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CLKTELASD LEADER COMPAST.
DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.
OFFICE t 143 Wl Pl.KlOB STBEET.
"J,BS r .mig, or anil, p r rr .tl.l
" 3 mu. 2
. - "1 ,.... 1
" - .. per yr 6
Aie-ats and aewa-lstsvk-ra, T luu j
Uaily, aVlivensi .y t'rr.r, (Mvruiw Ev-
rpHE FOLLOW IU OLB AND RElIi-
XMo nr innrnr? fjutuiMtuies are tvir-fatHl
Ot-rmsnia, H.DnTtr and Rcpnblic ) 9 fiAA Ann
Fire lus. Co.'s, of New York, I,UUU,UWU
Hartford Fire Ins. Co., of ITnrtford, Ct.-1.SKL1H3
Carter Oak Fire Ins. Co., " . .V4.ISI0
M.rrhants' Fire In.. Co., ' 3:1.0fr
iiorth AJneri.an Fire Ins. Co.," 4un,iw4
Polijea writ reft oa IH-cr.l terns, by
JOHN G. JENNINGS, Agent,
- AtwateC BHlldiii?
S. A. FILLER & 10.,
Fancy Furs !
OF ETERT BESf RIPTIOX.
IIve now on band a STPERB STOCK, lswirht
K'fiire flip Ists arrest advance, and oflVr tlc-m at
WHOI.ESALK'OK RETAIL, for less than tiny
can now be made up. Also for, the
A choice sVMwrtment of
HATS, CAPS, BUFFALO ROBES,
BUCKSKIN GLOVES, &.
215 Sunerlor SL, Marble Block.
IV f HALLE st CO., 147 WATER ST.,
llavs mow the most complete tttock of
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
Ever offered West of New York. Call particular
attention to onr itnrk of
BKLTING AND BFCKLK?,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
CRYSTAL 4 DIAMOND ET JKKSS BL'TTONS.
We call ettweia! ttention to onr new
UljirP 8KIKT DEPARTMENT.
Agv-ntt for the UniTersal Taper Coilar.
ho (roods iuM at retail. ort'2
Rl'MB, BASLIXGT0X i kENDALL.
VEBT HANDSOME STYLES.
A hill assortment just oitenrd.
Ladles' Weolf n Shawls,
Ladles' Paisley Shawls,
Breakfast Shawls Band-made.
t B. 4 K.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Cliickeriiigr & Sons,
SteiiiAvay & Sous,
Are universallT acknowlrwi to le
THK BEST P1A0S IV THE WORLD !
PRICES FROM flin TO Ham.
.Descriptive Illustrated Circulars sent to auy ad
A lare nd etetrant awiortment cau alwaTs tw
tmurl at our Ware-rooms, Su)ierior tr.t.
ct4 8. BRAlNArP t V, Sole Ap nt.
rpHg H ESTKBX Ml'SICAL W0BLD.-
XurtoheT Nuuilwr now ready. Sk-iuiou coei
atnt Terms I,"1 ler annnin.
icU S. BBAiSABP SON, Pphlisliers.
E.r TEAyKLlStl SHAWLS.
ort - " "
EXT'S TKAVELIXC "A?- . '
orrs J. H. 1'tim i"-
E0Coat, Vest and Pant makers.
The highest prices paid. Kone but firt-cUss
workmen need aimlv. . i. H. Di: ITT K
oclt H 7 ami 11 Pnl.lir uare.
Lidies' Fine Dress Fars.
L BENEDICT & SON.
Hare ja't opened the finest and largest stock of
LADIES' FASHIOXABLE FIRS
EtsT brought to thii city, at
201 Superior Street.
Fars ! Fnrs ! Furs !
We have one of the largest and best sctecteistocks of
r bronrht to this citr. Schick sre are oflering as
low a they can be bonirht in Eastern Market., at
Is HiM.ASAi.ii sill SKIAlli.
Also, n nnusnally nne stock of
HATS, CAPS AM) iSLOES.
177 Superior street.
PIBL1C LAKDS-SCEIP F0U SALE.
(VtLFKBCK, October 1, 1H'i6.
In accordance with the proriwoos of an act of the
JQeneral Assembly of the Stats of Ohio, passed
April 13, 1H65, the nndersigned Slate Olhcers will
receive proposals for the purchase of the Land Scrip
xeceired from the TJnited Stales ir the oitbli-h-uent
of an Aricnltural College, or Colli-ces, in the
The Scrip can be located on any vacant 1 wul
States i.ands, subject to entry at private sale at
$1,25 per acre, (atiueral Lands exrluilrd.)
No proiiosition will lie received for l.s than oue
awiudrfd and sixty acres. -
If snore convenient, proposals may lie male to
As Auditor nd Treasnrer of any County, who will
transmit the same to the nudersiKned.
JAS. H. GOIMANT,
Anditnr of .State.
Treasurer of fiste.
M. HKNKY SMITH,
oet4 Ullaw Secretary ut Slate.
- " " CL.EVEL.AJiD
Ileclrical Manufacturing Co.
Feun & Kramer,
Br. loung' Electro-Thermal Bath,
Vt EVERT DKSCRIPTIOS.
sr Models and Small Machinery of all kinds
made to order.
Brass Finishing, Repairing and Juhhiug done
with care and dispatch.
50. 6 CEXTBK STEEET,
Over IaC Ho,Vm SnP'
i Rt lslp OI.EVELAKD, OHIO.
34 AND S6 PROSPECT STREET,
" CLETEUXD, OHIO.
MKS. JT. TOfSG : PBOPEIETBEiSS
JBAIHS 0XE DQLLiR EAt'LL
T. T. IRAMEB, M. B.. Physician,
OHlc Hon, V M to U M.mnd i to 6 P. M.
asr Patients can be accommodated with Board
rat the Care. je9 :R4.1.tp
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1805.
VOL. XIX NO. 230.
fV THE CONDITION of the MER-
V( HANTfl NATIOVAT, H4VV nn th
ie ltd hill diKcoiiiiti'rt.... ...$552,090 49
1. S. Boutbt (lt iKwitnl with L. 8. Treas-
nr-r to incui-i circulation 500,000 00
u. d. Ddtiux flvpMite,i With II. 8. Trent-
loMvure u. Kitf w 200,000 00
wcill-me WiAUl 00
Otbrr V. fl.
Bali ki UK Hop
tu4li ru lptwiu
Pile irom HutioiiMl hanL..
Due fniu uihr Jtnkt ""...""" .
Cm-h on liHtnl in circuUtiiiK uottm
ol other Nxliuunl ttMiiku $35,493
Cnh on haml in cii culMtiuK uott
of SIhU- UiuLi, 9,Htfi
Li lVoU-r o!,-fj lfiS,0iM
. b.oyi ns
- 1 (,4!'4 44
.. 8,407 3:;
Bemittanrra ainJ other oaith items
Current exM iiM-j ........
IT AST I.TTItJl
Capital Stock paid in .$50ftfffl Ort
CirraUtiiiir ut4- rrccircU from Cnii-
Iae othi-r Hunk
Iutvrmt and txrhanpc,
. . ' $1,73,752 15
I, . li. tTi'TTCB. t;aliier or "Ttai Mt rvlLauta'
Aati(unr Bftuk of Cleveland" & iu.hninlv trartmr
iuui i aottve HiHtemcnt m true to the tn-it of iuy
ant .etgtf ami ia im.1.
W. L. CUTTER, Cashier.
Ptatfof Ohui. )
County of Cnvhxfra. i .' .
f"''i n to an.l uliciilrl l.-fore inc, thi? M tlay
oft 4:)1 00" 1'nldic.
DIP EE. BECK. A SAYLES,
AND DEALEEf) IN
Si HT-4TE ST., BOSTON.
30 HOUSES AT AlCTIOA.
rjlIIE CloToljind Lihtnino; Knd Compa-
X ny will cuc tlii'ir Bt-uson's bitniiutw and make
rneir Anuuui b.iu- of
Horses. Wagons, Bodies, Harness, Ac.
AT THE CITY IlolTL STABI.EM.
ON THUUSDAY, Of TO HI-: W 5, ISC.
Sale to rnmuiAurt' t in o'tlork A. 31.
W have all vi-i y tiuo Mt. lut ami Siutdi Horw.
Tht-y cau be s'tt at the S.uMt-K uti tlw uiorning of
Trm rash. Bte pouters.
oct fiA A KE R.
I Al K MUT.US.1 hHve m store nn
X-i a-nortm-nt t Lace CiirtHiun. CtiiHiHtiuir of
t ISS Al'FLWl E, 2iew Dehiaiis,
Pe-rfona dsfiroiii of ruruirittiiiK tlini lnFntoM with
.. r"r m""'
s. II Y MAX.
Corner yapyrior St. ami PhMi'c Sijunre.
I liavc now in utorf a lanrr stork of cAAonHfl
Prwtn tiuixl-t of uU (jiialitii-H. AIho, BM Blanket,
rliiiinflH, MiHttl-, lti-d QiultH, Xiipkinn, TaUq
I loth-, AImi, an HSMtrtn.rnt ot CiKHimcrc?
Braver Ci.thn, anl otlior ironiM for Btiv and Men'
Wear. Ac. All of which w ill be ofit-nnl at jiricin to
u purcnaacrn. or J is. HMA,
SlTKI0R B0KIXG TOOLS,
BOSTON MACHINE SHOP,
OTTER STttEET, FHANKUV, PA.
A(i-ui r for the tale of Mnrs. J. C. Iloadley
Co.'f b MUI 12 tir4--suwcr .V.rtllt; kniut4.
Md" Ri-LMiriUK promtly attfndt-d to.
The New Kteara Flue Cleaner
Attat'liod to Boilt'rs at ft low irirt.
"Littlf tiiaiil" ami WimhI A Mann Engine for
CLOAkS. AVe haw now n txliibiiion
a btrf aM'trtmr-nt of Clonks of the latent !-
hk&is. TA . LOK, i.KISWiH.O ( (I.,
ort 17 KuM:iHir s.ireft.
AkE EVERY VABIKTV OF
tc to ord'-r. on nlmrt not ire ant) reaftoua-
bltfteriuit. TAVLUK, UKlSWOLl a CO.,
ort4 a 17 Suprrior gtrt-ft.
AUE IXTITK THE SPECIAL AITEX-
If tion of thf LadirH to our Clonk Itruartiucnt.
TAVLUR, GKISV(L1 & CO.,
217 Snicrtor wtref't.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOliEK 4, 1H0:.
The Connecticut Election.
The people of Conneetient have voted
dow n the Contitutionn) Aniendnient pro
posing to make intelligence, not color, the
test ol'admisfiiin to the ballot-box. The
vote was light and the majority was small.
Though greatly regretting this temporary
defeat of a great principle, we cannot say
that we are surprised f it.
if the most conservative State in Kew
England, and the toadyism to slavery, and
the malignant prejudice against the negro,
which is exhibited in some portion? of that
State can hardly be paralleled in the
North, outside of Xew Jersey. 1 The State
gave a majority for Lincoln, last fall, of
only 2,400, in a total AOte of 86,976. It is
not wonderful that the indiftrenee and
prejudices of a few Union men have led
them to vote with the Democracy on this
question a nd secured the defeat of the
. But the lovers of human rights must
not be discouraged by their iailure in
Connecticut. In 1847 the same proposi
tion was submitted and the majority
against it was four to one. Now the
Btslte appears to be nearly equally divided
on tb question. A vear from now and it
can be carried. Work on, then, Uniom
men of Connoeiiput, undismayed by de-
feat, for your triumph, though delayed, is 0
no less certain I
The Public Debt.
We publish in another column, this
morning, an exhibit of tha condition of the
public debt at the close of the last month.
It shows a most gratifying state of things
Hi me iniiuSr.u.:ui i uir puuiic uiiaucra.
For the first time since the beginning of
the' rebellion, there has been an absolute
reduction in tle amount of the debt. The
receipts of the Troasurj Department dur
ing the month of September were not only
sufficient to meet all the expenses of the
Government, but to pay ofl1 no less than
$12,740,000 of the principal of the public
debt, beside cancelling legal tender notes
to the amount of $G,01 2,000, and reducing
the interest on the debt by about $500,000.
This event marks our entrance upon a
new era in our financial history. Instead
of increasing our debt at the rate of a mil
lion or two a day, we have absolutely de
creased it, during the past month, at the
rate of more than half a million per day
for every week-day in the month. The
fact will ewrcise the most healthy influ
ence upon the fibatipial condition of the
entire country. .
The Ruo Times, a new weekly, to pe
published at Reno, Venango county, Penn
sylvania, is annouueed to make iu appear
ance on or alwit the 1 2th inst. It is in
tended to make this new paper a most
complete and reliable exponent of the oil
interest and chronicle of the oil news of
Pennsylvania. It Is backed by unlimited
capital, and it is the intention to niakc
it a first class paper in all respects. Its
editor i S. D. Page, Esq, formerly,
of tli Lkapkr, who adds to much
experience and great ability a's a journal
ist, thorough anil- evutive practical
acquaintance with oil, oil mining, md the
oil country of Pennsylvania.
Jlarie Devote Obissa, a Corsician young
lady, shot her seducer, who had delined to
marry her, who is, however, likely to re
cover. The relatives of the young man
stormed the lady's house, in wrier to wreak
upon her the Corsican system 'of wvenge,
or vendetta, and it required all the powirs
of the police to save her from danger.
The Public Debt. William H. Gibson and John C. Breslin.
The Plain Dealer repiiMislies ' from 'the
Bucyrus Forum a base attack on Colonpl
William H. Gibson, opening the -whole
subject of the Bre-l!n-Gibsou defalci.t'.on
The Democrats should be very careful
about reviving'that matter, for every one
who can claim the least acquaintance with
Ohio politics, knowns that that defalcation
caused by the corruption and thie very
of John G. Breslin,' Democratic. -State
Treasurer for the term proceding Gibson's.
Colonel Gibson is stumping the State for
the Union partv. The onlv reason that
Breslin is not on the stump for the .Demo
crats is that, like another Democrat in
later days, his crimes have forced him to
leave hia country for his country's good.
Colonel Gibson committed grievous error
in the matter, but he was more sinnid
ajpiinft than sinning, and his ofl'ence has
Meeting in Oberlin.
Judge "V. il. Dickson, of Cincinnati
one of the ablest statesmen and thinkers in
the State; addressed the citizens of Ober
li last evening, on the subject: "The b
siute Hquality of all iron before the Law,
the; onlv true basis of Reconstruction."
We have before us a full report ,if this
able speech, which we are unable to pub
lit this morning, but from which we shall
make some extract" on Thursday morning.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
" rio u,uallyVn,pl.,yed in the
A grand musical festival is to he held in
Rp ringtield, Mass.," during the latter part
of October. The "Oratorio of the Crea
tion1' is to bo performed.
At one of the recent watering ulace
bulls, the most striking and pronounced of I
leiies wiis worn Dy a stately ueorfrmu
1 whose summers could nut have ex-
ceoded twenty, but who carried herself
th the air of a woman of forty. Her
dness consisted of a train of white velvet,
line, not from the waist, but from the
lulders, and trailing its .slow length
along. It was without sleeves, but was
hnld over the .shoulders by cluster clasps
large diamonds. The arms were bare,
aisd polished as those of a statue of Praxi
teles, as was also the face and neck and
birst. Her hnir was powdered with pearl,
and dressed iir As pa.-in gtVlc, but in.lead
miikiiiir up of th at mmirb coilhire a circlet
diamond star-clusters was substituted.
The slippers we e of white kid. and had
diamond buckles fastening blonde nnd sat
dowr. ro gloves or nrncelct were
worn, noncbt brolcc the macnificent sweep
from the plump round shoulder to the
of the taper fingers. Altogether the
costume was a model of richness, simplici
ty, and every good and perfect thing but
The Erie Dimatch tells a funnv storv of
A citizen who lived near a refinery
found his cellar knee-deep with undoubted
syetroleum. Xo man in an oil country
any right to be astonished by sueh in
dication. He fell to work and' collected
thirty-six barrels of the fluid and sold it at
dollars to his neighbors of the refinery,
promising to bring them nil he had. They
poured it into their immense underground
tank. The vender went his way. .So did
oil, and it came to pass thev met a.'nin
the cellar. After the process of 'lo
been twice repeated, the refiners smelt
something stronger than petroleum, and
mended a treacherous crevice in their
tank. Then, by a singular coincidence,
flowing well in the cellar dried up.
How do the gentlemen who participated
the bolters convention on Holiday
like being beslavered with the ful
praises of the Plain Drain: Could
one them have had a doubt that they
playing into the hands of the Yal-
landigham democracy, the doubt should
removed nt once bv the tlm nntroniv.
way in wnieh the Plata Dealer pats
them on the back.
"To such base uses have they couie at laht."
"Ve have received the initial copy of
Meadville Daily Republican, a new
paper which grew out of the Weekly Re-
publican, and is to be published by R.
Lyle A hitc,' Esq., who has made the latter
paper one of the best weeklies in Western
Pennsylvania. Meadville is biir cnninrh
n dailv paper, and we wish 31r. While
success in his effort to give it one.
A suit has been commenced at Athens
Mr. Demosthenes, of the Pineus, which
contains a claim that some hundreds of
years ago was mooted in an Athens court
justice, and has never yet been set at
namely, the ritrht of the family to be
considered the direct descendants "of De
mosthenes. There ire in Greece, and in
Minor, and all over the world, where
Greeks reside, hundreds of persons of
name oi ucmosthenes, who may all
claim the same pedigree.
King Leopold is dying of water
est. "A solemn warning," says
CALKINS, GRIFFIN t CTVS
UNION BUSINESS INSTITUTE,
1- ll.-bl .U 1 1 . . .
Hers inducement, to those desirous of ar.iuiriuia
practical business educat ion, much sujk'riurto
other Commercial College in tllecunntry. The
Ilepaxtmcht Is under the supervision of
several of the best telegraph men in the West, en
aiding them to obtain situations for their gradu
much wore readily than similar Institutions.
other particulars, address as above.
TO Printer. We have fur sale itt quautities
"it, Bingham's Celebrated Roller Composition
Rimer's Patent Composition, the best and
anraoie extant. All orders ty mall promptly
attended to. Address LEADER CO , Cleveland,
' " - ang7
Tor Hale. The store ou south side of the Pub
lic Square, occupied by W. L. Marvin. Apply at
office of Noble & Noble, loU Superior street.
(sold ronponsur-Sentember, Novemliar and
January Gold Coupons and U. 3. ti per cent. Coin
ponud Interest Notes of lSoi, nought at highest
market rates by E. J. FARMER & Co., Bankers,
115 Superior street, nnder Weddetl liousc.
For Lake Noperior. The new stannch nnd
elegant steamer Ironsides, Captaiu J. K- Turner,
leave oar dock for Oataoogan and intermedi
ports on Thursday, October 6th, at 8 o'clock,
For freight tr paasage apply to
MALOXE, FETTIT CO.,
aeVt:WB 127 and IsS River street.
Cireat Trotting on the Driving Park.
PrSgramme for Wednesday, October 4th : :
srisa match ran lis), plat ok pat.
Wm. Hoffunro esiisrs Maria Brongh.
F. Kiniberly enters black nisrc Fsnnr.
KXTX1ES ron WEDNESDAY, OCT.t.---FO FIRST CL4SS
TtOTTINO, FHtKiri or 82(10.
A. M. Wilson euers black Tonngstown Mare.
Wm. B. Potts enters B. O. E-jJ'ip-
T. Elwood enters B. G. Tnton Jack.
Randcrson enters chestnut mare Queen of the
D4MIUUCS, OK of fJlU'S 4U.BT JTAJI.
KESS, VALUED AT $ KX),
Trotting to wagons, 4 in 6 to harness.
Wm. H. Potts enters brown mare Minnie.
J. Bennett enters brown mare Bell.
H. Cotrom enters by. g. Honest Joe.
J. KortE enters by. m. Fanny.
Horses will be called at x P. M. each day. Pools
be soli each day on the track, and at J. M.
Richards' in the evening." XTjplttuiice to track
day 60c. wil. a.' Pfl'iTs; W,r
oct42u. . ; i . j , j i r (
For Sale. The. lrg ifonble house on the north
of Monument' Square, berweea the 6tone tion,
and Kepner's rumisuing store. Apply at of
iM,s.-?ohlWjiv-iiBi ..." j mrt
Reception of General Grant.
Salutes, Procession, Speeches;
Grand Banquet at the Neil House.
Speeches by Anderson and Tod
Enthusiastic Union Mass Meeting.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland LEADER.]
RECEPTION OF GEN. GRANT.
COLUMBUS, October 3.
The reception of Gen. Grant to-day has
He to thope having it in charge. The
hnro nt onp o'clock am'
the booming of cannon, and was immedi- I
ntely escorted to the Ci .pitol by the 18.1.
U. S. Infantry, the citj - aulhoritii
r In rcachinsr the State HMie he was
to the Executive Departi uent and intro-
duced to the State nfllciaU. After which
he returned to the front tet of the huild- I
ing, wnere Jiayor cull h"iihi nun to
the hospitalities of the city, which he ac
cepted in his u?ual laconic sty le.
The honored gurot then re iired to the
Rotunda, where for an" hour Jie received
the salutations of thousands f people.
The presentation of the school children of
the city, all of whom the General took by
the hand, formed an interesting feature of
After making a ha-ty visit to the several
with n.umerous invited gue-ts, partook of
public institutions, Gen. Grant and suite,
a sum ptuous repaiit at tue JNeil liouse, at
which remarks of a complimentary and
eeiier al character were made bv the Gen
eral, Governor Anderson, ex-Governor
Tod, ind others.
This evening tlu General attends the
opera, and at ten o'clock leaves on a spe
cial. treiin for Pittsburgh, where he passes
through another ordeal to-morrow.
UNION MASS MEETING.
A large and enthusiastic ma-s meeting
was held here this evening. It was ad
dressed by Gov. Andersou, cx-Gov. Tod,
The Board of Trustees of the Soldiers'
Home havcbeevi in ses-i.m t.-day and this
evening, making preparation for the open
ing of the institution at once. They will
not finish their lalors till to-morrow.
New Well on Hiver Farm, Pit Hole.
New Well on Hiver Farm, Pit Hole. ANOTHER ON WEST HICKORY.
Miscellaneous Oil News
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
OIL CITY, October 3.
yesterday i Monday) on the Iliver Farm,
Pit Mole Oouk .
A forty barrel well, lubricating oil, on
the llillsTarni, AWi Hickory, on the 3oth
G. W. P.
A .special dispatch to the Pittsburg
Camrnt rcial of yesterday says that a fifty
barrel well of lubricating oil was struck on
West Hickory creek, on the 27th. Pros-
The Pithole City Water Company held
election on the 'jiith, resulting in the
choice of the following named gentlemen :
Kinir, President ; .1. C. Nelson. Treas
urer; K Davison, Secretary; J. K.Cross,
(ieneral Superintendent; Messrs. King,
Nelson, Cross, Davison and A. P. Hatch,
Directors. The capital stock of the com
pany is $100,000. '
A gentleman who left Oil City yester
day morning, states that the Gardner
Well, on Siverly Farm on the Allegheny
river, above Oil City, commenced pump
ing last Tuesday at the rate of twenty-live
barrels per day, when she commenced
flowing, increasing her yield. Yesterday
morning the well was pumping ai jibe rate
fifty-six barrels per day. The well is
principally owned in Oil "City, but heavy
interests iu"h are held by Pitt'-burghcrs. '
Letter from Gen. Ralph P. Buckland.
The author of the following letter is
among the foremost practitioners nt the
bar of Northern Ohio, and one of the
ablest politicians in the State. He was a
leading member of the Senate from 1855
185!), and in 18C1 went into the war as
Colonel of the 72d Kegt. O. V. I. By haid
service and solid achievements he gradu
ally advanced to high rank and command.
1864 he was elected to Congress, and
will hold an honorable position among the
best legislators and soundest men at the
Capital next winter:
FREMONT, O., Sept., 1865.
i the honor to ac
knowledge the receipt of your favor
enclosing a circular from the 'So
ciety for Protection of American In
dustry." I have been, for many years, in favor of
policy of 'Protection to American In
dustry," and, my faith in that policy is
stronger now than ever. It would have
become the settled policy of the country
long ago, but for the opposition of the
Slave Aristocracy of the South which con
stantly opposed all legislation having a
tendency U benefit free labor. Now that
slavery is abolished, the South will be as
much benefitted by protection as the
North, and there will be nothing in the
way of adopting a permanent system,
which will benefit all classes of labor, and
develop all sections of the countiT.
Without protection, the manufacturers of
country cannot compete with the
manufacturers of England, unless labor is
brought down to tlie low price paid to
laborers there, which I hope nevcj to see.
In a free country like ours, where the
Government is made by the people and
the people, it should be the aim of the
legislator to improve the condition of the
laboring classes, by raising the price of
Inlior instead of keeping it down. This can
be done by protecting the labor of
country agajust the iuiinen.se capital
cheap labor of Europe.
With a proper system of protection, we
shall soon see manufacturing establish
ments springing up all over the West and
South, giving employment to thousands of
and women, at good wages; building
cities and creating new markets for
farmers near thir own doors. Now the
Western farmer pays the expense of trans
puiing his produce to distant markets.
But I do not propose to' undertake a
discussion oi' tbs subject. I approve the
general objects of your Society. Too
much pains cannot be taken to dissemi
correct inlornmtion among the peo
ple, tfie source of all power.
I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
R. P. BUCKLAND.
Professor Francis Lieber, the newlv-an-1 ilence.
pointed United States archivist, suggests,
a letter to the secretary of state, that the courts
auestions in iftevance with the English
government should be referred to artjtra- cases
not to any of the crowned heads I given
Europe, tntto a committee of learned swers
ofjleidejberg. LeVden j)T)d.BerlfnJ j'orC-'.libeoiirtigat:o:;b,.,,,y
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
The Wrangling of Counsel.
Liberals Capture Tehuaean.
hlOrJS LIBERAL SUCCESSES.
Cholera Abating in Turkey.
XTr,w crilWU f!ATinT,TWA
J. 11LJ . --ww-.-. --
ltirf itt Prnvkinna.
MEXICAN LAM) iNTT0A,IER"
jrjjjj JillSand IlOllSiOS CUVUClL
Arwst of Gov. Clark, of Ml.
AHivoiit-r;.ln. C1 -v ft I. . 1
ftriuiJ Turn Ant of tlie CalUmoi
John M. Eotts Running for Congress.
Associated Press Report.
The Wirz Trial.
AVasi,;i:,o.toj, October 3. The
CommiHon rea-soinbled to-day.
Joseph 1 hurmun;5.'r, of the lKth Veteran
lo'serve Corps, testified that from Decern
tier Jl, isi.l, to the 4th of .March, 18: hi
'' a prisoner at Tuscaloosa, Ala. There
were five hundred prisoners there under
euaige oi Captain W irz, who was at that
tune a "crgoant.
i .,1. , . -I., . .
-ur. r'iiaue sam mat no was going to
sii.iw hy tins witness that Wirz received
?woo or .spUMi in gokt from the prisoners,
witness being one of them, and that
they were permitted to draw money from
time to time, and tlie balance Wits returned
without any reduction.
1 lie Judge Advocate supposed the coun
sel proposed to prove tne good reputation
the prisoner, but such a defense was an
improper one. A man may be honest up
i cmy-ioor nours tietorc lie mediLates
murder. The oll'enses charged occurred
Andersonvillo and no prior conduct
could be admitted. He repeated that par
ticular accounts could not be orll-red to
show tin- good reputation of Wirz. He
might have committed four kind act, but
ninety-six cruel ones.
.ui. rx-uaae suia tue prisoner was
charged twill high crimes and, therefore
was necessary to show that the defen
duit was a g.nnl man lour years airo. while
charge of a prison at Tuscaloosa.
I'La -.-it..... -etw-ir Tvpnoa to the" ques-
on :BS Vre you acquainted with the char
acter of Wirz for humanity nnd kind-
I knew nothing of it, not having heard
particular remarks on the subject
.Mr. Sehade said that when the prosecu
tion closed ale 1 tile Uetense was about to
commence, the counsel for the prisoners
asked for eight days time, in order that
they might ij.:ake the reijui-ite prepara
tions. He now asked that the Conimis ion
adjourn until to-uiorrow week. This was
necessary in order to do justice to the pris
oners as well as to themselves. With a
view to save opeme they had dischtu'ged
several witnesses who e testimony would
come under that character which had
been ruled to be irrelevant- J)y an adjourn
ment the Government would not be the
loser, for they would be able to finish tije
trial much sooner.
Court .We understand tii.it you have
witnesses in the city.
Sehade We will have to wait till the
Judge Advocate The Court is not re
sponsible for delay. He knew from ex
perience that ihe preliminary examination
w itnesses c.uld progress at ihe rate of
twenty-live a day. livery adjournment of
Court had Im-cii of as much benefit of
dcfciw as to prosecution. Some of the
witnesses for the delV-nee had been here
more than a month and. every power
the Government possesses had been
employed to enaole the detenee to bnn
belli here. He took occasion to say that
certain parties mentioned in the news-
papers. ( meaning General Lee, Johnson
othersl had not been subi-fenaed, but
had been informed that application
to be made to bring them into Court
prosecution bad b'en more than
usually liberal, including funii. jiing to the
defence a copy of the dailv Record. There
being two gentlemen engaged as counsel,
could devote tune to preliminary ex
animations while the other could be in
constant aitendanee at Court. The
Kecords showed that everv indulgeneeha
granted the nunsel for defence both
within and outside law.
Mr. S. hade alluded to the fact that the
record Cr the prosecution occupied 3,580
pages, nearly 2, '.mo ol which are devoted
the prosecution. It was, therefore,
that the defence should have
to preliminarily examine witnesses
mnny uunt4 tuvtUvod in so large a
Several members of the Commission
expressed themselves to the effect that
time ha 1 already been given
The Court, after deliberating w ith closed
informed Mr. Sehade ihoy under
1 1 witnesses ior tne aetence were
in the cilv, exclusive of those who
been examined and discharged. Under
circumstances, the Court was of the
opinion the counsel must go on until the
examination of these 17 witnesses was ex
hausted. If not, the Court would take the
matter into their hands and assign the
Advocate to the examination of
.Mr. Sehade remarked that he could not
anything until he communicated with
The Court It is his duty to be here. He
the course of business. The Court
not wait on hiin.
None of the witiies.-.es King in attend
except one Italian who could not
to be iindcr.-tood, thet were sent
the Court diflaring a recess of half
hour to await their coming.
Mr. Baker, alter whom an orderly had
despatched, arrived during the recess.
On the reassembling of the Court, Mr.
'aid that when the defence com
menced they had witnesses who had pre
viously been excused. Their testimony
of such a character that they had been
to go on thus far. The Court yester
day could not fail to see the diliicultv un
der which they labored. The most im
portant witiie--es had yet to be called for
defense. They could not put them
the stand until they had time to go
and arrange the testimony. It could
be expected that witnesses should be
examined at random. This morning he
suggested to his associate tle.it he was try
to obtain an assistant to come -into Court
assist him in the examination, while
Baker) would remain in the office and
prepare "the testimony in the torn), of evi-
General Wallace said that in civil
nothing is " more common than to
coniinna cases, but he did not think nnv
could be found in which time was
"to arrange the questions and an
chirch of witnesses. He thought the deoi
Mr. Baker I did not hear the inline of
the court, being absent.
Gen. Wallace directed the ruling to be
read for the information of Mr. Baker.
Mr. Bilker eaid that if it came to the
point that he must go on without knowing
to what the witnesses would testify, he
must give up the ease. He had bestowed
much labor on it and was still willing to
do all in his power for his client.
After further conversation, the room
was cleared for deliberation, and whon the
doors were opened, at fifteen minutes of
the usual hour of adjournment. General
Wallace said : Mr. Baker, to facilitate your
labors, the court will transact no further
business to-day, and will now adjourn
untu ten o clock to-morrow morning.
The court accordingly adjourned.
Liberal Successes-Capture of Tehuacan.
New York, October n. The steamer
Star of the I nion brings New Orleans
dates to September 23d.
The Times' city of Mexico correspond
ent savs: Arrests of liberals and tho?e
suspected of lilierali.-.m are so numerous
llllll M -inn It.iir fll.l 11,1 1 jl 111 tO
The most barbarous orders are issued by
the French commanders. One is that
every man wearing leather, and the lower
class use no other material, shall be hanged.
On the 14th of Auirust, the Austrian
garri.-sin at Tehuaean, composed of 500
men was attacked and annihilated. The
Estafette savs the battle lasted over two
hours. when the place was earred by storm.
Our losses are enormous. The Juarist:
captured over .1oo.(mio, besides levying an
inmost of SI 2.000 more.
A ISe iriau detachment ot no men o;m
- cantured in Michnncan.
beei. occupation of Tehuaean had caused
The . nsatioii. owing to its importance,
a gn at .-r. ' feared that the Austrian de
uii'd it was be road would be captured
taehments on i Hold the- road between
The Liberals . -morns.
Monterey and Matu 1 Brineourt, nt Chi-
The French Genera, -!,." en t". as his
hualuia, demands rein to, ou'n fcr iW
coluuin was not strong ei.
grete s force Vit up in
ihe trench garrison is kept s. .(
the State of Durango by the Libe.""''
A French column of 1,200 men .
unable to move out of their encampment,
forty miles from Tampico, as the guer
rillas have captured all their runlet and
The Liberals hold the main town in the
State of Mexico, which form the key of
the country called Iluastrea. Xo one dares
go a league outside the city of Mexico.
This correspondent says there is no sub
mission in these people," and the coming
winter will ehow us a struggleon a grander
scale than we have vet witnessed. The
Iinpcriali-4 forces hold mo;t of the larger
cities and the Liberals the smaller ones of
KmihcIs from the E-tafettc of the 17th
confirm all this correspondent savs.
Nfw Yock, October 3. The Post
J,.r...t..1 .. !!. ..
i. ii asiiiiiL;t i aoinct meeluii' w'a:
1...I.I .1.:. ... :.. t ,,
em i morning at w men all the mem
bers were present except Seeret irv line.
The State Department is informed tb.it
the cholera is abating very rapidly in Tur-
Thc President "ranted ovpr t ii-r. him
ouivioji.-. Lo-uav. most V to licnr.vinrw
i Louisiana delegation arrived to-da
consult wun tue i'reMdent on state
twelve hundred freedmen hare been
ent north within the past few duys.
Washington Items. The New Constitution of South Carolina.
JNi:w Iork, October ,'J.TlieCli..i-leston
Courier ot September 21). publishes the
oiiiineie revised constitution of South
as adopted by the State Conven
on pji tne i in uit.
j ue toiiovj ing is a summary of it
iteiiresentation is placed as heretnloro
ujion the joint basis ot the amount of all
taxes ranid whether direct ni indireet
nd the number of white inhabitants in
acu election Gistnet. 11ns iimiortant
i - , . '.
uitiige,. noncver, is, made, that whereas
lands in the St:,te, except those in cities,
were ascs.-cd under the old system ac
cording to a fixed, unequal and arbjrrary
estimate, the new taxes will be laid ne-
rding to the actual value of property.
m is a reiorm w nicii nas loii Peen
eeded, and is one strictly founded "on co
nial rights. It will' prove a irreat
relief to the ciiy of Charleston which alone
aid one-tUiiii oi the imports of the Slate.
One Senator is assigned to each Judicial
triet, except in the Judicial District of
Charleston, which constitutes under the
present arrangement two election districts,
late purines of St. Phillips and St.
Michael form one election district, with
Senators, and the former parishes .of
Christ Church, St. Johns, Berkley, Sf.
.lame', Goose Creek, St. Thomas aird St.
Denis, St- James, S.mtee, St. Stephens and
Johns, constitute another district, un
der the name of the election district of
Berkley, and are entitled to one Senator
place of eight they were accustomed to
when the distinct election di-triets existed.
House of Itepresentatives remains the
same, with ihe provisothat no one election
district sljall be assigned more than
twelve representatives.. The quota of
Charleston heretofore was twenty. In
her respects the provisions on this sub
ject are substantially tlie same. The
voce vote has been substituted in the
General Assvinliv for sutlrage by ballot.
The office of (governor, which has in a
measure been nominal in its character, is
invested with great power. The term is
extended to four years. He is to be elect
ed by the people, and in case of an
equality of votes he is then to be chosen
the General Assembly. The pardon
ing power is committed to his exercise but
the salcguard that he is to report to
Legislature all cases of amnesty which
been granted bv him, with a full
statement ot his reason therefor. In
to prevent a hasty legislation
veto power is vested in him, subject to
overruled by both branches of the Gen
Assembly. The Lieutenant Govern
or, also elected bv the people, becomes bv
of his olllce President of Senate
succeeds to the Chair of State, in case
Tho law is to Ik? administered
superior and inferior courts di
rected and established by the Legislature.
Judges of superior" courts are to be
by them for a term of good beha
and those ot interior courts for four
One of the latter is to be locateS
each judicial district, and to lie esne-
cnargea wun tne trial ol all civil
wtiereiu one or notn ol me parties
persons of color, and of all criminal
wherein the accused is a person of
The free hold qualifications for a seat
the Senate or House of Representatives
dispensed witn. the qualifications for
suffrage are the same as before, with an
exception made in favorof emigrants from
turope, who in lieu ol the provision of five
pr-tvious eituartsbjp, must declare,
intention to become citizens of the
nited Mates, accordine to the constitu
and laws of jhe same. No estate is
Tho Treasury of the upper and lower
divisions are united into one, whose office
be at Colo lolii-
The clause in relation to involuntary
servitudo asserts: 1st. That the slaves
been emancipated by action of the
nueu Dtates authorities. 2d. That .t.
as a punishment for crime, upon the
conviction thereof, ;t s-hfiU never bu re-es-tabisheq
: ' '- , ' j
election will take plaeo on fh latv.
October ensuing, being the ttiird Wed-
Union Pacific Railroad.
St. Lons, October 3. The railroad
presidents representing the O. & M, L. M.
O. C, Pa. Cent, and other roads, who went
on an excursion to Lawrence, Kansas, a
few days ago, and who will meet the com
mission appointed to inspect the Union
Pacific Railroad, have engaged toeonstruet
f() mile3 of the Union Paciric road west of
Lawrence by the first of next .May. 1 uc
iron for this road is already purchased
and shioued hv Edgar Thompson, Presi
dent of the Pennsvlvania Railroad. Seven
miles of track are already completed west
of Lawrence, and cars run to Topeka.
Arrnnp-ements are being made to minu a
railroad between Leavenworth iind Kan
sas Citv at once.
Petersbcro, Yiroinia., October 3.
A meeting of the Frecdmen was neia
here last evening. The banquet at tne
Afaican church, in this city, was crowileu
to excess, Capt. Barness, of the Freed
rnens' Bureau, made an address, exhorting
the freedmin to labor, and informing the
blacks that the lnuds of their late owners
were not to be. divided among them. The
address was enthusiastically received. Ad
dresses were also made by several colored
speakers, all exhorting" tho freedmen to
i. lejior. and counseling trienuiv
feeling towards the wnrrcs. ro-anmi-;
adjourned nt a late hour.
Gen. Grant at Columbus.
CoLrMDl'S October 3. Gen. Grant ar
rived here to-dav at one o'clock from Cin
cinnati. He was met at Xenia by a com
n.itteo consistinir of the Mayor and City
Couneil, and was welcomed at the depot
.v.i vast multitude of enthusiastic citizens,
and escorted bv the militia to the State
House, where" he held a levee, shaking
hoiirls with thousands. He coes to Steu
vnlue.l nt S3O0.00O. was burned at Mem
phis on Sunday. It was owned by Hill
Clarkson, Harris & Wormly, aurt the C
S. Government. The private cotton was
ius,ud. The fire is supposed to be 111
work of an jncendiary.
From New York.
NkwYoo.. "-of 5-2)
"nlartred iss . ?'vi" ,cons'"nee ot a..
v v evnoe ,1..' ' Kls' cause an
eRl : 1 ' , T""1- lli price h
rangeu " l' ls probability of
a tair ex). "-i"rrow s steamer.
RECEBVED UP TO 3 O'CLOLK, A. M.
[Special Dispatches to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, October 3.
- steamship Connecticut
was recently sold nt auction at the Nary
Yard, Philadelphia, and was purchased by
the New York and Brazil Su'iim-hip Co.
The Connecticut will be commanded by
Capt De Fibre, formerly of the steamship
Vuilderl.ilt, and will iiil for Rio Janeiro
on the 2th prox.
ASSAULTED BY NEGROES.
The Charleston Courier says that on
Saturday, September 23d, an assault was
made upon Dr. Then. Dehan and his son,
The-). Dehan, Jr., by negroes, while they
were returning from their plantation. Tne
assailants were former slaves of Dr. De
han. They were all armed and need ser
enil shots. The son was dangerously, and
it is feared mortally, wounded. Dr. ilehan
received four shots, and though seriously
wounded, is considered out of tlunirer. Six.
of the negroes hve boon arrested. The
cause of the attack is unknown. Dr. De
han is a son of the late Dr. Dehan.
The Henlld's Washington special savs :
All the forts, but eleven, coinposine- the
Washington line of defense south of tho
otomae, have armaments now, nnd all
will probably be dismounted before the
hrst ot January.
the statement in tho Washino-ton
papers that the eteran Reserve Corps
will be mustered out ot service, is partly
erroneous, tue met js, it is contemplated
uniting the present twenty-four regiments
representing mat organization, into ten
regiments from amone picked men that
compose the Corps. The strength of the
reserves is about 0,000.
Ihe receipts of Internal Revenue fir
quarter ending September are re
turned S3,72n,4i0. Th s . lav's
foot up $2,ftS'3,.S0S.
present of conducting the
Quartermaster biiMiies-. has been under
going considerable discussion among mili
ary officials. A board of competent offi
cers will probably be convened shortly to
revise the regulations of that Depart m.iiit.
with a view to simplvhnr its tonus and
adapting them to the requiremonts of the
ARREST OF GOV. CLARK.
New York, October 3. The Boston
Transcript savs : Governor Andrew, in
connection with other cmitlemen in vari
parts of the country, have nearly- ma-
ured a plan hv which thev contemplate
establishment of a central otlicein New
York, where the owners of land in slave
States can become acquainted with North-
rn purchasers, and thus a system of emi
gration organized, which will fill the
NTOth with a population having Northern
energy and ideas. A branch orlicc will be
instituted in all the former slave States.
the project goes on, European
inmigrants may be induced to
settle particular reaions. Tho whole
scheme is upon a large scale, and tinder
charge ol gentlemen abundantly ablo
meet all the exigencies that mar art e.
lovornor Andrews will likely bo Presi
ol tlie organization.
MEXICAN GRANT OF LAND.
accounts sav that
Imperial Government has made a
grunt ot 20,000 acres of land to Francis
Campbell nnd associates, Americans
Texas. The grant is located in the
neighborhood of Cordonna, where arc
of the best lands ii the country, par
ticularly for coffee. The conditions of
grant are that Campbell & Co. shall
a colony of 1,000 persons within a
After the expiration of the vear
colony will lose their rights to part of
land, proportional to the number of
colonists less thnn 1,000. They may in
troduce into the country, free, "of duty,
Implements of agriculture, machines,
and colonists. The colonists are to
exempt from military servico except in
of foreign war, and then also if the
is with their native country. They
to pay ?1 per acre for the land, in live
The Tribune has a letter from Constan
tinople, estimating the result of the late
conflagration as from six to eight thousand
houses burned, including more than a
hundred palaces, eight mosques, two
churches, live khans, and many public
It is estimated that the "sufferers
tho- fire numbers about T5,Ono. The
burned over is about two miles in
length, and half a mile in width, including
wealthiest arjd poorest qunrtr of Sta ru
boul. The Turks arc the'hea'vies suffer
ers. AU the palaces belongs. iO them,
I suppose seven-tenths of the aouRS
sh.njiS. T Walked," to-day, oyer tho
of thee TurkUb, qujrtorj, and such
scene of ah-Mjlute desolation I have nevr
In any inhabited citv.
Sir Henry Biilwer, successor as British
Minister to Lord Lyons, formerly at
Washington, is to arrive next week with
Stuiiry as Secretary. The whole of
Enelisb. community here! and all
who are for religious liberty in Tur
key, are' jubilant.
Ihe news from the interior of Turkey
very r3iscqnra"in!'wJt-,,pnAc.ei tK-.t.a44.
in Constantinople carried the disease with
them into the provinces, ii w "" omy
spots, but in the interior the ravages of I
"I . . I
the epidemic have commenced.
Washington, Oct. 3d. Information
has been received hercthat bis Grace Duke
George and Gov. Clark, late of Missouri,
have been arrested and committed to 1 1.
It seems the counsel for Wirtz were
nnder a wrong impression in stating that
Gens. Lee, Johnston and Howell Cobband
others not officers in rebellion had been
subpoenaed as witnesses for the defence.
Judge Advocate Chipman says that sneh
NO SUCH THING.
The World's special says i General But
ler had au interview with the President
to-day, during which it is said he tendered
his resignation.- No such document has
reached the Adjutant General's Office
from the Kxeeutiva Maasion. ,,
BALTIMORE, October 3.
The preat turnout the
Association took Place t'Mueht. mere
was a torch-light procession and mass
meetinc in Monument Square in support
Kiebmond papers of to-day sav the re
port of the withdrawal of Douglas and
and Christian as candidates fyr Congress
in the First District, proves incorrect. La
the Lynchburg district all candidates hav
ing deelarea tney connot taKe me euiu
prescribed for members of Congress, a num
ber of citizens issued a care requesting
them to withdraw, and nominating in
their stead Hon. J. M. Botts, of Culpepper.
WASHINGTON, October 2.
Little of Nevada, Consul at Panama, in
the pbtce of Mr. McKee, deceased.
PITTSBURG, October 3.
Three feet of water in the channel
water recoiling. .
A Romance in Real Life.
I.onilotf Corresuotidence Cincinnati Gazette
tr. Had here a romantic atfai
such os will make mT" " .l" '."
who does up (or used to," highly ;ed
things for the Enquirer, oi v0lir city,'j
water. A few days ago the groom of tlie
1 ttey. Dr. .Crosse, tho very aristocratic
"vu, o Oakham, was brought up
" ortJ' Quirt for abducting
clei .""t!f, a vounr lady
heforo v . V
the daughter of n,
two years his senior, w
pointed to attend in rirtin.,
Caroline Croso L., .
said in answer to, mag;:""'
was not prepared to sv- Jt. ,'h',t s le
- . -j sne or t h
;e was ap
Alioe yotlllir man n,o,ln .i,; cx " 1
Iv s. -- m iirsi auvanoA cl.
thought they were about eqied 'i,
storv of tho ol.i.. ... r J1"-. . Her i
t'rentesit iun. . ht . ,. . "un 'he
f imtiK, she savl
, .cave me nouse. There h
leen a trreat row T T r I" "e
nd I wished to
(the groom) was sent awav nt
;l .. "-" 3
when he wiw
I mcrelr told h
1111 Ill Aima 41... .
io i.eoroom window, and he
eaine up outside. I ,l,ink ,le , ; ,
lane. I told him I should go awav 1
put my thinrrs out of tha .;,i -' .
then I got out myself. I scrambled out
somehow-, as I hait no assistance. I think
he helped me a little when I got nearly
down I think I was slipping down, and
he held me. Nothing further took nl,
taiion. i uia not know
t ...-jji'ini. iu i,on
uo. L pmposea walking to Wcvbride
Station. It is a distance of about fi?e
miles and a half along the road We
walhed there together. We took a mail
train to London, nnd T n,i .i,
went to ater do Stotion
to a eorl'eo hnin
the city, where we had .om .ov.
ll hero T . I olo
co ne, but I th.ai.eht I tZr.T C
.t. - T . - " t. O'
We went to Doctors' Commons for a C "-ventb
se of Marriage. He applied for it. We of
Id not have it without my fathers' con- -be
. I did not hear what was said, as T
not present. He told me that after- Fat,
ward. V e came straight to Wadsworth. ron
proposed , adsworth, as I
would be more convienent. I
Deen tnrough W adsworth. We took
lodgings at Mrs. AViggins' from seeing a
card in her window." Mrs. Wiggins de
scribed bow she questioned thcrnwhethcr
they really were "man an wife," as she
thought they looked more like brother and iters,
' - " un utT , nuif 1
Ftayod with hor thnt thp l;uU .. &udi
i 1 1 -i m J I
lady. The magistrate had no doubt not
veoe kiss e ner consent to the court
elopement, but doubted whether as a a
matter of law a vonno- l.lv iinil,.r. ..
. o J "r,- I -
competent to give it. the
Ho ii,.-..M .,.1; ,1 .1.- . . . L..,i.
........... 1. uj..niaru mi; c:sf, nut
admitted the defendant to bail, and tin
poor boy wa.i led out of court bv his sure
the report savs, -in a half faintiu"-
hysterical condition." Miss Crosse
entitled to considerable property, nnrl
proposed to her lover that as st'ion as
got possion of it they should take 9
The more the story, and particularly the
s evidence, was: examined into the ladies
more was public opinion arouse.1 in favor then
George Smith, the groom, who seemed party
nave been tfie passive instrument in the 1 are
. . - --. .... 1
hands Ot his mistress I
After the case was ndiourned. Mi-s
refuxed to go home, but finally con
futed to go to the house of a relative.
George repaired to this house and walked
and down in front of it. Bein" re
quester! to leave he refused, until Mi.
Alice herself came out and reque-ted him
leave, when he at once obeyed. When
ease of abduction, &c, came on .for
on the day before yesterday, the aris
tocratic clergyman declined to appear
linst Smkh, who was led out of the
room a hero. He was cheered nnd
caressed bv crowds, women rushino- for-I everv
to grasp bis hand. It is certain
Mr. Crosse owes it to his groom's hon
and not tohis daughter's prudence, that
young lady got no further than the
page to her romance. Yesterday, to
surprise of all, Smith and Miss Crose
married with the consent of the
bride's father. A worthy Baker. Mr. Job
George, who had been one of Smith's se
curities, officiated as the bridegroom s best
while his daughter acted as brides
maid. There was an immense crowd as
sembled, who insisted on a speech from
Smith, and he accordingly said a few
words to them from one of the baker s up
windows, which we are told were re
with tremendous applause.
The Empress Eugenie bad hardly recov
from the shock of the accident which
the Princess Anna Murat and sev
other ladies, whilst traveling with her
Switzerland, when on her lournev to
Biarritz, she is saddened by the news of
death, by apoplexy, of the dowager
of Albany, the mother-in-law of
Eugenie's deceased sister.
Mr. Renan, who has recently returned
his explorations of the apostolic re
gions of the east, is about to publish a
of St, Paul." Renan -has a strikin"
individuality. His -features are very home
hut the shape or his bead ls uitr.llectui.1
his expression is as refined as'his man
ner. He i very much lionized by ladies,
blending in his nature of anmlpriestly
with an unwojldlTmanof theworb'
of social and COUVcrs-ational Beeom
plishmfmU whh the glow of a poetic im
agination, and the h.ihes.t culture, make
well nigh. Irresistible to a certain class
Intellectual women. He is al-o very
among tho journalists and litera
teurs of the day.
Among the more prominent recipients
official charity whose names figure on
pensioners of the English civil list dur
ing the year which ended June 30th, 1865,
daughter of Robert Southey,Mrs.Bertha
to tne extent oi iioo annually: Mr.
Mrs. Howitt for 140; and the widow
J.cllha'.-il.K.il.s, I ,B.inin i .id
PERSONAL. WEEKLY LEADER
T SEWS. sfKWWjtt.Hu
-D ( I ENTI Y ' -R y li :
OFFICE. NO. 14'i srPE""
TERMS OF THE WEEK-1 ' .
Onsyear (32 issue) "r""""''""','!". m i'senJ
To the getter up ot " - , i , .rooty.
copy of the Wmelt LMA-4npArd,
.H.nV of the Tri-W
copv of the Daily.
T.F SPFTt rovT vVT.
PERSONAL. WEEKLY LEADER Fenian—What does it Mean?
Fotian is a
who do not pay
that it '.
word "" i',
rnucn "I tJ til"
i- -iMArntare, a"" -r "r.ians oi
eunosiiies ui ioV -- lmnt,rt,,
to-dav have made a " ' .
' .i.:.,..t is ad.
tention, though t f 'rfler be an t
to handle, unless the r.,ler V fur t
and well btkea "'Vt-ristiftn era
the earlv years ot l"h,r. . vher ' -
dstedinlrelandamiii!"'.' ..,,. .
militia,calle.l FU" body
quarter of the third mhsl
commanded bv i 1 Corraae Ulf-tana,
law of the famous , Km, Fin
but better known to to-- .W,.,-. .
who, like Presideni a.. divided,
ated. This hrotherh; bitterlr, as Iri it-
he members quarreio BoUene be-
men sometimes win. J ojsi tie .oo of
headed by V'Tn.n Moma beinj
Finn, and tne former "claiut-
the other panj- - nLaer gjlaiors:
ed precedence over "tkat aftsr hav-
?..u. . ut tta crowm, they were
defied even i, . rbre. K,
assailed, in the reign o 'g,mQSt to a
of Cormac, .n,V"le r0val hand no
t o.pl. ihnt was SO f:Ia'Jr v
man, Ossian falling by -',
doubt with a shiueia.. " -j.
batLle that was jsojaiavan j.ero L.-a
qf GalJijsa--r1--7rVxI.ijh bard3 and 'r.
lavoiites with the irt-u
mancers, and the crities ,
their productions, so"""' .fi. th.t
P.ms, and others ret j b . d wor
Macpherson founded lw oei
hicn w i, ; ,ut,;t
tw3rss AW 4.V
l.loorl nnil so many no
"The'reader probably remraber. tie
ine reaaer F" itiqurry, betweea
conversation in Scott s" i,s
Mr. O.dbuck of
land nephew tJf up st0iH' v
in which the latter i, ; . ,
the authenticity ot Mar" y,. : ., -
He quotes to h ncle W..-"-' . ' '
rle 1 8 . ,if some 'portions i
translating hirneU some i
dialogue between Suit . "
compare your psalm 1, hi
bare armea terns'" -
asks: ,"Are you sure J , ' H
ting that last ept
tor i" "Quite -au30 j ihoull
tor, dcrgodlT. J" migit hsva a
Kn part of tha
. - . ht oiu-juooora.
l.. i .7 ... ' K"
"v. we presnu
Fenians take their name from '
ancient Irish heroes who figured so lorj'
ago, of whorn,the bards used to sing, that
they aspire to be a military fraternur. or
brotherhood, like the Fianna Eirinn, who
flourished when Cormac was-JIing, and to
be the champanions of Irelard, aad inthat
""ay to win tha praise of poe;s and tha
oi jjOuiiii.ia ara
imcing an orderly anu
of testing their claim 'to
. .hi; iue nnct mnn.i.
r,....l;.r.j i-- "wiou
hZZ CST. na? beenmade, au election
candidates f. r.r lea"? seleci
j .. . "-""JKreSg.
is. Th:., .
-"s, sK.-nyu id
aim thai it. , , . -
zens are the ti , uo ""orea cut,
Statefand .r'LS 1J l
Suffrage is denie, ,1 v. to t rew?ni"on- '
thorities arI "'" .
iaej tJiuM ot a ' iv
Macks or disloyal whites, should e-,. .-.t
Shoddy in Paris.
Shoddy is here at last; and tn.
D . ih t -nOil'-.l
fit tha A e j r"S tin
have just returned from half-i
Ioun.ro in tho on4.PBt iL ,L ' 3
shoddy s headquarters. Behold hira la h'l
magnificence as he reclines gracefully
chairs, one arm thrown oyer the' Kb '
vat.on higher than his heaaT Wa tU
ei-ar. whlUha IZVX hi ,
his wife and daughters fro , tfV"-?
shoddy never wallTXh ' A. ' Iemala
sallow and long past forty th
shoddy sits bolt 6,
and would have belli ntin W wsT
tire pi i tiuuiuvs 01 societv were nrtta
a flwhinn TvQ c, '. -; a
as refulgent as tho mother. The ti
vara as they enter bn-htona nr.
sudden burst of sunbearrl and as they del
sonil which tho,-,!,, J.., " ue
carnage, there is a prolon-rerf m'oti ;A
... .1 u .v.r JO"s metallic
dy sits bolt unrin-h. tJ-.e .1..
dined the world would lose half h" it' '
.v.ivua, ouu uue seemo- h. j s
seen. She has diamonds in her ear,
she has pearls around her neckj aTcia
Niagara of pearb, flowing cv4
mountainous bosom. She l.. v..
rattie, as iiiougn tlisy wore, which i
part they do, chain armor ovec
clothes, shoddy himself,. cigar in -mouth-it
,s never out Mce. S "
or sp,t lounger over to them,
consults his watch, a costly affair a siTef -hn,8J'er
.".th hotel clock above hi! .
and hinting that h it is lutich titrri
his intention of ....:- 1.
outside of soioethino- A. 5.,, vi?1"
replying, through thair nose tht '-
have no "ohiel,. ,v . '
shine and nittle on 'the stir,. v
soon enn-nrrorl in ,T. a
... main? ST.-W.lr '
Itheicn i: ch,u .1,. . e - , s?
phrase Ls sh.-ldy-of a light? and eJet
eonsi-ting of te. h. s -pihkled
salmon? loiter PU
and M,. .,au. eu-
bottlcs of clie'on -!1
with rw tho l.j aim coaeiu-
."11 t uo me
corpse reviver I ' This
scarcely vani.h rA'"nffla vision.,
my attention wasXS
high voices, to a noting of ffll
who Wfre waitinrr ih DoaJ7
"to be hauled up o ttir54?4
bell." The. 1. -! r0O.n" bth.
way thnn i, yeU0"w in -
mentioned, as brassv L,t ,Tb J,Jt
hish-fressum " ""H
voices pitched .h. . cony
whistle. Forced by C& ? a raiU '
become a listener T " ur-.stanees to. ,
-,, lavorea in
-a much domestic
sfiT thnn thn
than five niinntes wi"
l oon . "
that Jane, f 'li-.u,??7 fording' tho
was at that moi.tl. f .one of ihf
drive in ,h."V?xmS herself
' JjOlJ ,nJ hfl.
"liquor." Do T " . un.n'3 father to
Paris, as I
s cynical concentio. ItaJ,ze,i5on
nH "ctption and are faccv
CW, o 7arnmo combined.
Shoddy in Paris. Card from G. F. Marshall, Esq.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 2d, 1865.
you sav I -
our bounty fu-.rf
tor for thenotle
doingmeagreat Injustice. TuT?? tni U
to those funhaf.h'co- -Christian
Coinmion j " to th. .
. j ,. ,
.esjiiu , ...r article w tinHn-V.- .
whenl have souoht t,-""wWs
. . v11 "0 control-ai- -
you on any sut.je,;t, anrt f, ..k
Statement would hC ?"
had i not the lrjo livilT; V -misses
to prove ,t so, esch a? - .
have rece. yed. eontr;hlltio03 ,
and no one but memVrs of my hmlZ
knowing to it xi-., 1 ""'t.y
this note, that I m' ' ' ''u P1,
be disabused of so I a?
-"tri.n a wrong"?
"opeeiiuny l ours
GEORGE F. MARSHALL.
f tha TTnrcMO tnnKni .
. .. "..e1 i,j a .