jif ittm jnaiTjjCfijpj -mii.U iiujBBJgS?gj-'t!-I-jjj-
Vltfl 11 111!
inj1r It must be confessed, but a Strang
tninUMi gleed Ms feet U tb ground. .
iNelsoa Radford," blared lb otber. " Find
rev rcorderst I Ik Ink yoo lo escape me "
While the spectre hsd beeo speaking, Hrsd
ford summoned p tbe little spark of courage
tlolterlng la hU boeom, and exclaimed
"Am fever to be tboi tormented? Oat ef
my path, demon cf hell 1 Why do y ou pursu s
tnt Away I"
Th otter Uogbed hollow, and mockingly
"Whydraou of bMf why? why? I ask
yoa, areassin, nhy?"
, And grasping Bradford's shoulder, with a
J istsMy band, the apparition drew front t
neaTh. U Ooak eA, and waved It clos
toMttMntoMnAW Tbo wr4oh sank to tha
Iround7a.rrfvdof his sense, f-l" w
miUotST the ska.? figure, turn.
'1 wooder'lf too night air can harm such
aod Tow Um hat not com yet, though,
ceurd matUt, not yet I" ar.d like lb mist of
evening ittspersed by th winds, It wai rod.
gome bourn elapsed before Nelson recovered,
AmdstairjrirlagtohUfeet, bo itood motlonUM
for a moment, and then fled M faat M ho coo d.
Wheat ceo again la hi own room, bo curiod aid
gnssbed bU teeth wildly, for tbo poia ot hi
UOBood Hmb mi almost unendurable. Being
veryeM,bhojTkvdy undressed, and hasteaed
to bod to try to steep,
Tbo boon of slumber wort frsoght w 1th fesr
fal dreeme, from which be would fUrt, o find
Urasvttaprtgtit la hit couch, with the cold heeds
re sweat pouting frcm bis brow. Vi llh morning
Si eonfidVnc ta hi. ownirori wu again torn.
"afhnihiui lb runaway sUvs in tho tepuUI
fcanntsd bous was snoring laundry 1 wbea
Bradford bad loTt Mm hit fear of tbo ghost at
Cm got tbo boiur if him, but throslrg himytf
apofl Ttbo floor ho aoon forgot thorn, and Ml
it lorg after, while bo wa (till uncoil-
do , the mytnoui ustenor again enioroa .
the tai'ding, and itopplng ioflly Into the room,
. ..t l.t Iia u wrAnl In fclumhon '
kTwaajaUiBod. andturnlnK away, murmured. I
?. i7lJiit iriM 1 onr fiiiDrant mloJ
Toor, btUhtodlompeyl youi gnorani rniou
niT piy "i"'" "j -- - -----.Jod
Tou'ovtd joar maa'er) that Uone redeen
If a quality." And tbo speaker ascended tho
atalra wllbiut arousing tb slave.
THE WEEKLY SUN.
s.trri:iMr mouxixo, di:c. io, m.
Ials apo'rea as a Italrr.
Wuitetsb may be said of Loin NAro
uos's cbaractrr as a man, It must be admitted
thst bepcBMsrea remarkable qualities as a ruler
PlfcDe It maybe doubteoT whether he could,
without the great prestige of bis uncle, tbe first
Nai-ouoh, Iisto tatsed himself to any rery
Mfch position, not to say a throne In France, j et
he perseverance, the tact and Success with
hkh he availed himself of the name and fame
which he Inherited, to recover what the first
JUrouoH lost, shows him to be one of tbe
world's greatest men.
lint Lons NAi-oucoa has had advantages
-which the hereditary potentates of Europe
hare tot had. lie has learned In the hard school
ot eiperience. Thcugh born a l'rince, the mis
fortunes of bis family made him a wanderer and
an outcast for many years of his life. At times
admitted Into the most cultivated circles, and at
other times thrown Into the companionship of
U the rulgar and reckless, be had opportunities
to study human nature la all Its various phases.
Mingling with all classes and conditions of men,
be could observe tbe motives and Influence
which directed or controlled their opinions and
actions. But whether a concealed visitor in
I'a'.t, a resident, in&ynHo, In IJelgtum, a refu.
e m Switzerland, a wanderer in America, a
prisoner In the fortress of Ham, or a volunteer
defender of law and order In London, bis en
grosslrg thought waa his destiny to become the
ruler of fiance, and bis special study the char
acter f the French people.
lie was sedulously preparing himself for
wielding tbe sieptre of power over a people rest
Jess, ambitious, anj extravagantly fond of glory.
In th school of adversity be lerned patience In
tb pursuit of his ends. In his banishment be
learned tho Insincerity of courtiers, the duplicity
of statesmen, and the venality of political load
ers. As one proscribed, and as a Conspirator, ho
learned the necessity of concealing his purposes,
of keeping a close watch o er Ids words. In a
word, bis chequered life, before the revolution
cf 1848 opened the way fur bis return to France,
thoroughly educated him for the part which he
bas sines plav ed. lie bad the talent to turn to
account his vsrled experiences, and be baa dis
played the high faculty of using his knowledge
for the promotion of lis own ambition, and the
aggrandizement of the na'Jon over which be
It Is unnecessary to go over th history of his
aets sloe 1848. first as a member of the Ns
llonal Assembly, then as Trttdc'ent of th Re
public, next as dictator alter th coup d'etat , and
lattly aa Emperor. Inall,hehaa shown athor- 1
cess, sagacity, and an executive ability, which
have made him an object of v, ondsr and fear to
those who once scoffed at him as a miserablo
outcast and silly adventurer, lie rules, no
doubt, as a tyrant, but France seems to need
uch a tyrant. He is a hard schoolmaster, who
is training Frar.ce for freer govorment. II may
think that be Is establishing a Napoleonic dy
nasty, but, as be cannot transmit Ms own ex
ecutive talents to bis successors, so be cannot
ensure them the same control over tbe French
Twopletbat be possesses.
Exrratlea of Jeka Ore wo.
Jobh Baovt st, the hero of the Harper's Ferry
'lLSumctlon," wss executed last Thursday at
Charleston, In the Suts of Virginia. The chiv
alry of tbe Old Dominion, will breath easier
new, and Gov. Wise can dismiss his grand army
ct defence to their peaceful homes, as all fears of
a rescue mutt be at an end. We bav no specs
to-day to mak extended comments but we
may say that Baowa's case stands without a
parallel In our criminal annals, and I likely to
exert a wide-spread Influence upon the political
future tf the country.
But while ltftowa cannot be regarded as a com
mon murderer who raised Ms band against his
fellow-beings from tte Impulse of a brutal pas
sion, or to gratify an Infernal avarice, It U only
the wild extravagance of fanatical teal or the
reckless sjilrlt of political demagoguery thst
wm attempt to elevate blm to the rank of a
martyr who foifeits his life In a holy and patri
Death. ! Washington Irvtag.
Tt eommunlly were shocked and painel but
Tuetdsy, by the Intelligence that tbe most eml
Mnlanung our American writers, WasmauToa
Iavuo. was dead. stfr. liTIN died on Mon
day evening, at his quiet fiome on tb banks, of
the Hudson, where th calm evening of Us life
Las been passed. He retired to rest, about half
past ten, and while In th act of undressing,
fell, and almost It stintly expired. This event
bas not Won altogether unexpected, a fallirg
health bad for some time admonished Us frUnds
-that th end WM approaching. The Commercial
Hives Um following Interesting sketch of bis ill l
WASBTaevoa Uvraa was born April Id, 1188, la
the etty of Dew York i In William street, between
John aud rultua etn, not far from thOUl Dutoh
Cnnroh now oocuA4 by th elte of th M Washing
ton fcos. The tetter of Mr. lsvwe wss a native
at flnoHann1 1 us mother a native of F"git , At
the Usee of bis Una his fathsr bad been settled as a
merchant, la this city sum termty yeara. After ob
taining aa ordAary sohoul education. WASHUMrioa
lsviaa, aA the age of aUteep, oninmoneed th study
tf thessw. Three yeys later, undu th signature
of " Jonathan Oktstyle," he eootribuVed a aerlee of
Jesters to th JferaAw CAreafcie, a nempaoar. of
-wblott bM btvjthw, Pawa Uvdm, was editor. Theee
aAraetsd asuoh nosiee, were ex1nalvWoiHed. and
Saothor'ssaoettoD. In 1804 be aaued fee Bordeaux,
me vis to stunt for bla health, la bis travels b
went to Franoe, Oenoa, fiicily, croastag from Psler
ano to Ksples,pasalng through Itslyseetlng Auaiosi
t Roma, who aovlaed thA be should devote himself
tsars. Altar several months eteV on the oontlnens,
bewoattolCngtausdand returned to New York In
Starch, 1804. tally reetored to health. U thea re
t4tbastodj u(tMUw,wss admitted but (MTvC
I'l m.1 lael. tie look the ehkf pert In "g s'amegund "
the first number of which appeared la January, isoT,
etal the teat In Juiut. 1M.
in f)eoenber, ISO, be mottshed hit aT.nlcker
corker's History of l)n York." In ISM, tws of
hU brothereaaTe aba an Interert la a larre men
tu MuWi. In wKUK fth warn anflvred. la LI
pool end Hew York, with the underrten'Uof that he
doTotMblnuelfto ktolltw'TPirwiHa. laUlland
1814, durtna the war with OrMt Brttala.ae edited
tbo AaaptlaUutB''andU tho Fall of ISM,
Mned the military staff ot Uimid D. Ton reus,
uwewref she Buss of New York, ae aid- da-oamp
end mUltary eroretary, with tlx rank ot OnloML
(hi the etoe ot the war, stay 1815, he embarked for
UrrW, with the Intention of making a eroond
toor of Euroj, but the biislnees rsTerere which M
loned tbepiaoe, taTolredthe bnuaeof blslmahera,
and after two or three rears of attention e ixulnaa,
endeaTerluff to ml Ibe oattmi.t the bmm bll
ed,taelinstblmlalUnim. In HISbeomnnMiioed
racartottbe "Sketch Dojk," which were trsnealt
led pWoonMal fmra London, where he resided, to
Nw York Inr rnjUteslionTThree or four numbers
were thus pub Med. when nndln tlisti they attract
el nrce ta rnflsed. ther were rmWUbtd la a Tot
al e in rebmary, let, by J" MiLtaa. Itiixsa
feilrd som after, and the eecond Tolome was pub
Iwlied In July, of that year, br II r. Mrjssir, who
imrchsMdthe copjrlbl for X;oo, but nadlna; the
wtrk nrfCUbUhe preeniled III. larino with tVM
Arrer leadlra firs fears In England, If r. Tsrms
removed to Parle, Augnet. ISM, remaining till July,
ml, when he retnrned to England and pi-jUsoed
Tiraoebildge Uall", la London and New York, la
May. Hit. lie wintered that year la Dresden, re.
turslrg to Pens ta IMS, and lo lyoOoo la May4Ni,
when be publlahid hi 'Tales of a TraTeUeri" tu Au-
fustef that year these weispuUlshid la Nsw Yoik.
n Ausaxt he returned to TarV, aud In the A'itu enn
of 11. Ttetted the Smith of France, epeadlng part
it tbe Wmtr at IVirdceux. la February, lSltl, he
wer4 to Madrid, where be remained tro years, wrl
tir. the life of Oanrncs, which was publlsbsd la
Ih'A In the Spring of that yew he rutted Grenade
SLdutber polrte ifcentlxied la tlie'-Caroololes of tbe
Uttutst of Oianada,' by Fsst Asenns, making a
rkiUb of this work. lis nerred It for ths press
at BeeMe, end It appeared In Ijmdon and New York
In 111. In tl s Sprtrg he sgaln elalttd Oranads, and
spent some months In ths Albambra, where he Sol
lectrdmsteilaUfora work of that nams publiehed
tu ISSi. .Jn July he went to England, baring been
iu issi. 4u
Bectetary a irgs-ion io me American
u-naon, nnatr air. moi.ins in lis.
Charge, and raliud on lb errttal Mr. Via
B 1 Vi30 tf , Uanaa, toe
bbuian, earn reoetved one nf tbe fifty guinea med
ale eweraoa u) usososiv. loremuenoe la bistort,
In 1911 Oxford VrdreieltT enferred tke degree of
T) C.L. tovm him. and In ISM be returned to N
York, after aa absence of e renteen year. On bis
return to this city be was greeted with an oraUoa,
at which CSaneeUor KsT p-ilded similar teitlmo-
, Male vers lendertd him fn m other cities but he de
' eltned them. In the sumn sr of 1931 be visited the
Wott with Mr. ELLSwoarn one of the Commuwlm
ere for removing the Id llan trlbts West of the
Mlmlealppl. It waa dating this journey that be ool.
looted the material for bla "Tour on tbe Prairies,''
pubuahod In 1HSS. "Abbt'eford and Newtel
Abbey' and "Lrgenda of the Ucnqeeet of
Sialn" were also publleliiid the asioe year.
In 163 be published "Artorla,' and In 1MI
"the Adventures of Cetaln liiSTnjj " la
1639, te engeged wlta the "Knickerbocker
Msgartne" In furnish monthly aitlolea for two
J i era. la February, 1041, he wee appointed
Unleter to Soaln, leaving for Med rid on the loth of
April, 1841. ills omnia! dutloa terminating In 19-4(1,
be retorwd borne, and In 1H cuminenaed the pub
lication of a revision ef bis works which were thea
In 1441, he tmbllabed " OLrvaa OoLnsvmi, a Tllog
rapby," and in 1149 and IBM Minonsv ,d his
Suooeseora" In 1168 "Wolf.i's Bonet." In the same
year be teibUshed tbe first volume of " The life nf
Gioios waeoiaoTON," tbe laet volume, the cloeing
woik of bla Ufa, was published a rea wnks since.
In icftnnce to this laet work, Prcfeesor Osasus In a
remit oonrersatlon aaid. "It Is a most inveluahu
wolk, to bis ooontry, for It gives, to the unl venal I
xnino, or M4 nrii nm, a living prctenet 0 wttH
ington I Tu tb plurality of common readers, bith
tito. WisnrKSTOM bas bean a historical abstraction,
bidden In tb heavy reading ef statistics aud State
paia. Iiy Isvraa they are now made eoqnalnted
with hlso, In lesh and blood as It were, a Vvaaniaa-
so pictured that they can a lml re and rover him
with a human eymathy.H Sli ee 1918, Mr, I srinu's
wcrkehavsbeeu published by Mr. O. P. Putraii.
who has In that Urn dlJjeaea of nearly six hundred
tl mieand volumrs.
Mr. lavina had four brothers, Wn.UA Isvma,
theelCest was a merchant, lie was a member of
Cungrca from 1913 to 1911. lie married a aletor ot
lion. jAHse K. Pacldmo, and aeetsted In the oom
Iicaltlonofu8almagandLH Re died In 1S9L frra,
auither brotl ei. waa editor of the Morning CkronUU
and aeelesed In the oonetmctl n of " Kolckerbook
ere History of New York." Me wasaphtstclaa,and
died In 1839. Ksskum Isvito Is stUI llrlng Us
Lee male his home at Suonydde. lie is the father
o' Uov. TusoDoas Iavias, formerly professor In Us
neva College and In the New York Free Academy.
Jnnn Tbist lavmo was Pn siding Judge ot the Sew
York Common Fleas from 1S1I until bis death ta
1838. He was also a contributor to tbe Morning
ChronieU. Ills son, a member of th New York bar,
Is the author of several popular works.
A few years etnoe, Mr. Ibvim purchased a rest
ctenoe oa the banks of tbe Hudson, about twenty
five mlloe from this city, and between Irvtngtoa and
Tarrytown. This quaint old house, en suggertlv ef
tbe humor of Us proprietor,! ImsnortaUsedla MWol
felt's Boost." and la the story of Iohabod Crane,
and la th cfcarmlng spot S3 appropriately named
"Busnyslde." Ilere Mr. Isnwo has realded, hU
brother and his nleoos oompomng the family, and
nero it was inns ne mes in ueein wnwu wnn unna.
tlan calmness he had so long watted, and which bad
so few terrors for one who bad governed his 11 by
ths precept of the Christian feitn.
For nearly SO years Mr. Isvrno has held aa Im
portant p'aos In our national literature, and during
the greater part of tbe time, be has to ths eye and
thought of foreigners, been its mseter spirit. For
the character and writings of Mr. IsviaV, Lord
cltod him aa demonstrating that the American eotl I
ru4 wanting In geiuua of He mi Mi fasoinaung charao
ter. Tli preecut Emperor of Fraaoe knew and ad
nuiet Mr. Istiku " both aa a writer and aa a man.''
Mr. F.dwasd Kvaem adrlaed ths aspirant after lit.
rery distinction to "give Ids days and nights to the
volume of Istiro." Mr. AutAjrosa Evsasai and
Mum Mittosd spok of blm as the "founder of a
school" of s'egant literature, the former eaytng that
"ihe mind and beautiful genius of Mr. laviao waa
tbs morning star that led up tue march of our heav
ei.ly boat." Tbe critical writugs of the EngUah Ian-
Eiuge abound In observations similar t those w
sve quoted, and hardly without exception the lan-
i guege oc unqnaunca prawe is empioyeo.
Mr. Iavnu'a wrlnoffswere eminent!? marked bv
1 ble own leiuullar trials. He wae inodeet, truthful,
i (inoere, genial, benest In Ida oenvloUooa, and bound.
1 lee In hla huuaalty. 11 style Is never billeted or
I ntsBsBrV(iiii,fc. aseail tilsi swrw4st nuwaw rla(i ilj.al,.e,.el
overwruugbt, and his words never dsrlved doubtful
lotoo or point from bltterarsa, envy or malloe. Se
rene, calm, of loving nature, his writings benefited all
wko perused thtm, and penetrated all with entnewbat
of the k Indly elrlt which pervaded their author. His
Ufa was blameleae and pure, and within the eharss
ed circle of his immediate preeence all waa happlneoa
and peace. Respeoted by all, he was ths object of
leverent regard and evenpaertonate attaohmeat to
bla young oountrymen. To the beautiful Hudson, on
whose banks be lived and died, he lent the charms of
his graceful pen, and tbe river which bears tbe com
merce of a nation, le rendered olassio by the magic
Influence of his wonderful mind.
Tb funeral of Wasiidtotos Innaa was at
tended from bis late residence at Sunnyslde, on
Thuit day, by an immense crowd of his fellow
townsmen, as well as large numbers from this
city and adjacent towns.
Tbe features ot Mr. Iavrno appeared very
thin to those who had not seen blm for some
time. During the but year, however, Mr. luv
iio'sfalllng health had told upon his attenuated
frame, and be looked very different from what he
did five years ago. Then be might hsvs been seen
every Sunday In bis pew at the little village
churcb.alway I ready at the close of the services to
greet the numerous friends that always met him
by the church door. He appeared well and hearty,
aa unlike the conventional idea of a literary man as
could be, and more Ilk a well-to-do merchant or
a rtsclabie eiuerman. sir. lav iso areasea, oi
course, respectably, but never elegantly, and he
often had a peculiar shambling gait, that would
attract tbe attention even ot those who did not
know him. In entering the church, he usually'
was waylaid by a tow friends, sjioke a few words
. lit. ,!... ami .!.&. ...a.A.1 I.. ... t.1. . i ...a
1, IIU 141CU1. HW UVU Hnu .V UM - I --,
the chancel, recognizing by a kindly smile, as be
walked up the Isle, his various acquaint
ances. At other times he would visit the Sun
dsy school, for many years under tb su
lrintendence of bis Intimate personal friend
.11.1. 1...... If. V'... . VI IImum
BHU UlS pau-lMMUVr, 1I. i,nlll-nli A. UV.aiM,
of Spring Hill Cottage, Tarry town, lie al ways
wss very fond of and exceedingly popular among i
children, and, therefore, took a lively tatoreet to I
the Sunday school. He ',wea for many years a
warden of Christ Churcb, and on several occa
sions served as lay delegate to the Diocesan i
uraveauoa A urm inougu not Digoieu episco
palian, Mr, Inviso lo ed tbe sen Ices of his
church, and often expressed bis devoted admira
tion of bar liturgy.
Mr. Ikviku's body was enclosed In a rosewood
ooflln, which waa embossed with boavy silver
screws and fumUbed on tb tide with chased
silver handles. On the top was a slver plate
bearing the Inscription i i
Burn April 8, 11MI i
Dun Novasuiaa W, 16ft9,
Wreaths of native and exotic flowers Isy on the
coffln-lld. Tbe corpse was clothed In ordinsjy
civilian costume. . , ,
Iheroutetothe grav Uy along a road offer
Ing most beautiful glimpses of land and water
scenery, but now rendered peculiarly nJM"
by the fact that It passes through soeiies that the
Knot Mr. Ibvwci bas rendered classic The
arse and carriages, accompanied and preceded
by a large number of pedestrians, starved from
the church at about two o'clock, and passed up
tbe mala road, through and beyond tha v'u$,1:
The pUnasof the bouses wer crowded Willi
spectators, w bile vus roots on too waysiue w
served aa standing points fur strangers and citi
zens. While tbe prootsdon was on Its way,
the bells of the various churches tolled reepon
klvaly. Tbe Tarrytown Cemetery, wklcli bears also
the title of tbe Mount Pleeaant Cemetery, Ilea
to the noitb of th Church, upon th slop of
the hilt It Is already thickly populated wiUl
tmbstonee, acme of thsm da tlrg safer back a
Hear th summit of th slope, where a grove
of oak and yew trees commence1 to crown tb
alU.U tU burial plsceof th" lsvnvofemily. It b
alargasaaartlot, bounded by a low fene and a
thickly crow n evergreen hedge. Meat the centre
I srow of five graves, while few feet distant I
another row of Are more graves, all marking tbe
retting places of the deceased members of the
Iftvno family. Between these two rows, and
connecting Ihem Into ore continuous row, Is the
grave of Washivoton Inviao, which, like the
others, will be marked by a plain white marble
slab. This latest grave Is very near the centre
of tbe lav mo lot.
Meettag ef th Tktny-Mxtk Ceatrrea.
Th first regular session of th thirty-sixth
Congress commsneed in Washington on Monday
as a matter of Interest to our readers, we publish
a list of the members of bout branches of th
Legislative body, placing after each namtth
letters "D,' "A. L. D," "R," or "A," to denote
that tbey are Democrats, Anti-Ltcompton De
mocrats, Hepubllcans or Americans.
J. C BsacaansinoB, of Kr , President x officio.
New member are ma ked thus ').
INth, V. C Clay, jr, D
1C1,II W. Johnson, D
IMS, W. K. rVbsstlan, D
1041, L S. Foster, R
1, Jsms Uuun, R
18C3,Jee.A Iiayard, D
IPel, Derld I. Yulee, D
1'63,S K Msllory,I
IMS, Hotel t Toombs, II
I'M, L. Tmmbull, R
161B, a. A. Douglas, D
181. Jff-reon Devts. I)
18o. A U. Brown, I)
14L Jas. Oreen.D
1903. Truster! fUk, V
111. Daniel Clerk, B
I9s. John r. nets, K
I Ml. Wm. U.Seward, R
13. Preston King, R
1811. J. R. Thomson, n
1885. J. U. Ten F.yck, R
18A1. T. L. Cltngham, I)
1808, Thome Bragg, D
IM1. Oso,K Push.D
um. ueuj r. wear, it
1811. Joseph Line, D
1806. IVseaney 1
141, Graham N. Fitch, t
1811. Wm. Iligler, II
1803. Simon Cameron, R
iwu, rfeeee v nilgai, u
letl.Jas Harlan, R
1S0&. Jas W Uilmas, R
I'll. J no J Crittenden, A
1806. 'Ut. W Powell, D
141. John BUd.ll, D
186ft. JPitenJsmin, D
10U. irfSgWlln, I
ltOS. wFfeaeenden, R
10U. Charlsa Sumner. R
18S. Henry WUeon, R
UII.JasA rearoe. D
- VHOPV HUNT,
1883 Jee F Simmons, R
1SC8. 'II II Anthony, R
1881. J II Hammond, D
1800. Jas Chestnut, Jr , D
I88S. Andw Johnson, U
1880. 'A O P Mcbeleon, D
1860. J WlIvrnpLUUD
1881. Jacob Cullsmer, It
1883. Solomon Foot, R
1881. Jsmrs M Meeon. D
1880, KMT Hunter, D
1803. Anth'y Kennedy, A
1C3. 7sch'h CbaodVr, R
IS. K 8 Bingham, R
1881. RherVre DiirVre, R
1863. Jas E DooUttle, R
HOUSE OF BKPRFSErATIVES-ln MEMBERS.
Members of ths XXXVth Congress are marked
tbua(, and thr.se nhose seats It I supposed will
be contested with a(t).
1. Mas A StaUwotth, D
t. Jsmee L Pugb, D
I. David Cloptor, D
4. 8)denbam Moore, D
5. 'He o 8 Uoneten, D
T. Jabes L M Curry, D
1. T C Ulndmen, D
1. Albert Ruet, U
1. 'Charles L Soutt, D
(. John C Birch, D
1. Dwtg it Lonmla, R
S. John Woodiuff, R
. Alfred A Ilumham, R
4. Orris 8 Ferry, R
1. W O Whltaley, D
L Oeo. B. Hawkins, D.
J. Piter E. Love, D.
. 'At. J. Crawford, D.
S. T. Hardeman, Jr, A.
4. L. J. OartrelL D
11. Wm 8 Kenyan, R
11. Cherlca L BealcR
18. Abraham B Olln, R
14. J no U Reynolds, A L
IB. James II MrKeon, R
16. 'Geo W relmerll
IT. 'Fran's E Sulnner. R
IS. 'Clarck B Coohraoe, R
19. Jas II Oraham, R
10. Hisoee Conklbig, R
11. R U.4'end Due'.t, K
It. M lAiiley Ie, R
is. -unariea h u aro, K
14. Cha lee B Sedgwick, R
20. Martin Butterfteld. R
18. Smorr B Pottle. R
IT. Alfred Wells. R
M. Wm Irvine, K
S9. Alfrel E y, R
30. Auguetue Frank.
si. -a. n. ourrougns, at.
It. R. O Spauldlng, R.
II. 'B, C. Fenton, R.
1. W. IL M. Smith, A.
IThoa. Rumo, D.
8. W. Wlnslow, D.
4L ! O B. Branch, D.
B. Joha U. Odmer, A.
8. Jas. M. Leach, A.
T. B. Craure, D.
8. Z. B. Vance, A.
1. 0. IL rendleton, D.
I. John A. Qurley, R.
8. 'O UVallandighsm D
B. J. W. Undsrwood, D.
o. -jas. oacieon, u,
T. Joshua I1U1, A.
8. John J. Jones, D,
1. F. B. Washburn, R.
S. 'J. V. Famaworth. K.
t, Owen LnveJoy, m,
4. eym. Kellrgg, R.
B. Isaac N. Mania. D.
e. wm. auea, v.
8. J. A. McClemand, D
I Ashler, R
T. Jas c Koulnson, U,
. Philip R Fouke, I).
8 John A. Logan, D.
I. 'Wm. R Nlblack. D.
I. Wm. Howard, b.
T. Thomas Corwin, R.
8. Ilenj Stanton, R.
9. John Carer. R.
18. C. A. Trimble, B
IL Chas. D. Martin. D.
. "Wm. U. English, V.
B. wm. M. Dunn, K.
4. Wm 8 Holman. D.
& David KUgoie,R.
8 Albert U. Porter, R.
II. Baml. 8 Coz,D.
is. -jonn Bnerman, su
li. H w. uiaae, H.
IK Utf 1I.IIaC 11
T. 'J no. O. Devle, A. L.I16 C. B. Tompkins, R.
a .- .,,.
ll. inoa. j taeaaer. sb
8. ftchujler Colfax, B.
10. 'Chaae Cave, R.
IL 'John V. Fetht, R.
1. Saml. K. Curtis, It
1. Wm. Vsadever, K.
1. ny. CBunett, D.
. 'SamL O. Ptytoii, D
I. Francis M Brurtow.A
18. Sidney Egerton, R.
ID. Kdeard wads, K.
10. John llutchlna. R.
IL John A Bingham, R.
1. tLansing Stout, D.
1. Thoe. B. Fiorenos, D.
I. 'E.l Joy Hnris, R.
8. Jinn P. Verne, K.
4. Wm. Millwood, R.
B John Wood, R.
6. tBJnn.Hlokman, A. L,
T. Hy. C Longnecker, R,
8. 'J no. Sch warts, A. U
V. Thaddeue Stevens. R.
4. tWm. C Aodcrm,A.
n. John T. Brown, u.
6. arson Ada-as, A.
I. Root. Mailory, A.
8. Wm. E. Slmms, D.
II. Ilian T. Moore, A.
10. Jno. W KUHnger. K.
11 J is. II Campbell, K
1 J. K4w Iimgllimy, A,
is jes. w. Bcrantna.it
s -ssues l eyior, u
8 aTbns U. DavldsoD, D
4 J. M. Lsndrum, D
1 Danl. E. 8omis.lt
8 John J. Teiry. K
5 Kirs B. French, R
4 Freemaa II. Mens R
18 'Wm, U. Dlmmlck, D
14 'Gslu.bs AQrow, a
10 Jsa T. lla'e, 11
16 Benj F. Junkln, R
II Baml. 8. Ilialr, It
18 'John 8. Oovode. R
It 'Wm. Montgomery, D
81 Jas. K. Mooihead, K
It Hobs, McKnlght, R
13 Wm. Stewart, R.
6 Isr'l Washburn, Jr., R
0 -aien u. s osier, u.
1 'Jsmee A Stewart, D
1 U U. Welietar, A
8 t'J Morrl'n HanLs, A
4 t'Uemy W. Dsvts. A
6 Geo. W. llugbee, D
1 Thomas D. KIM, R
8 "Jsmee Bumntdn, R.
8 Cha. F. Adams, R
4 Alex. 11. Bios. It.
34 Chepu Hall, It
10 Kujah Babbit, B
Chris'r Robuwin, R
Wm. D. Brsyton, B
John McQueen. D
Wm. P. MueaTb
Lawrence U. Kettt, D
t M. L. Bjnham, U ,
B 'John D. Ashmore, D,
B Anson Burllngame,R.
8 Wm. W. Boyce, D.
1 Thos. A. R Nelsonjl.
8 Horace Msynard, A.
8 Robert B. Brabson,A.
4 Wm. B Btokea, A.
B Robert Hsttnn, A.
e Jobs n. Aiisy, n.
8 Chae It. Train, tt.
"EU Thayer. R.
10 Charles Delano, R.
11 'Ileury L. Daaes, B.
8 Jse. II. Thomas, D.
I 'John V. Wright, D.
8 Jsa. U. Queries, A.
0 Kmerson EtherldgcA
1 tOeo. B. Cioper, P.
8 'Henry WaMron, It.
8 Fran. W. Kelhw g.K
4 'DeWlttC Leach, R.
8 Wm. Wlndom,R.
18 Wm. T. Avery, D.
1 'John U. Raegan, D.
8 A. J. Hamilton, D.
1 F.sekiel P. Walton, R.
8 'Justin 8 Morrill, H.
I 'Homer E, Boyoe, K.
8 'John 8. Muxsoa, D.
8 Dan. C. DeJamette,D.
4 Roger A. Pryor, D.
B The. 8 Booock,D.
8 SheltouF. Leake, D
T Wil lam Smith, D
8 Alex. K. Boteler, A
8 John T. Harris. D
1 M.uclus 5 C. Lamar,D
s 'Ksuuen usvu. i'.
8 "Wm. Barksdale,D.
4 Utho H. Singleton, D
B 'John J. McRae, D.
1 tJ Rich'd Batrett. D
I 'Thos. L. Andenon, D
I 'John D. uars, w.
4 'James Craig, D
6 Sam'l II. Woodson, D
8 John 8 Tnelps, D
T John W. Noel), D
1 Oilman Mar-ton, R
8 Mason W.Tepiien, R
8 Thus. M.Kd. arils, R
1 JohnT. Nlion.R
10 'Sherrard Clemens, D
11 'Albert U. Jenkins, II
13 Uy. A Edmundson, D
IS Alwrt 8. Msrtlu, U
1 Joha F. Potter, R
8 tOadw C Waahburn.R
8 Chas. II. Larrstiee, D
VA. from Ttrritoria.
1 Marcus J. Parrot, B
1 IE. EsUbrook, D
8 J. L. N Stratton, R
iOernst B Adrian, AL
B Wm. Pennington, B
1 Luther C. Carter, R
I Jss. Humphrey, R
8 lian'lK. Sickles, D
4 Thoinaa J. Barr, D
1 IMIguslA. Otero, D
1 Wm. U. Uoopsr, D
1 'Isaao L Stevens, D.
ft Wm. B. Maolay, D
e -ootin uoenrane, u
1 Oeore Brlase.
8 Hoisos F. Ulark, AL
8 "John B. llukln. AL
The Haling raasleav,
A person having occasion to visit an old
couple at Durham, of extremely penuitoui hab
its, found them holding counsel together upon a
matter which apparently weighed heavily on the
minds of both, and thinking It was respecting
the probable dissolution of th wife, ho was
lying dangerously HI, proceeded to offer them
all tbe consolation u bis power) but was cut
short by being Informed that that was not ex
actly the subject tbey were discussing, but one
which aflllctedtbem still more deeply vis , tho
cost of bar funeral i and, to bis astonishment,
they continued their ghastly ceUulstlua until
vary ltm In lb catalogue, from coffin to night
cap, had been gon through wilh much grum
bling at the rapadty of "they undertakers,"
when a brlpht thought suddeulv struck the hus
band, and he gsxlalnwd, "Well, Jamt, Uss,
ye may Dotdiaafisr all, ye ten M "Deed, and
I bop aot BoBurr." replied bis helpmate, In a
low feeble role, "for I am flatt suts that we
anna aSbrd It." aderoW llorald.
Important from Mexico.
Four Hundred Men Killed.
New 0rlem$, Aos.M. Advices from the city
of Mestoo lo the 1Mb, have been received.
The ConsUtuttooeJIat lest, at Quertaro, tl cannon
and a largs number of prleooers, laolndlng Oensrala
Alvasm, TartA, and an Anwalean offloer, Ths Ut
ter wss shot eg abut the remoastraaee of th British
A battle had occurred at Tudanargo, In which four
hundred were killed, and half ot the town burned.
The liberals wsre victorious.
Ireeye far fAarteetevsa Kit C'areea aet
WaAimgdm, Net. 29. Several Virgin mill.
tary oompanie paeeed through WashiegVm thU
morning on their wsy to Charlaetown. Others are
ezpected In the ever leg train. Every mail bilngs
advices of ths formation of additional eompenlMln
that State, end tbe Governor U eonstsnty receiving
S plications lit arm.
Juda Watts, whole direct from New Meilon,
sew Krr Csaaoa In good health, Immediately prs
otdleg hlsderture,aid hsnoe, eropltloaUy oon
tradlcts tbe report of the tatter's death.
Arrival ef Faasragers ef Ihe ladlaa at Pert
land Portland. Me., Nov. 29 The steamer Admi
ral arrived Ibis forenoon from St. John, bringing ths
malis of the wricked steamer Indian I also the
rumcr, Chief Steeard, and fourtoen steersge peeeen
gers. A. (1 Howlasd, F. DtLSTta, Nittis Dna
tss, EisssTms. Roaaira, Ssarsi. and MaTTiiaw
Dccsvn. Jo. Masib, Aarroiaa IIobobvssw, ail for
New York I RioiiAan llaoa a, (1. Caousa and WM
Ca us, fur Torotto, and Mr r a seen, for Montreal.
Jells FiraaAS, aged 88, an.1 Eva l.iosms, Infant,
for N-w York, were drowned. Th cargo was most
ly for Cicada,
Tbe Bewrd ef Ferelarn Mlaele, oVe.
IJoiton, Not. 80. Th following card, printed
In several morning papem, excltrs attention. It Is
dated at tb Mieslonsry lloiue, Boston.
w vna rvauo.
Facts lisvs recently oom to the knowledge of th
Prudential Coinnilttts of tbs American Boerdof Com. ,
inlsrfottsrs foi Foreign Missions, eepy linplloetlng '
tte moral cbaraeter of Dr Pumbot, and rendering It
Impiedb'e that he should longer ntsln hlsomdal
sltUuaaBcretaiy of the Board. He has resign
ed, end Is no longer to be recognised as an officer of
ths Brrd The facts refirred to have no oonnection
with bla official action. By order of the Prudential
Cnssin STonnABn, Chairman.
Meitlng of sympathy for Job Bbowb are to be
beW, on tbe day c bis execution, a' Tremmit Ten
p'e, linrton I and also at Haverhill, Natlck, and prob
ably ether towns In tbe Slate.
Boric, Nov, 80 Rev. R. L. Pomrot, D. D.,
Secretary of the Amerloen Board for Foreign Mis
sions, la tie pereon Implicated by tbe card of the
Prudential Committee of the Board, published this
morning. It spars that during th temporary ab
sence of Dr. Pvubot, letters addressed to htm at the
Minion House, were opened, making development
which Induoed him to appear before the Committee
and make a confession, which In eubstanoe was t)
tbe following effect i " That som months sgo
h wss walking out In th evening and waa
accosted by a wall dressed feme a, and at
bar rtqutst soeompenled her to her home.
While la the larlor in oonvsrsstlon with
her a man came In, and under the threst of eiposur.
forced him to sign a nt te of 8000, which be did, and
subsrquently paid It. Since that be waa enticed by
another faroale Into anothsr house, and these two men
swelled him and forced him to sign another not for
t&UO, which he subsequently paid. Another woman,
by the representation that she waa suffering with a
dissipated husband and destitute cbl'dren, enlisted
hi fetungs, and he opened a correspondence with
her, and subtequently, by ths advice of Mr. Cboate,
paid aoOO loget ble letters back, whloh he did and
destroyed them. These statements Dr. PoaaoT ad
mits to be true, but nothing further.
Okie ESeeileae liml ef Counterfeiter.
Cincinnati, Dee. 1. Tb Democratic elections
yssterdsy for Delegate to the District Convention,
resuaea simost unanimously ror ths mends or doco
lab Tbe Postmaster tod the Surveyor of the Port
were beaten In their own Wards.
TharMsy last offloer Rsxsv arrested a man on the
Ohio and Mlastsslppt train, having counterfeit ten
on the Canal Bank of Nsw Orleans. Tbe offloer ob
tained possession of papers showing that a party of
eleven men had left Cairo for Nsw Orleans, with oas
hundred and twenty-five thousand of this counter
feit for circulation South. A parte of man froa the
aame gang had been arrested la St. Louie, but were
discharged on the S&tb utt.
A Third etreet Bank retelvedflutOlnnote on the
Philadelphia Bank, In exehange for go'd. Tbe notes
were forwarded to Philadelphia, a dispatch haling
been received yesterday that they were oouater
felt Two thousand dollara In the asms kind of
note were found tu another Third street Bank yea
Tb Yacht Wanderer.
Savannah. Nov. 80. Tb Grand Juty yester
day Ignored the bill against KuasaTAand Acoctsa,
In the Wandsrer affair, and It la understood that the
milrui aiKruev win tutor a nolle ywoeeoui in vie
other Indictments sgsinst the asms partis.
WatAUgton. Dee. 1. Tbe Tennessee's malls,
whloh arrived here to-day, brought a latter from
an entirely reliable eouree, Baying that th Cabinet
of the Liberal Oovernmant of Mexloo are united la
their view, and that there la evoty reason So be
lieve they will agree to the pending treaty with the
United Stake. So hopeful U the writer that he adds,
It will be received in this country veiy soon after
the meeting of Congress
irassmafon. Dee. 2 Tbe State Department
has been officially a4vlsed that war bat been declared
by Spatn against Morereo, and the blockads of the
ports of the letter hss been announced.
TTaiMnolow, Dee. 4. The message will not
be sent out of this city until ths Preside at knows
what ths House does, provided tke organisation of
uss dixit is a speeay one, ana no eoptos ox ine re
ports of lbs Secretaries ate to be given out sxcspt aa
acoouipanlmenta with th President's message.
South Cuelbsa IgWmtwre.
Augutta, Co., Nov. 80. The South Carolina
Logltleture met on Monday, Tbe Oovemor'e mes
ssge lelatee chiefly to State affairs l he recommends
In caee of tbe election of .a Republioan President, a
union of the South.
The Beard af Stat Cmavaaaers,
Albany, Nov. 30.-?Th Board of State Can
vassers meet on the 14th of December. The delsy
Is In oonsequeuce of ths non-return of Totes from
Yates County. ThsSecretaiy of State sent a mes
senger there to-day for th returns.
New Barm, Conn., Nov 80. A town election,
of much Interest, took pises to-day. Tha result is
tb Buooess of th Democratio ticket, with the ex
ception of one selectman and one constable. The
majorities averaged about 80 In a pull of over 400
Arrest af aa Alleged Ceaaalratwr,
WathingUm, Dee. 2, A man, answering
Cooa'e description of RasLra, was recently arrested
al PoolsvlUa, Mar) land, but eeoaned while his com
mitment waa being mads out. Us was yesterday
arrested at Alexandria, and held for further exam
Inattoo. Us had previously visited Washington, and
from bis actions sxcitsd the belief that ke was
an Itinerant swindler.
Arrewt Tor Man-sHeallng.
Net TTartn, Conn., Dee. 2. Nswi has just
reached here of the arrest of Qsoaos W. Bisnor, of
una my, lor vu aw B'ing. isiHDor was in ms em
ploy of a respectable hone dealer here, and being
sent South with seme bones, entloed a negro lad
from Nsw York to g with him, and sold him In
Alabama. Us same back here with well-lined pook.
eta, and started again for the South. Ou his return,
he was taken by the polio of Philadelphia, where h
await trial for his crleje.
The Santa Fa Man.
St. LovU, Dee 2. The Santa F mall reached
Indejiendenoe yesterday, but Its dates are anticipat
ed by tbe Butterfieid route. Although travelling ua-
oar an eaoort ue mail was ared Into by the Ksowa
Indians, but nobody was hurt. Two hundred lodge
of Amp shoes and Cheyenne wer met on th Ar
kansas river, and were unusually filsndly. The
troops on Pawnee Folk have erected a fortification
caible of resisting any attack.
Heavy Libel Bait.
Csixjoa, Dec. 2, The Chicago Democrat was
sued yeeterday by N. B. J con, State Senator, for
libel. Mr. JcD leys his damsgss at 8100.000. The
Bult la Vivnaialit n UAiainl tJ aH.vwil HH la nnVillalut
I In the Democrat at dloorsnt times during the est six
TeUgraph la CeaBertiral.
Barifutd, Dee. 8. Upon the application of
IIdibv AL Uabbisob, Esq , ot Nsw Haven, oouneel
fur ths American Telegraph Company. Judg Uu.
WOBTH, of Hartford, this morning granted a prelimi
nary Injunction reatralnlcg Jcua Buobinuuais, of
(airfield, Conn, end all otber parsons, from Inter,
feiing with their lines nf telegraph through tb Stat
of Cuaasotlout. UcnaiaoBiM bad wilfully sut down
ths poles and wires of tha Comiaay, seriously Inter
fering with their business.
Attain at Cfearleatawa,
CharUttotm, Va., Dee. 4. Six companies of
the Blohmond and Wheeling military have been or
dered been, and about oue-fisirth of the member of
th other oompanie bav obtained furlough for ten
days, to return before tbe 14th to attend the other
executions. A military tone will thus be kept up,
and mart'al law be enrbroed through ut tke eonntrv.
The tiottetnent has greatly abated, though there I
a gttat feeling of luseourlty la th ruial district,
Tbs IIarr Ferry lraabtea.
Execution of John Brown.
VfcrgtaAa la Arwes araad Ike SeaaTeU.
DEMEANOR OF THE CRIMINAL
Tbe FeaHa. la New EaglsuW.
CkarUiUnm, Va., Dee. 1. Th agent of the
esacelated tireae bar baa been refused Governor
Wiss'spetmkwAon to attend tbe execution. No facil
ities will be extended to reporters. The day bat
Mrs. iso waa Mootted ovsr from ths Ferry at
three o'oloolc, when tbe entire military were brought
out lo make a demonstration. She was received
with full military honors, but ber eompaohms were
not allowed to eroompany ber from the Ferry. Af
ter remaining four heurs with her husband, she was
escorted back to the Ferry at nine o'olock, ther to
aaall tke reception of her husband's body.
llorjter'i firrj, De. t. Job" Baowawas
hung at Cbsr.eetowo at a rmarter-paet eleven to-day.
The military eeeembled at nine o'clock, and wsre
ported on toe Del 1 leading lo ths pleas of eieoatVm,
ssd also at various points as bud dawn la tbe general
Evtrythlsg wss eonducted under the strictest
military djclpUne, aa If th town wars U a state of
Mounted scets wets stationed la Ihe woods lo the
left of tbe srefflaa, and picket guards were stationed
out towards tbs Shenandoah miuntalna,ln the rear.
The military en the Held formed two hollow
eq'iais. Within lb Inner on h th scaffold, and
bet men the Inner Rne sod outer Unas, the covens
atre admitted, noonbflg allowed outsld of th
tinea, except tte mounted guard.
At 11 o'olock tha prisoner was brought out of th
Jsl', aooompaoled by Sheriff CeMrusu. and assistants,
ud Cepi. Avia, ihe Jeller.
A email wagnr, eontalnuig a whits pin eoffln, was
driven up, on whloh he took his eeat.
B x eomtenie of in'entry ana nnsmen, ana on
coil any of horsemen, ane ths neural and a staff
nnmbenog tereity-flve t ffioere, headed the prooes-
numbering tereiiy-nve i moere, neaoea tns pr
eton and moved tiwards ths place of execution.
Bsowb wss accompanied by no ministers, he derfr
log no religious services either In the Jail or on tbe
lis lookrd eslmy on the people, was fully self pM
srrend, and mounted the eosff4d with a firm step.
Ills arms were pinioned by ths Sheriff.
Bsowathen bid fai swell toCai. Avis and Sheriff
Cs tn-aiu, and at half- past eleven the trap waa pull
ed as-, and with a fsw slight strugglee, Jous
llanw yielded up his splrtt
The body wss plaosd m a eoffln, and Is now on It
way to Harper's Ferry, to be delivered to his wife,
unser a strong military eaoort.
lotion, Dec I. Al the meeting of the Senate to
day, after prayer by the Chaplain. Mr. Lues, of the
Nantucket district, moved that tbe Senate adjourn
on aconunt nf the esecutton of Joint Bsowa. Mr.
Birai of Suff , opp'wed ths motion, and the yea
Bad nays stood 9 f.r adjournment and 11 against.
In the limine Mr, ReT, of Nsntucket, moved an
adjourmtnt, offeilng al the same tun, resolution of
sv mhy for Baowii. A spicy debste fotlowsd, whsn
the motion to sdjoura wss defeated yeas 6, nays 14L
At Concord, N. II ths bells wer tolled for Bsowa.
Mancnitrr, K. n Dot. 8 There wss a brisk ax.
cttement ber this afternoon, csueed by aa attempt to
toll the obequlea of "Old Bsowa" from ths City Hall
lielL It had struck four or flvs Urns, when Mayor
UsaaraoTOH appeared among tha sympathisers la
the belfry, and ordered them so desist. On of theui
refuesd, when the msyor dropped him through the
utile by tbs rwet convenient mode, and th bell
didn't ring any more.
Albany, Dee. S. One hundred minute guns
were fired to-day, commencing at half rest twelve
clock, In oommemoration of the execution of Jon
Bsowa, for murder and Insurrection at Harper's
Philadelphia. Dee. 2. A meeting as rambled
In the National IUI this morning, whsrs there was an
ovet Bowing attendance, to effer prajsrs for Joaa
Baowsj. Rev. Mr. Fraaisa read a number of letters
fnmBaoww. Addressee were delivered by Loess
via Morr, Mast Osxsh and othsrs.
Botton, Dec 2. The bells In Plymouth and
New Bedford wsre tolled at noon to-day UCmemory
of Join Bbowk,
Botton, Dee. 2. Jomv BROvm's execution to
day attracted s considerable crowd abwt the asws
oair offices ss the evening editions were Issued, and
Bevsvml Indlvidusls proncenaded ths streets with crepe
attached to their persons. Religious service wer
bald m several of the colored ehurehts the most part
of tha day. Otherwise there wer no nunlfeBtauon
unns ual to svery dsy life In this city.
The soeetlng at Tremoat Temple to night will be
presided over by 8. E. BawAix.
Proridmot, R. I., Dee. 2 Th sympathisers
with Job Baowa held a meeting here to Jay. The
feeling of the larger part of the community was
strongly against it.
Botton, Die 2. Tremont Temp was crowded
this evening, to commemorate the death of Joua
Baowa. All th colored population of Boston and
Its vicinity were present, Wether with many ladlee,
a hug numosr of whom attended out of mere curi
osity. On the platform were seated many of the
most prominent aboUttatuasa of Nsw England, and
erected upon whloh was ths standard of Virginia,
with its ooat of arm draped la black. Speeches were
made by uaaaisoa ana owes a um stamp.
.rrtagSeld City Bserttea.
Springjitld, Matt., Dee. 4. Election for city
officers took plaos to day. A largs vote was east
Tbe Republicans carried nearly everything by from
800 to 4W majority, In a vet of 8.000. DAarm L.
IIaksi 1 tbe Msyor, and HoaAoa C Lta the Clerk
and Treasurer the Utter succeeding Josxra Imsa
bah, Democrat, who has bald th offloe foe seventeen
years. The Board of Aldermen and Common Coun
cil stands 14 Repnbliosns to 4 Democrats.
New Bedford MaaMpal BJeetloa,
Ntu Bedford, Dee. 5. At our municipal elec
tion to-c"ay, Isaao C. Tabob, Independent, waa cho
sen Msvor bv 6)8 majorttv over Wsstom UOwlAitd,
J Utliene' candidate. A majority of ths City Council
on th Tabob ticket are also elected.
Tna Body af Jeka Browa.
Troy, N. T., Dee. 5. The body of Jorot
Baowa, aooooipenhd by Mrs. Baowa aad Wbsdsll
Pamirs, pstssd through this city to-day, arriving
Lo tha cars at noon, and leering at six o'clock for He
destination. little or no exotement waa created
during the time the body remained al tbe depot.
The funeral takss place on Thursday, at North Elba.
Maaaaeaswetla IJqaar Trials.
Botton, Dec. B. Mr. BcaiinABt, lata Stat
Llqurr agent, whose term of tmpriesnment tor onn
tempt expired on Betuiday, wss brought before the
Polios Court to-dsy, on a charge ot Belling adulter
ated llquer, but the trial waa postponed, and hi
ball ot flvs thousand dollar continued.
Nseevery af Lead Sllaea.
Dkbuqut, Iowa, Doe. 8. Within th past
week larg and rich depoalta ot lead ore. valued at
from one to two hundred thousand dollars, have
been discovered ncer this city.
Ths Democretio Stats Convention, for the election
of delegate to Charleston, will be held at De
Mulnt 1 ebruary 88.
Calewaal Btatas of FrmakBa.
We bad yesterday, says the Philadelphia Fret
of Fridayjthe pleasure of viewing, In tbe marble
) ard of Wat. Stbotbus, tb statu of FaAax
u, which has just been computed for th new
Franklin Market. Th statu 1 colossal being
Intended to appear life-size when elevated upon
a twenty-four feet pedestal, and Is really a no
ble work of art. Independent of tbe fidelity with
which tbe likeness has been preserved, tha glace
and artistic symmetry which characterize it, fur
a work of such ponderous proportions, stamp it
with a blah order of merit. It Is from tbe
chisel of Mr. J, A. Bahxt ( whose eminent
talents u a sculptor Mr. SracTiixics
has been fortunate in securing), and Is
hewn fiom an Immense slab of Liver rock, of a
grayish drab oolor, bom tha coast of th llay of
Fundy. The attitude U euy, tbe drapery grace
fully disponed, and th symbolic accessories
striking and appropriate. The figure Is ten feet
In height, and measures fiv feet acrost. from th
extreme right of tbe drapery to the left hand,
which tests upon a pedestal of books Tbe kite
and the lightning rod are fitly represented, the
former resting against the books, whilst the
letter Is held in the right hand of the statue.
; While these emblems express the discovery as-
socjaiea wiw ma name riiAjiKusi wnerever
iMnder U heard and lightning seen throughout
th civilized world, they at th same time add to
the artistic effect.
Tie execution of tha head and face In this
statue la fanitless.BThe artist hu happily avoid
ed It at sleeDV. almost lascivious expression,
which, to tbe close observer. Is more or less ap
parent In all th heads of Fbamus after the
Jiovdon model. In this there U more vivacity,
more Intellectuality, mora genius, ore eleva
tion of cherectir in short, more of what w
feel to be true of that wonderful man. Th rea
son of this 1 measurablylowlng to ths sculptor's
having had for bis model the mlnlatur by Do
rLRSia, painted In Fails in 1785, now In possess
ion of Mrs. Wu. J. DoAMa, of this dty, grand
daughter of Faaxkliu, to whom It waa pre
sented by tbe Utter a short time previous to his
We may ber remark that, from the almost
ennatant intercoursa between Mrs. DuAVB. Ut
ber childhood, and Dr. Faauxli, this lady per
haps, remembers more accurately than any one
living, the personal appearance of the great
philosopher. Her opinion, therefore, with re
spect to the statue In question, U Important, and
we learn has been given In fsvor of lta superior
fidelity to the living original. The dedication
of tbU statue bas been appropriately deferred
until the 21st of January, the anniversary of
i KAKKLua birth, when the Typographical So t
clety Is expected to participate In the ceremon
ies. Let us unit oa that occasion ta giving a
day to tbe memory of FaAjKixa.
Ir wu stated by a leading dentist of CMcago,
In a recent address to bis brethren, that th
si,,. r void tdate and leaf used In th United
Btatee for the replacing and repair of cVaftscUvi
teeth, U S.toO.OOO. This U a fact that tss'j
tte existence of a high dvldsalon and a;ood
dal ot tooLh-ache In that bUssedUnd.
Herder of naaataew la Jaaaa.
A corrsnoodnt of tbs London Timn. writing
from tbe Bay of Jeddo under date of August
8tb, gives the fotloeug particulars of tbe mur
derof BueslaasiaJsian, btretofera briefly re
ferred ta ta our foreign advices i
Sine writing the above we bav bad a frightful
murder perpetvatedla the etreet of the Japanese
settlement built for the foretgawr. tare miles from
Kanagawa, ead where a certain aesaber of shops
with laeker wsre, prorkrona, Aa., have been opened
under ta anspteea of tbs Jspaneee. An office r, ths
stewsrd, and of the sallora of the Itiirnhm squadron
wir on shnrs about eight o'clock In the evening of
the 86th, buyieg provisions I and aa they turned out
of the main street of booths or woo lea nouses In this
ImprovralOL ed settlement', ths asaa earning a beg of
di tiers, they wers set upon by a number of armed
Jsienese that fficer and eadot were nearly basked
Tbettewar, though, It la feaTed, mort-jly wound
ed, att.1 lives, suing, after the fir wound, suo
oecded In ruebbig Into a shop. Tory wsre left In a
pool of blond, the flesh bent Ing In large mstse from
thtlrbodle and limbs. The sailor wae elelt through
hie skull lo tbe nostril, keif the scalp siloed down
and one arm nearly etvered from Ihs should'r
through tbe Joint. Tbe officer was equally maogled,
bis lungs protruding from a sabre gssh across th
body th thigh and legs deeply gashed. Toe ruf.
fiai s. It sneers, were not content wltt simply kill
ing and robUrg, but must bsve taken pteeeure In
cutting them to pieces. Ail three, unfortunately,
were unarmed; but numbers of people were either in
sight or In close vicinity. Waa It, then, a mere
highwsy robbery, with murder es an acsomnanl
meet, or waa It aa act of hatred and revenge I It
Is said that ens or more officer had been cur
tuiaaed, on the ooroptaltt of General MvCsavxirr,
for Insults offtnd to sxne Bum ana hi Jed
do I and It I be leved the partite hsd oom down
to Kanagawa. This Is certain by the dei-ltlon of
the stswsrds and of tha offloer, woo did not expire
until soma ot his oomj anions had reached the sa4
tbst rns or mro of lbs sttackbig party wora th two
swords dlstlncilie of an tfficwr'e rank ta Japan. A
sandal was left on ths (round, which, by Its maks
piovtd also ths rank of ths wearer to be above that
of a coolie Tbe Governor, when the B Men Acting
CVnsiil Vtss, wslI to him at four o'olock hi the
morning, on being Informed of what bed happened.
Ireeted lbs wools mailer wnn a Kind or on sal levi
ty (such, et least, was ths lmprsssion he give,) and
there le little hopee that aov step will be taksn. un
less Oeneral MorsAvrsrv csn impress the govern.
mint with a salutary fear of th consvqueDoes,
rjerhara. eo ur fortunets that eucn a tree-
. so fsr fortunsts that such a trsgedy
bsve happened before the arrival of th
eboukl not bsve happened before the arrival of the
Russian squadron, as It Is soms elx wscks itnce any
Bi Hlsh man of war bas teen seen here, nor fls there
any one on the Japan station, unless one has arrived
recently In tbe south.
it Is Impossible to disguise the fact that a hostile
spb It of Ihs worst kind Is ke4 up by those Inpower,
and to remot etranoea, I understsod, th Foreign
Mlnlatere quietly obeerve that thoee acts of vtoleno
fully Juettry them In all they urged upon the Plenipo
tentiaries negotistirg ss to ths dangerous character
of the rjonu'atkm of Jeddo and t&e exrodlencv of
deferrlngthe reeidenoe of ministers for
?i-T,ftl. rlrt.U.T. h.taHrht '
Ierailt peacable intercourse and good relations with
European power to be established t and the bate
checks suffered by the allies et ths Pelho, and tha
French In Cochin China, with the wsr In Europe,
may all tend to embolden them to make the effort,
without farther delay, to drive the missions from
the ospltel and all trace from Its port.
A Hegel Birthday la Blam.
Tbe Tarls Debatt contains the following :
The last advices from slsm give an account of
the celebration of the birthday of the Somdetcs
Phra, tha principal of the two kings of thst
countiy. The foreign consuls were Int ited to a
dinner, at which the only other guests were tb
highest dignitaries of the kingdom and the mem
bers of the roval faintly. Ihe dinner was pre
pared in a splendid ball, one side of which wss
closed by an Immeme aviary containing speci
mens of th most beautiful birds In all Asia, and
on tbe otber side by gold lattice work, which
separated the hall from a spacious crart, oecu
pled by dexterous jugglers and a number of
elephants, which pej formed, under the direction
of their keepers, the most extraordinary exer
cises and mauoravrcs.
Tb king, who did not sit at the table, made
bis appearance about the middle of th repast
on an est rede prepared for him. The musicians,
at his majesty s entrance, played seversl nation
al airs, after which th grand officers of the pal
ace, as a compliment to in consuls, unrurieu a
number of silk banners, on one of which was
tbe Inscription In Blames, ' Ulory and Friend
ship to France 1" on another, "Qsorr and
Friendship to England I" aad th game for all
tbe other powers whose agents were present.
The king then retired, but In obedience to his
commands, at tb termination of the feast, a
mandtrin conducted tha consols to th great pa
goda of the palace, aa edifice which strangers
are very seldom allowed to visit.
This nairoda. the finest la the kingdom, vis
built by 1'iiRA JSA Bkam In 1C76. it contains
numberless ornaments, collossal golden idols,
and the great golden dragon, which Is about six
feet long, and has eyes formed of hug diamonds,
while lis scales are represented by precious
stones of immense value. During tb whole
evening tber wss a continuous display ot fire
works In tb Blames manner, generally con
sisting of fiery dragons, eagles and horses, which
fly through tit air, and piodooa rtry singular
effect. On the ftUowtng day the two kings re
viewed the troops. In which Euronein were al
lowed to loin. Tbe boat of a Fran Ji ship car
ried off the prize, Consisting ot a quantity of
fruit, vegetables, poultry ana cattle.
Nelly Cwaals'e narweerkerd.
In Loesnvo's new book. "Mount Vernon
and its Associations," mention Is made of a
harpsichord which WAshiwoton purchased In
London, at a cost of one thorn and dollars, as a
present to his step grand-daughter, Nxllt
CrsTi, who then lived at Mount Vernon. The
piano forte wss little known in America at that
time, and seldom used. A drswlng of this In
strument bi given by Mr. Loasiao. It some
what resembles In form the grand piano, but
bas two banks of keys. ThU Instrument wu
for upwards of twenty years at Mount Vernon,
and hail a place In one of the parlors. The
beet teachers wsre employed to Instruct Naixv,
and her grand-mother, Mrs. WAsnctoTow,
msde her practice four or five hours every day.
" The jxior girl," says ber brother, the late G.
W. 1'. Cost is, "would play and cry, and cry
and I lay, for hours, under the Immediate y of
her grand-mot her, a rigid disciplinarian in all
things." This harpsichord, says U r. Loeatxo,
Is now, (1839J in ths possession of Mrs. Law,
of Arlington House, who Intends to present It
to the Mount Vernon ladlee association, when
the borne of Washuiotom shall bare passed
into their absolute possession, that it may take
Its ancient place In tha parlor of the hallowed
W find, says the Bev. Dr. Jsbkivs, In a Iet
from Bhangkae on tb Japanese Empire, most
perfect system of espionage exercised by an al
most omniscient government) and If thai be
en subject more than another which they ar
averse to bav brought besot their people, It 1
the subject of Christianity. I am Informed that,
until within a few years past, th Dutch,
who alon wsr permltled among Western
nations to bold any commercial Intercourse with
Japan, war required, on tbe only day In the
year that they wer permitted to go through the
streets of Nagasaki, to trample publicly on tb
cross, as an evldenoe of then? hatred of that sym
bol. Tbe Dutch, too, bad assisted the Japanese,
In tbe early part of the seventeenth century, to
nisssscre the fewFortuguese who remained alive
In Japan. St m allowance should be msde for
tbe spirit of th sg, and the uncompromising
character of the professors of the Komlsh faith i
yet l'Totestantlsa must with difficulty wipe
awsy this foul plot.
Of all the governments of th far East, thst of
Japan U probably tb most perfect in Its entire
control or tbe peop'e who have scarcely any
lights of their own. For Instance, at the present
day a Jspaneee has no liberty to depart the
country, and no liberty to believe In Christiani
ty, ana no liberty to read th Scriptures of Di
vine truth, which can alone make him wis unto
salvation. Wben I wsa In Nagasaki, a woman
was In prison, awaiting tbe order from Yeddo for
her execution, because she bad dared to accom
psny a Freichman to China, and return to
As a specimen cf the surveillance exercised
over foreigners In Japan, I would mention that
a day or two before I left, Mr. Lioonts, th
Episcopal missionary, attempted to purchase se
veral books at a publlo bookstore, tendering tbe
full price for each; but tbe only one they would
permit blm to take away, was a small blank
look I They had undoubtedly tx en forbidden to
Mil any books to foreigners and If so, tb penal
ty would have bean decapitation or gairotlng.
I have now further to add. In this conviction,
that the Governor of Nagasaki requires to exa
mine every book previous to giving a permit for
Its lmportatloni and this they do to prevent th
Introduction of Christianity for vfle books and
pictures cf foreign manuracture are exposed tor
sals in the Japanese shopoi such pictures as
would be burnt by th corporation of any city In
tb United Stat .
Tax Nsw Orleans papers of the 20th ult,
contain particulars of news from Vera Cras t
the 20tb, and tbe slty of Mexico to the lHhol
November, th substance of which baa ba
mmnnL.ilal tw tsUtrranh. Ws And nothing.
uuMported, of sufficient Interest to transfer U
Ah elderly lady named Bawd, realdUig neat
Canoa Cresi, BUIr County, ra.. me t wl Us
terrlbU oVsitnV Batardey last. Sis iwas I ta O,
act of stooping down at th fir place to light
httWDevwKMUsuppooei, sh was seised
nerpipe, wu-we ,,r,,iV,A.. Intntha
I .tviore aba could be exttlcated wss so I
lta veruue, - ",,-T -,-","
1 terribly burned M (a CAUte hot dUl la 8 fH
IleaaheleVs Tlewe ef Baaday M a
Day of BtraC
Neither th anther of Cixmo nor h! brothel
WlU-lAM, was ever accaasd of faaatlctsm. Thai
writings of th former may be searched ta vala
for hla evidences of his lews of revealed rellglorigl
bit be hss left on rtcord. In his cotrawpondence,
the clearest testimony as to th vara of the)
Btucli weight wltn Germans and Americans set
tbe no Sunday decree of beet-gardan meeting.
Wilting to a friend, In 1859, AixxAstdu Tost
I ex mpletely agree wl'h you that the Institution tt
fixed dsys of rest, even It it had no eonni ctloa with
aay letsjrlniie obeeiTance, I a moot plsaatmy and
trmy refreehlng Idea so svsry one who bee a kuaaaas)
mmd towards a I eleasee of soasty. There Is ho
tting more selaahorsouLMSthanwksatherlshaBst
shvateel Wok down upon Bands; and koiydayw
w Ith a eertaln eontemptoons disgust. Toe selection
oftheieranthdsyls oettalnlythe wisest that eouUl
have been made.
Although It may asen, aad to som Sltenl mar be."
rational lo ahorten or lengthen labor ovss day, I ana
convinced thst six days la mes th measure suitable)
to men m rrgara to their physical power and perse-
vera, ss fsr as I u polios laws allowed It, and thua
again too much Idleness wsa ths result. Thus era
eieeiwaie caviweeniwo exiremea, as laraswere
mov from th oommon and regulated middle path.
flasw Lafayette aad tbe BeMter,
In the war of the Revolution, when Cenerst
LAtATarrr. commanded In the American army,
a part of tbe troops wer encamped at a certsli
place near tbe water's edge. One calm summer's
evening, a soldier, who wss a flier In on of the)
compssies, went into the water for th purpose
of bathing. Being an excellent swimmer, aa
well ss fifer, be took his life with him to tha
water, and enisgedln fifing and swimming at
tbe same time.
The music reached th ear of LArATarfTC
Early next morning, he sent an officer In pursuit
of th man, who had thus disobeyed the order
of the camp.
Ihe soldier was a native of Connecticut, and
a man of truth. When arrested by the officer.
and on the war to tbe General's tent.he thought
within himself, that, perhaps, he might esca
a severe punishment by denying the deed. On
a rew moment s reflection, however, he said to
tiln,l HI h... . !.... imL.. Ik. iMlh V
cannot teU alia." With this rrlndplo iB hla
w . iivh r.-.!n.a.ir?'.
wnoanaeu mm u a was in lacuviauai woo)
played upon the water the evening previous, ta
which he replied"! am."
"And do you know," continued LArATTTrx,
"ofany others In ths army who csn play tha
"Two or three, I c"o " said the soldier.
"To morrow evening, then, (naming tb
hour), 1 wish you to repair to my tent with
Tbey cam at the appointed hour. The Gen
eral then lnfcrmed them that the tune he bad
beard the evening before affected him very
much that on a former occasion, it had been
played at the funeral of a dear friend of his, who
died In his native country. Since then, until
now, he had never met with tbe Individual who
could play It. "For th purpose of Indulging In
t be melatcholy pleasure of bearing It once more,
I have," said he, "sent for you."
The General, after being agreeably entertain
ed with the conversation and music of his
guests, dismissed them with bi thanks nj
soms guineas from bis purse, as an expression
of bis satisfaction st their performance.
The saga Legislators of Vermont bav beer
lndulgtrg in a little merriment on the subject
of Women's Rights. IIoxiuh Laxx and
twenty-nine otber women, of Woodstock, pre
sented, through member CiUPMAH, a bill for tha
relief from taxation, on th around that they
bad none of the privilege of cltUenshin. The
matter wu referred to the Judiciary Committee, 1
who r Twirt IHwmnk .Vn.li . riain th I '
aerioua consideration, and trust they have properly
BPPTi dated tbs weia-hlv reenonaibtllt v which tha la.
dice of Wocdstock Lave thus precipitated upon their
Representative I and they also foci eerWualy lots
pressed with the fearful reokosug that s watts him.
If he shall fail to discharge that responsibility with
fidelity, lor your Committee have no doubt that
tha burdens and grievanoe of the fair constituent
of th gentleman from Woodstock hare awelled and
expanded like their toilet, and that nothlngcan give
thtm " happy Issue out of their troubles' whose
mind la sufficiently sxpansive, and whose heart U
BUHiaenuy large, icr any emergency, ana srom
whose bmom "th milk of human klndneea"
never oeases to flow. Your committee are, there- !
fore, unanimously of the opinion that the tl-
tlcners, through the geutleman who presented their
petition, ought to bav leave lo present a bill.
Lard Breaghaa aa Italy, ,
The following is Lord BbocobAm's reply to I
the letter addressed to Mm by the Earl of JOUn- '
brough, on tbe subject of Italian affairs t
Mv dbab EixsjinosoroB. You might wett expect
that I should agree with you U hearty good wlahea
for the Independence of Italy. I can only repeat
what I said at ths great Edinburgh masting t'other
dsy, that, whatever may be mt opinions upon tbe
real causs of the war (whloh I had fully given In our
House,) It had led to a state ot things which affoide
ths Iteliana some prospect of susceee, provided for
eign lntetferenoe Is excluded, and that the best
practical course for them to taks Is a union with
Sardinia, although I retain my opinion upon the eon
duct ot thaSJroweT. Wlth,regard to Oeneral Qau
balpi, I oenfees my hope of partisan or guerilla
action era somewhat slender, admitting, a I do, hla
great qualities, aa far as w are acquainted with hU
Rublic conduct and connections. But I reooueot that
lese powers with whom Cato duTired are sail to
hsve a preference for great battalions, and I wish we
may not have to mourn over ths kind of esuaw
which ha InoUned to favor. At all events, I am sure
neither you nor I wculd destre to have the pesos of
Euiope at large dbturbed for the sake of Italy,
Mr Joha FraakUa.
Tbe following U the Inscription on the ston
which has been erected to the memory of Sir
Jons FriASKHH and hb comrades, on the spot
where tbey passed their first winter In th Ars
tlc regions i "To the memory of FeuitEUv,
Citozru, Fitzjamss, and all their gallant bro
ther officers and faithful companions who bav
suffered and perished In th Causa of sdenca
and tbe service of their country. This tablet
U erected near the spot where tbey passed
their first Artio winter, and whence they Issued
forth to conquer difficulties or to die. It com
memorstes the grief of their admiring coun
trymen and friends, and the anguish, subdued
by faith, of ber who has lost In tbe herolo
leader of tbe expedition tbe most devoted and
affectionate of husbands. 'And so it bringsth
them unto the haven where tbey would be.'
1855. This stone bas been entrusted to be
eflixed In Its piece by the officers end crew of
ths American expedition, commanded by Lt.
II. J. IIabtbtsih, In search of Dr. Kaxx and
Frees II ah.
Salt Lak papers of tb 20th of October have
been received. Th Valley Tan, In speaking of
the rumors of the removal of the Mormcas,
Ws know not upon what foundation tksse report
net I no ons certainly who residue here oan psrcleve
any lndlcadons ef the changes spokea of either In
the leaders among the Mormons or In the reessse
who submit with Implicit obedienee to tbstr dicta
tion. Their declaration. Indeed, a well, as all their
acts, rebut the presumption af tkelr quitting or la
tenUoa to quit, at any lime shortly, Ihe territory of
ths United States. They are constantly adding la
their improvements here, end their Improvement
are generally of a durable and substantial kind.
In the ooontry as wsU aa la the towns, new house
are constantly rising to take the plane of humbler
and Uss ootnmodkws abodesi new lands er being
brought Into eulUvatlon, machinery for the manufso-
sure oj suou vuh p m wu-. -. -. r. . ..,
then hss henWors existed hsve given rise to, Is be
ing constructed or brought Into ths territory.
Tbs uMnil"g of the army here has been a sours
of revenue and profit lo all classes, and the proeperl
tv thst has foUowsd la Its train I peroeptiW In
every branch ot Industry. Toe very eostume of tke
people has aoqulisd a finer texture and polish than 18
It te noTressonabU to suppose that a people enjoy.
Ui a dreerfprosperlty which th have Idtherto.
unknown, and who are reaping In substantial bene
fits ths rewards ot treason and rebeulusv, will volttn
tarilv abandon their good fortune, or deeert a gov-
T.t mn i w Amu? and ohaiitabls aa ours baa.
been to them. But aside from theee probabilities
and th evidences which tbrir sets afford of there tar
tentlonlo remain hare, we have one infallible de Ae
ration ot their prophets, setting the matter enttnly
No on abroad, or who te acquainted wlta, tha
clear vtetcna an eertaln uttering ot modern, pro
DbecT will oreolt tbe great and wondrocta event
hat are yet to take piece In " the Tailor of tha
muuntsins" sue gaauonng ov mo nawons is-sa
be tiers i" this Is tobtoore the gravitating andeeav
tral point from which lnsiirs'Oons and revelaUon
are to rallat and Ulum au th darkwlaoe of the
salts. II Is true thai a bar oral of tha Saints ef the
Lord" will. In a few years, leave these valleys lo go
and teas possession of aom other Luharuanoeein
other part ot the sarT j,
Jackson euoaty, r".aasourt, la so ct th regions set
ajarl for the use e' oooupeAVa, but tha number wha
will go there v U' h, Kot ouMpared with those who
will eentlaue '.isre, near the fouaiata of tight and
knowledge. L, ths god people of Jackson Bounty
tekehetd rothewo.de of Ihe prophets, aad make
man drlnku ha s-eaerallv stows reckless I
bis case, the, mor (trims th fewer icrupl.
Trrarce in n moonaonDu ecDp'oymaoa. Ther al m
likewise, something humaa la thia, that the blasts 1 va
wbkh a d roan la hla labor, ahare In the rsat. Ta 1 vai
lenetben tbe time of leturnins rsM berond meaautsi I i.
would be aa Inhuman aa fotUsh. 1 have bad an ex- A ef
ample of this la rey own experience. WbenlspeBat sw i
several teare In Peris, In tts tiros of ths Revolutiotv T '
I lie ths Inetituttoo, despite Its divine origin. HM-.4M J
J erseded by ths dry and "wooden" decimal system. r
Otly lb tenth day ws what w call Sunday, and Tj gl
all customary work eostiaued for nine long daya- V mtl,
This being evldentlr too lomr. Sander waa kept bv a ,.
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