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Forest News (Newspaper) - December 27, 1877, Forest, Indiana:^^-- * ? ? K ^ ' E E H ! ^ SSSE** •^?»,i ii**-*witt-i ' - . - ; • EDir&BIAZ OLXO, !'. I'J.iJ&V- ' -. Tux newrof the fall of-BM n* cw* |W»t. Lexcitetu'eHt-. In '8t.EP-e!M«il(kfn Crowds assembled on tlw^OeeUjiinglug 4Ae National Anthems'and ehbgring " Voclfeftuafy.wid the -qiijcwaa- Illumin- ated;" The Cair^thliling hi*, presence BO longer accessary at tfie-- front, his r» tiirn«d to ihe^Capital, ' '• < • ^ ^ . . , 1 i i i • • • . . • • . •"•.: E TH* United 8tates,Con*til GeneraJEat : Berlin luut sent home samples of a Berlin inrentlon called kid^UsitLcEjn^pdfed.for shoe ta^tings/carria^'oovera/wltorproof' - clothing, gaitergr'goliilerg^ratlea.bagt,' gun covert/mall|jouohefl,-:etc. -,:It ft said. to have livo. time* the strength and •'durability of the common wo?en India- -rjibberlasting.'E :••"'"''•:;.: , •'-. J^AKP^uurA,r^niaBd%a.tPl«vii, wu wouudecjduring the: siege of that fortress by thp Russians. Without food or; fire, with death by ^ tatratien, i>r. freeaingafaring tUeni'. inN the face'Etbe ftrere compelled to yield. But the- -skill attd. dating: of Oimaa P*jEa,iihtiu! defense of' the place* is the. admiration of.'theE b,raVe of reyery .country,-ftttsaia included., ' rjZ_ '• •"• .'""..\..."U ... -^ ~ . A , - - r ^ W " - -*'«£ ~kr-^ • E 1 A* QUEER flsfc;<wuj^t recently; ia an _fil|ter_dridge near Alexandria,yirgtaU, i ' ^ j j j ^ g g r f ? 9 LLvfAr-np^tL,ftfxt ttr&fytj ' " ' — = = 4 " E — ~ ii m i > i = r 5 = l.-.i" -*»-v YJ^TSimiiti: FORESf, HARDIN CO., QfllG. THORS0 J - >'. the casket..-*A wh,ite yaporr'Sse, and un-< -titie , which '•- must -^imSftvlfav" great • de»- ito infiuence the-'joang man fell to the wound".;_ Bis"' bjLfcr turned "gray,, his" •fb.rti'UvB lts;youth,. and' in a Jew.jno-' ipentshe^diedof old;«ga. '•' ••r*^*-': ;-->'ia ahaj»5i»Qiriewljat Ukea^urtte^ax^fca^; *-.-.- 'a-baid aheUvrsIt-hM^yiiji^W-.aneliif • -and .its •under^a>JJiEtnrji&n^wi.th;a number'oif-arras.or claws, teltainating ' Tifc t^hose-of the ordinary crab while.ffie . • .baokjpart -of the stomAch is covered with E • jointe'd scales Uhe-4hercqgitnpiicock*. ^ j ^ S B ^ i a f t * ' taiLjtMr^^e%.obout .— a"ft»iloBg" :^ cap trimbiedEwltM e^rmlne, an'ihe wore' the red~6apd .wait tie" on his, shoulders." He. ii .greatly changed iu appearance since"JUrie ltat.e>He is no lofigw-tbeiaie oldiaiJB^ajhu^m^uivs would wipysaw to •foBt year<E~of_;age. BBIBME: __._ _ , - - _ , _f teif years* fcad.since Ej^yad^teytoofcplflW^ Congress J T e r Mrhcttd. afcia-pala andrdefireatted; " SQ$: MexicMi andEJteiS" hla.TindePlip fa pendent, andEhia tongue" r Voice-of a-^ oir. ^ m t e y w a T t b r w a r ^ t ^ p r f f ^ E y ^ ^ ^ 5 ^ ^ 2 2 ^ 3 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ^ 1ii8lips barrafliish>dr7lirfttte^^e^Pope ^r~Eiryamett4rw»^". "JfetfPBw r .__„ , t . ~~fc':&lghl; Be^ttled a^cabTyj'cyari^es^tt.|;tg?aow ± broken i^own :old; man/ « n i tiaiw part of oil i* CjnTernment. And-thii tf-ttie'position"toSa.edby-th« sA" " " • ' " preu ma,yjBi^Ltted:to;rejSe»entLp*!pu- -lar.aenUnaient,' ^ - J ;THBy don'trhave cold tea, and •'- 'punt*/ and .a£p!o aau'cej- and 'lfo'me ol ' that »Vuil you 'baud around"in cup« aud; .'on.plitea". fn'the Capitol ieataurant — S^je-^ OTSrE"?oTnb ' temperance • feltowa. : 'dlaosverfid. thatNnbld. tea - wa». brandy, that apple MtroBrepreBeaied^ple toddy, - afi,d""s6nre qtrthot-»tuff« stood - off for - old Bourbon.r A.. aoiatt-*aa : the matter. "0*dir Baron, f. the ^Twin '•Monntain^Hoi&j; um."token charge of. -.:^^ thefwtourant, ottd>le»ir8..Bandall and AVtteeleTamurfl.ui there jg- art;;e^d-' of. -rum-sSliirgthere,; :.~ "' •'•"• ," ipeaitB French, but with, a, ceTijam .diffi-r .^haApT, ^ «y»ntiy /toga and^repesteUa words..... • • ••'•' -"- E V.BBRa'iR, executed xecently »t SfLYer-E. ^E^^bttVww^amWb^^nj'gt^vi^iJ'^y^! - - Even but-a few daya.bxafpr^hift,e.Jtectu • —tien; 1 he allu(hrd> to hjs hangingEsa *• • <• necktieJpnrty." Anrigar^ giyenEBim" "by a friend, ho^placed.;upon.ttt>-gaaf '•_ 'burnervTai>eIejl.-".-nfy'luit .cigar.'1-'B*_ • ^-"it,on*'time held good'.posittoirt in;Q(»V» i_ ernment offices at ColUnibuii,* TTofii/said' _'.'•/to oare-beeni* yToung matt of flnfe. per- . .'flonal appearanceE M-:^?l!-V.^-1-^6 . ?Tobeluoh,.he. w« aE.braye iojdierdn- tb'e vate reiidence,taB.d fliade provision, for communications', .should such Jbe -de- sired. leAder.-TBie flwt attacfclwa>^nideUpon- -quarter*from^he_Buiph depot to.aprf- -fbmiain July ias\ and.vthe Ruadahs — *'—-^^--^ --•> * - - J ~ — - : . ! — * . . were confident-of carryingjtby ooup& force-.- . But theyfrete "reputsed, and the deBructiofohheirariby waa so coiirjile* that many .^.weeks elap«3 E&efpr^ 'they wetfi ableJtb recover-from ti>e airprise iffdlhe^Brrible e^ u"of";fKa"^DW tbejr received.oii,"Uiat oecasiori.;_A,dditions were made to their. forbest they strength^ great"was .Ui'e. slaughter "of their army Union sidei^ and lost'an-arnf-i«Hfie *rv- Lthat they'aitmiatconcTuded tcigiveup io *ice~.- Prink was hirrnirn? /T~'K\. ' -des^a^Todl^i4hento6fe<!naige.-.ot , T H B story of the painting called the. Venua'An»'dyo'BieJie,'npw on exhibition; in'New York", is that a dissipated paints named ".Olaguo discovfcre6?il in a> bis- grimed aad dingy canvas that adorned the walh of a Ncw'Orieana bar-room.. The proprietor tngught-nymore' j f 'it- ->lhan it had cost- him—which waa;ii'oth' -ing'at all. Clague, who -Waa poor, co'H- •V.tented"ttBs«n'wtffii<^ng;SFll in the intervalT'ofEbeer.Edrinkrng. Howfs*er/; :. rleipokeEofl'8n<aiQi„to a^^ jrifend, who, atte.r. Clague'a death, purchased it, had^ it cleaned and.found that ifr.was a Titian —til TiuUiiel ut same other " old maatcrE theslege,4ndhe inveWed- EkTyn« with the'.'purpose of starving thr Turkish mrm^Tnfc submission. For. over three months the siege has/thus been con- dudted/'Osman tissha, in. vain-.looiing for "suecor irohi'•;Suleiman Pasha-'• and Mehemet'Ali., Starved and despairing, and the cold winter setting ^ , . wiljiout It_may be add«d that there _are some people who believe this story. '..--• - -y . ac*ndant_^of theE^mous - Dukes of ^gn^jwHoonjeeSignedpver Cyprnr Jernsalem, and Arnftnia. •MiilniioudJL causedtobestranglfidtheuricToof the liv-; ~iBg-<|eecgndan.t in. 1821, and confiscated The nephew to this day holdsthc title "papers tmI'o?n«revideii26a,of .prjiperty.i He was formerly an officer in the Bussian Trmy, but is nowtfn the retired list. The family is from the Chateau of LuSigoan, ;.jn- Poitou, Trftncer Caterfha Bornaro jnarjft"a^ TaWes iratthlrs'tock; Cyprus; On his death the island parsed . Into the hands of Venice..The surviving Luslgnan is.a.n old man: -Hedoeo-not -despair of recovering his ancestor's riches from the .Porte. ' " ' - , . - •. is, a-jnnallJsland about, tifo- i£aaLof,Samoa,.wiich an American named; ,Tenkjns< has pre. •*emptedT The island is about four milesl distinction of race otireligipnfltBWrding •long and three wide. There is a lagoon in the center, which has no connection ' strip Ground, varying from one-fourth to over a mile in .width. Mr. Jenkins has . been very.energetic/and is now reaping " ifle rewaru oi Aits Japors. rtiere is u good road around the island, bordered'on one . side by the sea, and on the other bya ' rowof coeoanut trees and bread-fruit trees. Mr. Jenkins owns a good sub- ' stantial dwelling house, and the houses . of his hired lielp> which consist of, sev-. Eeral families of natives, s,-good stone' wharf, a trini-butlt little 8ch66ger7T)uiTr by kipself and son-in-law. — Van Winkle in Mother form', k- young1 —-man .fishing ia his boat on the ocean was - ,TtaE."Zta$i of Tionje,.publishesa re- markable account of the.."reception >f Fienehr^pilgrims Irorn Carcassonne, by the Pope.,. The visitors „had been previ- ously requested npt, to. «anifeat their, devoted«tsB to the Holy Father by cries orapptatiaexms any clamor might bepre-- 'jtt.dhdalEib!jW^JeklthV< Piua IX," -who' was brought on a chair carried >^y four j^fe lr f i i i i i r l r iMia^ 1 "* -^ Iffle l^ty SS^E^E^'U"** - . . -The head o{ H is Holinees was covered with a velvet .?o*ers, hoping they wjii- receive these' pyerttfrcWavorably,- .'•- ; _-*TtiEiPlTTSBURQ JUZVSIOm. " - The ofllciRl report of. Major beneral Pearson has beea submitted to -the Ad- jataxit General of the State, and explains many things'ih'{c6nneetion with the July, riota :-which have not hitherto been Known or uhdcrstoodEBy:it.tho Ja^jte bjrpn'ght "to light. th« Gcncral -Pearson was^ nbL.p'resont wheh'the firing :took; place,, at "l^^ty^ighttr-Strjejrt, .butii»;as in the telegraph.office at t^ re outer dejbt in cominunieatioa with the A'ujii ' OBueiBl.." Th'e:&ttor, v^ p^had h1» " qaiHiurif ^--«^-^m----^. _-.:. to start up ceived the Intelligence.of. the collision, •andj turhinglntothe office,hesentfot Major-Cteneral Brinton."EWhenbertjame^ ijEthey.^ ^ had coHsuftatiog-with Vic^- •troogi-'. be brougME iP EtoiOccupy "-and ^^diifc^bia^^^^Eraflii^aqr);' viith,-«idl the, troop*.ordered i^nfo: not thePtB>"lX.>rJ6iT.'ti to" all Catholic jEfeine. :He*«ughed.painfully threepr 4iiwB>;-MtffuticrgdiijnM> •jrocdiu "He to secutfcfood for'them-QeneralTearspn jrijh^veniijBeilnMnj (if his«tajl, Jeft foV . ETHK'defenae. of... PJerna,. under Uije. skillful -planning jg& .'the undaukted courage of Ostnijr^raslia> hsi been one of: tb§ most sjttoesftul, un til- its 46 wn- fail, reobii^fe .moSern.; w«rfafe. And no temporary historian who has control of-jL public *JottraaLjjari' dp his duty jfhodoes_»pt allow.the. splepdid leadcx of the .-soldiers in t^hat foAress."every; honor that is due a flrst-rateE military vised, and reipfeBted by:th6 Adjutant General^ thaVpwing'tp 'the '6iaspe*ation' existing' agaiost bun ainong the;rioters who.hold him responsiblelor.the" firing and loss of Ufe^ that, h.e "nhtiuld <lesist from further^ aefcive parti«lpatio*j!rTh'f ; commasd', as - his prgsence would -only- 'in *-i*8. mln uteiu. Ihe boy* w^ re in sh up; ciiec! all their points,, and in September, conldeft^of.sttcce*s,trrey mad*another attack-^ uppa' the Turkish stronghold; But they; were; again defeatcoVatfd: W Aftawbelng-'thus- relieved, from com- .aand'Qeuerar-.Pe>Tson toplt no-farther piift in i^e'mllitoy.or^atiprnnn thaT cl'ty,_3?lie Teport then detefTsihe various operation'iu the Aothracito".j%g(idns, and" to the. future ^ s ^ ^ e n ^ a n e s w r t l c r l - ^ ^ i - ^ ^ ,vittil^^ o»br«J. Lee.. / Kidnapping iu Connecticut. On F.rhky aftentooh, -November 3(J, «T -Miss Fandie Bui.t, _aged seven teen yeaii, daughter oj- yharlcs,l}jiffof Wesipo'rt;' was seattdJrLher,'father's "house, her. only company being an"infant belonging 'to,.her'sister, w^o strange looking- iften"- abghted frguva covered <arrkgejn front .tf JCis;lyJh«iume of Tack ^ alsburys'wits shofiby CiiistabW Woo<J gnd/pbtse^ at^ U: __„ -...-.-.^,^^-._-... lefville" V??it V»E a'few koibingi,»g». -of the premises.- They Mmo toThe-dboL H»lihury^ iift'(i badly''beateiif-S nft'njn'Smed fire to wafm'Jus' garrison, "on- Sunday last-Osman Pasha attempted to break the EussiauTines and escspe. W * " JU was. beaten at every point, and com-' pelled to surrender,; but nbiEwTthTput great losses, oh the side, of his enemy*' The cable icpuils IbaLaitf Jlussian regi. men- was'' virtually annihilated at the first onset. The Czaf of Russia, after TBCTEJS living atSf. Petersburg a-dfc, ^ ^ . ^ , ^ ^ - ^ . ^ . i .nH.' Tp>„rn»H 1,1, swori. The Cair can do no better now than to o^ fer- honprableE"TOnditionf- to 'the bwve Turks, and secure J&irope that'peace which-i&ejreubleus -iimes demand. -Willha do it? -:'""_ TVXKISB'AFFAIRS; A"ponstantinople dispatch says'the circular note dispatched by the Porte to the.signatories of the treaty of 1871 coffin mences by the statement, that the'origin^ Bt-import»ot-«tent8 is per- fectly known. E . E E ' ' " Tlwlmperial Government is conscious •dMntving doUe nothing to provoke war. It has done tvirything to avert it, and has yainiy sought to discover Russia's -motives i'o R'er aggressiy&iitiajnpaign.- .. ThePPrte-has sbowsur .desire fof im- provemeDt,"by reorganizing the judicial system, 'and devising reforms without to the ConBtitutionEwhich has every' where been well received. Partial .re- with. the sea, and the. land consists of j&. Torm is of JRO avaH.. The adopti«n of _A_I n^rr^j _i r *_.: . . . - . . » - - .« . . T'' '* ,. '• _ ..'. _# i , . -^. . . . improvements in one part of.the Empire only would be a premium to other com. munittes to'revolt. Any doubte as to the ution of" pear before the solemn declarations the Portenow.mak.es, A state of war simply retards such reforms, and is disastrous to the country generally, destroying tile .agricultural interests, killing industry, and ruining financial organizations. In- dependently of these arrange'mentefor re form7 wbatYeason .can tneffe"bc for corh j l s | i | Jll'llliH "" T H'fssiriiis iliibiii'il llinl ~ : ". jheisnotanitnatwlby a^spirjt of con- Tmt' J*p«ftesrtJave the story of Rip aufflL The military honor of both sides" • . „ - o r i - t - i . x- - ^ . . ^ 1 . - - *' . » _ w - ^ - ~~TZTL v . ^ . i ~ - . j i i ..1-0-.1 m t . . . i invited by the goddess of the $ea to her ioau- benpath^ Ttrie wavas.-; After three days'he desired to see his old father and mother. ' On . parting she gave him a gToldeh casket and a-key, but begged him. never to open it. At the village wiTere" he lived all was changed, andhe could ' get no trace of his parents until *n aged -Sroman recollected haVhig heard^ of their,- nahiea. He found their graves a.hun* dred years old.^Thinking that three days caWd not have made !«ich a change, and that hewas underji spell,'he opened; President-6assatt/ whoT^ fjSJHang. for the Ulie.PhitMefptttftmifitta were-wit£6u.t Jt$loi»-aiad in a famished wmdltiou, and,' -after makwip. Dovera.1 iaeffectual eflforts curing jood. He arrived-there'about ' " '""*"' 10:130-a; m., and•-Was imgiediately ad- incite them-to furtherdeeda of outrage and violence,- -and he himself. would inevitably, lie murdered..^.Yielding to. his superior oiScers he remo-fed Iflsiea J- per . j -oamTatTJ l ty^wbet t t h e . Cronih„-boy scratched H i c k e y T o the Iace^aud sU'rtedJo run d o w o s t« l r*r .JTheJat t«r l t l l owed t a j ^ e he*(5 pf t h e l i t s l r a »nd fired tlus t s t a l «hpt i^iltAMivdlVjer. .-. •••^JUir'srCv . , "" -.- * ' B i M B M A ' o t tB« A m i l H t l k t i h M « wh'o: go down to the s c * . i a ehfpr w i l l hsveHiljuoTisut- reup'n - for »ad raoDioriei pf t h e - d l o s i n g ; m o n t h i of 1 8 7 7 r - f h o majority vot the ,fo£sll'• lost ;we"rer- European; but the fato of t h e r. U a r o n g i v e s - o u r c o u n t r y r p t a e e » m « a g tfie' - insrin'en. ' O o r latCBt.Uiipatchei record thV wreck o i r t h e Dutch-s teamer FxieTiIabd, w i th great l o i r o t U f s . : ; - - E - ^ -"'.'"'E ' r j rQrs i r i i e reounty i Tenn((iseeE.s fWSayi t . of "State troops.- andask'ed fora. dxink.of water. Whjje . Miss-^ BurL-wfls obtaining the "water the "men entered tfie apartment. On her-T'e- turn, one .of the men stepped L-l»h"ind iict., geired^ jind held her, while the «thcr forced a hae^ j^ prchief, situraW with drtOTOfofm," -into^. lwr m'on'ft.'- '.and __ kept' it there until /she '-was jhsensr- ThieTurkish c»mmanderE--|-bleE__Nybile ]_ i»- that eonditjon' th^ stripped" "Eer entirely of -her .cloth- ing, -invented her In* pair of' trotjscrs, oyercoaLhat and shoes belonging to her father, dragged her from the house, threw her lim the mryiugH and uukaegfr \?heashe-'came''to conwyousness. it wis night, andishe i n ^ strange. apartment, A man nam«d"\alfefitte"e iff supposed to'be kl l le ih This report Ss'cbnfirmed from o ther fte'sUrrendeT^ £?s^"Pa*harvisto December 4, she was kept a prisoned for the'space of. Jour days, tluringv which iime:sho v^as denied food',, except th^^meanest^ sort, and repeatedly Outraged'wbile under'the ' ** • f-lilrnfnrfti' ^ n ^nraf l f lT ' w U L l t l ' d - l t ^ T UVBMI./) Miss B&rt found berself alone. - T*king-'aTl vaBta'ge of'1he*ircuvh- stances she forced open" ttin ^pgr'o'L-her prison and escaped. -After a "journey of-four dayB and frights, during which-she did noteat, dnnk or sleep,-she reached Westport'on Sit t i ir f lay n i g l i t , JiAvrnp w a t l k f j n _ d i s -tarrce of fully scvehty-ffve nnies. - She .appeared in a state of such cxhaustiou and- with' garmeniaiio:tottered and tonii that her parents fiifed'toTscpgniae her>- and.it was only after hearing the soupd of her voice that "they were enabled to' realjzc .'that the lost one Was forindj. Dr. GwrgeTfc Bouton, who" was_called to,treat the injured yoBng lady, rpro» nounees.her physical condition critical,' witfithe'eharices'mnch against speedy recovery. • The' greatest excitement; pre- vails among those residing .near the. scene of th? abduction.. Miss Burl «x- prosses the belief that sbe can trace the course taken by her from .the hous* of; he"r captivity to the depot at New Britain, and canalso identify her perse- cutors' If brought near them; $he; will, "(hough borne dowh.byipdily weakness, proceed by'rait-to New-13'ri|ain'ana aid •-"—*•'— a clue to the perpetrators of 'ttw&gCi ~ " - - • • — » — ~ l - . - » . ^ IT is related that one evening when Miss Cushtnatf was playing, in Wathing- ton^PwrtdeDt"and Mrs. Grant entered the-theater during the second-act, just when the actress had started to " come on," and the-orchestra at that moment began l o play "Hail to the Chief." " Buffieldj Duffieldj^ she-eried,—»i*fia< is."that noise about? "The orchestra is composed; of fools, I verily believe*." ". It must beibtnidantly satisfied.. Whatob- ^eeVeaa thefc beJn'prolongtng Voontost ruinous to bot^ceuntu'es? The moment has arrived fofohe belligerent Pfiwers to., accept peace Vlttt^at affecting their dignity? Europe might now usefully in- tr-the President;" TBridnioor1-Mr. Duf- field. ."'And sumxSc It Ssl">*ald she angrilyE-'-Kr.-t«rd has given orders .-thitLllho -orchestra.play 'Hail to-tha <^tief.n' "flail to mischief. I would REVIEW OF jisMfSTlG J ^ T P J S , [ T h e , W r B r » | > l U d ' b e i t . h e bad ordered aU available'troops.to t h e see.ne o t 'd l f f i co l ty v „ - _ , ' • • • t x « - - J I - , . • . T»B:0»l>-e»tOB Iffvtlt AustJiuspeeSal says • f iy j fMeiSesB h o i s ^ W e r ^ w w ^ J y f t c h e d , 4 d i spatch i « . > e e n Rece ived t y , * ? *>T'> « t - B * k e r r f e ! d , Ct l i fonr ia , Friday. VjTBEjCpiiforuSfl Legisl(Ktur« has blected J . , 1 . j ; a r i e y ' i « U n i t e d SUt»« Symitcr..-" '," _' '\ :— A e i i i t a EtfT4K> « t | 4 i » g n e w S h e l b y , Ohla , tuJcididV 8»tur4ay , b y shooting. L .' • g M B T Pl ioHBEClt , t g t h j t e c t a ^ d b n l l g e r . Ehia-wii--", Mwm-O,**)-* gave Pr'etlde rife H a y es.anVjleglrit r e e e p t i o s op-the njght of D s e t t a p e r 21 ernor ;fr«ax tbfBher l f f . e f - H r f t T O C o B n t j ; l i f t i n g that the Bt*te t roops surrendered to h Ui» Mexicai i mob at three p; m, qn the 17th. The ir f i omuni t i on V a a exh»tuUd,>D<} t h e j . werft unable t a h o l d out a b y l o n g e r . ^iSitr the surrender, l}«w»r"d Ati in»i>a ^nd"^» s i s o . « E M « n c ' i e s t e r , E i g t o n i , IwiE fu ' i ed . . 1/1»; a a s i e d McBrlde were s h o t t o d | a t h by the h l i i t j e s /^O.OOOf ' " '/'•' . :.c- : -.". Jiexieaiiii;. ; \\""l'yf; '••" ,: '•., EE "TttumiWu-Jt U ^ i i » O i i f c * f , lttw V Ark City . • 1'k-riSrlU' o l 'Anne j j , K S e v j a ^ o f Bos ton; trial"".of -AbeE^Bottischilil, for t h e - 'teaii igLpuhrto bjq&Hf, Jff*fv»rdtCollege, M t J i M M n A *jjiii»let-at JeSe i sPa , - Uii^^^i^jLtll-Aprife.. IU corj»«quene« o t the proposed redfwtion of wages Wter rthe hoirdays, one ' thouiand ic«n-workers-ai-*HjetBe]"d t Engjaad,- h»»*, stFuolt. . - ', V E ~ _ ~ - - - ' • ' ' a S P p M A t g o y r / a ^ b ^ e a u w o a 3 t t j JJUU^- hprgTtapr.'tqs'rMs I g t At Osgepjaj r a a i i f l y ) b y {3111 ng ;'rom a l a r , : a g l tBb.tn^lii pr.^Hijj - OMrBira'.. 3 ! i a r ^ j » g f i e f a m v W g » i a S k r a t - S p r i n g - - ^ e j . 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J O H N C R O N I K , th»ee year* o l d , w e s i b o t i u t h o h « a i - * . f t ' w d w i ag't>i i*iosb»q'^bJr l i enr 'y . :J l l ckey , i« l eve ir years o ld , and .d ied i e g e r , - a t tacked -Pie«e»Hiit i Q s b r i e J - L e e j . la ther and s o n , w^UioutproTocalfop^ Several shots w e r t f l r e d b y T h * a i e g e « , on<r oiTwhich wounded Babri^l-Iie*) -Whereupeo (be e l d e r t i e fired:at-William L e g e r v 4 u i l B g *id»- In- stantlyi -James then m a d e Iris escape. T h e Mtxt^fly h e was'shoOTy ail o f f i t er -^ht l e 7 ^- ' s i t t ing arrest. .Ben' W r ^ h t , from some old when^ the office™ u n d e r t o o k t o r s i r t s t W i a y treflred u p o n t h e r a j i n d was shot by an offi. c e r . i n the h a c k of b i s nead.. T&.wasj-Iytag. T»t iSUtervil le i n a d y i n g condit ion 'at l a i t acconnts . Wright , w h o W M Beaten b y . S a l s - bury, w a s " e x p e a t e d t o d ie . T E „ * L ' , \ : \ A HKHUU. ( k p n t a c a j apec iaL . s a y s : " F a t h e r Q e n i n ^arrived, a t U a r r g V - R i T e e Sunday, and re | iurUid. lu RjrLBe'nlutt , -by -messenger, t h a t S i t t lDf B a l l bad creesedrthe- Ijne anil c a m p e d at Bear Paw Mountain* with a large fu i cc ef B l e n t and Ncs Parac i burning the p'ralrtes «p'nth of Bear P a w , and that. JSttting Bui L i s on Miles' batt le- ground, and h a s been jo'ined.by I<one D e e r ' s baivd of sevehfy-f ive lodges ." - ' — T a B ' i S B o S i w a r e riora"T«mf)>rlHSOWn7 for many' y e a r s j » _ t h e " Queim of the TMttA. died a t the . farm of A . Welch , a t -Che*tnut Hl lr;"irjr ig 'Fhl lgrls 'phla , a feiv d^ys ago , a^ed th ir ty . two years. T h e las t . t ime .Flora T e m p l e a p p e a r e d i n . p n b l i c w a s , w h e o Gen- eral ^ r a n t r e v i e w e d the_tr-Otters at Duboia tracki^HaflT'Tv'FjtBti *S«w Y w i jFor the. i f e r ^ e i r s ? l a r i ta i~bet tU g i a i f i i a n j - ^T wait int: away , and , was treatedje indly to. a i ox-stall and. e v e r y c o m f o r t s E K V . G I O B Q X Fox. BgYMOPB. D . P. ,"who has' just b e e n e l ec ted Bishop, of the Spr ing- field. (111.) D i o c e s e , was born in N e w Y o r k C i t y j n 1829. H i » T a t h e r w t s Isaac K . - S i p monr, w h o was for m s n y years Treasurer of e and Hndson; Csoa l C o m p a n y . Seymour eomnfenced h i s classical educat ion, at . the grammar school of Columbia C o l l f j * arid w u graduated from that Ins t i tu t ion i n 1850. H e «ias urdained pr ie s t b y B i s h o p Potter, in S e p t e m b e r , 1 8 « ; h i j been - submit ted for probate. . I n addi- t ion t"< private- legacies i t con ta ins 4he.fol; :1140,000, o l Which *10e,W0 jureE - toJl i e i - p e n a e d i n the erect ion of a b n i l d i o g t o Ixj c a M A " % ! V C T , a a U / ' - « ' g ^ . f o r h ^ ) i b T a r y ; ' — * " " " ^ nnreatricjUd r^to \hi I f e t ton >«pU*],; |10,(X»; Bos ton Port Aid- S o c i e t y , L h l l u r e ^ t " ' I t t s - i iop , ,Prvv ide>t ; Assoc ia t ion , H o o s e - o ^ t h t GoodSainar i tan , M e w . E n g t a a d l l l s t o r i c . a n a Viefieaioi iWl. Soc i e ty 1. G e n e r a l Theolog ica l l . ihrary rfiid Y n n n g y e n ' s Chris t ian t jateaj THB jwujr'.wno w t U Wm j;on—The-bliadman. . "0"-~ :-^." . 'How to make a cattish—2e*Yr'lm iione in a room #lth an a4<»rif^ei. - Boo Jr^ R seek to blend oil aad ,.<jr tire anil water,, than, love 1 Tag noatr-lBdicrcHM «pi»pk w«: met with, is to be found at- Ptiwaay W^ Bedfordtiiire. It run/ in thJa wiae,: , ' .¾. • Bz who drrt;E is-like a jnt'rr whn niiiTfliaJjjHsW " without window* for fear of11j£ti»iijg. - times are so baTd la sen* Mft» _ _ _ ~ - - West'that'the'cleHTTBWa •»•* K X I M B E R 2 2 - 4 ^ 1 1 ^ *i»ey wai iwry.ioik»ii»aHSr«>i ' W*£ are always clever with, tbpae wks v' imseiue we tliink as they do. To b» shallow you mubt difier'with pe<Sptt';"tor ' be profound yoii must agree with tikeas.: A CHUMKofwIsdoio from Joek"BiIk ings: "Ilon't despise ypur: poor wte'E; tibDs,^ They might get rich "pome-tiBis), ! Tenneasee Mmrderer Executed. , - ^ h o ' e x e s a t i o u of J . . A , H B i > t , the .wife murderer , i n t h e l i t t l e ! v i l l a g e o r H a d i s o u - v i l l e , Tennessee ; Was tfarbaeed to' v i j f o e u t h e l a t l * e t i a thp W-sgedy w h i c h bega^^rith' m u r d e r a n d ended With'its « x r i a t i o n . E ? h e ^•ttaJKL^iffP^^r^'^^H-'Isg- duappmrrtmept e t a large nnmr>er.ol'«rgriir e x e c u t i o n h a d b e t a ' f i x e d * o r i » o « r n b e r ^ l l t J j " i k „ ^ 7 * ' ^ r . i ^ v . ' ^ - ^ w . ^ r.^ « « i . T ^ . b u t th*-prisoii¥r'WIs resp i ted u a t j l . D e c e r n , ' a f d t h e n , i t w o u l d be. s o h X r d t o « x p t o l a - tL. . I * ^ M . » » » « « . D A * ( » » . u a . T » ^ ^ . t« - t h i n g s / " . . . - :—- - ' —• ^tHlVeditorEofa *liild'.* p»p>r i alette/ frgra aEady fubscribiir recently in "which—was" written: "Our Aamti . died last week, after Tead inf..tke Its*. - nuiqbieijof ydur valuWble papir,".-•'".-• - ..„ ITwElfs-Y-o^ E fpeehtnen were Vif-'1 pjBrJdedfrom an English college because. a pfolessbr couldVt.tind out>ho placed a ten-ounce tack-.tpjiils chair.. He, ho>w- ^Ver/Sn^ ew all a"W?st irgo sat down en Jtr^ sew*, , w h o - c a m e ih that day-, t o wi tness t s j £ e c t a o e / B u n t l a n s h e d hear t i ly a t t' c r o w d , b e i n g cheate«;- tqf the" ant ic ipated h _ . .,-* -7 -- . . s c e n t t * K n b e - r e e e i r e d nor ice o f t 6 e r g - - j ^ t e l s t e e , sp i te , b u t b e a m 'n i t ' s | * l n d U a p p o i n t t h e m , t h o u g h h e - t r i e d b a r d . . t o d o s o , .• ' H o n d a y n ight , j u s t W o r e t w e l v e o'c lock, t h e guard's atUjntion w a s ca l l ed . ' to t h e ^ r i s s n e r b y bin s tertorous breath ing , aniLon inves t iga t ion of the cause d i s c o v e i e d ht-had attempted- ta lb ide by. taj i ieg-poiapn. : T w o p h y s i c i a n s Were ca l l ed , a n e n e t i c w a s g i v e n , revea l in jra large dote of m e d i c i a v ^ U e was* j L g p P T o l tho^oi lowi i igEdftcument has been furnUhedT>y t h e - B a p a r t a r e c t r f 8tat«i on iptsfeation^t1^' adelpfa'ia ;Mi n t ; . i E 6TATa.Jt«T'i. 18¾ " , v " H « » U « » t b « V j d i o t - . - - . • - . . •- Ufa OiMSef, •— "* *' '. l Orrat-nltt» of Burke, cosqAnryi - - Callei^the fiubMme..,. - ~ - • jshe was *•' "^"Burf; i<u.loii»tc, »sd de*]df jeUtJoosj. E i l l i o i l i e ^dt«tWn^«rVlSw>rti- -" S - A ud (t-nT wreral bietiirei to 1 he EspcsUioo. - — # h e * M ^cttcwHla «9 L i d ^ JMKM. . . •- ". - ,*i4<rfju^litiMTajigd&tto( He»»«n." E . T U B ' P e t e n ^ t ^ r f Sun,,.*inta-io. k r i o i T -^Wjj'at jo t h e ' u s e o f » t e a c h e r w h o iov't • ?V-'-i" Ami nnw- b a g - . - t h i D 9n*-ttTfz5? . EnSsiitja t h a t J E t f r y W t t . b j B J g a i i e t - I i ^ y ^ . " o F T a w ^ n i a k c n u i E t b a .woj l3rrt fe )ce i» -." , . - . „ . . .In w h i c h w e r e t h e i r S i i e a k e r T i e T n i t n w h o i a n ^ e x p e c t e d " " = s e a t e d B l w i f f .Warreu ' , -"tw«Bfepfrara»d^- ^ j ^ g y ^ ^ ° J r ^ J i S ^ E ^ ^ y ? „ brottrer in j a y -of. A*'- -Conde innSI , t J i E - ' i r ^ J - . . . ' ' "^E"'" -.'" S ' ^ : " ; ~ . ~ . k « p t a w a k e t y great exert ion a n d b y t h e a id f o f s t i inu lao t i , a n d . recovered «0 a i t o c o n - , v « a e c o h 6 r e i i U y . " . - - " i . . •'--."—^ : - -^. ; . © u r i n g ^ t h e m o r n i n g t h e -pr i soner w a s v i s i t e d b y a large n n i t e r o f fr iends and l * < » M v e s . _ T h « p i t t t i n g - w i t h h i s brothers . a h d E s ^ a o t r e r W M n i o i r a f l V e H n g . t b o O g b * n o t a s pr iva te at"<ei ire4, . T h e y bad vis ited- t b g - ' v j t o a e r t h e n i c h t , p r e r i 6 a a , n i n d o n e o r "triri-otherffffntshed. - t h e . p o i s o n , i t is' ; $ S ^ e ^ s a o h ; *o.. t h ^ •Training S c h o o l for. j i u r s r f j ^ a i ^ n . a i i o r t h e - ^ o h f e t i e t i t l E f c treat f o r T h l ^ n s I u e , e a o S ~ ^ a u m id g,&id" Vr'- i iVin * i , . „ i * r e E e r ^ i . » L ^ t j t • ! , . : " ^ f h E i ^ r m t . i . i j n K ' T J fi i- t . i , . , - fA. At-12:8Q -the, monrhf t t l - cor te<» tert the. t t , t a » - t g r m i a a u o a o i , t a r - t r u s f i a r - . n b p f . , , £ . .«<™s7irif-nenutin*. H i m t - - _^_r_. . Hunt n*. I riding- In -» '^jand w a g o n r ^ n w h i c h w e f e : e d " "" '* • - - - • ^ . e i t h e r a i d a - a i a r c k e d a s t r o u g e u a j d r e n e o f D » r « 9 t w - ^ t 4 f i * - f b i f c ^ r b o m w a s C'emV D w l s , - , t h a . J a t h t t - i i l . t h i e , m ordered . wife."; T h e , gtaiexs T f a s ^ a ~ i u < t ^ a f f t i r - g w p . ;ugrStntJ^and 4he t n i d i t i o n a i - l f * * * t f t t t g * " . EW?i mrectorul s t tat t , ' ."^Sa^-In • ccjnseBugi.ee. yt thy r e p r e y n t y t l e i r i f a i i i a~"Diw[cti>»Ei>r the^BaakTofpHie" Uni ted 8 tateaE that «onti3erabl<l"pur6hss<ss p o r t a t i o n s w d l be m a d * , t h e E f i S i d C T t r d i i 1 recta that all s i lver to be-cpine^Vt the m i n t shal l be of sinalVaeno'mlhati^naj SO that-Ult- J v a l u e o f the largest p i e c e s shall n o t exceed: h a i i a d o l l a r ^ - ' .." E . ^ W a ^ E " ' • E-v•_..;}' _ -; : - . ' E , . . - '^ .^"• 'MAJ' iWJ-Ni ' I i . •$%£ J&md*£A2frW1AlL = ^ TOTA&^fnssian l e t s by t h e w a r to Decem - ber 20 ,1^ , - (12 , ' ' •• ' -•• ->-:-• . . v ' - ^ i . . • •- -¾. CoKst^MTLNOfIK' d i s p a t c h says. H i s . 4 e S f a r e d jfhcTPor'tis. i » 3eJer inf i ]^t«E«rryE3h th(LH«r > t h e l a s f cxtrrtnity "ihbuld t h e r e - 4 u e s U o r _ ^ i i i a t i o n fsilc-E^'''"' • E E . . ' ' " • E T S E # t . Peten ib i j i r3^5o«^ M m o u n e t s that Geheriil ^ o d l e b e a 4 a s been agpo iutednoin- i n a o d e r - p f .^thB^ A r m y <rf^Bu»t«buk,. wit^" Prjnc»4«rierltjnsJtyas h i s c y e f T b f S^iff.- -'• ^ 1 1 4 Sus l I» t f«~o .n : Friday-EerosvdL^{he filver; J j j m t a n d - i h e Cossack* h a w c u t J h e railroad to V a r n a , ! i < t b ; a t - a i ^ h u t U com-' p le l? ly snrrQBnded.-Tfa.riyTnrkshaveLjteen'" e ^ t u r e u £ n - r c t r j ! a t E , . E E ' " . - i - - ^ • C : T n a s n o w s t o r m , w h i c h , c p m a e n c e d f p Decanjhcr 1«, ia .Bi i lgar i» and JRouaaniahas ,l>ejn unasuaj iy V g s c e , Und i t l^feared t h a t ^bundrtdr oi- x u r a i s n ; pr i soners 'snd.-Rus- S laos i troops-caught^n- the rnarc¥~fiive.i iep- i'th^d'. Of a c b n r o y o v e r w h e l m e d a t Cotro- cehH- a; suburb- ef -BuajMHit , f o r t y - h w s e * and.~twei)ty-pine- men w e r c J r s i e n to death. IftTBR orders- to" th$;iSritis'hE"navy-yart. gfU'dge, and s h o w n n w p h t e d haste Tor" l a s , preparat ion of.. w a r J U u p a , anjt.jrVoE.at'ipii ( n f t e t t t - ' T h r A<}aiirmlityE h svc "oroE - X f t e r h a n g i n g twent jb teveh m i n n t e i the body * * » t a k e n d o w i - a n d j i r t n ' t * ' h i a • brother for bur ia l . ; .- , " *~ . - • •"'••--. . E J - - v '••'!t"-''. ^ - - ' E . ^ •, Lou of Utt~itil(*w 'Tbrk tirtr. ' " ^ i n * i p 1 o t t o h , ' l m s i « H * t e l y ' f o f l o w e a i t y .' fire, - O o c u r r e d ' - a t v l v e : m i n u t e * p a s t - f i v e o'clock * n (he afternoon Hi Bccemo>r-M, in the imwi'enie candy maB-qfaciory 01- field * Scnij, N o . 63. ^ a r c l a y Si ^ . . - . tear ing airayHhe e h t i r t Jrant a a d tcttttefing"' :-»h« w r e c k i n a l l d i r e e t l a n s . _ • ' « • . ' - • A l a i $ e nnmbfr . of g i r l s -of all ages-were. e m p l o y e d at the t ime in t h e boUdibif. The waf lT f e t f w i th in i aew.-minu'tes..nrter-tfte- exp laakm. A- po l iaeman w i o - w a s on duty - rtiear the ' b a i l d i n g r . » a y * h v » « w t h e fryaMft t h e ' b t i l d i h g , fiviSMrieshigb, f o i U » t o ; t h e 'street. ' - • - . ' ' — .Kifty-i ixjeouhde'd and otfedeai ( l*e 're ijt-' p o M t d at the Ghambess Bt'reet H o s p i t a l a t 6 1 ¾ a i c lo fk ; A a i m b e r w e r e also- ' tent t o Bel tevuc-and other h o a n i t a i t . . I t i s es t imated ered the iroh-ctads. J fecar l ih^ ^Jtelaon and . N o r t h a a p t p n -into iommisisj'on s t t h e 'earl iest -possible m o m e n t —three of the finest s h i p s in "the; n a v y ; a l i o t the guns f o r t h t l o f f c x i b t e E n o w be ing cioTly m a d e 1 , - ^ has tened . \ . '_.'*' T H E effort of ,the P o t t e to_obtaiui.he medi- at ion hi the other p o w e r s is repart fd as a that ip* total fa i lure , and Russia, is prepar ing for s a,, second campaign . A l r e a d y o ^ e r i for ^he ., . m p K i T l w i n n ' ^ f n ^ y a d d i t i o n battal ions have b e e a issued." A general advance of the" B n i s l a n armies has begun . H e n c e England' m a s ^ eitherEdesert-her o l d al l ies a l together or provideth'e .jrinewfc of war'aifc 'on^ie afld" take U x g f l u l d j B herEsupuiirl.^ f f C m bbtB Bussi»_ap.d Turkey c o m e reports s i n k i n g a probahHity of another desperate campaign. fwd ffffe EBuidwTBM Vij tke Death PewtHy;' V a n Dyke'was' hanget | -on Decc tnbef 21, at Onrt«7rrj«r.,-¥51for the mufderofUiis^wHe at Ogdrtisburg, in J u l y l a s t ' ThatDiOrn.ing^e w i tnes sed through the W i n d o w - t i e . trial of thegsHows^wjth -h i» e o g B a f t w ^ f e e V a w a j t . , ^ . . At S iJa ig fr t he ' s e s m e d - o h e e r i u r s f i ^ • j T ^ f F ' " " ? "'**'• «ra-minrt»« c o » c c r n e d 7 b n t a t . n o o n t l i ' c t taybfh i s e x e c a ' has increased to^twenty^two, Hoi. w a s . n i n c h depressed , and frequently ~ *~ "" ""— s h e d v t c s r s . . H e reiterated -bit innpeenee,- - bronght to the- waf-. t T 2 . - 3 f l . y a V T ) ^ f o l d . j » i t h h i s arms p i n i o n e d , and, when askecfif h e had any r t m a r k s t o m a k e , spoke a j f o l l o w s : " I wrfl^speak a. f e w w o r d s to t h e s e , s e n d e m e n . O n o and-*11 , e l d - and. ¾oung, beware of bad -company and l iquor, leware of bad c o m n a u y , for i t leads to someth ing worse. May God h a v e m e r c y o n m y <lear-»oifl.:' I am n o t - g u i l t y y b u t a m n o t niraid to m e e t m y God th i s a f ternoon ." After ^ . short prayer^ t h e n o o s e was-ad-. jus ted at 12:42, and half 'a m i n u t e l a t e r the drop fell.- -Van' D y k e breathed heav i l y for • - - a n Jd. at 12:57 THE he l l ers of the eat meal m a n u f a c t o r y - o v e r ' o n e - m i n u t e , n . t 12:57 was .pro- of 8t«irart-<k Douglas , a t C e r U r f t a - t d s , . "oauced dead. V a n D y k e _ w a a l u U i i i n * t « 5 T » — \ n _ . t v _ „ ,> , , . n i t ^ ^ ^ K ^ ^ ! years of sge' and o n l y one w e e k m a r r i e d Iowa.. > a n t . t h e : other . n t o t ^ s ^ s ^ s j t j ^ ^ , '.. __ v J?, , , k h , „ , v . w „ „ i „ , - „ . ^ 1 . . . , )»artt .o^cTeck, destroys; house, and , " o u t for'ty l'eet 0 ing . P i ece s of w e r e b l o w n blocks able. .terpose her good offices, since the Port* is 1 ready .to come to terms. -TThi country Is not at. the end of its resources, and is still prepares to fight in.its own defense. i t is ready, moreover, to sacrifice all for the independence and. integrity of tiro Fatherland, but the l'otte-isdtsinous to atop .the further effusion fc{ blood,-and therefore appeals toit&aiflMsi^t of jus-J-ninc not stop a performance for the best man liyjng. Mr. Fordls aTgWHSFf ' ' : l . ,L. V * " : E . : : - V :..-.'' NEVADA does_seepi to • bo made of "sterner stuff" than other _^ jnj>rtam eurs. Last week onefell down 1» ninety- five foot shafts-struck with emphasis hard rock, lived sixteen days wi ' food or water, was taken out af time and imftied.iateiy^ ran down tally destroyed a rat tnat^ presi^ much* on appearnnceSTatiU rathef too near the- sjckty gOiiuiiLiAia^ r . r V :,-: ;..j ^ t U w i i l S L k u i B i .-^- - : ,« . - , .T : it'hen h e ki l led htBwife . B e claimed last . , . . . . bt that J o h n Claffey, a firmerTTisa- ' t b e J m i W i q g . uced the girl , and gave h i m T w e n t y f i v e . — T h e toaa- ^ n l U r s / t o miiyy her. • H e w a s W r n jst | J e d i a t where M s father I lvct w i th n tr lOtherfs sister, and h i s m o t h e r i s - l i v i n g 1th another man. N i g h t before last e . p a s t e d in s i n g i n g - e w s i o 'sohgt, c log n c i n g a n d s m o k i n g . Van D y k e to ld the eriff he wanted to hv h u n g at e leven l o c k , s o M toT>ein h e l l for d inner . B e - tty , w h e n the c l e r g y m e n l e f t h im, h e ea a coup e of h a n d spr ings , and bring- u p wi th a c ircus pose , s h o u t e d after / ' W h a t d o y o u s a y r " j f f i « H t J « r . . t h e , # c e B % ; i f - . t crpss-Malfi«r amfe=e*eS(e# M - o o u t t - h o u s e s =abei ironrripi rronrnpn 0 t - a - h a l h r .V-tiiB^jdea ^."-.oomi^ngE.inaft,-tSi. a :warnt4&efa»My origJaSkdJ^ i f e i f i » ^ -that/if a-MLOjauai finds on^ofHlre'Tatter '• crawling nearE-herE eLa jii t tjispoiOfL to H u n t , e f t t a h m d imperturbable , ^after h i s . arrivaf at" the ga l l ows and_dnr lngvtbe relig- i o u s - s e r v i c e s , s a i d n o t h i n g ^ b e i n g l l ' A c e p i r - blyf u n d e r the influence of the j to ison, s i s ter . ^Il is la s t words ^Were^a. w h i s p e r e d message, to t h e jai ler's wi fe , a^knowltdgLng. her k i n d n e s s . . •"• . ..' E- ' " * 7 E " A t l :40. o' jJock the" b lack cap and, rope werenMijested^ the p r i i i o n e r s o - w « k a s to require s u p p o r t s t t imes , apf l t w o m i n u t e s . J a t e r ' t h e u n f o r t u n r ' - - " - - - - - -*••—•-- =- j t t o n g ^ i e i t h e r ' ^ q u i r t l ^ i e s p o i i d e . d ( h e . . y o u n g Brother . L . ^ , ; • .1,.' E > - " • W a i c u P r e s i d e n t "wore t h e b i g g e s t hatTJ. 'a i iked^-aJforinnl S c l i ' o o l ' g i r l - o r e j s - ^ . S t a t e I S r e s i u r c r Mit'ckey t h e - o t h e i r e v e * - . g. B o b g u e s s e d s e v e r a l t i m e » » « D S i i e - ; . t h ^ a t r ^ a n d r f e a t h s o o n J o l l o w i ^ ^ m e f e ^ g f i ^ a n d U - 2 ^ = . ^ . . ^ . . . . ^ ^ , ^ , ^ l a T f r ^ W B v ' t h e . O T i c r . t k s t F a d t h e b t e -iS d": ~'LWByE ' the.OTicr.tkst h i g g e ^ t . h e ^ d E t o . i w B U T e . ' E E , ; . ' : ' ' , . ^ - - . . . . "« W n z i H i e w a s tfy^oog m a n h e - f u « h e S - 4nto .Va b w a i n g b f i l i < H p g ; : n n a y g a l l a n t l r - : d r a g g e d T ^ e r o u t b y t h e h a l f oj^'&er h e a d . T b e y j v c r e m a r r i e d t h e n e x t w i i > t e r , j « d , n o w s l S r n s h e s i n - a n d d r a g s b i m . o u t . b v Jhe h i u r o£-tbe- h e a d w h e n e v e r s h e - f e e u i .' 4 i k e 4 t , - - S u e l i - i s trite lovje. to C o l l e g e p l a c e d Tfie"- b o i l e r ' burst, c o r r « | X J B d e » : o f - t h e i l a u ^ b O n y i H « . ( K y , > _ _ - ^y t h e w o n n d e d w i l l reach o n e hundred rtni tWSRty-flve. B u t f ew escaped-nn in i l i red . 1¾ Greenfield, , the"o»n er ofE^ie factory , ' oou I £ g t v e n o Idea of how oa^iny were i n ' i h e bu i ld ing a t t h e t ime~of t h e e x p t o s i e n , i > u t . tbongbt . . about o n e h u n d r e d - » n d ten.- Of these , about fifty escaped by . t h e . College" p l s « f ehtra'irV. and a smal l n u m b e r got o'u"t ' thrBuJh Ore s k y - l i g h t s , - w a l k e i d v e r - ^ s h e ^ ' r o o t t j u i a ^ g o t - d o w n th»--*byd_ights o f o ther -b'uihtrtgsT " The-greates t . sacr i f i e s -o f l i f e was among--SFltk JaWltBt•pwrfcof nnnlrnilPt^laflir. \ ^ n g g t r l ^ m a h y ^ f ^ b o K n T ^ ^ ^ ^ S f f ^ e ^ S f i S . ; '. to . f ifteen years, were;, e m p l o y e d i n se l lmgf - • • ' - - - '-• t b e j r o u n gf ls, mahy-.of w h o p , .to' ' e l assort ing s b d pacXing c a n d i e s o n the first floor; b v e r t h e boiler, wfi loh w a s s i tuated in . tEe"teem'enj""at t h e t c t r e n d of the Barc lay g t r e e t w i n g of the bnildiuif. a n d a p t u n d e r t h t t s i d t w a l k , J U at -first reported . N o n e of. these are k n o w n to h a v e e scaped . . •- T h * book-keeper , who-Tfaa o h the Bar- s ide of the b u i l d i n g , w a s b l o w n <H clay.Street I o u t t h r o j u h a w i n d o w in to Badly c u t on, the h {.ad. . - .-"Several j u m p e d from t h e . s econd story; ^ s d ^ e s e t p e d w i i h - s l i g h t . i n j n r i e S j t h e i r T f a j l U e i q g b r o k e n b y po l i ee ihen a n d c i t i zens on -the s i d e w a l k beluw. . — * AMlltaal tTOK. the New York fire; ' Ob t h e day after the _Ba<clay 8trce .n ire t h e - t n i n s w e r e s t l H t b o - b o t to adfnit Tif e i a m i o k t i o n . T h e 4 a h r t t o n t h e Street re- TcsltdtWa.'dead bodfra n,f p t u r n h y — n n £ A t a * n e w s b o y ; and m o s t c a r e f u L i n i . tha t at l e a s t e i g n t e m p l o y e e s . w e r e mis s ing , teavlng .no d o u b t that t e n •• persons were k i l l ed , i f hpt more. "This i -howover , is a ' t tmate=tfaaaiwas a t fi rst The u u m b e i t t - w o n n d t d s b m e o f t h e m a a n g e r b o s l y . . I t r i s n o w - f o u n d - t t . s t the t o i l e r s d id B O t e x p l o d e i E T h e y j r a a l l i n t e c t , i n i i . f t e m i i i e of the e x p l o s i o n i a - a rn^ "Ury, Greenfield rec'enJtly c e a s e d u s i n g gas,' a n d u s e d kerosene , of whiclw. there "weresevera l barrels i n t h e b u i l d i n g . Some Jbejieyejd^that kerosene bad caused tEe trouble . O t h e r p e o p l e asserted that-frT the preparat ion of some k i n d s of confec t ionery , substance* were employed; w h i c h . m j g h t e x - p l o d e . The m a n u f a c t u r e r s ; - h o # e r # , d e n y thi t . A n o t h e r theory w o t that , t h e firm was u s i n g a s t eam c h w h i c h i candyDf -urft on t h e cheat had p r o v e d t o o great for i ts s trength , S t i # . another o n e w a s tha t a gas n ipe-had buVst, I t w a s cer ta in that i m - m e d i a t e l y after ( h e e x p l o s i o n , flames filled JAL~ property, i s : | i 2 ^ 0 W ; s u r a n e e , 1334,600. a»-^jtuoh4as»-pver-it aohe.^oea,- E Sarcr her first beatt.r.-EEvE—,.....^., ^ * jitFrhT,Fcf'MF i^^ ' woman7w'lB^tf*'---^. jn f^-at a young jaotberli"' awkwardseea," vrittfJicrJnfant, ind said: " I declare JrE_ woman never bughfetoJiis^iiiaby un- •A •A :4 .¾¾ "5 -g;nr<r/flrat^Tir-y)tjnn'g. u i a u ' w i t l i ' b i a . o u t a t t h e c i t w i n o o w w e l i t . t o k i s s n i s _ ^randmotlj ,b .r g o o d - b y e . . a n d t h e t r a i n ; . " . p u l l e d o u t _ s o f a s t . t b a t - h e i i i < i e d . a n "old n e g r o w o m a n a t l h e n e x t s ta t ion . . .'•" '- r A t r r r L B - j i v e - y e a r 'old g i i r l ^ a i . b g e n ' " - . b a n i s h e d t o - t ^ B - h a l l r forVdi i ib»pd ience . . . : P r e s e n t l y a" c u r i o u s . B tamping-JaL l i t t l e - E i e e t : w a g . h e a r d t i i ere , f o l l o w e a . b y . a . w r e m g l o i y k n o c k a t t h e , d o o i j i y I f t t l t " J n g e r s . '." W h o ' s v t h e r e ?" w a s ] a s k e d . - ^ ¾ ¾ ] " E \ v j t s "Ahe . s'to.ut r^jyyEf"rOTn..thev :ha l l - ' l H e _ K a n t a - t o turn ' r ight ' i i fT ' t txv '"I for;ite told'!" j '-•- - THE MfiW t u Y . " --r-^.E '".-- . W h t t t h e great mm wtitboglaa EwtaDame, -Xh»llngcrlDgstansj»'twtitlyii« io-flrglitj Vortfayi triumphant, overthrows the^ijuU. • ^ n n v t ; thn llyhu tha tu t toMrf fUJIecsa» le T^njm: mooa rcttrrtlri-iiMdtu Bhsj&e^—'-—- Ahd all the «lc, from roaeate-hclght to height, QuiTCH-wtth vlcfcsof birds that talco the light Pale surs,- «in(fOmed by this dawn of tbtne; Ike nlgbt anti fftoom. and griff hare lmscd as And jet-ihy-bllfs I reariocall it ralnti, " -v, : ^ l « i f r e s h foea.ti»rkwith unfercietn dlaiuryi - - —ImiMt Cfmilrr jSoulum, 77~Gibr M r . M e r i d e n h s i : f o r t y - t i r e e ^ y e a j s , w h e n h i s w i f e d i e d l » t .^, w e e k . H e . d i d n ^ r a p p t a r . . t o m i s s . n w v a r y m u c h ^ u n t i l . . b e d t i m e , w h e n H e satr - d o w B . a n d s t u c k o u t h i s f o o t f o r s o m e - - b o d y t o com'e j fnd p u l l o f f h j s b o o t . A n d . t h c n r w h e n h i s S o n - I n - l a i t c o l d l y Jhan d e d . . h i m t h e b o o t j a c k , t h e f a l l w e i g h t o f " the J f r e p a r a b l e luro h e 'had . s u y t a i i i t d b r e k e . u p o f i t h e o l d riian, i"ud "he g a v e w t f y . t d a flood o l t e a r s . A s for t h e b o o t j a c k , i t . -LhadEbeeh s o l o n g (ritirp-hti^htifl ' b e d i d n ' t k n o w h o w t o use- i t . - E B A B B I E ' R ' E , t h e Fre -nch d r a m a t i s t , o n e c S e ' c i d c d ' t d k i l l h i m s e l f , l n a r W - f t i t i receive is dying wishes!; Thtf-friend did not. iitteinpt'to dissuade him, but calmly jotted^krtWfi the- dyi«^ Avithea '^^ ren, while Datriere waa^writing s-farewell letter, took'uptiie pistoj. and began ex- amining- i t It "was cocked • and the Tnrreile^ WHs -pmntwrg---tHrectly t^t T?*l^ Tiere.-- The .intendisg. *tHcTdb:^ uclsM undet-th^table with remarkable agility, crying:" <rXock out! The thing is loaded! You'll bo shooting me Jthe first thing you-know." .. '"HE is_not handsome, but he has sueh a pleasant.way that one cannot help Irk- ing'.him," is a remark often wade co«- Lr-rl •' E.s ' ' ^ s t eam cheat for s u p e r h e a t e d s t e a m r - c e r o t n g s o m e p o b u l a r m a n . A n d t h e r e s «n ip loJ f** in t h e preparat ion of - a - r l t o u s a S p r e t t y , e n g a g i n g I t t le . t a certa in krn_d, a n d that the press- * • _ , , , , , , , „ . i , ' i ^ L t ' M SUrtllng Disclosures of a Tillatn. - ^ t A ; g a n g o j l r i v e r th ieves , r e s i d i n g i n JJor- eiiry Norfolk, for t h e murder-.of h i s l r f f e of May, was h a n g e d a t A n n a p o l i s , December ,21, s h o r t l y after e l even U la- th^^wl yard . N o r f o l k sngagMI iglous exerc i se s w l f h t w o c lergymen members' of thc-Chri i t ian Assotfration 1 midnight , w h e n h e - w e n t t o s l e e p , r e t u m - g' h i s deyotiOVi at four o"'clock. and cou- n n l n g ' h i ; devot ions unt i l alter eight c lock, when .b teakfas t was served . Wheir the scaffold h e covered h is eyes , sob- the ad ly . _ H e t b e n - s U p p e d to I. rail, and made a brief adefress, say- : •' I am here to hang for t h e m u r d e r of w l f e . b u t m y s ins are forgiven, and, thank !, I am go ing t o g t i r y . I h a v e ga ined rcnitaalon o f ^ h y - c r i m e s t g o o d friends, I feeTTfiat w h « s a l i f e " l e a v e s m y botfy - .Saytqrwill t a k e m y soul h o m e with h im. m going home to g l o r y ; g lory in h e a v e n ; gaod-by all ." H e nekt thankeft h i s conn- : sayltrg t h e y had b e e n l i k e brothers' t o , The Sheriff t h e n s p i n i o n e d the p ^ t - r, who r c r > e a t e d l y t h o u t o d , j ; t 3 o o d - b y e " • h e crowd. • W h r t t h e . t rap w a s sprung rape s l ipped , arid Nbrfo lk was strangled ith.. ' * . f o l k ' a n a Portsmouth , -Virg ln ia j h «1 w h o s i n a m e s are Linn- S o Is man , R o b e r t . Craft, C o r n e l i u s J e n k i n s and Jc h'n Taylor , -were ejtptured an.i brought be fore t h e M a y o r o f j B i c h m o n d , V s A recent y ; o n t h e charge of c o m m i t t i n g piracies on v e s s e l s in t « $ har- bor, s e t t i n g fire to Inhabi ted houses , rob- benetj-jtrttig v e s s e l v « n d y o « K n i t t i n g t i e p r e - dat ions genera l ly . - pne -of lET'p f t tyVlS ir t imawr- frbm- iT i ! E lmira , - turned-. State's s v u l e n c a nml mnda. a s tart l ing revelat ion .of the operat ions of the •gafig. w i t h i n the .Us> few m o n t h s , and g a v e « de ta i l ed s t a t e m e n t of t h e m a n n e r in which tn i r t e fn v e s s e l s , ly ing in t h e h a r b d r , h « d b e e n - boarded, the t r e w s m a n a c l e d , and the ves- i t l i p l u a d e r w l ami t h e u hurued . H e de- scr ibed h o w - t h o c l i o o n e r L u c y " A , ! > b o u n d to a Nor thern -«brt w a s des iroyed , after w h i c h " t l i r ' m e n 7 pmag^eit and ourireir-ff sash a r i d ' b l i n d factory i n the c i t y o f N o r - fo k. H e also-test i f ied as t o t h e burn ing of a'; n u m b e r ; s L i u i l d r r g s in t b e - T i l l a s e o f ICST N o r f o ' s , w a y s w h i c h e v e r y p e r s o n , m a y p u t o a w i t h o u t r u n n i n g s t h e r i s k o f b e i n g d & m e d L a f f e c t c d or f o p p i s h . T h e s w e e t s m i i c , t h e c o r d i a l 1K>W,' t h e e i i r n c * m e n L i n a d d r e s s i n g a f r i e n d ! . t h e i n q » l r - - i n g g l a n c e , t h e g r a c e f u l a t t e n t i o n w h i c h i s s o c a p t i v a t i n g w h e n u n i t e d w i t h s e l l - pos se s i s jon , ' these w i l l i n s u p e u s t h e g o o d r e g a r d s o f e v e n a c h u r l , . , ( K y . ) Y^tMn: ' S a m . a b u l F R A N K F O K T L i t s c h e r . o r d e r e d l l d o g f r o m C u t c i n n a t i . E T t wits s e n t b y ? x p r e # * i n * l a r g e b o x , a n d . c h a i n e d i n s i d e . S o m e - w h e r e o n t h e K e j i t u o k y C e n t r a l t h e d o g b r o k e t h e c h a i n , Rtid g n a w e d " o u t o f t h e w o o d e n p r i s o n . 4 a ^ 0 0 1 1 ^ ^ c ^ ' ^ ^ h e , I h v n t ^ n p ' t w ; fTprpwi a g e n t a n d . w e n t f o n h i m . T h e a g e n t r g n ' t h w i e or• ton1 t i m e s a r o u n t l t h e ' c a r , arf(r"fiftally"wrt« f o r c e d t o d r a w his 1 r e v o l v e r , a n d p u t i t s c o n t e n t s i n t t a r ' l i v e p a c k a g e H e "brought t b « c a r c a s s h e r e a n d d e l i v e r e d It i n h a d - o t d q r t o M r . L u s c b e r . a ^ e Berk eli a n d hdw a perfec t ~ : - : . . . 1 1 - . . J . . { « re lga~6f l«rr t (r in that v i c i n i t y had 'ueen.in. augnrated . ~ t- •'• The d i sc lo sure u n e a r t h s * vast t r n p m t of vi l l i iu iy that has l o n g [ iUtz tedt l i eo f i l c i r soT. t h e l » w . T h e pr i soners are a l l y o u n g m e n . • " ' '."\. ''••»•» i ' . — TBACHUtaof penmanship seem to ba about the"; only people who are doing e flourishing busiseaa atntr _..._—,- - -if A JHOtyg a N n-towel a.i summer." writes n well-known .Saratoga landlord; "boarders -show a fondnesi for all sorts of furniture, but especially towels." They lovo not widely, btrt to-wel."'" - : — . » • . ••—• -r.' . T o s u . I l i L L i . v o ? : L i f e i s m a d e u p « • suh«Vi ine aisd s b a d d o — a b o u t five ikad"- 4 o t U » « n e s u n s h i n e , . •" " M A H T c o n s i d e r a* m e r e l y e t r o r t a a c t i f i M 1 . ^ . - : . - . . p '•A- h! IhiaJtAuS: ^ ^ * i—' ilMiiiisiiiisiii m !S»?«Saw -^^ .-1." "~-\iz£%s.
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