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DAY 'S HI F.DAL JOIUSHKH
And ahaftitavana mwiMninf
HEW JOB TIPS,
a ar. praaajrad t. ttaata avarv thin 1. aar Ha.,
aack M .
bhovr mil, lroirrrimmp
' Hand UiIIj, Invitations.
Ulitiik Wnt.a, Ohrrha,
i'ampklrt, Houkn, Ac,
larW Matt BallaPaotOf MRMr. . '
Orders Filled at Short Notice,
Ami o th. varf
Tribano Job Office.
JI'HfR KII,FV. rrn)i It-torn.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Svl XtcUnf a4 IlalnM AfriM ?Mlm ft. 1 1.
U. I.. Grit.-lfh.
Attorney ami Gounoi'llor at law,
Offiaa la Cnmmarcla: K.a. Jaa.?A,lf.
i OorKtt n. WATM(lli " r.l.AM WII.I.AHII:
WATSON & WII.L.AISf,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
" V I Lt tttftari prm(Hlr I M knA nf Wz! Iamta;
if OfAc CnmMfNiil Row filtia, ..
ATTORNEY -AT LAW,
BlnT.r'i Mock, oppoilto Court Ilouac. Up
Uira fx'i'.l S7 If
J. Ii. lIOICI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Omen S Baawaaa'i Na Block, wrar HhrlaarS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AWtaaarallamaaaa Artal. Oaa wllb W. P.k
U. M.M., Tllll., Mh. .ftO-lr
v7v.'jk II. iVoblc,
Attornoya and Couusollors at Jiw.
mia ia tfiafaf'a Naw BUok, .icw.il. th. CmH
I0HM4. U. HDIJKIK L.m
lire St IXrowcr,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND
Solicitor In haacrr.
..at, trlLfr'. IIUm?., omoaiia tha foart
ItaXUCI ITCH. WILI.IAH H.OIIKUII
Ktrin A, Jolinwoai.
AttornuvB and Counsullora ut Law.
rfll''-a Ha.lfr.'.'." Ilk. k,n Vnllmar'.rl.lli.
kf ilorii Mmm Mrr.t. 1'nif.nioa.l htiainr aaa Ui
M.i-tloa al all aia.1. ftl ulalml aromnlly alteailad la
!, Ilao. ITlb, II i,
J. J. Ktviiit-r.
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
Rlim.Mil tha a r lira, aaj will lrlo Uanlioa
t. all nail na. wilra.lfNl tu hiM. IMhr la ll uornrol
Kaan't Hl'k, flliei-tr? NI Ih. .Ita rnaa of Ml.
.'(. Tajlor, aiul tl" BImiwIim llaata.
Vinlim II. Ianiorl,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Volant ruftlie, ami
C. .;;, ,i,.-r fi.r Kintiukr 'ul Cilifrnin
lr Hl 'K Na l W.M FiintHirlirc.l,ltwa. n Mnia
ail 'al it.., Clnnlanall, Will.. ir
"COLLKCTIUN AN 1 LAND AG ENCY,
jo.m:s afc THOMAS,
n.nar.l Collartlnf aail Laal AeaaU, will nrampll.
Itaa4 t. la auHectioa nt all wl.iui. aalrw.l.tl Itt tli-ll
aara. In Baaoua aaJ a.ljHtlM. l i,anli... " a'"
Itond l.ca.a. li.i lf-l aillL-a ta aae(l4 la r -a.
..Ultf .all. aalWa ia.lli ..allli. Pa.ca. Vrr oiiI.U
f I. bar a. tell l-aa 01 T.wa l'lunjr .ilUBrfil
tkaic a.lnata.a im nil. iyHrf
K. W. TIU.viA8.
lint i Pii.i Mm, t'latlry.
. tlrin it rnfi.Ui
. a-- w. r. a ii. no.lb, Tim.
Fiani k O. ro.loria..
Iac.l, IRVW tf.
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
General Land Agent;
W..I.I H.illt infi.im Hut rt.lie thai ha k.OK
aacu wok l,i. praoiica a e....!"!
at Ikiaplan. . ,
feraea an allien hr !."'' " ""I
la II to tK.u .lla. la aa.m.na hn Wk. otm
t.i.t l. la.ialma. Ki..,l"i'.. I.O.I. k. an4 lh.ua
Wlth.nt la tcllha,. h.ia raaila a.a.Huia. Iif l..l.
... r..i...a .1 ar.HnY,l.o.'a. I"' "ITr.
I ar-i.i.,-a la t.iwhaat'.i;oai"ii'l blotk.owth.
- CAII P Alll FUB LAUD WARRAJlTS.
s ; oil Q i:7 HT si i r u7
CITII. r.JK.. NEF.lt AND
co r.vn s ukt. 'oiu
Offila tbwhaa'tlIlock,Yr thm Mak tf Tilba.
" AI 1 1. LI A TX ii A 1. 1. i r,
rinrla and Watcli-Iakcr.
Allkidof waluhef Wont const. nil) Qlil.ar.d
itore In Commercial How.
Tillin.Hcpt.17lh, IKM. ly
, GEORGK GKAll,
CARRIAGE At WAGON Maker
Of lb. a.at nalltr. A j.t(.ly ol tlia latlat ha kavp.
etaaataally am h.na, al hi. .I.afi la lioatoffta. Thay
eJ.aiat ala al cSulliva.'a llaidw.ia llui. tlTltne.
A II .t. aMMoallj etiamlaalo. anl r
'jin A:. Ft. Wayne Hail
Om.a.rthaT w " Ce.,
1 rlK.ia. efthlaeaaaaayl.pataaaailTl-
ia ll. a. 4 .ia. .( X.imIj'i hlua ;pn..M of M.iaaa4
r.i,a tii.au. U. M. Ut, Hrll.1.1), kfae'v.
X. tac'.i.ir.-ra, a., oowua.
T.IcAlister i Cowles.
il.r.ai. UTOVKH aa.MtaalWane.fTI,
I tt(.,,taa.lelt I a H'.ia. ltfai.'h.w It hack,
... l.o haicbel rtf l.'a karvlw.ia alwt.
1 iitta, Aeii, tf
CI HACK UR'tVVKrlH aa a a try aa lhair k
E aoaat aoal-II al U taoMM-i, Iraa f raa tra.ta.
paa r Vmyattli war ! ta Uba a-4
1W nilvrtiaamaal mi lltwakimUaa i-aada, ta Mr-fia
IJbriH.tNii w-atinf 19 ahic tklr bti...aa U
f.i.llv inrr-MkiH t'-tuiiiirv a betllu)nl
wlir-m a.n.lr"1k aia f"tff u.'ru Ma t'lima-a i
i.'l 'l-lirt-llt1, iultrttftlkauivwn. Ol H .tuatmatuu
PuHlfnweul, eU'VtU'-I Ouhima. ul Ul-Oam
TUIUI5. 1 1 IJHlS& CO .
rpnF. r-.lfaanlila .tl.t.nf k-l . B V, Ma
I T II
llwaa and 4;ik, R
44, R. Il.aa, havinf tMl Say aa,Mao
ha, nvii jl iH-wta-lvea I - .N r
i,n.a f rt i . - i ... tS. ImtMa m4 Yaatk.
Ilaaa B C. aatlaf Uae nan earn l la a. b i..
Thar. .111 ha a. latr .atl la Ik ka.l ta aakt -Info
rt,'t..l. aa.1 t. ..at. rl ail ba obaarrtHl
i. tisaaayejeat f ial.ra.t, its: ,
immUu 4 pat east.
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fartta-ataa,! allr.taa na.nt.1. an dat.aa.1.
B. lum, joiii r. Hi km, i. x. iiLrt,
A. 0. UK LA IK, JOIM K1UJU.
II. 0. Wenner & Co.,
M ANtirAfTTtlRKRS Of
Jefleroon St., near German Catho
lic Giitircri. Tiffin, Ohio.
vrtter. H.. W ENNM H. CM
Dr. J. IflcAiIoo.
VT" ??p'.mrll. an.aJ la all ..11., .HUr la Tlf
If Aa a. wM.rv. la ailmtnt.iarln ta tKa arHt.1.4.
Partiru:.r.l.nli.a p.iil Hi F.mal. ilita.aa. Hfi..t
ana I'lnnf. a.lh. t.nn.larl artlhlaa olrtoa, ata.li.'at.a'
whaa il.Mma oaai.afv ar alma.ll. Ilfnea ! af III.
oad.a UM.1,V I k aia. Tillia, Vbia.
I.tiSSy Ac Carriage Ulanu-
F.a.l nflti. Conr Hn,oa Mrkt Street.
Tun it, 8p. 2'Jlh , 1 8.i 4
jllra. Ii. C. Alien,
Milliner & Dress Llaker.
Itnma mm F. K . Hliawli.nS fMnra, M.U att.
TilFi..llliia, ii Uik, IfiK m
' '. v,. c.i:imiaicz,
ii:.vrAL, M itii;u.,
Of KICK (a HK. !. Blnt'k, M rl r, 4ltaell.
a. laitha T IkaaaOIri , .M.rkatu .i.TiiUb.u.
. ITI. Waenrr,
AKn llaaWr la It.Jr Mid. Ckrthln., CkMka,
t'a..l atf., V.tllrt.at .
Hiara.a Mala .Irael, aiipu.lla tha Sa.aa. C.aatT
(Formerly called Uit " City Jouil.")
' ' . TIFFIN, OHIO.
LEVI WEIHICK. Proprietor.
Tl anderalrn.! tlalrai t UroiM alt W limU mmd
lkUutlroiia if tli4r'iiv Iitta,tnow tlt ! that
hit boicl u tm4y ftn ttm rvrrpurm f Th
I..- ha ! r tiaiK, r.irNUttt md It mow w
gt-MMia bt in ih aMMttlty.
I Rwwkivi 4aUI:wg wrw-fht. afM-moHwtaawT
iMra. aad wiHaUwaj.lMvcaa at.m.lnara unti.
Tlfftn- lrtitMiff 1, 1HSH ' 1ft If
Hnrinv iMiNtitttill k mt ti in iltiatiit ltd! tt t-r
at VMir' I'm mttl Hmtk Mi l, N. I rUatahaa'a
lila-'h.Ba. toltr.uaM iaMMii-) ml hit flock mf W-itflM,
CltM ktv, Jawvlrv nI MWi wair, M4 itmi t trtnl
K-1trtnt tlnn la ih biit UyMor work I p.
MISS E . T. COBURN
Ha jat ratnrnrd fawu Nw Yark wul ftt4 a,
Full Asboutuknt of Miixinilby,
OnmnrUinf lint. Hrail-itrrtvaat). Amarican tarl
rtvni-Pt Mown, r.mhr-iiilvitra, Vail. IIaMlkrtihlla,
lMti. b'il Hair.('wata. KKl(ia HkUla, tv.
Mia Mil) hahiuNtv inanil mum all : hat favor Imf Ula
ean. A li tw iwr. titttv ailcfxVil In,
Ua .Vaiaaunci, ta n' Htook, TiOla). apIS
PIIYlSlCUN AND SURG LCW
OFKM'i: na Tdlu altvat,
pjiotlta lUank'a RU-hl
Dr. Franklin Is at Home n;iln,
nJ b.v.nj aaaoalaiaal biaraalf with
SI R." SAMUEL GEE,
ara wtll tla all work atrmtQil t fttiwnpijyt lod
Dr. Franklin Mat ! (writtitt! to ramlnil Oil a mom
nnnltv. llml bia vir-rfnr In Mlit?ina and haifarv
en nit ! iiita t Irwitt (ttaanl T-ai k) anil dmiia viM
tiaiiai aucfra titan annM at (to at via lltijrtUkaiTaa ('.
I trali at, ImiI mIk) iitaim (o tLai ihU iaaltogeilu lab
olmi. AllprfffMH ainrln hEf'AYFn TFKTU, DIF AH.
F.ll ill MH, w In want m A H II VU'i .U T K G T II,
wtllttti walltofltill at MrBfll-a, taa aWor V.I ml ribaw-
ia Htruea, on rorry at
F. KKANK1.IN. PAMl tt GI.E.
Tidia, Jhpm r 1K9. .
TO TUB PVIILIC.
Tlte bnai ,f tlw lata, nrN of SkivOT Uul tJaaatli will
m cunauvlao, ai lit ium of
ark. thaiikM fee Cava ftaat. akt Ua aaUMiktaj vnm-
OLD FRIF.ND.S mnH CUSTOMERS.
Il ia fad or1-riiir Urn " '-Pl
STOCK of .OOi.S,
urnlr-ta wtli l lr la a fav day.
BANK OF TIFFIN:
KHAMIIAN'S NKW HLOCK,
THIS BANK WILL CONTINUE
tf tranaa-ta rrnral lankln buaiitaa.ai.t pay at'raat
9 0 Ut-tatta iitiiovtai
s aaom'.a, par eani,
Crtiftflatt pawabta in all eaaaa oa ftrnanit.
K. OoaaaTt A. ii. HniiTii, BTirMM UtilitIT,
Protect tlie lives of Yourselves
nntl Faiuilirs ! s '
PROTECT YOUR rROI'ERTY
TH anttaral-rajati aro.M raaikactaltv annaanc to tha
PaMie tliat hi h Jal(olvd uVf ' elaua
Electro nagnetlo Conductor,
which art at all tlaaaa raady U pat p Ml timt aotioat.
anit mm aaaaamaltaa lenua.
Thla Mad lath kawt mmm aaai la fkat takiaf tiWa
flaea mf all athara, ainr Ova Cnanbiaan Vpmt anal
rami'aliU, ia tirTM aa, ttivralaM, tvil ptnu, alaMt't
ruat, kvMiir aaftpiiad vtik Xiaa Matt.!. aa na aBtara
k-Mdavcv l lata uf ilMfg Cwaiiuuior aw ta ni.
If. H. AlMtprapaKdlOfrulnMatbarkiDdut Krvia
ITIr. Mary Ainlerion,
I'pper KnftdQftky, Ohlt
Main Xauai, uaa uava unkil U Uart UatM,
l. J. O. II. KLNNAMAJV
atfaihr tetateW rtt-'r PrlaalnMl mptUm ta ta
1-Mliatanl ttaailanaaaial Uiiar, tutea.a-al vi inity. TKay
h arw i ua patflvaaa aii lk apaitatiaiaa aaaaaaaaal
wilkltaa avtaknaja 9
ntm aha aaa 4 laifMl aal aclwalilW prtn-l.i.
kaMeiai(-iapit an ll it Malta! u,uri ai -t irrtt
am. AlluaeawM Milt iwcaiv i , ailat)u.
All Work will to Warraiitcl.
A tt O E 8
t VO W:. ia room fuiaaailr a.-..,.l.a by III. B.ueT
li. "I V U.l.i.i.-i... Vm.oaMMT.hI
t tffin ell ttVlVl nrilMf
THE EXEMPLARY WIFE.
0, 1'Ktt U ht whoM artrra hf. Id
A eoniort Tirtixma at fair;
Her priea U t alxiTt tli gulJ
Thai worldly iriUkT i ahara.
0 htr, ai oa Ix-autoum lula
Aml1st lir.'a dark nj lormy tua,
la (libit trouUni, all hi toil,'
lie rata with dwp aocurity.
Eva in Ui niiflit-watrh, dark anil lone,
Th diitaff All her buty lian.l ;
Hi bushanii In tb gaUa It knowa -
Aawng the elder of the laad ; '
Ir hotucbold all dli((lit to altar
Th food and raiment the beetowt
ET(Cehe with a pairnt't rara
Kfard fVir weakare and their wort.
Her pitying hand liipplie tht poor,
Tha widowed one, the orphan child,
Like birdi aaatttiiblvd ronnd the door,
Vhro twrr't Ui winter' trinpfet wild.
TIrr li with lota aud btwduia fi.ugM,
rrip, the honryeonib, thfir tweeU;
' Th young art by her dictate taught,
Th nxmrocr her coiidolciio nioett.
II rr lorely babe around her riao
Kair tniont of a holy ttem I
And dtx-ply thall her botom prii
Tb blrtaingt the root' ivre from them.
Beauty In raia a (uininer bloom
To which a tranrlent late It giron t
But her await, a letting doom
)a-eteraal bower of hoaa.
THE FALSE WITNESS.
Id the year 1806, I chaneed. durinir a
tour through New Hampshire, to atop at
the little town of Doacowan. The weath
er waa, aa we aay falling; and I thought
it beat to apend a few day in the desert
ed mud-hole I waa in, partieular'y aa I
heard my claaamnte, Daniel Webaterwa
practicing law there. Daniel had been
a queer ooy at college, not much of a
etudont) nor on of your flighty geniusee,
but a grave and straight forward reason
er, with whom none of the profeasori
could contend in argument and whose pen-
era! ability, aa well aa unbending atrrn-
neaa and tmngth of character bad been
acknowledged by ut. Getting a direc
tion from my landlord, I put out amid the
storm, for Daniel's ofhee, and after a few
inquirie found it There I discovered the
young statesman, hia ahagoy and massive
head leaning upon ht hand, engaged In
cloee conversation' with a young man e
bout oar own age, whose light, fair coun
tenance waa clouded and worn. My old
clrtt-mato recotruiied me, and do-.irittg
hi client to Come again in the morning,
he waited upon him to the door with ap
air ol kindness that seemed to spnak more
than common sympathy with him, and
thuu, returning, shook my hand in his own
hard and lion grrtep. Aa toon a the pre
liminaries were over, I seked nun con
cerning the young man who had just gone
out, and whose appearannoinU'reaied mo.
"lie a client, aaid Webster, "a poor
fellow that's to bo tried to-morrow for
highway robbery, and God knowa his
chance is a poor one, though he's ta in
nocent as hit own babe." "lit, is he
married thonl" "He la," aaid tho lawyer
and I saw the tears guthor ll. his dark rye
for he was young then "he ia" said
he, "and to the fairest and boat being that
ever trod this earth; and yet they miiHtbe
mined unlets heaven raise np help for
thomj human Ingenuity can do nothing."
1 Di'ggcii mm . .ii-inu Uie young man'
story, which he did with a gTcut degree or
fueling, which I had not believed Web-
tter capable. The circumstances were
riffly aa follows:
Ellen Staunton, tho beautiful daughter
of a good old farmer in the neighborhood
had on account of her lovelino.a good
tento, and sweet temper, won all the sparo
heart of the vj logo aroud. After much
courtship by all parties, Tom Blater, the
young man who had juat gone out, an old
playfellow of Wtrbater's, had won tho fair
Lilcn, and they had now been married a
bout two y ears. Of fa later' rivals, all re-
tiiavl to private life and comfort, and quiet
again. ave two; one" was Stun lirentlurd,
who wwa desperately smitten with Ellen,
and soon left the village, and after a short
visit the wiuter prevlmw, went to Europe;
the other waa JaoolMAiow, a young man
of the true old fashioned, New England
hard principle; baaed upon reflection and
calculation, without a bit of warmth or
paaaiuii to back it. Hj waa rich, and as
it happened, a creditor of Slater's at the
time of the niorriago. Pinned and disap
pointed, he called upon him at ostceto
pay. Slater wiehod a little time; mar
riage eipuuiit, &c.,c&tite a little haxdon
hiin, but in a few mouths he would see all
settled. Uut the due with Jacob was
"Now," and aa be had naked juntice on
his aide, be felt no compunction in prcus
ing the claim. Slater however, could
not and would not pay; he was sued; the
suit went from court to court, twid aa it
happened thi poor man wa never able
Uipay, And so tilings bad stood or two
years, when juat aa Jacob thought to take
out his execution, and sell hi rival's prop
erty before hi face, and Toast on the mis
ery of the girl that had rejected him, Sla
ter went suddenly forward, ptid th debt
principle and Inloreat, and the nontl
eejiuudrel wa deprived or hi revenge.
Where Slater go his money waa a mys
tery to the whole town; he said he re
ceived it from soma unknown friend
through tho Tost OlEce; aud the poet-
m aster saic such a letter had boen giveu
hiin as described, but it had been put
Iter, and did not come by mail. Just be
fore the money was paid by Slater, a L'av
ler on boraeback had been robbed near
town, ou the northern road; the couulry
had been raited, but no trace ol the rob
ber waa found, and a the Uavelor had
goue on, the matter hnd died away. One
morning the w hole village was startled
by the intelligence that Tom . Slater had
burn arretted as the robber, on the testi
mony cf an old fmrincr, w ho was riding in
to town, and wa in aight whan the trav
eler watt attacked, and whe shouts hid
put the robber to flight. Nobody believ
ed moin-",t in Bla'er's guilt, strong a
appearance were against bias; his wile,
however was al.no-t crniy, and he waa
himself thrown into tat of despair that
seemed of itself sutpicioua. lie had Seen
bound over to t.ke his trial; hi old pluy
fellow, Webster, wa to be hi eouiiol,
and the niofruw the dny of his tliit,t.iiyr
Hut h wore tliu outlina of the t-..e, aud
Webi.ter' request, 1 determined to attend
the trlul, Accoithngly alter a nijjlil rpeut
inwiahingl wot a great lawyer, or u
peTitaluriii wituen, lliat I liiinlit clear
tli's you"!? niaii, 1 went over slier break
fast, and ukm our horae w roju to the
court limine. 1 willpaas by all the tie
iti cf cotiutry judea Uiing thttf aeuls,
conl7 "r"",r'din!r thelrbox.
nt 'wKnia lapnpwt
itrasai s, ruing wry rt.-rv.. ett.
nor, and at onc-o proc.-U to tl.o w,
The nnaoncr t.t,k h tit: and tii-,,;.i
mu wm u " ...;...
and tat domhio nun. owv wi huh i-ii a
woman of nobto moln; purity and aim
plirity aat enthroned on her brows but
tlioiich all a woman, yet ahe wa not tha
imMtinika (at I tut tha atrnnrf Mc I f .an rw i
ported, and all enduring being that 1 ln-iw
deed but little lower tlian tha niipel.
A 11 poko, and anoks kindly to her and to
The. trial went on: I at fronting tha
wilneaaea, the priaoner and Wrbatnr
Thefir-t eridenca introduced wa that of
the old Termer; he tottided thtt a he a
riding down to town, ha orertook and ;
paed twomen; one waaCrotonthepe,Hllw
lar, and the other a mail In lttKh(M hut
joan Jacket, and with hi bootaourxidehl
pantaloona; he pataed l!.ee men and then
topped awhile at a neighbor' and then
rode on. l'retty aixtn at he joird aktng.
he heard, juat aa he reached the crotch or
fork of the road In tho forot, a cry for
hclpj ly turninif rlht in the branch c
the road, he came upon the traveler that
had been robbed, whom ho rrcopnhied a
th nun In th jean jacket, though he (lid
not either tune me hi face. Upon being
crim-exaniined. he lid at the time ha
did not reeogniio Croton, the podlar, but
upon meeting liim again lately, had known
him to be the (ame. lhe next wituea
had lived as help with coaler, ,. UKn tli ,
evening ol tne rohoery, naa returned
home from one of hi lonely walks, in
which ha often indulged, and brought
bun variou article, which he eaid !
he bad bought of Croton, tho podlar; this
amount ofbia teatimony. Th
magistrate proved that the traveler had
oeen rooned ol out tome amount oi fuu
though what bank, he bould not y.
.acoo dhow wmn hi uie paymeui oi
f530, immediately after the robbery,
nun, .iiu iw.i. .uurwca pii "t.
Slater had been for aome time abort of
money. I had observed that Webster's
tteution had been directed during the ex
amination of the first witness, by a by
tender, to a man in the crowd with
tripod jacket; the man waa reading from
a piece of paper nd apparently read and
re-read it often. I reniembor- that Web
ster watched this man secretly, but close
ly and neglected th witnea under ex.
length Croton the pedler, was called fori
by the Stale, and to my surprise Die man
minatlon, that the atriped jacked waa in
close communion with Jacob Snow. At
in the .trlped jacket came forward, lit
was a stupid looking- piece of clay, v. itb
inde:rib.bly mean and mall-
cious in his eyo; to parody Coleridge, I
wouldsay: .,,.. , u -
! ' ," ty blink, dull an J thy
Kaeh altre.k up to a rpetil . ere. and 1
At Ui priaimur It looked aakanoa." - t
And in hi narrative, though clear, waa
delivered with a nadlnr'a keenneea. 1 In
mated that on the eveulng in questlon.he
fell in with the man dresacd a doecribud
bv the farmer! he did not know him. -
The man boturht tome articles of him
and he named some, which it rrtd been
Bluter carried homo and they af-
torwardt walked down toward town; he
remembered the old farmer' pasting thorn
and tlie observation of hi companion
that moneyed men seldom travel now-a-
day. He parted from hi companion at
the old pond by the big butternut, a lit-
tie before vou come to the fork nokon of
by the furmcr. He the pedlar went
west of th Connecticut: ha heard of the
robbery but aw no doacriiition of the rob-
bcr, nor dreampt it w his coiupauion,
till a ehort time since, the old fanner had
...-..Led hiin and told hiin so. Upon
being told uy tlie counsel Tin-1 -u.uii
KA.nt ... I .a n . n ..l. tl I
iivim um hi. mnu i. i.u .... uvnu luttiiii.
he turned round aud pointed to th pris
oner; a be did o ha mot Webttur
dark and soul-searching eye fixed upon
him, hi hand evidently tromclcd. Ill
tale, however, bad boen consistent; he
had recalled variou small circumstance,
and spoke of them out of their proper pla-
cos, which loomed to chow that hi tale
had not bsen learned, hut was in truth,
word for word Correct. Poor Slater'
caae loomed desperate: he had not a aim
trie witneaa. and eevcTal of them ae-alnat
him, port ouhirly the old farmer, and the
one who testified to hi purchase from the
pedlar, were undoubted; then hia coming
i . : i r .
from an unknown source, and juat at the
time of the robbery. Jr or myoir, I be-
lieved him guilty, and a I looked at bit
noble wife, whose countenance, ipotlea
and color lot t as alabaster, is yet before
me, aa calm aa that of the dead, my heart
died within me. But the last witne had
not loft the aland, Croton, the pedlar,
turning from the withering glance of Web
ttrr, stood with hi back against tlie pil
lar, and bia eye fixed upon the ground,
and hia arm folded waiting the cross-ex-animation,
w hich was tlie prisoner' sole
remaining chance. Webater when the
counaul fur the Statd said to hiin with a
uetronixing air, "tho witness is yours,"
Daniel had arisen, and when Croton lift
ed hi eyes, he saw fronting .him, and
within two feet, that dreaded and dark
countenance, the full eye fixed upon him
aud the lip pressed close, be would have
sprung back; but the pillar was behind
hiin. "Give me that paper," id Web
ter, in a low determined voice, that made
our nerve aa well a hi thrill; aah
(.jke te pointed to a piece of papar which
could iuat bo aeen iu the pedlar' waist-
eoet pociet. The pedlar lamed hi hand;
then tliourut and dropped it again; the
counsel fur the Slate called upon the
court to protect the witness, and d".rJ
Mr. WebtUir to be (eaicd, the jury re
iu th box; the prisoner sprang forward;
and remoiiatrancus, tha voice of
sheriff and the judge, the counsel, and
twenty other filled the room with com-
motion but above the confuaion and the
sound of many voices, rono the deep tones
of that voice which has rung from Alatne
to Louisiana: "Give it to pie," he said,'
overawed by his comuiandiug luminous,
withering beneath the rye that (till
fronted hiin, the poor wretch drew from
his pocket tlie paper, and it wa matched
from hiin in a moment by Webater. And
now the tumult wag still, fur all listened,
aa the bold advocate beggnd the court'
pardon, and proceeded to read from the
paper tlie te.atiuiony juat givtu by the ptd-
lar, word for word, written by the hand
Jacob Snow; "8 wear the wiltifs,"
aid Webater. "lie ia sworn," answered
clerk, ''Swear him again, and let it be
Ui living God.who would strike djal
the perjurer." And again the pediur waa
sworn, and again he tuld hi Ulo; but far
illlforent from the firat. He had been
hribed by Snow to accuse the priaoner
the true roliborwni a far dUereutiiiau.
The juiy did not leave the box; Slator
acquitted by acclamation; hi v. ii.',
Hit) verdict wua given, fell, as
ehot, and wa taken from the hottae, t"W'
th. money which Slater had receivod.it
Wia diaivftriM.. Mr nftor. that ll K
'hn loft br nolliT rlTl. Ilrntftinl. who
1B.W hm a,(rlc(ll,t fitt wh.tpr. th
.. r i,,A11.. i-.,.. i, i;.i
""a-mcution of hi fame.
The Eastern Current.
... . . .. .,r;. - ,,,
thtviry ol a ta.iy eattoriy eurreiil
itn upper atrial ttrata. It tayi:
hout o0 mii,.t w(.t of ,.k0 John, the
h-adof tha gnmienar River, and about
midway between th "Kt. Ijiwrenre Rirer
i,me,-, nBr, n h pla(., , abmit
liHl milea nortb of WaWtown. an ll.nl
thP, lmM 1T, ij , nwV,,rlv current.
TlieNcwTork-arj , enmm(h..
ifigoaOie lute Yt.yage oi-w.T,r,mtnjn
I. a Mountain and Haddock are kafe at
Ottawa (flvtown) in Cnnada. They land-
ad about 150 milea north of Ottawa in Ike
great Canadian Wilderiicsa, at a point a
1 nit uiaprorea Hie atory ol the balloon
having'been oen CO mile aimlh-enat of
Watertowapver St. Ijiwrence County;
Bit lo tho current auddenlr chanired.
!La Mountain telegraph that he ha l.t
liverylliiiig. I hey woie four day Willi
out food, and witho it tho mean of mak
ing a fire. They were fortunately diacov
ered by Air. Cameron who wna looking
lor timber, probably along tho headwa
ter of the Uatineau River. Itulian guide
were found, who brought them down to
Ottawa in bark canoe. They were lota
than five hour in tho air, and inuat have
10 o'cloek at night, having
.traveled at the rate of a mile a minute.
the balloon being from four t live milea
(rom ,.!,. Thi extraordinary voy
with aue mnn strike a bard blow at the
if,0rit theory of a steady easterly cur
wasth in tlieupperatraUoltheatmophere.
,Tn hour, rurthor Uavol in that direction
wnuid h.vo brought them to the point
'where Sir John Franklin Is supposed to
.perished. Tho public will await
iwU5 ivcr itUret the complete details
el una moat extraordinary and perilous
The Eastern Current. Anecdote of a Fat Man.
"11 ridget," said a lady in th city of
Gotham one morning, aa tho wa re-
counoitoriitg In her kitchen, to her ser
vant, "what a quantity of soap greaaeyou
have got there. We ean get plenty of
aoap for it, and we muat exchange it for
some. Watch for tho fat mau.and when
li,. cnnl ,i,in ,ii hi.- I -am to .no.v
"Yes, ma'am," say Bridget between
ech awhiakr nf liaa. tiiak- Inlh katatninn
Dright iloM ol th kitchen window, and
no movin crc.tur, escaped her watch
omcthing fu, M ,Mt h indll,try i0omed
b8 rewarded, for down the .treet catno
large, portly gentleman flourishing a cane,
j kj ' J, . f . .,..
.U i. t7.ii.
8ur" ,wnn rtn .tI,e, hou"e-
n1 informed htm that her
mlstrea wiahed to ipeak to hiin.
8pek to me, my good girll" atked
wnbi to speak to ye, and
7 would lu bo iod euouU to walk
Thi Teomrst, so nirect, WM not to be
reiused; coin a itate . some woudor
proved nient, up tlie atop went tie gMitloman,
l up stairs went Bridget, .'nd knocking
t her mistreas' door, put her head in and
"Fat trentlcman' In the prrlor mum."
oa aaying ho Instantly withdrew to the
"In the parlor 1" thought the lady
"What can it meanl Bridget must have
ibtunderod," but down to the parlor she
j "P roeo our fat friend with hi
oianoesi smue ana moet grsceiui now.
I "Your servant informed me madam,
"' you would like to peak to mo
ta;y"'r service maiiam."
The mnrnned mt aaa the atate
the cate immediately, and a tmile wreath
ed itself about ber, mouth in apile of hcr
telf, aa ah laid:
"Will yen pardon the terrible blunder
of a raw Irian girl, my dear sirl I told
her to call in the fat man, to take away
the soap grease, when she nude a out-
take, you see."
The jolly fat gentleman loaned bank
hi chair and laughed Juch a hearty
hail hall! as never come from your lean
I "No apologle needed, madam," aaid
"l"i "ru'uuuiy uio oosi joae ui
ieaeon. Ha, ha, ha, so ah took me
frist tfiin rrrin a man. liil aim t It will
, keep me 7auhin.r, for month euch
And all up the street, and around
comer was heard the merry hal ha!
the old gentleman, aa be brought down
the cane, every now and then, and
cluimed "such a joke I"
Sons of Malta.
"Jooms" was recently Initiated Into
order of tho Sous of Malta, and graphic
ally describe hi Introduction into
"vle of myitery" a follow:
"You are first grabbed and thrown
a tub of cold water, and forthwith sever
al large men bgin to stick pin into
Hauling you out of the tub of water, they
rush you into another department,
now new men mak a new liipno after
dreattd ia ditguiae, and immediately com
mence pouring hot molaetc Into
hair and boots: iUanwLUe, a atream
cold water la flooded on to you, ana
man dresacd in black, throat a auuflTbor
' in front of your note, and all at once
; begin to meexe vociferouely, and the
' pr crowd begiu to laugh and hurrah.
blioving you lurther along, the chief
I and bottle waahcra grab you by the none,
natr ar.u coat tail, and in tht way npev
' ary bit of dry good looae from your
too.anj again th crowd roar with
j multuoue laughter at your nude state,wllh
five or six men holding on to your
and toe, forcing you up a soaped pol
i wiuh pins ami tharn tick. You now
gin to think yuu ara forsaken by all
i Uod s people, and the devil has certainly
got possession of you, knocking you
J the head to that you o star a numer
and oua a tlioy are in the milky way.
' are handled in- this kind of tantalizing
'way rMwohonrs, when tha officers
you a inrge dure of liverwort and tar,
jtiieu let you go."
Sons of Malta. How it Was Done in Cincinnati.
j It Is DO won.ler IlainliUm County had
a thouiaud Uei.uicratic maioiity, for with
of in two woek fiv bunJreo second clan
tickets have been sord, at our Depot, to
' panir of li ihmen ou their way to Cin
hy iciiiunti. The lust gang was on Satmdny
morning lat, aud numbered filly in the
(faug, ho all went down on that dy to
Cincinnati. So great haa been the tide
for the lnnt fu day aa to excite the won-
- der of all tlie employees about the Depot
'and w ithout di eatiiing ol loth a ruh of I
1 that chv a of travel out of tho ordinary I
if t course, 'lie event luia befcn ul.ject mat-
From the Cincinnati Gazette, Oct. 21.
The "Servile" Insurrection at
Harper's Ferry. DETAILS BY EXPRESS.
OUTBREAK AND SUPPRESSION.
Names of Killed and Wounded.
HARPER'S FERRY, VA., Oct. 19, 1859.
,"'" . way
pft of trV. ry
and the rm
a. j;reateat anxlely on the
t . r J. rn about the
m' "Uaort "f ni-
Hlieetmg wo V,,, ,!
...IIIV till... Ill' t.
. ' . . ,
the result of their first t rl'ort at Insurri'c-
tioii in the Old Dominion, fly the time
w reached Grafton the thirty had In
creneil throe-fold. A axiety ami anticipa
tion were both and each wrought up l y
tlie contradictory rtateiuenU to their high
oat pitch, so that at Piedmont, n here we
met a train bound west, rich man who
catno aboard wa btittoti-hoh-d and inquir
ed or a to Hi proirre a of event. J he
little they could tell served but to make
more impatient the travelers on our train.
For myaelf, I took the mattnr with com
mendable coolneat, reaolved to baeo my
commnnicatioN only upon accurate in
formation. At ono o'clock thla morning, then, 1
waa dumped down in this place, which ac
cording to the common notion, I the
para. lis of reporters, inasmuch as items
are lyin around loose.
Upon getting up this mtilng, I made
it my final business to take a look over the
town, I found atacveral of the ttrect corn
er" group of men, many of them trined
with Government rifle, convening of the
hunter which hive paased so rapidly
wiAon the few days now expired, as al
most to defy record. The Arsenal is
guarded, of course. The United State
Armory I rilled with marine, under com
mand of Col. Lee. Within th walls, In
the guxrd-hotiee per h a in, are four priso
ners, including A. 8. Brown, the leader of
th internal rrew, and a I Went down I
aw brought out, In an open wniron. the
dead body of one of Brown's sons, who
hnd died within the walls, of wounds re
ceivod by him in one of tho skirmishes
which took plnre.
Around the city, fnen of th marine
corps are posted, in charge of tlie bridges
or having the care of the streets, thomugh
farct, railroad works, track, Ac. Nobody
i cngigcd in th pursuit of their buaineaa,
aa may be supposed, but all are lookinu-
out for event to come, and o far a pos
sible siting them to their consummation.
The whole place, failed it I with armed
men, toeuit to be under military govern
ment. All round are mark of bullets, which
must assuredly have flown with speedy
regularity, and In most cases with uner
ring aim. The water tank of tho Rail
road Company, at one corner, that behind
which at one tune a body of the citiiena
was entrenched, 1 perforated' jvith. bul
let; tho guard-house upon the Armory
ground tho goal of many a rifle allot, ia
a mas of scars, which traee their course
from the same tank. A luloon, tho Gaull
houao, ihow likewise the results of a thick
Are, In tha broken wood and shattered
glass. While here and there upon the
water' edge 1 to be toen the body of
ome man whote life lima paid the forfeit
or hi lawleastiesa. Duo of these lie how
at the foot of tho land pior of the bridge,
another ha just floated down the river
from off a rock mid-ttream.
Before proceeding I will itnta the
general fuel relative to the first atc in
this affair. It appear that on the night
of Sunday, there boing but threo watch
men at tho arsenal or armory grounds,
named John Moaon, Captain of the watch,
Chat, flranliom, and a third named Murphy
a four-horse covered wagon, driven by a
negro, drove up tef the gates, tho opening
of wliitih I have heard noexnlanation of.
and paaaed through. Tho wagon had in
It pleka, spades, fan guts and such like
supplies. Several men, to the number of
twenty of thirty, jumped out, and taking
possession of the watchmen, locked them
in theguard-houie. They then establish
ed their onUnela around, and proceeded
to arrest the citizen.
Here come in the tatom ont of Patrick
Iliggtna, which I give in full. He a'atet
that he it a watchman onthe railroad. IIo
paaaed through tha railroad brltlgo prior
to the time ol the arrival or the train, aa
usual. Upon reaching the town ido he
noticed that hi companion of the watch,!
William Wlllama, jwa misting. The
cause of thi wa oon explainer! to. him,
In part at leait, for a he issued from the
tunnel of tho bridge, ho vae mi t hy two
men, each being armed with a ipeur.
They at once pok to him, remarking,
"Which way!'' Tothla.liiglinreplied,
"Not far, I am at my tatioii." "I take
ynu prisoner," then said one. To which
HUnin made the very natural reply,
"What for I don't suppose that I have
done any man a wrong. Oneof the men
then laid, "You have to come with ua any
bow, or you die in two minut ." With
tli.it the m who had spoken took hold
of him by the felt hand, in which ho held
hi lantern. Hie-gin having yet lift right
hand at liberty, itruck the man who held
him. Th other teeing hi companion
truggliug, tliruet at the watchman with
hi spear, and secured hint. They took
him down by tha honie, whefa eaeaplng
from tliem, he jumped throu'-h the wiu
dow. Two i hot followed him on bis
way, but withuut doing him any injury,
one, however, passing liirough hi hot just
gracing bis head. The noi.e and feoine
halloing by Iliggtna, aucceoded in alarm
ing the inmate of the hotel and woke
the black man that keep the depot. Ilig
gin then proceeded to warn the Incom
ing train, a it came up, having' placed out
th lgnal to atop it, aud that being obey
ed, h told th conductor, Plit lpt, "you
cannot go ovtr; the bridge is taken hy
lot of murderer." Phelps, the conductor
with the engineer, William Woolcy, and
the fireman, camo over, whon they were
met by several men, one of whom cried
out, "Run back, you sons of, the
place is tuken." Seven shot w ere then
lligglna then went In carch ofjlcy
wood, and he wa aoon found dead.
and our Captain wauts to c?you." With
tliir lie took hold my coat cull. ir, Mill point
wu ing his pt.tol at uie, and luun lie 1 me iii
wlimi Uo the Armory watch houe. II ';e
lotiiid perhaps twenty puruuna, in. Iu i.iijj
Meantime such citiiena a came down
town were rreted as they passed tha Ar
senal gales. Here 1 give tho slutcment
of on of those who was th is taken.
refer to Mr. Anthony Nujinaii.akBr.
give it in his own words:
I parsed down to tlie Arsenal gat
about ft o'clock on M mdiiy'inoriiing. As
1 wss about to pats, a blr nc j;ro drew hit
revolver on me. 1 a - k ".I hnn what that
meant. Said he, "We it.t-nd to liberate
the sliives ill this lection of the country,
John Al.'tadt, I.wi NYaahington. John
f'ratehely, N. V. ft. r'alley. A. J. Hnhha, I
Hryan Coolnhan, J. Uriat. 'Willimn AVil-
liama, and aome ten or twrlvo that I did
nut know pertob beloniriiig to the eoun-
They put me in and tnlil in tlirit w
mutt he ii'iiot, that tlj"y did not intend to.
hurt , that inont nt.aibly they would re-
leateuato-dny, anil prrhapt nut lor awoi k;
but they could not toll aa they tint Hot
know how it would end. After 1 was
put In the fti'..iwing pirauiit wer liriuglil .
there: Mil hel Au!t, Geor.'n Ilnrdy, J j.
eph Omenwald, John Killar. Trrreneel
I'urna, Kll Duwen, Trcdcnrk
riotlThomn Unllagher, Almate.lt Pall, l(..iija-
min Mill. Roe Cro. A. M. K itjtmillrr,'
, E. p. D in- rflehl.W.n. IVI rett, John
-e no ArinurTl anil ijOtirLU eul.haw.
..L'ro nainew la.iac.
Shoap, (the giin-hiix innker
... "gro name laiiac.
".r they brought hrrakruat to '
ua, iiriaung, .,., (l,nnil,, h(,cn forced
from the propr,,.t.,r.. u'ajerll .e
by threat, t-ev, ral ol ui k
Ol ll. tUr, 1 BI1L- '.-an-U, ll IIIC'Kl lw '
j ti i i i . . . r" "
, ' , .
supp y our want. hen audi supplies
1 1 .,. f , i ...
it lie I'l.'liill e I'. iilllies 110 ininiin. m
was oll'ercd. We rem lied in there H i-,
til about four o'clock, when
burg Militiirv I'mrp.ny having arrived,
made an attiu k upon tho enemy agunnl,;
tlie M.t t na-;
and shot one of Until, a white man. re-l
ing our friend were under arm we broke
out at the window's, and all but s.-ven got'
out. In thi attack Edward Mr.Cabe, af-j
ter shooting on of the parly, himself ro-
celvetl a bullrt wound ucur the center of
dislodging from their p.i.ition
leaden passport to lhe oth
the soi Vet joint,
While this wss going on, the cltiren
had armed themaelve and attacked the
men who held the rtflo works.
These, after considerable firing, they
hy iriviiiir them leaden passport to the otli
er world. Four ol them kissed the ground
in death, and a rcuiaining one was taken
prisoner. A nejro, the proprriy of Mr.
Washington, who had been rictrd by
the Insurrectionists, anil who was forced,
to join them, mail for the riW and suc
ceeded In leaving hi bad and Infatuated
Bv thi timet military eninnnnle were
on tlie ground from Clinrlratown.tho c uin
ty u nt, and from Marllnshurg: to these
tlie citiren give the more Immediate proa
cutittn of the warfare.
I now give you the further account fur-
nlsned hy Mr. George Chamber, who woe
artiv in th affray. In aome parts there
will appear to be a reiteration ol informa
tion before given, but I overlook thi at
tin tune, studying rather to furnish all the
farts than to write with clc.rance.
At ono o'clock Monday morning, tnvs
ho, a no ro named Heywood, engaged st
the depot, wa shot. The crack of tho
rifle was hoard, but no one knew its mean
ing, the suspicion being that it wo a
railroad tampedu. At thi time, a it
would appear, that these men had por-
sion ot tlie bridge and tho Armory
Early on Monday mortiirt?, when tho
men were arresting the citiz 'iio, on Kel
ly and Tho. Biftley came down together.'
They wore ordered to top, and Turnr
11 red at tho men, who, in their turn, fired
killing Hurley. Having beard of thia,
Thohia Percival and 1 opened the bull ou
tho part of the ritizrna, by taking pos
session of tlie unper story of asmnll frame
building called the G'ult House. We
broko each a pane of glass, one In each
window, and w aited tlie chance to pirk of)
some of the fellow. Five soon atlvanced
towurd the place, when we fired, and two
fell, the ono that 1 shot fulling on his fare
at once, dead, the other, hit py I'errival,
rotr sting to the Armory yard, w hich hav
ing entered, he full. Tint is tup posed
have boen the ion oTA. S. Brown, alius
Smith, the leader of tho party, who ha
since died. .
About thi timo a man uppoHcd to have
escsped.lrom thu rifle-work wa ecn
crossing the river. He w ua fired at and
hit, the paity who fired were standing up
on the lull. Tho hell took rfl'ect in his leg.
Thi UavUifc diatrjted him, he trail
to cowr himself by a jutting rock,
which Georgu Sheppord and Benjamin
Pierce made their way. As soon as these
got up to hiin, Sheppnnl delil.eartely took
aim, the ball entering his neck, throw ing
him ovor. ,H waalel'l there to dia, which
he did in about twenty minutes.
Tho armed men w ho had now got
surrounded the guard-house so that none
could escape. This place had been stock
ed by them as a retreat, bricks having been
Knocked out, thnt they might have covered
place from which to fire, George Mur
phy, of the Martiushurg enmbany, was
this time aucceetful in picking oil' ono
About till time Fountain Beckjirm,
Mayor of tho city and railroad agent, re
ceived a bullet the upper part of the breast
near thu region of thn hart. He fell
the trussel wurk where ho had boen stund-
iitfr, w seen draw his es ub und
him, and then ho died.
For that evening, thu lurroundr.d,
InsurgonlB remained entrenched subjected
to a constant fire. Tho military compa
ny of marines under command of Colonel
Tuesday morning thewar was renewed
with vigor. Thu marines took the proiui
nent asauu at tins tune. Having entered
tho gate, they poaaoaed themselves of
heavy ladder, with which they proceeded
to the attack tin jn '.ho doori A lew blows
only were required to force an entrance.
Two of the iiiaurgent were now' killed
and the Lieutenant in command, with
swortl, gave A. S. Brown, the le.vlor, such
a blow on his head lit will remember
during tho few hour width 1 expect
will have to live, before bning hung,aa will
moat likely be his fufc. Brown.with three
other men, Including one black and Capt.
tjlveua,u ho bad not been killed, although
one wa wounded, were taken prisoner.
One marine named Luke Qunm, w.is kill
ed by a rifle bull which pussed Ihr.iliph
hi body, and a second named M itlhew
K n pert received a wound, tho ball taking
off part of his lower lip.
I now give a sununvy of the killed and
wounded, of tho citizens. Thomas liuriy
a merchant of this place: Fountain Beckham,
Mayor of the city; Gcon-e Turner,
fanner ol this County; and Key Wood the
The wounded of the cit:z"u aro as fol
lows; , ,
Edward McCahe, Iu the shoulder,
Samuel Young, of Cturlcatjvt n, arm
taken olf, or Hourly.
Nelson Hooper, of M irtinshir -, one
ball in the thrust, flue under tin- .t t
on ou the kit brouet, and a fourth in ti
George M Murphy, abm of M:irliii.! or,',
Comiiioiiivealiii's Attiuney, of iie,i.;
county, 'J shots iu thg left It'; l" t"V lim
D,,rsy, TJ.-iinU Khuiiir .f l'..-. !.!'
G.iorifO Wool" i
M trine iiuiiied N i. h. !... '.i'.'nn l.li.
Slid ft B -Colld WOilliiU'.i oil t!.J i n f.
UI' Iho im.arji.-nl, eu lull.-" 1. i.ow n,l.n
t' en are killed, J wourtl. d Mi I f. v.r r- i
It appearing lliat a cl ;' f lin in., i
them named Cook had cr:,;..,!, v..
npp..te.l. with the iiit i-tion of It i r -try.
re-iiiforcementu, in.imy ana it..' -., (.
Cook haa lived in tiiiat ounty lii'm; a
yrar of more, lie retijnl in t'n t .p.
where he wt well known, hnvimt (, t
..m tiiito hud a ti'hool open in tiir im '-t
of the people wjirau rirl.'t lie i. tiiej tu
ylolalr. Brown, too, the I'm -Hi-.vrnr ally
of M)nti'oineiv In Kanix I n.l ai'io tii-
cently hired a' fe.m rar h're, li. the
r'ld, "d tl.frn
ny li'ieiirnriiti of
e- mil nl arrna an. r mn.n-..
assumed tintna of tumth
und a great r
in developing thr truth of tin af-
fair; letter, writien in c.phcr; b !' of r.
at sp'tr-ciie id, .Misa., snl.u. h I k.e. r...t
forgetting a printed riot umi-nt, which I
fore, ard, art r st.nmg that tw-i wr.ro.n
loads of aim, coe-.-ting of shout two
,., r kriiK, ,
li, . A I gi ,..
of Miacp a rifle and Lolt a revoli
entire arronj-enirnta ne-. s-nry
i - raitV'i'ann men were aeiyed.
monta, and ittaaJ.
present, ni five il'.tiia
garn to order, )
have in a low mo-
ration, 1 am rompr ;t,- i ,
.. . I . " ;, .. i 'it ll'ii. li I III"
iuj much ro-
Thi mi.rning eighty aien fully .j
l volunteered, and Were enrolled into foni"--.
pany under ('apt. Edmund Chamber., ti
scour the mounts. ins in aear. h .fC'""k,
and other suspicious character.' Tho
'Governor ha offered a reward of one ,
thousand dollare for his cupture,
Brown (Oeaw atomic,) the father ful
mainspring of tho movement, lis hhown
the liovetnor, any a "game" ,iri:.
lleisvs that this attempt wa. to h in a
religion duty. Being askeil hy tho Gov
iu rnV ,loW ,,r "l,,'cll', t0 l"lll the pl-n o
nth only twentv-two men, he rerun ke t
1 d,.l hold it f. r a rtov.
r nav. 1 Ins he . i in-
r t consider a glorious deed. He ex
prened no care about the future and en
tered into a ecscriiitioii ol particular.
Senator Mason,' x-Coiij'res.iutin Faulk
ner, Ooverner 'iae and t'otij;resmnn
Vallantlii'ham conversed with him st a
grrt length. It said in reply to question
that he iurnislied most of the money for
thd expedition himself, but w ho gave the
rest ho would nut ay leal ho should im
He aav that hi being taken wash's)
own fault, a he might have saved himself
had he rxcrciard his own bettor jiid .'niont,
rather than yield to l.U feelings. lie su d
"I should have gone away, but I had thir
ty odd prisoners, whose wive and daugh'
tor were in tears for their safety, audi
felt fuT them. Besid.., I w anted to al
lay the fear of all who believed we camo
to burn and kill.. For this ronton 1 al
lowed the train to cross the bridge. I did
ft to spare tho foelino- of tho passenger
and their fa i.ilit a." He further said that
he had not consented to the killingof any
men as they passed along on the streets.
No man. he sars, sent him hero, hut he
came of his own accord, upon the prompt
ing of God or the Devil.'
The Tribune on Seward's Nomination.
. initio I.
In tho course of n article again defin
ing its poaition on the Presidential ques
tion, and particularly guarding againat
inittcnnstrurtion in what it has said in fa
vor of a union of Republican and such
Americana as Would t flertively oppose tho
oxtontion of slavery, the Tribune repeat,
In substance, (what we have always un
derstood.) that it yields nothing whoteyef
of tho Republican principles it ha here'
tnfore sustained. As to men, aud in re
gard to those who may como into the Ro-
fiublican ranks from otli"r organization,
iow ever, it would exercise a prudent lib
erality. It would not inaist on a particular
candidate. Of Mr. SiwARD.the X nbune
It i the ptnctico of our adveraane 19 a
tirniatize. the republican pnrty as a"S; -ard
party,' and to assume that Gov. Sow ard
is, of course, to be thuir -next candidate
for President. It hn seemed to us expe.
client not to aid them in this course. Gov,
Boward may be the Rrpuhlicnn candidate
In 1 S(iO. 1 1' ho is, no oi.e need be assured
that h will he moet heartly supKrted by
thi Journal; but, if a candidate at the elec
tion, he will be freely rhoten by our own
Convention, not imposed upon us by our
adversaries. If, when our delegate come '
together in National Convention, he is
found) on a comparison of notes, the man
whose nomination will moet probably in
sure our triumph, then wo aro for him of
all men: but if it should appear that an
other Republican can probably carry
State which he cannot, hiin losing none
that he can corrydhon we aie lot thatoih
er, most dctcraiinedly. And o, it soetue
to us, every one hou)d be lib esteem
principles ahnv men. If mir bit"'ret en
emy, being essentially a Republican, cn
probably socure the vole of ono more Kluta
than our best friend, then we are !-! Dial
enemy and against that friend."
Kansas Constitution Adopted.
mado by tho pro-slavery Democracy of
Kansas under the lead of the U. S. ulli
cials to defeat tho Wyandot OuiiEl.tntioii,
it has been adopted by a majority of four
or five thousand of the freemen oi the Ter
The question now arise, v ill Kita
be atlmilted sStte! The m allium
of Represfiit.'it.viHi w ll nodount welcoma
th new State, but will the li lnocrut'O
Senat and President, 'lit A.ii.'iinu
tration nust choofus one tir the ot h.ir li. ra
of the dihmima. lly tlie Nehri.-ka- ivuu
fiH act it i pled-yd in t:tvnr nt' a 'no- uirj
by the Eni'lirli bill it is pb-1: d theol'.
er way, no ceo.u having been ti. l.. ri.-
The Administration of iltir.hanaii in-.r",!
tlie tui.iiiu of ltansas ua a alate Mule
when it had but 'i I,(J0 inhub. Inula l. t it
now reject Kati a r'c-o is'"t .' wiih
tlulce aiiat iiinn!'r, if it daio. The pto
p!o of every Free Slate would '-crush cut1'
what little ia left of .Northern Democrat
ic dough- faccism in liiiio, ccjui.J a i u-ture.
The Commissioner led [...] the
Nose into the Aggression on
The busiues of Mr. V.V.!, t! i A
lean c'rnii.iB.,ioi(. r, who I. a ! b : u t" '
With Stic h Iltsi Uoil ! c . eiif 0 ilfel ' : "
ty the Chi nr.e aiitiiniM i. , w 1. 1 ! c
lieved tlflu, an. I
Kioperor hid tie ,
I'-.r the Miiii-.'. r I
ai iitii.u'nt oi l- . ,
f. .I. I
lti.-li'ad 1 1
Le led y I
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