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orkted so bravely that frienl.4, in to
I'l (if :ior i co to the servies of
lo chqrb, I;nve bar tho singer.
wvottd tiOevet to study abroadl. ShIe,
oWbl her Qff(rts " hon she nipl
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tr i I (t drle moa'dern iih
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by:I -t : o th, st, eize I h I briht
ud :n 'i i-wur litt i creaI nro, hanl the
n.i' dwoeias Nar hhol never mill
I"! i II. I (4 not hoc v of a sa.l
er, cru-hvr lo.. :" a '-;nng Wim
(,,,i t Li thuir (atintlest efforts for
:tiu,;i a~tin --t ies use themulves
p1, b. 1y ...I i noivo, till thej withcr
by I Ihe.
Pldoll(1t d by ta, Pres'iCIll.
T'h Hev d. B. .zell, a lepIt
lerI:ymIiII, eenCvieted of Kl Kluh-m
I the I r .it Statits Court in CIarlos
", ndi i entencel by Ju dgo 'io to
eo yea: iii the penitentiary at Alha
y, h Ice" jard oned I by tho Presi.
It th pardoni was obt i ned
n..fNwYork. Mlr. 1E,-1 lit.
!;l ii hiA defenci onlhis trial, that
': 'nly co ecI' t- I. iJL . with the
ui N it to u e h i.s b c iforts to pro
rit the co(uniIon of crimo.
T1he ChkeI-rav D)ocntitrat ways that on
'ne,.day las', while Marion Gates andi
11Alr lainl werv retuirning to
tilyl in a wa.' n, shooting at itmark,
he frmer lacuidently shot, land illeud
I. t 1 1A 'NS 1 VI , difor.
V/ t d aie.:hiy Mmo a in;;, Juniei 18, 18713.
?i. Currit itt) e fr.'Itt (t-very
'atC ilmol fir 11111 ~ i~ I I~ t~'tt ia ia
' tiI. 1a i .1 10 he toftry.
* ill ]I.)l i :1 t I ... I 1-; -14, 10 1- (p i ew -
The hAnId Intercat, Uixa;.
The heaving of this 0.1n has bofa
1)uene befo r ( tie. II Ar e
otrit. :Lrs.ort er, Meimminger,
4irt But tiler petitioned to ho Alotred
! reproIt t 1ax payers. Thu (urt
ieviaill tht I they coul not comen il
-.gihro em e. f the Attorney
atore. .: 1., pon the1 grounlit
that rc lt ilns btti heen mtlt ainst
hiim bY the iilt o 1, loyin.' thi
c'Oniel, Ih tbiei to Occiv their us.
Nistance. The wholo thing passed of
withUht atIny ump'casant focling being
The oaess Ml i , tho connui0 a 1
l Yiayed in b10iA, of the State, are fine
law.5ers, mld thiir proliminary pro.
cCedinp hat o been ebarnotorize(d b-y
grtat ability. We believe they wil
m ok a good ht, and if the court
d(ota iti duty, we will have no fear U.
TIhe. taxN -pa' yOr'!sshould, however, in.
atla it ute :a t at (4 protcedinga in thi
c vai beha C. I .t, this whole mnatter
R.:duaionm cf Ratoi on Tologramus:
Thei \\Ve.-terni 1in T~ic'elegraptI
L'om; anty hta'e redneedp the taif on c
thei ti~msmiio.in of meaeps btween
(to princttipal cit ies of the Untited
Noatea. ThIe redtation is; mtaide chief.
4:' 5'- of kn g d iat.cos. Thei
.:..i.um rt a ta i now two doll ars for
mn wiords. Un dor the obii tariff it
.titia~I..C .e eed fivo doILt. Th'lis
Sat iimtte ini thle tight d iretion,
I'ho W \ater'n l iin lTelegrapjh Com-'
~:any is oneti of the i nst weatllthy cor
1.0)ra tins in the4 wotIld, and can well
afford to red tr o itt' irat. \Vo do
not prectenai. tow thie reas:on:. which
hta .e ainued temi to taike thIais gop.
The i nas of allI corpiorat ions aro ni..
"rutable. et we (do know that the
ir! , girit aumh ebarge 14iali rattes,
ay wouli receivo stticli ant iinetaise of
aatn aity 1., wtould amplt~y r ay~
hem. We hopo to hear of stil]
These; Canadians arc a qjueer peo)
1le. 'They seem to beo far behind
btt yanikee cousijns in the progresst of
civili.at ion i and in cottisequeneo it is
a (d mpornsi' matte r to comiit murs
delLi t (halt lienighited region. There,
"Onto of theP refinemts of modenrn
'rntminah pleain tg ar'e known ; and the
en1 ptit i.t brought to trial at the first
Aasi?.es followitg his~ cime. Thec
utlea of enotiontal inainnity is a hope
lesgs c:ine, anud od1ioials haive nonii of
thait I enderne ss of heart for wh:lich, ou.1
C.ove'runoi., i-tand preemninentt. An in,
staniae of this spcedy retributive jus.
ie lias bteen given In the Ceciuit:
rof Carruthiers. uIn Dcember last,
Carruthers whvlile d1runka, murderedl hit
wife in the preseneco of their chil
airen, and exhibited such an iutter
retcklessnessc of consetencces, as v.'ouild
hiave triumiphan tly acquitted him in
liy Yamn aco (C art en the ground of
intanmity. But, for thlis act, lie wvan
tied. conidemnmtd tud an eentnI)
buinmary-proocedings is that murder
is comparatively raro in Canada,
while un'dor our improved civiliza.
tion,'honicidos atu of daily occur.
Manacre of thi Modocs.
Lato disp:i obos from Si 'raiciS..
co re(port the iam.ro of several Mo
doc bn'ves, squatvs and'ehildren by the
Ureicgon trool.s. TIhe ha.sare was a
Cot] I blooded afl.ir, and etiihits tIk.
de/daly bt.oredi $;i tinll hi (V$vl (Ime
whi es and 'Id ils. It is tilie that.,
fie 0iC OluS have beei gilIfy of gegat
a1trocities ; bit tho i white settlers
have been: j -st : iun el . 1I 1 853
t ~vent y Nied u'l re' mu~ rdered' wil
atlwlnga eeaconfren1ce. T-"Non,.
( y y c : r., ht. r C:,p'n in Jae .. n
the death <.f tbese vijtinji i i c the
0 catlh of C . y. %'a now the lr..ge'
dy h)as 11an l ",q piate finad.e in t:e1
mna sact r of deeeelessR c:iptves
under 1he pr<.tt vtio~n of the United
1 Cte govCii.enit. All parties are
equally criminal, mnd to all s.outld be
me10tCd tL sam0 punishiic'a . I eli
sanme sen Tld fiomt which the Indaias
hang should be hcoratod Iwith tlho
dead bodies of thesie Oregon volunteers
who ucconmplished the death of a few
captive savagcs before whom when
armed, theiy were comipoled to flec.
ite United States troops have not
gained much glory in this war, afid
we see no grounds for the Governor
of Oregoni to enaJratbld his tLops
uipon tihir gloions umduct. A ict of
moen1 who were defeated ill every on
ga gtemo W, with armed foes, and who
d1elibleriat-.ly mblltSacro tu Mom when
prisonlers deserive but hile1 p16is
IV,, denind thir puitilonieit.
xtenon of Terrtory.
Th i e inistFi-0ion is so'well sati
(ied with its t xperiment in govern ing
thee Un ited Stats, tihat it wishs to
spread its brine'is still ftirther atld
:,heitor a .pr'ion oT 'Fxiuo ]or
son110( 111it it 1h:14 been ul t tr.uing its in.
termeddling pol ic-y, and now its or
ga;ivm prolui aim that the annexation of
a part, of M1v'xico is ess.Intl to pro
servo peace between the two repub
licti. Wo are in favor ot this polic.
If the inirieor states of Mexico be an.
nexc.d, congress will havo a iA
flild opened for roeonstructioni and
vill doubtless turn its attektion: rom]
the "colored friend and b'rot'hie' to
the Aztco and lcstiz.). '.he-South ainy
then bo freed frorm bayonet govern
motito, and iort, to worki out Lir ovi
salvatiln. The Rad icalisHiavo failed
signally in est abilish inug good irand peIr
niintit govertiOents - and we believe
that the whites nid blacks of the
South, if frued from carpetbngers,
could affect aL more risfakto'ry'condi.
tioii of affairs. And we believo that
we would be left to oursolves ; for our
Stato is so jimpaovcribed. now, t hat
there h ould be a generail oxodus of
our Scot ts, P'ark ei s, et id omhe /cou~s
to the luant ield an Md pa~sttures
green of blexico. Lect the l'resid'enit
hurry up; his aninexationa schiemie le
foro the niext genecral el'ction.
Viotory for thu I'armuers,
Thle fairmieri hatve gained thteir
ihst political victory in the re
cent, elect ion of A. 31. Craig to, the
Supremoe lanich of Illiniois. Laist
y'ear ini respon~e to the clamor of the
l'armer-s, thle Liegilaturo of Illinoji
passedi anx act compe.lling tho varioum
railroads ini the Stato, to adopt a cor
tain tarill' for t ransportat ion; preC'erib
ed in the act. The question das c'ar*
ried by appea:l before .J udge La:w
reneco of the Sup retne Court. lie d c
cided the law uuconst ituitional . 11 is
ternm boihg abouit to expire, the farmi
eras deterrainied to elect anotherm
.Judge, pledged to decide in f:itor oi
the const itutional ity' of the law. They
found sonoc didifcul ty in seletiing ai
person to serve as candidate, on this
lat formi ; but Iinal ly Mlr. Criaig nac
e epted the nom11ination . Tie rail.
roadaf ieoinaited J udge Lawrence
iand the la wvy ors, deeming it unprof es.
sionia1, anld aiga int sound priniiiple
for Craig to p.ledge hiinsolif before.
hand to a I art ilatr course of justico,
joined t he rail roads. TPhe ts'o politi,
cal parties held aloof from the striug
glo, each fearing to displease the farm
ing interost. After a hotly conztested
Gght, Craig was (elo:ed by t wo (ihous'
andi majority'. Tiis is th e irst vito
ry3 for the farmers, andtt they will
doubtless lhe e-nhohlened to nominate
other' cadit da i tes fi r Couna.ty and Stat1e
ollie~. As a vast majirity of the
people of the notIheast are engaged
ini aicueltnral ptifrsutits, cooperatiofi
is the only requisite for success.
Then these monster tailroad corpora
Lions8 no'w wielding such liinns
power niay receivo a cheek, and the
conintty thus diirivo groat boneit.
This movement of theo farmers is cre
ating mauch ecitaoment in political
circles, and both .Republioans and
Deomocrate are bidding for their sup.
the beat chances of success. Free
trade has long boon a plunk in tfcir
platforw; while the strength of the
hopublican party is fotlnd an ioig the
protoetionists of No v England and
oinnsylvanin, and in the railroad
eorporatioins. It is possible however
that a ew party will conio into exist
eflo before '1871, adopting the late
Cincinnati platform, with tho add i
tion of a plank advccating freo trado
1,11( eicap 'dansyortation. T ais r
ty would bweep tho We[t, and tho
South als-, un1 es tho colored people
nre still dured by ho-.is abeut social
CialtVy nil thu do %d issut s of the
w i, iS too ela ly yet to miakO any
propluics ; buttho i. rnors 5eetn to
hisve the matter 'in their 04vn l'ands.
e advise thorn to organsit::e *thorough.
ly,ma.d prepare thems.elve for the im.
pend!ing coiill et.
Criies and ilir~h P re'vati6 h.
Mom a111 part.$ of tihe Country Como
,to stails of shock inig erinmos C.eimtitted
With '-I utter Ivekieaenen of c(ns.
i lonecs. i InIP' nxiv- hitmah beings
arc murdered in every conceivablo
Mailliner and frim II u.0tives the m1o't
tr'vial. -it wodld rppear that murder
is becoumrhg-'an cpidemi. Public in.
d ignation has ben aroused, a n d
apeedy vengeance is demand'ed dn the
fiends who coindit these atrocities ;
*ir'd yet, although tho ha.gman has
Leen basy for 'Teeiks pist,, fresh aub.
joets are heing brough t to him contin
ually. This fearful condition of
alI'irsannot ypai'neily be temedied
by human efforfs. Even deAt'h,'the
soverest p'uiinineiont whieb noan can
inflict, po.-s n- At terror Pu.Ticivnt to
friglhou evil docra. On the same day,
and in the -ame ey, that Vo.-ter wo
h ingod-, (G o'd ich was ounnd mur
dered 'in I'hi) bed. This aThrds a 0ib
joet worthy of grave contemplation b.
the SuoialI l'hi'o.pher. The seeds
of evil having onco germinated and
taken root in man's breat, can lirdly
'bo eri1aieatei. They nu.st be remov
edi while sti.1 dormant. Crimes will
not cease u'uLil public sentimuut be.
comes jurer and iore elevtied.
Grester onro should bn taken in tho
'b:nnageminnt of chiiren, iad govern
mont should 'interpo.o uith its strong
Arm. Undo'r tho 'present law 'hat the
pareut is mastor of his oifld, thu poor
miserable little outeaste who are uth
ored into existenco in t'ho slums aind
buck-alleys of our large cities ato ho
iug care ully tra ined for n'!aroor in
famy. At the t onderest ago ticyi nru
talight to ie and steal ; nod al ther
strength inorearos, now avenues of
crimo ate oponed to them. These h.
man beings, after plung ing into every
sort of wickedness die a inilscrable
detth ; or ore c'lutchod by the iron
hauid of the law. So long as this clans
of perso'ns ekists, so long will we b
shocked by atrocious miurders. A haw,
shoulW bo enctedl that the child o'f
eve'ry pu rent who is usuiblo or unwill
ig to rear him in honesty and indus
try inust be placed in a reformi sobooli
and receivo instruction fronm suitable
persons appointod by t he government.
They should be removed a's far ais pos
sile froin the inliucence of early asso
eiatious. Elcumosynary institution
having this end in view have alread~
acceinplishod good ; and Bbmio of ouu
leadinig i'en al'o striking examples of
what om phan asylums havo done for
humanity and civilizition. Since
these have sucoceded, the experiment
should bo tried ott a larger Beale,
Compulsory ednontiQi, ehould hooome
a law of the lannd. Were thliis adopt.
od and r Igid ly enforbed i hundreds of
oitbryo Foateis ttai Nixons who are
now scattered through towvn and coun.
try; hy a strict course of training ord
a judicious application oi' the birch,
might bo saved from the galloAva, aund
I~eudmo useful mcihbhor of society.
A New Priuciplo mn Political Eoonomny.
The UiniondHorald in a recent arti.
oe eongratulates itself upon the fact
that peace reigns in Itouisiana, anJ
that Kellogg is no morn frighitened
by phantom Ku Klux. In the courst
of thisi congratulatorf ai'tible, it giveu
titterane to fi novel idea isa politoal
beonomny, in sayinog that it ifiatters ti
which side many have been, in the ab,
straist, right; the question had to be
doejled by thb Courte one way or the
other; and being settled, it had to be
onforced by the whole power of
tiove'rment. It ildits stiljstatially
thiat Dunrell's decisioni was not morally
right, but that politically it, was right
and mu.4t be maiiintainled foi- the sake
of peace. T~he Jlerald ofidently' pro.
coeds upon the theory "Whatever is
is right,"' a' very bomtfortable thteor3
it i8 true ; but one ihl we nnfortu
nately cannot bellovo. 'm4 greatl)
fear that the politioailbiu o'f the
llorald lias miich to do witti its aciui
eseence; and that if the decision bad
not boon in support of the Radical
faction, our contemplorary would have
boen bitter in donunoiation of the
whole nroneedings. As atho matter
now stande,'it is altogether lovely to
this apostle of Radicalism. it re
verse the pioture. ISupposo at the
last election, in this State, before the
votes had been counted, the regular
board of canvas.,ers had boon illegally
doposed, and a nnw set self const itu
ted ; and suppose further, that our
U. S. District J udge, froti illqgal to
tut ns, had dcolared ToinAinson elected
Governor, and Preiident Gratit had,
sustained that Oeisiah w ith bayonet.,
what theln would our conteniporary
have said 1 Ve CIn1 izn:gine thi
quantity of adjectiv es ' th( would
have becn hsur.1led in sobd e"lumlin i
agailnst the devotld he:sdu f te *'ov '
eillimit for its f..rat violition of
thle I'ite ,gh1t of ('No pcoIC to g!ov
eini I i t i ii . I? this 'political
prinil le I e trir. then every election
is in the h:.md of few T e i ; and a
'riir.ke'h W'udo 'in 'the dead of
riilit, can set asidO tho vo'es of a
hundaed thlousainld citizns. Since
quchI a condition of atffiuairs obtaiun, let
us'1o away ';it'h this mniserable farce
of the ballot box and have a de-pot
ism 'at once. Such a step 'il! save
tieic and expen:e, and an incalculabile
amou'ht of. ill-feeling on ill sidos.
Tho Whole Louisiana matierAs ista
ing outrage, as flagrant iiiisuse of pow
or. lKellogg knows hp wii notlawful
ly elected Governor, Dur'l k:6vit;
Gant knew it. Congress disco'vered
the fact.'; and T i hole prcss of the
count ry, with fow exdeptila6, ndli it.
And vet 'wo are congratulated that
peace teguis in J )uisiano, aid thiii
"the ej.; of 'I consolidated Union"
prokcls the Peole. We should
ratl.cr liken the cordon of bayonets
dra ni aoun1d that unhappy State, to
the shirt of Nessus, destroying what.
over it enfAld-t. Ift' isa be ati
peaco we are'for war ; and if the pro.
verb "Whiatever i:,, is riglht," is the
imvtto of (lie tepablican party, we
%I-i.,h Lho governmtient Oultrusted to ofh..
or hands. WO would rather l~c gov
erned by Captain Jack id ltogu.s
Charley thlan by a party maintanin:ug
any sue'i iuentrous proposition as thi.
advanced by the 1Union-1lerald.
Pleaso publish the following. stato
nient of cotton shi'pped from 13,ubek.
stooks, conmenon'g *8e'ptember ist,
Total, . 2,893.
J. K. MceCA R~ L I'Y, A gent.
Icoi4 UsNIC A i e.]
Mr'. Editor :
As thoecomuniciation "If "Paud
Pry" has beens a thernuo or genei-al dii.
c'.ussions in town, it :scnis that it, ight
also be dliscudssd by the people of
noighbdring Counties, anid it' so, with
9j.ite a dlifferent result to what Paul
or the citikenss of Winnsboro would
wish. For we have in our unidst several
ilourishing schooli;, and I don't think;
Mr. Editor, that any muother would
send her daughter athmong people who
aucording, to Paul, are dirtiugdished
for a want or soesability. Nor can I
hel iove any sanc parent would suffer
his fnon to iningle with yomuig liecn as
corrupt as l'aul scems to thinik thec
young men of Winnsbdro to be. it
Mr. .Idditor, I am inclined to think
thsat PautI has mladoe out his verdict
without over taking hvidenco in thec
ease-for I don't think tho young
metn of WVinnsboro are as great
drunkards, gamblers or bar room r'ow.
ics as P'ail would luive us believe
they aro. And in support of my opin
ioni I1 would point to a flourishing
Lodge of Good Temnplars in the town
with nitety soembers in good stand
lng,which Paul will please deduct from
his list of young men, sand la thus hat
left quito a small crowd for bar p~ur
poses; and of the other young men
who are not Temnplars, I anm sure thit
muany of theam ao not gamableor drink.
Thus you sue Mr. Editor, that Paul
hsas done injust ice to a portion of the
young muon of Witnsboro. There is
atiothser fact thuat Patil seems to have
lost sight of eutirely in saying that
drinaking and gamnbling arecoonfined to
(lie bar rooms. This is not so, how.
over for there aire a few back roomts
whore this pleasure is indulged in and
wheres the evidence still romain if (lho
-way of empty bottles, &e. And if
while up in that back rooni any of
the party took too much, as a tmatter
of course (lie bar keepers received the
credit for the job. There is ona fact
however, that. I hopn will mansle (ie
people of Winnsboro, and that is they
certainly havo one soUl)r and moral
man in town, and thntinn ' IP.'ul
Pry." Mr. Editor, "1 will t intrud
fuither at this timo in your colimnS;
but will point Paul to the stranger in
a large city, who on OtiquiiIng how
tley kept thi stre.'t so cani, 'was
told iatCV crry coo rwept 'befze his
own door. 'So-ght'>. broomvi dear 'atil, I
sweep befoio your own door and don't
lie thruoastoties whlu you arc liv
ing iu a glass hound.
OUA DIA II.
LNox Jiie 1-2.-A ,di -p ich r om
St Pter"1burgj, isays-i Ow he in.sionl ex
peditionary fmorce to 1\hiva were -I
ioutel at the Khlivan attack at Cho.
look on the 27.h1 April 1::st. The do.
tails of t het b ttl iro) not gv n
l.ws-oniu, Juoe 12-The ('ortes la
lecste.: ~S nor'Pin'iitro M.Lrgiull, Presi
i -et ; Senor (),)rile, MI.nister of t.h;.o
si&; and envor E itervaatzM, .\lister
'1 .<un:u, JTnue 15..-Ignfiri:tieni
IIas jIl.t licen received in) this city of
nll himporuti.t victory gained by Gca.
Nuouvi-iiis, coinin aniding the govern
ient troop-, cver the Carlists iide
G (eneralJ . riP'ay, :Qar \'ittoria, the
i capital of tli provi:co of Alara,
twUity-nine i iles sout h1 of' IMib0lou.
Afier severe cngagement the Carlists
rf1ally %(..tt .nith very hcavy
losA. Three 'ihnndred were lkilIed and
a l*i Ee number wounded. Seven
Iundred persons wore capiired, lie.
sidi a considerable quantity of urmI y
a'id military stores. The n'ews L.,
czetted gre-.t excitement ht th.3 c"pi -1
N Asava u, Juno I.-There has
been roni i ense scare here, ocC:Osion
ed ly :a grrit deal o( sickness and a
large i bnuner of deathis. Thlie disease
was firt pronounced Aointic Choen a
atid afterwards Choler;a iMol 61u4. 'Tihe
p iorti of this morning s.y - I Iia.
jority '-f the physici.ais now Lelieves.
tie diseae is n, w Choleril, but 'tha't
it has arisen from malaria."
There were only eleven dent ha yes
terl:iy and very few nCw Cases are re
porled. Evory one who coul leave
l:ft the city early this week. All the
Scho.ols ald lquainoe's h1nnes have
Vl1e1'd. ITile excitem ent h.,wever is
Nn:v Yonic, June 12.-The trials
of tho cases of Teunie lh.iiin and Col.
Blood have beeii postponied on ac
coInt of the hickness of Mrs. Wood
Francii O'Neil .-as to-day arrestod
on suspicion of throwing his wife
fionm a th stir window. Sh. was
founl this 'morning with si:411 frao
tured Wad other internal injuries of
a fatal nature. She died during the
'h1e trai1l of JFrank IT. Walworth
for the murder of his father was to
(kaet down for Monday the 23rd in.
stant, court of Oyer nd Termniner.
. IAikmim.roN, ON.Ilo, ,uto l2.
Toe-da y Tlhom as Fieldus, aln3 mployee
of* the (reat Wecst liailroad Comipany
attemnpted to murder his wife ; but
-Ahu escaped, lie returned to th~e
hiouse anid cut the throats of his two
chiLd ren, K ate, aged four years, ando
William, fourteen months, with a peni
knife. He was s-ober at the time, but
l~ad the reputation df being a drunk
ard., Th'e police arrested him, wvhile
onl hin way to I irlington l1hy, where
le intcnded to drown himself, Ie is
.now either in,3aneodr fei'gning insani.
ty. The people are infuriated nziuswt
New Yong, June 12.--A large con
course of people passed through the
Governor's room, city hall,. to-day, to
see the i-emniins of Minister Orr,
which were lying ini a state. Among
the throng~ were re i'esehtativ'es of all
the masonic lodges ; headu of depart
ments ; judges ; lawyers ; mnehants,
and others. A mong the Vi-sitors were
Bairon llenri Do Of'fenbii, Russian
minister l.Rev. Mr. Jlcjirring, Chap
lain Oreek Chapel in this city ; Gov.
Ihart, of Florida ;ExGov. Reed; of
lFlorida Govr. LeCwis, of Alabama
Dr. Mlackay~ of Ciharlcstoii, abidothiers.
Presidenzt Grant, and the ijhombers
of the enbihet : 0ov. Dix and staff:
Major-.deneral IHancock and menibei-s
of the Diplomatio corps, will attend
the funeral to-mnoi'row. The ethains
will be taken from the Goe-'r
roomi early to-moi-row to the church
where thme obseqjuiosr will be held.
M me'Inis, Jd tne 1 .-'--Ther'e wbrob
seventeen, intermnents 'here to-day,
against ninoteen y'est~erday,
A TLAN't',, Juno I13.-A nan Una.*
ed llenderuon, living in DoKalb
County, whiilo tryinegat night to
frighten a tenant on bu0 brother's
farm, was shot and killed by his
brother. The brother is frantio with
I'YANtdyli~rij Julio lu,.-the Jour
nal lins advices from Leavenjwprth,
Crawford County, of the lawless act
of a band of ten, who forcibly took a
man named (Obding from.i hi house ai
few dlays ago, eince which nothing
can b~e heard of hium. Golding was
the plaintiff in a sutto eomi el
Crnwford County to comnpleteo icr
snbsneri >tion to the stoek of the Louis.
vIll, ecw Elbany and St. Louis
Railroad Company, which a number
of the dititons claim was voted by
frand. Another gang of nmen had not
long inco destroyed the records of
'IA .Ti1tonjt, .June I15.-Frederick
Pinkncy, for 35 years deputy State's
attorney, died last evening at thme
residlenco of Jno. I. Owens, the
comedian. Mr. Pinikney was th~o
uncle of Judc lPinieyof th Circui.:t
,ourt, and of Gov. Win. P0inlkroy
Y7hite, of Maryland. Him fnt her was
,t, oni timoe ULjitod States miniritor to
1NxI.NA-It:tS, June 14.-T'ho Su
SCU'ee Court has aiga'n gratited iN)Irs.
leu, who ibas twice been convicted
if miurder, an:1 Mr. and .\ 1r4. Y oucg,
ow trials. This will .. the fiIth
II b.Nrm.nnitN, Ky., Juno 1 4.--A n
TI.uSaL0 wvanl, attOndin1 IL ai ecas, killei.d
chii with a cluib and iijnjred 4
mImber. le was arrested atie.r ':
eiving thrN(e .t sei J frim th polici.
a pli have been taken of C put ui
[ack and the whole of his band of
vaurriors. 0 mo Davis hu bontA apar.
v of men to limit for anl arrest tho
oersots guilty of the utu:. a r of tho
.Ni-mi; , Juno 1.-Caterpillars
.mitty, they a l-0 detroyi r cottottt
[1w) are wurv ol the Nort i Misi.
-i*lPp ti.aIi el(t biefore. Owing to
lie inomant rais, grass and woola
re also daimainig the c'ttotn Cro.
New YoIK, Junle 15.-The < juIran
iue vIlieials relnwrt that up to tho
' esent tim fill pai-senger, and crews
l vtl::elo art''ving fro.n New 'Olents
tilve boon found perfectly Ialthy,
1nd that the 3Cllow fever so bad o'
ato in IRio Janeiro is gI'uually
Ibating. At pIre-:'ent, (lie oiliials
qtate, there i3 go necessity of enter
aintinig an1y serious fears of the im -
oirtation of tiny foreign duiMne,
-itlr oT cholera or yellow fever.
Nitto thousand find t wienty('o
miigrants arrived at this port (u11 itngl
Tho rille range of the Natiot'al
lidie Absociation, it Creedmouor, will
)c opeied by a gr;tnd i match on 8atur
lay nett. A number of Now York
md New Jeon.oy regiments will bu
represented. All competitors will
be in uniform. Thirteen valualde
prises will be cotpctod for. Gav ;,
nor Di'k will be present if poshible to
*pen tho grounds. itavit ions Nliave
been cent to the 'resident an ! a largo
tumber of iruy oicors and variui
teads of departieuts of this city and
Th ark lialtry Steal.
TheCre is a J.-pect of warm pe
sonal di.senmasiin iii the neXt Cougiress
otn the b IjeCt of iack-p-iy steal voted
at (te lasit session. The inubers
who took the noioy regaruled the In
tion of tbo.-e who refu:ed or returned
it is fn imputaition onl their uflicial
honor and itntegrity, and they do not
propose to puls it by un.noticed. Con.
gre.sman Randall, of Penns 1 vanil,
has prepared a speech, which he will
deliver ott the first opportunity, de4
fending the extra pay business, and
criticising the conduct of thos'O who
rcfused to tecApt tite money. He
'will show that all those jv.ho wer'e
me mbers of the Thirty-ninth Congress,
in which the nalaries of Congro.smnot
were raised from three to five thous
mnd dollars, and who wore in the last
Congress, took their back pay in
186'6, although they refused it in
1873. Randall alleges that the back
pay of the Thirty.ninth Congress was
championed-and engineered by Sona
tor -hermtan, wvho introduced it in a
conferenee commttitteo. The whtole
thing will be ventilated tat the neat
Whatl theso Uraiiges MaliI.
Mr. Georgo Kimball, brothter of
Santiiel Kimball, of this city, hAs
been mehk and unable to do his farm
work this spring. Seventeen ol' the
)3urroak Granges riggcd their tannt
on blonday and broke up twenlty
seven acres of ground and left it
ready for planting. There is somto
t ling practical in that kind of
Grange wvork, and it hie a smacnk of
brotherly kindness in it that wpdlhi
make most any half-decent mtan watit
to be a farmer and a G ranger. Mr.
Latiidn, an artist of this city, got w'ord
of whtat Was-'oitg o, took his instru
monta and weont to the spoct and sue
ceeded~ in (notting an oxc.ellent photo.
graph 61'L this practical demonstration
of the O'ragrs.-La wreceI (Kansas)
In the reports of the i'eoent exami
nations at WVest Poit, contained in
letters of correspondents to the New
York .journals, no applicant froni
South Carolina is put down as having
possed. . Tfhis is a mistake. Mr;
T1htomas Simis, of Rock Hill,, who, it
will be remembered, receivod the
appconent after a. competitive ex
amtination at this place, entered thd
class at West Point without difficulty,
''lho correspondents eommtittod the
error of putting Mr. Sims down as
fromt Pecnnsyl vania.--Phiomix.
Thto Danbury man hias boeo in
Chicag~o, atdiydritou "A. hitching
posi4 *i a. rartty here. Whoa. an
eastern an comnes across a hitching
T'hese weights occupy a promuinent po
sition in a rtinawriy. Wh len a Chsica.
goirran sees a runaway hlorseoeootin
alone htis ateeL, hoe don't step to in..
qiuiro whe(ter it wvas the resuilt o(
eareleisness or accident. . Heo merely
Pays 'fleatven protoot us I' and erawli'
un der a stoop."
Inail of Wood Ashecs.
'Pure ivood ashes are wortih fifty
ients per bushel to any farmer.
Bandy Soils aro benefitted by the ap
plication of wood ashes, and thte follow.
hng oro ps are particularly increased
by applying ashes: Potatoes, car
rots, cor'n, hennq, peas, clover general.
ly. Scatter large (luantities of wood
asheos around fruit trees. fThe potasit
in thorn will prevent cracks and igf;
ml the surfcen of tla frut