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Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1878, Cincinnati, OhioVolume xxxv. No. 26.Cincinnati. Thursday May 30.1878. Two dollars per year. Written for the Cincinnati times. 1 ice. A a or. A Kook Best. And in this hair and braid of Whitejr a one will knew me Here. A a Tow a or will think who am me play a hat pm the Penn Terhart a Mae wheat ask Iriana j a away with what the warn Anua Art vet m it la pm fallen la the Are and yellow Leaf Jai i am am. And worn and think met old with ars but Ghriri 1 we feed her net willed a fsr Sarrain a a a us Bat thank Dedaj Han net Thela Abdaal Tate tue. Mho part tees the urn tudy a Bate War item a Eek at heart varying mood. Man Wand no when i naked for Aid her Deer of Hartfel that the Hue who preyed Mim pay Ped Ehaase no Mare. I end called me Little Worth no Watov foe Lake hand of pity Forth fall Well Wun Lwis a Hann he Flea sew aha nov than a Serpent a tei b late Hare a tha Aklene child. 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And Marean my Inmom i Yaek Dew a a atom thy White head i Hub a them All Tham turn 1 Kford end i drank Down original Story. I written for the Cincinnati Timea. 1 her dat dream. By Oale Forest. Drea iua arc the children of an Idle brain a Shanar Bate. And with it words of Sweet breath composed As made the Gilt More rich�?1 d. A week Day summer morning Calm and a quiet with a Sabbath quiet that seems pervade All things restful Ness that apparently affects All nature animate and inanimate the bees that drone softly the Birds. That twitter tranquilly the butterflies that Dainty pause upon the Dowers Thel caves of the Trees that do not even whisper one another the Ripples of the River that lazily Lave the Shore even the Pray quiet dust in the Road that lies at rest r and the Flower that languidly offer their perfume through the open door and windows of a cosy White farm House that too seems resting Agamy the Green Hill at whose foot it is. Have you not o busiest worker that Ever lived Felt the enervating influence of Sueh a Day when tired and Dull and listless Yeti Felt compelled sit 3owu and do nothing because All your beat efforts seemed so utterly useless when you Felt the inclination Strong within you having sat Down Jud stay there Aad bid the world move on and leave you even wish that you could drop out of the world As easily As into the chair that held you something Tike this feels this summer morning the usually cheesiest most industrious of housewives Sweet Ruth havens for Ruth is tired and the atoll House and the warm air that scarcely scents circulate around her As she breathes it a re so compulsive languor so antagonistic activity that though she casts the while a deprecating half apologetic look at the waiting duties Aud Doe so reluctantly she at last yields the overpowering influence draws her Tittle old Low rocking chair oue of the open doors Aud with a deep sigh that expresses a great Deal sinks into k. A perfect picture of Wear idleness she makes a a he sits there looking toward the Hills and the valleys and the River looking but with Eves that see not the scene that a a a never changed. But was aids Jfe changing sees not the Sunshine that lies like a fold of Gold upon the hilltops the shadows that tall like veneering Ebony upon the valleys Aud the Snow White sails of a boat that float like a Angelus wings Over the River Wees no More than if Jdie sunlight and stillness of morning were the Moonlight and silence of Midnight and Ruth s Day dream a right dream far Ruth is dreaming and talking aloud in her waking dream. A ooh that the Days of Fhiry god mothers were not forever past that i might have one come me now and give me my chief de sire the wherewithal lift the debt of our Little farm and the Burden from Johns shoulders and our heart. Just that Aud a trifle More but Only enough give us a neat egg and get the few things for the discover hidden treasure anywhere about the place and then her thoughts turning from generous gift munificent giver As memory for a moment quot makes her a child again quot the favorite Niece of her in Uncle Jeorge her eyes growing misty with tear of pure Joy and gratitude that he is Well remembers her she looks away Over the Fields the Distant one where her John is patiently working and exclaims her voice deep with love Aud Heartfelt thanksgiving a ooh my Darling substantial uncles Aie better than fairy godmothers and when i can nut this precious piece of paper in your hands and my happiness blending with yours shall be Complete the Best of my Day dreams quot scarcely Able believe the Gladsome words As she utters them quot will come true., a i written Lor in Viiu inns i Timas. A mexican memoranda. By e. I. Oswald it. Egg it at House that 1 so crave. A Large Bay window place of the two Small South windows for my few plants and my Bird and a Bright Mew carpet and curtains for this room i for id fix in this room first because Yre him Here and the other rooms wed fix As we could afford it Aud a new cover for Tito lounge. And my chair that is comfortable audit love if John a inclined laugh at it sometimes settling Hack a cd a Huey Ong a quot quite affectionately Aud an Ebay chair for John and or the children the few books and Tova that at Holiday Timea it grieved us of that we could not get them and if i could have a few Nice picture for these almost Bare Tralla i can Sec just How it would look and what a dear copy Tittle living room we should Bare and How Happy we should be because we should be free and should not feel All the time As if we were working under a Load. It never seemed so before it has Only seemed Tike a Burden since John was sick so Long and everything went behind and nearly All that we had saved by hard work and careful Economy went in part payment for his precious life. Part hunk god that he was spared 1 what would a Niue of wealth be me without him but though he is so patient and seems so hopeful can see How heavily the thought of the lost time and toil earned saving weighs upon his mind and. To Morrow dreaded Day another payment is due Ami with All or work and Jeff denial in so Many things we still Lack one Hundred Dollar of the amount. A Ruth is this gue canse of your w Cario eat of 1 if 1 could in some Way other than i do help pay for our Home if Day this very Day when John comes in tired and warm i could put into his dear bands a sum Sofr cheat pay the whole debt what woman a All the wide world would be Happy me my Tittle self and. What Man so Happy Aad grateful a my tall Huahan debut alas quot As she sadly Realises the great difference Between the Ideal and the real and Bow utterly improbable it is that ska will Ever perform such a Joyful . Quot such things Home Only in dreams me and i a one two Rune four five six seven eight Bine leu quot Ruth counts the die Tibet Steelea indifferently at first at urn her a Yea open widely and Whan eleven follows Ane starts up a fully aroused As in the Early the a a ales is the Ether Orui. Among the Active volcanic regions which have terrified or delighted our european Cornea by their display the Island offi Trombini can claim precedence in regard the frequency of actual eruptions. A which have recurred three or four times 1" year with a regularity which makes the remoteness of that Island from the highways of travel a matter of constant regret at ural philosophers and sight seers. A Bat on own continent Cun boast of a Volcano or rather a group of volcanoes whose edit fire fit hate become a chronic disease and whose chief Crater is now a perennial Spring of molten lava cinders and smoke. About fifty Miles West of the mexican capital the Road the Pacific coast crosses a Mountain Radge whose summits afford a Birds Eye View of this phenomenon an agitated Cloud of Reddish Gray smoke getting Inrid after so Down issuing in de we. Masses in columns or in a succession of curious rings from an isolated group of Hill in the Valtiny of the Rio Balsamo the main and Central River of the Fertile state of Michota Ean thigh Tateiwa thickly settled by european Colont before the report of fire Arm disturbed the Bison herds in the Ohio Vasiley and a traveler who had crossed the Sierra Madre in the Spring of �7�w, might have seen a level Aud we a Multi Vail a indigo Plantation when those Ila Mlp ugh Stan l now and Riverside farms with gently sloping pastures where the Lutio Balsamo Haa now a orce it Way through a chaos of smoking Cinde heaps. The summer of that year had been so uncommonly Dow in Southern Mexico that the banners of Michoacan had resort artificial irrigation and the Rio Claro a Small tributary of the Balsamo River had been dammed four Miles above the Junction at a int where it crossed the indigo Fields of the nor de Kiva. The work had been entrusted a operator a contractor As we would Call him one of those Speculator in Indian serfs who used keep Well drilled regiments of Day labourers and hired them out the highest bidder. I it on Lascar the contractor also owned a movable cottage a sort of Pavilion on wheels which he had stationed near the Bank of the Rio Claro when the ditching began. On the evening of the test of july t75�. He had retired that cottage with one of his assistant and was either asleep or just dosing when he was startled by a hollow rumbling sound that seemed Yob rate through the air and Trade the Ruji Aad plates on 1st Tittle table rattle a if the carve in quot site of human habitations and Trees was Only marked by a Heap of smoking ashes. There was no resisting such arguments and the surviving settlers 3,000 of them had perished within the first ten minutes of the catastrophe who had saved themselves he timely flight continued that flight till heaven High Mountain ranges separated them from their ill fated Birthplace. Toward evening the violence of the tire storm subsided Aud the next in Rose upon a vast expanse of chaotic cinder heaps rising toward a Hill that emitted a Curling stroke Aud Little Jet of fluid lava and which hits continued smoke and spit gentle lava showers for 119 year and $ month without missing a single Day. The maj it of it the a had land quot the mexicans Call that Region,.whose it Lai Hills Alnio st it be of the heat that radiated through the cd tire Ashy pile of forty English Square Miles and has been found exceed 200fahrenheit at the bae of the Volcano proper the heat of the Airt too reminds one less of Suh heat than of the stifling caloric in the neighbourhood of a smelting Furnace or an overheated stove and if the a Ivind blow from the direction of the Crater it fills the afr with igneous particles that re sem he the floating soot of the Cincinnati atmosphere Imp Cuve a More indelible mar k if they happen alight on your shirt Bisom or face a Shower of glowing embers in fact hot from the Smithy fit the infernal god. It like the Baa co pillar that guided Israel the promised land the column of Fluke that never ceases ascend front the Crater becomes Luminous at night and its reflection nov been seen from the Observatory of the mex. _. I. _ on a Cint Fps of High Sarong conds has often of her Premium warns her Cariag when the alarm not tone clock her special Pride she should be a and doing., audibly expressing remorse for her waste-1 time she turn toward the Kitchen prepare the midday meal when site is st opioid with another Start by the figure of a boy whom she Recognises As bulb Nging a neighbor in tha opposite doorway a Bov whose feet Are cheaply shod with dirt Audi who a seemingly though probably unknowingly trying Dio Lewis plan of holes in the hat prevent Bald Iieana for the Straw article which a wears is More holes than list. A please mom quot says this Small specimen Posto Nice and or. Aya said a i want the Here was a letter i was bring Days gating handwriting. A thank quot a letter for me from his hand and the Straw _ you quot says Ruth taking it Sonoe Riugi at the strange handwriting. A thank you my Bop quot suddenly not icing that he is walking of and she has forgotten this Courtesy a who Cau it be from can 1 spend time read it quot glancing at the clock whose tireless hands Are moving steadily on toward and hurriedly e read rapidly aloud a some people alway do especially if in great haste it it a my dear Nile a were any one ask Yon concerning me i am bound believe you would reply a i Realis do not know anything about him and Rye no doubt a its years since be has thought of me though he we a once so fond of me and then perhaps you d give a Little sigh at the remembrance of those bygone Day that were so filled with happiness but through All the years that have passed since then i have not forgotten the wee girl who used play around my Knea and give me the full measure of a child s warm Happy love. And. Though we have been so widely separated these year i have always known where you were and How the world was Usina you. I was pained learn quite recently of Johua a Long illness knowing Well what a drawback that is for a Young couple wet la a Home pay for and children growing no whose wants increase with their my up growth. A Tom i finos wet Osrud Sway is Yssis my mat a Toni Toisy As ims atone is earn Widi Ker very Pathan through tax rss m Asoka Wutti tests a Stu Amy toe try. N Aaaanda waiting up yonder fear tip and Alf its Vara fist Toat nothing can Sunder me a Long is sanity s stars. Will stretch out Greet us a Sosa Asars Allsby a and works us dons wits foes Maatta lit til West us i Brawl Ofui Shore where god is the sue. I al Rit wait Home Bina darkened and sin had marred Imp kiss la sky heaven starred. A ii mtg ohm a Well these later years have been very kind me in every Way particularly in financial matter so that i am now As possibly Yon May or May not have heard a very Rich Man. You will understand my dear child that 1 do not say this boastfully but vary and simply that you tny not feel that what i am about Ofier Yogi will Ever be missed he me. A i have always said that if i aver became Rich instead of hoarding All my wealth till death compelled me leave it for heirs a Narrol Over the disgust of the world Aud the Benefit of lawyers i would give such Suras a i feel i could spare those whom i knew be worthy during my like tire that thereby. I a pish quot receive the highest enjoyment a Vul Isble from wealth a he it it Nai knowledge that it is a source of pleasure and profit those who arc dear me. A Diu accordance with the idea feeling that now perhaps May he your hour of need i enclose tou with my Tova a Check for five thous Ancl dollars which will i Hope Ena Lile Vou pay the Halace on the farm and leave you a Small margin beside. A be should life and health be spared me i May look upon you sometime within a year when 1 Hope find you Well Aud prosperous. Y Bur affectionate Uncle a Tirol go a it a five thousand a Oliata quot Crie Ruth a a she finishes gazing again with dilating aur almost incredulous eyes at the wonderful words very much As she would do were she. Don Lascar stirred the embers in his cooking Box lighted a Candle Aud saw his companion standing in the Middle of the floor with an air of ludicrous bewilderment. A so you heard it too what in the name of common sense can that have been quot a not Thunder 1 Hope quot muttered the other a a big Shower could not come More ill timed it would Wash our Job All tha contractor opened his lattice window. A no fear of that quot he said quot the sky is quite Clear see not a Star missing. Besides it was not like Thunder much More Tike a Distant Canon shot if we were fifty Miles nearer Vera Crux i should say it was one of Castillo big guns going of. But that rattling reminds me almost of an earthquake we had on the coast last year did the Way it a a he did not finish his sentence. A violent Shock tumbled the ear Over the Brink of the River Hank and after recovering their senses the two men found themselves in a Willow Thicket sixteen feet Helow their last camping ground Asmonga Heap of shattered hoards Aud Dushe. The operators conjecture had received an incontrovertible confirmation the whole Camp was in alarm and hit cries for kelp soon brought a a warn of Pton his assistance. He retained two or three and dispatched the re the Hacienda. That Shock he thought must Heve upset the Kiva s House furniture if not the House itself. A it the Hacienda was badly damaged the Garden Wall bad come Down and the dwelling House a Large Stone building had of racked it Southside Wail not mention the internal havoc which amounted two Hundred dollars Worth i smashed furniture and Dishea. But de Rivas a an old inhabitant who bad the chronicle of the mexican colonies at ids fingers ends and remembered different instance be ref Arras and Village on the Eastern slope had been visited by similar shocks which had More frightened than Hurt the inhabitant and rarely repeated themselves within the same Quarter of a Century. So he resolved slay and resigning his crop its Fate Aei the pen work at Bis Garden Wall Aud want Acapulco engages professional Stonemason. On his return trip he stopped for dinner at a farmhouse near the Village of st. Vicente and _ waa entertaining Bis Host with a summary of his adventures when the windows rattled in an ominous Way and almost in the same moment the Farmers Little boy came running in. Quot there i a big smoke going up on the Mountain quot be cried quot the gang incr says they have another earthquake up on the five minute after l e Rivas wami his horse again galloped him till he dropped ran the next farm hired their Bast Pouy and Mau sced reach before the Dawn of the next mor Finx. His worst fears were confirmed the in Rewiug House a a Beau of debris his Fields were strewn with the fragments of a huge Cliff that had detached itself from the Oyer hanging Ridge of the Sierra and four utile above his place near the month of the Corullo Freek the Valley had Given birth a new Hill a Moun Tahinos Heap of scoria and cinders that heard and swayed Tike a Seething Bobble. 8till theris was Hope. The subterranean Force had found a outlet now and might cease shake the mountains the Corn crops and Many fruit Trees had remained uninjured the Harvest waa at hand in Short it seemed Worth Whitefo stay and try repair damages. Assistance and provisions arrived from the neigh Boring settlement the Farmers of the a Atiemo Valley commenced repair with a will and if the Vul Marhad ican capital. A but the greatest curiosity of the Balsamo Valley is still the Barranca or great chasm on pic Northwestern slope. Colossal chimneys of the nether world Are found elsewhere but the Tuni Xiy alone can boast of a colossal Hatchway an accessible Ault a open trap door connecting directly with the tire abyss of the Interior Earth. Volcanoes Are generally so Steep and High and their crat Jer so difficult of Access that perhaps involuntary victim Ever left the upper world by v that door but Here is a yawning Gulf intersecting the paths of the children of the Earth a chasm sixteen Miles Long and eighty Yards wide with an abrupt Brink on either Side where a false step or a push from behind would so effectually remove a Man from the face of the Earth that human skill might a Well attempt Rescue him fron the Halls of Iblis. This monster Crater runs East and West or almost parallel with the course of the main River but six of ito Northern tributaries six Good sized Creek have disappeared and ooze from the ground fifteen Miles further Southeast in the Torrn of hot Spring. The Indian soit Leia of the neighbourhood Jug Ake Large detours through the mountains rather than go near the Barranca and an old guide of the Village of Pataca run a who has accompanied innumerable strangers tha May a ays declares that he is still subject what the spaniards Call the Mountain fever Mol Delmotte that took hts breath away when he approached the volcanic hell Gate for the Firat time. Strangers indeed have merely repeated that Experiment a horror not ratio overcomes Yon Tike a sudden vertigo and the temptation jump Down is Only a altered by the stronger temptation the turn and Ruu. People who have looked Down from the Pinnacle of a High Tower or an overhanging Alpine Olill confess the same sensation and or of Arlen whimper who came so near sharing the Fate of his companions in the catastrophe of the matterhorn adduces fat experience As a proof that a leap into a abyss or Crater would be the easiest Short Tine the new Eton and declare that he would never dream of ranking the voluntary trip by any other a my physical feelings during that headlong do pc wet a he May a were agreeable than pm head dashed against the Roek left and right hut excitement operated like a aesthetic. 1 was Only conscious of a it coaching a critical Point in my earthly career at a Speed that would decide hamlets alternative within ton or twelve seconds. 1 think it was be tween the eighth and ninth second when i grabbed that Bush and knew 1 waa Safe. Had i missed it that would have been the last of me and All my earthly trouble for my sensorium a benumbed and i would have tumbled Over the adder Cliff a a Drunken Man tumbles from his chair into in the neighbourhood of the Volcano the Gorge is bordered by Loose pumice stones and scoria and therefore doubly dangerous but eight Miles further West the firm gneiss Rock that underlies the surface strata of this Region a exposed and affords a chalice of approaching within a few feet of the very Edge. The Barranca is about sixty Yards across Horn and the opposite Wall Apfl a earn perfectly perpendicular us of covered or the first Twenty or thirty feet Down and naked and straight As the masonry of a fort below. Even at High noon tire Eye can oui penetrate a depth of sixty or seventy Yards and the gloom of the lower regions a More dismally impressive than All the horrors of Dante a inferno with an admixture of Light i. Visitors often amuse themselves by rolling a heavy Bowlder the Brink and watching its descent into tartarus for All they can Tell for there Are places where a too Pound Rock goes Down a silent a a drop of water into a Artesian Well the deepest Depths of the great Barranca reflect neither sound nor Light. But the guides know a few spots where the Low Erwilla of the abyss seem or be fall of sight or ten Nocona heavy Rooks Sena up an Echo a hollow voice or profound which under favourable circumstance a May be heard for half a minute till the last Ait bumps Fern emanate from the neighbourhood of the Antipodes. T at its Northwestern extremity the Barranca meets a Spur of the lofty mountains that divides this Valley from the Pacific scope. And runs Uphill for a couple of Hundred Yards press uting the appearance of a ver tical left in the flank of the Mountain. In this cornere., Uear the Point where the hitherto horizontal Brink of the Basin turns upward the volcanic origin of the Barren a reveals itself by a amp Seoul exhalations Aud a fierce heat whence the natives Enji this spot it Mart of the. Bake oven. The crust of our Mother Earth must be rather attenuated Here for every More Thau commonly vigorous pull of smoke of font below makes the ground tremble and Forcee cur tents of air through the lateral fissures of the Harianna. The eruption and unearthly sounds that the heavier Earth nukes of this regu Gnu emanated not from tiie Hill Volcano but from the Mutli of the a oven quot a my almost every year abrupt explosions of this Valley Crater have ejected rocks of portentous dimension w hich often traversed the Ridge of the Merra Madre and tumbled into Distant Settle Meta like meteors from the sky. Ott the 24 of september 1871, the a will of a Ranchero were at work in a yarn Field in the neighbourhood of Aroh Ingo about forty Miles Northeast of the Bananto Valier when suddenly the ground waa shaken by a , and a few second after Ward. They were horrified by a Tierce hissing in the sky produced by the shot like flight of an Eno Moo meteor that seemed too due directly toward their quot potato path. The threw himself Flat urn Tain farm on the Balsamo at the approach of the next summer but the pastures of that farm were bossed by a shaggy Broncho a a Small but unspeakably wicked old horse a who tried conclusions with the big stranger a soon As he caught sight of him and in aimed Stampede him at the first Onset. The Noru Iati leaped the Fence Aud galloped away on the up River Road so closely followed by the Broncho that they reached the Barranca almost at the same tithe Foremost horse saw the trap in tim save itself by a tremendous Back leap but the pursuer shot ahead until he was in the midst of the Loose pumice stones on a Steep incline where no horse Power could save him. He went overboard m ii it of Fai rivals who stood on if Riff Jim trembling Ami snorting. I narrow escape and the Fate of the Broncho so impressed the sensitive brute that no human Force nor human Periu Arion could afterwards induce him leave the farm in a northeasterly direction. He was resolved give the Barranca a wide berth. In a moral Point of View Tfaye catastrophe of 17v�?~and it consequent Phenomena seem have exercised a beneficial effect upon the neighbouring population. They have become More orthodox and be a frivolous and even the lower classes Are distinguished from those of other mexican communities by a sort of Tenn into Mori Gravity. The heat the lurid flames and tha subterranean howls serve diet in Teplir mind from the Vanist amt life and preachers on the Portem with vary realistic illustrations but at he Samf time so enhance the painful interest of the chronological question Tinl or. Beecher slate discovery would product a greater sensation in the Balsamo Valley Thau even or. Tilton s. _ _ a Western woman a Pluck. M Lebraska Man upon. The ground hoped dislodge them from their Home a and his women folks took their heels with steady it bad again their Energy and their resources. Hut ito third Attema a proved a Complete a Cees Sud in a six hour a eruption of Alto 5ether Unipan tilled violence the Volcano of Orgullo managed convert forty six English Square Miles of Fine farming land into the most hopeless desert of our continent. On the 17th of August 1759, about two hones after air tax the new Hill shot a Stream of lira toward the sky the smoke mingled with the Hibbeat Liouda and instead of the sprinkling of ashes and Distant Thunder of the last month lie settlers were a treated a Shower of rocks accompanied with explosions of such tremendous Force that they were distinctly heard on the Baotic coast Aud even in Vera l�?Ta/., on lie Border of Guatemala at a distance of Lour Hundred English uii Lehv the Earth trembled Aud cracked like a join Are giving Way = and at a Abbottt 10 a m. The crust burst the Valier of the Rio Lia Luiu with its adjoining Hilli was split asunder and the first rays of Daylight that penetrated the volcanic Clouds revealed a chasm of sixteen mile in length Aud eighty Yards in w Idab that remains this Day As the greatest natural curiosity on the american con Niagara Falls. Hardly Lesa w Onder Dufwa Iem a Hill the Vole up Ltd of Corullo As if was called that kept rising under Ibe accumulation a of its own void it till it rivalled the foothill i i the surrounding Sierra and now stand a the Centre of Tbs Valley As a sugar aft shaped it pile of scoria in and High exceeding by about feet. The height of quot look tit Mountain quot near a tiatia Sooga. The flying Roek Iliad covered tie Ralley it it a depth of 18 inches at a Din tank e of thu Miles from the focus of Hie eruption the River had disappeared and the totem of her. Miles a a passed w feel j Volvnik tie or Anim so scream of terror jut they had not run before the me a Enger of Eleaih bad struck the ground about half a mile further Northeast. They hurried the so tend found not an aerolite but a smoking miss of volcanic Rock about Twenty five feet in diameter that had half buried itself in a Biol of stiff w Hite Clay. This Roek like others that had fallen West Aud Northwest of the Balsamo Valley was a missile from the Hobnob and the mountaineers of the Western Sierra had seen the acol Cingo Boarnd chunk go up like a Shell from a Nior tar w Ith the same screaming Hiss that Lead terrified the family of the Ranchero. The indians avoid the ban Cauca with an almost superstitious dread and fell stories of Foolhardy Hunters and strangers who approached the bom ito and w Ere paralysed by the poit Tocoua. Guava lost their foothold and went Tom Paine s locker or were lured their destruction by the evil spirit that haunts the neighbourhood of a this Piatt Johp but there is no doubt that countless human and animal victims have actually found their Way the ii Nace uhf moloch by this door. The Effew article of Michoacan Speaks of a detachment of Spanish troopers trere chased into , one night during the revolution of �?T34, and went Down horse and rider every mothers son of them also of a company of Sulphur miners who explored the Horn ito in 1856, and lost four men and the Farmers of the neighbourhood a flirt that Ivi Thiu their memory not a year it Hort an Accident or two in loss of human life or of valuable her i Roa Seroua Sreer an Herder. Chicago Cormano Aderee Wale Saain Rtula journal six years ago a gentleman who had been a War go Vurnor of a upper Mississippi state was afterwards minister a european ont and at the head of one of the Moat important departments of the government and a member of the National Cabinet died leaving n wife with from $15,000 $20,000, and this mainly in an unproductive Homestead in Southern new York. Through the jul vice of a a apposed Friend of tier Husebo id this lady was induced sell her property and put the proceeds in a Herd of cat a m Southwest Nebraska. She came out look after her investment Aud Fiu Diug the of audition of the Herd unsatisfactory assumed $13,000 of Lia Hittie and bought out and took the nifty Rife roast into her own hands. In a few months the Herd waa a Atluri tir condition. Bat at the aant time she found herself suffering from pecuniary embarrassment and in pealed her Eastern friends for Aid. They looked upon he venture As a visionary Oak Aud declined assist her but advised her give it in save what she could from the wreck and return them. She did not believe there was any such word As fail and applied herself All the More dih Geutry her Bua Inesa. She Rod the Herd a very Day except sundays sometimes a a buggy but generally on horseback sixteen Miles each Way and gave the most minute instructions her men. Her troubles site kept entire in herself. Her help or her neighbors did not know but she Hau a Hank draw upon for All the Money she needed. At the end of the year she sent for the father of her late partner and they divided the Herd equally Aud settled with a loss her of Over $3, xxx which she paid get the partnership dissolved. She then borrowed $6,000 enable her pay some Small debts make some improvements in building Aud Start afresh entirely a embarrassed. -. At the present time her liabilities Are Only $3,00�?o Phe a a Herd of Over Lex a a head of Eattle a an abundance of conveniences for them Aud no Stock farm or Range within 100 Miles a provided with As Good barns Sheds corrals and Range for cattle. Her Herd a Clearing her Over $6,000 a year Aud constantly increasing in size. At Tbs railway station Whan she resides she has a farm of 140 areas on which Are a Good dwelling liars Sheds cheese factory Corral ac., in perfect order. The farm is All under Fence she buys All lumber used herself and has every improvement Large and Small made under her own Eye Ana As she directs. In truth she it her own superintendent Aad personally looks after everything both on the farm and at the cattle Ryoei. At the ranch aha has a comfortable House which she occupies when her business confined her there. Site visits tha ranch about five times a week generally on horse Back and goes Aad returns the same Day. No Busin Caa Man in Nebraska is in better credit than this enterprising Aad excellent 1 by a a j a a hex Delylie Peeple. / fran the car Nkiru Magazine j a maltese couple named reliefs whose hands and feet were of the Ordinary tit get had a son Gratio who had six movable fingers on each hand and six somewhat less perfect Toeu on each foot. Gratio Kel Leia it married it a woman possessing Only the Ordinary number of fingers and toes. There were four chi Tutti of this marriage Salvator George Andre and Marie. A Salvato Rhad six fingers and six toys like the father George and Andre had each five fingers and five toes like the Mother but the hands Aud feet of George were a lightly deformed Marie had five fun Ger and five Tea. But her thumbs were slightly deformed. All four children grew up and married Folk with the Ordinary number of Finger Aad toes. The children of Andre alone who were Many were without exception of the Normal Type like a their father. The children of Salvator who alone a six fingered and six toed like Gratio the Grandfather were four in number three of them resembled the father while the other the void Gedz was of the Vonual Type like his Mother and grandmother. A these four children were the descendant of four grandparent of whom one Only was we see that the variety had been Strong enough in their Case overcome the Normal Type in three fold greater strength. Rut the strangest part of the Story is that relating George and Marie. George who waa it pen dactyl though somewhat deformed about the hands and feet waa the father of four children. First two and acrylic next a right Side of the in the left aider and lastly a boy _ Pentad acrylic. Marie a pent do qty a the reconstructed pm of Tbs Cincinnati times it , ala., May 17. In a Irrie item published in the times some weeks ago concerning a Olive Harper quot it a suggested hat we might sex pit Ohio fresh ideas from her it Eti on a tou Thein life and manners quot v ? v upon Heva i rival in Hii Ladelphia she proceeded give her View which were published in the Somerset Herald. A copy of that paper was sent Here Aud quite a Ripple of excitement has resulted. The letter is headed quot Ike reconstructed after thanking Providence that she is Back alive she proceeds As follows quot balls i was Stu Ica ident of the Sonny South ? 1 did not write anything regarding what i saw the re Herau a being a woman 1 have a High regard for my Hack hair Aad also think the Banty of my threat would not be enhanced let a a a United rope being drawn around it and so 1 retrained but now that am Safe from the tender inertia of Tbs High toned chivalry. Of the Noble sons of the quot in coustau ctr a South quot 1 Leei Bee espre my opinions. When Bur lady first came this country she a Tike Many another northerner Ami was quite captivated by the people Aud wrote some severe a letters against those who Iliad told of Kun flux bulldozing and the Kindred arts. In a few months she has swung the other Ide tand is equally bitter Aga list the Soi uhrus. It is Idle say that a he would have been in any danger of the knotted rope about her Throat. Take another item the women work out the a Rida blowing harrowing planting and harvesting and a Clearing land and working aids by Side with the Uinn Oieu having a ital la nursing baby along wrapped an rid quilt Aad Laid on the Tranod and so pastimes working up within a Lew Days of motherhood. Thu they bring into Tbs world a of a Ehin puny by by without vitality. And this grows up of s meagre diet of a hog meat quot and Corn bread a Lank atm Rahin creature Alt a Man tally and Tyr Secaur Rebla fee the South Cru people deteriorate in every Way like their Laud year by year until take them a a Clam in a pm Parton with Ether people and their in. If it Wei m a pvt a a sue v we Eussie a in n i come but even a Scafa work. It taut attn Karteris internet have him Home out for be Long As he la in debt he a la the Toro Fei Jority would be Taug Isble if it were not of pitiful. For my own part i have never a in anything like the above so cat tit far by that it Ikani Gor a alg i m Kahtz parts of the co Quiry tie people live in Cou tort if not in luxury in other parts a in the. Counties South of this there is it Good Deal of Pov arty. The following is partially True even hero on cause of the 4eepevate poverty of the Labouring Ceasare there is the grocery stores the storekeeper advances them provisions and seeds and sometimes forming implements taking therefor a mortgage of the crop and then All through the Wason be furnishes pork Calico etc.,-at i own Price always charging doubts and at the ced of the Evaeon takes the trope at hts own Price weigh them upon Hie news Scales and it is a rare Rase tor a mss come but even of a the Torr i even keepers Power and the Sot per i i ted buy say other Piare. But this would happen in any country if the formers were not Thrifty enough care for and do for Thema Elve. The following 1 know nothing about it the a unique experience see a Seurt held there. The judge jury prisoners lawyers and ail Lia about in the eerie st Aad most unstudied attitudes it pit of vers of tobacco juice sad get up Horo races after the trial in vain Ruusu court held in As old barn circuit court it 1,1 and the Corn makes Beds and lounges such a the Southern juries Delight in. Those now a Claro that there is not a word of truth in it. In speaking of the Lynching of White and the two negro a she said that it was a political affair and that White was a Republican. Thia a totally uncalled for. White was Soldier in the of federate army and Hud always voted the democratic ticket. One of the negroes was a Democrat also. She draw a sorry picture of Ilu Twille All of which has Callea out n storm of abuse from tiie local press. But Thia is the quot All quot sunday Reading. Olis. The colossal store and palatial residences everywhere divert the mind so that mile Are walked without the left fatigue. Strolling tip Broadway peeping into the shop window not neglecting the quot old curiosity shoo quot where dried mummies grinning skulls antiquated coins and Musty relics from the time of Adam Down the present generation meet the gaze of the bewildered Rustie the time flies from morning noon. Arriving at Union Square the traveler stops Admire the statues of Lincoln and Lafayette and at Madison Square further along the statue also Bronze of the late William ii. Seward. What with these and the statues in out Rall Park due gets bit of history in a pleasure walk. Castle Garden always irites Jcj the Inlander of ifs. It must be a Beautiful pot. At All times hut now with. To of budding Spring in the Park about it quot itis veritable a a Gem. Reclining none of the easy benches in the Park a constant Panorama gradually unfolds itself the View there we vessels of every description from a Little st am tug puffing and blowing the great Leviathan of a steamship moving a Catly upon the Waters like a giant Avah in thurdis tante one sees a Small speck upon the horizon no larger than a Many a hand which gradually assume a definite shape As it approaches it is a homeward bound Steamer heavily Laden with merchandise and crowded with emigrants. A no scene can be More novel or exciting than the Bustle and tumult attending the discharge of his animate and inanimate of Reigert. V i one. Phase of now York life is its numerous beggar Riquen and paddlers of pc con Start try meet in the a frequented Street. The rag Man a a Small hand express containing old boxes rag and rubbish of every conceivable description Over his express is quot suspended by Means of a strap al out a half dozen cow Hells which give Ortli perpetually the most doleful Din. _ the Vendor of clams and Oyster Meally two or three together with a dilapidated old Wagon and spa ined horse in a stranger sight a Western stranger. The two or three Are associated so that a soon a ones voice gives out the others May chime in. The Patent skirt Man parading no find Down Broadway with a self adjusting ppr ment in a Glass Case Hung on behind Aud before is a forcible reminder a a of Bur own native City. The dog show at Fml Morse a Garden attract immense crowd daily and is proving a great Success. It a quite an interesting scene yesterday in the Vicinity of the Garden Sec sporting gentlemen leading their pet a Bull pups quot ladies carrying their favorite poodle bestowing upon them from time time wasted affectionate onre is. Then there were Smalt boys leading no a Frimd is More than made up by the a a Newt in Lega Landers bigger than themselves by a string Cien we this $17,000. Though usually Tbs order a reversed. Margaret according the Jar be Lili m tip al of Devotion at Rome on ving and Barking Ai 8tr� 5� iwand nigh Maundy Ltd hasday by visiting seven in Gree can Only be compared the tuning churches on foot Clad in mourning and a of on great Organ for the May festival by a maid of Honor. By thi time tie traveler must repair . A.,. His ship of which he begins feel like a. It u i part proprietor having inspected the vesseljf1 their Csont he nil r Tali ch0o#� the Day before and not become seasick at we a kit a a a the by shop of Manchester strongly denounces the War fever in England. One of the Han Fraucisco churches after having its debt raised by Kimball Baa been sold by foreclosure. Every Workman fat a the Par exposition building has received a present of a Bible in the French language. The Southern presbyterians announce a Camp meeting he held at hog Island Texas beginning july 12. The death is announced of or. John Thompson of Whitehaven father i the archbishop of York at the age of 87. R there Are at present 4,600 fugitive jew att is Pantinople toward whose sustenance the Alliance Israel ii 216,000 Fra be. There Are now forty roman quot vat Bolic parishes within the Mnnie pal limits of Brooklyn. A new one a it eos Fttie by a i Organ i Zed. The Rev. George Mueller is sail for England on the7th inst. During his three years of preaching Tours he lift. Journeyed 15,800 Miles. H when the new congregational Church at Johnsbury t., is completed it will make the sixth new Chireh built in that Village within five year. The roman Catholic Church of the United mates spends $6 i0jxm a year among the race men of the a 100,000-colored pupils in her schools. The new y Ork Bible society distributed during april 5 872 bibles and testament among 3,68ft families �?0 vessels and 7,903 emigrants at Castiel Lurlen. It a stated that a Hris Linn minister who has Hgt Labouring during the past year in the Central part of the Mctate of new York receive but $17 for his year a service. Half of the required it,00q has been raised toward hire Section of a martyrs memorial at it rat Ford England where eighteen martyrs suffered death in the years 1553 and 1556, a or. Burgess will be consecrated As Bishop of the protestant episcopal diocese of Quincy 111., at his own Church in Springfield mas. Bishop Huntington will preach the Sermon. The movement among the old Catholic in Germany in favo of abolishing the celibacy of the clergy is spreading rapidly. The delegates from the congregation Are voting for it by Large majorities. The. Am Ricau Board of commissioner for foreign missions a the far a deficiency in its annual contributions of $15, which a Bales of f Ine break Elf. 1 paria correspondence. I tiie Dreaves worn by Mue. Albani who a made her appearance in paria in a a us Travista quot were made by Worth sex presely the occasion and Are real mar i elot taste and magnificence. In the lir aft and her toilet was compose of a train and Corsage of Pale Pink Satin embroidered with Gow end Silver and with the trial lined with Cream Satin. This was tamed Back new revert Over a Short close fitting underskirt of russet coloured velvet embroidered with set bouquets of Flowers a Gold and Silver and edged around the hem with a Rich Gold fringe. The wait i was Cut Square with Hall Loag sleeves and was embroidered w Ith Gold and Silver. A Pale Pink Feather Vas confined by a Diamond circlet in her hair. Of laments of Pearl and diamonds la the second one wears a morning dress of a Cream yellow stomped velvet Cut Prifte uese with a Louis Xiv Waistcoat of Pale bin Aitta. Set with steel buttons Over an underskirt of Pale by no Satin Poulisse in front very tue gracefully just below the Waist Aad bordered at the hem with Black velvet and with fringe of Palm yellow and Cut Stoer Bead. Her third dress is of White Satia Aad Silver the underskirt is bordered a front with am Elaby Rete Shell slipped trimming a Satta. Edge Writh Silver. Over that a a vary Short apron Over skirt embroidered with a Ilvy re coming but a al told below the knee and Boft dried with a wide White and Stiver Frigon this is Eros cd trave Refalvy with a Wreath of it the Glossy Green leaves o f the came in will a single White Blossom Here and there. Two similar garlands Cross behind Hodio bark the Long train of while Satin embroidered with Silver. The Waist is but half High a the Graceful modest style known of old an a la rvs Waud h crossed by a Garland a a a la skill 4 the Aad la the responding those on coiffure is nigh and crepe a with Large diamonds. 5111�. Albani Caery an in this an exquisite fan of White Feather and Mother of Pearl in the first her a waa an antique painted one of great Beauty. Wus dig concern get of her Navy. For a Nee her reputation Afoa a Pupil of Liszt. A m it is a Baa Duful and tote and dec at a tul Wilri instr Fumii snuff Sticks the Corners of d interred no sight Sci fan by guru with titt la Weri Guia Caery of their Youtha. Aad no the Graceful Cutean durings of the Amber jute As it Lithul renown their China it school children with their quot a quot but it i the h Pat aant Muttle no jaw my of a and a Oul with deformed thumb gave birth a Bov with six toes add tit re c finally formed children. It wit be seen however that the Normal Type showed itself in greater Force than the variety in the third generation from Graffio for while one child of Salvatore a me of Georges three of Marie Saud All of Andrea a some seven or eight were of the a or thirteen in ally Only five vi., three of Salvator s Aud two of Georges presented the variety purely three other were More or less abnormally formed in Finger Atid toes but even counting these the influence of the variety was shown Only in eight of the grandchildren of a ratio whereas twelve or thirteen were of the Normal Type. A Refo Nilion. From us Loudon truth atan Odd the a other Day a Young Man in tits medical student Tine of life Carine suddenly face face with a dear kind old father a looking gentleman with White hair fit highly respectable and almost biblical appearance. They Boyk stodd transfixed the same Idt a flashed across both of them. Quot your fact is familiar me very familiar but i it a n remember where we Bay met of , the Friendly impulse was a a Riel out they shot a a hands waru tiv partook of a Friendly Glass and departed., still ignorant of each others name and occupation. / but the Young Man was determined solve the problem and he seized of tiie waiter Sud Swid him a Tell me waiter who i that did Ting i heed a Piring right of Earth so Grid a locks chasing a Stine Cut a or a qua Tarel Leaf a and i str tire the set tue with unerring precision into a particular or ii a Down by the Glare quot the a pen ire place. This a another Point on which your Cor Resno Dent a not posted. If there is one thing on which the natives than another it a in re Gariulo their . A word that reflect upon tip a modest or Good conduct of a Southern lady a alway stoutly resisted. A a Olive Harper quot Haa a woman a love when she came and a woman s hate when she of Otaway. A. A m. A rustic abroad. Freni Cisela Natl rear York. A a a i n file Muse of Mew York. Correspondence of the Annati times new York May 16, Yon will Hare abundant accounts of the exposition from scholars from gentlemen of Leisure from old experienced travellers and i wonder if the simple Etory of a wayfarer will prove a treating enough publish. But 1 shall risk it anyhow and if i am encouraged 1 will keep it up a shall write very plainly and unaffected Day because i can not write else and will Only be guided by the Endeavor always foil . The journey Newyl Ork route the great exposition a not altogether devoid of interest and some incident May a Trayger with the a hit hair All about him quot. Ami the waiter whispered lowly ,.sir, that a the pawnbroker quot meeting of the English we be of substantial Benefit the in initiate it who expect quot do quot Faris this summer. A few practical hints a therefore Given in a Verv Nilest Way., and left the a Cretton of the Reader accept or reject May not he deemed superfluous. A a first then it a advisable secure a berth midship outer tier at least a month in Advance As the exodus of american traveler tie expo coma this year is so Eno Rumour. Ouly yesterday i saw quite a number i people applying for passage on the Steamer quot Geil crts of the i Limburg american line at the office of their agent on Broadway and compelled leave with the answer a mail the berth Are having secured i berth the traveler can next arrange his Money matter with a Banket in whom he has Confidence by purchasing a draft or letter of credit on Paris. The banker will also secure a passport not a necessity now but always a convenient for identification of person or baggage. A baggage experience prove that the worldly one a in that Tiue the better. A portable Valise a Small travelling Satchel with a strap Sling Over the shoulder for daily toilet necessities is All that a really necessary. Then with a strap for a overcoat and tin old suit of clothe Wear on Board of the ship and the outfit is Complete. Arriving at new York if the traveler have time for lodging the a pastor House/1 of Broadway near tie Post of Licet is Good enough for a second Cabin passenger terms one four dollars a Day according inca tilt n of room. If the traveler is of still More limited Means Ami Daes not Fay much stress on a Tele a hotel Down town is preferable Ope within Saav Access the ship on which Intel in. I write All the time for the Helie Riu of readers a Inland and rustic a it self. The few Days at disposal a fore sailing permit visit tie Sigalit of tiie Irre trop Olis. The new Post office i Worth taking in on the Way ascending the Pire of Trinity Church Ohe obtain a magnificent View of the Harbor Jersey City Brooklyn Aud Hoboken and gets a Good general idea of the City. The or uniting nil Mumei ita Little cemetery surrounding the Church con Tain Hoite curious Eulogi zing the Virtues of. Imti visual w lio do parted this life Over a Century ago. Among the rest is the the Coria dedicate Leyah miss binary society a it st be a a it the Memry of Tjun Braye Imu w in . The Here Tarje a report stated died during their imprisonment in new colonel Mateo Garcia of Acapulco who own a Tine st tier House in the Jower part of Titis Valley imported a Norman stallion. Two years ago Slid in it order acclimatize Hisiu More gradually sent him uii i our Itiat Yarious branches of the Mission in Dif pc rent partly the world had been Well it Taim a and great accessions had been Maine it it the members of the Church. With regard the financial position of the society the receipt Home and foreign amounted 116,017, and payments 139,079, and about 15,000 bad been received at the Ukia Siosi during the year of account of Indian famine fund. A Resolution w i carried increase the area of missionary Enterprise various parts of the world. A list of some fifty churches is published in a Boston paper who have cancelled about a million dollars debt the past few for the cause of american Iuda pen duct a a a View of the huge Hus Petrie Ron Bridge from new York Brooklyn will convince the traveler that Cincinnati will not Long be Able boast of having the largest Supetr Sion Bridge in the world. Next one May Rule on the new York elevated Railroad aft in Jtj great Tirio a westerners of Greenwich Street from the Battery fifty ninth Avreet and thence Central in Aik Juilus away from tie Harbor. Matteas Clial a Fiji a May be delightfully spent in this Beautiful Park which is said be the nest in the w orld. It a e these Are Only some of the minor sights i Liri Stoat i Petrop tha docks. What it looks like and it go whether across or Down 1 Reserve for a future Date in the latter event you will find the account in a bottle which if encountered empty of everything else will indicate the courage with which Fate was met. The truth is however one feels far from joking at Thia juncture. People who make a business of the so do not fear it a it it neither do aeronaut a balloon. A was born on Laud myself and feel Mora attached my nativity now than Ever before. May it rest firm this land of our until we All get Back Ana forever after unshaken by Earth quakes hard times or tramps. In a. W. Book Kotier. 5 apr i Wood by Julia Aad medea Clarnc a. Of Merit Magaana. Kirie a astr Telu in Beautiful Type on Fine tinted paper Aud in tasteful binding this volume contains a collection of fugitive poem of the a a a out Sisters of Wisconsin quot who have found within the last two or three years an appreciative and Ever enlarging Circle of readers. Rome of these poems first appeared in Thia paper among the in Mari a Fate quot it Toetu dream a a on Lake Winnebago a a Emilene a and quot Medora quot will be epee rally remembered a doubt not by thousands who gladly posses these and Many other Lyric preces Here rescued from the currents and eddies of newspaper Aad is Maxine. Home of them were contributed the British periodical press and have rec cited the a consecration quot of foreign appreciation which always adds piquancy Fame at Home. We speak quite within Bounds in a aying that there Are indications these Early efforts not merely of culture sentiment fluency of thug Saga and rhythmic tendency but of what is properly called Genius. We know How disappointing such indications sometimes Are but if. The work of these a poet Sisters a should end Here they will at least deserve no Brief remembrance. But these Are Only beginning time and experience will give a a their ideas a wider Range with the correction perhaps of some illusions Aud occasional faults. There is a brightness a glow and a Melody in nearly every line an insight and a intuition As Well As a Power of expression such As belong the poet / the authorship of each of the poems in this volume of 172 up if indicated by name being about equally nti vide Between quot Jalia quot and a Medora quot each of whom has her own individuality though not w it Houta family resemblance. We sub join As specimens of the style of each poems that will be new most Othour Reader though perhaps not a better than those which have al ready appeared in the tim b8 Maestro a. The Purling fruit from trailing la us log luscious grape is bruised sad crushed Gire the win that fills its rounded shape. The rarest perfume err Lent be sweeten bitter hours a baled from Bud the Reid drop Bent or crushed and dying Dowers. The wondrous us car o the soul a the port s flowing rhyme is spilled when break a Golden bowl tel than the hands of Riuo the sweetest perfume of the jul the fragrance of the Hrbert. When wave of cate Aud a Arrow Roll Kat ape through cupid s Urt. To y. Class of Princeton Seminary four Chook in go abroad As missionaries. The How them Baptist convention reports ten stations in Italy with a Many evangelist Aud 134 members. The receipts of the convention for foreign missions were $33,940, about the same As reported ust year. Miss Brittan widely known for her missionary work in Calcutta has arrived in this country for a a on of rest. 8he in a popular speaker Aud May occasionally deliver addresses if her strength will admit of it. Or. Talmud get a Lay College was hereafter be in charge of a Board of trustees he will himself be president. In addition lectures by the faculty lecture will be delivered by Bishop Foster or. Duryca Armitage and others. According official statistics 2,230 Young Meu passed their matriculation examination in Prussia last year of these 235 study prut gestaut theology 105 Catholic theology 81 Law 30 diplomacy 493 Medicine 397 philosophy Ana philology. The Bishop Selwyn memorial committee have resolved erect a Monument a Lichfield quot Cathedral and found a Thelwyn College at Cambridge for the education of Mia Zouary student preset oath the memory of tiie late Bishop. Rev. William w. Hill d. D., of the Southern presbyterian Church died recently at Fulton . He waa a Nativa of Keu Lueky and occupied a prominent position in the history of by Church As editor educator and pastor. He died at the age of 6$. There have been Only three ecclesiastical trials of Bishops in the protestant episcopal Church in the United Sites sine 1787, and ouly one involved criminal immoral conduct few churches hold stainless a record or would fare More prompt dilate it. Rev. John mos Yii late of Troy a. A j Haa accepted a Call the Stoke Green Bap list a failure a Ipswich Eug Laud. This the oldest Baptist Church in a City of 60,-000 people and a Long been known a among the largest churches in the Deomina j lion. The a of fact of hard times is notice Abl i even in the Price of baptismal pants. On of our Baptist exchanges offers them Baptist ministers for $2 50 per pair Lew than the former Price. They Are advertised be made of the beat Materia and Arm guaranteed be perfectly watertight. The by Ard of delegates of american israelite will meet at the Temple Emanuel in new York monday evening May 27. It a expected that Thia will tre the lat session j of the Board previus the Union Council he held at Milwaukee and that some action will be taken on the plan of Union. At the suggestion of the Board of delegates of american israelite the Alliance Jera Riita i Niter Tell will Issue 10 Vita ions for a conference of representatives of the jewish organization of Europe and America. The conference will be Hedd in Parla and it will have a Good Tilery of old f from fax Spring Field of i maj a Young pianist arts firing a a amp arte through the provinces of German support and enhance advertised herself a a Pupil Little town in the i Tenor of Derma a where so had Antoum de a concert she was confounded the Day before the concert Wao take place by seeing in tire list of a a rivals and at the very hotel where the com Cen Irmo 2�y. A pm li�?i.? Here a a item met. And what Todo al knew not. Her fraud would be discovered she would be exposed she could never give another concert she was ruined. Trembling she sought tire presence of tit Mercat Maestro determined Auk a Eterna Reast of it and cad herself of his mercy. Coming into Bis room with downcast Oyefes she Knelt at the old Man s feet Aad Many tears told her Story How ski heart of i Cora. Al the Acorn enea me Hast thou my Protu the old Jufu. Tree what Hast thou Anea Protu the old Grey 1 Kwh her a Tudor a Kyde. Perint in Alt the swot hours of Suin Mer you a a by a. Barb Beaute Otts Day and ouch air night. Out in the jew with the Moonbeam White mid Emeram Troea and right tog Loares. Thou a watched Boreth the Tumi grown ears. Of heart of tired porn speak me oat Hutu the depth of Roe vied ire trip a it a of Thorn this met a it a a i it Oey toy dat log Levy my out Tust Ivoti under thee Ray Shylow Low l Soiu under the eaves Sun at glow. Has thou area her watch and Watt for me. Thro sat tout Shade not the tie Coad tree Lomi she Unger loaf Over wants i write or i toy up tut a foe ear a neg he ? Dorsz he Slyt Blush who la thought of my float thro the his Leo her memory h Talent sole. In the Acorn bowl. Awake and speak my ust diag soul. I envy tit quire Riog there above 1 Hourt always near the heart i love. 8o. Biml brow Acorn roue ate. Hen throw the Bough of tin vied tree town your heart the. Dew ought Clear and whisper the word i Long . A Doua. Tic Book ii ill be sent by , prepaid on receipt of $1 50, or of $1 75 tor a copy in Grecu Aud Gold Liy Medora Clark Neosho in constr or by the Kwh Ushers a above. A i Stouer a owl. Vrouir the Koa Iaiser 1 quot a he owner of a Large farm not far from , had an Opportunity a .iv Days ago of witnessing How an interloper i punished by the Martin specie get Birds. A pair of mat tins had taken a Seuss ton o a Small hox and were Liu Rufing fiver nest. One Lay while they were absent a screech owl took Possession of Tho Box and when the mar tins came Turne at night we uhf it allow them enter. The smaller Birds were not pissed for awhile and in a Short Tinus flew Nway seemingly giving up the of aft. But if tie owl was of this opinion he was Sadiv mistaken for in a Short time the Little ones re a fied bringing with Trent i of their companions who immediately set work and plastered the in Tralee the Ivd shirt. The then All flew away. In a few Days the Box was examined and the owl was found dead.�?T�?T. Be open the discussion of All subjects affecting the interests of Judaism. A lately a 1873, the late Bishop Helwn of new zealand expressed his opinion that the Active exercise strict diet and regular habits demanded in training for boat racing had fitted him for the hard physical work of his new zealand Din cease. At the close of 18o9, twelve out of sixteen oarsmen who rowed in the Oxford and Cambridge race of j329 write living. An English unitarian ays he Learned from a speech of John Bright quot that most of the Point on which religious men base their sectarian distinctions Are of comparatively Little importance and have very Little relation the scriptures in which they proves find their Many people teamed the same thing from Jesua of Nazareth. The Universal peace Union composed largely of Philadelphia and new York Frieda of both sect win hold it twelfth anniversary in Poughkeepsie on june 8. Its annual meetings have been held heretofore in new York Providence and Philadelphia. It will utter in emphatic protest against the late and the prospective War in Europe and on wars with the Indian on the Western Plains. Friends of Baboo Kashub Thunder Neu have issued an address the Rahmo Sotu Ajes of India explaining the ctr cum Nta uce of the marriage of the Young daughter of or. Sen and object being allay the cd fitment which a been occasioned among Brahms by the event. Several of the Somanje Hare already adopted protests against the course of Thunder sen in marrying his daughter under age a boy. Rev. Or. G. B. Taylor who represent the Southern kept Iris in Rome a after considerable Effort obtained at a Cost of $25,-800. Mii eligible building near the pantheon and the five deity of Italy of one of the heat a o the Eirv Teatro Della Valle. This work Amish a Chapel in oue of the Best positions possible for Christian Woik in the Eirv. About $5,000 will need Tobe expended on he building adapt it for use. At the be icon of the friends yearly meeting of Philadelphia answer the accustomed queries showed that the Friend Are dec letting the week Day meeting on account of the quot cares of the world a and that they Are departing from that plainness of speech which the society enjoin. It was recommended that friends abstain from into heat in a Gli quates Aud stay away from place of amusement. Tie 3t> school contain it was reported. 1,802 children of whom less than one Tinni were friends. The new Popes singularly studious and abstemious Liabis Are pm articular a noteworthy. Lie Isa yen hard worker rising at Daybreak and saving mas is soon As ready. He then at i desk works with intense Diligence until not in shortly of after which he take the Only meal of the Day. Papal simplicity is fast becoming a proverb. It piu in. Was Sim de in i habit aul in his food Leo Xiii is not one Jot less simple. The holy father retires at ten. In i youth As is known he it devoted pm Etty Aud is said of i Fifo by heart in til the fraudulent use of his great Namo had filled her rooms aah a a pure. Quot Well Well a said the great my gently raising her up a let a see my child what we Cau Daw perhaps it is not m bad a you thought there is a Puma let Are Hoar one of Tho. A Deien you expect play Morrow even trembling by she obeyed the Maestra making comments and suggestions a she Pia fad and when she had finished he added quot now my child i have give you a ies Aon Fow Are a Pupil of before she could awl word express her gratitude Liaqat asked quot Are your programmes printed quot a Rufe sir quot w As the answer a not a a theft saw that you will be assisted by your master and that the last piece on the programme will played by the Abby list. A a Remiar Kably Wamala. Catherine Esther Beecher who did of apoplexy at Elmira last saturday was ump oldest of the famous Beecher Tiu Aily Aad was born at East Hampton new York september it 1800. She waa educated tif Riiff her father a care Litchfield connect foul after completing her studio a waa betrothed prof a astir Fisher of Yafe Gok lege. In his death by ship week the Foulag girl met with a terrible affliction which she was Long in recovering gradually found Comfort however a for Mboli it and a Durw most place among american Phil Cathro. Pits Aud educators. She established a female Seminary at Hartford 1.822, and ten year later became of another Seminary at Ciuci Anad. More than half a Century she has been spa Nous in her endeavours perfect the instruction of Young w Omen Aad Somo of tha Best features of this Branch of a Daca Tom have come from her suggestions. She has written fully a Acore of books on the mental social and physical education of Domestic Economy and Kindred i one of her latest woks it a the woman s Home quot written a with her sister mrs. Stowe. The later year of her life have been spent in off Bra establish a University for women. In the death of Catherine Beecher her sex aril lout a Champion of Large heart Broad intellect and marvelous Industry. A Pel rifled woman. Fresa the chilian time 1 a singular discovery Haa Boen Board of Tiro Irvin a tail Rigod gently arrived at England from Pena. Tha body of a woman was found imbedded a the cargo which consisted of nitrate of soda the body was found in a Good state of Proa creation and it is supposed be that of a victim of an earthquake which occurred Many Hundred rears ago in Peru. The body Shaou Anguei Conn. I principal Asti. Fre is at present lying in the Cape Ian a room in a crouching position. Bings Are inserted in the ears. Love Aud Murine a Tuscarora Nev Timet Amanda writes a from Wells As follow a i have had two proposals of marriage a from a Railroad conductor and the other Frouz a Stockman. I love the former beat but tha latter has got the Moat i would Vou advise me would Fie Happy obey the affections. Keep the Retti until you got All you Maul then marry the ticket puncher. Anco. J3t v not Edward egg Fostano sunday afternoon one of the most remarkable things Hunt an nature a this wit Lingner of Woof sacrifice a girls a life for the Chanoz saving the morals of a scape race Man. A pious Mother can Only marry her my Beelzebub some quot Good religious Giris a a tha Chance of Bis reformation is greatly incr sau de. The pm a neither Here nor Thore when one consider the necessity of Rev Taff the dear Beelzebub. Of iff Romaneo fading from a fee world. Philadelphia bulletin a Tea utter a few women May still be seen in Athena wearing the velvet jacket Aad Long pendent Fez with a great Tael of Blue and l which is brought front Over the should and hangs Down the Waist. I looked a i of cry one hoping see an Ideal by reate quot maid of Athene a a but it must be Couf Euard that the prettiest of the girl were Thoo Ufa tired not far from Worth s latest decree. Out tier stockings Are seen in leading d horizontally clocked on the Side Iatha Balbriggan hosiery department hair lined Horison Telly in color and same. Cardinal capes reaching the Elbow of sic Ilienne and trimmed with fluting a a Mack French lace Are fashionable Light wrap. _ the girl of the period wears a Cuta allow tailed jacket Ami leads an ens pug with a Silver Chain and a Blue riot Almond color is a favorite hide of Tawny drab Verv fashionable at the moment for costumes de fatigue for very Young Ladieu. It Erk Blue cutaway suits with Waistcoat and silk skirt made very main quot tall iou quot Are affected by Young Lidies. A the Only face trimmings seen within the brim of the Nio Fasihi Onahlee cottage a he a net is a quilling of Black French Lack. Everything is embroidered in Pari al present shoe dresses Giove. Turn Neta coi a ses Cravat wrap my Tiuliu Triaga

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