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THE NEW fNOUTHWKST,: THUBSDAY, aiAY, 1S81
THE IHILI8T ABSA8SIN8 OF THE CZ A It.
v-Andriv Ivnovlth. Jwlaboff, a peasant'! son,
iiilie law In the Odessa University. In 1872 he
vu expelled fur the arrangement of 'an lrinileal
-demonstration against one of the professors. Then
he entered the rank of the SClhtUsu, among whom
he was regarded as one of the leaders.' In Octo
ber, he "went to Alexandrovsk, where he
made 'si mine under the railroad, and on October
30th tried to blow up the Imperial train. The
mine, however, did not explode, on accounttof the
lad oualltV of the conductors used.. Jelaboff wu
-not leen again till March Tlth, whenhe was ar
! rested in 8t Petersburg.- In his possession was
found a large ijuanM'y of dynamite and other ex-
plosives. The digging of the mine under the Ala'
Jala Sadovala (the Little Clanlen street) was con
ducted under his supervision, which fact he read-
.Uy -admitted as well as the entl rearrangement
the plot against the Czar. But he has undoubt
edly to divide the fame and responsibility for that
deed with a delicately nurtured glrL
Mlle. 8ophy J'erovsky (not .Bophle. PieoffckyV
was the daughter of a Htate Councillor and the
.granddaughter of a Minister of the Czar. 8he re
ceived the best Possible education. She was of
:small stature, modest in appearance, and neat in
'dress. Twice Jri-her life she waved her dainty
handkerchief for the destruction of the Czar. On
December 1, 1879, near Moscow, a train was blown
up, having been mistaken for the Imperial one.
That was the work of Hartman ami Sophy l'erov'
party. Her tact and her wonderful self-possession
7 repeatedly averted the discovery of. the Moscow
mine while it. was in process of construction. The
neighboring women many times called on Mine.
7 r?ukhuknXthTas8u7ned name of Hartman) and
Inquired all about Hartman's business. But
-Uophy proved equal to the situation. Day by day
she stood watching the approach of every granger
to the place where' the. mine was under way, and
. ...... . .
pulling the underground bell, tliu warning tne
JClhllixt miners to stop work. 8he kept under
her bed over one huiidnstTxrandsvnaraUcj
jind it was agreed upon that she should Are at the
dy uamltein case the house' should e Invaded by
. the police. .Whenjhe Moscow mine was readjfv
Sophy was sent to signal the approach of the sup
posed Imperial traitu She made the sign, and the
train was blown, up. Sophy and Hartman both
77 .escaped. Now it appears that It was Sophy who
on March 13th made the sign to RysakofT and his
-comrade to throw the bombs that proved fatal to
ihe late Czar.
2 "'ir Nicholas I vanovltch RysakofT (not RussakofT)
-- was twenty years old. He studied in . the St. I W
iersburg School of Mines, where he was admittel
n the xclal recommendation of Count Vlazem
sky, the late chief of the St. Petersburg educa
tional district. IIe received thirty roubles per
"month from a scholarship founded by a wealthy
lumber merchant. He was one of a dozen Nihil
1st detailed with bomlis to meet the Czar,' and it
waa his chance to throw the first bomb. '
.' Hesse Helfihan Is an educated girl of Hebrew
descent. It Is supposed that it was, she and her
companion, Navrotsky (who shot and killed hlm
eiron.MftrclLJ3) tlat, in 1870, laid tlw-mln for
theiCzafon the Odessa Railroad. Navrotsky at
, that time was employed as a switchman., Mile.
Hese was once tried for a political crime and sen
tenced to. be transported, but she. managed to
KlbaltshHfch, aTprlest's son, the manufacturer
of the bombs, was one of the moat Prominent Ter
rorlHts. Xnder dltTerent aliases he is known to
have taken part In the most daring plots.
MikhallofT, who was arrested in the rooms occu
pied by Navrotsky and Mile. Hesse, but not before
x. he wounded three policemen, waa another mem
Jber of ; the Terrorist faction. -' -
1 vi -"nirt
Mm. Garfield. The wife of. the twentieth
President of the United States is a daughter of a
Maryland farmer, Zebu Ion Rudolph, w tose
uncle, tradition says, fought In the lie volution,
a mi,' going to France, espoused the cause of Na
, poleon.and became Marshal of France, the gal
lant and unfortunate Ney. She Is fond
of housekeeping, affectionate, yet decided. In her
rules of household government, and withal a well
balanced, sensible and. Interesting -woman. She
enters the White House with the good wishes of
mat sne win make the executive Mansion a
home as well as a palace, and Inculcate In it the
private a well as the public virtues which should
.doro it Botton Journal. . :
A Horsed axd Woolly Via. JimM Kvl
brother to Sheriff Kyle of Eureka, has on exhibi
tion on Heavenly Jov Knoll, Lower Ruby Hill, a
fenuine horned, woolly nig, weighing 2nj pounds,
ts horns are about four inches in length, and pro
ject from the animal's head In about the same
tyle ss grow the tusks of elephants: but as yet
they are not hard, and cau'be twisted or doubled
p with the hand. The head of the pig Is well de
.iJgg'ppedjJgiith, regular defined snout, butihe eye
and ears are different from those of well-regulated
hog. The eyes are black, large, and very expres-
lve, looking precisely like the optics of a sea
"', lion. Hie ears resemble those of a Newfoundland
dog, and are covered with a variegated glossy
wool. Carton Timet.
An actress advertisethe-following-letter to
John McCullough, tlie tragedian, signed by the
Rev. Dr. Henry W. Bellows: "Allow me to In
troduce my young friend. Miss a young lady
f goofl principles, excellent character, great in
. dustry, and high aspirations. I had her for a time
" comPnlon tor my wife's mother. She has the
friendtlllln Of SOtn of th ni nsvtnrl rwnl In
ui c urjajnon oumra.mg ny, (va, liartot
-7tlre-Rev. t).-1 Frolhlngham, Jlenxjt-W. mg.
THE MIRTHFUL MUSE.
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i. , THK MEN. .- -
At th frcnt thlrtMDth anniversary or Horwis In New
York.aa So men were permuted he present,-M laa Kale
Field was railed upon to reepond to the toast of "Toe
mm God bleea 1 them." MIm Field reaponded thus t
"8hakpeore says that' lotrjofljolee la. a nvtmi exc4
lent t hint, In woman, m aeutlutrnt eympatheUe to KL
Vmal that he absolutely commands women to keep J''
lence. How, then, with the hnu of theM autborltlen' ris
ing befors me, dare Iien my mouth,' except, of eourae,
to lo Juailce to the vtanda of Horoalat Why, ne'vfr
maile hut three poMf-prandlal spreche In my life all In
F.nitUnd and all upon Women, bf whom I was called
upon to return thanks, a eubject far more At to lie em
braced by men. If 1 muat say anything, pray let me
toaat 'the jrentle men ao eonaplruotia by their abaeuoe.
The gVhtlemen, Ood bleaaTlhctu t What could we do r
hould we be without them' T Nothing I '
j Who wollopa ua, and on our eara
Beetowa a bfx that'drawa fiMih tear?.
I? Wo- bullies na and mIIb ua hamea,
- - Make life 4 burden Willi hla guinea f '
. " Who Ukea ua home from, singing school.
And aweetly apooua and plays the fool f
Our eoualn t '
' Who bolda our hand In hla, and kueula
"" Tntll we heed hla tnad-appeatat
Our 'lover I
"Who paya the bllla and undcrgea
The dlaclpllne that Caudle knowaf
Our bualtand I .
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" Who give ua aplnatera good advloe
And take at out and are ao nice?
1 -i Our bacbf lore 1 1 '
"Who, all in alt, are none roo goodr
For human nature 'a dally food?
.'. , -The iuen41od bkaa I hem!"
; -FALSE Fltl ESI H I P.-
l.do wot tremble when' I meet .
The atouteat of my foea? v .
Hut Heaven defend me frm the friend- -- ..
. Who roiues and never goea I ' Bue.
1 Why," aald the h unhand to bis wife.
yoU-lhualjuuruuir and complain ?
Do you not know that murmuring
At ad verve fide ia ever vain ?" .
Nay," aald the worn -wife, "blame not fate j
The grief I feel would not be felt
Were 'l not for that which 'murmur namee
; Twloe o'er when backward apelt." ;
yml Itotr In (.nnbrhtgr TYib'.
Wherraa, on eortaln bongha and fepraya
Now d I vera birds are heart! toeing,
Jlowera their head .upraise
Hall to the return of HprT
TO OU It iP-AT. RONS.
THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' STORE,
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No. 184 First Street.
It la generally conceded that the true foundation of a aueceeaful iKialneas III in la the atudy of the itUrmt of thett 4
(Wowrn aa well aa their own ; for a proper appreciation of Ihe 0MMtmer JtrrU In if urea aucceaa for the producer.
The retnnrkable atiewa of the FARMERS ANI MEClf ANIC8TORE In the paat few-years la a valid and lndlaputabls
llluatratlon of what a atrlct adherence to theae principle will aceomplleh.
' We do mm, aa thimaSnda of nnacrnpuloua partle endeavor to do, gain by oaf mnnt what ranhot be atulned by fair
menae jtrrtrntt tooflVr anmuoayiMe Indueementa toeonatimera, the main Incentive of which la to mlalead them. Tbelr
principle (?) la to make aa much aa they noaalbly can on the fnt mtle, without toonaultlng a future malntenanoe of
ruatom. Theae practleea have wrecked eounlleaa flrma upon the aea of dlaaater.
We employ a'atafl of aaleamen who eater diligently and attentively to the roqulrementa of our Cuatomera, thereby
tnanrtnr a TatllttmeTtTrTheaMlnaTTHnc imtdl yrnfiU, quick
arifm, one price, and eonrteoua treatment of oil r patrons the principle which have carried, with almoat one bound, the
FARMERS' AND MECHANIC STORE to the hlgheat pinnacle of auooeaa.
We, therefore, with the greateat feeling of eoufldence, call your attention to our Extensive Htock of (
Clothlngf ' . r ;
Doots and Shoes.
. Hats and Caps,
Dry Goods, r
- Groceries, Etc.
Theae flood being the careful aele tlon of our California and Eastern Buyer, we offer them with an aaanranee that
we can substantiate all we have atated. . ' . , .
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The aonga of thoae aald bird arouae
The memory of our youthful hours, 7'"r"
Aa green aa thoae aald spray and liongha, .
" A frcah and sweet aa those atd flowers. '
CUi, bualvat tenn of Cupid' Court,
When tender plalntlfTa action bring? -
Mcaafin 4f fnlle and of ort .
Hail, aa aforeaald, gentle Spring!
With her dimpled chin upon her hand, .
And her crlmaoh elbow on her knee,
'it la not hard to nnderatand ,"3 "
. With her fuce with rapture beaming.
And her eye upon the floor,
Hhe la thinking, eh ts'dreamlng,
t. : W The manibeoeadirer-
Thenahfl lifts Just ey'ea of blue
To a drea upon a chair;
Rut, although that dreaa la new.
Mure, her thought cannot be there,
Ah, a atnll ofptetJure flutters
' (lently o'er that face ao pure,
Ai her. thought the softly utter t
"I will cut It rompudour." . "
I have drrRm. Hometlmea I dream Of pie .
- In the full meaning of that aplendld word
The subtle mine pie, which few men can eat, .
.Though all may tackle. ItAperchahce to die.
Ita soggy rruat, by count lea ratal na klaaed.
Burled In tallow that wMI make you pitch
And dive around, and dream about the WMch
Of Endor and aome more unpleaaant thing.
You wake at 4 A. at., and 'gin U klck
A steers are aald to do In current slang.
- Victim e Ktln Whfrtrft Cookery.
To funk, or not to funk, that I the queatlon
- Whether 'twere better on the whole to weaken.
And now withdraw the vexing nomination
-Of. Robertaon, or stoutly stick to him, '
' And fight ft out with. Roaooe. To light, to atlck J
No more; and by thi fight to get the bulge
. On (inkling, Grant, and alt the stalwart crew,
And win the eeond heat t a consummation
Devoutly to be wlabed. To fight, to atlck t
To atlck I perchance to wilt aye, there's the rub f
. For In this mill for spoil what blows may com
When I have shuffled oft this roil of peace,-..
Muat give me pause. There's the respect
That make calamity of boughlen peace
. Kor who would toearanonlrimneg iJhrugi;
The quiet yet ssrcaatle utterance.
The preaaur of a treacberoua bunch of live,
----- The arrogance and Inaolencs and staba, f
That I, for Inatanee, would from Itoacoe get, . -
When I myaelfj by merely bracing op, .
- 'Might torn the table ? Who would Conkllng bear.
...... To wither under htw tyrannle away, "
" But that the dread of aomcthlnf In a mill '
Undreamed-of ataylng power, aclence, game.
Which In the end would tell puttie ths will, ...
And make on think .he'd rather water take r'
. Than stick to Robertaon," and, Roacoe brave?
Thus office doth make coward of as all; .
"And thai th naUve hue of patronage -la
sicklied with a sorehead stalwart's greed
And paertoth? al m a and pur poaea, , . ..'
Ith this rtigard.afeoin the mleHrack"awltchHt: f
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