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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 6, 1876, South Haven, MichiganT a <7 a i a ? xxx South have Imi a it 6, 1876. It or be it a if my f i a a f it .7__til _ i we win is Sam amp a a a a a a a a a teem min is news. Lafa Tutti Lake has been renominated far of tigress by the democrats of Oregon a hmm my i 2 4 a International Archt logical convention will be held at Philadelphia on the 4th of september next. Tiby German Imperial court of a fact Pline has sentenced count von Arni Mno formal d ism heal from the Public service and pay All coals of the proceedings. Two Here front distillers in South Carara convicted of Revenue frauds have been sentenced an average of two years imprisonment in the Albany Penitentiary. True House judiciary committee has authorized the Ergeant Al arms employ counsel Aid Hon in Proto coling the Appeal before the courts in the Kil Bourne Habagat Corpus Case. The april statement of the operations of the United states mint shows that there was coined at Thow Arious mints during the month Gold and Silver a it the Alum Fowx of Lue oj-$5,088,380. The advices received la i radon on the 87th from Mesopotamia show that the plague was rapidly increasing. Since tire previous report there had been 558 new cases and 286 death s. M us recent new York democratic state1 convention recognized the tammany Del my _ r 4 Gates from new York City As a regular,1 a and gave seats without voice 4o the anti i. In Ito tammany contestants. Delegates Flie National convention were chosen and resolutions were adopted endorsing the administration of gov. Tilden and recommending him As a candidate for the presidency of the United state. The prussian chamber of deputies of the 80th us t., passed a my 1 few the incorporation of the Dochy of Lano Burg w the the kingdom of Prussia. Ccok Dufo Vienna specials of the 28ih ult., the Porte had sent s circular Tetter its representatives at the various european courts demanding military assistance in the suppression of the insurrection and citing As a precedent the sup Prensa a a of the hungarian Insun Recti Ltd by Russia in 1646 a report prevailed at five vow. _ a a its preparation. Ilo also again assorted bit be Ilid not think in his Ottmo Ctm with that Enterprise that he had been a Silty of ont Fin Airi it a Cefis ing. _ mime a Resolution was adopted calling on the Secretary nne Arentz. Their rate of com pen wit Ion. Expense Etc the Bill establish an educational fund considered. And an amendment waa offered by or Sherman in the House the conference committee on the deft Letcy appropriation Bill Fri Srsa a so sons amp is 2s tit a ask considered. Thursday april 27.-�?the report of the conference committee on the deficiency Bill waa adopted 4n the 8en�le. The impeachment trial Wax begun at 12 of clock and a motion Mot Ltd. After retiring for Costil Timion the Seg Ali Fot Cmor of Massachusetts has vetoed the Bill legalize the marriage of James Parl a with his step daughter on the ground that the act is not within the Power of the legislature. The recent California Republican state von mention expressed a preference for Jas. <1. Blaine Lor president of the United suites but left is delegates the National convention uninstructed in that regard. A a a $ or 4 a 6 a a z tire Delegate the Nafi Dooal Oto ten Tina chosen by the Arkansas Republican a state convention Are instructed give licit prefer Nee he Natof Morton As a candidate for president of uie United slates. To denied. Adjourned the pending motto be Law that us Wal aeon relating the nowt la of j Oread Hon be a Ven before the argument mm<4 relating thereto. Far the ,ih8jw a ate amendment the Bill defining the tax on Fer i rented an Horl a a a and referred Afir stove or Digap Michigan Jet ate news. Of re 25th, wolfs or. My Renslo s a amp a eighty two years old living at Leroy firt m a a ao09t on Ismall a via i ought u. £�11 Ottye karts of Bra City _ year old Daub she had not been out of the mothers sight Molt was Junta late in boarded curb in Little of of the is and a Litzts one Der balance than Fly instil the in which Wjk watch. Gash in was look and fell at Detroit a amp a $5t1� \ 4>oy named it a sought his Toi in s Belt lacing Ile was secured by the Workman and held until the Onirine up Crl Revol the r r Orf Jesh Wert torn from the Arm As tar up As the Elbow. The i owls Runth . Ipin it -v-l.w. Held until the Engin m stopped Flord my seas Isisah 1� h Smithl i Lub sllar3 a for a its so Micah a file a then i the bids. A k it Mcnab a ten fashionable for in trimmed with the brim lag the Rood that it k and that mail Ion a Ink thai better when torn i tiring h the people who feathers from the be amt Moet rare queenly brow and a glory of a a a Bloom on lip and on Check behalf of the Birds i Mast speak. To pity spare Ned a Ltd Birds of the air age from agonized bodies be lines your head or your heels adore f it you a Giro of the air and singing with Joy l a brutal Ted hobble de Hoy and tic ate by Shine Loaree a had spread oat a snare a poor feathered captive Down my Jyh i w the Earth from those Sun Light what Lemy despair Pjhmi-vvwk0vpi the official debt state meet for april Slius the Public debt be $2,2 24,309,-ca�h in Treasu fyn Coin $77,�05, 42 currency special de visits held for redemption of certificates of Dej visit $33,6<>5,000 total $116,431,-615. Debt less Cash in Treasury. $2,167,-1138,253. Decrease during april $2,-781,181. A of wet. , of the United states circuit court at St. Louis has overruled motion for arrest of judgment in the Asi of we. Mckee convicted of con Jay defraud the Revenue in connect Ion with the whisky ring. The prisoner was then sentenced two years imprisonment in the county jail and Quot by a Fine of $10,600. A the republicans of California have in state con Enion chosen delegates the National convention and adopted a platform declaring in favor Fri a return a metallic currency and the restoration of Silver Coin its constitutional Equality with Gold As a Legal tender and in favor of the payment of the National debt in Gold and condemning repudiation. The Massachusetts Republican state convention met at Boston on the �?~26lh, and chose delegates the n Lional convention a Resolution was adopted that the delegates he a pledged. It is thought a majority of the delegation Are in favor of the nomination of Secretary Bristow for the presidency. Among the Resolution adopted by the convention is one in favor of the resumption of specie payment at a Date not later than that already fixed by Law. The Chicago journal of the 28th ult. Says Don Carlos the pretender the Span bit throne a a was recognized in this City last sunday by those who have seen him at Madrid and Paris who assure us most positively that they saw him accompanied by three Spanish companions at mass in the 1 ranch c Catholic Church on hailed Street on that Day. Those from whom we derive this information Are very positive that it was the veritable Don Why he was late. The Rev. 8. Miller Hageman happened be late yesterday morning in making i appearance at Apollo Hall where his congregation have stated services and the reason therefore he explained privately one or More of his deacons is narrated Llis lodging place was at the Wall House which was last week sold out and cleared of its occupants excepting the Dominie. By arrangement he continued occupy his room As of old it being his intention Stop on with the incoming proprietor or. J. H. Trenor. A watchman was or. Hagemans Only companion in the he use beside a Newfoundland dog and unfortunately for the Dominie the Man Leit yesterday a without Awakening his guest it was not until the various Church Bells ground their Call about ten o clock that the senses of the preacher were relieved from the custody of Mot Ileus. Pm realised the Neoe mity fat Lei info is Hurri Frd toilet descended of the fret do oct a a la behind Zilfie Mast non guard. In at tempting leave by a Side door the per pl�,x0d Doni Ioie haul do b6tt6r Success is i he faithful dog would not permit it and viciously showed his fangs in close proximity or. Hagemans nether extremities strategy wag then resorted and a sort if truce patched up Between the Man and canine with the Aid of a handkerchief made into a Ball. Tossing the object across the floor the dog was induced go after it and by that Means an Opportunity was afforded the imprisoned Clergyman raise a window Sash we hence the Yard was easily accessible. At the second toss of the improvised Ball or. Hageman vaulted the window Sill and carefully though a Kiejdy lowering the Sash was rid of his jailor and in a fair Way make the premise a s with the Best Kwim Ptim a of Grace at his command he scaled the Fence but at that Point an offer trouble menaced this anxious pastor. A Man of a suspicions turn of mind who did a know the reverend gentleman was aware us a Wall House was vacant made it his Buai Ness pry into the irk and would not be sans Ltd of Many a identity though Austria had ordered her army a Dalmatia be increased 30,000. The Royal assent was Given on the 27th ult. To the Bill conferring upon Queen Victoria the title of Empress of India and on the 28th Hie contained a proclamation announcing its Assumption by her majesty. It was announced a a ult. That the Straits of Mackinac were open and that steadier a uus such in a pcs doge. A a Quot i a pm judge , of the court of the District of Columbia granted a writ of Haber corp on the 28th ult., in the Case of Hallett Kilbourne the Noonun Zacious witness but remanded him the custody of the United states marshal answer an indictment. The prisoner then gave bail and was released. The action of the court was reported Tbs House and the matter Wai a furred the judiciary com Mitte. The German government on the 29th ult., published a decree giving the inhabitants of Alsace and Lorraine the right of suffrage in cases where elec id retain the French nationality they still remained domiciled in those provinces. James my cute reached Quincy ii., on the 29fh ult., direct from the Black Hills. Or. Mccune gives a very discouraging act oat of the conduit mgr affairs in the Gold Region. The prise of accessories was very High and Gold very scarce tie believed that a old had not l>eei3 discovered in paying quantities and did not believe it would be. While there were plenty of rumours of the finding of Rich lodes no one had been found who had picked up Gold of any great value. Fortunately game was abundant. The Chicago Tribune published of the same Day a letter from poster City in which the writer stated that Gold abounded in the Black Hills but rot in the Vicinity of Custer City. On Rafhel Creek miners were making about six dollars per Day and would do better when the Frost was out of the ground. He believed there was plenty of Gold for those who had Means build sluices but pan work would not be profitable. Feta was Pronto sri wheel. The turks succeeded our a in �?zuu., in re Victualling Nissa alter a pcs Peisate engagement with the insurgents near pres Jeka. The King of Dahomey refused lately pay a Fine imposed on him for Mal treating a British subject and sent an insolent message the British commander inviting him visit Dahomey where he would be paid in powder and balls. The death of Hon. . Graham l United states Consul at Florence Italy occurred on the 30th ult. Turn be Leonial con my Totomi a told derided close toe Quot exit Bitton 0rrbttir-<ja3rs. The flt Nal announcement Lias been made by the director general that the exposition will be Oigt Ned pfc Public on wednesday May 10, at noon. Dow Pedro left san Francisco for Chicago on else morning of too 29th hit. A Mexico the 00ih the unopposed occupation of Ca Nargo by Gen. Diaz the Leader of the revolutionary movement. Fourteen prisoners escaped from Cook county la Llly 3wh tilt. The tuft Aey was a vein Sereff by a prisoner bound and gagged and his keys taken from him. 8ome of the cells and the outside door of the jail were unlocked and the prisoners w asked out unmolested. Tel dlr if a tuft tween Rudesheim and Bingen on the Rhine exploded on the 1st, killing thirty of the passengers. The general conference of the methodist episcopal Church assembled in Baltimore of the 1st. Bishop Ames m Ade the welcoming address and Bishop Janes responded. Geo. W. Woodruff was chosen Secretary and Rev. Israel Pershing of Pittsburg assistant Secretary. In was reported in London on the 2d that Emtel Hulad Quot been issued gathers Fleet and army with which punish the reported the House Frfd at april 28�?no important legislative business was trans of a the Renata. The impediment trial was returned and a request Uris made and Arenas for a postponement for two weeks and orders were agreed upon that the Senate proceed hear and determine the question of jurisdiction and that the trial proceed on the 4th of May. And that the opening and closing of the argument he Given respondent adjourned May 1 a number of private Bills were a sued in the House. Severe of the committee amendments the Legi Auve appropriation Bill were agreed and the Point of order was made and sustained by the speaker that the Section transferring the Indian Bureau the s a department was not germane the Bill and was stricken out Aad tha Bill was passed-2u� 17. Saturday april 29.�?Senate not in session a Resolution Wae adopted in the Tonse discharging the committee on military affairs Imi it a further inquiry too the charges Larl a number of w hues up would have Tobe firm noned from Teriw. Eo<3, tos the wrong Doin j any a ugh occurred belonged a Remote me he would now barred 7rom any criminal prosecution. A Bill was introduced in relation the storage of fermented Lionora. The font opted elect is care of jul Monc .&Gtweff Fri no the third Blinkh do prick Asp rhe is Oervy of the am mite on a options having reported in Tavor of or. Lemoyne and the minority supporting the claims of or. Far Well. Monday May 1 a a by Law Intro Dusso is the Senate a Rofe Trei. Authoring the Secretary of the Treasury a new the Ispus of fractional currency providing that the Tota the is i the United Oddin the 26th. Y he Jav fit u Iver the other Caw san three fogs. Amount outstanding at any one time shall not sex a bit was passed path oozing purchasers of certain sitting a a Cowrt of need $50,b00,h00. The Issue of patents Miami lands in Kansas. A impeachment motion a it rescind the order allowing the respondent open and close the Artimen . Etc. Was overruled Atill Arrn Nert of tha managers that four of them be allowed Toad Dresa the Senate on the question of Jana diction was granted and the court adjourned the 4th in the House a motion suspend the rules Aud adopt a Resolution directing the Severa a Van gating committees conduct their proceed lugs with open doors was rejected yeas Luff nays 105�?lei6 bad two third in the Tfir Matiyew a similar Resolution was then adopted providing an exception when in the option of such com j Mittee. The pay Etc interest will be thereby but and person accused before Axom Mittee will have the right be heard in hip own person or by counsel or both. A motion sons Ibeh of the Ken matk it a act As a Tottos the redemption and Canca Uatha of nixed a a Boum and the Sale of state Bonds for the accomplishment of 1 hat purpose was reject be yeas lib Naya Ulm not two thirds in the Uve. A motion was rejected yeas 84, nays 12b a instructing the Toves Ligating Petose their labors and report thereon on or before the with of june except when otherwise expressly provided by the Alonse. Messes. Gibson Blackburn new Vance of Ohio Stevenson. A. B. A Telly of Pennsyl Vanlow. Forbes repo and Darrell were announced As the select committee investigate the Federal offices in new Orleans. Or. Blaine made a personal explanation denying the a Pacific Bond Story. Tuesday May 2.�?a petition was presented n the Senate from the society of friends protesting against the Transfer of the Indian in res n the War department. The House Bill appropriating $38 000 for subsistence supplies for the Apache indians in for ithe re Mova of other indians the san Carlos Agen re was passed. A Resolution was offered Ana Laid a ver instructing. on can Merce teen spurs Frits Tarp a alter Fly foreign fan i Graf Ion. He via fid i v reread. Pro Babi Sam Behagg a its ent St m Petong ceremonies a the 10thin the House a Bill waa passed appropriating s1s.ooq for the maintenance of lights on the Mississippi Ohio and Missouri Rivers. A Resolution. Directing the committee on the read estate Pool accept an offer made by Hallett Kili in Hli favor was Laid pm is. A Rendl Tuton was ado us Lustre Ofiu the judiciary committee investigate into the mat tar of Stablish Niton god Ltd f a Tats is tory so i Fellows la Toby ii 1 Iez Stotty we la Motoi Camp on the Day by Reung circa had he tried # we . ,. A Battle Crick Man was fined 130, on the 26lh, for spearing fish in Cognac Lake in of the Fiuty Law. Th4 prot a ution was St the instance of the sports As a Dito of that atty. Liis was probably Che fir Tea get Ever tried in Michigan for violation of the fish Laws. Earuy on the morning of the 27th, a White Man by the name of we. Lewis Littlejohn while Iff a wok with a cum j re of Flag up a piece of property near Bridgeport in 8ug-Iuaw Cobty was deliberately shot by a negro named w. Thomas. The Only provocation was a quarrel the previous Day in which Littlejohn called the negro a liar. Or. Approaching Littlejohn Nevith a double barrelled shot gun he alluded the circumstance when Littlejohn said that if Thomas made the assertion he did yesterday was Aliar. The negro then cocked both barrels which were loaded with Bird shot and fired them both at Littlejohns head and breast physicians were called and Thomas a arrested. Over 300 shot entered Littlejohns fact neck breast and shoulder. The wounds Are probably not fatal though Littlejohn is badly disfigured and will lose one Eye. Jonda g. La la cd s prominent Dix in of Ann Arbor died on the 27th, from the effects of the Hite of a rat. Lie attempted kill a rat alien it bit him on the hand. Sometime after Tho hand and Arm commenced a Welling and continued Awell till they a each an eur Moua Aize. Death resulted in about a week. A the balance of Cash in the a Tate Treasury pril 15, waa $1,103,574.77 receipt during be week ending april 22 were $12,731.�5 a gym ends during same time were $1,130.76 a Japan cd Treasury april 22, 1876, $1,205,-175.96 increase for Tho week $11,601.10. Bums a eat torture of Lor Tares with a Grin plucks your Beautiful plumage from quivering Akin i a miscreant Why if it must die. Of kill it quickly i�?T1 Heas Hia reply a a tie for line ladies i Pluck this a Ere Gull if 1 wring its neck Fust its blamed leather go now lady fair note will you dare tempt Auch ruffians torture the Birds o a or should not Beauty be guardian of Bra Duful things of once More be Karth i Angel and leave hem their wings. A Harper s Bazar. Runs about half s mile it it it a Tarrytown. "the7 Torre friends kept watch by the Road while their four comrades watched from the Summit of a Hill lest the american Light horse should break up the party for they were engaged in a business which was at least not specially authorized. The three friends pass their time began play a game of car4s. When they had been upon the ground Little More than an hours about half past eight in the morning one of them looking up from his cards saw approaching a Man Well mounted enveloped in an old cloak but otherwise Well dressed and Well appointed. There was something incongruous in his appearance. He had a military air and some military equipments without being in the Untim of either army. A a Tere comes a trader going n new York a said one of the card players. A a there comes a gentleman like looking Man a said another speaking Paulding who was decidedly the Leader of the and fit a Only one of them who read. He appears be Well a a has boots on. You had bet and Stop my if you done a delusion exposed by Ike Micro let us instance a Noble service rendered our common humanity by the often like some spectacular scenes in a drama do we find in the pages of the old world history Quot passages of deep pathos and fierce passion and both alas occurring As the offspring of religious superstition. So there were miraculous apparitions of blood one while in rain from the heavens and again in sign ots in the dwellings of god and of men. Of course these were portents of most dire significance. The recital is too Long for even inc Hristian chronicles it covers a thousand years. In 1262, shocking Tell while ministering at the altar of his Church at Belsena a Bohemian priest was seized with the terrible temptation doubt the transubstantiation of the wafer which he had just consecrated. Horrified at his own guilt the celebrant of the mass beheld crops of blood oozing from the sanctified Host. All were Awe stricken at the Mir Cle and the Church instituted in commemoration the feast of Corpus Chris. Such was the pious legend. In the fourteenth Century then heir a on Bulow had destroyed the Village the seated themselves in the Road wit weapons. He reined up his horse and said a a my lads i Hope you belong our a which party do you mean a asked one of the Scouters. A the lower party a was his a Cpl a a we Are of the lower party a Ailt a Man named Hirah was badly injured in Englemann Babcock a sailings saw Mill at Manistee on the afternoon of the 2?4h the captors of Andre. Who will go next the critical Industry of students has robbed us of our Beautiful Pocahontas and dimmed the Bright Fame of capt. John Smith. And now the three illustrious a a militia men who captured maj. John Andre and frustrated the treason of Arnold arc threatened. It is said they were marauders who refused maj. Andrea a Gold Only because they exited get More for taking him Luiu for ing him go. After a Long examination of this Case 1 hold fast the immortal three. I still believe in the Honor and patriotism of John Paulding Isaac Van Wert and David Williams. The lower half of Westchester county during most of the revolutionary War was a kind of Neutral ground since it was situated Between the British lines and the american. Neutral ground in War time generally Means that portion of the country which is warred upon and plundered by both parties. Owing its nearness new York and its being the residence of half a dozen very Rich proprietors this com try was better cultivated and its habitations were larger More numerous and better furnished than perhaps any other part of America and consequently it presented an inviting Field for scouting. A majority of its inhabitants too were tories and the plunder of a tory a House and farm we not Likely be considered a very heinous offence unless the com Mander of the american lines happened be a Good Soldier As Well As a gentleman. On the other hand bands of tories frequently traversed the country making reprisals upon whig Farmers driving a . 48. Together see the sight. 3 Farmer was shown Hurto empty Coy increase his wealth a few thou was fore going Beck his Florac Ito r the Wil of Missouri. He tried his i Acari luckily he lost All he had except about Twenty five dollars. By this time his newfound Friend remembered that he had an engagement elsewhere but Call for him at his hotel the next morn my. Or. Brown was then directed a bote., where he passed a sleepless night thinking Over the Many wonderful things he had seen and experienced faring the Day. He was however not at All about the Loes of Hia Money. Had he not in his pocket the Gold watch which he had purchased in the morning and which he could sell for at least $00 ? when he had dressed the next morning and taken his breakfast he started out again. He met his Friend of the Day Befort. He was lad see him and they had several drinks together. The Friend urged Hun try his Luck again. This time he would surely win his Money Back. Tie never knew a Man lose twice. The Farmer a was willing ubut he first had sell his Gold watch get Money. He was directed Pawn shop but he soon returned with a sad countenance informing he Friend that the pawnbroker said watch was brass and Worth about Man was greatly upon a a away their cattle and spoiling their crops he Etc Noou 01 a Scouler a Blu a a of ult., by having a boar now boys from their practice i his left Side a cart and Quot 1872. The Resolution of Canare of or. John Young Browa of Kostacky in the last Lonec wat rescinded. Facts and figures. King of Dahomey for his late contempt of Obi refusal 0 a a Quot a Quot �?7j Xcvi him us Ivy we of r. A a Mrtin of Ems a a min cd Mph it it the place Oto won dip. The result thy Tia Augh the 1 a pocket Bible in proof of _ that being the Case Aad Vince a a doubting a cited f a a him a it. We a every we a Toisy a in and apology tendered the reverend gentleman for the trouble he hid a closing feature of a Ronce. Or. Hageman appears enjoy the joke quite m much m any who have hard the Bogie. To pay use be indicted Sohini for Mal treating a Quot British subject. A Large number of Iron workers on strike i Sheffield eeg Sun my work Ody be it reduced we . F 1 i at the Chy election held on the 3d, the republicans were successful,.electing, their general ticket by trom 3,000 4,6j0 majority and their candidates for a mermen in Kly Wea got of the thirteen wards. A riot occurred in Cue of the wards in the evening bet was no her of no go Oes armed Wius Lobi and several White men. The former were fired upon by the latter and six were wounded two probably fatally. On. Scrap cd was before the committee on foreign Afi Kirs on the 3d, and de Fried a statement made by Park Tho effect that his letter of resignation m i Tun hens of France Are said earn their owners $00,006,000 a year and their motto is egg Aell Sior. The snakes of India bite and kill an average of 8,000 persons per year. That a a country where everything has Enterprise and Rush. The pop Prussia on. A was 25,700,000, an increase of 1,100,000 Jug Keu. 9,000 names on the pay Roll of the firm of a. T. Stewart 4 than Jrsn is Are employed in the two stores in new Yatsk. Of the entire number of producing Wells in the counties of Armstrong and Butler Pennsylvania 1,894, the daily average production is Only about nine Barrok pet Well. L a. J re in old Era Toff in Canada 4,483vi Miles of railway which have been constructed at a East of $209,783,557. Tie profit on this la red afro wet of capita in july about Hue and a half it of Over 25,000 men and boys Are employed in the 2,075 agricultural machine shops in the United states receive no a wage in at Over $52 i 4? u of about $13,006, Annu Rily a out foods Vaj Cpd from a revolving saw. His left id was ctr and mangled in a terrible manner and at last accounts i death was momentarily expected. C. E. Harris committed suicide at y pail anti on the 2sth ult., by taking laudanum. Upon his person was found a Pardon from the Penitentiary signed by the governor a of Ohio. A Avery singular and sudden death of Quot curved at Lapeer recently. Mrs. Houghton a woman Over eighty years old had been in her usual health up the afternoon in question when she complained of pain but was about the House and nothing unusual was noticed. Near evening the members of the family at Home with her Eoa sent went the store Only a Short distance away and returned in a very Short time. When they left she was Reading her Bible in her rocking chair and when they returned her Bilde and sgt cenacle were orderly put aside and she was poised in the same chair with her head resting on her hand As in asleep but dead. Tub suit recently tried in which the St Mcteir brother were plaintiff and the Republic Iron resulted in a verdict for the plot Tiffa of the ground that the sheriff4� Sale of Roe land on which the mine is situated was void Fot non compliance with the statute. The East goes the supreme court. The land Wahi id at the Sale above alluded for seven dollars and As an entirety instead of by parcels As the Law directs. . 8. Mat will deliver the annual address before the 0tate soldiers and sailors association in of Trout on the 30th. Cat Krix Reardon died at Birch run on the 30th Ulto aged 104 years and thres months. 1 Tux new England Salt 15orfcs, it East Saginaw were turned the ground on the 80th ult. The loss a a a $7,000. Incan Klarin. U suspected. A the bonded , Lansing it $173,800, and its prop sri valuation Over $5,000,000. Hon. C. C. Ellswo is a a toned As a candidate for Congress by the Republican of the eighth District. The latest report from Detroit a Tiff the following a the current Price for leafing Staples Barley no. A per Cental 1.65 butter per la 20022c cheese per la l2<s13e Corn per by 52<g56e flour White Winter $5.75@0.50 Amber $5.5035.75 Rye $4.50 5.75 cattle per Cental $8-00 �4-75 hogs $7.25 7.75 sheep $3.50,6.25 Oats mixed per by 37�37>ir White 41�41hc Park per Bri $21.75 4 22.00 Rye per by 70075c wheat no. 2 White per ,$l.l$ol16j4i Amer $1.10 tee of driving Oft the cattle of whig tanners new York while the whig plunderers were called Skinner from their habit of Tak ing everything they found upon their victims particularly the scarcer articles of his attire even his boots and shirt. Each party in fact stole what it wanted most. The British party wanted meat the americana wanted everything except meat. As the War went on the state of tilings grew worse until the farms were generally abandoned the Best families moved away and the people remaining were much demoralized. The soldiers of tie army did not escape corruption nor even officers of considerable rank. When col. Burr took command of the lines at White Plains in january 1779, he found scouting party of 150 men under the command of a colonel just setting out for new Rochelle a watch a As they said a the enemy a the new commander unwilling begin his term of service by issuing a disagreeable order let the party go but enjoined upon the officers respect property of Friend and Ibe. Next morning the wonder and disgust of Burr the troops returned loaded with plunder and an hour after the a Armera began come in protesting that they were Good whigs and begging the restoration of their property col. Burr was one of the most vigilant copied from a draft made by him Park a which interpolations were made at Parks suggestions so As convince the Pui Wybe Public thatche Schenck had not a Al Ned stolid Jarova a he a use of a with the a Ortr of the company. Gen. A Beack said his inc Mimi we Fri letter of resignation was Chi own Compo those of the Baptist missionary Njoe Pitiot end that he had a id front no one in j 55,567 members. The congregational quarterly give the statistics of that denomination As follows whole number of churches 3,438, of which 091 Are without pastors number of Church members 88,823 number in Sah Bath school it edition last year were 29,945, a net attn of 13,840. Charitable contribution us Hui $1,244,014.32 Are memo ipod by my Church. Thenumbm.⻳㭭ona%3 the churches by Provow Tofu ,3�j is greater than for seven Jfe Art of officer and he succeeded in putting a Stop this system but in doing so. H made such exertions by night and Day that his health impaired by former hard service completely broke Down and he waa obliged resign his commission a a he remained an invalid for eighteen months. After he left the Post the country again became a scene or plunder and desolation and such was its condition when Mai. Andre was too pass Over it in 4780 at that time the american Headquarters were at the Village of North Castle six Miles North of White Plains and thirty three Miles North a a a City of Nee York col. Jameson in command. For Days there had been lounging about Camp a tall Alert countryman aged one who had been much Canto scouting during the War. He hse said one of the men. A a thank godly exclaimed Andre a a i am once More among friends a and As he said these words he glanced at the Royal uniform coat which Paulding wore. A a i am glad see you a continued Andre. Quot Lama British officer out in the country on particular business and i Hope you wont detain me a by Way of proving the truth of his words he took out 14s Gold watch an article then Seldom i it Osses cd by american officers. A a you Are our prisoner a said Paulding. A a we Are americans and you must upon hearing this he laughed and assumed an air of unconcern. A my god a he said still affecting laugh a i must do anything get As he said these words he produced the pass which Gen. Arnold had Given him. Paulding looked at it but Rem Emly eng the frankness of Andrea a first avowal exclaimed a a confound Arnold a pass a Paulding always said afterwards that it Andre had shown Arnold a pass first he should have let him go. They now took him aside an immense tree nearly nine feet in diameter Long a landmark in that Region and under its Shadow they began search a my lads a said he a you will get yourselves into garment by garment his clothing was taken off but nothing was found till one of his boots had been drawn off when it was evident that something was concealed at the sole of the foot inside the silk stocking. A a Here it Isva cried Paulding. The stockings were instantly removed and several folded half sheets of paper were found in each. Then it was that Andre offered pay them a sum of Money variously stated from a Hundred a thousand guineas it they would conduct him safety the liar Lucym River. Paulding swore he would not release him for 10,000 tru Ineas and they conveyed him col. Jameson at North Castle whence they had started the Day before. This is the substance of the Story As re ated by the three men As believed by Gen. Washington and by the army and country at the time. We Are asked reject it on the authority of two officers who heard maj. Andrea a version of the Story w hich was that the three men were robbers who took from him his Money and his two a at lies and would gladly have conducted him new York if he could have secured them the payment of the promised sum without their entering British lines. I cannot reckon this testimony As of much value for in the first place it is second hand testimony and in the next place Andre was Labouring at the time under the most intense excitement. He was a sensitive nervous Man a a great drops of sweat a As an Eye with fuss records rolled from his face on that fatal Tho impressions of maj. Antler we have first the deliberate judgment of Gen. Washington after a most attentive consideration of the Case secondly the verdict of Congress in rewarding the men with medals and pensions of $200 each thirdly the High character borne by the three men during the rest of their lives. Paulding died in 1818, aged fifty nine eight Day afterwards the Host on the a was observed be stained with drops of blood near the close of that fourteenth Century appeared Raphael a wonderful Man with a Genii is me with passions groveling and we hot a religiousness that made him feel and pass for devout. In j the now celebrated Stanze of Raphael in the Vatican is that Miracle of this paint j Eros Genius a a Miracolo i its exhibition at each feast of Corpus Christi intensified the Church s Conception of the so called Miracle which confirmed the Faith of the Bohemian priest. Unhappily the bloody portent returned the Host was a gain spotted with Gore. The Zeal of the ecclesiastics became insane for horrible relate thirty eight innocent jews were turned at the stake. For what for crucifying the lord afresh for torturing the Host until it bled in 1824 the a Blue a Oelles was horrified with a rain of supernatural blood and again in 1848 this unnatural Gore Tell from heaven. And now Ehrenberg takes the matter in Hanff for sober investigation and the Microscope alone is determine i the superstitions of men. This great Man dissipated the Miracle entirely by exit. Ing wonder in another direction for lie announced that these bloody rain drops were composed of real living organisms but so minute was each individual that it would take Over forty billions of them make one cubic Inch. Thus the Microscope has done away with these grim portents of a thousand years. This red Snow and bloody slime have now their distinctive place and name among organic things. 1 hey Are microscopic vegetables unicellular plants. In the Arctic regions capt. Ross found this Crim soned Snow extending in masses of j Miles. He brought some Home and Theale botanist r. Brown a pronounced it Al Jaruta Genus. It is curious notice the controversy of so Many Able botanists. I with their diverse judgments. But after. A while All came Back the judgment of Brown and Agardh the Able German a alg Logist gave this the lowliest of the algae the name Procto Cuccui Nival is. A but about the drops of blood this also the Microscope har determined be an Alagic and bears the name Given it by Agardh Palm la Pruente. Its Structure a even simpl�1 of an odium. The name though not romantic is significant. Pal Mella Means a vibration or quivering and is Here suggestive of that tremulous movement of which a great clot of coagulated blood is capable. The entire word indicates the significance a not quivering in England the popular name of this fungus slime is Quot gory it occurs As shining red films or Hickish blood red stains on Damp wails of cellars. Being a unicellular Plant when the cells Are mature there is a flowing together into viscous masses which look and feel unpleasantly like clotted blood. Presenting also this aspect of Gore though not so decidedly is the Alemato Coccus sanguine us of Agardh. Though moist the touch this has not the gelatinous character of Palmella hence the bloody illusion is not so vivid. A prof. A Samuel Lockwood in harpers Magazine for May. _ Williams in 1831, aged seventy eight Van Wert in 1828, aged eighty All highly respected in their native county and were followed the grave by a concourse of their fellow citizens and their remains honoured by a Public Monument. Many of their descendants and connections Are still living in Westchester county with two of whom i was once Well acquainted and was familiar also with the names and reputations of Many others. They were the it people in the Orfo whom we could believe be descended from liars and robbers. I give up Pocahontas i surrender John Smith but 1 hold fast the a a three militia men a even though they were not militia Jamen Hart a inv y. Ledger. Resume the Bali pc get from new York Ivice escaped he had been a a a re and a Linch he april number of tace ijj4h mis Sie Netry Mao Magazine gives the following bal uie foreign Mimi Only societies of Uio United uie year 1875 uie amount Reeed my by the ame in of Koerdt of ooh i Ixl Nanof for mision my a a a it i Quot get byte Riam boards it a Metto dial Board 4300,080 my a err Union 4341j>70__tbc_p Karrh mtg Aii Boen Ornis a or. E. A. Wunsch in a recent address before the geological society of Glasgow referring the evidence show i ing the immense time required produce a seam of cos i directed attention the conditions which he had examined in the Isle of Arran. There use his own words he a a found numerous cylinders of l Trees completely flattened of course lying across each other at regular angles i with Mieir bark compressed into Lens thickness than common pm aboard and i the carbonaceous matters reduced a Mwhite so that from three four inches a a a a a thickness of this impure Coal contained a Pili Phily tour he still wore q regiment coat had picked up in the City. This we John Paulding a native of the county whole lathers farm had been Laid waste Early in the War and he was thus deprived j of regular employment. Neither at this time nor at any former period had he i been a regular Soldier nor even a militia j men. He belonged no regiment or Leo rps of any description. An act of the i i legislature Wever made it lawful fori a any Man or Jody of men seize and pos-1 Siess cattle going the enemy. J i Isaac Van Wert another countryman a i a native or the county was also ruling a about Headquarters and him John Spaulding proposed that they should Goi Ion a scouting expedition Van Wert i consenting they started toward Terry-1 town joined on the Way by David will atoms Van Wert a Cousin of the same occupation and about the som age my themselves. Williams had served under a Montgomery in Canada and strange say he had assisted at the capture of 8t. Johns where Andre and his Regil intent were taken prisoners. Neither of the men at the time belonged the Ervy have 600 year for the four inches of impure Cool Tom Woy a for the formation of one foot of Coal. It Nln a in trips Elbow a on the mrs Iii i a Misti Sippi has shortened the stance do i of Mission eur eyes tween Memphis and Cairo eighteen a tiie a la Ute disappearing rapidly is being formed Ivy a a a a tar Heel received a a it the Concord n. A Poa Toffice. Asbsa�ras��s3s Ter Ion Board,0,�61 members those of i i the methodist Board 17,754 members Jwj be. The of item Day the first one he Ever saw�?aq4 by essayed open it. Jim had occasionally Yova otly Tor the life of i. A a the Pretl Atory warfare us Lier bed nor need we suppose that i their Scott Tang expeditions they had All i ways kept we thu the strict letter of the Shiw. Of this occasion they were certain if Mere Advent tires. They were three a a org men out of employment try my Halo a tick up something from enemy 1 which they could writ account. On a he of Way Iverd the Hudson River they lemme joined 4$ Ceraos by tour other scout in making a party of seven armed with mine sets. I i that night they slept in a barn near by 1 and about Balf pest seven the next morn. Flaw barter Williams won his wife. In August 1845, Barney Williams Bobeen came manager of Vauxhall Garden in this City and while he was manager there Dan Bryant made his debut As a boy negro Dan Cert not finding ultimate Success in Vauxhall Garden Barney drifted Back the Chatham theater where miss Maria Kathleen Pray was in the Ballet. Bhe waa soon married Charles Mesto Jef and after his death returned the Chatham and became popular As a Tener dancer and second Soubrette. In 1850, Barney was still in the company and Joe Jefferson was the Low comedian. Ills first wife Maggie Lockyer whom he first knew m a Young Ballet girl of the bowery theater waa dead and be began Admire the pretty mrs. Mestayer. Barney was also impressed by her but both were too shy offer themselves and neither knew the others feelings. One evening Joe asked Barney a they were dressing for the stage make mrs. Mestayer an offer on his behalf. Barney was Stag 5red, but he heroically resolved abide a the lady a Neckien. �o3e fulfilled his Between the Bret and second act of the first piece saying a emr. Jefferson commissioned me offer his heart and Quot Lam sorry a said she m her face clouded with mingled regret at uie necessity of rendering Jefferson unhappy and the seeming Iii Ferenee of Barney. A a i re spent Ana Admire or. Jefferson Bat i can never become Hia wife a then will Yon have me a eagerly i quire Barnev. A a i Krill a said she brightening up m Barney seized hot hand. 1 clergy Toan was sent for and were married Between the second and third . L Sun. A Misao Eruna a mishaps in Chicago. A Missouri Farmer from the neighbourhood of Kansas City bad heard so much about the wonders of Chicago that he decided come Here and see for himself whether the reports were exaggerated or not. He put in his pocket about $�>0, which he deemed sufficient last about two weeks and afford him All the pictures he desired. Then he took the St. In Ouis Kansas City amp Northern Railroad for Chicago. He arrived tuesday morning. A the first thing Tigirt attracted his attention when leaving depot waa a red Flag hanging from the win Tow of a store on the opposite Side of canal Street. The inside of that store was filled with a Motley crowd and a fellow with Green specs was talking them rather excitedly about something or other. Of course he had see what the excitement was. He that the Man with was a�11. Floods at wonderfully Low prices. While he stood gaping at the strange Capers of the auctioneer a poor emaciated look my fellow walked dejectedly up the counter and pulled out 4 magnificent Gold watch. With Tea nun hisses he asked the auctioneer Rajm ref whatever it would bring. D was a heirloom from his father who paid for it $475 some Tei be Quot a ago. He would almost a soon part with his life As with that watch but and Here the tears rolled profusely Down his Cheeks a his wife and ten Little ones were crying for bread and for their Sake he had part with it. The auctioneer said he Ronld not sell so valuable a watch at that time because the crowd present was not such As could give a fair Price for such he did not choose sell the property of a poor and starving Man at great sacrifice. The suffering husband and father however we determined Fraye the watch sold at once As he had have Money buy bread. Reluctantly the kind hearted auctioneer consented and out up the ticker. Some one offered ten dollars the face of the auctioneer turned redder than his hair at such impudence. Our hero thought it was a shame also. A Lake Ontario is not adapted the propagation of shed. Young Shad Are thrown by thousands opon the Shore dead or dying. The Satoe tiring happened last season. Have Heen thus imposed upon. He volunteered go Hack the auction store and get Back the Money. The Farmer lady gave the watch his magnanimous Friend have it exchanged Ana returned his hotel. He waited for the return of the disinterested Young Man until Day but the Young Man Dia not make Iii appearance. Our hero began surmise that his Friend was a swindler Aud he determined leave this town As soon As possible. But he had but twelve dollars left while the regular fare was about twice that amount. He walked up Clark Street it it Hunt up a Railroad office see it he could not get a ticket for the amount he had left. Near the Corner of Randolph he saw a Large sign a Railroad tickets at greatly reduced that was just the place he was looking for. In he went and told his sad Story. Or. Toki him Liat he had a drovers return ticket Ltd Kansas cite which he would sell him for the twelve dollars. He bought the ticket and before leaving the office was told that he had say the conductor that the name on the ticket Wai his. This alarmed the Farmer and he went the Alton office inquire whether the pass was a taxi. He was told it was not and the clerk cancelled the ticket telling him take it Back and get his Money returned. He did As he was told but or. Re fus d pay Back the Money. After considerable begging he consented return seven dollars. The Farmer How Ever refused accept it and went Back the Chicago pc Alton Railroad office where he related his experience As Given above. The managers of the company promised him that they soup take the matter in hand and see that Liis Money was refunded and would Send him Back. Of or. Continues refuse return the Money a warrant will be sworn out against him Day for obtaining Money under false time. An italian matrimonial advertisement. A Good Story reaches us from Milan. A Young Nobleman of that City of Marriageable age and i astr of of a Fortunto of 10,000 Franca a year not Long ago came the conclusion that it was time Tor him look out for a wife. His pursuits in Lite not being of the most strenuous character he had Leisure Combine amusement with research. Accordingly he advertised his want in a milanese newspaper requesting Itiat every answer the advertisement might be accompanied by the portrait of the lady who replied. A collateral result of this notice was that two or three of the Best photographic artists or the City had More work on their hands than they could attend . The direct result was sixty five letters with As Many fair Mardenly countenances As would furnish a Good sized album. The answers were in some cases accompanied by parental certificates setting Forth in touching language the charms and Virtues or their daughters. Embarrassed by a Choice of such unexpected variety and desirous gratify that sense of humor which even the serious nature of his quest could Noi repress the Young Man replied each of his correspondents that before coming a final decision a personal not exactly interview but inspection would be or advantage. To each of the ladies Iff course without the knowledge of the others lie sent a ticket for an orchestra stall in it Seala theater announcing that lie himself would be in a particular Box the number and situation of which lie stated. A few evening later the play going Public of Milan were perplexed explain the appearance of one of the rows of stalls in the immense building. A Long line of beauties in toilets of extreme elegance unbroken by a single Black coat Vyas observed. Furtively and with trepidation did each Damsel from time time raise her opera Glass that Box the cynosure of Many Bright eyes in which the Graceful youth reposed. Suspiciously and with darkened brow did each Damsel turn the Long file of her neighbors and wonder at the magnetism which Drew each Glass the one Central spot. By and by the audience whom some hint of me secret had leaked ont began give audible signs that they enjoyed the joke. Itie sporadic laughter of the theater increased the confusion of the Young ladies and the contagion of fun turned the sporadic mirth into a general Roar. At tins Point our informant drops a veil Over the scene concluding his narrative with the trumpet Call a daughters of eve revenge a we question it that Young Man will get married in examiner. -mary�?411 say mrs. Mccarthy Tiluy Ere a a bad a a Shure now and is it Honey then pick another. Bless yer Young Cable fes is sweethearts you must Liry half a dozen a fore be get a Good a her Vai Hanco a do a Goodie work and save a family from starvation a but also get a splendid Gold water Vataj bargain. He offered Twenty five dollars the other Man bid ten More and finally it iwas knocked Down the hearted visitor at the Low Al Gore of fifty Dot Aram a proudly and triumphantly he forked Over the Money and pocketed the watch. F h a he crossed Madison Streel Bridge Fook a hair with wonder upon the Large vessel land steamers and the Fine palaces Adonil his Road. He Hod hardly goes one Stock a when a it Cly dry ised Young Man a a a a a him on the shoulder and said hello i or. Jones when did you arrive in Jet i Cairo a a my Neme Isnit Jones a rep tied the astonished Farmer a a my name ish Brown from a a excuse me i said the Fine Foo fog individual a a a thought you were or. Jodes you look so much Hise end walked off. Abool five minutes a Tater another gentleman so cd costed or. Brown by his real name. Brown we Asta nihed that the me a knew his a ame and was overjoyed when he heard he we the son of an old Friend of his living in Kansas City. To make Long Story Short the Twain sauntered off the markets. New York live Stock cattle. Sheep. Flour Good Choice. The it no. % Chicago a Western mixed. A a Tern mixed. Met 2, 174. $0.00 6.00 5.23 is &.70 lard-1 cheese Wool Domestic fleece. Chicago. Beeves Caw me tip hogs Light. 8heep�?Good-.i. Chenoa. Utter Choice yellow. Good. Egg3�?freshr lot tit a Nurr Winter. A Raies 0__ Are no. I. Barley no. 2. Pork me a. Of comb a a i Coida a a a cd few cd a s3 shingles .3 lath. East Liberty. Cattle�? Medina. �-6� hogs Torker. 7.75 Philadelphia. In median�j., a a \

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