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Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1878, Cincinnati, Ohio7 / Hwn to one Bollar % cheap As Ike cheapest and Good As the Best a is the tamil win a a Abr a consideration of the Scarcity of Money among Ike working clams the Scarcity of work and wage the publishers al the time have determined to Adeee the Price al their paper to the lowest at at which it a Pem my be Sior ded. Kaew Teg that thousands of persons a every to Manity have allowed their newer Epos to Stop Ilcau Sethney could not spare the Money to pay for the we propose to help them out of the Pinch hat give them a targe first do paper for the Small Ove Dollar a Yea Cincinnati weekly times thursday May 30, 1878. Weekly times. My a the Cincinnati times company office to. 62 West third Street. Thia it to limited to the remainder of the pm i and to the dubbing rate at which All and Chib agents my take subscribe. Single item places where there la no club toe the Tutsi May he a at at al 50. Which to a reduction of oae fourth hem the eld Tete. But any person wishing to take the paper himself la at Liberty to make no a club al the or ton at the is 00 rate end thus secure his own Tow. Ear the us Sacriben a will and an far six months tor ten a nectar. Ait be Tow taef ti.00 wee Annot of lord to seed the a hams Illas rated a ear it been of in portent information. It will a add to then who want it at 19 Cento Par copy Toee of postage. Mow is the Tibet the ext general is a goad time to solicit subscribers Timas in England that indicate a r with Rusada and perhaps other a momentous action al of germs during Thane att two Mouths in regard to Tho right of free it dust Haym to his High office Aad the important next answers to correspondents h. Levi More a qs., Herm a. L water Street on a teamed to furnish Coopers supplies end Ell Hindo i Coop Aga. B., cat �?1. We Ere intoned Tow do Tony a goad one. 1 no Bounty equal in tin hns a amyl. S. Cert of Cotta Wann Tekinow thedd isef or. Hill or or. Bhakta. Do Matiy am Staat surgeons of the Emty who. T. A by b. J. Wilcox Thayer Lawn. A gwm. A Prefa Asor Wayne of this Day Wys a a Benito found in the Carseni Frens he ,1 Hare a Apee Tanen al real with a Vita of a the eel a a teen India in France. They i Gaa be obtained to Thia Day al Bart a Hickox. Imp Ivow wanted al of Delpho 0. A Mtoto i new amen agent thirty a Eyears al age six Tost Kali baht Swap Laitola dark brow hair Aad Hud eyes. Any Linlor mate will be Thaek fury re. Bannon Mure Norrie Riiel a total number of no gym organise a a in the United states As reported by the toot i is Mysto was 72 45�. Having c,�2 and self it tips and property a is us i a a a a nation Yau inquire methodist or i is in Tigs and end property. Presbyterians bund uni of Skwirsk 1 ,562 Toni tits to Trakul i ass Imam of tim. Ad4 it 2�?T 6 artau i in toff to til or not Ortw i a a a re Otnott l 2m1 2,". A edifices k end $�>,0�, proper a Kris Ingle copy one year Peet Peld .�1 50 in club of five one year Post paid ______1 35 in oubs of two one year pm paid i 00 a a extra copy to club agent. Time illustrated year Book Post paid 25 Eta. Daily tim alternate Day to the week n 35 a year 02 25 for Eta months twice a week tie year. Adv Karumo advertisement 75 cents a line Agate space Bua inem notices al s line. Verhow to Lien Money. There Are Only three ways in which subscriptions May be safely remitted to publishers. 1. By Bank Check. 2 or pos Tai Money order 8. By Money in a registered letter and any sex Peak thus incurred should be met by the subscribers. 8mall amounts on Safe mail routes May be enclosed in Ordinary letters. _ thursday May 80, 1878. The democratic state convention meets at col Mabas on the 26th of j Une. The London times sums up the situation in these words a the preliminary requirements of England at All events on the whole have been conceded the Boston traveller s reporter at the late Republican state convention in Vermont telegraphed to Bis paper a i have not yet a found a Republican Delegate who has Ever entertained any Faith that the president would succeed in the course that he has taken. They consider him honest but badly the Indianapolis journal thinks the democrats who joined in the Potter mexican movement Are already in a condition to sympathise with the Man who was run away with by the horse he was leading after hitching the end of the Hilter around his own body and was nearly killed. A the horse had it ran More than fifty Yards a said he a before i saw where 1 had make a we have not noticed any endorsement by the press or otherwise of the playful commercial s recent suggestion to Compromise the presidential title by the retirement of president Hayes at the end of two years and the instalment of Toon for the other half of the term. If in Earnest it is about on a Par with the political Wisdom daily displayed from the Corner of fourth and race. If meant for a joke it would be interesting to know where the Langh should come in. 21,887 m 11 a a the Anna Enon Dai bet a it Gat tag even e Naes Naue approximate in Torero setae sum. Were net Tatak Sayona ready a a Newt. The republicans of Muski Ngum county at their convention on saturday for the Choice of delegates to the state convention adopted resolutions pointing to the record of the Republican party As the party of order Justice and Liberty condemning the conduct of the democratic governor and democratic legislature of Ohio and denouncing the Potter resolutions As a deep Laid scheme to revolutionise the government. These resolutions cover the real issues of the coming canvass. A a m or ersted from us a and her Lea Biver. Ill Khz by 1 he Day of 1 Zukert meet by in a which rep rate it from the tows of the it go lust Down into be City Trueb amp a a m a he real a id the Day of be j . There to Only one Way fega Ieong i Lunette Wert Point military a Demy As a Node the Ato Hartmud asm tur to Lri Are turd by �3r81abprriiisd err i Ettory end the am re Mecure a a Yaemy in Ettory end the diet rid Lynda led to Heve one ten a wed vented in sett Tometha Nash end Wrt ton. Lacia Ding a to Kim by end my the a Toh grammar of of thou owe a i al the theg Nylof a Odet or tort which am shaped Ato Beerd. Eta Hirut Sheeha teits Siy and it find items of expend. Tie in end of occupies four tests end the Nash a if Datto beg Noe he a a he 1,and eee ans Xiii about Jop to. A of a am mag theocia Rajpal a a Thoin each a catalogue. S. F How York Catt til Lea. »denoe8piinga� d a Evab Itcea Mem. Tilton is a Peculiar woman unique in every respect Aad so different from the average Type of character that she is misunderstood Aad misjudged by most people. She jacks self assertive Aad self direct log Power. At a personality she is weak and a the Ordinary prudence she is deficient. But a Baa a Good mind., and her religious Aat remarkably Strong. She is almost Potera atnally devout Aad had she been Bora in a Catholic comm Unity she would have become a Nua or Ais tar of Charity. Her can cation made her orthodox Aad a be is still almost e calvinist in her by tip fat a Faith m god and c Christ and the Bible. A heart full of religions longings and up which would astonish most and professing christians. With t moral courage she is really a re m Genius Aad has a devout Nesa of i Ana a reverence for worship sad All and of teens of religion which an a be Amonoo of smr>iitifl8 Rytti f a teacher in the Naday sad Abe bad no Superior j snipers Tiniou veneration and Aad Tinea Abe Raya something a tie save and freshness Aad As Tai Sion schools Perior if any Rqn amp a of her letters written before and bar recent confession to one whom she no More think of deceiving than her tied to keep her secret for she Protection of the Church end ministry that she tried her uttermost to keep her Lias sealed for the Sake of her children us d the people who had been so kind to her. But she Felt that god himself required her �0 Tell the truth an it of a take the consequence and Abe could not have assistance of his spirit she could not be saved if she did not Cleave through the lie she was living and throw herself in utter self abasement into his arms. He would listen to no More prayers through a Vail of hypocrisy even though it were worn to protect one of his own pro teased servants. Her confession was the culmination of a Long mental agony and though it Cost her friendships that were very dear and made her a target for abuse end slander it brought her the first real peace of mind she has bad for years. 6he writes now in another mood fully of rejoicing and Hope and the spirit of self sacrifice and perfect Trust that All will be Well at last. She writes that re Anion with her Bisband even were he to desire it which he does not is out of the question that she thinks of Aud prays for trim As oue of the truest and noblest of Friend that she never expects a Home in this world but Only prays to be As Little a Burden As possible and to be Able to do something for her children. 1 could write Asare Bat for the unwillingness to betray sacred confidences Bat i am sure that were Yon and your readers to go through the unstudied letters which hive come out of the very soul of this woman in her trial and sorrow you and they would feel that she belongs to a rare Aud re 11 irk Able Type of character Sud that she has been Chiv . A it the phonograph has been exhibited in Chicago. The papers agree in saying that the instrument has not reached that stage of Necess which has been claimed for it in the Eastern newspapers. The time says the instrument do astr a a and ase the tows al the a Asker a Volee As he been rare mines. When the Epe Star a arts to the Mutt Geoe he a us a my few Nim of m Lungi. Ina fair thee the repro Iueli a san to hardly above e feed Lead whisper. The a feel the Iasu Rameau to Dos agree blvd Sharp rms bling the sea Aak of a Ruety hinge Vor Are the inn desc warts dust sect they Delittle More thaa fat Antohe hint a Mere get Une al the Eri Iaal Ward to be tiled a by the in Gib Sutton of tie hearer. It to Dan Tull of a wont Govna eat by Tho t not turnout Yoston Lay that would have Baba Neon Nim with the radians had Thoy not known Bof Oceano what the wort was having heard to shunt so late the Vibrator. Those trustful songs who will not look beyond the tips of their noses Are advised to rend this one paragraph from the loading article in Ike new York Sun of saturday. The article is on Ike Resolution of the Pennsylvania demo Crata in opposition to nay attack on Ike presidential title. The Sun is ? to invert Ante the electoral mods of 187etelalt-Artf Enma Dran the title of or. Hayes al Tbs a Evert enable character. If Tbs democratic Idee in Correct Hayes title lasts on them frauds. How. Then Era they to he Iravea Timpte end exposed without attacking and shaking the title of fir Hayes from the beginning until now no paper in the country has stack More steadfastly by or. Tilde thaa the aun and we infer none Bee represented so accurately As it the motives and policy of or. Tiu Gogh. The meaning of the Potter re solution coaids not be More plainly expressed u or. him self bad told that a european Congress will meet appears to be quite certain. The Vienna correspondent of the London time says the invitations Are to be to worded As to contain a guarantee for free discussions of the whole treaty Aad they Art to be issued by Germany. Thas Ike guarantee will be Given by the latter Power instead of Rae rte. This saves the feelings of Russia and at the same time does not take from the effectiveness of the guarantee. Hera in a Triumph of diplomacy. Bat Tho Pill in still a Pill sugar coated though it be. Ike russian people will not Loae eight of the fast that they Are called upon to take Adose of very unpleasant Medicine. The swallowing time will occur when England consummate its Triumph in the Congress. Then Russia will have to decide Onoe for All whether what it gained by the War shall be lost in part by the intervention of Powers that took no part in the we have received a card from an individual who represent himself As the agent of a Johh o co who nex convict a i which the announcement is made that this late member of the Ohio legislature will deliver a lecture on the subject a from the prison to the Capitol it strikes us or. Cd Emob is going it rather fast. We find in the card these statements after Impton Tbs army he became wild and my la As the sign net Etc Fame was arrested to bag i new. Ito Olgaa and sent to the Peni Lea t or it ter three years. While in Prim is wee rat armed through the get �3 Aero Lee of the be. Or. Hunt of Jacs Eoa Michigan. A a a a when it was Dlee overed he had been in prison or. Of Casaer Dert tag Tempe the dog amp by of the Heugas Art Hie party eff iwed to resign. A after leaving Tito army a is of cok mob s Light Aad Happy Way of setting Forth the fact that he was a deserter. A the became wild and reckless though not vicious a is the definition he gives of a felony for which be wee sent to the 8tate Penitentiary. A when it was discovered that or had been in prison he offered to he went first to Michigan obtained in some Way the statement of an sex Deputy Warden that he had never been in the Penitentiary and declared to the House on the strength of this statement that be bad been cruelly column rated. We do not Ace anything in his card which gives us a High opinion of the reformation this men experienced a through the Good services of the Rev. Or. he lied hen he thought a lie Wau Lado him Good. He misrepresents palliate glosses Over and lies now. We Are not disposed to accept his statement that a Many Christian friends throughout the state have urged him to become a if they have they have made a blander. There is Only one thing Forth a Man to do. Lett him live an honest just and upright life. Let him show by Hia works that be has reformed and there a not a Man in the state tut will throw Over his past the Mantle of oblivion. But let us not have a lecture on the chicane Tho deceit the lies by which a prison convict became a legislator. There is nothing in his history with every detail of which the Public is quite familiar that will Benefit a Man or boy in any Community it is a history of Sharp cunning Maneu vers flagrant dishonesty. If there is any moral at All to it it is that vice is rewarded and that lectures on the Success of vice Are palatable. The Public Doe Sun to need such Lecla xes just now a a Ai a it. Wf3v t8i Way of Floeting �u1u. In Brief and succinct manner end without prejudice the times narrated the other Lay Tho Circiu stances attending the meeting Between two journalists of Little Rock the one. Colonel Smith be and the other major Adams. Among the news of this week is an account of a meeting that took place some time ago Between two Eastern gentle men. Vamp Riou reasons have conspired hither to to prevent the incidents of this interview from coming to the Public knowledge. Various reasons now conspire to make Knova w hat was before Unk flown. If any person who is to read what is hereinafter to of Jaqw was not fortunate enough to enjoy to lib tubes comments on the encounter of the persons in Arkansas let him be assured that we shall take special pains to so set before him the facts of the new York meeting that he will have the least possible a use to regret his mischance or negligence or. Bennett and or. May fought to order the code or to be accurate a code. The various documents that have come to Light this week urea deut Jojo the original cause of the outbreak Between these two Geu Tjemes. Be Only know that or. A y struck or Bennett across the face with a. Cane inflicting a wound Aud a disgrace a both of which were stinging. The Mark of the cd tif made it necessary for one of the two to be branded with another Mark of Ukia and accordingly or. Besnett challenged or. May. This High bred Way of proceeding is in Gallant contrast with the vulgar method pursued in Arkansas. It will be remembered that Mithee and Adams passed each other through their papers to the corruption of the Public and. Kings English. Or. Bennett had a paper but he scorned with Knightly Courtesy to take advantage of his opportunities. In fact we believe he never mentioned the affair in his journal in any stage of the proceedings either previous or subsequent. Whether like gentlemanly reticence was displayed by the rival editors of Little Rock after the affair in front of Nieft Woods Bank we done to know. We have not the Honor of exchanging papers with either of the distinguished combatants two accounts of what transpired on the Field that was not gory have been printed within a week. One is supposed to have been written by the new York Tribune describes As a that historical discoverer of mares nests or George in behalf of Ihu Tribune we mention that or. Wilkes is believed to be out of the country. It would be dangerous to dispute the Tribune in ito present mood and therefore we shall accept m a Correct version of the happenings the of toiled statement which appeared after or. Wilkes statement in the Baltimore Sun. Quot. Or. Bennett and or. May went upon the ground each accompanied by his second and his surgeon and or. Bennett also by s a a servant and a female the Sun writer ays he has a every reason to express dissatisfaction with s or. Bin Nett on account of Trifie attending concourse. We submit this language is insulting to bar Arr g companions and especially to the be Minilie Friend. On the Field of Honor everybody supposed to be honorable. This demonstrates that the woman was a lady the offence is aggravated by describing her As a a of a male Rule 10 of the Irish code provides that a any insult to a lady under a gentleman scare or Protection is to be considered As by a degree a greater offence thaa if Given to the gentleman personally and to be regulated accordingly a the Baltimore 5w>t writer should a held to a strict account for speaking in a disrespectful manner of one who was honoured by being in or Bennett a society. It appears that or. May a a to challenged party chose sabres As the weapons of death. Or. Bennett a second objected to the use of sabres because his principal waa not familiar with them and or. May was. That shows or. Bennett�?T8 Good sense. Anything More absurd than fora Man to allow himself to be hewed to pieces by another because the other had previously whacked him across the face with amp Cane we can to conceive. But on the Olfier hand anything More absurd than for or. May to waive his right to choose weapons with which he was familiar and allow the Man who had insulted him to farther harm him by quot shooting him we can not think of. One of these absurd things happened. Or. May Choss a smooth bore dueling pistols a a because a according to this thoughtful writer in the a Fen a these Are the Only proper fire arms to use according to the Wilson code which is considered the most this delicate consideration tax the demands of humanity is very touching and reflects credit on the gentle motives of the men who were about to face each other. Or else it proves Mutual prudence. The virtue of these smooth bore pistols is that they wound or kill without mangling. It must add to the general coolness to know that such considerate weapons have been chosen. If an irishman a guns could be procured guns that could be a touched off asyl a the distinguished amenities of the occasion would be increased. Then the chivalric due lists would got labor under excitement which May affect the nerves of even Brave men we make the suggestion with caution if they know that pistols of a deadly character Are used. A quot. We find we Are dwelling at too great length on theae preliminaries interesting As they Are to the student of life. The gentlemen met on the Field. Their humane Smoothbore were loaded word was Given or. May a pistol was heard to snap and or. Bennett a go off. Or. Bennett claimed the right to have his shot. There was a Little discussion and the claim was allowed or. May stood up and or. Bennett fired in the air at an Angle of forty five degrees. Then he advanced and said he was a perfectly a the principals a we Are told a then touched hands in compliance with the code under which the meeting took now this plan of procedure has evident advantages Over the method pursued in the wild and uncultured regions where Smith be and Damn fought. First the avoidance of a pub ii scandal is in Good form and is a great lesson in the practice of philosophic Aad gentlemanly reticence. In the second place the flue thoughtful items in the Choice of pistols can not be sufficiently Adin ired 8uoh old fashioned Blunde busses As the wild Smithbe and the murderous Adame used Shock the gentleman a sense of fitness. Bullets from these would be Apt to Hurt the feelings. They Tell out West about s rough frontiersman who saw in the hands of a youth from quot Boston one of those pretty Pearl handled pistols. A see Here a Asid he a if you should Ever bit me with one of then things and i should find it out i would kick you out of As men Rise in civilization they justly agree in pronouncing such sentiments vulgar a fit horrid. N get to the Pearl handled pistol of Boston is the smooth bore. La the third place the gentlemen a meet log was marked by the entire absence of blood. The sight of the vital fluid is repulsive Tomen of refined taste. It has Beeb know n to Lead to fainting and even to More disagreeable incident. Anything on the Field of Honor which could excite unpleasant emotions ought to be carefully avoided in the fourth place or. Bern err manifested True greatness of mind by not insisting on a second shot. His magnanimity in declaring himself perfectly satisfied quot after shooting into the air is truly admirable. The question what he went out at All for is impertinent and show s a depraved Liml. In the fifth place both combatants showed perfect Breeding acid 4hat respect for which is the glory of the True gentleman when they pouched each others hands a tju compliance with the contrast the picture thus presented with that of the ferocious Adams blazing away at the dodging Smith Kab hitting him even in that part of the body where it is held Honor holds her seat and then turning away from him with the remark that he could kill him if he chose. No gentleman would Ever exult like that Oytt a if tue lot Oleither my a a we or nor or. May made Sueh a fiendish remark though to be sure there was no fallen foe to Call it Forth. A in the sixth place and a we Are getting to have As Many of these place As the longest of modern sermons we will say and lastly a we Eshow under civilized methods the demands of Honor can be satisfied and still nobody be Hurt no Exchange of shots take place and Only one a hot be fired and that in the air. If the dueling fever Ever Breaks out again among Cincinnati editors it will not be necessary for any of their friends to be alarmed. It is to be hoped Little Rook will learn the lesson taught by the Doree Jeunesse of new York. About fax. An ingenuous youth on whose Cheeks the tender Dow n will not give place to the virile stubble for several years writes to the times to know in what path following he will be a surest to win How can we Tell we have the boy. We know nothing of his ,.inclinations, or Hopes menus paths differ As these differ. -8oine men get Fame by being born to it. The Ruhs of the lion sitar in the glory of of beasts. Others achieve greatness by All sorts of industries Ami others simply lie and wait until finally greatness 4rois upon them covering them As if the Mantle of the Prophet had dropped us their Shou bless from the sky. There Are a great. Many roads to Fame. The modern tendency is to inc Relato the number. Fame consists a philosophic writer held in having ones name printed wrong in the Gazette. The Hoy will find that it is not difficult to reach this glittering distinction. There was a Man the other Day in new York who daubed around a Hall on his toes for twelve Bones without a rest. The daily papers which bestow Fame in these latter Days contained a column glorifying his achievement. A Man to Day with an immortal soul is trundling a wheelbarrow across the continent and he is winning the same kind of glory that duct Rcd is the brow of sergeant Bates and Daniel Pratt. The other Day two great nations att East kept close watch hour after hour while of Leary was getting swollen As to his legs in his successful Effort to walk farther than anybody else had Ever walked a the saw length of time. If we mention in this close connection s cow whose kick set going the historic fire that swept Over Chicago it is not with the intention of disparaging of the pedestrian but for a purpose which will be Manifest in Good time. The hired base Ball men that inc read in making the most runs will at the end of the year have their faces in the enterprising illustrated papers. Or Mary Walker is known to the world because she has persisted in it a ing garments that Are the badge of masculine sovereignty. The name of a a edicts Symmes is known to scientists because his father advocated first and he after his father tire theory that there a a Hole at the pole. Home men win Fame by the number of men they kill and others by the number whom they save. Some men Are great in War and some achieve Fame in fostering peace. Some men reap Fame for their own Diac Overie and others by chronicling and proclaiming the discoveries of others. We need not specify. Now without taking note of the distinction Between Fame and notoriety for the distinction is not one that readily appeals to those who like on Young Friend seek advice the obvious fact from the instances we have cited is that if one wants to become known he must either do better Thau other people do or do different from them. In either Way be will get himself talked about and finally win a place in the newspaper. This is an end to be striven for if one sets no a the True and worthy aim in use what our Friend seems to have erected before himself. But we will not conce Amrom the boy who writes us our opinion that it would be better for him to Start out with another aim than that of which we have discoursed. Instead of aiming to acquire Fame let him aim a doing what he can Best. He will have to study carefully his own capacities and nature and then he will have to work in his chosen line. He will not work for of favor but because his conscience or duty or moral obligation cal the inspiring motive what you will impels him so to work. Then if Fame comes at the end to Crown his work so much the better for his ambition. If it does not he in cure no disappointment. Tito chances in any event Are much better for to Nan who does not deliberately place before himself. As the end of his work and the motive of Hia labors the securing of contemporary or future reputation. Mss. A of Thorh of clix. Governor Osl Unitt of Gem to. Yesterday com a Hurt a Mortn Tomelon my a Mem Rotl Itasta ertl but pal Sam Uff i 01 mum my w Dickens ooze to to Zaneto commit in us pen Tony teary tor tan Yesra do Orang Depauk. The Story of Kate a Southern has been told lately at greater length and with More part tin Latty than in the earlier accounts that were Erime for which she was convicted and for which she was under sentence of death was tiie killing of s woman named Biss cooler. According to the Story mrs Southern tells this woman a person of bad reputation had been the mistress of or. South san before his marriage. The fourth night after the marriage Ahe succeeded by threats of exposure and by getting him drunk in inducing or. Southern to re 1 sume his accustomed relations with her. Mrs. Southern says the woman made various threats against or life Aad she became so alarmed that herself and her Husbard removed some fifteen Miles into the country in order that they might be away from the neighbourhood of the woman who had be great an influence Over the husband and who threatened the life of the wife. They lived Ranoug the mountains in peace until at last it became necessary for mrs. Southern to seek the advice and counsel of her Mother. Then they returned to the Vicinity of ,81� Fowler and trouble began again. Or. Southern had suffered from attacks of epilepsy and it was just after one of these that she attended a Ball at which the woman Fowler was present the Story of the homicide is thus Given by mrs. Southern 6tm Fowler we very defiant Sod Crom sad we vary my times having tried to trip her at last she salted right in Irani work of punishment into his own hands until he had been insulted or attacked in a Public room by the Man who had already done him the greatest injury. Suppose he had then either in terror of his life or in a sudden fit of passion killed the Man ? can any on believe that he would have paid for the homicide by the forfeit of his own life ? can any one believe a jury would have found him guilty a for i we can be he Case we have supposed runs parallel with that As narrated in the Georgia letters that have been recently published. Now the fact remains that the jury which heard All the evidence which had ail the facts brought before it returned a verdict of guilty. Either that jury looked ii ugh More harshly on a woman a crime than it would have done on a Many so and this is scarcely to be believed a or it had facts before it which were not Given to the. Public in either the earlier or the later Aej counts. The fact that mrs. Southern s never seen friends were confessedly unwilling to Appeal the Case to tie supreme court for fear that they would be beaten there tends to show that they relied on the sympathy of the 1 the inventor claims governor not Are a than 011 the strength of j do cd to one Dollar a tiler Case. Iti eem that politics has entered into the Case. This extract from a letter to the new York Herald Isa Little significant j the is Uhles of soit Ternand to shriek Sre very popular and Pewe tut the eur heat sit tin up country. They were on what in known even yet m the quot rebel quot tide while the fowlers Sre leading unionists or a they Are contemptuously called quot hog bark in a the southerns and mom bricks went into the fooled rate army and made Good soldiers. The. Fowlers reluee.1 to Lead their Aid to the Southern Causo. This intensities the feeling for Kate Southern Sod As the fowlers de not toy to rally the old unionists against it it in a Pastou with the Peop Lelo save her. It Lofb be regretted that the testimony of Hiss Fowler can never be heard. She might Hove supplied some links in the Chain of evidence that must now be wanting. Perhaps after All she was the one offended against and not the offender. A liquid under pressure varying with the amount of heat through which the Gas current passes. The result is a soon As this liquid Ahmo Giacal Gas is allowed 1�� expand in pipes encased in the sides of the Tauk containing the water to be fro Enil rapidly absorbs the latent and Spee Ifie heat of the water and while the water is rapidly converted into ice the liquid Gas is a rapidly Volatilized by the addition of this heat which is absorbed. The action of the pump being Continuo a this Gas is then re passed to the condenser there to part with its Heit under compression and is. Again liquefied to be reused in the freezing to mks the action being continuous Aud without loss to the Gas which is used Over and Over five tanks feet Long four quot feet w Ide and four and a Liaf deep Are already at work capable of holding Touty five tons of ice. The inventor says the and the same amount of freeze amps easily thirty tanks of ice As five. Machines capable of turning out on it Midred toils of ice a a Bry can be built and the Cost of ice re ton. The company is going actively to work and Cleveland is looking enjoying this Sumner cheap artificial inc. The Success of tiie Experiment there will be watched with interest All pvt a the country. A a a news items. J. Flay a grandson of Henry Soldier in the a Egi Ilai Bruiy in the climate does not agree with a feb Koch expression of the come Mure whatever the name assumed by the the commune whether socialism the International the commune its doctrine is fundamentally the same. It looks to the subordination of the individual to society. As we have seen it is identical in this with the ancient state. It is a Long step Back in time at any rate. That much will have to be conceded. It Aims at regenerating modern society by recourse to the theories that a verned ancient society. The idea of individualism which came in with christianity and which has been fostered and promoted by every modern state is overborne by the communistic theory. That theory May look to Equality. But Liberty is not identical with Equality."3 Girt not he theory every Man will rang himself who not Only has a few acres of land in present Possession a Little Money saved As the result of years of Economy and hard work but every one who Hopes by future work to Hay land or Money. The Proudhon definition of property is against the common sense of the people against their ambition their Hopes and their purposes. The platforms r of some the Small assemblages that have met for the purpose of formulating the communistic doctrines Hare been published in the times. But none of them goes to the extent that logic demands. None of them comes Down to the essential meaning of the movement As does a platform adopted by an organization of French communist in new York Aud forwarded to their Brethren abroad. These men have thought out the problem with the usual French exactness and have declared of Weir conclusion with frankness Aad Candor. It is Worth while to publish this platform almost in ito entirety for the Sake of bringing directly to the attention of people the meaning and Parps see of those communists who have thought most and deepest Aud who to Day Lead the communistic thought and Are the real leaders of the communistic movement. They say is Are communists because we desire the just redistribution al win Ltd sad work among a tue Sod that tits Power to Vernees should net belong tos Tow. But to All to the Community. Is an communists because is desire to destroy this individual property personified by egotism sad Aulty because we al the found on overthrown aty s Bond of Happi Aem sad perfect Equality among men. Com Muniram a the clearest affirmation of the revolution sad the last stage of human Progress. We repudiate All doctrines whips Situ st imposing taxes on the fortunes the priv Itom or theves Zenum of the Rich because tills would tend to consecrate in the Boa Pui of Hiya entity inequalities which Weot with our 5yf it is our Hope to destroy. We Are atheists because Coom Niomi a elves our logic refuses to admit s supreme s Chin Are a something monstrous son outside in this error from which has flowed and still flows the degradation the sorts meat and the arty dem it Mankind by cum it to to the name of this imaginary creature that the Gre Toet struck tin have been comm stud Mem re without number and which have retarded Penes and Adena. In tha new society that to which the Empire of the world has been promised that which must regenerate the Reed. That which must sat us free a de not Reg Nam tied we Atli not have the tied in Mem Munny Eromm have been committed to Mart quot so much list us get rid of this phantom of eur miseries 1st us Taok a the reality science Art the world shall to vol. by moans of ion son to Bono for Victory. Tvs lao we Kenda without stopping it half �?1 new delays which ars but a prolong log virtual state of misery and an adjournment to because Only by revolution Eon to Bono for wish to Lata ends without urea or of the act Ual state of Tho common. To Are revolutionists because we Sartre to Over Tarn by Force society which upholds tto olt by Foroe. Ram use to know that to Mart conquer at whatever Price political Power which alone con establish the proletariat and Force it to act until there shall ecly be equal citizens in what ufos Umaly the now society. Tho revolution a a a ppm tas or Shafi. Evert being Justice and Equality its Triumph ought to be Lato hour 1 Hust and. Aud anally up As be posted. Of s a a a i whore my husband and i Wen sitting and said now Koto Southern if you want anything in Momiy tor As she mid Titio l Alt As if i was Cressy. 1 Rose and started toward her. She was much larger than i am Aud she leaned Forward and caught me by the hair. Bho fell Forward on a dragging me with her. Altar that i do not is Aneuber anything else until i found myself a my mothers room whore my husband Sud my tot hrs were washing the blood off my hands. I had s severe Cut on the Beck of my right hand. They told am that i had Kilko 81m Fowler. They May 1 told them i we Gaul of it. 1 suppose 1 did. 1 do not remember anti thug distinctly until 1 found myself in the open air with my husband and one or two friends hurrying Over to Tilmer county. We re then trying to escape. They wore captured had a trial Aud mrs. Southern was condemned to death. Then began the Effort to secure a Pardon or a commutation of the sentence. The Case attracted a great Deal of attention not our itt Georgia Buffin. Other states. A p�4ition, largely signed was sent to the governor Iron new York. Jive executive clemency was urged partly on the ground that mrs. Southern was not responsible for what she had done but chiefly because she was a wot Nau Aud ought not be Hung. A Corre a Pon deut writing from Atlanta says Only one Newt Pepers in the state eras in favor of carrying out the sentence of the court. Quot Public sentiment a the says a was never so unanimous on a Public Issue As announced. By the , the governor has yielded and the sentence has been commuted to ten years imprisonment. Suppose the Cense reversed. Suppose or. Southern had married Bis wife after she had been living As the mistress of another Man and that four nights after their mar quot a Rigac she Hud confessed to having renewed hot in tilt relations with her former Paramour. If or. St Thyr had followed the course pursued by his wife he would to maintain marital relations with her and would have fled from the country to enable him to enjoy Hei society in place and quiet. Jll�a0uid up Lave Titko Utke Wckre authoritative because we wish the rant Rali at too of the revolutionary forces not their d Roan Trail ration is mass is Vertre discipline not anarchy Hornos is wish to i to the commune the Only government of Tho prop a Fores As the auxiliary of its right is shall remember the numberless atrocities of which Paris and Versailles wore the theotre Aud Whan the Day of Rengo Anre comm is will strike this criminal and ravage society in its sons As Well a doth is will find the ram men who wore Only hard ordering the no acre of to communists us Jules of a a res. The Macmahon the Gau Leffek and Tho famous Appert executioner of the a Smahr during the ure Montbl May Days of 1871 when a 0,000 Wrolet sulm Mai of tato and children were slaughtered without pity for having wished to defend their life their Dally existence against s Towry roue exploitation. Id the army of the revolution the most Foo Sciota icons to employ of Tho a the brat arms far Deonas against the and ambushes of its ser vaster sri reprisals the rele Tiera immolation of All our to Mel the destruction of their palaces and Thror property by fire to overthrow their temples Thorn Monument which recall human slavery the ignorance of the people Aad the reign of the Priesthood and the bloody epo Pees of the Aoi Diers or the Empire with Thotant priest will disappear the tort restive Lity and error. With the Tost Bour Ltd Gnu Uge of the exploitation of stupidity Ana error will disappear the Tost ves Uge of the exp of labor the tort Vert it of oppression and misery the moment draws air when events will bring us the Overton of revenge in the last straggle and definite Victory . Is he to revolutionists class up our ranks. Let a Bond wore use red than the holy Alliance us ito us to Advance to the Conquest of it Oll tical Power for the completo extermination of the jesuits and the Spry soul. This is Plain speech and revolting to the Public sense. It ought to be Road pondered and studied that men May fully realize the condition to which the cot nun would bring it. The Equality it pleads for is an Equality without Liberty. Let this idea be taken fast hold of Aud at the same time let there be held firmly a True and proper notion of fhe place of the individual of individual rights and the fallacy of ther address will be plainly perceived. It is impossible if a commune should Ever a established that the Strong men should not come to the Trout As have Strong men in every form of government Ahat has been devised. An Equality of rights before the is not a guarantee of Equality of capacity. There Are natural inequalities but in the Protection of rights rights of Persou and t rights of to property there is Equality. Tito Coin inane could no More secure the one Thau the other. -.4 a so ask a a a company has been organized in Cleveland to manufacture ice. A the process is described generally As consisting in the liquefaction and subsequent vaporization of pure ammonia cal Gas Ait is based of the that liquids under pressure being allowed to expand or Volatilize absorb a Large Quantity of heat. The Cleveland. Herald in an article Giying an account of the machine says a at one portion of the operate iii a pump of ingenious construction passes these aug maniacal Vapours to a condenser where the latent heat is a of averted into sensible heat by compression. Water passing Over the outside of this condenser caries this heat away As fast As it is generated. The result is that the Gas i reduced to a very Small portion of the original Hiya it occupied Aud a crude we into a Case of matb1m0hial Felicity. Mrs. Laura Joyce Taylor has brought suit a gains her husband James Valen Tine Taylor for Divarc. The cae is now on trial in Cambridge in the Massachusetts judicial court. The testimony of the defendant gives the outside world a utile glimpse at some of the Joys that a cig in the Domestic Circle. A. I. Taylor testified in his Cross examination that he a usually got pretty Jolly every this is a condition that is generally held to Border on happiness and oue that people usual have a desire to experience. His method is therefore entitled to. Exan Ignatiou to that by pursuing the Means resorted to the end gained May be reached by others. The Means were very quot simple Gin and water. A when or. Hast 1n<8 was in my House a he said a we drank two thirds of a a bottle of whisky and then be it for More. I often drank half a bottle of liquor and w Hole Bottis of Beer and , in he testimony said her Kus band a was in the habit of getting drunk at Home he to bed without proof that be was Jolly was Given in the evidence of mrs. and several of her servants. One night it seems there we re three a Jolly dogs together. These Happy Cooper Honey and Taylor amused themselves by throwing glasses at each other and finally became so Jolly that lev never spoke to each other again. When or. Taylor was the a Bliest he used to beat i wife on the head and a Pound and gouge the sacred person of his Mother in and her venera Ide husband. Once my Taylor and the idol of his affections were Down on Jive Beach having a Days amusement. My Taylor added to his wedded Bliss that Day by knocking his wife Down in the presence of a Small but select company. A old Tom Gina seems to have been the favorite Means of Mir. Taylor for inducing jollity under the exciting influence of this delightful beverage he would swear at i wife until the bystanders would have been excusable if they had thought him the hero of the a a pirates a i one favorite Amus Omeitt a throwing slippers Jit her and another consisted in kicking her from the bed and sofa. It must have been a delightful family Circle. A. V or. Taylor was a Rich Man and according to Bis testimony had always been used to drinking. He drank when he was a boy and when his grandmother died and left him $30,000 he drank copious Flagon to her memory. Finally his Mother departed arid he Caine into Possession of $300,000. Then jigs Jolly disposition could be gratified to the utmost. Meantime mrs. Taylor was receiving notes of warm admiration from a Young gentleman who was without the charms of Domestic life. She was sending him Elega fit slippers and he replied in effusive epistles or. Taylor proves his wife what Balzac delicately Calls an a Diu consequent a and she proves him what she1 Calls a drunkard Aad he a Jolly dog. It is an interesting exhibition of a certain phase of modern society a .4it is fortunate for the land that the door of comparatively few households can be opened and such a array of skeletons disclosed. _ fihe Olfier to shoulder. From the Jersey City times. J pres of be Nable to up that portion of the Republican e country which has not been al Bove of the Peculiar policy of president ayes in not a Whit behind those Republican journals which have sustained a the policy via demanding a United front now in opposing he revolutionary schemes of the and their attack of the concur in rampant democracy and their Atta presidents title to nit office. All opinions Republican May entertain As to w Wisdom or Lack of Wisdom of the president there is Only oue View taken of the present duty. This is Well expressed by the Cleveland Weiyi a which says what is the duty of republicans under these Circum Staycee clearly to Maud by the president of their Choice and defend his title against All assaults w Hether opon or cowardly. The Issue should be squarely met. It is no Louger a question of endorsing the official acts of the administration it is a question of defending the right of the administration to exist. All republicans worthy of the Kaiue will stand together on this Issue. That is the Correct position and it will be maintained and will Coursoh Date the whole Republican party. There is also another position w hich we have always held without wavering in which All republicans should also unite and that is that Hayes and Wheeler were duly and legally chosen by the popular Aud electoral vote and that there was never any sound ground for questioning after the results of the election became fully know we believe pot that tha Republican candidates received a of one in the tidal electoral count but that they were justly entitled to a much larger number of vote than 7 were accorded to them. But some of the democrats by Perei stoutly Yelling a fraud a a fraud a by insisting vociferously that Llaves stole the presidency from Tilden have not Only worked up this feeling among Ifo Morats but have actually intimidated some republicans a Lull examination Aud fair argument will show hat we Are right in our position Aud Thano Republican should Ever have admitted that there was any doubt of the legality of the Elee Tiou of or. Hayes. We have not been Able to approve or Admire the presidents policy but we main Tai u that his title to his office is in every Way Clear and impregnable. The congressional committee of re Publica us an their recent address to the voters of the country have take the Correct position in this matter As the Cincinnati Tonui Well a ays a emr. Halt took the right ground in had dress. The democratic attack on Hayes title is an Effort to Mexie Anize our politics. President Hayes title is sound Aud incontestably he is not a usurper. The Effort to proceed against him is a Effort to accomplish a revolution in government by Aid of he accidental majority. To us Settle what has been settled to a fid what was done with the consent of All pm tics to overture the established order Titis is my this is w hat the managers of the Tilden Moxa intent Are striving to �5 Thoming nor niggle. I Ilioiu the n. Time 1 in the struggle which the democrats Are forcing upon the country the Paramount duty iff the Rej it nth incan party will be the maintenance of the authority of the government. The Issue As it looms up to Dav is be. Tween order and revolution. Aud to re pubic it an party in its fight against anarchy w ill intent upon Unity and Success Thau nil eke. It will Reo Houpjr the ground it held luring to Ftp rebellion and will Post Jjones to a pure Couve Nunu season those questions of Reform in Marty organisation and policy h hic i have of the attention of Many of its members the ele Vatious of thu tone of the party the enlarge in Cumpf its measures the Mure thorough application of Reform idea it w ill All bes Bordi Notimo the defeat of the democracy Sec Toga list Pear. The Houth As a potent Factor in the revolutionary programme the text of appeals which Mode Rale not would gladly have closed for Ever. As one result of demo i tic Totich we May jul Short expect a Lexival of tiie animosities of the rebellion find the re establishment in both putties of it supremacy of Uudo stir by influence. Thomas Foy is or Texas. A Han Francisco clergy Iran advertised a Sermon entitled a the Rota Devil of America a meaning intemperance. Seven ont of eight giraffes Irby ported year for Feu Geries in the grated Hattee have died them. John Bright quot in Hia recent speech at Manchester reproached lord Bra in shield with a Fuigle Diop off English blood a bus Bishop whittle , of Virginia is out with a vigorous condemnation of 1 ii lid daiiciyig7wlu. B he says is an Abo Mitja Fiou that he is ashamed to particularly describe. A a or jct Ira b. Wright treasurer of South Hadley,.mass., and formerly a member of the legislature has added his name to the Long list of Public thieves. He my been stealing steadily for seven years and the aggregate a is admit lie was professedly pious. Oranges impregnated with arsenic have been dropped in exposed situations in the streets of Lon do u. The authors of this diabolical practice have not been discovered Aud nothing is Learned As to the motive. _ the Only result thus fur is the death of a boy Ruine years of age but Many children had narrow escapes. The Empero William of Germany has conferred upon the Czar the order pour be Merite together with a portrait of Frederick the great. The hereditary grand Duke of Mecklenburg was the bearer of fhe order and also an autograph letter from the emperor William,.-in which the following wonk occurred a my army will feet prone to see this order ii the breast of your majesty.�?�. A. Ito was an uncommonly brutal mob that killed Christopher Muehler a horse thief 111 Tierman Louv Tuli Foruria. He was taken a from the Jai i Ami forced to k Neel on the head of a barrel while the Lyncher tried their markup Aushin ii him with their revolver. One after a other shot at him until a Bullet hit him in the shoulder Ami he fell four the barrel. Then he was tied to a tree Ami the sport continued i fail he died. The City of Texarkana is built at the Junction 01 Texas Arkansas and Louii Aua. It received it name in 16k>, w hen an enthusiastic Surveyor while running the lines blazed the three fragments of the new state on a tree Aud predicted that a great City would be built there. Three year ago when the town was founded the Natue Stul to be seen on the old Trae was adopted and the prediction seems in a fair Way to be verified As the town now has -3,000 inhabitants and is an important Railroad crop ing. The russian armies include Large dat Allers of men w to Are not Eastern christians there arc am oui them latin Catholic christians from Poland lutheran from the Baltic provinces jews from ail parts of the Empire Mohammedans from the Crimea Ami Central Asia heathens and half heathens from the slopes of the caucasus and the shores of the siberian sea. Among the us eur serving under the British Flag Are a Small proportion of roman catholics Aud of presbyterians and congregationalists and to those will now be added Mohammedan from upper India Hindoos of various cast Aud sikh sect Aries from the Punjab. Whitehouse has been celebrated in a dime novel and a play As the Bandit of the Wabash. Although Only 21 years old he a committed More crimes than most men could Hope for at 50. About a year ago he shot a Deputy sheriff named Cleary in order to Ewi Uto arrest. Cleary almost died and it we Only within a few weeks that he recovered completely he at once it about discovering Witch ouse and after a Long search found him in an obscure bar room. Whitehouse promptly began firing and Cleary waa hit twice but the Deputy was equally Active and the Bandit of the is in jail w eth three bullets in his body. A Short general summary of the vital statistics of France for 1876 is published. The births amounted to trt6682, exclusive of those stillborn and the deaths to 834,07-1 so that the increase of population was 132, 606 Personis. The stillborn of inhere 44,680, and the marriages 291,366. These figures show that w Hile France with a population of 36,000,000. That is half As much again As that of England namely 24,000,000�?had an in Rease of population amounting to 132,-000, the increase in the tatter country reached 205,000, half As much again As France. While in England there a one birth to 28 inhabitants in France there is not quite one birth to 36. Charles f. Williams a just been sentenced n. In to three year imprisonment. His criminal career quot is remarkable. During the War he was a notorious bout to Juniper and was sentenced to be shot but Lincoln changed the penalty to in Kiricon Niento for life and Johnson pardoned him. Afterwards he served w veral terms for bigamy and assaults. In his interval of Freedom he was a Public Singer a Clown in a circus and a methodist Clergyman. In the latter character he was a Success As a revivalist his sermons and singing being Wou Derf Nelv effective with winners. He was always Able to get Good pay in the form of collections and having secured a a sufficient turn he w ent to sum targe City to spend it in debauchery. A the betrothal of Prince Henry of Luxembourg the King of the Netherlands brother to the daughter of Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia says the Tom Don Ward is an in doubled step toward tha absorption if not Orilo Laad at least of Luxembourg into the German confederation. The bridegroom expectant will be fifty eight it june the Bride a Twenty eight Moe Henry Only decided on Hia marriage when the Prince of Orange his Nephew repeatedly refused every marriage that was offered him including the very Bride his Uncle is now going to wed. The Prince of Orange has been talked to preached at entreated hut he will not give no his riotous parisian life and refuses Point Blank to marry while his younger brother can not obtain a wife All it proposals made on Hie behalf having been negatived of account of his ill health. The Cologne in Ette estimates the army which Russia can place in the Field at pres Cut at 660,000 men. This strength maybe maintained but Cau not he increased. The russian forces now in european Turkey and Roumania amount toj Welve Aad a half army t orne�?312.000 men. About 160,000 men must employed for the occupation of Asiatic Turkey so that Only seven and a half army corps�?187,500 men remain still disposable. In Case of War with England the russian troop could not be withdrawn from Turkey and Roumania. The disposable seven and a half army corps would then be employed for occupying the coasts of the Black sea and the Baltic. Poland st. Petersburg and Moscow where recent events have shown the presence of very dangerous elements would also require Strong garrisons. Russia Mouht therefore in Case of War with England maintain her Praseut positions but would have no forces not to speak or a Indian Campaign for taking precautionary measures against Austria at whose mercy she would ire if Austria resolved of warlike measure. Maxitat Llis no Dali from the ludiaupolujountai4 while in the cite of Mexico recently Gen eral Jeff. C. Davis became the fortunate purchaser of a Diamond Scarf or shawl pin which in addition to ita intr Isaic Beauty Aud value is of great historical interest. It was prevented by the emperor of Austria to Maximilian before the latter left Vienna for Mexico and worn by Maxi Tuliau until after Lii sentence of death was presented by him to u faithful mexican adherent the owner found it be Cestary to realize on us valuable ,.whether by pawning or Selling is not known and it was offered for Rale in one of the jewelry establishments of the City of Max ice. Here it be cd me an object of curiosity Aud interest especially to foreign res Deuto and visitors. Our Minitier general Foster called tineral Dav is at cution to the pin which is of Gold val shaped the upper portion surmounted with a Crown the etude resting on the wings of the mexican Eagle while the Eagle holds in his Daws or rather is standing of a urge Diamond. The Centra portion is a dark Blue ground of enamel on which Are the continued Coats of arms of Austrum and Mexico beneath is the Monogram a pm. 1. a Are eighty fire diamonds in Altos the face of the pin of exquisite workmanship. When held before a Gas Jet it becomes ablaze of Brilliant Light. The of property and the of Meninne. From the talc so Tribune the whole outcry against the accumulation of property is absurd upon the face of it the average of property in this country is $1,000 to each person or front $5,000 to $6,000 4o Erich family while the Middle classes the voting majority of the american people will average Felt in $2,000 to $10,00tk.,. To Dass Between $10,000 and $l00 000 is not at All numerous and those Worth Over $100, Are comparatively few. Even if it w e re not absurd How. Tto. Tuese Laun Monist leaders propose to limit the actors to one House the \ ande buts to one share of tail Road Stock and. The stewarts to one Little jct ail shop with a single clerk without limiting the right to accumulate to other person in the United states ? every a tui a Rihl wit. In Aulon Corr he ten # Sair franc Taco a bronc be. To gone Day at st. Petersburg Grisi and a Mario were walking out with two of their a a Little tils when a they met that to Zar. He stopped to speak to them. A and so tuese a i raid Alexander smilingly pointing to the i Ehi Idron and addressing their Mother a Marc i your Little Prrry ties a a no sire a replied the ready witted Pruitt Douna. A a Toliese Aje i my Watt mates a a Man. Clatter heave. A front a Pistoor a journal 1 the other Day i nearly broke my neck Over mrs. Cleft term a Tiger Rug. Why t Are there Tig a rugs i Deia Aud to know Why must people to Blind subjection to the tyrant fashion make their houses preposterous curiosity shops mrs. Clatter a Bouse acid not year Ideal is the True example of the prevailing rage. She has shut out All the Light from her windows with horse hair Etoir Ains an Inch thick w hich once would a of have in thought Sood enough for House blankets. She has lid Down her floor its May coi ored rus so the Kly that one might think him Ralf in a carpet dealer a and the visitor most he Way or hell a tripped up by them at every step the has covered her Walls with gorgeous jugs bowls jus urn Vara of every conceivable variety in which for the most part Inge Anity in Ftp a Way of ogly designs has done its Wool she has Hung screens in her doorway and cabinets Over her mantel. Be has mounted old Brae fire dogs Over her Book Belvea. And planted emblazoned Shields of Metal Over her door lintels. She has bought All the old worm eaten furniture she could Aud Aud ask you to sit on chairs tha were made tor Mankind before backbones were discovered. She has turned the Gaa j out of the Honra and illuminated it with painted candies. She goes to bed f with a roman candlestick Sleen under a moorish Rug eat off of crae Keu Vina Dis 1 covered in a he Marblehead Fisherman a cottage versa Media val gown that its All straight lines and she talk All Day of medi it Ean porcelain of roman ans Fenros and etruscan vases of Yre de plan ire Delft Ami Raff Selcque Aud Ines a of Malissy and Henri Deus celestial Blue and crackle of japanese it Mimnne eld satan a and hispano Moresque of Sevres Aud of to Hippen Laie and East Lake furniture of Quien Anne and rent Issalee and Mari Antoinette and so on and in Indium with a skill at quoting catalogues and running of name that is amazing. Is this a True House that is made up of curious trifles i rom the shops that is simply a chaos of colors Knizek Knacks and All forms of fantastic foolishness axe there breadth humanity heart life dignity intellect Felicity in this Jumble of misnamed Art Toul its Art Broadens the imagination and stirs the faculties there is no sex Cue for its being but the Art that mrs. Clutter is prostrate before dwarfs the imagination Narrows the intellect and impoverishes the whole nature. She a no sympathy with men and women it is All absorbed by her teacups and saucers. She has no perceptions of life except As a surrender of Hia i flu of to quaff Washington . Judge Miller me m int leg fact a relation to the late chief Justig Chase. In a conversation with his at Edam Wood Only ten Days before Bis death urn chief Justice expressed himself As a believer in tag inspiration of the Bible the finn of salvation As taught by Savior. He said that Early to k Hood he had brought to the it of the scripture All the Powers of Hie mind and carefully read All the leading arguments for and against the truth of those scriptures that he had deliberately made up his mind that the Bobki was the word of god a divine revelation the Man Aud he had never through a Long life wavered a his belief. He treated the Ewh it sect As he would a question of and having carefully and fully examined to subject and settled it a his own mind tha part of the became to him a an Axionna not to be disputed or departed from. I waa interested in hearing fudge Miller detail at length this conversation As it confirmed to the fullest manner what the chief Justou a had often raid and written to me. I be Lintow the t Hief Justice died without a feeling of a Unity toward any Man and in the confident Hope of the christians future. Jim aged tar tar on Imp travel. From the Hartford Timan or. D. H. Willard says that in the year 1838, on fhe East farm half a mile South of the Newington Railroad Junction he across a very Large and beautifully Box or hinge Tortoise so called from ito upper and under shells mix let dutch Power to Elozo its upper and under Uez Zama Erica a nah together i turning it upside of Coin so he a Uso bed on it his own initials it and the Date letting him free. In 186a he found the rame fell again half a Raife wort. To had fio Croes two Bridge or folded the streams Ami three Railroad Lomeka. New Date waa then added the fire Tion being very dint inet. He has to him since until Lart saturday 18th, when a espied him on his West farm near Tho now Britain line about one and one half mile from the first Point named look agae Halo and Hearty As Ever but not increased to size perceptibly. He was duly marked 1878, and sent on Hia Way and with thin query at this rate of travel when will Yon reach the pariae coast the her paltry toys and she is More concerned in the do Wafaie of a cracked plate Thau in the War Ami calamities that al tit the world outside of her Bazaar. Her evil Dreu Are hidden away in nurseries she dare not permit them to bring their Active ito die Ana restless spirits into her rooms lest they Knock Down her Glass screens or break her precious jars. Telegraphic Brevi ties. Frank w. Hampton of Blanchester Ohio committed suicide Friday night. I Guy Star Srou the Louisville Derby besting the famous Himyar. Time,2 i7q. They Sre looking for a Congress in Europe Early m june. They doubt seem to expect much from it. The House committee of patents agreed to report favourably representative Vance a Bill for a general revision of the Patent Laws. The president last week visited Hampton v., to Alstead the commencement exercises at Hampton Normal Aad agricultural schools. The st. Louis communist Are said to be organising and growing to strength daily. On body of them is said to be Over two thou Rand Strong. It is raid that the Stewart hotel for women will soon to turned into a general hotel it now contains Leas thaa two score of boarders and the Stewart estate is ont of pocket about #900 daily to support the institution. It i said that information a been received at the Bureau of the turkish minister of foreign affaire that papers have been discovered at Pera implicating Midhat Pasha and minister Layard in the recent attempt to replace Murad on the throne. Ata Cabinet meeting Friday Secretary Sherman submitted a financial statement showing a deficiency in the fiscal year thus far of $11,000,000 Leas than a the corresponding time last year and also showing a decrease of $8,000,000 in expenditures. General Russell Hastings of Rockford Illinois form Ray marshal of Northern Ohio and during the War lieutenant colonel of president Hayes regiment and miss Platt Niece of president Hayes will be married at the White Honra in the latter part of next month. Mortgaging a Cathedral. I from the beaten pos before judge Colt a hearing was had a ter Day on the petition of the right John j. William archbishop of the a to Cera of Boston for authority to mortgage tha real estate consisting of the Cathedral Mart the land under and belonging to them for $244,700, in order to Poy off existing a Eum Brance. Tho property is valued a about $1,500,000. It w understood that then Money is to be furan Ahod by a oor Pratima a new York City. a a a of a Mem hmm amp atm m from toe Marion ind., cafe Rama the question of endorsing the Southern policy of or. Hayes to the approaching in publican state convention is cropping on in some quarters. We Trust there will to am such attempt made for it will Rettit in am Good and to Saiber Meh harm. A great tart of the Kepul Faaa of the state regard it As a terrible mistake and an attempt to endorse it will be retorted and a Imi Orem meat will keep thousands of Republican from the polls in october. New a received at Richford Vermont last Frida that 600 irishmen Are drilling at Charay n. Y., sixty eight Miles from there. Canada people believe there is a movement for the invasion of the Dominion. It is generally believed the fenian Are making their Way into Canada. The military authorities there Are on the Alert. May 22d the Indiana nationals adopted a platform similar to that they have before stood upon and nominate the following ticket Secretary of state Henley James of Grant treasurer of state r. P. Main of Floyd auditor of state Jacob f. Bird of Gibran attorney general David Maas of Hamilton superintendent of Public instruction John Young of Marion. Tilden in the Chicago Alton ease has returned an answer in which he denies All fraud in the reorganization of that read Aad claims that his services were very valuable As the new Bonds with which the old were replaced have a very much greater Market value. For his service in the committee he received Only $20,000. The full amount still due the reorganising trustees As or. Tilden claims is $200,000. The earthquake in Vea Estela mention of which Une been made before occurred of april 14 the town of can eight from Caracas was entirely do were All surrounding farm. The became heated the such a degree the ought Refuge outside the water. Shocks were Felt to Caracas Aad were the heaviest since 1812, the property destroyed to Caracas amounts to a bundled thousand dollars. The Demee Retic National committee last week adopted the following a sea Rcd that the Letioa of the Monee of representatives in appointing a committee fully empowered to investigate Aad report upon frauds alleged to have been committed in the late presidential election to the end that truth May be made known to the people Aad repetition of such frauds be prevented in the future meets the approval of this the powerful engine in the Baltimore Aad Ohio Railroad machine shops at Chicago Junction suddenly stopped at 9 of clock saturday morning. A investigation showed that Charles Clem the Engineer was hanging by the neck to a Cord suspended from a steam pipe overhead. He had been Reading in a German newspaper an article regarding his family who live in Zanesville Ohio Wlinich so depressed Nim As to induce the rash act Duj Many Southern and Northern democrats Are receiving Earnest letters from their constituents deprecating reopening the question of the presidents title and regretting that any action should be taken by them calculated to add to the present financial distress by repelling returning pm bloc and private Confidence. One of the recipients of such letters who was elected to Congress by less than twelve majority was rendered uncomfortable by the declaration that several Hundred persons who heretofore voted for him would withhold their Suffrages at the next efe Etlou. An american gentleman who has just returned from a a extended tour in Russia says that 200,000 Russia us Are moving toward tha galician Frontier of Austria. Toe garrisons throughout Poland Are moving southward. Cuip of troops and recruits Are noticed at Many Point along the railways. Moscow and st. Petersburg Are full of troops Aad new lines Are constantly coming Forward. The Ommi Sarv department is purchasing heavily All kind of supplies. There a great bit Tetuo Antong the people against England. Buque in Active but tire foreign Trade is unsettled by the decline in Exchange. _ my a 8tovel Konwai h rom the 1�?Thifedetphls dress the present far who completed Hia 60th year on the 2brh of last april is the Only russian Sovereign Dua tug Over two centuries and a half who attained the age said to by so fatal Tomb is Roo. The t Zar a Mehael the first Romanoff who ruled in Russia his reign beginning a 1618, died at the age of 49. Alexis i son sad successor it 48 Feodor at 25 Lusu it 33 Peter tha great at 53 Algerine l. His widow Aud successor born of Bumble Parent in Avonia at 5 Peter in All 15 Anne at 47 Ivan at 21 Elizabeth at 52 Peter us at 34 Catherine in at 67 Paul at 47 Alexander a at 40, and Nicholas before he was 51k Here of sixteen Russia jul Sovereign from 1613 to 1878, Only on the present to car Muy be Aid to have reached the age of 60. Catherine of quot Rosia who lived seven rear longer Vyth. A go Rowau w without one drop of russian blood to her vein. 1 watches a Tefet an fee Trya ated. The Man who tiaras a Tram or an engage 4 City Matt ebb a mud of the lax Baku. At an Early hour sunday morning Man Twenty five of the Laad Wahr a new Organ a ratio in this Eity 1 repaired to be Anear four mile House on Tito tag Road for Rifle practice and Drill each Man carried a maale Load tag Rifle and was Drenard a a Gray uni Fonn with regulation full dress any hat wills brim turned part the Aidea Aad a Wreath on Tho front bearing Tho . About 8 of clock the uniformed parly a strengthened by the addition of Homo Tox of men to civilians dress who also took a haul at Tho Guam. A trivia reporter who Wae dispatched to learn of the organisation and ita per Pola has gleaned the following facts. Damm of saturday evening tha Asea with uniforms met at the tent no Mali on Statil Street Between main Aad Sycamore Street and resolved to Drill Aud or action As a ont w. Brettl proprietor of Tho Teutonia called the meeting to order and rat of that contracts had been made with a Ciuc Tannatt firm for Breech loading Gera for tha company at $8 each. A the membership he is a payt to state waa increasing there being in new recruits present to be sworn to to night. Two weeks ago a had hat it members now we Haveck the organi Aalto is open to All Aad we Are wilting to Tab recruits from All Dapar menu of Lada atry. The chairman waa followed by thro speakers who denounced those who had contributed to any Way to the prop sad Battery of artillery for Tho Protection of the City. Of motion it waa agreed that the society meet it 6 of clock of sunday morning. Aad proceed to the place above deep rib de for i ill. This programme it will be Aseng was carried eat la con venation with tha a Kainaya of the meeting and or. F. Shoe Feider on of the prominent members to Day then gentlemen stated that they wished the news Captra to ventilate Thror proceeding d ataxia providing it waa Dona so i Day. Their object in to Batik up tha 1 Workingman Aad not to d Aad tally. Sale of the capital car lag state of of hire with shed. They would like to do this by i Tion. Congress should consider the distressed condition of Tho week and devise Ai Eaon for his if fit. Proc Odinga Musur Tatoy to de Trow tha a a ito said or. 8ehoenfelder a labor Mug ont of the Market. i2at Illet i ask 4.1 of Hiu Mig a Gnu i amm Iiren a a and tha poor Moc Hanto a an not Gat half enough to a. Haia idl half the time Aad Geta but Litti for i work when he a a but what Ami on Yeu take that will thagar queried and out of t Steps can Yan better Thia condition of a off a toi not say. We Mart leafed a know that a Are poor and destitute and tto capitalists Are gating All the benefits of or labor while we Are suffering. This state of tilings is gradually growing wore a Aad a remedy must by found or a can not a do Yon expect this Aid to come from Yon can net expect to fore machinery ont of Tho Market ant use. No. Bat we would have a tax placed it so that hand labor will be protected i do not knew what will to done in this run Ilia must to Learned should 1 tag of the poor. with rides and organism military companies will enlighten the people you think it May. But done to understand that we want bloodshed we Only want to to pared to protect ourselves to of trouble. We will nod trouble at Mart for a Whilt m used be afraid. Perhaps tha ties will Causa trouble. The question May even bring strife and a want to be prepare to take advantage of every Opportunity to better our condition. A May get help Frodo legislation. 1 do not know. To not anew w Nai Wui of none taints 01 machinery but the people must Bel that it is killing , and that it not be us cd to the disadvantage of the another member of the Landwehr chimed to. He said that their Ragaa Isaiam was not a communistic affair ant had it any connection with the socialism although socialists could Iota it if they Iwaho. This order is for educational purposes. To wont to Leera the working Man what is boat for Bis interest about political Economy and such things. that is your purpose you could do that to debate Aado it pamphlets said from the use of the Rifle. A Yea. 80 we Voaid but we want the my a prepared to Earey out their views a care of trouble. We do not know what u in the this member also disclaimed any re Votow tons re intent of the Paroff the Landwehr. Be said there used to to Mere members to that company but some had not paid their dues sad were dropped from the list. Arena to Voth Serewa Are furnished by the company thaa in to say the treasurer of the association paps ail the Bills and the Money is not assessed to the usmial Way. The dues Aud tone Are used for this purpose but any member can get a Tali outfit at the first it the Cost of the initiation fee. Where the sir Pas come from to provide Thia outfit is not quite Clear but is probably raised by Sun riptide among supporter of the Organ ratio. Ike Felice departmental a no state of excitement a yet and Are anticipating be Tittle if any trouble. Nevertheless preparations Are quietly being made for i4euse, and it suy trouble ensues a Fosee will be mar a haled to suppress the Landwehr or any Otic organisation that attempts the destruction i property. Blaek tilts rivet d Pani Ridge a celeb rated $1 mme input through fault of the watch upon which Silks Worth$1 50 Sample free or o by , t. Tsyn Roforth no Faith in that exp a a t. O. In with privilege of Ovi Saraa he Deperta no thai Atoka tim be Ort Wing. Koo. 147 Aud in Wert fourth Stiver cruet Autar t. Kind of a false guide. The american watches made by the american watch company and bom by All first i 1hb jewellers arc not of that sort. They Combine moderate Cost with the highest excellence. Is peer Nelly i the the Cash a with the a a new no it ill i Walch Thieu is now made in the popular grades bearing thu it a stamp. These should be examined of a Gre a fircht ing a pocket Sotu Padiou if you want to know w hen Aud How to make Money in 8tn is by a new sate plan al tire Ren of go., 17 Brood Street n. Merslo teacher and Itu la he seeking the bust Iuston moderate expense should it a d 1 4f 0 a a. A. Red Laboroi up �1 i it if in # of % r

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