Newspaper Page Text
aaaajajpiaawa b 1. 1 M I .Sliewaa urn
A. laOMIS PAPER-Devoted to Politic, SSTo-Vrs, Homo Interests, Mlscolluny, &o.
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO. MAY 7, iet9.
$2.00 A YEAR.
' , - i
KooTUjnri ozuux irrrrta,
HQQFUSD'S sbiui TOE
tbbt cukkd voce
V&THKSS ABO KOTHZIS,
a wJ aaa a an4 raw it II li ia. Tkpa mm
a nn era, a II aii Iia' ar Mrlfcta.
Siseuei of tlx Ildmjyi.
ERUPTlOnSOF TNK SKlfl.
kb4 all W artalaa a. rim
lurvMrrr ru toa
Ofintlaatluw, IlitalMw, Taward Tllea
IiUmm eioo t tha Head. AalaUay
aw ninuw, iinan. u
v waaani aa w IkMMk,
v aVnurtatlaaa, aUato.
a Wmrmwinm at a
l a tha tlHuS, WlPa
talna- of (! U4, Unmod ar
IMf&cmlt Braaiftlna, Plutaeruuf
f Ntntflloi TiU mi
r tha Skis -k Kraa,
B.4d fluliM at Unl, stare,
to la. Ikf rwtaa, Oaaatant Iiaaalnlnra
eaA Am2 DnnHltaar BpHaa
iMmVi Umrm "j t ii
Hooflsnd't Gorman litter
raa4, t MuhM awa
li la a eaaaaaaaA a- rial
SearSe. Baata. M
Treat wkia taaa eatra. ta ara mm
a ra hra1 .a"""". I a Slraaa.
an Ifta HMI f I TtHM vtrtaea)
ara raai JJirmmm Ifcaaa a
aatraata an the arwaaa4 aa tala
a-aaurr aa aj aaa4 aaaraaalf tar Ui
HMaafiMU M afllMM Muuia. TkanM
a ikmbwii aTaay kla4 aaaaTr
la imMiHIi la aUtaara. ataaiM It la
aa aair atitarra taai aaa aa
Ifooflud't Grnuui TorIo
a pi I iina a ayi.i ia a ate MM
apaa raaa laut . Umm, imi, aa. A at aaj
par UtawaMafMBi !,. Minaaipia
Ja u rna fa adt aaar aa
uiMm apa aaMraly liiml
4 W Mm a, af pmnn i 1
Ttmm httmg mmmmjm P f 'a. if I pnthi
aMwlM aUUra an m ii i af raa a aaaa
TXTOXiaa itHmmi mm af aai ata. aaa
naaa. " mmt m tin to ft m mm
aria i . a.aanaaaaaaiBMa af MMM.
jVpy H a aw M 4l
av avaav'aaa LTI W arppH aaaa
m laiaaal tal " a aa
at aap u, aaryv m aka m a r "p'
ataaa. Tay aaa a aaaalniaa altai
rM aahia ta a aaiU4 laraa aaaaUai
ala, a. aaaat 4allaaia
aaUaai. Kaia II II alnpliai mm
(aaairariaa ti aaar aHu an
a a aaaa, aaatUf II a,..aalai, aa ft aa)
af lUai paaalM.apbaaaaaaGUaa aa aa
raoM now. oao. w. woodwabsx
CaaatJaalta. at iaBiwpa Oaart al riaairinala.
rati.taa.rai4, Maak la, Ian.
I fm ' mmtonft iaa a aal aa aaaa
aT a. ai piih, aaa a araal aMa aaaa af
aUik) aaa1 aaaa af ii ana, aaaa aaaaa. .
. ""'1a W. WmWAMm,
HUH BOS. JAMKa TBOMnOaT,
aa tlaaauftaaaOaar. at taaaiiKaat.
JfatL.aa4Mi Aprii fa. lam
llr XA. H.iai
tt.ra.aa Mil M fci.iaa
aaiM la mm av t atlaaaa a
I a a I . a U.a a n n 1 a r Ur.pila.
faaaaanirir Ikaafraaa a ataa raaM mS
la. T.ara, wlik raaawct,
tfkwiai ut. joearn a. EBAmo,n. tv,
Mtav at ha Taath IwM Oaarak. Pkllaialakaa
tra. Jinl-lau m:l aaaa aaa .niapla
i a i ma aa aaa i aalpliail
mJrmi ma ailiwan, aai i aai aaa
aaiaa'i"naai" J aaa
aaaat f aafaiU a tUm mmf aaaaraaa aiaiaMltaa4
a i li al tj aa aaipilia, V immmi Inula fir.
ul i ii Ta Hi JMura, liraa fVataf
aaaal n a i, a in ajtaa mt
mm .wMjt um TMia and
tlaaiilaai W a
aat e -
. a aA
70 1 aal
V awa t li" 'laftr Sal a) aaaa aaa atf
rree ar tka Bltiara, ft ae
ar, a aiPUf Iimi tW av.
ta leala la aal aa la taarl kattlaa, '
aaiHraaXte a cV. arMtaaurp aWaaa
aVal ara mm mm " 4 mmm m aki an
ip,.'l aatlapaaapyyaaaiaw aJtoa a. Ilpaaaipw
fa i fi r l II nMpaiaiaiia
m a.a a. aaJ hi pa; i m aiaaf aaalaa aaa. aaa
. aaa aw
iira ajnawA maoiaiaa avoaja,
-' mim mmvm eraaar, riaa.j n
1 .; . GXA& K. "V1"
t : s i PxopirletM'a -
lanaaeZr a M. lAOUOir Oa
Tteaae BliaiAlaeara Iwe aaile
boa ta a tor-Vi. Utmrn aatat.
Web awriare taw Dukt. Tail
Fata ta tha Eoi. Mdauy
f FapafMralloa, TUaaaa
apaa. a. aaa p
wpj. aajaaakaaia. 11 ia, aaa anaai awainaa
Amm a an I l i.Kii pi iili i, aaaa, aaa aarapaa
an.nti, a aW, aplifi'M apraa
Wnak and Dal'.cata ChlMren tr
aaa. atraaa mw mmtmg Ilia atltiara a
VmU. la Am. aaa ara fatal ir Maai.
aaaaaaaS aaaaaa .aila aaaavMaaa raa
.i i , Im u. aaaaap a . M. JlaaaaM aa
pVA a aa aaii aa,ar a aau., mmt mm
fmm .r.a.auaaja, a nAIlW aaai
anerarf wfevaaa. i i
a. aat pWaaaajaaaji aaaa eraawawi aaa e
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORK-
O. L. H A LL f
TTHOLESALI A ItPTAlL DK1LE3 IN
Notions and Klillincry Goods.
BELL STREET. MALTA. OHIO.
r- BUSINESS DO5CE.02?
FALLING AND GOING !
COATS. PA KTS. VE.ST8, SHIRTS, (Lu.en and FUnnol.) DIUW KliS
SUSPENDERS. IIANDKEKC1IIEFS, NECK'ilKS,
COLLARS AKD BOCKS BOUGHT AT
FALLING AND GOING OFF AT
S Cash Prices! MS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE.
sT'GmHlfl promptly mads to order by First Cln Mkm,and froni
the Itost UHMrtnicnt of piece goo-In ever brought to ihin market. Mnnv
oodaaoM kt lot than cost. T. D. CIIKAPI E
CENTER STREET, JJcCONNEJiSVlLLE, OHIO.
April 19, 2m.
, Merchant Tailors,
Ecll Gtroct. ZtXalta, Ohio.
(loliitnr mad to ordor on
tiifl. All or del aooompanlM ty a ronil)le name will be jironiriUy
H1W. Thin firm i alwayi up to the ImUmiI faabion, and warrant their do
tiling to itand tbe icrutiny of the moat tnntidioun. They keep jkhxIi UiaU liy
the yard or in any alinpe to auit purcliaaera. Ladies' Cloukinp alwaja on band.
Mar, ltt-ly. '
ralnting, Glazing and Paper Ilangiii.
J. J. STEWART,
7t frtfartd t rent ku iutintt u IIua,
Glacier, a4 Paper naaf er. Civ
Two Doors East
All work done neatly,
tS. . BitEWSTEU,
Bry Goods, Notions,
HATS AND CArS.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
tar A SPECIALITY MADE IN DRESS GOODS, -sat
Firat Door East o( tho Court House,
April Iff. 18C!.
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
And Wholesttle and Retail Dealer in
Pipes, fec., iSLc
ROOMS, NonL-weit Corner or tbe Public Square, Weat of Court Hooie,
W. C. TRCIIZE
ea llis f iblto ta call aa4 ezssnla hi
pre i man llialagrpb, rerrotTpaa, Am
bmlypaa, Gcro. Ac, n., whlrk raaaulk
Sill iaaic j auywhara. U ka parfarlad ai
iU(mut .hereby any ea on be aa
oinoJUd with tha Aaaal aT Oil Paialiags
aat pictur. '4 Ii"ti lak Work. Ream,
ever Uoau' Haiiitlar Ibop, in J. C. atona'
huildiagt Caaur kn.tt, a CceosUvills,
STRICTLY CASH STSTEU I
J. O. WALKER
the abortrit tiotlra inj at prtra to luit tlie
film ! Carrlafe !&!( er I
Aim call at kit tkop in
of the Post House.
eipeditiounly and eheap.
W. IT. M'OARTl'
Dry Ca4, Notlaaa, Lady's aad Chlldj.
Bkeas, Aa., Ac,
rHICE THAT ARE BIC.IIT.
STORE: oVceaa'aW oisve PulfcSr,
AVlA wi ff Vtnltr Strut, M" CVaaaaV
KEVI FRESH ! ATTBXCTtYEl!
ORE A T TI 1 It,
Book 8 to r c
We liare jnot retired at4 Orxiu'd
the Lri;t of
vis jtr sn aji k?,
' TJtANMJV TAPE1L
Ert lirutfitt tu n.r.ii, Ami of tbe moat
WiuM. inttici i.i :mcl nu-l'iy from a
t f.MtiM'ii '....hii A ;h,i.. mu' Pajpot
wnirli k will v ii
l.oiYr:iiiiii ir,t:v. tii-. rm:
Our ".lock emhiarr thf lc-.il n 1 f'-
uctt Taricty in the markrt, piirchaned
u i reel Jroru the Menurnrturera, and
cannot be aurpuned fur beauty of
aly lea and 1-cv Price.
.March 19, i960.
ISS9. Iprint Tndt. 1st J.
Adams fe Inliler
bare wall tolerUd Hlork af Irr Oooto.
iircari, yurumiware, Donlt ina Bnnaa, Ac,
? SS ATZT RVitVTSD f2 CIS
Aril t 1.
a. a. vixesrr. w. . visussr.
ii. it. vicc.t av nuw..
rWkt, Watctic, and Jewelry, Hit var aa.l
Pilesc-I'lalcd Wara, Muel lanUaiaoiti,
n.t Mnafartarera of I'ietute lrnm.ii
mliUlH Plli K. M'C nr,lr;i., m.a.
sVabe, .Uaalry ami Mun-l ij..
POST HOU SE,
FRANKJEFFER3 . . Proprintor.
Every ticeommodiition afforded guests,
and the (tabling mar be con
sidered the best.
GIVE THEM A (! A I, L
Swindling the Government.
Bomidea of tbe manner in which
the Government. U swindled is fur.
nieneu nf tn" uevi'.rtpiriH ooti
cvrniDg the Br.Mk'yu Nay Y.ird
fraoda. For fiveyeare th 0,,vrn.
merit ha been ble-.lbv ttiwmi Uroi'.
lya aharpera of unt'iM auma of
money. 1 he tncta concernin;: the
Imildin? of the fjuei pork at Cobb
dock, in tho Navy Yard in that city,
are really startling. Tee New York
Sun elates that in this fontritt fcd
vertiaemenU calhnj for b!da were
inserted accord ine to the lejjal !rm
In all The jiitinctpal parere; and. al
ter the bW i:id S'Kiii T0i:!.f. tbev
were opened by the b.i;n-d -f iti.-p'i -tora,
at'pointe.l lir tt.e .:rp !s.i, and
the conlnu t aweH.;d, tt.r .-entl;. .
to lite l'wxt t'iddcr, Tho livoet
b!d "by i.ny t . f . k r hvtn v: ?!")..
0(HI, ni t'mt, w:m thil"''. M'Ji 1
fetr profit thnl i. -c.u!.l W .! m"
A certain conlrM'l.nr, l.-iwi-c.-r' ii
fcrod tn 1 i It f 'C ISflO.Ofll) !
than the Material ami wor woni i
cot even him. Bat before the con
tract had li ft the burean at Waiih.
incrton it ha 1 grown by what !a.
iiil'-d creeping" to 1355.375. On
the ploa of eilra and tineipected
work, they contrived toobtain aaoc
ond appropriation of $305,500 more,
In a manner knop only to tho
Navy Yapl riiif. I" tliia manner
thi bid ineread of bcinifthe amaHcet
waa Immense; instead of being
300.000 1 1 waa $ 74 1,875 . Not only
tliitt lit oilier lrx amounts of G w
ernment property wore mod In the
work.rV6ryA VitpaUH, (Rad
B.l l.. ll-.Ji-JSl
A coffin maker waa asreil whom
he wet making for, and mentioned
"why. lie ie not dead.. manT said
J . ,
Don't rou trouble yonrae'f," re-
plied the other; "Dr. Coo told us
make hie comn, ami i gutse
knowt what be gave utm.
"Mr dear fellow," aald a
m,r.. . ...a - .
lound Lent pe ao quickly.
"Obi alutply made a In. I
afcle at Earter."
BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE.
BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. London Press on Summer's
BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. London Press on Summer's Speech—The Rejection of
BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. London Press on Summer's Speech—The Rejection of The Alabama Treaty.
LONDON, April 36.
iViemtafiV ! re. wl.k
AmtrUti jUl.IU.IUta Sll.l p. l.UeiallH to
Tbe London papera open tbeir edi
torial pagee with eommente on the
peech lately delifered by Mr. Snmner
on the subject of tbe Alabama claim
and tbe relatione generally eaiatiaf be
twem Oteat Brluinand America. Tbe
wtilvre mpprea the teat of tbe speech
Tbe Star, John Brfgbt'a orgnn, iayi
tbe claim of Mr. Humnrr mi aw
and atartliDa, ao aoW pat, thr tnmt
be rrgarct J limply s roormou,.and,
witbal, eo tiiiexpcli, that If they con
y merely tbe ibmlow of hie initruo
tionn to Minint Votler, he will come
to tlie Fnj;!ib miroili in a very dif-f-irt
nii i(uie Loui that under
which v;n;att Jobuaon, the genial di
ner o it miw nhout to bid atLeutothe
oovrt find KiipU, arrived.
Tbe iSter dc(ilorea the rejection, by
England, of tbe early oeertorea made
by ex-irir.tar Adam for the aettle
hi ;:t T tlliii ticition.
T"iia. .f.'nt fireut it nut, it u ait, to
:i 'pi..- jiuieij loear ot pt ate, n
,n L ln. He hi an iatenie de
t4uiintion of character, butia a weat
ern man without that natural gw!u
which kerrxl Lincn'.n, who, iniiead of
reading, had actual exparienco of tbe
world, rrcdldrnt Crant ha no train
ing eitbei aa a lawyer or politician ; be
i intenacly American, and the I'titire
world ia acquainted with bii rceolule
jiurpo.o. After defending Xngland
from a charge of general lympatby
with the Confederate, tbe writer eon
fee that the escape of tbe Alabama
from England, wai both deplorable and
d'agracafu!, forming the wont prece
dent Oreat Britain eould estaldish for
the future in such like contingency.
The Star eapi-eaRcs, however, its aiuiuc
merit at the ehracterof Mr. Sumtier't
demand for reparation. If Motley's
n trurtion ere couched In similar spi
rit, hi minnion will be fruitleae, aa the
ex'revagnnee of tbe prnpoeitions will
eTiki (h pnMie at onoe. Every one
t now how anxiiuthe Britinh, people
are to deal fairly on the .object; but
Jurtly coneJMr M.at if hi-r erneeesions
are to he merely iired as ttand-pointa
for furthar, end. at prcwt, unreasona
ble demands, Enjrlnd tnnt carefully
conaidtr the j otiil'in loil by yielding
unedvhi-lly, fhealionldextabliah worse
prroedent than tha of turning hipe
on tbe bih scaa, by admitting to dis
cuslon the demands, which are utter
ly untenable, and which ought to be
The Time designate the estimate!
of American damages, put forth by Mr
tmner, as portentioui, and sayiit has
already reached Xl-V,0O0,()O0, and may
in future embrace the possible earn
Ing of alt soldiers drawn from the
Gelds of productive labor by war. The
speech, it add, is worthy of ftumner
and deserves jt Impartial considera
tion. He wants, however, something
more than national reparation from
England, asking for contrition and
pub'ie humiliation. The Times asserts
that in this England is cruelly wronged
and that America has hail no useful
ljfrt served. Eapresaions of regret
I K'nitauceare rvpiired by the trea
ty. Tf Mluie of peace, however, dicta'
led by cori'im r -r at the head of arm
Ics, are found t j Le i incumpered by
sucii erpresivr., n acknowledgment
of mora. In-bility foi these claims made
befurelinnd and would prejudge the
oontroveity and staliify tho proposed
settlement. In tho ovent of an ar1i-
tr ition c ur t "li r l iving Englnii.l rot
i lm'i.l.: t j pity dunine, would 'ho apol
' r jv tn-ir - iuki-11 backf The viewn
. k ;
u iDtier's aagument on these
pointe are futile, unreasonable and un-
Tbe Times argues that the concess
ion of bellige.rent rights to the South
was a simple act and fact, and not de
pendent on the Union bloekade; for,
had there not been a blockade it would
uot have altered the case to any appre
ciable degree. The prevailiug tone of
Sumner s sieech Is characterised as
passionate and remonstrative, and bis
menace betrays a one-aided partisan
ship, lamentable, and roniiog from the
representative of a prat country. Sum
nor, it is said, nukee no complaint
av 'nit France, though Napoleon was
dun' r otis of rnoogulsiug tbe independ
ence of the Southern Confederacy.
It ia alleged that though England is
held forth aa the only foreign power
iiiipticabty hostile to America, it is not
tuomupli tos.y that at one moment
during the war, the fa'e of the Amen.
can I'uiou durenlisl on the voice of
n,V6.,t,tMi tU result.-
ghedoclined the a.nti-st.iitid it evinces
a degree of unfairness, bord. ring fin
' infaiualion, tob'ave this out of U: one
. vUtry En,jUn(J 4u.i protective tariiT-
Th) . js .,u,Ar wUu tnein mwly
, M jiy vo iiiQH.-t injury ob vtreai urn
air, tet atonement be made for tbe
' eflaeulaing Ungaage bfindivlda;
ale, and it will be aeea whetber Ztf
land end America, by the retrospective
verdict of public obinion,wilI continue
the cultivation ef matnal respect,
which la aa neoeaeary as la private re
latione of life. Nations, as such, only
deal in evert acts, and these constitute
merely possible subject for pecuniary
Tbe 8tudard,the tery organ, says :
The American Senate has done more
than reject tbe treaty, aait has given
the world reason to beliere that Sum
ner's speech, which is endorsed by that
supreme body, eoven ell questions of
forelga diplomacy. The English peo
ple aow know what Motley will have to
aim at in hie efforts to arrange the A!
abaua'claima oa tha basis now wasted
awsy. Ia some respects good will en
sue from the candor which tbe Aaaert
can Senate displays. Formerly, the
danger was, that England would step
beyond a due regard for .national hrm-
orand dignity, and allow the claims ;
hut now, when the demand haa aum
ed iU present proportions, tbey will
feel assured that even with John
Bright in the Cabinet, tbey are safe
from the chance of a disgraceful capit
ulation. The American claims can
batdly be described in ferlooe lan
guage, and it terma will not excite in
dignation. Ihiy might as well argue
gainst 4 proposal for American troop
to hold the tower of London u a mate
rial guarantee, or thst the Trince nt
Wales slinulJ !"j sent to Washington
and placed in the hands of Federal au
thority as hortage for England's good
behavior in the future. The policy of
Er.gland on ihia subject is no longer sn
open quention. America haa formally
recorded her resolution that there shall
be no settlement of the Alabama claims
abort of that England shall surrender
at discretion, and submit to any pun
inhmenl which tbe Uniied States Sen
ate, in its supremacy overy the affair
of the world, may choose to inuict ; in
other wor Ik, she hue decided that the
Alabama chims shall not Le amicably
settled, whatever may ensue.
The interval at the pi'ent day is not
long between national hi.'rt a" d bom
bardment. It ia useless to ignore, and
dangerous to forget, that the feeling in
America ia one of intense and unmiti
gated hatred toward Orent Britain and
that war with England would be recor
ded a national luxury, but expensive.
England has not only admitted that
Dturh a war would be expensive, but de
plorable. Under the circumstance, it
is probable that America will elocl to
keep the Alabama claims in reserve,
and await tbeir opportunity for revenge
more cheaply. War is not an agreea
ble solution, though involving danger
rather thf n dishonor, and it may be
better to accept any settlement wnicb
the present administration in London
may hauc made, if the attitude of the
American Senate was lest ridiculous.
Mr. Sumner's speech creates an in
tense excitement in political circles.
At the cabinet meeting yesterday the
subject of the speech waa informally
discussed. Mr. Bright declared the
embarrassment which the publication
produced, served England very prop
erly, but agreed not to consent to en
tertain tbe terms of settlement fore
shadowed by Mr. Sumner.
Mr. Clarendon expressed tbe belief
thav-the actual negotiations going ou
between the two countries on the sub
ject were of a far less extreme character
than the speeches of American Sena
tors or articles in the public press, lie
hoped to find Mr. Motley aa courteous
as Mr. Johnson.
The present administration waa eag
er for a lasting continuance of friendly
relations with the United State.
Mr. Gladstone professes to have good
assurance from reliable quarters, that
tho recent rrject!on of the treaty on
this subject by the Alnerioaa lceiala-
ture, was purely a political movement.
The present administration will en
deavor to settle the Alabama question
on liberal and honorable terms. Out
side the tone of the Engli h people is
enti-Amr riean, and more ao since hav
ing read only paitiul publications of
six Sumner s argument.
LONDON, May 1.
The English press continues to re
view Mr. Bumner's rpeouh on tbe Ala
bama quel' ion.
The Times, at the conclusion of a
long article, rays : 1 be Quenu's proc
lamation of neutrality at the beginning
of tbeacbcllioa was a prohibition, not
an authorisation of blockade runueia.
Thtt only real eil caused by it wae the
lokition of the Ooverniuent toward,
the Alabama in EnglUh porU, which
point would have come within tiio op
eration of the rejected treaty.
Boa-eell record the caw ot a iaan
who had entirely tost hi character
and it consequence cummilted sui
cide a rf im which Dr. Johnson
roprobuted with great severity
fliy, ir," argued Bowe(l, "the
men bad become infamous tor Me
what would yoa bave hint doT". "Do
ir," r.pltid tie face," I would have
h'm unto some country where be
I waa not anowit not to ne ..
wbare be waakoowh."
LONDON, May 1. The First Prayer In Congress.
Ia Thatcher'a liilitary Jo ara I,
ander dale of December, 1777, ra
found a note containing the todea
tical 'first prayer ia Congre,
"made by the Rrv. Jacob Pec he, a
gentleman of arret eloqaence. Here
itie an bistoriral corioetty: ,'Q,
LorJ, oar hearenly Father- high
and mighty King of am, and lord
of lord, who doat from Thy throae
behold all tho dwellers of the eirth,
and reigmeat wita )iowr aoprcme
and BDi-ontrolIed over all tbe Kinr
!om, Empire and Governmental
lpok down in mercy, we beeeeeli
Thee, on these A men can Statea,
who ttava Bed to thee Irora the re 4
-if the oppressor, aad throw a them,
eelvee on Thy graciuoe protection,
dcamn; to be henceforth dependent
oaly on Thee. ToTboetbey have
appealed hr the righteomnese of
tbeir canes; to Ttoo do they bow
took npfor that countenance and eon.
port which Thoa atone ranet give.
Take ttio'n, therefore, boavenly Fa
ther, ander Thy tsartanng tare.
Give them wladom to council and
valor ia the field. Ifefeat the malu
clou duaiK'ie of oar adversaries;
convince them of tbe uorijrbteooe
nee oftboir canse; and if they still
persirtt in au0mnarytporjoe, Obi
let the rule of Thine own nnertirj
juetice, iouoding in tbeir hoerta,
coostrnia them to drop the weapon
ot w.tr from tbeir unnvrved hande
in the day of ha'lle. i Thou prua
ent, Ot.odot WaJrio, utid direct
the councils of thut h ..rille aa
eembly. Enibte tl.mi to eettle
ou the beat aad rurtit louadation.
that tho acene of blood may be
spocdily cloeed, nnd order, barmony
and peaoe may be effectually re
stored, and truth and jusltce.relij-loo
and piety prevail and flourish
amongtTby people. Preaerro tbe
health of thuir bodies end tbe vigor
ol thoir minds; tliowcr down upon
them atd tho million they here
represent eucb temporal bleaainge
aa TSoa eonst ezpedieut for thorn
in Ibis world, and crown them with
everlasting glory in the world to
come. All tbit we ask, in the name
nod tbrough tbe merit of Jeiu
Christ, Thy Bon, our Savior.
A Poor Girl, who bad Juat recov
ered from a fit Of aick neei. gath ered
up her ecanty earn'nga, atd went to
the doctor'a office to eettle ber bill.
Juat at the Joor, tho lawyer of the
place paaaed into the office before
ber on a similar errand.
Well, doctor, aaid be, "I belive 1
am indebted to yon, and I mould
like to know bow mnc.U."
Yea." eaid the doclor, "J atten
ded upon yon about a week, and
what should you ciage roe for a
week'i aervlce? or what do yorfreat
ize on an average for a weea'a ar
"Oh, "aaid the lawyer, Terbapa
ieventy-ffve dollar!." ,
"Very wolt then, as my time ane
profceaion are a vatuablo aa youra,
your bill acTenty five dollar."
Tho poor girl' heart lank within
bor, bould ber bill be anything like
that, how could he ever payf The
lawyer puid hi bill and paaaed out
when ;be doctor tnrnod to the younif
woman, and kindly inquired br er
rand. "I come, "anld he, "to know what
I owe yon, although I do not know
a I can ever pay yoo."
"I attended you aboat a weok?
" What do yoa earn a weekr'
"Ia that alir
"Then yoor fcTl e eeveuty-Bve
Thepoer girl paid btra thunkfully ,
and went back with a lirht heart.
The "One Vote Governor."
Mr. Marcus Morton, tfVIassachu
etU wIpO haa boen appointed a Su
premejudire in that StMe.toanocccd
Attorney General lloftr.of Preiiidont
Grant' cabtaet, iaaoa of that Mar
cas Morton who was fro many
year theataodlng Democratic can
dlJate for Governor of Maaachusette
For eeventeen time in auoeeaa'on
from 18i2 to 1833 he was lb
Democratic (tamlard bearer. In
the lust named yea be waa elooWl
by a majority fit one vote, in a pc,l
of over a hundred tUoueaiid, la
I&10 be. was rat out, wan again de
fouled in 18U, bat tn 183 ho ws
eiecteu isororcorcy tbai)guiaiiir
by cue vowt '