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k: B BAWl r i7iY,\ Proprietor
baler ,n Sti ,S t ore .. Pormy Drifloode, Cmolery, Trant.
Irmo, Iron, Drags. ON, 11134 pai n t &
and Snot+, Bat. nod rap, Faro, Buffalo Saco. Oro..
ow-Iltnord, a., soo, 6, •
b. .A.IIIoCRACKEN, atones to inform thaptiblletbit
t.stvGxvuA *be ElChArgra Rotel In Monttoor. Ito
tsisowpreptred antonal:lodate tho traveling pallllc
fiIUPTIAN a; CASE.
Battle, lioness and Trunk makars. Shop la C. Roßerr 4
Sum Onlldlny,l3ronklyn, Pa. Oak Ilarneesea, hear:
on a Beg, mail,. to nAler.
Brooklyn, aprl I k. 1873.—mfl
alawint located at Sorquetemna Depot. Mannrartneer
sad dealer In neat and heavy Ilaritertes.Col anr,Whi pa,
Trunk, gaddles.Se .hnpin7„by Oriel attention to haat
-Atm and fair dealing. to have a libelsl abate of
llama S. 18:1.—no10—m3.
BURNS & NICHOLS,
pah,,g11,5 la Drugs, itledicluse. Chemicals, Dye
sr i ps , ?sluts. 011 s, Varnish. Liquors, Spicer. Fancy
trt.clss, Patent Medicines, Pallas:wry aud Toilet Ar•
arts, tirPresetrosriptlon. suturally compuanded.—
/a, a. 00•31 , . • Alms Nionota.
DEL D. A. LATAIROP.
'lthelnleert Ct.scrsto Tcreati tt. Tirane. et the Fact at
Clievoot eyed. Call and consult to all Chronic
11=, 11% '- •
J. IF, SiIIO[2II,IIKIRIEL • - -
/ittorney st Lao. Iltontm,n. Pc ()Pito next door below
Tartsrll .lonse. AT4•I3IIC. •
Montrose, Jan. 17,
. • C. E. BALDWIN.
• Ariemen vet C0M111 . 1.011 At LAW, Gicat DCA& rellll
B. L. BALDWIN, •
afrenern• ar WI% Vontrefe, Pa OClce, IN:th Jsmei
, c,atmmit. Evq,
111antroe., August Z. If.
LOOMS .1 LI/SU.
attorney. at letaa. Onlca No. ^3i Larann - rtrana Avelino
Scranton. Pa. Prattler In•the ecrezal Courts of Lu.
eagle and Snacinehannn amn tics
F. L Lem..
Sept. rib. ISn.—tf.
• iv: %. cnosnov.
Attereie at 1A.% CMCV et the Conn 17nete^. to the
Cometiluinnere Mlle.•. VI A. Causexos.
Neutron, Sept. eth. terl'l.—tf.
isinro In Dry : Goode. (lathing, Lll.lle. and 141. re.
in. Mines %lan. Lzento for the great t.merleart
,Tma and coffee Company. I.
DR. W. W. SDITI
Ilarrtse. Rooms at VA ateeTllint. tiert done cart of the
/lean])llea Owlet: often. Offlre hoarx• frvm 0,•.
te I e. ta. Moron., M. 7 a, is'—lt
THE BARBER—Ha! Ifts! no!!
%Imlay Morri• 1• the barher, who cay .hare your face to
vdar; Cots titown, Made and ceftzles bait, to hip
• area, J:l4 rip plaine. There ton will Ilnd him, over
terep wore, below McKeeziCe—jo one dime.
. llooniroPr, June ;.1371 f C. MORRIS.
J. U. ec A. 11. IIeCOLLIVII,
ISMAIL'S' as Law 010 re over the flank. Montrose
Pa. Mantra-m.IW 10. thll.
liatlTairtc PUT MCI AN AMlScraroy. Man permanently
,lacataal binzseit In Montrn‘e.Ya . where he will prompt
ly attain to all calls In tint piofNdgo w‘tly which he may
Ise favored. Ogee am} residence west 51 the Conn
lipase. near Fitch 6 Weavain'a onlce.
Moutno, Febraary ft, 1611.
FITCH & wATsp:sl, Atturneyo at Lew, at the (ILI *flee
et Untie) , L Pitch. Mantroee.
IPITCOL. Ran. n.11.[ w. ererson.
CHARLES N. STODDARD,
•mitT m Hai ar.d Sbnes, flats and Caps. I,ather and
rindings, !lain Career. Bd. door below Boyd 's Store.
• Work rondo to ardor. and repairing done neatly.
Montrose. Jan 1. Is7o.
• . . , LEWIS KNOLL,
, Sacrnau AND LAMB DRESSING,
rep Om nor Poatonlge building. where he will
=say 10 mond all who may want anything
' 'is Ala lira. glontroar Oct. 13. ISM
DR. S. W. DAYTON,
ITSTSICIAti t SUROEOS. lrnden hie sender. to
tie eltliono of Great Bend and vicinity. Oftlca at tiff
residence. apix3eite Baran= lionae, Bond village,
A. 0. WARREN,
.itrouNsT A . LAW. Bounty, Beek Pay. Pension
- and Eseta ml Claims attended to. 011 lee
..set below Bopi'e Store; 2doutroee.Pe. (An. 1. 'GO
Anetioneer, and Insurance Agent,
C. S. GILBERT,
Great Bead. Pa.
A 311 ELT,
• nor. 1. 1421. Adam., Brooklyn, Pa.
PASEMONACLETAIIaIt. Montrose. Pa. Shop pier
Chandler's Store." Al'order* Mt lo Inn-rate '1)1'-
4:attn.& nano on Won neat e.sort srarrelited w tit.'
gluier AND clam KeamAcrunsns.--Yopt
elms stmt. uuutrOar., jitug. 1. IBM
- _ BILLLIi.GS STI3OIID.
CtiE Iterxr. -
tquiluou• sUefuludta pruai uu fulr OlGte
thlrd,iuruottb uf • ** .floutruv: Ilutul,. - sresl. - 4141ruf
Areuuel filusaruor, Yu. [Aug. LUO,
all 17, 16711.1 - ;•„, 111.14.4 . 51 . / . a
. ABEL TIMUELL.
D ~ A.L311 In I.lni,iv, ernebti.,...nnnori, , llawm.tera•
Llqaura, Nikita,. U17.,11jc Muth., Villiiiallen, ti in
',VI, 4.111011n1, ailaoi Warn,AVall And n tralow •1 0 4,,
Fr,annue.Wilre, Utlllipe , kicAtecur kstchibial ulh,
as... tilinf, nintlintlitilln, "linlvr.e. zow.lacler
rustle.. Fancy Goods,' Jewelry: l'orfu I), c.c.—
Wittig - 4.11.1 orals most ninnerunr, -KW:wive 'tied
reluableeollecaun. of Guetie 1p 2 ; n I 0 1 . 4 . 34. 'C U....
Eitilnlifittn in /M. .. ..; ininntrWi n • rm..
D. W. SEARLE.
ATILIIAT AT-LAVA'. Attlee 'us ct.,the,lttore of A.
/01111/40454,111./ick,ttluelt..4uptruee. ra.r: 1441 . 0. 1
. b,11. - 315 11.1CUMRDSOS,
avvveAs' eltifistiktis; kip 14.4vetuhs
services to th e c Oxen., 01.11thitrOse sett viclintl.—
OClce.st ctneedoutn, avulse atraer non of bon &
brut. Vostudr/. • jAtat. 1, 1919.
rittir "Blto ER
. 4 ' ' IWHASTON, PA
mhacaie4 ikail Dverr.itx
HAltp .. lrAltE, MON,
.614 4 7,EL, •
" •L••• SIIO;VELS,
TTILDErrs iIAUD Ar ARE,
MISS ilea.. voC92-so.grthic 4 T _emit Mirth
. itamtwat , a , az ortsro aUPPLIEo.
410,r. BOLT!, - .NUT. and tv.tivrisuis.
L. 47.3.9 83ADs. MALLSABLIS
" IDUXS.IIVBS.4PtiKett. •
asvU.s, vUots.- Jamas :apa utcLutli
4418118 R BLEDUR.S. PILES. Se. de.
AMCOLLII ILXD BILL SAWS, BOLTING, YACKINO
.2'4041.3 .1/14000-. PIASTER PAWS,
CSBENT. 11Alkt dc - ORINDaTONBS.
OSUMI VINDOWALASILLESTIIitira FINDINGS
BAGMAN K'S fiCAtES.
Iktsalos. Visa, 114. Ma. to
QCERIES...- 7 Tria tn., grata variety
awl chain for ifinqualltlM Drl+4
bent In :mitt. A ieemUltere l l94•4ll.Ba,t4r.oof•
RFA I 4IO 11 1 PaArtmnd 4lnen. tr.
- DiFt t 23 01. fgla' TV EW&
go,i,V.p . -:04,0c;;
AT Evielpso Tzny,
Tun ear:Cal itirings on the leafless inn:, • •
The reason sets in the:watt ; -
Ithinktbattike two brown birds twit we, •
•.• t•Ltft last,ttt the, empty pest. . , , 77(.; . •
All.the yhteng oriel Ste sitar awl irray;"
Ascii sings with his chatett mate;
Twilight is closing 'NT .llghtsorne tla f, . •
Though the crimson.flosh Luta late.
'Tie a tretnblinu step comes dowit the path
You could crat so lightly, tread;
Changed Is our thoughtor the grave Ohl earth
That Is' keeping' In trust our deal:
O comely face, that I knew so fair I x
Soft cheeks, that are trinket:num:
I love the gray In yourTaded heir,'
The lines.= your thoughtlhl brow.
The past geniis a book'to understand,
The fixture has.glits bring; ' •
As I-alt by the fire and hold your heist, '
. And finger the worn:guld Ing.
lltY•own true wife! who Is dearer ho.
For all that the years resign= "
For the timid , love, for the spoken vow • •
For the home that woe yours mine: .
For hopes we shared, and for team weihdd,
For comfort In days riercast ••• '
. For the trust that we held to meet our dead .
Wheathe shades,of life are put,.
• Grief§ that ire over left us a gift,
:They left us a•lamp of gifts;
Boon shall god's sunshine clear through the
And there shall be no more men
close to my side, dear wile that .1 love,
•With sour thin Lend last in mlne;,
SO will r ive wait for the light above, ,
Till the morning star chili shine.
Ott, the old !limes ae Lb tviet.
Though the face ba not the newest,
When the fever heat is liiabest.
Or Om Chilly tide is niglicet,
Over all tees= thole:idling '
Of the faith that life is tcaciting,
Briageus love and trust and reit,
Fur the wiry soul the best,
What are the strings of malice.
• After aIL • .
There are Joys in life chalice,
• After all.
Must the shadows then purane ne '
And the sunbeams neer come to list
While our feet pass by 'the dastes •
Shall our soul neer count Ili} praises
Oh, there to some joy, some rest,
For the weary• soot the best, •
Attei• all. • •'
For better than the old or newest,
Is the loving friend the truest,
Over calms and storms Ile sees as,
From the danger too He fees us,
And amid one Elithlessserving ;
Keeps•, a watchfUlness, unawerring,
And he shows us perfect rest,
For dm - weary soul the best,
Alter all. ,
vutova ET IA NIORT.
Wow; the ends comes,and we must say. ,good.by„
And I am going to the quiet land; .
And sitting in some loved place band Inland,
For the last time together, you and L
We watch the winds blown(' the sunlight lie
About, the spaces or ouTiqeden home, ,
Solt by the washing or the newer° foam,
Where we bare lived and loved In ',days past by.
We must not weep, my darling, ortiplitaki..'
The 'quiet death who enamel° part usitwaln ;
But know that parting would not be such pain
Had not love a perfect dower been made ,
And we shall find it in God's garden 1414
On that meet day wherein we Meet agidn.
Frost a beautiftalahe in the mountain
Two rivulets came down,
With a rustic and Putter like ribbons of. blue
By delicate breMesblotrn.
O'er beds of golden luster,
In the shadow of rock and ire!,
.They sank' .the same tune with their 'silvery
. And clapped their hands in *lee.
CPeirorls With mosses mantled,
They eddied and whirled like &waltzing pair
Till hand in•imnd with laughter and leap
They mingled their mistylair.
Over the self same ledges,. , j ,
Singing the self same tune. ,
'They passed from April to breezy May,
Toward the fields of . June. ' ' •
They whirled anti deuced end dallied, , •
And through the meadows slid,
Till under the
. ssme thick gnus and flower",
Their future couisau`l4 hid.
I saw two beautiful eblldien,
Of one fair mother born.
Like two young clouds of golden hue,
That smile on the breast of Mom,
The rune in age and beauty;
The same in voice and size— "
Thermic bright hair upon their header •
The same blee la their eyes. . .
Singing the aame'sone. ever
. In the self same silvery tune.
They passed from April into May,
Toward the fields of June.. ; ••
They whirled and danced and•ddilled;'
The beautiful vale amid. '
Till ender the same.thick leaves and flowers: ,
Their future cause avas hid. -- 1`
Buchanan Reed, in
Yid CIT :@ IIi pAxiTicr a..
• liorktatas thi task to baffle ewe; •
Or break through ammo's thrall!
To shake thy piilm than may'st kun dare ;
erimlgt mum keenlygulty;". Tj
Tbrbigh lifei dirk maze a sunnier pay
Thin. tranquil thought ineurtsLi , '
know.. - let Fate do what she
.14 ionzuent mho endures! , •
"-Vedic:men for ite taeuel wrcraz
Eat fadeless 'wreaths:la him belong;
• Virbsi.W.nly liven it dawn t ;
Vho;'senrning every mean redna* , . •
Dtchlecreant art ahhires..'
safe In the dolga eonsclumusesa/
Ite conquest:hi. indargalT ..7,
Who gnat ii nation's
". • Nay lord, it op s throne; ;
•: ' But he's s Mightier mohireti still' '
;'• ; -Who mnignlsheth his own. ` ' • "
-.!;• Ctintritt of Fortune lays hint Its!. ' ;' "";
L ,Notrenebeions smile &hies; 4
King nr. himself. through,wealPrireea , .* •
• /10 anntlein lOW thdUla f. . , , •
Alert thitone tuck that graudly.studs. - .1
The melancholy resin— •
• Th e T ildes winds, the roacal4 ARO., ..
Burst °ter it in rata t ' -
';••• ntsieStie es in S
It stands unchanged, secure: - • sa.
Symbol Immortal of the trutlt;
pcsaguar &boredom! .
MODiTROSE, PA., WEDNESDAY : _NOVEMBER,
.7k the'7 2 ,4suld'ef the! Urinal Stal . es:
• The Congress of -the-United States has
enacted that the derritiletien of the •Clne-,
IYttellieiitb Vear,'4l: - , 4 kmerieari`lntletierrz
deuce shall*celelarkted.bv an, Interns::
Venal Exhibition or .the Arts, rilannfac- 4
tures; and prodnets of the soil- and mini'
to be held' nt Philadelphia, kit 11376;, and
his apliointed a
of representatives ,from each State And
Territory, to tiorulnet the celebration.
•-• Originating under the auspices of the'
Nutirinal Legislature, controlled by a Na-•
tional'oolumissien, and designed'as it is
to "Commemorate the first , Century of
tur existence, by an Exhibition of the
Natural resources of the Country and
their development,- and of our progress
in'those Arts which benefit mal4leitid, in
comparison with those of older Nutions,"
,it is to the people at large that the Com
mission look for the aid which is netessa
ry to • make the Centennial Celebration
'the grandest anniversary the world 'has
That the completion' of. the first cento
.ry of our existence should be marked by
'some imposing demonstration is, we be
here, the patriotic, wish of the people of
the whole country. The Congress of the
United States has wisely decided that the
-Eirttolay of the Great-Itepublic can be
'most , fittingly celebrated bx the universal
c'illectren and display or all the trophies
of its progress. It is designed to bring
together within .a Itailding, covering fifty
acs, not only the varied productions of
our mines and of the sail , but types of all
theintellectual triumphs of our cittens,
specimens of everything that America'
call furnish, whether freni the brains or
the hands of her children, and thus make
evident , to the,world the advancement of
which a self-governed people iecipable.
" Celebration" all nations will
he invited t. 6 'Participate; its. character
being Intertiational., Europe will display'
her arts and, manufactures, India her
curious fabnes, while newly-opened Chi
na and Japan will lay bare the treasures
which for centuries their ingenious people
have been perfecting. Each land will
compete iu grnereus rivalry , for the palm
of superior excellence.
To this grand gathering every zone will
contribute its - rruiteand cereals. No
mineral shall be -watiting, for what the 1
East lucks the West.will supply. Under
one roof will the South display in 'rico
leisuriance her growing cotton, nett' . the
North in miniature, the waseless ma
chinery of her mills converting Abet
cotton into cloth. Each section of the
globe will send its best offerings to this
keihibitlon, and each State of the' Union
member of one united body politic,
-will shewtb:her sister States and to the
world, r how, mach she can add to the
greatness' of - the nation - of 'which she lie
harniniiione ifart. '
No-make the .ocritentiiitl Celebration
such a snot:en a4r-the patriotism and the
Ametipan demands will
require the cd-operation of the peopfe of
the whole, country. The United States
Centenuio Commissicin has received no
'Government aid, each 'as 'England e x tend
ed to her World'e Fair, and France to her
Universal EVlltisition, yet the labor , and
responsibility imposed upon the Commis
sionr is as great as in either of those un
dertakings. It is-estimated that ten mil
lions of dollars will be required, and this
eiumCoogreis has provided -ball , be raised
by stock enbseription, and that the people
shall have the opportunity of snbsCribing
in - proportion population of their
respecting States and Territories.
The Cominiisien looks to the unfailing
,itatriottem of the people of every section
, to see that each contributes its share .to
the expenses, and receives its share of the
' of 'an enterprise in which all are
no ..deeply interested, It would further
earnestly urge the formation, in, each
I ,State and i Territory of a centennial-organ
ization, which shall in time see that coun
ty associtione are formed, so that 'Whet)
the nations are gathered together in 1876
rush Commonwealth can view with pnde
contributions she has made to the na
tional glory. . ,
:.Confidently relying on the zeal and pa
triotism.eier displayed by our people in
,oationol "tindertikkng, 'we pledge
and Propbety, that 'the - C6teiiiiiat 'Cele
bration will worthily show bow greatness
:wealth And intelligence' can be fostered
bylach instiruti on; es those which have
for onehrrndred years •bleSsed the Teeple
of_'.th. V aned §±ates.. • ~
ifosEPH JI.ItArLET, rres.
LEWIS WALII' SMITEVTem p'y Bee.
,11zeirisrn in England is.not yet finished.
An aitemptiti Exeter oa Tuesday id "cel-.
info n . denionstration agaitiot ,
licensing act. The proceedings soon , bi
ome disorderly,"arid 'finally. degenerated
into is " Cudgels and brickhatt.. tiers
freely used and:tnany of . , the' riotsii(;iierc
injured:.. Seventeen men are in
pital.4uQrridg from injuries received dur.
ing the'rint:: • - 0 •
Care keeps kik watch le - every old
man's op t ' whore den he' eep hie dock ?
A Sun reporterweat 'to" Dovek ' New
Jersey, yesterday to ascertain ; the details
of r the shocking tragedy which was eriac
,ted there ori•Wednesday, mormnu.and of
'which ma account was given in yesterday's ;
Theieti rieilearned Tian' the - bps
'of! Glockiti hJ Barrotti,•tvlibi is fit' the peiint
of :desth,-the tkcumstancesiunder '.which
he wics.stabbeffy..Lcinie, the,husband of
Earrottre beautiful housekeeper, Johnan
iolimei. The story is : one of 'tragical.
interest. • •
Giovanni -Barrotti„ who is an intelligent'
.and,uniispally gocid.looking -young man,
left. Italy aometive years-ago. ..Hl3 came
to New York end stayed here two _years.
He hud friendi in Dover, New Jersey,who
wrote to liim'to come and settle there.
Barrotti opened - a shoe store iti Dover; He
had great success. He had a pleasing
manner, seemed always good natugeitand
ire's,liked by everybody. About five
monthe - ago he went to New York 'city
to engage 3 housekeeper. He heard of an'
Italian widow who this looking for -just
such a positiou and engaged her.
She went with him to Dover. He be
came greatly attached to her. Everybody
noticed that be cihisiery devoted to her,
and that bitrciated her more' like a wife
than a servant or a housekeeper. Johan
nao,lloesl was a brunette, petite,' plump,
,well formed.. , t she had .hue expressive
fae - e. olive complexion,urge black eyes,
which always looked bright and cheerful,
an !exceedingly pretty mouth,small hands„
small feet—she-was the. very typo of , an
Italian bean ty.
Giovanni's friends spoke with _enthusi
asm of Johanna's beauty, and Congratu
lated him upon having secured so agreea
ble ! a housekeeper. Giovanni laughed
when they rallied him on his "pretty
.housekeeper," as they used to call her,and
said she was merely his servant that was
all. • ' •
PLANS POLL A MARRIAGE.
They lived viers happily. Johanna was
a good btrus.-keeper, and Giovanni used to
Say hishome hadhever been so bright and
so happy. *Giovanni's friends, when they
were in his house, noticed that her eye
-followed himin his slightest , motions. 1.1 e•
never left the house without her; she nev-
er went anywhere without him. As the
story ten', they Were soon to be married.
As soon Grovanniorluld get money
enough he would take his Johanna back .
to his native village, near Rome, for ash°
frevently said, be could never forget his
Op Wednesday morning he was, as us
ual, twills shop, laughing and joking.
Two men entered. They bud just arrived
on the .morning train from „New.. York.
One, Louis, was a 6ml : wiry fellow with
vicious face, the other: Philippi, was a
big, burly Italian with-a stolid - expthssion,,l
Giovanni looked-up: - -He saw the man
who was to ninhier him, and bade him
pleasantly "Good morning."
"Good morning," Louis said in Italian,
find he added. "Uay I come in..?" ,
"Certainly," Giovanni repttvd te Italian,
greeting tie visitors in the most cordial
manner, for he was always glad to see a
Lti SEARCH -0B 1118
" There was nobody in the shop but Gio
vanni. Leruislookeil around as though he
was looking , fur somebody. He cast fur
tiy4 glances at:Griovonni, and sat down In
a chair, ,
' "1 am looking for an Italian woman by
the name of Johanna'lloosi," he said of
a pause.: • .• -
"She lives here, sir,": Giovanni replied
in his clear, rinalug, Nome. • !ilre you
acquainted with her
"Yes, I am," LoniS'.said, eyeing Gio
vanni in 'ffskanee." "I want to see' her."
-rii call lter,"• Giciianni said readily,
and he went into the bank room,and
ed Johanna, Johanna." . • -
"I will be down iu a minute," she an
"Shell be down'in a'minnte," Giovanni
said, returning to the.shop.
Louis was whispering to.Philippi in 'a
very strange wan'.
- Giovanni thought noth
ing of it, however, and whistled a_ barna
Light footstePS were heard:• • "That's
Johanna." lAMB said,and ho rose to greet
her. She stepped in with a smile. She
stopped still wheu she saw who it was,aad
eicluimed in animpassioned voice:
"For heavents'eake, it is he!".
She tamed:seemingly to go backs
"Why, .whatis this ?"• Giovanni asked
with astonishinent,., "what does all this
Louis stepp4qnietly up to Johanna,
who was in a flatter or :excitement. He
-looked her steadily in the face. He took
hold of, her baud and. pia, .",yon are my
"What'a that?' i exclaimed Gtovannt,
atimzedi "What is that you' bare ben
t say that yOu,are my wife;! Louis said
addiessmg himself still to JOhanna,."you
don't. deny.it ?"
' Johanna shook her head. "Lonisl' 9 . 11 - e
said, "why'do"Yort' persecute me? Why .
do you follow rue instead, or leaving. ,Me
ile lauglA, "Yon are my, wife," he
Said.,"aiid ritiont Yon to live With me as
niq wife.• l •liiiiie dome' here to . taki ycin
back With me to New: YorL".. • •'
With ion!" she exclaims ev
er, never!' Anittirriiing to Giovanni, who
looked on 10 silent aniazement. -Tail is
-the man who inveigled me from Italy to
America, and then stolo all my valusthles
and my clothes to bay himself drink., I
go with ? n'er. "
• ; "Well;" , l..quissaictivith a oneer,.:oyou
are my wife. We have , never been divor
ai:ni flinr said; in her im.,
passinfietrway;"but eier. since'iymi ' stole
'my_ cletb es;ever' sin cs- you *ace : me! out
of your-house and would. not -,reco 4 uite
me as.: your __wife; have,
year iife, and I : never, . never
-""Let tne speak to you alone; " Loaia
Raid, "I' want to talk to you. Lt, - go
infra a rount-witere we,cun bastlontir;,
"So,' not," sitiksaid ;;I: knit! !hit
you have "beets iswnhng to do me sortie t&
No • •
..."Why, I would not for.. the.sworkt" .
Louis said. "ronly want.to,talkito ,you
privately." She would not go, and then
ho implored her to grant. him.this
Giovanni said, 'clobanuai,' if fhis man
ia:your husband and he wants-to , :talk to
you, yoohnd.bettergointo th'znextroom
She,besitatfd A ,b,:Alg tw.".41 41 4,4 ! finally
The hnsband find Wife the'
next roam and remained closefed-for
about five minutes. .Theri ;they- came
back.. Johanna was crying-and LoniS 4
face wore an expression of bangs ; disap
"Well; are'yOu going Giovanni' salted
Johanna, in a tone of anxiety. '
Sho "No,* she said.. "I cannot,
I cannot t l cannot go with him,"
"I have just been telling Philippi," GM=
vanni said 'quietly, "while yeti tiro were
the other room, thafr am going to take
Johanna anyhow to New York in'
days. She will be there with her.relatives t
and you can see her there. Yon can have'
a bitter chance to talk to ber there, and
if she then corigents to live agaiowith Von
voice was 'illglitlvlremb-.
Ling.). Ido not want to stan'd:between
husband and wifel s.' . _
Louis cast a furtive glance at Piovanni,
bat made no teply. lie pat oue hand in;
to his pocket had said, looking liis Wife:
straight in the eye, "So you wilt not go
emnot," she eaid 49:14bing• .„q• cau-,
"Well, you'll see me to the door," Louis
' "Oh, yes." she Said, with a faint - smile.
She went as far as the door. Then 'Allis
who h&c.' suddenly became veryiiilo,said:
"And you will not be my wife,,neeern '
STADISED TO TLI4 ur.A.nt
She. was about to
.answer, and opened
her lips, but quick as Rash Louis ; threw
his left arm round her neck, and with, his
tight hand plunged a Icing knife ibto'bei
mouth. "Oh!" she cried, as the 'blood
gushed out and streamed over her body.
She had strength enough. to thrcry „her
arm round him, seemingly to support
herself ot the man who was =Merin .
her. Louis raised the' knife and 'stabbed
:her again, this time in the heart.
"Stop! stop!" Giovanni cried, spring-.
In g to the door.
It Was too late. The mnrderer held . his
1: victim in his • grasp. Before Giortiani -
I could prevent him the knife dashed again.
in the air, and again it was buried in the
woman's heart. Philippi, the murderer's
companion, stood by his Side, looking : nl
the spectacle. '
Giovanni, who was a powerful 'man,
clutched the assassin's arm. For a .mo
went there was a chance that the murder
er's instrument might be wrested, from
•his hand. But no. Louis was to, %click'
for Giovanni. He freed his'arm, and the
knife descended into the Italian's . heart.
Giovanni uttered a faint cry and stagger
ed. The woman had. rolled down the
stoop, and there lying dead, Lathed in
her blood. She had died almost
A DEATH GRAPPLE
Louis did not stop as he looked back
upon his victim who was . 5,p, the
stoop—his own wife he seemed 'gather
new strength, rind 'again lie;'lraised 7 the
knife, and again it. disappeared lin The
breast of Giovanni. He would have fallen
but Louis helil, him with one arm ftill
stabbing him with the other. The knife
was invaribly pointed to Giovanni's heart.
'lt seemed an . .thou A - Louis wanted .
his wife's loser's -heart aut. • .! • !
Giovanni, after the fkr44 wound,! shout- I
ed to Phillippi, who was cooly standing
by, "Quick I quick?' he cried; "take' the
knife aWay from him." But -Phillippi
would not. He stood thefc quietly, as
though pleased with his friend's-work.:
The neighbors now ran to the spot, , and
the asSmsin, and his friend fled... They
were soon secured. Loins, on entering
the police station, cursed every one who
approached him. lie was ironed 'andl ta
ken to Giovanni,s house. „ There; otrva
mattress, lay Giovanni, at the-
death. Ire had liven /otlgq than Johan
na, whose form he clasped when he fell
-wounded on the stoop. • He had• felt • lier
dying breath, and had kissed her when it
seemed that he himself -.could. live: noti:a
moment longer. Bnt he was alive yet,
and boneicis. He idenfilietr, Louis and
Phillippi, and both were taken to Morris
-town. There they are injail. •
THE DYING itAX'S'STOEY
These are the-mahrfacts as the dying
Italian gave them last night, to a repqrter,
of the Sun. Parretti was very ; .He
could scarcely speak. , His handsoinekee
looked wan, pale ; his firey bleak ejlis Were
sunken, but - had still a faint histre.`:ille
said that three days ago Johanna received
all anonymous letter • from New Y . orlcask-;
lug her to visit that city and,lo,tiilie
divorce from the writer. Ho thoughtl
this, very, strauß, us Johanna cs,nild not
have complied with the writer's wisli,Aven
had she been- desiroui of .en doing, not:,
:knowing hianddress. .. • „
The,reporter asked hitt why Leas/vent,
to take Johanna back • with. if ;lie'
wanted 4) be divoieed from I.ter, .
''Fool, f 001,7 Barrett.' replled,„sivallOW
hig, a lump of ice Which A frii;na pt4c. into
his mouth.' "I think it,Was all an excuse.
People say she had plenty . of Mon6y,awil.
that'be liad none." . , ,
. Reporter — What seParatidtheM?, ;
tarrotti (faintly)-4 ihitik .i the , , cot
onbie was that before he' niarrO . her.he.
told her that , hail - plenty ; Of, toopet•
atid - grOtnised .to, send jor her. child Prila
lier,iisier is Italy—she was a .wiclew
Italz,.*lien. 4i,reied lier,: ; ontl'ilte:. had.
to . give hue money on-the 'very4dy_of,her,
marriage td get drunk',with. "
Reporter—Did you when It'acoi4e
that he vies - piing to stab yeti
Barrotti (with JA , ciaidi; flash' of hi.s black'
eyes)-41 . I . had . thongbt..that,: by Hear- ;
• . ,
"." lledid not" fiiiish ; he was Uti "Vreak.:
He gasped faintly flit 6:eatli. •
Re r rter(afteiGiovinnlhad'ieccoMred
ti litt e)-;,Did sh6ever teltyoul. anything,'
about itilu • Jo ,
, Giovanni Priffy).L.ite, 'AA; ro l )
I think, It wasinupdssible:" iinpOssible
kill a Weiiiititiatid !hire wai•noeideiiiiiin;
occasion, "air hint *Ai lier4.l
saw it. Blood CAMS frOckher mOttl4lloo 4 .
RePerter4foir lohg d d Mu Biel' :
Gioratiniqbis' i iiiatzth Ituiceririty . 4l2. I
ahonttwo'minutes she was?
reporter bade tha-dying, =an gpad
bye and went,te, the anaertakep of Dayet, - ,
,where saw the carp* of Johanna:. It ,
a wociden ' Jo hanna:.,
Rit the faCtiVaS tover l •
.ed withrth.kle streakaof cantaatia blood ? ,
Shivro : once.brantifekOnd new
,picture.,.Even... Oa,. begutiful
Uowing hair 'Was cottea - with:bland", 'The'
Cdtpie waiiVesseil ° irrihi Eahie 'daffiest'
*ern' , bye Ifer:fwlien"- inbidMed. l She :ivas
b n rriedAyeaterday nbffeinoo 'A-loran ni
Ats4ed tsjiat , they,..had :Otte yrith his Jo
hanna,, lho answer Was that they had
buirlea her. ' '
• Trcs: Paris O . ot(respbrdetit of Frank Les-.
lid'aLady'sJaturial writes - 4. -
noticed, this week Fetty
specimens Of evening dfisses. •
"Pre; fedresi of 'lrentfi' White 4intilrb, -,
.the takirt-trimnied mtli•deepAlouncers of
oin:dace-beaded within . coquille , of.`the
4 .m% ertlftud,,skirt,.llBl[4l7lltled; slight;
ly„raised,f!t theback A ,tritntned with.a
she of greenish-blue, rjblioic aurl diarge
btiirof'the'eame;• which, fastens the' full
plaits of theilispery. at • the. The
'lbw .bodied is: worn with] a white tulle
.119hu, edged lyith,green silk blond., .This
.cretty ,fichu, is heart-shaped both in front
and at the baCk.; it 'is crcisSed • over the
bdidtb;•isnd'fibishid - off behind hi' leng
'sdarf labels 'The' sleeves are teintmed - in;
:white and green.bldnd and tibbon. , bow**
f,.-,Tben A very gigfiggitifli toilet. of white
Muslin over The first
'kirt is Of blue silk; 'ornament& With'
'threer,tria . s etchilividedl4 - 'n, •tirciW '6114
broidered- in satin stitch... t*. The 'second
skirt is of whita-musliu ;-it is cut all of
yip pieep with the bodice, vhich remains'
upen° fcr'elioUl gliel3;itahl6
skirt is very mach' phlred - ont behind, and•
cemajnsropin in,front, the poff,being faS-'
up with tersades and - hews; Of blue,
riblica The skiit
hOttOdi by is lxirdcrof Brussels lace, heed
ed. by 'a' blue. silk ladling., .This.trim
okinvs continued upon ,bodice and,
fctats epan fettes'tp the 'sleeves, wli icli aro.
finished - drat 'the,'elbowby hoe - frillings
' and-bb4e of rtisborti ,l •
"A:.toilet fora coneditt • or. soiree' is , of
lycgßode-colcirqd silk.' .t.ri mined
.tip /,43 the waist. yith„ narrow. piuketLout
' A 'short' thnid 'Skirt of White
• lace falls over Bible flOtibees. - The
low bodice has wsiball plated basque•be
hind,.nud two points7inlfror4., .The. up
.riohly, trinamed with white lace
as well is the eleevCa. The tenet is com
pleted by 'a 'triad-scarf tit' 'white crepe de
.ohene, ,, edged.with a doable •rdw
headed. with roulenu , of.; /geoperlo:colo.red
de scde are frequerfry -
and hOw.i'of refiet'of daikeiilfige.
"FOr walking . costiones there is a new
'and veryrelcirmit , siy.ln.of:casnquil•or
.Xt is tuatic,lo ang r y , '
tried with velvet r
rh e folds, of tin
teVerse-of ; tlie hof
sle-eveas theng,h it were
the-easailue; - and this , ' is very effective
• The outer gip of the =ague is -bdr•
, 4ered!,Av.ith-ful'r : r S •.r • '
"On,s,of. he nourf cotes of,th9 rcio . welat,
Pnelatlies tvlio reinatnlatein the autumn
iu the , couritti, Ida ortinefaeketordaili
blturclotWomaniinted 16th:1th:7 - This
looks merylat t ylisb.-user; -a skirt: of-kilts 4
hlapk . 81115 and,n Jenu.Bnrt, hat of f blaok
velvet, long,Seurf, yerj4f:biae_ganze
tied icnand tlie' croAi . n..‘ • • '
filfrAtiothet inadvati66fis extrernelf - ele-
prat ;Atiis:a Inincess•pelisse,..with small
round hood, aed made of
ed lined,wit4 , buttoned: down
the iron t, and orthiniented with blue bciWe
thi3 slekvh, - and ' ,
s h o uld e rs. . 6 r•:J •
"Thls.pelisse was worn over a .skirt•of
dark blue Amiens velvet, with very deeP
plaited 'ffditnee round:t*t bottom, head.
ed with ilfree'Satin ronleani: •Satio';•it is
dark bluS deip.
platledeflounces round the bottom, .head
:ed with, three satin rouleaux. n Satin, it is
more - than pabable,,vrill not entirelplia
ftppatlrom' the Prbgranie of fasbionii-.
•it shimii•eir Lee to the 'greatest
tage, it reflects the baentital- oldnpoltit
-patterns like m irror: • 13at motto n ow ‘
. appearing, tts, reante, after . , being
laid aside a4Atute, old „,
:Wadi flow-us tfiey' were lortherly. 7,
kutiqtte 'is •nituleenp , with Nava
„hotline iri.the,..l4mis:Qtmterza,style t r
• tqbe tierf costumes' include
lertftkiat:;basZpfes;:•whiclit 'doe& nor Mean
thatntheopolumnseandqunio ate gonefont!
.are eleoant% ••
c. • ;' , Firtgbifist l'ententp f
Mc' Iteilittif4ll4l Contains the fel-,
lontlas itecenntOf theinta - Of tsvo; gentle.:
_men la the crater ofollesuslq, whop with
-great mmerityingipted-op- kiting i ll:mem".
dela le the dark ; cavern immediately be• 1
the'rilidoortfie etn'ter. *-
Nests tmu o ti - Friday. attcrional itabe -Cate
ZoosPc.l , ,The;party -consietedi of two'
Americans, three Englisktnerwand.one
IFteu l lht u e n . 9 0 8 1 41 1 9-,Ciglitithey. ; took
mg then6lCWr 3 e ete p. ft:
procured: horses, go ides,. and 'other nec
-44stive, they Mattotil-tor , the, ~.6trr.ing
mountain and began . tlie.r,sceat,,onstaiz t i
thseta'se ertne •op i pCidiOt done,'
they thaM rill iehlifirs. dti not go. `Tbo
louricts , then begun - the siMent over the
Pineal:ond boulderotPfAVA until - the
liesirs.,JarnesVilCiii and 'Francoi: Its
Mienr, an Atiserican and- a Freachthan,
insisted on - berittr . lowered - down tti the
4.00113, athibb , ififormedtelorittlio modth
of the volcano. Thetnidtia t lvlto provide
thameelvee with ropes for_ that paßocei
:-vot i u'mp : xxa,m7mpß 7 4l
complied ;with' the reqbest-of tbelbeelftm.'
ein"anit• Towered them dotime
,being perfectly quiet, no danger mut
anticipated ;lint when one .of the larti
nbirireihe cr4ter balled,out rastlAd
ventures, lee answerwas returned.' ?rho
guides, growinginfirioin, tried,-"Gentle
men, it. would be better for , you to 'hold
qp,to tho e eds. the tepee •••• Still he
ropes remained Black, endue answer came
floin'the 64i:ilium - di and murky Cavern
beldec" - Twenty'rainbtes Passed ;and' the
adventures Wera'set•silent t ' •
, It was then proposed:that .onci:•of
gaidesahngld.loyered dowtrend • hold
on to the ropes until ho bed- investigated
the Uppearabc'd - tlice eacefri base. 'lle
'bad hitrdlfintered irheti - he crier but
lastly, "Su 1 strl nonc.'e'nieritife she -tins
pietra etrettissima ..( 4 41.1n1:. !apt' there's..
nothing 11§F0 butii,,Ncry narrew - - make) f .
Ai far aa ;ink living person.ca ~o it the
re"st, Elie' infortianath strangere, the vie.
time of their own iniprudence,4erellerl
ed into themysterions abyasee.ofliount
Sesiivi as. In the same naonth,sixteerirms
ago, two Englishmen of birth and fortune
bads FrencJi Vomediaci 'emtimitted' *the
same tinible - circir:l' The' Came ambition
.which nVen,ol then to Ole the tillielfghts
of tiv., Matterhon also: nerved:: them:to
-searM insidious Vesuviud 'while it. slept,
and they Nero either lost in laby
rinth of lava and Oho! br smothered by
~por. or:eulpliu; •
• A COnirriots man 'often 'elected's in
'life,' When • persons of ability: fail': The
experience of ;every lanafil farnisties::fre
fluent. inshancet ythere tlnciliatory.44an•
.n ere have rplde the,fortunes ofkbjsmittri,
'lawyers,' dmnes; politicians, merehmts )
lnd, , -mdeed, - iiiiiividualtrof. inrisuits;—
17Pon:beitigJiitrodimedle•a - - Stratigt4') his
affability or ,the.lreverse. creates 3natanta
neousty,4 prekosseision in :his -favor,j,or
awakensawvakensaiiconecionstya prejudice (gams t
hint." To meri, in:faCt;wliat, a
• pledsing appearance is to *oaten ; - it • is $
general passport to favoiL"-a-lettet;ltiftl te•
commendation written in, alangriap:that
every person .endTritands.. - The: hest. .of
men have often injured lhereseivea
Tinsequent nideness; whpre
as mea• of inferior abilitiefiniiefreifttent
iy- succeeded --. by their - 7, agrecable.7
pleas - mg : manners. ty,Of t4vo: men,' equal
in all other
the courteons, ne
has twice the adraiitge,•and. ,fai." the
better eitanee OlLtanking Way,in thu
world.- • 7 • : 1 " ••'•••'
IternAM . Emit a• larik,
youth of thirteen, was erraigmed•tit Estes
Market ma a charge, of beating..hia wife
Emily, aged 35. Justice Shatdley.,ques•
tioned him as follows: •
'4ustice—low old aro 'yon, my, boil.'
- Itlathanrm thirteen, sir.
dusticellow long_hase yonlieen 'akar
ried ?.. - - ‘•-• :
, Nathan iblub.hering)--,Ona Tear.; I
ivaafto"get - divorc'4l_noW; so Ledo, Viy
-srustice—Wily do you beat yonr.Wife
21Nathan (plucking upalittieY—litcans'
Vie won't get .my" supper. reruly. She Ra,ya
she's jealous .nac ; that's 'What ralit'e's we
justice—l -don't believe it, Mr. 'Shiloh,
And I'll tell sou this, if. you are , brought
before meogain on.the chargeAbrealtlng
our wife's:head, I'll send y0n..t0.the..3,..u
-vcuile AssSltini: • , ,
Justice (to' Mrs. Situon;MiLdipt,
• take - thlr'ber home And:hate; his lace
_washed. • r
'.! thi"Vdn'Aiesei,'•lllo l 4l4
Weenie was derived• from : a : snuff-boz:-...
Th is nu Mhos., was given to,the author of
prisp . about' :,tliktv
yCIIrB tigo;ThY Baron`Janies'de
ils n - -tokeit 'of 'esteem. CarefaA3bld l . l is
.twenty,funr; hours - later.for seventy-fiv. ,
Napoleons,,,to the t jeweller from yliorti.jc
had been-bought, •',f his became known
f$ Roths'ohitd, who gave*.it tot'
Musician on the followidg year. 'The
itext day it' returned •to' the 3ewelleet4:-
.This Italic continued until. the. death 'of
the, hanker, and longer still, for his, : sons
kept tip the tradition to the greaksittlafite
lion of Carafe. ' • ' • '
. . .
TUE, problem ..of telegraphing- is . the
Chioese language, arnte Which reqiir&A
- solved in thie'ivay. A. :few tbentiairds.:cif
the chnointers molt used - are ent:rapth
; wooden . blocke. ,-.oAthe opposite side -,of
eadh.blecir is,,ite number. Depiicates.. of
:each' numfahred blocks .are ezicli.teld
leet tho blockewhieh elpresithetlionghis
to,;he transmitted.. aher;operatori tele
,:graphs only. rtho , numerals; designating
these,Weeks, Which gnablet recerrng
- operator to 'Ober.' blooks at ' his
eurr•of the • ":•"
ArtE4AR.K.pLE pmoiogicat controyer ;
BY , 'l'46 n lig <ice hired ' Miles; between
31rAtotiser' Allegan:Evans,: new
thelru_.e , nial.:Of 'spelling the 13 ame.ot the
cilia wdsanr. Dir. Morgels
Evans wtis for rendering the elevently.let
ter d: ivbiie Dir. Rosser , conteridell that
it Should 'be • v:' so' that the word
ba ptoperlt spelled•Uppg'gffivwovatir.t
Rosser could not bring-Mr.-Evans:to.
.hilyway :; ot,thinking. _by fair is:a!ds,
Fade a personal assault 'von throw:
ing Hine into his eyes, in coisequente - of
which Mr.'Evatie is blind,ntilifrAlifaser
-, A - Bnociatxrf: physieinn, Tritha
lactilty .fOr tutspnken" talk and Own
reportn . d•tho ilentb :of . kottent, on
‘!gytivisia; eAtiscil.l3_lol.4lng qn4cl:
inadieines Tor twcr yenta." 'llonhtk.ss there,.
lioni more truth inihis than in - bnlf
long Lntia obicismtionn tlmr4only. ratifla
- 4.41 T who Tr= bittka bj 'the
-other night, deoland as soan as 4e-recov
ered from hie frig,ht, that he `iiil
the amend.' Dot' the . dog Isn't mid."
said 'the 'owner. °Medi" shouted. the
exasperated if icturi,:-.Swhot has de gor.to
homed about r , • -
. . _
. trisuman Pat/ ,petkizt appeais,.
tion of the businesi Who hoing' asked
by the judge, when henpphed fora license
to soli whiskeir, if he woo of -nod 'metal
chottioter r replied. ' 0 " Faith,! I - don't-'ace
the nets sits of .a. Cluustatet
to cell Whiikey: •
.OPP.A I ,IIkIP 3, I)O ,