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lltving added In the material of our off)' on of
DAY'S MEDAL JOIiUMUS
And a handsome Miortment of
Wo nre prepared la elenot ever thin i. our line,
rolr, ' Circular..
Nhntv nill, l'roirrnmtne,
llnntl Hills, Inviliiliouk,
lllnnk Notes, Check,
I'univlilels, Hooks, Ac,
In lb moit .ntl.fnrtory manner.
Orders Filled at Short Notice,
A ad on the very
- Tribuuo Jub Office.
M'KKIC n II.KV, Proprietors.
IT! . Tlollill,
ATTOHN E Y AT LAW.
Urnfrnl bulled, tig mir. I)ninri Agent; Fotort,(.
It. I.. i ii:illi,
Attorney nivl GomiBullor nt law,
IHHc.tnOmm.rln: Bow. Jii.?! T
lllill'KIt K. W.VIVdN: I.I.AM WILI.ARI):
AVATSOA' &. AVIMiAS6a,
A T T O li N E Y S A T I. A W,
TIII nttnnil prompt Iv to nil fcint ol" Ifjr'il bnin"";
-U!lh: in L'lMninrr. inl Kaw, 1 1 nin, Mi to. nov
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kinor'i Black, opposito Court Hoti. I'p
ktair'l ncl'J 57 tf
ATTOll NEY AT LAW,
kFFICB In Flinwhau'i Now lllurk, ovar flirivar'.
A T T O It NEY AT LA W,
Ann (ian.rnl tn.urnm-a Ari'nt. Ulliyo with W. P. Ax
11. Nol.la, Tillin, Ohio. 'l'l l'
Attoroovs and Oonnscllors at Law
OlBca In iina'.i'a New Hlin k, opioiil Iho Couit
joiiho. lkk. jtei.oN L. intwr.it
I.tc A- llrrwrr.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND
Solicitor in hHiicrrv.
- Rnomi. in rt.njMr' Nv Ulof k, oppfi l the Coorl
tU 14 Ti.ll. .!-.. 11.1.
WU.LIAM M. JOHNSON
1 X JOilMPiOBI,
A ttorncvfl mul Connsollora at Law
: V t'lCK, in HeiliriViNaw H loch, nvcr Vollmertjlwili
i: !iir; Miin tici-t. I'r-.lenioijnl lniin ftml the
. tiil'-tioa of all V i ml of clairat promrlly alien tied to
limn, i(oc. I7tn, it
ATTORNEY AT LA W
Hn.rn.ainari tha nriRtic. anil will slva oriel attrniin.
o all bu.ini;.! rntriiil.il to him. tllliva in tlia contariit
Kliarl't lllock. dirrctlv nliova tha ilura rnim ol Mr.
Ovorgra Taylor, .nil ojijio.lta tha aihawhan Jloo.o.
"AVilliaiii II. Ia veil port,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.lor l'uhlic, ami
Ll7onirniaaioiiir fur Kentucky and California.
apPKIt.'K No 311 VVa.t r-'nurthitlreul, balwavn Main
rf"f.l Walnut it.., Cincinnati, Ohio. oil'."Jlr
COLLECTION AND LAND AGENCY,
JOAI.S & TBI0.1IAS,
r OHtoriiia iiimo.
Genoral C-dUrtinf and I. nnd Agenta, will promptiy
(tend lo the eolientioD of all vl.iutia ntrnld tcillifir
are, in iSunuua ami Ijnlninjr Countiea. W ili also
attend to onaua whei ln;tl advice ia needed in Pro,
entlnf nita Itufor Juatirtxof the I'enrft. I'eraona wiah
inf to buf or ll Land or Town Property will llnd it
tt.eir fcdriwiag togir a. koall. JOWKp
E. VV. THV!A8.
Rant to r a ! MarriN, Findinjr.
ioix or Unowna, 4
VV. V. It H. Noun, TtfRn.
Foitki at Co., roatorii.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a a o
General Land Agent;
VVonld rpeotliilly infun
veouij wiib hia prauiiu a
at this plac
Poraona wl shins li
lad It to then aJvn.
n Hie publio thai lt tins con
, r. tjuljr
to uoy Lndl Ol Town Lots,
rtntiice to tiimin his book, of
i .in. ..,i.. tuniii. lilies, be. I nnd tbos
kimm liriK ihHsl irt T .-
,i i .-TTSeakema. ate., lor entry.
.llnnkof Tiitin," mTh
CA!H rAlU r'OE LAND WARHANTB,
r3 Wit .. -
! I N K K H AN 1
Bank of Titho
lltncol t?hawhan' Ulock.otfM Ui.
-1 .w. t- mul iVntrli-Ialer.
Stork in Comnterctal uor.
Tillin, Sept. lTUi,512y
CARRIAGE Ok WAGON Maker
and manii'wiiturot t
n rnin Oi"ncLlor
Orthb.t quality. A anpitlr ol th lalt.r ha
aoo.lantl.on hanil. at kn .hop la Koilona. T My
al.orur ..la .1 Bu.li.ai.'. H.nlwar. alora ttTitf a.
All or.l.r. iirointitl. tuiulu to.
Tillin X. Ft. Wayne Hail
tllRnHl.oo ft hi. nam nan rl poimkn.ntl.looa.
tad I. run., a ad t h. aarton. room. oounii.il.
ia th.lnd.tor.of rooib'a II loek ;-o.nrr of M.in.ul
r.i.ri.ati. B.&. KUMKIBl.U,'r
MC ALlTEa. OOWl-E.
McAlister & Cowles.
fxR.ll.KRfll. KTtlVES.and Munnfcrtnmr. of
3 t;oi.ifnilHhatlr.in t ar. Lm.ii H.wnIM:!
dooi roattio N.vlar'. hardwwa alora.
Tltlia. April 0, hj If '
CI 11114 ORtlW BBS e.a aarrj o tlt.la ba.ma.a
X ..ii , uat a ..full, at Hamotonton. trwa I
unia loot Vin.a.d.' w aal Ht tha pau mm.
u. .dam.i.nt l Haaaoaloa LanU., ia .notkor
.oloin . ITilL?"
n.KU.l.iSrt B.ntia. to aUaai. th.it bailnn.i
I ...u.n. ln.H.tiur Cnnnir a N.ar tnl..nt
sL.r. W.a Iwd. ara nax wkora U alinian it
.1 Irli.tiUI, . ad.ortl.cta.at of M.mmojtoo
TOMB, I1USS& CO.,!
THR p.rtnrMp e.i.ttnt between 1. Tenth, John
T Hn. and , i.u. Jl . linn, h..intlMilrT e.pir-il
for th pnf).,, of ronttmilnf t H hn.tnea, of Tomn,
lln.. ll Co., nndrr the aame nam and at, I a krrto-fir-.
'I h.r ulll b no Ini.rniptlmt In the hn.in.. a.h-r.
tiifor.cnnilHi-t..il. and the ..me rule, will beob.er.ed
in lh.payn.ent of ini.re.l,i?:: mtm
3 month, 4 par cent.
S t "
l " A '
rvriin.-,,tea,( allr.ea pn alii, on demand.
P. TtlVlli, Jtilll T. HI Htt, 11. K. Ill-PK,
A. U. 8.NK.U H, JOHN (III. 1. 111.
S. Wenner & Co.,
Jen;r90n St., nonr German Cutlio
lic G'hnrcl', TilHn, Oliio.
AFINK.(rli nf th In tr.'titTloinr Mural". at.. n-
in th Kt mnnnar anit f III mn.t itnmtila
mntariaU. oon.tnnllv on hanil, nn.l prrmptlT tnmta to
nr.lor. wTJ. II.. WKNK k C'll.
Dr. at. IVIt'Arioo,
pmmptW nttenit to nil i-alU, aiiKar in Tlf.
r An or fimmlrr, i n tminM.rina to tha atHii'tail.
1'nrlif.iilnr .it.ntion puiil to rVitinl. ilit.n.. Hlww
.ml t'lnnirii lixthi connvrtil tththa ortio. mailii-atao
nhen.iani.iiT"r.i.rvhr hiinll. tIRra ratof tha
Wooilrn ItitilB,'.' I VVitrd.Tlriin, Ohio.
I'irr liK V A A A KXT.
l.iirVj- .V- Carrinpc lanu-
Ennt of the Conr lliittno.on Market Slrcct.
ITItm. Ii. V. Allen,
Milliner & Dress Maker,
Rrvnm over P. K . Phnwhftn'. fnr, Mnia lUsfl.
Titrm.Uhio. Uut Uili, Ik'.h Cm
OYVXW. f Hhnwh Bloott.yj tinrr, H(fftl
nn ir (Ii I'iiIidm Ollio, Mrkt trrt,Tilfin,U.
MKItf If ANT TAI1.UR.
NI DfMlrr In Rpifljr-Mna ClolhUf, C'lotht,
o 1 1 p i . e lli Ptnc Conntjr
tStnriton Mnitt itrvvl
1) AVIS HOUSK.
(Formerly culled the "City House.")
LEVI WEIRICX, Proprietor.
Th nndenisnt'd df tire to inform all hifriendt and
ibelntr pitlron ot'th I'itv H(m. (now tti lvit) that
hia holol m roaily tnr toe, rtrt-piion or niieiii.
Hoii hai hern re-built, re-furiiithed and t now a
jivod a any in the country .
I now hnvf) i'slilin iioii(b to aiflommoflatarT nam.
heroilioraet.ond villalwny.li.ive nn abumlimri ot ffi'd.
TitTln fMober !. V Jfl tf
il. XOJBOn, , ?-rO
llnvin p-iiu;inrii(lv Itn iiio.i in I tunvi:) liajitat upHiivd
at WmiMir'' DriitT Hnd llnk hiir. No. 1 Miawban't
UI0.7k.anri Mlirttan inafrttitinn ot hititwk olWatcbei.
rio ka, Jewelry nnd Hilrvr waie, and liupca to merit
alinroj ot'publir aironrr.
Rpntritikf done in the tet tylnrworkin.'inbip.
Turin, June 3, Iro'J.
MISS E. T. COBURN
Ha juM returned from New York atnJ f ched
Full AssonTifKNT of Millinery,
( nmiintinf Hnta, Capi, IKad-driii. Ameriua and
Krn-h Klowrn, Kmliroidcriei, Veil. HanilkerulMila,
.finis, rnmm itmr.i or. em, Miteniioii tKirU, ,
bht will bo hnppy to wait npon all hat favor lir with
call. AM order promptl attended to.
Ob Maioatrcvt, IB llln. k'i lllock. Tiffin. ap!5
IV. II. Park, HI. II.
niYSJClAN AND SURGEON,
OK Fit!!', on Mitin trirt,
oppoiita ltlac.'t lllock;
Dr. Traukliu Is at Home again,
and huer'ng at.ooUled bitnaelf with
HI R. SAMUEL GEE,
w will do all work ent mated to ni promptly, anit
IVnrrant SaliMfact ion.
Ir. kjawnklin mnv h permitted to tvmind tbii coin
mnntii.wiat nn eMierU'iio in 'Icilictne rih rurinr
vnablea bin to treil diened Teeth and (innii wild
lielteiaiiceeaa than aoine who it vie themtelvea HirauRON
Di ntiaU, but nbote claim to thai till i altogether tab-
AI!nprxonbain lU'CAYKD TEETH. DISEAP.
El (.1 1H, or in wnnt of ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
will do well to en l at nnr office, on deor Vet of dliaw
haa Home, ou Perry at.
K. FRANKLIN. SAMUEL GER.
TilHn, June 17. lM!).
BANK OF TIFFIN:
fcllAWlIAN'S NEW IH.OCK,
THIS RANK WILL CONTINUE
to inninri n general Hanking bqnintH.tnd pay interest
on ieputiisu i(iuowi
3 moniiia, 4 per cent,
fl 5 i
l ( a " '
Cfrtificatei. prr.:& in an o,.. . -
K. i)t'HKYt A. U. HltllTH, tfTBPHBN DOIIMT,
tepd Hanker. '
rodct the Lives of Yourselves
and Families !
l'ROTECT YOUR PROPERTY
The tindrrsiirnet' won Id reapeetfully annoonce to th
Public l hni he hn. (Uat recl vod supply ol lb ceieura-
ted t, IJon M AM
Electro Elagnetlc Conductor,
which he is at all times ready to pat nji on iliort notio,
an, Inn f naarnialila tkTTIIB.
Tins Hint is the best now In 0, nno is ibsi iaatna;iiie
.UA. ..r .11 Mhen. heme th Comhloed Copiwr
ma I'ntilr. in I'.irtni sniea. therefore, ail pilutaj don't
rust, being supplied with Zinc Hellenes, and hat nior
surtu.ee tliao any ottiet uonuot tor uow 1 n s .
1 . nr r-iiiuiit.
N. H. Alio, prepared to pot tl other kind of Hotli
Nr. Mary li. Anderson,
Upper Mrinilntliy, Ohio,
Main .lra.1',. l"" Nu'lhuf ''"
V. J. & O. II. KINNAMAN
Rn.pactfully lender Ihi-ir l'rife..lonal wrlc. ta
nr. piepac.d to perli.rm .11 tha operation, conaectad
wllb tlio aclanra 01
pon tk most improved and selenlilie priaeiplea.
VaiMis.tW.inne it wiIIIm wailed uponailheirmidao-
ces, AUordstn will raueiv proo.pt aitentioa.
All Work will bo Warranted.
CHARGES M O D K A T
farotWo in room formerlr rveapied by Or. jUoht-
HHt corner " VA al,iue;tnti and Markot lUeeM .
Tkrrm, (JM, Apd. .Vta, iesV.
The unilorBiKniI oilur their ucr-
,lon. loth pablio a leader, on tho Vifdion,
ftud.anou.oiherln.lrn,nt.i alao, 1. lht;rk,
Ktaneh, La.liak arid li.rni.n IniiL'ua.,.
J. JAi: llAll.l.KKI X..
Orrtc.i Waablnjlua tuaat, Loo.aor'a lnnldin(i
JKKftlKM wlahtni, to oatabll.k MaaofktlorlM
new and Ikrl.trf pnw., eiwr. ar .
. .. I.UI.W...I WUre Itwaaaoaaoa HeotteiLt'Skt
Cheap Goods! Cheap Goods!
ana uai ittufc.iv t.u
NO. 3, TOM ITS IH.OCK,
AN EI.KOANT ASSOKTMKNT OP
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
All who want to gvt tho unrth of ihir mntifj
c .i Ij Jj .i .V if ij ; ,
ml ihtf will flntl th
GREATEST BARGAINS I
r o!Wrdlo tb putllr.of ry lhlrt la th
niLLiriERY FANOT LINE.
Aim, lha lata, I lm r.il
A. h M. A. IIIHHANU.
N. B. Coim'tf MiMinM inpplttd on liberal tm.
Hools and Allocs
Selling Cheaper than Ever!
I will Sell my EntWo Stock of
Boots (J Shoes,
AT LOWER PRICES,
Thnn I hnrm mtrr rrVril them to tht public befrre.
I htva Men. lln-, Vmilha and Inlnnl. Mooia an.l
PhiMti a)o, iJittie. Miimi ami l-rithlrrni Uaitir.t
Mnrot-ro, Ki.l and Cajf Lav U.o(.t and Unrj dliov
Thn Sitoolt i First Huality
Eastern and Home made Work,
and ft wilWnit all frnn that wnnt a )po1 artlrle.
;, mo a mil. m it (or t nth, ami " PH
onl-, iiitha tld Hoot and Hbo Pu t. No. 3 r'Kert'.
MlfH-k. 1 IH M AH HK A.
Cuitnmer work mad In ortlir uannt oc?-3m
IIouso Moving and liaising.
S. S. RISING E It
Ot'I.D nnnnnnf to th rltlten Ttffln. and fm
ft and atlMiiiiMt ronnltn tihi h it amitly iir
pared wit all tb oJt oary aiiiatu ftir
HtM'iiig or liaising
Houses, Barns, Sec. Sec.
of all lit.., .nilto any ili.tnoi'o rnnaifpil, wjlhoot injnry.
IIb Ukdehstands this Rotes 1
t""Ch.rffi. moiirr.l. Girnhim . Call.
Tillin, .Mnj 13th, li-.IP tf
NEW ARRIVAL of GC0D3
A. & B. Kucbler's
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
Itlaiu Street, Tiflln, O.
W .kTaVhi., , liiotthi;
larjo.t t- k ol
Boots cto SllOCS,
1 i" a Ttiri) e T.'f 1V1'IV"'
Ui'li. t.V l'IIIiliU,
oraro'n.ro. latk.t tnarkat, whiok o m
RF!J. J.UW fur l3Ar.II, OM..
I.IIW fur lift""i
CALL A!tu Dr.11 benr Von bur ole-
b,r. A. rk a, KU EDI. Ell.
Tillin, HfHt.SJ, 'SB. 3rd
Woald inform bla caslomers that he. has removed to
a. & it. ki i:iiLi:it's
W'har ho will haronflvr ha found rontly and wilhn
to wait apo. thm. All who want.
Good Fittino Root ou Shoe,
will plrat. ,ir. him . cull, .1 th. plaok .oov. m.a-
TilBn.Nor. 4, 1H33 3m
I:LUS lllCO'.H A: CO.
(Huccessors to B. A. fhiedley and llrotbers )
Carriage ITIaiiu laclurtTr;
At Kcnublic, Seneca Co., Ohio.
Woald respectfully announce) loth Public thatthey
hfivn pnrehaaed the Alnnutaotory hpretotorebelonginf
to 11 A. tSheilduy and Hrottier-, and are prepared to do
all kinds of work in their line and will ooostanlly keep
CAKBIAt.KH. HUlltllKn, and Pl'l.KIKM,
Wliiehlliey Da'terliieuis.iv.. ihall b avuond to none in
KrtiMlilir.iielolieivinu, ,;-'. ir
Joi.T. fcllii. Jessie, It. V.Ut, Geo. Pheidley.
CASH FOR WHEAT!
Th.MKliel Market Mr nlwnyt Paid at tha "War
whpat.,Rre, Cora and Oats.
When Farmer brinj their drain to Market, they w ill
always find s on hand witlilh"UocDinentt.M
it" taivc us n tall. J?X
I31LL & OSBORN.
Th ondorsijriied havi opened an itnsiv
In R.pnSlie, woald r.-pfi-lfoll. ..., ,ia el'li.n. or
Hanaca, and adjoining uonntie., lii.t .v ,M OB nIll) a
larya stock ot'th tir.t innlii)r of .iiunWyi knj
t praptrvd to fornnh w.jroia, .01 np In a. . ,, aud
w,irkman-l ko manner a onn h Itiaito ia th. at.
I, . hl'iiii.
..fnl til St IIIS MtllMHIS
CANNOT HE SUKFASSKP,
For light running and perfect ay rumelry of form, which
lopelhwr with llmir durability, rentiers them mure tlesir
able than thoae niade in any other section ol the Hale.
II will keep ounitt.ntly on hand nil forma and sixes
I'ipe Koi Wagtms thai may be deaired, and will sell
them viteaper ihanoan b purchased in any other p:iit
oftl.e West. C. UsllOKN,
Hepubli, feneca fo. Ohio, June
ua. tm a
SEGARS & TOBACCO.
Tb noderiigned barlnf aitabDsbed a
SEGAR & TOBACCO STORE,
ON WASHINGTON BTHERT.
N...1. on.Ki.ii. the tolirt Home, oll.r. for ..la
wholesale and relail, the bet lailiott.d II arena, Cuba,
yoiaand tliunailio He. art; .lao U.t hrtnd, of rhaw.
.....j....i.,..,ol,o 1.. IIOKNtiTKIN,
00 1 v aftliiiiatonat., naarljrop. th. Court lloeio.
Mi. -iuli a 11 IIohmc
nrrbaed Oia intereu and 6lturea la the
Phawhan homo Barbel Bliop, lorm.rly holme to
Mile,, the under.iglied lke thia nieliiod or lurormine
th pablio tliat the, ara reedy nt all tin,"., al ta.
aland ona door north of th tihawha lioa.e, to .in
u,tu.i a food .have, a trim batrnat.aad a lax.liaal
thauipooaiof .1 Ike itto.i raaiiiaanie ''"-
,,. i.vonh at wonzob.
T. F. JIAVFAl'OUT,
No. M West Fourth at., between M'al
at and Viu, Ci.clna.tl. otilSS-ll
Al l. W AN TINO PAHMrl la adeli(htrtil allrnal..
rich Mill, and.cnr.firm lrou,froe advertimeat
of ll.inmoaton ltnd. in another column. Jll3.Sm
S- HIlK lil'HIMK-iH and FaeMriea aaa bo earn.
prnritahlr at Uaaaouotoo. km iilrtlw.l
ll.ainonron I and.. )n-m
11 Al.f .VAaflSli FARM kM kd"rtl.n,M
miimmm i. an"
;Ji(fiu hXtM) tjr.lmnc.
Written for the Tribune.
BY E. RANDALL.
TIiom Mr u iHrtiT f Gvnnun V,
Tl't tpmint rnirntio U-rr;
Hmw fuucK MMt!o hnrinutiy,
They bUiitl with uf y.r.
Thry cat k veil uf mrntTy
lloutnl laqnil. of nM 1av..
Thny Utile tli- i-"Rf uf liiftt'ry,
. fehcy'f cllin ntvs.
To roliotn of ntiinity,
Tli'y Icml k myntio (raw;
Thay ((lv tlif puittf J Iniijuily,
lU gvmau 7T. "" trfft
Thry pnittt tht! .Ioi of pliivklry,
AVhrn knii--M. wM to krtnt;
And mat .t" tfrmai-f'tl rirnlry,
T rtT tluir Ijtdm charm,
Or Jil with dnuntli-M bravor",
Theif Lmly L.rtk poliittinnila;
To war gttinst v run t knd knkTiry,
Or ln.rrh to nitHili in land..
Tlify kin of dknifk irho fokrlc.ly,
Joined in 111. ulithekotue chai
Or out kt bnntjut M'rlMt.ty,
In bt'kuty'k pruudoat plnce.
Of luTiTk iuuaitir Mi.fully,
WlisM growa th frtiitful vink,
Fv.lK)iiid from hrnti.'hfa (tntot ftilly,
Along the tattled Kliino.
Of uluttdk Hint roll tholr vmry
l)ark maov ft.r on hth,
Or hang in prnoi-ful draptTy,
Upun Ui -nilrn ky.
The aw.frlial dprink of por.y,
Thkt to tho heart bvlong;
Flow forth in rich wild ni.d.dyi
In tinaint old Uertiian kung.
RIFT IN A CLOUD.
Andrew Leo camo home at cyenini?
from thn ahon where he had worked all
day, tired and out ol apinU; came homo !
to hia wifo, who was klso tired and out of,
tm.ted to apeak an angry word.
but controlled hiiiiicll, ami kept kilencc.
" could find 110 fault with the chop, nor
lino awoei Hoinc-matiB orcou, nor iitu ira
lilAI 1 rBI)t t(,a They would have cheered hie
inward man, if thore had only been a
.!rlf,m f aunahine on tlio face ufhia wife..
Me nuUcta that .lie (Jul nul toi.
"A kmilingwife and a cheerful home
what a paradiao it would be!" aaid Andrew
to himself, aa ho turned hia eyee from tho
clouded face of Mrs, Lee, and eat down,
with knitted browa, and a moody aapect.
Not a word waakpukon by either- Mr
L, e wan getting supper, anc ano uiorcd
about with a weary atep.
"Come," aha auid at luat, with a aide
glance at her huaband.
There waa invitation in the word only,
nono in the voico of Mr. I.ce.
Andrew aroao and wont to the tabic.
"Are uti h.-; WC" TT'" The words
were on r. 's lins, but he (Jul nr.run,..
for the fk.,0 of his wife looked sorepellant
that ho lonrcd an irritating reply. And
bo, in moody silence, the twain ajit togeth
er until Andrew had fininhed hia supper.
As ho pushed hia chair back, his wifo a
rose, and commenced clearing off tho ta
bic. "This is purgatory !" eaid Lee to him
self, as he commenced walking tho floor
of their little breakfast room, with his
hands thrust denporately away down into
nis trvtor. fmiuit. and bitLchin nlniogjj
IVIll I.IIIJf 111. Ulb'UU
Alter removing all the dishes, and tak
ing them into tho kilchen,Mrs. Lee spread
a green cover on tlio tuhlo, and placing
troth trimmed lamp thereon, went out, mid
shut tho doot after her, leaving hor hue-
band alone wild nia unpleasant leolines
Ho took a long deep breath as she did so,
paused in Ins walk, atood still for aomo
momenta, and then drawing a naner from
hia pocket, aut down by tho table, opened
tlio kiieet, and commenceu roading. (Sin
gularly enough tho words upon which his
cyea rested were, "Praise your wife."-"
They rather tended to increase tho dia
turbance of mind from which he waa suf
fering. "I should liko to find some occasion for
praising mine." How quickly bia thoughts
expreaaed that ill nutured sentiment. Uut
his eyea wera on the page before biin.and
he reud on.
"Praise your wifo, man; for pity's aake
give her a little encouragement; it won't
Andrew Lee raised his eyes from tho pa
per, and muttered. "ui, yea. 1 oat's all
per, Kiiu inuitrri.. a n an
Very well. Praise is cheap enough. But
-1 10 niiiiDU luo, mi 11 110, aim iu., iui ,uv
praise her for what! For being aullen.and
making your home the most disagreeable
piece m tlio world!" Ilia oyea fell again
to the paper.
"tide has made your homo comfortable
your hearth bright and shining, your food
agreeable) for pity's aake, tell her you
thank hor, if nothing more. Hho don't ex
pect it; it will make bur eyes open wider
than they have for ten years; but it will
do her good for all that, and you, too."
It seemed to Andrew as il this sontence
in a new direction. vrinal, w
It waa the eouipteie answer
11 "tion, "praise her fur
and he leli ,. , rohuko.
no farther, lor li..oLt eame too ,
in a new direction. ,.. .
victing hiin of injustice to-.rd his wife.
he had always made bia homo .s com
fortable for bun aa hr.nds could make
and had heofl'ured the light return of praise
or commendation! Had he ever told
of the satisfsction he had known, or
comfort experieucsdl lie waa not able
recall the time or the occasion. Aa
thought thus, Mrs. Lee camo in from
kitchen, and taking hor work basket from
a closet, placed it on tha table, and sitting
down, without speaking, began to sew.
Mr. Lee glanced almost atealthily at
work In her hands, and aaw it waa the bo
som of s ahlrt, which aho waa stitching
neatly. . He knew that it waa for him
waa at work.
"Praise your wife," The words were
beforo the eyes of his mind, and he could
not look away from mem. lint no was
not ready for thia yet. He still felt moody
and unforgiving. The expression
wife's face be interpreted to mean ill na-1
ture, and with ill nature ho had no
His eyea fell upon tha newspa
per that lay apread out before him, and
read the aentence:
"A kind, cheerful word, apoken in
gloomy home, ia like the rift in a cloud
that k:U toe aunanino uirougn.
Lea atruiriled with himself a while
lono-er. His own ill ni
iiuered firet; hia moody accusing spirit
to be subdued. But he waa cotuiiif right,
il is own ill nature had to be con-liert
1 kt Itut (r,.t riKlit to will. Srxi
theqitektioB kntohnw h ahotild be
lli) thoufht of many thinpa to kkf,
frpd to any thm lrt hi wift khould
nrrt hik kdranrek with k cold rrhtilt".
aJW, Iraninu towkrd her, tnd takinj;
!iUi'lin,.nwmU1(1 which !
vte i at ni,. In a mice cttrrtully
m tinikliHl with kinisn,., .
' You are doing that w'.v crr .mauti
ft ly, Mary.'
Mm. Lpo matin no ronltr. Tlnl ln rw.
hjnd did not fail to otnorvo that hn hu)
'.i'' '""'""I'T. -t rii-itl envlno-kwithl
':""""' nor, kiuit,,,. ho, ti,, tic
mliion of lirrntM-ilii had rra.t d.
I'My ahirts aro bt-ttor ma.lo, and wttHt-r
tlan any other man in our khip."akid Ltf.
ifoiiraa t cn on.
"Are thpy." SI:. Ie-, Toir0 w I,.w.
at in it a klichthun.r.. sh ii.l u.t
Hill h.Tfsn. h.?f iuta. 4 g,w
ahe It knod a little l iward him. vr- i.nn
hmkrn the irn of roanrvo, anl e'l t v
now, Hi. hknd n ainnnu tha eluutla,
ana a trw ri-ohle ryk wort1 klrckdy atrttjf-
gnne inrotigh thp rilt it had mad
"Vei, Mary," heaiKweretl,oftly;"anil
"o heard It anid morn than once, what
a pnod wife Andrew I.e moat hnve."
Mr I.eo turned her fkco towartla her
hnahand. Therowaaa lifht in It, and
lifht in her rye). Put there wan aotne-
tiling in the oxpreaaiun of tho eotttitenanro
that puzzled him.
"lio you think lol" iho keked, quite,
"What a nueetion!" eniaciiloted Andrew
Leo, atartluir up, and ctiinir arottnd t" the
aide of tho table where hia wife wita it-
tinR' "What a question. Mary I" ho re.
prat'd aa ho atood beforo her.
"D youl" It waa all ahe aoitl.
'Yea, dnrllntr." waa hia warmly apoVen
anawor, and heatoopetl down and kiitaed
her. "How atranpo tint you ahotild atk
111 r- atirli a qtieKtionl"
"If you would only tell nic ao now and
then, Andrea-, it would dome good." And
Je. I.eo krone, and leaning aninut the
manly breast of her hunband, atood and
What a atronp light broke in npon the
n lnd of Andrew I.eo. lie had never gir
n to hia fkithful wife CTt ti the aniall re
ward of praieo for all the loving interr.t
ahe liml litnni rM.t., dull. ...1 !.
Lf hia l,.v h.d ,,t..,.l l.o,..,i ..,.1
thc iKht around her thick darkneaa. No
wonder that her faro grew i lotided, nor
that what ho considered mitndition. an.l
ill nature took poaseauion of her spirit.
"Yon are good and true, Mary. BIy own
dear wife. 1 am proud of you 1 lovo
yot and mv first tieairo ia for your han-
piitess. Oh, If I could always aeo your
o sot". jiiy nomo wou 111 bo the
Ni' place tin earth."
' Ht"y precious to me aro vnur wordn
of Ioto and praise," aaid Mra. I.eo, sinil
ine up through her tears Into his face.
"With them in my uars.my heart can never
lie in snatiow."
How eaay had bcon tho work for An.
draw Lee. He had swept his huiid aeroaa
the cloudy horizon of his home, and now
thc bright sunshine w as streaming down,
and flooding that home with joy and beauty.
T. S. Arthur.
Smith and Thompson! or Virginia
Savages. Past and Present.
uur readers will readily recall
touciup atory of John Smith, a fugitive
alire and adventnrer, who aftorwarUe be
came one of tho first colonists of James
town, in Virginia. His small company
of lieu would soon have perished for want
of Tood if he had not stolen the Indian
idii, Okee, made of skins stulTcd with
ins, and compelled the natives
retecm it with a largo purchnae
corn, Whilo exploring tho Chicka
hcninny, however, he was ecized by the
ciicmy, having killed three of them in tho
aim taken beforo the great
PnwiuUdi.o. I art predeceskor of Oov.
Wiae, wIru seared tm hi atumnofa
throne and clothed in raccoon skins, con
tlcmned tho poor fellow to death. Hut
beside tho throne of the chief atood two
ol his dunky daughters, who compensated
Smith, and one of whom, the Chief 'a
Pocahontas, resolved to save
lib. When tho grim warriors, thoroforo
hiouglit in two big atonea on which Smith
laid hia hood, and their war-eluha were
raised to drop upon his day-light forcvor,
sle rushed between the executioners
tloir victim, and, by her passionate
induced the savages to suspend
tleir blows and suffer Hmith to depart.
Thoae old red Indians seem to us
hive mora roal humanity in them
many of the whitoa who now occupy
places. Tho story of Thompson, is ltr
in some respects to tho story of Smith.
He had committed an outrageupon
icol of the Virginians numed in
cue Cuffeo, not Okee had been rnptur
al, and would have been tried and con
demned o death if tho blood thirsty
.!. . - ... J
' rarity ot uirj rnuunrri vitniana. O'S.
' puhla of reaf raint than that of tho old Vir-
giniaus, could have awaited the slow
cisions ol authority. It could nut.
to the tcatimony of Mr. Hunter,
cue of tho actora in tho affair, and a
of the Prosecuting Attorney Iu the Har
per's Ferry trials, a crowd of armed
malted into the room of tho hotel where
Thompson was confined, and would
put him to an instant and brutal death.
uut the daughter of the landlord,
Miss Foulke, with a heroism that surpass
es even that of Focahonlas, threw herself
between the guns of those maddened
reckless Slavs-drivers and their obje
whom ahe caught in her arms,
sought their mercy. "For ,jU ,ao,
.unit" ulin ..1,1 .Out tlw 1W tBkO
J 5n,ir - i.r a ro--ei'1 thf7 deaisted
from their work revenge; but for a
noiit only Neither the holplesa condi.
Ion of the prisoner, nor that noble
lanly appeal, could soften the hearts
vages, as the words of Pocahontas soft-
tied thoae of the ancient braves. They
vairired ThomD.on from the sheltering
m of his protector, baled him liki-fa
jgioroii"Q me atreets, emit, tlio nootiug
ititl howling of a frenzied crowd,
then they had got him to tho railroad
J-itlge, already nearly dead with bruises,
key riddled his body with their r'fle balls.
overnor Wiae is reported to have
at he wept for the cowardice of the
at Harper'a Ferry, and well
ay hkve wept; for a cowardice ao
ptible of panic that it turna men, not
kkvagea, but wild beasts, la indeed
deplored. JVeie York Pott.
'Give the Devil his Due.'
A Norwich, Ct., correspondent of
Has it ever occurred to you that Gov
eor Wise is at the bottom of this Har
pe'a Ferry insurrection? Brown waa
Mcsvoring to carry out the programme
Muk the Governor had proposed
iinelf in ease Fremont bad been elected
'rotident, viz.; Seize the araeual at 11
Ferry, raise an army, march
V aahincrtun, tuke possession ot the
Ind dissulre Die Union.'
What the South Has Had.
Tht Albany Kittling Journal hkk hern
comparing the aocountk of tho North and
tha Smith, nd Mk rentilt rnitle tho hal
knee ol p 'litical for and powt-r Urp-ly
on U10 kido of lite latter, Southern men
and alave holdere having hkd during the
period k'neo tho organization of the (Jov-
ernment rr far the largekt khare of all of-
lirea .,f'hor and p lit. It pmimrratek!
h.. . .. . . ,,.t
-fitruioiu7 nwnpro nnu uy .ouin-
rrn uuwi iA nUvciMl-Km IW wtr forty-
eiht yara tinl hy Northnrn niii I
thl.. t.,...lw . n.k.a
,..1 if .'IIIT'IITC 1 vniwi "
The rronidoncy of tho Senate h. hoe,,
huldera, eaeept ft-r tlitee or four kCkniui.k
hy Northern men.
filled by Southcro men anil alavcholtWa
'ti-nvo jrearn, and by Northern men but
Tho Kiip;0 Court I now, and for
many yeare has i,,n ro ront!tuted that
a mnjnrily of tho JuVek, including the
Chief Juittice, are alkvclt M,.ra.
Tho Kuc.rotnryahip of ISt.to ,ita been
filled by Poulhern men ami alavtliiJd,,rl
forty-ycara, by Northern men but twenty.
Th Attorney. Ornrrnltihip haa hoen
filled by Houthern men and alareholtlera
forty-two yoara, and by Northern men but
The Hecretnryahip of Navy haa been
held by Houthern men and alavrhuldeia
fourteen out of the Uat aixteen year.
Thia list the Journal add" "might
bo Indefinitely prolonged throughout all
tho department! and all the aubordinnte
efficekoftho Government. Everywhere
tha Southern men and alavehohlt ra have
hnd tho lion's shnro. Nor is this tho only
way in which they have monopolised a dis
proportionate shnrc of powor. Under near
lyevery Adniiniatratlon since If UO,(f xcept
two years of Tyler) the Northern men
holding offico hnvo been subaervient and
willing toola of tho slavehohling party,
nnd have aided to carry out w hatever pol
icy it dictated. Woro the two aectiona
of tho country equally balanced, thia
would bo unjust enough. But it la in
finitely more ao, when It Is considered
thnt the North, thus deprived of ita powor,
ia tho aectlon whoso Interests aro to lo
legislated upon and adjudicated, tho sec
tion contributing by far the Inrgcst por
tion of the public revenues, and contain
ing by far the largest portion of tho pop
ulatioii, Intelligence, wealth and eiiler-
prise of the Union."
Wo aupposo no one will dispute
Attorney General Black, tho confidential
Irirnd and official adviser of Mr. Buchan
an, correctly rtprerents the stylo of Dr-I
mocrary now dominant at Washington.
Ho is an authorized oxponent of theviewa
of tho Administration. Ha ha been spec
ially put forward to controvert and
tho positions of the Littlo Rebel
on the chief issue now beforo the people
that regarding Slavery in tho Territo
ries. Judge Black's documents on
subject aro official and "filial." What
the vicwa thus proclaimed as orthodox
National Domocraey" are, L'io Cincin
nati Enquirer thus briefly, and wo think
very correctly, atatea, with "robelllous"
"They the Opposition would like
nothing better than to see tho Democrats
occupying Judge Rlach's Wurra. which
tripped of its verbiage, ia simply this:
'f'l. if. , ft 1 IA. 'I'......,.... M....I
have neyro ilavery at Ufig iu thtir Ter
ritorial condition lattt, uneliier they
tire it or not. In his judgment they have
no right to legialato against the institu
tion, but must allow it. With such a plat
form the Oppokition know the Democrats
would not carry s township in tho
states, and that tlioreloro, Uioir triumph
would bo a sure and easy one."
Douglas and the Enquirer.
The Louisville Courier, which correct
ly represents tho Democratic sentiment
of Kentucky, and the South In general,
very scvero upon the Enquirer, of
eity, for continuing to talk of Douul
ru.i. d jj-...tur vauQKlata.
"The editor of tho Cincinnati Enquirer
knows well lliut, even if nominated
Charleston, Mr. Douglas could not
the electoral voto of a aingle Houthern
State; without tho aupport of ne entire
South ho knowa thut ge-tleinan could
not be elected to th Presidency;
knowing this, ho Iwiowe thot In endeav
oring to sernr iho selection of its favor
ite by tho ""t'onal Democratic Conven
tion, ' doing all in his power to
the defeat of the Democracy
in lbtii), to bring about the election of
Black Republican and to render a disso
lution of tho Union Inevitable. We
not charge that this is his object, but
will be the effect of his labor if
should bo successful. Yet, the F.nquirer
whether to gratify iu spite against the
of Mr. Buchanan, or
some other motive, per.iatently attempts
to sid the aspirations of Mr. Douglas,
misrepresenting and perverting the
tiuients of tho Southern Democracy in
to hiin and hia heresies. "
OyThe Democrats of the Sixth Con
gressional District of Illinois have nomi
nated one John A. McClemand to fill
vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon.
Thomas L. Harris. McClemand was
1854 the bitter opposer of Judge Dutig
laa, and consequently his nomination
caused much dissatisfaction. Tho
have nominated Hon. John
Palmer, who is personally very popular.
Hia friends hope thai through the disaf
fection of the Democrats in the District,
hia etoction may be aecurcd.
fJrThe Logan Gazette, (Democratic)
"There is a bitter war
tween the Dotii'laa and anti-Doui'iae
inludikna. Ditto in Ohio, and pretty
much the kame all ovarl" And yet we
told lite Poiuucratio psrtj is a uuit.
The "Legitimate Drama" Revived
—A New Version of
[From the Rochester Dally Express.]
nir. elinifton Sleet -It, tlio ireutltunkn
who, kk the ritt,Ti iMirtur mnna(;tir of our j
The.pit: Templo, ha hith rt catero I an
Kjn,, Ritl,r( ,,,
aucceal'ully t )th ilrainnl;e tut of our
people, lp aooii to fnvur 111, we an' inforin-
ed, with a tliratric.il riMircont iti.in
Few of our read 'ra,
we upprrhrn.l. Imvi not Av.ln.r.! or n
upU with mtniir.itinH, tliin. one cf tlir
. im,',,,,,,,,,,,,, who ,,,, tll,,
Kiili.lt thr. i n; and havinif ifratili'-d hia
'"','!'lnn at th a n-rilice ti( Ink iiulilrit
pt't'r". i' rit.in,it tvnn aju rdily ful-
bT t"UI .., 1I... rir'l,1.ah,l
m.ikt popuUr tr..K. '.lira of the imniorrnl
Oartl. rt-krleaa, Mooilv, liohl. rf.olnto
the death ol the nn il r.mt.
In tho aeenir proltul in the I rrilic t mii
bat. we b.'hold.tlie "tent-Jlfiel I." vl.re
bentllnir th" watehra of the nlrU. Il
vnl prince, (Richard anil Kichimind) itl.ip
upon thoir anna. In thin interval of re.
poeo they aro roaprelivrly tiait d by the
ghoalaol the tleparled alnin upon whoce in
nocent neck Kit hnril hul cliinhed into hia
royal aeat. Theae apparlrton. elt.l- l-.r..r
the tinion of the until per, and torturn hia
guilty aplrit with hitter proplio.y nnd c-
rtiaation while, to the trmililril mul u
Richmond, tiny impart the happy Oli
guric, of ancecna.
Thi. arene ia onn of tlio meat thrilling
and effective Hint the piece aflor.L, ana
with certain citienilatiHiia of character
and of text, wo aiiliiuit the .nine to the
cm, ,,!.,.., I'thii,. jU Krp partial tn
ll will reiiuire 110 great evercine of im-
B'jinittion, on the part of the render, to
aubetitnto Old Muck the first f. r It chmd
the Third, Scwnrd for Kii liiiioinl, and tin
cotempornry actors of tho Anierienn
drama for thoso of Sliakenneari''a crea-
tion. Willi this index to the 'argument,'
the audience will pie nar'sit down in front.'
Timk Eve of scci.t.,1 Tuendny in No-
vemher. S.-khk I'reaencefhsinher
tho Whiro IloiiHO. Old Illicit diaenved,
surrounded by etllcc-holders and otlice
seeknrs, haulboya, abort-hoys, i r
Old Buck Here will I be to-night
but whero to-morro I Well, all's ono
for that I How stand the adverse put
Cat.a Their name is lepion.airel For
ney and Doiielita, traitors to yi tir cause,
stand mitlwny 'tween the hosts; their
wavering bodcatis ill. Inle wily (Sew
ard henila the Blat k Ilepuhs, and every
instsnt multiplies his arnisl
O. il. tjive mo a stotiu of enrn-jutro
piping but! ror l.ittlu Dug nml t oruey
what cure II Tho head of th. ir frieniia
shall glut my Ire. Drain) th'. cup rare.
llalivcly. aitist do I tear Hill Seward;
but now stands Mew inik)
Fernando Wootl Things bad begun
mnUo strong themselves ly ill.
row at Syracuao wts all aim iig
friends; congenial spirits wrangled,
tho issue is unchungt tl. I'nnly has nam
ed the perjurors, and will out-count
registered opposition, however rtronp
O. B I am entlkfh-d. rlaveaM Tirr-I
nior ready, 'end onm. mgnln t rrtltfr..
I Retires to his ctuieh.J
The Ohosta ol Kanaka Oovernors
lilionts. I, ft ua sit neavy on tny
to-morrow. Think how thy bloody
(whoso acts thou didft endorse,)
aent us untimely, to the new-discovered
country from whose bourno no Governor
returns! Wo now ore ministers of
chnstinemeiit. Therefore, despair
die! To yewsrd.) Bo cheerful, Seward;
for tho souls of six hutrhcrud
light in thy behalf.
Tho ghost of Matty Van rises.
and iruilty.iriiiltily awake! Thou who
stab ino in the field of llaltimoro hy
eral Two-Third Rule, and changed
Democratic hosts to Federal legions
theu traitor to Democracy, despair
diet To Howard. Quiet, untroubled
awoke, awukc and fight and conqttcr.for
Columbia a sake.
O. B. turna uneasily on hit conch.
Tho shade of Jefferson appears When
I waa mortal, my anointed body by
wiik punched with federal, deadly holes
n.i.:. t. ... .i. .1 u. : .i.:..i.
1 1I1I1S tut VIID nir.Yi-1. oiii.a.iuiin mil...
established snd w hich you overthrew
trampled. Therefore, despair and die
Madison lf my life was a blessing
yours is a bane; for my act expnnged
the word alavery from tho coin put t of
Old Thirteen; whileyours has spread
Curse o'er all our virgin soil. Oh! iu
buttle think ou Madison, 'and die in
of thy guiltiness! To Seward.
op thy heart, and be thou not discourag
ed; God and good ougals fight on
Washington., and the tUstners of
acciuratioii. Let us sit heavy on
soul to-morrow. Thou snd thy slander
ous colleagues would make os hrporrilcs
In our immortal Purlurntion. freedom,
firr which wo fonghf and
an rr! rl ...wl
which we bled au3 died (that L'bcrty,not
Hlnvttry. might pttssess the world,) is
a circumstantial mockery .y your acts.
To-moirow, in tho hsttlo think on
fall thy edgeless eword! (To Seward,
Ac Seward Hepuhlicnn ollspring of
ruthers wo lenvo our wron cd
with you! Pull down this wicked tyrant,
falsely set ill Freedom's grandest
If you do free your children from the
gue of bondage, your children's rhildreu
rthall embalm your memories. Then,
the name of equal Human rights, advanco
your standard, draw your willing aworda,
sound di tints and tnimpots, boldly, cheer
fully "Higher Lw and Bill Seward,
Frank Blair, and Victory!" (jhosts
O. B. atnrti out nfhU drcsm. Give
another hoks! call Scripture Dick
CasM But, soft! I've got the blues!
I fear myself! Buck loves old
(Shadows, to nlgl.t.bsre rtrurk more
ror to my traitorous soul, than could
kubstanre often th oust, ml voters. r.r
sll with Registers, and led by wily
Curtain falla. )
If Sir. Meech will givo us this reiwli-1
of the niece, wo will Insure it
houses till tlio Lit of March 4th
Fossrv say: "Mr. Buchanan himself,
more guilty, iu a moral sense, for
work at Harper's Ferrv, than poor
And again: "11 is (Buchaiian'k)
attempt to carry slavery Into tho nnd'.
hostile locsl opinion is of the
as thkt of John Brown to a;
freedom to a people v. ho would hve
it Tf it avsia riirlit In lainna It,,,
to force alavery upon a people.it was
in John Brown to force freedom upon
South. Their authority vntaide the
was precisely the same. It la unfoltu
nato that Mr. BticluiikU hud not poa.-u
men t-d the honeiv of curuose of oour
i r.r.wn. It would hnt saved the
atel f the Adiiiiuistratioii sr,J iirobsbly
(Ufo of that crscy and d. heled agititr."
The Republican Platform.
From the Emporia (Kansas) News.
RiMitihlit'an platform ik wlilo
titnijr(i etui alruiii piiiiiiv.'h fur errtty trtio
man t,i ntnu.l i;in h .. iml i.nti.,.,ai
t Vi-ry plank and in erury timber. Ilia
i'W'""" the extottkioii of Hlnvry, tip-
.... .1 . , pi ,vu railtv gull Uipt'll III
nwiinlliiiif. It i. in favor of fro" kdiI, fret.
apeech, Irt-o ljh.ir, fr-e hoinrateatia. and
free arhuola. It iain I'RTor of the Pacific
Kkilroait. ami m laor of inakinpthe raila
for it out tif the tnutnitaina ot iron wt
haro al h.nnii, rnt'tcr than rnnniii in
" ''" . nn nrimfinir
1 : , m " lanu
1.1 tin-tit tiuwti ni mo toot ol inoae trtin
ititMiiiinitin, inrmiun lure. la 01 tunner kn.i
t'Yerininea of coal, while our lahormcr
men, who rhnnld b t 'mptoyed In mining
the ronl nml aiinltin and manufacturing
tho iron, r. fnniii tU and def.itute, unri
hle to hoy the t) tir. pork, and heel of tho
farmer, fr want of employment.
r4'ho duor ttf the Konul Itcaii Cnunr;l
iliotiiT Kt wM op, u; no ohuoxioua trnta
or iWriidmg oreinoniea aro required.
1 110 iv.e-t.tj.icr. f-Htlv ia ma.le np ol tlto.
win. wi re once lii tiionrtla, hip, ami
Free Soliera, ami ol thoae . , were nei
ther, but hnro ar.y,t.r(., the right to veto
ineho term H,',tnu uh.Jeto.
1'licre art .Nortln-ni m-.. a.,,t...
I men, f'.aatern men and W eaiern in., '
lunnj ita nieliihcra.
The Roptthlirnn faith ia the fti!th of tho
Falhera of this Republic. 'J'ho aim of
tha party ia t t return t.) tii gi od old
uatlik, from which doughfat'ca and tic in k
guguc ne IrJ m n.'ray.
The Coup D'Etat.
Tho Waohitiut'tn Slnlrs., the J) nivlna
organ in thia city, renews its threat ol a
court ti't lilt in the t vi nt of the election of
a Kepuliiu'iin l iesi lent, w e putniMoM
aomo niouths aeo 0 p.irugrnph from tho
editurinl of th'it Jou-nol, in which t loyd,
'l'lioinntoli, nnd Polib.the-Soutliern ineui-
hers ol the Cabinet, were enjoir.cd by
thoir allegiance to slavery, ncrcr tanr.
render their trusta to the . ianda of "lllaci
at R"H,lll"n""" l eeTuUr, uf
War, waa especially railed upon to hold
fast to his command ol the tumy in the
Tho following ia a reitorr.tion of tho
anmo treasonable sentiment by the States
of Friday lant.
"It would bo expecting too inoch of hu
mnnity to suppouo that tho alavehohling
Mates would rik sulimtasion to men an
Adniiniatratinn aa lllnck Republicaniarrr
would bring to Wellington. Virginia
In view of w hat hns traunpired withiuthe
lant few day, would bo faithless to every
principle which she holds most dew, were
lie to consent to let the Armory at Har
por'k Ferry and the fortillrationa at Old
Point Comfort paaa into tlio keeping of a
Seward, a I lime, a 11. inks, or any other
Black Rnpuhlicnn. hut security could
be furiilhfd her, that the anna therein1
contained would not ho employed for o
We arc not informed by tho D mglae
organ whether ita favorite Douglae is to
bo nude provisional l'reaitlcnt, a Im Oxsa
wadunie Brow ii, or whether Mr. Buchan
an Is expected to hold over, ilut tho
ia lo Dlnv the Napoleon. As tlio btaltw
and its confederates meditate treakon, on
the happening of a probable event, we
presumu that they huvo their programme
cut and dried, just aj Brown had hia. Wo
are curious to compare tlio "Democratic"
Provisional Constitution with the one
found in old Brown's bag. It would be
furious if they should he found to corvee-'
pond in their leading features.
Threatening Appearances in
The latest Intelligence from Europe
shows an increasing probability of a nip-'
lure between France and England, with
chancre fur a general war. Tho warlike
preprations ol iho French Emperor are
tUI going forward, and un a large scale.
His purpose of sustaining hia ally In the
difficulties with China, ia reported to be
abandoned Hpain has declared war1
against Morocco, and ahonld England be
come involved, aa is threatened, the two
leading Western Powere may speedily
islcoino ill Collision with tarh other. The
formor rOmora of serious outbreak al
Palermo, are confirmed. Affaire in Ita
ly are not cskontially changed. C i
R!i'!oj or a JfA" ahd Win Arrra M
Sei'axation orovEi Forty-hivf. Vxaaa
Last February the son of a Mre. Crull,
reaiding in Burlington, Iowa, applied lo a
legal firm there to obtain for htr, if possi
ble, a dowery in certain lands, supposed
lo he a part of iho military tract of the
Ht.to f flllnmn; her liurand having
been a soldier iu the war of 1813, bavin,,
enlisted in tho army while on a visit of
business Iu the city of Philadelphia. Af
ter his enliatmeiit. Urn. Crull heard nofbv
f..r tllir I'rnm liiii, rri'mii ft nmr. rH.nir th.f
he was killed iu an engagement with the
mude, enemy near Lake Chaii'plain, and aa ahe
never married again, she would as hi
widow have a cluim at least npon any
land to which her fmenntl nil'ht be en-
tho titled. The attorneya discovered, alter
names l long research, that Mr. 1 rull was not desd
' but living iu Jefferson county, N. V.
niche. I The husband lately joined his wife in
pla- Wupcllo, hut both were so changed by
! nearly half a ceiilury of ahsenro that they
could not recognize- each other, and th.-y
woro accordingly introduced, and fell
weeping Into ench othor'a anus.
The Foanxa "ImroitTAMT RivxLirioria
m A NiTttur.Lt." Tho whole matter of
"Forbes ILsclokurc" is this: Col. Forbes
hkving failed to mal.u a livinir bv hia rro-
and I fession of ho.tility to slavery and a de-
VVIint siro to filibuster against it haa sold him
do Buck. I self to tho New York Herald, and appro.
ter-lpr trf tho Old Brown excitement and his
tho Ln.iwlcdgo of that individual, lies produced
dj copies of lvltTS written iu IHSS. wheniu
Sew- a quarrel with certain New England hu
ard! manilarinns and Einigrat Aid Society
men, w hom he persocuted for rtmunrs
tion full tion for services of which wo have no so
1800. coui.t these letters he has explained by
I memoraiiila which ore entitled topocrvd-
't whatever; and ho ha greatly magui
i thol d Iho extent of tho connection he Ltd
old '" wlm ''X 0M U lu,',"K r,"!,u
Urown." ' dialed hiin and his scheiu.'s; and he tuns
of answers a tolerable purpo.o as an iiictru
a aamo ! uient for tho Ilnrald and tho party it rot
chkrkoter cm a' resents, in raising a rumor about leadir.tr
none Republican slat' .iuoii w Inch, it is cleu
nf : lated may elect the New ork uleclioit
nfarora'bly to tho Republican party .-
old cxei utioii, tout
!iU do tiieiu th Rotith
tiieilnvulve themiu moio y r
I Browns kt lai o ut tie.' .'.
OiyTho New Yerk tnily sv,
n epeak'n ,' of J.ibu Urnwn's po ui u e
JSrott t on t.',a n. . e j
ei a ;