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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 5, 1876, South Haven, MichiganCurrent paragraphs. Epitome of the week. I Rak fee Ltd Tiu tii hed hungarian St amp Tesin amp a it dead. I the Nebraska state fair will be old this year at Lincoln commencing Betteys. The enactment known As the a a regt Ian Law Haa been repealed by the Ohio legislature. Fri a a a i at a recent consistory in Rome the Pope nominated Tyrenty to Bishops two of w Hom were nominated for the l United states. The Bill to give women a right to vote it municipal elections was recently Defeated. By a Small majority in the Ontario can legislature. A Foo Roox solicitor Illiam Smith has been arrested upon the charge of appropriating Large amount of Money belonging in clients stated to be $750,-000. F he key. Starkweather a member of Congress from died in Washington on the morning of the 38th, �>1 pneumonia. He was about fifty a a oars of age. The japanese commissioners to the Centennial a. Kunst m. Shin a t. Yama son ii. Shibata and s. T. Tawara recently arrived at ban Francisco where they would remain fir a few Days. The British government has ordered a Steamer to proceed to tie station at Loanda on the West coast of Africa and bring to England Lieut. Cameron and party who have recently made the transit of the african continent. Condensed telegraphic news. Rev. John res sex. Of Detroit Secretary of the National committee of the prohibitionists has issued a Call fora convention to be held at Cleveland May 17, Tor the nomination of president and vice president of the United Sites every Sute being entitled to two delegates Tor every member it sends to Congress. A Keck it Vienna special says committees had been formed in seven Servian skies including Belgrade having for their avowed object the dethrone ment of Prince Milan. The bavarian minister of War has been stringently admonished from Berlin to discontinue the exemption from conscription hitherto accorded to priests and to exp logical students. The London daily Neto of the 2�th states that writs had Lieen served on Gen. Schenck the american minister Albert Grant and others known As the promoters of the Emma mining company. The National woman a suffrage association assembled in annual convention at Washington on the 27th, mrs. J. Gage presiding. The proceedings were opened with prayer by Rcv. Olympia Brown. Fred Douglass made a speech in favor of i woman suffrage. J a number of the parties indicted in a Milwaukee for whisky frauds plead guilty a on the 20th, having withdrawn their form Jer pleas of not guilty. Senator Patterson of South Carolina was advised on the 20th that the Secretary of state had issued certificates to Moses land Whipper As circuit judges of that i state and that the latter would be sworn in under this certificate at the proper time. These Are the two men whom gov. Hour. The building was shattered the Walls crumbling in with the my Volley and injuring six firemen but none seriously. During the explosion the greatest consternation prevailed and several families procured 4ragong and moved away from the neighbourhood. A Madrid dispatch of the 81st ult. Says Spain had intimated to great Britain that it had undertaken to wipe out the Carlist in ten Days after which it would Tum its attention to the disposition of the cuban insurgents. A recent Rome dispatch says the \ Tainan had instructed Cardinal Sim oui the papal Nuncio to quit Madrid if the government assents to an approval by the Cortes of the clause of the proposed Constitution relating to the Liberty of worship. 1 six horse thieves among whom were three desperadoes of tuft Frontier named Hutchinson Cox and connaughty were recently hanged in Solomon Valley Kansas by a vigilance committee. A the jury in the trial at a a. Louis of William Mckee one of the proprietors of the Globe Democrat of complicity in the whisky frauds returned a verdict of guilty on the night of the 31st ult., after several hours deliberation. The scottish National Rifle club has resolved to accept the Challenge of the american team to shoot for the w orld s championship. The buildings and other preparations for Thetje Tennial exposition at Philadelphia Are reported in a Forward state of advancement and it is said everything will be in readiness for the opening on the 10th of May. Among the nominations sent to the sen the secretan of the Treasury has directed the destruction of $554,030 in Luew 7 7 Eree Bocka tint amount being eighty per Chamberlain declined Tocom Misson after .1 a. the state to Eiri Slature. Cent of the new National it Ank currency issued during the month up to Jan. 27. This leaves the outstanding Greenback circulation $371.273,140. A m meeting of the National democratic executive committee was held in Ashington a few evenings ago Augustus Schell presiding. Senator Randolph chosen vice chairman w. H. A amp rum Connecticut treasurer and a. D. Banks of Mississippi resident Secretary. Ate by the president on the 31st ult. That of Charles r. Gill of Wisconsin was to the regular annual meeting of the National poultry association was recently j held in Chicago. Edward m. Tall of that City was chosen president and Charles p. Willard also of Chicago Secretary and treasurer for die ensuing year. A inc next show of the association will let a held in Chicago from feb. 3 to i be. 10, j 1877. A eight is reported Between l United states troops and Apac Lic indians about fifty Miles Southwest of Santa be n. M., on the 17th of january. The troops were on h Buffalo Hunt and were attacked by about 20 indians. After fighting nearly half a dry the poops managed to get away with the loss of one Man and three badly wounded. At least Twenty indians were slain. The Case of the Missouri state lottery which was carried up to the state court of appeals some weeks since has been decided by that court. Judges Gantt and Levis affirming the decision of the c circuit court that the lottery is illegal and judge Batewell dissenting. The Case will probably court. Their election by the state legislature. A Berlin dispatch of the 28th says there was great agitation in Posen Over the proposed Law to make the German language compulsory in the., Public offices and the courts of Law Aud disturbances were feared the official turkish account of the recent engagement on the Road Between tre britae Ana Ragusa states that the insurgents null it ering from 7,000 to 10,000 men were Defeated by about 3,000 Tiarks after a five hours Battle. It was believed at Springfield mass., on the 28th, that the whole amount of losses by the Northampton Bank robbery w Ould prove to be Over $1,000,000, nearly one half of which is negotiable. Four Meo former employees of the Lake Shore Railroad whose names Are Given As l. H. Hartwell Charles and 11. Dwight and William Emery Alia Mso plus a boarded the express train East Ward bound on the Dike bore ii Oad near Toledo Ohio on the night of the 2gih, with the intention of robbing the United states express company a Safe of its Money packages. The would be robbers were captured while in the very act by Toledo police officers and United states detectives who getting wind of their intention were on Board ready for them. They were taken to Toledo and lodged in jail on the morning of the 27th. The expire is messenger had in charge the car $275,000 in currency and $125,-000 in Bullion. It was reported at Madrid on the 29th ult that the Carlist had suspended the be commissioner of per fins Tice Henry m. Atkinson resigned and appointed Surveyor general for Nair Mexico. Be appealed to the supreme bombardment of ban Sebastian and re moved their siege artillery. The Spanish a to Tribue murder Yth As committed in Brooklyn n. Y., a few nights ago the perpetrator Andreas Fuchs deliberately cutting up the body of is victim w. W. Simmons the next morning after the murder and disposing of the pieces by packing them away in a tin pail wooden Chest leather travelling trunk Etc. The residence of David w. Skidmore near Deer Park Long Island n. Y., was destroyed by fire on the night of the 30th ult., and All the occupants or. Skidmore fleetweek8, an old Man w to had lived with Skidmore Many years mrs. Titus the House keep it or and her husband were burned to death. Skidmore was an old Man almost constantly in litigation with neighbors and had it is alleged a great Many enemies. The supposition is Liat he was murdered Aud then the premises were fired the occupants being unable to escape. Count Audr asst a note was communicated to the Sublime Porte on the 1st, by the ambassadors of Austria Russia and Germany. To lib ambassadors of other Powers at the same Trifie declared they saw nothing in the proposal contrary to the treaty of Taris. The Sultan promised to examine the proposal and report to the Powers decision j the trial of the whisky fraud cases in Milwaukee Lias been postponed till the 1st of March. Illness of an important witness for one of the defendants was the cause of the postponement. The statement of the condition of the Public debt feb. 1, is As follows Friday pm. memorial of the legislative Assembly of How Mexico. A Wing for to tame of a aft to that territory into the Union m a state of an equal a other state a pm nod in the fee Tobaja majority report a , in ss&3 the term commencing a min it in trod need for the a tab Lahme. Of mini or a he late reprint alive 8 ate eds earned to the a to to. The me. Territorial legit gators of new a a Yonae adm Mion a a stats a the Honee d referred. Bill were trod Joed top in american citizens from holding f Lave a Corrm and to retral ate election in Utah territory. The consular and disk to approx re to kill it a.s47 Wae report Silks tee of appropriation. Announcement a make of the death of representative Connecticut and a committee was Ujj Quot superintend arrangement Nam main to be taken to Norwalk and la adjourned to the Slat. J monday Jan. 81.�?joint Resolution were offered in the Senate proposing amid Menta to the Conati Tutki 0 a to provide for the election of president veto a Vega Iri and senator of the United state or a direct tote of the people. Among the Billa a a a Amend the act of june the. 51 a Tilers on rat Trond Landa. We _ _ lotion to pay Teten of m Tkv the of a Lumbia Bond Wadi Ca de. A a Hal Intro need in the Haac 7er�rl�fonth"c.� s tract Ion of All Tariff and collection Lawa to revise and simplify the Tariff. Territories inner Reg indebted be i1d�idroad and other private Corpora Lou. To Elatab i a an educational fund National railway company for the con Trust sufi. Operating Aud Atun in track cheap freight railway from the at Lafauc Seaboard to St. Lorn ren5i cil Bluff with branches to other Center of population production cd commery Aud to rec late Home of the interest or Commerce among the state. Be of Lute one adopted calling on the Secretary of tee Treasury for a tement a to the amount of actual the Treasury on the so the it. In acting the judiciary committee t j inquire and whether the Central Pacific Kana Union fact Fly and other Road to which Bonds and subsidies have been granted by the have fully complied with the requirement of Law. Etc. Instructing the same quire whether or not the Union i a _ a forfeited its charter instructing the committee on banking and currency to whether the commercial and teen Stria Tew Resu of the country do not require that the 1retii and cancellation of Legal tender notes Ahall a ase and whether common and on a the whole people do not require a knt in led St do notes shall be us Titu Ted for National Bank paper instead of National Bank paper Teg Sty St tinted for United Beatea note. The military Academy appropriation Bill was reported committee of the whole. Ith and passed by it provisions the pay of Catta is fixed at a k without Rati it us. Tuesday feb. 1.�?ih the Senate an Adverse report was made from the finance committee on my Bogyus Bill authorizing the payment of duties on import in i Cgaig tonal Bank note. A petition a of from citizen of Ulinor a King for the repeal or the a specie resumption act and no titrate Legal ten d erf Ornat ional Bank circulation Etc. Bills were passed to establish certain Post route in Sajt in is Ted Post i ii h of it to. 8, Hawkins of Flor Fla a parsed the proposed amendment to the Loix a ligation reported from a judiciary committee providing that no person who has held or m y hereafter hold the office of president Hall Ever a in a m10 a Uch a Voce. In a a Quot pm us a uhf mite a a a o a la a in free fixing the term of office of president at six Quot do a a a or up a. L Al Cdr 10 and Hall told offlce1 Dent or who a for two year held soon Orace shall be ineligible to a re election. Cri the markets. It having been brought to the attention of the Secretary of War that there arc in existence in different sections of the country Many records such a Battle reports. Correspondence Etc., relating to the late civil strife he authorizes the statement that if any one by original official documents pertaining to the War either on the Union or Confederate Side will j nod them to the Secretary they will be copied for use in connection with the publication of the records of the War and returned to the owner if accompanied with such request. The originals must be sent As copies for obvious reasons cannot be accepted. The Union Republican congressional committee has been agreed upon in caucus As follows Alabama. Representative Cuba. Hay Arkan la senator 8. W. Doraey California senator ? Vry re Utt Florida senator it. Conover Illi of a a no Soho a. Hot id us beg Cal la m c. Hunt a Foi . W Ilson Kansas representative w. A. Philips Kentucky. John d. White Ltd i Iana. Senator j. U West. Maine it part. Seurat the Kuglent Hale Massachusetts Kep re Euta Tiv Henry l. Pierce Michigan Bopf Seuta five Jay a Hub Bell Minnesota rear tentative to b Strait i Sissi Poi. Senator James l. Al a in Nebraska senator p. W Bitch Cook Nerada Koepre Wentar Ive wih Iani a it Odburn. New Hampshire senator a h origin new Jer re preventative c. 11. Sinnickson new Vork. Lie preset Tali be to. C. Platt North car a Tui John a. Hymana Ohio. Kepr. Stu live Chas. Four a Rew. Senator John 11. Mitchell Pennsylvania senator Simon la Ann Rou Rhode Island. Representative l. W. Bali to South Carolina representative a. A Wallace Tennessee representative Jacob a. Thornburgh Texas. Senator Morgan Hamilton Art Slat �?o�.kro2k Chr a a a mexi of i>elegate8jb. Kins Washington Delegate Delaware a a Orgia Maryland. W it 5 Ira Nia. Colorado Montana. Wyoming territory and the District of column Zahave no at a caucus of democratic senators and representatives held in Washington a few evenings ago representative Lamar presiding the congressional Campaign committee was announced at follows representative Clymer Pennsylvania chairman Chapin Massachusetts Throckmorton Texas Hooker Mississippi Hewitt Robbins North Carolina and Bayler Ohio. W. W. Corcoran j e. Harned and judge Mason Are members on the part of the District of cd Lumbia. The Senate appointed As part of the committee 8enators w bite Mary land Wallace Pennsylvania and Gordon Jeorgia. The chairman of the caucus Ais announced the committee on consultation As follows representative Cox new York Whit Home Tennessee ii Andall Pennsylvania Goode Virginia Buckner Masouri Wigginton California Hartridge Georgia Blackburn Kentucky Tarbes Massachusett a Lynde Wisconsin Eden Illinois Payne Ohio and Caldwell Alabama. A a a new York Man under sentence of death for killing sweetheart has been declared insane. A oppose he Imd married Hert t _ a a Loudon paper says that the Sultan it a a an ignorant besotted fool with of put Vional interlude of a Tufti insanity. Bishops had ordered that the bodies of All persons who died prior to feb. 9, 1875, and who were Only married civilly be sex teamed and removed from the consecrated burial places. According to a Ragusa dispatch of the 29th ult., the insurgents were in full Retreat pursued by the turkish troops. They had burned nine villages. A Vittoria Spain special of the 30th ult., announces the capture of Gregria a Gen. Quezada. Senatorial elections were held by the electoral colleges throughout France on the 30tli ult. Returns from All but two districts show that the successful candidates Are thus politically divided monarchists 65 pure Bona artists 12 re publicans �3 monarchists and imperialists 45. Buffet minister of Interior and chief of the Cabinet and Dufoure minister of Justice Are among the Defeated. A Large number of citizens left Omaha during the we Etc ending on the 29th ult. For the Black Hills and Many persons were arriving maily in route from the East. Much trouble is anticipated from the indians. The array shoes Are said to be determined on a War for the Possession of the Black Hills country and Are prepared for it. A few Days ago capt. Paul by ten swam from Alton hi., to by. Louis a distance of Twenty five Miles in life saving apparatus. He was about nine and a half hours making Tye trip. It la believed that e. D. Winslow the Boston forger has gone to Holland with family where he is probably beyond the reach of our authorities As the United Bustes has no extradition treaty with that government. Winslow a forgeries aggregated several Hundred thousand dollars in amount and he is thought to have taken a Large proportion of the Avilla with . In a recent letter to state senator Burn of Ohio senator Sherman favors the nomination of gov. Hayes for the presidency As being in Bis opinion the strongest candidate the republicans can put in the Field. Speaker Kerr Haa Ciao written a letter to j. H. Renal of Philadelphia stating that he does not desire to Hare name used in any connection with the democratic National ticket this year but expressing judgment theft the democracy cannot do better than to nominate gov. Hendricks Lor president. The St. Petersburg Russia get tit complains that american ships have for a Long to me been committing abuses in the schote k sea. The West Virginia state Senate has tried John a Bunko state treasurer on articles of impeachment and found guilty and ordered removal from office by vote of Twenty to three. A dynamite explosion followed by fire of Currie a Tow Days ago in a factory in a thickly settled neighbourhood in the City of Baltimore. About m0 cans containing twelve Poon de of powder each sex volleys continuing for half an six per cent Bonds five per cent Bonds 68?,881,750 total Coin Bond. Lawful Money . Matured tender note a. Certificate of Deposit fractional currency.-.�. Coin certificate. Interest. §1,700.006 6ud u,too.a� f�,26s 760 371,,607 40,600.000 As.8w.38j 34,604.400 38,8111,062 total debt.14,46 980 Cash in Treasury coin.4. a i special Deposit held for redemption of certificate of depot it. Toul 1� v dem 1m. To in trewory.m.11mw.w to an Shnir Jinn she. I 10,<5t .68ft �73,601.361 11,9u. ,8 40.600,000 decrease during january. Decrease since june ih.5. Bond issued to Pacific Railroad companies interest payable in lawful Money principal outstanding rest accrued and not yet paid. Interest pm us by the United 8tate. Interest repaid by transportation of mail Etc. A a a a a a balance of interest paid by United Talea. I64.623.mj 323.117 3 >.141,518 6,069,033 8,472,479 fifteen of at Indianapolis on the 1st, the convicted members of the Indiana whisky ring were sentenced eight of them to two Vears in the Penitentiary and each to pay t,000 Fine one to three years in the Penitentiary and to pay $1,000 Fine one to one year in jail and to pay $1,000 and five to six months in jail and to pay $500 ea<5h. Bingham the Leader of the ring was not included a the number of those sentenced. Constantine Maguire sex collector of internal Revenue at St. Louis on the 1st, entered a plea of guilty to the first five counts of the indictment against . These counts charged with neglect or dereliction of duty in not reporting to Superior officer certain irregularities of forty fourth compress. Wednesday june 96.�?tbe Senate a East the House Bill transferring Tbs in Tody of certain Indian tru to fund from the Secretary of Ike Interior to the to Resnner of the United state the feed relating to natural Aaton a memorial in tie half of or. Us la claiming the from Louisiana and signed by a Ember of the Benat of that state waa presented and referred to the of Oak it tee on privilege and Kiec Tafena. The Hou Centennial Pill waa referred to the cd uni iut son Ai a la House prohibiting clerk or employee Quot a department of the government prosecuting fax Quant 1, 1876. New York. Lit c.ttle-9 5�� live �7.8708.12. Sheep live $5.�� to Choice 5.4i>� .v90 whip wheet extra $6.9 �27 ?3. What he Chicago �1.1901 .3 no. Milwaukee Spring �1.2101 24 by a Western and state 86088c. Barley�?90095c. Corny mixed Western 630 Ai a. Oatas mixed Western 46049c. Pro 11019.�?pork�? me $0.7501-��. Lard prime steam 1-h0um� Cheee-6012c. fleece 4i065c. Chicago. Liv , �5.00 05 50 Good �4.5004.7 a medium $ij�b4.�> Era a Stock �3.0003.75 Stock s to hog a live �7 0007.70. Stoep Good to Choice �4.7505 50. butter Choice 24030c. Egg so fresh 15il6c. Pork me a �19.4 019.55. Lard �?�1.co01.1o. _ Winter extra �4 7j07.5o i�4ng extra it �4.0 06.23. Meat Spring no. 2, 97099c. Corn no. 2, 40 <fc0sc. Oata-no., u j403�5�c. Rye no. 2, 66b067c. Barley no. 75079c. and second Clear $40.00 a4xr0 common Board $11.0001j.00 fencing $12.00013.0 a a Quot 8hinglea, $2.5003.00 lath $1.7502-10. East Uberty Lite Stock Beeves Best $6.0008.25 medium. $5.0005.25. Hogs yorker $7.3507.50 Philadelphia $7.6007.90. Sheep beat $5.500 6.40 medium $> To fruit act settlers to cur tulu Public lairs. The following is the foil text of the Biu passed by the United state 8enate, Jan. §7to confirm the Preemption and Homestead entries of Public land within the limit of Railroad giants in cases where such entries had been made under the regulations of the land department be u enacted by ote Smau and Roux of Bep teen tax Ivet you United state of America in a Gre Aee Immord that All pm a option and Homestead entries or entry of in compliance with and Law of the United state of Public land mad in Good Faith by actual a rotters non Sacta of land of not More 160 acres each with la the Nita of any land Grant prior to the time when notice of �it�?oi.w.l5f land embraced in Auch Pant a. Received at the local land office of the District in which each Dada a to oration to Market by order of the Gem ii office and where pre a Law have been compiled with and Ivo up pm a two �?o7�.__-a w kor line Ench tract or Idaho is going to Weed out polygamist John Owens owns $400,000.�?beoto Pool ten Street cars of constantinople carry dogs its Well As turks. The men who always Tell Good stories generally Tell old ones. The Prince of Wales went to Ceylon. He should Hare waited for Lon to come und see . It puts a Man of Metal to Sav thet what he Calls self Possession is Only brass. A a Ftp Orleans Republican. China asks for 7,000 Square feet on the Centennial grounds. China always had a weakness for Square feet a Worcester prot. One to big certain we can never have easy times As a nation so Long As our Tive cent men persist in smoking fifteen cent cigars. Robert Toombs says that he Haa no doubt that tobacco shortens some men a he said so just after seeing a negro by a Hogshead of tobacco. denies that every one Rives jumps for a closet when he piping feet on the door step. My a an a a a a. Bismarck says the German journalists Are too Apt to draw on their imaginations for sensational it is fortunate that the evil is confined to Germany. What a the me of trying to cultivate facial expressions a Hen the dynamite fiend Lay dead he looked the image of a some Stealy Germau philosopher. A John Pancake who got Rich in Nevada has come Home to new Jersey add changed Bis name to Brown. Correct. A Pancake is always Brown after it is returned. New York Lias a troubadour who wears White kid gloves and sings under ladies windows of nights. Some evening some yellow House dog will have a meal of Nice soft veal. A san Francisco Man recently offered to exhibit a headless Hen. It was found upon investigation that the apparent monstrosity had been produced by the most diabolical and cruel operation. It a proper during leap year for Young Tedie to loaf around Church doors and Steps and spit All around and talk about How pretty the blushing Young men look As they modestly go Sentinel. A London physician has caused some alarm by Clive ing a lecture on the Prospect of a reappearance of the plague which raced on the continent and in England in 1gg5. The lancet says alarm on the sub decl u unnecessary. A new York dentist says that tooth brushes make business for the debt lists. Ii deep la would let their Teeth alone i Gays there be repairing enough to keep one dentist Busy. While Legislatures go on framing Laws concerning the tramp nuisance the Thrifty Granger Loans no time but buys a Brindle Bull Pup and trains . If there is any tiling a tramp despises it is a Brindle Bull Pup St. Loui Republican. Quiz who took a trip to the country yesterday re marked after a night of serious contemplation How closely a Farmer who has a big Load to pull re St Niles a locomotive. He pulls Ana blows and gets up time. The Boston tra Neilor says m Centen Nial Woolen checked cloths with the figures �?�76�?� Woven in each Square Are now being worked up at some of a the Tang hot wre of this City borne of the fashions of the Centennial year Are Likely to be wonderful if not fearful. Boston Jaa if. Later details of the robbery of the Northampton National Bank at Northampton mass., tuesday night by masked robbers state that the result is something appalling. The table of securities taken shows a total of $670,000. Of course much of this is not negotiable so that it is difficult to estimate the real loss to the Bank and depositors. The Bank officers offer a Reward of $25,000 for the return of the property and the conviction of the burglars. The Losa Falls comparatively Light upon the Bank the greater part of the securities belonging to special deposited s. The robbers entered the Hoose of cashier Whittlesey and bound gagged and guarded for Houm seven people. Thev compelled to give them the combinations of the Safe vault waited until they knew the night watchman had gone Home and then getting into the vault and Safe with Only one of the four key needed they took a Large amount of securities. An expert had Tobe summoned from new York and the lock was not opened until a this morning. Cashier combinations to the vault Tor the outer inner and Chest doors give them wrong twice and thrice but the burglars wrote them Down and made repeat them. Of course they caught in an attempt to mislead them and the exhibition of a pistol compelled to Tell the truth though he told them that Lour keys were necessary to open the Patent lock three of which were at the House of the other Bank officers. At four of clock a. In. Whittlesey was taken to a Down stairs bedroom. The whole family were gagged and four of the burglars withdrew to operate on the Bank. Three hours after mrs. Whittlesey succeeded in freeing herself and giving the alarm from a window. The whole party were speedily liberated and the cashier stir wearing the Handcuffs went to the Bank. A Clever Workman soon after fitted a key and All the persons handcuffed w Ere released. An examination of the Bank showed that the cracks men had a ked the outer door but were apparently walked by the Safe lock lacking three of the requisite four keys. They tried the Detal of the door with bars Anu wrenched of the two dials which served As an Index for working the combination. They were entirely unmolested the watch having gone Home. A a every indication that six and perhaps ail of them left on the six of clock train. Five of them had tickets previously bought and one paid fare. Many of the appliances it was remarked were Home made. The gaga a Ero children rubber balls pierced with stiff wire. The masks were a raw ers legs some with one Hole and some with two for eyes when the robbers saw that Whittlesey was watching them carefully for a ome Marks of identification they blindfolded but be observed that one of them was of a very commanding stature. The two or three robbers left to guard the premises at tie House took their departure in season to catch tie Springfield train. At the latest advices no information had been received of a the robbers. Of the total amount stolen a loss of Only $12,000 Falls on the Bank. A Small Safe in the vault which the burglars considered too insignificant to touch contained $30,000, ft25,0q0 in Bonds and other valuable property. By Locking the doors of the vault the burglars got Twenty four hours Start of the a acc lives besides having time to negotiate much of the stolen property before the fact of the burglary was known. Held the Bell Cord in hand ready to receive the signal. Ser Geant Nohl and detectives Cavanaugh and Tibbets stood near the door ready to make a Spring which was to secure the robbers dead or alive. Shortly after passing 8 wan ton the proper to me seemed to have arrived and Hartwell cautiously inserted hand into the opening he had made. With bated breath he was seen to feel for the key which would unlock the door. As soon As there was enough of Arm through the Hole or. Chapin seized wrist with a grip of Iron and held it there despite All desperate struggles to release it. He was in the toils and the Vise like grip was not for an instant relaxed until he was ironed. Or. Cone gave the signal at the same instant or. Chapm seized Man the door of the baggage room was opened and the officers rushed like an Avalanche upon them. Sergt. Nohl who happened to be in the Lead a Frozen to a Man with either hand. Detectives Cavanaugh and Tibbets each went for a Man. Capt. Purdy in the darkness Laid hold of Sergt. Nohl but being informed of error took the one that Jake had nailed with right hand and thus relieved the sergeant none too soon. Had there been sufficient Light a most thru Iino Refl desperate struggle would were eight persons on the narrow platform of the car engaged in a can test for life and Liberty. The rain had rendered everything As Slippery As possible the night was dark and the train running at a Speed of from thirty five to forty Miles an hour. In to intr frantic efforts to escape they tried to throw themselves from the train and it was All that the officers could do to prevent it. Sergt. Nohl was drawn upon the hand rail and Only prevented himself from being dragged off and Down the Steps upon the track by entwining leg around one of the standards. Cavanaugh took Sophus knowing to be a dangerous Man and capable of any crime by dealing a crushing blow upon Bead with a a a Billy. _ instantly the Man a a wilted a and fell insensible upon the platform unable to make any resistance. Detective Tibbets Quot Dio happened to be on the train and on being informed of the work on hand volunteered services assisted in keeping the other fellow who had forced Cavanaugh nearly off the train from doing any damage. In less time than one can Well imagine the whole affair was Over. It is very singular with the number of revolvers that were in hand that no shots were fired. Had there been the least halt or catch in the instantaneous Rush that a completely overwhelmed them or had they been allowed the least Opportunity there is no doubt but that the a Ang would have fought to the Blade. Jan. 27. \ fresh and simple attire. Those Kentucky papers do Well enough once in a while. Here for instance is the living ton Era remarking a How often have we seen the Blooming Maiden upon y h whose face smiles danced like sunbeams Runer intendant and agent of the upon the bosom of the sea. Ami whose life Chapm a Pany for thin gave Promise of happiness unalloyed and of in of their p Oit Tinor Sci the it outre wad the plot to plunder the Lake a Shore express. Nearly a Elk ago me3srs. Cone and Biu the time of a sch itts of and each Grants which afterwards a we Lor Home teed Elal Masta who Hare complied with a Theta Wibot a a a made by Perl fluff for Toper Faaee thereof Wilma the time a to to Etas matter we a ame not exceeding four pounds a weight each at the rate of one Ceat few every two ounces Orl fraction thereof. The uivary a a deny Appro-1 Pri Arion Bill we a conic feed in Oom Jolt toe of the whole Mth quaday Juu. the berate or. A Boatmen pres eased a report predated by the chief clerk of the tween ppm Kumpt. A a ill regard Tot trea urn Tenegre i been authorised by Law. Aah Ovd to have it a teed entries which May Heve Mission of the land department of the rules and instructions the i Grant at to i making of the proof req red a Han ensue w i bolder of such claim to a Patent therefor. I a to make a delightful supper dish take a Salmon Trout or Whitefish steam till done then Remore All the Bonea amp and in per Luon. A Kin and soon with Peppy i and ult. Sauce one quart of Muk. One f mall cup of flour a thyme minced nne slice 01 onion in do fire the. Wet the flour and stir it info i boiling milk add the seasoning Aud let h come to a boil then remove from there land add the two egg Roo a beaten. I a have ready a Well uttered it a put in a i i layer of the fish then of the Aucy and to Ion until the dish is full having a layer of j i sauce last. Cover with a layer of grated i bread Aud a Little grated cheese. Bake a a half an Timur and serve hot. If troupe based some Batter will be required. In a single Grain of wheat Accident Lyl 8dropped in a Garden in Hoveringham in i gland last Spring produced sixty three mean and More hum 8,000grains of wheat a it w Ftp _ 1-----a m1jl nmn nah tvs gave or Ouilda i j-----7 Hope sitting with a huge and of Guzi in her Mouth and her Beautiful Chin rising and falling like a was upon the an important decision h is just been rendered in a new York court. A prop erty owner had brought suit to restrain a Street railway company from Clearing their tracks of Snow in such a manner that the accumulation was piled up in the gutters before residence impairing rightful Access to the Street. The court decked in favor of the complainant and expressed the opinion that the Street car company should be compelled to cart away the Snow when it became an obstruction to travel. Father Mcloughlin of St. Aloysios am ionic Church Pottstown. Pa., hearing that some of the females of congregation were Given to flirting on the Street disguised himself and went out to try it. Lie Drew out handkerchief and waving it soon had the pleasure of receiving a number of flirting signals in return. Then under the Light of a Gas Lara be revealed himself to some of the girls causing them to flee from the Wrath which they did not escape in sunday Sermon lie Thirka he will be Able to break the Mem Sers of congregation of flirting. The caution manifested by insurance companies in paying losses is frequently in Sharp contrast with the Zeal exhibited in inducing parties to insure but it is probably a sharper contrast in new Hampshire than anywhere else unless the Boston net shamelessly misrepresents that state in a Story it tells of Concord. A there was a fire insurance company there a few years so a says the Neim a office red mainly by retired business men. Insure Nee policies had to be approved by three directors and the rules gave each of these a fee of ten Cento. There was As much Competition for this work As there to among Massac a a setts coroners for a Corpse. Several directors had key to the Post tool pm Box of of company and there was considerable strife for fee letters. A it Gat hold of a Blank one Dar and filled out carefully a application for insurance on a powder Mill. One Lucky director cot it from the office and at once approved it without Reading. Two others followed. A a a Auto Onset us a wears Anu mum o Quot a printed which probably fee largest yield Ever known. 7n0f� who god soil and got Antrim a _ _. Com where much it a Cam accomplish. Of rate Roft Grant a a a tries had been made a of the land department in the hone i Hauri Gove Menf a a so rites cum of Parent. Thev we re he choke government cultivation Caa Coom Eltoh. of fee Ohio which waa 12s33l�aj my Apptt gotten to of so so no it pm teachers will $7, 1876, and three Day. Will continue a a a Brooklyn Eureus Wagon Haa this 9u a Loti Kinmon Horl Imgrun a he get add 44u hog Alfao a a plinth tight that they a Deacul Learned ten Cento As Well As served the a company. The laugh that went around when the Story was told will not soon be f during the five years ending Decem Ber 1875, says the new York mus there were 281 homicides committed m fee City of new York. Some of them were premeditated Many of them were unprovoked and a Large majority were utterly i without palliation. Nevertheless out of All this appalling number of Man killers the perpetrators who suffered death Gewere Only so pm Only Twenty four were sent to prison for life. And reviewing this i dreadful list we discover that More than one fourth of the criminals were never brought to trial at Alt some of them a escape and Are never followed up and arrested. A few have ended their own a worthless lives after they have committed a crime and More evade detection. These fare in hiding to this Day. Pomily some iof them variously disguised return to 8 a a Myua Uva Naii Tilv in Sii of Vuoti Tui urmy veto. Their old Hanu Tad lift a eco rely a belief that 44 fee thing has blown Over. The a a this item from a Philadelphia paper indicates that Jimmy Blanchard a m the employ of a Virginia mining firm a a flood a of Brien managers of the consolidated i i Virginia and California mines will Send to fee exhibition fee entire product of their mines for May which will com-1 a Riff about 150 tons of Gold and Silver Milieu and $10,000,060 Worth of Oresti those h United slates express company for this City Learned that a robbery of one of their Cam on the air line was contemplated and that the attempt would be made Naglit before last. In order to prevent it and to make sure work of arresting the gang in the act they called upon capt. I Urdy who with them perfected plans for preventing one of the Best Laid schemes for robbery since the arrest and Lynching of the notorious Reno gang at Seymour ind. Nicht before last messes. Cone Chapin and Tim Hart of the express company capt. Purdy and Sergt. Nohl of the regular Force and detective Cavanaugh of the Lake Shore a a Michigan Southern Railroad took no. 5 and went to Archbald just before reaching Wauseon Thev saw a Camp fire in the Woods around which were gathered several Njmen. At Wauseon the officers changed to the East bound Chicago express which arrives in this Eity at 2 40 a. As there u As no attempt made to Rob that train the same parties again took the Midnight train going West w night. At Archbald As on the night cd fore they changed to the express eastward bound la the express car were ome $275,000 in currency and Over $125,000 in Bullion in charge of red. Lacy messenger. At w Auseon four former employees of the Lake Shore a Michigan Southern Railroad got on Board. Their names were l. Ii. Hartwell an sex freight conductor Charles and Frank Dwight and William Emery Olio Teophus. This party left this ciry some time ago and went to within Ironi one half to three quarters of a mile of Wauseon where they camped out in the Woods near the Railroad track to perfect their plan which was to Board the Airt bound express at Wauseon Cut a Hole through the door of the express car undo its fastenings enter seize gig and / in the messenger secure keys and throw off i Safe at the Tiwan Creek crossing where it is suspected there were parties in waiting to take it away with a Wagon get off the train join their Confederate and Divide the plunder. The officer had also made arrangements for their reception. Messes. Cone and Chapin were in the express car secreted by the door nearest the baggage car Lac the Mes Senger was lying Down near the Center of the car feigning sleep. Capt. Urd3? Sergt. Nohl detectives Cavanaugh and Tibo Eto were in the end of the baggage car nearest the express car. A signal had been agreed upon by which the officers were to suddenly open the door Rush out and secure their prisoners. As there was no express car attached to the Fato it gel before last no attempt was made but last night everything was favourable the express car was in fee train the night was dark and the rain poured Down in Tor Renta and As was expected the gang boarded fee train at Wauseon. Tbs two Dwight and Sophus immediately climbed upon fee roof of fee Ijar Gage car while Hartwell remained upon fee platform of the same car. After a careful Survey of fee surrounding Mart Well produced a three fourth and bored a Hole of the a Fifthe sex Presa door through which he of broiled the location of the exp Rem matter wife and messenger ire fee dimly tog tight in fee car. Findig the Presenger apparently asleep be proceeded to bore Feree or More holes near the lock and wife a panel Row Cut out a Hole Suffle it nent vmroszs1 my s the Gantt a Hen descended from the roof and tool one who writes in an English Jour fial on a a clothes declares feat a men do but ask to see their mothers Sisters and sweethearts daintily clean and fresh in All their arrangements and appointments and As pleasing to the Eye As modesty and moderation there is something really charming in this picture simple As it to. A daintily clean and fresh in All Freir arrangements and we May concede that for great occasion ladies May elaborate a Little on this basis but say for the breakfast table or for All Ordinary Home occasions How delightful it is to see our womankind arrayed in fresh and simple attire no crumpled hair in unwholesome reminder of last night s elaborate coiffure no costly fabrics now soiled and dilapidated no formidable wrappers loud of color and wonderful of pattern no twice used Linen no Slatterly so owls that horror in a tasteful households no touch of Dema Bille in the slightest or least suggestive de unhappily this picture is much too rare there Are Many women who persist in wearing at the morning meal and upon other Domestic occasions old gowns or apparel that has been banished from the drawing room. Now a lady May be dressed in More Rich and costly fabrics at one time than another but there should be no degrees of neatness of order of purity or of freshness. The morning dress May be a wholly inexpensive one but a grease stain or a Reut is just As much an offence at break last As at dinner. In fact if there must be a stain we would rather Sec it on fee e Ven ing silk than the morning Muslin which should always have the supreme sentiment of freshness and dainties a. Many women have Little idea of How greatly they Shock the tastes and really endanger fee affections of their husbands by their unseemly Domestic apparel. 1 Here is not a Man of sense and refined feeling anywhere who would not prefer some simple Aud Chaste adorn ment for wife in the morning to any extreme of splendor at the evening Ball. Let a woman by All Means dress brilliantly on those occasions that Render it proper we have no desire to abridge her privileges nor Bafile her instincts in this particular but we claim that it is important for her if she Palms her household serenity feat she should give equal heed to her customary Domestic attire. The female who goes about the House unti Dily dressed has no right Toi fee title of woman. She is without those Marks and indications by which she can be classified. We reject the notion that a person can really be a woman who is without those Dainty instincts for and pore apparel that traditionally pertain to the feminine sex. Such an individual has lost the characteristics the qualities fee refinements the distinguishing elements of the and As she has not by this elimination gained any characteristic of fee masculine sex she evidently belongs twosome As yet unde scribed variety of fee human family. A Appleton journal. Prof. Hayden of the government Geo the for West has prepared report which will it a be published. The following is fee substance of discoveries a the Rio do Chelly for a distance of about thirty five Miles above its Mouth. 1� to crammed a and fee Wash for fee bed of fee Stream is perfectly dry the greater portion of the year Cut from Wall Rock to Wall Rock so f req entry feat it to impossible to travel up it except in fee bed and feat to so tortuous san Rocky in a Ces a a a would be difficult if not impossible. May Cong a Detour to fes right the into the Canon was reached ten Miles above. In Here an interesting and extensive rain was found which was so Well preserved feat it seemed to have been vacated 1�� than a a Core of year and so near like the workmanship and manner of building of the present Maquis that h would not be difficult to imagine them lurking among fee deserted rooms. This rain was situated in s Long Cave Lika Bench or Mcm a running along the face at a perpendicular Bluff some Tufty feet above its base and a total length of nearly 800 Yards. The town was irregular but compactly built conforming to the Rock on which it was placed fee rooms arranged in i single Row most of the Way but at either hunching up to Tiro Hrc de Ltd. A Many Hote so a total length of 548 feet. A few a Arffia a ther to the right Are a half dozen buildings. Cisterns and reservoirs yet remain perfect enough to show their purpose. In the Center of the Man was a Well preserved circular apartment a Little below the general level of the others that a probably an ent Ufa. The Goat corrals were inside Between the houses ind the Bluff. Digging beneath the debris several pieces of finely Prisc Rcd pottery were found the same finely ornamented Ami glazed Ware of which the fragments Are so universally scattered Over the whole country. Beneath fee Center of fee town there was found in one group some whole jars or about two gallon capacity each of the Gray indented Ware but they were too Fri get a transport upon pack mules. Beside fee pottery Many tone implements and Arrow Points were unearthed. Another Detour to the right this time Over an elevated a tote a of White Sandstone across which was drifted great dunes of White Sand brought the party to the famous so called Diamond Fields or Arizona about which there was such an excitement in 1872. Lingering on my Baro Rod Plain upon which Feo pm beat with redoubled intensity pull Long enough to gather about a pint or garnets which Ware of excellent Quality and very abundant Camp was is do i be foot of a Side Canon which came in from the West and was known As the Canon Bonito Chiquito another group of ruins occurred Here not in a Large town but in tired houses up and Down the be Chelly and Bonito. A marked feature was great reservoirs in which there was even now a a und ant and excellent water. Two or three below in the Canon of the main Stream was a Well arc served two Story House standing a by Icet above the Valley and overhung by a great roof of Rock that effectually shielded it from the storms. Near by was a great natural Reservoir filled with Good water. Another five or six Miles and the Canon of the de Chelly opened out into a great Valley from one to free Miles in Width and extending up to the of the great Canon near fort Defiance. Twenty Ive to thirty five Miles above the Bonito Are some Peculiar table rocks and Monument that form notable land Marks. The ruins Are now scarce Only a few being met with in the caves at the Side of the Valley. The Bottom lands Bear the impress of very numerous ruins Adobe very Likely that Are now entirely obliterated and would hardly be noticed were it not for the broken pour it. At the head of the Valley of the de Chelly. The Trail turned off to the Southwest just above the upper Edge of fee Mesa taking Only to others or. Barber and Lee the guide and sending the remainder of the train Back some fifty Miles what re there w As suitable grazing or. Jackson continued Over to the Maquis Pueblos seventy five Miles Distant with Only the photographic apparatus and Auppl Iai for five Tequan was reached by noon of the following Day. As these Pullos have been so frequently described and illustrated the party spent Only two Days and a half among the six most Easterly towns Viz Tequan be chum. A Way Coqui Moo Shar Nen Hong a Pawe and she Paw a we. Photographs of each of these were made and numerous sketches illustrating Thror Habito dress and occupations collections of recent and indent pottery and tools and other objects of interest were made. The comparison betwee the workmanship of the Northern town builders and these Maquis was very much in favor of the former. The highest perfection was reached in the Cliff Bouses of the Rio Mancos where some of the houses were marvels of finish and durability and then travelling toward the Moquia there is a gradual merging of one style into the other from the neatly Cut Rock and Correct Angle to the comparatively crude buildings now in Hab lube tracing their Steps to fee san Juan at the Mouth of the de Chi ally the Par travelled toward the Sierra Abajo up i Stream known As Epsom Creek from the water which to found at its head tasting and operating like that of Salt. The usual indefinite ruins which occur on Low land continued up this Valley Over thirty Miles. To the West was a labyrinth of Hanoi a in nine off into those of fee great Colorado an examination of some of which it overed Many Cave and Cliff houses and towns ail of the same general Type As the a hrs ruins gradually diminished As Thev approached the Sierra Abajo and several Days spent in the examination of the Canon and plateaus about it and the Sierra la Sal failed to bring to Light any More evidence of their one Ariyo opposite the Sierra Abajo or Blue mountains As they Are locally known Heads fee great canons and valleys of the Montezuma which empties into the. An Juan. Here the Bottom of the canons Hare once supported a very thickly settled Community. There is almost a continuous series of ruin for distance of Twenty five Miles. This u one Canon Only and an the others Contato numerous remains chiefly in Cliff houses and towns. In fee main Canon first spoken of Are two Niles a it a a for the size of fee stones employed in the if construction. In one built upon a mall isolated table land in fee Middle of the a Alley Are stones set upon end six feet length by eighteen aches Square and ranging along the Walls a distance of Twenty-8 e or thirty Yards. Another Case to where facts and flt Lreh a i it takes 40,000 acres of land to Supply a single new York manufacturer with Leaf tobacco a _ i i i Crino the past year there were 38,036 i prisoners in the new York tombs and i one time 740. J w three assays of Ore from the Silver a a. Prince mine at Yav Apai Arizona recent j by made averaged $1,487 a ton. _ j the most expert Cigar maker in the i a he. United Sites is a Wing of a Al a ave the chinaman often turns out 2, per i Khod in land a Vinci Banka return i show 51,311,330 Dae Jeppa Itow. A Nulk a a of $2,500,000 Over the previous year Lei depositors number 101,635. I a a a a the Bitt do. The a oui exp a York City i estimated at $1,600,-1 one eighth of Bic fun a a quota a c Ahe jews although they compose Only i about one fifteenth of the population. I a recent number of the defaulted in the to i Kyndt securely. There Are la a Del suiting rond and the Boodson who they have defaulted amount in the Nogre Bir it j22 to $788,967,665. The Lar to Propach Tion $232,366,701, was defaulted their Docen upon the platform 1874 the neat Lam prof Fil a a their ? 1 Noo. In 1873 the want defaulted in >1875 waa �1�,448000. Of Quot the exp re Al Parthe mtg Rall the off Cera had not Betm Idle. Or. Ftme1 2s�?�id?s, Ira who Defoort a to Fol. to poor manual the entire waded debtor the Nti proud in the Toj 000,000,000 so that about thirty nip per cent of this is now til a of Viltro a tones seven Quot feet 1� a eighth above Pound and Twenty inches sonar Are a Taudy no per Pendic nearly about five feet apart and form one Side of a Wall enclosing fee Rains of a Large important building throughout the Canon every available defensive joint has i been utilized and arc now covered with the remain of heavy Walls and Toree Bax Sof i houses. Another singular feature was the number of holes Cut into fee perpendicular Flower Wall of the Canon for the purpose of ascending fee Rock holes just Large enough i to give a hand and foot bold Ana be dog either to some walled up est to Barild Long erected above. Some of these Steps i ascended the nearly perpendicular face iof the Rock for �50 or 200 feet on exposed surfaces disintegration has almost a entirely weathered newly the holes while on a More protected surfaces Thev Are deep answer Freir original Pur Dost the main Western Branch of the mates amp a contains fee Quot a More important Ruina of All Itrich Stariea of fee ban Juan weat of fee k o Imcoe. Water waa found in a few Pool Inear 1u head and lower Down re ing akm Lin a Small Stream a Toto Neof a Milaa when it Sank again. Tim Bottoms Are brie and fee . Utoy Friio of i Espy the Eoo Norlea Retoe Good Fope of Cora i m trip Wro Timoti i on iof a Large number of Nten Aba to thru land sudent atone Arrow Rod Spear Pelota by Avea and area. Photographs especially i in Stative of the most important ruins and inner Oak sketches of every Thimig of note tmrt�rt��5stwk�.�� to 4�6u in the. 9regular publication of fee Survey. C my Ftp of i How May i a a he. What leery country family i their own Yak Lea. Inge Cheater county �1c to thai Noar Lyelda Tbs Lariat Quad titty. It 5,eoo.e�0 enc Aben a Jutt woe 1 prod cod at Tbs in meet tiny when Sana amp Turc of peek left 6i& Hythe loom to in Menee Hoai Nero. W note witty i a Emmon a yearly Fofi of Floro 70,000,000 a to 80,000.000 and to. In Smitti a per Mcd a like proportion

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