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Slireot, Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY '20, jS70.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO '
Murk Twuln's wedding day rapidly
Elizabeth (Jakes Smith Im dangerously
The lloston "Radical Club" has elected
Mr. Julia Ward Howe president.
ltlatnrl, no longer ml notress, is ming
ling In Parisian society as the .Uurohio-ni'.-s
Governor lloH'inan has ruslgnvd his
position us a member of tin- managing
committee of thu Muuoattun Club.
Mozart, when lit conducted his full re
hearsals, used to wear a crimson pelisse,
and a big gold-lace cocked hat.
"Let the women rise up by their own
ellbrU" says Jennie June. She ho roan,
and Id now llio head of the Sorosls.
Thu Countess (Julceloll I hald to be
wrftltji a reply to Mrn. Stowu's attack
on Lord Ryron mid Mm. Leigh.
''''Mi wio cornel performer, u.-serls
that he is dully deluged with love letter,
from all parts of the country.
A lioetoii hello and beauty, -Miss Otis
by nutuo, Is 30011 to make her debut on
the operatic .stage.
Mr IL Ileecl.or Mtowe uud family left
Hartford 011 Thursday for Florida, where
they will spend the winter.
Hum John MorrN-oy Is detained In
Vork by tho .severe illness of ills
wire, wiuno eoudltioti several iibwi
whoso condition several i.h-.vi-
ClailS. ill COimultlltioll. IniVi. t.riri..iitn.i.l
very precarlou.. !
Hon. Hubert C. Selieiick, ..f Ohio. Is the I
"I-ather of tho hoiMu." He entered It In
1S43, and (linvlng been out from 18.11 to
1808) Is nnw ervlughls eighth term.
Queen Victoria has received 111 presents
from the chief of tho H.tstitos, of Mos
he.sh, In South Africa, a magnificent
tiger and a box -f diamonds, valued ut
MIhm Iclercq, who aeeiunpanied
Kechter lu this (lountry, uud plas with
him atNihlo's Is Mild to resemble Queen
Victoria, as that monarch ap.'.earuil In
her earlier days.
Princo Iturblde, pretender to the Mexi
can crown, has mnrrhd a Carman lieir
ess. He will return to the land of the
Montezuma with his fr.iu and lier for
tune. A New Haven paper penks of Anna
k Dfcfcfnoiius "n'womiui striding up nnd
down the stage' swinging her arms like
thu wings of a windmill, aid hurcumlng
ut the top of u hhrid voice." .
Chicago has 11 line euatloual ntory to
the'ell'vct thaUtishop Duggun is not In
sane, but has b?eii ."plrlttnl awuy, aud In
carcerated for life, In some secret place.
There Is no mystery, however, about the
blsliop's cane. He is In the iti-aue hos
pital at SI. Luult, aud if he Is of miiiikI
mind it ought to be euy enough to get
1 1 1 111 out.
Minister Witfhbiinie lately. vbted the
l-Veiich champagne district t be preent
at the baptism of a iiev brand nf wine
which, In coiupllniciit to Gen. Grant
has been nominated "Tiie Prenident'f
fabinet." The "Cabinet," amongst
champagne growers, Utile synonym for
the choicest oud most perfect cru of
Hev. Xowmau Hull, of London, gives
good reasons for not accepting the de
gree of doctor of divinity, conferred up.
on him by Amherst college. He says
every one knows him as plain Newman
Hall, wereas there arean iudctluitcnum
bersofDr Hall's, both In Kugland and
Americ.t am6"iig whom he would com
pletely lose his Identity. Ami what is
tohlri mind a more imperative rcaon,
tho degreo of doctor ofdlvlnity implies,
or ought to imply, distinguished attain
mentrt in theology er blbllcul, literature
neltherof which ho possesses, llravo!
JJnitnlily in the .Vj'iny.
Some soldiers belonging to the T. S.
army in California, complain thus of the
outrageous ojid ujuiust liisull'er:i,ble abuse
to which they a.re subjected :
"After we wiro trausferwl, and the
moment our new caj.tuin took ulmrgo of
us, cruelties barhiiroiis in their nature,
and usage unlit for dogs was indicted
upon us. Our ration, previously in
hiilllclent, were so reduced that we were
compelled to go "on masse" to Col.
.Mizuer, commanding this post, and do
maud sutllcleiit food to keep body and
For the most trivial oilenses men are
tied up by tile thumbs uutlll they faint
fiom pain, then to revive them eold
water Is applied by the pulll'ull. Kor be
ing Intoxicated, tho buck and gag are
applied and lit such an inhuman man
ner us to tear tho lips !ud hursts open
the corners of tho mouth. It is mine
eessary to describe tho ihunnpr in which
these tonnes are indicted, but hope they
aro not widely known, for It would dis
grace a clvlllxed and Christian people to
be aemialiited with such and not crush
them vith the weight of their scorn.
'Old mon,iwlio have served In Mexico
and through the lato war, and who bear
on their persons tho fcui-h ndleted on
them by the enemy in thohelU of battle,
aro abused iud beateii by a stripling
olllcer who has novor soon Tnoii In untlon.
and whoso breast Is barren of sympathy
for his kinil." J 1 . '
Tin mint 1 1 Avails: Milliliter
Iti'torls. .iiul UatH CruMlHiil. .
During thu discussion of the Joint res
olution declaring Virginia entitled to
representation In Congress, a Mr. Porter
oj-cupled a seat at Senator Sumner's
side for tlo isvldeiit lUrpose of fortifying
the honorable; gentleman 'with fact
and fulshood.s growing out- Virginia'!
progress tow'ufd reconstruction The
presence of thin Individual led to a i)t
between Senator Trumbull i"1"1 H,lm
nor. In whleli all will agree, ..'the "Hon
rftWo,ontIt'ifiun'Vriin lillnofi" achieved
ah unquestionable victory:
Mr. SIJMNKR. Mr' President, the
Hl'tiulor from Illinois did mo'the Honor
i) refer to iiiou mouibfit ago as acting
; V f.ii" J'M
i . . --'o tJ "'J f.'.v. II ut tuu OUl,ll"l uw-
i.iiin oiioiigu lo mention tho pen-ons to
...mill iiu icirreMIr
Mr. 1 lilJMUl'IiL, 1 only know that
a lmrMJii not a tiii.mln-r.iir thiu su-nuii.
een occupying a very prominent
position u'ar the Senator from Mns-a
ellusetts, and J think tlie Senator from
ovinia Mr Nvk can bear witne.-s tliat
he haoif.n held Ills Heat while- this. sub
ject was under consideration. Hi' Is not
I" "leuiber (if the Senate, and: 1 did not
.VVr""1 ".V u "iber of the Hou-e
bi j.i rri'iii ill I ves
Mr. I'OM 'HOY HltNuniflttilmr oh.Kt
Mr. TltUMIH'LL I l)uv no ticqualn
taiiee with thf per.-on.
Mr SL'.MMOIt. Hut J iinihirifi.,d 1 In,
:-:juator to speak in the plural; he spoke
(if "ttrMJtlM ltttflir tliillfttn. anilff.K r..iit.
Mr. TUUMKULL. It Is enough for my
jiiirposeifiiiicraoii wcs there-improper-
r.. . Ml
Mr. SUMNER. "Imoroin.rlvf" Th,.
Senator wan nut aware that the u'eiitlo-t
an not aware tliat the gentle-
whom I conferred wa a mem.
t the other Hou, from Virgin-
her-elect of thu
la, from the lliohmond district.
mt. rltl .Mill LL. Who wit he?
Mr.Sl7M.NUK. Mr. Torter. . f he ex-
ciuneu irom tin- lloor V !
Mr. IltLMUl LL. I Hii)po-e he hhH
I uo right u)ou thrs lloorat.all. .
t Mr. Sr.MiS'KIt. How Ik It with rinv. 1
ernor Walker, will the Senator he good
u""nih o bay? Has he title to the
Hour? Ha-tlLc iuie tt this, that those
Mini arepeKtnu for a d Ulovu JeeUlii.
mil- . .inn LAwuue conierenco witli the
lyal people of Virginia, for that Is thu
Htj u u loyul eitlrcn uf Vltvlnu. ami u
member.electof the other House. ThN
rriticl-m of the Henntorfrom Illinois Isu
hpijolmen of the way in which this ills
loyal Legislnture is defended on tills
floor. Ills'ii specimen nf tin. Mir. .mm
M'hieh h now making to crush down thu-
I ilfiwn lint.
loyal people of X-Trgiula. w-hlte ri
,, u' I..., ,m ii I01 w's,,,," V"0'1
loiA into this debate. I do not know
t nit I shall say another word In It,
though before It dues I m.-iv: hot I ,lr
onji et to thiBftUperfluous.hupererogatory
en IciMii on n . mere Ineldeut of biisine,s j
eoijni c!..d M-Ith ih lloorof tho Senate.
The Senator has madeamlstak?.
Mr. 1 Rl .MlM'LL. Mr. l'resideut, the
Senator from Vermont proceeded to
specify how the Committee on the Ju
dlelury had been sougiit to bo approached
with a view to laying fucU before It in
regard to tho uulldcatious of the mem
ber of the Virginia Legislature. It Is
the first time that I ever had nnv knowl
edge that anybody sought to'lay nnv
facts before the committee. I had no
kiujwledgu of anybody's apnronehing
the: committee on the subject. It Is
poi-jible that persons may have applied
for entrance to tho room while the com
mitlou wa in sossiou.uudtlio inesenger
may have Informed them that the com
mittee was In session, or may have In
formed mu that tho gMiitlemou, wished
to sto me apd I may have declined to
see them at that time, us I mopt prob- .
ably should, nut no communication
ever reached me from any person us do
siring to luy uny factfj befoio the com- ')
iiiiii-u u return u ,H jmuier, so
muoli for that.
Now, sir, in regard to tho lussault
which the Senator from Muhx!inhn..!tts.
Ill hh modesty In assuming to represent '
tho loyal nuijple,, has made. W ho iUf J
augurated him us the leader of the loyal 4
people of this country? Upon what sort
of food does ho fued that he comes here
uud 'tulks about tlo loyal people of the
country? When did he become their ex
clusive ropresenlftfivo? Is ho nnv more
loya than uuvliody else upon th!t lloor?
Has he any higher claims to jiairlotlsni
or hx loyalty or to devotion, to the eoun
try hun anybody eNe? ' Is he tho pe.
culiar representative or loyal men who.
stands up hero to defend n person who,
when npeakinir of the Ooveriimout of
tho United States and tho President of
the United States In drlnklng'saloons
in tho city of Norfolk, charged this
(Jovdrnmeut 1 will not quote tho
Vllu language here; 1 will not quote tho
epithets; but who ohurged OiN Govern
mental beluga "humbug from begin
ning'to end," and who said, "If you had
been in Washington you would .s;4y as I
Mri SUMNER. AYhu Is that1,
Mn TllUMHUMi. That Is the Mr.
l'ortqr, tho loyal man whom. tho Senator
from j MusHuchtuetU brings upon the
floor W tho Senate,- as I undurstund !
Mr SUMNER. Never. "
Mr, TliUMDULL. Well, I .ani glad
that ho Seivntor did not bring him hero.
Tsho ltd have boon rftfrry to llnd that ho
had n'troducod upon the lloprof tlio
Kimn o. In ilellanoo of Its rules, flint In.
Ill vuii4. ' il .Oliii.. ium;i.-ii .in.
.vldluJ.v ,r, nave- jtul.. plnceil Muj .my
linndt within ii row minute.-r-, What pur-
ports to the trial befoftii usilljtary "
poiiu 01 iiut collator Irom Illinois? Hi. . r. i.fcli.ri .'ohrsie thev tiutl niarkeil mt for einirKu, uuu men unui iiisiiiiiuiir mmi
lenki for a dl.lovai Loiflshittirm 1 f.'i. 1 iiu.m...ivm.. "Tlit- f.mr r nr.uliutlne; 1 niornu yicw
the luiiguagi wlilob I mean. 11 dislovul T tlu.lr own overthroM- bus produced this - ' A
I I.CL'lxInltlrp n Lonlslninr.. .... ' n..r nf hi.nlciill i- To :tVe jCX
) noi lake the ouUi prcacrlbedby thelawof themnelvei, from the cseerallun the, iii.AMJMUd. (.ybUiifc,
uic imiiii. i no gentleman with whom J whole people ami tnw coiiuemuauoii 01
commission In thu department of
Virginia and North ' Curollna of "ono
Charles H.. Porter, n citron If Norfolk,
Virginiu," charged "wiui usingsouiuous
and .treasonable langungo toward the
United States;" w'ilh "conduct
prejudicial to good order and mllltnry
discipline;" with "using contemptuous
and disrespectful language qf thu Presi-
dent of tho United StatoK and against Its
!oiiLTe.ss:" wltli "belnu; drunk, irlotous.
and disorderly for the npaco or nine days
consecutively," laughter; and at ti"
end of It I find :
"Thu court, after maturo dellberatlc
upon tho uvldencu adduced, find tho ui
cused as follows:
"Of tho ilwt speclflciillou of the first
charge, guilty. ;
"Of the second specification of tho first
"Of the lirft, charge, guilty.
"Of thollrHtVpcclllcatldn of the fcecond
charge, nut guilty.
"Of the second spccjlleatlon of thu
second charge', guilty. , .
Of tho third charge, guilty of being
drunk." , ,
Hut not for the nine days, daughter
If tho Senator from Massuuhupetta, who
represents the loyal people jar rxcel'
fcilctf'hjn solccled this Individual as 11
saiHiHouftho pure ami virtuous and un
iiotted loyalty winch ho repre-entJ,
wh, Sir, I snail not cavil with him as to
being the leader of such loyalty.'
Thr' 'Katflcat .SiII I j'c'tc.
il'mmi -' 1. Men
ThoMlMHeul House of Ihipresiintatives
tit Wellington, by a decided vote, has
uilmlttedi "VirQinia,. one of the original
.,i niili.ut' brutes of tin- I'liloii. to the
riisht of repn-.-'-iitatloii hi Congre-.
I l.n .......i.tiftilitlH.t Tllh ffuPtflti.r Wlltl
f . ' .. . ' i.t .1. 1.. .1...
' liokOS you until you uiu hmck hi me
f,u:e, then khockyoii down ahd stamjis I
tjixjiivou until every Icintf In your body'
',.r-v.f.i. iinHimm i'mir n,.r-
I u.r.i..v..r vulTmblosvo.i ih'iiv itOKsew
-finding tho constant- liard- upon his
i heels, tosncs the stolen treasure to the
eripp ed and bleedh.g owm r, and tlieu
flndluir the constant- Jiard- upon his
iin!i(.tnf his uetienitv. J)s anybfMly
tiflirTa that :t ingle Hadlisul 111 tho
Tnlted Slate C ngres would have voted
to restore to Virginia ine ngui mai
rmv6 been stMeti from her, hud they not
t,t.n tii'o hundwrrtli'i' on the. wall teal-
(.... w.ik iiiumi. oliould tbcv ner.slst In
not doing ,? The iiileraMe .ieallawug.s
j u-bo Jiuve 'jisivpeil pmer ailil place In
die council- of the nrillon are not all
f,,ni. "l'lff itrift of iinbllc.ntlnji'iit 1 as
clour lo t heh'i as to other ok-ervor... mid
.1.,... ...... i....viiiil,l. tt.mliMM'V 01 the
l thLs oneaut of jusl.ee.
Hut not all the rud!ral$ are thin wise.
At leu-t fortv-nine of I hem ara yet Join
ed to tho hhilf f Southern ile-trtietion,
.- and purtlMiu aggrandizejneiit'. Eighty
fiuironlv were, ulllciently enlightened,
, ia... in. ...! i......i in ntttif. fint fr.iiii
iirath;"eli;iH.t;; Join '
n.rces with the democrats hi doing right, j
i.-rty-iilno voted in a solid body to keep
the State whlrh has the i.roiid lillo of!
f" 7.'" ... ...i It t,...i.i.j..... ..i.i .,r
tlu itnion. That the Dumber was not
t.roatfr Is dlto lo thf manly M.tnd or Mr.
m.,i.,.. nf rum. who. Uv Ut ; master! v
tact hivjat once made him clf leader of
thu House over both Hutlor and Suhetiek,
who have been quarreling hhnmefully
for that position, nnd has rent the radio
nl party in twain, tho majority .following
his lend. Seventeen radical members
1 dodged the vote, Including Rutler. Uut
should theso unite with- the minority
thulM'cnt not with Jthighum to do right,
tlio, majority nf that side of tho House Is
still with the. how uud Micesful leader.
Anil us ho may always count on tho sup
port of 'the democrats on nil questions of
justice and conservative polluy he Is
thus asstireihof n two. thirds vote to mis-
: tain his lcndrslilp.
- - ,
. . i i " .! I I
Sou ii I SiigK(i4tl(ii to I'cr'stnis
i . .
lVhi'lh J,jli.s J..iirnl 'l'lijlr.
This Compuny. ( tho Illinois! Central
Railroad,) haveynut iju.inliUorfor fortllo
mi to sell, am
u'eil a liberal a
wnril tho settle
uniniiey nave always iiur-
und ent'ouraglng policy to-
wnrjl tho settlers uloug their Ijno who
wished to buy their hinds. 'They require
very small cash payments, ami do not
ask high prices for their laud. They
; always take fanii produce ut the St-
Louis or Chicago rale, les the. freight
; in payment, and rarely over wowd u
I buyqr who Is delinquent if they think he
I. reully tlesires to perfect hh puyniont ut
i nil. ! Perhaps one of the onSiost nnd most
i slmnlo methods of getllilg.u gotjd home
of j one's own Is to buy I one
i of thu Illinois Central. Ra iwuy
I. Coumauy. Southern Illinois lsi spleif
i' did eiiuiitry to settle In. Irifcoucof tho
Illicit wheat countries In thoJUuituI
!! Stutqs,' biit 'the most sntijfaetury ami
. jiiiylng-crops that can be put. In uro
" peaches, strawberries, kluekberritT', peais
j anil the like. There uro positloii to be
hud )ii tills road' where inoi'6 largo .mar
j kets cmi.bo, comwiydetl by rail at equal
distances from the point of production
i thauiilmoHi Htiy whole oho In the West.
From In the" Deighborhno.l of Decatur!
for liiKluncoKt. ruul.s, Chicago, (Julncv,
Clnclinatl, Lnfnyotto, I inL Imlhiuup-
oils, ' lU")l(M- Jv.vi-iiji7i y,. wfiunin-, i
1 Calroj TiOiitsvitle, .or 'Meiuphls, may bo j
i leaohi'il witli, equal facility. "
! Thijrndtrorrir egg-), poultry, I
I dairyjprdduets, lieJiles, oi'oliurd .prijduo. j
lions,' or miriipn'egtuuiiie; iinjroihiioi
polntJ.nJlip,Jpb';ku CoiiUtiiludit; this I
widuitxiUoci tuu same lucmtici lor
marki-'tlngitdi'tloest IVntinl !Ill)u?ilHi If i
niontrrilibllig -hp- the ))bjefc spught-
trj nvv . . . - . . - I . . 1 . . 1 . 1 ... .,, . r
and when la It not? this consideration
should weigh heavily in determining
the location of homo aeokcre In the
Wo filncorcly trust this a'rtlclo will
meat the eve of Eastern reudera who
long for homes here in this glorious
Mlsslaslppl Valley, and that twenty-five
I or thirty bright, confident, energetlo
I young couples among them who are
neiguuors win lorm a pariy ami coma
right out hero and establish themselves.
If nnv hucIi should come, let us advise
, you not to get land iMiyry. Do not huy
moro man loriy acres ameco at iirsi.
Put that out In young trees at once, aud
while tho trees aro young raiso vegeta
bles, berrlca, poultry, eggs, &o., for
market. JJuy home good cowh and make
butter to sell'. Huy young hogs uud
fatten them for tho murket. You will
! suqeeed splendidly, never fear, and then
I you will get good comfortable homes of
. your own, nnd live to thank us most
1 lieartlly for your glorious independence.
I We fhtd.a calculation In tho Fnc Trcul-
rr, which'jiuts tho current expenses of
this ecotnlcal government at 5105,000,000
'JliNniiuIo In estimate where it would
better tally with tho purpose of the writ,
er to make it below, rather than above
the actual figure, tto we may conclude
that the figures do not exaggerate tho
facts. Thus It appears that under this
economical administration, the current
expense are moro than twice what they
were under Buchanan's administration
which was charged with being u very
lavish one. For years beforu the incom
ing of ludieul rule, the yearly expenses
of currying on tho government, were
from $00,000,000 to Sv80.00O.00U, and the
radicals growled because they were so
heavy. They nctually went Into power
on the cry of "retrenchmonU" Aud
now, In a time of profound peace, these
same economical gentlemen more man
double the expenses which they de
. lint Itnitil ny tiuii,Mjiua ntul riu n'liGtnrill
........ .v. ... .....0.3 ...... ..
'the Itov. Cooke case Is one of tho
! funniest ami most incomprehensible
M'aiutu.H or the tiny. I lie pastor or a
M-undu.H of the day. 'I he pastor of a
1 godly and goodly nock, enjoying In tho
rich fields he poised all that a parson's
heart, iniiflit wlnh. and relotcinc: in the
ownership of ono wife anu a promising
Hahlwlii jdppili, Kiiddenly yields to the
wiles of thu world, the flesh and the
devil, and makes off with tho fulrost
lamli of the Hook in his uhun;u. He is
mysteriously iiucomeatable for four days
and night", when suddenly he returns
hhj stolen fruit Willi a certificate nf hound-ne.-s,
proceed to blacken nn editor's eye
for enllliiL' him' hard names, fpemU a
1 niglil in a stailon-liouse. nreaiciusts on
. ehops with one of the brethren from his
!.(. Mil l II... .lTrililnil, 1'i or. nf I.uii.
, I'ltyruf.Vnturnl Scloiicra
('. A. Vi:H'II T... I'mf Mnllicmutlrs mid
f'rlnrlpal Huh ii ii an
r. r. rnirri:n . .. .inr. oi rnKiun.
i:. 1. Ill i.I.Ol J... m! crlorii on C'aiiiiiirrrlnl
I. S'.Jl Ki r.ll.n I,rlnrrr on I'liyilsloKV
Mil's, i. h. smith, l'rwuilrf. kii I I'rlm IimI or Sin-
MI--W. WlltTSIAN, l'fiu ipul of Prnniry -k-lmol.
Ml ii WltmiAN. As.i.uin '
Mil. C. H. W.LlOTl', Twliur of UrniiiinMilnl Wmk.
Courses of Study:
Tli UWmwI niKlPflfntilJocour uf IliU ln.tilu
1 1. .ii nittluUrt th." UmIIi iKimll iiur.ni.1, lid iihjii
tln ir i-u. .fiil . otiipftii i lilt trguUii tjri'C nru
Tin pntir' in thlii Mlitfol lii'lt)il lVninaiiilili.
(. 'inir.oraHMl Arithmetic, Ho"l;.Ke'i;(, IVIcrnjili
iukkiI'I mnunrciil l.mr, iitli tciti of Mmlvr
f A' t'rfilit. ,
In tiiu fli(!.l'1!i'rVtty!U w-slTium tin' pr.n-tk'ft of
i isKj ui.nn mlriainjj, ttli'l 13 thft'fj . lut'lllilllii;
ii.ri.iinli 1Ui. Ilinnffif. Cumitxi'iuiliil unil Caiiini).
I miinn, tli r frmirt t.v j?icii'jli'n for wMtut if
i ill- nl, '
I'll I! lA It ATII It V 1) IUM KTJI KMT.
Tin 'Ji-ixtrliiKHU in'-Iitdi-J Ihc .ImliiK nwiiiy lu
.r. uh- (ur. rKi,lr iftrw Ifi Collrjc.
It ul..i ill. Ilulw k i iMino i f nirmigfl fur lliOo
who.-! iumi r ini.n' H nu toil unit h." IU'IiJa uii.
nl- li) M4riie ihu ntouoxtMi'luJ.
Tiiitt'fi lcrfc'll0n'of5', l, ilit'olliu ,
d.rA .7...... v. .. . Si ui
Tmilm In 1IiiIiiis fivliiiul Ji u
1A l" I
" PmARmT of Jluk.
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' ornnmntal Wnrl - n ii
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