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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 15, 1876, South Haven, MichiganA Ftp a a a a % 11 a of of it a i a of i #. In South Rosa vet xe5.jteee. Mur Utun. 1 epitome of the week to wife of Gen. B. F. Butler died at boat on it few 4171 ago. Jar amp Pyror of Brazil has left Pax pm Board the sir am ship he Verias in route for the United state Thurk were nearly 12,000,000 postal cards issued by the Post office department diring tie month of March. The right Rev. John Johns Bishop of Tibe protestant episcopal diocese of Virginia died recently at Alexandria. A decree has been promulgated in i Aris fixing May 1, 1878, As the Date of a gov citing the Paris Universal exposition. The recent annual boat race on the River Thanet Between the University clubs of of fan and Cambridge was won by the latter Crew. Mention to elect delegates to the National convention is to be held at Jefferson City on the 31st of May. Messes. Mok Woomert Blair Jere. 8. Black Ben. It Butler and Matt. H. Carpenter have been retained by sex Secretary Btl Knpp As his counsel in the impeachment trial. _ Daniel of Leary the Chicago Pedes than recently walked 500 Miles in 139 hours and thirty two minutes at san Francisco. Me made the 495th mile in a Little lows iban nine mind Les. Tee National coloured convention recently held at Nashville tenn., adopted resolutions endorsing the platform of and adherence of the coloured people to the National Republican party. A t. Stewart the great new York dry goods merchant and capitalist died in in amp to City on the in Nln ago of it Waichi ,. And Canty. He Tim been m a Lhez the for smite Lime. His estate is estimated at $25.000,-006 to $30,000,000. He leaves a wife but no children. Condensed tele9raphic news. The Rhode Island election was held on the 5th, and the returns received on the morning of the 6th, give Lippitt rep for governor 8,212 Howard pro 6,-227 Beach dem 3,472�?lippitt lacking about 1,400 of an election he the people. Addeman rep for Secretary of state the elected by about 10,000 majority Over Pierce dem other candidates on the state ticket run about the same As governor. The general Assembly will stand Senate Twenty seven republicans and nine democrats House sixty three republicans and nine democrats thus insuring the election of the Republican state ticket by that body. Four powder magazines on Arsenal Hill near Salt Lake City Utah exploded on the afternoon of the 5th, with terrible a fact leased to a neglect of official duty in not reporting Revenue frauds to his Superior officers was sentenced to pay it Fine of $5,000 and be imprisoned in jail six months. The Fine imposed is the largest amount provided by Law and the term of imprisonment the shortest. An american merchant of Laredo tex., named Diamond was imprisoned at new Laredo Mexico on the 9th, and his life threatened by the commander 01 the mexican Federal troops for hesitating to contribute his property and refusing to pay a Fine of $100. My. Merriam of the United states army demanded his release which after some words was complied with but the mexican authorities threatened to kill the merchant at the first Opportunity. Merriam told Quintano commander of the mexican Federal forces at Point that he would have his command in readiness to protect american citizens. Quintano told him to do be found of them were Small pieces of flesh the largest of which was a portion of a foot in a Boot. A woman and boy in the City were struck by boulders and killed and quite a number of other persons were injured. One lady died from fright. An immense amount of Glass was planted the Independent National executive committee recently met in Chicago and adopted a Resolution earnestly appealing a to the people of the United Stales in every stats to organize and Send delegates to the National Independent convention to be held at Indianapolis ind., May 17, 1876, As the Only Hope of securing that just financial legislation and pure government which is indispensable to their broken throughout the City estimated in value at near $50,000. The partial remains of two boy were found near the ruins. They were out Hunting and it is supposed they had fired into one of the magazines and caused the explosion. The motion for a new trial in the Case of w. O. Avery Temal Revenue convicted of complicity in the whisky frauds at St. Louis has been overruled in the United states District court at the latter an order has been issued by instruction of the president directing the re establishment of the army Headquarters at also providing that in future All orders issued by the Wir de j a amp rement pertaining to military affairs shall he promulgated through the general of the army. London and Vienna telegrams of the j 6th state that affairs in the turkish prov inces had once More assumed a threaten my aspect. It was reported that the whole of Northwestern Bosnia had broken out in full rebellion and that Servia was making heavy preparations for War. . Pierrepont a. C. Brad of in a the the hot on the morning of the 10th, and Ware repulsed but subsequently renewed the attack. Stray bullets coming to the Texas a de wounded three american citizens one Man and two women. At the request of the special Deputy United states marshal maj. Merriam a twelve Pounder on the Bank River in the morning and afternoon the mexicans opened fire from new Laredo pm our guard at the ferry and they were compelled to withdraw. The fire was then concentrated upon the gunners whereupon col. Sexton threw two shells in i into new Laredo Mexico from his exc Hief Jerk of e l. Twelve Pounder which silenced the mex Bureau at w Ashing a or citizens. Two men and three women of Laredo Texas were wounded one badly. In the evening the mexican Federal troops opened fire again on the i United states government troops the latter returning the fire with twelve Pound howitzers and shelling new Laredo Mexico. Recent Vienna dispatches say the turkish envoy had had an interview with count Andrassy at which he declared that it was impossible for the Porte to concede the conditions demanded by the insurgent leaders. The Sultan had granted All the concessions to rebels he could and maintain his own sell respect five dwellings and a urge number of barns at Crest a Iowa were demolished by a severe wind storm on the night of the 10th a few persons were injured but lev Levi p. Luckey Aud Gen. Babcock 1 killed a. A As Charles Carter Foreman of a Oiler a a at Binghamton n. Y., was a pattern-boiler1 on the sidewalk in front of the shop a few Daya ago the boiler exploded with terrific Force killing the Foreman a Walker named John Maloney and a boy named Charles Gamber. Fred of Chesey be in it jeweler and Samuel Ingraham a boy were seriously Aad several other persons slightly injured. The committee appointed by the new York and Brooklyn association of con-1 Gregat ional ministers messes. Hobart sume and Virgin have issued a Call for the evidence regarding the Beecher scan j dal. The Call urges any parties believed or professing to have evidence or any knowledge of evidence not already investigated before the civil court to present the same before the committee. It is stated that in settling up the affairs of Patrick Donahue the proprietor of the Boston Pilot who recently went into bankruptcy facts of a Moil disgraceful character came to Light. It seems that during the past four years he has been the recipient of thousands of dollars placed in his hands for Safe keeping by Many Irish catholics who regarded him As their Best Friend. Such Money he put into his private business and the Slorer Bill. The following to the text of the House Bill to provide for the deficiency in the printing and engraving Bureau of the Treasury department Aad for the Issue of Silver Coin in place of fractional currency As amended and passed by the Senate on the 10th or it enamf4.�r, that Ebert to us hereby i. Prop Ruth a of my Money in un��?o�7 not of Hartse a prop rated the my of $10.1x10, to provide for engraving. Or opting a of �1 Penee of me to and us nag i United note and the further turn of ,948.000 to provide for engraving Tad printing National Bank note to be did burned under the Secretary of the tree Quot i. X that the Secretary of the trea eary in hereby directed to wine a liver cats of the United state of the denomination of Tea Twenty Twenty five and fifty create of Standard value in redemption of an equal amount of fractional currency whether the earn be now to the Treasury awaiting redemption or whenever u May he prevented toe redemption and the coerce an of the trea ajar May a a Der the regulation of the Tom Merj Dement provide for each Redempa in and by Eureti tuntion at the a Fnu a Aad Pablit depositories of the unit d Staton in to to cohost amount of fractional curency on to tending Eboli a in Tiemit and the fractional under to be a Nutof Tito Efi Akkoc frito provided iter by 2. A a a a v. I Hereof Ait Oare of Bong a Nuto my under the ecu rebating to the stoking fort. Were before Cly Mcra a investigating com Mittee on the 6th, Anil denied the truth of Many of uie essential parts of detective Belles Story a largely attended mass meeting was held in Chicago on the evening of the 11th, irrespective of party at which resolutions were adopted calling on the of a member of the 4 tir prs who Wera. At the recent town elec Hause committee on a Cere v. v Era in of Trae love gone 0�t of fashion. H the Ceram try never possessed so Manneb Beautiful Marriageable Young women As j does at the present time. And Why done not have Mere marriages we and met because marriage for love is the pc Epson and not the Rule. The Youngl eople of this age have gone fashion and 1 a one mad if the Dandy Bank clerk i rho l be Hal of of Rewti i and tic Olicer half for Todi 1 his condition he will not marry. I h shop girl who earns Good y�8 j annoy be distinguished by her Drew from he banker a daughter certainly will not 1 lunge into Matrimony note she Cal her con Litton in Hie. If a Psi isl fortunate enough to possess Money 1 i old or a Ger Hestia of of lung reds of women can toe found Booty too it nil go become his wife. Love is an after consid oration. 1>ey Many to be supported and areas extravagantly. How often do we hear the remark a a better to be an idl Amsle Darling than a mar Many a Ilay�-�?T1 alas too Many of them Are not Stoi Fredl to be damage. Tey Wal Penis in lowing other men idler they Are married. I it cannot be denied that a great number i of unmarried Mem Are adventurers looking for wives who Quot my keep them without j working for a living. The peace Aad a an i Tont of a Happy heme Are not taken into a aside Gatimu they Are willing to Safiel a nip Iii a a a i a Chelot and old maids. We Asuat have Ore in Bott Litif ave Predl pity a a a Yold. Too Many marry Lor Montr Only b be end a Trappy the f their argut _ foreign affairs asked Gen. Schunck on the 6th, if the committee should say that he Schunck had been engaged in tie Emma Mipe transactions in Good Faith and with no fraudulent intent whether he would still desire a Fuller investigation. Gen. Schenck replied that he desired such an investigation for others As Well As himself that he was neither a dupe nor a Rascal he had invested in the mine with his eyes open and with a View of bettering his condition he wished to show that the failure of the mine was owing to mismanagement. According to a Copenhagen dispatch of the 7th, Denmark and Germany were endeavouring to arrive at a satisfactory solution of the Schleswig Holstein question. The new Jersey House of representatives has Defeated attic Bill to tax Church and educational property. In answer to a Call for a mass state convention of those interested in the Issue of More greenbacks a meeting was held at Columbus Ohio on the 6th, at which resolutions were adopted appealing to the people of the country to organize and unite in behalf of the unconditional repeal of the fee Somphron act homing that it is the duty of the government to furnish the circulating medium of the country. At a meeting of the new Ork and Brooklyn association of congregational ministers in the latter City on the 7th, the action of tie adv sort Council was endorsed and resolutions were adopted to publicly invite any one having or professing to have any evidence against or. Beecher not already investigated before the civil court to bring such erred Mcm before a commission to be appointed for the purpose of hearing such Evi Deece the proposed Commissi on to consist of messes. R. 8. Storrs w. I. Buddington l. Smith Hobart in s. Stone and n. W. Vergen. Messes. Storrs Buddington h. H. Mcfarland b. A Martin w. M. Taylor and w. Ii. Ward entered a protest against this action on the ground that an investigation thus organised could result in nothing More than Anether so it or facial and unsatisfactory inquiry resolutions submitted try prof. Malt in in favor of doctrines Tito opposite at those espoused by Plymouth Church and its Council were tabled and this Buddington Mcfarland Taylor and Storrs then sent to the Moderator a Tetter in which they withdrew from the membership of the new York and Brooklyn association. In a Vienna newspaper of the 8th Are published details of alleged atrocities committed by the bosnian insurgents upon Mohammedan and Christian inhabitants for refusing to take part in the insurrection. It is stated that several villages in Chelona had been destroyed by fire and that two gendarmes and Atu Kiah hotel keeper with his wife and four children were burned alive. It is also reported that a Christian who persistently refused to obey the injunctions of the insurgents was massacred with his whole family. Two Hundred houses in Pasait a were burned and 200 innocent persons tilled. j a dispatch was received in London on the 8th from St. Petersburg stating that Russia recognized the fitness of the title i Quot Jas Stop India a about to be a gamed by Queen Victoria. Ool. Whitley having Given testimony before the House judiciary committee a i-d�1 , it to tos Safo Borgia cons phrase Tod latter gentleman appeared before toe committee on toe 8th and sought to a Plain away toe circumstances which seemed to con neet him with such conspiracy and As sorted that he torn nothing of the Salt burglary hat that had he known h was to prevent it a at Jit. Louis on the Fito sex collector con Maguiree who had previously con Tion fraudulently As is alleged counted into office on the South Side to resign such offices also requesting the present acting mayor Colvin who is holding yer under the new charter to abdicate the office. The Hon was committees Ucic t t77ilwx7. Mayor and town off cars and notify them of the action of the meeting. A Ichikai state a sub. The Selenes of Cash in tos Fob by March 26 wee $1,2�,��. Receipts lag the week ending april 1 were Al 66 payments during toe seme bae $56.889.15 Selenes in toe tre Eaury apr 1876, $1,197,292.77 decrees for the a a a a $�s62.54. Al. A Mill owner at Swan Creek named Laranger wee badly thawed up by a a Caler new e few Days ego. One foot and ankle wee badly mangled sad a Swath St. Flesh wee Cut the entire length of his bad i he was fatally injured. 1 twi recent election in Meh Pming in the Success of the democratic to test Kenn but of old bad who arrested a few weeks ego for poisoning wife has been discharged it being be Tiff Torilyn proved that she waa not poisoned. Cait. Moboa l. Gass one of the a of the Saginaw Valier dind la Kaat a Lew Days ago aged sixty nine. Was a native of Tyty h. T., no la lilt Ian la Detroit in the mexican War. He came to Saginaw in 1849. During the late War he raised and commanded for one year company a fourteenth Michigan infantry. The widow of Rex Robinson a noted character of Early times in Michigan died a Day or two since in the town of Ada where she had lived nearly All Ber life. She was a full blooded Ottawa Squaw. Robinson married her about fifty years ago when he was s Pioneer in that Region. Her age was nod exactly known but was about eighty. A Hhd the Gold excitement first broke out in California and Fortune seekers and adventurers were Rushing to the new re Lorewz in countless numbers one Thomas Twedy an eccentric irishman living in Marshall left his Home to seek his Fortune in the Golden state. He left behind him a wife and one child a daughter. His wife died several years ago and his daughter married and is now the wife of de. Dolan the Well known conductor on the Way freight of the Michigan Central Railroad. Cody after leaving Marshall never wrote to his family. They occasionally heard of his whereabouts through other parties. Finally they heard of his departure for Australia. It was years before they heard of him again when intelligence was brought to them by a person who returned to Marshall from Australia that Cody was still living in Australia and had acquired considerable property. About a year ago Codys daughter Learned of his death through a go Emmett paper in Australia in which was Legal notice announcing his death Aud advertising for heirs to his property. Dolan put the matter in the hands of lawyers and sent proofs of his Wolf being the heir to Codys estate. On the 24th of March last Dolan received a letter from the american Consul saying that his wife a claim to the estate had been established. He further stated that Cody left $256,000 la lands Bank Stock and Money. He Tod without making a will and although Cotea sylvely advertised by the government a heirs could be found or heard of until to and a letter was received. Dolan has resigned his position As conductor on the Michigan Centra and will soon depart for Australia to look after his Fortune. % Haas is a Story to make a sportsman Danse. I is Ian a kit a m via toed. A was in cell 18, Tow ecu a i follow with is pm map Iblis As raw tramps i his a Fotonas were worn Aad torn hands Mere not As clean he vhf would Bare wanted them still about the Mas and about his a a a Tot Fig an expression of i 1 into nil poverty a a straggled together i1b�� had a Little toe Best of it. Mouth Organ there he Felt a Bere waa a heart opening a a a ill Bis tones that could not ���111 then he played and his 3s1 glad that he had said yes for ��3 something attractive about that is r varied the Monotony of the i 81���dsrftillv. He had a variety of Scad the note of a a Auld out through the bars of his ssi a Power that All text could i Iii to of tapping feet with Hia a a Koukl make the heart a there grape on the Ihu my her Yean of pain in at wet in toe lil Lunde. The Mother lira alone with a my grandchildren As can be spared Tel her Tow and then. Her youngest girl i i went As a teacher to Ohio then entered a i College where both sexes were admit-1 Ted Tow she is in Tois City or Nisi Herl living Tor drawing writing for one or two weekly papers Etc. It a he who isl working for the woman a depart rent Oil the Centennial. She is a Brilliant talker a she glances Ever the current subjects Oil the toy in a Light touch and go Way i which bewilder her Mother with the pro-1 fund try and extent of her knowledge. A a if she had had Bettye Schance a a she thinks shei too might have played a pert Aad worthy a part in life. I there Are Many women of her age land class who have this morbid Dit a i Content last now. But the judge Whol i shall weigh her work and her Daug lil i terse a and that of each and All of us i Baa other Scales than ours.�?2v. A a a Mew a graveyard was a a Rod no str Chi death demanded s sacrifice. Gravo Yard had to be storied in Custer. No one had volunteered to die Aad to Ruffian had offered a sacrifice. Fate led Charlie Holt and John picket across the Plains from Sioux City and Hope and ambition induced them to a a drive their stake upon the Southern slope in the suburbs of Custer. Poor boys they were not vet men and their combined Fortune and earthly effects would not reach five dollars in value. They selected a town lot upon the aide of a Grassy Knoll close to a Small Grove of straight tall Pines and being unable to chop Large logs or buy lumber with which to construct a habitation dug a Cave. They Call them a a dugout a a Here but a better name would be a dead Fella a for they Are Little else. There boy. Made their Deadfall eight feet Square covered it with Pine Brush propped this up with eight Small Poire threw on ser trial Tona of Reiriz. And Ratto bed to dream of Home 6f father and of the Fortune Nero. Ters papers or even the his Home or friends have been found. A a that is known is that he walked All the Way from Sioux City to the Blastek Huls to die and Testa grave . Of. Be a Oft to Gresto. V a Carton spider. I a wins in the chins is Eft gives some curious fact concerning a. Which seems to have be a Crew Ltd to prey upon the cock Reato. Sive with toe latter Cert rth to Sou Era China and Fornoro. Houses hiding in crevices and a Fork Corners during the Day showing itself it dark to seek its food principally the cockroach. It does not spin any web but attaches itself by a Silky exudation which a serves also to support it when springing a on its prey. In this it resembles the i jumping spider saw us though m its a other movements it is very dissimilar be sing of is timid and retiring a disposition Las the Little Saltica is hold and running j with n rapid steady Irodion a jury differ Iril in of Zivow. Onu in Quot a Quot Quot re Thoms Hove . If it were not so big a jul 11 it Quot it or. W. H. Unan 1 mar fity Tomin de a cd inc of Point Mouli arc to Saiid to Bat mittens were awl med to a Mutt forty fourth c0n6r18s. Wednesday april 5. Bills Weie passed in the Bonate authorizing the Sals of the Menomonee re rvs Tion in Wisconsin under he direction of the Bill 10 the itch Ursol the. Pay judgment rendered by the Fourt 0, in a Lenioe Bill or Iran Theta not the Pawnee reservation. Thenry a Lra a a court of impeachment red in Jujj agreed to that summon be rimmed to sex Decrv tary Belknap returnable the Lrich of i. The which time the court adjourned. The ill fixing the Sale of mail matter and for other Parps a a taken up and debated. In the of Tion was adopted directing the Treasury to furnish the Hhd a Withan Iten tired account of the amount expended of $300,000 appropriated Forte hand for far tee fiscal year ending june a 1878. A b Assed regulating the winding no of Nati Mial no. Inno arcement wre Mada of the act lot a be a is so let can int sure Tom. A me Bill to Transfer the Indian Bui Froni Interior to the War department waa debated a committee of 4he whole a was Alse at t e evening session the appropriation thursday april 6.�?iu the Senate s favourable report waa mad from the co a Lre on third Ciao matter a jul taken x Tad amendments were to mixed Aud ordered printed adjourn in the House the Senate Hill Iri Agos Rowuin tie salary after the 4th of March 1877, at $.000 Quot.-1 med without discussion. The bul to carry into operation the hawaiian to ref waa discussed Aad the Leggi Atlee approx Pitsti Bil 1 waa farther debated la committee of the whole. Friday april 8.�?Senate not in session a number of private bids were peered the House and Atoo a Bill for the pm a Jos so a a to in 7e�t��l a Reb lotion adopted in to com Mise of the committee in naval a a to proceed to the Yards to inquire Lato certain aseged Abanes no Fruda. Adjourned the Soe Eiroa on the 8th to be few debate rely. Monday april 10.-a Large numb of bilis Aad pet turns were presented Aad referred in the Senate. A Fame Wrt warm a on the pm to it Arifeh the territory of to manna. A Cis la the printing Aad b�?i�8m provi mov a Gravlin a department was amended and i House add asst Mumm mar treat was am Amoeo is or a tip la a a a. A a a i a Tapie i by rely a. Affaire to inquire into the Cao of the imprison butter per la 25@27c cheese per la meat of of meagre Mcendre. _. _ ,ovy1sj Qura per ,54@56c dressed rated five wild ducks to so very fins a Point that they Fly when and where they Polesso come at Call and accompany their teacher to the Hunting grounds either Pyrch cd on the Bow of the boat or swimming by its Side. Arrived St the marshes they act As decoys splash and Call until they attract flying ducks who come Down and a hot while the tame ducks a a stand tips in the water Shako their wings and scream with Delight. The Days sport Over they either Fly Home or ride in the boat As or. Jardine directs. have been entered into for constructing the buildings for the state fair. It will be held on the grounds of the Jackson county society. On the 6th, at grand rapids United states judge Withey of the Western District of Michigan rendered a decision of great importance to photographers throughout the United Sites. Nearly four years ago Simon Wing brought s suit against Jos. H. The oaf Kins for infringement of the Southworth Patent plate Holder for cameras owned by him. Judger witchy decided that the letters Patent reissued to Southworth 8ept. 25,1860, Are void and of no effect that Southworth a to not the original in Venter and discoverer of a an uttering the plate bolder claimed by him. This deals Ion is pronounced Worth $500,000 to the photographic fraternity. Seven trials heretofore to test the Validity of the Patent resulted in favor of Southworth. The River and Harbor appropriation Bill which passed the National House of representatives on the 10th, contains the following items of interest to the people of Michigan Ontonagon $15,000j Eagle Harbor $15,000 Marquette $5,000 Frankfort $5,000 Manistee $15,000 Ludington $10,-000 Pentwater $10,000 White River $10,-000. Muskegon $15,000 grand Haven $15,-000 Black Lake $15,000 Saugatuck jux 0 by. Joseph $12,000 South Haven 10,000 Cheboygan $10,000 a 8abe River $2,500 Saginaw River $11,000 8t. Mary a River and canal $200,000 Mon Roc $7jjoo Charlevoix $16,000 Thunder Bay $15,000 my cargoes a Cove $15,000 Harbor of Refuge Lake Huron $100,000. In addition to the above the Secretary of War is directed to cause an examination or Survey to be Mads of the Manistee River from its Mouth to Sherman Wexford county. The latest reporto from Detroit give following As the current prices for leading to Eeme of to foal it to Send out every note my some sacred recess of Bis heart to have studied and repeated every sentiment of the grand old creation until it became part and Par Celby Bis nature. There must be Home tit Furg strange about him. Who waa he Hattid not like to atop Hia play Ite Bathe did. There was an apparent a slake to trek about his history but the doors of it Confidence gradually opened and he Wolff the old old Story. He had lived away Oul West beyond the Mississippi. There was everything about the Home that he wanted. A Ore is that experience which tells a Man when they Are Well off and when to remain where they Are. The sea was a great thing to him his mind rested upon it. He left his fathers House and went Down the father of Waters and then Sufon the Broad Ocean. 1 ears had gone fact then. He had been in Many lands off seen Many things had traversed the St to a of Jerusalem and walked Over the bind that Christ had trod had heard voice of the Muezzin a constantinople and seen the Follower of the Prophet Kneel in St. Sophia had seen the wonders of the East and Felt the cold winds of the North the wonders of the great cities of the Ola world were not strange things to him. He had met them face to face As one Man meets another. All had taught him the truth of Paine swords a a there is no place like he wanted to do Hack there just once More. There was a father and a Mother there were Sisters and Brothers when he left ii did not Kaow whether they were there pow or not. A a years change things you know a said he m he gazed dreamily into the air. He was penniless Aad friendless. Sickness Horti Laid her hand upon him. Ofle would got Back though. The lakes would soon in or he could walk if it was necessary. He turned and Laid Down on the hard Iron bed and again tie music floated w Ith its and sad mourn Ful Ness. Hundreds of Miles from Home penniless friendless and forlorn toiling toward that Western Home. Ttye piece he played so often seemed to be written in his at. A a a a a woman who had to Hume Are tempted to give Alf Cut of Astill living because the Ujj to Ion a character and history Ehu any or Inland town Navy Els w a originals of both there Vroni of two by be no danger of recognition. On Ope of the earlier Days of this month the woman of whom we speak went to Philadelphia to Lay in Stock she keeps a Small dry goods and trimming store in a thriving town. She went out to look at the Centennial buildings at the department or women a work for which women alone have paid she saw too some of the executive committee of her own sex at work. Noticing her Wistful face one of the Busy ladies said a a cd Eva no do something for us in your own town ? women of intelligent and patriotism no. 2, per Cental a to esd at april 11.�?a Dill in Intro-1 diced in the Senate to provide for cheap trans a por tation of freight Between tide water Ator Isear the a Jan tic Ocean and the Ohio and Usta 1 up i Valley by railroads. The Honre my to provide i for the sex pen res Aad a deletion of foreign flood a to the Centennial i i and i rants Rio Stu upset of la crop win. Or near land Navy Yattes end k. Bijj Segry amp a Al a Rock falling from Lookout Honnet hogs per Cental $9.009-50 flour. White Winter $6-00 6.50 Amber Rye $4.5005.75 cattle per Cento �75� 5.00 hogs $7j$0@7.80 sheep Oats mixed per by. A Ifor @39c pork per Bri Peru 69@70c wheat no. 2 White pm a. $1.11� Amber. $1.18 31.27. W hmm sweat atari the Reader entered the police station it seventeen minutes after seven saturday evening he would Bare paused before be bad proceeded fir for Tipiere floated then and there a sound Well Calen a on sunday hundreds went to the mount s Nin to see pm it Triau mass Folt la slowly in Send in Watt we a a. We a the i ill. Irtz. Sad it a. A raw a Sisum is five fort Aad Tom we Ymata Asaasia in to Many Lurea slaked Tow two a Chou snarf Cam i ought to come to the front now to help j their a i can do noting a a i replied the visitor. A a i am not a woman to can come to the front. My daughter a Lis at work for you however re a said with a slight glow of Pride. Sim went a Home with a bitter feeling of humiliation Tighe was born she thought a Gen motion too soon. If she were a Young girl now a what careers were open for a woman of a ability and she knew she had ability. A there were chances now on every Side to Ujj develop ones self and to help others. She must die As she had lived nothing and a nobody. There is a plenty of such morbid hammering among women nowadays. Mrs. White let us say there Are i hundreds of her class among the Whites land Blacks and All the other colors a went Home to her Village and her shop. It Jyom i shop where she sold the plainest of i a wares she had neither Money to buy the i a at Eta a or Bric a Brac few which her soul i a longed in the City nor customers to whom i a she could Aell them the Village was an i a isolated one where the crops and gossip i i supplied subjects for All mental exercise. I a same Day perhaps facts and thoughts i a from this wide outer world would Pene j i trate its Dull atmosphere but not whiles she lived she had too nearly run her i course for that. I i the history of the woman was this. She i had great Beauty when a girl not Mere i i prettiness bid a rare absolute Beauty. She i hid also a nimble receptive intellect of quite As Good Caliper is those of the women i who have made themselves Public name 9 and position in Short she be Ftp life with Foo capital. But Opportunity was what Imoto use 1l her Beauty made bar the 1 belie of . She married a Well he Bonner who lost his property by ill no unt died and left her with a healthy Headstrong boys a feed clothe educate and rationally and piously. She into hit Down to sew the Needle was 9oo Small a tool for such a weighty work. Mrs opened a Dairy a laundry a vegetal info Garden. As one staff broke Down she it Faao other finally settling Down in the 9ihop which she now owns which is the Llaugert in . Spin the meantime she had had a Tough it Ruggle to pull the children along and Lihi lot the was resolved that they should Irisa above her own standing ground. I there was one son whom she sent to College retd who began to drink As Toon As fhe had him it work attending the Lect in at Philadelphia. Twice the poor woman crossed the mountains and ran a tacked the great City to find him in some Den of misery for More than a year she kept him under her own Eye a Ajo Bera from the Best a Ltd a a those parity of Black Cashmere and partly of silk sell most readily As Black promises to remain the favorite dress for the Street. The greatest number Are made with the Plain Cuirass for the upper part while below the hips is most varied drapery sometimes very simple arrange a fonts of Kilt pleats and a Sash while others Are too intricate for description having a series of folds passing around tiie figure below the hips from the front to the Back while the Middle of the Back forms wings or puffs. One marked feature already mentioned i that drapery and All bouffant puffing Are lower Down on the skirt than formerly when they began just below the Waist. This has brought into fashion Long slender bustles that slope larger toward the Bottom instead of projecting suddenly below the Belt. A Jabot of lace and ribbon trims the whole Long front of these polonaises. The turned Down Collar is formed of Lengthwise Fine knife pleatious of silk. Lace frills in Side pleats Edge the skirt and trim the sleeves this lace Falls Over fringe and is French imitation thread lace of a Quality that ladies Are now using with far less reluctance than formerly. Other Black polonaises Are of sic Ilienne. Trimmed with Ecru or with Black lace. These keep also the Marguerite or Cuirass or Prin Cesse shape All of which Are names for the same thing. The Sash drapery appears and the front is fastened by Black ribbon bows that have but one Loop and two ends. Ecru camels hair polonaises of similar designs have curved rows of Wool braid trimming the whole tab Iier and carried Back to the Back breadth which Falls in a Long soft puff. Hie braid is in Broad clusters made by placing seven narrow rows of braid in contiguous curves while others overlap. Two rows of Small buttons fasten the front. Cream coloured polonaises appear in various fabrics. There Are dinner and even ing dresses made with Princess polonaises of Cream coloured Gros Grain elaborately ornamented with fringe or else the polonaise is Cream coloured damask or brocaded milk worn Over Plain Gros Grain. For Carriage costumes there Are armure Wool polonaises in the favorite Cream and Ivory shades trimmed with fringe braids and bands of silk with bows of Gros Grain ribbon. For Midsummer Are lace polonaises both hand made and Woven in the lace. These Are lobe Grairt the ack or Brown silk or velvet underneath and in some cases they Are sleeveless having velvet sleeves underneath to match the skirt. Black Grenadine polonaises Are also trimmed with Ecru and Black lace. Indeed this combination of Black and yellow meets one at every turn. Black grenadines have threads of Cream color Woven in them and Are trimmed with Black and yellow fringe. Another Rich Novelty is velvet striped grenadines not in the Plain stripes of last year but in figures Flowers and Palms raised on the transparent Grenadine Bazar. A ssh a of a whose heart was not Wpm he a Ron a he Hiya with anon drunkard the howl of a i i wretch whose name upon the blotter a followed by the word a a supposed too i insane a the Patti Ltd Wirtl of ote Safold Tatj Nils the song of the weary Toad pm och a other sound familiar in the a was the sound of Muslow of a a a a j Swart some Oro was Puj Ettl a just tag Lin the work. It a a Mou Rafatti Pfoff music Airway and wherever heard Leo a ble to can up memories in the Hurt a which Carta Shadow of tote Over the a use around. But Here the a hmm a burdened with melancholy a a airy not in other pfc a. Itti heavy Stone Waiss and rolled a a a Agthe cold flagstones in a dreary a mfg Tim in and out of the dark ce�,udm3idrps i seemed to gather Mour awfulness and Mel a an Boty from every bar of la up a Ifo Ough a i of Seal to which the pain of msgr Tail nothing. The Xiy conquered dts fit i Tow the leading Phy Ricina Ini Ullnee n Man of great Force and and he in fond of i amp to la a How that All he is he i them was the oldest a foe who had spinal Eom plaint and i Hje hops off Wrom Resep. §fyh6rto Lilia Rivage remembers Bow Dainty pid mid a foce the Little chem inter was and How no is Row what dry Fhy or in def Wnm Sta for Mother our Tido. Who Mem a to firs a son my Hub Adaulph blur s la mss a Man to she was left 14 widow. They a reall married or Bap ipoly a tied now. The poor cripple after admission tickets to the the tickets of admission to the Centen b Nial exhibition will be but of two kinds a compliment a and those for exhibitors g persons employed in the exhibition and h die press. In the issuing of the former a a it is especially noted that it is not intend red to compliment persons but Only theh offices of Trust or Honor which they Maying happen to hold. These tickets therefore will Only be issued to. Public officers. Go they will be printed on heavy Bond paper go in Square note size sheets the design Obj will be on the first Page a female figure of America seated on a Globe with am Palm Branch in her hand and by her sides i a Cornucopia. Beneath wiil be the words 1�?o United states International exhibition a Philadelphia opening May 10, closing a november 10, 1876. Complimentary. M a they will be signed by the president of a the Board of finance the president of a the commission and the director general to i on the third Page there will be a request to the Holder bit he will Deposit he card on enhance a a basis for future statistics i of the exhibition. §3 i the tickets for exhibitor the press Etc.,g i will be on Fine card in the form of a two a leaved Book. Round the Center space onh the inner pages will be a Bordy of geometrical lath work cutting while around that will be three rows of numerals Cor ii 1 responding in number with the Numberg of Days the exhibition will be open. A round these again is another 1 Border. It is intended that one of these a numbers shall be punches on the a stg i daily Entrance of off Holder. Eyb Timek the leaves the ground after his first Enjo trance he will receive a Paw or retard Check. This is noted on the left Leaf of i the ticket of the right inner Page there i will be an Oval in the Center surrounded 1 by Start and ornamental lath work. In i this Oval the Holder will be required tog h insert Bis photograph before 1st june a 1 and he is reminded of this by the p i in this space a not Good after Jone 1 in a i less the regulation photograph of the i Holder be inserted in this under 1 the photograph space Are the words not forfeited if presented by any a but the proper on the flirt Orl 9title-pare outside will be the Titie inter by National exhibition a with the Holder is 9 name his Clam his country and or Iamb i number. On the fourth or last Page tiie Rei i will be a lath work medallion with Thel a warning a a the Tilg twin not be renewed amp lost the Border on tame two pages As Well As on the inner Page will i a elaborate lath work. ate shave been made by the 1 Rel we Prmt. I i a our a a a a a a Rita by Wata $ oot did Wurl wish. O1 a a or us h the new when Iton been 1 Long the Dewent of Opalm Ever a a not Tel Impi Keef Deokee erf. Be a a it go a a dram which Branble. be Ryge Droit imn us Exodee Throo a be a now Tol ism Fer to bul the raw or a Edito. H a a a a i when morning came yesterday morning March 3a sad sight was revealed to the Young Man who went to the dugout to Orrow a shovel. The Aurel of death had been there in the night and had buried the sleeping boys alive. A faint piteous voice beneath this living grave broke the icy stillness of the frosty morning crying out a a in gods name pull me out i am the boy who had come to borrow a shovel fled in horror from the total spot calling loudly for help which came from All directions from fifty Cabins in the Gulch. A dozen Yeoman arms delved Down and Tore away the cruel Earth which had already clasped and claimed one of these boys As its own and which had hugged and pressed in its icy embrace for eight Long hours the struggling survivor. The Story told by the mangled and mutilated youth is a Brief one. He told it to me while gasping in agony and pain stretched upon a Couch of Pine boughs on the Hillside. A we finished our 4 dugout yesterday and i went Down town to beg for work or flour. We had eaten up our last grub. Charlevi that a my pardner a staid at Home to fix up things and finish digging out the Chimney. I went to the miners meeting at Swearenger a Saloon and tame Home about ten of clock and went to bed. When i woke up i was buried but i bad one hand free with which i scratched away the dirt and Brush and got air. Then All was dark again and after a while i woke up. I could see the stars and the Moon and i heard Charlie calling to me to help him. I tried to move but the dirt came tumbling in on my face so i quit. Then Charlie said a Johnny i am dying write to my i cried out 4 Charlie i can to get out god help you we must die a then All got dark again. That Sall 1 know sir til just now. Is Charlie dead a yes Charlie was dead his crushed and mangled body was dragged out of the debris a Tew minutes afterwards and borne Down the Hillside to a deserted soldiers Cabin on Custer Street and Laid out upon a Plank placed upon two logs. Then came the inquest first held in the Black Hills. It was a queer scene. There stood the City marshal a tall rough honest Man with bronzed Brown face and tear stained eyes a pair of navies on his hips but gentle As a Lamb in the face of death like this. The Coroner a Miner with Grizzle Beard and hard Grimy hands stood by the body with a Book in his hand two doctors just arrived that morning from Platte county Missouri looking More like tramps than professionals stood by awaiting. A reporter a jewish clothing dealer a Saloon keeper a lawyer and two miners constituted the jury which sat itself upon a log which insisted upon rolling Over every two minutes. The inquest was Brief the reporter organized the jury swore them in elicited the evidence made the verdict and founded the first official Archive for the City. The verdict was a accidental death trom that was All and material was ready with which to Start a graveyard in Custer. Then came humane hands and kind hearts and dressed the unfortunate stranger. Charlie Fahey found a White shirt the Only one in the City a Sheet was inverted into a shroud and Charley Holt soon Lay in a rough Pine Box upon a Bier of Loes. This was not All a fire was built in the Corner of that Black deserted Cabin tie roof opened to allow the smoke to escape and then a half dozen Noble men sat and watched until Daylight. They were bound to Start a graveyard. With the rising of the Sun came ladies yes ladies kind hearted pioneers who had Woven a Wreath of Pine twigs Winter Ivy Pine Cones and four Little fragments of White Tarleton and pieces of the Black silk strings of mrs. Dro Monde a Bonnet this a eight pet Cert. I part been fixed As the Legal rate of in torn to la Kentucky. 1uv/uv Kje Eppg Wreath was Laid reverentially upon theh unpainted Pine Box it was All these fir egg Noble hearted women could do a and they did it Well. Bat still the graveyard Wash not inaugurated. Here was a Corpse neat ugly shrouded wreathed and confined Andoh no graveyard but a site for a City grave Yard was found a natural cemetery Al a ready planted with Groves of Trees and log Laid out by nature into Broad irregular avenues All sodded and half Green. Cades ornamented with glittering icicles Lent their Aid to the frosted Evergreen Foh foliage and Snow White Grotto of Quartz Tom beautify the newly selected site for the Scitz of the dead. A half dozen Brawny a athletes with pick and shovel Tore open a the Virgin Sod and made the grave. Theyl a were generous Sexton these amateurs a land sunk a Hole like unto a mining a Haft go a it was at least twelve feet Long this a for the half grown boy. But the trouble a was Only Hau Over. Who would a it Parson there is no preacher Dwter and a two hours canvass of the City Ailea a to find a professor of religion. Think of i 9 it Here was a City without one Moreas a Ling Christian among 300 people. Worse a than that a close search railed to find a i prayer Book. The mayor honest Man is i appealed to one of the two lawyers in the i City to a a say a few words at the grave tog a be Christian like a but such pleading was not in his line so the three Doctora were applied to Bat with like Success. Then i Ca Quot a a committee of judge mayor anal i marshal to the reporter. Surely a a a pm pm a a Many knew something abort funerals 144 and a a Aid the mayor �?~�?~7e, 1 the poor lad away a kind o Christian j 1 like not like a dog air a be Well i graveyard had to be started. Tbs a Emme Uto my m�1 of Goodarz Wilk. I Bible the of Lar one a a the or i funeral cortege Mored of i main a Trout of the City. It wee Petur-1 Leerne scene on two Teig act a a nyx by i sin Gan Coop Inlang the Apo which 1�/ the limn. Then die mayor. Rodg. Come acumen end marshal Ranga a a a a "8 i men in mine a a Boot. And Looch by. A a dozen or two Minen me Rennu and a int sen brought up the re a and the proceed Lake moved sir Tryon. 9 then a shallow grave on a a a ask at one of the Amateur Neifort a Tiff j �i44 Ciar Down to the bad Jack Raj Josh 1 Down War the dirt Short Idi Kestly the body wee Sehah it a a the lag tsp affix ?.3m 9 Inaa unrated its graveyard. I the Saddest Point about this 1 incident in yet to be me phoned no Jet Hundred of eggs. This cocoon she carries about with her for some time and at last attaches it to a convenient spot. When attacked by Tais spider the cockroach has no Means of defense a Aust its enemy except flight. Indeed it seem hardly conscious of its Dalger. A few Stealthy paces sad the fore legs of the spider hang Over the menaced prey and a sudden Dart from Quot which fire Holm escapes completed the capture. 4 the cockroach is equally struck on the under Side of the Thorax and after feebly struggling for a longer or Shorter period yields in the United effects of the fangs and the withdrawal of the vital fluids. If Only struck and immediately dropped by the spider paralysis of the limbs soon sets in out Lite is evidenced sometimes for Twenty hours after by a gentle motion of the antennae. When a cockroach is it into a Cage with the arachnid it shows merely the Ordinary insect caution or inquisitiveness approaching and teen aug the object with its Long Antenne. In a few Days if not appropriated for food it becomes quite familiar with the spider crawl ing beneath its legs Etc. And the spider seems to reciprocate this Friendship for one the writer had a to male fasted for eight weeks and at last succumbed rather than let us suggest do despite to the unhallowed Bond. Fun in the new York Stock Board. My. James Davis known in Wall Street As the Champion dancer among the brokers was elected a member of the Stock Board on Friday but would not go into the Exchange being afraid that a the boys would a Rush yesterday morning however he was basely deceived. A party of Choice spirits including Young Kis Samand a a Mon Mitcjell in veiled him into the Exchange and no sooner had he entered than he was elevated and deposited on the Rostrum after let eing Flung All about the room like a loot Ball Ana he presented a pitiable appearance. His elegant clothes were ruined his hat was battered out of shape his Gen. Spinola Collar was pulled up Over his ears and one of i dancing pumps was missing. Mitchell called for a speech at the same time producing a fish Horn and or. Davis collecting his scattered senses said 44 gentlemen As Long is i am a member of this boart y lated to dul. The Square he Wrt tet erupted by a blast from Mitchells Flash Hora i appreciate a continued my. Davis Niter cutting a double shuffle on the desk 44 this manifestation of your Good feeling. A at this juncture an Apple thrown by an unerring hand struck or. Davis on the ear. 441 intend a said or. Davis in conclusion 44 to do unto others As i would be done by and therefore i will give lessons in the Glide Waltz and the latest German to any member who offers me a Strong at this juncture the victim was again hoisted and a pathetic voice was heard requesting that he be de edited in the Fountain. Or. Davis aged for mercy and was allowed to go. He took a Carriage and went Home to change his n. Timen. Ii to 6 do him. The big Aad Little of in extreme in human nature met this morning at the Union Pacific depot and the meeting was a curious sight witnessed by hundreds of spectators. Maj. Houghton who u Twenty seven years old is thirty one inches High and weighs forty one pounds an account of whom appeared in the Bee the other Day has been waiting Here for a week a Tenet two other natural curiosities and go with them to san Francisco to join a circus company. The other parties were Hannah Battersby and mrs. Sarah e. Belton who arrived from the East Ais morning. Miss Battersby is the fattest largest and heaviest woman in the world. One weighs 765 pounds and in Twenty four years old. She has been in the show Frutas Ever since she was ten years old and or Many years was with Barnum. Wheels known i As the 44 Eastern Safe wanted to take a Brief ride around town with Mai. Houghton but As no Hackman Leuw conveniently get her into a Carriage and As she would not insure him against breakage she had to forego tart pro a a White she waddled around on the depot platform the ground seemed to fairly tremble beneath her tread and when she took her place in the car she filled Upan entire seat not leaving room in a for a hair pin even and Ahe difficulty in squeezing in through a car i mrs Sarah e. Belton was the opposite of the Giantess. She the Only the Iii one incite tall weighs thirty eight pounds and the the a tallest Warta world. I her age is Twenty eight and her cram lame a a a the fairy Queen a h Bic a were not married she would make an excellent match for maj it Houghton the a smallest Man in the world. I the Trio were the observed of All observers at the depot till the train left for a the by. The markets. New York a Kip cattle. Shkaf a live. A. Fix u a too a. Wheat no. Cheffo. Corny Wewera mixed. Oats Western mixed Btty. Barley ki5-prt�e steam. Wwte5>o�ms�oc a a dec. Chicago. Aphi.1l la it. It $ am f ilm. Is 1 5.36 5.70 -44s As a it .88 .7� 5 .7�. 2lto amp Al to. 13.75 s 14-08. Amp a .1�. .35 is -57 hogs Tiff Cal a beef Gas a birr Tell to a thaew oort. Pm sop it of a a a a maw it Gife a a am Floral. He a of Lertsr wish Sheet lost. Is in a

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