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tttOM'THE EAST, would wtpeefr uflj Inrite
tk t'tention of the'Pahlie tii onr well seleetad
BOOTS AND . SHOES,
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AirfT"j thing Brollv kM by Country Mtr
dasU; all of which we will aell at pricat
T SUIT THE TIKES .
For Cafh or Good Countr) Prodace.
N.U. V kacp coMUaUy oo hud all ta
TOPTILAR l'ATENT MEDlCtSES:
OH-Rd examine our atoele before imrchaung
aw.lO-tf.. .. MOOBE McCLELLAN;
MO. 12 DELAWARE STREET.
MUCH tpeeuUtion t mritea ia all putTof
tee eoantrjr-conceraiBg theneat pulitiaal
,aadv-fiaaacil.criiat.iiov- acrinusljr afeetiag alf
cUms in tfaa Stale, Not a little has abo been ,
td,wrlnn aad pabluAfd aboat the late drouth
aa4 iH'-cffccta upon ak'n new Stat efKaaaa.
And tfaa atihaerlbia mim aot, bjr s anaai, ia
diffoaat obaarreri of tha aad raaalta taatmat
Mtiaanly flow from 10 mznjr'
HEAL. ACSES OF AUUtV,
At iba IvB'Kt ftiice tluttley can be aold m rpr j
tb'ptea'n1 of''a'nineig WHjar friendi d
cutoaten fcrtri-ck ha. ten tnd full aad
aaafe fn;ra. recent jmrcliisa, and njtb a full con-
SEVERE HARD TIMES
yowpraarinir all ebuwr. we pledge onraelrM to
lira iabje JyniVIW the aaaie aaSuia ot aioaey
LaaiibeobailBedJn 1 .
Aax BtBM ! Eeavewrli Citf.
liT VI liniu .U IK UIMfc-nwu w . w-f
While we intend, as (jeretfore, to aroid all ban
mrt .hn.t nrim w w&rrmat ercrr article to
feJjflL"5.,.3S?S!'-. .v'ii i5l v
a. 1J. We aava a large ioi ai fuu on
at to eloaa out at
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Jfe. 12 Delawsxe ftnet.
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MEW STOVE SfOlE
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vaasally ceiawaiea y i
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JsaJTsmW Tal iLgy V &r!s2r&(
Will m.E ud PLT1ICTI H.CI
yaamjiarsamalieitr ef sirs ran
W,mmsefwnenty of operation).
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wit P0IK OF ALL KIW
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at Kaaasa, these am the riser aawsa not aa
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CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
ilD COLLEVTIOX AQEXT:
A, KANSAS. , .
Will attawd paamptly to all
Eapaaial attejatioo giren to the fiajmeat or tax
and the ealkctiaa of etaiaaa forOB-reaideat
tnqatnea iaytlr anawered.
JOH'N'W. DAYVi ?i
COXTEYASCEn, CILLECTIR, AN)r'
REALIST ATE -ACENT,
Omct in -the Indindent buildiBf , Soatb
aide of JefJenou street, Bast of Poblic'rfquare.
Taxn iid for iran-retidenti aad racaipta -rej-Bitted.
BusiaeM.catraMcw to bis eat wiM ra
oeir a "prompt attention. . r
W Atitftitibn Will not bs giren le letatTfof ra
lutry aot accowjanied bj a Pottagr Stamp.
HENRY BUCKMASTER. II.
Office South aide of Pablio Square, adjoiniai
Kerideace Eat aide of Delaware street, 2ad
ock Scathofthe Pablie Square.
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H. R. DUTTOK,
lld Uir'J , Hi :.'".L n
Uu.Mxx the State CBStitatiou,ioandTorOs
kaloosa Township. OSce at the Comity
Clerk otSce, adjoiaiag the Datum House, O
kaloosa. Jeflerson'Coaoty, aTanauI
FT BCALB1XO. AXXL W. SrALPIXO
AZEL SPALDING ft SON. '
1TT91HETI iHl COSELL0R8 AT LAW,
JEFFERBOH'CO., KANSAS; '
TTT1LL practice in the Couru of JefTenon
VV Jseksoo aad Atebiaon Coaatias asd in the
hunt Court i.f the Territory.
Of" Especial attention givaa to .collectioaf
aatariag ui Nerthera Ainaat.
STI N S O N at H A V E N S.'
AtUncys aai CoBtlkcs .
-OfSee eoraer Main and Delaware, St..) .
Ji f T ORN Y - A.T-1 a w?
Wfflprscliei'rWirfe -))Urrirt burts
f Jefferson and Jacksonrounties. 3tf
"-.:. J.rfl. BENNET.i
ATTORNEY AT LAW, k
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CeMirsit aMsmia Ealrnsa Asmnat,
(Ofltce ia tbek Fxt OfllceJ
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fJOTAST rnwUO ASS COSVKTAKCXS,
"ciwaWiwisief fir 'Mil.
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ey-c- Bawaea itraird to my oere will be
AfTOB'i'EY AT LAW
rtazm u.ik mAr. of Public Seaara. seat door
. .wammswrna w. aa
leKewhMW's store, , , i n ft'i ,
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PHYICIUr AID tVRQMOM,
.iJnfr ofLfety.?d Herkimer am.. 0k'.
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r.. J, L. SPIER, -yr mir
i WiSliUVmkD cMXmAM ATAW
(five miles we w-.w.
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JOHN N. HALL,
IURV1YI1 AX&. UVIL ESfllRKERi
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. la their iaed, regiwanUls
Yislding not, 4 t
When the Greaadiers were Iungiag.,
And life bail Ml the plnngi&g
When the files , ":
Of the idea, , '' f
Freai the smoky night encampment, '
Bore the banner of the rampant' ','
Uuieera, ' a '
'Aad grunMnsr. grammer, grataanr,
tiiftoUai the rail of the drummer, ,:
Through the aaora I
Then with eyes.to tlurf root all,
Aid ' with eei hot ixamal, .
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1 Jfi 3
Aad ttt strOanw flwhmj redly
C. Biased the fires; " ' "
As the rear. .
Osihe shore x .-ifco-
Swept the aWoag battle-braatma r
0 ar the green sodded acres
. Of Us -plain; .. ,.
And loader, louder, loader,' '...
, Cracked thobUehgua powder
Cracking amain 1 ..... . .
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Now like Smiths a t their forges , .
Worked the red St. Georges
Aad therillainous saUpatrs,
' Baag a fierce discordant metre
Boaml our ears;
As the swift
With hot tweeping anger,
Oame the eerse-gaard'a 'danger
aoBTaelr,' ' "
Thea higher, higher, higher, ' ' '
Burned tbe.o!dfashioa)ed firs c
. .Through the ranks !
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Then the old:faahioned Colonel ;
Galloped through the white infernal
And his broad sword wai swiogin;.
And hiabrasen throat was rinxinr
Then the blae
Aad the trooper jatkets redden
At the touch of the leaden
And rounder, rounderroeuder, '
Beared the iron six-poaader, .
Hailing death 1
UWVU Ut VtCVI
icittxes sf SSift.-
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... From Pemrson'f Mag sine.
, . ;i. COLD ,AS MAilLt. ,
Beaaji'ifaVin1leeli;;lwt! cold as mar-A
ble." , .
ly compasion spoke in reply tomy
exclamation of admiration, as my eyes
feil;for.the first'time.on Lebnore Baehe.
I see her Jiow as site stonu unaer tne
large chandelier, of. iTrsl. Willetfs par
lor.tlie full 'light showing OBly beasties.
revealing bo defect. She was very
tall, the black velvet dress. which fitted
her superb' figure to perfection, fell 115
heavy folds to her feet,, unrelieved by
one isehof trimming. It wss closed
to the throat with diamond Buttons .and
a small "diamond star fastened the'sofi
lace fcoliar. llpr round.; while arms
were bare, without any bracelet to
brrak -the pure outline; H.er hnir.black
as anklsightwaa-aimply' parted from
the forehead, gathered into a Heavy
Iknot'beh'iutl, and fastesedbya silver
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arrow, studded witu; diaaaonas. iui.
the face; bow caa.Xilesortbe her face ?
Pals ss marble,' the regular features"
iiwere perfect ss those of s statue; the
eys.wee largf asd black, and fttll,o
intelligence. When, J. loosed at, sr.
she was leasisg sgainsts tall marble
pedestal, spbn which stood a basket of
xrimlon flowers, and their vivid color-
i'J UA m.eTt f lint rimlaS
,DSA,e,e?1.leuou '" -
beawty.j, , . r 1'f'
.Osrnewbellfe'.Miss Leonore Bat:he.
She is the rage just now; don tyos see
i'OJLthe gly(JgirJs P simplicity of
her(.4resYT t Sometimes vut K,hn"
aatiB'Jlack.or while hype, but slwsya
higljin Uie necK, sau.in .iu1JW .
fTbs, sssst Atalely. coltLunfseling
piece of aiatuesque beasty in the world
With sll lerUtsly.;Mr' s.,,e is RB arrgBl
irt; drives tho men erasy with her
masicAcr wit, her beauty."
'Istroduco me !"
"Willingly! Giurd yourJiearU"
V-ia.waraine: it was slresdy gose,
.mA an hour's conversation, revealing
lbs sains of rioh ItnmagKC under ths im-
' '- rt fv m.- -rr '"l -V
pUireexUrkH;,ulj .fascisated a
suit more.-' ' . -- ''i
Week pstsed. Mdrbwi me still the
ardent lover oTLeonore Bictre.yet with
oat one, raj of hope that;,!, could ever
touch her LearU ., Always gentle. and
courteous, she seemed csld, hard and
impenetrable as TBjirbie. Nothing
touched her. I had seen, her escape
death ia a fcjgbtfal form, by just uts
ing a heavy taloae which fell frost as
uafinished hoase; aad her eyes never
moistened; her step was still firm and
steady; and her hand did no tremble
on, my armi While my whole soul
sitikeued at the j thought of the fearful
peril, she continued her quiet flow of
conversation, as 'if nothiug had occur
red to .interrupt it. I had seen her;
firm hand raie from the ground.ailittle
child, whose cries f paih.fronr a severe
fall' filled the air; and while her musical
voi'(ie"s6otl)edtiCso touch' of pity, no
softening glance. came into those dark,
melancholy eyes. If merriment was
all around her, she smiled a coldj forc-:
ed smile with her lips: but it was evi
dent her heart was not is it. ,
Cold as aisrble site was called, and
my. heart echoed the universal seBti
meat. Her ssmII fingers drew music
from the piano ; she made every eye fill
yet her color rose,, not, and the soften-,
ing influence of, the sweet sounds sever
seemed' to loach (the 'ssasieian. ' '
To1 tne",' this -tor fnring coldness be-,
came, at leuglh, almost maddening. 1
dared uot speak my love, for her ,wit
was often sarcastic and I dreaded a
One evening, shall l ever forget it ?
I found her at home, alone. It was a
rare privilege, and I was tempted to
give voice to the love filling any soul.
The-piano atood open, and I'lbok tlio'
"Do you play .Mr. Lee V she asked.
"Only by ear. Shall 1 sin? for
She left her seat and came slowly to
the instrument. ' Leaning upon it and
facing mo, 6he said quietly, "Yes,
I reoiembered an old-fashioned love
song that I had found amongst my
mother's music, and, after a simple
symphony,... I began to sing. My
whole heart went forth with the tender
words, and I sang fervently, passion
ately. "My eves were fixed on her face,
and for the first time, 1 reai' deep feel
ing .there. Paler she could not be; but
the full lips became ashy while; the'
large eyes dilated with some deep terror
or horror; and the whole frame shook
with violent emotion. I finished the
first verse 'before she spoke; then is a
hoarse whimper she said,
"Stop! do not sing any more. Stop,
.for pitys sake Y , ,
Clasping her hands together, ahe
stood erest, snd then 'fell forward 'upon
her face., 1 1 Sprang to raise he t, but she
slowly rose herselfimoltoning n:e back
Staggering to a.chair.sheckoned, me
to coaae Aear her: I 'took a low seat at
her side. J"
"You1 love me," he said, In a low
voice, ''jl have kuown it for a, long
litue.aud 1 hav.!earsetly tried to .chill
vowri unhnnov pawion-. I can never
be your wife; I can never, sever love
you. "You aro wrong to let that look
of grief cosie , oa . yosr face. Ratltrr
thank: God Itlst J ass frank with you."
! time-i-i-" I begaa.
"Never 1 " Yetl will trust you ss s
friend, for I sow you sro good ssd
soblol I will tell yo the story of say
life. ' iTwo short years sgo, I was the
merriest; blithest girl! of my circle df
iehdsn 1 loveo-:
iter "OU'e, uecawo, ," -,, yr
ohj theailtsg,sg-iiy.thstahoB sp
in herjeves.' ' ' " - ' ' -
"Pcaunot Inist myself to speak ot
BtaBi lovevJ1.'" io coritinsed, "but
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I gave, feiw all the passiousts devotion
of a yssiig. wm hrl Mm "orB!
nt.t.Anwi I loved that man ! Law
rence 1 Lawrence !"
Iter fi2ure";roeked back asd forth.
and Ijer haada cleBched with Ijer ter,-
lible nabsion. 1
We were msrrmU 1 snvsieiy, tor ne
wat, TnV said, very psor.snd I kaew my
mther'woiild aot eoBsent to our marri
age; so we were to wai.t Un I wsaof sge
before we owned our love to him. One
night, obs torrtble sight, ws wsrs to
getber,snd he wsa siaging to me. sing
i. the sonsr Vou sssg just now, whes
" .X . a
'through the lbw'wisdow came a crowd
of men, oBcers of. the lsw.seekisg my
husband-Hi notorios forirer, . who
nau escapes lrom uie taw ia aus native
city, after 'murdering jiis qwav brother,
whose saste he liad 'forged' to the
amount of his whole fbrisse. He .re
sisted, the men, fought dMperatel v asd
wss shot dead before say face falfiag
at my fret his death glance fastened
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After awhile' she resaased, "c
"Go 1 leave paes'ow. Bat when you
hear of Leonora Bacbe, the cold, un
feeling girl, shut up lieV'secret in jour
hesrt and pity ti&r !' '
1 fried to speaki but' she only 're
repeated, "Gol'go1!" And f left her.' :
'The dext' dayl called. She' was
gone! One year' later. I' sawia' the
paper 'ad obituary hblideoT W' beastt-.
fal idol? and' I knew' that' the disease
WMch "carried her to the jrave' was
brought on by 'the, concealed fife, the
broken heart hidden 1j the lace, "cold
ia . Jl
cently made the following flag presents
tion speech in Boston; ' .
"N,ever in my life did I so covet the
divine gift of eloquenco as on this oc-
And vet I am consoled. For
had 1 the tongue' of angels.1 could sot
hope to match the mute eloqseBee .of
those stars and stripes. Nearly a cen
tury ago, there beyond the green hills,
in tlic fail aud one lent loou vC Caui-
bridge, the seat of the Muses, on the
Erst of, January, 1776, that banner of
stripes was first unfurled, to the .breexe
by "the great hand of Washington. The
Continental Congress, eighteen months
latcr.added the cluster of stars. Then
rose that glorious constellation never
lriore to set. I he starry symbol of our
Union respected abroad, on land asd
sea, and idolized at home was sever
degraded or trailed in the dust till 1861,
and never by the hands of foreigners.
Never shall dyinc man forget how the
hearts oT all loyal Americans, whether
dwelling on this or the other, side of
the Atlantic were thrilled aa by the
sound of the trumpet, when we first
caught the response to the call, of the
1 r J
President for volunteers, the voice of
twety millions, whose bosoms were one
Uur hearts are too full for
dr ' '
ur hones, our nravcrs, our
pride; everything but our fears go with
you. In the BssMofyoar country-
i women. 1 present to you ibis Sag. v e
know that its folds will sever be stained
that they will ever wave foremost
among the foremost where dujr and
honor call. As I plaes jl ipyout-liatid,
i will only, add the brief ssd stsipje
phrase of the, herald is, the early days
of warfare and of chivalry , w
1 JIay God ddtac the right V " ,
Count Montholon's ijook on Bona
parte contains the following 7 extract.
The extract we refer to is .on" of those
conversations, in which ,Booapar.te not
unfrequcnlly indulged, well calculated
to open the windows to Jus hesrt, and
ia which, wemay Jtaljasssreil, be
spoke with the Btmoat aisssrlty.
What recoiilolioss," said be,
"crowd, upos say memory , '
tboughts'are bo longer occupied here
fStTteleua) with political topiss ssd
local vexaiioas., tarn carried jback.to
y SrsVimpresOBS ortlie.life pf smb.
.. -. Tr ITLLL. .- lu. mmmsmi,
ofcklm, ttirt tkimU ,, '
happ'ud m i;tt vorUmlk 12.000
Urate ( fiule mors thjMi.OWi
r, living,, the JMr. atjamuwt
mikmwW kHi$m s.o-tsW koK
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at Asccw. Ipu re-wmoer iu oeautuui
SitustioB., irappy aosrs I the sstive
Oil BBS IBBHsWewraua. jaWY'J -
bcllishes h wiih'sli.tu power, even to
the very odor p the grond,wUiclj obc
can -so' realise to thewnses ss to be
sble, with the eyes shut, to tell the
spots first troddea by ths foot of cbiW
hood. Cosse plscs yosr basd upon
See how it bests ! (Asd
. :.. A.A K-. silk rmut nBlflitV.l
V. .. lit- ih an-l of sbeiL'' stfusd
Ue. "There is boss hers. (St. HelsBs)
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ll ? .qgyf!MMto-.wssc;k
Mr.1 i.pk;tsoghis; to
the sensations of my youth. The'
AHUL sasbssk toksssnt
thosghts, aad, 'bardtasd with, .the
k'W 9? ft .imperial wa.-.I bead
its, first spsd Bsdsr ihejahady woodwC
Su Cloud; .and nof tea have bass: asp-.
posed, to revolving the.plas.;f. a:
when sty thoughts were wholly &-
volved is dwelling upon the first rSs-
pressionsxif my youth." , r n
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".Spcskt Girls, At a.flagtraisfngiat.
Nbrth Plato.'Kane .County, after the
stirs and stiipes had .beeajdnlr. hoisted,
the assembly 'adjourned to.the village
church, .where somec speeches were
eaae oy patriotic gentlemen, and. au
opportunity was opTered-for young men
to come forwariajadBlwtthe com
pany at Plato not being, quite, filled.
Not a mas. went up. This aroused the
pafjiotisro, ss well as the. "oanifer.dC
lb villatre sshbol-nistress. whe with1
any other jsdieswas prescnt,and she,
walked boldly .forward to the Secre
tary's deskod headed the muster roll
with 1 Syipame, resderedijillustrioms as'
having beeaisoUedlo tb Declaration'
ot'lBdependeTOe,, ;wijn the prenonceri
Jafary. '.Site was 'followed "by another.
lady and iq 5, and behold, the Plato
coaipasy was not long in filling. its
rssks 1'Tbe -muiterrUll,' bearing the
aames df'tKe spirited young iftvartdurs,
has been seat to headquarters,asd the
company scceptedby .Vihe sowers. that-.
be."' Since that date fesr flag raisings
have come off in that portion of
Kane County, and "Mary'' and "Mary
tlia wUiv aV" wirra f d,,
white, and blue,-hav& sttended all of
tltem.st the request of the officers,
marching as pioneers at the head of
their company. The Captain says he
could not do without them, and, after
the .flag, has bees seat sp- he allows
them to fireeseh three guns ia honor
of the 'Union, thfStarr and Stripes
Whether he willjaepr5ve.the place of
flbe valBeble.serviceof a god teacher.
and over pf, a pretty sweet hart,-by
carrying, frit .Joans of Are to the wars
with him, reraaias yet to b seen.
Much of the, success of tlye recrniting,
service. andj the patriotic fire burning
now in Old Kane, is attributed, to ihs
gallant, conduct and) bright eyes, of
tliese young Jadies;--t'Ajtjo Tribune.
Omfcers Northaad South.
The question is .carefully J discussed,
by, the. Philadelphia; North Americas,
aad we quote Uie writers .conclusions .:
"Over sgaiust Jefiersos Davis, who
was trained at the Military Academy,,
and who, after service in the Mexican
war, wss elevated 'to , a plaee. ia ..the
Cabinet s -.Secretary pf War.it were
a. siri to'place pur glorious 'old hero,
tieneraijpcou, wuo snuereu ,irom tne.
.. -. v t rr t 'r .1.
blackguardism of the chdevnl .Secre
tary. General ScoUjs-his superior in
jevery thiug ;, a great strategist, whife
Davis is a. pretender;., patriot,, whale.
Davis is an istmbiliousr and selfishiin-
trijrucr.,-n Davis. ltas,indeed an iron will,-.
but it;i? oftener .itwiU to do evil thas a
lieneficent one. General Seolt ijst A
magnanimous -patrior-, who gives his
own anrfsulled miliUry UleBU sed-ex'-perieuoe
tolbe osntry without hope
of gain; .
"But tatvhi? 'the commasder' our of
ths queslioB, we are' confronted" with
ssch names as Lee, Beauregard. Joseph
Johnston. May-MagruderEsiory and
Uhers. HowwojegUoe such
ann. who arenow; a jpwer o "ireagip
totta eriepny?' Let us apglyxe" these
names, or rather their shjificats, a
little1. General. Lee. the present cora
maader offee VjnjiaV troops,, is a
scientific engineer .and, a personally
bwjse" soldier; ,but he has been morq
pverratnlperliapa than any maiyn ser-
Ivice. uis personal (presencp w. iianu-
r it -- ,. . , , ii i
soaae snu commanuing, bimk, Appvuui
like form dee sot contain the intellect
of Jupiter. As a captain of engiaeers
lie did well "but he disappointed, the
!Ol 1 ' I? - " t1.t , ' l.-
expecisnons ,oi iiierijr wmju npviuir
ed a lieutenant colonel of cavalry and
neat to the frontier lie lacks energy
i . . .' I- - '.
for rapid comuinations, aau ia now a
Lihly competent general. Respect
able but, not brilliant is the. verdict.
GeBersl 'Besureisrd, formerly .like Loe,
an sngineer officer, is by far their best
tfci urv.ru. .YAaaptctyff
. -e- if -
c 5o Luij siZR sili iinitii.'33o ns f'.J
isu ;imUMiHNfc ilW
iia;d? T uubaJI sitf tii hib wodisJ
Brta... He Is. cooX,.valtaat, presciSBt,
eadinne. verv muscular, and verv firm
Ht pufp8&,an withal modest. , CqIoz
Bel Jeagruder. the life of a social Mrt
.' . -y , '.. l nzLsx -vi.a a..y'is
wM glasses nfhSl&Si
not more lbaapoiBpeteBt,(e"C(HBSMBl
a battery, a showman, as vats ss a ssa?
VUVT" vw 'v sw tne aervicej jjm
army and bis company, a ill sot ctwvsu
w. uwi. us wut aagniiy mi -OaSC
in-wordsras lie has dose often beforeu
ntcti oj tiiu-'fi i,j
r and a1oss.,to be regretted,
a Captain of Topojnaphual
master General in our army. No.Butn
..L.J71- t ..- -'VJ ,'" Vi -
who received praises Tor Tiis chargsat
Resaeay' whicn were not Iiis due U
prettVgord avaliycotoneK andiothr
ing wuaierer more. xiis noiorjeLy.ia
nrs only craim to mention, Maior.
Ettory is s eood officer, and his friends.
are nnzxlingiheir brains to findout why
U5 tCaiK I1VJU - J
Tuesday- EvemlnirmVi VfflZ
inordinary rumors, of wnicb, so
1 know, nolbine bal' been: heard
ia London,? are clrcBltedTn' air.is to-"
day. touching tlieijealtnof the Queen
of England.-1 Tlie 'Gazette De franc
says tlia't "Dr! Sciroeicfnbas pe
ti. r: s.w
a iJ -. A a rf i aw l d VnnHlfM
IU( lV JJVUUUU IV daibCtlU a JuUiliUU U.tUIl s
ofFreseH 'and German phrsicians on
the stale of the Queen's helthwtiici,
i C seems, js -such -as to give rise .to un
. . ,i .f. ,r- iiiiil
easiness: l " " "
The following mjsterioas paragrappT
appears, under the head ot. "latest
News," in the sew journal, Le Tempt :
' -Ve learn trosa Berlin that' ths
Prince and Princess Rojal; wiihthe
little, Prince MTillram, are' going to pay
a visit to. London about the middle'of
July. It appears tbat the great object
of their journey 'is to procurefa salutary
emotion for' Queen Victoria to ?ciiange
the current of her' 'thotiglits 'by tlie'fr01
society. . The rumors that ci?culaVeJ
about Her Mftjrty-'s condition are5truTy;:,
amrmingl and'asrakeh the most- sincere
sympathy here.k ller Majesty is"6rily
forty-two years of age; her bodily health
is perfectly good, and it rifay be"reason-
ably hoped rha'futigeVpVdper treafmeritv '
the moral malady 'with Vhich she'ia
afilctett wirl'sson disappear" " '
This paragraph' 'confains an insmua-UoBthat-Queen'VictoTia.like'lier'grand-faxlier.
George III, is out of 'Iter mmii.
Aspsiatasat ef sa Iajprtr of Sab-
ixtessive Trasms ef Army
Colonel Joseph: W. Webb,? formerly
of New Yprkow of .this city. -Was tor- ""
day appointed, iaspeetor of the sdbsn -
lance oi xhe troops now encamped fn
thet vii-inity1.ofAVaahiBglos) its char
acter and quality.-aajsTwll.-is-- suafltity.-"
This isjs Jiew-fiee, created' by a neces
sily growing out of the daily ceavplafntw1
that have. been made of imrjosiiiosaerJ
lo guard, 'the. WarLdepartmeat. agaiaat
frauds beiBg.perpetsated by-.tho.towh-furnish
supplks ftilhe army.- ' .
, Jt.hasreceBilyjbeen aswtnd. thw
1 the jnost stspendpuA; frauds 'have-not h
only been attempted,: fas actual lyser
petratad upoa.the DessrlsMatin ths
sales, of the different srticks. 4sisW '
taatance one.thMMndi hmrrslsvi said to ..
eon tain jcoffee, was psimwsdbr whiclr
the Goverumest paid shout thirty-tww
thousand dollars, beside the) expewss
of traBsportaUpn Tbirty-fuaribarrela-were
opeaedyiBd sssaak&UakeB oat sad -
tested. c Frpm.; twenty rtiveu to ..thirty
tbreepe gsst. was aaail;itho reasaiader
proved to be chicoryand peas, bucalai
'and grpundj, TltaastL,factsjwere aessr-u
utineu o, cuwicai aoatysia Attsr
the chicorysad.peas-ar;hsinst aad j
gnmud, and the sapd:ia.dstrismted,siflr.
wcucim rfU9fuii wuunsuo, i if ice wouaa.
ed durlnWltife'wllrwith Mexfcof?
." nri.t... nj i.ii-- . .
whole is.flarpred with extrssi of -coamsr
The, sand is jput.into prodnesjtss -weight.
The whole. oftiaHSjssstsrislH?
did sot coat bar cents ser.psaadiwails
the Governmeat said aixtsea :ea4s,smaKi
the troops wcrswgcheated.lhsir
nourishmenLJfew. York has the lssBoe
of perpetratiBg-;thi high-haadsd sat-il
This is only osscass.: Frauds havsu
been detected ia articles of pork, beet
bean and pea-flour, Ac, allsf whisk i
I are sabjecU of investigstioieraattaf.
rr jMg,um imi" " " ...