XEWS OF THE DAY.
f iterprtalna rapem. !
. f the daily papers, Rays the
Da.:; : . iu'ft letter from Ireland,
roiui a-.n tiiut Cork has but two of
theni, au I tlmy are not extensive affairs.
I hnv I hu over here tight months, but
I hat i:ot yet succeeded in taking" into
rny bniins the daily paper system of
Britain. Let me tell you an incident.
Between Manchester and Derby is alittle
village which was recently the scene of
a shocking affair. A young man, a
manufacturer in Yorkshire, went there
for a few weeks of recreation and rest.
But he went too late. The demands of
business -had made too great a pressure
upon his brain. The haste to get , rich
had not been proportionate with jthe j of Arequipa but were defeated...... l lie bin
ranaritv of his constitution.! lie lost the ! to amend the laws relating to the port of New
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balance of his head, and one day he
... a a m 1 " 1 ' !-
cast himself before one oi me -cngiisii i
Interesting Item from Home and
The Secretary of State of Louisiana has been
equired to furnish the Congressional commit -toe
now in New Orleans the papers that were
before the retiming beard A fire broke
out in the Navy department at Washington and
flamat'! the umier part of the buildiuer. iMahy
of the officiarrecordsi were destroyed orJbaaJy"
injured; ,A revolution broke out recently
i ui'La Taz, Bolivia, when the troops got drunk
! and went through the streets shooting dawn
citizens and creating great disorder .The
i ilcEnery party in Louisiana have again pro-
pced to s'abmit the election of 1872 to the
! arbitration of the committee ..The insur-
S gents in Teru attempted to capture the city
the males Mark McGowan and Robert
Dougherty were instantly killed by the prema
ture explosion of a blast cn the line of the
Gouldburn railroad, Canada The Judiciary
committee of. the Maine Legislature ended
their hearing on the Capital punishment ques
tion, and report in favor of a bill making the
punishment imprisonment for life for all crimes
wherein the death penalty is now imposed. ....
The excitement in New Brunswick over the
educational question ia so great that troops
have been called out to quell disturbances
I Mrs. Emerson, a widow, while attempting to
get on the cars while in motion, at Concord,
j N. H., was ran over and killed The amount
I of specie taken to Europe by steamers from
I th T'nited States ia smaller than usual at this
I'XITED STATES COXGItESS.
express trains, the swiftest traveling in
the world, and in an instant was a dread
fully mangled corpse. Manchester,
thirty miles away, has several daily
ptipers, but not one of them contained a
word of the affair. Only one daily paper
heard of it, and that was published in!
the city of his residence. An account
apiared in a Derby paper, a weekly
edition, but Derby is so small that it
cannot afford to have a daily paper. It
has only 40,000 inhabitants.
York passed to a third reading in the New York
State Senate ...... Gov. Bedle, of New Jersey,
; nominated Mr. Manning M. Knapp, of Bergen
county, as his own succeBeor on the Supreme
! Court bench. .... .The repeal of the" Facific
Mail Company's subsidy was agreed to in the
United Statea I louse ..... It - is rumored in
Montreal that Lord DulTerin will resign as
Governor-General of Canada, and be appointed
Viceroy of India . . An Italian named An
tonio Yacaro wan found dead in his doorway in
Vicksburg, having been murdered for money.
The deceased is supposed to have had 3,000ou
. leaves for Iteddlnn.
.D. A. Bulkley, of Stone Hill Farm,
WilliAmstown, Mass., writes' as follows:
I wish to tell the Farmers' Club how I
savo the leaves and the use I make of
them, as I consider them a great bless
ing to any one who has animals to bed
or land to enrichi After the leaves fall
from the trees, and are blown into heaps j
by the side of fences and in tho hollows,
the ruins and sometimes light snows set
tle them, and when they freeze together,
so that they can be taken upj with a fork,
it is but little work to gather them, as
you can get a load of them about as
soon as a load of hay. I have a . largo
upaeo between my stables, .under my
bam, where I store them, and they are
always ready for bedding for horses and
cattle, and are much better for that pur
pose than straw, for two reasons. They
lire easier to pitch with the munuro than
long straw, und then they absorb all the
liquid. I also cover my barn and poul
try vjihIh with these loaves, atyd when I
take up the manure- from tho yirds I use
a tihovel and get up all tho leaf mold,
as that is rather lower, and is already
good manure. I don't find any better
manure for potatoes than leaves and
leaf mold, which can bo easily gathered i
in tho woods. '
In the New Jersey House a resolution of
greeting to the Legislature of Tennessee for
electing. ex-President Johnson as Senator was
ipassed.i The United States Senate con
curred in the resolution tent from the Assem
bly requesting the general government to
make Mich appropriations as will allow of the
vigorous prosecution and speedy completion of
the improvements now making at Hell Gate.
..... .A bill is before the New York Legislature
to allow the members of the National Guard &2
per day for duty at drills and parades required
by law..... In the United States Housie of
representatives Mr. Totter introduced a reso
lution proposing an amendment to the Con
stitution providing that, from and after the
next Presidential election, the President and
Vice-President shall hold office for six years
and be ineligible for re-election. The resolution
was rejected, all the .Democrats and several
Republicans voting for it. Messrs. Martin
Brothers, iron manufacturer of Philadelphia,
have suspended payment. Their liabilities are
placed at 500,000, and they claim that then
assets are worth .300,000 over that amount. ...
Small-pox rages with great fnry in Cuba. V
-1 Mr. Frelinghuysen,-of New Jersey, in pre
ten'ing a memorial of the operatives in the
liaritin woolen mill-, N. J., for the repeal of
the act of June 6, 1872, reducing the dutv on
certain foreign products, said he believed the
granting of this petition would increase our
revenue and give activity to our sluggish in
dustries. A protective tariff, while giving
prosperity to the people, also increased the
revenue jr the country. Keierred to Lue com
mittee on finance.
The following bUls were disposed of : The
House bill to provide for enlistments in the
navy was indelinitely postponed ; the Senate
bill to amend the act of July 17, 18G2, for the
better government of the navy, and the Senate
bill for the relief of the survivors of the Polaris
wf re passed.
. Mr. Conkling', of New York, presented a
memorial of the citizens of New York touching
the condition of the-wages and industries of
the country, and against the restoration of the
duty on tea and coffee:
A number of petitions were presented against
the restoration of the duty on tea and coffee,
and for the repeal of the act of 1S72, relieving
by the death of Mr. Crocker. The credentials
were read, and Mr. Stevens was sworn in aud
took Lis peat.
Mr. Hale, of JMaine, introduced a resolution
to change the rule of the II out e by the adop
tion of the following as a new rule : " When
ever a question id pending before the IIou
the Speaker shall not entertain any motions of
a dilatory character except one motion to ad-
iourn and one motion to fix the dav to which
the House shall adjourn. But the previous
question on the engrossment and third reading
of a bill or joint resolution shall not le ordered
during the first day of its consideration unless
three-fourths of "the members present shall
second the demand. Provide!, that this rule
shall not apply to House resolutions offered in
the morning "hour of Monday; and jrocided
further, that it shall not apply to any proposi
tion to appropriate the money, the credit, or
other property of the United States, except the
regular anoroririation bills."
Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, made a point
of order, but it was overruled, and the resolu
tion was referred to the Committee on Rules.
On motion of Mr. Garfieid the Senate bill ap
propriating 12, 500 to pay the interest on the
3.65 bonds of the District of Columbia, was
taken up and amended, on motion of Mr. Ran
dall, by inserting the words "in currency," and
passed yeas, 164 ; nays, 62.
Mr. Piatt, of New York, from Post-office com
mittee, offered a resolution authorizing amend-
Lments to be offered to the Post-ofhce Appro
priation bid, aa follows : Fixing the salaries of
postmasters, and the mode of computing ;the
same : authorizing tne rcstmaster-oenerai to
A Wrong Custom Corrected.
It is quite generally the custom to tak
strong liver stimulant for the cure of liver
complaint, and both the mineral and vegetable
kingdoms have been diligently searched to pro
cure the most drastic and poisonous purgatives,
iu order to produce a powerful effect upon the
liver, and arouse the lagging and enfeebled
organ. This system of treatment is oh the
same principle as that of giving a weak and de
bilitated man large portiou-of brandy to enable
him . .lr a rertaiii amount of work. W hen
the stimulant is withheld, the organ, like the j
system, gradually relapses into a more torpia
or blugn-h and "weakened condition than be
fnr. What then is wanted? Medicine
which, while they cause the bile to flow freely
from the liver, as that organ is loneu
action, will not overwork and debilitate it, but
will, when their nse is discontinued, leave the
liver htrcugthened and healthy, fcuch reme
dies are found iu Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Purgative Felleta.
A tXES FOB LTV EE DISEASE.
Rusk, Texas, March 10th, 1S73.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.:
Jk-ar Sir My wife last year at this time was
confined to her" bed with chrome liver disease.
I had one of the best doctors to see her, and he
gave her np to die. when I came upon some of
vour mediciuo. I bought one bottle and com
menced giving it. She then weighed H2 lbs.;
now she weighs 110 lbs., and is robust and
hearty. She has taken eight bottles in all, so
vou see I am an advocate for veur medicines.
The Tribune Almanac
Political Register for 1875.
Tat, Standard Political and Statical Anaoal. Prtea
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1 AAOOn ArtWfra. Writ foe fJrcnW.
Iowa R.R.Land Co.
Ha for. 1,500.000 Arrn of IUUr4 Lnd la
1 U MMldl Kk of Wni Iowa.
nrTTEie i.odj at chwpeb price
than cxn be loond b within
rMh..ppir. N No Indian. Araru enHit
to t he "Void Ian3 ' oftc
and obtain toll information
,mi and bow to 'roach tb Und
ddrraa Iowa Kaih-ud Land Co.. Chicago, or
KapitU, low. . ,ir v.
Seren Churches in One.
ChnrW Warron StoJJarcl, j writing
frcm Balo?riin, Italy, Bays : Ssm Stofauo
ia iu U'dJity Koveh cburclics in oiie.
H, f.. -(4U churches aro so ilopendeut
i !.! niutnor that if you were to
u - v.iyoueof tho wuae I Iwlievo
. ' voiilj fall to pieces. Tiey
; knit aa a horjeycomb. You
r downstairs and pass
. ii'.ii ch into another with such
-.i that it ia thoroughly con
Thou tho doors that open out
of tin iu lead into different streets.
Thoro are snialt icourt'jr -vi in
ainongut them for breathlcefl, and
there aro altars and shrvne's in these
courts; there aro frescoes, mosaics, and
mural paintings and sarcophagi, contain
ing the bones of stunts; there are ancient
pillars with antique Ionic capitals, and
venerable altars with quaint, rude sculp
tures of winged beasts, as sacrifices.
There is the tomb of St. Petronius, in
invitation of tho holy sepuleher at Jeru
salem. A guido led me through this
seven-fold jchurck ; probably I could
never nave louna my way out alone or j
have sm'U half the wonders of the in- j
terior without his help.
Concrete Gravel Walks.
The Rev. Thomas U. Dudley, late rector of
Cluit Church in Baltimore, waa coru-ecrated
anHiHtant biahop of Kentucky. .... .Theodore
F. Randolph was electcil United States Seiiator
by the New Jerncy 'Legislature, he receiving
49 votes to 31 for George ltobeaon. . .The
Kew York State Tempeance Society elected
John N. SteariiH -president. Ilesolutions were
adopted asking the Legihlature to enact a pro
hibitory law, recommendiiig the nomination of
independent temperance tickets for all town
elections, and that united efforts be made to
elect the commissioners of excine on the basib
of "no licenHO.".... ..The will of Mrs. Ann
Vhite Voee, of Eotton, makes the remarkable
bequest of i3G3,000 to tho public inslitutiona
of that city Ex-Gov. Joel Tdrker was con
firmed ari Attorney-General 'of New; Jersey to
succeed Kobort Gilchrist. ... . .The diamonds
presented to General Sherman's' daughter by
the Ivhethvo ot Egypt are valued at -250,000.
...... Advices from Cliina nay that a grandson
of Prince Tun, uncle of 7 the deceased emperor,
will probably succeed to the throne. , l ...Prebi
dent Grant'w daughter and his son-in-law are
at tho White House on a visit. L . . . . A man
at Cohoes, N. J., lost his life in trying to save
a tuswing machino from a burning building. . . .
Tfje're seems no doubt but tho naval building in
Ytkuhingtou was set on fii-e in order to destroy
important papers. Every arrangement was
made, for a serious conflagration. Important
papers were destroyed by the fire.
- - -
Eight of the crew of the, bark Aurora, from
Darien for England, were drowned; by the loss
of the vessel at eca. The survivors were
rescued after having been four days without
.1 ,11 Vil"f- .1 a -.
iuou anu urougnc. 10 r aimoum . . . . . A bill IB
before the New York Legislature to insure the
better protection of children at the hands of
those who" would llltreat and abuse them.'. . .". .
The Republican State convention at New Hamp
sliire seut a dispatch to Speaker Blaine at
.Washington, " greeting to the tni9 Republicans
iu the Congress of the United States," and
adding : " Stand by the civil rights bill, and by
Grant, Sheridan and Sherman in the efforts
certain foreign products of ten per cent. duty.
II rJ Morrill, of Me., from the committee on
appropriations, reiorted favorablv on the bill
to pay the interest on the 3.65 bonds of the
District of. Columbia, and asked its immediate
consideration, as the interest fulis due in a few
days ; and theFederal government being re
sponsible for it, of course it must be paid. The
bill waa passed.
The following bills were passed : The House
bill granting the right of way and depot
grounds to the Oregon Central Pacific Railroad
Company through the public lands of the
United States, from Winnemucca .Nevada, to
the Columbia: river, via Portland, Oregon ; the
Senate bill providing for the appointment of a
commissioner to ascertain the right of subjects
of Great Brijtain to lands in the Territories
which were the subject of the award of the
Emperor of Germany under the treaties of
1S4G and 1871 between the United States and
Great Britain ; the Senate bill amendatory of
and supplementary to act of March 1, 1872, en
titled "An act to set apart a certain tract of
land lying ear the head waters of the Yellow
Stoiie rivef as a public park ;" the Senate bill
granting C40 acres of land to the widow and
heirs of James Sinclair, deceased ; the Senate
bill for the relief of the Holy Cross Mission in
he Territory of Dakota.
Mr. Bogy, of Mo., presented joint resolu
tions of the Missouri Legislature condemning
the military interference in Louisiana, and had
them read at the clerk's desk. Ordered to be
printed and lie on the table.
The amendment of the House to the bill to
provide for the payment of interest on the
three-sixty-nve bonds of the District of Colum
bia was agreed to and the bill passed.
At the request of Mr. Sargent, of Cal., Mr.
Logan, of 111., presented resolutions of the
Chicago Board of Trade in reference to the bill
recently introduced in the Senate, and referred
to the committee on finance, for an appropria
tion to establish a mint at Chicago. The reso
lutions ask that the bill be reported to the
Senate and acted upon favorably. Referred to
the committee on finance.
Mr. Norwood, of Ga., presented the, resolu
tions of the Legislature of that State condemn
ing Federal interference in Louisiana. Or
dered to be printed and lie on the table .
Mr. Sherman, of Ohio, called up the House
bill to amend the National Banking act and to
fix the compensation of national bank exami
ners, which was reported lately with amend
ments by the finance committee." The amend-;
ments were agreed to and the bill parsed.
lav the expense of taking weights of mails on
railroads ; and to pay experts and other em
ployees in the prepara'iou and publication of
post route maps ; also to abolish the publica
tion of certain Post-office advertisements in
three Washington papers. Adopted.
Mr. Fort, of Illinois, offered a like resolution
to allow an amendment to be offered fixing
postage on public documents at two cents a
pound, and the same on agricultural seeds.
Mr. Maynard of Tennessee, moved to sus
pend the rules and pass the bill allowing pro
ducers of tobacco to sell it at retail in the leaf,
wholly unmanuf actured at the place of produc
tion, only tD an amount not exceding 50 annu-7
ally. Rejected yeas, 102 ; nays, lt'8.
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, moved to sus
pend the rules so as to allow the Committee on
Rules to report at the present time for amend
ment and action any new rules or changes of
rules, and providing that during the considera
tion and discussion of such report and amend
ments offered thereto the Speaker shall enter
tain no dilatory motion whatever, and that dis
cussion on the l-ules and amendments thereto
shall not exceed one hour.
There was great excitement as the vote pro
gressed, and particularly w hen it became known
that the necessary two-thirds had not been ob
tained, it lacking four of that number when the
roll-call was finished. Messengers were sent to
ine commiiiee rooms to look lor absent mem
bers, and every effort was made on the part of
the majority to eecure the necessary two thirdB.
ine vote waa announced yeas, 170 : nays,
85, being less than two-thirds in the affirma
tive, and so the motion was rejected. The
only exception to the vote being a strict party
one was that Mr. Soner, of Virginia, voted
"No." His vote the other way would have
carried the motion.
Mr. Cobb, of Kansas, moved to suspend the
rules and pass the bill directing the President
to supply food and disused army clothing to all
destitute and helpless persons living on the
Western frontier, who have been rendered so
destitute and helpless by the ravages of the
grasshoppers last summer. Agreed to yeas,
170 : uavs. 49.
FBOJI THE NOTED SCOCT, " BUFFALO BILL."
Holl as d I Iocs e, Rockfoad. Ill, April 20, T4.
Dr. 1L V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Sir I have
now taken four bottles of your Golden Medical
Discovery in connection with your pellets, and
must Bay that nothing I have taken for my
liver has done me as much good. I feel like a
new man. Thank for vour wonderful medi
cines, W. F. Cody, f Buffalo BdL")
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iiv jiampttuire win stana ny j-ou on tne
second Tuesday of March." !:At Bradford,
Out., a man named O'Brien beat hia wife to
death with a club. Both w ere intoxicated. . . . .
The Geueral Aaeembly of Rhode Island elected
Thomas-Durfee Cliief-JuBtice of tho Supreme
Court ...... A ditfaipated man in Jersey City
named Humphreys was found leaning agaiuht
a lamp post and dead.. ...The United States
Senate committee on privileges and elections
decided that the Kellogg administration should
be recognized ' as the legal government of
concrete surfaces are given by an ex
)ig away tho earth to tho depth of
ntxmt live inches, then lay a bottom of
pebbles, ramming them well-down with
a paving rammer. Sweep them" oil as
clean as possible with a broom, aud
cover tho surface thinly with hot coal
tar. Now put on a coat of smaller gravel
(tho first bed of pebbles should be as
Lvrge as goose eggs), previously dipped
in hot coal Ur, drained, and rolled in
coal ashes, with an intermixture of fine
gravel, and roll it down as thoroughly as
possible. I jet the roller run slowly, and
let a boy follow it with a hoe to scrape
off all adhering gravel. Next put on a
coat of line gravel or sand and coal tar,
with some coal ashes, to complete the
surface, and roll again as thoroughly as
possible: tho more rolling, the better. It
lAiujwiuiu ...... jinoiuer rewara 01 !po,uuo is
offered by the Mayor of Philadelphia for the
recovery of the lost boy Charlie Boss
Balances iu the United States Ti easury : Cur
rency, 08,290,442, special deposit of legal ten
ders for redemption of certificates of deposit,
$43,550,000 ; coin, including $27,863,100 in
coin certificate," $70,891,993 ; outstanding legal
touders, $332,000,000. .
The United States House . committee on
makes a slendid hard surface which
hlieds water like a roof. Do not use too
much tar. It is only necessary to use
t-ofiice Appropriation bill; recommend
an appropriation of sfoOOjOOO, to comply with
the original contract with the Pacific Mail
hteamship Company under tho provisions of
enough to make tho ingredients cohere ! the act of Feb.. 17. 18G5, but they do notrecom-
nnder pressure, and ft little is better than j mend an appropriation in accordance with what
too much. ! is known as the subsidy act B. Boucher
' ' ,.- was arretted in Cleveland on suspicion of trying
to burn a Lnited States bonded mrelious.
J7ie Aretie 1'lrele.
Since Sir John Franklin's day fifty at- j
tempts have, leen made to unlock tho i
gnuid secret cf the Arctic regions, and j
in no citse have tho casualties been impor-!
tiint. . The London Timss gives a list of
thirty-two of these expeihtions, and;
when the record is examined it is seen !
with surprise what a small number of
oUieorti and men Buccuml)exl to tho
hardships mcident to Polar service.
The Pjover and Enterprise, which wero
throe winters in tho ice, had only throe
deaths! each. Sir Robert McClurc, in
his fr mpus voy.ge, lost one oflioer and
livomen in four winters; while the
Vic er rr.l the Intrepid had not a
hing dc.vh, although out two winters.
Tski in wholo thirty-two expeditions
ennm i.it-the death-rate was only
seven ir tent, of those employed.
These i . t h uh not detract from the re
nown f An tic explorers, for their work
demands high courage, resource and
powers of endurance. The value of the
list is given to show that it proves that
Englishmen can live and keep a noble
purpose steadily in view; amidst the most
where he; had
the etore would
than a gain
a large amount of imported
Boucher claims the burning of
involve a Ions to him rather
.A fire hi Siunter, S. C, de-
Mr. Crooke," of New York, introduced a bill
for the exchange of lauds at Wallabout bay be
tween the United States and the city cf Brook
lyn. Mr. Cessna, of Pennsylvania, offered a reso
lution providing that tho rales be so far sus
pended duriug the remainder of the present
sebsion as to prevent tho Speaker from enter
taining any dilatory motion pending the con
sideration of any public bill or joint resolution,
or of any motion to bring, or the result of
winch may bring before the House for consid
eration such bill or joint resolution. It was
vehemently opposed by the Democratic mem-.
uers, wno claimed that it was iu violation of
the '-Constitution, would open the Treasury to
all kings of echeinef. ana set a bad precedent.
The Republicans held that it would prevent a
waste of time. The resolution was lost.
Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, from the Committee
on Appropriations, reported a bill appropriating
.182.5j00 for the pavment of the Februarv
interest on the $3.G5 bonds of tho District of
Columbia, to bo considered and adjusted as
part of the proportional sum to be paid by the
United States for the expenses of the district,
and toward the payment of the interest on the
funded debt of the district. Referred to the
Committee of the Whole, where it can be
reached only in the regular order or by suspen
sion oi uie ruies.
Mr. Ingalls, of Kansas, from the committee
on Indian affairs, reported with amendments
the House bill to authorize the Seneca nation
of New York Indians to lease lands within the
Cattaraugus and Alleghany reservations and to
confirm existing leases. Placed on the calen
dar. Mr. Doreey, of Arkansas, introduced a bill to
establish certain telegraph lines in the several
States aud Territories as post roads, and to
regulate tho transmission of commercial and ',
other intelligence by telegraph. Referred.
Mr. Totter, of New York, from the Judiciary
Committee, reported a joint resolution propos
ing the following amendment to the Constitu
"Article 1G. From and after the next elec
I tion for a President of the United States, the
President shall hold his office during the term
of six years, and, together with the Vice-President
chosen for the same term, be elected in
the manner as now provided, or that may here
after bo provided ; but neither the President
nor the Vice-President (when the ofiice of
President has devolved upon himVshall be eli
gible for 're-election as President."
Tins' elicited a spirited debate, in the courve
of which Mr. Butler remarked that the reason
why we had been so unsuccessful in Vice-Iresi-dents
when thov had become Presidents is that
they have always looked to a re-election, aud j ting
meresore we propose to take away tins tempta
tion. He further said: "The time which
would call for the re-election of a President is
when a strong hand has, hold of the govern
ment, and when in time of commotion, and the
leople feel a doubt as to what will e the
future, of the country without a re-election.
Then I can conceive a possibility of the people
coming up as one man to the re-election of
a strong hand that will hold the government in
the f r.ture as it has held it in the past. I can
conceive of that, and the onlr thine that will
A exchange, telling us of the great and
almost always unnecessary ,hasto some
people are ever in, says: The public was
informed, for perhaps the thirtieth
time, the other day, that a man who con
sidered his time of great value, recently
made a flying leap from a wharf to the
deck of a departing ferryboat. lie mis
calculated, of course; and we, in common
with . all compassionate persons, regret
that he lost his life through his rashness.
His haste made waste, he sacrificed his
life in his anxiety to save five minutes.'
It would probably have been useless to
attempt measures for protecting him
against himself; had there been a ten
barred gate at the end of tho wharf, he
would very likely have vaulted over it,
so strong was Ins desire to make time,"
aa he perhaps would have called it. He
went out of lifo in a feverish unrest,
probably having lived so a good part of
his existence; and tho chief thing to be
regretted is that he did not possess the
necessary patience to avoid taking 1 a
But he was only a type of an immense
class, which is. one of the products of
our high-pressure civilization, and which,
is seen at its worst in New York. People
of this class begin the day by. bolting
their breakfasts in from ten to thirty
minutes, instead of quietly taking an
hour for it over coffee and the newspa
per, before going Out into the day's bat- I Flonr-i Pcnn-ylvauia Extra
tie. After breakfast, as they start down
town, they run a block or two to catch a
car which they espy in the 'distance.
The driver stop3 his horses and waits for
them. When they arrive, panting and
heated, there are at least two other cars
close behind the first. Haste has made
waste again. The driver of the first car
is behind time, and the impatient people
who ran will not get down town more
than three-quarters of a minute, perhaps
not so much as that, ahead of the car to
which they miffht comfortablv have
walked without a particle of hurry.
It may happen, too, that the first car
I is crowded, and tliat a score of half
suffocated and weaned men and women
block the aisles and hang desperately on
by the straps, trampling on each other's
feet, and indulging in whispered com
mentaries on each other's conduct. But
! the hurrying persons never think of get-
into the car behind, even if it is
quite empty; they nobly sacrifice them-
07 7. .oy
(M.Htrt .07 &
OS (4 .OS
Te will send Tarletlen PIKE FIOW-
F.ll .SKKDS i;n ctiuic Irom our ttV-
elcurae), fr 26 eta. All tru to name sad war
ranted. 30 for Sad 10 renU lor a pact
are of our New cat Owarf Itouqarl Anlrr
and oar ('ataloirus vf Dotnestio and Imported
1XI.NNKI.IjY Ar COt KocljeMer,
t- r-i . V. C SVTTH. V. T, t it t rT W Vo-k
tvrW4 frwa v. imu f'M W. Hall -r.aaw
Catrmn a mtcm m !.. T !
k'otla MT-m. m It m a av rvi i. an ir .T
araasca.a Dr. kl, l cft4 fra flnK'ti.Mjs
Ettif rial Hiiiimnitr h nwk' r r
nartaaltr lor af tmm--ry I WHY WT STIU,a.
pUiaiacfaar ('? Tkta V al mIL t c:kW
em aa. PV8TIM, CU-M AM
9ft PKU DAY
CO.. HartfarS. Caas.
at bom. Tat-ms trv
t.EO. STI!aN A Co, rortiand
KtFI.FR. SH0T-0r5v PISTOLS
Waukesha Water KSS
MINERAL ROCK SPRING, R hi IxTT1 H1 K, h! U
(4 6." 5
.50 (4 1.00
.45 (4 .70
.08 (4 .12
Pork Mew 13.50
Fish Mackerel No. 1, new 13.00
" 5s o; 2, new 10.00
Dry Cod, ier cwt 6.00
Ilerrintf, Scaled, per box :i0
Petroleum Crude , 6 , (46
Wool Calif oiiiia Fit ece
Pf onsyWania Fine..........
Ch pes SUte Factory
Wheat No. 1 8pring.
Barley ..... j ..... ... .......
Cotton Low Middlings. ...... ......
Wheat Red Western......
,32 4 .3-J
(4 is. 1.
('ares Drt.psr, Pypepl. Diabet. Constipation,
(iratel. Jaundice,- Urirht's Diiwaae. Scrofula. Irew
Sum, Foinaia Weakneaa, tn all iu forms, ail Duteaaea of
the Kidneys and liver.
Price llarrel. fti; half do. f7: cans. jnx. deml
inhni and bottW. U) eta. mr ceilon : nackaxM extra.
Money rauat accompany the order. hnd ittmp for onr
bonk of X! pa(ea, Ktvinc descnpUoa of lue aoovs
C. C. OLIN
WIUT AKK ril.ESl
Kl.AH ! 41"I.A1X ULl .NT
larla," a Treatise on tha
Uam, HUtorr, Cure aud
1-i-v. ni-n..l ! ILK, rub
lile.l L f. M-.lTAKl-ri.K
A 4 Walker Street
Ww York. Sen 1 1 K K K tc ail
;iaru of Die fnited Male JO
rvceiut of a truer stajtp.
A Book expoalnir tha mri'W of tTT A T.T, Cp
and hnw any ooe ray opera t aoo- II AUAJ
opaafallT wUh a capital of tMi or Ja KKNI. tVwfl-je
tntrnctione and llluatratla to any addrxea. TI !
KHIIHii: V . lliKUU IMi 11 U S Wall
btreet. New York.
This PATEMT CABINET or
LETTER FILE taux-fji loeverj
buitRMacii.lo k-ep blLLJi. LI T
TKhJi or Ir-Ai-iKa always r!a
and fa ajphaocuoai ardcri boide
AXXX) Lettera. can be oad on a drea
or nunc to tha wall. We Trrr
TEspreaeeharc-. Be-nA for circ-ar
and price la with UMO rcfercnoea,
C. A. COOS. Si CO. OUuaco. IU.
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A ."ilflNTII-Afna nt-l
bere. ftntna lKnxrM" anj r. u
I'arttcalara aent fra. An.!rta
HTM A t . M. Uhii. Mo.
OOk Dally I
OVf Imt Fami' I r in
'brc.moa. f re.
K. nw article and t,a
Arii Ttra with tra
fit , yOO Hrtierfeaj. N. Y.
Twenty Steel Reproductions of famous pictarea, orlc
lnai eiiKravinxi aorth MliO.tH).
" Fawt to be Krwt." Jean Inaelow's Kreat story, price
In look f irm 1
A Woman in Armor. a thrtlllnr story of AnMtricaa
borne life, price in book form ? I .'2'.
Twenty short storiM. a rich anty of miscellaneous
readinir. and over ISO pagr-a of rare picture.
AU too above Iscludwl tn the oner of IICaBTb aim
Homk on tkial, till July 1. heat puet-paid for only
I .(Ml. The (rnat iliuaUated wvokly maaaxioa. Prtee
reduond to 2.o4teryear. btnle number six ceota. At
news stands or by mail, lireat inducementa to areola
and cluba. TUK DAILY tJRAFIIIC COMPANY,
I'nhltHhers. 3I and 41 Tark Flace. New York-
K. YV. INrrrr V C' Pnnl-
Htnr, It. .. m : We bava uaed
1.33 (4 1.38 j
.m (4 .'.hi I
.M (4 .R5 g re
Los 4 i.w nCTi
57(4 .57' ! K&ZZ!&J
.14 V 2LZJ
Accrtsilnandsnrc cure, without Incocvrfclcnce.
tad at homo. An antldwta that Manda inr-!y on its
ewu xnerlta. Send for my quarterly inarx.r.e i
COtts pou nothing). conta!BU.aerf.acatea of hnn.rds
.Tpjilve been permanently cured. 1 c.a.m io
dlscofered and produced the fikt ojuoijalud
oxlt srtK cvs roicrui katio.
DIU 8. n. COL.LIK, Lua Portr, Ind.
r while and coo-
ting Powder ia
Wheats Western Rod
Oats Mixed R
the rva Foam a Ion
aider it tbe beat Ha
Demand, Hill- Ar Mrkrr.
Whorever wa hare auld your Ka
Foam it baa rirrn eiceUwnt aatia-
faction. ami It ia prooonn
nor to any known Haklna
Try it. Ita rainonu ia woaderful
it aavoa V.ilk. Krs. Ac. and aja
hke Hot Cakea." Send f'-r circular
to tiro. F. LiANTZ A Co.. IT Doane
nnmrnirn tt Ilom. J
.09 09'4 Keflned, .12,"
January 1, 175.
IMATIO IM AL
Life Insurance Co.,
UNITED STATES of AMERICA.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Premiums, including receipt on re
insured policies SJ23,."i75 20
Interest and premiums on gold 134,KHJ OS
Total Receipts w 174 1,058,170 7S i
2.724 OO I
OCR NCV frATALOCm. IV)
p-7. contAinmi tb frtett
".inety ol t;arden and Flower
Sl.and Uieheatatraljaof home
Familr Garden. Amateara and
F lonsu, sent free to all he apply
HOVEY & CO.53 No. Market St. BostonIaas
WARRANTED A PER
FKCT CCRK for mil iA
rori of Piles. I.p
R't. SriorRM, Rr.
Wkrw. Salt Khecm. Caji-
ckk. Catarbji. Nkcbaloia.
I7S-EPSIA. KIUSETS. aaw
nil duir of Ihr Sail and
BLOOB. Entirety wv.tait;
Money returned ia all eaaea
ri.K. eft.-.., lkaaton. Bold
hend for Circular.
j hi it! IT. Terms liio.cra .
Ttuio alMirt. Fwur reara oi an
,OQ utUmotuaU. Address Ur.F.JMarab.tjoUy-y .Mtc".
.nt aatia- (HnAA and exp4 TTVa,ri IO arrns. injrcss
eedsupe- 23 4& U U A. 1 blOUii AliU. JoO-i:i, Mich.
Powder " I - "
i Great Bargains in Land.
r lOOO MaryUad Farm-. f--r KaU C heap. In a lautlj
Country. U-rtple lala-me aot trm. I.. W
CAKKOIJ Kaat few Maraet. iwrimiw -
ASTHMA 5 CATARRH.
lla.iaC ! I laily mi i-w-a I i .!
IT7 It. rjM
: pnadux aad hrt aa l-S-l "-
;jlraa. I fartaaauly n,.r4 a '
ft'raT aaa ra U ltM Ml t.
3Warraaf4 la r-l!a em-t f- -"
Maallr.aa ta rlirl raa IW i !
riwpnailruur. a tt4W-I wia
MMipV rarkaa tat aa 4t.Hl.twa. S-ily
Iitn.li -k.r w..! II IV
This new TroM U T
with prft eamft
tilalit ar.d day. AAP"
ttarlf t wrrry ra l n of
tbe b-iy. raalaiiis K-! .
tare aadr tne Lad4
eiwlaa or ewrt
atratn antii ln'
, Elastic Truss Co.,
N. CS3 IlrssawsTi N. V. llFt
and seat by mall Call or erd f.w f Vcular. and be card.
!-. ee Vt
PB.T.P. CttUs,IUt, MLVM1 tot ir. .
CJEMTM iVANTi:f. Men or womaa. 3I a
Llchtn Ktrawi. trt
1. IK Mi'
41 a bottle.
i TVTfi'WTr' V TrA.l!i with StencU A Key Check
i UAVS 11 XA X Ontfita. CaaUcue. lucpln and full par-
i ucniars r rre. p. m. PE?Jta. ll lianoeerMt.. rtoatoa.
ETDII CDCV orFITH cured by tha na ef Rosa
t.rilL.rOI KPILFPTIC UEMKDtES. Trial Pack-
ajre "r. For circnlars. artdaooe of
Zl A 8 T I (TVl
A WF.TTtK. Aots wanted eTywhera. For
outht S&c. rRIT H A -A ALIKE, Oaytoo. Ohio.
Matured endowments and annuities.
Cash and allowances for surrendered
Premiams on policies reinsured
Dividend on stock
Taxes and license fees................
All other eipenditures
Total Disbursements ij 174...
Canh in bank
United Rtata Ivmda....
State and ciiy bund
Selves Oil the altar OI haste; they plunge I Loans secured by hrst monaca cf
in among the . other unfortunates, and i I.ians secured by collaterals .....
. . i . i - - , i ' Ixiana anenred by policies in force....
arrive ai, uieir oinces as tirea as u they j mmuted commiwiiona
had done a day's work. It is astonishing 1 Fmm'nncura
to observe the sweet "resignation with j j'i'iaTruiii
which an elegantly-dressed lady "or a cX
punctilious gentleman, if they happen
tuccmt, etc.. addrtwa ROSS P.RO.S.. Richmond, lad
I A IITERTISKRS! Rend 25 reala to CKO.
IX. KtJVi KIJ. A i.. 41 Fark Kow. II Y-. for
ftmpklrt nf 1 (K containing llata of 34XKJ I
patxwa. and eaUtnaAaa anowtna aoat ot a1 vorUalaa.
A CJEMTM WATi:i
A. week, ar flue foHel
WrHM a U. V. M RK
CONSTANT FtlPIXTlENTAt hotaa, Mala
J or Female. IjlMi a week warraatad. Ho eapttal ra.
3 aired. Particulars and valaabla samr-tea seat
r.a. with ao riarw Mawii. I) Rnea U II ItamaKi
iTS "V a month to ar
OillMI kxckuoor hrisoi
f A(( A Vfar. Kalarr aad eir-ffeee paid Oat
.tUU ttfrM. A MlilUflr f" l-ta
ratara nostaca. O. 11. OLR.N FY. U afrt-wt. fetre.Me.
The Cincinnati Weekly Star ! ( 'SJiSS )
-7U7,3 8.3 ,
ce furniture, ledger bijancee. and
ail other aaaets
4 12.354 im
2,lio,.vi2 no !
S7,32 1 1 S
V,7oi f3 !
6l.li)3 46 !
82,724 50 j
84,437 34 t
20,100 47 !
Including pnatacw and tha fialy lUaatrated Star A I-
, Ml pt-r yar. Antl-.lleaawalT.The
lirascrr' Pa per oot- Inin R lata paaea at
oellrat readir.c toatter. Tbe hmwr, merchant and
mechanic ia any part of tha coantry will bad tola tha
hwat of tha wm kbea. to say Botuin of the kw prion.
Airesta ara oflrad iadooementa superior to aayloin
beretofore atteniT-1 hnectmeo eofuea frM.
Ad-1 raa. TUK ST A It. CiaciaanlU Okie.
WATERS' NEW SCALE PIANOS
( fet snadrt laarls eloatlr. a
laataa taae. pewrrlsl, 'ir"";' -
WATERS' Concerto ORGANS
" VTiT i i.J .. .... -r k,.aii ' - defy
.Mliin. Eaa t warrrta MS" - " !"?
ilaa -f ( Ilasnaa mtrr. rill
vor make a tliird term Kiicoeebf al.". TLe rebo- j to belong to the hurrying class, will pack
htroyed t75.000 worth of propeity.. Tlie
lution waii rejected by a vote of 134 to 104 not
two-thirds iu- favor. Ail the Democrats and
French "Aesemblv, bv a vet a of 335 vea against I IOV 7f? rucans vpted for it-
,rt '. . " T , , . Mr. Biitler reported a resolution m reference
jjui, irjiTwi jfx. xylite-maye s amecamem ; j0 jjie McUarrahaQ
to tho eutavon bill, providing that & Senate,
Chamber of Deputies, and President of the re
public should compose the government, the
last-named to be chief of the executive rower.
and New Idria Mining
Company's claims in California, directing the
commissioner of the government land oftice to
iastitute legal proceedings in the name of the
government aajn-t the Sew Idria 'Maiina
Company in the Circuit Court of the United
tuemselves into the most promiscuou j
crowds on the rear platforms of horse j
cars, rather than wait three minutes, or j
even one. 1 !
irff lYondern Xerer Ceame t
"When Dr. Walker proclaimed that he
hal produced from the medicinal herbs
of California an elixir that would regen-
Gbom AJ.sr.TS. Ja. 1. 1C5 3,5S0.22d 31
neinsnrance Reevrve on p.Uciea in
force 92.044,522 OO
lU-serre on pnlicira lapsed and liable
for surrender and re?oratkn 22.3 1 9 30
Prent Talae of premiums due in
lpTi and future years, paid ia ad.
ranee 8.1f2 70
Death claims reported bat not due. . 7SM"0"i O"!
lOOK AGENTS lYAXTED
fiTvv eookTELL it all
Ef Ks. ruaiMOM ef Bait TLaVe Crttr. lor
. I ion the of a Mi
In the Kings county (N. Y.) Apylnm for ! States for Cahfornia to restrain further waste
the InRsnf, on om inmi, .;t, . property; ior ine appointment of a
hatchet he had obtained ..... L At its session ' a.n also
. 1. . fZ : 1 T ' , l. x l :n .1. . - . . . I i -11 ;.: . 1 . . i 1 . 1 r"
1 iufeuia um, tuc tiuiru oiwes ( luouimumcij uu rv'iiKiiu:v iiKtru were- iona e10n. their hfvrti la Yt ht Viiir-. '
i fiVMn .I.a V - Irlm. M ...... i ' J I - " ' '
ituui iuo tuiia .nil u u-: V.VU1 auu ! Ten .1
. . . o . I miT Itirtora i a tmir tlm c
ToTal. LlABIUTIES J. 1. 1TS....M2,1&.,027 1 I
Srartrs, Brma Pkcttutt Addi
TIOsaL to the KiAF.arK 81,425.198 20
ma m rk nwa.
wac.ioa t-f Wlrm. r-tr. iVia mxnry af
onn a mttirtmrm Hri ban trie -hwiJrm
mj.u-nea. arcirt aotji, etc ot the Morooaa m a
asmaa area lay.- Bnafct. rv
aad Ooad. it to tha a- st bnak mmt. a. ' v
w'tm-T vua ruua via( ior au. u la aopalar rvvrr
aacrc 't1 fwrfnodf. am oatarlla all eOrr booka lr- ta
s'"-ly y " mt Lolnaat swan
er.iorv it. f.Tr badr in and acvata ara aavjac
IxnlOtoSOii-.jl UtHllnaWaMnraf M'
want lf rmr-r timtr aerau NOW aa l mw aoaiea sad
. i.i wmiv t nr u won waa viu caavaaa. iir.
I - f.x
TKE.MF.I.V IWe raa a anas "
raa a I f T.. M: 1 7r 1 1 1
Ira I eXV at 'a I la aJa "m a l"r s?. fl 7T UK
aispMcta vtt full partarsarm.
AiS. ma A.U -rrHKotoi (.
Vm KfT-Vllr M- KATOUITE.- lade
for fall lafreTaati r:r? ll'4Z.mI . TTZJ?.
f,v Mn. a4rM t.i.l' ""I.Ti Ita Jl "
I0.11PAM' at II art lard, Isil oar Isaacs
OStoa la leadisff Caaaa.
A GKXTH. Chanc Chanc aatla at sia-bt.
ia.a,is;wiitfa Cnaaa lanc MT Co
; and for the recovery of poe6e-hion. j erate the sinking system and cure every I
for the recovery of seven mill jou dol- form of disease not organic, the incredu-
..9f.4 25,1l 20
.. 1,264,403 t4
liouEe sat continuously forty-eix hours and
twenty-five minutes, and during that time the
sucu oiuer acuon an . ine commiesioner may
dera proper. Ahso directina; the Secretary of
roll waa called eeventy-five times Vinnie the Interior not to issue patents to the New
Beam has the contract to design and furnish
the statue of Admiral Farragut for the ca
tional capitol at Washington Een Wade
and Gov. Koycs, of Ohio, both decline to run
for Governor of that State at the next election.
.... .The New York Central railroad has been
cutting down the wages of its employees.
The Beaufort Female Lunatic Asylum at
Quebec was destroyed by fire, and three of the
patients were burned to death. The loss on
the building is $75,000, and there is very little
insurance. The patients, 433 in number, were
removed in safety to the asylum occupied by
Idria Mining Company until the legal proceed
ings are determined. " After much discussion,
the resolution was adopted by 13G to 11.
Mr. Butler moved a reconsideration of the
vote whereby the Civil Rights bill, reported by
the Judiciary committee, was recommitted!
' Filibustering " was at once begun by the op
position to prevent getting the bill before the
House, with such success that the roll was
called sixteen times in the course of the morn
ing, and nothing had been done up to the hour
of adjournment. The voting was of a etrictly
party character, and the list showed an averag
of 225 members. f i -
Mr Dawes, of Massachusetts, presented the
credentials of his colleague-elect, Mr. Stevens,
who was chosen to toll the vacancy occasioned
gar iMttere is now the standard restora
tive of the Western world. Under the
operation of the new remedy, dyspeptics
regain their health;, the bilious and con
stipated are relieved of every distressing
symptom; the consumptive and rheu
matic rapidly recover; intermittent aSd
remittent fevers are broken; the heredi
tary taint of scrofula is eradicated !
8170,794 30 j
Snrplus, Jan. 1. 1?TS..
Surplus, Jan. 1. l"Ti
S amber of policiea lssnod during- tha
Amount of Dchciea issued darina the
jear S5.770,5l OO
Tbe loans, eeeured by first mortTaTea af raa eatala,
ajnoust to i.llS.2. a soxa eonetderalt ta exoeee of ita
total policy liabtlitr.
Tne surplue $1.J.19 is entirely ftr the saearit of the
policy bolder, beta additional to tha lataaoraaea food,
whtca aluoo afford ampla prntactioe.
Darin tbe Last rear toe company baa paid ta r-iraanu
tatirea of decnaaad pnll-f bold ara fTT!, aad fur aar.
rendered polictea f237J'.4. has paid a dirviead ante its
etock. haa met toe arpanawe. and now aaa a aarnlaa ef
at j-.x ic. . . a ! -w. . .
S, - ,. . . . I( . - . , y ... . . v. turn avyiaa aa ue
kepticism is routed, and this wonderful ' jecunui- of tse aar.
i..- A i n . t Tne tow Ratea, toe Lanre CapHaLtaa DennHa Coa.
tracta. and tbe liberal PUciea of tha NATIONAL,
leader tt eapeciallj wurtbj tba eoaSdaaca aad patroaaca
Op an mi TrJsi. V Ti ain Ti ni 1 i . T. Tk r- .
icbt aad Paul OurnU. Vioa-Pnandaw ; J. T. Cra&k.
unarsoa n. reec. a-ctaaxj.
preparation in to-day the most popular
tonic, alterative, and blood depurent
ever advertised in America. We don't
sell rum under the guise of medicine.
We advertise and sell a pure medicine
which will stand analysis by any chemist
in the country. Com.
RFAHY the r-HAM rtoa aoo or to ssubo.
for THE GREAT SOUTH.
aOO PAIJFJSaad GOO ILI.t MTKATIO.NK.
Tba moat macnlflceot work em pablkmbad ia thta
' eonntry. Ar-at no can sell a gund bvk. caa abtaia
temUarr on wi"- t bheraj ta.rr, I addraaatnar
. AMiltK AN PI Ht'.lHlllX. to-
' A 5EW COLLECTIOX OF
Kapclariy sdaptd fear Prarer aad Caa MeMiaars
f hnrt aa Aaeoctauma aad Ir araily WorafaiD H J U
Tt-sry. rwarda. t; ,-U.tbl. Caxa. at evataT
Saat poatpatd oa rrt-A. ot tbe pn.
I.KK cV rill:PAHn. Itaataa.
Branch OSlce, - - CMcaro, 111.
157 to 163 I Salle Street,
Vaers (As Wiaaa. c l Cosvaay U (raaaocteal.
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TIN WIRE RINGS.
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