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" OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building. V
MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 6. 1869
JOHN.H. OBBRLY $ tJQ
I'M R ."Of WeiALl'Al'ER OP THE CITY
. ' 'jLaD-COUAU.. "
ifix BrffcLfrrl'' i THR obxt nAixr I"
PiPEB 3I rii win imihw
TO AKTIUH OKAIKOCA or RKAfflll
Tlir.St(TI fir.ltJTKAOE,TIIE MCLUfe
. ' NWS.PARAOJlAPnS,-
A Loudon paper wants criminal BBthn
adJltlotl punlbmenjf to, be fed" rtn
The totnl 'value; nf cotton produced
thiiyearin Ilaly U estimated to bo
Lopex li stated to have Btlll feur' thou
hiuuI men and Jwenty caution with him
JpbU n-outita'in retreat. -'
A "protect iiai been Issued by the re
publican committee against lending tbt
republican prisoners to Cuba.
Thomas Walpc,hifl wife, and boo lost
thelrllvesby jumping from a burning
building in Brooklyn on Saturday.
A C'allfornlan Chinaman made all bis
arrangement to sell bit wife for a debt,
whenebe detanlted byikilllBg hereelf.
In Loudon hey are Abandoning the
velocipede and adopting steam wagon
etbr; -which, however, they are only
permitted to use-at night.
Three boHom belonging to the United
States ttcameLlncolBj were drowned
at St ,1'au, Iceland, by the, upsetting of
. a boat
A New Tork doctor baa been con min
ted for examination on charge of extort
lng?l,000 from a lady, uader threat of
accuHlng her of murdering her husbaad.
Two old maiden sisters, aged 85 aad
&1, living in Utlca, N. Y., beat each oth
er to death, the other day, one using a
pair of tongs the other a stick of wood.
Somo time since Joeph Roberts, of Leo
county, Va., attempted to murder hi
wife, for which purpose he inveigled iier
Into tho wood near hi house and stab,
bed her seventy tlmcs.'ieavlDg her for
dead. 'Strange te sayj n' recovered.
An engagement recently took place on
-the Upper. Bra roe between 200cetvalry'
ana oj Indians, it lasted twa dayaiad
resulted in the flight of. the Indians, who
left 40 dead and many ' more wounded.
None of the soldiers' were killed.
Daniel Jlog on, a pol.lcemaa, of Atlan
ta, (Ja., waa shut and ktlltbyW. John
son, an employe of the rolling mill,, on
Sunday, the Cth, at the house of latter.
Johnson gave. himself up and clalmVihe
killing was done lu self defence.
A beggar in England carries a physic!
an's certificate, which, when deciphered,
is found to testify that the bearer is in
flicted with hypocrisy and laziness.
Quebec has refusod to pay the sum im
posed by the Legislature for common
school education in the city, and the
government has instituted a suit to com
pel the city to comply with thVforme of
London looks upon the Sues Canal aa
partial -failure, "TerntM ber money
kings aVtf'earlhg'' eibek preparatory
to a large purchase. It can't be possible
that London Is Jealous of her continen
The poet Bryant counsel young con
tributor to the iVif as follow: "My
young friend, I observe that yos have
used several French expressions in your
article. I think if you will study thu
English language that yon will And It
capable of expressing-all the ideas you
may have. I have always found it so,
and In all that I have written I do not
recall au instance where I was templed
to use a foreign word, but that, on search
ing, I found a better one in my own
Joshua. Kan nock of Oaaipee New'
Hampshire; fs said to be 160 "years old.
Think of that- more than a century and
m s e
A JSIBACXE IK KBMTOCalY.
From the Le,tietoi(KY.)8Umai. - ti
A strange story is current among the
colored people, ahdlls exciting some of
tbawciui t to touch for their baftvMeJs .
It is as follows: Sometime ago (not
Ion, however.) a Child died, and ' Its
body waVduly coffined and duly ' teksA 1
. r . i ml 1 1 .. .
to lie ouryiua; iivhsu. uorw it wa
deposited alongside the newly opened
grave. After the, 'service at thegir.ve"
,.M?trp maujook hoWfJhe coffls to
astonishment , he could hot 'move it
II a. calif d to his assistance another, stout
fellow', and the twd tried but failed hf
cudge the cofllo. Two more came to
their Assistance, and the four bad no
jnore'power 'over' 1t than Iflt'werea
mountain ofgraalte. Tha coffin clung
to the ground " as'lf, glued . This aatouT
' Jibing turn of afralntValled for an ex
planation,, and It wJi determined to
open the coflln and see what was inlde
pf-lt, . It wasdoae.rand bhold tbeiehlld
was found to bev alive. - Further exami
nation developed tbeJact that there' was
-printed Upon the bottom of Its feet these
words. 'There has been no'tireacb'tiVln
Hvaven for eleven hundred yean.'' Tb'ty
amy nmv nic uuiu uiu iiu IMienu "tuptV
child to be burled alive, ttd ao toqk'lbto
uieiituuwt yiKVUUUg It.
Prom (he CtilctRo Trltunc.
nOW OB IU yiV)JCr ucuuniwa ui
Trade, and ,we re' irornr, ta aee some
journals, which are la. favor of a revenue
tana, ooggung ana stuiuunus. uy ci tuo
bhrase Free Trade, as though it Implied
something different from the cause
which tey rprofe Krvapest. rney
say: we are oppoMa to aiarmior pro
tectlon, out free Traae is lmpraciicaoie
Bteauy we muhavt a tariff ferrsrve
It wilt admitted, wa auDDese. that
Free TradexltaJ)VMTf.Xo.f d
Chicago, and between' IndtTldaalsinUie
city of Chicago. Ye'i here Is a taie lm
poeu on saioi, a lax. on iranspormuuu,
a tax on receipts, a tax on bank checks
and drafts, and a tax on incomes derived
.from trade. Nevertheless trad'wunia
the limlU of the United. Htatea la rree;
Nobody over dreamed of lta being any
thing else than free. If, therefore, do
mestic trade, although taxed la a dosen
different ways, k In fact free, why may
not foreign trsde, although subject
to duties imposed for revenue,' also by
free? A tax is A tar, and Its naure is
not changed by calling ' It tariff,
or excise, or Hoeaae, or Impost, or duty,
or any other name. Tariff Is the tech
nical name given to the Ux levied upoa
Imported property; and, provided It Is
imposed -lor'tae purposa'sf calslng reven
ue for the government, and not for tbt
purpose .otcoaeMlugau Advantage upea
one ladlviduil class, actbe expenae of
others. Itn existence does not imply that
trade is not free, any more than the ln
Urnal tax on nalea Implies that domestic
trade la aot free'. r ''
Free trade signifies the right of the In
dividual to dispose of his earnings and
tils services la : ujai ownlway..,-ThA.-jet
essential .right, of. property Is the
right to exchange it according to
the owner's vAiistoa. XtdoMBOiTliUta
URalusttbls right that the government
takes a. .fraction of it In, the transfer for-
luown uurnoset. xaxes ror ma suunort
of the government are A part of the com-
uivu uuilgHUWBB ywmtvu iwi iimw uo mu
upon eyery member of the,, community.
Tiiey are a aw of the expenses of el vll
ixtd masklud. dltlvring in no respect, so
tar as political econemy la .concerned,
from any other expenses. In- estimating
meir character. Ilia ouly necessary u
ask what would be our common condit
ion without a 'government. -Taxes of
itiU kitd do ootiuterfar wlth irvedom
of traan, biit rather eulkfge it toy remov
ing natural uuHaaIm wbieb tead to lm
peue lu But Uxu J m posed to compel a
oujer or seller to teake ac trade which he
would norotliArw'liie make: Meaaee he
deems it disadvabtageous to himarei of
a totally dlBrtatchafAetttadHlh.
er levied in the. a tarhTor a dls-
crisaluatlng la teraalduty areas lnfringe
metu of natural "fflflltA. 'It' W Agwlsst
itich .taxes, 'and 6&ly "STjcbJthat the
rieuds or free' trade protest-, and It Is not
likely tbattbeyekaugvthe name of the
cauae they spouse, merely been se some
gifaoas UAVMrOot yetiaruid the deln
ttion of freedom.
n "m r r -
?JIE CHI OA O QTKIB USE.
Arf a newspaper AeOblcago Tribune
claims pre-eminence among Western
Journals. It expends more money for
newrtttiau anv-otner puoiicauon west or
New York. It malutalns a corps of cor
respondents and special reporters equal
in number audj tatelHgence -to tboeerof
any New York paper, and, by a liberal
use of the telegraph, it is enabled to
bring befeter Western jreadere all Abe
rBs)wof iha7 dayiwd daysearMer tttaa
aiiy Eastern Jouinal.
Its market reports are unusially full
and mlaut. ihe great commercial
staples brthe West, which are of especial
interest and Importance to lu readers,
and which, in Eastern papers, are neces
sarily llmiiedar amltM.aMther are
minutely considered, and the Westers
farmer or trader galnstblsinformatlon
from Chicago two days earlier man he
the united Htatea wnlcn can nr.ve any
influence UDon Western produce., trade,
or Industry. Its reports of the cattle,
markets of Chicago and the principal
Kastrn cities are nrenared with the ut-
Bost care by seeelai reporters of long'
experience ana training." in iw agricul
tural department tbe "weakly, Tribune-'
will hava tbe atxvicea oMtaiwell known
eorreatxindent "Kttral." and will. in- ad-
dltiop. contain a weakly aummAry. :of '
arrieuitiral intelUgeaoe relatlug to the
latest and moat, approved methods of.
cultivation, aad ail that acUn Uflc re
aearok aad p. olksat experlaaeats whose
reeulta are of value to an akricMItura,(
horticultural, and stock-raising Aom
aaunlty HvlBg a pea tbe rleli prairie lands
oftbeiyeat. 1 ' , . ,
Tarama. daily $12 U; Ui-weekly'
weekly 92, 1b variably la advaaee. " Ad
drees 'Tribune' Co,',,Chjcako, Illinois,
MXTT BUtOBTAjTBCBBBB AXIK.
Yeur rbaVa'aioraer lea familiar
keus. Bte party atet mto a 'great' bis
asver m auurii time miuvw. autj wbic vut.iD4r.Qt1 were
on a buacand. wara.oamped at the head f tne7chlldf we
or ivnife river, jvii aay ymeeeaiBg vtoe
night on whiehlbe bfertuae eatae uni
on them, taFld"ke Utfiwa; fuM bf
amoke, but being a calm 'day couldtaet
tell the dlreotle'b freui .which iteaaae.
About mldnlghta brlik breex sbraijg up, '
aud.beforebey could get.out of th,er te-,
Dees the fire waa dewa daonihera. It la
scafoelf poeslWe to describe theaoeaeorf
'confuslftohVtollowed, ot-tbe affeflng
to . . - j i
The iure.aotAaaed euty tepew, .ana
ffiv 'of the iVnifS wSTtS T 'indhins
tepees nut on tb prairies that have not
been heard from aWe'tbe Ore, , Mon of
Two Bear says tbe Are was worse-tban
hla fltbtwItttGenlttuliy outat the White
Hill. If the suffering waa confined to
the warriors alone It would not be so bad,
but It extends to.wamen and children. I
saw one baby with Ite left band nearly
burnt to a,ensp. . 'ine angers ware nurn
ed offto theeeopnd Join t, and the stubs
or fin ters were drawn back. The little
'thing could nor have been more 'than
'.lk.U MVtntViir Ktrf'-lte tkffftiA harl w
also naaiy burnea. xt was crying outer
ly, tbAaaoibertaoursdng meet pitlfally,
Ptiasaisii wssisialj dlelisislni -
Two Bear haexpae.tQ tbe Grand River
Agency to seA-rneeAoBetgetsomethlDg
for tpees, as the ."weather id quite cold,
having frozen to the" depth of an inch on
barrels of water standing out doors.
A LIFE0F EVIL.
In A7 low, broken down tenement
house.-oa Monreau strc'New Orleans,
with the rdoas of half a century ou'tlie
broken tiles and ruined arches, lives an
old man alone.' Long gray hair hangs
on hlsanouldcra; his faco is wrinkled
and' sad " and tho smlldless lips are
withered with sneers. The fierce, black
eyes gleam with incessant Are, and look
beneath the rude brows like the eyes of
abaaittak; HlsJomi isibent with uge,
and his feet totter:aa on tbe verge of the
grave. Rude varments, in a fashion of
years ago,.coB0al his attenuated frame,
while Irom the darkened closet, in
which he bends over an1 iron-bound
chest, cotaes.the Incessant click of gold.
,The old man is a miser, and lives with
kfcia;baa&o -friends; no acquala$Aces
eyer beguile him to companionship.
'Once rib was young and stately; his
name wusJjoagred and himttelf respect
ed. That was years ago. Ho lived in a
mansion then, uud house-hold blessings
"were around him. Youth and beauty
.CAleaaed his rugged datum, and tutored
me oioouiess ups to smue. it nts long
llfe'everkDBwemotlons ontslde "of sor
did interest, it was then, lie leved his
child what human beiug does not ?
But hi? wai 'be love of somo wild aul
'nlaf that could reud while yet it wor
shipped. When I knew them first, bis
daughter was a fair balrsd girl, Just
verging Into womanhood. The auu-iiluo
that never crept into hU heart wanned
hers, and shone from thu blue eyes that
looked do Ioylug and were, no constant
It was. said that tho old man waa a
pirate with LatUte; He came with
noards of money add rapidly accum ula
ted more. At thin time the evil lu his
naturerwns dornmaut, or if nrouted at
times was suppressed. So tho years fled
by and his daughter trew up us unlike
her kinsman as truth and beauty is un
like deformity and deceit. The world
coiartesiAwir tben, aid' lerheW sake - ebe
oarrltAof reserve were broken down and
soclatlaiys Were, made subservient, to, a
miser's eK-emrlelties. But unlike most
pAntatarwau rejoice when life is happy
with their ollspritig, wben the hours
grow golden and the day and weeks
speed pleasantly, he w&icned her Jeal
ously. Tbe atuntiwrm of young men he
repudiated as an iuult, nor would he
scruple to apply the worst epithets to
those whom he Imagined hail found
favor in her eyes. But it is an old udage
and a-true oho, that love laughs ut bolts
and bars. Despite bis auger and oppo
alJou Bhe dld.iunplre affection and, waa
loved In return.
Her old nurse, who loved her as she
did her life, strangely sided with the
parent, and begged her to heed his
But why am I to do this?"
"Tnerele ArfAson; evil will come of
Bat how or why?"
"That Fdare not tali. Tour father
would not scruple to sacrifice your life,
.or that of the man you love, rather than
tbfeaaoald come to pass."
This waa told by tbe young lady
afterward. She then thought It a plan
to frighten bar late obedience. The ad
vice was, therefore, unheeded. The
:mere, determined aba became to love as
she liked.-the mere morose and aloomv
did-her father" become. O116 day he
used words tbat might simply she was of
tother blood than hla. Ho cam 0 to her
and demauded an explicit answer.
"Would she heed hla Wishes?"
There waa death in tho angry deam
of hla eyes M he turned away.
That night her lover waa stabbed to the
.heart aa he walked oh the street. In
jense excitement followed the darlpg a
sAasiaation. Bui who did It, no one
lktiew; No suspicion even waa areused,
SAVe.thAtwhlch.came from tho charge
of an Insane woman. From that hour
hlsrcblld was mad. Imprisoned in a cell
she wept her life away, uud In the ouly
lucid interval she had afterward, related
.totier-keepers the conversation that has
"My father killed him."
' '"But why?"
'.'I know aot the nurse cab tell."
The nurse did tell years afterward,
-buTirwa"thetale of an'oIcTcrode, and
no one-beaded her.
The mato' was not her father. The
wealth he controlled waa not hs, but
hers. She and It were reft from a Por
togeeso ship of the Spanish Mniu. Her
Kuieu, auu.tuo nurse ana
were tue on y iivinar'inlriKs
that escaped; "Once wedded, ho feared
te old woman woum reveal his Secret.
This was tbe motive,
But, people laughed at It, and the old
'woman died, auit thp mlsef and pirate
still lives on in the ruined house, friend--leas
and loveless, 'alone with his mem
orles. N. O. Picayune.'
The New York iXxlbune' aaya that by
tbe end of the year I860 there, will bo
ttli ln the United States, In round nuin-
on hun,,red nd to" tl0l tons
to lv.n Imred
and sixty miles, will be laid, d,iirng the
rtreaaat aeasen. These rails are! la use
The day after fier arrlvafat Constantl
jioplerEugenle a-WUd.that nicol4hutyi
The Baliana TalidctJ, 'mother bi-thTG)
tan. She is a lady now aavancea in
years; a Clroa'sln:.,.tAVe of his father,
Sultan Mahmoud II, A present, or par
chase, and, apparently, one of his favor
ite! ; ab.dQu blso, J u net U(aewaty
but now only a "fat old lady,'r much re
spected for her great denevolence and
generoaltjr to tbo pbbrT - 8b- llveawlth
her son lu his palace, where la tbe Im
perial harem ofacae eight hundred Cir
cassian beauties. When tbe Empress
made her. visit she. was accompauled by
the Sultan and an American lady as in
tornroteas. TbeSuItau on approaching
her, respectfully kissed her band, and
luou, iuvwug Ik iu iu ui tun uuiiiaao,
naU 1. I.tl. mi .nnlhllMant w. Vt I Ml,
LcauHed the old Jady to embrace.ber as a
a urugnier. tbo curiosity or tnejprie-o
the Imperial harem to aee the Jlenpress
of France was so great tbitf-BatwUh
standing all the violent reproaches. of, tbe
sable "Fadladeens" In cbargAr'thfBi,
tbev flocked to the 'windows, tkaew.ibem
up, aud, nerfeptly dfsreganllVT of lMelr
unavolled facer, thrusi out the
ic . aeaas,
to tbe no. smalL axaubemoBt andp per
haps, dsaiay of the passes.. .Out of1 re
spect for the religious prejvdl04'.o;.tb
Empress, the Sultan, only . presemtad .to
her ln the harem one of1 hla wlve& 4h
mother of his eldest son nd,two daugh
ters. Rev. Henry tVard Beecher Is paid $12,-
WW per annum for preaching at PlymoutQ
Church, Brooklyn. During the war be
ai,K-vlr.il tn an ahltainanr Af CK OOti ftl-
,bers of bis flock, as were pAtrotlo enough
lecturing and farming is nearly 110,000
per annum additional.
)15 GET THE BE8T
BUT TUE O.NLT OEUIX IBPpqVIl) f
OROIDJB WATCH CO.
heyrrftll thn tMVt-mali, Hunting Caiet, finely
clwedr loolc and wcnrllkf fin gold, aad tr equal in
anp-raoctoUie )( gold waUhfi UiUaJIr coitlog
fl&). iKnll Jeweled l.evfn, 0nt' anJ Jfiti'ila-f,
ul)ll littDHLK KXTH4 REFINER flolic
OrotdfOold HuQtinrrnuciPall Jewrlrd LTer,ara
ctul (o fc0o,(.ol(l Vakbec Rtgutale'd and Gitaraa
tfci 4q kerp coiftuni', and wear ao4nottarnlnb,
jiithIiiUaFjaa-Caaca,t. tijeach, -.!
mwy ! rcauirtA .fi w
and br Kxnrr anvwheww llIilathUn tMStatM.
pajrabla to ant on dWnr,wIth "i punlaga to-paa
and ntamina before na
Urtcrn.J. bv narini Uie Kapteihrarai
imia lor, AQU.iinot aiiiiacior
I ht aeat by mail k ll-(Utertd llMkKai Sftpala', tf
aaaaiof caaninwiTancB.. .
A - AGKNT HKKUrKOFORSIX WATCH Eh OETB
A!iKATRA WATCH KAKK. MAKI.NOMKVEMiS
WAClES FORr-pJR SEVEN H WAljCUW FO
,lJir.ia asrxaAirT" oboidi: , aai.naa
CH AS, of luteal &d Jliojt co.itlTtJlei,forl.M
aiul Ctntlrmrrr, Troro.l'l to 40 tnchr. lonjfc at It, i,
e, aTi'Hf:wh, jnt wlilj watcheat uholeiale pneaa.
matt! tuna a.ia aiiesi witu requires, ana oror, suit
oet I2d Jk l 1 Knltrn .-trf t, WwVorlr.
TV W. HAMLIN,'
cobjt, HAT,.pAJHl(art abb Hir-
Craer jf CuMtaerelal Ai
Gtlro m m' ""w JCUJLiAolaa.
, . " ' -?. ; . .i-,--
w.'Xlp a' fu!tnppty rr ftd; and li praptrad to
fill orderi on ahort notice, at Ika lovaal roarfcatrawi.
Notts ftra .... . -
aarjr XkCoraxlxaaj t
A fraalanthwlll baaerrod unat tho ItamtlLu
loon aad raaUuiant, at tan o'clock arerr murniog
Tha raataurant baa beaa lacently fitted up, and
fan can beaceomatadatad frith maaltataA honr
aw Prion rraaonabla.
Corear of Slkib Jtraf t mi Commerelal Araaua. aax.
door to roal OBa A r T H. LAXTV AX. 1
Cenfociloas, Taya, Flr-H'erkA.
AMPLE PltOVISION FOE THE YOUNGS
Ooto 1M Commercial avasue aud tuj your holiday
coodi. 1'. Baup haa laid. la a atock in that Una taal
baa nerer been mm lad in CatTo.
Coufectioue of aQ kiiula. toya In nameleaa rarlaty
rTeryiniDfc ia pienie aoasraiuy
aerye Chriitmxa Kt h'ewVtari.'
Ilamember the place, 10J Cortjaif relal Atenaa.
OR KVJtRYTHINO IN
i ... - - -1
MMMMHHWiMINlMlt ae ai a II Hm e aa
T7HIR KkVK, MCAr-Naw Cottaa and thtae
I. mm . -.1 I I II aaaa Mill ail .
"W. BTlUTTOIf: '
(liotctmon t Stratus, STetU A CUrb),
Srecera aad Ceatailaaaea Xerekaats,
t jtt,tof"' T -. ,
AaaetteM rawelee-Saatei Baaasseeeirese
sm VMeai: Mmwmm,,
BOAT 'STObES, ' 0R0CERIE8 iHDPJtO
YISI0NS, XIO Obvlo Xsea-treek.
ociJtr . ' Clr, Illlaata.
FLOnt nstCKAST. A5B MILLIKV
Bav aMala leVea, CaOre, XUlaete.
Ordera aalleltad aad promptly and a Olatae tartly
DYAJS.T. PABfctB. " JOBH B. FKILLLI.
pARKZR A PHILUS,
CmmhmUm ab FerwardlAf lertBABti
' Aad Deaiara
mmr. Cmu, turn, Braai, uaA aoi.atlaela
B.'lt). AYtBSV 1 - i. . ATaas.
Be. 133 date Levee, CAIBO, H.I..
M. PHILLIP wx:;0-'
i (Suaaeaaifa ao K. Bx BaadriaAa A a..)
ForwArihir aai CAta.BUsloi Merjka a
. amABFBaAT ralrnaTrvsuei
OM.1ATO a. a. - HI lAAeOlSV.
Liberal Advance Hadt on OotiHgnmenU.
Vre prapand to raealre, atora er forward IraijthU U
illpoloWi buy or aril on commtulon. Bualnaia at
nil6t IflwiiH trnmMoraa
h. m:. htiXjek
BstIu tamevad u No. T Okto Laeetv aexi iee t le
CttyTtitional.lWk. whar wlib battirrMilltl aa aad
tartvratocm! haoltela the wtillnuaaoar of fiaarai.
aaaaTbta foimar euatoaterf, m wall aa thu.(aa
Maatxrlor aceaasaeeelatlaaa tea aiaaraM
mmtt imtm MaMliMar or all AlaAA 01
FroAae-n Caaasaietesi, -Cairo,
111.. Jnna l, lata. ImyUdit
(flooeeaMr to Fail if, Oraee. A Co..)
GcBeral CessuadasieB MertkAit,
faalat In Cfoearlaa, Lima, Waaler faiU,, PUatera
In bolk, alwaye oa haad. Cacaar BIkUi alraaa aa
Ohio I.aTo. Cairo llllnela. " raylJdt.
-ILLIAJl W. THORNTON, -Waeleeala
aad BaeaU Daaler ka
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