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wtua er sv facilu \%ill c hilli to grau ce
COught al Ias t.
we learn, ihnt Tiico, o liu
whi.t ik .,U1pectcd ino'unIld M1-11r. r. V'&
HAWON Of Nr h (aroIM, ha,. Le ply
WOUn 11rr1*0th.d inI Auguisfia n tHeC
cInirgd of 1-ge () I' n ti ilt: t 11 er, itn r,ile
(1n theV pe. W of -- : 1 kN.l .
'Whit Next ?
Th, n'gne n vi,wv. :,. by :hel
Randicals inl C"nlr. to thle FI Ia 11n4
has led tl:t it poliical Organm atioll ti
hold meti ns w h a1 viw to.: N*i!'he
Neutralit y lawv o f the unt1lyt ab.
ished. The faet i, tie I cIlorous h.
trIl Xf the 1.:1li "s gain:t ithe Presi
deit js -o v;-m , :it th vy will .'p at
"Tired Naltur's S wot lb itarrr."
NAMLeLr :t th " Qouth o t- 'e h.
ing vni vl : iij titl ,j.ri. j!t r, inl (he
deep da. : (e!l whr le iviis nothing
bul tile tiroUbinl..f own ONV in
h Sr , j)e . '11y::(t am PovertY
MeetI'll mw -mnel Imm; he-re.
W e..ried Naue]t, n . o-,n le
th:u tii1 : .u. thi.- i-s e lm
lave Or DeIth elinw,thie victii. And
as if all (reat i n1 ov'l' pa m: iute to
the ven:n , v 'n t ) beast : l tIe
1hind opvy wlich e1- heir food at
i ni 1intl *y furth as.4 it Lwere i
cr,imet ; thet 4iiin 31 mA .lmuf busy lIf,
die away, :wi-itthi h spii-eres 4 ili
through iufinlite Ipace as softly w
at dre:alningifn'ss ie
Victnry 11n1 tUantry.
Whle Ar.;x:%SIm: :tld an Indiar
king broughIlt hefore him, one lie l: d
"Nve e I hi ml I, :1 , sked him1 hon
1w wmil bi treated, the r*pl e:ptin
r M tn., ". in .
( i: i r, !.. :m0r ir lii t Iy -r gral
It t him,X -.
es pre uiit tot exii iA of!X gah11
a I (an NI was t 'UnINTtanaeol
vi -tvan-m Victors.
li , w I hw d I ff cut thw (p-lmtry
Am -. ,ll i r c ; i ,t -w k t heyl: ha\
d14 n it'doswk the Sol(qI1e oatlh:i of tells Of
11"IMIASi a s,lic th.i.. !I .. V,h, 4
wil sk-11n an cnti mt upon the
bark insinall tion that they w vio.
late thoc it Ther the ha n14
the iight, Ihel te ii el in,th
ridene of - e ch s worni1111t 'ug (.m -nor.
their l(ai( a thg th:: thuluu go OVI
*erner.,1l' ca ntl' 4I I he ltruSOt evn
t leiroatl I R,'.on w r v T ll ii,irren
der, saywit the "hlilt wei illeal with
]I the W!1 T--ileitk ill IsaiahI
tweni ty-e ighlt h :Ibatpte Va1 n'dl CightoeutR
ver.n are fouud theA fowllo ng word, t
"-And( youlr(NVdnant IWith do0n1th Shall1
"ho tsnuld and your .1grevement
"w ith 1 hlit AlIII not stald."
lovernor Brownlow, of Tenness.9c,
Lgish at i ritu rife of I he St ate toI meet at
.N hi'AI i h of . In I., fo th' pu r
pws of ratif.N i %, tho :itiondmtent to
theGuaitnionof" the_ United iStates;
Aiiivtiis Taf't, a Lial of thirteen
yeAr:, 'on: of0 Dr. Taft, of 1artford,
'onnu.,ela ims to have seen the new
lair in t1 C"rona Col"lls cotella
tion two days before it was diseovere!d
b y Pofe..sor G ould, of the Cambridge
hbe paii Rancisco (Cal.) BuletiN
reiinr's: "Our readers will searcely
IeT4d t1 be told that recent attemupts
at silk.mniu nr in 'allifornia have bcen
uniforitly succeful. Tho cliniate is
id that Iculd be desired for tilie pur
po:4 ; the 0. i; :lmiirably afdapted to
IhLgU t of the muhrytre", ;
(.' hilnse 116or, v:r ih is eacfly adapt
ed to that ulsinle. S, is abiniant and
che ; on1 it is by ntio means improha
Ile th lat wur St:te ilay become14 tihe
Italy or France of the United Statoa
in pmont of .11 ulkeiuro."
Tn Groat. Britain the post oflien
m mey-ordi:"er system is very extensive
ly u1,el by tl peoplo. During the
V: i1 i,5, the 1ritish post office issued
muon1e1V-riders for $89,1-.150, anld
paiid order.1 ftr $90,7-2,750. 1'p
thse 6unis the vommissions retuined
Iy tlie p-it iffice amnouinted to $785,
5 G5. 'The lritish p)st. office slils
mone11ily orders upin post offiees in the
l11i ti:,l coloIlies, Turkey and Egypt,
:*1 is now conidering the extonsion
the syst em i to France, Prussia nid
I. Soith AkImlericil States.
A correspondent of the Meniphis Ar
:, writing ffromn H'pg' Point, Mlissim
1; p, says : "Tei or t welve iniles be
V hre, at Lake Washington, lives
itnnit-Genieral Wade Ifiimptoi
seevoml ged-"test cavalry .chieftain
ile Lie C-ifederacy. I H owns ex
livv plations, lpo Which lie di
Ies his iim, devoting hlimvelf chief
y to. I he congon ial plursuits of a South
rn geIntleIIni;-books, plt"ting aund
tile chase. is foriner shives remain
with ihe faleneral, and are repre-sented
.is cointeni1ted and in dil ist rios."
I'ie (tenerals residence is. at
"Wil Wwods." a few hundred yards
C1r401m di lake. Called by its sylvan
tithe fr4in the faet of the ihileOi having
beieii ut I-y. tho saille rlooprietor
le t wenity year'i ago, on'' the v'ei-y
.i Io adenise canie brake.].
.r. s is a fright ifulacenh-n*it, took
plnin that. city ini the latter prt of
.\lay, on thle premilisies of M. Anbin, thie
wvell known mainifactnurer of lrie-works.
ru coniselieice of an, explosioinat' the
mnomniiit when all tile work people wvere
wien anid five mien met thleir death.
ThIe boieis were ext railed from the
rulins:in abn iost a cairbionizdt state. One
pior wVo eut wasi, fliiiiil toi live givenl
:t('liji'ii. Thle (ciemostlance has created
a grea:t S('ns:t iln. Thle IEmpletor immei.
idiately 'set iv thy, Iouaind franes to the
fmiis of tIe sodbarers. lHe aifterwtrds
1rove m person to) thle scine o.f the diR.
astir, andi Was enuiiiIiastically greetedl
by the entirie popiulation of the neighbor
.t is aiImouncedjld that -a substituito
foir maignietbiit hlas boen discovered,
/ ilin t!adt gvnby the burning
lowerieost. Tho new light ia produe
edl by burning d~ mixtuire of twenty
four parts of' 1il died and pitlierizedl
niltrate of ploteb, soven part~ iur of
si jhin-, and SAik of t4ie re(su 3of
A late to oftle N.apa couriy TCal.)
fl.'t ' lais a singular ,tory :
A finily-residing in the Napa val
ley 0 hav Xwithin a few years past, lost
h1vo of its,, inem lbers by deathl. By,
some curious coincidenco a friend re
AWidin4 in San Frauisco, has, at each
decease, beeni on a visit to the family,
a1, the fact has been so reniarkiable as
to attralet notice, and, in the minds of
somie, oroate a stlierstitious dread of
hinm. 'he year following the third
de"I, th genlemlan lm id a visit to
the faluily, and the lady of the house
said in jooular manier ou first accost
ing hin i, "What. mnisfortiulne (10 you
now bring ?1 . Apparently in good
health ft the time, in an - hour after
she was a corpse. Recently lie paid
hi, acenstoned annual visit, and a
da ugh toi-in-law, who had been linger
img Nith consumption for sonie time,
died soon after his arrival. No blaia
is attached to hiim as an iistrument
Cmsing these (leaths, yet that a singli
la fatality to the fiainily h'as beCen at
tenlidntlt 111)011 his alinial visits is most
remarkable. In Italy the supersti
tious people would believe him to pos
sess tihe fatal gift of the "Evil1 Eye."
RAII S re.-A Northcn paper makes
mention of the following funny circum
Ahout one year ago one of our business
men visited Ne% Ym-k ciiv, and whilo there
0lere h1ah'a dozen cortes de voite of him
sell', whiqI bo dist ribIIed aimOng his friends
in that plae. A few dIzys ago. le was sur
pr1-isedI to fitil one of ilthese "counterteit- re
seuibianie'es" ill 1ih possesionl o( the family
chok. An invesligaltion into the matter
d'*l(ji4ed the fifel dit she had received it
fron :a fort ime-teller in New York city, who
adveriisel to forward a correct likenoss of
any young lady's future htsbatd, all for
the sum of fifly cents, which amount tie
cook had remitted, according to the adver
tisement, and received her employer's like.
nes in return.
The ingident, says tie Atlanta Inlellqen
eer, is nearly tie sano as that which took
p&to a shorl ite since in this city. A
t'ri-td of ourl-4-silply for the fun of the
thig-enclosed twenty-fivq cents to one of
the numderous fortune-fellers of New York,
who proposed to furnish all applicants with
a correct picture of his future wife. Upon
receiving the picture thu gentleman was
soimewhat notiplussed at discovering in it
the fair face of one of his best. lady 1riends
in another city. She had spent several
weeks in New York city in the summer of
1860, ind being noted foi her beauty, had
been ir.duced to visit several prominent pie
wire galleries. In tlhe above manner sie
has probably been sent from Maine to Lou
matriimonially inclined swains.
isiana, as the "future wife" of thousands of
low Lo,1 4 W L.L SE D REMAIN
Gooi) ?-Carrot, paisnip, pea and rhu
barb are gool but for one year.
.RBoml, basil, bah, camomile, corn
Isalad, eress, hop, lavender, leek,
onion, radish, salsify, thynic, tomato
and worim-wood-two years.
Artichoke, soakle, cives, corn, cori
ander,' garlic, Jerusalem artichoke,
lettuce, potatoe and tansey-three
Asparagus, borage, brocoli, cabbage,
kale, caraway, cauliflower, endive,
horse radish, mipt, mustard, ruta ba
ga, eschalot, spin,aph 4ud turnip-four
Fennel, five years.
Cheucril, hysip . and parsley-six
'Voet, celery, eienimber, nangel,
-wurlel, tlielol, purnpik in and squash
ton yea rs.-/'4nters Banner.
I'A TuovTIC TO -rHP~, ArT..-At a ball
in Q,utitian a short timte ago, a young
(1mfuedeato, wiso had lost his leg in
hat tie,ehaInced,in pilssi.ng anmid the dun
eer., to pt thte extr'einity of his wood
eti subhst,ituto upon01 the hmem of th'e dress
(if one1 oif the tlnOSt elegantly attired
andt( charming young-ladies in the room,
by,whicht her skirt was badly torn.
"Dear me," exolaimted a nice young
mn, whlose expeience with balls had
never extentded beyond the ball-room,
"that awkward -e folow has torn your
dress." "Ilas he 1 Well, no matter;
the best skirt I have is .not too good
for a enarpet for the hero whto has lost
a liithl in def'ence of Dixie."
Tur.a Nia.trv LAW.- The sittb sec
tioni of thle neutrality law.of the United
Stales, passed in 1318, which, lt.is alk.ged,
has boonm violated by the Fenlans In their
dlemonstrat ion agaiast CAnada, contains the
That "If any person shall, within the
terri'.ory or jurisdiotion of the United
Stales, begin to set on. foot, pr. provide or
prepare thle mean's fer any milItary 4xpedl
tiona or enterpisem, .to be carried, on from
thence against th4 t#rrltory' or dominion. of
- y foreign prince ow'State, ot' of any eolo-.
ny, (district or people, lith whom the- United
States are at peace, ever person so offend
ing shall be deemed guilyo a high wisie.
meanor, rand shall We fni not exeddng
three thousand dellars, and imprisoned tiet
more thant three yeas.'.
"Do you understand figures, boy ?"
"Oht yes, [,am. .always cuttipg a flue
WAutro., Juno',-In the Senate
Pollard og'ered a. resolution iaistructiug
the C*nmittee on publio buildings and
grounds to inquire whether a tract of land
of about 850 *ores adjoining or. very near
the City of Washington can be obtainod, at
a rtasonable price for a, public park and a
Rite for a Presidontial iansion. 'Adopted..
Tho tax bill was then discussed,and passed.
-Morrill of brmont from the Committee on
Ways and teans reported the tarlff bill
which was ordered to be prited and made
the special order for Thursday net. A
resolution was adopted ino'reasing the sala
rices of certain classes of employees of the
Iouse twrnty-five per cent.* The Hotuse
refused to entertain the introduction of a
resolation calling on the President to inform
the House what stops ' 1ly, had been taken
to interpose the good offices of the United
States Government with Great Britain in
behalf of the Fenians recenily captured in
Canada. The tariff bill introduced to-day
is the longest ever reported and its consid
eration in the Iouso is likely to last the
whole week as &here are many points which
will occasion discussion. Considerable ad.
ditions have been made to the free list, but
not'to a great extent.
Extensive changes have been made in
leaving specific instead of advalorein duties.
The classification of iron is entirely different.
and of much more 'moment than the present
tariff. The duty on coffee and tea is un
changed, on cigars two dollars and fiftly
cents per pound and 60 per cent. advalorem.
The duty on coal is reduced f'om one dol'
lar and twenty-five cents per ton to fifty
cents per ton. The duty on all kinds of
iron will be increased from one quarter to
one cent per pound. Iron peg' nine-dol'
lars per ton;, railroad iron which now pays
70 cents per 100 raised to one dollar. Iron
bars one and one quarter cent ; the duty on
steel of all kinds will be doubled, oa paris
white one and one halt cents -per pound;
the duty on, papers has not. ben ch;nged but
the internal revenue' tax has been taken oir
the duties on cheap papers. None are ve y
largely inoressed,both on th specific an'
a Ivalorem tax. Theprincipalfightover itin
the louse will p on the iron and stOel,
lumber and coal causes. As a general
thing the wool growlers and sanufacturers
seem to be satisfied with their clause of the
bill. Pennsylvanian protectionists are
highly dissatisfied notwithstanding the duty
on iron is largely increased,
Nrw Yoni, June 25.--The steamship
Germania arrived from Southhampton with
dates to tie 12th. Sales of Cotton on Mon- 8
day 1000 bales; market Arm:; prices n- A
changed; bread8tuffs firm; provisions ste&. *
dy; produce quiet and steady.
Loynow, June 12.-A-Oonsol 80i@865
6-20's, 651 @r641. .r'
. LaPrance believes the tuMor of qn e.
podt*d imsperial message and the issue of 'a e
now loan is unfounded, and should Md. Rohu I
be questioned on the polioj-of' ih Govern- a
ment, he will only repeat his third of Wiy.
declaration. Marihall O'Donell has ex
pressed apprehnsions tl*t1W6,lpIl notppa
without 9pain having to lerend her terrltory..
The passport system in Austrihas been i.
troduced. 'The Emps:ror haa started for the
headquarters of the - ara of the' North.
The Austrian Embassador ba so( left Be~r-s *
lin. Thme popular indication 1in Baivarje
against Pr.ussig~ continues. Efforts are het
ing made to isduce the King to ohatige the
ministry who maintain the poliq of deelsr-s
ing against the power that. ishall commenee I
war. Austria has pr6tested against. -b thI
entry of the Prussians into liblatein declay.
ing shcoh to be in violation of the (lasteirt
convention. , The 1irnssians hmtt ooongled
three important pofnts, sand 'sill fininediste-'
ly occupy three others. . -
IVAsUINoTON, Juno 26...1 W' en.l
the First Assistant Postmmaster eqnorpl, and
Senators Doplittlo, and Cowen spa othmers
forming the Exeoutive Cominitte of the N .
tional Union Cu.b ef hispitX,ljaSissue4 a
call for,a National. 4419jq Q)o.awvm:410o of st,
least two.delegates fropa .eae Con ressional
Distrio6 of all' the Stateed two from each
tertitoty, two 9ogthepistrs ot4mbia, I
anafsar4.d~e. ee4argy .fiseaelac fiyat
to be ba & alb Philadlphrs, - et. Ato ,sacond e
Tuesday dff 4ngnst nEat. sua6h delIegetes c
w11 beIro by UJao pe4tqie. e (1e. geyerfil
inahtrtaing.1Abbr,k.a *be Union of, this States y
unertJar6atiuto w614h Wuv Pa4he i
ant A iieetfpo. e
lae f W? Sa4. it&and ep. I
peoai tr3 W 'edbst *0eider I
aU~9~~E' 8 tjtonela* so
oordnirdteki mtu.ik, su.jme I
only to the Coitivu'ion of the Initeil
States, as.essential to (t bna!ane of pomter*
on %yh1iol Jto peirfect ion and enduraiuo.9'
our politie4l fabric drpIti. 1I'vethrow'
of the systenut ky the usturpstiol .nd Cell
tralization of power in Congirets"s,. w4ull be
a revolution naagerous to a reiiuia'ov.
Tho holding of the Co'venirn I c'or
ad by Senators Dixon, Hendrlik Noi-toilk
NitvYoic, une 2&.'Til 4 lateit J)y
the Gerninia, is Liverpool, June 12-Eien
ing: Sitlds in two days 18,000 - tMis. Mar
ket firin and unchangd, "iddling-'23.(
Flour firm-; Wheat steady, Corn-stendy.At
28@429 and 6 pence for mixedl . jp an.I
Pork quiet. and stcady. Baton steanly
Lard quiet and nonkinal. Tallow easier.
Sugar stea<ier. Coa'ee quiet. tdsli in'ac
tive. London, Jimae 12---lyenini Cbnsfl3
closed at 86.1@87 for money; Ameriean
stocks nominal ;5-20's t1 Qi@05.
New York Market.
Nyw YoRK, Juno '5--Noou. ..-Colbd Al11
Exchango, 10 ; Cotton dull at, 1171l - Ar
rivod-Steanier Kangaroo, fron L.verp,( -A
New Orleaux larkcls.
NEw Oai-ANs, June 25,--Cotlon steadier.
Sales 100 bales. Low Middling at 35@J6.
Gold 501. 13ank sterling 03.
Three Suicides were conlmit ted to -day.
New York Market.
NEw Yonx, June 25.- Cottonl closed 111,
37@86. Flotr declined 10@J20. 8tes
5,500 bales, State 13,20?9.,80. Ohio 8.00q,
13,75. Southern 10,20(rA17. Wheat ditll
and unchanged, nominal sales. Corn dc-.
olined l@2. Sales 33,000 bushels, 9 0j@(r
93. Beef steady.' Pork heavy. Sales
,000 bar ;els, .firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard, Sugar
and Naval 8tores dull. Frieghts active,
G old 63.
VABHINGToN, June, 23.-In the
Senate, ajoint, resolution was passed,
providing for an official litory of the
rebellion, and nuthorizing the Secret.a
ry of War to .appoint som00 competent
?erson to wtite it, at a sailary not ex
oeding $,500 per year. The tax -
)01. irs" cobsiderod, and various
6menAIbents offered and adopted. Mr.
dorgan delivered a eulogy on Mr.
iumphrays, deceased, after which the
About the FelIans.
,WABU INOTON, June 23.-A de
patch from Ottowa says. that in the
anadian Parliament ir. 'Gait moved
or the ihdoinnification of the Govern
Ietit for expensos ,incurred duting the
ecent, Fenian.troubles. Several mieml
iers of the GOvernment party ad.voca,t
d t.he ntove, When Mr. OhAmbet8, of
trockille;obtaine'd the floor and spoke
gin It, Hosai 'dipt Canada OQ(
o support troopsenongh to resist tho
Joited Statas, 1,000 Fenians was-a
1ry d fferent niAtter from 35,000,000 of
Rler,icans. *16 1s'ctled for an in.
~estigation of ,thie contdiuiof.lomoe of
he commeanders of the 'proviital
ioops, during the recent 'trouble with
hePFeiants 'an'd denounic6'd the tnan
g0)eltot h9Yolunteers ( a thiner.
4r, Chsambers . war continaialjl inIter,
szpted and hissed, trhe uproat' beo0metd
0 great at tifnee ats to drown ltis're-.
marks He Was ro'plied to by :Mr. I)r
~y Magee, ana tho motion 04
Vias adopted,,d ,
The authdv'of "Habit and Man" re
ated an anecdote of an old-faitied
avid caj'taIn'wpo comnised thenif
ence of danocing without gloves, ' Ho
ad stoo,d up~ te g thiroug~h a cotigtry
lance wit,h a very fine lady; who' was
hooked' to observe that his huge
anndgwere not covered according to
"Captain," said' his fait' partner,
you are perhaps not aware that you
avo not got your gloven."~
"Oh, never mind, maa, answer-'
d the commander, "never nilnd, I
an wash thorn 'when we aro done,"
,Severalhneteoric atones fell at Nash
ill on the, 12th, near the railroad
topot. The,y were of a bluish color,
nd were quite hot when fire diseover
d. Geologists say that nothing si.mi..
a, has been found in any other part of
he world. One speoitsen has been
orwarded to Wiyhington, and another
o New York for frA ore.... atio