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Let vg have Faith that llight tnaken Might, and in that Faith -tat " to tht tttrl itar to tin our !utu t -re uinterstaml It. Abbarax Lihcoik.
TJEB31S 2- iKAlam Per Annvnt
VOL- XVIII-NO XXVI.
FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S, IS72.
YrH01E NUMBER 675
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MOT i & IW&H
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8 ludtuky Street: firtt Door Kattof PottOJlce.
(One -opy, one yrair
.Three ruouLLs ,
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Sent In Hie -lis-.t of i-atenalof tlieUuaJ
trie, and ha-m employed experienced end
careful -roricmeu. we are prrvunA to execute
orde m lor e-ery v net y or r a i . i " " v
Jos Pbi-tixo with owitnese and dUpalcn.
T he adl iUun ol Hearn Power U our elablln
mentaflord. a. ,r.t '' '"';
.nnnlrTofflmln the vaf of low price and
f (. work Call wltu n and be convinced.
trlRhT PttEABI TfRlAN CHURCH. Rev
Hrvtcea everr fttoth t
I9V4 o'clock, A. Mod7 o'clock. V. M. --
b-lo Hcbool 12 o'iork. A. M. Prayer -e
In 7 o'clock l- M.. Thnraday eveum. Cor
ner of Main and Ilanlin xtreeia.
WM. Petenu,r"a!rtor.i4ervl every Baobalb
at lo o'elocn. A. M, and 7 o'clork, V.
Habbalb 4cbool 2 o'clock, r. M. Prayer Meet
ln 7 clock TUurwlay evening, broad way,
METBODJS1 IPIMCOPAL HURCB, Ee
B. B.H indemon. I'antor. Bervlet-aeverjhal.
batb at liri o'clock, A. M-,aud 7 o'clwi, V.
M. Mabbatb Hcbool 2 o'clock, V. M. Prayer
Meettnc 7 o'doele Tlioiaday evenlnc. lian
j)ukyil.roel weal oX ilain atraow. .
BSUL1HH I VTHtRAIt CHURCH, Rev.
Oeo. Jtiller, Pastor, hervlcea every tM.UI.atb
4. iv o'clock, A. and 7 o'clock, P. M
Sabbath Hcbool at o'clock, A. M. Prayer
rfecttng 7 o'clock Tlianiday evening. Craw
ford stree. vtof Ualnktreet.
USITKO BtitlHRHy IX CHRIST, Itev.T.
J. HarbaUKb.PaKtor. Hervlceseveiy Kaobatb
at I'l o'clock, A. M., and 7 o'clock, P.M., Sab
bath Mchool at o'clock, A. M. Prayer Meet
nc. 7 o'clock 'i horwlay evening. Corner ol
Crawford and Wesl .treeU.
CHURCH Ot 'Jtli,ront treet,weiitor Main.
Rev. J. W. Awkerraan, Paitlor IServlcenon
Kabbatb at lo!i o'cloi:k, A. M.. and 7 o'cioc.
P.M. Habbatb-wliooi v. m. j-rayer
ineetlnc every Tburti day evening at 7
Br. MICH A CA IHOLJCCHURCH.Tier
J. U. Vocnu, Paxtor. livery otber BHbbalb
rind Vl,uait o'ili-k. A.M.. lilKb Mawal
in a u 'uloliiKtn at 2. P. M. rvloMllrj
Ki'itfltkh. Ueruian and l-'rencb. Maw every
mornlnx at h o'clock. A. il. WtU end ol
U KltMAX LU1HKRA i.John'i)CHCRCn,
Itev. M. Bnerkie. 1'aKtor. Hervicen every
oilier Babnatb at 10 o'clock, A. JI., habbatb
School al0'Clk,A. M. BinKinKDO.TICiT '
7 o'clock Krtday evening. Corner or W ent
and Front st ree'x
Rev. Jo-lab May, pahtor. Hervicwi every
other Habliatb at 10 o'cioct, A. M. tafct end
uvuuAN BHHiRUKU CHURCH. Rev. J. O'
ii.,hi ptnr. Herslcea every oilier Btibbalb
at o'clock, A. M. fabbsitu bebooi all
o'clock, A. M. Prayer MeeUng at 7 o'clock
Wednewlay aveulug. J-aav euu oi .naiu-
' Cron atreet.
A ,-ASOELlCAL CHURCH.Tiev.Ym. Wblt
tluicton. Palr. Hervlces eveiy Sabbath
at ln'z o'clock. A. M and 7 o'clock, P. M.
(abbalb School at o'clock, P. M. Prayer
meelinv Wednewlay evening. Handusky
atreet eaM ol Maln
flNDLAT a.UXUL, K0.W R. 8. it.
Kexular Convocation atoocd Monday In each
month. jAnnWiuvix, T. I. G. B. B.
HSDLA Y CHAPTER, KO. 6S, R. A. M.-
Keeular Convocation PlrHt Monday in eacn
mouth. B. F. KjMMONiU. P U. IX. EiiKWi
UK Tit. AT LODGE. XO.VZl. F. A. M.
Regular Communication Fimt and Third
Wednesday" in eaeb month. M. B. Patiku-
soa W ii.,0. J. DiWoik, Secretary.
HI.ASCHAR.D LODGE. JfO. 403. f. ATM.
Regular Coiumuulcatli n Sjoohd and Fourth
Weduendnya In eacu inojta. is. r. aix
o,W. M., r. W. Fikmim, boeretarj-.
VULVAJf KULA JLPiUAJirAlB,! !, -
i. O. t. . Stated meeting on the second
and lourth Fridays ol each mouth, 7 o'clock.
P. M In Udd Fallows' nan. iJ.t.nmi.a
u. i' and I). T. Wi.NDEua, Scribe.
JAMCOCR LOIHJB, ifO. 73, 7. O. O. .F.
H-luied meetlnipi every Tue-iday evening at
J o'clock, P. il., in odd Feilow'a Hall. J. F.
I'.uuicaT. , N. G.. J. C. Powki.1., tiec'y.
Jepirtare and Arrival of Malls at the
riudlay Post Office.
Caret Branch C X. V. RR- 5:20 a. ra
frtmoJU H.ancA u. K. U. RU 1:0 p. m.
Ccay Branch C S. s f. '.30 p. m.
rWawil Branch L. K.t L.RB-- 11:30 a. m.
Kan urtH iurlage. Mange and Bowling
Ureen Tnewiay, Tliurwiay aud Hatarday.ttt
tl a. m. Arrive at 4 P. M. .
JaT(. ilaMea.u, HtntckUnen and Emng Cbmer
Tueaday and bat ur day, at 1 p. ia. Aamve
Flndlay 12 M.
ruaira, tfiUuiwutowiiand' Dur Tuesday
aud Saturday, at 1 p. m. Arrive 12 M.
taanoajimrir, Mamm and Hamon Tuesday
and Friday, at p. m.
Oat Ridoe, OUoma, Rnannke, Betmore and UU-
ooi Taekday and Friday, at 7 a. in.
.' Arrive 2 P.M. , Jtj , ,
tieaXoa Rvine tunnicy and Pendleton Friday,
at 6 a. in. m J .
tfcOonbaad ctfaiffe Onter Wednesday and
rtatnrday.atl p. u. Arrive 12 M.
OMatatmi rre Friday, 6 a. m. Arrive SP.M.
A da Tuesday and Friday 2 p. in. Arrive 1 P. M.
. orrtcs Hocita.
O pen at 7 a.m. and close at p. m
Peroou noidlnx boxen mast pay rent on tho
tame within tnenrst tendayao M&ch quarter.
Uuanera commence Jan April, July and Oct.
Peracna taking papers through the office
mnt pay the postage in advance, or they will
be discontinued. Tue following are the qua:
terly rate of postage: Papers published sev
en times a week, 3i centa ; times, 30 ceuu ;
g times leents; twice a week, 10 cenU ; once
week, cenu; monthly, over 4 ounces, 6
-nu; Une ""t'SoS AD AM3, P. M.
sjaraawl MT lame luserlcd Ibla
leartiiirtl I be paper st -Si a Dollars
ttarnri t gate.
W. H. AKDBBSOH. CEO. F. rKSD-KTOS
AIBEKsOX 4c PJE DLETOX.
ATTORNEYS at Law. Willattendcarefu'.ly
and promptly to all kinds of business.,
bpecial attention Riven to Titles, Prouato
matters, Conveyancing aud Collections- Ol
ficeover Hubeis' Drug Sljie, north of Court
rtep. 4, 1S72 If.
j. B. jOBJnyrox. i U'Febsos hc ak elt
JOUSSTOX 4r McASELLT.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOKS AT
Law, Findiay, Ohio. Oliice in "Head
Building., North-east ol Court 11 oose
Will attend pro-uptly to all busiuess entrust
ed to their care April 2U, 1K72.
A. t'. ASD-KSVSi,
TTORSEY AT LAW, wiUattend prompt
L Iv to business Special attention given
to ailloriloL- omce in orey s buiwiiug
(over RulbrauO A-Corey's Hardware Store,)
kaln Street, Findiay, Ohio.
V. d. BAKXD.
A TrOltSEi" AT LAW COLLECTION
A Agent. Oflice In Carltn's Block, oppo
ih rnrt House. SueckU allenuon giv
en lo collection iu town and country. Loans
negotiated on favorable terms. Oct. 2a,lS71.j
JAMES A. HOP-,
TTORNEY AT LAW.
...Hoe over W- L. Davis Co.'s Store, Main
Htreet, Findiay, Ohio. lapr. 14, Tl)
UEIBT BrtOWM. B.T.DCSS
. tor KEYS AT LAW. Flndlay. O.
A .iw.vi. be la attendance at their oltice
ver-lld W uite Corner," first door South of
is.ivinn. House, and will give prompt per
sonal attention to ail lei;ai business entrusted
to their care.
J AVOB F. BrBKET,
TWikN'EY ANDCOUNSELLOU AT LAW
A and Notary Public. Will attend prompt
ly to ail business entrusted to hi care. Par
tinuiar attention given to Collections. Parti'
tioounj of lauds, and business In Probate
, '.ill IT,
Or'FlCKon MaI n Street, Eaxt of the Court
House, lu room loruieriy occapieu oy crown
M BurkeU imav
MUSSAI n.ttIIAr-X. AAJtOS B. SHA1-FBB.
s A VING formed co-partnership for the
Law. will praetice in b
and United States Courts, and will give
prompt attention to all business IdaowT
their bands. OrBoo in Wheeler's Block, ind
I. B. BEABDSLET,
4 TTORSEY AT LAW end Claim Agen
A Will pr-ctloe law in State and U. S.Cou
aud auend promptly to business intrusted
biseare. Ah Justice of the Peace will attend
to Conveyancing aud utkiugdeposi lions. Office
Boom No. L Meiodeon Building. Findiay,
JOU3I ML. 1IAMLIX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Notary Public
will practice in all ktle and Federal
Courts. ortSoe in i'atteraon's Biock. Corner
al J and M-jutoskv Htnvia. Kimllay. obui.
A rrottJiliV-ooi'NaELLoR AT LAW.
u.tt! over toj Uksl Corner Drug c.tore.
M ortu ol Court House.
TAEALERKln Ajrricultaral linuleme,. r
J ail, Glaa Bash, Putl Bent WorkCui-
j, ' e.-u.ri, xei 1 1 up and a
Block of Shelf Goods. jSo. to Ewlng's Block
Main Street. ocs
WHOLESALE A ND RETAIL DEALEOBin
Cigars, Tobacco, SuuiT and Pipes.
aniendid stock of Flue Cut. Short's Piman
Brooking Tobacco- A full line of lift lc Good.
tr.. ti. A. BUECSK,
DEBT A LHITlt'JK'iX.- Particolar'niion
KiVf-ntoi:ie treatment o! natural teel b.
1etb QlU-tl a'itri fe'iid'l'ul, t:nloil and Hliver.
HatUI:iCtion vnrunteed In ail cai. O.T.ce
over WcIau ' rtnoe ftWre, M-uuSlreet Undiay
uiiio. ucl. fl. la, u.
'. K. Ill 111
APHRATlVK AXi MfX'HANICAIj IEN
j tint, Crojnlfy'a Bluci. All cprHllon
perrliilpg liie prolewlon. carefnlly and
HKinrai.y periormea. itvi a e oce, .oi.i, weal
ia. j. aaii,
t! CErtBOX liEXTfST, liavinir prsct!cel twen
O ty-flveyeainin Kiudliy aud viciuily, will
mw-niwp in au uie un;t rem wyui. utM&
rl Xeetli and Uuma lrt-at.il in a M'leullfic man
ner. Teeth extracted wit bout pain, office in
Het Minon'a Block, over liaucoca iiank.
H. A. ULLTM.B, l. f. H.
C Keltser. Opt-rative and Mechanical
KJ.uentist. Artinctat teetu tnndeoiall Htyien,
natural teeth filled wltheold. silver. Ac. and
teeth extracted without pain with laughing
Kaa.crftorfiforiuAc. Brancb otTin. C'akilY Int
day of each monlii. ADA.jkl Pridav of each
month. Oiuee in Kindlay.over MakerxCo'a
MioeHiore, ame entrance to i.yie'K I'n-tnre
Gallery- Way lu, TJ-tf.
AHKS1CAS UOI SZ.
ut..i iai lu, rronftor. uoruer Slain
O.aud Main;roantreetii, Pindiay.Oblo.
lueceolrai location ol tuia Hume niakea It
the most desirable plac totopat in f indiay.
lbetablearealwayasup,lied with the beol
n me mariiei. uochi aiaoiea and nuctlera.
l.B. BAI.LESTXVU. W. H. TOST
B ALI.E9iTIN A IO.ST.
DEALKK!j IN VvHKltiX and lxiueKl'cIlry
OooiIh. Ladica aijd Oeiitl,t.i-ti'M l-'iiriiikd.
inn Goodn, iaukee .NoUoun.il illii-rj UootlH,
W uite Goods, Giovuiand Jloaiery. tsiatu.-nerv.
eu,etc. Hpc-claity Good goods uud low pii
cea. No. 7i, Alan Htreet.
ritUK GKKAT CASH HOUSE, "Old hlte
A. t-oruer," iy court House. A complete Dry
Goods Hlore. Clolbiua ciUtre. Boot aud felloe
fclore, Hat aud tiip fttore, iliillnci-y htore. Fur
ntore. Carpet tstore. ibe peace wiieie close
buyers buy. follow the crowd.
PATlXttSO.'i A UIXDUUs,
Iwiies' aud Gent's Furs, Clothing, Car-
jwui, nuis. iaj, eu-, aoh, auu v .ain bu,
luutu;, J nut.
D.tXIXE - SO.VS,
WlIOI.KSALiS AND KETAIt, DEALERS
In Grocereis. Flour. Fish and a General
variety in the Grocery and Provision line-
Good prices paid lor Butler, Kxkk, and Coun
Produce K-neraliy. Lastsnle of Maiu hi.
door north olUoil House Block, t-'imllay,
"uio. i a urn to. u-u.
ISAAC DAVU. EENXT B QEEI5
DAVIS A CiBI.ES,
irHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
iV aud Commission MerchaiilM and l-,ilr
Flour, Salt, Fish, Wooden and Wil low Ware
ox Corner ol Alain and bandusky ejtrects.
. DAVIS. J. W. DAVIS. H. . JETWIEB
UAVIS LUOS. A ! .,
HOLES ALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
and dealers In Hour. Provisions. Wooden
Notions and eeueral variety. Goods at Whole
at Clcveluud and Toledo prices. &oa,21
C1AULINS CO BANKERS. Banking
House in Rawson's Block, No. Ui, Wain
Street. Findlav. Ohio. Rankira Huurm w a
12 o'clock, and front 1 (a 4 o'clock. P. M.
oaUKinn ouslnessdone. InnreKl on
r. OACE. FAI1LLI CAB-IS
l.iiix A. Meeks, Cashier.
HENDEI-SON'S BLOCK, Flndlay, Ohio,
JSells Dlails on England. Ii'i-lu.tiil lu.nn.ni
all princinal cities of Euione. In nimi
purcuaaeis, auu uo a Keners I ban&iug bus-
iu 1-. UAOt & CO.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL J100.O00. Desig
nated DeL-osltorv of the 1' n Witi
tckins Hours Iroin in UoVliw lr M ,nH l
P. it. Inrrrlort: E. 1. J.ine-. w. H. U' heel
Henry Brown, J. H. Wilson, and Isaac Davis
jonbs, rres't. C. E. Nibs, Cash.
g-3riajJ anil rrjrocs.
KIHSEL cY ( AKLIX,
L Oliice in rtixiius iormerly occupied by Dr.
D. Ballard, opposite odd Fellows' iiiul,
August 2, Ti
U. W. GALLOWAY, 9f. D.
JUYSICIAX AND SUKGEON,
OFFICE First door Norlhof Hnber's Druir
Kesjdk.nce East Alain Cross street
next door to Li nville'a Carriage Factory,
r. v. imniv. n. d
IYSICIAN AND SUBGbON. OFFICE
lu Ewiug's Block, overCrj-slal Front Drue
llesidence ou East Hardin tstreet. '6d
East ol Presbyterian Chuicb.
0ETEBiK. W. K. DBTWIXEB
WLSTr.L.IX A CEIHIIXK,
HOMOZPATIIIO PHYSICIANS 4 8UR
G EONS. Olbce and liesiueuce Maiu St.,
opiosite the "Goit House," Findiay Ohio.
L.TUIal) dc StlLLLR,
1)1IYSICIANS SURGEONS. Sui-gical and
Chronic cases desiring to eousult Dr. En
trikin will find bim in the office on Wednes
days aud Saturdays from lu o'clock a. m. to 3
p.m. l)r Miller cau be consulted on
Tuesdays and Fridays at same hours. Oliice
room formerly occupied by Dr. Eutrikin.
. A. BALDWIN
OSBOBX A UALDVIJi,
GENERAL PUODo'CEMEUC HANTS, Deal
ers in Butler, Es, Lard, Feathers, rteeus,
Fruits, Beeswax, Pells, Hides and Conn
Produce ol ail descriptions.
. J. Wl. Ill EES Jc CO
VEALERS IS DRUGS, Stationery, School
Books, etc Prescriptionsaecuratelycom
puuuded at all hours day or night. Perfectly
Drugs trnarauteed. Corner Main and
T. C. BALL A It It,
PHYSICIAN AXn SURGEO.M, (successor to
Dr. J. A. Kimmel.l Caunonsburg, Oliio.
calls promptly attended.
Clover Threshers sud Ku'lers.
THIED IEAR OFSUCCESS !
Cifilo send ft
Pj script ive
tt r if i
g 15 sell xour inresiier
an illustrated circular de
of the AMII.ANU !.(-
t,-.A.U (. L, TLIA
IIIK. izrr :n: rs 1 1
Capacity aj to li bushels per da-. "Seed
.u oi;7 and Money Makuv" Address,
Ashland Machino Co., Ashland. O.
Slanhood . How Lost, How Restored
-ST! Just published, a new edition ol
ed Essay on tbe radical cure
Ts-i siarr (without medicine) of Si-nnacA-
TouKUoiA, or Seminal Weakness, Involunta
ry Seminal Losses. Impoteucy Mental and
Physical incapacity, impediments to liar
rige d:c: also. Consumption, Epilepsy, aud
Fits, induced by seil-intlulgeuceor sexual ex
travagance. BPrice. in asealad envelope, only 6 cents.
Tue celebrated author, in this admirable es-
rav. clear! vdemonstrat os. from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of selt-abuse may be radically cured
wltnout tlie uangerous use 01 juieruai meui'
cine or tbe application of the anile; iioinung
out a mode of care at once simple, certain.
and eileclual. br means 01 wnicu every suf
ferer, no matter wliat bis condition may oe.
may cure himsell' cheaply, privately, and
radical I v.
:-J his Lecture should be In ibe hands 01
every youth and every man in the land-
isent unner seat, in a piam envelope, 10 any
address. Postpaid on receipt ofsixcents,or two
post stamp.. Aiso.ur. cuiverweil K-Marnage
Guide," price 'ioceuta. Address the Publishers,
I UAS. J. . HLI.1 t dc tU..
IS7 Koswr. Sieiv Yerk.
41-y Post office Box 4 .56.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Sports
men and others are hereby notified thai
tuey are foroidden to shoot game of any kind
on the pre nils oi tne uuuersign;u, unieas 11
be by special permission.
DAVID WALTER, H. R. ITTFFMAN,
G. W.POWELL, W.M.STEVENSON,
DAVIDSHEIiiCR, ABU'M GRABLE
WM. MARTIN JaS. IFX KEU.
J.K-Ti;ssINU It. BEACH.
ti-U WOOi. A. P.IWI.LL.
G.W. VAN HORN
33. TT Iiobinson,
Geaeral Celicciicg Agent
OFFICE-with BhaferBros., W-eeler'sBloek,
WILLatiend to all business entrusted to
his care, and ninfce PrompuWurmTllI
fers bv permisslo to W. li. 4 j wh,!?
Whlleley A Eiacnord, J.H. T f
' ' -u many 01 h
This woDdsrfal vegetable restora
tiva is the sheet anchor cf tha feebli
and debilitated. As a tonic and cor
dial for the aged and languid it has
no equal among stomachers. As a
remedy for the nervous weakness to
which women are especially subject,
It Is superseding every other stimu
lant Ia all climates, tropical tem
perate or frigid, it acts as a specific
ia every species of disorder which
undermines the bodily strength and
breaks down tho animal spirit.
Jon 19. 72-lv.
IIAU.1X-H 9IA-NOLIA BAL9I gives to
IBe Complexion the Frrab-ess
- Haoab'i Kassoua Bat.x overcomes the
flashed aa pea ranee caused by heat, fat! sue
and excitement. 11 makes the lady of forty
appear but twenty, and so natural and per
feet that no person can detect its application.
By Its use the roughest skio Is made to rival
e pure radiant texture of youthful beauty
It removes redness, blotches, and pimples.
It contains nothing that will Injure the skin
in tbe least.
JIaokolia BAZ.H is used by ail fashionable
ladles In New York, London and Paris. It
costs only 75 cents per Bottle, and Is sold by
ragglsts and Perfumers. decI9
JOHN WEISS !
NKOIIMS the public that he lias removed
BOOT & SHOE SHOP
to Kick.-! haunts' BuiMinz. Main Hlreet.where
he L prepared to do ail work in bU line at as
low price as ever.
All Work Warranted!
and repairing neatly and promptly done.
Ben. 6, lH73-tf.
The Firm of John Adams 4 Cro. has been
dissolved, and tbe business will be carried on
nt hlx old Rtand, where he Intends tobeep np
tue oiu repuuiliou 01 oetog tue
CheapestPlaco in Town,
TO BUY ALL KINDS Of
Tin "Ware, Cook, Parlor, Boz
and Coal Stoves.
Of evry varietyand at prices so low that It
astonishes everybody, lie also does every
kind of - .
Tin, Sheet Iron, and
and Is also making his celebrated
In larze qnaititieR and warrants to plve en-
tire uiiistaction. lie Is agent for Markle'3
Keeps all kinds of
for drive and open wells. Don't forget tbe
Xo. 30, Goit House Block,
,000 Cords of Wood taken in Ex-
criang; for Goods
Sept. 27, 1872-3m.
1TJ-OCLD IXFORM ALL OLD CTJ.STOM
lV ers that be hat he isllxed no in Ms new
quarters, near Ibe L. E.A L. US. Depot, and
preparetuo nu ail orurs in uis line as a
Grocer &z ZBixlicr.
Aag. 9, lS7.-8m.
THE Board of School Examlnersof Uaneocs
County will meet at the Xlutli Uistrict
tschuol iiouse, in Findiay, for tbe examina
tion of Teachers on tue followiuK days
during tbe year 1872 :
Saturday, March 2d,
" March ItSib
' March 25d,
" April Bill,
44 April Mil,
" Aiay 4th,
" May iitu
' June 6th,
" Beptember 2,bt.
Examinatlnna IneamnunivBl h 1 f nsBtnlni
Each applicant most pay the legal fee ol
Buy cents, for institute Fund, upon ontering
r acb anmlcant mnwl fnrnicl, n. tihcaH
factory written evidence of pood moral char
acter oeiore n ceniucate will Issue; and
teachers must be recommenH h- ,i,t- in.i
.cu applicant will oe admitted rnrT,m n.
tlon Within three months alter the second
All iuiirauiMHDn mm. V, nnn fl-1 t
the Common School Branches n, i'c-
eess in leacbing will always merit and receive
oko. F. PEitDi.rroir,')
Jouw Bowmajs, V Examiner!
J. R. Kagt. i
I -ST ?RE-IITJMS !
Areoffered to Agen's for pmcnrl g rinla for
inet;'."it.Aii n.x OAitlTE.
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Isathiiiy-lz column ptper, and contains
tliirty-Iour columns of reading matter It is de
Xetet, Literature, Politict, Agrlxiltare,
Commerce, and all other tuljcds of
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THE FALSE DEMETRIUS.
Oa the !"ltiL(o:i rf c turcmer day
:n 15'Jl, iJ.e young Piirrte Demetria,
a ljoy ol tea yt era cf j.'-, 1-rotLer ct
ibe rcigiiirg Czar, was v'rjirs in the
court yard in ibe j-nlate of Uglitch,
with !t iir c'iLc lit-j , l.n bltCDcantB
lit-LaJ a ko;fo in rv Lar.d, with
Lit, Bccorri- t OLe cceount, he
wts cnt.tii :r a j icce of ; tccord
irot.ifiro'.l-fr, Le wto e:k-v ring lo
6titk iLc kiiire in the rctrnd. His
goverBF, his nurse, anI a lemsle
servant y.vre close fit hai::l. Tbe
sttent on c! tLe woren rcri diiwn
f.cin him for a tv iMn.i t tud
then he v;s 6;e. I j ir y up.i-i tbe
oroiird, hathtd i 1 blocii, whiVh was
flowir-g from : kre n ond ia his
The sLritks or ;Le lerr TilJ women
011 t'.Ktoveri- iLia at.r.a'lirg trsrr-
dr, l r--ii"'it :zlo ibe ct urUard the
Czariszj wo Lout w-iling to
a word of -iIiatio, cccused
tljrt l,t.'t . tj , .n I, ,1 .
Prlnt.fc'e sutler, Mrack l.cr & violenH
1 iiit-e s irt.tr, mst',1 i.t-r tiuienti
low on llie ki-.d iri.h a i iece of
ofkT, t.ni der.cn:.c?d at hi assasbin
uliehaoi Bi iscr-:-:,, the ro.itrcllcr of
t!;epiihcp. jjiicl-et!, tt.e brotLtr oi
il.K Cz-i i zj, rt e i'l into tLe ccuit
t.rd ia a s'.s-.e ol idlcxic!ita, elrack
e.nd tbus'. il t!:0 goverr:e.e iid crdc-r
td tLc ii tsin :o be eot.-r.deil. The
court jf-td ws iaicae liaitly crowded
nun pef-pio. ii:iitiiehi r-j ptenng.
as.ti rleciai ii g Vj'jX tti IVu.ie rauet
have Icm -t'..ckcd hj n fi and all
irg upon Lis fciiife, waa f-tt Dpon by
elsnfit ro, tnt! lltd lor Liu life The
b;.'' ia fcLicii he eougLt rcluge was
n'.lst r.t ii t- Uio niob, and he arid his
8otir? g. d u- sud slain in the street
Lvt-rv . y,i;i, t:i?r'!ajed tho least
syicpatby wiilit'jc -iiri'tc'.cd persons
tiu-t wi lt :Lt Ki-nit; Ja'f.
Dtculriuj l d died without htv
i: g uucrtd a wcu. His corpse was
u-riii d in a cltaicli, ami a itquiry
iLto l.ti ti:tuuiJt-: ces :f bis Heath
v.i-s litltiid by Uoiis GcdeDO),
noble, whose titter TiieoJora ihe
i'tigrdg Cz r bsd icsriiorf, mid who
h( tk-.t: :.dvnr.ti-ffs ci Lis ir-i-oiiai
bro:l.er i.v'ftiv's ttmnken habits oad
aiCDtsil intr.iirt-'iy for itio dutica cl
govii'i.iiiciit so tsercire t'.e c'ieS
au'Loii'.y in iLe S'.usc. T!.o ivcs i
trsliOQ xr:-.-. i:occSed it: htcrtt, and
li is ciieuniti; dct, ooyp!e3 by lue
iecU that it was .-de by two nobles
r-Lo wire cv.Vm y unlt-r Die inflti.ee
cl Dcr:?, trtt Eitirottki ,s iiao
one ot Lis ticat-rt!-, sd lht subse-
quc-rt evcn'.o t-j.tpjiortcij ie suspitioa
ihstbe v;.s iinir.? ::5 ti:e tLrcuo, be-
cauf ed r;m so bu rtjrar.lc-d tv moss
isloti-nsas .;:e aatnorof a consi ir
cy ol vl.i'-i Liccjcsriai was tho first
Viciiiu. Vi iihout bating rado any
esui:i:at!j!i ! ILe corr-ee, or cij
i)rii:; tbe wcusd with tha kcife
Lit h the I'i inee bad in his hand
Kltnbc Itll, the ccmr-iiriioacrs of
I5ci is, arrived at Iho cocclusicn that
the death of Demetrius was the result
Ia Io9i, Ubco :ore -wss tr.ken ill
atd diei!, not witLoiit tjrtat fcusniiiou
bis having been poltoncd by "Doris
Godenoy, of which the Czirina wa9
well convinced tiiat ho wcubl
never speak to Ler brother aiterwr-rd.
As TOeodcre ioit uo cJiudre- i
dys-sty ot Itarik. which bad ruled
Russia nprard cf seven ccr.'n;iea.
same to an cm? st bis dci'-h. Godenev,
who tlretsdy tscrciscd nil the power
tue Urown, ana wouhl probably
have bvlTured robody ehe lo reign.
rttccccu lo ba un-ailliDg to sccepl
e er..c, iinsu urgta to Co to bj
tie ci.i:a'.ies of the people; ht-'d
even t!.e:i be made Lis acceptance of
tObuiiiuc-1 cn tbe success of an
expeditsou vbich be declared he was
about to undertsko against the Tar
tars. But ia trct, tbt ro waa ni Tartar
srruy in Ibo Cild, end Boris bad no
inW;ion cf attacking either Ksan
Astr&k!icr. Tho preterded f--rreiition
wes merely sc ex; use lor
era Wing ao aray of Ci'iy ihoassud
naen, as the ra st cffoctual cethod r-f
hcctirirg biicsilt oa the Ibror-t-.
About the middle of 1603, Trisce
Adam Wuiiioniciki, a Polish noble.
Icing EDnojed by eonie nctligecce
tbe part of one of Lia cervaatrt,
abused aud struck bim.
"You would cot treat me tui il
you kecw wbcm I aia,'? said th;
"Wbosre 3011, tbcnl"' derucLded
!he psicce, with a lurk rf surprise.
1 hhi Deiceltim Ivscovitcb !'"
was the reply.
TLe prince lit c'sred tht tbi was
iaipos:!)!f, a the ptrsn mcmioned
bad fii d, or been murdered n dt zr,
jefsbcloit, sni probably tLo"ght
first tlu-t she tung tica Ecst be
titter a lui.a;.i'J it a- ircpu.lcM ini
pZEler. But tUc ia;ter ni.iiatsined no
cocCdenVly that be was really the
pciscn l e if p-resiiiitd bimifcil to be,
rnd answered the prince's questions
wiihsoc:-cii rcsdice.s ana plauii
b iitv. tt.it Wiszhiowiccki was at Erst
stspo.cred and then cosvinred.
Accoidicu to lire storj tld bj the
- ij i,,.
jd:tg rcsr, no Laa sj suujtniy
asc.L.td psinrcly iank, like a UuUe-r-fly
erterfjrg Iroia its cbrys-liric esse,
tl-.e ji!:yic:a a'.Uched to the
emit o- TLef dare, had been tsmpcr
wit-i by Ikris, ud bad pretended
in with us.iiptr's schciacs,
oidir tb.t be ir.!g.,t b able to
.vert frcui tie ycurg pricce the dark
fatevfitb which L&vf.i tiireai?a.
For this purpose be- p r .cui ed a boy,
Eon ot a serf, who resembled
Dcir.e'.rius in height tsd features,
acd subJiiStticd 1 iu-. for the prince on
light fj 1 eilr.tc-d .'or ibe letters'
as;uf tra'.i' n I) u:clri:? ras with
crsnn tii!i!tmi i:'M-, OB
C'.tit'ii i.s 1.0: liicov. id. The
r.b?:ii!iUd er ii'w .j lautder
cd, i:i tte U.'i ! bt le was the
trd the plysician and De
fcetiius fled. The latter was com
mitted to the care of a It ysl gentle
man, who, lor bis greater a entity,
placed bim in a ixciastery.
Bath the pbysicsan sad the gcctlc-m-n
to wboee care Demetrius was
alleged to bve been ccmsuiitei were
row dead, and tbe otly corrobcrative
evidence which t'tse jo--g 11153
cou!d crcdnee consisted of wal,
- - i-Y
e-rinr the name and arm. 01
meiiics, a'ud a iewaied cross of gold,
said to have teen a baptismal gift f
his god-father, Pnnce Ivan waua
!ai si'. Tue Drcduction of theso arti
cles ea.is Eed Witzmowecki that bis
strvau waa really end truthful C-r,
snu Uc a, ccee ledsed bisa in t'.e uest-
spaitmensoi ia castle, ana P1""
vicdhir wi-h clothiD, cimages.
horse-5, aud a retinue 01 attfcn--cts
tui'.ab'e to his Euppcssd rant
iue L.retesios 01 the roucg can
wne imrcediately made known to
many f tbe leading Fciisli nobility,
l:o warily supported them. Con
firmaxrv evidence on bis behalf wa?
obticd froni one Pietroviki, a eer
vntt of ibe Chancellor ol Lithuania,
who etated that he bad formerlj
been one of the attendants ol De
men ins acd described the marks by
which tbe prince, if really livicg,
minbt be identified. Demetrius, be
6 -.itl. bad one of bis arms ebortei
than the o'.her, a wart on the forehead
and acothtr under the right eye.
r-'efe- mCScie'itly r rovkable tvi
d;i -s or Lis i'itn'i y the tx servant
of I'.ince Aflani Wiz&iouchi waa
o!e lo sbow
The apparent age of the pretecriei
to the crown cf Kas3ia egi ted i'.li
that which'Deraetrius would have at
tamed hud be been still living. But,
it there was a fieri'- ton who so macb
rcsemueu ucmt trios as to be mia
Uken ftr hina. not ccly bv the attend-
-nts about Lia pr-raoc, Lai trcn by
tis mother and Lis uncle, the evi
dence cf identity cannot be admitted
to bet reach value. According to
the prcliEriers 6tory, this boy had
L-ecu Ecrdercd ; but tbe stcrr is
6trorg!y gag-gestive of the hjpethesis
lit it it was lt;e prince who waa mur
detcd, as gecertlly believed, atd
iLa it was 1 lie (eil t ecu who waa
afterward received s the Demetrius
who had been eeppceed to have been
Against this supposition there was
s.tiheUct Hat the pretender had
evidently received what waa for the
time.", an education benefitting a
piiccr. lie r peke Iiolish oa well aa
Ka6isn rtther belter, indeed ; lie
knew a little Latin, wrote veil, was
C0IlViErs-tt tU Ku&iian Lb-tory and
P!,tic, tho gecenlog
iiuiau nobility; and.
went as far as anything elt-e l f'a'ifv
the Polish iiobka that be was the
rifeli.lul Czar, bo rode a.i.d ftt.ccd as
wtn us ii:euieeives. nut it l e w-s
an nii!)Obter, aa historians have
agreed to consider him, Huge qusliti
cations would have been t'ivtn bim,
waiter 01 iiccobity, ! tue iq-
liigueia by whom the lraud was con-
Ilia ssoiy was Lot le-rir in rtacbin
tho eaie of Boii, who at once com
mittcd the unpardonable folly
endeavoring to buy the pretender off,
and thus tregibe-ning the convic
tion of the Poles that they bad tbe
ligluful Czar among them, and fur
nishing his enemies wiiii a lors-ioable
weapon ogamst himself. The pre
tender strong in tbe supper t cf the
rolc-p, toon became vi ry troublesome
but, as long as Boris Jived, all tbe
( fforls ol bis partisans lo place bim
on tue throne was unavailing.
Oa the death of ISorij, the pretend
ca JJemtltius anil his adLerents re
utwed their tfTorls, and with to much
success that the itign of Theodore
Borisovitch w9 a short cne. Th
prntcnticr entered Russia once more
at ti.e head of a force which gainei'
blrcngth as 1; marcued, overcame ai
aud tnteiir.g SIoscow,
deposed Theodore and assumed the
government. The mother of Demet
rius, who had, tiil then been prevent-
rd irom 6eeir.g sm, now oeclsred
her convicticii ihst lie was her son
bud Lis clf.im whs generally ackcowl
lie married a Polish princess
hut, though bis position seemed
secure, hi" tenure of the Empire
proved lo be precarious. A power
ul noble named Zuski denounced
him r.s en impostor, and raised against
him an ineuireclion which became
more lormidblc every day. Attacked
bis palace by the insurgents, be
definded it with great intrepidity,
until, ovei powered by numbers, be
was killed lighting, sud died with his
sword in Lla hand.
The Czarina was eeLt a 1 rieoner to
Juried-)' ; and Zaski was proclaimed
l3peicr, but deposed after a brief
barrassed by continnal tumults
auu re iK-i iiocs.
ABOUT A RUSSIAN
The Albany Argus publishes a let
ter Irom Hanover, Uermanv, in
which it is stated that her Serene
Ilighess, Princess Alexandrowna
Troubcacheneff, whose maiden name
was Stratonerobkoff, was to sai from
Bremitn on the 5i.li instant on the
New York steamer, with the inten
tion of going to America to join the
Oneida cemmunuy of Free Lovers,
near Utics, in this State. If this re
peat be corrct, her S.'rene liighntss
must have already arrived on our
shuies, and escaping the interviewers
gone fl.fcr.to her place ot destination
lhis is au interesting piece ot laeh-
lcnablo or court gossip, and our re
publican people will be coriou. to as
certain more about It. T.ie letter is to
the following efhet :
"'piinceesa Alexandrowna Troube
EchcneH ties Stratone-rnskcfT, sails
from Bremen to morrow on the New
Yotk steamer. She goes to the
United S -te of America, to join the
Uneida hoci.ty,' New lork. lt.e
Princess belongs to one ofJ.h9 tami-
ics of the cl 1 t'eudal iiobiiilj , H lm-
mciise'y wealthy , end ei jojs a cer-
tu pt.-j.ular.ty as agiate-ui wntrcf
t eal piu;s. She iso i.ub!ibed a
rw eti.s sii'ct a small volume cl
R'jjeian pcetry, in tue Dcthoullietes
stie hUe i a 1 Ticcess of no smsll
altnt.fnt hi r 'forte' is the languages;
i-iie speaks no less than seven of them.
Is it possible that a peisoa so richly
ed'.td shall soon by seen among; that
m-terhood ot the Bloomer costume,
in that odious brown frock and
raw ers lo u.atch; her beautiful
eeteo cut to her ears, and those
ovely white bends busily en. aged
maRinz apple-saucer The New
York Herald may spare Stanley this
iree. se baa declared, on leaving,
she would refuse to le interviewad by
Amesican newspaper reporters.''
"I wish 1 was in tbe land of cotton"
Forget what comes next. MLool-
a'say, way down South in Dixie.n
Oh, 1 forgot. I mustn't sing that on
aunday. hat s the reason we can
Bins sinful songs on week days? I
wonder why. Uarvey eings wicked
songs on Sundsy ; for, when be came
in here filer a match to light nss
ciggar, he stopped and looked at
Ruth's photograph, which hangs over
the mantle piece, and .are: "Uai
she is just as 'beautiful as a batteifly
and gay as a quee. I-n't she, t rea
dy ?" And I says : "Who ?" And he
said; "Pretty Pouy rerfcins, oi
Kensington G.-een." And I eays: "I
don't kaow : and it was sinful to sing
that on Sunday And I told him
"wouldn't be please g'wcp stairs and
bring me my paintbox.' cut
be didn t hear me. Tnere s a great,
big. 'bouncirg, 'bommible blue bot
tlt fly. I 'rpize bim. If I could ca'.cb
him. Pd pod every one of bis legseff.
Oh,, dear ! 'Doption, justification,
and sanclificaticn. a.d all the bless
ings that in this lile fl.w from them.
I 'spiz. Grandpa, too; 'cause he al
ways asks me such ugly questions.
"It seven boys eat ninety-fight
orindges eacb,how many will they eat
together ? "If forty pecks of cran
berries cost twodoliais and teveotty
two cents, bow much will six pint
cost ?' I 'tpize him ! Ob, my goodey I
There's Iiuiti and ila cominv home.
'-Se notification, justification, 'doptit.n,
scecQin' irem turn in ordinary trans
gresi'on, not only for bianelt, but for
ni- post-ay, auu aii ta Denenu
w. ich in this life do either accom
pany or flow frem'em."
'I It ere is anybody coder the car
is'.eref heaven that 1 have in uiur
exereicetcts,'' eays Airs PsiUogu
' it ii the slanderer going abont, like
a bay coasUuctor, circulating his cal
oxcel upon honest folke."
What a Little Roy Knows About It.
BY MISS L. J. WILLIAMS.
The covenant beisg made with
Adsm, n t only for himself, but for
his postetityll mankind, descendios
from him in ordinary generation.
sinned in bim and fell wiih him in
kh first iransgressicn."
There thej've all gore i'mn
glad. Uuth baa fixed me ever eo
comfortable in the big rocking-chair
and another chair, with two pillows
and tbe sofa cushioD, right in the bay
window, where I can look cut at the
street and learn my C-techsam. I
was tired of the nursery : but no
body thought about me but Ruth.
She ia sttth a fine g-rl, she is. I
wonder whether Rath binned in bim,
too? Rath says everybody is "to
tally depraved ;" but I don't believe
she is. Ruth Thompson ia my sister,
and she's lovely. She says we ought
to love everybody ; but I guets she
loves Harvey best (llarvey's a great,
big man). I wonder what covenant
means, and who made it for Adam ?
Maybe Eve. I wonder whether it
tasted like cu3tard. I wonder what
his posterity was. I wish Harvey
would tell me; but bo won't, so
there's no use asking. Oace we had
a lesson about Jehu and Jezebel, and
he said : "Jehu kept a livery stable
and drove fast horses; and once,
when be wm going to Central Park,
Jezebel looked outoi the wi it-low, and
she bad seme -lilcom of Y01 tV on
her face." And then Ru h came ia,
and be did nt say auy more.
When I was well, KuUi used to
take me to Sunday-school ;. hut since
Pv b.en sick she hears me her own
self. Pve been sick lots, I have.
First it was the measUs; and just as
I was getting well I too it cold, and
then it was whooping - cough ; and
thea I dumb a tree and broke my
arm: and then Mrs. Wilson's babv
gim me the chickan-pox ; ' and then
the time I was einf-1 and stole the
green apples, like Eve that was
most the awlufcet time of all; and
then I most got drownded, and they
rolled me on a bar'l,and I bad croup
in tbe night; and when I was play
ing fish with Jimmy Mclutosb, at
the hotel, we went way up to tbe top, I
and we naa iwo siring r-uu two
crooked piss, and wc leaned over the
and Jimmy nabed off Mr.
Clark's spectacles, and I tumbled
and fell right into one of the darkey
waiters. Ua, aear! they thought
was dead, and got the ceilowso and
blowed in my face; and Ma fainted,
and then they blowed in her face and
epi.t water on us ir.ci men, one
Fourth of July, IIrvey gave me a
cannon a little one ; and I loaded
up and fired it cff.and tuen ran bs
hind tbe door. But it didn't fire oil;
and I went up and peaked into the
muzzle, to see what was the matter,
and U bust, it did, and burnt every
one of my eye-winkers off, and roost
my hair off, and set my apron on
e. Then Iney rolled me in the
hearth rug and put oil and cotton on
me. Oh! I did look so funny, just
everybody would laugh aud say
"Poor boy I And then they'd laugh
again, ilarvey was very good to me.
said it was hit fault, because be
gim me the cannon. He used to
come and see me every day, and
bring me an orindge, or some pea
nut", or a picture bock. Only I
guess he came to see Ruth part ot the
lie loves Kith, i-verybody
her ; they can't help it, you
lie is out on the back veran
now, smoking. I can see his
boots way up in the grapevines. He
alwajs cornea here on Sundays.
Everbyody else has goue to church
except Pa." He is taking his nap on
sofy, in the parlor. I can hear
him more way out here But I was
talking about my being sick. Wei!,
hut time it was the scarlet fever ;
1 am getting well now. Ma says
would be very expensive if it wasn t
that Pa was a doctor. She thinks
that it is a very "providential circum
stance.". There! I ur:si forgot
about my Catechism.
"What benefits do they wbica are
effectual called partake cf in this
They who are effectual called do
this lile partake of juttificaticn
adoption, and sanctification, and the
several benefits which in this life do
either accompany or flow from them."
I gcess Ruth is fetched and called
shouldn't like to bs 'dopted.
though. Jimmy Mclatoahu dopted
used to live in the 'eylum, where
was all whitewashed and the) bad
little iron bedsteads and nasty soup.
wonder what original sin is any
sy. wonder wneiner .ueiuusaiau
sd to learn the Cateciiisms when he
a boy. I wish Ma would tell me
about it. But she's al-ays so
busy makirg things out of Harper's
Bazar, on her new eewing macuine.
Tnere goes a lady on the other side
the street with a bonnet just like
Ma's. I can't tee ibis eiJe of the
street as well as the other, and it's
furthest off. I wonder why. Oa !
there goes the dearest, sweetest little
teenty taunty bit of a pup-.-y dog I
ith had a puppy. Ma don t r.Ke
I wender why. sue caiied
"her pet" the ether day. 1 won
whether she don't like me Ob,
I ''Descendin' from bim in cr-
icary transressim, sinned with
and fell into him in the first gen
len I wt.-h i bad a esr.nx of
water. Scmehow, I den t like to k
Harvey, when Ruth ain't here. He
would eay I "bothered bim." Bat if
was here be would bejust as good
pie. 1 wonocr wny.
AN ARGUMENT AGAINST TOBACCO.
The Reiiaicus Ttlesecpe thus pro
nounces against the use 01 tobacco : It
looks very bad, and is very tad to see
Christians making ol themselves slop
ping over tobacco juice tub3. This is
especially true ot Christian ministers,
and particularly so of those not very
aced. We rather Eke the action of
the Pittsburg Methodist (Protestant)
Conference, pronouncing "the uee ot
tobacco a very filthy, indecent, and
expensive habit,- and adopting a res
olution requiring each candidate for
admission into tbe conference to an
swer the follow inz question: "Do
you use tobacco? ' the answer to this
question to be included in the report
of the Committee on Applicants, so
that members need not vote for to
bacco smoking or chewing embaasa
dors of the pure and sell den ing Sav
ior, without knowing what they are
doing. But Irom the Shenango Pres
bytery, which held its late eeraion at
New Brighton, Pa., we have still more
radical. Pi e.byte: ian utterance They
declare that they "will not, hereafter,
license anj one to presca the gospel
who um-s tobacco in any snspe or lorm,
unless be promises to abandon its use
or procure Irom some reputable pnysi-
cian a certificate tnat nis neaitn re
quires iu use."
Dcbiso the seaton ended Oct. 10
there were shipped Irom the port ol
Marquette, M:cb-, 323.077 tons ot iron
ore and 23,078 tons pig iron ; from
the port of E.canaba, .66,945 tons
iron ere ; total shipments of ore Irom
both ports, 709,992 tons.
By Telegraph to the Commercial.
THE MISSOURI DISASTER.
Tale the Burning of the Steamer
Missouri at Sea, as Related by the
Kbt West, October SI T..c fol
lowing particu'sr of tbe burning 01
the stsa-ibhii Mi-otri Lav- been
obtained from the survivors who
have arrived here. When the boat
which was saved !ef: the burr.ine
ship, one boat w-u seca iih its keel
upwards, which bsd two man ca i:
TUc rescued boat 1 y fir to bcurs
by a swamped boat containing nine
men, including the CRt-ine-re, fire
men sd thiii's barber. A bucket
wai given U the l-maUs of the
swamped boat to bail with, there be
ing two 13 the rescued boat. Aa
there were no samn in the swamped
boat, tuey were unalla to properly
manag. it, and in this condition they
were le.t. It is not likely that any
of them were saved. No sail bad
been seen lor two days previous to
the nre. On that day the Missouri
was in company wiiii a ship from
9:15 A. M. until" 3 P. M , when she
was lost eight f For fort? n:i-ntes
after thcrtscued ship left the Missouri
mey aw tie passengers and crew
who remained on bo.trd crowded on
the after part of the vcsstl
It is sa:d the fire was discovered
in the floor el a locker in the psatry,
and the cry cf lire was iinme b.-.tely
given. Wei carpc!3 wa at orce put
on the firo by the pantrymen, o.id
tbe steward rported that the fire wn
out. I oe alarm was tive- while the
passengers were at brt-akiso, baton
receiving t! e Steward's npott that
the fire liad been ex'dugu:shoJ,brek
fast was resumed, an-1 the fsr of
the passengers quieted. Within two
minutes, however, t-everal voic-s
ecreamed "fire" from tha stoko hols.
Then there was confusion. Within
twenty minu'es t?.ree boats were
In the rescued bouts wi-.u the ex
ception of a few pieces of sugarcane,
there was neilher too 1 nor wnter.aiid
only two small bars, and a Kr i one
Neither were there any psiii or any
thing to make them of, it vrxa from 9
O ClOCK A Jl. ol -U
o'clock in the anem-ji of,nT;3j
before ssaistitca w.". -sprained At
kaetoe bc loolic-rripv wnssiht
ed, and the lescu'-'d party puitail
vigorously to her. The Spy took the
survivors to Hopetown, on Elbow
Key, where they arrived about 7 P.
M , on tbe 23d. Oo tho '2liii, a
schooner was sent toward- the burn
ing .hip with charts and full direc
tions where to fiud her, and with, in
structioca to look for ship's boat?,
and skirt the coast. Thn schooner
returned ob -ut midnight on the 24th,
and reported having seen nolhics ol
boats or passcngcis. The serf was
then breaking heavily on the reef..
The party left Ucpetown oa the
25th and arrived at Naw n oa the
28th. It Is eaid that the donkey
pumps of tbe st.amer was never start
ed.one ot the passengers asserting
that he bad hold of the hose some
time, and that no water web forced
throcg-i it on the fl-racs from the
donkey. Two deci pnmps were
worked for a few mir.u;c3 only.
Within fifteen miautes after the
alarm of fire was given Wilve sur
vivors were m the bost and the
flames were ccmio? f. oru the stoke
bole ia a vuIu jdc. 'I be eidp's cours.
was never altered, ar-d eor.eequcatly
the flimcs wore crr:c-l nthwsrt the
hip, burning ; liic lie bo-t on the
lee side and miking it too U';t to get
others eff Only tliree boats were
launched, two of w'uicii were swamp
ed. It is Sf.i-l " hat seven fcroahs and
seveu children were -beard the Mis
souri, rone ct when get into the
boat-. The scene presented was
lhe Missouri a eogices wero stop
ped but her 8-iiU left spread and the
oeed of four knots in maintained.
When last seen Capt. Green was
working with ILe purser Hemstean
and some of the crew, trying to get
eff the lee bsat, surrounded by smoke
nd flames. Eleven ot the survivor
say that the boat win never Launched,
but the twelfth, Captain C-Imcr, s.-.ys
was launched :u 1 01 pcoi li but
wss irrmd-li-tely swamped.
EHE ENGLAND COAL FAMINE.
A writer in the London Financier
who has been making a tour of tbe
large coal producing counties of Eug
land, gives a gloomy account oi the
Asiness prospect The coliieriep, he
said, were lull of orders and contracts,
many old ones, and at low prices,
while the men were everywhere more
inclined br recre-alion than tor wotk.
In fact, they seem to macaco matters
so well that were they to know their
masters have press-Zing contractu, they
take care they are kept arrears.
Undr such circumstances there is not
a colliery proprietor who will enter
into any new contracts, evenatthe
present enhanced rrehent prices, and
it is tha opinion of t-e correspondt-nt
that the time is rapidly approaching
when a great many industrial establishment-
will be stepped lor want ct
coal. Iu many iEtsc?sit ha ceased
to be a question ol pi see. Ia some
localities coal i.- ut to be bad in quan
tities at any figure, and often, wfcen a
manufacturer wants cne two Lnndrcd
tons a week from a colliery, it i-i only
aa a great favor, and becanse bo has
been a good cu-tomcr for many vear,
that twenty cr fifty ton a w.xk are
given bim As to ta'in any new
custoint-rs. even if they corno with
cash in hand, no eo J proprietor thinks
ot looking at them. This i- about
tho real state oi tlisnca in ail the coal
districts of England, and it is reported
also of Scotland.
A visitor at uu. -t our Sunday
school, a short tun-? eg", perceived
One little bny, coverr-il wiiha pera
plration of but'.t r.s. siujing "I want
to be an angel'' witi f'ca vh?or and
earnef-tce?s ibat Le t;re red in the
face. Watching for th-t boy to
emerge from tse portals 01 ii,e sanct
usry, Ue victor c-l!ed Lin tsie. lie
told the boy that he ba X observed
with west apparently heartfelt en
thusiasin the eh lw hail iccamed
Out bi3 snxicty to become ai argeL
Tbe visitor told that bov that be
would give bim half a doiLtr if be
would say bones' 1 7 if be wanted to
be an ane!, and, if net, what would
he like to be. The tchclsr locked
solemn for a momen', clutched l.ii
hall dollar, so as to be certain of that
anyhow, acid said be believed be
would like nothing bef.tr than to be
captain el a cansl but. It seems to
us wrong to compel tbete ambitions
children'to tell Cb3 while th'y are
sicgicg in Sunday sbbooL,
Who wa shj rrte-tsi map, my
skirl tLe s-L-erinteniltEt t a
bo's Llbin c!a- in sa s
"Moses, tir." "Ver wc-i', my bo ;
and who was ti e unifies: womai t"
"Pleae, cir. iheie r.ever no cee'f3t
A Ni ktu Car- limias, rgel i.lio
f-iur e'rs of a ccnt'.ri, l.ucJtT i-i-riitlir.i
cl t':r kt:.:;n li e wire, a fw
yr 9 li ititi'.t"', aud '.1 e exlrin-t:rg
plea fffid im a be lender.
insanely j-aloi:s by ter ci iin with
other young fellcw.
MR. SEWARD'S RELIGIOUS VIEW.
Tbe lo!iowii;r letter Irum tho late
Wm. II. Seward to Mr. Thnrlow
Weed h published :
WESTFIELD, CHAUTAQUA CO.
Sunday, March 26, 1837.
Mr Dar V bed : I have yours of
tue 10 th. It was written in answer
to mine of trie date ot a fortnight
since. Frederick was very ill, and
waa much 1 educed, but, thanks to the
mercy ot God, is e pared to us You
can have uo conception how much my
heart is bound ur in the life ot that
1 have to-day, not w lihout fear and
trembling, but I trust in sincerity
and tinniiuss ot purpose, discharged a
duty unknown before. For years
past I have strnusrled against preia-
dices ot e;irly education which ren
dercd religion a mystery, and yet
carried about me a conviction that it
was in reality a simple and beautiful
system, the profession and practice oi
wnich were obvious duties. After
what I trust, has been a proper exam
nation, I presented myself this morn
ing lor baptism, and was received
into the visible church, and for the
nrst time enjoyed the Communion
Supper. I mention this fact, which
will inharmonious with your daily
thought and occupations, because it
id au important event in my lite, and
ena which therefore, it is best you
should know directly irom me instead
of hearing it by report. If, in one
tbnee seasons (which seldom occur),
when you are alone, aud free Irom
the pressure of immediate care, you
remember this circumstance, your in
li:unte knowledge ot my recent ex
perience of human events will, I doubt
uot, enable you to trace tho causes
and manner ot my becoming more
sereious than heretofore in regerd to
religion. It that or other course of
thought should lead you to the con
viction that what 1 have done is an
obvious and proper duty developed
upon yoursea as well as i:e and all
others, it would be a sourco ot great
happiness to me. You will not be likely
to tall into the error into which others
will, in refpect to mjself But I may
as well be explicit with you. I pro
Vat:-tu-t-to hav? e yp(irii.nrad any mir-
ac clous change ol'tieart, oToJ--yjg in j
any way gone tnrongn mat ordeal ot
despair so commonly supposed to be
ibe ictrauce, and the t-uly eulraacs,
upon Ohriotian lilo. I have always
been sensible that 1 was an offender
and a grievous one, against the duty
I owed to God and my fellow men.
have endeavored now to repent, and
reso,ve witn uod s grace, to live
more in the fear of and under the ia
fluence of love and gratitude to God,
and to that end to study His revela
tion. I do not anticipate that it will
make auy considerable change in my
habits oi life, but I humbly trust that
it will gradually elevate and refine my
motives cf action. Commend my
love to Mrs Weed and Harriet.
WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
SERENITY OF THE DYING.
It has so happened that I have seen
many men and women dif . Without
design or deposition on my part, I
have very many times been
present when sick; persons were eb
biog to eternity. 1 have teen men
and women, young and old, cultivate!
and ignoiautjortbodcx and heterodox
ia their la.-t moments ; and, as a rule
all of them passed away, ir not with
out regret, at least with entire
resignation. None of them show
ed dread or the future. Their
thoughts were fixed cn what they
were quitting, not on what thev were
going to do. I observed that sonce
thc:u were troubled, perhaps dis
tressed, when they first thoug'it they
could not recover, but th-t the near
er their end came, the less appre
hensive and calmer they grew.
Having ence banished hope, tran
quility seemed to descend cpon them
at a substitute, and alterw.rd, ii free
from physical pain, there was un
ruflldd peace. If encouraged to ba
Jicve they might get well, cr it they
ha 1 i favorable turn, the old anxiety,
with something of the former eppre
heusion, reappeared ; proving t!iat
their mental disquietude wss born of
their expectations of life, cot of their
of death. Thui wa eetablished
clear analogy between material and
spiritual anguish under tbe same cir
cumstances. As we have, seea they
whoare badly hurt,orBC.-iously iii.ex
perience suffering ia goinj; back to
life, while the downward Da'-n to deith
botu for the body and the soul, it
"The King of Terrors Discrowned,"
WHY THE CURVE IS THE LINE OF
Pruf. Mu:Ier, in a course of lect
ures in Benin, offered a simple and
mechanical explanation ct the uni
versal admiration .ft '.owed oa circles.
The eye is moved in its socket by six
muscles, of whicn four are respec
lively emplojed to rsis?, depress,
turn to the rgbt and to the left.
The other two Lave an to ion con
trary to each ether, aad roll the eye
its axis, or from the oatfide down
ward, ad inside upward. When,
therefore, an oijaot is presented for
icsptction, the first set n that cf cir-cuicvision-',
or going round the
bounds:? Jims, s: to bricj censo
cu'.iveiy every inaiv:dujl portion of
circu:l:;rence upon the mcs: del
icate aad sensitive portion cf the
retina, Nov, if fijurcs bounded by
straight fines bd prtfentcd lor ia
speclioD, it is ouvicui th.t but two
ti.tse muscles can be caiied i-to
aclior, aad it i3 equally evident that
curve of a circle or ellipse all
must aUrna'.e!y be brought ito ac
tion, iae tfi-ct then i, tht if trvo
tj!y be caplove-, as ii rectilinear
fiure, tcose two b-ve an nn;u
tf labor; snd by repeating
experiment lr-quentiy, as we do
chil-ihocd, th- notion cf tedium is
iactliied, a dis'aate for straight lines
grsduaily foimed, end we are led
pce'er these curves which supply
more general and eqaable share of
work to the muscles.
Aaliis'aman one morning wentou'.
very early iu sea-ca of game, 01 aa
eitate where the game law. ware ricr.
enforced. Taraiogae'iarp cortec,
whom did be meet buitha gen-leaai
who owned the esta e P-d-iy seeing
the game was up, coolly advanced
Uie gentleman and id, -Iln
top of the morning to your Honor,
and what brought your Honor cut o
etriy tis moring ?" Tue garitlercan
rtp ied bv eaying, "Indeed, Pl iy, I
:ut sUosled oct to see i I weald
find an appetite for my break:!';"'
an-1 then evii;g Paddy tcsp'ciouvly,
. ...-j" . P.,11 . -,!.... W,.,.l..
Sai'-t knu UU y auuT, k IJiU-lu.
vra out so early this mornina ? i
dy repl'e,. "Indade, ycur Honor, I
iut airolied out to see ii I ccu'd fiad
breaKi-s. lor my appt.
A tew days since a aua cuitoti en a
young gentleman acd pictccted b;m
biu. waen ne was s'joiwiiii u-aa
abaca b; the gent taki-ghiai rsi1i,
and blandly S3 ing, My dear sir,"sll
next Thursday, and I'll tell joa when
to call again-'
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Punch flec'Ians the four seaara to
ba mustard,-it, peper,aid v a ar,
"Have you hard 01 y last f pt.h ?
asked political harai.gner of a . wit
"I sinc-re.'y hope so,' was tbe r ply. .
An extravagant bride in Saxts:-1
according to a Boston paper bathes
iaasoitcf whits satin Uriraajed wi b
.'Jake lend me tea dollars tiil I soil
my dog Jakd replied eootbirary
and sympathetically, "O Jim I i
wouldn't sell bim."
A married lady being asked to wait a
gave the following: sensible and appro
priate answer: rtNo, I thank ynu, s r;
l nave hugging enough at home1
A North Carolina man l-Uly
laughed a plum stone out of bis nrie
that had been imbeded there for ix
years. Moral always be merry wbrn
aiHicted with plana-atones in tbe noe.
A 5kw danger threatens e;te?-y.
An eminent French chemist taao 1 l ces
that many ot the sew evening silks
are cnllored with plcrate of lead, ami
are, therefore, liable to a tie-rec-dous
explosion at any mome-t.
,,Georee,' asked the teacher of
others shall you wish first to 6ee
when you get to heaven ? With a
face brightening op with anticipation
the little fellow shouted, "Gorlia.'
A tocsq man named Wm. A. Pea-
body, employed in the newspaper de
partment oi the PostotSce in Boston,
was arrested for the larceny ot letters,
by Charles Field, special agent of the
1 ostolhco iiepartment. Several I-tters
were lound ou him at the time-
Tnx President of Columbia Collezi
reciiives 88,000 a year, and the prc-
fessors SG.OOO each. These a:tltris
are the hrgest paid by say call's
in tho countrv. "Tho property owned
by this institution amounts to 93,500,
000. and yklds sn income of neatlv
Duaixa one week recently, there
were shipped overland Itom Sau
Francisco 770,580 pounds ot wool,
11,950 pounds of leather, 4,553
pounds of Alaska skias, 67,000
pounds cf island cotton. 1,270 pounds
of gunpowder, and 21.960 pounds of
An abseutiSbtled man entered a
Troy atioe store tUtT otfct u.J7 'cl
wanted bis boy measared for pair
of shoes. "But where's the bey ?"
said tbe dealer. "Thunder V said tbe
man, I've left the boy at heme. I'll
go and bring tin?," and cU he started
for his bouse, six blocks away.
A Sunday -school teschcr, who had
aluo3t become discouraged over the
listiesanesa ol her class, at last felt
rewarded by an interetiner look
from a little girl. The reward was
lost w hi n Ibe little creature touch
ed a bracelet on her arm and asked.
"Teacher, are threaded on 'laaric ?"
Tuk increase ol the production of
metal in Great Britain from 1710,
when tbe production was bat 17,000
tons, to ISTl.whca ii reached 6.000,
000 ton?, and also in the United
States, wherein 61 years we have
increased the prod action from 53,000
toss in 1810 to nearly 2,000,000 tons
Tbe maddest man ct Indiana lives
Patoka. lie told his wile be waa
going down in the cellar to commit
suicide, and did go d.wnrkr'TIred a""
broadside into the pork barrel. His
wire kept on knitting, and after a
while tha man came up stairs swear
ing that the woman hadn't got any
Washington has a msn who don't
permit himself to be bothered by such
little things as getting harried, lie
torgot that be was going to be mar
ried tbe other day, and dld'tcall round
evening, when, being informed of
negligence, be made al! possible
reparation by lmmedi.iudy undergo
ing the operation.
The Archbishop of London occi in
quired of a physician, "Why does the
operation of banging kill a man V
Because inspiration is checked cir
culation stopped, sod blood saiTasffi
and congests tbe brain.' Bo,ij!"
replied bis grac, "it is bacauao tha -.
rope isn't long enough to let bis feet'
touch tbe ground." '
A little girl in a New York orphan '
asylum who was puoislted for scratc:
in another li'.tie girl's face by bicg
required to learn a verse from the
Bible, wai allowed to make her own
and chose the flrst verse ot
I'salrr.141 : "Blessed lo tbe Lorij.my
strength, which teacheth my hands to
and fisgcrs to fight.''
Ms Cuaelu Spbagcs, the "bick
poet,''as he :s ealled by his friends, '
eighty -cne years old on Satur
Tiie Boston Transcript eays
that this anniversary found bim
"somewhit infirm in body, but c'sar
keen in Intellect." Lameness
cocfiaes him to his borne, but thre
friends find bim cheerful, ics'.ructlre
The characteristic of tho umorelia ""
its power of chaoging ihapes.
You may leave a bran new silk: um
brella with an ivory and rosewood
handle at sny public gathering, snd
within three hours it will transform
itself into light blue or faded brows
cotton, somewhat lees in size than a
circu3 tcn wiih a handle like a tele-gr-j.
h pole and five frac'.ured ribi.
Uism-Bi, we bave the authority
Canadian papers for saying, mani
fests cn inclination to forsake British
allegiance and ally herself with the
United States. Th blunders con
nected witn tbe administration of
Dominion authority in the Province
have developed a strong American
feeling, spart (rem what ia incident
a considerable infusion of Ameri
cans in tbe population.
Your.g Middy (' hii uncle, who"
never seen tbe sea) "You wast to
know why the sea goes back, eb ? -Well,
you 6e te waves are caused
the little fiabes wagging their
tads ; then they swim away in order
pet canght by tho fishing smacks;
then, as they ean't live without
water tbe sa kiow wrm. Am
came high tide and low tido." ITJa
cle marvels at bis nephew's Knowl
A Chan si When Gjldsmif. the
written that beautial atanzjof ld
flocks U".t rDe th t117 lre , "
Tr, iu nir 1 cooorn a :
Taught y tlx fuw UM piU BVB.
Icmra to puy u-em
lie submitted it to (the future) .Irs.
Goldjmiib, who is said to have sug-
the fo.lo wing Lxprovemect :
a-jclu tbat ran tna tnuej Be -
Tn -i-iwnu-r I enudum :
bau-.b-nikill th ueep for DM,
bujr LU meiM truut u-vin,
Accokdisg to the ofEuial tables of
foreign commerce of tn port cf
riiiladciphui, puusisned lathe irt
American for the year endiitz w:
June, the exports ot that year so.' aj.i
increase of 3,di 9,674 c er 1-71,
e 4,079,803 over 1870 ; nd the
foreign imports similarly inert asjd
$5,643,787 and $8,870,906 in these
years respective! . The duties re
ceived at tbe Cua 1 U0G33 mcrras
ed $1,330,833.20. The increase 10
the volume of foreign busSnem f jr th j
two years amount- to 8 12,000,800.