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15 Dec 1881

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Weekly Cincinnati Times (Newspaper) - December 15, 1881, Cincinnati, OhioTTTTC cmCENiíATl WBlCKiT TTMKP, TIltWCSDAX DECEMBEB 16; 1881J THE ASSASSIN. [COKTIVCSD rROM 8IXTB PAOB.] Wabhinqtom. December 12.—Tiie first Witness in the Guiteau case to-day was Dr. Edward Charles Spltzga, of New York. The witness bad made a study of nervous •nd mental diseases as a specialty, and had been called to testify as an expert about twenty-five time?. Witness examined the prisoner in jail yesterday and was satisfied that he is inlane. Witness considered the main features of the prisoner’s case to be a tendency to the formation of delusive opinions and morbid projects, and a strong indication of imbecility of judgment; and while," said the witness, "riiave no other evidence than the expression of his face, I should have no doubi that be is a moral imbecile or moral monstrosity.” Scjville then read witness a hypothetical question, and asked if in nis (witness') opinion the prisoner was sane or insane on the 2d of July. Witness declined to answer any hypothetical question in oases where he had made a personal examination. Witness considered the prisoner insane when he examined him. He believed he panst have been in more or less of a morbid mental state throDgliout his life, andti.at be was probably insane on the 2d of July. The cross-examination was quite polnt-Idly directed to the witness’ practice and Itanding as.an expert, and inquiries were made as to witness’ position as professor at the Veterinary School. Scoville objected to the questions as not |>ertinent. Davidge replied; "The attainments of this witness have been paraded by counsel in the other side, and we think it decidedly pertinent to this case to discover what opportunities for professional acquirements the witness has enjoyed." Bcoville noted the exception. Witness liad no reason to feel ashamed of bis sphere of duty in that connection. Davldge—‘‘Yes, but your treatment at that time must have been confined mostly to horses, and those gentlemen are what are known as horse doctors, are they not? Witness (leddening and with sume excitement): ‘‘My treatment has been confined to asses. When an ass with two legs asks me a stupid question, 1 endeavor t<> treat him as he deserves-*’ [General laughter.] Witness would not undertake to express a decided opinion as to ttie mental condition Of the prisoner July 2d. Guiteau—‘‘There was no depravity about this business at all, and 1 think it is a burning sliame for gentlemen of the prosecution to harp upon that word, 'Depravity.* I have been a cousisient Christian all my life, and because 1 committed adultery to get rid of a woman I did not love and owe a few hundred dollars it is a burning shame for this prosecution to blacken my character.’* Despite tlie cries of ‘‘Silence’’ and "Or der" Guiteau continned to strike upon the table and shriek out at the top of his voice; I am not afraid to go to the gallows if the Lord Almighty wishes me to go there, expect an act of God that will blow tiiis Court and jury out of this window to pro-ect me if necessary. I want to thunder Jiis in the ears of the American people." Davidge (with an air of disgust)—"Oh, t;ds pantomime business is getting played sut," Guiteau—"You are getting played out, »nd your theory of the prosecution, too." Recess. THX PRISOnXR FAILIHC. Washington, December 12.—The impression is becoming stronger here that the Bvidence of tlie last week has convinced many who formerly thought Guiteau a crank on the subject of notoriety, that the moral depravity theory of tne prosecution is more in accord with his general coudnet. There was the usual crowd of visitors at tlie jail yesterday, but only a few persons were allowed a eliinpse of the prisoner. Counsel on both sides are desirous of keeping news- (’paper men from interviewing him. It was with great difficulty that your representative obtained permission even to see him, And a solemn pledge had been given to Warden Crocker that no questions should , be asked or anything done which savors! ;n the least degree of an interview. The ■j^usaasin was not found in his cell. He had ,^en allowed to traverse the corridors, un-fler sufficient guard, fur recreation. I The Warden stated that he is laboring ^nder severe mental excitement, and that ;ie is liable to break down physically before i >he trial ends. General Crocker says his deportment is vrderly and gentleniaiily, but that the ,ixciting incidents of the last week hnvt tnnerved him. When the writer saw him Áe wai lesling uneasily on a couch in a arge cell at the end of the corridor on Vbicb liis own cell is situated. He moved ' tneasily as the visitors entered. Not a rord was said, but the restless eyes of the ; «risoiier followed lliein in every movement, |ind be seemed hungering for information IVoni tlie outside world. A Bible rested on ■ he sill of tlie grated window, and papers c If a legal form were scattered around. , i Guitetiu closed Ins eyes wearily and hanged bis position several times. The iail pliysician, who saw him this morning, ‘aid bis digestive organs were out of order, ^ut he could find no other symptons of hysicul derangeuient. To the noii-prufes-')onaI mind the prisoner’s apiiearaiice was idicative of a severe mental strain and an ncontrollabie (ear of an unfavorable result f the trial. The announcement that Scoville will lec-ure Wednesday evening has created a flut-er of excitement. A nuruber of people ironoiince this step not only unknown in he history of criminal trials, butunprofea-iooal In the highest degree. SC0V1L.LB la NOT SATISFISD. The continued indisposition of Ralph Vorniley, the colon d juror in the Guiteau ase, threatens to seriiiusly complicate the regress of the trial. His physicians frar hat Woriuley will be unable to be in at-endaiice much lunger. He is threatened itb erysipelas in tlie face. Scoville SS'S te will not consent to prcceeding without full panel. In an interview to-day coville further said that such a feeing of ill-will toward the prisoner was rowing up tbrougiiout the country hat hs didn’t know but it would e best if something should happen 0 put a stop to the present proceedings util public sentiment was more quiet, lence, Jf a juror is unable to attend to his Qty the case may yet have to be stopped, ud may have to be begun de novo in the larch term. Scoville says the recent tone f the.press has been little less than offer-ig a premium for the assassliiaiion of uiteau; At least he thinks there has been enough said about hanging Guiteau to the gallows to cause deep regret in the future, because he is sure that if the end ever did come a post mortem «xaroination would show him to be insane. Souville thinks the trial will last at least a month longer, and that the counsel for the Government who expect a speedy end will be greatly disappointed. THI G0ITIAU BOAFrotO. Y'esterday Warden Crocker called the attention of your correspondent to the scaffold on which Guiteau will be executed, if the jury so decide. Upon this instrument of death three criminals have already expiated their orinies, among the number Stone Ambrose, whoee head was lorn clear from his body. The structnre is firm and well braced, and commands a full view of the corridor which croases the rotunda to Oui teaii’e pIhcs of confinement, and in pass-iiig to and from the jail be is given a full benefit of its appearanoe. THE VIENNA CALAMITY. ViKRNA, December 12.—The State funeral procession of the victims of the Ring Tbea ter fire tliat was tu have taken place ytster-day was abandoned in consequence of fears tliat the exasperation of tbe public would lead to an unseemly demonstration, and, under orders from the Town Council, the bodies were privately conveyed Saturday night and last night to the cemetery, where public obsAquies will be held to-day in great state. Tbe list of Uie missing is now reduced to 917, and the number of bodies recovered to 470, of wbich only 125 have been identified. Public indignation ia increasing It is found upon investigation that the man who liad charge of tbe fire hose was occupied as ascene-shiftsr; that the gaa man also acted as general lamp-lighter, and the person who had charge of tbe iron curtain was absent from bis post, while tbe door keys of the various outlets were in tbe pockets of the various cloak-room attendants. It is stated that the firemen, in breaking open one of tbe locked doors, found twenty-fire bodies of victims who, having groped their way right, found the door too strong to be forced. It is alleged that tbe mujori ty of tbe victims could have been rescued but for the assMfption of the police and firemen that the people in tlie galleries had escaped. The evidence of th se rescued shows that during tbe hideous strugcje of over half an hour inside tbe burning build ing the firemen did nothing, and that even when the victima were appealing at the windows to the police and firemen, telling them of tbe struggle that was going on lit side, their appeals were received as iiicred uloui, and Uiey were told to wait and that all would be saved. Vienna, December 12.—The common grave for the unrecognized victims of the tlieater fire in the Central Cemetery is 150 feet long and 14 wide. THK DEüU OF DEMONS. HORRIBLS WORK OF BlOBT TOUNO URN IN TBNMBUi'aa. Mobkistowh, Tbnn., December 12.—An old lady named Wincfaestei lives near Kingstan with her two granddaughters, both handsome young ladies just budding into womatihood. Yesterday morning before daylight eight young white men entered the bouse and horribly outraged the young ladies. Afterward the villains beat the old woman so that she has since died, and then burned their home to the giouiid. None of the brutes have been captured, altlioHgh it ie said the young ladies can identify them. NEUl iHOITI ClllN/t. suicina Of A D. a marsmal at SHAReaAi-^ VeWBL WKSCXKD. San Framcuco, December IX—Hong Kr<ag aiiTicea t;ate that Burger Lewla, Mar.kal et UuiteC StatesCoaiulute at Shaoibai, suicided on October 29th by severing an artery In hii arm. Tbe American sh p Humboldt whs wrecked st Lincoln Maud Ociubcr 22d. W. C. ClnitoD. Beconl Hate, snd a Cninese steward and the cook were diowiied. Others gained land and were lakeu ol by the atejmerJJo don Castle. DrowueU iu u Bayoti. SflRKVBPORT, La., December 12.—On lust Ssiturday evening, Mr. W. A. Stone and Prof. McIntyre, teacher of tbe Good Ex change School, both living in Cass County Texa.s, just across the Caddo Parish line, came down in company with a party of gentienien for the purpose of engaging in duck hunt. Stone and McIntyre t.-ok frail canoe to cross the bayou, but about lialf way across It upset and both were drowned. Death on the ttail. St. Louis, December IX—Elisha Underwood, resident of Enfidd, n., was tun over ana killed by a train on iba Louisville A Nashville Kail road, abo'it a mile from Mol>ecnsburo, last night. The bi dy was horribly manalrd. Jacob Paul and Mary Mittner, who were walk ing along the track of the Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Railroad, on their way home (rom party which they had attended at Astoria, ill Saturday ni-lir, wore run over by a train. Miss Mittner aa< iiistaiiily killed, ana Mr. Paul had liislegcmoff, and was othvrwiso so bkdiy in Jured that he will die. Thrruteiira %• Ills Oeitiriiction. . Montbkal, December 12.—Following the recent scare caused by the finding of dynamite machines, comes another sensation The authoritiea of the Bank of Montreal have received intiinatiou that tlie Fenians intend to de'<troy the bank buildings with dynamite. So far noihint; has transpired The bank authorities believe that the com III unication emanated from some person of unsound mind. Steamer Kuppowed to He BurunA Chicago, December 12.—An East Towas, Michigan, special says tliat heavy flames and rmcke arising between this place and the Charities Saturday night gave rise the belief tbai some large craft was afire. A steamer and a vessel were tiglited the same day, and it ia (eared it was one them. Dcntk of E. B. IVlnck. Nkw Tobx, December 12—K. R Mack, New York represenlatlve sime 1879 of the tlaciiiuaU Qaxette, Louisville Courier Journal. St. Louis Republican a.id Chicago Times, died at his rue. dance, 129 filty-elshth siteet, tbis mornlug of eiysipelaa. The l.aiid Fruud Cnee. STSVBfNviu.a, 0., Pecember 12-U. a District Attorney Bliss, of St. L uii, Mo,, Is in the cl. for the pun ose of asaisting in the prosccutlr u oi the Lindsay-Moiris lend fraud case. Died from the Effeets of a Woiiaid St. Louis, December 12—James Uolemaa died this morning from the reiultebfawouudinfl.etcd by hisbrothrrtu-law, L. J. Schamm, in East St. Louis on Wednesday last. Hewte Pecure Uealtti. Itii strange any one will sulTer fiom derange ments brought on by impure blood, when SCO VILL'S SARSAPARILLA AND STILLINQIA, or BLUÜD AND UVER 8YRUP, will restore health 10 the physical organixatioo. It ii a strengthen ing syrup, pleuant to Uke, and tbe best Blood Purifier ever discovered, curing scrofula, syphi litic disorders, weakness of tbe kidneys, erysipe ¡IU-, Siáiaii», nervous disorders, debility, bilious complainu and diseases oi tuc olood, liver, kid neys, stomach, ikio, clG. OUR COUNTm CAPITAL. IN ail NEW QUABTRBS. Waihinoton, Dectniber 8.—Prealdent Arthur dined at tbe White House Inst evening, accompanied by his SeoretariM, Reed, Thillips and Brown, and baring as guests J. H. Starin, of New York, John Davis, son of Bancroft Davis, and Howard Carroll. Tlie Preekteul’s perional effects, books, papers, office desk, etc., were removed from Jones’ mansion to-d.Ty. The Preeident’s bed chamber will be the ‘‘Nellie Grant Chamber." The White House in ite new dress is greatly improved. Tha main lobby has been kaleomined in a light shade, and the chairs, lounges and settees have been recovered In light silk and wool brocade. In the East Room the furniture Is rich and showy. Tbe woodwork is all ebonized, the upholstering of old gold, with golden brown; the window curtains are of old gold brocade. The Oreen Room tinted Nile green, and is more beautiful than before. Tlie Blue Parlor remains as it was. The Red Parlor has been elaborately renovated; the velvet carpet is rendered brighter with a filigree crimson wool mat; the woodwork is in rosewood; tbe furniture is in crimson plush. Tbe halla and stairways have ell been made comfortable and cheerfuL DKUONSTRATION8 OF THR CROWa Washington, December 8 —When Gui-teau leaves tbe Court House in the van each day there is more or less hissing and yelling by the crowd, and frequently on the trip down crowds of colored people and echool boys jeer at the prisoner. In aome inatauoes iu tbe residences on the streets through wlilch tbe van passei women are seen shaking their fists at the prisoner. Guiteau does not of course see tliese demon-■trationa. Since he was shot by Jones he does not stand in the van, nor does he go to the front part of it, his favorite position being a seat near the door. Tbe cries do no liave much effect in the afternoon, but when the school boys and others boot at him on the upward trip be is scmewhai alarmed. Tbis morning quite a crowd roe the van in the neighborhood of Eighth East, with cries of "shoot him,” "hang him." The prisoner made a jump from the rear to tbe front, and bad liardly reouvered from his fright when be arrived at the Court House. SAHB OLD SHIVSLT. Professor J. W. Shively, of Baratogu Springs, who was arrested here a few days ago and sent to the Insane Asylum, now turna out to be the same man who was arrested near Chicago about a month ago. Ii will be remembered that at the time of his arrest iie represented himself as possessed oi secrets of a conspiracy to assassinate Garfield, in wbich Conkling, Grant and others were alleged to be implicated. TAKE IT FOR GBANTRO. Hon. I»renzo Ureutano, of Chicago, ex member of Congress, is in town. He ha.s been requested by the proprietors of Der Nene Pittanal, tlie hading law journal of Germany, to write np the Guiteau case for that paper, "including the final scene at the scaffdd," from which it may be inferred that those journallsta have no doubt of the issue of the trial. CABINIT NOMINATIONS. Washington, December 12—8 A. M.—It ia nnthoritatively stated that the President will send no important nominations to the Senate to day, unless it '>c that of ex-Sena tor Frelinghuysen as Blaine’s successor, but the otiier nominatioue may be expected during tbe week. Some Senators think Congress will ailjourn Friday or Saturday for the holiday recees. Tbe House will un donbtedly sit until next week any way From present appearances it is probable that Speaker Keifer will be ready to an nounc* the House Committees before the last of this week or tbe fi.^st of next. aXPL'BUCAa CAUCUS. Tbe Republican Senators this morning lield a caucus of brief duratioiu Tbe re-port'of committee on the subject of revis ing the Republican inembersbip of some of tlie Senate Comiulttees was accepted with out controversy. Under tha new arrangeuieut Wiiidom becomes Chairman of Foreign Affairii, £d rounds retaining the Judiciary aud Morrill the Finance. Lnpham takes the Chairman ship of the Woman’s Suffrage Committee when formed. FRELTKGBUrSEN NOMINATED. The President t',-day sent to the Senate the nomination of Frederick T. Freling huysen as Secretary of State. Washington, December 12.—The Senate confirmed the nomination of Freling huysen as Secretary of State. who was first to assist the Emperor in gef ting into a sledge. None of yonr police hounds dared to come near him until^ I took biinin my arms. When we~üad seen the Emperor driven off, and expiring, we returned, congratulating ourselves on the day's work.” The Czar has discovered that the person w ho has placed the threatening letters under his pillow and in his prayer-bovk. Is a woman who has been in the service of the Empress eight years. All the persons passing Gatchina are searched. A man has been placed on every train to watch for letters placed in the mail boxes. All passports are taken fiOiu travelers coming into Russia at the frontier, and tlu'y are sent straight to tha place mentioned as the end of the journej-. ^_ The Jehnaoii ramllr Decreased. Manitowac, WisüoMsin, December 12,— Willie, Joseph and Johnny, sons of John Johnson, of this city, aged respectively Bigiit, ten and twelve years, broke through the Ice yesterday Afternoon? and all three were drowned. A search for the bodies proved fruitless. L'slllded III a Tunnel. Newark, 0., December 11—Two freight train* on the Shawnee Division of the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad collided yestarday iu Bristol tuunel. Uiie of tbe cnginM waa badly wrecked, and the engineer, frank Anderaon, waaacalJeU todeatn. Ills remains wera brought here last ntahu A brother of the deoeased was kil.ed ue«r Mausdtld about a month ago. Tkttt East Ballaaa. London, December 12.—The escaped balloon wbich got away from Bridgeport yesterday aud went out to ses, rarryiug Mr. Walter Powell, M. P. for Malmeaburg, I* believed to bar# gone down about two milee out, and the sea U being dragged.    _    __ Death al a Ketirrd Actrese. 8t. Louis, Deeember 12—A pilvate telegram received bera annouaoes iha sudden d' atn, in D nver yeiterday, o( the actress, Carrie Meiienry, lister of Nellie MtHenry, of the Troubadours, bba wu married only a few montht ago to a tall-oad agent, and bad retired (rum the ktage. NEWS AMD N01ES. FOULLY DEALT WITH. THE BODY OP A WEALTHY DROVER FOUND BY A PARTY OF HUNTERR Drtroit, December 12—A Lex ugton special to the Bvenlns uewa says that lost Saturday a party of hunters two mdes from Amadure, fanllac County, found the body of a man wno bad b. en foully .murdered. His nil bad been amssbed, bis throat cut, and other terrible wounds inflicted, 1 he remaius were identified os tliote of o e I'hillipe.a wealihy Slock drt.rer, from Allertou, Iowa, who bad been lioiiig butlneit in Uiis State fcr aeveial niontbi past One of ibe party who found hím, named J. W Dixon, of Ridgeway, Michifrau. acted so suspiciously tbat he wsi arrested, and yesterday tried to commit suicide iu the prison. Dixon had been well acquatuied with Piifllips, aud even In his compauy muob of the lima. AN ASSAÍsTn's SIORY. St. Pbtrrsburo, December 12.—Extraor dinsry testimony was introduced to prove that tbe ussassinatiou of Alezatider II was the result of the negligence of official duty by M. Roviiisky, Police Chieftain, and Comiseliors 'Ijaigeloff and Furasof, who were convicted aud exiled to Siberia Saturday. Emilianoff, a Nihilist, tamed Stale' evidence, and told that there were four conspirators, be being one, who on March 13th posttd iheniselves on the quay of ihe canal. ;is the Cziir was to drive there on his way to the palaco. They met no policemen, and arranged themselves fifteen paces apart, each with bomb on liH person. Tbe first threw his bomb without fatal effect, then the second threij the fatal bomb. Emilianoff waO' tbe third. When Emilianoff eaw the bomb explode under the Czar’s feet and saw him (all wounded and all bloody, knowing the work was done, he rushed to tbe Emperor as one of the people, looked tbe Czar in the face saw he was surely dying and caught him in his arms until help came. All tbis time Emilianoff' had had his bomb under bis right arm. No policeman was in sight all tbis time and it was easy for Emil\~ ,^7 to do ss be did without at-trg^tiug s^ f'tcion that he was not one of tha people. "Did yon," asked the prosecutors, "have the bomb then and there?’’ "XcB," aiuwered LmiUanhoff. "It WM I THE HYSTIU MAZE. OBBOucrrRD IT oa. qua Original oontributions and eolattonv are respectfully solicited from all tba reademol the Tíhrs-íítab. Addroa all oommunleattons to Da, Quo, Kivaraide, Hamilton County, Cxla. NO. UMLVI-OEC. 15. 1881. Anewere !• Puawlee in Ne. CALIII. Nanie-less. 1702 17ia 17U. 171i Thanksgiving. If A a a R o A L I B N ■ R I D D L B B B Ü C A r B N L A C B D a X r B N Fire-plaoe. F P I P W I L B b r I L G R I If FlLGARLff r R a R I B s I I L B • M 1 8 C 1717. TipiUC 4718. K r V u M T b a e A H a 1 n O r P e S p T e K 1 e Í a u 1 r m A 1 L 171L 1712 HAGGIS A a    R    I    i>    a a a    B    R    B    ■ 0 I    B    ff    A    T 1 D    I    A    T    B 8 a    »    T    B    T 1715, Silug-carL 1718. D B B B BLAST R L U B T B 0 BBARRBRBT a S T a B M S TERMS 0 a 8 V 1712 In-nei squarR ITAJt C a P u T Ab B I K BuN e R lYlaae maahera. Corred solntioaa of Ptuxlealn No. CXLIII have been received frum A. Hoi-vrr. Ben J. Min. Balsamo, Aspiro, Nemo, Mack, EUo,8. Hark, Miami and Fraux Complete lists lu small capa Mr. John Bright bus again been fishing at Tweedside. Numbers of Enelnh barristers now wear moustaches. Quite a modern iuno-vation, this. The selling of books in rural towns in England U mainly in the bauds of peddlers and gypsy women, aud tbe trade is increasing. Mr. Andrew Carnegie, a wealthy citizen of Pitlsburg, basofiered to that city a free library un which he promises to expend $25,000. Mr. Henry Harmon and wife, of Manchester, N. H., have lost all their chil dren, five in number, from sCiarlet fever within two weeks. To the remarK of a correspondent, ‘‘I would like to know what laws are made for, anyhow." Texas Sifiings succinctly replies, "Lawyers.” Lord Derby is continually investing iu English real estate, notwilhstaudiDg the eiiornious ampunt be bolds. The Khedive of Egypt recently siiid; "I never take up tbe newspaper without seeing tbe arrival of -an Englishman. Now, Euypt must be for tbe Egyptians.” A St. Louis prayer meeting was broken up by a Deputy Sheriff, who levied on the church furniture for debt, after allowing “just one more hymn, aud one prayer, i not too long.” Yankee residents of Concord, N. H;, to tbe number of 1,340, have been "guessing” the number of beans in glass jar, and the cuesses have ranged from 900 to 4,000,000. Señora Augustiua Ramirez, the mother of twelve eons, who with their father all died in arms ngaiast tbe French, has just been awarded a pension of $150 month by tbe Mexican Congress. Prince Victor Napoleon, heir to tbe Bonapartist hopea, baa just taken his degree as Bachelor of Science. He was one of eight successful candidates out of fifty-eight, who were examined. Mr. Ashmead Bartlett is, according to Biiekle, one man in 30,000, for that, according to him, is the pruportion which men marrying women old enough to be their grandmothers bear to the population. In the Legislature of Washington Ter ritory a bill giving suffrage tu women possessed of $500 in property was passed in the lower House, but killed in the Council by a vote of eight uuys and one yea. Spurgeon says that when you meet a mad dog you ibould never argue with him, unless you are sure of your logic. Ills better to get out of his way; and if anybody calls you a coward yoti need not call him a fool—everybody knows that. Mr. Joseph Jefferson, it is well known, is not only an actor but also an artist of much taste and skill. He is so fond of sketching that he always carries his materials with him on his professional tours, and spenJs all his odd minutes with pencil and brush. Shit lie Lieber caused a social commotion in Baltimore, yeiirs ago, when she quitted a home of luxury to become a circus rider. She is How equally an object of interest in Detroit, where she has been sentenced to seven years* imprisonment for shooting a companion. One of tbe allegations made In a Louisville wife’s bill for divorce is that her husband, to cure her of jealousy, compelled her to ki.-a the woman of whom she was jealous, having brought the latter to the bouse for the purpose. Mr. Biadlaugb has iu New Zealand a brother who is a mission preacher, and who not long aeo publicly prayed for the future spiritual welfare of his atheistic relative. HU prayer vras accompanied by Rounds from bis audience of "Hear, bear!" applause, and cries of "Hush." Prince Bismarck, it is said, was asked by a friend if he would like to see An-drassy ont‘e more iu power. "As a diplomatist, by all means," answered tbe Iron Chancellor, "but as a good friend I prefer to see him in the comforts of re tireinent, where I hope soon to be myself. When danüerous times come again, they will quickly enoügh send for us Jboth." Mr. A. B. Alcott and his daughter I^ouisa celebrated their birthday last Tuesday by addressing poems to each other. Mr. Alcott wrote not long ag-some pretty little verses to his two-years old granddaughter, the child of bis dead child May. Thus they begin; My babe! my plaasuraf day by day I court thy soft and sunny smile. YV biut round my chamber thou dost play, And woo mine eye with cunning wlla. Cited by tba Washington, Ind., Gazette la the (act Ibat the colts in that locality have a sort of lameness in tbe joints. J. F. Myers cured his by auointiug it with ht. Jacobs Oil, Prise*. A. Solver, Keuton, 0.. a b*ok. Mack. UillMlnitf, Kan., 8 aomkT snlucilption to VYxkklt Timks. For best ll«t, a book. Pot second, S mouths’ subacripDon to Wbrkly TiaBS. SrxciAL—tor the best Hul(-3quara exceed-iuf eleven lettera, befora Decoiuber 290, a book. place oL i One who repeeea. S. Pertatnlog to a wood or grove. A Stx-eletL 5. Aeertain ugly flsb. 4. To f jrm or prtut by means of a itenciL 7. A man who speaka the Kria language. DiAeoNAiXY Downwabd—1. A latter. 1 A ootneotlve that marks an alternative. I. Kioa-(oik. 4. Monkeys. 5. Bookx 8. Qenera ol ab-domiual Oibea, including tbe pike. 7. Arranged In a aarles or succeoaiun. 8. On* of the roof timbers of a building. 9. Lnrnivoroua anlmaU ol the genus Loo, obaracterized by great slie and strenxth. 10. A small river flab. 11. IndLtiuet. 12 Look. U. A letter. Loogootee, Ind. Auiwen in three weekA A. Mbbioa. Pwl-pwarrI, RBcnvKD—Aspiro, Charade and 8-Diamond. Pli7.ZI.ES. 1745—.’Numerical. Wblle rambiiug la a forest wild, A queer or laed being nrar me bore, And beliie tliAii a iimiu child, 1 crouclisu aun la) quite 5 8 4; ÜAI1 deaa with fear, to draw it mild, A gowu and rosary he wore. A 2 to 5 Ills hand did grace, He waddled like a 2 to A A ULVajs Total ou hialaoe, A 8 to 6 like luieu h.; Lore; Irosi- and hooiewaid lan apaCA R( jotced to meet lbs mouk uo more. Springfield, 0.    8.    Hark. 1746-neRUlar llexavoii. ACROSS—1. (iuawliix. 2 An oruamsntal stand for a b r/e dUh lu the osni^r ol a table, A Bmall thlckftf. A Tha procesa of drying. S. Ficadiug. 6. A kind ol vulture. 7. Causing iiUarut oa. 8. A user In the bouiherit pa I ol New York. 9. Usving two toes, la Bloodiess-ness. IL Making ouA 8IDI&—Klgiit to rlKbt uppor angle, tbe person to Whom H lea>e U given. Kigbi uuper to icfi upper, boarding. Lett upper tj left, bwiss poet and psinier (lTaO-1788). Right to right lower, a k lid of coaen. Right lower to left lower, mak ing one. Left lower to lelt, a pcluUd Iron ou a iiOiseahuA DiAUUNALS—Right upper to left lower, leuUnt. Right lowcr to Itti upper, undeivaiuiug. Green Vallty, llL    EaiBRraiSA 1747—Frise llUtorlcal Charade, TUX StlGB OF OaAKOW. CANTO UL Lasts across the borison scud, Then uus *s crimson as dark red bload. There Is awful work to be done today. Tlie FiRSi is moauiug us If it kuows Tiiai iu a death grapple will meet tbe foes, That tbe hour has come for au awiul hay. Mauy a Rus.->iau and many a Turk, Ere the fleets huve ended their awful work, Mid (K'ld, slim* masses of whole will drift Mauy alifcKU corpse will üe With syebAiis s «r.ng up tu the sky, ThV souls of the Muscovites wtli need starlft, Aud itae black eyed houtis w.il watclt and wait in me Prupbei's paraduie near the gate, Fur the itue belUven may sund or fall, hut the crescent must aero over Ocukow's waU. PiqUA 0-    UlAML 1748—ReBitlar HexaBaa. A«B0S8—1. Gutters in caudles. 2 ThstubsUnee of apples crushed by grlndiug. 8. Uultis together. A Those who arc very rigorous. S. Foiciug. 6. Evailonx 7. A banister, considered a learuer of law until sixteen years of sgo. A Couiuuc-tions ol equal ihickneic'es aud equal leugths. * A number. IA A crystai.zable substance. IL A fish. Sides—Eight to rxht upper angle. walleU R ght upper to left upper, consumer*. Left upper toleft, uxes. Riaht lo right <p-ver, b.aurihos. Klrht lower to left lower, a eeitalu hsb. Left lower to left, forms whica u reib ukcs by inflco-t.oii. Diagonals—Right upper to left lower, temporary residence. Right lower to left upper, cer-uiu wudiug birda. Ciuolnnaii, O.    Yam    Kia 1749-Charade. You talked in accents seut mental Last iiighl about your ‘‘joyous youth,” 1 find your aches, both beuri ana dental, Vt e.c rather shaiper then, lu truth. 1 rout.-d oat a brace of letters, Wtd at the joyous age of twmty, In ou« you riKsr on suo.al fuiters VYith Teunysoulau lines (p plenty. You hint at "woes" and “lost illusions;" The fact was, ns I now remember. You met w^th two severe cuulusious That chdiy morning iu December. One when upon the Ice yon slipped While skating with Loonn Torrcy; Tbe other when y^ur lovtsha nipped With, "I’m engaged loTom. Boaorryl" The other letter's six months newer. But quite as deep iu de^olstion, Because vour dollars weie still (ewer, AUfaough you'd woik’d without cesution. Yon thought li'fa’s nxxt not worth the trying Unless you wo e a niiillonalre, 1 ihink you said you ih >ught of dying Rather ibau uwull with sordid carA Bat now I And at three times twenty Yon merely seem a little pensive, Although your c-<ln ia scarce more plenty, Nor IS your total stock exteusiVA I know you’re thankful that Leona Took moneyed Toni and lelt you mourulng, 'Til very plain that abe’s the Jonah Woo biought his erait to overtutnlog. Centralla. IIL    Pollt. I758-!lwTer*«d niiomb. Across—1. Grrxing. 2. Certain trees. S. Devoted to the welfare of one’s country. A ftqnlnns. & The chief luam r places with lauds belonging thereto. A Thoia whose ocoi.pation it Is to tnn. 7. Infatuate Diaounally Downward—L A letter. 2 A Jewish month. S. To mine. A To moderate. & Spruce. 6. .k kind of small but kler. 7. Purxles. 8. A hot, oppressive wmd on tbs eastern c ast of Spain. 9. Color. 10. To blow. 11. Anabbrevia-tion for Holy Roman Empire. T2 An abbrevia-t on; tha mark ou the ooiLar of the Chief Justice of Eugl.ind 13. A letter. Lancaster, 0.    CiMqcA I75l-I*riae Charnd*. CANTO II. Now Bob you know was "up to souS;" You could not teed him "tany,” And when the thought came in his head He laughed—It was "too chaffy.” So in the woods that night h* slept, And him the primals haunted. Which scared him nearly bslf to death, But be was far from daunted. .V TOTAL In bis pocket he Had carried all tbe time. To keen him side from all the hobs. Or aii suih In that Hue. But scenes yon know sre last to chaugA Just so it wna with Rob, When morning dawned upon him he Had r.aught to hll his gob, Bhawnoe Mound, Ma    K.    T.    Dio. 1702-Keverscd Rliomb. AC£qs9-l flciecu 01 dsioiBilaes (ht beundi oi CRiTiquB-"Robbetie«” in 1704 vu a typo-gjaphtcal error. Ben J. Min criticises thus: "In 1683 there are three fatal flaws: 1. Tbe foundation word is obsolete. 2 There ar* two distinct falsliicatlouK A—'A LAST in every bouse bM plaoe.' While there are many houses tliat have no children at alL B—'The final aocn becomes a man.' 1 always thought that a babe gr«or up to be a man or woman, aud waa not aware that they made men. 8. It Is vaguely deflued, aud leaves doubt as to its being ooireot I sent 'Welcome' to 1687, aud I am moilned to tbluk tnat U is u good If not better iksn the ou* given." Let us review the reviewer. As to 1st, obsolatt woids ss foundations of pnisleA the rule was made to correct an abuse, but waa resduded In Pot-pourrt Na tXXXVIl 2 A—Although a “babe” la not placed lu every house, yet evidently there is a plsoe for It, whether It u lu its place or noL The obvious meaning ol tbe text Ia ibat in every bouse a bsbe has room, position, it does not assert or im-iily that every hooae baa one, but room for ooa 2 B—"Tbs flualsoon becomea n man '* Min in this case may be taken as mankind, which includes both sexes, male and female, and thar* is notbiug in the itansa to forbid such rendering. Ii is frequently so uMd In pootry. A As to tbe charade being ''vaguely defined.’' isinsomt reipectA perbapA true, but taken as a whole but best solvers had no dllBcuUy in arriving at tha correct answer, li wvuld b* well, however, if ail our charade writers were more explicit ia defliiitUira How "Welcome” can be substituted for "Mar-gin'* iu 1687 is beyond our oomprehension. Damon sends us a clip from an old oouniing house edition of Webster on whicb Is the word “UNNATiVA" defiuid. "Not native: notuattiral; forced.” This et oourse shields him from any impropriety in the oonitruolion of 1686, but we are “su sorry” he does not own tbe lut edition, which Is the only authority. Mack says: *T think Beu J. Min just a 'leetle off* lu 1700, sub. 0; lieguvaan obaoletedeflnttion, wUila tbera are several Uto onen” The poiut ia well Uken. Aspiro writes: "Na 1716, sub. 8, vlolstes my approved crttielim as to abbreviations In the plural. Dr. is the abbreviation for Doctor aud its plural. I was aware my 'triolet’ was not such according to Webster. I used it lu deforeno* to a puuieeditor who gave an example." It is safer to use Webaiet and his revisen as auihorliy than all tbe puzale editors in txUN enoe. In regard to abbreviations none are to be used unless found In tYcbstef's tablA Inst edition. Tbs addition of s to abbreviations found in that tabta tu form plurals is erroneouA Na 1727 has a flrsi, last end welt Implied total. Ti'ipplo .Tturdcr. AUGUSTA, Qa., December s.—An account of one of tne inusi atrocious triple murderiever recorded In tbe history of crime In ibis Btate has just bren rei cived from Moscow, a little town iu Lamar County. Mr. Wlnchestar Aimvtruug, a well-to-do «nd highly rcapccied farmer living in (hat secilou, left bis home yestarday on buslneoi to a nelKhborIng village, Icsving his wife and Infant child and sgad m.>tber-lu-law the only oocupants of tha house. During bn abaenoe a crazy negro, whose insane dei da bad not prevKusly sttraeied much attention tu th* neigbborbood, suddenly entered tlis house, aud betoia tba mother oauid prevent, snatched up tb* tnbe and attemptad to escape wlibIL The Irighteiied womati mad# a frauilq effort to rescue her otdld, which only aroused th* lunatic’s ftcniy, and si.atching up au ax that stood near be dealt her au awlni blow upon tha head, opeu-iug the skull aud cauatng a wound from waich she loon dli4 Her aged mother ti cn attempted to secure the babe, wneu the tufuriated monster fell upon her aud beat her to death in a (tv minuten    WhUa h*    WHS    auu engaged    in hU    Hurderoni woik,    Mr. Armstrong, totally uiuonscioua of the terrible tragedy that was btiag eqacted la the little home whioh be hud but a little while ago left in such pence and tranquillity, ai>pruaohcd the house. The scene which met his xom almost froze his blood; but soon rocovertog bis mind, he ruAhed lot hi* gun. aud secured it juei in time to piereut the maniac (torn completing his blo ody work    by killing the    babe    and iu father.    The negro    Wat advancing    upon Mr. Armstrong    with his oioiNly ax raised and hU lerribls eyes rolling In madnisa, wheu Ut. AriuaUong leveled his gun siid.suol him dead. The child, amid all the lerrlbie butchery, escaped unharmed, end it ail thi.t Is left Mr. Aimaitong to cheer bu desulate hOOA k FAIRY AFLOAT. The Allowing deecription of the Hiif vemol repreflentM on this png* is from tiia Cincinnati CommereuU: The boll i* of ttm finest selected white oak, braced, boUdl and riveted in the most sIdllAil and woik-manlike manner, and is 64 feet in lengtiL 14 feet breadth of beam, feet depth «I hold, and draws twentj inches of watib She carries atubolar boiler,and two heamtí^ ful little engines, made expreaslv for he^ by the Ohio Machine Co., Miduleport, (X The dining-room is situated between Uw boiler and engine roomA, and is artistical^ grained, with frescoed celling. It ia fia^ nished in the Qneen Anne style, and tim silver, china and table linen are of the fliMil character. The pilot-houae, cabin, mam •o/on and Captain’s office are on the m1oo« deck Mid are loxorioua in their furniahtqf and decorations. The saloon proper is freecoed and gilded in Enatlake Rtyle, aaá the flooring is covered with Turkish caipel The famitiire, in raw silk and walnot, «I the Queen Anne pattern, like that of thm dining-hall, and rich curtaioB of danunk complete the impression of a veritable floab-ing palace. The four Rtate-rooms,contBÍa-ing two berths each, are also carpeted wHk Bru.«wel9 and handsomely fumwhed, "n» boat belongs to and was built under Üm directions of Messrs A. Vogeler & 0», Baltimore, Md., for their own exclusive uai upon the Ohio, Mississippi and other Western rivers, and is run by a picked crew gf officere aud men in their employ. Hbb object of this little steamer is to cany neither freight nor pnssengera. 8he WBM built for the firm above pamed, to be naeá exclusively by them for distributing their printed mutter in the river towns for Sc. Jacobs Oil, the Great German Remedy for rheumatism and other painful ailmenlBk IkEW VOKD. 1888. All Akrooiuua t'riniei Qrbbnsbubg, Pbnn., December 12—It ha* just been discovered that two maiden ladies, Missev Mary and Lonisa Means, in Franklin Township, Westmoreland County, have been victims of an atrocious outrage, supposed t'> have been committed by Molly Maguires. Miss Mary Mean^ eighty-three )ears of age, WRS murdered outright, and Mias Louisa MeaoA a^ed eighty year*, is so aerioudy injured ibat she can not possibly recover. The Misses Means were reputed wealthy, and to have large sums of money ill I heir bouse, and it is presumed these reports in8(iired the crime. A iXeur Ulaease. Mohtrial, December 9.—The residents of the Township of Garthby and Boutham, Cuuntr of Ricliinoiid, bave been thrown into a state of teirible excitement over the outbreak uf an epidemic whicti medicui skill does not so far appear to hnve uiiy contrul over at all. The patient is frequently attacked so suddenly ae to fall from a chair and lose consciousness. Thesyiup-tom* bear u certain reaemblance to these of diphtheria:    Tbe    sufferings become more aud more labored until death results. Neighbors who had gou* into bous** where th* diseas* was raging have beeu almost iui-inediateiy strickeu down theiuselveA The consequences are that men will not visit each other lor fear of infection, even on bnsinesA    _ _ _ Having ail oyster supper and flficiable at his house, Mr. Frank Farnham, living six miles from here, was afraid that horee-thievea will consider it is a good opportunity for business, and occasionally watched his stable. Miss Laura McDonald and Miss Buckles thought it would be fun to steal from the house and take a horseback ride. They carried out their little scbeme,aud, returning,tried to put up tb* horse without being discovered. But the horse had been missed, and Mr. Farnham, taking the girls to be borse-tbieves, shot at them with a ihirty-two caliber revolver, inflicting a severe and jainful wound.on Miss ^IcDunald, the mil passing through her left leg tmlow the knee. Tbe mistake was soon discovered and tbe jollity of the evening was 800U turned to sorrow and pain. Physicians were sent for and the patient made as comfortable as possible. BUSINESS NOTICES. Th* Sun for 1882 will luako ito fifteenth anaial revolution under the prrietit manngement, antw* Ing, as alwaxA for all. big and littl*, mean ao4 gradoiiA C'iutauted aud unhappy. Republlea« aiiO Drmooratlo, depraved aud vlrluouA lute A-gent ana ohtnie. '1 hk Sun's light la (or mankinA aud aoniAiik.nd of every surt; but Itsginlal warmih is lor th* good, while it pours hot disco ni To ton th* bliniering backs ol the pardal-eutly wluktd. llixSUN of 1868 wu a newspaper of anew Un4. It dhvaidcd many of tbe foriuA and a muliit'Mi* of the supetfluuus words and pliraoe* of aneleiie Joumnliam. It undertook to report in a (itarik, sucemi't, ttnconveutioual way «11 tbe news oi th* world, omitting no event of human luiere*L and couiuieutiDg upon affairs with the fearl«*i-iieos of al>40luU independenoe. The *ueev«i *( this ezperluieut wa« (na i>ucc^>a of Thi Sun. Ii effected a permauent change in the ay leaf American newtutperi. Every imporunt Juuraal esiabliahed in this couutry in me d< s«u ye as post bai beeu modeled after 7 hr Sun. Bv«iy impuriant Journal already ex ating bu be** modified and b«l(ctcd by tb* lore* ol Thi SohM exsmplA 1 HR Sun ol 1882 will be the same outspok*^ trnthielilng. and Interesting newspaper. By a libeiai me of the means walcli an abnnd> ant prospariijr affords, wa shall mak* IthMlflr than ever DefurA Wf shall prim all the niws, putting It iaM readable ahapA «aá meuurtnx iu iuipurtaooA uot by the traditional yard»t ck, but by lU im iutereat to tbe peuplA Dlsianc* from PrliiUag Hous* Square is not (he first consideras on wtSA 1 hi Bun. Whenever anythim bappeua wonB reportluK, we get (he panicularA wheUie/ltha^ pens in Brooklyn or Uukiiara. Hi politics we have decided oplniooA andan accu.iomed to exp ess them in languag* thateaa be understood. We say what we think aboat men and evenu. Thai haUi U th* only a*er«t*f '1HXSun's political counn. Tmk VYsbkly Sun gHttier* into eight pages ti* beat matter ol lbs sewn dally iuuea. An Af>4-culiural uepartment ol une-juaisd meilt, uUl market reporu, »nd a liberal proportluu of literary, acieutrflc, aud domestic lutelllgenc* ooa-plel* Thi WiEKLYbUN. aud make it the be*! newspaper for the fatmer’s household that wn erer piinied. Whodoea not know and read Mid like Tn Sunday sun, each number of which la a Ooieoa-da of lutereatiiig liMraiure, wi h tn* beat Doesqp «I th* day: piose, every tine worth reaAiog; news, huiuor—in'itter enough to fill n gcod-niai book, and influliely mote varied and *nt*nai»-ih| tnau au] book, big orluUe? If our idea of what a newspaper should h* pleases you, read tor Thi c un. Our terms are u follows; For ihu daily Sun, a four-paga sheet of twentf-efght ouldnin*, the pric* by mail, post paid, ii 56 cenu a month, or$n.50 a year: or, locludiac th* Sunday paper, an eignt-page aheet of fiA six columiiA tne price is 63 cenu per month, 87.70 a year, po«tag* paid. The Sunday edition of Thk Sun U alio (hw nished separaltly at 81.80 a year, postage psfd. The price of the Wrlkly sun,eight pagea, Mr-six columns, is 81 a year, postage paid. Zee clubaof ten sending 810 will send au extea oopy IrcA Add ess 1. vv. ENGLAND, Uw Pullisher oIThk oun, Naw York City. To CoNsuMPTivis—A'iibor’s Cod-Llrer OH and Lime n«i now boen before tha public twenty years, and bos steadily grown in favor aud appre-c at ion. mil could not be the case unless tbe preparation was of high intiiusio raluA The combiuatlon of the Phosphate of Lime with pure Cod-Liver Oil, as prepared by Dr. Wilbor, has produced * new phns* iu the treatment of Consumption and all diseases ol ihe Lungi it can be taken by the most delicate Invalid w.thout creating tbe dlsga.'^ting nausea whicb is such *n objection to tbs Cod-Ltver Oil when taken without Lima It Is prescribed by the regular (acuity. Sold by the proprietor, A. B, Wilbor, Chemist, Boston, and by all druggistA "Uie    KuttU    halTA'* d»91yw THE LITTLE FLIRT AND LAN6UAG! OF Fl^WE», * firuf oq#fe ■*! MhiaSaawK ■rWad la «snDlt* 00* Uk*. *«M» eia *»eM Is iWleiei  WlSaMw—ae—»U____ BT mati, 10 r«uu toch, or two lor ló coma, wtlu • uf. Rook Frvo. K. NA80N k CO., Ill Noofaa St.,Now To* del3-2tw AGENTS WANTED. inFVTVI raniiowerHisa FORTVNK. Addrsm AUJÍ1.V 13 Kli»Koi:T,%r'i>.,IOB*ril*yat.,N.f. O'.'LD- IStwoow AGENTS* DEALERS* ^kao, POSTMASTERS, CANVASSER^ V Writ, for Aaoan lor Iko papalar Ft LTQ*W 8    flHlTiTIBCALlk    UdanoSkf    rMUkwM t to* ihoaMBilt of otk.r. oo» a.iag tkoa. ILPN*»Hal prioa., rmfkl afcoriM giatWA Moi.teSoi.foek AOOmM. toilU. «ackSjS* ^••••tlk.. “ AOOU "“lOlka- I,** ORc«S«Hoo,»aa.-aiba-4lfco. runlfaSMa 4 Ibi. obS 10 ibi. FWom Btoatioa (fci. mow. >Aa.rVLTOS ACA, '61 CwVI kT*. AiVk«k nolO-8tw $66 a woek in ruur town. Term* and aóoatfltfrsA AdJraM H. HALLStr k Co., Portland, i naoamotk Bait itlex» FruiA ISau Diego Union.1 We have had occasion within the pkA few weeks to write a number of noticea ol our splendid vegetable and fruit growüm. Heading our list of wonderful prodiidi was tbe enormous pie-plaut ou Hugging place, the largest leaf of wbich measura4 twenty-one feet nine inches iu circumference. Then followed a variety of peaches, apples, pears, figs, and grape% produced in different parts of the country, ali of which were remarkable for size and flavor. We now bave before specimens of apples aud pears gron upon the ranch uf E. Steele, of Paradmi Valley, upon whicli we can brag *evem more heartily than ever. The applet which were remarkable both for size aoi flavor, are perhaps not superior to suhm uf the splendid varieties presented us bf others, but they are very fine. The pean^ however, are ahead of any we have see» tills season. First, we have the Flemiik Beauty, a pear weighing twenty-ooB ounces. Then a cluster of four of thi same variety (three on one stem aud tbe other dropping off ia pulling) weighing four pounds. The next is a Bartlet^ weighing a fraction over a pouud. The* follow three Sickles, weighing a pound, gnd two Bus-sew, not 80 large, huL f0tf perfect in forui*

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