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rriiai:sr, oiiio, fhiday, july 15, isso.
1ST O. -10.
' till I I . eK. . !
w . L I II. 1 I 111' '
,.. " 1
Hiving added to the material of nor o flirt on of
DAY'S MEDAL JOIIUE11S,
- 4hooUoHOt ootortoMotof
HEW SOB TW
Wo aro prprd to oi'rnta orory thinf la oor tioot
m Niiutv Rilli, k , rrocrmme,
illnnil Uiflt liivituliUHt,
Jiliuik Ntlf, C'tiTk,
fa itio moil factory mannrr.
Orders Filled at Short Nollce,
.' AJ w ill. r
LowoBt T o x in f
Tribune Job Office.
' Jtl'Vi'.R A- IlAII.RY. Prinprltor.
ITI. ITIolU tt,
ATT-OUNEY' AT LAW.
Q.nrrnl rolUcting .nb Bnain.ii Agrnlj Foitnri.,0.
It. I,. Uriffith,
Attornov rihI Ciiiuisollyr at luw.
C OOPF.R K. WATHUNi HAM WII.I.AKIIi
"VATSO. & lVILLAKI),
A TT.U li.N E Y S AT LA W.
"1 1 Til. I. atlan.l prnmpilv to all kind i al'trgil batman;
i t umm in timnurMil Kow, littin.OlnO. navi
II. F. UGLU,
;fiini!r'; Bl jck, oppoHito Court Hone. ' Up
tiir-l "Ci y 07 II
J. Ik. 1IOKI),
ATTORNEY AT LAW
VFFICE in Sl.s.hitl'i N.w Dlock, over fl'tiMf".
J btore. K-lili.ll
ATTplU'EY -AT - LAW,
AniS rimriMniirii.c. Accnl. OIU.v with v. P.te
II. Ko'U, Tillii, lll.io. i -fltli-
X-'V. & li."obIe,"
Attornuys nnd (.Jouiimi-IIim-s at Law
Otflc. In HtnKcr'f N.w Block. omoiit. th. Conn
John o. Lt. - ; , Rtl.sai (. IIFIEI
life A; Ilrccr,
ATTOltM KYS AT LAW AND
Nolluili... In Chmieiir.
Rnomi, in. Singer'. Ne Klofk, opnniite the Courl
iiftn.. 'in n . 'ir i. in, np-ir
LKAN Dll STKM. WILLIAM H.JIIHNION
8 trm &"Jo 1111011,
AttoruuvB uml Couiisulltirs at Law,
oKFKJK.m U.IC-.'iNew Rlocll,vn V.llmfj'.flnih
Inv iture: Mrim .trwrl. I'ro'iionnl Imliii... nnii tin
coll.iMionol.il klniitol ulaimi promptly .ll.ntl.il to
I lllin, llro. I7IH. I. sc.
J. J. Stl'IIM'B',
A.TTOKNEY AT LAW,
llnireiumail iba nrii tlc. and will airo itrit t ottrni in
to hII bU'inait oritruld lo bim, tiliii'i in ibo rnrnantt
Kbwrt's Bltk, duartly obovo tbo -t"ro rm of Mr
iiauro 'iajlur.nnd oppo.ito tl (Shavvlikn Uuuao.
, William II. Davenport,
ATTOllNEY AT LAW.
Notary M'ublic, and
CommiBtioiHr for Kentucky end California.
and W.ln.I I'm. Inn.li. Ohio. c,.rL,,
fcOLLECTlON AND LAND AGENCY,
JO.VIIS & TIIOHAS,
Gnr1 Collociinr and Lnnd Agentt, will promptly
ouontJ o tho ctajlaotius) of ail ctuWtu n,ruil hi tftrir
si ir, to hvnetpa. and a.ljotninf 4'uiiniia-. Will alto
ottanil to !!.. win i a loi a.lyic ia naarlnt in Tra
emiitff ouiti hejfuro JtMtlios nf tho Pinr, JVboii. i-h.
tna; to bbr or fell Land orTourn Pruperty will Unrt it
Choir odvoataao toftvou ouall.
r . - s J, V. JONKP.
,r.f 'iV r . . ' . . K. W. THOMAS.
Rcr TO Palmer fc Maitih, Flntllay.
Hon t Bmowni, "
VV. P. ft II. Noili. TitTtn.
Fo.Toa It Co., Fo.ioria.
Pw .v.tMH-f. - -
i "William eLnnj;; ;
a'ttoiiney at law,
General Land Agent;
Wools ieHt.rir.Mr inform th. enblio Ih.lJie heseon.
meeuiU e'lh ii. priciic rr..il"r 4
P.r.on, .mhlng to b l..nn or Town I.oll, will
wn.1 it u Ih-'M ti-antuge lo ei.nnn. hit ok. of en.
Wieloil.osiinn.twi"-I.t"oi Sw.l nd Ihn..
wi.h.n, lo ..llli.ee her. n e...lr m.diuni. b Ir.emg
4.'r.n0nn ol pf.ierif lenti., At. , loi entry.
t f- lire in Hhnwb.n.1. Comnioroi.l Ulnt k.oe.r
"B.le.f t n," - , .
C e.in TOt UAUli WAKRAWTS. j;
- H-JI 'lr ' "
TLoiiiiu. h. iii.Siit-,
... . CIVIL K NO INF KB AND
c o iwt ! s vie ru o n.
Offin la thmhu'l lUocb.oeer the Bank ef Tiffin.
Clock and WTateli-Maker.
AiUui'Uei watcliesauptcouHliuiiJ) oulisud
bst;ire )ii Uoiinsi;ivial Uoty. t Vl
Tilliii,Sept. lVth, It-il. ly
G E O It Fs
C. E A It,
j e . - , pvatoHn
a rlif iB"jnnpM'Orret O 4 '
Of tbo bart o,nn.ntf. A iri(ilv f tba lattrr bo kcrfta
tonrti,r r karnrl, m i (hasfs Fo4ea. That- aro
oU .fW erlw iMti.ha.sW Maittwato MOrO it TtKSr .
All orJr proaitly tio4od to. wiW(Mr
& Ft. Rail
Road. Office of the T. & Ft. W. R. R. Co.
raj he .SJ oe' ofthisijeaSpaari i eein.snanif lee
4t4 to IN ft rt, ntit ho ytni.ii wuoiod.
ia tba 9 ad .tor ot r.mb'i ft orliieptntnf Mao jHd
. 8. HUMIIELD, be.'..
M. MO ALl I'TtS. O. COUt.
McAllister & Cowles.
DKAt.KRPi. roVF..-..nS Manfir Hue., of Tie.
t'on,wr tua.rihawttnjat at... tljoail lb. Court
II. uie, la Mnirei'a nioa
- t ill... AaeilS. IfaH if ' - t
AMlt.Kitroifiootivalv Inrurmelbo pubhe thai
b striker ehoii. a lintniiif ibo t-Kawt.aa H'oet
..sk.a at all taallt. sahnarilM la IT 'sell tab a?a1i C -lli''
'vixkI l."vt,a Him bair -ui.and a lusuriaal shrtiMiniftsj
at r-"eor.-,ttlrMai. Il kri O'.hiiiil nt IUM ano r-
k.MeV.tii..ftLbo.r,oJo ' tM
,ru..- - ' " ' A.
IVcw (fOOl! Srw 4ool!-.!!
! I ( l--rr i lock of Millinarv a ad Fanr UmmIi.
Konnrls, Ribbons, Flowers.
Plomot, t(at, Tolvvf, tfTtrt, l.nrot, TlmKroMor
io. Ttirnd, N Pine, and alltlSa otaett-a of lath
ao o.tabliliaial to which th atWaltoaof the Indie of
itov, cotf mn vicinity iin)t'irtll in it ad Tho
Sin-'k i ni if bos! int:'ty and will be tol'l rhotper than
pan ho boiiffht4owbro. All kind of Milhoor) work
dnRPintSo ttt etylo with .lUpMr-h,.
A bknhilr1 nl ltM fftnkir Mi 11toom.A1a.
fnrtitlo 'ara-,a fnkthokM r.m.lt tKii baa oaor
lOfn t.aievt4 for Bora, Hwnldi, tt.?fU, Koloita,
Bna,i;bapai fcttndeaad oil iheaaea. and injorloa ol tho
Room in Tomb' BtookfOfipoaito tho haw ha a Ilt
THE BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL.
French Pattern Flint Class
rV)HFAI.RMtllf,l P tar H toco To f r tr.
'mm hl, tno rqttr no In-lm Huhwf, 1 m Of vrk
to ra'lrr ittom Att-'t'ifht. I'taoaocall aarf r'PllT
THE (HrtflrV(p v(ti"f tttrn R.'(Vmfc, John
T tlu ntid tiao. R. Ilua, havinatM Ur oinirod
tdo adrin4l liavo ni(tciatd Ibomtrlvoa hvathr
f tho purMo of (nnlianinf I bmtnna of Tuino.
HMtiiit,a.tMlriiM taaa oamooaOmlooa haroio
Tbm ill bo oo intarrnntloti In tho bnatnota aabar
lofirionluotrd, ami tla aaino rulai will bo obMtvod
10 thoptyoifBt nf inlrrS,v:
J moniita nr cool.
rvrtirlratta.ln allrnt pvi-li'f ondvmkpd.
0. ioMII, JlHIV T. til l, K. I!CS
' ' A. ). AUAFII, JwHN GU.1.1U.
H. S. Wenner & Co.,
M WUFACTURKRS OF
CARRIAGE 8, DUGQIES.
" SCI.KlE., tTC, " '
JclTirson St., ncarOvrman Catbo-
lie (:iurch. Tiftin. Oliio.
a riMr.ivhnrik.iiiiiiii.iMnrnii..i.a t
V iih.il In IH h. . rjltinn.r and of th. ninit rinnl'l.
mnier.ali, eon.tmtljr on himl, .iifl prrrrtlr mnrt to
irarr. mr.7. 11. n. nt,nnt.H ty.
r. J. ITIrAdoo,
Ull.!. pmniptlv .11. ml to nit rnlT. .Illi.r In Tif
fin oreo.nirv.in Iminiilerin. to tli. nlHI't.l.
Ptrllnxl.r .ilrntion p.lil In Komiile iti.e.i.i. HhOMr
.ml ('Inn. blh. oonn.rl.d nit) tlir nfl'r., Tn.dlr.lrH
wh.ntltM.nm -nriiiir by himii'ir. f lllie. of tli.
iVr.il tliidgf tV.ra, Tiffin, Ohio.
V Cnrrinsc ITIaiiii
la 4 11 re r,
Ent oT tho Pour' loni, on Murktt Street.
Nn, L. . Allen,
Milliner & Dress Maker,
. Renin n.r F. K . Phnwlinn'. .tor., Mtia .ut.
Ti I n.llhio. liet. l.'.ih. 1H."8 Ora
V. C. IICILIIAItZ,
OFF1CF. In Shswhsn'i Rlnrk, ?,l .torr, Hir.nl
un ..rlli. Tiibnnt Offic, Msrk.l ilr..l.Tiffn,(J.
MKKt'll A NT I'AH.llK.
Jn Det-r In a.dr.Va. Clothing, Clolhi,
llr.l.n.ri, Veilin.i.a i.
Inr.on Muin lirvet, Oi,oiitr tho Ern.es Coanty
JAS. D. WHITNEY,
Wholesale Grocer ami C(nmiidfion
Mt-rchrtnt.No. II I It tt3 Woiof tftrt, rlirfily on-.
ne tin-. 4 tinvKm i H Uonot, fanitutk v, Ohio. Kr-w
est eeaiil aaaf e Mrl.sts, 0s rttpi, Rica, HlRTlh ,H.
r)i)ithiiat nt foin anit C'amllvs, 'I'ta, Cnftt. (.c. Or
tiers for Fi U, Hah, Plat. r. Water Lima, li'nTnt)ut.
' wtochhrg-jl, if, 3-1,
BANK OF TIFFINP
. KlIAWll AN'N NEW BLOCK,
Is now OrptnirA'd anfl .in,'iniM-tl t"
Irnn.ei-l a eeneml H.nkinf bn.in.... Ihl.lknk will
pay lnter.ll nn li.i.n.ile, n. IoIIom.i
S minthi, 4 per ..nt.
E. 110HKF.V, rrai't.
nin.ir A . IIHsriTu, fibr.
(LA I K r-ORrtR k LVTl.t.)
And Cointniasion Mercliant;
Denier inWin.s, Lin.orc, Clear., .norlin. .nil hln.1
lu.eow.ler, kg., Norman Hall, '., aler llreel. Sen.
ilii.k., Illun, , i..li:.,
DA VI S HOUSE.
(Formerly called tin "City IJoutt.")
, . W -TlFHN, OHIO.-,.- . .',
LEVI WEiniCK, Proprietor.
TU p.itlriirnfd deiiro to Infoim all hitfriamU and
tho late pairtMu of tiio Ctiy Hobo, (now tho U
hn oiol ia roady for th .OL-eptinn of ftuakla. '1 tio
lltioa boa btan ra-built, raluroiahoi aod it bow a
aiMida any in tta eoiialrv.
I newbavo tinblinf anoufhtnoooonimodatcon num.
hrolhor.r.oou mlJalwoabav an ibiinnrf ol rated
-r - LtVI WXIltit k.
Tiffin' O. toher 1. 1FA8 la tf
llaainy iiririiNiwiiliv lot tile ta :!url r It tt nit
at W'oosier'et Drui and Hook M re. No. I i-hawriah1.
It In .ai..i OiilMu an in-pariion of hiaatork of VVatohei,
(jksk, Jowafry and Mivr out, and bOioa lo attcrit
nr tri fMitiuti paimnaf.
Hn-tnnff done it tia bo.t atyloof worlinanibip. ,
Ttbn. Jgao j,, l5B. . ,
. SKW MILLIE Kit Y
MISS E.. f . CO J3URN
Haajoit returned from rfew York and opened a
Fi;u. Abkortmknt or Mii.linkky
rnmnriiln. Ilti, C'.pi. Ilvs.l.r-i.e. Ameriennnnd
Kn-.Mih Hl.iwrri, Kml'.Hleriei, Veil., Hmiikercbelf.,
lna, K.l.e li.ir.t orMla, 1 nen.io. klrl.. ko. .
r lie a ill be h.pp 10 wait i.pn. ell hat laecf tier vridia
call. Alloi.lrr. pr.imi.ily nnen.ied to.
On Maiaali.ai, a Ulv i'. Ulocb, Tiflls. plj
W. II. Park, M. I.
PI1YHUAN AND SUlUiEON.
aV Uf, on Mala .Lreet, l.oou Slack1. Illrnk;
T.ltin.Ol.io. a.a'.'7 '
Dr. Franklia In at Uome agiio,
u4 baviujj tiiiiim. bioisaVrf with
Hit. SAMUEL GEE,
wo will oo ill work ofltrmtofj to peoaaptly, tat.
Warrant ttati. taction.
Ur. Franklia oiar bo pormitu d in r Blind thi eons.
ioittty.fa.at hj x)raaco lo Madicioo 004 ouryary
annfe!aj him to llMt d.tntor Taalb ad LsaiQt Miiii
batlki toccea than tvwmo wbo aivlo theruH rtifL itiiui
u, ot wboo eiairo to U101 into u aJu.lhai lab
Sllmruioi haelai rtECAVEn TFETII. IHKKAIS.
Ell tillMH, ne in wanl of AH TIF.t'lAI. TK-TH,
will on wrUlweall at oaroHfue.sau, fi mot Shaw
h.e liou, oa ?.rry at,
r. fftANKUN. SAMUEL GEE.
Tiffin, Jua. 17, IfSD.
TO XIIK 1'LISLIC).
The bnainaei of th lato Ann of Khiivor aqd Hooatb will
ootuWvaaO, ulrod ataad Lf 9
who.rbaiiWfitl for fmvoM pattttv. the cutlniud jtation-
Of.D FRrENDS aud CUSTOMERS.
; lo it joat efiortn o Ui-tfa and wall aelartad
wki. b iU be kra la e Ibw 4a.
I'm .ingle, ye, I'm ningi. I
Thom't none to UUiwr uie.
From tcolding, noise nj buatle,
I'm rurtunetrly free.
I room to suit my pl.ttiir
And do wbaUnr I pleM.
TTith frienJe I while n liour, er
Rveline .'.one at eaee.
I'm einpl-, jret, l ot elngle I
There'e imne wlieu I go out
To My, wltrre ere you going f
. And wlint will you be about?
And friiy when ere you earning?
Or wlicn will you be home ?
And ere yon nerve tired
Of leering me eluue I
0 ye 1 0 yee I I'm tingle !
The houne i. elver of "pui-alui 1"
1 cnt my Umtt In eilenee.
Then meke tny eeetiing eelli.
Or 'fore my eoty fire rreJ
The peix'r of the d-y,
And with my mild Ileeenn,
Tuff enxioty twny.
0l I who would e'er be mnrried?
To women tied for life ? , ' .
Forced to hear both morn end night
Her jewing end her etrife?
Not 1 1 end now I'm tingle.
The will I here it mine !
And merk me for fool, if I
Ever liow to ortnolino.
LETTER FROM ILLINOIS.
HAVANA, ILL., June 20.1859.
Eds. ne: Fifty milce tho
Illinois: river from Peoria, brings us to II t
vonn, 120 miles above St. Louis by tho
river. The pound work of Havana con
sist of sandhills amid rich prairie and
bottom lands. It contains about 1,300
inhabitants (3 years bro it had but 600)
and is tho most eligiblo sito on the river
fur a hrprn and prr.sperons town.
Tho Illinois River Rail Road runs
through tho heart of the plnco; the road
is graded and the Iron on hand and will
soon bo laid. It ia the county scat of Ma-
m Co., it principal place of trade and
commerce and an almost incredible
amount of wheat and Corn ro shipped
hence every year.
Anob'0 brick edifice'
aituated upon a commanding eminence
accommouaies mo varioua grauo. oi
T'Iia Vu'ldinrra rrAnerillv ere anbatnnt
, ., . i , . . , . r
of the first class,. nd equal to those of any
piace oi its a ao r.nst, or t ci-t.
The wintor. are mild but variable, and
. . ..!!.
the fummere much longer than in North
ern Ohio, enabling the den'rens to ruHi-
vato the sweet potatoe and other esculents
that will not mature in higher latitudes.
Our farmer, are now in the miilKt of
abundant harvest and the prospect for corn
ha. perhaps never been enunled irven
A more beautiful s'ght cannot be seen
than our almost boundless prairies now
continuous aea of golden whot relieving
eye can reach.
On our levee yesterday I noticed a very
fine Threshing Machine and Separator,
manura tured by a firm in Tiffin City
one of cur farmer, and if its appearance
ia not deceptivo they will have further or
dera from Mason Co.
Our farmer, use more Machinery than
in Ohio; even McCurmick. reaper
amongst tin things that were being
slow, end wheat is now almost universal
ly gathered with Header leaving
straw on the ground for manure. More
Who are the Sectionalists!
The PitUburg Gazette, alluding to
surrender into the arm of the Democracy
by Hon. George Eustis, Jr., lato M.
from Louisiana, lays, "That' the truth,
and Northorn men know it to be ao a
well as the South rn people do. In
last Presidential campaign, the fact that
'Southern men' held the destinies of
Democratic party In their own hands,was
denied as often aa it found utterance;
it is till denied by a few reckless politi
cinna at the North; but it t uth is now
unquestionable that but few have
hardihood to deny it."
An accomplished, scholarly gentleman
of tho ion fen like Mr. Eustis, will
feel comfortublo his new associates;
he had better remained neutral in "the
arms of the Banker's daughter be
espoused. He would not have been
l.- a . t r J.. .1 ...l a 1 1 . .
inoii.ot. uo.ioj. .110.0 woo uuu 10 prove
their oxen" who plead such s handsome
and wa regret ss much the
thut he thus throws himself sway, as
disapprove the reasons he gives for it.
But here they aro:
In the Presidential contest, where
field will bo occupied by the Republican
ana JJemncralie lorccs niarslisltid in battle)
array, no Doul hern man can hesitate
to hi place. No son Of Louisiana
his banner; for, whatever orrors
the Democratic party may have commiul
ted and it undoubtedly has many to an-
swer for whatever inconsistencies it
have fallen into, toe mu.'f bear in
that Southern men. Southern
have ru ed supreme in itt eountile,
BAVt 11 LD 111 DL8TIX1ES IX TUE1H
may have commiu
A Tomahawk Found Inside
The Messrs. Gibson, who own a saw.
mill in tha meichborhood of Caledonia,!
w.r. .nrrad . fe ir.
"BTf . -v--e-. :"e
pine log ol snout two Ic-et and a ball in
diameter, when an uuu.ual scrcechinr ofi
the ssw attracted their attention. They '
esaiuined the cause of Uie noise, aud found
In Uie center of the log an Indian toma-j
hawk. In tlie eye of which was a piece of.
rotten wood, a part of its former handle.
The log was otherwise perfectly sound.
Position is something, but not every-
thiniT. The eves sre iu the rear of the
nose, but can see much further thsn it ran
smell...... y . , . .
a Sawing. More of the Great Balloon Voyage.
; ent. Col. Hun erl'ord presided, by whom
..... . . . . ..I , . . ... I:
The Buffalo and ether paper of Wra-
tern New York are alive with account of
the lato balloon exploit of I'rof. Wi.o and
bis companions. The HufTalo Commsr-
et'aJ Aivrrtitrr learns from Mr. Hyde,
on of tho passngers In the "Atlantic,"
that the night after leaving St. Louis' wa
passed without special Incident, the Toy
ayors all eloepinjf comfortably. At day.
light of Saturday tnorning they were over
Fort Wayne, Indiana. At Toledo they
wore within spcaWng distance of thcoarth
.nJ Mm.l.n.vn . rma .hoiited 1 1 itinm
and people on Jen fi ma shouted l thorn
"that s a b g Like, "that I.tke I.ne,
don't go there, you'll get lost," A.C
people appeared, vary much excited and
alarmed for tho e.f. tv of the vovatrore
alarmea lor tho aatUy of the Voyagore
apparently ignorant of who they were, or
of tho purposo of their mission. At rsri
ous Puiuta tho fermer along thoir course
would catch a climes-of the balloon, and
frequently tho voyager, could hear th. ru-!
ral swain eill to his sponso to get up and
see the wonJorlul s glit in tho lioavcns
They describe the effoct of tho sunrise,
. . .
when they approached Lake Eno, a, grand
In the extreme, liny could not find
words to express the sublimity of tho grand
panoruma surrounding tlietn.
The Ulica Herald give, the follow ing
account of the d scent:
"But a trrific nrril now appeared. The
balloon rushed into a thick forest, and
tearingdown trees and breaking branches,
r.,, I - -.wl., in.. r... ....... i r
. nil. mil . i...irj.m ., !...
of the car to and fro again.! trunks and
limbs, until I
utii i it ant h ciiiLr i in mi nrr
.. . '
I at last it caught in a tall aye
smore, and the silit was rent Into rilibons!
when the apparatus at onco came to a halt,
leaving the v., yagers suspended thirty feet
in the air. Mr. La M -ui'.tiine waa slight-
ly Injured by striking against a limb, but
all the other, reached tho ground in safe -
7A number of farmer, had observed tho
v...n....n ..,.!.!.,- .1 . ,i.
of course at its lending a er..wd had col
lected. RefnahtnenU were supplied to
the vovsti r. and everv eourtesv and at
tention promptly paid ihem. They were
aiterwaril. takou to Aduns, wherj they
arrived about aix o'ch ek. .
Tho excitement in Adams upon learn
ing of tlij arrival of tho distinguished voy
agers was intense. At first the peoplo
wero incredulous they smelt a met .'or
rcmcnlD"l1a " on .tonus a,o .oiwinn
, .... j.j . .... .
io see cicpiiam. or any aucn son ui am-
,. i,, ...t,n Mr. V;. i.m.li.n.l ..,!.
uole St. Lou I papers
ia i ai j ...
r. i ...i . .. :j .... . i -
, - ,. - , . .
.no iiuiin oi tnu tow u. nil iiuiiroiii I'tti
. mpcting wn clllM M Sliund(.rb.,ll,1l,
At least eight liunSred p oplo wero pre s-
, ""i"' " 7" '",r"" V"u lu
i l"l . .
. Mr. La Mountain rrn.,!nrd with thebnl.
...:.u .v. u.J'r
n.ng f ir tho east,
per and lett rs, dated at St. Louis tho
'd.in,l .t Mr I .mid tlin
clay prtvb.us, some of which havecro this
been deliv red In New York.
Tho highest poirt attaln?d during the
v. yage w..s a little over two miles. Tho
g.is at tho st irting. Tho balloon was tho
one coimtructed ut LansinDurg, and tlio
voyage was un experiment preparatory to
a t ip across the Atlaut c. The aeronauts
aro well satisfied with their trip, and ure
conlid ntthcta-rial navigation for great
nances is entirely pructical. Tho
trip cost Mr. Uager alono somo two thou-
Watcrtown (N. Y.) paper ays:
-Wise and Gaoer at the timo of our In-
teniew were in good spirits, and wero
t'reo with thoir jokes. Prof. Wise .aid
their paasenger, Hyde, of the St. L'.u
Republican, not panicky while passing
...J I. ii,,!.,... .,i l. ,.i.:.(,"
in aiiguih,"We are gone for it I" Wiao
i..i,l 1.;,., A., ,.,ii.. u.i...r. . ...u.,
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aiou, wnetuerin water or on land." "Ao
you it may not," said Jlydo, "but had
rather dit on laudl"
Prof. Steincr, acoorapanied by C.
Ttrown. nf Lnelrnort. N. V.. made an as-
cension from that nlare on the afternoon
of the Fourth and landed at Cold
.... ... .
tlie earth, but was not injured.
A Tale of Unrequited Love.
aB . i"- .nuu u. " o.. .....n
" tne Pettiest ofdross, aud sohasthol
'",8' ,to m,ko a very plum girl look sb
lutely charming, bhe never pcrforaud',
mav:B"u' rmm, anu uie oniy ornament
The editor of the Eureka Unioa relatea
! I10 he once fell in love and
We were never, kind readers, "desper
ate in love" but once, that wus with a red
no, auburn-haired girl with a freckled
compli xion, and who had iut few pretcn
sions to beauty j but thou she hud such
really beautilul eyes, deep liquid orbs,
through which her oul, in luomunts
tenderness, looked out with s passionate
fervor, and in Jovous mirth flashed and
sparkled with the light of a thousand
sparKica wun tne noni oi a tnousana
diw-drops diamonds we were going
; ,uv' Dul we nevcr euw wioussnn oia-
nionas. iter name was x.aura wnien
nutii on-tiii;n .uiu;t vj . .ny .u..i.'Ti;i
Is a very sweet name and her clear ring-
ing laugn leu all around yon, like a snow-
cr of silver bells. Moreover, she word
' wmeniuicu m m., i . nu
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u,tolT 6,'Vm,nf: uev" P;reU-d'
iconsistenciesitmaviBla"',dbr"''' nd the only ornament
""r " ua"K ule,r " P-'u".um
.e Kt I ttla eil.ilsk hsi.rl aarltlk as, ...!
on the little white hand, which needed
' none, was a plain gold ring, sacred to the
"""""T of ""!" proi'iiee. Well,
summer time we sal alone ia the porch
by the cottage door,
svhitaa hand in a Mtid.
h.d .t.,i,.n .rnonrl l,..e ,.i .nd . ..i.
song of joy, "l.ke the musio of the night,'
i, ii.. .nd l,.n,l.,. ...niu t..
wss in bor soul. Our lips met ina aweet
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ear, we Wlusperea a tale or passionate
duvotion wa wouosed. In a moment
she tore her hand from ours, and witii
look of ineffable scorn (he said, in a voice
trembling with oppressed rge, Wht,
marry an editor I l'ou git out I"
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Ex-PbuidextVai Busex. Tbefaup
nal noli era that Ex-Preaident Van Iiuren
was recently in Albany .looking aayoutli-
ful as he did twenty years s.'o, and re-
marks ''Mr. Vn llurcn is roaniiiL'. in his
old age, the fruits of a wellregulutcdeur
Greeley's Last Letter from the
Mr. Greeley writes from
D (riiign, UnJer d it of Juno 9th. Wo
g vi the following extract from his let
THE ROAD TO THE DIGGINGS.
R'ti'hin? Clear Creek, fnronnrlv Vee.
quer'a Fork) a cold swill, rock-bottomed
stream, which eni-jnn put above a deep
union oniion irom UIO IVICiKy i.UUniainS
-wf left our wsfrone, saddled the mule
an. forded the creek end it wee all nttr
mul-s could Jo t'j stem Its imuetuous cur-
rent ascended a jrentle elope to the foot
Rocky Mount tins. The hill on which
we W)tr,'lo mRk(, onr fiftt ,n olim
!., t M , . hi , , , , Klin fi,, i . i;.
tie more than a mile, tho ascent for most
' of distance, being inoro than one foot
I 1 n0T0, b,,fure ,w lojm" furc
lpJ up iuch prcr;1jc(. yet iero were
wajofis with ten or twelve hundred weight
of mining tools, provisions. &e.. beinir
.drawn by four to eight yoke of oxen tip
'!h, B'ddy precipice, with four or five mon
aR, mZ'to the .M nt U
hour and a half. Our muloe, unused t
i'ueli work, were vinibly appalled by it
I V nrl,t thrT resisted every effort to force
ithem nn. even b oirrv.ft. M fnmmn-
,,( wnlkdi'bllI wh lnini
to ride. i . mui.,. !.. a n.
was stubborn but strop?, and in timo bore
ma aafelv to ilm mmU
Night overtook them six or seven mile.
from the diggings, and they had to camp
BUU'V.1,1B .overifv then, It i. n di.o.r..
Ty 6 o'clock, we were again in the sad
dle, and pusliini? on, over a at nv hut rath-
t l' el table Innd, which rxtemled for two
"r xurc mil"' thickly covered with young
.'""J' 'Pns to our next ravine,
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ulnnfM tlin ..n.l 1. 1.. I- ..n m
,." , , -
; t.ho"1,low" a v," pTll4"y "'''P
on' ,0U C1"r Creek-be.i.g as rapid and
kr-bottomtNl as where we cr.ed
thay before thirty mica below, but
, wl,.hl. "''J ono-tlnrd tho v ilumn of water,
iso Hint we rro.ud it easily without a wt
f"ot ,.A li,f,,, n,n",'J '"niing in Ir. in the
west directly st the ford, with It. natural
tratiSraecney chang-d to milky whiteness
by the running ol its wat"r thromrh .'u
c. s n which tho process of gold-washing
was foing forward, giivc us assurance thut
were in Immediate proximity to the
new but already lumuua workings called
after their dinoovcrer, "Orcjory' dig-
Tlie little brook which here loine f'lenr
Creek fntn the west, start at tho foot
mountains thren or four milcst tlistant,rd
runs in a usuilly narrow ravine between
tfep hill, from 60J to 1,600
loot h'gh. It I. hardly worth a nam-.but
I'.tt- ii iii. it to u ruiv worm m nm
inai OT "lioiiion r ur nn occn Utiov-
I I'rosnecting I actively going forward
every direction, and vague reports of lucl
hits or brilliant prospects aro started
this si.le or on that, but I hnve not been
mcnt to tho others to say though mining
i is carried on at various polnU within
t..J:. ..f.l.l ,:i .. f.. ' .1. . ,.r
- - ' ',' ' - ' -L-
of 'Ai.n 3m the Rociv Mounta ,.'
S x week r... this ravine waa a anil-
. tude, the favorite haunt of the elk. the
deer, and oilier shy doiiiien oftho pro-
foundest wildernesses, seldom Invaded
tho footstep of man.
HOW THEY LIFE THERE.
which sweep the mountain-tops.hcregrows
to a height of sixty or eighty foot, th.
usually but a foot to elghlo -n inches
d sm. tcr. Of theso pines, log cabins
' constructed with extreme facility,
probably one hundred aro now boing bu'lt.
Tin y are covered with tho greon bowlis
of the pines, then with earth, and bid
to be commodious and comfortable.
rp, . ,, , , ,
. .i ' ,i
which; sheHrit J"",,
J"' V10 entlre P"P nof the valley-
which cannot immbi r less than four thou-
,in1' noludmrj five white woman, and a
,'n "I"""" llv'"Pr w'h white men sleep
thorn, or under booths ol pine bou;hs,
cotikingand eating in the onen air.
d"ubt thn tll,''rc a? 3""? tahe or cn,ir
mm uiriu i. an tri s tauiu or ruin
.edigglnp.,e.tingb. ingdone around
, spread on the gronndT while each
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irentrlcted to a few staples pork,
, bread, be.n. and cofTeo f.rrming the
.n.t ..ri.i. .li... ..f.K. .,. . ,in..
' a meat-shop has just boeu establlshe'd.on
, oim or tar-it r.oiVK Imvn Lmin Hrivnn in
mora would be if they could have boon sub-
sisted. lint these mountains are mainly
wooded, whilo the open hill-sides are
dry during summer their irrass is
scanty. It i melancholy to sou so many
lover-worked and hall-starved cattle a
met ts or passe iu this ruviuo aud oo
PRICES OF PROVISIONS.
i,ounu, ougor uit.u.
Corn is &5 per bushel in Denver,
scarce at thut. Oats sre not to be had.
There Is not s ton of liny withingtwohun-
dred miles, and none can ever be broutrht
hither over the present road st s coat
low $40 per ton. The present shift
humane owners Is to her 1 their oxen
humane owners Is to herd their oxen
mules on the rich grass of the nearest
'prairies for a week or so,l. tting them tub-
sist on browse snd a versr litt e crass.
iio-n sena uiem town tnemountuin again.
This, bad as it seems, the best that can
done. Living of all kmjs will always
dear at these mines, where American
a-lour ia now seiung at too ran oi ifi
j" - r uuri,auuu woim ooo
WHO ARE REGARDED AS OLD SETTLERS.
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. "l.T" i thi. J..- fcatllT
The influx cannot tail short
k"Zm " ' h;. hl.
WJIeJD art ty CIV ! rul lACU BI UU'-W '
, hundred per day, balanced by ell ux
i " ."'0U' tliat Rooky Mountain
1 Boli-niiuiug i. one nd bumbul: Some
htfre proscted two Jr hre.
weeks, eatinrr UDtlie rDrov aions.wearintr
weeks, eating up their provisions, wearing
?.ul. thuif -jt-nd findinj oothiiig
I Others have worked for th more fortu
nate for al per day aud their board
i ,, , n, , t,:, t
I"1' mll"11r ' "l" l'v'nSf considered,
THE PROSPECT FOR NEW COMERS.
And I feel certain thst, while some
perhaps many will realize their dreams
of wealth here, a far greater number
expend their scanty means, tax their pow
e.rc of endurance, and then leave, scoured
heart-sick, spirit-broken. Twenty thou
sand people will have rushed Into thisra
vine before the first of September, while
'do not see how hsif of them are to
! profit iblo employment here. Unless,
j therefore, tho area of the Aigjpng shall
m"nt me be enlnrnedif which there l
no as.iirinre I rennet imiHnrhnw half
the number are to sub.i.t here, even P
in.i rwr.y e.iinVinoi " ini-r wiui.it
and Connequent'y of all other R xky Mmiii
SEES A BIG LUMP OF GOLD.
With th rfiild ju.t wrested from
Perth still glittoring In my eyes and one
company n is taaen out to-uny, at a root
mv,i man ro, iuiiiu tou'ioil.i'O
'n, f quicksilver) which look like
eteel-vard poise,and ia estimated as worth
8M0, I adhi ro to my lonij-settled couvic-
' ' nott t j outri;ht and Indinputa-
1 blp tniblin!T. the hardest (thou 7i aom.
, lil quitko,t) W.T to BuU,n K0, , ,,
'to mine for it that a pood farmer or Mo-
chan o will uully mako money fast r by
'sticking to his own business than by
"ortl"8 11 f"r r'iflnK ld that
,en who, having fa.d insonieolltor
ol Iter pur
,u'ti calculate, on retrieving hi. fortunes
by gold-niinln,i, make a mietke whlrh
How the Rattle of Magento was
Won--Generalship of Napoleon
ou" woum uitomii to cross,
On tho 3oth ol May tho Emperor Ns
we poleon, with his wholo army, commenced
moving to tho north, stopping first ut
Casali . Thus fur tho Austriuus hud no
reuson to believe that tho plan of cim-
paigu had b.-cn chaiiied, for theV Could
ru" u J 'cy w aited. Uunt-r-
Noil, however, as w. II llaraguay d'JH
gener.lly I-rs, hsi disappeared auddtinly, and ai far
fift wasconocrned.notraceof him
On th ltd June, before the battle of
'Magenta was fought, Napoleon telegrarh
. to r at
Wo aro n.vtiiviiiir tho Austrians.
We aro dccoivina tliem resjeoting ou-
lin ot niurch. V e are crosinir the Ti
(no n(l "bot ' dvenr upon Milan.
We therefore, be able to ehooso our
lown field of battle Pripart for a tri-
Mmph and our miry inio tht VoyitaloJ
How ho deceived them Is Iliu3 stated in
a Paris letter: .
Hi long delay at Alessandria waa to
org.uuto purlcctiy his army, so
, ... . , " . ,i .
that notWItliKt itlllllll, ltd n.tlHl Kii L I
cuu J bo u'uV,!d '""."'J' l '
"etion, u.or.t.vcr, by Co ll.-ct.iig hi. army
! "'rlt'' "d "''!!', d'r ;ct.on ol
MonU bello and Ca.tebollo and Ca.tegg, ,
aUarg advance- pouU, he constantly uuiii-
taineU tlio Idua lu tho Auilruu camp thut
ho was going l0 .tt,.ro)t . croM ,, riv.
'" Loiiibardy, bi low Pavia. Tho se-
qut'l proves thut the Austrian, regarded
this as tho probable pjint at which Napo-
"ot toll whether this movement wus a
vwuiu hu iuuhu 17 mo iiuiinaii!.. uuii lie
precipitately, scrorly firing a gun.
On the 1st of Juue, the Euineror had
formi d his junction with the King atill
fkirlh r north, ot Vercclli. Th i ad ol
Junt. thoir Maie.tie. w.re at Novara..tilJ
further north with tha bulk of the cm-
binetl armuia. It wa now evident U the
All. tri..,,. Il.nl tin. V. nr. I, ..... .l,:n
V, . . n. n.t
road from Movar. to Milan and they com-
menced, too late, as usual, to recro.s the
Ticlno, and runh up on the Lombard aide
of tho river to intercept the crofting at
Bullalora. Napoleon, in orderonce more
j to deceive them as to hi real designs,
mad i a la.nt to cross the bridge ol M .gen-
ta, and then ordered the corps of Oenrr
alN.elto cro.a the bridge of Turbigo,
whll;1 I'" dlu " 1,10 8J l un "day.
The Cass Concession—How to
are It is curious to witness how chary the
and I),'morte press i In defending the hu
rt n,llatiiig position of the Adininintration
jn the Kuhjert of American citixenahlp.
fair T,, P"1-' position gives the lie to for
A A mer P'" special friendship and,
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and out II 'rods the most ultra Know
Nothlngism in the hcy-d iy or its Inlet
triumphs. Democracy has boldly taken
the lead of Massachusetts, and in endors
ing the disgraceful Csns concession,
yields all national self respect. Foreign
. , .. , . . , , ,
deapt.ta aro invited to help themselves ta
J-l'tod American ci lions, under certain
rirrnnialinnA. nt iui
circumstances ut will
Illustratioiib of the workintr of tho doc
trine of protection to naturalized citiiuns
' ulJ duWn hyS.cretary Ca.a.uiilorluiiato.
ly. aro not wanting. The Cincinnati
Enquirer (Democratic) status that a man
V,r "crvicn iu uiu arntj wi -rjuur.iH.
iir.i m . n
i ''""'"' 1 uo ""lur uy '
Twenty-ono years sgo hu left hi. na-
tive country and cumo to Cincinoaii,
ho located, and soon, bv industrv
and economy, eaved enouh monoy to
purchaso some property, which he still
owns. After a residence of a sollicieni,
length of time ho became naturalized,
amTfor twelve y -ars i-iijoyed all the pri
vileges of s citizen of the United Stales.
Al tliia titnn tiA tlt.tnrni ! find In ...l.trn t
Prunaia. nartlv unon busineas. and nartlv
for the purpose of visiting hi rolat.vaa,
jn. arrival his e.Tvico was claiinod by th';1
government; he wus imprison d snd
compelled to perforin military duty for
mm,..ii..,l t.. n,.rrr,n iii.ro J,.t
the space of time wo have nam.d, all
this tune having a family audownin raal
o.it ; ti.ia .ire .
A Touching Incident.
on to aing. I no song lie selected wit
the "Snow Storm," written by 3oba,
Smitli. Mr. Dadge, b -fore singing the
l ""(:. nwrated the incident to winch it
At the M utouic Festival in Medina, on
, Juno 24lh, there wa a Uauquot in the
cvuiiing. Among thosn present waa Os-
-iau r,. ijouge, who, oi course
Ireland. Iu the year 1821, Mrs. Blake,
with hor husband and child, were cross -
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i'"K 1118 fllouutaaus uunng a .now
lost thoir war. When die
some persons Lu search of
llluke wa Iruzoo to doath,
"l M'. Y'a. t """""i N
"'llu':" .1 ".uwt removing wuicn was.
found a bundle, which, when unwrapped,
waa found to contain the bahe alive and!
well, wrapped iu the clothinir the mother
.naa laken irora nor own poison, wnon
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utaea up cuo cuuu louaou luio ij). lace oi
its rescuer and smiled.
During tha singing uf the piece a gen-
tleinsu and ladv iu the audience were)
deeply effected, aud wept copiously. The
of tlio audience sympathized
the couple and wept also. Too gen-!
tleman wa the Hon. IL Q. Blake, ton of
her who bad perUhed in the snow, and
brother of the bubs, and the lady was his
--... . , .
A handful of common souse Is worth a
bushel of K ami'
The New Democratic Gospel.
againsi ino worm, ijos your nomocracy
dowhat it will, our poople will never con
mistake sent to see thair fcltow-citiaens prsssed
; into Uie navy of Great Britain, noriiitothe
mending cuut'.on to our n.ituraliz;d fcl
whero low-citizen," "Jurisdiction cannot
Ti.o l.t n.nni.n,r..ni., r o .
Cats, on the att.tud" of our Uovernmrnt
.VjWSld lie Datura sed ciliXet.S ehrond. he.
coint . nior. unsatiaUc:! ry, tlie more it is
traiiutory Htate paper, (if it ia worthv of
i.ts.iv ibuii lunril saute sH-i 'run.
oemg a cnihed by such a name) his been
solJoin eon. Al'eudr we observo two
or tiree wholly dillorent Int-rpn tatioos
to it. The Hecretary appears to
have composed it und r the il.-ubl. iear of
tho odium wliich his former let-
U-r to Li Clerc had brought upjn him,
and of takiii a strong and decisiva posi-.tJiddtng
tion in behalf of Anviricen n.ttionality.
fears operated to pull him in th.
oppo.ito directions, and the ron.rablu
Secretary, never, in hi. palml.wt dy.,
for clear-headed n ss, boom
hopelessly muddled and mixed up in his
intelloctu.il apprehenaions. This is doubt-
less the key to Hist queer nvx'u-e of as-and
aertiona and qualilicatious of timidity and
tergiver.aliou which ch.iracterix tins re-'atril0
But, however d..ubt.ul the aonso of hi.
may appear on a first reading, on.
thmg becomes pirf.-ctly clear on a search-
mg review, v i: Mr. Lass holds that all
our naturalised eit Xens returning ta their
nativo land, revert to ths condition which
stitched to them at the time of thoir de
parture. Ho .band in. t iem, without remnnstrsnce
.nd without TL'morse, to the
ruthless doapot'sms which claim Jurisdic
tion over them. Tho utmost claim in
their behalf as American cit sent which,
by tho most liberal construction can bo
got out of this luttor, is that tliey ar.
liable to any duties or pmaltio. which
haveacorued siajc tli-ir em gralion. Who
ever pretended tint they were I Is it not
the laws of European tyrants, rr.a'lo aincn
our ft reignborn cit se us came her of
which tbny stand in jeipitrdy; It ia the
laws which ex stud st tho timj of their do
pnrturo, and which their former sover-
e gns are str virg to enlorce sg.dnst them
lly those lews, they owed military sorvico
to tho gavorninonl; the irovernmont now
seeks to revive those laws against them,
to r iclaim their lost all -gianco, to ignore
their rights as Amo.ican citizens, aud t
press tli m into it army as soldiers. To
this audacious claim mado upon men who
aro as much c t tons of tho Uuitod Stat
ss Mr. CjSi himsulf, and who havo visited
Europn on a im ro tvmtiorary soiourn, with
'he full purpose to rota n, our Djmocrutic
S -trot try interposes no objoctionl His
m igiianiinousdoonon of American national
ly against tho crowned heuds ol Euroni
goes the fu'l longtli of tho following sou
touce: "Wh. n no personal liabilities ex
iat ugoinet thein at tho period of their em
igration, tho law of nations, In the opinion
of this government, gives no right t any
country to interfere w.tli naturalized Amer
ican citizens." Most brave and chival
rous SeoriUTl Astute and original ob
servation,! Wonderful, remarkable dis
covery! isocb itir. vass nnigine inai our
toreicn-usirn cit tens are tools, to neeu to
be told by his high mightiness, so palpttblu
a trillion ss thatl It is thi "pereon tl lia
bilities" which did "exist airsinst th m
the period of thoir emiyTutiou," which th'y
want to know about, but respecting which
they are to got but cold comfort from Mr.
Tim silly attempt ta m ike out a tytiaut
distinction between citisons actually dratt
ed lor army service tiefore emigration,
and other citizens, is cither a thli t-heud-ed
blunder of the r) 'cretary, or a subter
fuge, Intended to cover the lull enormity
ol his non-intervention doctrine. Indued
ho abandons it himself, before h. gets
through, by tho assertion, that "when
voluntarily returns to his native country.
itslocul laws can be enforc d aiainat him,
which menus, il It means anytltinu, Utul
no can bo pressed into tho army, nolms,
This cold-blooded abandonment of
rights and the dignity of American citi
zenship, comes with lit gram from an Ad
ministration claiming lor itself tho crtdit
of repr tieiiting Democracy part-e nee.
A beautiful assertion of Dcmocratii. prin
ciples, a highly consintoiitdef iiceol' pp.
ular rights, is this timid and truckling pice,
of State policy. A party socager to cx
tond tho "area of freedom," that they
hardly keep their plunderinghatidsofl'Cu
ba; a Government so greedy to anmx
nuwterritiry and new citizens, thut
sticks at nothing, however nefarious,
not pluck enough to protect the ciliz
it has got already against th"g'ap of I'or
eign governments! Is this the way we
to r deem our faith, plighted them In
very act when th'y abjured all allegiance
to European Kings and Potentates!
they 1 1 hi told that tho broad soal of their
naturalization papers has no significance
except th y keep quietly uthome, butthat
tho moment they venture abroad, thecr-
t'tic:it of the United States becomes waste
paper In their hands! Says tho mouth
piece of our bravo I'emocriey, "recoiu-
cnnrsi ariso in tho case oftho naturaliz-
'e.l citizens whoromiin in tho United
State. It i only when ho Voluntarily
returns to hi notivo country that Its locul
laws can be enforced against him."
deed, Thank Jou for nothing, my dear
naturalized citizen, havo braved
horm too hiueh.in shakinff olTiho ch linsof
! tyranny, to be advised at this latu day,
taki C juiiscI of their feara. If vou are
ready tofju iranteJ protection t) United
Stiles citizens abroad, theri are those'
that will. If you aro false to tho
trust of national honor, if you are rcaiiy
j sacrifice the lights ofthe p 'oplo tp.
claims of despots, if vou continue to steal
the livery uf heaven to serve the dev. I
in, there is power behind yon
which will take carool thucausoyouhave.clu
b. truyed. That power is tho roused
dignution of a free peoplo. 'The broad
seal of American citizenshin is oooil
; srmy ol Aualria C'i;eifki.t Comnur-
Rights of Adopted Citizens.
!t in unmistakublo term. .
Tho Volkablatt return with interest
I "Th worst that a part of the Itepulll
mnjority : en ' auiglo State have dons Is lo de
witb clara that naturalized oilmen shall wait
two year longer before they exerom
, the right of sulfide. The worot that the
democrslio government has dano is
permit that naturalized ellizims of the U-
nit d States may bo shot st the pleasure
of the llohenioller. or Loui. Napo'.eon."
The Cincinnati Volksblalt in sn arti
cle on Gen. Cons' 1 tat epistolary produo-
, tion, deoluroa that the Democratic party
must take the responsibility ot this letter
until their national convention condemns
i the reproaches of thoeo Germans who
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sdhere to th party in spits of tlie Massa
chusetts auiendinsiit ; and OoncluJc
, arUcl in thee words:
O. S. Journal.
Abolitionism of the Democratic
Candidate for Governor of
lect, the; efore, t o anything w. quote from
him. Tliry are h.rdly at liberty to quna
sppliod . Hon his veracity, foe ir he do. Bol
tually snenk the words of truth Sndsobee
increaslng ness, what becomes of the force of all
they would hive u botlev he .ytt Mr.
Is in one str.ee certainly eoott
Demooretic authority. M-. O.. acom
Ih.as municetion which appeared In the Aht.
hula S'nmel of lat weck.enid tiat when
the fugitive sl tv. law was pased, bo do
ruarkablo , nouneed It as unconstitutional, b.irHaroti
j and dcspot.c. and declared it would coin
j for no imthnr.ty to Citcn a fuiuv. eUxof
that If a alavo echor wen toptirsue
a fngit.ve upon hi. promisee he would
him down ss he would a pirate,
"These soat inents," Mr. Gidilmgi ssys.
"were r.ponded to by the people of Ohio
letter generally, including many leading Deme
Icrats, an. b-J -m( morg ttrvngly than bi
The Hon. Joshua R. fiiddlnrfs la. wa
believ', m-f i quoted by the Democr-tie.
nrpRI 1)1 I I I n IhlH an. e.f I t ex it
name is in th. mouth, nf tl,a hm'irnr.
all th limi.. Th .M .ini. .;n ... il
As trwn( Democratic nemims or tVow-
trnor. C'l'n. Com.
A Bit of Romance.
not,lcs, sevent en hundred miles north of
'St. Paul ! Tltey go to the Red Rivor by
Tne Paint Pofr (Minnr.xta) free
Press, of Juno 30, contains the following:
"A couple of Scotch damsels arrived in
St. Paul last week from Hcotland, an
.routo for Liko Athsbasci in British Amor-
Burbank' stiges, and then emhajkontho
Those ''Sootch dimsols" are .Latere
They passed through Milwaukee, nine
four weeks ng a, on the way to theif des
tination In tho far North-west One of
the two has been engigod, for several
years, to a y lung g-ntlein in in tuo
P'y of tho Ur ti.h Tur Company, li i
secr tiry of agent, ntth"Com-.iiy s post
on Lake Ath .basea snd as oo could not
without losing his place, fo to Saotland
tj marry his 1 idy-lovn, she, like a true
worn in, resolve 1 to como to Amorics and
m irryhlm. listing Undertaken I jour
ney of five tbusind mil.?, sceonnanied
only by lie s ster, on this errand of love,
it is ti W hoped that th bonnis Scotch
1 in!' will obtain a l.mband worthy of
A Bit of Romance. Revival of the Slaves Trade.
"Oocasirual" writo th Philadelphia
"In regard to a revival of the slave-trade'
the indication of public seutim.nt at tha
S mth in its fuvor aro rcaiiy alarming
A lonj list of pipers which adv cat ) it ia
oven now going the rounds of the press,
and among theso advocatf the very quesv
t on is now boing discussod whi tUor an
eirort should be maJi to induce the
Chsrlcsto i Convention to endorse s revi
val of tho slave tra le. Iu alluding to this
suhj 'ct, thorcfore, Senator Douglas only
spoko of a question that i st this moment
ono ol tire most prominent I pics oi uie-
cutsiun in a large paruoa ol tao cunicu-craiy."
ODDS AND ENDS.
meiit divine, who is aa well knowu aa be
is universally fesp ctd, many years since
In- wa. b'd t ) t.'io com Union that "it is not
! well for a man to be alono." After con
Our and ! siderable pondering he resolved to offer
of J Unconscious of the honor that wt In
tyranny ,teuJrd her, the lady wa standing behind
tub iu tha back kitcbeu, with her arms
in- immersed ia the suds, luaily etiy.iged !n
What ts a crimel A wretched riga
bond traveling from place to placo iu fruit
less endeavor to escape from justice, who
is constantly engaged in hot pursuit, a foe
to virtue and happiness, though at times
the Coin). anion ol poor innocence which
i too often made to siul'er for the guilty.
"Pa how long does the Legislature
Throe or four mouths, my son."
' Whst a ae ofgeenoth y mulbe; our
geese set only four weeks."
"It is getting late, my aon; you had hot
A Ghf.aT Nam! rox a Great Mas.
Mister Cans, in his Cabinet.coay snd sleek.
Says to iiU(ur.tlizod citizens -"Pray yon
I'll prot -ct you, while htrt in republican
But,b,onJ tht grtatsta, you're at despot's
ATtor this, M nter Cans sure all men must
Tharyour hams. hr.uld be sounded-"4a
yond the yrtat Cl"
HonsB Greeiey' rrcMrTios or TH
RiCat MotiSTAs.-Uat the glorious
H icky Mountains are thenuclve worth a
visit. Tin y are not a range merely, but
a c linos of mount tins threo hundred miles
broad, with their forks, their snowy peaks
th ir grasoy hill-tides, their ravines, and
t'ltiir glom us lorcsis, , oucn ciouniweut
inilcf en milesuf fragrant, s iftly-whiper-Ing
pinesi yoU never imaginedi The air
is gloriously pure, the hill-sides dotted
with springs, the ravines musical with
running slrianis that never dry upi , .
LvMis Beeciier's C'oi'Iitshu'. An em-'
! h'imolf in inarrl'.fo to a certain rnomber
of hi flick. No joner was the plan
i formed tiiun it was nut in practice, ami
petting out h' cane, ho spec
tho dwelling of his matrons,
It chanced to be on Mondu
y mnrninrf a
day which many Now England readurs
. need not bo told is bett.r kuowa sswaajt-
in.T d ir.
occupation which, to '-y tho lea.t of it, i
inure useiul than romantic. inerowasa
loud knock at tho door.
"Jane; go to tho door, and If il ia any.'
body tj see mo, tell them I am engaged,-
an l cannot see them."
Themeesajre wa faithfully rehearsed.
"Toll your mistress, that it i Very im
portant that I should sue he.-."
"Tell him to call thit a'err.ooh,'4 said
the lady, "and I will see hitu."
But it waa unavailing. i
"1 must see her now," aaij Ui niiuiut r
"tell me whore ho i."
So uying, he follwoj the sertaul inta
the kitchen, to the great eu: prise of be
Mian ' ', t have ome to Iho cono'o.
sion temarry,willywhatael" waslhcS
minister's opouiug spveoh. . . .
"Hove youi" rephed th astiuii.hivl lu
dy. Thie is a aingulur t-m a to c i r
yourself. Suoh an imptirtaul stp j
be mad a matter of prey t- aud Q ;.'., . i.
"Iot OS ftray !" was Mr. Ji's c.'y r-
spon.ii, 4 he knelt down bi ei i ,-it .:.,
and prayed lhata uiUoD miht tefu. i. !
whicih would enhance tint hr,;i.i i n
both parties. His piayer w iawn.il,
and from this uuion thus cm. ,!. . - y :i, to
ad, has sprang a family r. inn kisb.o in; i 1
enl and piety.