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A. H. EtTCKNER,
'POWER EVER 8TEAUNQ FRO TRS MART TO THE FEW.
Eorron and Pbomietob.
VOL. 8 NUMBER 44
BOWLING-GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1841.
WHOLE NUMBER 448.
TKKXS $9 SO if paid wrthia tares neathe.
SJ3 00 if paid aariag the year
3 SO if mot nis aariBf toa year.
T aav-at far tba time they bar raceivad them, mot
awrwiraooT. ! len Uladiator stared his conqueror in the
wmkTZ as a corpse, his eye. starting out of their
aapartaaastopMd, aad pay all arrearapia. I sockets, looked down upon the pair unable
rra!TiaBicj8Tij. to open his quivering lip he gnsped as it
1 OOsaraqnara.for 13 liaaaor lea, tortlia first tar . , h ne w L j b
lion, aadSOeoata for each contiooaaea. .me usi n. pe was served.
CTAdrti(mot mortba marked with tha aomber By heaven! ot last he exclaimed to
of iaantioaa that ara raaaaatad; othentiaa, the? vill ba Seneca ubv heaven! he shall not die haf-
aaatiaaaa UB (WM. aad eharfad accordingly. No fledot done 9lain by jDobe Goth
vanatioa from tboaa retaa ia aay caaa. , i, . ,
AdfartiaamaaU from adiataaea. and from peraons I Dj Mara! It IS too bad, and in order to ar
ka -whom hava aa currant aeeoeata. aiaot ba ae. rent the attention of Majes'icus, and ave
enaaaaiea by lha ana. at oaaaa r-rmmb rafeiaaca fBVOrjte, in a !ld Voice exclaimed, "What
-Tr. ..i I .k. k. mMrr. : ho! Majesticcs!"
rthav will aol ba attended to.
Coonn'Hiieationa of a Peraonal Character, will ba
barged doable the ratee af advartiainf .
From fittrf oa't Genllrm al'i Madeline.
A SLetch from the Reign of Aero.
r WILET POPE HvLE. JACKSON, TESNSEX.
Iee before rue theGIadiatorlir;
lis lean apua hi ham! hi n.ar.ly brow
Consent, tc death, hut conquer acmy ;
AJ hi, droV'l hea l Mtilci grailnallr low.
The theatre was crowded to ove: flowing.
The blood thirsty Nero, attended by liurrhus
and Seneca, had already arrived, and taken
his usual seat high above the arena, to wit
ness the combat. A more disinterested ex
pression of countenance cannot be conceiv
ed, than that which characterized the features
of the emperor, as he sat looking down up
on the arena, now prepared for (lie sacrifice
of his victim. The popul ice. long since ac
customed to such fiendish exhibition of his
tyranny, had commenced their uso. il prac
tice of hissing at the appenranre of Nero,
who now rose to Ins feet, and demanded in
an authoritative tone of the attending lictors
to bring forth the dero'.ed combatants. Im
mediately, at this command, the wide and
heavy door which firmed the entrance to
the arena, flew ajar, as if by magic, and
sword in hand, appeared the devoted Gladia
tors, who, forcert by the fk:ii;3 into liie cen
tre ol the arena, in silence awaited the sig
nal ta commence. Tne one was an athletic
slave the favorite of the inhu nan monarch
of Rome trained from his infancy to the
sword, to execute the private deeds of ven
geance of his royal master. With a careless
airof self-confidence he stood rega'iiing hisi00 innomire!
unwilling but haughty antagonist with a
smile of contempt, ns he proudly signified to
the emperor his Teadiness to commence the
ConniCl, wnicn was io mm .n unci to mr
already innumerable crimes ! Neru The
other was a Goth! who. lor some pretended
oflence, had incurred the displeasure of Ne
to. and bv bis order had been condemn' d to
fwht the skillful Glailiaior lietore himself :md
tlie populace. He seemed to be a man some
yeais past the meridian of life, and his fur
rowed cheeks anil silvery io"hs gave evia-ni
proof of past care nd sorrow. Without ex
hibiting the least sign of fear or trepidation,
he informed the lictor of his willingness to
begin the combat, at the same ti ne he cast
one fire well. lingering ! tk cf..irls the as
semb'y of pe.ipl", as if cxpe-'iug to be!i--M
some loved one for the la! ' it instant
ly he turned away. di.inr-'inre at nt me
ing the fami iirc'iii.ten-iric.e l the one ex
pected. The populace were now evi ientlv
moved to sympathy at the appc.iratice of the
veneiable co nb uant, his gray hairs, wiink
led b'ow, mtjestic air. and ntihle bearing, a'l
conspired to excite and amuse the dormant
feelings of humanity, in favor of the prison
er, and loud murmurs of disapprobation
might be dis'inctly beard to issue from the
gallery. In a short lime the noise increased,
and the words of D -wn w ith the tyrant!"
Let's slav the murderer!" were successive
ly wafted to th ears o! the nff'ighied N-ro.
who. foaming at the mouth, now arose and
exclaimed -By Jupiter! the slave that
speaks shall fight himself now silence, fools.
- and let the fight commence."
At these words, Majesticns, the prisoner
started from his teverie. His whole frame,
which before had appeared so calm, was now
distorted with rage, fire flashed from his
hitherto tlull black eye turning to the citi
zens be exclaimed. '-Romans ard friends! lis
ten while 1 tell you the cause if thi; have
ye daughters! I had one i.nd I loved her,
. but the tyrant '
Attack him, Sextos!" exclaimed the en
raged emperor, to the Gladiator, fearing some
.sudden disclosure. Scarcely had the com
mand been given, when the hireling lave.
already tired of the long delay, rushed with j
' an impetuous attach apon his unspractised ,
opponeu JThe shock though unexpected,
. was received by the victim ;n a manner
.wrorthv of a more experienced swordsmans;
at the tame time recovering, ne mniciea up-
, ..,.. i
IB1IBI BIVCK U IIIO iiaic m
caused him to stagger, streaming with blood,
across the arena. Loud shouts of applause
.' bow rent the theatre, and the Goth, astonish
ed at hit own success, followed up his ad van
tage, and repeating his blow, brought the Ro-
' man to bis knee. All were now on the tip
toe of expectation loud cries of "Slay the
. . &. - V- , .i.n. n mnnnn u.' 1 1 if r
Tfllsm," now burst from the Mats, and the
.sword of the prisoner was raised hizh above
j the head of hn enemy, to perform the wish
, of the people! Silence, deep and death-like,
now pervaded the whole assembly; the
At the mention
of his name, the Goih
suddenly turned towards the speaker, when
I the agile Sextus sprang to his feet, and with
renewed vigor continued the combat with so
i much dexterity as to gain the advantage in
j a few passes, for the Goth not expecting
such a movement, now acted entirely on the
defensive. The emperor smiled ma'icinuslv
las he perceived the effect of his artifice.
I The skill of the practised Gladiator was now
i brought to bear, and the inequality of the ' hereafter: N
I an.Knl anc uvt r-Iafrll' r rr-Ai M.. ,t..laS the tumult
, ......... ... ... ui, ii ri mc
strokes of Maieslicns waxed fainirmnH fiin.Jate. S'av, slave, cans't thou not help? is
Iter at every blow of bis antngonit. who em-
bollened by his success, and confident of;
J victory, directed, his blows with m.tre ski!!
'Cur-ed treachery!" cried the Goth, 8 :
covered with wounds and streaming with j hidden dagger.
blood, he nerved his arm to the utmost, sum- "What mcan"st tl ou, slave!" asked Nero,
moninj his re nainins strenah, he aimed one: 'n "n alarmed voice.
desperate blow i at the breast ot hi opponent,' '-To save my master!" was the cold re
who. skilfully avoiding the pass, at the i spose. "Sav. sire! dost thou recolloct the
time he plunged his weapon, Tenvs Cnpulo
inio me nearioi nu victim: ine tumult in
the gallery increased. The emperor prepar
ed hastily to depart a shriek, loud and
heart-rending, now burst upon the ears of
the spectators! and a female apiearinj at
the entrance of the arena, proclaimed at
once the cause of the disturbance. She w as
beautiful in the extreme tale and niarlle-
like. she stood like a statute reirardin" the
Gladiators. Her dres was of sootless white
simple, but arranged with a taste of ex-!
trne neatr ss. nd her it-liac!r hair hitnr
in festoorrs nearly down to her very feet. I
At last, recovering from her petrifaction, she
rushed between the combatants just as Sev'
tus had withdrawn his fatal weapon, wh,..i
aio.ing to repeat his blow, to make death
more crrtam. riiftt Ins bla.'e aain in the
-Father!" murmured the dying girl, as the'
red blotid st:-i aed h r spotless garments
-f nher! I am dvin! l-l'ss me, father, ere I
Il i!mv chitil! it i it is mv Minn
tvrin" villain! !i:i! h i! i.a!" ex-'si.ned the
dving lather, in a voic ol distracted anonv,
and stigL'ering ba'-k. he fell on the arena a
lifeless corp-e. i:ih'a -ini even in death the
inanimate form of his martyred daughter.
The assembly again broke forth in rebellious
epithet Jig.iinst the emperor, and some were
hastily approaching to pu their threa s in
exerution, when Nero, warned by Senecjiof
his danger, retrea'ed amid the curses of the
rabble, by a back way to his palace
rtillrhi trA lo nmtt- a lii.n.ti hil.-ftev
All Ihi. iulir-t rniWt h bl-ift.l ahnll he eifire.
And unaveMtea ? Anae.e Gothland fut ,nr ire.
I w i mi iMig"l. ir;e emperor naa long
since tetiied to his apariment. Helay upon
Ins couch, wrapped in irregular slumbers, ar.d :
annovrd by iinwelcome dieatns. Ila! ha! 1
ha!" "exclaimed he. in his s'eep, see,she rlie
iia. is she Ins datightei ! Then I am avenged I
i. . . i .
Cffisar' blood? No the blood of the bated
The roars of the
tumul', occasioned bv
the enraged people, were now wafted to the
let a save ie:rn i;ow io innailiiuiih. n,n.. rn hiril. and u nr enmne eri to
ea.s of the u..ii(terer the monarch of Rome i per,.ip ret a trifle more for our labor. But : 1,11 Pla,'k ol wk,K,1 or ,!at si"1" vet so anx
who.awakei.ing and springing from his chach. 4 :,ias! sorrv Iarn , be compelled to stv it.,'"" are these c: eatu.es to gel at l he salt, that
h.s-ilv put on his armor, and stood in the 'jMStlre is ind. and dim indeed is the vision crrcely thesi.yest of them wid refuse it from
,-en-re of the apartment, the very picture of 0f o-mlence." !t:,e n,1,ld o( ,h'' fPrs"n xv', ?,,PP!iP "
,er'rr and dismay. " Here the stanger, touched bv the power-1' n interesting sight to w.tnessiwo or three
. i-a;... ".!r,veihn!dosttho,iBleeoifol re..,:,ris of the vnnr? flower" itirl. was seen hundred sheep come at the farmers Call,
when a vffisar
Iwait your commands," answered a tall
youth, enteiing the apartment of the em
oeror. He was a ynng man just ripened in
to manhood, dressed in the garb of the com-
. i.... I.; nrnminent fefltores and
uion fclive, uui r"-- , - .
the clusters or CUiiy rmg.eis, wu.cn nung .n
rich profusion round his shoulders, proclaimed
him to have been oorpu. yi-n,.,.
Having made his obeisance to ion emperor,
he retired towaros mo .uuw w.u..
looks the principal street in front of the
nd had the emperor observed more
;..'' l. mK,ht have seen him clutch fran-
ciosriy, ... , . n
- danger, wbicn was dui paruany
conceaieo , . , , v
-See'st thou any thing!" asked Nero, in a
Toice rendered eereel udiWe by fear;
-see'at thou any thingt-for the sake ol Rome
what means this uproarr
a .mil of triumph lighted up the pale
faatnraa of the youth, aa he turned to the
SnpeSr,dd-'Fly,.ir.! fly! there
no time to spare 'tis Vindea, the Gaul fly.
sire! fly! followed by the people and the
Prstorian guards, he approaches the place
fly. sire! fly" exclaimed aga&and again the
youth impetuously. ;V "
Fy! slavet fly from whom! a Caesar flyt
by the Gods! if thou darest otter that word
again, I'll cleave thee in two!"
The noise increased now to a ten-fold
degree. The emperor trembled the
shouts of the mob could -Bow be dis
tinctly heard neaver and' nearer they
approaiched the place. Nero retired
to the window. "Ho, tbf ."tyrant! down
wi.h the tvmnt! ' exclaimed'the Gaul with
out, as he endeavored to force on entrance in
to the place. Alarmed for his immediate
safely, Nero approached the slave, and aflec
tionately laying his hand on his shoulder,
said, in a voice as mild as fear would permit
Vindicus! dost thou love thy master!"
44 Jos t doubt thy slave, aire?'' answered
the youth emphatically.
"By heaven 1 do not! but nee! the whole
of Koine is against me. The Prtctorian band
and Burrhus, and ail. are ungrateful rabble
assist rue now. slave! and command a Caspar
y, be quirk," retreated Nero,
increased, '"or 'twill be too
t!ier" assi-tunce? hast thou no safety T
have!" muttered Vindicus.
"TJnxr whispered the slave through h:s
clenched teeth, drawing Irom his bosom the
"Well, what ot him, boy!"
He was "
Hj! excljin.ed the emperor, "and the girl
My sister!" answered the youth wildly.
Ila!" cried Nero, Jot thou threaten me
. slave! OT villain! or I'll strike th-e head at
mv leel! Threaten a Cajsar!bv he i von! tn
peifidy complete oh! save m
I know not
what I say ! No! no! no! tnou will not !
All hell is leagued against me hoy! villain!.
''! stand out "my way !" Ho! there! guards.'
ho! ho! treachery!"
"Then vengence! to your duty!" cried, the t
youth, ns he siezed the emperor by the j
mroat. ana nutiing mm prosiraie on
,fl,Mir "Thus! thus! I avenge thee! father!'.,, )(.rti!es an American citizen in7ead of
sister', and lie tiiineii ins nagger deep, deep
in the heart of the lyrr.nl!
From lh BnUimnrr Argus
Ti e fallowing r.ct;:a'!v t".-k place in our j our faces in very shame at the degraded po
pitv a few dats since. Tiie dialogue wa 1 si'ion of iur government If fore the civilized
con Im-'ed in a sort of low toned voice, and
t!iirc!..re it isn'it likelv the l arain wasove'-
bea'ed bv :i?iv of the bystanib-rs; but. as an
evidetxe t f the truth of the matter, tl
trutii ot llitt matter, tne
mates of the fortunate young laily have by
this time, perceived that one of their num
ber has all of a suddrn left their ranks.
j "How do you sell those flowers?"' said a
;good looking stranger, from one of the South
: ern s'ates. to a pt'etty iiit'e damel in mar-
! ket, the other day, who has hi'herto been!
1 compelled to sell ninds. roie nnd similar.
inroi.irc lrknAt!v In rnn:ntni-l herslf nrr!
Twenty five cent, si
said the maiden,
' hntritn r t r lha r tfrn gf ttlA rrf.n t tcrii'i n n
weetscented l unch.
'Chen;." said the Southerner.
"So much so, that I c-mnot ih sih!v con -
ceive how vou can mike a livin- 'at the
r" said the pretty Iettle damsel,
i . . n
do ,he bet we can. By economy, sir, we do
manace to pet a lonz. IJid those who live
in twittering palaces hut know how severe
... . . , . i
i ,f,e , (f the dnected and poor, we might
row. Recovering, however, he contenuedv
, . . i ft
as to! lows:
' I know not what, sir," Slid the girl.
Turn your attention to speculation."
"1 ktiow not what kinds, sir, and if I did,
I am not possessed of the capital."
Oh, miss" said the gentleman, "there are
some kinds of speculation in which, to meet
with success, a capital is not required."
Name it, sir."
"Sir," said the maiden, my, chances in
that kind of speculation are poor, poor in
deed." Perhaps not so poor as yo imagine."
I have now cn my hands a dear, dear fa
ther and mother to support by my little earn-
nn nnA in marrv a VOUth 8S poor SS mvself
would only be heaping misiortunate on our
already overburdened shoulders."
But perhaps in the search you might fall
in with some one who has more of this
world's treasures than yourself."
"But to get him," modestly articulated
the young lady. " .
"'Twere an easy task if he loves yoo."
uBut where shall I find him which "way
shall I look r
Here, my pretty one," laid the gentle
man, at the same time throwing his eyes
upon the flower giH in such a manner as to
leave not a doubt in her mind that she was
adored by the stranger.
The reader will please pardon us for not
giving the remainder of the dialogue; for we
do not think it right that every one should
know the little love talk of two hearts unt
ied in one common cause. Suffice it to say,
that the couple became more united with
each other that the stranger did buy the
flowers of the maiden, and, as compensation
he pave her his fortune of one hundred thou
sand dollars, with, by the by a written con
tract that herself should be" thrown into the
bargain. They are now man and wife the
aged parents are comforted in their declining
years; the maid is no longer compelled to
vend her nosegays: the pair are on their
wav to their new residence, and the stran
ger, doubtless, bless the hour he visited the
ri'y of monuments, and went to buy the
blue eved maiden's rharmintr posits.
DisnRACi.ru t. Pusillanimity. The repre
sentative of the British government, at
Washington, Mr. Fox, in his letter addressed
to Daniel Webster, demading the release of
I McLeod, uses the following haughty and
u B.il be that as it may, Her Majesty's Go
vernment foim illy demand, upon tne grounds
already slated, the immediate release ot Mc
Leod; and her Mxjes'y's Government en
treat the President of tha Uni'ed States to
take into his most ielilieraie consideration
the ser.ous nature of the consequences whnh
must ensue from a iejec:ion of his demand."
U. ori which Mr. Webster, like a scared
chi'd or n whippied CUr, w-riles to Mr. Crii
tenJen as follows:
You are well aware that the President
i.as no power to arre-t the proceedengs in
ihc civil and criminal Courts m the State of
N-'v York. 17 this indictment were pendtnz
( ,-..! the cnnrl, of the I'nileil States. I
, Htro-tr-d to sav :h..: ih President, upon
t,e rr-oeipt of Mr. Fox's last communication
would have immedia'elv directed a nolle pro-
t be en!ere(j."
j ,w tie fe;ow quails before the snarl of
elt(lP R. Lion! Instead of staiding erect
, ,,. lf) d rrpul.lic
j,he jj.,ro ,l(
, energectic manner of
Orleans, when France
demanded an apoligy Daniel Webester tru
ck'es, basely t:u.:kies to the arrogant threat
of the Biitish Min'iter. Well mav we hide
world, brought about by the present ad
ii inistrati m. Do mt thoe who lent their
! aid to bting about the defeat of the Demo-
cratic p:irtv, leel n though tl.ev shnnid
pent in sackcloth nnd ashes? jVeut Era.
FONDNESS OF FARM STOCK FOR
In this country a
small portion only of
e community have tried the
alt upon firm stock. The
emuciicv ot salt upon
with which it is devoured bv both
j cattle ntid sheep, end even by horses, is as-
': touisl.mg; while the inU.ience gained over
them tnroiigli their eagerness to obtain it is
.equally surprising. A lew nooks ol sneep
or 3r"ke OI cat:'" "n.v i'lftanuy ne orougi.t
1 together as il by magic. Irom every corner
ol ..n extensive pasture, provided they can
I hear the voices or see the person ot turn
I i I . -.1. II
! w" comes PP ea wun a smau quantity
. ,"' ...
... .-..i. i..i- .in nnr i ir.n t.ini imi i nara a.
i al1 " to dis'riLutea, tney come noun-
t . r, rw a i tilt r. m I n I n tf I ,alP I a l at eorPI'
as last as H eir legs can carry
Tuough the common practice is to
dT"s lle sa t ". s'n 'i ruue trougtis. or up-
bleating and frolicking, and somewhat incon
veniently hemming him in by their pressure
on all sides, vv un regara io can e. it is
haidlv safe to venture into an rpen pasture
with suit in your possession: for so eager are
, - . . . . , ii . : .
for desosittnc it upon the places intended for
-. i . 4- i
il, or even upen the ground, if nothing else
be at hand. Huge oxen, with long formida
ble horns, are rather rough con p inions when
they press closely around you; and it some
times happens that you experience much dif
ficnltv in celling vour formidable friends sat-
fitd. Horses are under a similar influence, j
although thev seldom exhibit their partiality
in so striking a manner. During some years
I owned a fine and noble animal; but when I
first purchased him he was somewhat shy
and intiactable. In the smmer season he,
along with two or three others, was turned
out to grass, ana noiwitnsianomp ine gen
tlenessand tameness of his companions, it
was with the greatest difficulty that he wasjTpnjpemnee Society and we have
halted when thus running at Urge. OatSjWtuals no," was Ae reply.
Indian com, and other tempting things war
offered to him in vain, bat when one ha bael
tasted salt, he forthwith became the slava of
his passion; salismanic power was wonder
ful, for from that day aoy individual about
the farm could easily take him captive, pro
vided half an ounce of salt was offered aa a
bribe. Indeed it was not necessary to coax
him to suffer imself to be taken; on the eon
trary, he would come voluntarily to hit en
slaver and endedvor to coax him oat of hie
t&UMartlane llxpretx, May 17, 1841.
To C Scald ob Sua. Disaolva
a piece of allum, about the size of a walnut,
in a half pint of water, in which knmeree a
linen cloth. Apply the wet cloth to the
part affected, and let it lie until relief ia ob
tained. Washing in alum water, is said also to be
an effectual cure for children.
We witnessed, ourself, a few daya since,
(says the editor of the Southern Planter,)
the most miraculous effects from the above
recipe, applied to a little boy who had been
unfortunately scalded. The child was wi th
ing in agony when the wet cloth waa ap
plied; he soon afterwards fell into a tweet
s'eep.and awoke in a few hours completely
relieved, except in a small portion of the
burn which was inadvertantly neglected.
That part continues still sore, the after appli-
cation of the water seeming to be not as et
' fectua' as in the earlier stage,
Apologizing. It is related of the immor
tal David Crockett, that being at a menage
rie in Washington, he called the attention of
a friend to a solemn-faced monkey, who had
fixed upon him a searching glance, and asked
him if he didn't think Jack was the image
of a certain ill-featured member of Congress
from Onio. Turning round at the moment,
who should stand at his elbow but the very
member himsell! "I'm in a fix, and no
mistake!" exclaimed David; but after a mo
ment's hesitation he added; "but if yeuH tell
me kmc, I'll apologize; I'd go ahead at once,
but I don't know, whether to apologize to
you or to the Kt'inhyr
A Goon Stort. We have heard a great
many pleasant stories in cur day, but just at
this peculiar juncture we are unable to think
of any this? which will even hold a candle
to the one which follows: If any two leg
ged animal. i'h a 'human face, divine" fere
front is-piece, can tell any thing more reasona
ble we shon d be eiceedingly happy to hear
it. y. O. Picayune.
In the days of our grandfathers there wia
one Joe Bowers, conspicuous above all
wooers for his unremitting attention to hie
Hady love." By night and by day, in storm
and in calm, he knew but one road, and that
led to his mistress' home. His, dog his horse,
his cat every thing that belonged to him
went that way, and no other. Even an old
pair of boots which be threw away one night,
were found the next morning kicked against
her door, with the tot s turned out just aa he
used to w ear them, having travelled two mi
les in a dark rjighl. with no other guide than
their own knowledge of the road.'
M I cm not a bar.k man. Once in mv life
I was. and then they fr- CHEATED ME
OUT OF EVERY DOLLAR I PLACED
IN THEIR HANDS." Genera Harrison"
sp& ch, it Dayton, Oidc, Sep!. 10, 1841.
It will be a p -or story te tell, that the
whig, after charging Mr. Van Burro's ad
ministration with the most monstrous ex
travagances, have found it necessary to in
crease the expenses of the countfr SIX
TEEN MILLIONS '. ! ! AortricA, Cu Au
rora. Another Sa Patch The Buffalo Com
mercial says: "An intimation publicly given,
that a veritaMe descendant of the celebra
ted Sam Patch, would lead frem the mast head
of a vessel in our harbor, yesterday, drew
together avast concourse of spectators te
w n ness the exploit. The jumper selected
the top of the foremast of the schooner San
dusky, an eminence of some 65 feet, from
which he leaped amid the loud huzzas of the
larzarcni. The hero's patronymin appellation
is not. as ho had stated Joha Smith, but Wil
liam Kinnv. and New York city, not Hack-
sack, N. J. claims his birth. ,
The Intelligencer, Madisonian, and Char-
, i-..: . .i i. j-..v.:i ,k..i
lesion i miio. ,Koaft uuuuuuj ujau i.w mAj-
tmn ot tne rresiaen in reiauoD o uio oana
bill. If he vetoes, it is an end forever m
this country to the whole banking system.
N. O. Adv.
ErueATiox. IxTcupsaANce Afro Calsrc. Of
the persons convinced in New York for the)
last six months 225 could read and write,
85 could read l-ut not write, S05 had received
igiou intruction, 150 were .temperate.
227 intern, en te or moderate drinkers; $70
were single. 208 married; before convicted
jjnevei before convicted S61 )b
Whv don't von come after cold victoala
as usual." said alady to a boy who had for
. Inn time been a daily visitor tor that sney
r;es cf chari'y. fcFaiher has joined the-