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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 12, 1876, South Haven, MichiganVol. In. South ela.-vte3st, mich., Coix Oit i Kumb. Epitome of the week. To legislature of Kansas has panted it my giving it Bounty of five doll fun per Timshel for Grasshopper eggs and fifty Reata per Broad for juvenile grass Bop pert. Condom co telegraphic news. A recent Cable dispatch Tutere that a even packager of Gunpowder bad beat a discovered a among the coals of an Antwerp Steamer Baring on Board 15$ per Tail United Fol notes of Terente court Era decent in be Winslow patents for patting no and Canning Green Corn Are Nail and void the principle involved Baring n anticipated by an in glib Patent in the Cane of Landis on trial for the murder at Vineland n. J., some time ago of the editor Arr use the jury found the defendant a not guilty on account of a a i Rrt. Of the United states diff pict court in Chicago has refused to to qua a the Revenue Rauti indictments against messes. Hesing Rem and Loyl and their trial has men set for March 7. A Greenback ooh mention has been called to meet in new Haven conn., on the 23d inst. Its object As announced is 44 to take such Steps As May be necessary to Force both political organisations of the a states to recognize the voice of the people in the coming com pal the investigation prosecuted by the a Rifah authorities concerning the loss of the Steamer deutschland ascribes the wreck to an error in the reckoning to Captain s disregard of the Force and direction of the tide bad discipline aboard the Steamer and the conduct of the officers. Edward 8. Stokes was recently taken before judge Dyckman at White Plains nvy., on a writ of Hareas Corpus and a motion for his release on the ground that he had been imprisoned ten months before receiving his final sentence was denied and he was remanded to serve out the remainder of Lihs sentence. President Grant has approved the net to Bend the revised statute relating to naturalization. The act provides that an alien May declare his intention to become a citizen of the in cited states before the clerk of any circuit District or supreme court of the territories or a court of record having common Law jurisdiction and legalizes All such declarations heretofore made. Quite a sensation prevailed in Newburyport mass., on the 8th, caused by the marriage the Day before of j Ames Par too the author to Liis stepdaughter which is forbidden by the Laws of that . The bridegroom Learned his status on the morning after the wedding and left his Home in charge of his wife and took room Tew himself at a boarding House. A special act is to be introduced in the legislature legalizing the marriage. In a recent charge to the grand jury at gait Lake City Cuico Justice White said concerning polygamy. 44we had better look it squarely in the face distasteful As it May be to some and govern ourselves by the Light of reason and Manly discretion in dealing with it. Polygamy must be suppressed in this territory. Mor monism May survive it and relieved from it would stand unshackled and free As every other Creed or Mode of religious worship shielded and protected by the Constitution of our common country but if mormonism cannot sever itself from polygamy it will lie to it the bridal of death 4 to Secretary of the Southern historical society replying to Secretary Belknap s letter to him says 44 the people of the South Are not Only willing but anxious Liat the whole of their official records should be Given to the world and that future historians should have a Opportunity of judging them in the Light of these records. Be assured then of our Hearty co operation in supplying your department with missing Confederate documents. Quot we will have of tarnished you properly authenticated copies of such As Are in our Possession and will assist you in procuring others it being understood of course that your department will afford us similar facilities in the prosecution of our in a recent letter to judge Lyons of Richmond va., Jefferson Davis denies that Union prisoners at the South during the War wars treated with premeditated Nez oct and cruelty. He says 44 it is admitted that the prisoners in our hands were not As Well provided for As we would like to have bad them. Can the other Side say a much a Etc. With Regmi to the question of amnesty he says he has no View of the future which makes it desirable to him to be included in an amnesty Bill and adds 14 viewed in the abstract or As a general to est on i would be glad to see the repeal of All Laws inflicting the penalty of political disabilities on clauses of people that it might is prescribed try the Constitution be left to the courts to hear Ami decide the cause and to affix the penalties according to pre existing legislation. A to Michigan Republican state convention to elect delegates to the National convention trill be held at grand rapids on the 10th of May. To list of churches called to the advisory Council to be held in Plymouth Quirch on the 15th inst has been completed and comprises 171 churches of new York new Jersey Pennsylvania. Maine new Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut,1 Ohio Indiana my Nahigan Illinois Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota Missouri of Tensai and the District of Columbia besides several prominent ministers without a charge. It was reported by a Ragusa dispatch of the 8d that All Pasha had offered on behalm1 Turkey to cede to the Prince of Montenegro the districts of Autorina Zubcic and bag Agni i 44 not guilty Quot and the court adjourned to the 8th. A Molion for a new trial in the Case of or. Mckee was Rada on foe 5th. To British parliament waft opened at noon on the 8th, by foe Queen m person. Lord Chancellor Cairns read the Queens speech. A Madrid Telegram of the my says the royalists had secured Complete Mastery of the provinces of Biscay and Alava. To first of the series of the Moody and Sankey revival meetings in new York City was held on the evening of the 7th, aft barn urns hippodrome. Every seat in the Large Hall was occupied fully 8,000 people being present Perrin h. Sumner was arrested in Brooklynn y., on the 8th, charged with forgeries in California amounting to Over $900,800. A body of masked men made their appearance at the Bloom Upton the evening of Clear Chi was res Ida fount Ramft f off ii of Ciaglo $906.00 x 12, 1876. Into 36. To mme a sadism. Lath off Anta a 64� of a cast Bux kit. M 811 Effii Anjim in ins Hafl m Lyl Raflin 1 Foft Osessa Hof a workers $7.7008ot Elj Fatsi . Theep beet of tuft medium $4.75o&90. A Frale Whak skns2& Amu moh8khs�. Whole Regii Moti practice is mania is Beoo tag Der Bank robbers in Norway skating. V to 44defalcation�?� monotonous. Practical joking 44 Post. What animal is suggestive of envy rain i he is Well known As Reynard. Von Bulow is pronounced As the cych spelled von below with the secant on the 44 Doumak a Cynthia a by boy has jest Shaft his school teacher. That co sued the corns from teach ing Tea Young ides How to shoot. In Crown sati Ohio feb 5. A Hogg of 44 the great Republic a is the stage of Robinson s 9 Lor the past two nights Una the Cincinnati Relief a the proceeds were to be sp-1 i Relief of the suffering poor of the performers nil Bering i children were taken from the f Mot the City and As the of j Foy one and those who took i 111 of old residents of the City i woe present at each repro ebb allegory. The weather a a being propitious and there i gym or the Public schools i a Pience in most part was i Bill women and children. I Mem two of clock while the i Fig densely packed and the i Raip Iun or a ii Doo a mind. A a Hindoo died a taper thing to do i when iffy years suited to a shrew. A released he hop Fally for Entrance cries m before the sates of by Sauna s Paradise. I Hast been through per Gator a Brahma said i Hare been married a a and he hang his head come in come in and Welcome too my son a marriage and Purgatory Are As in Bliss extreme he entered heaven s door a and knew the peace he Neer had known before. Been he scared had entered the gardens fair another Hindoo asked admission there. The self same question Brahma asked again Hast been through Purgatory to a ibo what Thoo canst not Rater a did the god reply. He who went in was there no More than 44 All that is True but he has married been. And so on Earth has a offered for All sin a 44 married ? tvs Well for i re been married twice. A begone Well have no fools in Paradise a Gergs w. Bird stat. In n. Y. Evening Post. Why. 1 did not love him. Long ago instead of yes. I gave him to. The without any brain a a a at a caucus of democratic Senato Regj and representatives Hela in Washington a few evenings ago representative in mar b presiding the congressional Campaign committee was announced a follows Clymer Pennsylvania chairman Chapin Massachusetts Throckmorton Texas Hooker mfg stasis a i heart Robbins North Carol Las Aadla Bayer Ohio. W. W. Corcoran j. Keg Harney and judge Mason Are members on the part of the District of ool Bambi s. The Senate appointed a a of the 8 Ras ton White May Fri land waiter Treray Hmenia and Gorg Don Georgia. The chairman of toe caucus Aleo Banc Road toe committee he consultation As follows representative Cox new York Ishi Tonroe teen essm Randau goods Virga Jan Buckner Missouri wig Gifton oel Ifor a Nia Haft idea Georgia Baa born Kang Tacky tar ban Massuh writs Ifft a Wisconsin a Dan but Norof Foffo of of and Caldwell Fob Flito n and military operations suspended. A Yiema Telegram of the same Dato Taya that on the preceding Day a fight occurred on the croatian and bosnian Frontier in which the insurgents were worsted and forced to flee into austrian territory whither the turks followed. The funeral of m. Desk the hungarian statesman took place at Perth on the 3d, and was the occasion of a Moat imposing demonstration. Cardinal Ledochowski has been released from imprisonment and informed that if he enters the provinces of Silesia or Posen he will be interned at Torgan. Nine of the parties recently tried and convicted at Indianapolis for complicity in whisky frauds were placed in the state prison at Jeffersonville iftd., on the evening of the 2d. The prisoners prior to their present trouble occupied High positions mid were numbered among the Best citizens of Evansville. The Republican congressional com Mitten held a meeting in Washington on the evening of the 3d, at Woich Simon Cameron was chosen chair ban and judge Edmunds Secretary. An executive committee consisting of messes. Cameron Logan Platt of new York Rusk of Wisconsin 8. W. Dorsey j. R. West Hubbell of Michigan Cragin of new Hampshire and Sinnickson of new Jersey was appointed. Gun. W. T. Sherman has written a letter to representative Dalzell of Ohio in which he says 441 never have been am not now and never will be a candidate for the High office of president before any convention or the he expresses a preference for gov. Hayes for that office. The curate of the noted High Church of St. Albans London on the 4th sent to die newspapers a protest signed by 100 prominent Ritualist clergymen disclaiming All connection or sympathy with any movement having for its object the subordination of the anglican Ritualist to the papacy and declaring that negotiations to that end must be preceded by the retraction and repeal of the Vatican decrees. On the night of the 4th, or. Henry c. Bowen presented a lengthy letter to the examining committee of Plymouth Church in answer to the complaints of or. S. V. White a member of said committee. In this letter or. Bowen expresses his belief in the guilt of or. Beecher a charged by messes. Tilton and Moulton and challenges Plymouth Church to appoint its committee to investigate openly Aad rigorously his Bowens words and deeds either in or out of Church from the Day of his birth to the present hour. The committee prepared a letter to or. Bowen summoning him to appear before them on the evening of the 8th, to give proof of the assertions contained in his reply to the grievances of of. White. A Fork Damn explosion occurred in a Belgium Coal mine on the 4tii. Up to the morning of the 8th Only fifty of the 216 men known to have been in the mine had been rescued alive and it was feared that All the rest had perished. A false alarm of fire in a crowded opera House in Cincinnati on the afternoon of the 5th, caused a fearful and fatal panic. Just As the performance was about the Burin some one in the Balcony raised the cry of 44 fire a when the crowd in the gallery rushed for the doors. Four women fire children lost their lives in the scramble for exit by being either trampled to death or injured in some other manner and several others were Aeria Seiy Hurt. According to a Nous Pantinople dispatch of the 6th the Porte had that Day dispatched to his ambassadors at the courts of the six guaranteeing Powers a reply to count Andrea syn a note. He says the turkish government had resolved to Afi ply to the insurgent districts the five leading Points of Andrea syn a scheme namely re Livious Liberty modification of the system of tithes granting of facilities to agriculturists application of a portion of the revenues of the insurgent provinces to local improvements and the appointment of a mixed commission of Mdse Almaas of Riff christians to watch the execution of these reforms. Two Numal pedestrians miss von Hillern a German woman and mis. Marshall of Chicago finished a six Days walking match at a armory building i Chicago on the Erren ing of the 5th, the latter winning the contest. The distance accomplished by the Victor was 988 8-18 Miles to 981 by her opponent. Both i were Well exhausted by their lengthy tramp the Winner being if anything the More used up of the two. A London dispatch of the eth says by Ihram no a to a had denied feat he had Mads overt bras to the Vatican in behalf at English Ritualist. To London Timm of the 7th of entails a letter from Sevillo Prim which say the recent elections la Spain were carried by a Amiem frauds on fee part of the my Tirry. A Undt Brussels dispatch says the common Council of Antwerp had invited or. Motley the historian of the dutch Republic to it fraud historical Honor of the Patriate of Tbs sixt Rath oratory. 4 in. Bakx arrived to 8t Louis them and his trial on the charge of orap Terito wife Fea whisky frauds my bag ii to Feri Ftp Oft left the. Hepton Dsa Der and sentenced to the Penitentiary for convicted of Mur j a reak at nature in Georgia people life three Yean ago but the supreme court recently granted him a new trial. Senator Christiancy of Michigan was married in Washington recently to miss Lillie Lugenbeel lately a clerk in the Treasury department. The 8enator is about sixty four years of age and his Bride is represented to be Nineteen. Forty Fot attn co Tigre 59. Wednesday feb. 2.�?the House joint re oian on directing the commit Reinere of Tkv District of Columbu to Psar interest on Bonds issued in Para Nance of the set of Congress approved 20, 1874. Oat of any Fonds in the United Jane states Treasury subject to the requisition of said commissioners was farther considered in the Senate the pending question being on an sane dment prohibiting any further Issue of sa5 Bonds under said act. A Bill was passed in the House providing for the Rale of Indian lands in Kansas to actual settlers it so Tho rites the payment by settlers and purchasers under appraisement already Mads of the appraised value of their farms in six equal annual instalments and also provides for a new appraisement. The proposed constitutional amendment limiting the presidential term was taken up and after discussion and the rejection of proposed amendments. Was anally Defeated year 144, nays 106, less than two thirds in the a formative. Thursday feb. 5.�?in the Senate the Bill to pay interest on the 8.65 District of Columbia Bonds was amended so As to prohibit any further Issue of such Bonds under the act of Congress of june 20. 1874. And providing that there shall be no increase tithe total indebtedness of the District and the Mil As amended was passed. Resolutions of workingmen of Detroit in Lavor of the repeal of the resumption set were presented and referred a Resolution was adopted in the House directing the Secretary ref War to report to the House the entire Cost of the last As Cal of the signal service. A Bill was year the Rolls of the Alonse. A Bill was introduced add referred for the encouragement of the conduct of Commerce in vessels. Four aftos of which at least Are owned by citizen of the i United Sites. The consular and diplomatic appropriation Hill 422.847 was taken no in committee of the whole and debated. A message was received from the president sad referred returning without his approval the act transferring the custody of certain Indian Trust funds from the Secretary of the Interior to the treasurer of the United states with a communication from the Secretary of the Interior setting out that the act was not sufficiently definite to accomplish the end desired. Or. Sherman Miro Friday feb. 4. Diced a Bill in Theu Enate to limit the value of House hold effects entitled to free entry. A motion was adopted to reconsider the vote by which the District of Columbia 8.65 Bond Bill was Paa aed. But Ore a ration was withdrawn and tie bin was again passed. Be Case of p. B. 8. Pinchback As senator from Wisiana was taken up and or. Morton advocated his claim to the seat his speech being largely devoted to the defense of his punch Back s personal character. Adjourned to the 7th a number of bils of a private character were passed in the Boom. A Sharp debate occurred on the Bill to Grant a pension to we r. Duncan of Tennessee it being stated that said Buncan had enlisted in the Confederate service in order to procure tie discharge from the Confederate prison in Knoxville of a crippled brother who had been arrested As a l Nion guide and that he bad deserted at tie first oppo Tui us remained in it debate the Bill joined the Federal service Aid during the War. After a running waa passed. Anjou Ned to the 7th monday feb. 7.�?a memorial of the new York Board of Trade demonstrating the i expediency of attempting the resumption of specie payments before the requisite conditions Are Ripe for it was presented and referred in tie Senate. The House Bill providing for the payment of tie judgment rendered by the court of Alabama claims was amended and passed. After tie introduction of sundry petitions and resolutions tie Pinchback Case was taken no and messes. Thurman and Christiancy spoke against sad or. Howe in favor of his admission. Among the Bills introduced in the House were tie following to secure homesteads to actual settlers on tie Public lands declaring the birthday of Abraham Lincoln feb it a National Holiday and that on the 14th of april tie National Flag till float at half Mast to substitute Wal a Ender note for National Bank notes and to make the duties on imports receivable one half in Legal tender notes and to repeal me resumption act vue is 01 1875 to give right of action for injuries resulting from tie Sale of intoxicating liquors. A motion to suspend the Rales to consider resolutions de Claring that Congress has no constitutional right in times of peace to Issue the paper of the government As Money and that All legislation should have in View the resumption of specie payment was Defeated yeas 96 nays 140. The Senate amendments to the District of co Lembka Bond Bill were a it no a conference committee was appointed. A Resolution was adopted instructing the committee on foreign affairs to ascertain and report what action if any has been taken by tie executive department of tie government in relation to the connection of the United states minister at the court of 8l James with the directory of tie so called Inna mine and with tie prosecution of the Machado claim. Tree Senate amendments to the Bill to provide Ter the Puy must Ofjard menu rendered by tie Alabama court of of Palms were concurred in. The consular and diplomatic appropriation Bill was considered in committee of the whole. Tuesday feb. 8.�?a number of House Bills were presented in tie be amp ate and referred. Or. Ferry president pro tern., waa at his own request excused Fram to tier service on the finance committee and or. Cooper waa appointed an Hla successor a Sueh Eomme tee. The Centennial App radiation til wan taken up Tat tie floor waa yielded to or. Eaton tie bankruptcy net to take effect Jaaj la Ieni a Raar Arah Hoo see in Reeo aet to the a a. Ferry my repeals tie bankruptcy act was passed to the add All Laws and parts of Lawshe Ramm thereof and supplemental thereto and provides that All suits and proceedings now pro dog to United status courts wherein a adjudication la a of dosing up suits Ana proceed to a unanimous consent to have it corrected. Eulogies were pronounced on the flute senator ferry. Baa Krapick has been made Aarau a Racoe with and be governed by the to Mona of i log Law which Ace Contin men he Force to my tie purpose Olosin at a Roo the maj uhf fun Bucat 6, 1876. M1w York. Lira cattle Filc models a. Boss Lite fft.tofeft.40. To i it Chicago to. T Milf Wuhsu of print �"feriraemra.1 a sew i83&�ui of fit be who Don t appear to have say Are co Nuima enough. A English paper says that it is thought in Many quarters that the jews arc going to Purchase the holy land of Turkey with h View if going there in a body. A Man in Kentucky waa found dead with fourteen Bullet holes in his head Aad a coroners jury returned Are dict of 44 death from undue the governor of Virginia pardoned a criminal the other Dav on condition that he shall never use ardent spirits wine or any other intoxicating beverage. The supreme court of Texas has decided that contracts for Confederate Money Are not void but the party can recover the real consideration for the contract 44 when i have work Todo a said an old Toper 441 always set about doing it he had been 44 letting about in a barroom for . 0. Republican. 44 what do they always put d. C. After Washington for a asked mrs. Quilt of or. Q. 44 Why my dear done to you know to Assn ton was the daddy of his country a said quilt with a snicker. Americans boil Tea but the chinese to preserve the flavor make it by infusion. That is they place a Smalt Quantity of Tea leaves in a bowl pour boiling water on them and then cover the bowl. There it a flourishing landlords association in Hartford conn., the member of which impart Mutual information in regard to my paying tenants and those who damage rented premises much beyond the Ordinary Wear and tear. Is or not astonishing that men who have the whole world to conquer will bother their great Heads with the tightness of a woman s skirt How about your stove pipe hats they make your Heads As Bald and Greasy As a dishcloth yet you Wear it Jalfin Tia. A lady residing in tills City aged upward of seventy years is cutting her third set of Teeth. During the oust several months three Teeth have made their appearance in her upper jaw and others Are forcing their Way through. A Syracuse n. A Courtial. A Man who ten years ago was known All Over the United states As one of the most promising of base Ball players living has for a few Days past been pedal my onions and Iota oct a tout the streets of Elizabeth unnoticed a my unknown. Anti even Tilia is better business than catching Boston advertiser. A swatting for eth verdict. A the German nurse�?44 is it a Gherman or an English Papy a the mamma�?44 Well i done to you Sec she was born in England but my husband is the German nurse�?44aeh, 8oh zen be Vil Vait to see Len Kvetch she vill sell beak and zen be vill know a a punch. 44 we Are going to give a stunner a said mrs. Mushroom to or. Grace Church Brown 44 and if instead of giving numbers to the Coachmen or. Brown you will Call out the names of the gue Tsas loud As you can those disagreeable people across the Street will see we move in As Good society As they York mail. My d ars i miss something or somebody i can to Tell what or who a said Jones to his children As Ira sat Down to Tea the other night. 44 p raps its Mother a said Little Billy 4she�?Ts gone Over to aunt Jane s to the child was right. It was mrs. Jones who was missed and Jones said in continuance 44 Well lets have a quiet supper traveller. It is hard very hard to get at the theories of the different schools of Medicine especially As the doctors in most cases done to understand the theories themselves but it has been Learned after patient research that the homeopathic remedy for sore lips is still contained in the adage Eimy a Simili Buss Curan tur. In fact it la Curan tur Uncle either applied by one of the opposite . Louis Nepal ice. The boys of wine Musca nev., had some fun with a showman. They formed a line from the ticket office extending1 around a near Corner. Each asked the Price of admission and being told that it was fifty cents Shook his Bead said it waa too dear retired and fell in at the rear of the line. This was kept up until the showman astounded by the unanimity and seemingly Groat number reduced the charge Ana Lien every boy cleared out a certain Parson who is also a school teacher handed a problem to hit Clam in mathematics the other Day. The first boy look it looked at it awhile and said 4 i pass Seo Oad boy took it and said �?�41 torn k the third boy stared it it awhile and drawled out 441 can to make 44 very Good Hoys a said fee parson44 we will proceed to Cut for anew Tel. Kid the twitch danced like lightning Over the shoulders of those depraved Young mathematicians. 44 Young indies have the privilege of saying anything they please daring leap year she said eyeing him oat of the a Oxner of her eyes with a Sweet look. His heart Gas a Groat bound and while he wondered if she waa going to ask the question which he had so song desired and feared to do he answered 44 44 and urn Young men must not refuse a raid she. 44 no no How would they a sighed he. .44 Well said a he 44 will you a he fell on his Knees and mid. A a anything anything too Aak 44 wait till i get through. Will you take a walk Aad not hang around Mur House an much a and he Oitim Derrick. _ of left coloured fires used in the Sot from the wings. Every offi Ethe Freeter wan it Jcu pied Aad the dense crowd was pressing land surging about the Stair cases and in front of the doom. Some one in the audience took up the cry of fire and it was re echoed from near the door by some one who caught a glimpse of red Glare from the stage. There was an immediate rash for the front doors. A child was pushed Down the Steps and screamed. Immediately after a Man thrust his Arm through a window and the scream and crash were enough to set the panic in full fort. The scene was a terrible one in the narrow Vestibule leading to the Street. The people in the rear mad with fear pressed upon those in front shouting and cursing. Men terror stricken struck Down helpless women and children in front or climbed Over their Heads to the top of the staircase and precipitated themselves upon the screaming and bleeding mass of children and women in the hallway. The scene in and about the opera House after the Accident was heart rending. The news of the catastrophe spread like wildfire Over the City and from every direction came people hurrying to the scene until the squares were impassable. There Are Many conflicting stories As to the origin of the panic. The building was filled from parquet to gallery with a dense mass which not Only filled All the seats and aisles but crowded the stairways and hundreds were outside seeking to gain admission. Behind the scenes were 500 school children who were to take part in the performance. When the false alarm was Given the audience became panic stricken and a rash was made for the stairways. 8ome Are said to have leaped from the Balcony upon the crowd below. The lower Circle of the House is but a few Steps above the level of the Street but the step Are narrow and soon became blocked by the surging crowd inside the House. Multitudes were preming for the doorway and in the Nanic women and children were overthrown and trampled to death by the panic stricken crowd. The scene beggars description. The alarm rapidly spread throughout the City and those who had wives or children there hurried Forward to their Rescue. A few heroic men placed themselves near the doorway and endeavoured to assure people there was no danger and an Effort was made from the stage to Check the mad career of the affrighted audience but quiet was not restored until a number Lyja be sett to at once made their Way homeward those More seriously injured were taken to the ninth Street station House and to the commercial Hospital and the dead were gathered in one of the offices of the opera House. Up to eight of clock to night the following had been reported killed and injured. Mrs. Alfred White and her son Harry aged twelve mrs. Nancy Clark reported to have died from heart disease caused by excitement August and Fred. Loesch two Brothers aged eight and ten Hattie Leslie age twelve James Crowley age seven Anna Mai Rienzi of Alton 111., who was visiting friends Here miss Veronica mass att aged Twenty two mrs. Henry Kessler suffered a severe concussion of the brain and is reported dead this evening. One unknown woman dead. Among the injured Are Fred. Strasburg miss Pumphey master Harry Bliss and a child named Coddington. Later. The following additional particulars of the disaster have been Learned Carer Uhl had the base of her Skull crushed and Collar Bone broken my Tel i nod was Hurt in the breast seriously mrs. Lyon was injured internally and mrs. White who was killed had five children with her one of whom was killed another the youngest was found clasped in her arms uninjured. Mrs. Rienzi of Alton was in the gallery and was either pushed Over the railing or lumped to the floor below striking on her he a. Jsu fun. 6 informal Torto flight from those injured at fee Robiadek Jfe Pera House yesterday is favo Rabie a a. Henry Kessler reported dead s still living and will recover. Considerable prominence is Given to the report that the alarm was started by pickpockets who expected to profit by it out inc Story is generally discredited. A Dpi when us Gur act he my heart known tie Leut regret Oxer that whispered no Reading tie notice did i Fth it the fall title of fee proposed new National Church of Mexico is44 the mexican Branch of the Catholic Church of our lord Jera Christ militant upon this is abridged for popular use ferns 44church of Jesus in it had by Llhee last accounts from the Rev. Or. Riley 8hwbhhb�?ite Day . A has no fee general super intends of this rave rent until a mexican by shop the appointed i a if litter front use Honeas stalls toc unfed to do if oppor it pc ipsa Aad the wife of in fora the Ohron Teford in gifts re it to Lofti fora of the Jan rat no analyst can guess tie canes a woman s reason laughs at Laws. Sure i am glad to know the wound i gave is healed that he has found loves blessedness and peace and yet a woman Uever can forget Gen. Bahorek in court. In tits Case of Gan. Babcock on trial at St. Louis on the charge of complicity with the whisky Remada a jury was be Laptad on the 8th, and hark Ait a Dyer delivered is opening address la which he said he proposed to prove that there was a conspiracy to defraud the Revenue that Gen. Babcock was in correspondence with the conspirators during the existence of fee conspiracy sad that he received Money directly from Joyce for Bis a Bare in the proceeds of the fraud s._the_ey1 Tidence offered the measure Oris office was called to tie witness stand Aad on being asked to state what he knew about be of me Grue in 1871, objection the court Garidad that the altars might in tar Tea a Faailoa wife the indent inf leg tempt the of the court on a competency would be Giren thereafter. The wit Aero then began to speak about me Grus when decease Agate objected and he was withdrawn Aad a or. Thompson distiller was a Abs of the stand sad gave a history of his connection with the ring explained hew he made crooked whisky Etc Etc ail of which had been stated no Merenz Limos Lini an during fee examination of this will so the defense objected to a Quea Tutora not directly relevant to the a Slisi Ilii Irilian tent to Flag itch a rated that testimony la establish the or la tease of and Roj Rod Kluj Era him my in end a Lwft might he Rel Jou Recd. Mage attire statement that Fli a a to Iraq gift round Fea world a ram saw Ftp Ger the who once a loved her and to Day 1 seem to be him stand with every glance a mute Caress. Still pleading for tie longed for yes. I Early love for me i dead another lives in that love s Stead and if he loves her Well As men should love their chosen ones Why then he must be glad that Long ago. Instead of yes i gave him no. Perhaps that is the reason Why i read tie notice with a sigh. A Harper s Basar. Something. Unk of Hans Christian Andersen a stories. 441 want to be something a said fee eldest of five Brothers. 441 want to do something in the world. I done to care How Humble my position May be in society if i Only effect some Good for that will really be something. I la make bricks for they Are quite indispensable things and then i shall truly have done 44 but that something will not he enough a quoth the second brother. 44 what you intend doing is just As much As nothing at All. It is Journeyman a work and can be done by . No i would rather be a bricklayer at once for that is something real and that a what i will be. That brings rank As a Bricky layer one belongs to a Guild and is a citizen and has ones own Flag and ones own House of Call. Yes and if All goes Well i will keep journeymen. I shall become a master bricklayer and my wife shall become a masters wife that is what i Call 44 that a nothings All a said the third. 44 that is beyond the Pale of the Guild and there Are Many of those in a town that stand far above the Mere master Artisan. You Mav be an honest Man but As a master you will after All Only belong to those who Are ranked among common men. 1 know something better than that. I will be a architect Aad will thus a Oler info the territory of Art and speculation. I shall be reckoned among those who stand High in Point of intellect. I shall certainly have to serve up from the Pickas so to speak so i must begin As a carpenters apprentice and must go about As an assistant in a cab though a am accustomed to Wear a silk hat. I shall have to fetch Beer and spirits for the common journeymen and they will Call me 4 thou a and that is insulting but i shall imagine to myself that the whole tiling is Only acting and a kind of masquerade. Tomorrow that is to say when i have served my time i shall go my own Way and the others will be nothing to me. I shall go to the Academy and get instructions in drawing and shall be called an architect. That s something i May get to be called 4 sir a and even 4 worshipful sir a or even gut a handle at the front or at the Back of my name and shall go on building Aad building justas those before me have built. That will always be a thing to remember and that a what i Call something a 44 but i done to Caie at All for that something a said the fourth. 441 wont sail in the Wake of others and be a copyist. I will be a Genius and stand up a eater than All the Reet of you together. I shall be the creator of a new style and will give the plan of a building suitable to the climate and the material of the country for the nationality of the people for the development of the age and an additional Story for my own 44 but supposing the climate and the material Are bad a said the fifth 44 that would be a disastrous circumstance for these two exert a great influence nationality moreover May expand itself until it becomes affectation and the development of the Century May ran wild with your work As youth often runs wild. 1 quite realize the fact that none of you will be anything real however much you May belief the in yourselves. But do what you like i will not resemble you 1 shall keep on the outside of things and criticise whatever you produce. To every work there is attached something that is not rights something that has gone wrong and i will ferret that out Anraad fault with it and that will be doing something a and be kept Bis word and everybody said concerning this fifth brother,44 there is certainty something in him he has a Good head but he Doro and by that very Means they thought something of him now you see this in Only a Little Story but it jul never Aid so Long As the world Riti a hit wms ref the five Broth tured bricks soon became aware of the Ifal that every Brick however Small it might be produced for him a Little Coll though this Coin was Only Copper 11b1 a i Many Copper pennies Laid one upon Ura Racan be changed into a Shine Dol Lar and wherever one knocks with such i a Dollar in ones hand whether aft the bakery a or fee Butcher a or the tailor wherever it May be the doer flies open and fee visitor la welcomed and gats what he wants. You see that la what Cornea of Brick Florae of those belonging to fee eldest brother certainly crumbled away or broke in two but there Wra a use euro for feral. On the Kigh Rampart the Wall that Kef out there Margaret Poew woman wished to Torito herself a Little House. All the faulty bricks were Given to her and a few perfect Ora a ufos fee Bergein for fee eldest brother Wae a Good natured Raen though he certainly did not Schiere anything beyond the manufacture of bricks. The poor woe ran put together fee Kora for Henek it was Buis end narrow Smy the single window Wra quite crooked. The door was toe Low and the thatched reef might have Iran better work Ira ship. Fly after All it was a shelter and from fee Little Honra you would look for fee shrieks for its erection had Long dead and buried. The second brother knew better How to build a Wall for he had served an apprenticeship to it when he had served his time and passed his examination he packed his Knapsack and Sang the Journeyman a song White i sub Jour m wander from place to place in roam Aad everywhere bal id houses until i come Hack Hostal and youth will give me courage Aad my True love won t forget Hurrah then for a Workman s life ill he s master 7et and he carried Lis idea into effect when he had come Home and become a master he built one House after another in the town. He built a whole Street and when the Street was finished and became an ornament to the place the houses built a House for him in return thai was to be his own. But How can houses build a House if you ask them they will not answer you but people will understand what is meant by the expression and say a cell Fml. It waa fee a treat thou built us danced with Hia Bride upon this clan floor it seemed to become polished Oak Anc from every Stone in the Wall sprung Forth a Flower and the room was Gay a if with costliest paper hangers work. It pretty House Ana in it lived a Happy pair. The Flag of the Guild fluttered before the House and the journeymen and apprentices shouted Hurrah yes he certainty was something and at last he died and that was something too. Now came the architect the third brother who had been at first a carpenters apprentice had worn a Cap and saved As an errand boy but had afterwards gone to the Academy and risen to become an architect and to be called 44 honoured yes if the houses of the Street had built a House for the brother who had become a bricklayer the Street now received the name from its architect and the handsomest House in it became his property. That was something and he was something and he had a Long title before and after his name. His children were called genteel children and when he died his widow was 44 a widow of rank a and that is something a and his name always remained at tue Corner of the Street and lived on in the Mouth of everyone As the streets name and that was something now came the Genius of the Fanelly the fourth brother who wanted to invent something new and original and an additional Story on the top of it for himself. Rut the top Story tumbled Down and he came tumbling Down into it and broke his neck. Nevertheless he Hada splendid funeral Faith Guild flags and music wems in the papers and Flowers strewn on the paving stones in the streets and three funeral orations were held Over him each one Loncker than the last which would have rejoiced him greatly for he always liked it when people talked about him a Monument also was erected Over his grave. It was Only one Story High but still it was something. Now he was dead like the other three Brothers but the last the one who was a critic outlived them All and that was quite right for by this Means he got the last Ora and it was of great importance to him to have the last word. The people always said he had a Good head of his own. At last his hour came and he died and came to the Gates of Paradise. There so always enter two and two and he came up with another soul that wanted to get into Paradise too and who should this be but old Dame Margaret from the House upon the sea Wall i suppose this is done for fee Sake of contrast that i and this wretched soul should arrive Here at exactly the same time a said the critic. 44 Pray who Are you Ray Good woman a he asked. 44 do you want to get in Here too a and the old woman courtesies Quot As Well As she could she thought it must be St. Peter himself talking to her. 44 in a a poor old woman of a very Humble family a she replied. 44 in Mold Margaret that lived in the House on the sea Wall a 44 Well and what have you done what have you accomplished Down there a 441 have really accomplished nothing at All in the world nothing that i can plead to have the doors Here opened to me. It would be a real mercy to allow me to slip in through the 44 in what ipturaa1 did you leave the world a asked he just for the Sake of saying something for it was wearisome work standing there and saying nothing. 44 Why i really done to know How i Lert it. I w As sick and miserable during my last year and could not Well Bear creeping out of bed and going out suddenly into the Frost and cold. It was a Winter but i have got out of it All for a few Days the weather was quite Calm but very cold As your Honor must very Well know. The sea was covered with ice a far As one could look. All the people from the town walked out upon the ice and i think they said there was a dance there and skating. There was Beautiful music and a great feast there too the sound came into my poor Little room where i Lay ill. And it was toward the evening the Moon had risen beautifully but it was not yet in its full splendor 1 looked from my bed out Over the wide sea and far off just where the sea and sky join a strange White Cloud came up. I Lay looking at the Cloud and Isas a Little Black spot in the Middle of it that grew larger raid larger and then i knew what it meant for i am old and experienced though fee Token is not a not seen. I knew it and a shuddering came a Fin me. Twice in my life have i seen the same thing and i knew there would be an awful tempest and a Spring flood which would overwhelm fee poor people who were now drinking and dancing and rejoicing Young and old fee whole City had issued Forth who was to warn them if Nooney Taw what was coining yonder or knew a i did what it meant i waa alarmed and Felt More Lively than i Bud done for a Long time. I crept out of bed and cot to the window but olt old not crawl further i was so exhausted. But i managed to open the window i saw fee people outside running and jumping about on fee ice i could see the Beautiful flags feat waved in the wind. I heard fee boys shouting 44 Hurrah a and the savant men and maids singing. There were All kinds of merriment coing on. But the Feite Clou Wito the Black spot 1 cried Oti a loud a i would but no tee heard me i Wue too for from the people. Soon the storm would burst and fee ice would break Aad All who Are opon it would be tart without remedy. They would not hear me Aad i could not come out to them. Of if i could Only bring them ashore then kind heaven inspired me with the thought of setting fire of my bed and rather to let the House Burn a Defoi than that All those people perish so teide ratty. I Eoo needed in lighting up a beara for them. The red flair mazed up on High and i escaped out of fee door but a Down exhausted on the threshold could get no farther. The out toward me flickering through came up Here to the Gates of Paradi Ift i am told they Are open to poor creatures like Mon and now i have no House left Down upon the Rampart not that i. Think this will give me Aam Jerimi then fee Gates of heaven were Ope red and the Angel led fee old woman in. Bic left a Straw behind a a Straw feat had been in a bed when she Art it on fire to save the lives of Muy and this Straw had been changed into the purest Gold into Gold that grew and grew and spread into beauteous leaves and Flowers. 4 look Fels is what the poor woman brought a said the Angel to fee critic. A what Dost thou bring i know that Oliou Hart accomplished nothing thou but not made so much As a single Brick. A if thou Couldst Only return and effect at least so much As that probably fee Brick when thou hut made it would not be Worth much but if it were made with Good will it would at least be something. But thou cans not go Back and i Ean do nothing for thee a then the poor soul the old Dame who uw#4 1� Smarn. Aft a a Foft so a a my ramen a a a i built my House and that was a great Deal for a poor woman like me. Could not All those bricks and pieces be counted u a single Brick in his favor it we an act of mercy. He wants it new and is not this the Voy Fountain of mercy a then the Angel said 44thy brother whom thou hut regarded u fee least among you All he whose honest Industry seemed to thee u the most Humble hath Given thee this heavenly gift. Thou Shalt not be turned away. It shall be vouchsafed to thee to stand Here without fee Gate and to reflect and repent of Fey life Down yonder but thou Shalt not be admitted until thou hut in real Earnest accomplished 441 could have said that in better words a thought fee critic but he did not find fault aloud and for him after All that we 44 the course of True love on ice. She Cante tripping from fee Church door her face flushed by emotions awakened by the just uttered discourse and eyes Bright with Loving expectation. He shivered on fee Curbstone where for an hour he had waited impatiently with a burning heart fairly palp Tating in his Throat and hard now. Toa poor old Worman who fee thought a be fog burned to death. Not opera Imatean by Fofe i heard them Eom fog Bra 1 my bacame aware Faiu Ahoff found of Tiro air i heard a rambling fee fee Szorad of heavy artillery we lifting fee covering of ire i which reran try cracked Aad Defost Fofo a radar Arrabit fee people such i Fea Srawl a we a Frozen fingers in his pockets. They linked arms and started for fee residence of a parents. Afta a few moments hesitating silence he said 44 Jane we have known each other Long. You must know just How i feel. You must have seen that Clear Down at the Bottoms of Moses a he had slipped Down on the ice with so much Force that his spine was driven up into his hat and his hat we tipped Over his nose but she we a tender hearted girl. She did not laugh but she carefully helped him to his feet and said 44 you were saying John when you slipped feat the foundation of goodness a 8be slipped herself that time and saw Little stars come Down to dance before a eyes but he pulled her up in haste and went on. 44 yes just As i said clean Down at the Bottom of my heart is a fervent love on which i build my Hopes. That love has ii Elped me stand face Thunder a lie was Down again but scrambled up before she could stoop to hip him and she said breathlessly 44 yes yes John. You remember you just said a love which helped you stand and face Thunder. And feat you founded your Hopes on this Pesky ice a there she set. John grasped the Loose part of a Sac que Between fee shoulders with one hand and raised her to her feet As one would lilt a Kitten from a pail of water by the Back of the neck. Then he said with increased earnestness 44 of course Darling and i have longed for an Opportunity to Tell my love and to hear whisper whoop a somehow Johns feet had slipped from under him and he had come Down like a capital wife Bis head and feet pointing skyward. She twined her taper fingers in his Curling locks and raised him to fee stature of a Man set Liis hat firmly Over his eyes with both hands and cried in breathless haste 441 understand and let me assure you John that it it is in my Power to lighten your cares and make brighter your journey through life to Jerusalem a John stood alone and said wife breathless vehemence 4i of my precious and Feus shall it lie my lifelong pleasure to lift you from the rude assaults of Earth and surround you wife the Loving atmosphere of Texas a and there they both Aat together. They had nearly reached the Gate and hand to hand and with hearts overflowing with fee Bliss of Young loves first confession they crept along on their Knees up fee front Steps and were soon forgetful of their bumps on that softest Cushion of the parlor Jaimes. Facts and figures. The French geographical society has 1,400 members on its Register. The exports from Canada of the United states last year were Obly $065,926, against $1,431,379 in 1874. Last year fee commissioners of the District of Columbia expended $700,000 in repairing bad we. During fee last year l,64i Persona in fee province of Ontario were committed for vagrancy and 3,663 for drunkenness. In 1850 fee aggregate value of butter and cheese exported from this country amounted to Only $334,000. This year the Export value of cheese alone will be Over $12,000,00p. Thebe were exported from new York to Europe fort year leather valued at $5, -339,187 hides $2,431,435 skins $i529,-444 shoe pres $95,356. And belong $80,-576, or $9,425,966 of All. Act Uhm to fee Philadelphia Ledger figures show that in the old Days of Stagecoach travel the number of persons kilted every year when the smaller proportionate number of travellers is considered waa about forty times As great As the Patseen Gen killed by accidents on fee great lines of railways. During fee past year there have been inspected in the districts of new York Philadelphia Albany new London Boston and Portland 1,377 steam vessels of All classes having 1,588 boilers wife a tonnage of 418738.68 and 1,267 masters 120 mates 638 pilots and 2,100 Engineer have been licensed. Official figures prove that fee Metropolis of great Britain consumed of 1874 of fat cattle to the amount of $52,224,240, Gold of our Moray. The average Cost per Pound live weight was fourteen cents Gold. Just think of it ova $1,000,-009, every week for this Ora item of Good beef Here surely is a Royal Placer better than California digging. Murrain and the total foot disease have carried Oft thousands of cattle of England the do Fici Eney must be met from sproed. Meat is very Deer b London. It ought to be Sherar. The Western Prairies of our country Are Black with Lusty and Belk Tring droves. London demands Etta mfg Wohead of Berf cattle for a yearly Supply and Tiki demand of Conat Ratov to wig with tire a Parma rapidity other annual Inohara of 60,000 be ordet imagine the jul Yon a living struggling Craog Catt Effi pouring Foto a markets Wiby / would make it line Horn to Tail i Miles Long. An army of Beeves stretching from mow York to Chicago Rad Way or. Of to to Foost in

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