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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

sssss -f T--J t srir fpmrslmn ,. Kans. Historical Society! VOL. XII, NO. 141. "WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MOENING APRIL 30, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 1S51. T5?p -ps-- '"iKyMysqHty jpaBgi n t': I THE CHEROKEE STKIP. The Seven Million Acres Addition to Oklahoma. UR DISPATCHES yesterday announced that the commission for treating for the Cherokee Strip or Outlet had been filled and its members ordered to meet at .he capitol of the Cherokees twelve days hence. The Cherokee legislature has been ordered convened within three days thereafter. As the Indians now fully appreciate that fiie government means business it would r-eem that little trouble will be encountered rni agreeing upon a price. This being so ihere will be a great interest in the strip, nd in the very near future, as the oill lately passed provides that in the event of a successful treaty the president shall have power to open the etrip to settlement by proclamation. This strip contains seven million acres of land, lying immediately al...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

"EaJi''"--4e'"i?rrjgJs-' lar-PWOpfcfi -. :LXraKmmmimtiimuuummms "-Cv ' 3Ixjc SlijcTxxta gaily gagljc: ttxTixestfaij 0rum gupril 30, 1890: ID FUG BEARERS. DOZEXS OF FPtENCn AtfAECIIISTS AESESTED. Workmen in Paris and Lyons In cited to Violence by .Fool hardy Leaders. Secret Manifestoes and Deadly Explosives Pound in the Houses of the Prisoners. Great Preparations for May Day in Ger many and Austria "Workmen "Warned Hot to Take Part in Demonstra tions The Chicago Strike Rearing a Settlement, WEATHER BULLETIN. "WAn Depaetment, Washixg'xok, D. C, April 29, 8 p. m. Forecast t until 8 p. m. Wednesday: For Missouri Fair, warmer; southern winds. For Kansas Fair, warmer; southern winds. TJTOITED TO EIOTTNG. Leaders of the Anarchists of Paris and Lyons Arrested. Paris, April 29. Forty more anarchists, nmong them being an Italian who gave his name as Capriani, were arrested in this city today for atteninting to create disorders by workiugmen. The anarchists, committee have resolved that the or...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

',pm.rufcrmi!i; !pe WLichiiK a gacfc: WRtfoxtsBxtQ fgrauSugr, piatt 30, 1890. v $-?J i- C. Jfrf- II NANCEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MAEXETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-315 cattle, 1,204 hogs, 1,088 Sheep. Shipments 62 cat tle. There -were nearly all kinds of cat tle on the market today and buyers for all. The market was active and firm on good to choice grades. Poor stuff slow sale. There was a fair run of hogs. Early telegrams noted a decline of fully 5 cents in Kansas City, and this market opened a strong nickle lower than yes terday's closing prices and ruled steady at the decline. All the car hogs sold at $3.90. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEEET. Wichita. Kan.. April 23. CATTLE. Receipts 315. shipments 62. The receipts were quite up to expectations and were comprised or nearly all kinds of native cattle. The market was active throughout and prices ruled firm on good to choice grades. The buyers all seemed to want cat tle. The market was weak on poor stuff. Chi...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

.r yrjy ,'-5,-iiu, 4 Jgfa mUdxilix gailij gacjgjc: Smcxtmscljttj fptmxiug, &P& 30, 1890. a 3f. 31. MCTIDOCK, IMItor. True, the Oklahoma bill is slow, but it Las the "get there" qualities. If J. Wilkes Booth -were really alive the remaining days of his life would not be sufficient in which to persuade people that he was "Wilkes Booth. George W. Childs has just made up a purse of $50,000 for the family of Samuel EandalL 3Ir. Childs is a very fine speci men or the "friend, indeed' variety. It would be interesting to know how many more people of these United States of America read the base ball column than the dispatches from "Washington. "Now that it has been found that "Wilkes Booth is not dead (?) the detectives will continue the search for Tascott and Hill man and the Benders with renewed con fidence and energy. Eider Haggard the author of "She"' will spend this summer in the Rocky mountains. It would seem that a man who selected such a title for a book, would find some attr...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

ifF !pe WLxdxiiix Jgailij gsgle: ffiKeftn es&q) fmriHa;, &pral 30,1890.. , V i ijrii fm'ST h 3I.M.3IciuorK. 1 K. P. Mrnnocrc, tditnr. I Business Manager. M. M. MHRD00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letter perta'nlns to the business of the print JnK department or Wndery, or for advertising fhoald be addres-ed to the business inanaser; all other communications to the editor. The onlv daiir paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas alley receiuns; both the day and nicht Associate Pres Reports in full. TLKMS OF rBSCniPTIOX DAILT EAGLE. In Ad ance Postage Prepaid. Dailv, one copy one year $3 00 Dailv. one copy, six months -t fl Pally, one copy, three months 2 (X) Daily, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r... i 00 Three times a eek, any daj s desired, six mo.. . 2 SO Sunday Kdition, 16 paces, one cop, one year.... 2 (0 Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, tix months. 1 25 EEIUA' EAGLE. Onecopv, one year $1 no One copy, six months M R...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

- J-wt-- ww rM: ,1"- ""' !riS5w-539-WMSW'a- "''KI"?,g?,'$s3 Txe tBSicMte $ag 'gaWSLtSms&s fgimtmg, &px& 30, leftftf. 6 LOWS BABE . LEGIEvD OP PENSACOLA. BY MAURICE THOMPSON. Copyright. All rignts reserved.,! - CHAPTER I. Jtawh'nc dc 7a Cliasie rose to the surface. A French vessel bound for Mobfle was captured and sunk by a Spanish cruiser soon after the recapture of Pensacola by the Spanish fleet in 1719. One prisoner, a slender and beautiful girl, was the only prize secured by the victors. The fight had been a close and deadly one, -with a result not uncommon in. those days -when a naval engagement at best was a mere matter of hi oadsides and boarding. Car rying fewer guns and lighter ones than its adversary, and withal being much slower, the French vessel fell an easy prey to its vigorous adversary. It went down with its colors flying, however, wliile the Spaniards were in the ace of boarding it; but before this the deck had been so raked by cannon ana muskets at short...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

"7?WfJfi5!(fr!W"WW rwiwsaqow lie ijcMta Jpailg fpsgle: W&&vttsfa fnmhig, pril 30, 1890. 7 - W3j3?- s-r ww,,-?" 0ffiflfB9 A SOUTHERN LOYE STORI. The Ecklj plantation lies near Camp bell's Bend, on the Arkansas side of the Mississippi river. 01t llaj. Eckly, the owner of the plantation, has, in many respects, the unstrung; liberality of the ideal planter, yet in other respects he is prejudiced and narrowly self-opinionated. Zalie, the major's daughter, was re garded as the hundsomest girl of a com- munity in which handsome girls were not rare. She had made an impression upon the brilliant social life of New Or leans, and had received offers of mar riage from many well known men, but had refused them. The truth is, she loved a man named Bickles, a young fellow without fortune, without pros pects, and, worse still, without particu lar industry. Bickles was bright and pleasingly hu morous; he told amusing stories in a lazy sort of way which was of itself at tractive, and the old ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 April 1890

r-jv $ -iVip-K vyV rV s1s,ae5"3rYi gfte TOctaia gaxltj gagfe: ISUtbxesfCag PtoMchwf, &jraH 30, 1890. t Skins on Fire Agonizing, Itdiing, burning and "bleed ing Eczema in its -worst states. A ratr sore from head to feet. Hair gone. Doctors and hospitals fail. Tried everything. Cured lay Guticura Iamcnredoia loathsome disease, eczema, In Its worst stage. I tried different doctors and been throucrh ths hospital, but all to no purpose. The disease covered my whole body from the top of my cad to the soles of my Xeet. My hair all came out, earinc mo a complete raw sore. After trying every lilng I heard of your Ccticua Remedies and after nslnc three bottle3 of CcricxntA Resolvent, -with CnnctntA and Cutcccka Soap.I find myself cured at the cost of about 56. I would not be without the Coticuba Remedies In my house. ISAAC H. GERMAN. "Wnrtsboro, N. Y. Burning and Itcliine: T was sick In the fall of lSS3with.a burning and Itching so bad that In three weeks I was covered with a rash, and co...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

iiiiiyiwigayagy yn''v " pyrMygmjpJigiyiiny -jigfapy-ygai -""--,t'"-v Kans. Historical Society! YOL. XII, T0. 142. WICHITA, KANSAS, THUBSDAY MORNING HAY 1, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1852. hi rit i From the Forum lor May. WHEN THE FARMER WILL BE PEOS-PEROUS. BT C. WOOD DAVIS. -r that the absence of "Z? prosperity among farm ers is largely due to ex cessive proluction or Pnearly all farm prod ucts. Such being the cause of the difficulties that beset the farmer, iit is desirable to ascer tain -whether the con- XXXditions essential to prosperity can be re- Xr7BZiae'WJfu1 ' ... rfi'jrj.siAJitru. triuuci uj ,l'njl,L''IifaiKiV ernment intervention or by the operation of natural laws. Doubtless a measure of relief would be had were a stop put to the dealing in op tions for farm products, were the rates for transportation always just and reasonable, and were all combinations deprived of any control over the prices of cattle and other farm products; but, it being doubtful if any amelioration can be hope...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

Dfmmmmmm Ixjc Xidxita gaily gacjlc: llmrsdaxj pirumgXai 1, 189 IX A EEAli COiNYERSAZICm HOW THE TAME BEARS YEARN AFTER THEIR FOREST HOMES. jSome Family Consciences from Imprisoned Bearskin Central Park Th.ousb.tfnI Bears "Wilt Brinjr Up Their Cubs Tame Pea smts 'Better than Men. Thebear pit in Central park was surround ed by to usual collection of admiring-spectators. Tha brown bear from tho Itockios teld-tbo black bear from Pennsylvania were alklng-aronnd and looking solemn, ' "See the cuteem&cuimmgbearsl" exclaimed 'a lady to her little boy. "Isn't it too bad to ishut them up so? Soe how they pmo for their far away forest home. Pass in the cakes to jtham, Johnnie 1" ' Johnnie passed in the cakes, and other pity dng admirers handed in a lot of peanuts and Jbandfuls of candy. The bears accepted the Itooihsome offerings and retired to the grotto in the rocks. "Pining for our far away forest home!" .chuckled tho black bear, cramming a cake in ibis mouth and poking the brown bear i...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

BfgHW"!IHMmiH i'!y 'H,!it -Wl-J,-J(At'J-jjB S&e WlicMte kiTij gaglc: gfcttt'stlmj iPmrorr, fHaij X? 1890. Jf WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock I Yards for 24 hours 176 cattle, 870 f nogrs. Shipments 277 cattle, 1,088 sheep The cattle receipts were not up to expectations in numbers. There was not enough good butchers' stock to go around. Cattle all sold at good figures. Good cows, heifers and feeders active and firm. Beef steers selling well. Hog receipts a little off and quality not up to the average. Market 2 l-2c lower than yesterday. Everything in car lots fiold at $3.87 1-2. tflOEETA HVE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita, Kan., April 31 CATTLE. Receipts 175, shipments 277, There bcems to ho a rood demand for beef cattle on all the markets ana prices are Arm. The supply of stockers and feeders vas light and in good demnnd. Good cows were In light supply and good heifers decidedly scarce not being enough to go around. Prices generally un thauged but gome fetlu sal...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

- '!f"am Lt5W"-PwfTr ftSg'tffisggss if Jgfa ISlicIiila gaily gaale: Jgfcjursffaij fjforuiuft Xay 1, 890. TSPv?" 3f. M. SITRDOCK, Kditor. ' Benjamin Harrison lias a veto, and lie is bigger than it, too. The government pays the railroads $40,000,000 a year for carrying the mails. Now that Kansas City, Mo., has a Cow herd for the trial of its culprits, suppose the tribunal -where they are tried may be f airlv be called a corral. UNTRUE AND 'MISLEADING. President Harrison has evidently been examining into the public building schemes, as he knows that towns are sometimes built around a federal building. The -whole country, including the sher iff, warden and lawyers, seem to be a great deal more disturbedabout Keram lers death tlian the condemned man himself. Mr. Enloe, of Tennessee, is trying to crowd the southern war claims through the house of representatives, and the re ports indicate that he has made a pretty goodstagger at the undertaking. The members of the United States con gress ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

V-- H5s. . , 3fcc WadxiU Jpailij gitglc: glrarst&qj pioruiiDi f$aij 1, 1890. ( M.3I.MriU)orK. hditor. B. P. MranocK; Business Manager. It It MTJRDOOK & BKO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irtlprs pertainlne to the business of the prlu t Jng dejiartmpnt. or bindery, or for a4vertlslnr should bo addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas "V alley rccelilnff both the day and alfiht Associate Press Reports In full. tijijis or ymscntiTiox' daily kacle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year $8 00 Dally, one copy, 5lx months- 4 00 Dally, one copy, three months a (0 Dally, one copy, one month. 75 Three times a week, any days fle!red, per y'r. .. i 00 Three times a w eek, any days desired, six mo... -' SO Sunday Edition, IB paws one copy, one year 2 00 Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, sdx months. 1 J5 V LEKLV EACLK. Onecopy.one year. $1 OH One copj.tlx months SO Kemittance m...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

3iBW6iitt8Hi a !fte W&dv&K giailg gagfe: Imrsctny gturwiug, lfog lf 1890. AjSIUSEIEXTS. CKATVFOKD &RAT). Holden's Comedy company appears all next -iYc;k, -with Saturday matinee, at Crawford's Opera house in a repertoire of new comedy dramas. The company is of universal excellence, and headed by the talented emotion actress, Miss Mate Ste vens, and the popular comedian; Mr. Lewis .A. MaHe. Opening Mrraday night in the musical comedy entitled 'A Diamond Mystery," entire change of play and specialties at each performance during the week. A valuable prize given away nightly. WALLACE A CO'S GREAT THREE RING CIKCCS. At an early hour yesterday morning people came Hocking in from all parts of the country, fco as to be on hand to witness the street parade. At the hour the pro cession started the sidewalks were crowded with an eager throng. The parade was certainlvallit is advertised to be. The horses vrere exceptionally fine and there were many cages of rare animals. Among them, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

w--" xt WLMxiiK gcxxlxj &&&: Imrsttatj toxxxhxg, lIay I, 1890. ' i a I ALL ABOUT QUEER MOSEY. SOME OF THE METHODS OF COUN TERFEITERS EXPLAINED. SO prevalent, especially nmoug women, results from overtaxing the system. The assimilative organs becoming de ranged, the blood grows weak and im poverished, and henco " that tired feel ing" of which many complain. For all such, cases, there is no remedy equal to Averts Sarsnparilla. Take no other. "Some time ago I found my system entirely run down. I had a feeling of constant fatigue and languor and very little ambition for any kind of effort. A. friend advised me to try Aver 's Sarsa Farilla, which I did with the best re sults. It has done me more good than all other medicines I have ever used." Frank Mellows, Chelsea, Mass. "For months I was afflicted with nervous prostration, weakness, languor, general debilitv, and mental depression. By purifying the blood with Ayer a Saraparilla, I was completely cured. Mrs. Mary Stevens, L...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 1 May 1890

asnafcrtm."" ST 8 g&e W,itXxitt pa kU: gknxfax, toxuhtg, laij l, 1890. PLilf LIE!. Ik t . w II m& KEB U Absolutely Puree, ThtejaoTrder never varies. A marvel of purity. Ftrunrfh and whoicsomeness. ilore economical than the ordinarr kinds and cannot be sold In com petition with the multitude of low test, short wcljjht iunm or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Itoyal rSakins Powder Co., 106 Wall St. X. Y. ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRADE CARS 149 X. 2TAI2TST., WICHITA. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I' W OUT. iieai, estate. fFurnished by the Deam Abstract Co.) The following transfers of real estate nvere filed for record in the office of the register of deeds yesterday: A G Powell to Board of Education tract in Powells add S 150 Burton Car Laud Co to J O Thomp son lots 14 and 10 blk 1G Burton Car add 1.200 J O Thompson to Angust Fast lots 15 and 1( blk 1G Burton Car add... 1 Ann E Graham to Annie L Graham st3 29-29-4W 3000 John V Dale to T H ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 May 1890

E3f-y7-wjfe!yn ' 'iflBsgigqa Kans. Historical Socletyl YOL. XII, INTO. 143. WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY .MOENDfG HAY 1890. WHOLE NO. 1853. f If i i II QTJIYIEA-KAITSAS-'R, AHtBOADS, The first exploration of this country was made by a Spaniard, named Coranado, in 1545. lie came from Old Mexico to the Land of Quivira Kansas in quest of gold. His party, as shown by extracts taken from his journal and other old Span ish records, undoubtedly crossed the Ar kansas rirer at the present site of Wichita; he naming the Big and Little rivers the St. Peters and St. Pauls. The following from the pen of Hon, Eugene F. Ware is equally good from either a historical, political or philosophical reading: Thus Quivira was forsaken, And the world forgot the place, Until centuries apace, Came the blue eyed Saxon race, And it bade the desert waken. And it bade the climate very; And awaiting no reply From the elements on high, It with ploughs beseiged the sky Vexed the heavens with the prairie. 2hen the vitreo...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 May 1890

;-, . . I. -v, '-;v!-rS''iW-' Kfi$g S5pf5jt,w'"$ ft5Hwr3gsBKagnrt $fec tmiclxita gaily gaflle: ffritfeqj Ptottiixg, ptaqj 2, 1890. u I MARKED WITH BLOOD. 3IAT DAT OBSERVANCE IX THE OLD "WORLD. A Deadly Riot Engaged in a, Jlob in the City of Pesth. y Troops Ordered to the Scene and the Eioters Dispersed A Battle in Paris. Several Reported Conflicts in European Cities The Day Marked with Little Enthusiasm in Europe Strict Military Eule in Nearly All Places. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., May 1. The highest temperature was 73, the lowest 54, and the. mean C4, with generally cloudless weather, cooler north -wind in the forenoon, becoming fresh aortheast at night. Last year on May 1, the highest tem perature was C2, the lowest 37, and the mean 49.5. Fred L. Johxson, Observer. War Department, "Washington, D. C, May 1, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Friday: For Kansas Slightly wanner fair weather, variable winds. For Missouri Warmer in northern, sta tionary in southern por...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 May 1890

li'limtiJIIWIIMJITOJ SI WkWat gmhj gagpfe giMaij lmmr, IJajj 2, 890. f FIANCE AND COMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Beceipts of live stock at the Union Stock ' Yards for 24 hours-905 cattle, 1057 ' hogs. Shipments, 108 cattle. Among I the cattle receipts were -25 cars of Texas range cattle "which "will probably not change hands here. There were some good shipping steers which found an active market; also a fair run of butchers cattle. The market was act ive and strong on good to choice grades. Inferior and half fat cattle slow sale. Very good run of hogs and market stronger; opened 2 1-2 cents higher than yesterday and late sales a full nickle higher. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan.. May L CATTLE. Receipts 203, shipments 1G3. There were some very good cattle amon? the offerings. Good shipping steers were quick sale at strong values. There was also a fair run of good butchers stun v hicfl found a very active market. Not enough of this stuff to go around. Chicago market active and fi...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 May 1890

?!""" """ "jio"jf)i i MrjiVijB'.ii, r J mi r?y'r.i'tv-j5iifciiiv?f.igj) g vj-""'"" w-juiiinii niiuMffli lailu gitglft: 'gxttuqXmuiug, f5s 2, 18913. ' yZ!-lljminmliH J')' OfTWl 31. M. MCKDOCK, Editor. A revolution lias broken out in Para guay. Bevolutions in Central and South America are almost as frequent as ineasles in a large family. Our third-termists might emigrate. The Mexican government has almost de cided that the number of terms the president Eliall serve, shall be indefinite. Tli ere may be a great many objections to the New Jersey whipping post for horsetheives, but it must be allowed that it is an improvement over the California telegraph post. The story that Bob Ingersoll is read extensively in India is a little thin. IngersolTs chief attraction is liis manipu lation of the English language, which would all be lost in Hindoo. The first woman physician to be recog nized in Virginia is Mrs. C. L. Haynes, who lias recently been elected assistant at the "Western Lunatic asyl...

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