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rur.l.isn'i;ir r.VrnY fiuiuy ' MortNtxij.
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WM.UMNN., Vrn-.riclnr.
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THIS CONSERVATIVE
POETRY.
(From the Atlanta Era.)
SCANDALOUS.
Wi; fttrrl llic htttlm of the rl!rv tilf lifft
'rferel over I'd- ttift "wtsllM or tin? hubc.' We
lnnko tin njioli-ji-fl lot hini, hh he lis neither
ymith tor ngnlo reef mmruil liiin to clemency.
We liiivi leuKoii t bCihyo, (M llw lilt l lit
.. I... It .f .....I...,. .1..i;iiMitinn. lli'.if
Ny.but.lie.lind lo toy. , . , . . ,
j. Al"ii!J tliQ droi t I lilniiuiri'il,
dm-li I iniiryi li 'l, tii' li I wmidcrril,
. ' 'ii'inK bt.lif t liuil tliirt.ru lh it mortal
1 ' Ki:Tcr n nr ill' atm.'il liotnrc ;. .
IMi the piivcmiiit eatui' a rapping ,
r r IP II t I . . ( l...w
AH in iiii ii.ui." f.'i'iijr i.ii-iu".
'Ami I li'-u'il 'liiiislin-ll.:'!,i'1.-'.
.' -Which my even m.U rni:i xpl..u'.
"I in tome Ictieilc," thin I miilleied---
I llHtl H'l'll tilt' tiling hll'l 10
Duly tlild and nullilu luorc..
j 1 ('unit IIi'h fetiiiilc mvfCH-i'lt'.t by tiic
I.'. ..1 :... . I.n . li.nilil rli;( urn In t-KV llu'.
,, tMoliloiily I Htt'iU'i'il lulu , .
rik'iMlly.wiiiilni, i.pi-u ilifit i
'J lii-ncf I kiw lliu lnvi-ly iiniiilcii
lU'lns lima wiin; dli-twit Aidtvu -
.III pCllUllll:d Hllll dry KllOlll ladtu.
rii!i u.e ninl ;;imi'i liTori', ,
- . 111. .1 I , .. .1 . I ..1 I".. !!...
.MMIf'.OI- II. Ill I IU 11'. L". I' '
A 11. 1 nniH il'iwii ttie JiokhkIio wore -,.?
Tuj u iuliry t-j t.j-Iuio.
And I folind-1')' l liihC llltpri lioll
'J hat ln'i haughty, nppn- M-' liiiii,
1-OllllllllllR lll.lllll' ll.ol lulled II bollOCt,
tin ilH pi lii'iiiniimi woru ;
lml lur lui ii'-l w;.n heaving nlowly,
'.Nt.illi n gai incut f.iohliimil lowly.
Aid 1 know llio 111 ivi'Uii iit wholly,
1 lout never hum Ih'Ioio,
I'nr 1 klll'W "i:n''lllrllt ll'-ilViTl''
. TI111L tliiii iMilli.iit nuiiU'ii nolo,
Only tliuhu aud imlliuiK iiimu.
Ami lii r 1 liec Kn ic full and roy
I could IlH yon, itttrr hdi.ii
hlCU l tlllil II lllll;;;:i' t lolil mo
(If I hi' loliir lll.il hllll Wolf -
Yil 1 .vx 1 heel; ic viry lo.i'-iiij,
lint l.gr I110I1 M nio . lu-i .liiK.
Ami hhiilionl u s'ikii of Miciiiiiij',
An i-ho tti'it .il"ni: hi'loio ;
Ami l i Mil ri'd a mV ol "olmni.Clii 1
J, Out ut IiuhI 11 yiuil lii.fiiio. , 1
, Only this uuJ willing mure.
' Then I iiollcnl nn unrrrhin
J.llting of the mimlln cm tain. .
Tlnit her fci't Imd di llly liiihli-il
V11 111 my i'l'l mil i-jt-n Inline,
AVifli iflcli lift cunlft a lilra ' '
' , Tli:ll 'Uoilld liltu lllllo liigln-r,
. , A nil nt ln-L it 0 ill
ll,lnr Hum 1 il M'i'ii hcroio,
And 1 know It W:n 11 "lilti;!-"
' Tlmt IhlA xttlnliy niniden wore v"; : ' '
Jiwl u'Hiltti-.'' notUina 111010. '
And tin? llltlnr; nnl I tin mi-kin.?
.' Vi unit down tlio Mpli'inliil stot.Kli:
, , ;uilii'ii'd hy 11 11I11I1U lililion,
'1 li.it I vlnim-i'd t'l "oil hho worn,
Hhowiil nio -'twin a hljjlit for wci'pln'j,
'J lmt n finir tf ciilvca wcie iii'rplnj;
( Hut III pljlO IlH bhl! HH KHl'lplnt
l.ikc 11 i-tali'ly ipn-i'ti ln forc j
CuIm m Ihut him h:id laVi-'y piin-hiiscd
l'n 111 a luiii y iliy pm iln kI.uo,
l'ulciit c.ilvci-und nul lau tli nioie.
Ami tl c fli.lU'ili'R ninl Hie llnppin't
tt tlm lii!ililfti"K j;u;ii!y liM'pin;;
Hionid mi- sinhU Ihut lnu.r 1111nl.1l
1 j i- hail thin il Id :.i c I cioic :
i ,,UU ii viuliil hy cvi-iy liftins,
I Ol till! I'olllH uf llllll-llll llliflillK,
Koiiiul her, wliii li llic wiml-i wi'i fhlltir;;
c w.ud, hihi r, inoiiMinO niui'',"'
'' Hc.lits tlmt In mortal vision
Ni'TiT wi'i'C tfvinlid Iji'l'i'iv,
Njni-.lirt-ilicic fouvii' liioii1.
And wl ilo linn tier I'ljrir'ns' I't.l f !-. "1.
Much 1 wumli'H it, mid 1 uinlli'iid :
" Ami )uu cull Hili Ui'ni'i il wo:.i 111
That in lioiiii' lii'! on hefoio ;
' Phi, tin-hruzun il"ll of ra-hion.
Wrnppid In not' Ui'IiioulIoii imh.-iloli,.
rii.iikin limn Ik 1 nol le t-latimi
To the Ihc tlilii',' tlmt p-- Mole ;
tih ! tlmt 1 vir 11mrt.il vl .ion
' " ' . Hi cnlil mu ll myli ry "'..i,'1
M liU I iiin'iiiwd, u itliin I'Ul'o.
' jk... .fiimi.W'oiuuit iiVrmc i-lirrR,'
. ' vWliuiu haa (;ooo tlm ml ol I'lo.-I.u.;; . 1
., 'i'lmt vu h'Vcil iu wife n
in thu Kiiully ihi)K ol' yoif
('.ill 1119, '.f yil n ill , uncivil, ' 4"
While I l ame lu r "tiling ol' evil,''
.; And 1 wihh thu vi ry tttucc
Hud 'ho li'W'iy lio woie,
And i,;iiii ihc iviiu iiiuiyiil In
- DieriM'M I i t;o lmr imXlu'r woi'i,
Viiniiliid now foivnT uioii).
Paris Modes for July.
[From La Follet.]
Wc urc liupny to uiini'tiiico u ilicii.'ul rouo-
tiiiimry in nVi.'NM nt lowunl uiinjiliiily of iiliini
'I'liero fun bo i.o fiieliu tliut luxury in
Luh, (il l.ili1, lift ii iinliilijiil in tu mi nlnrnilii),'
lAccfH, It j:', linn fure, urnlifyin in nb?ii'vi;
tlian llio Ira'lrrs (if ficililiiii now bIiow n ilochli
iitiiintitU'li to ullnw llio ju.licimiily circuit
rciilni:u tlm inrrily cxjioiimvc. Wo no lon.'jn-
lico toilcla oiiymT'l un.l fpmkliii will" i
iiinj silviT, llntj ll.iuli ii' il oi iiuiiKiiU li.iviii:
f;ivuu iluoO to lilil nim, fllowtTH, Inixs, Sic
'I lie limlniiiils iiiijkI in vugno ut lliu inwuil
nionii'iil ut ii li'iiotviiiuliuii', nljinua, uii'l a
variety ol l;uuy n;itoi ialn, 8in.li ns uultanc,
wliicrj i It liiixluru ul nillc unit wool. l'Yui
liinU uro, or foiirso, iinmt'inii'ly in ti'ijiiMl.
'I'liiro i, iici lni(i, no fubrio fo inncli worn
Jl i :iniili' in tudlortii vol lily ol ijii'.ilily
idyll1, no U'l to mtit lliu tut, tn uml incuim
every ' one. . Moiiu iinliiHiH, yum tic
l link tnllullii.i, uml uiiih luuvy in.ili ri.il.-i,
liiiiiiililii'lol voklhi.wvuil ti-, ull Imvc, In j;i
I
vol. 1.
xVrCONNELSVILLE, JULY; 27, 13GG.
NO. 2.;,
rip p rn
tlicm
il
to
lil
uml
ol
mm,
only
vis
(,'nie ile ,, Vltvmbrf.
u.'inii.'.ii iic tote, uml ullior. very tliiii niid. ix
tieiioiv iiinii riulfi nrc: riret vul.lor ;inOi'or or'
cvi nirv,' wear. . Wliito loiUld (tro nuulu in ?vl
fuliUs, nul liavj ono grtiil tijvitntao by
clinnj;inr llio color c Iho oinaincnltt, or llii
Klylo ol tin ir ili-iunotior., one ican always give
llniiiancw iijipenriUKO w'uli very li'.i'.i; cx
ipr.'n or li'tiiilile. ., i . .
'I'lie vi'irta of nil ilitu-:!'?, let .tliC liitlrtul be
vvli.il liny may , r re cut rn ti e bia:i. I.i'r.i.-c
of lln ir biii'U imuliim, or ri'iul!y lli'ni fabric,
lle biu li bitnilib 1 not feornl. 'J'l.e soipe el
ibe tidu bri'ioUb i-. of roiu.'o, put to Hie baili
un it wouKI lie mull r any circumstance a. In
(Jor iti'fr loiUths ilc Vi-ita liavo very Jnnj
truiii'j, urn oio Klopnl i nniul llio bolloiil ol tbe
!;irt, uml cxci.s.ively plain, nt tbo liips
I'.udlea uLo me not s ). vety . Utort w-i .!! ua
liny v.i n it liit. Its l ino tincr; in fnot ll.e (Hi ns
iiiuilc by a mifgiriiiil few lo iutroiloco 1111 ei'
icnli io n'yli! ol Jrcjj linvo (uili'il, nml tbehlioil
wnisls nuil long, tiuilius Jrcsjics c!in(,'i.n(?
ruiiii,! tin; feet tiro cel. b"mtl lo llir'O v.boilo
not licVitnlc lo niulio liny pnnriliec (il lnl oinl
nppcurinieo in orJer to uttrnct atteuliun or
look ibff.'iiiit from ollien.
A fiv week:! n'O, luilies vlio conl.l 1.(1 onl
to veur iniiU or ten lloiinceil nms.iii pullieouls
iliiu'ontinueil tlieir crinoline!", of tmiiKO llii
in ulo but very blifcbt iliffertneo in iko cireuni"
lercinr eillier nt the bollolM (r lop of the ijl.irs
n all then; I'l'tticcii'. vereeo gorvil nn Ut lo
H iiilc plnin on Ike l.i:s. 'I'l.o vciiilmr i.) now
so win m llmtso fire.it u weiybl of ikirls voit!J
be iinbi nrnblo, tlii n'lore, nt llic prei-i lit mo
ment, timler tliin ilrc jm;s, one tbielt pellieoat
nml two t'.i'n. onemto worn over n. unull criuo.
line; timler Ihielt fkirl.', two pvtl'moatK, llu; ono
nii'xt tbo cno btii'K ul'.v:iy white. Tlie'e nre
two forms of crinoline worn ono rnmul ninl
uillicr i-lior, lor out)!-i!orr Oie'i-iH vben
lonpctl up; I In; oiler tnlln r larger, mnl Willi a
iiiiin, (or in -door ilie-i,or w lien the tj. ii t is
iillnwiil lo rest on tin pronnil.
I lo; pillieoul.s uuw uic 80 niiieli nliown Hint
lliey nre cenerully tnoio oriii'mentul than the
il:cs:es. I'or moi tiinji toilets tliey nro pener-
ully ini.ilo either ol the fatno ii-.iiteri.il 113 tlie
lt-i-33 mnl pulelut, or of casliinerc the color of
the (iniiiiiicnla on tbo ilreu?. For more Jrcpy
1 ci'iiiioim the pctticnuls nro iiirnlo of liiloi,r
colnretl bilk. .The vvbitd pettieoatg worn under
1I1 in dieiw'S lire most tlegaiit liltlo gnnlTiirecl
lli'iiiiee edged with luce; perpendicular tuck,
iiltcrnnlin;r with , cmbroidereJ inserlioil or
oluny; inedalioiH of embroidery or girpmo,
over colintJ ribboiiFj in abori, everyday in
lroilm;e soiim new nnd clegm.t liini.ner-jJJ
trlminliiL' Ibeni. Win 11 tbo dres ' is liHlpiiTl
over n pctiieoot for ouUof door ucar llio pct
livoul hliouKI not toueli llio irrouud, but bo
merely a thort liinlaneo from it. In some
e.idia lliu mnleiKkirt it) mudo full length, wiib
a t ruin, 'on', tin 11 It id iiitemled fur a double
skirt, uml lint luridly U peltieoul
. Fur morning wear tin; pulotois nro almost
nlwnys ol Ihe Hiiinti imitcriu! a.1 tlio drowi.
They nro si'ineliinctl iniido Iouko ami fliort
with or Without a hood, but nlwnyj wif.
lecvoii. With thin (orm a while body in wirn
with the bkiit. When iLoru u n body to the
iskiit, 'd obviato tho iii'i es-i'y of wciuingan
cstra covering out of tluoiii, a pcpHim I'ti ;li in
mudo srpnni'e Iioni llio body, nml being hown
on lo it iiui'iinv ribbon, U fa kind round the
body under thtr v.nl Ibunii.
The small, black ca-bmerp, loose nnU oi,
miolled witli bend", uro not no-y to elegant or
so fashionable 111 the small eiieiilar.i of the
caino inaieriai, oruiiiiient'.'ti wiui oeaoti, or
cihri d either with a bend frimro era h;ce
tl'JIIIU'O.
Miijliil nrid other thin drroirs nre gcirrully
ftoeomi'iinii d by nianlh h of tl o panic, Ihte
cun bo rtiruit) ei'.her circular cloukd, only rcacli
ilij Jtist belovf Iho tvuit't, or ."mall piiletols
iitiito loose or icmi m'jutltc, according lo I he
Iiih'o of the wounr. When unido in the.-iu
thin miteritils the wulstbiunl ihoiil.1 never be
worn' out aide. Tor fi les ttltikticsi'c viilc
blul-fc liu'C cu'dipii'. nearly ti,;ht-litliii, (ile
morn eleAiilly woru than the black lace
sbuwl that has bii't) ho loii in favor, liluck
riilk inan'.lcH me not muvh ivorn; tiny mo iu
teedeJ inoro for spring or autumn went. .
'I'liere U not imit-'i ulterulioii in Ihc. lorm
boiiueli-; thii Ciah tte, Lniubiiile ranehoticUi'
bein;; 11101 in luvor. 'i'l.o In tier ,U a very
sniill 'i'linehon,'' n'eiily ;'icuehin; to' Ihe
chignon, not covcrim; it, ninl' i'lp;hlly bent
r out . The Lambailo ia pei fielly toiind, but
Blighily bent down nt each sidij to Iho thajm
of the head, find Ri'iieially bus 11 Murin S'.u.il't
Irilil.. "I'iio tjiih.tlu. i alio perleelly round
but ijiiili! Hal, uol in uny way diking the fuiin
ol the head.
'I lnno in a very elight iMlureiied in Ihs form
ol IkiIh; they me worn in aliiiunlliill i.liupi'4 uml
stylc'i., l-'lu-.v-irf "s'Vin lo bo preluned to liiilli
em for triimuiti them, cpei.ii.lly II they uru
iii'euih'il lur rv.k'-siili! wear, l'fi ntnniiiig huts
llowerd would, of eourso, be two ilwey. tin
IbeJij are wol'u small win 'j.-j or tfini,'hl lealh
WhilO bodiej nro of cnnriiu moie in rfipiesl
tlnin i vei'.uml n iiiytlu in a variety ol ins
It rial.-i rauibi in, lonliird, nlpuea, llama ninl
uulile.iel'ed linen. I'or oi'eninu; Wear, thinner
matt iiiilH,sin h i a hi. liar, mu-tlni, plan :t iiu
broit'eied. When iiiiulo in liie.u thin hiluies
Iheynru penerally nrrniiKed with Clniiy
Viihiiuieiini'ji iiMit'lion over colored ribbon
velvet. We bavo Keen 301110 .veiy piotly
white iniirillii bodiis, u corM'let like lliu hkii
l.i .;i ni'rally worn. They ivrn tndilj in a vari
ety ol (oriiiN, but miiiiubledly th'i. mil ele
HiiUt nml (tilicH.'m is tin) cmt-lcl Medici nml
puiiilid pi plum all cut in miuj Thn; bhould
l.o Hindu in lliu iolor of Iho tniuiuinii or pal
let mi oil I tut ibi.i.1. I'hn while botly uiiiot,
couie, liuvi' ihci-uuic toluud tiimuiii't;!!. '
I '1 n o (to 111') fouluiil.
A Sketch Garibaldia, the Here.
of
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or
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ol
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(.'ui.-eppo ;Uttii.bl(!i, , lh.0; eo:i)l of. -an
I iMj-inn .fsctiuinu, wns b,orn (tlJiico, July i,
K'.y'G, and wai bhougll up.ji fa! low., ,Lw
(nUicr' cnllirij) . I'Vitj 1 c.'u !y , Tijihi. I'ti
mi.nife,eled . ilnit. . tin jn . cliivhlrotis
piiit whicU l.i,n liaraclL-.Qj ltiiii..lliioi;li
lik, slid ono ol Jna caj lienl i-xploj.s, per
(osnie.l wliilo tv men; boy, w;i'i Iho lavill j
,( n poor woman frout drv.vrin.!' fit, ll-.o
lUk of I111 own lie. Having yono willj
IU vessel 1 9 llio I'np'il &tntct, and Iiecoiv.O
involvoil ill llio troubles in llmt rintirlcr
bo wrts cxSlcd in I C 3 I , nml went lo Mur;
iiillei, wlicnro lio.nindo Tovnjjuj to v:ri-
out porbil aud in ihc ceuiiso of cut of bis
ciu'tics iviiE Iqf'. kicli . at ('oiulnn'.itiC'lili'.
lino Le Bupp' i'Uil ltim.iolf for a wLilo ns
a loudicr. -Ki.l c LinrofLini at Ttinie
nr.il Lefoio lon l.n luineil . tip nt llio
Janeiro, wlifis lie cr.2od u:;succc'jsfu!'j
in nir rcnnii'o puisuitfi. Tlio icvolutica
in Urti;;uny n on ( jiennl (0 lilin a more
conoeninl fiold of nclivitv. 1'iLlin out a
Fin.ill Imtli, vslicli Ilo nnmcd the Mnf isiiii,
l.c railed fur the Iiopullio .hh twenty
cuii'pnnionsi, but on llio wny encountered
two Intii clicH of lit 0 enemy. All cnj;ntjc
mint entiled, in which Gnribuldi wns vio
toiious, thcugli danoiiously wcuiideJ.
DiscnibftiLin:' 0:1 lieutrtil tciri'.oiy, lie
U';ccu.1ed, utter innu::tirf.llij utlvc;i!uies,
after cuptijteK, csctpes, and cruel impris
onments in reaching tho sceiK of l.olili.
lien over bind, and joining nn expedition
commanded by the inturgciil leniUr IJeiito
Cionznlcs, with whom bo fourjlit galinnily,
llu married a South Amnicau wotiiau of
extraordinary energy nn i oevouon, ono,
i . ,1.. i
sccompined i:r.d nidcil by her, be survc-d
in I !io forces of ilo llcpublic, sometimes
on sen and sometimes on bind, until the
cssaiion of hostilities. The:i ho went lo
Montevideo, rind supported l.itmclf by
leaching mAthemnl:cs. When llosns, llio
Dictator of LSuenon Ajres, dcclnrod war
against Uruguay, ho ws charged wilh
tho command of tlio' Hepublican fleet, nr.d
did good ectvico with it thvougout " tlie
coiillidt. Sometimes, however, be fought
in tho ranks of tho Italian legion on land
and occasioualy commanded it. Thu state
of affaira in Italy in 1C13 recalled bim to
bis native century, and with a portion of
his fellow exiles from South America l.c
placed himself nt Iho difpottil of Climlcs
Albert. Notwithstanding the cool treat
ment which ho received from the Sardin
ian King, be fought wilh his accustomed
gallantry in Lombardy until overpowered
by tho Auetritin and then ho took a
a command ttnJor tho revolutionary uov
ment of Uome. During tho ttiego of that
city by the French f.p nJiiionary army
sent to jestoifl tho Tope, ho was slntioned
outtddo Iho vral l.s with ;,2U0iucn, and iu
a spirted cngngenunt, seconej by Aver.
.ma from within tho gitut, he debated a
greatly superior force and took three hun
dred prisoners. Ilo boat, tli Neopolilans
iu two battle; and nfur tho cnp'.uro of
the city rosidved, with bin luttulful of men
to coiitinno llio struggle in thii open conn
Iry. "In recompeiiso to tho love you
may bIiow jour nntivo land,' ho sail to his
troops, "1 olii-r you hungir, thirst cold,
war, and death. Who accepts thece
leimc, let I im follow mo." Wph l.OUU
man he then not out fur"Nnplcs. Finding
limu a ml h tjuiii tho Austibit's who en
deavored to intercept him, yet now r.nd
then forced logivo battle, bo dually, alter
n lilies of K'liiaikably dexterous l.iamui
vers, renchod fun Maiino, and Ihoro, with
only l.UOO men renn.ining, fouud hiniBull
hoiiimod in. ljo would liuvu itecepled
tho nu.ncsty o fit red him on condition of
isuiiouder, but (ho Ausliians wished to
txcludt'd fiom it a few Fieitch Boldieu of
hit command iiud, rulher than eacrillcu
.i i . -t .i ', ,. i. i.
mom, no leauiveu, wiiu auoul lint: l.u
force, lo make by right nnother i libit to
escApo. Though vigorously ' pursued, he
euccetded with about two hundred nnd
uinety men in getting nbonid 'soinu fibh
ing boulsi at CvM-iiiitico, litid oiiido for
Venice, vvhicji was then bjsiogud. U
li'.ik' lleet wan ilcseiiod by thu Aualiinn
bloukading B inttlrt u iu tlm Adriatic ami
ilipoifcu uuing llio night boiro were
eiiplund uml oiheis run ni.lioio. Aroung
the hitler was the bout containing Gari
baldi und hii he'roio WiiV, (ogethl r with
Ugo li.mtii. mid Cieeroitecl.io, Two days
lUel', Anna Guribnhli died, worn tut by
her ia lie rings and fatigues. Tho chief
l.iunielf hunted mid iloMiit uto, vii:h a pi ice
set on his bund, an death lliri iilened to
any ono wh'igtivo him foo.l, or shelter,
mudu hia way nciotm thu piniiisttlt fiom
tho eil;.l coaai lo thu wiit, ninl ' Cnnl'y
leschud CMiieavaii, in, ihu Hanliiiian Btuto
Airesteil mid buiished, bu V'timc (e Now
Yolk ill lu-, iltcliuiil ll public l'eteilloll
whioU nhn oirqred bim, aud ftippotlod
liiaiself by working ;in a- ctndlo. factory,
on ytal.cp Isliindj until, bo, found, nn op
J.orpuwiy oj1 reluroin lo bis old calling
of a icninnn. ' Ilia next few years . were
full of varied hilventurca. llu was stio
eRivciy K Uaxldt Irl tlid racific, 'n military
(illlrer ill l'crit, nur c'lpti'iiri'of a Oe'noesjo
packet. Their. lid liv'dil fiir a while in to1-
lircttint t Kii'i' devfJirng Limsclf lo (he
care of bis childien. ' On tbo bitfikinf,
out of thfl Jt.lllrTti war', ltV"18 I3, o was
invited by tho Saiijinian ioveinmnt to
f or 111 a imiif'uril p;;tOn, which foon becauto
tolebrnte.l nailer tbo unmo . of Cucciatori
dullif Alp;, tit Iluntrrt of tbo Alpi. , Do
lvl d firni Ihc letl ofihp r.rmv, ho icn
iUnl most loiimiinnl eervirea li iho itrl
i.it came throughout the campfcijjrt, .nul
HfiCp tbo 1 JKBCd l.e tu.-ueJ. JllUHLlt in
.M'luenn mid tho other Duchic In -110-mouii
thu UJoveiunU for union with i'.r
ilinia. iul ho pi'olostoJ cnrnt3l)y nou'uut
tho UDr.C.TntioU t)f Suvcy ntpl Iwco to
I'mnce, and when, llmt mensuro was cr.r
tied out lio resigned h in mat in lliu L'liam-
ber of Deputies. Ir'ooii n fk t ward, with tho
hulp of ;ooncy rah-ed in vatiout cotmliies,
ho organized an t xpcillion of about 1,000
men to help tlio insurant JSioiipol'itans.
Lnnding nt Mnrsola iu Siely , May 12,
lC'J'J, rallied gomu of the rcvolulioriirln to
his linuditi'd, bcr.ti e.l . f.nd caplttrod
l'liliifkio. centered ilcavna after u sevcro
bntliovvith General lio.v.o at M.i!n:-:,
and by tho nd of July wns ii)ns,tor of ull
Sicily, (With tho tillu ol Dictator. When
jncxl 1. crossed ovii lo the mam
tho inhabilanli. tl o army and tho civil
t iiliTrs of tho Neapolitan Stales flocked
to fide; the K;ng evacuated tho capi
tal, nnd Gmibnlui made bin solemn en
trance into Naples ou lLo C:h of Septem
ber. At Capita, however, tho rojaUstv
mndo 1 determined stand, nnd tho asis-
tnuco of I'icdioont was requited before
the placo could be carried; In oppoeni
(ion lo tho wishes of tho extreme party.
represented by such rudicnli ns Mnzziui,
who winked him ta push on immediately
lo Roin, Garibaldi m.idTf over his mngui
licenl cottjucbt to the King of but Jii)tn,
nnd letiicd to his little farm in tho Island
of CHprera. Dut even hero bo was cara
cully coucerned in tho schemes for revo
lution in Ytnctia and the I'upnl States.
Moderate counsels soon ceased to pievuil
with him. In Augmt, IC02, notwilh
stanJirg tho decided huslilily ( f Victor
KmaDuul, bo cnibuiked wilh it few vol ou
tlets for Catniiia, on. his way to liomb.
The Sardinians troop received oi Jus to
opposo his jirogrei8, nnd a bailie was ac
cordingly fought nt Afpromotiie, whcie
(iaribaldi, hit) 6on IJeiiollt, and bis whole
command were . taken priaoneis. The
ix-dictator hii.nelf was seriously wounded
in the foot, nnd for a loug time . was
threatened with nmpuUtion. In ihe
course of a few ivontlif bo was set nl lib
erty, and, iiccptin ICG 1, when ho visi.
ted Er.glimd and receive J n.tuoel enthiibi
nstic welcome, ho 1 n, tincu llmt time,
resided ch'ully ut CnpreiM. . lie was ap
pointed General ;a the Italian ami, itflcr
tlio ntinextiliou of tho Kingdom of tho
Two Kicilies; : During the present onm
paign l.c has coiiiioandcd the Sixth Corps
ctnmiiling of about 4U.0Q0 i-.tcn.
t-ISC. i'HWltiD AM) Tavmany Haix. The
New Ynk Kxprcss, in riMiitne'nting on Hiv
ritary .SewurJ'i Tuumuny Hall Fourth of July
It ttur, tnijd i ; "
Tlie littu- of AVcictai v W:w.ird tu Tumiu iuy H.iU
In lull ul' Hit titiiii;;, aud niil bear riadiuif Had It)
ri'udinS. The Sn iilaiy (If wo road lilin rllil)
iu'iiiim now to J ait, body uud hrceclu-s, U'"lii Ihc
it.Nauiua ki.1a.i1j, uud to nil v. il'a llio L'ui.'U l.aity.
II thin he to, It hriiiH him i.t once ti.iU to his eld
Wlilt; tiial It moi'iiitie. In at iuj.'.-1' which. li.nu'Ver
tl.ia l u.;! la minor 111.1 Hull, wot o ulHuyii "buuu,"uj
ail uialtii.i il' lnioiiaui'u.
V ALID Olill'C-Tl"-'''. Koine of tho llUllidll joillll.lU
lil'jei I. to ) uilii ili.U'.uli la Ilia J'lul i.'..t; Ilia (.'ml
vciitltui hei-.uiJO tho Boiillierli licjrflei are not al
lowed to liavo u rcpie.'iPiitiitlua tl'.ci-oln. Th'y claim
Unit they hid tl.ilr fiiiinls-the euly lino -Union
io a Iu lliu Koiitlimiin uny National C'oiivcutioli
that lin y uiu excluded from lliey can not reeouctle
it In Itiiir tiiiso of duty to "a liiii.d and a
luntlic r'1 1 1 p.irlK'iiuiti) lu. 'lli.il'u a valid ul jcctiouV
llalinuau.
.V Wn lN-tui::.v. Tho following iiuoc
dyto U uu'.v current in Florence ;
A Lullcl d.int'i'i- at YiinU'o, whili) dancing at Ihe
theater tin li', had a bouquet thrown l tier, tied
with a ill .1 ."ii in lliu Italian coloi. Klic IhiiiieJi
ulely V.i.--u.l tlm ribbon, y, liit h v'cuCed t iciueiiduiu
eiitliu!.:tm uianiig iho undiruvu. Alter tho per
roiiuance fho waa called to Iho poltco oiVcu, end
ii:irply reprimanded lor thin ael of patriotism.
Slit iM u.-cd in CJjlf by uitylii;; tlmt In hiiMtiK tlio
Lompait uhu had only lo'.luwcd the universal distiia
uu hiicli nccasioiie; but Iho tiiill.oi ilicH wo il.l nut
Ut't'opt this PXctiKO, and told ber that nt (.anther
time shu nil. .aid not kia tlio loiiiiut, hut trend it
uinlor foot. Tlio I'vllowlng eveuiug unotlier bouimet
wah tliiotvn, and tlie dancer, ia eomp' iau. o w itU
hi i' iii.)liui 'Hons, trod iliiiidt r loot, maid fiaiilloap'
pl.lllsp. Tim llbh.ill lolllnl Ihu bouquet W ill, llOW-
ivifr, lln i lime not uil, ;;tieu aud wl.i'u libbuu,
but black and JtlloW- tie loloia Oi AujUia.
[Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune]
The Monkeys in Congress, and How They Take
Their Food—Debate on the Tariff Bill.
WASHINGTON, July 7.
Yotir "rcndcrS '.(ToubtlcM, remtmbtr
boi l''otihlntviuo8 story of tbo tnonkcy in
the "1.1 or lcfenl Gpfdn iif Londei,
which r'sinV lttiis:' '; "Tho mor.licys ' in
Extter 'Cmifo used to bo confined in a
. i i
row of nnrni cHcu, each of vtbiuli hl
ptn in li e einti r of iii fruit tot thu
Icnntil' fooJ. Vifhcn fall tho monkeys wijo
jrrpplieJ with ilulr idesfcs it was obn'rt-
nb'.o (.hit ."efircily any ono of 'them' ate
out if hih own L'ui. Kncb thrust Lis mm
Ihroiijj!) llio bars, and robbed l.istigVlor
lef'. lifind ite't'bor. Half tthnl vftij so
si'iicd was rjiilied mid lost ia the convoy
nnec; t.iitUwhila ono monkey was to ttn
proliinbly tngnf d in plundering, his owl
jaa was (Xj oed lo similar dcprednCioiK
'iho uiinlid kuvory and aUurdily was
sliookingly. human." '
During the greater part of this Wmk,vrbi!o
the tariff ' bill vl ns iu commtttoa 6f tho
whole, tin exhibition of ibid kind ' wan
Miing on in lbs House."'' To re-count all
the cul!los tlmt look pluco in imitation of
ii, 'r... ,.f Vv..i. pi.,. ...A,.i.t
iuw inv.no i .' "i ...ii-iii v.inii v, I'UHIUi
1 1 i i t i t ii i , L
ni'i'-ri lite I.Hr f nn lnnrf T n tllci I.ipI
"' w . '
ita li u:t note r.oticeauic jousis, wucre
pan, were upset and food plundered aud
pu.oa.. nir.- morrm, oi vcimom;
til ir. r :ii iri
i.v.iu p.,.in.,;. xi, . r;i .
"'"v-" v . -
oitinc; tur ir.ggs.oi .cnigun; i nomas.
ol W.I.. nnu others. Having incir mest
...
beforo them, pioccodeJ lo dine out
each other pans, liir iMorriii H 11)0
tal'.ea cue in the mciiRgctic, and has the
longest Ulna Ho is a perfectly houoit
ppecinien, He believes that bleating out
of your neighbor's pau is ihe proper mode
of Inkine; one s looii. . lie woutdu t lake
his any other way 1 Ueing tho patriarch
of the monkey establishment, it in
butiincKH (o sco that cnclt one go'.s bis fair
proportion out of his fellow' nifsn, nnd
dpilU the proper qunniity in conveying
it lo his pouch. i . :.
Mr. Morrill- decided that fifty cents
(on on coal was enough for Mr, KulUy,
I tnnsylvaciA, and air. lhomns, of Miry-
land, to steal of the pan of Mr. Uoutwell,
of Massachusetts. But Mr. Kelley
got his claws on a dollar and n-half
ton. ro he called the whole menngerie
his nstiolancc, nnd 'appealed to them
Bland by (be old prineipio of grabbing
you can out of the whole row of pans,
they voted by fifty-one tu Cfty, that
bhuuld have hie dollar n-half. Luc
ilia Kcrimmngo with Mr. Boutwell,
ihc plundtr was lost and trampled in
dirt. Mr. Coulwtllcan get coal from
Nova Scotia for, say, S5 per ton.
Keliey and Mr. 'Thomas mako him
of I'enn.iyivnuia nnd Maryland at $0,01).
Hut ii cos.ts I'cnnsjlvauia nud Mary land
S3,7j ..to iuiuo and transport it -
Massnchu8etU, Ho Mr. Kelley' conbtitu-
eels bavo robbed Mr. Doul well'.- eoiiBtitit-
tutu of -SI. CO per Ion. but have got only
fettuty 'fivo cefcls into iheir owu maws,
The olhir sovtnty-five cenN is lot lo
monkey community; but they have saved
ii glint pifr.ci; lu the liyll of each' mon
key to stct.l cut of bin neighhot's ' pan.
Mr. UoutKtll all t'uo while' defended
piiiitiple, but was oppoeej '.o tho implica
tion of it ! : i . ;
Wh'lo the robbery wasg'.ing on. ;
Pile, if M.;iiK, who wantetl to help him
self lu filly citits n barrel ou Lcrring,
of tho fcvc'i al ians in iho garden. dicov
tied that ,tomtbody was Inking thleo
cel. Is a pound out of u moss, on chaiu
ciiblu, nnd made u great oulciy about
The thief had. dibitppeaied . (likewkt)
plunderer ), nud nobody cmild tell who
wheie he.' was. , Mr. I'iko proletted
agniiut hnving (j pay three cents n pound
exlra for chaiu ctblou; bo was willing
pay two ccnU, becautc he una accuntom
cd to it, but thrto ceuta was ' gouge!
Ho didn't believe thciu wns a menkoy
tho whnlo lot who would bo bene.lld
it. Mr. 'Mom ill was sure there wto
somewhere. : He might bo in Main',
ho. ruighl be in New Vork, or ho uiight
bu in Bomo other Stut. If there
none, thin ought to bo one, nod
Pike's pan ought to be roLbeJ I'or
purpose of btur:ing n new ono in business.
Tlieto vkw Were itceived withbuch
that Mr. Pike did not evcu call fui
divibion on (ho question. Ills conntiiucntu
are to pay three ccuts a pound' extra
chain-rabies to hold their ships, while
they uro out for her ring, in hopes of
il back by robbing the itbt of
community lifly ceuta n band on
UieyCilih, Il is agreed on a!) bands
llial uu body ia to get tbelhrue cuulnwhiub
Mr. I'ikv's i'ouililuoule lose, ut.ul
RAT ti ' 0 F" At) V t ll'U S rN 0 .
One tolaran oiro Jffaf 'Xl 01
Half a column ono yent - 30 09
Quartet column one year '.- IG eo
Hpoclal IoilcC'i, per II ix - ' ; t
Duniuciw Card of aot mora lluaiix Unci......
Cir"otiK - - ; -'A '. 1' (A iliilM
MarrinRO and death nollr.ea free.-
I... '1
Pt'.r Iiold Lit (oninio, ftnJ
hi . . . . i
wi.k,
t
os
I
ol
1
I
I
per
of
bad
a
lo
lo
all
and
be
in
half
the
Mr.
bey
to
the
tlie
Mr.
out
it.
ihe
or
ono eu lo
d:uinui)d -up to -4ak - it,
eiiniliilo lh rest of th monkey ij ite" to
f08C fihy ceo'lVon 'lUlt ''hciring J ' ilr.
Titei'tt tonililutDla will not gain It; le-
csuso whilo lhy hnre to enffcr A Ur of
f n re e cents ori'Uudr,o,bL nnie, dollar
an'd'a ' lia! on jhtir crsl, Levi ennj not
Ml ira to ctiicii iiening lor less
Mr Thomas, of llnrylaod having dona
n f-ood thing it ei'inpnny wij Mr. Kollcj
of l'liiiujlvanin, in g'lliirg, xfj,,wilb a
dollar rind a half a ton for eg. ib kept gon.l
watch on his own pan, nod whin bo
found Mr. J)fig cf Michigan, maling'a
d:Lvo for twenty, pir celil. oir ieoitrler ore
hii fought rjtttt 6 fuVirjuily'.' "Mi''Aomaa'tf
eonsliluenls uso n vast deal of copper oru
and tl.o want (ogetii hi ciitap ns Ihcy
cnn. 13 nt Mt, Driggi't counl'.tuti.n buig
exposed to a gffod dual of plundering i li
tbo clothes tiny wer.r and tho ' tools Ibfj
woik with, cnn cot n.Toid to rr.ino copper
linliei thoy ate allofcd lo'toT) flic i"r 'pro
portion. iJi, Worrill decided (hat their
fair i,l i nro was fifteen percent., and when
Mr." Thomas demurred and arid five pur
cent, whs cnuugli. La , wis reminded by
iho foutner gentleman thai after grilling
a dollar and a half a ton on coal, bo bad
and this was tho
lopiniuu of A mnjonly of the menagerie.
go luoina6., cmKlluvr)li nod their
CUil0IncM nro tllc(i 0f Cf(ccn fcr Cl,nt,
.,ieir cort)(,, Mr. Drirro.' ronstitu
. a
t,nla do uot g(,t U)0I0 tia 0ve percent.
of -., .hcW niou,.,. l,ocnn,0 '.tier nr
4
g0 unnicrcifuy . cobbed llicrn-cltei that
t1,cy Cftn uot nrruri l0 ,-uill0 corrcr for
what it is worth.
An Iowa member snid that be bad been
accunlomcil to feud in the ohl fnshoiied
way, out of his neighbors' pans, though
be had mifgiv ings both as to the ccenom-
icnl ndvnutiL'es nua tho trood manner
of tlio Ryaiom. His own pan having
been exposed to heavy depredations on
all sides, be must insist on taxing forty
cents n bushel on flax seed ai . part com-
pcnn'.ion for bis losses, -and even then
I liid eoDslituofilt would not bo made wLolo
by a lonz way. ' If ha were allowed to dor
I thin, bo should go for a new system that
of each ono feeding out of bis own pan.
I Mr. Morrill said that Lo bad no doubt
whatever of tho general expediency f
! feeding out of your ncigbort'" pins, . but
I that on tho uuaslion of llax seed ho ditTor
ed iu tntu from (hegenllcman from Iow.
Nobody should feed put of his pan that
way, or (o that extent. The suggestion
of the Iowa member, that be might posei-
bly abandon tho old method of lakiug food
w as looked upon in tho light of nn insur-
rectionnry movement, and Mr. Morrill
was consequently susluiued by a largo
majority.
And so the gsmo went on. Occasionally
l"10t of monkeys would agree to break
owl f l,a'ir cages nnd mako r raid on al.
pans in llic gnruc-n. lNow ana men a
voic was beard suggesting that, inasmuch
ibcio was a given , amount of food for
a'l cuc'' thouhi feed out of bis own pan,
and lot his neighbor's uh nc; but tbeso
Kidiol,wlio wera mostly from the West
wcie put down instanlly. Mr. Morrill
would defend the principles of dining ost
of one another'; pans lo the lust extremi
ty. Mr. 5-lGvcns would inform thnrii that
the idea of eating out of your own pun
was . perfectly ruiptae no mcnagcrici
could exist on any such a mc'.hod of tak
ing food. Mr. Kelley was sure they
would uot ttarve to death if they wero iu
strictcd t their own pans ho could
prove to any nioneky, by facts nnd fig
ure;;', thai stealing out of. each; ollick'n
p.tiu, nud tpiiling half, iucrvused tbo ag
grxgoio niiiouut of provender in the establishment.
tu
in
by
ono
or
vns
Mr.
the
n
for
the
what
uomo
iTfTAit ixohange says j " Two daugU.
tors of John Van Duren wer6 recently
presented to the Princess of Wales: which
is coiibideivd ns equivalent to being iiiltb'
duced to (Jeen Victoiia, ihe Princess re
ceiving all company in the naino of ber
mothor-itt law. It is a pity that tho Vn
Durcn girls did not get to boo the widow,
as that would bavo offered them an op
portunity to "behold llteir fiilher's firat
lluno. It will b remcoiborotl that, when
Martin Van Puren was President, his aon
vibiied England, where be upcet arislnc
ratio ' English prrptiety by dashing
(liitulion wilh Mibi Guclph, Victoria
remembered John Van Durcn until her
memory was clouded by tl'tt burly Gcr
man, Albert, inspiring her with a new
love. Victoiia u now a widow and recluso
in Couit vidi'.eil by tho blooming dung ha
lets nf her old Ibuue.". , , . i,
. llic J im. I. bl villi in an old baeiolor.- 'Kx.
'lime ia u "eokind liuly'' al I.uuca' lec, I'eiiu
sylvaiii.i, who mil liht yon on that .1u..tmn"uiiti
ymii licliilai.i.uf to waj,','- Uubllu Kctfiutu aud
AiUcrti.Al'.

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