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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 29, 1876, South Haven, Michigan/ / r re \ Goff a f a a a t a # vol. In. April 20, 1876. To. 47 limn Iii Usu. 1lpiitjwte of the week at Long few nights tvs metropolitan hotel Brandi n. J., was burned a ago. Loos $70,000. Barney Williams the Well know Irish comedian tied recent new York after a protracted illness. He was fifty three years of age. \ John r. Nolan a burglar convicted 01 a he murder of James h. Noe a new York merchant in August last was hanged in that City a few Days ago. Nearly Luhe buildings at the meth Odist summer resort and Camp meeting grounds at Tarentum pa., have been de a toyed by fire. The City National Bank of Chicago impeded a few Days ago. The assets Are stated at about $1,000,000, which it is claimed will More than cover the liabilities. Is Vanteen of the persons implicated in the murder of or. Margary of the British expedition into India Are to be executed Early in May at Brahms in Burma. The Connecticut delegation to the National Republican convention is said Tobe in favor of postmaster general Jewell for the presidency and will present name j to the convention. The Nebraska democratic state convention was held on tue 19th, and chose delegates to the National convention. They were . Among the resolutions adopted was one demanding a return to specie payment As soon As possible. _ a Call has been issued for the Iowa Independent state convention to meet at iks Moines on the Bah of May to select de Leguet to the Greenback National convention at Indianapolis. The i t icons in Greenback convention will Lee held at Madison Siso on the 10th of May. The Lewi slap me savings Bank has suspended owing to a protracted run but it a poets eventually to in full. The Ballou manufacturing company and firm of George Ballou amp son of 5\obn-Soekct, r. Have made an assignment. Liabilities exceed the assets by Between $150,000 and $200,000. Tiros. W. Piper convicted of the Unrur for of Little Mabel Young in the Belfry of Warren Avenue Church Boston is to to Hung it it a the 26th of May. He now says the Little girl lost her life by being caught in a trap door while ascending the Tower and that he had pretended to know nothing As to the cause of her death for fear of being suspected of murdering her. , who is in prison at Philadelphia for complicity in the Charlie rum abduction has been visited by the widow of Mosher the Abductor and entreated to give some Clew to the whereabouts of the boy. He earnestly declared that he knew nothing of the matter. He went into the conspiracy in Hopes of securing a Pari of the Reward but had no direct part the the abduction the labor National convention recently in session at Pittsburgh i a., adopted among others resolutions demanding a Strong protective Tariff declaring in favor of the election of president of the United states by the direct vote of the people demanding foe strict enforcement of the eight hour Law and the enactment by Congress of stringent usury Laws and urging upon the different state Legislatures to pass such apprentice Laws As will insure competent workmen in every Branch of Jap Dusley. F the democratic slate convention of Indiana was held at a Lianopolis on the Mil. The platform adopted contains resolutions calling for the withdrawal of the National Bank notes and the substitution of notes issued by the government and demanding the immediate repeal of the specie resumption act. Congressman j i it. Williams was nominated for governor col. I. P Gray for lieutenant governor judges of the supreme court first District s. H. Buskirk second a. G. Downey third John Pettit fourth James l. Worden Secretary of state John e. Neff auditor e. Henderson treasurer b. C. Shaw attorney Quot general c. A. Buskirk superintendent of Public instruction. H. Smart clerk of supreme court Gabriel 8chmick reporter of supreme court a. N. Martin. Delegates to the National convention were chosen and instructed to vote As a unit. A Resolution was adopted declaring gov. Hendricks to be the unanimous Choice of the convention for president �1c United states. Condensed telegraphic news. Advices have recently been received at new York from Kingston Jamaica to the effect that the revolution in Hayti had been triumphant. Dominique the late presid cd to had fled. Vice president Rameaux and Lequeta the general in command of the government Force had been shot. Biron Cannal who was exiled from the country was then in port a Prince and it was presumed would take charge of the government. The territorial Republican convention of Montana instructed its delegates to the National convention to support the nomination of Blaine for the presidency. A Vienna Telegram of the20th says the foreign ambassadors at constantinople had re Westr amp Ted against bringing troops from Bagdad into Europe on account of the prevalence of the plague to that City. From March 28 to april 1 there were 211 new cases of the disease and 117 deaths in Hillah and Bagdad Ana it had made its appearance on the left Bank of the Tigris. News was received in London on the 20�h, that the natives at Lelogoa Bay in southwestern Africa Hail risen against the British authorities and fears were entertained for the safety of the missions there. A London dispatch of the 20th announces that lord Lyttleton had committed suicide. Reports were received on the 20th of further Indian outrages on the route to the Black Hills. Or. And mrs. Metz of Laramie City were murdered by the indians in red Canon Al out fifty Miles from Custer City on the 16th. A Man by the name of Feim son was also killed and three others were wounded. According to a Ita Gusa dispatch of the 21st, a second attempt to relieve and re Victual Nic Sica made on the Day has signally failed and the 1 turkish army was in full Retreat hotly pursued by the victorious insurgents and in imminent danger of capture or dispersion. Five then named Aarzo Nilson Isham Sealy Gibson Ishun nubble or pious Mcghee and William Leach one negro three Choctaw indians and a White Man were hanged for murder at fort Smith ark., on the 21st. A powder explosion occurred in the Tunnel being excavated in North Glamorgan South Wales on the 22d, causing the roof to fall in and burying All the workmen. During the Forenoon of that Day thirteen dead bodies and a number of wounded had been recovered. The commissioner of internal Revenue on the 22d, by direction of the president wrote to supervisor Hedrick asking resignation. A dispatch was received at Leavenworth kan., on the 22d, stating that on the night of the 20tli a Man and loomed. The roes me Vei Olof the outre it Tuc Tbs the cult of the president was Laid before Jet the Hon Bill to or Fine the men Tod Sod melt liquor to reconsider the vote toy which the Jln a Volt to Coo of inf vote for a entend vice presi Dent was passed was agreed 28 of Quot a \ Hill wee olsted on the Calcador. La House Bills were in trod need for Rawhi Quot fun interest hearing Bonds of the United in United states Consols bearing for per cent Gold interest and having pro de for the coinage of a a a the report in the Florida contested election Case was agreed to and j. <4 Job Jav Betis in. The sergeant at arms reported that be r and obeyed the writ of Hareas Corpus inthe Hurt Kilbourne Case and that the ja4e order Kibo me into the custody of the marshal. Thursday april 20.�?the Senate unan Mon sly passed a Bill Antho Riding the Secretary of the Treasury 1o allow mrs. Minnie Bennan pitch to receive free from duty. The presents from the Khedive of Egypt a Meed menu were offered to the Hill to Mondui. Laws relating to the Legal tender of Silver end. A Jamel to the to thrill were Ettro dated in the Bomse to Grant to Ohio the unsold and a appropriated Public lands in such 8uu Ohmi the Power of court to to Quot la for co enlarge the privilege of the writ of Albeas Eor a gum the Senate and dment to the t consular Mente to the deficiency appropriation Bill were rejected and others were concurred in. A Luzion a adopted Recis re the charges made11� a newspaper report affecting the a a emis Eloa 3 Stiss St Rill. Mind to Milwaukee in 1�i for ? of the ens Tom Laws and the commit tee on expenditures in the a a a Hui a to investigate the matter. There Donafer the Indian Iki Rean Toile War department was taken of and amended. Friday april 21.�?Senate not in fission a Bill was introduced in the Alonse to regulate the privilege of a writ of Aan As Soryu in certain cares. Bills were pmed concern no Corporal ions Erp ged in tic bus Mesa of Dir t hi., to Transfer the in Dan Bureau to the War Der Jet meat 19 to 94�?providing that after the first of july next the Secretary of War Rall supervisory and appellate i a wars a a cd the stir Sii Clion. Now exercised and posses Start by the Secretary of the Interior in regard to Indian affairs. Saturday april 22.�?no session of a die Senate. A Bill was reported front the committee on foreign affairs in regard to citizenship and to define certain rights of Sens in foreign con Nories. And the dunes of Tnp somatic and consular officers. A offered for the Hill reported from committee to Amend the charter of the Freedman s Bank. Monday april 24�?in the Senate the Bills to abolish the office of Hnz visor of inter Nal Revenue and to Amend the Laws relating to the Legal tender of Silver Coin were debated. Or. D recod in c i Jones of Nevad makings 8 i favor of the double Standard of Gold and Silver mosey among the Bills introduced in the House were the following to increase the Cir Culaton of National Hank notes the National Banks from the o��1 Raj a a a a a Hon to liquidate the National debt and to the Public credit a it reorganize the Emvy. Jiu Tion was passed requesting i Risi tent. Alsue Steps As Mav tend to obtain us Early release of a toward 2 anlotuuon1 was imprisonment in a re s Millee Oil. Red for the appointment of n of nine to make examination into the Roan pm ment of the new Orleans t a Toui Litvyn. Eana other Federal offices in that dry h sit in new Orleans during the recess and a to Ikin to suspend Quot the Rales and ids lion was rejected�?14s to 77, less than two thirds a or , or. B . Explanation in regard to Art a ssh con Ecung with the ulious company. Tum Day april 25.-the Senate refused yeas 4, Days 41-to recede from its amendment to the consular and diplomatic appropriation Bill and also insisted on to the deficiency appropriation Bih. Arid on it Renee committees were appointed. Or. M i i Ian was appointed on the a i a Cir a c01�1 0� investigate the Mississippi ejection 1n or Oglesby excused. Or. Jones a Unciul u form Rubw the Huer coi. Flu in a up so i committee of the Snoie consider two Ami amended the legis Liiv it Bill. The chairman of the impeachment or. 1��1 presented a Rej Uoder to St demurrer filed bar a retard by Elk Nan. The night of the 2011. A Man nil , an d �?o�7mw a so three children were murder etl at a place the a Creary of the Senate it in to me. _ a. By Tho indians that the Senate has jurisdiction in the cd Ion go Inion Ocman of % r 01 e Publ tubes telegrams from some Poi at i Illnois lad Lipa Richiger Ohio Sod Pennsylvania where the bulk of the Winter wheat is grown showing the condition of the growing crops of Winter wheat and fruit. According to these dispatches Illinois promises Well. In a few counties the wheat threatens to prove a failure but by far the majority of the Rel parts Are encouraging. Peaches were is Jared by the cold spell during March but apples and nearly All varieties of Small fruit look Well and Promise an abundant yield. Michigan and Pennsylvania report excellent Proa neti for All kinds of crop. In some Parta of the latter state peaches and Turly apples have suffered but not seriously Michigan however expects a plentiful yield All round in Indiana the Winter and Spring have proved unfavourable Tor Winter wheat and peaches but up Flam and Saml fruits appear to be thriving. Reports from Ohio Are to the effect that wheat is badly damaged except or Well drained Bottom lands and a cad cad Stoid of All kinds of fruit is est 100 Miles from Custer City by the indians. The authorities at fort Leavenworth were believed to be in Possession of information which if made Public would Stop All emigration to the Black Hills a great trouble from the indians was apprehended. The news Frem the seat of the Indian troubles in the big Horn country we As to the effect that Tho cheyennes had broken up into Small bands Tor marauding purposes. It was reported at Quot Cairo Egypt on the 24th, that the egyptian army was retiring from Abyssinia. In the 24th, the hungarian ministers tendered their resignations to the emperor in consequence of the disinclination of the austrian government to consent to the establishment of a hungarian National Bank. The tto sror refused to accept to Weir resignations and directed a conference with the hungarian liberals. A Washington Telegram of the 24th says Gen. Belknap had written a letter to a Friend denying in positive terms that he had made any confession whatever concerning the charges against relative to the fort Sill Post Trade . His counsel on the 24th, filed with Secretary Gorham a rejoinder to the replication of the House in the impeachment matter. He denies that he was Secretary of War until after a committee of the House had investigated official conduct. He also alleges that or. Clymer had stated to on the Lotof March that unless he Belknap should resign position a Secretary of War before noon the be Day he Clymer would move impeachment in the House that he Belknap yielded to the intimation thus Given that he might by resigning avoid a protracted trial before the Senate. This alleged agreement on the part of the chairman of the investigating committee it is urged should Stop the House from prosecuting the impeachment. Immense Radical demonstration of in Paris on the 25th, on the coca of the funeral of the of Louis Blanc. Over 200,000 persons participated in the ceremonies. The emperor of Brazil and suite arrived in san Francisco on the evening of the 25th. To avoid any demonstration on arrival car was detached from the train at Pleasanton and run into the City half an hour ahead of the regular time. The theater Des arts and several adjoining buildings in Rouen France were burned on the 25th. Several lives were lost and Many persons were seriously inured. A Telegram from Omaha on the 2oth says orders had been issued to the commanding officer at fort Laramie to As far As possible protect travellers Between that Point and Custer City but Force was inadequate to the task other than occasional scouting parties. Serious trouble was apprehended from Loving Small bands of indians who will a not attack Large Well armed parties. Effect a a est Al . he fore it and that. It the defendant had not an Sweryd uie Trucie of a my manner denied the s inae. The House Pray Aye it thereon according to Law. Resident Grant a salary veto message. A a cd a the following is the message of president Grant vetoing a a an act fax maj the salary of the president of the Init Tel states to the Senate of the United states herewith i return Senate Bill no. 1�?~&Quot,�?~ tiled a an act fixing the salary of the i real Dent of the United states a without my a it Nova i am constrained to this course from a sense of duty to my successors in office to myself and to what is due to the dignity of s a us a Al chief Nav on of More than forty millions of Pfoh when the salary of the 1 so Sineat of the United states was fixed by a Tito too at 15,600 per annul we were a nation or but three millions of people poor from a Long and expensive War without Commerce or manufactures with but few wants and those cheaply supplied. The salary must then have been deemed Small for the responsibilities and dignity of the position but justifiably so from the impoverished cd Dixon of the Treasury and the simplicity it As desired to cultivate in the Republic tie salary of congressmen under the const to Uon was fixed at $6 per Day for the time actually in session an average of about 120 Days to each session or $790 per year a than one thirtieth of the salary of the president. Congressmen have it legislated upon their own salaries from time to time until finally it reached $5.000 per Ankum or one fifth that of the president before the salary of the latter was increased. No one having a knowledge of the co t i living at the National capital will contend that the present salary of c�d8nitj�?�ki too High unless it be the intention to make the office one entirely of Honor when the ssh sry should be abolished a proposition Repuk rant to our Republican ideas and to�1.1-Tuuon. I do not believe the citizens of this Republic desire their Public to serve them without a fair compensation for their scr Vicea. The sum of 135,000 does not defray the expenses of tic executive for one year Hor Baa no to my experience. 11 is now ont fifth in Var Etoliah it was when fixed by the Constitution in supplying demands and w having no personal interest in this a actor i have Felt Iky self free to return Thia Bill to 11 an in copy urged e Kef lob of toll it originated with my Obj sections bettering that in doing so i meet the Wlaton and judgment of the great major Ity of those who indirectly a it a and a the it expenses of doing so 1 meet the Grea. Pay All the Sala the government. U. S. Grant. Executive mansion april is. Ip7t>. A Light Tot. It had been mild and Spring like for Throe Day and Nian people believed Spring had surely come. The business More Tria a a Blacksmith in Humboldt county a cmt., offered self As Butoi for a part soar off till use next term Worth �500 above a Iii egg apr recorder a Why or i hold in a it la a to to $500 wit Hovi Cool Fil j a a the court is Sto Teffer Toto the Ball re plod to be Jordar a. Hau careful in Hus banded Mieir Wood at the store and made it last untl1 this mild time approached were Jank Ful. It would not be necessary to buy More Wood this Spring they thought. This was the situation at a Cervin Busu Ness place on the Avenue. Butt Isis Michigan and uie weather changed. The proprietor and clerks endured the change for a Day or two when a Black eyed clerk arranged a plan which a a throw out Light but not warmth on the situation. When toe to dinner the ingenuous assistant cleaned out the stove placed Thwe Inis lighted it and put a Shade thereon then lie placed himself in front of toe stove forty fourth Congress. Wednesday april 19.-in the Senate j sit Tunc As a Cornot Imp Nehmat the manag Aref of tha mensa Peana to a thar answer adopted Byl too Boom to toe Potenec toe is saas tha answer sasr�isiu6rtstft5sl Michigan 8tatb nbw8. On the 18th, at Raad rapids the Daugette of j. H. Poisson aged Twive Yeto from the roof of a four Story building tog ground a distance of fifty feet breaking of Arm four times and inflicting injuries Fri pm which she will probably die. Bast an Morris a boy who lost a Filp recently at grand rapids by being ran Over by Railroad cars died from lockjaw on toe 18th. I in the course of a quarrel a few Dap since at Detroit Between Joseph he tech it Saloon keeper and the latter St a on the head with a stick of Wood flirting injuries from which he died Twenty four hours. Mrs. Netsch was rested an held to answer to the charge murder. Bhe does not deny the killing says she did it in Telf do Fonse. On the 17th. Orestes a. Browns a Tor years the noted editor of the Quarter of View in new York died St Detroit. He a distinguished theologian. The ice in the Straits on the 19th, wet ported to be about on the Point of up. It was very Rotten and it i the first heavy Torns Barnit Smith a Young a Man of slate ii was instantly killed at Allegan a few Day since. He was drawing manure when the team took fright and ran away throwing off the Wagon both wheels passing Over body breaking neck and otherwise injuring . A co Lokke woman named Elisa Casman quarrelled with an Indian woman named Lizzie Moffat in Detroit on the 30th, and stabbed her in the Abdomen with a pocket knife inflicting fatal wounds. James Snodgrass of Little traverse and parted some time since. On the 20th, Snodgrass shot or. Mcgregor father in Law the Ball taking effect in left Side and making a very dangerous wound. N. W. Clark Well known throughout Michigan and in scientific circles throughout the country As an advanced and the inventor of some improved methods of hatching fish died at Home in Wayne county on the 17th. Prof. Watson of the University has lately discovered a new planet its position is Rigler ascension 18 hours 29 minutes declination 11 degrees 47 minutes South. Its motion is retrograde one minute daily in right ascension and North two minutes daily in declination. John Henning of Greenfield seventy years old Hung Lii self on the 20th. Domestic troubles Are said to have induced tha deed. William out Man of Detroit shot himself with a revolver on the 21st. He had been partially insane for some weeks and constantly threatened suicide. The cause obis derangement dates from a Suu Strok three years ago. The ticket office at Fyfe Lake was burglarized a few nights ago. One Hundred dollars in Cash belonging to the company and clothes of tire Gwit amounting to $200 stolen. In excavating the ruins of the fort Street Detroit presbyterian Churell lately burned several Hundred volumes of the valuable Library of the pastor or. Pierson have been found uninjured. Peter la Barry is the oldest a a Teton Lake Superior Region. He uves at la Pointe and is upward of 104 years old the Eastern gentlemen to whom War awarded the contract for building the Marquette a Mackinaw Railroad have decided not to accept the same and the. Work will have to tic let again. Fort Mackinaw will be reinforced at the opening of navigation by a company of the Twenty second United states infantry now at socket to Sharbor. Many improvements Are contemplated at and about the fort the coming season. Levi Brothers of grand rapids extensive dealers in clothing hats and Caps made an assignment on the 19th.-r liability a estimated at $0,000. Kingsbury amp Bennett dealers in Coal at grand rapids made an assignment on the 24th. Seth Tucker a wealthy Farmer of Rand rapids township aged seventy Cut Throat four times with a razor on the morning of the 24th, inflicting presumably fatal wounds. Proe. 8. H. Douglass of the Michigan University has lately brought suit for libel against the Ann Arbor courier in which he claims damages of $$0,000 for the injury done Good name by the courier in its comments upon the late Laboratory Devalca i on for some time past numerous Petty robberies have been perpetrated in Saginaw City and the Effort of the police until recently have been unavailing in detecting the perpetrators. A few Days ago a Man named Fred Schultz who lives just opposite the City on what is known As the sawdust Road while in a state of drunkenness disclosed enough to Lead to the suspicion that he one of a gang implicated in the robberies. Schultz was arrested and in a number of shanties in neighbourhood a Large Quan-1 Uty of stolen articles were found. Reports from the Central and Southern portion of the lower Peninsula indicate an abundant wheat Harvest. At East Saginaw recently two Young men named James Johnson and John Flack were arrested in the act of passing counterfeit Money. In their Possession was found $240 in counterfeit and $255 in genuine National Bank currency. The counterfeits were All five Dollar notes on the merchants Bank of new Bedford mass., and pronounced by the Bank officers a dangerous. The latest reports from Detroit give the following As the current prices for leading Staples Barley no. 2, per Cental $1.75<� 1.80 butter per la 20@25.-, cheese per in 12@13c Corn per by 54 f@56 tic White Winter $5.75 �i�.50 Amber $5.50@ 5.75 Rye $4.50<�5.75 cattle per Cental $3.75 85.00 dogs $7.40@7.70 sheep $5-00 @5.75 Oats mixed per to. S7 �87>ie White 40k@40xc pork per Bra $226 @22.50 Rye per by 73@75c wheat no. I White per by $1.18>4@1j19 Amber $1.97 4 31.28. Were Happy in their rags not the Lack of Comfort ser which Are indispensable to the i my at to White Man. The first i a a a i feb called a number of youths i i a Circle around a Small Cedar i a was set up in the Center of the Cir-1 Brush and commencing a Low i chant placed shoulder to m and moved with regular step i ithe tree keeping time to the chant i i Fec. Gradually the Circle be-1 and children fall-1 Mil and taking up the refrain of wit till at the time of the departure party about nine of clock p. M.,1 fifty indians were engaged in the a this dance or Fandango As the a Call it is held in Celebration of Khz of Spring being a sort of a iving for the disappearance of the cd cold and toe Advent of Nail i 81. It is a solemn business for or i and he goes at it in dead Earnest Haile or laugh disturbing coup a Turin is to Gnu. The few Tore a Benin a a an Indian Draa aed m Hli it cd Etyeme which some White i worn at one of the masquerades Al Ujj the wearer Fott it melt Dom Pedro. Of Brasil at arrival of Tea by Peir hew new York papers of the Leith give lengthy accounts of the reception at that port of Dott Pedro toe brazilian emperor from which we take the following the brazilian Steamer Levelius having on Board the emperor Dom Pedro and the Empress arrived in new York on the 15th. Secretaries fish Robeson and Taft received the Royal party on behalf of the president going Down the Bay in the Loop of War Alert to meet the Steamer. The emperor received the deputation in the Gangway surrounded by the other passengers of the Steamer. After a formal introduction. Secretary fish delivered a Short address of Welcome As follows a a the president of the United states has deputed the Secretary of War the Secretary of state and the Secretary of toe Navy accompanied by the vice Admiral of the Navy and a major general of toe army to congratulate your majesty upon your arrival on our shores and i toe Safe termination of your Voyt a a a Sasin in wring bin to by age land to tender Welcome and tip at of the the United Sites on the Occa nearly two years afterwards that on the motion of my. Lepe Ueller a cd a Lnu Fargeon a decree was issued declaring that the Mode of capital should be by decapitation. Even then the merits and demerits of the it he sword and the falling knife were left n abeyance. In March 1792, the Assembly sought the advice of or. Antoine Louis a celebrated surgeon and Secretary of the Paris College of surgeons. He explained scientifically How far the various Decani Taring instruments acted like knives and How us like scissors and expressed himself decidedly in favor of a chopping machine. He showed that the idea of Sulci a machine was by no Means a new one. An italian Book by Achille Bocchi dated 1555, gives an engraving of an it Jan Nobleman being beheaded a heavy Blade suspended by cords from a Cross bar at the top of a Frame is represented As falling on the neck of the victim the machine was called a manna for manna a. In 1632 some such apparatus was employed in Languedoc for decapitating due Henri de Montmorenci. It was also ascertained that Scotland in the North and Persia in the East had employed machines bearing a resemblance to this. Among the strange scenes of the French try a toe least strange the end of it few eat a a a Pidiry of lightning bit resounding pelts Between the shoulder no Flike a Bass drum a Epli 8�<�?~lbh-h-h gosh la be roared a a in a stabbed in subbed pm and without waiting to Dick up hat fled shrieking kit while it a Niani he a into the House crying Dolphus is a both and Swo Omri Tutje Pale faced Man and nothing but shrunk still further Back into the Shadow and thrust handkerchief into tub to stifle a smile. Pretty soon be knew toe voice of Bis daughter Artrea at toe a raft saving Good night. But a Rich Many voice detained her and the swing of the Gate was heard in the uts Tance. Soon he heard Lorenzo say As he made read to climb upon the Gate a a but whatever of sorrow May await our future dear one i would it might fall upon me a and just As he lifted last toot from the ground the trap opened and the gaunt Arm reached out and fell upon with that big Knob four times and every tune it reached Lorenzo shrieked. A a bleeding heart of mercy mercy or. Man of murder a and As he Unble Iby in the Starlight to a fear axe Tea fled wildly to ills. Is though he were a hirer _ facts Art Dutches. The manufacture of shoe pegs a Massachusetts Industry but now carried on beyond the limits of the state for want of material there consumes annually 100,000 oods of White Birch wort i $1,000,060. The United capital of the companies a in nov in Mon with water amounts 4sv. In. In the United states Are nearly 8,000 establishments in which menus clothing is made. These employ 47,000 males above sixteen 59,000 females above fifteen and a us below these Ages in All lip in. It the la Luc last return 1872there were in operation in the United Stales 65,000 Miles of Telegraph which destroyed in their construction 2,600,000 Trees for poles while the a Anual repairs must Call for some 250,-000 More. At least 1,450,000 Ewerds of Wood principally Pine were required to bake the 2 899,383,000 bricks which the census of 1879 gives As the number made in that year requiring the Cotting off the Trees 36 000 acres. Recent census in India prepared by government with great care Rcw is 225,000 protestant christians. Thire is an increase of sixty one per cent Dur tits the last ten years while the natural growth of the population has been but five psf cent. Thebe Are forty two Calico print works in the United states eleven of them Are in Massachusetts nine in Rhode Island seven in Pennsylvania five in new Jersey four in new York three in new Hamm Shire and one each in Iowa Maine and we St Virginia. The average consumption of rails in France during the past ten years amounts to 150,000 tons per annul of which 60 tons were required by a few lines and the remaining 90,00q tons in replacing worn fut rails. On so sent of toe a of juju of steel rails it is computed that 40,000 toot per wept to Whf suffice is Hilare. Tub failures throughout the United states for the first Quarter of 1876 Gore reate the snug Little total of $ >6,644?Loo. They number 2,806. Compared with the same Quarter in 1875, in Whiteh the num Ber was 1,733, with liabilities of $38,000,-000, the increase is pc marked amounting to 1,073 in number and $26,0uu,0uu in forests of Europe Are eat i mated As being 500,000,900 acres to extent. In North America 1,490.000,000 a of re covered with tree of which area 900,000, 000 Are in British North America. In South America Foreste occupy 700,000, a a. Pc suit your coat a a a the emperor simply expressed thanks for the reception Given. And seemed More disposed to enter into a Friendly conversation with the Meliers of the party than to make any kind of official response. He asked for Gen. Sherman whom he said he desired very much to see and was informed that he unavoidably detained by military duties in the West. A a a a remarked the emperor a a Gen. Hancock too name is Well known in connection with the War.1 Llis majesty Iben Shook hands warmly with Gen. Hancock and subsequently the members of the deputation were presented to the Empress in the main Saloon. Upon returning to the deck Secretary fish informed the emperor that the Sloop of War Alert was in waiting to convey and the Royal party to the City but the emperor politely declined the invitation and reiterated in a pleasant Way sentiments in regard to a Public demonstration stating that it was desire to be regarded Only in the Light of a private individual and exp a using warmest thanks for the t and feeling which prompted the Softich i reception. The Cabinet ministers. Price Admiral Rowan . Hancock and the other officers of toe party then went on Board the steam tug in waiting and were taken off to the Alert which proceeded to the Battery amid ringing salutes. The emperor chatted pleasantly with those on Board and seemed to create the most favourable impression by apparent gentleness and a ostentatious manner. He acres. The pro port the whole area of eur Guillotin and also with the a Cut Ioner Sanson. Banson specially urged that if All executions henceforth were to be by beheading a machine would be greatly needed As he distrusted owe Power of using the sword or the axe so frequently and so accurately As would be necessary. After hearing All the explanations and suggestions the Assembly passed a decree for the use of a decapitation machine in substitution of the Halter the axe the sword and the various instruments of torture such As the rack. One Schmidt a German musical instrument maker residing at Paris was taken into Council and he Guillotin Louis and Sanson settled among them the details of the machine. Nay there was even a fifth adviser. The King always fond or lock making and Amateur engineering requested to have the designs shown to and he suggested an improvement which was practically adopted. A Sura of 5,500 francs was paid for the machine constructed for the National Assembly by Guidon the Carpenter. An attempt was made to give the name of Louisette or Louison to it in Honor of the Learned doctor but the name Guillotine had been current in the Public mind for two or three years and nothing could supplant it although or. Guillotin certainly never sought to have memory thus perpetuated. The apparatus was first tried in decapitating the dead bodies of three men and some live animals at the prison of the Bietre. Or. Rim of Liis Felt hat info a a a a my Force haad kerchief sad hugged himself in Placid co tent. Pretty soon the Many a fifth daughter came Home from a party and she too perched on the Gate. And in a foment or two Alphonso said a a but my own Miriam would i could Tell you what i feel a but be did no to for just As he leaned upon the Gate the gaunt Arm reached out and Felt with about seventy five pounds of Iron and knocked breath so far out of that he shriek unto he had run half a mile from the House. And Miriam ran into the House screaming that Alphonzo had a fit. And toe Pale faced Man Rose up out of the Shadow and emptied Mouth and As he stood under pounds a look of ineffable peace stole Over the Pale face and the smile that rested on the quiet features told that the struggle of a Lite time was ended in Victory and a Gate had been discovered Fiat could see of thoughtless Hawk Eye. Ion of Forest land to Europe is computed St Twenty per cent. To America Twenty one. Supposing Thon Fere Twenty per cent to be the proportion in Asia an cd and Australia the grand total a toe world cover a mgt Ace of 7,734,000 geographical a Grecia tribute tit memory. Or. Howe the King of Greece has sent the following letter occasioned by the death of or. Howe to the greek Consul at Bodon and the latter has conveyed it to mrs. Julia Ward Howe a a the Demic m or. Howe one of the most ardent and distinguished Phil hellenes whose name has been identified with the regenerate to of Greece caused not to me but to All the member of the greek government the most profound sorrow and emotion the same sentiment has been shared and manifested on this occasion by the press and people Ftp Greece who have thus borne a worthy testimony to the gratitude and a pc Catlon which the country undoubtedly owes to toe departed Phil Hellene old in years into always Young in Fervour and enthusiasm. Or. Howe came to our country to youth during toe great struggle of 1821. Having then taken part in the conflict which a five Freedom to our nation he did not hesitate in advanced Are to revisit the soil of Greece during to tax amp Eun it Rurrie of 1866, Newrn no after a interval of forty years to Brin Relief Tad Comfort tothe hungry and Nake woman it Ltd children of the heroic Island. For Ihssen reasons entirely approving the Graceful manner in which at the funeral it that distinguished Phil Hellene you As the official representative of Greece gave expression to the National feeling for death we beg you to communicate More distinctly to family toe profound sorrow of the greek government for the loss of so eminent a Man making known to them also the sympathy evinced by the people of Greece in the bereavement sustained bar inquired particularly about the poet Longfellow and spoke in affectionate terms of the memory or prof. Agassiz with whom be was personally acquainted and who had formerly visited in Brazil. Shortly before Obrec o clock the Levelius steamed slowly up to the City and after rounding the Battery proceeded to her wharf in Brooklyn. In a very Short time the Imperial party were ready to move. The Empress then appeared and took a affectionate leave of the ladies who had journeyed with her. A Carriage with a team of White horses was soon occupied by the illustrious travellers who at Onoe prodded across Fui ton ferry and up Broadway to toe fifth Aveck hotel. A a in an interview with a new work tier Aid reporter the emperor gave programme As follows i will go from new Stork to san Francisco by the Pacific railway and return Overland. It is my wish to visit All the states. I will go to California before the opening of the Philadelphia exhibition but will return in time to be present at the ceremony of the opening. My object is to pass Offir the Plains before the hot weather conies will stay in san Francisco five Days to visit All toe Points of interest in the City. On my return i will visit Niagara Montreal and toe Mississippi. I want to see the chief centers of Industry to learn something that May be of use to my country when i return. I will eave new York on the 12th of july by the Gunari line for England where i will stay some learning of the arrival of the emperor in new York president Grant immediately caused the following dispatch Tobe forwarded which was delivered to the emperor Early saturday evening be fore he went to the theater. Washington april 1\ 1876. Louis after seeing the Efficacy of the in i mention tested in this Way died just before the terrible Days of the revolution 1 a Gate had been discover at be at naught the Ondres Sithes Ess Young came on and was therefore denied the pleasure or spared the pain whichever it might Beof seeing the Guillotine employed As the most dread of political instruments. The drat victim Wras an Ordinary Crimea Nal a highwayman named Nicholas Jacques Pelletier who was guillotined on the 25th of april 1792 a popular notion prevails that m. Guillotin himself fell a victim to the machine which be had suggested nay that he was it that victim such was not the Case he was m prison As a a a suspect during the later Daja of tha terror but the fall of it Ohea Pierre occurred just in the Nick of Tunc and m. Guillotin survived to the Days of the consulate and the Empire. He wrote a portion of autobiography marked by the omission of All notice of much regretted suggestion of a beheading Harper s Bazar. The sagacity of sheep dogs. F. The follow ing remarkable instance of the sagacity of Colley dogs was related to the writer by Charles Hancock esq., the celebrated animal Painter. Or. Hancock a a a was once staying with lord Kin Naird at scat in Scotland when lordship expressed a wish that i should Sec some of prize sheep fetched up As quickly As he could. Ali Shepherd whistled when a Fine old sheep dog appeared before and seated on Hind Quad Seribner for May contains the Nathan Bmith Tver Light beat. Boon the turned picked up the paper draw�1cheirj near the stove Antoff us a Uto a fire feel Gooda a r l by. Lire in toe move had a toed of Wood to toe cellar but up to toil time the proprietor a it Ltha blackened boy have had Noju venation about toe Midi sep mum. I a the leading men of both part ii to have air Ned an agree Lisembe to foce for a to year to toe candidates for gift Jaffin a a to by take tit a inf Tolj i a Pinte Fandt Fogo. I a tarty of ladies and gentlemen of this i City made a visit last a vening to the Spring Fandango of the piste tribe of indians which is now to Progress. Th�8 a indians were found encamped in a Circle i formed by piling up Brush and at us Stime of the arrival of the party dancing lot having yet commenced Theja Imren i of the Sage Brush were distributed within ithe Circle in various picturesque groups a the Camp seemed to be subdivided into a several smaller Camps in some of which j games of cards were in Progress int i others toe braves were sitting. Rouill Small Sagebrush fire a a station the Light of the fire Jwj mob i Dued glow to the various coloured we eel i and toe pointed faces of the indians and 8 _ a t a a Juk Smi a frs Nam fifi Tsu a Patent Gate a novel invention. And useful Sibrir faction in learning of the Safe arrival of she great and Good Friend Dom de Alcantara in the United state and extends to a sincere and Friendly Welcome on i own behalf and on behalf of the pp1� John l. Gadwala Ijar acting Secretary of state. Dom Pedro is of commanding stature being six feet three inched High strongly built and Well proportioned. His manner is extremely winning and gracious and Bis kindness of heart and Strong love of ustice have secured the enthusiastic Ove of subjects. A Ife size photo graph of the Emp ror will be placed on exhibition at the Centennial. The Guillotine. Joseph Ignace go Melotin lived to deplore own ingenuity to venting or suggesting a machine which beside being effects Ive or. Smiths patient. A paper on a a Bowdoin Coil bored follow anecdote of or. Nathan a Mito a a a or. Smiths name is especially eminent to toe profession and gave to the school at toe outset a prominence Winch lit has never lost. An incident shows of what stuff or. Smith we Mode. When he began career As a medical profit a at Dartmouth certain individuals it ounce a practical joke which it was expected would entirely demoralize the Young instructor a messenger summoned Hun to set a broken limb but on Reachie toe House the doctor found that the Parent i was a Goose whose leg had been broken by Somi Sharp shooting a a a friends of the a a patients the doctor beat a Hasty Retreat but he i gravely examined the fracture jul Fol lease a zip m a ill i 11 Quot univ so a i if Iid bound the limb promised Toj a a a text Day Oad Baumm Matt evening. The doctor duly a Quot Quot ithe morning and a a for the immediate purpose intended was the result of a really kind feeling. The Stern irony of Fate occasion ally Reward inventors in this Way. Born in 1738, of Guillotin received a medical training be became a physician of much repute and was chosen profp�1q1,l of the French universities. In 1789, when France was beginning to feel the fir8t throes of the revolution. Guillotin was elected member of toe National Assembly and took scat among the liberals or reformers. To proposed a Resolution declaratory that capital punishment ought to Bear no relation to the rank of the culprit that when a criminal is condemned to death for any crime whatever the Mode of execution should be the same whether he were peer or peasant. Gon into a few words the Resolution a red a a that crime of the same kind to be punished in toe same Way whatever May be the rank of the criminal. Until then Nobles and privileged persons when condemned to death had the Honor of being decapitated either by the axe or toe sword whereas the common people were left to the tender mercies of a Hempen rope. Or. Guillotin at the a my time a drop owed a second Resolution. He wished o save the unhappy beings from Dit ional punishment arising from the uncertainty nervousness or clumsiness of toe executioner whether axe Man or swordsman. He cited historical incidents in which two three. Evn More cute were Given by the axe or the sword to head of toe miserable sufferer was finally severed from the body. He pro nose Dodo away a like with the Gibbet Stew Wand the axe and to substitute a decapitating machine in which a Sharp heavy knife should descend on the neck Keeline ured that a Pale faced anxious looking Man who looks As though he supped with sorrow every week lives out on Nortu Lii ii with and seven Lovely Blooming daughters. He has with All these seven Lovely daughters Only one front Gate and that is what makes Pale. Last sum. Merhe spent $217 repairing that front Gate putting in new ones and experimenting with various kinds of in Evand after All that the Gate swung All through the Winter on a leather strap and a piece of clothes line and there was peace in the household and the Man grew fat. But when the april Days were nigh it soon became apparent to the Man that troubles were at hand and anxiety soon drove the roses from damask Cheeks and robbed ribs of their substance. He used to climb Over lire Back Fence to avoid calling attention to the diary notable looking of Gate but self denial was of no Avail. One evening eldest daughter Sophron do a a i i that horrid old Gate is the most disgusting thing on this can to afford to have it fixed i d take away and put up a Stile. And a Only groaned but an evening or so later youngest daughter Elfrida came in and said with considerable we spa i wish you had that beastly old Gate tied to your neck that a what i slut and she dissolved in tears and Evascu rated up stairs in a misty Cloud while her Sisters followed a lowly Cream a reproachful looks at a. And the next evening third a augite Azalea came bouncing into the room about 90 a it. Before my Ami a. Ters evidently awaited orders. What passed bet Eesa the Shepherd and the dog i know not but the faithful creature manifestly understood instructions. A a a do you believe that the dog will brine the sheep to us out of your flout i a a a wait awhile and you will see a said lordship. A a a the dog now to sorted off toward the Sheen at the same time giving a so Kniffi cant bark which immediately called Forth two younger sheep dogs to join in the Mission. Accustomed As i was to the remarkable sagacity of Colley dogs. Ii was amazed at what now took place. Of one Side of the Hill was a River on the other Side a dense Forest. One of the younger dogs on arriving at the foot of for Bill turned to the left wlm be the other darted off to the right hand. The former stationed himself Between the Sheen and a a River while the latter stood sheep and the Forest. The cd dog now darted Foto the Middle of the flock Wnm the sheep scamper Ltd right and left but were kept at Bay by the two watchers. The old dog speedily singled out the particular sheep desired Ana in a few minutes the three dogs were quietly driving them toward us. A a within about an hour of receiving inc instructions the dogs brought the sheep up to the door of the mansion a and the tk8 their Little joke bad Cost them dearly. The Levai headed prof Emor escaped fur to psf a jute about this sifts Oft of to year i Ftp Tuffil Wmma Kwa if Effim that Thor gov Boito Wuu j Ftp mtg of Ifft a stood a Teddy be Felt during s Sope Stoa be a As quite carried i away by i subject and said Colly a a i could Cut off your head with my i machine in the twinkling of Eye Wiroj lout your suffering toe Quot the National Assembly on receiving a ssh a a a with her a a ova in a condition to indicate 1 that she had been Pattingfed-1 with some Energy that if Pawl no feel ing other people had and she wished she was dead she did and she hop that the next time a went out of that Tel of Gate head fall Clear from Aroh Street to toe a Bridge so she did. And she broke Down and disappeared with a Sta Catto a com a Pani ment of sobs and Siffles. And the next time a went out of that i found it prostrate Between the two postal and saw that the fragile 8trandsoftht clothes line had parted under some extra i Ordinary pressure and that was what tailed azaleas gloves. Pay nothing for it but a new the Ana be aloud As he viewed the dreary i of furan skiing Gates to rapport i Itoe Manly forms of the Best Young men i i of Burlington for another a a mme he of tendered and pondered and be became the confidant of carpenters g he was often seen guiltily Itala Plana and drawings to blacksmiths a and cunning workers in Iron and tee Eli a and in due time he bad a Newgate up a massive Gate with great posts Imen Ted and substantial and the seven sister a Tel plea and. They Retel in toe a Little Bree a la Patent was applied for the words j i 130 pounds a but they did no to know Ubati lit Ernnt until last evening. I last evening toe weather in gently Cool to be bracing admitted Etta Tel of the new Gate. A murmur of voices 1 arose from the Vicinity of that popular i lovers Retreat u soph onto in a Micro on its heavy Frama. To crib 1 a Man mho held hand upon berti�?ofkt�?Tn2.� 1 crop ebb a in a dark Corner of the porch i heard Rodolphus say 1 me Sophrowia a Georgia phenomenon. One of the wonderful Phenomena of toe country and of which very Little to known even to those who have spent their lives almost within its very Shadow is Rich Hill located it Crawford county about twelve Miles from this or Gray Andrews one of toe oldest citizens of a this county gave us some i uterus Ting information which we would like to give our readers had we the time and snacks. The Hill abounds in specimens <4 pure Limestone rocks tusks and limb Bones of monster wild animals like the Mastodon together with toe remains of extinct Genera and species of smaller quadrupeds shells and other Conilio logical curiosities of the great deep consisting of petrified fish Bones Mol 1ugen.eitennett, a Northern Large quantities of Lime from these forma Toni Twenty Floc year a for commercial on top it covers nearly theft in a Cre it a there i. A farm with gentleman living there far above Neigi Iborg in Lee Sarron Ling Coo try. The Hill can be seen for Miles and it m said that on a very Clear Day smoke arising from dwellings and machine shops in the City of Macon can be seen very easily. Fort Valley go Mirror. A for the first time since Washington s death an administration approx toes its close without there being one sex tres deut alive usually there have been two or three or four. _ heart a idol be Wren the touche�6s rude Hotd of tip a a be began Theta Tel be leaned for srssvsiss5. Essm amp of ssh tub markets. How York april a 18 live Stock cattle. Jujj sheep. Flour Good to Cholee .5.�o wheat no. It jews 1-ffi corny westerm mixed a Oats Western mixed. Ryk. Pork me. Lard a teem. Cheese. Wool Domestic fierce. Choc too. Buji Yaffi Cuce. Good. Me tsp. Hogs Light. A heavy. Sheep Good Chela. Butski Ocholee yellow a Good. Egg a fresh a. Floum Chokee Winter. C Dolce Spring. Patent. A Crains wheat. No % Birring. Cora no. A. Rye it a. Barley no. 2. Pore Mee. Lard

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