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4 Apr 1872

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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - April 4, 1872, Cincinnati, OhioGeneral news. La iof. Morse died in now York City last evening. Pc a a Tho French Assembly Lias taken a recess until april 22. The Kentucky legislature adjourned finally on the 29th inst. The recent earthquake in California turns out to have been very severe. On May 1st, the did Cago custom House will by removed to the Favvell Block. Much damage by a Hoen done to railroads in the Interior of Georgia by heavy fresh t s. It is said that the enrolment of members of tammany shows there Are is,429 of them. Joseph c. Abbott of North Carolina is announced As a candidate for the presidency. A under the three Ballf the amount of bowls redeemed to Date is 114,217,00��. Mrs. Grant will leave for Europe next wednesday. She Acom Paniev sex Sec retard in re eds family. A m a new York physician it As his opinion that tin Iii null pox is propagated by National Bank Bills. Gov. Leslie of Kentucky liar vetoed the Lexington charter Bill recently passed by the legislature. .1. It. Knight and Lulia Clark Olio eloped from Cleveland some since have been arrested in St. Louis. Charles a. Dana was arrested in Philadelphia. On saturday morning and held in a,000 Hail on a libel suit. Ii i. .1. P. Walker United states senator from Wisconsin in 1kti, died suddenly Friday night of apoplexy. A. Claypool has withdrawn from the canvass in the first Indiana i it Striet leaving the told Clear for judge Wilson. The House committee on elections has decided by a strict party vote to judge w Ilson his seat Over or. Flooding. It is said that unless judge Davis is endorsed by the Cincinnati convention he will decline to run As the labor candidate. .i.e. Owens proprietor of the Bronson House so Joseph mo., shot himself on the St of a not. Financial embarrassment. The Michigan House of representatives have impeached Charles a. Edmonds commissioner of the state land office. Recent advices say that our charge a a affaires at Madrid has been instructed to demand the immediate release of or. Howard. John w. Huling Michigan state a Ris a a 4-2 a #1 foreign news. Hints for housewives London March 29 it a. An explosion occurred in a Coal at Atherton near Bolton by which Twenty eight men were killed outright. Eleven were rescued but they Are fearfully burned and nearly All will probably die. There is great excitement in the Vicinity of the . Tomk March 27.�?the Pope yesterday gave a Long audience to the Prince and Princess of Wales. He desired their Royal High Nesses to convey to the Queen of England his thanks for her constant evidence of sympathy and praised the people of great Britain for their pict. Madrid March 25.�?the electoral committee of the ministerial party after a canvass of the political Field conclude that the approaching elections for the Cortes will result in the choices of 150 unionists and 170 Sagasta Progress lists to Congress and the lower Brt uen of the Cortes. Berlin March 29.�?the Prince Imperial of Germany Frederick William will visit his Mother in Law Queen Victoria at Baden where she is stopping after easter. London March 30.�?ashbury, who was recently elected Commodore of the Royal Harwick yacht club has been appointed Commodore of the Royal London yacht club. Information has been received of a shocking Accident in Cornwall. An explosion occurred in a safety fuse manufactory where a number of females were employed causing Salt a loss of seven women were killed and one is missing. Several others were seriously injured. It is feared that some of them May not survive. Y b Salem i cup of suet chopped one half cup of molasses one half cup of milk one cup of chopped raisins one half Teaspoon Ful of cloves one teaspoonful of cinnamon Nutmeg one teaspoonful of soda and Salt. Boil three hours. Washing flannel.�?1>o All housekeepers know that flannel should never be rubbed on a Board but As loosely As possible in the hands the harder it is rubbed the More the dirt works in instead of out. Chinnel should be washed and rinsed in water and dried where the wind will not strike it much. Any one following the above directions need have no trouble about flannel shrinking. To clean tin a Little of the finest powdered Whiting with the least drop of Sweet Oil rub the covers Well with it and them clean then dust Over them some dry leather. This last is to prevent rust which the Cook must guard against by wiping them dry and putting them by the when they come from the dining room for if but once Hung up Damp the inside will rust. From experiments prosecuted by or Jeannel it would appear that food both animal and vegetable cooked at 200 Deg. Is More nutritious Anci of better flavor i Rome March 31, postal convention was concluded on the 26th inst. Between Russia and Italy. Negotiations with the Peninsular amp Oriental steamship company for the establishment of a of steamers Between Italy and Asia Are progressing to a satisfactory conclusion. Paris april Shier has proved unavailing. Abandoned his project for the Transfer of the capital to Paris. His excellency it is Worth while will however hold Bis receptions in this City. A l shy than that boiled at 212 Deg. F., the usual boiling ii sea. The experience of cooking at different altitudes on elevated mountains corroborates this indication As does also the working of the so called norwegian cooking apparatus. Another remedy for cholera appears. A. A Lis. P _ ring it and our readers might As Well paste this recipe in their scrap books. It is very simple a a tablespoonful of Salt and a tablespoonful of red Pepper in half a pint of hot the Medicine acts quickly As an emetic. It is said to have been most successfully used when the Ordinary methods of treatment have prevailing finer Mav a it congressional March 27.-,Senate. The House amendments to the St. Croix amp Bayfield Bill were rejected yeas 16, nays 20. The House Bill to repeal the duty on Tea and Coffee came up and was discussed till adjournment. An amendment reducing the duty on Salt was rejected. conference report on the Bill for publishing the Debato of con a it flit is Var Tipsy the is igniting a a pm for the Baltimore amp protom Etc 1 a ii Road company came up and filibustering was resumed which lasted until adjournment. March 28�?Senate.�?the report of the a difference committee on the Bill for publishing the debates of Congress was concurred in. The Bayfield a fest. Croix land Grant Bill was referred to a committee of conference consisting of messes. Carpenter Pomeroy and Kelly. The House amendment to the Chicago Relief Bill was agreed to. The Tea and Coffee Bill was then taken up. The amendment adding the free list of the Tariff Bill was agreed to. A motion to reduce the duty on steel rails 10 per cent was lost yens 25, nays 28. Tho second Section of the Tariff Bill was added As an amendment by a vote of 32 to 17. It reduces the duties on Cottons woolens Silks Iron earthen and glassware a. Afterwards by a vote of 28 to 24, the duty on silk was left As now. The third Section of the Tariff Bill was added and or. Hamlin moved to add the whole of it leaving out and Iron cloth from the first Section and making the. Duty on Tea 8 cents and on Coffee cents. This was rejected Veas 15 nays 27. An amendment making Salt free was lost yeas 15 nays 20. A motion to insert a provision that Tea and to know How to Stop bleeding from the nose when it becomes excessive. If the linger is pressed firmly special from Cairo Egypt of april upon the Little artery which supplies is Gen. Sherman w As splendidly in blood to the of the face affected the a a m 1 l 1 _ 1 a 1.1 i a pertained by the Khedive. A state breakfast w As Given in his Honor. Lie was invited to a review and a special train was provided for himself and suite. The Palace was tendered him for his residence hut lie declined it. Lie leaves on tuesday for constantinople where he will be the guest of the Sultan. A strange so Alban Jour Nal of March 21st say s on n of i Siti get North Albany Patrick Golden and Lami we my my f f a Onvy a it Luis sentenced to be Miu a Uisu nun us. T a uvin a Vigum a a a a half Vears in the Penitentiary for Emly reside the husband keeping a grocery 1 i j Stoa it / Bezz Lement. On Fede ene Kentucky died at Louisville ky., on the 28th nist. In the Case of mrs. Of shaughness Yowho it lied in a dentist s chair in new York the jury decided that death resulted from asphyxia. Judge Gooding is in Washington prosecuting his claim to the seat in Congress from the fourth Indiana District now held by Wilson. The Eirv limits of St. Louis have been extended Westward and northward and w ill add ten to fifteen thousand inhabitants to Tho City. Gun Butler is counsel for Sadie Wilk ii Sou in her suit for $20,000 damages for broach of Promise of marriage of the part of Brick Pomeroy. Erater Law capital $500,000 up vhf the latest Rumor is to the effect that senator Trumbull announces that he is in no sense a candidate and will support judge Davis for the presidency. Only it is said that Over bundled claims have been presented to the american and British claims coins ii a a on eighteen of which Are american. It is said that the lottery advertised jail. East for the Benefit of the Charity Hospital at san Francisco is a Naua As there is no such institution of lottery there. The civil rights Bill was Defeated in the Mississippi legislature on p May n a number of senators assenting to Nam solves leaving that body without a quorum we. W car and Sieight us a pm in a a a a a Ion a a in locomotive which collided in Louisville and killed Henry Cole have been fit in in $2,500 each on the charge of Niu Raer. The democratic members of Congress who were at the recent meeting with Belmont deny that any opium Sitwon to judge Davis was expressed Asine suit Jeet of candidates was not refer Ealo. And provision store. He is sober and industrious but his has occasional fits when she w ill become intoxicated and abuse her children and husband. One of the children a boy fourteen years of age is lying at the Point of death and while his brother was carefully attending to him last evening after being up with him three nights in succession the Mother entered under the influence of liquor. Approaching the bed where her sick son Lay she commenced abusing him and when his elder brother remonstrated she struck him several times for his interference. The husband coming in prevented any further harm. In order to allow the invalids last hours to pass away in peace they were compelled to cause her arrest. 1 he examination came off this morning before Justice Clute. The eldest songs testimony was taken his eyes suffused with tears at the thought of being instrumental in convicting his Mother of such an offence she meanwhile begging piteously of him to desist. The husband then took the stand when she fell Down and clasping his Knees Besought him for the love of god for the Sake of her infant babe and for All the ties that bound them together not to Send her to jail. The husband though deeply affected w As inexorable saying that his boys last hours should be spent in peace. Justice Clute finally terminated the scene by signing a commitment when she was taken to result is accomplished. Tivo Small arteries branching up from the main arteries on each of the neck and passing Over the outside of the Jawbone Supply the face with blood if the nose bleeds from the right nostril for example pass the Finger along the Edge of the right jaw till the beating of the artery is Felt. Press hard upon it and the beating will cease. Continue the pressure minutes until the ruptured vessel in the nose has had to contract. We have to record another death from the effect of hydrate of chloral and we think it right to prominence to every such Case in order that the doctors and others May learn to practice caution in the exhibition of this dreadful agent. Or. C. Fanning of Chelsea mass., took two drachmas of the agent in doses Given at intervals of about Twenty minutes and administered by the physician himself. After the last dose the patient fell asleep and slept quietly All through the night. About eight of clock was adopted yeas 22 nays 18. An amendment abolishing All internal taxes except those on whisky tobacco malt liquors and Banks. Messes. Morton and Sherman opposed this but it was agreed to by a vote of yeas 28, nays 11. The Bill their passed amid great contusion by a vote of 35to 4�?namely, messes. Boreman Hamlin Frelinghuyse and Scott. Adjourned till monday. House a great Deal of w As spent in wrangling Over the Baltimore amp Potomac Railroad depot Bill but As heretofore nothing was done. The Chicago Relief Bill w As so amended As to except lumber from its operation and then passed. A committee of conference was ordered on the St. Croix a Bayfield land Grant Bill. The Steamboat Bill was taken up and considerable Progress made. The House adjourned till monday. Congressional Brevi ties. April 2.�?Senate.�?most of the morning was spent in discussing the relations of messes. Stanbery and Johnson to their re a legislative. March 28.�?Senate.�?Bills were introduced providing that if any Justice of the peace Constable clerk of court or sheriff shall charge or receive More than the Legal fees or costs he shall be fined not exceeding us it shall be liable for treble the damages to the party injured shall forfeit Liis office and be ineligible to office for years thereafter. A Bill was also introduced to abandon two Miles of the bed of the Ohio canal at Cleveland for City purposes. The House Bill to punish by heavy penalties the unlawful cutting or taking of Timber passed. The Bill to provide for the erecting of monuments to the memories of sex president we. H. Harrison Gen. Thos. L. Ilarina and Simon Kenton was Defeated. A Resolution was offered and ordered printed asking the Ohio members of Congress to support a proposition to construct a canal around Niagara Falls on the american it in their judgment the same will secure cheap transportation. A Resolution was also offered and ordered printed for the appointment of three commissioners to visit the reformatory Aud correctional institutions of the state and examine into the present system of convict labor and report what legislation is necessary. important business was transacted beyond the Reading and referring of a number of unimportant Bills resolutions a fee. M Arch 2.�?Senate.�?the Senate joint Resolution relative to the construction of. A ship canal around Niagara Falls on i a the american was adopted. A res x solution was Acy it Ted authorizing the governor to appoint two commissioners to represent Ohio at the International prison Congress at London in july. The Senate Bill to reorganize the geology real Survey of the state by constituting the governor school commissioner Anil state treasurer a Board with Power to assign the unfinished Survey to three geologists to be appointed by the governor was passed. a discussion of the general school Bill Vancleaf dem offered an amendment authorizing and re Thi Howe Sewik machines on easy terms at 17� West fourth and 630 Street Cincinnati d Quot a. 540 7iadiftou Street Covington. A Imp a new Donaldson amp Elmes manufacturers and wholesale Dea Era in tymm a r a re a a f a a a if i a of it v i i i us h Call. Country merchants &c., Are to add our goods to their Stock. _ Callon or address us 150 West fourth Street. Cincinnati. O. Mhlf>-5t.w yams wanted $80 to $200 fortunes Quiring boards of education to establish one or More separate schools for coloured children when the whole enumeration exceeds Twenty these separate schools to be under the management of the Board of education the same As other schools. In Case there Are less than fifteen coloured children in any District the Board of education shall Reserve the Money raised on the number of said children which shall be appropriated for the education of such children but in no Case shall coloured children be allowed to attend White schools. This amendment was lost�?54 to 14. Only fourteen democrats voted for the proposition. Alenri Rochefort tells something of Diacumis. Stun very Anu a Jonns ii 10 in Cirii a i a4. X. South Carolina Kun flux clients and of has pm0&Quot a a letter to motor Hub 1 1 a a a a of it a generals Hampton Shaw and Butler to the order. Or. Pratt of ind., discussed the claims of Ohio Indiana and Illinois against the general government the Senate received a message from the House announcing the disposition that had been made of the Senate Tariff Bill heard or. Morrill characterize that action As extraordinary and then adjourned. After congratulating m. Hugo upon the Success of a Truy Bias a the imprisoned journalist says i am in the infirmary of the fort with a by in the morning it was discovered that he was dead. The attending physician . Hooper of Lottah. Presented a memorial from the constitutional thought that the patient died of Conges-1 convention of Utah asking admission to Ani How they were made or the struggles and triumphs of our self made men. By j. D. Mccabe or. By 40 eminent examples it teaches How to succeed in and at the same Benefit Mankind. For particulars notices of the press and extra terms address k. Ii Ann a Ford amp co., publishers itt West fourth Street Cincinnati. Mh6-2tdft5tw�?T Bounty lauds to Ohio volunteers. A secure a Homestead in Nebraska a through the Colony organization a Cincinnatus a incorporated in state of Nebraska payment of the land office fees and surveying. Lands already selected and a Tow projected. Colony tickets furnished at reduced rates to our members at this office and arrangements made for the Emigrant in route and upon arrival at destination. The first detachment leaves Cincinnati May 1st. Six months can retaken alter securing Homestead before moving to same. Jas. Morton May age to no. 51. S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut. Col. Ii. Brownson Gene a ticket age to u. P. R., press to of association. Mhl9-lm,tudtsamh21-4tw no expense Only the Tion of the brain but another physician who w As called in was of the opinion that the fatal termination was clearly to be attributed to an overdose of hydrate. Antidote Tor Poison. Commercial Oil of turpentine is a Good antidote to poisoning by phosphorus. I Hose two substances form a compound in the stomach resembling sperm Aceti and this can readily be removed from the system. Laudanum or other Anodyne is sometimes taken by mistake or otherwise in excess. Swallow Strong Coffee or the the Union with the name of Deseret. Or. Dawes spoke of the House Tariff Bill which had been amended in the Senate by having its body Cut off and asked that the Senate substitute Belaid on the table. After some discussion this w As carried by a vote of 153 to 9. The Steamboat Bill w As then taken up and discussed. Agents wanted for bsicsxb�?T8 a Lin of same. Hildebrand. The desperado a death Wigginton Driver of the r8 Stephen Gibbs eng diet lie extravagance to four to be. Many for so he w As to All intents and purposes. But the appetite Tor display waxed in Power so that by the of Ikichi i 4 Asi Sun i i ui�lvouqoi1 t a Whites of several eggs instantly. All these things Are to be done while the doctor is coming. Let every family remember that Sweet Oil the Whites of eggs and Strong Coffee antagonize a larger number of poisons than perhaps All other things if laudanum or any other Poison not Loht Quot As nil travel burning the Throat is taken and is the Missouri Republican of thursday last brings the news of the death of Sam. Hildebrand desperado. It i to a Art lg0 leaped into the Waves to appears from the statements that Iii de a. In Mavinic his men but unfortunate Brand had removed his family to Illinois,1 ,5t % m. A a a a a pop Hagi we Are to be eaten. We continue to Lead in our Citadel Here the of a circus horse. We walk All Day round a circular platform with no other excitement than seeing the w Leathercock shifting from Southwest to Northwest. However to Day we have been fearfully excited. Four soldiers fell into the sea and would probably have All been drowned if two convicts had not at the first alarm rushed in at the risk of being swallowed up in the heavy surf and succeeded in rescuing one of them. The most curious fact is that it was precisely the two men who were first sentenced to �?Tcrtmin�?~1s re is i seed amp agriculture implement hesitate to risk their lives to Rescue soldiers who had been set to guard them All the right principled newspapers will of course Point out the detestable com duct of these communists. I Mav add that the sub lieutenant in command of circulars giving Ftp a part1�1.�. Few c. A but pub. $8 w. 4th St. Cincinnati o in h3ft-3td amp ap4-2t w 1 or. B. Royer and located near Pinckneyville in the Beau Coupe Bottoms in an out of the was reel by to o of them Are still in the open sea. I beg of you to Send me news of everybody. J it is rumoured that erf and uni Oiin editor of the Range county a Lluy Abl Aud postmaster of i a a a f Ciar,r0 of a coded leaving office j4 000 a a Ort. His . His accounts air v from re cent fun it he r i n font a u a late earthquake on the p acid and found that Many Uve be Yune 23 much damage wounded. Persons were killed Ana the Tow n is in Ruina. The legislature of re Una his death the number had increased to fifteen. Or. Fisk paid for his stable the handsome sum of $20,000, and then built an addition which made the entire Cost $30,000. The building has a front of Twenty feet and in depth extends one Hundred feet thus covering the entire lot. The space for the first forty feet is occupied by carriages ten Anees of driving and Here i noticed a very huge Barouch Sleigh and also a very Large Pluton which Cost $1,400. This was intended for use in the Central Lark besides which there were four a a drags As they Are called or smaller carriages of a similar style it is surprising to think How lie could find use or so Many vehicles Aud yet we must i 1 a. I a a. 1__ ground Mustard in a Tumbler of water and drinking it Down at once almost before it is Down the whole contents of the stomach begin to be ejected. Lost in the Woods. A resident off White Haven a. Is lost in the Woods and Frozen to death. Nisi Lori Seei is i 5vt1 Are again compelled to record says and other Appur-1mauch chunk Gazette one of those 1 fearful deaths that startle communities and make Stout hearts shudder. On tuesday of last week or. Valentine Miers an old resident of White Haven left his Home to transact some business for his son or. Peter Miers several Miles from that town. Though Over 70 years old or. Miers sr., was a Hearty old gentleman and he started off on foot re y a Quot to a 7.y� 1 ill the Best of spirits. He arrived at Bear add to the number a pair of costly Clai a safely transacted his business a a a a guiding himself and assuming the name of John Smith. He soon surrounded himself with a clan of horse thieves and of counterfeiters who had been for some Days amusing themselves by stoning the trains on the Belleville St. Louis amp Illinois Railroad but on last thursday week they appear to have decided to take revenge out of some parties in Pinckneyville. Officer Gordon w As too Sharp for them and in attempting to arrest the supposed John Smith for cutting one Bishop his clan deserted him leaving him alone and drunk but notwithstanding resistance was offered and the Man Smith w As killed after w hich his and children confessed that their names were Hildebrand and that the dead Man was Samuel Hildebrand of Farmington mo., and other persons who were acquainted with the Missouri desperado recognized the Corpse. The authorities have had his photograph taken in order that he May be recognized to a positive certain a Fott a a a a a dead indians. The Eureka Nev Sentinel of March 13th gives the annexed a gentleman who came from secret Canon yesterday informs us that there Are a Large number of dead indians among the Hills of that locality. The smallpox is raging a them with fearful effect fee reports seventeen defunct los at various Points on the Canon and thinks there Are others at fish Creek. As soon As the indians discover that any of their number have the fearful disease the a strike Camp and move on leaving the unfortunates to suffer and die without food or shelter. It is a hard state of affairs and it would indeed seem that with All our boasted Christi Anita there should be something done in the premises. The people of secret Canon complain about the bodies Vinig around so near their Camps and Are More than anxious that they should be buried or burned. We believe there is a Sib ind Ian agent somewhere in this Section and if so it is clearly his duty to do All in his 15 and 17 w. Sixth St. Cincinnati Ohio near the Galt House wholesale and retail dealer in Garden and Field seeds Landreth a Garden seeds warranted fresh and Rooda Iren ral and full assortment of farming implements. Machinery fertilizers fruit and ornamental Trees shrubbery a. Agent in Cincinnati for the Buckeye state reaper and Mower to which i wish to Call the attention of Farmers and dealers. For strength and durability Llight draught and performing its work Well it is not surpassed by any other machine now uttered to the Public. Sulky la lows Collins cast steel plows and plows manufactured by Hall a Speer Pittsburg Raymond. Hillsinger a co., Bode a Binder and Geo. C. Miller a co., Cincinnati the celebrated hollow tooth Harrow and other harrows two horse Corn cultivator one horse cultivator sulky rakes revolving rakes Superior Grain and seed Drill. Climax com planter Champ on feed Cutter Tele if ii to i i�1nn/1 unt Tow or j Nibur Jour Alp by tips. L fkr Clas Fisk frequently appeared in Public la Entov is. He ii it assets an act annexing to Pittsburg the .5 Alliece. Us boroughs of Birmingham Hast Binning. Embroidered and have am South and West 1�?Tittsourg, Tern a Job tue Zajf aim cult to match in p with six horses he had a set of blankets manufactured for this Especial service. The Price of this half dozen blankets w As or $108 33 apiece. They Are ele a to it defied by the intense cold the Reader ave their own Quot ill remember that it was one of the a a a a a a a w a a 1 # 1 a al. And started for Home at four o clock in the afternoon. His route Lay through a deep Woods but it was supposed he knew the Road Well. he probably did but to. The authorities Are making arrange Power to ameliorate the condition of his ments to Send the family of Hildebrand i filie Ted wards Back to Farmington. Met ers. Hay presses. Lard presses. Farm. School House and Church Hells Bee hives wheelbarrows shovels Forks sweepstakes Thresher Buckeye Thresher and horse Powers. Will keen repairs for Buckeye state reaper and Mower and for Buckeye reaper and Mower to ten knives to suit nil machines la use in the West. C3f�?Ta Liberal discount to dealers and the wholesale Trade. Price list furn shed on application. It re stances hey being in de8titute Circum , a a a v. I. A _ Peran Ceville Monongahela it. Washington Ormsby Allentown and , which will add 33,000 population to that of the present City. Colonel James Morgan of Greensburg ind., died on the 1st inst. W. J. Pennington an old citizen and prominent politician of Little Loek ark., died on the 1st inst. It is reported that Nagaoka. Another japanese Prince Lias arrived and will make the tour of the United states. The Union Pacific Railroad a till declines to receive freight at Council Bluffs and charges $12 per car for Bridge Transfer to Omaha. In St. Louis yesterday Barney Kane killed Thomas Russel by splitting his head from ear to ear with a�1 a Kane escaped. John Peck one of the sufferers by the destruction of the St. Louis Market House saturday night is dead and mrs. Flori is not expected to . The coloured people of Louisville had a fifteenth amendment Celebration yes Gerdav. One thousand coloured Odd Felio is were in the procession. It is rumoured that e. A Woodward one of the new York to turn state s evidence against mayor Hall provided his own Freedom is secured. Corner. It will be. Point of elegance in this country. The harness was of corresponding Beauty and Hung in a Large closet with Glass doors. The room was handsomely coiled in Black Walnut and was ornamented with appropriate pictures. Overhead was a suit of rooms for the Coachman Frank Houseman who is a very handsome coloured Man. He can drive six in hand with perfect ease and is one of the Best a a whips in the City. Or. Fisk a ambition led him to engage this Man at $100 per month and four other coloured men were employed at $00 per month to Groom the horses. In this Way $350 per Mouth were paid for wages and the entire Cost of maintaining the establishment could not have been less than $10,000 per annul. Houseman said that a ton of Hay was fed weekly with a proportionate Quantity of Oats but ground feed was not used. Coldest Days of the Winter he took the wrong Road and was led into the cold dreary Forest away from Home and friends. At last the old Many a strength gave out and he sat Down on a log. The Day being so cold his friends m White Haven thought nothing of his not coming Home on tuesday but when he failed to appear on wednesday they became alarmed. On thursday his son started in search of him and at Bear Creek Learned to his horror that Bis a Ber. F had left there on tuesday. A number of i terrible death a a Man crushed under a ton off Iron Ore. The Pittsburg Gazette says saturday afternoon an Accident occurred at Jones amp Laughlings Metal Yards sixth Ward Allegheny in which a Workman met with an instant and terrible death. The Yard is used for the storage of Iron Ore which is Broil flit. Over in Lovo Lionil is brought Over the Cleveland Railroad and the cars switched Oft Over a trestle work where they Are unloaded. Generally there is a Large Quantity of the Ore which is it is proposed by the Council to restore Philadelphia Independence Lylall nil i of the sign ill set it apart i. A Arlus Onur ers of the declaration it us a 1 i a b a the Leavenworth i he first Tram. The test was Railroad Bridge sunday to it ration of the highly satisfactory. Viil take place completion of the Bridge is on the 18th. 4 economical and lioness management together with the recent great reduction in Price of material reduces the Cost of constructing and equipping the Northern Pacific Railroad Condid Erable Clow the original estimates. Locomotives which Cost $19,000 when the Union and Central roads were built now sell at $10,200 Best american rails have during the same period fallen from $1 h. To $75 per ton. Then the right of was and Stone and Timber material usually Large i Tenis in the Cost of new roads Are furnished to the Northern 1 actin or Atu Itou sly from the government Domain men immediately made preparations to search the Woods. Through the Snow they tracked the unfortunate old Man until Nightfall put a Stop to their efforts to find him. Early in the morning they were again upon his track. They followed the imprint of his footsteps until three of clock 111 the afternoon when they found the body of poor old Valentine Miers sitting upright upon a log Frozen still and Stark. His remains earned to the nearest settlement by the men and taken to White Haven. 4. Large number of persons attended his funeral on last monday afternoon. I to the Hight of ten feet. w1?, John Sammel was �o1 a a gig Down one of those Quot a a Ltd i a a party of boys at Dover m Nyne Couo to ind., playfully threw the Cap of a seven year old son of or. Borton into an Apple tree and left the Little Tellow to get it Down As Best he could. A Short after they returned to find Bun Hung i a broken limb by the Collar and dead was supposed he fell accidentally and caught on the limb. The surplus of new York Star says if any voting Man is revolving the question in his mind shall i become a bookkeeper a Vve would earnestly advise him not to a revolve it anymore. Reason there Are More bookkeepers than there Are books at least we think so in View of the fact that a dry goods Man in this City who advertised Lor a bookkeeper at $700 per annul received six Hundred applications Lor the position. B fenced to undermine the mass which was Frozen quite solid. As he was following this plan suddenly a Large mass from the top weighing fully a ton was loosened and fell Down upon him. He was thrown upon his Back and the mass rolled upon him literally flattening out the portion of his body upon which it rested. His fellow workmen As soon As possible removed the weight from their dead Comrade and had the remains taken to his late residence on Chartiers Street sixth Ward. Yesterday morning Coroner West proceeded to the House and held an inquest. The body presented a most sickening spectacle both legs being crushed almost to a Jelly the Collar Bone broken the left flattened in and the left Arm broken in several places. The jury after hearing the statement of those who saw the Accident rendered a v verdict of a accidental driving the came into the sitting room one sunday morning and found Bennie enjoying a noise game of horse in company with Andrew Jackson the cat and two of the Kitchen chairs. A you must not do that said she decisively releasing the Antic Span from its bondage of Wick yarn. A a done to you know it is sunday a a a yes Mother a said Bennie pleadingly please let me ill drive a not to Day my a a Mother a said Bennie despairingly As he saw Liis horses vanish through Quot the Kitchan doorway a a if you la Only let me do it 1 11 drive the people to Church All . 15 and 17 West sixth Street Cincinnati. Premiums for the Dollar weekly Star deaths. Strait at 4 of clock p. M., on the 28th inst., at the residence of his sons near tans miss., Thomas j. Strait a cd 72 years. Uton wanted a Livest Book Buffalo land a Rev. Father Taylor the sailors minister astonished a divine who had refused to enter his pulpit because a unitarian mini Star had been it. By falling on his Knees 011 the pulpit stairs and crying out a to lord deliver us in Boston from two things bad rum and bigotry thou Knovs est which is the worst for 1 the funeral of Hon. John l. Davies for thirty one years a prominent citizen of Davenport Iowa in the 2d inst., was attended with imposing ceremonies the Secretary 01&Quot the Treasury has decided that the income tax on the salary of the president of the United states and judges of the supreme court of the United states is unconstitutional and the same will be refunded and not hereinafter imposed. By w. E. Webb. Just ready for agents. The most Cruz and marvels of the mighty Plains of and truthfully described. Overflowing with w it and humor. The appendix a com Nipote guide for sportsmen and emigrants. Over lofty original illustrations of the Lynest execution Ever put into a popu a Book. Send fir particulars and secure Trento Ryan once As this is the greatest Chance for making Money Over offered in the Book business. Address l. Hannaford it to. Publishers 177 West fourth Street Cincinnati. Ltd amp a Catarrh and diseases of the nose Throat Aud lungs speedily cured by or Becky a Only known and sure remedy. No charge for treatment until cured. Those afflicted with these ailments should Call at or. office 112 John Street. Cincinnati o. Sabbath schools or societies desiring to obtain a first class Pestky Organ at a Small outlay can do so by sending us subscriptions to the number of one a unifred and ten for the Dollar weekly Star. The retail Price of this Beautiful instrument alone is $100, so that the Organ Aud the paper for one year Are both had for a trifle Over the Price of either singly. To those w to can get up smaller clubs we propose to furnish Superb cromos. Elegantly framed and copies of some 01 the finest pictures known. These Art suitable for Parlours and we will Send out of these to any one who will Send us the subscriptions for clubs of Twenty to the Dollar weekly Star. To those in the country wishing Arti cles of every Day Utility we propose u furnish one of the celebrated a Clima. Corn planters for those sending 11s subscriptions for a club of 25 names. To those sending in manner 75 subscriptions we will Send a first rate no. Wilson sewing machine. Other premiums will be Given As tin occasion May require

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