about tho "stealing of the Presidency ever since. To show that there has been no improvement in this party we havo only to refer' the -colored people whole population of the country is counted as the basis of Congressional representation. By kueping or driving arco numbers .of colored voters from therriollirtno'political power of the whita man's--'.party, in the. soutk is largely. augmented; and there is. hardly a pre- colored citizens ar.a allowed YoWiniBuch a manner as-to jeopardize democratic supremacy. The men .who control, 'the politics of the southern states' 'have no power to re-enslave the black mail, but they have tbe. power to robliffii of Ids rights, and this they do wlthout'.inercy. H-they favor hia education, it is only education :as prepared Mm to condition, not fair him with a life of sin and fihamnislx) develop in him the best traits of a manly and Christian character. Possibly it may but it is far more probable that he will KO as an ox to the slaughter, and as a fool to the correction of the.stocks, until his flesh and his body aro consum- ed Having faith in the reactionary ___J__. AlVtTT vev of the room and smelt of every article in it. Dogs, as we have before attempted to prove, are rogues and cheat liJse men, and they aremurder- a consciousness of their not very uncommon, to find a dog .Mi Astonishing Story. A dog which was a favorite of theirs and re- garded as of thoroughly irreproach- able training, was charged by some of thei neighbors wi th worry ing sh eep at night. The family rebutted tnis charge on the ground that the dog was fastened into their kitchen at and was "never let out until the servants came down m the morn- The farmers, however, persisted that they knew the dog well, and had seen him --'oing from the sheepfold, though he -fad managed to escape them. When this was urged so strongly fis to mike it imperative on the lo take some further steps, one of the daughters volunteered to sleep m thc kitchen and watch tne dogs be- havior. When thoy made up the young lady's bed, the dog seemed very rest- loss and strsnge, but by and by be settled down, all was silent. A little after midnight he got up, came to the bed and sniffed about un- til be had satisfied himself that the lady was Kot awake. Then lie leapeo into the -window seat, lifted the catch, to the shutters and opened them. Thenbeian'didthe latch of the win- dow, which he opened, and then dis- aPAfter a'long interral he came back closed and fanned -the window and shutters, and linishcd 'by licking his own feet, and tbe marks which he had left by springing on the floor. To tne terror ol tbe seeming slacper, he now came and dosdy scrutinized her, but she kept still, .and he at last crept to his own bed. As soon as she heard the servants stirring, thc lady, rostt softly and slip- Tied through tho door. But tae guilty 5oc had marked her. He sprang up and made a dasli at her with most undisguised fury, for he saw that Ins secret was d iscovered and his character blasted by one whom he now regarded as a hateful spy. Fortunately, she Kot thti door fast shut in time, and at once alarmed the wounding it, whereupon the whole herd made for.the canoe, which we managed to keep well away. We next landed Liitiiya bay, and next at Cape Spencer, -which is forty muei farther south. We made our next landing at Harrisburg. Fort Wran- gell we made in -wet -weather. Wo had southeast winds and thence left for 7ort Simpson, peeling with better wsather. From there -we left for Bella Bella, and at this time we began to feel rheumatic pains from long ex- posure. On Sept. 1, we left for Fort Kupert, and OB the 4th encountered a heavy gale from the southeast. Dur- ing this YVO ]'an sunken rock and stove in tho. bow of the caaoe. which began it being ialf full of water before we cnuld run ashore. We occupied exactly 1G5 days in making the; trip. We intend to go to Portlapd, and from there to San Francisco, taking the canoe for it all the wiy.'a'n'd at the latter place we consider out- trip_ at an end." The canoe is. made of sea-lion's skin stretched upon frawework of pme jibs of alder. There are v, two apertures fer the reception, of the layakers, around whose in rough weather is 'tied a bladder-Jike skin attached to the canoe. The oil- skin coats of two men beinK again diawn down and lied around the Jiper- tures, completely revent the entrance of water, and the craft is enabled to go right through the Mft which would swamp larger ves- sels. It -weighs, seventy-five poundi when empty and draws ten inches of water. It is nineteen feet two inches long and two feet four inches The paddles -are double bladed. Too.. Good .a Report iWall Street News. Insurance "It's all right, The doctor says you are the best risk lie has ever examined." "The best "Yes; soundent constitution and perfect health, you know." trouble about He said there .was.nothiittg ou from living a huridwl "Did he say that? "Yes, indeed. No youvcasc to prevent y vears." "You don't, mean "Honest truth. Come right around to my oftice and I'll fix- up the papers at once." -r.-1- "No, thank you; it won't pay.. too healthy." Thc Financier's Danghtcr. Texas SifitaRS. Mrs. idea.. any. daughter of mine of marrying Misit "But, .mft. he u such a nice young man, so ;jentle- manly, and then, you hirhly %o matter, be is -only a carpenter and YOU must break -with. nun-. once." ma, wasn't pa a mechftiucr "'What idiocy 1 Of course not. He was a financier." ouse. But the d 9 to a kennel after one of these assasj sinations. Half a dozes of the long- pared bow-wows were squating en in one corner with 'But ke SKJK so himself." v, 'Nonsense! He handled nower o should you not reduce your theory to practice in your own family If you do BO, your boy will go to destruction, but f of bjs and for [la ether diei wd u Id ifithout.it Lncir particularly grave faces, which meant to speak an innocence that was un- luckily belied by the spots of blood on their coats. While he was examining the body of the deceased they kept yawning and licking their chops with r-. _ -j t thfty had kitchen and at last a gun -was Drought, mous pointed through ail aperture, and he was shot dead. whisky the people fe long red tongues, as. it had with more striking illustrations of the of concernL in what, was ith evils of intemperance. You may- De willing to offer your sons on -TOE ALTAR'OT? MIS MOLOCH. I do not foel called-.upon to-makc such a- sacrifice. It is evident, my brother- that either :you.or I are-wronR with regard to this third party move- ment. Every man must be loyal to own conscience and give account lor himself to God. I am confirmed in my conviction tlat I am.nght in this mat- ter by the1 fact that m refusing to aid, directly or indirectly, in to election of SI not'to :be forgotten I expose myself to tbe K b'ut it .was evident that they were by no means easy in their minds. The dogs which bore no marks of the fray and which were presumed to Dtt moved about as usual, with quite a different airV Since .'1874 the character .of'.the emigration to the United State? from the port of Hamburg has greatly chanzed. The percent ge. of farmers in 1S7-1 was 38; in 1883 ..it was 17. That of artisans in 1884 was 11 and Au American Lady In Mexico. A lady -who is sojourning .in Oli Mexico tells ua how sho broke tbe monotony of existence dowji there a to the Syracuse Journal: After T. had bean here'three -weeus sums o) and although. he sometimes took his tools ani. went out to mend a was only to kill time." x Among Toais Th5 proprietor of la We stg Austin sTOnue noticed tha pn head leVVliiUU" JU maledictions of tne whisky party. in a prettr wioo experience, extenduiK through a good-many years, it has been ray good fortune never to be found co- operating with :thia fraternity erecting in such a manner as to eecure in 1883 it was That of small in looo 11 -was. traders andclerks in 1874. was. 19, in 1883 itwas G. That .of -workmen in 1874 was in was 34. The total of emigrants was 484. the "days hegSB to drag, and -myself, what can. -I 4oJ. I recalled :Mrs. Browning's words, ''Get work. Yea but what work? What could one' find to do or to learn -where the majority of the people are poor Mexi- cans or IndiaJJB? I had had a peculiar kind of ueedlo-work done in the Uty of Mexico, soras by theiormer wife.of the: ruling President It -is pre- eminently ilexican work. 1 nad sat in an Indian's tent and learaed to weave baskets. Why not sit, .in -a Mexican's house and learn .to do needlework? I was very successful in my search for a teacher. A bright faced, intelligent Mexican girl offered to devote her mornings to me, and since then: the days have been.aH.top short. ant, :Who Iwok-kecper had hired a young assijt- that .young you hava asked the is u very nice young man; f .Me comes from Boston.'' "Comes from Boston, does ne! Just you keep- your eve Those Boston fellows of wattshiojc. 'Tnoy out, of your eye' teeth if.. chance. Z laiow-'cm. I- came from .there probation; V-I can'bear; tlieiricuTBes .with Ijvine in grand style in Smanimity; their would Thecostotu ving gr be" intolerable. -Harrison is away calc he ha, f u ments, W .follows: laeer, -lw -1 'i'.---   

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