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20 Jan 1887

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20 Jan 1887

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Weekly Cincinnati Times (Newspaper) - January 20, 1887, Cincinnati, Ohio o'1’iJ.tii    AX    J.    WJbQKllLL^ir    ’X’131.tL;»,    'X'lAtJ    JttS    1>A.Y„    J    A.TVU    A.    IX    If,    30, VON MOITKE'S WARNING. “THE EYES OK ALE EUllOPB ON THE UElCHsT.^Ü.” HARO UP FOR COAL. War *• Certalu a» Fat« If the Military lUII Me K«Jrcted-Att Eioquent Plea Kr. m the Old Siildl«r-I*l».marck AUo lUUe* III* V«lcq For the M. a«ure. IthKUN. January 11.— I'n* wuscTowded toHlay, U«« oe*m»ioi» Iwiun tbooailtuK up of ibe üort’riíintíPl’a mil.-turv bill iu us uiueiiduil lurin lor at-coikl readniif. Ilerr Voii Wedell riesUorf, I’leaitletil ol ib« Cbaiiiber, read Ibe oom-milive’s report on iho bill. Tbe «oiiiinii tee said it wh* not auiuoiized to ndvocule nny of ibe pro|»oiala in connection with Ibe oieasure, because none of tbeui bad ol»» tainoil tbe sanction of a tuajorUy ol ibfc committee. (ieuerul Von Moltke opened ibo debate In favor of tbe second rcatliuii on bebnlf of Ibo Government, tie said bo did not believe tlirtt any .State sbiuild assume the responsibility of increasiuji the supply of combustible material, wliicU at presont existwl in a greater or less dogreo every-where. SrKONG G0VKBNMENT8, be conteiuii (I, wire the best p'uarantee ol peace, « bile danjtnr lay in tbe ambition Of jntriv leadirs and their Influence on public opinion. II any State, sai l General Von iloltke, can work effectively to preserve the peace, it Is Oermaiiv, who acts solely on tlio defensive. For this she must be stroiuily prepared for war. ••Should «0 ajtaiiist our will/’ be continued, “oe Involved in war, wo shall be aide to wage it. If Ibis bill is rejected, we kball MOST CEIITAISLY HAVK WAR. To-rtav's vote In tne Ib icnslag on the measure will not tail to have its eflfeci abroad. The army alone renders posstbh» protection to sil other political institutions, wuicb must stand or fall with u. Aitrunt forasbort teiui wili not bo ac-ceptabie. THR KYBS or ALL KUttOI'lS are flxod to-day uj»on ibis borly. I appeal to your pairmlisiu to ndot»t the bill and ibow ihe world your readiness to make sny facntfw, even of your own adverse ftpintoii, if uio well being ol tuo Fatbor-taiirt IB at stake." Ihiron Stanflenlieric loUowed General Von .Moiike, Mild Wliile be was speaking I’rinec Hism irck entered tbe Gbamber. At the conclusion of lliiton Slaufleiiber^’s speech, Prince llismarck rose. He ssid: ••Tbe desire of all Ibe military aiilhorluei» ol iho Empire Is only opivO*eil by Ilerr Hiebter, Herr Windthorst and Herr Grill-enberger. It was d fllciilt to coticliide peace at Frankfort, unit It is still MUUK DIFFICULT TO MAlhTAIN IT. "A ile;:ree ol iiiiimney and mimial cobfi-denee exists bitwecii Gerrauuv ami Aus-irla, siicb as m.-ver existed at Ibo period o Germiin icJeraiion. Wo are bound to inaiutain la-aue for this quarter of tho clot»*', but lor this a stroiiir nniir is re-qiiirt d. Our relations wiib all INiwers aro of the and our Kootl relations with lltissia are beyond all doubt. 1 sliouUt have considered enliriiig U|»oii war on nc-eount of Rulcaria as an net of treason iguinsl mv coiiiitrr." Chlcsgees* Dread a FiNiiine in the Great Ctiniforter. CuiOAOO, January 12—A local paper sATs: Tue Chicago Coal ExchMpgc will Imkl its annual meeiing^uexi Friday, and me probabilities are that coal will take quite H Jump, owing to tbe complications is the East, und ihe scarcity of tbe nriiule in this citv. Ii is a well known fact tbai Chicago bus lu-ver been so bard up for c uil us sbe has tbo present wiiiu r, and newrlv all tbe sbipuients that have betui intended lor the West buve b.>en g»i>i>lc<l up und iiseii here. A year ago at dhis time then* were (ki.OOO tons ol cnestiiui coal on me ^tiib Mule, and to-day there is not 1,0IX> uiDs. Tboilemand has Increased full* 2T> p»r cent, «bile Ih'Te hasuuot been a curre-sjtondmg increiiS'} iu Ihe ton* of cual mined. Tliere Is le.ir ol a serious coal fumino here. MORE MODERATE. PAUT OK THE POUT«*MOlITil BOYCOT 1' LIKTED. The Kiitire Matter to lie Decided at Chil-liootlie To-Day-Peiiusjrlvania Miners l'ru|iuse to Jl«Ip Out the BtriSlug Coal Handlers. WHO OWNS PE0RIA7 Mathew 8. Quay, as At.lornejr, It Buloiiics to the llenos. 8aya Uashisbukg, Pa., Januaryil2.—It has t»ee« learued tbat M. S. Quay, the present Stale Treasurer, and p.-osnoolive United Stales Senator, will soon secure a power of attorney from the Ueuo family» residing in U icbflster, this Stale. He will make an effort to recover a portion ol the ground on wblcb the Gity of Pvoriu, II'., is built. Tbe estate IS esiiniuted .us being worlb 1200,000.000. The lleno L in 4r consists of about fiuv iMjrsons, who reside In.Hocues-rrr, Erie, Piusbiirg, Cinulnmiii, St. Louis HOd Ctrtiforiii». It set*ms mat a iiumb.*r of years ago there liv)*d out west one Piiiiip iieiio, Who. lb IS claiiiied, pinubased a v.ist eilute, comprising nearly all tbe ground upon wbicb the pre*<*iit city of Peoria,*111.. with its nearly 30,0)0 inhabitants, now stands. Some time ufvt-r bis deuili it was learned that lie dieil intestine, uad the lute Lewis lleno, of Kochester, who is a neph-sw, bociired sulHcient proufs to euAUlc.bim, os behalf of bis sbarr, to realize several ibousuiid dollars from tne estate. Nexl be nlsoilied some twelve years ago. sinoe when tue niuttur has lioen allowed to rest until MOW. The hairs bava uuiitributoii nmnev suiUuiout to enable a Pittsburg aU tisnev 10 secure a plat and copies of the boundaries ol said property. It is also ieariied that be lias in bis poHsessioo oo|mcs 01 the oriainiil primls under wuicu L'Wis secureil tbe Bulistantliii benelU already r« ferred to. Mr. Quay thinks tliuro will not Im much iliflluutiy lii esiabllsbing tbe truth of iheuluim. MAYOR HEWITT STILL ALIVE. OF A SOCIAL DISPOSITION, ind Has Not Bien Seen Since i Ovt r a Game of Poker. How New Tobk. January 11.—Lloyd II. Oinahum Icit tbs lionse ol Dr. G. S. Little, Duryea street, Brooklyn, where he w«s living with bis mother and bis lour-year-oiddaugbter, on the afternoon of Deoember 4. U« bas not been seen nr bsuAl of since. He was at tbe store of Wood k Selliok, dealers in bakers' and confectioners^ supplies, where be wat tmp!oy«.-d, tbe day before bis disappearaiiee. Hit aec*)UBis «ere not tqusrsd up, but bis motbcr, who is weoJibr, bad goae security for him, and win make fuod any lost which tbe firm may sustain. Mr. IMuebam was twentv-throe jeara old. When be was eighteen yesTi old bo was soerctly married to a scneel girl nf sixteen, and for a year concealed the fscL Wnen hUt moibor dlseotered the aecret, aba look bia young wif« to live wltli her and treated her very kindly until her death a year ago, and at present her aim's liula dHW.'ti|gr IS iimter ibe gr8n>imother*s protection. Heforu Bingham went nway be told tbe IVkctnr that he would not be tmek that night or prnh.iuiy on iHe followiog luuhi. but wptiifl positively return witnw toree day#. .Mra. niitgbam did not kmvn ftf her eñn'e (lisappearance until her ro-tum to Hmcklyn two weeks ago. She ot snev eommuiileNicd with two other ia«e They at «woo Ik-l'sm a eehrcdi for the mlss-hif broib*-r, hut so far bsYnobtnined no ileflnlte clue. On Sunday, however, tbay leirrned that a few nigbta after bis dis Bppearann* he was with other men In saloon ut Hnrlem plsying poker, and ibnt the caiiio broke up la a row, and Ibai a aiiWtttlanenita ultaok was made on their liroiher. ’Iboy were tngagetl yostenlay vYoikliur upibleoiue. Mrs, Biiigiiam also reoelred Informaiion wiilcb led lier to suspect tliut her eon ban b.'An 111 Hiiffalo a low dsva after hIsUisap- fi'Srsnce and tbiit he might bn tbo un nawn man wbo cummlited suiotde by fuiapliif from tlia bridgu a ooitple ot woclta ngo. Mrs. Dingb *in wrote to Ibo police Buthorliies Nt ihc Falls for particiilnrs, and an nnswer was retnriiod fisting that tha niuTt Who witnessed Iho suicido could only describe the man as tall and wearing dark clot baa. Tbe missing roan was of n social di*|*0»ltlon. He bud conshtorable lu mey when lie disappeared. He could bo eually Idenllfled by a piciiirt ol lUc UcmI-dtss nf Liberty In Indmu ink on bis left trm. I— ^ tm FOR eiCHT DOLLARS. New Youk. January 12.—Tho statement that Mayor Al>ruiu S. Hewitt died to-day la untrue. His privato Hecrclaiy, .Mr. Btrry. stilted that be bait just come from Mjvor Jiowlli’a residouce and tbut there was but little changa in bis couditiuii. ‘•The rbeuHiiitlc attack," bo said, **bad not as yet asoijiDid any aerious proportions, uikI llie paiieut wasiioiiig well under tiiu Irealtncui be waa receiving." Tbe slalcniiHJt of ibe ilealli of the .Mavor was oiiUo geiiaraliy b*lieveil, us it cain*.' Ironi a souruu beretolore almost tiuifurutly rettubie. For the past few days rumors hove been ciretilallng to tlic eff-ct Ibat tbe .Mayor's oiaidition was critical, and sddcd to tbi^e wkS one quite fri‘i'lv circulated yesterday lb«t Mr. Ik'Witt was dead. It Is learned, however, that tbe Mayor’s condition is not sn bop«*fnl as his friends «•uid b«vt‘ ttio public Irelievc. Tiie rhen-mitic iiifl imination wnicb coninienced at tbe knee has gradually spread and lias ex-Icsriad to tho slumuob, ami feart are eii-lertainso that if It is nut snesdily otmcked it may reach some vital 01 gan and result in bia sudleii d miso. Tho llninnr of His Dentli Was, However, Gi-neruily Ik-Iieveil. NOT EASILY MISUNDERSTOOD. SkAcklug Muidrr and Atteuiptsd ful* «Ids. Ar.W (iiti.RAMS, January 11—Vafsln llcnne..twaMtv-<nic yeara ol age, kittod a girl named Ginra Cartsr, aigbtnea years old, last Night. Hu bad glveu tbs ftrl money la come to the city from tbs ptrisb of hi. Gbnrlis, thatsbs ml|bi earn sonis. tblsf and help i« defray tbn expsnass st a l<mmii*«d msrrlsKe. Hs bsard that the was not irutt to him. undoains hers ts have a settirin nt. He gavs her tlis altsrnativa ofr< lurnliig in him sight dollsra of tbs money ndvjiioed, or he would taks her life. As she would not return lbs luoney and won'd iiut marry him, hs shot her m me right eye, klliint her liistantiy. snd find two inors slou at her slisrwsrd. He ilien shot biuisetr in lbs beatl, fulling 10 tbs llo'ir, snit wusfuund witb bis bsad lying on Iter bivnnt. llis wounds nre not ssrieiit. A BrMgs I ulls With Trrrilile Rssiilt, A Util an, M|CH>, Junnaty IS.—I'iit iron pa*** : get biilgf NpAunluf lt.itsin Uivei, eiir.t.*' > ing las two pruielpul p'dlioitk of iL" vitt.i¿<i Ilf Htisvlield, t*n m Icssostof ItiL pi irx, r«|| yetterday, inleiiit onlU i; 1 »'i‘ iiiF Iron loconiiiiei uiid itrsw iipun ill ►!ijipiitl«, Wtlli.im -l ark un t I'll.ii|i » wiib N herd «>1 canle,iM,re pic* «».    .1    In    ti,i;    bilctv*.    It    til"II ei III) ire.l I .1,11». W" .    ■■    J*|    «JL ‘I 111 s*nn ,1 M, I I  ..It,    III    II,    ,|. Tbo Lima car abops will rcsnm;. Tbe lltinnia Lfgislaiure pmpo-res a rooii-uiaeut to L •gun. Oorernor Luce, of Mlelilgaa, is tbreat-eaed wUb imncucbment. Tbe Douke fumil/, of Youngatown, O., are auffcrlng from irictilnusis. Ill Nsw Joraey 38,000 children p( aebool ags did not lUteiut scbuol last Year. kcDonnll’s frieiuU buve persuudeil Jnsge 'i'urpie to withdraw from lbs benu* tonal ruoe. Hobert M.Tuylor, Reynoldtylile, Pu„ •hut bis wite fatally und iliien Killed blni. sell. InsNue. The yaluc of tbe bnlllon stolen while being trunsportiel from ¡*«n Angusilne Mine. Arizons, is |2fl.0U0. The mestugu of Governor Iluglies, of Arkniisus. abows tbe 8tuio to bs in a most ptos|*en>us condliidti. Jumos .M. Uu) mur and F. E. Songrave, bsskSiSOf T'»le«li», wf«re nrriSled under uu indictment lor cinbi'zz!em-nu Wtacondn Indians uro said to have lieen •wtadlerl in a Ininliei deal in wbicb I’ost-inuster Uencrul Vilus bus an interest. NsJorJ. I’. .Mellr»th, forniiTlv Gblef «I l*u)ts« at 8t. Tun), luier u Gavernmenl detective, u<nuDiiUi-d suioide ut Ci«velan*l. Ronert A. Hieele, oommtsslon mrrcbsnt, St. I/*nis, WHi shnl und killed by T. ll. Mnratellcr in a quarrel about moiisy mat-ttrt. In tbe Indiana i.egl«Iatiiro u bill was introduood w hich provides lor the appoint ineSi bv tbe UovetTiOr of a Gtvll Hervice iroaiutissloB. 'IVtledo Counoll p issed an ordiunnoo allowing aaloona to keep open on 8undaye alter 1 o’clock if they soil only b«cr und nsUY# wince. Frank Hpraui, tbe brother of Itibart Evas 0(>ruul, who was bsngml at Victoria, II. 0,, fur the murder of bis puriusr lust Reniember, and atlenvurd dls:Hiyt icd to be innoosol» but sued tor |JO,OCO damages Hubert Holscv and Tifiniv K%tl. two la-Imrefs al tbe Aoliir K-llnerv ut Llnis, Onto, wars soeldrntly horrltdy bursed v«*«> ivrdsy by a bucket of burning booiiiie lailllg sn thi-m, Hoisey euu not rsocvar. 't\s VltfiiHa militia were ordered to Newpori Nfwa, Vs., Tnesduy msqtmtoh the riota at tbuf place canted by tbs strik* ing ompioyea ol the Old Doinluion hteuia-ship Gowpanv,ibsy bavlug already btirned down sereral buildings. Further troiibts is Hared. Oenstulilu Kelubsld, rflnilisaapoHa. wss ysstjerduy srrestsd tor tbs murder ol I'lios. LOMsaiigbtuN, woo was killed two wsska Ngo, It waa claimed tbut ailsr the murder R»lnhold throw hla revolver Into a vault, abieb WIN lound ui be true by iliodisouv-eiysf tiis wsMi*on by Dsteotive Grady. A passengor train on tbs Mlssoiiri Ps-nils oxh-Mslon was    wrscKca    sear Dniibar, Nob., Tuesday aight. I*s« wr-ok waa euiiM'.l bv tbo lousenlng ol a rail,dune by pnrtiea iiokarws. Kailneer D>>wm WRt killerl and Meesongsr Fruak Cbtao-wita fatally injured, it was the third at-tonini to w reek a train on w nion iK wltt WMsriinniug tbs engine.    D*wiit wut a siipnortor (rt tut company iu the recent Hrike. ■ ..II    ^    Ml Fatal toaslliig teetdrnl. ( o.SNKItsVILLd,    JuiMlalV    II.— II til. l.ndwtck nml 8.    (.,..,%rk,    while POKiH.viuUTii, O., January 12 —Tbo first m>*eiimr ut ibe Kuigbls oi Labor since tbo hovcoit begun took place luet night. Long before the hour of meeting tbe eldewulks uioiiiid tbo building were crowded by brother and sister liiiigbta eager to get soiits. As it was Known that every memlier would ultenil. Ibis meciing bus been looked for by every cit zjii with sollciiuilon, as tbe welfare of tins liitle citv depeniled partly thereon. Your correspondent bus learned that tbe boycott is iu Ibe bunds of tbe District Assembly wbiob meets at Ghillicoibe to-iliiy; further, ibai they concludeil lust iiiglit that loey bit off more tuan they could chew. Goiis qucnlly Ibe boycott was ordered in roaiity u|»un tbs articles maiiutaotod by tbe Wagon Stock Company and not on individual stockbolders, Wbicb action will rcnfove the same from the Farmers’ Bank, Burgess Steel Works, StunPm & Babnert und Ibe newspapers, li is hoi>ei| tb it tbe District Assembly w ill return witb tidings satisfactory to all, and ring down the cur-iiiin upon ibu ni.'»st Hensalional of I’orts-inoulb’s labor nioveineiiis. SRItlOUS. Hazlkton, Pa , January 12.-Tho Executive I <i)hiniiiee of the ,Miii**rs and L.i-borers, .Sul»divÍMÍ«ii No. 1 of I);»iricl As-sembiv No. 1U5, Knights of Labor, wbicb inoiuiies tbe eiiiirc uiilbraclte coal fl Ids, lielil 11 session there yesterday and resolved to declare a generui strike ui ail tbe employes engaged in tbe niiniug and preuura-lion of coal that goes to Ibu places Hfl'ecteil by the strike cf tlie New Jersey coalbun-dlcM, providing tbe strikers apfwovo of Ibis us being ihe most effective luuiiiier of reniiering uiem assistaiiLv. A telegram an-iiOMiioing the action of the comn.ittee was sunt to the strikers. Master Workman 1*. P'. Hreniisn stated uliurtbe meeting ihit if the uciioii ot the ernnnmceu ts npiiroved by tbe strikers. £Q,i)iJO of .the 100 OX) mine einpluycs in liie ttULbracite uuul ti .-Ids would slop work. Tlic eeseatmu 1)1 work at ibe coliienes would present nuu-uiiinn bands from taking tiie lilace of Ibu strikers, ‘ riie strike, it declared, will utfr-ct the Hcbuylkill, lo*bigb uiMl a great uuriiou of tlie Wyoming re-giuns. BIXXF WflLL WITUDRAW. OSUKOSU, Wu„ January 12.—It was stiiitMi last iiignt by prominuiil inembers ol Ibe Ilev.Geo. Neinzul’s Liilberan Gntircb that about sixiy mvibbers will wiiUdraw on account of Ibc uution of the icvrrend geiiilciuai) tow urda tbe Knights ot Labor. MOT SKTTLKP. GniCAGO, January 12 —Notn libstanding liial tiie leaders of Ibc labor party are worKiiig bard in anticiuaiion of the spring campaign, they flail tuno to talk about a renewal of tue eight hour nniveiiieut wi.icu was brought to so stidileii u Halt by lb * iiiiarcliisiic bomb last May. Tber'elaira lliut the movement instead of having been crushed is HI l onger than evOr, and lh.it it will b.‘ carried to n succi-sstui Issue next May. The 8ocislistic in J *rttv in the Trades Assembly is engaged in a canvass of ail the Unions in iU Jurisdiction to Hscertain the senlinicnis of the workingmen un tbe qiiesiiun, tiiiil the result imis fur, it is ctuiiiied, is all in favor of eight boiirs. BATUHDAY HALF HOLIDAY. New Yukk. January 11 —Noali Davis wb<> ba<* Jost retired from tbo Buorenis Court B^iiCb, presided last evening at Cuoper Uoioii at a inhhs meeting of salesmen and s.ileswoiiieii in f.iV.m of early closing uinI Balurdav lislf bolitlays. Judge Divis said be iboroiighly endorsed tUi* inovenieui. He ibougbt, however, tbni lui* bolidav Mboulii nut be left to Hie oapricsuf «■ro; iuyers, but »bouid be enncPd into law. He also ibougut that wages suuiibl be paid ill tbe raidtlle of tbe wi>«k, wbleti wout.l help to keep tho money out ol tin* saloons. Hu wnubi be glad P> sM In preparing a bill for tb * LuL’islature embodying ibesu regu* latiuur. Judge Davis introduced n« iiry Georgs os one wbo •■nearly fngbteiied Ibe politlcisus in death last fall." Mr. tii-iirge was received with entbUHlHSin. ‘•rureo ebecrs for Dr. M jGlynn" were uallcd lor, too. and were given with a will. Mr. ()e<»rgn apoku lor only ii minute or two. •4 am in fntor of tbe Biiurday half bolid.iv,’’be ssM, '•aiul Would be In favor of a whole Batur-day bolidav. Iu these iinys of Isbor suv-iiig machines workingra-n ought to bavu more aulldays tbun ibuy b.id in old days. Wages should l«« a good deal larger. Mitch of tbe dcijradathui of workiagiuun Is auc to |)Oor wag**».’’ WIIATMICHAKL DAVfrr TlII.VKSOr Ff. ( UICAGU, J.iuuary ll.-Mr. Michael DjViU waa usked last evening for bis opinion of the iinic)>* recently published Ov Henry Gearge on F.iUier McGlynn. Mr, .McDuviit said be considereii it a vsrv un-J'i»t,utiwi«u iiiitl foolisu article. •‘And,’’ Ue miid, * I shall itfll Mr. George so on iiiv Ml rival III New York. Mr. Uuorgu has iii-Juriul bis ctiaiice and imist eerlaiiily bus not bi'ii. li'.ted Ibnt 01 ,Mr. .iloGlviiii. 1 vuit-liirs to say that in dii* tune Mr. Mi’Glvnn will oiiuy Ibu Nummoiis, go to Itomu und return with malicru amicably aeiilvd." and family passed turougb this city last evening on tbu way to the new beadqunr-tiTu at Loa Angeles. General Miles looks tor u speedy solution of tbe Indian problem in tbe plan of granting them lands iu sevcialtv, and thinks tbut pluoiug ilium in lorniUsB liTKl    V»i:4-tO    5-VV-Vt;-.4tSOÍ-»ÍT!' iz>* lb* m. Tbut system, wblob bo says be has udvocuted for the past lilieeii years, will do away with tbe agencies. To íiouid them at bigb-uncc hotels, be says, would be cheaper iban tbe present and past systems ol supplies. A PAIR OF WAR RELICS. General Pleusunton, However, iiounces Tiiem Forgeries. Pro- Wasiiington, Januory 13.—Genenal i’leusuntoti Was shown last night these two relics of tbu war, which were dug out of the War Department archives by Colonel J. B. Mosby, formerly of tbe Gonlederule cavalry, woo is gatberiag material lor a book of reminiscences: HkadquautrksCavalry < okps. Juii*-12. 1803. General R. Invalls, Chief Qunrtannuster; Your Oispuicli rec**ived. Ask tbo General bow much of a bribe'bc can stand to eel .Mosby’s services. There is a chance f>ir him, und just now ho could do valuable borvice IU tbe way of inlorinalion as well us buinbiigging the eneinv. Tlieru is no ne*vs. Tne ret>cls are like tbut bov tbe I’rosnlent tells about, who sltimiied bis toe ui»d was loo big to crv. Uiruev ia up. A. I’LEASAMO.V, Brigadier Guneral. Tbn fo'lowiitg is tue replv: Hradí^uartrus Akmy op Potomac June 12, 1863. General Ple.Tsanton: If you think your scheme can succeed in regard to .Mosbv, do not besiialc as lo the matter of money. Use your own judgment and do i>rccisely wnat von liiink b"St fur the public interest. IIUFU» Ingai.ls, Bi igadier General. General Pleasanton said tbut be bad no recollection of the matter. He cbnructor ized the leilcrs as forgeries. Tbe General )s charged with having s.dil, after reading tbe report, that tbo only tbing bo was ever willing to have given Mosby was a biilier. (ieiterai Van Viiet, Who was on tbe stufl of General Biiernisn, says that be remembers having beurii Hie matter lalked nf. Tbe duU) of ilie letters June 12 was three days after PleHSSiilnn’s cavalry fight with Biuurt St Brady’s Bialion. On June 9 of tliul year Hooker’s arinv w as uu tbu north bunk of ttm Ilappanaiiiiock. Lee was ibeit nioviiig towards Peuiibylvaiiiu, eonlroiiting him alGulpepiwr. Mo»by was o|>eraling in luu rear ui Hooker’s annv aiiaukiiig his lino of commuBiuatious willr Washington. Two days lieloru Ibis be crossed into Maryland and routed a cuv airy CMiiip at Beaécii. .Mosby was at luai tiuio ut Ibe beigbl of bis military success. INEVITABLE. Bwiiifnrd, of Alaska, urriyed here yesterday. Ue told a reporter that tbe white pnpulatioa of Alaska bos more than doubled ill eighteen months. He will visit Washington liefore bis return and urge upon Goiigrcss tbe ueqgssity of taking (be de'.Uaoauaj. otUUaska. .. .. HANDS AND INTELLECT. BOTH BELVG TKAINED AT TUE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. SENT HER SON TO PRISON. Tonnjc Al»n’s Career of Crime Finally Broken. Cockn*-)’8 ill Plenty Who Think War la Hound to Come. London, January 1.3.—Prince Bismarck’s speech Tuesday bus bud a sort ot benumbing effect iu Luudoii. People do not know wbut to say. They feel that they oiiec more stand in the awful presence nt a great war, and that tbev now almost bear the tread of milliuus of armed mvUi and the roar of countless cannon. Tbe newspapers bore buys been disclosing tbe probabilities of war ttverv day for tbs past six mouths, rue words of tbe great Cbunoellor, bow-eyer, come like tbs premonitory sounds of aioriii. There is a general iiu|>re9iion Uere that be is in earnest utid lueuuv all Ue says and a good deal more. I liave talked to u iiuiiiper of intelligent Grnnuii reaideulsof London, and they b».*-icvo lUat war between France and Gei-maiiv can not be iiHerr**d luucn lunger iiu-le»a Fraiiuc siioiiid uiJ.’Oliy retrsut from Her prtseiit otrmsivc position. Tiiey sav Ibnt this is the Geituau Empet or’s iiinetisiii vuar, and itiat neituer he ••or Priucs Bismarck nor Field Msrsbal Yon Mvitke can boive to live muob iou.'tfr. But tbev wsiit Pi see the bisiortc quarvel between Prunes mill Qerinanv srtiisd while lb*.>y arc niivo and while they thnnseives out, arrange Ibc terms ol the peace wliicb llisy lioue to see billow. There was but Cue upinlou among the members of the BiocR KxcUangs and busiucss men generally yesterday, namely, mat war is iii-evilnbls and that me spseoii Of Prinee Ulstaaruk bad done much to precipitate It. I'iie rimes Mini those ultra-I'orv |iw|iers wtnou bare be*‘ii screuinlng nut for Ihe siit-VMlion ol BulgurlM und for Priitee Alexander of BatieiiiK-rg, are iniioti uiwet over what iheGuaiioelior said on the Bulgsrian question, and they are by no mema Uylsit III tbeir prUiaeof bis apoi>i‘b, all Mümltiiiig, howuvcr, that it most seri<>ua erislv is dost at nuiiil wbicb be approaches like a giunt, and ibai be Is yet master of Kurope. Not-wimatuiiJing the death of Lord liidtsleiiii )tsitriluy Mlleiiiooii Uisniuiuk’a si^cech la i ver> Where the ciilef and aliuuat sole topic of cuiiVtrsatiuu. THE GYPSY QUEEN. Her I (M onailoa to Take Place at Day ton 111 a Frw Duys. ‘‘RATHER BURN THAN JUMP." An triil Man Perlstiis lit a DianKirous I- ire at Portsmouth. Evanhvillr, Ind., January 13 —The posilluii ol Qtiesu of tbe Gypsiea In tho UnitiHl Biatos, made Vacant by lbs deaili ol Mra. Kinnia Biunluy, wblob oeourretl near Jackson, Miss,, on iX'Ocnihor 3.) last has beoH II led bv the np|»oiutiui*iil of Miss Lucy .‘•taiilvy, iislor ol tiie dead Q>i<>eii wIm livce hImuU two miles w«-sl u( this city, wbero elt«< ow ns valuable proiM>rty Mise Biiiiilev Ims goiie in Huytoii, Ohio, to Nitend tbo liiiicrsl ot (be deceum'il Q osn after whidi certMiioiiy Ibe coraaatlon of (In new Q locn will tako Haue, Mis* Mhiiley will remala St (lint pbm* uiKlI Ibe return n| (be diflfbrint butuls (but sr« now ill iiic Boma, wIp ii u grand Jutuiue will take (daoe. Alter tiiese otreiuuiiies, wbioN will coutinue ler four days, buve bfSN brnugiit to lui end atiil Iter ordi-rs Issued, wiiioii will govurn (lie aotion of (bis nr«Ua(ory (wopte for a year. Mis* flttinier will rsiurn (o tbU olty. Tb** nsw Q ison is but niiiutren tsars d sgr, pr<‘po«*i*<»»iiig lu sppearaiioe, (silly eduoaled, ami isa ta* vuriu nut only witb her own iieaiiie, but witb ill who linow bar. Bbs will Issue her mandaiui from this iMimt, but will lr.id (be annual lulgraiiort of her ptoplo to tlia Hoiiiii, wblcb ooiumaiifies early in N >• vemlier nexl. trhe riws the Nulllattr NoOALM. A, T.,Janitsry ll.—VV. Miller, ol (hs fimof Miller* IKordaa, owners el tbe Ban Augustin Mine near Urea, M»«xic.r, is in Ibis cit) trying (n gut s iiiia Iraca of four burs ol gold and silver bullluii s'o u Irani (b in wblla hi tran«U lo the mmt al ii *tni»-ilio. 'I'lte bulll'tii la valiieu iii Ibt) biuft in In ill -v rlatiti to Q".i*lli»y, last niabi, collided wlin n bob-' <1",' *). Tito m>-n wbo bnd ...... l’OKrsMouTii, ü, January 12.—At ofoluok Ibis iiinraliig fire was discoverou in U tun ug’s sulouti, mt Court airccl. M'beii the depurtmeiit urrlVfMt It was ulainly aoeu ibat liis entire block would go. Three alarms wsro soituded, ealting every com piity. Willie’s joweiry store, I-orberg’s invrcbuiit tailor slore, uo«l Misv McCloud's r«*ataurunt ware qiilokl.v devtroved. Wfiiletbtt fl<iiiie« were doing Ibis de suuclivo-work a figure was sven in tbe •euoiid story Iruiit room nf 11 inning’s saloon. It proved lo bs 'Tboimia Mnrpby, rtgeil sixty, a ootirdtr, ball dasod. Hs aii-swervil (be orles of )iimp with, *‘1 wuuki rutlicr burn (ban jiiiiip,’’ Hisclinrred re mams ncrs taken uui shortly alisrwurd Lass tiff,000, liisiirancii nbont fff.OOO. HARVARD'S OLDBST ORAUgATB. i;v ci*'d. I IU') oiiii¿ III'h 'I' Dl. ‘s ' aldilii lle|"i .»• .irp iH' r %1 MU"»’ Nulolt.m I'fublriii. CUit'AUU. J UlUat'V IJ.'’ I!-ara! Mllii» DsMlh nf lbs Fatbsr sf John T. Ferry KxtiTBit, N. II., Juhusrv 11.—Dr. Win Perry, tbe olde*t person In Kxvltr, snd (he oldest griiduMlt of iUrvurd Colioge, died tliU inortilnr, agwl ninsty-sight yoars. Ho w HS ths sole survivor nf ibo iiusseugera ol FmIioii's tlrst Hieamiioat nos down ibs UudS'in river seyeutymlbs ytnrs ago, )I wu* iKun III Norton, Mnss,, In 1798, und waa a niumber Of iho olsss sf 1611 In Harvard. I be only surviving mrmbsr of (bat class is William K. Bovrr, 01 Plvmoulb, Alass. Dr. Perrv wasons of the mast suoefssful ami skillful pliyslolans of bis day lo Nsw llampsbire, with h speoial kuowisdgH ol hissniiv. Hs wss grumllaiher of Barnb Uriie Jcwrti, (he auliiuress. Hs loaves iwo foiia, one of w hmn Is a praoiioing pby slolah here, and ihi other, Jabii T, Perry, until within a few years cotiiiectsd wllb the CInolniiaii G'letts, who Is now on gaged la liiorsrv piirsiills. logeisall llerlliiss Ihs llunnr, AiUtliK. • I I' g-rso.l baa decliiud the I'residuiicy of tbs luhitwn Club, bolding lliiit oibcrs who navs been m' ln’MUi buigai (ban bo ars bvlter ciilliled to ti; Imitar than be. New Yob*. January 18.—Wm. WcUraib WU9 arraigned at Jefferaon Maiket Court bv Detective Price yesterday charged witb cominilling a number ol night bnrglarica m Captain Williana-’. preoincl since May lusL Go June 20, 1886, J. A. Bluxoiu's bouse. West Twentv-firsl «ireet,was broken open by tbieves,wbo stole Mr.Bluxom’sguld wstob and pooketbook, in wbicb was $12. He reported the robiiery to Captain Williams. Airs. I'iliie Tillottson, an artist wbo occupies tbe aeeond floor of tbe Bristol Flute, 69 Sixth avooue. reported on tbe same day that she hud been robbed of jewelry and money. Urs.TllAotisoii aaiU sue wus awakened by tlie noise the thief made nml recognized bim as Frank Tuylor. a young man whose mother, a dreasmuker, lived in tho first fl It. Tbe next day Taylor waa arrested In Macy’s store, where he bad charge of (lie soda water fountain. The next day he was ucquiiied for want of evidence. Detective Price reci»ived a note one dav last week asking him to cull on Mrs. Mury MiUralb, East Forty-iiiiilb street. He went there on S.itiirday. Mrs. McGrath, a delicate woman of sixty years, bud oeeii ooHfiiied to her-room for tbe past twenty years b) an iiijiirv to her kiieo cup. ‘4 sent for you," she said, ••and I’ll give roll all the inlormation voii want, nltbotigb the thief you are looking for is my son. 1 have tried tor yours to reform bim, but the only thanks be gave me was abuse und ilircuts to kill mu if I ever informed on him.” Mrs. McGrath gars Price a list of some of her son's crimes. She said be whs iliirly.tbiee years of age, and bas been known us Wm. Leonard and Wm. Huffman when arrested for bis crimes. He bus bjen In Bing Bing several limes. "He has bean brutal to me," said the mother, "and often threatened to kill me If 1 told of bis evililoings, I think it is time (but be slioiild be put where be can't oora-mii any crimes fur a long time, although God knows it’s bard on a mother to be tbe means of sending her son to prison." 3irs. McGrath told Price tbnt bnr sou bud told her witb wbut ease be lind robl)ed Mrs. Tiilottson’s flii. McGrath sbowetl Ills motbei and Kuiioe, who wus an uceoinpliee of his, a cameo pin and a yurse iu which was $10. which he said be bad stolen from .Mrs. Tiilottson’s rooms. "When 1 went tin Into Ulux»in’s room," be uddcif, "the old iiloke was spiind nslecu. 1 had a sHingshot in my pocket, and if lio bad stirred 1 would bavu killed him. And now old woman." bu added, turning toliis moihei, ••if you ever breaibe any of tuis to a living soul I’ll kill voii." Price went to Forty-third avenue, where .McGrntb lias been living for several weeks with H young woman, on Tuesday and ur-rcsted him. Price put tbe baiuU-ufls on him before ue n<id a ch incc to show fi.'hi, und loiind tlie sinngsbot in tno bureau drawer. Collared again," said McOrulb, as be was tmi'cbed to I lie station. In bm i»ock-eta was found $10) and a dog*n old coins. Iiisticc Murray remandt'd him till HunUay morning for exuralnutioii. A SOFT SNAP. UianesotH Hhs a 8tat« OIKre Worth Half As Murh as the Protidency. Bt. Paml, Minn., Janunrv 13.—Tbe offi-ocr having tbe unique litio ui Oil Inspector of .Minnesota, mads bis report for ibc two years of bis incumoencv, Monday, and set all classes of people to talking, by tbe tooting, wbicb showed that bo bad folleeted.in fees, the appulUng sum of $14,600, but a trifle of w bleb went for clerk hire. Last ear, it is asserted, be pocketed almost $20,000 alter deduetingull lbs expenses of (be I'flico. In nil of ibis* time but one butoh of oil, 123 b«rrels, was condemned, and ret for lliis li« receiv»al Hiiuunlly nl-moai bull as muob as tbe Piesbient ol tue U.iileU Bialea. People became quite excited over Hie report, and bHU»d«'S*io Boards of Trade passed ie*ohMioos de-mnndlipg tbut tbe « fli ie be abollahud. Gov-ernor McUill has not vet appniuled any-iKHly to tbe office, and resurtlay members of both Houses ol the LegUlutur* tutro-duood bills P» ulx^lisb Ibe office. MAKES CRIMINALS CHUCKLE. A Decision of^Mnch Interest to Bud Men Everywhere. Chicago, January 11.—Frank U. Nagle, utias Hurry ti. Drummond, alole about $006 worth of diamonds tr<«m Mrs. Lawrcnco with whom be boarded some months ago. He waa arrested in New Jersey and broucbt back. Hit coansel secured bia release, yesierd ty on a wr»t of habeas cor-pu« on a point of law as novel ui it wus i‘ir..‘clivf. Nusle bsd waived examiiiHllon bciore a Justice and bad been uuiiiiiiiued wiibont liirlher parley. His counsul In-•laied that the JilsHue had cxnmled bis powers by inaking the conimiiinent wiiu-uut nearing the evidoiioe ol tbe Biute und .liidge Aitgeldt siiatsineil tbe |niint. .As Ibe Blat", tuKeii wholly unawurtfs, b.nl no «■vineiioe at band yisurduy the Court ruletl I bat be hud no power In hold him, and ordered bis disobarge. Tliia ruling Is new und will be of fur-rcacblng eunsoqueuoot in orimtnal pruotine. ,    JuVHIIllU. •‘Are you asleep, HobbyÍ" "Why, inaf' "Bscause it’s time to take your medicine"rbeii I’m aeleep," Bunduy School Toacbn'—••Now, ebildren, wbut bspiienod on c briaimus; oau’t you retnt mlHrrF' Wee Bobolar (in great oe* llglll>—SMOWcd." Hsairiee, a lloeton four year old, wus luitcbing In oompuny with her mamma tun Other day, wbi>n a gentleman aairi, to lease her litllo ladyalilp, ••! know whnt you would like." "Wbnt la Ibair* "Oli, you’d Ilka a little broiber." "No, 1 shculdu’t 1 deieet men." A chunk of a boy asked Ticket Seller Ayori, of tl>>s(oii, fora balMaro ticket to Liiesbire Ibe other day, "How old are you F’ asketl ike ticket eelter. "Tea yoers old," laid tbe boy. "Wbeu woru you bnrnf’ nskMl Mr. Ayrea, •«Tea years ago." eald tbe young Yankee. Ue got ble baU.farc ticket. A littio boy belonging te tbu Cblldroii’s Mieslonsry Bocieiy In Nortbflold, Maes., and wbo bas lt*arncU tbe blessedoeee of giving, remurkcd to a oomradet "Belore 1 went to those meetings 1 was a siltigy, mean sort ef a fellow, but new I tbiuk Í am coming oQtall rl-.nit" ThsPlncc For Boya- lUally Practical Kd-aoatlon—Hnw tho Work Is Done—High School Teachers Soy Their Pupils Cau’t Serve Two Masters. Cincinnati, January 12. "Jt ts no lunger arras viruinquo cano, but tools and tbe man I sing," says Carlyle. "Man is a tool using animal." And oiH> can easily coiiciudo that ibe great philosopher bud A Iflvel nesd, if a ¡«eeo'ls Uken into Qte workshop of tbo Technical Bobool o( Ciiictnuuti. "I’bis is quite a scene of activity, Mr. Caroihors," remarked the ITmks Stab to tbe Siiperiuteudent, as tue scribe entered the old art rooms in Music Hull Building. ••How many pupils have you at work now F’ "Just ten; we bad twenir-four, but many of them wore High School pupiH, who became so roucn interested iu tbeir work with us that tneir teachers oijioted, and so they left us. But 1 cousldcr wo are doing vtM-y wcil." ••From what class of familiosdo your pupils comeF’ “Well, yonder boy is the ton of a lawyer; there is unotiicr wbose fattier is a dentist— one of the most prominent dentists of tiin-ciiinntl. Here is u boy wboS3 father is a ductor. We have tbe law, medicine, business and luruiing represented here In tbe sons." •‘And wbat are these lioys lourningF’ “tiarneniry for the present, nml tbo right use 01 tools. Tbut ia fundamental to all manual training." In tbe shop tiio boys were hard at work planing. 8<piaring. sawing and measuring. Each one bud bis large liencli, witb vises at one end, and u ruck for Uis tools in tbu center. The tools are ull of tbu lau st patents. and it certainly sceined u pleasure to tbe boys to handle them. There was n place, too. lor everytliing, and everytbing Whs iu Its place. As tbe scribe walked around with tbo Buperiuteiulent. Mr. Oarothers picked up u block wbicb a boy hud )ust been idaning. "You must get one side true first," be remarked, "and then you cun rigbi-ungle ail the other sides by that. Now look here." und be placed tbo iron square across one of tbe surfaces of the blcok; "you can sesdayllgUt beneath tbut. You are hollowing Ibis side out in tbe middle. Now plane your tdges down oarefuliy und you will get it perfect.'’ Tbe boy fuituweil bis teuolier’s instruction witb entire success. It wns easy to discover tbut some boys nave mors ulent for such work iliun others nave, unit there were fust workers and slow workers. "IV but is tbe daily progrnmoie ol work in the suboo', Mr. (jutothers?’’ "I'he school time ot tbe students is equally divided between mental and manual exercises, from 9 a. m. to 3:30 p. ro. Each student bus three recitations—one hour of drawing uml two hours of sbup practice each daV.” Tbe course of study in the Technical Bcljoul covers lour years and embraces pure inuthemutics, science und apidied raatbe-nuitics liko physical gco<.:ra|)hy, uoLtny, chemistry und book keeping, insiruclioii in tunguage and liloriiture, a course in pen-nianship, freehand drawing und mecbaul-cul tirawing, u course of car|>er.lrv, wood carving and turning, pattern making, torg-ing, brnziug, soldering and bench and mu-cbiiie work in iron. I bavt) no uoubt we will build up a great school liere," said tbe Buperiiitend-euL ‘'Tbe re»ulls (bus far are quite satis-factory." Títere could be no doubt but tbe boys were enjoying their work immeuseiy. NOTES AND ITCMSi Doiihl«d In Figlilt "II Mniillis. 81 I'AiL, MINN., .tuiiuar) 18,-UevcfUor A (ircMi Offer. No matUr in wbat patt you live, you ban iHittor wrlta to llullbit A Co., rorilauti, Maine, without ilelajr; they will aond you fréo1ín?üimiiiii»a ubout'^rrííJrti VAí caít' do and Itv ■ Ml boitp*, nt a prpfliol Irom in $2fl and iipwnrds d illy, A number buve csriird over $3») in n d ly, lloih r'X *h. All Hg«‘S. You art* staried In biuhicka fii»v, t'apliBi not needed. E*'ry w.ik*»r who lukca bold at i>nc< is Hbs^dniely aurc ol u *|ueiuio owns it now, suug little lurluiio. N ».y is the Hina,    ■    “•”"    •“    ......... Tbe clsims against the fugitive defaulter, George M. Burtbolomew, aggregate $1,323.065 m Twelve ouriouda of poplar blooxe are shipped from Fredorio, Micb., every week, to l>e manuiuotured into paper at Niagara Fulls. It ia estimated that over 1,809 loeumo-lives were built in tbe Uaiied Btatee during tbe past year. They cost about $16,000,000. Tbe Moditerraueau ia quite shallow. A drying up of 660 feet would leave Ibree dUTcrent seat, und Africa would be J iined wiib Italy. Georgia claims to bare discovered, at Milledgeville, a young man wbo can do all tbe feois leoently |>erformed in Boston by Mind Ueader Biabop. Home pews in Trinity Church, Boston, fetch $1800 and $2,600 a year, while the first choice in I'iymoutb tiburcb brought naly $760 at Ihe lust eale. I’rufesaor John (L Froetor, tbe Kentucky geologist, auya there is enuiigb goed iron near Kowline Green, in that Biute, to sup-|dy fifty fiirnacea fur 200 years. A visit to the sewers of Paris was a fea. lure of u prres festival recently held In ihatciiy. Five hundred {«ersous availed themselves of the singular programme. There nre8,000 indigent etddieni and sail, ors wbo do not receive pensions wbo ore tiippcrit'd in iilmsbuuses uod other public churitublolnslituriousof tbe United Siiitea. Andrew G. Curtin, Pennsylvania’e War Guvcrnor, says be punloned 125 men out oi fail In bis term, all ol whom snlieted under Farragut aiio non* of whom survived tbe war. $1 re, Boulanger, of Branch (jouaty, Mleli., gnve btrtb 10 twine two years ago. A year later she gave birtb to triplets. List CUrUimas site added luur more little Boulangers to tbe fHiully. A great display la to be made at the In-aiiguraitoN of Governor-eleot Hearer, of Pennsylvania. Tbe entire NaUunal Guard ll to bs invited to attend, with free trnneper tatlon provided by tbe railroads. Georg" Ilolofson, onoo a pMsporous roer-ohant of Cliloiigo, bnd iMth hie feet froaeu wblleeleettlnf ill a cold room in a bouse iienr tbnt city, tbougb his body was oov. ercd with two eomfortablee and n buffalo mht. Utsetnteil Ibat Ihe coutrihiiitous ef J. A. B Hiwiok, the Proeldfnt of the New York A New England Koad, to Baptlat ohsriiioe el varbuia kimte and. to Ike eiip-purt of the bNptUt Church, amunnt to 1100,600 annually. Ainons Ibe many beautiful pretcnta given to young mirriefl eouplte lo Louie-vlllo the past week wai o door plate witb Hie name of the groom engraved upon It. Fortunately the groom U able to build him. self a bouse lo match tbe plato. A baby Jresoed lo expenoivo and oiegant olutbing was found the oiber day In o oitow busk beeldo tbe Chicago * Kurtliwestern Knilway track near Milwaukee. It bad evidently tHren thrown Irom the window of 0 pnselag Uulo. Wbeu lound It was com-fortiibl) sucking Its Oet. E«*Scnaior llearst, of ('aillornia, owns o iin'< riinpti oMi^OOO acres at bun Bimeon. It (ui IIP i*ly betmTgJTio the grcitt Mcxic.ui (.astro riiullv, bul tbe hcnutoi Imtued the CiiSii'oa    on Hic proporlv at tbo mersty noiitiiiai lale of tlvu per cent a inoiilh, It IS kiud, iiud u« u natural uunsi** rue I'inii ia vaturd til ti.H) uu uci'u al tbo orusviit ituic. SCROFULA Hnmors, Erysipelas, Canker, and Catarrn, Can be cured by purifying the blood with I do not believe that Ayer’s Sarsaparilla has an equal aa a cure for ScrofulouB llu--AB«SÍU.Jl.,Í5l to take, gives strcugui to tbo body, and produces a more permanent result than onv medicine I ever useil, -E. Haines, NortB' Lindale, Ohio. I have nsed Aj’er’o Sarsaparilla, in my family, for Scrofula, end know, if it is taken faithfully It will tlioroughlr eradicate this terrible disiiuse. -\V. F. Fowler,M.D.. Greenville, Tcnn. For forty years I have .sufTered with Erysipelas. I have tried various remedies for my complaint, but found no relief until 1 commenced using Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. After taking ten bottles of this medicine 1 am completely cured. — M. C. Amesbury Rockport, Me. I have suffered, for years, from Catarrh, which was so severe that it destroyed my appetite and weak-cneil my system. After trying other remedies, without relief. I b<*gaii to take Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, and, in a few luontiis, was cured. — Susan L. Cook, DÜÍI Albany St., Boston, Mass. Ayer’s Sarsaparillj* is 8iii>erior to anv blood purifier that 1 ever tried. I havo taken it for Scrofula, Oankor, and Salt-Rheum, and received much benefit from it. It is good, also, for a weak 8toma*-!i. — JlilHe Jane Peirce, S. Bradford, Mass. tl Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, Preparod by Dr. J. C. Ayer ft C!o., Lowell, Hmo. Frieafll; six bottlea, «5. PICKED PERSONALS. Edwin Booth remains ttiia week in Phil-adelpbia. Ellen Terry has recovered and is again playing in London. Coionci Rol»ert lugersoll’s bair, wbat bo has, 19 white ut snow, Mnio. Gersler U living In Paris for tbo present in strict rotirement. Aeob Pacha Is the first Christian to become Minister of Finance (o tbe Sultan. Edward Everett Uule ia said to be a dK ^,•01 descendant of Sir John Hawkins, tbo first slaye trader. John Uuskin, it is generally believed, naa been converted to the Oatbolio fuitli by Cardinal Msnuing. Sieiuliz, tbe cbtos champion, is making arrangements for a world’s tournament to ba played in New York wiibin a lew months. M. Renan will abortiy visit H^y, and great prepuratioas aro being madj to receive bim la Milaa by tbe literary end soicntifio aocietiea. The UüV. Joseph Freeman, D.D., who lo m ore than eiebty-fsur yeart old, bsa o» gared to presell fer a year to tbe Bspiioc Cbtircb in Colchester. It is said that at the last Gladstone birthday ball Miaa Ileiea Oiadatono dunoed with ber father’s coacbman. Alfred de RotbsvhilJ baa glyen eaob member of the Paris police force one brier-wood pipe and a paokuge o( lobaooo, and presenta ol toys to all tneir ebildren. At Kicbmond, Vu., tne othei day W. L. Royals, a lineal descendant ot Chief Justice Marskall, and Miaa Judith Page Aylett, 0 deaoemlMit of Patrick Ueory, were married. Governor Curtin, of Punnavlvania, wIN retire from Congreso at tbe close of tbio session, and alter that will devote biinself (0 preparing dau (er n war history of Peansylvsnra. Sir Richard Arkwright, inventor of the spinning Jenny, and inuoder of tbs grsaff cottoa iadustriee ol England, never aaw tbe Inside ol a school bouse until after bs was twsutjr years ol ags. In examining Senator Logan’s papers John A. Logau, Jr., reoentiy disonvered a myetcrlous nacket, wbicb, on iuvostiga-lioD, provsd It bs a plan fur a biiihiing at tTsabington to te used ao a aebool for tfeo-eduoation of the soun of veterans. CURT COMMENT. Bouma, like balloons, are dlffloiilt to aioor.—[New York Tribune. Congreso should kiok the 3tormon women and tbelr lawyers out of tbe lohl>y ami pass the antJ-pulygumy bill ut unco.—[Cblcags Journal. Tbe law can cot make a man raorni, but it can make him dmadfiilty iincoinfortablo when be is immoral.—{Coitiint)U8(Ga.) Ea-quIrer-Bun, A fres Vote and a lair count, and not a «rulHl editoKs "tnlkon," nbail te ibe a» ooptt>d sign of tba eonversinn of ibo BynUi to right ways of thinking and aeling.-fClsvelaad Leader. Si. Jaokson’a day dnos not seem tn havo oevstoped anything very new or aiiirtling in Dsmoeratio eireleo. I'eesibiy (be ptllt* leal s.)ro al Washington has froi.'n up tte party’s talLusiasm. — [I'unsdolphia Inquirer. Iheofliuiaier^in »f tne lltiaalsn Furelgn offlflO ricntea Hm atorteo of Uts Cxai’s Intox-iostJun. Hut aa iffis ia one of the dniies ol tte Coal’s Mowspupers, tbn storlns ean b irdly te eonatdercd na settliMl.—{('nioago Times.    • IMrfluhiRloai Htorltm. Tho Briatoi (Vt.) Cnui ier tells o| a man who was ooafroated by a irsat fl mk oi Eng. Ii«b sparrowa that flew out of a mdlat field ami perched upon Ibo leL'gripb wires. Tuo spnrttraaa fired •‘and th < bull from (bn riflo su-uok a wim, wlmu It falily ruinad sparrows. He bad no dog ki asaiaf in kajrglttg tho otunned birds, but sucoseded In piling lip 218." Grocoryaan Prtnglo, ol Tbomaivtllt, Gs., kecpo llvo fowlo lying on tbo eidr. walk id front of bis oiuiv, w lUi tlu ir legs iUd together. The oibur day a hlg turkey lopuTtTpWuYirnrrTWnrraiaüt Mútoa* IMS ‘ •Ircct ami through one of tbo piaie.Hitsi Windows ol (liQ .Mllolioll House. \ foe d OS uMer thut a turkey ben, umb'r ths «.iiiii' otrcninstiinocs, went tliiuiiuii iho oil)"!'wintloiv. it Cult .^lr• Ptlngbi $73 to tv(>air dimsgos.

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