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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - July 11, 1877, Cincinnati, Ohio2the Cincinnati weekly enquire a wednesday mob Jln amp july 11. 1877. The Black Hills. do ii no of Rio Iipp at Wood lir Mineral wealth of the in ovary of of quot Toimi Afan Lmh i Wiir role borle of the cd he Nam a log. Of saw Dell correspondence of the Chicago Tribune a Deadwood in. T., june 28.�?this metro polio of the new Eldorado is at last beginning to put on manner tin and behave herself a Little like other pieces of the same latitude. We have Good warm Days now. With Sun shining even hot enough to Gladden the soul of an Illinois Corn Raber. But it was not a week ago then we had Frost and cold and Only two weeks earlier sleet and Snow. Summer and Winter seem to be very close together Here or As a facetious Friend expresses it the Winter Iasi until late in the Spring and the summer ends without any fall. Nevertheless while Nair pleasant weather lasts we will make the most of it Ami our diligent Hillside Jet Reners aro1 coaxing a reluctant soil by irrigation and to tin hoeing to induce it to yield lettuce radishes onions pea and other Spring vegetable which people have been eating for weeks quot Back in the to night too tie ladies of the congregational Chun h Are serving up strawberries at their festival but they came a from i Arceley col. / Deadwood seems to he enjoying or suffering 1 would better say a season of profound Calm that is for her. Of course there is still activity Here the teams Are Many about the streets by a Lay the people Many about the Gani Blue saloons by nights but property in t changing hands As it was new buildings Aren t going up rapidly Corner lots Are no longer rated quite High and business men actually complain that Trade is Dull. The homesick Pilgrim May still be seen standing on the Street Corner. Wishing he had never come and the one that Isnit homesick Rushing but in the morning to scour the Hills and Buck in the evening with pieces of Rock for the judgment of the assayer. In mining property too there is not now much doing in tiie Way of sales the unit notable being a Sale of a half interest m a Good qua,-17. Lead the other Day Lor 834,000. This general attributed by some to the efforts of the bears in Chicago new York and elsewhere who were not willing to buy at the prices asked a month ago and it is predicted that within thirty or sixty a lavs at the furthest these same bears will be satisfied make heavy investments then join the hulls and toss up values it once and induce general activity in All lines of business. Quartz i i is Are still coming those who bought Spring preparing now to work out their interests Ami a gentleman who operates one of Twenty five Stamps a sures me of his conviction that before Winter begins there w ill be a thousand Stamps at work in the Vicinity of Troy Central and Lead City where the Best Quartz leads yet discovered Are located. Several companies too Are introducing hydraulics Lor working out High Placer grounds and Many Gigantic schemes Are on foot involving Miles of ditching Ami humping. That May pay and May not. Of sawmills we have an abundance that taken with the decreased demand for lumber w .11 be very Likely to bring due n the Price of ule latter. I do not think there can be any doubt of the Mineral wealth of the Black Hills. There May be no More shallow diggings discovered Rich As those Here in Deadwood Guch but i am satisfied the deep placers of rapid Creek audits tributaries will yield More in time and that in that Vicinity finer veins of Quartz will yet be discovered than Are now held at fabulous figures Here nor is the Mineral yield of this Region confined to Gold and Silver. Besides these of which there Are vast Fields that will pay to work i have seen excellent specimens of Copper Ore of Mica and recently of cinnabar it the 1. Cia rations of an expert can be relied on h a 1 is found with the Silver. 1 am told but i wait for proof that Platinum has been found in Small quantities in the South part of the Hills. The Best discovery to create any stir is that of Coal Beds on the Kenw a company of sixteen has Bech formed that has taken up 2.500 acres. It shows a very excellent Quality of Coal and expatriates largely on its Richness of the vein and the peculiarly valuable properties of the Coal. Then we have Beds of Gypsum of most excellent Quality splendid him Cone that is now being burned into Lowe Clay that Burns into Good Brick and abundance of go Good building Stone. What can we need in the Mineral line from the outside All these minerals wiil require work to prepare them for Market and capital is More needed Here yet than labor but i predict three years from now when the Black Hill country shall quot have Sandy passed the period in its history when it uttered alike from the Kush of thoughtless Gold seekers hither with no Money to keep Mem after they come and the Stam Pede of re a Ess malcontents to other regions on slight pretexts it will be found among the he him m n he a i.-11e a k1 no regions in America and. For a Long period of years will furnish employment to quot thousands of people and Supply the Market with a Rich yield of the precious ores. I have no Quartz mines to sell no axes to grind for any body i am simply recording this As my honest convention based on observation Ami the expressed judgment of competent and unbiased experts. Yet it is not the i quot re Man Haven and he w to dream that Dre Aih would better stay at Home and fondle the dear delusion than to come Here and be shocked at tin hideous Puli Kuess of the reality. Capital is needed and that dares to venture will to get almost certain to realize Large profits. Petty thievery is much indulged in hereabouts and recently robbers h be grown bolder Ami beside stealing . Have taken to attacking the Phaoe. It is now much safer to c me into the Hills than to go out. F air times the Cheyenne stage has been beset by armed men these things within the last ten Days Ami two of these on the of june it Ltd and 27th. And seemed Likely to lose when the father called out quot boy give him the plow Stroko a and encouraged the lad that he forthwith knocked his Adversa v out of time it is almost conclusive As to the swinging Atrock that throughout Antiquity a Boxer was not known As a Man with his nose broken but As a Man with i ears crushed. Virgil even Speaks of flute receiving blows on the Back. Against All this then Are Only two piece of chi Denoeu one of them incredible in favor of the straight Home strike. In the fight Between Pollux and a my go described by theocritus Idyl 22pollux strikes his Man on the left Temple quot and follows the stroke up from the shoulder but this is doubtful the other is the Story of in Atis Anius Viii. 40,3that when Rengas and dem oxen of boxed till evening and neither could it the other they it last agreed to receive stroke about and after a Rengas had dealt demo Enos one on the head the latter told him to hold no his hand and then drove his fingers right into Rengas beneath the rib and pulled out his entrails. Kregas. Of course a lied on the spot. And was crowned As Victor. On the ground that in morenos had broken ills agreement by striking one blow in turn by striking with five sep rate lingers. Hut this curious decision was Only one of Many in which a boxing competitor was disqualified for not having fought with the intention of maiming his antagonist. A Denpe Bate Indian t Klit. Wild Rill 1v1fe. Interest Tanir account Artio his hand of a Well known t incl not let Ady who mus Ileon twice widowed by murder. a the in each a stame res be useless the passe by treasure of their own u to risk then lives in a it re charge of the exp is i Ltd tuesday no the stage i narrow Gorg of tire a Sengpr or Rifle. Two of the Briga Call them her it or re shot taking a a i t in the Leader of the gang then rot to fire again threat obeyed Evev one in the they were ,-n a Ufret formed in line w a re am All the or Money Talon taken ficus Trief p a a rifled of it Conn its. A Binge what allowed to or e passengers and sex no a m charged of the of them ret i succeeding m. The .1 t t was Eyun to i. I a 1 y the an. v u taken to word by of the Sta tame was seen to is having but a Little to defend. And earing the Valdahl is in in Siiger. Tire on be by eight men jut As a Slippery Road out of a hers ordered a halt one Mcdonald fired bids quot raid agents a they re Turrif al the fire one Driver left Side. The warned the. Passengers Lin g Fiat if they a itch i would be killed. alight Ami being a lied a d three watches the treasure hot v a of acht it it my open find ail hour delay the a cd tire fire arms cd the is engers being first the most valuable Ere is. The attack of the of a. Locality. The pcs lot molested hut is and All. Tire the Driver to f line that Thev arid made in a tigers in treasure a robbers sent tiie managers would prefer having the Box curried Loose in the a oath and would like a Hammer and Hatchet sent them to open it. The Cote pan m is do something to prevent Thise outrage either capture the bandits am hang a few of them or sen a a mounted guard to protect the coaches or e be travel Wall seek some Izore peace a dust and Bullion Ein Horn excitement. And. R one thousand is to Prospect that Region. Is yet known of tiie a i there wiil be no rent. Many who want in gigs Are ran have they grub take a part i Prospect. This is ies to go Ami assures tio in o a a i claims Are found but great i Ruig action to Fiat a Ely Cis. Redi 1�?~ugi Bikih. times was a very dangerous de Van is a bad Chuntai m in i was not highly a a tinn i sin h was no . But 1 b in k 11 it to prove that fire n which tin i Laos. The ii eks were lists lint always used a f i if to i consisted it first of a hand and fastened by thongs ill and wrist. But this an be to be c tiled the gentler kind 1 brutal invention introduced Ori the writ a Ami probably in eight o the instrument. I in it quot Lead quot i Pelus sin fesses Liat lie Juners it 4-0� it 11st lift a hand of Ninny in Itie Ullig Llora country one Hundred and sixteen braves killed. Front the Black Hills Champion june 25th. I one of the must sanguinary fights with indians la us the number of White men engaged in it is concerned that we have any record of look place Oli Friday last near tiie South Fork of the Tittle Missouri. The facts As to gleaned them from one of the participants who reached last evening Ami is now stepping Willi his former partner Are us follows about two weeks ago a party of ninety eight men and two ladies Matt a up of parties from dead Wood Tjay dle and other adjoining Camps hereabouts started tor the big Horn country with Riding and pack animal. One week ago yesterday Friday in the afternoon when nearing the brakes of the South Fork of the Little Missouri they discovered a Large band of indians dismounted the latter having their ponies Miles from where they were seen. The miners anticipating in attack immedi Utley took their shovels each Man throwing up a breastworks from which he could fight to better advantage. At 3 p. M. The indians in Large numbers coir Geneed the attack by several feints upon the miners reserving their main charge until about 5 p. M. Friday. By this time the miners were thoroughly organized each one unpacked his animal. The indians charged on the miners on foot at one time approaching within two Hundred Yards of tiie entrenched miners. The latter poured round alter round of murderous tire into tiie indians from behind their breast work. For a time the fight was extremely hot the indians displaying More than their usual daring and discretion but the Well directed and effective fire from the Well armed miners was incessant and death dealing for several hours when the indians withdrew. After the fight it was discovered that fourteen of the miners were killed All of them with one exception. Being shot in the head. Eighteen of the miners animals were killed or wounded sufi evently to Render to Lien useless. One Hundred and sixteen Indian bodies Lay on the Battlefield As a trophy of the unerring Marksman snip of the miners. Ten Indian hordes that were off from the larger Herd and closer to the miners were picked off by the Long Range rifles of Tira miners. The Only portion of the miners bodies that were exposed were their Heads As they fired from behind their temporary Earth breastwork.-. On saturday m ring after a re uit Ibn Tion of tiie packs of the animals killed the party proceeded on their journey. As they Are desirous of keeping the affair quiet As not to discourage the several Large parties now organizing Here for the b g Horn country the tight has Sugii kept from the Public. Our informant was three Days making the return trip to Bayville. This Light w ill have the effect of demonstrating to the folios that while they May with impunity and without much Leur ettae the immigrants and United states troops they miss their calculation when they attack a party of old prospectors and frontiersmen. It is our candid opinion that the parties Here who Are now an. It starting for the big Horn country can pursue their journey unmolested As the indians ure Quick to discover the difference Between attacking a lot of Nikii who have had experience in that kind of warfare and those who know nothing about their tactics and arc liable to become demoralized. Tiie i x 11 a a Mohammed. A is Molella tiie 1�reamer,�?T tiie Prophet w Tinius the bloody Hez Percey to Llott. San Francisco examiner the original cause of the dispute with the Nez purees May let a said to Date from the treaty which governor i. 1 Stevens of Washington territory made with the Nez of a Erces and other tribes in june 18,57. At that time governor Stevens refused to recognize tiie hereditary chief of the Nez Perces and practically elevated lawyer a cunning arid tract Cariie Indian in the chieftain ship. The Nez Perces were then and Are vet the most numerous of any of the tribes of that whole Region. They Are generally peaceful and live quietly on the Fine and extensive reservation on the Snake and Clearwater Rivers near the town of Lewiston. They cultivate huge farms have innumerable herds of horses and Are generally a Well to do people. But some of their tribe Are indians and instead of believing with the majority of their Brethren in the policy of a somewhat civilized life they prefer to follow utter the traditions Aid habits of their Savage ances tors. Among the chiefs who very reluctantly signed the treaty of is .7 was Joseph the fat Iier of the i Hie quot of the same mime who now Heads tiie outbreak. Old Joseph was no a Nez purees. was a cuyp be it def. Yet lie claimed the Wallowa Valley and was recognized a a Leader of his people. K me of the Nez Perces who were dissatisfied with the treaty but More with tiie conduct of governor Steven elevating lawyer to the chieftain by left durably sided with Joseph and the Dis affected off till other joined the in As to swell the numb r Toso Mew hat formidable numbers. Before that time a very cunning Indian had begun to evolve a new Faith or superstition among the Indian. He was known As Smo Huila or quot the or. he had been taught by missionaries and lie turned Liat tie had Learned t it account in a any he had never intended or expected. Of All tiie Bible lessons the one lie not and part Cula by set Tore by is that which is contained in judges i. And vie As to it. Dejeon and Liis band reduced from Many thousands to too. Overcoming the i Yanites. Mohal a preached to this tube tiie doctrine lie derived from Trie text and inspired them to believe that although tiie Whites or Midi a in is. Were powerful in Numes yet could Trie lords own people band of <0�?tiie themselves Triumph Over them and drive them from the a and. During the Indian War of 1859, when the Lute Genera w right severely Whit quasi the indians of Itiat upper country and obliged them to sue for peace in put a strip to Mohn Llau a preachings and in ii nce by keeping him a close prisoner. But after i Enera or colonel As he was then Wright made peace lie allowed the mischievous a a dreamer his Liberty on condition he should Cea a his efforts to propagate his Peculiar in end iary doctrine among tiie indians and until general Light was Callen away from tin re. During of r own civil War Smo Halla found it advisable to retrain from openly seeking converts. Tilt it Iorii if matter of a negroes skin. F p. Floyd has been making an examination of the pigments in tiie skin of an african. The cuticle Iron various ii end subjects after being carefully washed w the water alcohol and Ether was ignited and after weighing tiie Ash the Iron therein was determine. Tiie percentage of Ash averaged 2 40. Whiet is nearly double that contained in the cuticle of the White Man. ii Iron amounted to 2.29 per cent of tiie Ash also nearly twice the Quantity in the White Many a cuticle. The presence of a considerable Quantity Ltd Iron in the Black pigments is therefore most pro Butrie us a a also the supposition that this pigment is a product of the alteration of the a Loring matter of the blood. The Brown or pigments . From the authors experiments to originate in the outer layer of True skin its production being probably connected with loss of vitality of the cells and to accompany these cells All the Way to tiie surface. The author suggests Attiat the chem a modification of the red blood corpuscles May on fee blend a ass of Cir. in the superficial capillaries the facts concerning disease to which negroes Are specially liable being in keeping with this suggestion. Mrs. W. B. Hickok Lorta Tytle mfg Agner Lake of this City Whoso first husband the Well known circus Clown and gift eager was kill cd by a Ruffian in Missouri Lias been to new York pity and while there she was interviewed by a Lorld reporter. Speaking other last hush fill. Wild , the Ixo orld Man says Luster has Given graphic picture of quot wild Bill quot and Eastern Reader inny remember a sketch of his adventures which appeared in Karpf it res. Quot he says Custer quot a plainsman in every sense of tiie word yet unlike any Otott Sjofn his class. In person he was about six feet one it height straight is the straightest of the warriors whose Ina playable foe he was Broad shoulders Well formed Hest and limbs and a face strikingly handsome Hudi Arp Clear Blue Eye which stared you straight in the face when in conversation a finely shaped nose inclined to be aquiline a Well turned Mouth with lips Only partially concealed by a Haim we Mustache. His hair and complexion were those of a perfect blonde. The former was worn in uncut ringlets a tiling carelessly Over ids powerfully formed shoulders. Of his courage there could be to question if cd been brought to a test on too Many occasions to admit of a doubt. His skill in the use of the title and pistol was unerring while his deportment was exactly the opposite of what Milit to get expected from a Man of his surroundings. It was Eui irely fret from All bluster or bravado. He Seldom spoke of himself unless requested to do . Fits conversation strange to Sav. Never bordered either on the vulgar or the blasphemous. His influence among the frontiersmen was unbounded his word was Law and Many Are the personal quarrels and disturbances which he has checked among this comrades by his simple announcement this has gone far enough followed if need Lee by the ominous warning that if persisted in or renewed the Quarre Ler must Settle it with me wild Bill is any thing but a quarrelsome Man vet 110 one but himself can enumerate the Many conflicts in which he has been eng teed and which have almost invariably resulted in the death of his adversary. He always escaped unhurt. Wild Bill always carried two handsome Ivory handled revolvers of the Largo size lie was never seen without them. In All of the Many affairs in which he has been engaged which have come to my knowledge there is not a single instance 1n which the verdict of twelve fair minded men would not be pronounced in Bis with this Adonis of the Plains a i have already said mrs. Lake fell madly in Idab Hickok certainly reciprocated her passion As the following letter written not Long after their it Arriago when he had gone to the Black Hill to seek Fortune and adventure will testify a a Deadwood Black Hills Dakota territory quot july 17, 1876. J quot my own Darling wife monks 1 have but a few moments left before this letter starts. I never was Well in my life. You would laugh to see me now. I have just got in from prospecting. Will go out again to Morrow. Will write again in the morning but god Knovs when it the letter will Start. My Friend will take this to Cheyenne ii he lives. I done to expect to hear from you but it is All the same. I know my Agnes and Only live to love her. Never mind pet. We will have a Home yet. Then we will be Happy. I almost sure a will do Well Here. The Man is hurrying me. Good by dear wife. Love to Emma. Quot a. B Hickok wild Bill a Fuch a letter betraying the most Loyer like aspirations and a Strong vein of Romance was to by looked for from such a Man As Custer had described and Analysed though it will read oddly to any one at the East accustomed to regard the a frontiersman of Many brawls As of necessity a bully and a blackguard. This was probably the inst letter wild Bill wrote for his death ensued u fortnight later. No Sioux took his coveted Scalp no pro of the Frontier quot got the drop on him. It might be said of him As of the jewish Warrior quot died Abner As the fool Dieth a or As Johnson wrote of Charles Xii a this fall was destined to a foreign strand a Petty fortress and u dubious ite does not appear to have set out on the prospecting tour to which he it Dindy in his letter for August 1st he was still at Deadwood. Where Fate brought him to the same card table with one Jack Mccall n gambling sharper and ugly character. Of him Bill got tiie better at poker. Outline last baud Mccall bet 810 and lost and when he came to Settle found that to had Only ,50. Bill remarking. A you ought no to to Over Bot your pile that a noway to play cards a handed him Back a 85 Bill to pay his lodging and breakfast and the men parted. He thought no More of the matter neither did and one else who knew of it. Piet morning Bill was sitting with a number of card players in the Senate Saloon when Mccall came behind him noiselessly placed the muzzle of his revolver to the b cd of his head and crying quot take that Dan fired. Wild Bill it lied and never knew How Why or by whom or was killed. The Ball traversed the Skull came out under his right Eye and entered the Arm of his opponent a Steamboat Captain disa Ding him for life. Mccall keeping his revolve cocked and pointed on the players backed out of the room and escaped. A miners court was former which acquitted him mainly because of his declaration that wild b a had killed his brother in an al Ray sgt that he was but the Avenger of blog cd. California Joe another of cuter a scouts whom Fie describes at length in his Book however approached him alter his hcs Uvittal and said significantly quot i guess you had better leave Deadwood. It Isnit a healthy Mccall looked in his Eye and left. Deadwood was not a healthy place. A Little while later California Joe was Killea not until he had assisted it a notable funeral accorded to the remains of wild Bill whom the people of dead Wood seem to have regretted sincerely Mccall went on to Custer City and there could not keep from boosting that he had killed wild Bill. A United Yates marshal and arrested him and on the 1st of March last the it murderer of the second of mrs lakes husbands was hanged in due course of Law at Yankton lie died game. As marshal Burdick was returning from the execution he received the following letter Louisville Kyd a february 25, 1s77. Dear fir i saw in the morning papers a piece about the sentence of the murderer of quot wild Bill a Jack me All. There was a Young Man of the name of John Mccall left Here six years ago who has not been heard from for Tae last three year. He has a father Mother and three Sisters living Here in Louisville who Are very uneasy about him since they heard about the murder of a wild if you can Send us any information about Bim we will be very thankful to you. This John Mccall is about Twenty five years old has Light hair inclined to curl and one Eye crossed. I can not say about a height As lie was not grown when he left Here. Thease write As soon As convenient As we Are very anxious to hear from you. Very respectfully Mary a. Mccall. It was the same John Mccall who had left Home six years Lafore a boy still at the grow a Tig age who had Gambler and Ruffian and bad trodden tiie red path of murder to the scaffold. Mrs. Hickok or mrs. Luke As her friends will More readily recognize her. Leaves in a few Days to visit her relatives in Cincinnati. Cd plus. And that any p. Imp would with e of fit any armed Here arc my read. B he is tail evidently this spoil epic Divis. In historical n inure Lav red. There of skill required for ii. Ii7>dy Ltd the evidence goes to a net i quot a old Sumid Prine ill it i i have la go prominent member of the this naked lots have easy Hampi ii a it it olympian Fame. Toe principle of increasing the weight d tire to t Minli As put Ilc is Only to la explained by the habit of dealing swinging or downward >p>.u.s, and Jaq e with the True principle id striking straight Home quickly mid giving to the stroke by Send our the i it. In Virgil description a Boxer i g 4ting up on tiptoe to strike his top of the head a ridiculous Muey a m one of a Nikova boxers n a ha.-, Bis Aims raised aloft As to Mili certain if his opponent knew. 1 tie Art. That this Down stroke Pear tiie anecdote in i u lather a his son who was blowing it term in t. Ltd Here which had Lydien out. With strokes of tii. I t end without a Hammer he entered him Boue a boxing match it Olympia. Wythe boy go Tony Hgt uni Idle from want of a kill. Whole body o is . Nil on i Denver o. Pro the val an w make i in to the lir to Eleine was used al of Ahtl two. We quot Ltd air mid her . Loudon correspondence new York time i remember once of having a Long talk with tiie marchioness of Elv the Queen favorite lady and i did not gather wit i All the homr of the position Fiat tiie life of a lady in waiting is exactly to be compared with the Bliss of Paradise though the Queen of England is a kindly and amiable non urch. Her majesty by the was had one Little do i recce with her Imperial daughter in Law the Duchess of Edinburgh. The russian Princess when visiting the Queen appeared at breakfast in lires iii gown. The Queen construed this careless attire into a want of respect for the lady of the Ca Lle und Sjamke to tiie Ductless upon the subject with a Mother in i wish promptitude. Her or jest dresses for breakfast and tier daughters have always Bien accustomed to appear at that meal in becoming attire. As a Rule English women dress More prettily for breakfast than for any other meal the Duchess a felted the Queens rebuke with becoming Grace and. A i have said before. Her conceived u real love for the Kua Siun Princess. The Treasury department Lias effected a Rod if cation of the 15 per cent contract under which the cutting of Granite required for the government building at coh Ciungu mud Philadelphia has heretofore been done. On both the Philadelphia and inc Ianuali buildings the total amount saved o this Branch of work alone will be ova 8376,Uoo. A tilt in Imai ita. There was a comical encounter Between two noted professors of magic in san Frau Fri co a few evenings since. Heller fresh from the East Actu ally dropped info an evening exhibition Given by a rival magician mimed Cazeneuve. When the. Latter illustrious conjurer invited some of the aug i ence to step upon Trie stage and enter the dark cab net with him or. Heller who was entirely unknown to his confreres immediately ascended tiie platform Ana was ensconced with him. M. Cazeneuve on these occasion beats Drums blow fifes and fires pistol shots lose to tie cars of his companion and As a general Rule scares him halt out of his senses by the imposition on his head of spirit hands and other supernatural demonstrations. Ple also makes a practice of abstracting Trie watch of his victim which is presently discovered secreted i the pocket of be of the audience who is of a ours ova to whelmed with confusion it being apparently detected. On this evening however the interest of tin performance was considerably enhanced by the circumstance that while g Deneuve removed or. Heller Swatch from his pocket Trie rival magician Dpi cited tiie Dapper Little Erene map out of the Abinet altogether and thereafter removed himself also to tiie Street outside. Or. Heller then using his extraordinary Powers of ventriloquism threw his voice right across Bush Street to the stage of the theater and gave in l aze Neuves voice the word to draw open the Cabinet curtains. The gentlemanly interpreter who assist m. Cazeneuve obeyed the command and with the audience was astonished to find the Interior Unten anted while Heller and Cazeneuve at the sane moment flouted through the ambient air from the upper part of the House onto the stage. Or. Heller a watch slur Ulta Neoushy disengaged itself from the pocket of senator Sharon in tiie Mage Box and advanced with loud ticks of Welcome to meet its owner. Kat Iliin tetik Knake. Some months ago a gentleman from Humphries paid a visit toa Friend of his in the township of Beverly cauda a or Henry and remained Witti him several Day. During his visit the Umphrie gentleman complained that his House was literally infested with rats and mice. He had tried every device to get rid of them und All had failed. Or Henry who is us ingenious As he is fond of sport declared that he could Battle the rats out of his friends cellar in less than no time to use his own expression. Next Day the two drove to the gentleman a House in Umphrie or. Henry took with him a common Quarter Gross match Box pierced with a few holes which he carefully placed under the Shat of the buggy. The Humphries gentleman feeling the this Friend wok going to give him a Surprise probably with some improvement on the Terret asked no ques Tiona the better to enjoy the Surprise when it did Ltd a inc a re iving at the House they had dinner and the ladies had retired or. Henry placed the Lull a. Box on the table find removed the lid. In an in a taut from the Box leaned a full grown Garter Snake. Measuring three feet and a Hail in length. The reptile which was highly excited with the heat rented itself almost on the extremity of its tail and glided about the table with remarkable rapidity Licking its ghastly jaws with its forked and nimble Tontle. The Humphries gentleman shrank Back into the Corner almost petrified with horror. Or. Henry showed How silly this was by taking Tho Snake upon his Arm and handling it much like a Hack Driver would handle his whip lash. Finally his fears were overcome and when he had Corapi sed himself to led his Friend into the cellar where Tho cake was set at Liberty. The reptile immediately darted for the Wall and the next moment discovered a Hole. Into which it glided with the Greate tease. An interesting terrier stood at their heels and both gentlemen Field clubs which were Trumps just about then. The Snake had not disappeared Over a minute before half a dozen rats bounced out of the Hole and met a terrible Fate at the hand of their enemies outside. But the Snake was wot satisfied it discovered every rat Hole in the cellar and go blvd in and out among Hie rocks where even a tat could not Jive gone. It was finally taken up and placed in a Box Afier Twenty rats and almost As Many mice ii aii been killed. The Snake belongs to a Black Garter family which Are in reality the Best Friend the Farmer has. They live exclusively on the Field mice Worms flies and other vermin and if they occasionally Glide across Tho path of a Limun being their invt a should be preserved As their Good in allies counterbalance these defects. The one possessed by or. Henry was a caught. Jay him last summer in a pea fled and since he has Ltd it no rats Are to be seen or Beard of in the neighbourhood of his House. Til of Accident at Xiao Aba. Two sign carried Over the Falls on nun it any allow one Han was a earned. The Niagara Falls Gazette gives the particulars of the drowning of Charles a. Bierce and Wallace Bellinger on Sun Lay last. It states that a party of thirteen or fourteen employees in Tho paper Mill at tiie Falls walked up the River to Gill Creek Island to have a chowder. It acc. The provisions being taken in a sail boat. There was a High wind and the River was very rough. We quote from the Gazette a after they liar a prepared and disposed of their chowder different parties took the sail boat and went out Lor Short trips on the River. Considering the wind an Ltd sea it would have been suicidal in the extreme for any one not perfectly familiar with the Art of sailing to have started out on the River. Those who did go out All Laid claim to More or less nautical skill and All returned in safety until Between four and five o clock when a party of three consisting of Charles a. Bierce. Wallace Bill user and William Flay sol Demily capsized while tacking off the head of coroners Island. The Accident was not witnessed by any of those on Gill Creek Island and no suspicions of the terrible casualty that Hall occurred were entertained until about the time it was expected that a Bott. From Bort Day would arrive when while looking for the up boat Thev missed the sail boat. Carefully scanning the rive Otle of the party or. Tripp noticed a speck on the boisterous Waves of coroners Island and a still closer examination disclosed the horrible fact that Trie Sailboat had capsized and that Only one Man was to be seen clinging to the helpless Hull. There was Only one Small scow at hand and with this or. John Robinson attempted to go out to Trie Rescue but soon returned finding the sen too heavy for his Little Emit naive. Providentially just at this moment the boat from Bort Day manned by messes. Anthony Walker John Walker and will Walker came in a sight and their attention was directed to the wreck which was fast blowing out further and further into the Middle of the River and rapidly descending with the current. They instantly changed the course of their bout and succeeded in reaching the capsized sail boat just in time to Sive or. Flay Trie exhausted survivor of Tho Accident who was clinging with desperation to tiie keel of the overturned Craft. Flay had been thrown Oil the boat Many times by the fierce buffering of the Waves that he was completely prostrated and when taken into the rescuing boat was immediately seized with cramps. He had stripped himself of All has clothing save his pantaloons in anticipation of being obliged to seek a doubtful safely by swimming should he not be seen from Shore before reaching the neighbourhood of grass Island. He was taken ashore warmly wrapped up and. After sufficiently recovering told the Story of the fatal occurrence. He says they had been out about half an hour when As they were attempting to tack to return he being in the Bow Bellinger amidships and Pierce in the Stern holding the boat the boat got into the trough of the terrible sea running and almost instantly capsized. He was caught in the sail As the boat w it Over and after extricating himself Rose to the surface seized hold of the boat and then saw that both of his companions had also secured hold of the Hull. They attempted to right tiie boat but found it impossible and after making several futile endeavours and Only succeeding in loosing their grasp and becoming More and More exhausted by repeated immersions they gave up the attempt. Flay says Pierce und Bellinger were both terribly excited trembling that they could hardly retain hold of the boat. Instead of attempting to climb upon the keel. Pierce and Bellinger struck out in Hopes of reaching Shore. Bierce was the first to make the attempt. With a half understood remark about being unable to a stand it any longer a and that he was a going to make for Shore a lie started off. The Waves hid him from sight and was never seen again. In All probability he swam with his clothes All on Only a very Short distance before going Down to his death. A moment or two after Bellinger also told Fiat he also was going to try for Shore and with a simple Good by he struck out. He Only swam a Little distance before his heavy clothing sealed his doom. Flay never saw him again after he left the boat. Left now alone with the boat Flay managed to climb upon the k i and removed All his clothing save his pantaloons. He was frequently washed off the keel but managed to climb Buck again each time in safety and finally was rescued As we have already Robert Dale Owens East from the Boston Herald it was the writers Good Fortune while on a visit to a prominent spiritualist in Brooklyn new York three weeks ago to meet tor the first time Robert Dale Owen and to dwell under the same roof with him for several Days. Once or twice a Day circles would be held. Or. Owen took a great interest and his Many spirit friends crowded around him. Anxious to Send him greeting. So marked were the demonstrations that other members of the Circle could not help becoming sensible that the gathering was one that awaited his coming into the other iii. Among others who came was one who announced himself As quot Commodore s., who knew or. Owen in Naples and had Many a Good time with or. Owen asked for the full name and it was Given a quot Commodore a a that very Good a said or. Owen quot and i know to what he refers. Has he any thing to say to me quot the reply came a yes you can to Row your boat much longer it is time for you to go into the or. Owen be med disc a used to take the communication literally and alluded to a boat at Iris Home on Lake George but the control inter opted. Saying quot no that is not meant you have sailed a Good ship you have kept a straight course the voyage is Nerly ended und you will soon come to it it an Anchor. Then i shall meet you on the Shore in company with your other friends and relatives who wait your coming. Do a you under stand a or. Owen replied that he did and for a Lime a feeling of sane Ian Feli on the Little company for they knew that or. Owen was soon to Exchange the corruptible for tiie incorruptible and the mortal would put on immortality. At a later seance when or. Owen was taking an afternoon rest on one of the warm summer Days of Early june the intelligence was communicated that his Mission was nearly ended and before the autumn leaves fell lie would be among those in the spirit whom he longed to meet. This was or Owens last seance and a pleasant one it waa. A heroine in trousers. Try it aage it Hwy of m now York Clarl who followed her Lover. Toledo journal in 1861 my us. Marie Matilda Kibbell lived with her parents Weil to do people at Albion n. Y. She was about Twenty was repossessing in appearance. Rather email in stature with a certain masculine appearance though not coarse which afterwards served her a Good purpose. Early in the summer season she was with a party of excursion lists at Niagara Falls Ami met with Cim Buoey n. Niles Theta of Cleveland. It won a Case of Mutual As Well As Sui leu infatuation and resulted in promises to meet again. Niles was a widower with one child a lad who since grown to manhood and family is now a locomotive Engineer on the Lake Shore Road and lives at 375 a South Street this City. His name is Rosalvis d. Niles. The love sick Niles soon went to Albion and aroused by his visit Tho serious displeasure of miss Kibbell a relative. They forbade further attentions to tiie Young Ludy under penalty of sending her away to a Convent but neither was dismayed or disheartened. They met clandestinely and arranged an elopement. And having Given out to friends of the family that he would yield to Fate and lose his love he started homeward with it Promise of the girl to follow by n train fourteen hours later to meet not at Cleveland Tigre Niles was known but in Toledo. Niles hastened of at once to this City where having staid a few hours he took an Eastern train and met the train bearing the faithful girl at Fremont. They found they were pursued and stepped off and were married at once by a Justice of tiie peace. The next Tifton through Fremont took her brother to Toledo in Pursuit but he could get no truce further than that the couple took a train for Toledo at Cleveland. Both stayed at Fremont a few Days when Niles went on to Toledo and she followed disguised in male attire lie secured a place in an engine shop located he thinks now on Erie Street and she in her boys disguise went to peddling oranges and cigars on the streets and actually sold some to her Bruther of one of Iris trips to the City in person. As the fall wore on they saw and heard no More of Trie searching of friends and had settled Down to House keeping throwing off disguise to Vougn she went out but Little. Thoj a blast of War quot was blowing strongly How fiercely Many a lonely heart still remembers Well. Advertisements from Cleve land were sent out for engineers to run government trains. Niles went there made an arrangement for himself and fireman and mid Winter found him running a government engine on a Nashville Railroad with his wife in her old disguise As fireman. This lasted several months. On Buell famous Retreat to Nashville there were re kit its of a train being fired into by Bushwhacker and a number of persons killed on the train and Many Hurt including the Birve Engineer who paid no heed to obstructions on the track and by bravely pulling through saved the government a valuable train of Cotton. This was Niles. He was badly wounded and on being stooped at Tullahoma where the Road was blockaded was removed to Murfreesboro in an ambulance and thence to a Northern Hospital with his wife fireman for Hospital nurse. In 1865, the War Over the couple found themselves in Cleveland. Niles got the Gold fever and leaving his wife in that City left for the West. He returned at the close of the season however disheartened with the wet which had made the mining season a failure. They lived at Cleveland. In Toledo and Chicago alternately both doing what they could for support living together last at Trie former City. In 1�72, leaving her Here he went to Chicago to attend to some business connected with the demise of his first wife a brother named Fitts. On his arrival lie found a Telegram that his wife in Cleveland was suddenly ill and might not live though they would inform him if she got worse lie stayed four Days and when he reached the Cleveland boarding House was stricken with the tidings of her death and burial. The landlord showed her clothes and effects and took him to the grave whose Tresh covering was too Plain proot of his severe loss. He gathered up the keepsakes gave up his place and i since lived Here and there earning what he could. Here in Toledo he May de remembered As a skillful Letterer of windows and Painter of signs. But it is the denouement which is the strangest part of his history which is that lie has within a Short time Mode the discovery that his wife is not dead but was discovered by her friends and by the deceit reclaimed from her wanderings and is now living at her old Home with tie friends of tier youth. Niles who has himself told these facts declares his intention of claiming Iris lawful wife and is sure he will succeed in doing . Consumptive cubed. Calling after strange goddesses and was not a bit better after his marriage than before. At last he fell very sick and every body was sorry for him and the Princess nursed him tenderly and every body said quot now he wih be a better Man but like another potentate of a very hot country who when he fell in re solved to enter a monastery and when be got Well renounced All thoughts of monastic Seel Naioti the Prince soon went to frolicking a Little worse than before. Aud it chanced that one Day the Vincess his wife happen Long to drop in to pay him a Little visit found one of the strange god fesses aforesaid installed iff that innermost shrine which she had considered consecrated to her own image. Whereupon she thought it would be a Good idea to take a Little trip to see her brother who was King of the Isles of Poesy the same where burning Sappho loved and snug with Jet Cut to to Turney Onward to Iier own Northern Home and never to come Back any More. So she went away in a very great hairy and every body said. A Why is the Princess in such haste to go and Tea her brother quot however the trouble was soon found out. But the Hoof Fretty Princess waa not suffered to re Tern to her own Home and Taka Refuge with her father and Mother As a wife of meaner degree who a been insulted might have. For the Royal Mamma of her husband and the ministers of the court and ail others in authority begged and Ora Ved and commanded her return that she Caina Hick at inst. And the Prince met her in Babylon the great and they were seen at the theater together tid went Home together to Tho capital where the Princess Mamma reigns and of course the Prince will recommence the same game at the very first Opportunity. Ele Etrie Light at sea. The French Steamer amerique is provided with an electric Light which consists of a gramme machine a portable lamp and a signal lantern. The gramme Magneto electric machine has the ilium in rating pm wer of two Hundred Corceil lumps. The lamp is furnished with the fresnel prismatic Lens and is capable of projecting a Brilliant Cleur. White right on in arc of two Hundred and Twenty five de Trees. It is placed at a height of thirty three feet above the water and it is said that it can be seen at a distance of six Miles by an observer stationed Twenty feet above the surface of the sea. In experimenting with Casimiar Light on another French Steamer at Anchor near the foot of canal Street. New York the Light was thrown upon some houses two Miles Ltd it tunt in new Jersey and the occupants sit Ting on their piazzas were Able to read a new Soaner Well As in the daytime. The electric Light has tie Power to it it penetrate a fog better than any Arwitt Cial illuminator known. As tie Cost of running the gramme machine is very slight it being done by the waste steam Ltd of the engines it is somewhat remarkable that Tew Ocean steamers have availed themselves of valuable Aud practical a invention. The Douglas Monument is to have four pilasters projecting from the Corner of the Tomb which will be surmounted by four emblematic statues in sitting attitudes. They will be of heroic size Bronze or italian Marble. One will represent his torn recording on a Tablet the doings of Illinois who site on another Corner Aud toward whom history is bending a listening ear. The other two will represent Commerce and the arts and sciences. There will be four has reliefs extending around the ite Destal one group will represent the aborigines Hunting and fishing. Another will represent the Pioneer Farmer life. A third Trade and enter prise illustrated by the building of railroads Tele graph and the unloading of vessels. A four tit education illustrated by churches colleges Aud class receiving instruction from their schoolmaster foreign paper believe that Europe can take 2,000.000 head of cattle from the United states every year the limit of cattle rearing having been reached in Many part of Europe. Figure up yourself what that would Cote to in the Way of Revenue to the United states at 875 a head. The impression abroad a that americans Are not acting wit i reference to the Export of beef a vigorously a they might tiie Charley rom Nyht Ery a Story in London a strange veiled , and a Hoy accompanying Here cml Dan Sinappe Uranec of tiie lad. The excitement and anxiety for the discovery of the lost Charley Ross has spread to England and one of the journals has an interesting Story As follows Alk it a year and a if ago a woman wearing a thick veil or rather two veils one Over the other arranged As to conceal every vestige of her fax came to Loughton u quit Little place in Epping Forest and took lodging there. She had wit i her a pretty Little by Gay about seven years old with Light Brown hair. From then till now she Lias continued to live at Loughton always thickly veiled both indoors and out. So that no one in the Village seem Ever to have seen her face. Naturally there hav been plenty of conjectures As to her reasons for concealment among others that she has done something for which she wits in fear of being apprehended. It is evident however that a form of disguise which could not foil to draw the attention of every passer by would be a very quot poor help to a person who wanted to escape from English Ameteo Tives. This quot veiled lady a As she was generally called api it ears to have stated that her husband was abroad and that the Little boy was her son. She watched Over him with unceasing vigilance never allowing him to go out without her nor to get far away when they were walking together at the same time their relations did not appear to be specially affectionate nor at All like those of Mother Aud son. They frequently quarrelled and the boys threat on these occasions always was quot if you do sold la there were minor elements of mystery in the Story All pointing to the same desire for concealment but what we have stated above will sufficiently show its general outline. Rather More than a week ago As we have said before or. Barn urns offer of a Reward reached this country. Two Days after the Little boy but not his a Mother a disappeared from Loughton and people who asked what had become of him were told that he had gone to America. It never seems to have occurred to any one up to this Point to connect him with the lost Charley Rose but More than one person now wondered As a Bare conjecture whether he could possibly be Tho Stolon child. The next thing was to ask what name the a veiled la it hrs had passed by at Leer lodgings and amongst fhe people with whom she had necessarily had to do and to the astonishment of the inquirers they found that she had All along Given the name of mrs. Ross their theory is that Charley Ross when taken away from his parents knew his own name and could not be made to forget it and consequently that the person who passed As his Mother found it necessary to her safety to take the same. If the child who has been living at Lough tou is really Charley Ross and if As is supposed he has been sent to Barnum we shall doubtless hear of his arrival before Many Days. If on the contrary he is not the facts of his name his age. The concealment in which he has been kept and the consignment of him to America immediately after the offer of or. Barn in a Reward form a series of very singular coincidences. The testimony of the int Hern of the thirty fourth Street Market. New York Sun a Little million of sparrows chirped and flitted to and fro among the Iron girders of Trie roof of the thirty fourth Street Market yesterday As the reporter walked through it searching for the Abattoir and the blood drinkers that Are said to frequent it Frank Houston a Butcher employed by Phil. Dolan rested from slaughtering and the reporter asked him whether people Over came to the Market to drink blood. A to be sure they do a the Butcher replied. Quot very Many men and women drink blood for their health. I Haven to seen any Here for three or four weeks but last fall and last Winter we Hud Many and they came regularly every morn ing. They were mainly consumptive. I saw More in the Slaughter House in forty sixth Street where 1 worked last than i have seen Here. They were All consumptive. 1 done to know whether it the blood or their imagination that does them Good but whichever it is they certainly get better. Don t know any of those who come Here but Many of them Are wealthy people who come in their Carriage a. I knew one fellow who got cured. He had not been doing any thing for two years he was bail with consumption but lie got better Aud better drinking blood and finally he was Able to go to work a was it Haid work that he went at a the re Porter asked. Quot in no a the Butcher replied innocently a the went to tending a these drinkers always come in the morning quot the butche continued quot und they always tiring their own tumblers. Does blood taste bad Well i guess not. Its like fresh warm milk Only sweeter and warmer. We butchers often drink it. 1 drink it myself and imagine it does me a Butcher employed by William Fitch told the reporter of a Young Man named Garvey who had consumption and drank blood for it until he was cured. The Butcher knew Only one other blood Drinker by name mrs. Courtland Balmer widow of to late owner of the great Market. She was benefited by it. The reporter was shown a Little girl who had been stripped of her clothing and was standing in a barrel filled to her Chin with the partially digested contents of the stomachs of newly killed cattle. The butchers said she was suffering from a Romulous sore on her Hack and the cure Lay in the medical properties of the gastric juice in the fodder. Men women and children often come Here a a Butcher said quot to cure rheumatism sores and even it Alsy by putting their hands and arms or feet or legs into tiie stomachs of fresh killed one Butcher told of the custom that italians have of wrapping the melt of a cows stomach next to their skin for the cure of internal injuries Rhueina ti. or consumption. A we done to take any Money from any one a said one of the butchers quot for tear it will spoil the the Heuitte that Jonathan built. Brick Pomeroy a Democrat the House that Jonathan built. Wealth. The malt that Lay in the House that Jonathan built. Interest Bonds. The rat that ate the malt that Lay in the House that Jonathan built. Greenbacks. The cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that Lay in the House that Jonathan built. Contraction. The dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that ate the must that Lay in the House that Jona than built. Silver. The cow with crumpled Horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that Lay in the House that Jonathan built. De monetization. The Bullion harlot All forlorn that milked the cow with crumpled Horn that tossed the dog that wot ried the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that Lay in the House that Jonathan built. John Sherman. The political Pimp All tattered and torn who sported the harlot All forlorn who milked the cow with crumpled Horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that Lay in the House that Jonathan built. Demagogue politicians. The dead beat pals of Trie political Pimp All tattered and torn who sported the harlot All forlorn that milked the cow with a crumpled Horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat Ilia eat the malt that Lay in the Bouse that Jonathan built. The subsidized press. The Barking hounds of the dead beat pals of the political Pimp who sported the harlot All forlorn who milked the cow with a crumpled Horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that Lay in Uta Bouse that Jonathan built. The Prince and Priam of Wales. Luey ii. Hooper writing from Paris a a a a once upon a time a Lovely Prince came out of the North to marry a Gallant Young Prince who was heir to the throne of a great nation. Now the Gallant Young Prince aforesaid was not quite steady As his doting Mamma and his future subjects might have wished but every body said a to the Princess is of Beautiful and gentle that he will be sure to love her very dearly and then every thing will be sure to go on but instead of devoting himself to Bis charming wife who was to Good and gracious that there never was anything in the world Wen like her the Prince went a what you May a Bull Doir kills in Alligator. From the Georgetown Comet one Day last week an Alligator was seen swimming in Sam pit River near the wharf. Captain David Steele a Bull dog was soon brought for Ward and upon viewing the enemy plunged off the wharf to meet it. The Alligator saw what was up and made for the dog. While they approached each other not a sound could be heard from the spectators who were expecting tha moment they met to see the it log submerged never to Rise again but the dog got the first hold plunged his ugly Teeth in the head of the ferocious Moster and caused it to sink. It soon reappeared looking As fierce As Ever. The dog and the Alligator we re soon Mouth and Mouth nip and tuck until it was thought that the dog had conquered the Alligator disappearing. The dog being exhausted was then picked up by a boat the a Gator however soon appeared and made for the opposite Shore. Several persons got in boats and pursued him until he got under the wharf when one of the party fired a pistol and As soon As the report was heard the dog leaped from the boat and under the wharf. It was nip and tuck again for awhile but the dog soon gaining the advantage brought out his foe dead. The reptile measured five Teet mud several inches. Surrender of c4ener�i Lee. Reidsville times much mention has recently been made of general Leeds sword at Appomattox whether he ten tiered it to Grant or not. We Only know that general Lee was t rapid about surrendering. For nearly two hours on that memorable Day oif Icera and men were Uncertain what was to be done. A certain officer of High rank being asked his opinion real Neil Attiat general Lee Ivas then in consultation with Grant and that we might surrender or be ordered pm Cut our Way out he could not Tell. As to the Side arms of the officers whether a compliment paid them by Grunt or whether required by Genera Lee in the surrender we know that in Corning from that consultation general Lee made a Short address to a Large body of officers and men and the first thing hot do them alter wishing them a Safe return to their Homes and that their behaviour As citizens might comport with their conduct As soldiers he told them As if it Vata something at least that the officers would he allowed to retain their Side arms. It was then that a ragged old Jiri vate rushed up to him the tears flowing Down his Fuce and exclaimed a Good by general god bless you a general Lee Shook his hand. It was then that a Large body of men dropped on the ground and and that Sall officers and men wept alike. Tiie great Wall of Chinn. Kalgan commands one of the passes through the great Wall of China. It is there buil iof Large Stone a cemented together with mortar. It tapers toward the top being Twenty one feet High and Twenty eight Teet wine at the foundation. At the most important Points less than a mile apart Square towers Are erected built of bricks it winds Over tha Crest of the mountains crossing the valleys at right angles blocking them with fortifications. The chinese estimate its length to be about 3.300 Miles but in parts More Remote from Dekin the Wall is of inferior construction. There is nothing hut a dilapidated mud Rampart As colonel Brej Valsky saw it on the Borders of Ala Shan and Kansu. It is said to have been built upward of two centuries before Christ to protect the Empire against the inroads of the neighbouring nomads but the periodical irruption of the barbarians were never checked by thu artificial Barrier. The late Queen of Holland was an excellent latin scholar and a kind of Mezzofante in rested to living languages. She tried her Best to prevent Napoleon iii. From declaring War against Germany and Laid facts and figures before him demonstrating the uii preparedness of France. Napoleon ii had a great esteem for her and during one of her visits to Baris he asked her what he could do for her. Quot to invite m. Thiers to accompany me through the a a that a the Only thing. Alastu replied his majesty quot that i can not the Queen called a cab drove up to the residence of m. Thiers introduced herself invited him to act As her guide philosopher and Friend to the museums and picture galleries. Thiers rang for his hat and Cane set out immediately and nearly killed with jealousy his Young wife who Learned on her arrival from the Valet that m. Thiers had precipitately left the House without any explanation with a strange lady in a cab. A boys composition on is curious animals. They done to have no nose no Teeth nor no ears. They Swaller their vittles whole Aud Chew it up in their crops inside of Mem. The outside of hens is generally put inter pillows and made inter Feaiher-du8ters. The inside of a hen is some times filled with marbles shirt buttons and Rich. A hen is very much smaller than a Good Many other animals but dig up More Tomato plants than anything that ainu to alien. Hens a very useful to Lay Egga for Plum pudding. Skinney Batea eat to much Plum pudding once that it al hint inter the Collery. Ileus has got wings and can Fly when they Are Scart i Cut my Uncle Williams bends necks with a Hatchet and it Scart her to death. Hens some times makes very Flo Spring chickens. The cause of the russian defeat in Asia is attributed chiefly of the fact that Persia allowed a turkish corps from Lake Van to Pasa through territory. This corps was thus enabled to it the Ink of the russian at Uay Azid and to Ardlee the position of a Large portion of their

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