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VOL. LXXX1V.-NO. 457. WILMINGTON. DEL., SATURDAY, SEPT. 19. 1874. PRICE 1 CENT. clocks, WA Tcnm, ac. O. I. BUSH* - HAB REMOVED UAH REMOVED HAS RBMOVBD HAS RHMoyBD HAS RrJWVEP HAS RRMOVRD TO THB / Maih-wMl tnntr ®r Itavnik •äÜ ark»« A Creel., I 4 A LAHOR STOCK OF W atches. J ewelry, & Silver-ware,' Constantly on hand. JER'RdpAlriiig promptly attended to. apr20-ly 407 Market 8t. 407 BENJ. S. CLARK, A full assortment of superior Clocksi Watches» Jewelrv and Spectacle;» Constantly eu hand and for sale at the low est market rales. Particular and personal attention given to Repairing any article in the above line. A fine assortment of Spectacles constant ly on hand, and sole agent for the Celebra ted Diamond Spectacles. marl5 riMK nmniM, u locks «■ d JEITIILRY. Ai Wo 15 Bast Fonrth BtrsAt, WILMINGTON. DEL.. The undersigned would re spectfully eail the attention ladies aud gontlemen to 5*^»^^^^*his fine asiortmeut of Watch Jewelrv, Hilver and Plated Ware, allot weicnis entirely new and embraces and most approved styles, lie attention to his American Lever Watch, which is a superior article, both in finish and for correctness of time. A good as sortment of docks, iowelry and fllver and S lated ware always on hand, at low figures. IvcrythiM guaranteed as a represented. Repairing of all kinds promptly and neatly don»' <>n reasonably terms. Public patronage respeeti J CLAYTON ootÄtf the aska I fully solicited. MAS>KY No. 15 K. Fourth streut. PRCSTON AVARS, Practical Watch Maker; Anti Joaler in > INK AMKKICAN AND SWISS WATCH KS CLOCKS.JKWELRV. SPECTACLES. RY K ULASSKS. SIL\ EUWAKE.io.. 404 King St , WIU Del. Pnrtimtar attOTitifn paid to repairinx in »II tl. lirnnehef ; also, rhiinitins tpoctacle (tlm» c. lia» a aood aESortineot of glasses con . »länlly on hand. . „ _. ■Ï i he public ie cordially invited to call and '.vm.ine my stock and team my prices. •««.p»ty_ & 4 • a GEORGE JACK. ;tOâ» MnrlfPt St. WATCHES. JEWELRY, AC ■v SPECTACLES A EVYlTflLAS S ES— HOLD. blLVKK AND CnüURK FRAMES. We claim IVom experience to suit •very peculiarity of unpaired vision, and ia ev«ry ease guarantee satvstac tioii. Uur iaoilities are such that we can exchange gl%*ses m any shared frame to suit the customer in A fewjjour»» N B —First store above Third street. Kapiuriog in all its branches serB-ly JAMES BRADFORD. FA 1 YÎS, «ILS, VARNISDES, WINDOW (1LAPS, Cement »«id CalolneC Platter. Paints whit#lead, red lead, white *3no, iron flint. 1 itbrieati.ff <"»"• jin'W'i o.U «J»** 1 » til. lard oll. »*»ts foni oil, oo»l oil, lilden A ' tleohew'» vaniUbe*. Kng'iih varnish.», alco fo*. tiTrpwSL. I'aint milia. Paint. ro.Jr Mix«4. artist»' in»terl»ls. —ax flower »atari . ni. dwiali-ouiania piotarM.all kind» ol foreign and domestic «!»»». »tamed, ornamental and an.raved • c inch nsioters material, itencil Solon, ladders of different Iwirths. ready ■ laied suh.gold leaf, brontes, vennillions. poking glass plates. Nos.G M»d ft Third St. Y WILMINGTON. DEL. 1 N. B.—Partienlar attention paid tn Kau«, gad Milp Palutiiiii, hlg* WrWlng,ie, •r *pi C. S. MORGAN) Dealer in New aud Popular Styles ol 621 MARKFT STREET, WILMINGTON. DEL. )IVR EXCELSIOR SHIRTS ARE MADE TO ORDER, Oat by Measuru anil » Perfect FU vu«r»n- NH j > may22-dind HOUSTON & PRTZER, DEALERS IN EAS, COEJFEES, SUGAR» .A-nsru sneme. •Iquiiuso and Chinese Curlooilie», I Ro. 11 Eut Foarth Streat, WILMINGTON. DEL LflR' SPECIALTY: BP ... NUTMEGS, GINGER, MUSTARD, MEj-' I.oVKS ALLSPICE. PEPPEF WN' ÎÎAM0N. MACE. hW It ET A «JtfN CHf. X. LATE. IOÄJ — - - — — « r JOHN'S hotel, > ' I'D tUIlKXT NTIIKKT, WILMINGTON. DEL . JAMES M»LANAN. r . t i I fliarao-tf >■ ■ rvmvisrrryo goods. TH p; CKI.EHRATED « iWIUCMN SHIRT PERFECT FITTING, COMFORT, EASE, KLEOANCE, Made to Order & warranted a True Fit ßend for Self-Measurommit Circular J. P. DOÜQHTEN, Ko. 4tO;iVIurket Street, Wilmington. Del, The .Treat dwoover» of the Paeile eeeeU THR CKLhBRATKD Trade and H. H. H B Sale Mark HOKiüE: JflEUICIilEs A. A. T. 1NUK. This medicine is without dispute one of the greatMt external pi «parutions in the worlafor man or beast. It is gaining a great er reputation in a shorter time than any other remedy ever has, by. performing such cures as has never been performed before in Blood and Bone Spavin, and all external Dis eases of the Dorse, and is a certain cura for Chronio Rheumatism, Diptheria aud Sore Throat of ail descriptions in persons. No family should be without it as a household medicine to apply to,aud all horseman should have it in their barns or stables, as one of the best horse medicines now in ose. See circu* pamphlet for full paiticulars. For sale by druggists generally. Manufactured by FRANCIS k ELDR1DGB. No.920 North Front street. Philadelphia. jan!9-wl v majl7ly lar Now be Careful About how you buy your ' refrigerator, Don't bur any until you »»amine the "RELIABLE. « What we claim for it is first, its perfect dryness:2d, nmre cold air and better circula tion, with less ice than any other In use. Itis lined with hard wood.and no tine lining to corrode. Call an«l ? 40» N111PLKY MTHKKT may 6 it in operation at R. MORRISON. HOTELS. jmcuMMi uoiimi:, ,V/•.'It' CASTLE, DEL. JOHN NV.ORAY, Proprietor This large and beautifully t-imated house h in the very best repair for the reception ot visitors,who will find at it all the accom modations of a FiR&T-CLAKB UOTEI*. It co mds a fine view of the Delaware Bar. and i i t of the most pleasant and de lighttul places iu the »täte for excursions or pio nies The house is kept ia the best style, the bar tilled with the odoiceet wines, liquors and malt drinks, end table supplied with the substantial* and iuiurba of the market. Excursionist* can srr.ve by boat or rail. Partie« who *.*>!» to go fishing or boat riding on the noble Delaware, oaa be accom modated with suitable boats. The patronage ot the public i jyZl-tf been put respectfully soheued. L W. GRAY WESTERN HOTEL. N. W. Cor. 4th & Orange Streets 0. J. KYLB. Pbopkibtub. J _ 2 . The above Aoase has b**en put in !!£ c«»uiplete repair for the reoeption of !(3 guests, where they will receive all the IIA acconimodationo of a first-class bote), liar filled with choiooet win*a, liquors,cigars, »kc., and the table supplied with the best the niirket affords. Transient and permanent boarders accommodated at moderate rotes. Good stabling and attendra hostlers- A liberal ihare of public patronage is respect fully solicited. aug2-d-tf ptUMK NEW HUNGARIAN Grass Seed Al W. N, CHANDLER'S. 611 Market Street II mailt UNITED STATES HOTEL eh flz Water SI-*. INI. \V.Cor. Kr. T. II. MKiimxr. PrcprUtnr. The aboro house han been put in complete repair for the reception of auests. where thoy will re«3eive all the oocoiuin dations of a first*class hotel. Bar filled with the choicest of wines, liquoT*. Ac., and the table supplied with the bext the raarkot affords. _ iyMQ JJOTICE. INDIAN KINO HOTEL 108 AND 111) MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. John M«uiley has put in two new Carom Billiard Tables at the above address. The room is now open at all limes lor the accom- modation of the publio. ion21-tf JOHN MKALKY. Truss & Brace Department H AVING a stock of Tr mmwm , __ HHIpertensNaNpenaarlesftiJo Il er mechanical appliances,unsurpassed in ex tant and variety by that of any other simi lar establishment In the country, and with upwards of Twenty Years' «Experience la applviac them. w. ihi confldent of oar »bilitr to (lv. Mtir. tatiifaotioa to .11 tho*. r.quiria» oat (.rvii-M in this diroctioa. OUR IHTHIINEIITI Ar. eou«tra»t«d in lb. bast nbaaar, of tha bt«i inst.ri.fi, and nf v.rica»sites to luit Ul o«! f:ua> tb. aui.llest infant to lh. lulMt »doit. »V.b.v. A PRIVATB ROOM Fez th»!. »liu.lw.nt, while our prleM in -joi »... »-S to v»n.d, hr ear axUuiv. «..-»rtcsMit, a»t-. v>U lb* imdkM all ela*«M , ^,v °,hJ U?." .xprïïrad Tif v # .V4f «mâiicatiün of the ''""N ** 0 ® r B bk3)GECR^T * OV-.dittkMiiiii. « ■+ ««* ^kSSSSfo. LTXES OF TKAVRL. U I L A D K L l'Il I A. WILMINGTON k HALTIMORK HAILUOAD APRIL 20th. 1874. Trains leave WilmincUn as follows Philadelphia and intermedia*# 188.8.131.52, 9 30, 10.:*, a. m ; 2. 4.4 ». 7 15. 10.24 P Philadelphia and New York. 1.11 a. m.; 12.17, 5.42, p. in. Baltimore and intermediate stations, 12-52, 02, a. m. ; 5.20. p.m. Baltimore and w» shincton, 12 52, 2.03,10.02 a. m.; 1.23, 5 20. 7.10. p. m. Trains for Delaware Divisim, leave for : New CasÜe. 12.55, 10.10, a. m.; 1 25. 6.3\ 8 50, p. m. Htaford and intermediate stations. 12 55. 10.10, a. m.; 6-05, p. m. Delmar and intermediate stations. 12.55 10.10, a. m. Fi P w 10 SUNDAY TRAINS : Philadelphia and intermediate stations. 4,45. 6.30. p. m. Philadelphia and New York. 1 31. a. m. Baltimore and Washington. 12.52. <.h3. #. For further information passengers are re* ferred to the time tables post'd ut the depot H. F. KBNNEY. ^uperintendf nt. 1LMINÖT0N am READING RAIL . ROAD. On and atte« Tuesday, May 26th. 1871.trains will run over the Reading Brascs as tel* lows:— Going Northward W Going Southward STATIONS. No.2. No.4. No 6. N 0 . 5 .N 0 . 3 . N 0 . 1 . p. m. p- m. a. m. 6.15 1.45 6 30 Wilmington 9 M 3.12 6.03 2.38 7.24 Chadd's Ford 8.25 2.19 6 49 7.0) 3- v 8 R.H Coatecville, 7.25 1.0» 5 57 8.01 4.16 9.11 Springfield. 6 28 1 2.0S 5.u7 8.34 4 56 9.41 Birdaboro', 5 54 11 :M 4 32 9 0 7 5 30 10.15 Readiuf. 5.20 11.00 4 U0 CONNECTIONS : At Wilmington with trains on Philadelphia Wilmington a Ballimore.tind Delaware Rail road.«; at Chadd's Ford with trains on Phtla delphia k Baltimore Central Rnilroad; at Coatesville with trains cn Pennsylvani* R. R., and at Reading wi b troins on Philadel* pbla k Reading.Lebanon Yaller.East Pfimi. and Reading a Columbia and the Berks County Railroads. SUNDAY TKaINS.-A train wi I le Reading at 7.10 a. iu., on Sunday, arriving at Wiloiflg on at 11,17 a. in. Leaving Wilming ton at 3-^0 p. in., arriving at Cbatid's Ford at 4.17 ; CoateiVtlle, 5.25: au I Kea«ling. at 7.37 p. m. E.COLLINGS. General Superln»eode^t. a. n». p. m. p. »«. : 7.3 i P MARTIN JOHNSTON, BOOK - BIN DE II. AND P.LANKf BOOK M ANU FACTURER. M.igaii nes. Music and Publications of all kind hound at the lowest rates Back Numbers of periodicals supplied Special attention given to making Ao count Books of every variety of K »liu« sod Binding. Batisfio-tion guurantee-1. Orders by mail wil I receive prompt attention. ;_j ■mao r HAKTIN J0H.WT0.7, I 4*20 SHIPLEY STKKKT, No à*»)-':* it W1I.MTNO' REIUOVAIi. I have removed from my old stand 4 ( " Shipley i treet. to N.W. Cor. 3d & Shiplev, Whore» witn increased facilities. I shall be bettor prepared to supply the wants cl my o ustoiners with STOVES. IIKATERS. iR^HSTGS-IES, »AND House Furnislilng (loods generally. Being thankful for post favors I hope by personal attention to busin« ss to r ntinue to recti* e a »here of your patronage. R. MORRIBON. N W.C «r. Shipley St reel*. fe-^md f The New Castlciouniy MUTUAL Insurance Company, No. 602 Maikot Street, INSURES AGAINST FIRE, Hur.aaa and all other kinda of Buildings with their con tents, For periods of time varying from 3 month' to a term of years Msiuaias : » 1I.I.UH Csnbt. fill 111 kOUIN. Sih'lCsnby. Olimint U. Smith," WlLLIiM TsTHiLI., Jammu Ukapfoku. John tlUVKH, Chah. '.V. Howland Kdw'd Bminuhi'ust. Jamka Kiddli. KuïAID T. BkLI.AH. A. F. fiHANMUN. AsMTON R I CHAM PHON, GlO. U. BaTXS. M M Pi MtkitR WILLI AM TATN ALL. Proa't. tcblO d «AMT- SM1XH See'». DELAWARE FIRE Insurance Company, Jfo. 60S Market Street, WILMINGTON. DEL, Charter Perretnal Incorporated 1826. Insurance for a term of veari. or Perpetual Insurances at Greatly Beduood Ratos. ^ sea promptly adjusted and paid, uraace against loss or damage by •w os any other company. DIRECTORS: fire u w m. Canby, Wen, M Canby, W. G. Gibbons. , Geo. W- Bush, Geo. W. Stone. WILLIAM CANBY. P «blent. F. L. OiLrut. Secretary. Geo. W.Iparlu. Krancia Barry. Wiu.lt- Swift. Joh R. Tatum nr£' TO J. W W Kl.CH C. F. W BLCH. J. A. To»d. J. C. Cammom. TODD, WELCH 8c CO.. Cmnmisflion Merchant. For the Sale ot CODHTUV produce;, STAND No t, ODD FELLOWS' HALL, Third and Mm lli il WllnU|t.ii,Dil Coaii(anioata rnpwtfollr »olieitwl. R» ptlv awl.. Alt orders fi r (o«ia Had and furaaitUd. jpMwlF tarns pr promptly fi Pouaor MIIsTOlsr, DEL. 1 J. F. HART, Pr«|»ltt»r. rrtHIS Umm. bat Ulely boon flltcd up. and X rwolvM strict atuatioa of tbo Propri etor, and U olmnad »»one lh. bMt hut»U ol tb. Psalm nia. i wklzw Hot nu n Suffrage 1 usités. and its Par Fi lb, laJrp.ndeot It U good »ir.tegy, we «cpy?«e, to 11* low w b eu b buii-icun. blow,. Tbf'-J are favora ble time, to urge a rrfor very pi-favorable ouej ; and wtien the latter occur It miy be well to re«t jwhi'o till the •h'.«s »re brighter. Much a period of d-ioger, if not d-uter, the advocatrx of fem»le soQVaga »re now going through. Nee,- d'd a ci3»e r.iffe- »o cruelly from ft§ prol.-tsion-il friend», from I*., flfihy pnraeite«. we might better «»v, who would. If they could. bare s icked cut all it* life. the "m* of |nY -I toa*e J ' tbj p'jb'ie uoo t, ait tbare arc * There n**ç birdîy tvm prop tuitions rçïaFug to women more utterly di*conncct**d tbnn tbeoue which n«»er** for them the rgbt to exprès* by tbc b»**ot *b»Mr will in reference to law* nnd ro'c-s, end that other one which relates that the mn-r-tçe relatioo is a yoke of bondage. They bnve hardly a poirt of coataet. The cne honor* woman by miking her the companion end ndviver with men 'n aff.iir* In wh^rb they bnTcn common in*er eit, sibil« »he other can only degrade wornnn by enktrir her the temporary "ssoemte »*f minb pRik'Tff passion. Tbc one 1« & bond of union, iho other a sword of sc reran ce. They a^rec only in this, that they both pro uoonce t':c word l*V*rty, the on* mean'-n»; •pr^trot thr ; r own person* and be o'ber •il'erty cr In wo-ds f end soroe liberty f o property, liiere is r the îrb^fty and freedom biv? bow bro f le two cense* into onboiy aM-a**cc. C**.a»n iMstb 't too mov-rrout bard'y 9 f art?d befir« hod Bat 3 Ins* tîc-i Of for s if? Z leas? v »hrtns* ra 1 n bnd tnbvr» riff uro wçro y Y Üt P jrs. ccrupc: Y'j p. d-jr-.-f V:. nui ihoagUt to tt. ixs! Ihcie u ►f k . .i • c jzu] a-cr. io 1 er r • etca j a-» m*« u*?c» r » i 80CÏAÎ whos. ÜI84 -So: true ref am, r.» selves t ) wo:k ■ e. • i ru-1 'tua 'il 0 i. .o; b:-'U t t»i n s e wham they nuou'd h »remo e »*ia wri tüeoi a o. i 1 S> Lai tha know* to) w: at Waahingf (wbicli we theu denounce-') o; • smrndiuent baj l'ifis male btoe tonous by b» r borritlc ductrmes hie scat) d els, Lotto character, to ah in se!f-re«peY 1 of the men 'be d knows '.r t ij r t. ;• Iha tli • I umbu£ orua: u'i ra by .•It t*»o no •ud horji resk ot lier p->r?oual tu wti'.'i of L-.r l line Ion j Y . - ni T „ ■: :c » y of form to» l ft e *. whether u.»»c ie 'bat fhfir theory ot : *>•«•! rctl-icei to pracV.c? not a iiW pcop e have gusted, costly v. - r i!e suffi*;, by n. y.of • " e 3, The t ' t t. to I 1 S' ptari.-e » u 'th Lol J i';i un» , iscfio tt. > IP. • c i wOé.d-r tr.%* t»:x . ty a» - I their rompsia *, t" the duty sitno tr 1 Th* Com :u Tie tpDc 'Tî Mie.* Bi'.^tow, rlav b *!i:u of the vr." Washi*!ptoa th'-» w ; ~ ;«;~ teen,but horsupass .r^''t ed the ho *:t of p.n ent Lui, wlio declares that h * w > • a ro *ebush and 1 V* on dew aummor for one look of rtf. those orbe of herd." i4 ta: y of y * ix i.MtO uch Kentuck "roost»n ; y hole a i from those orbe of herd." FARM FOR SALE. in f |*11B subscriber offers tor sale his Farm L lying two miles West of Newark, im coo tarai eg SI XT Y -TÜRKE ACRES, uf fi cellent land. Fruits of all kinds, Good Buildiogfl — Urge iwu si .rv iJJjH brick liouse, with nine rooms »-r«t largo garret : Kitchao attachr .; i keiaHL is aow use.1 as a boarding how e. anui suax ber of oity boarders ore accjuamoiUic 1 nj the place every year. It is close to schools, churches. Ac., aid ia a very heaüb* and Improving naiahhorbood. Win be n >l low. and on easy terms Apply for further particulars, on the premises aug'J* Jtw» WILLIAM M. CROSS. ill.-. JjSOK SALH OH TO LBA»SK. The undorelgned is authorized to Invite proposal« for tha purcRhsa or lease ol ibe Surf House, on the grounds of the RDhob««th Beach Camp M«>eting Anoeiatioa. Tue Burt Uuuse is turniehed throughout, aud i* offered with Us furniture. The proposal to lease must contain an acceptable bid far tho pur chase of the furniture. The Association in vitee proposals, with tho understanding that they reserve tho rieht te enforce the rules and regulations which have obtained in the past in the government of theBurf House, and to reject any or all of the offers made. JOHN B. QUIGO, Superintendent. *epl0-2td-2lw Wilmington. Del. it '. 1 1 4 1 1 ^ wiih »i.. A*k- J * ! T F.N DOLLARS REWARD.—STRAYED aw.iv from the suhocribers, a small iron gray MULE, with «lark atripe across his shoulders. Tho abovo reward will be paid for hD returu to our gtabks at Delaware City. Del sep2»2tawkw4i G. F. BRADY A CO. Newark Academy, DELAWARE. ADMITSPUPILSOF EITHER SEX. Gentlemen Instructor« resido with the boya in tlicir Departments. Little Boys in tho special charge of a Lo*y FALL TERM WILL OPEN SEPT. 2nd For Circular* arnly to MISS CHAMBERLAIN. Principal, augti-w'u. WASHINGTON HOUSE. tm IO-h H4RKET STREET, writlN fT N. DF.t .. Ij now op. a f-jr : tion of tnmo- H» flttod ap with nrw funnt»,-. IhraufboiH.bj >Ut<t«UuV-J basinow *p— tb. p-»pr:.;o hoPMloawit . lasr: of im T»bt. »Iw .,1 mpp'i-j tlaatixJ.of lh*»M»oa. G->o > »»sccor r-tt U. UuiUiÄd. -'ir, BtaiSJda* ed. S8ÔW CASKS. AU ».w ktaflfl ttutlM of SOOW CASTS _1.aaiwUeta Md.r. AIM. Genau SUIxer Saab MosUtau ■ »J. t» order, »hob» and dmrablr CafMoara rmwaiC SuocMWira to Htrtit, M»nuf»ctar»r», ho. 140 Via. itreet. Pbllad.IpbU auS-wly The Loit.tyait. Am we anticipated tire lead er» of tlie people of I.ouieiana who eo suddenly overthrew the Kellogg usurpation,now that the federal government lias taken position adverse to their movement, have promptly acquiesced in all step-, required to avoid conflict with United States troops The spii '.t of the decla ration is peace and feaitvtothe natio nal government, while they hope and pray for the ultimate recognition of thicr rights as citizens of Louisiana, but in any event will submit to the final federal mandate. The poop Orleans and of the whole 8 doubtless prefer military rule to the state of things which has so long exis ted, and hence the McEnery govern ment has arranged with the federal commander in New Orleans and sur retulwrs V> him all that had beeu cap tured from the Kellogg usurpation.— Thus Louisiana seems again a "pro vince" of the United States Mean time, however, with the administration at 'Wn.hingtan contending for adher ence to what it calls the forma of law in up'ioldiug the heretofore to recog nized Kellogg faction as proper posses sors of the powers of the Stete, it would he worth while to inquire how far n recurrence tofirsf principles might aid in solving the situation Thu' all gov ernment. of right, derives its existence as well as "its just powets" from tlie people, or, as the Declaration of Inde pende nee puts it, "from the consent of the governed," is the fundamental ar tide of the political creed of every -'smerican In some form or other, of "' ' c f words, this principle finds cx pression iu every State constitution or bill of rights, ns well as recognition in the constitution of the United States. In our own State the very first article of the declaration of rights of the people of Maryland recites "that all govern rnent of right original"? from the peo ple. is founded by compact only, end instituted solely fur the good of the whole, aud they have at all limes the inalienable right to alter, reform, or abolish their form of government in such manner as they may deem exp - dient." Nor is this the mere barreu affirmance of an abstract or theoretical truth. In accordance with the principle thus dtelar-d, and in the exert -eof 'he light so affirmed th"'pcople of Mary land in 1851, in l*fi-!. and again in 18117, abolished their existing state go vernment and remodeled their law. not in accordance with the letter of the constitutional provision, but in »he teeth of the letter, obeying only the spirit. The constitution of the United itales in its fourth article, section four icolares "The United States shall guar untec to every State in thisUnlon a re publican form of government." Put ling these two proposition together,the only recognized and true definition of "a republican fi rm of -on mt:.ent,"as one origninating from t' • , eopl deriving "its jo-t power, fi u tl.e con sent of the governed," :• -1 the federal guaranty to every State in • I'nic.r. ot such a for»' f govern - f t, the -itu atiou of atfaii - in l.mii- '. i, presents two questio- , fan tic i.ello.-g eminent or "usurpation." as it is usu ally and properly called, he considered iu any sense as deriving it.» existence or powers from tli« "consent" . f the lieoole of Louisiana' le of New tatr would rtrnrur ami »v Word the imposition «»f that ornment to-day, f«nvel»y «d' fu lor:« 1 aiLis, upon the p**opl«* of I«oui-iaua, b, tn ar-'ordanu-e With republican prim i pl«*s or in the true spirt of the «••»nsti tntionr* g «tarant y i - We apprehen«! that the answers to both quesUuUs ui unhesita.'.ngly in the negative. Kellogg dynasty notoriously deiiv* i its origin by a roui» <V «lut iH.*rpetratcd iu the interest ami at the instivrati«»n of a faetiou by a corrupt an«l part usa □ judge, for whose impeachment steps have taken in the House «>f Représentât It has been upheM in power from iu origin solely by the countenance the President and by the aid «.f fed eral ba/enets, without wiioao protection* in the language of »Senator Carpent. r. •'it could not stand in the fa«*e of the hour." That g.»vern t-» have been now do r •evolution accomplished .-1 Is T In* •n uf jieople foa- on. ment appeal -1 tbruwu by a'mojt W.-KÜc-oily, under eircuuistau. es wieeli gave the mi'itary forces of tlie United States upon the spot no pre text or occasion for interierenee, and to the immense relief and satisfaction, it appear?, of all the respectable, suf- staatial and conservative people of the State, white aud black. In the fare of the popular uprising the Kellogg concern appears to have simply and mime liatcly coUatised. It d»ed almost witlmot n struggle, jr.st as its subordinate office« an 1 supporters, civil and military, svr render almost w.thout attempting a Now in its defense. »holl whose emptiness munstrafced, tin verification of r- net: Carpeuter's prediction,) a new fever meut appeuri and is recognized oy the people, which is not the creation . f the revolution, not extemporized for oc casion. but claiming to''derive its just powers" from the consent of t'-e people of Loaisana, declared in accord, r.co with the forms of law th-ough the ballot-box. claiming to Is 1 . and to have been alt along, the rightful J: jure government of the State. It has now become, a voru.ng to appearance-, the lie facto goveeumeut also. To empfi.y tho military arm in the undoing of what the people have thus done, in overthrow'.nft what had become the ex sting order of things, and in rein '. tatiug. against the will of the people, a 1 gove-nment wir eh is neither dr ... o' nor 1 ie freto. and which not one administra 4 1 ton öe-mtor on»y. but a etvmui'ttee of t.'u* Sénats cliarged w.th the speei-l investi ^ vtioa ot the whole matter, ha solemnly Dra-îÇ.edMS "a usilTMStiou.' would jeeai J * 0 w uefadv f at removed from the eon ! -g^:pht"or cf the constitution, and the r.\ig duty of »he 1'res nient. Aeeord - .j pre ent advice*, tranqeility and er prove. '. '.New Orleans and Umisi ana. There -tomccwmity fo-any int-r position of to : i deralanthority or use of thefcderal troops. Thera is no war of raeao. no disorder, a»» domestic d sturbau.-e or eonâict tobequaHed.Tae troops who have been ordered to the scene for the protac tion of Ufo and jxropoi t y and for tho pceaarvt t-on of pcaco wiD find, twcord ui | to present indications, life and prop erty equaUy a4CVt and the public peace In place of tn«' has thus been «lo- n« >»rdc maint:'n l un. 1er S:ot<* o iîhor ve the 'e ;,: bid *, «i i u hose ' ut ju . 1 ' Hirli h-* . te g it con irr.i^s co seeu t :a: t e fe »?r 1 ;nv well affo: 1 nui, lu : u ü un. MO cia m i 1 r 4 u the r e , ,- g a;ra- • at, - wouH neat ( -II , o. so long ? id Correspond 1 n't of the Gcaett:. Western ( '~rresflouden c«. * AG"*D F' LIC EA, ÜACOL PI.N C'j . J1 L. D ■ S K 01 Pa t C. /'. Job, ing tha Settle- on. K q piiy-bin? a; :o D* you n- ?n eôito •nil you a Duiawareona. Away off here ; n ' . dom," et un Old Sett'era* t om *« in aw,r D 'UK" . note x I von •oi:n y >n <■ I '.. Mr. N*: «on D n : .y of tireenff :ti • -or. 1. in t!>" f:o u:ie gaîtr»? « on wool i u of noodl qr ind <1 a V'Xf ;i n* ■n • t n f.n t! n î . n*. ■n oee It was q hund-nti and in - y-*ou M *-4 Kenn:». M~h. Dicker*, of oy nativi. State relie of sint : qu:ty. I , t • i,. y ■*. ndin her ■ \ i : t' i:?>t to V J. A • KONI For the G.i/rtte. l .otn MaptjCit. WH \T Ihik< T'' IS V \ N s i»mr t in ; _ r » * I v Mit. Editor titY-d in several of t'-e p jv •• State that there was tc-sf going on in rcf< balls," wbif h 1» held in the v'c'-ifv of M v *e', W.l It lies been w eks -Ml.ll t lie a»te a nee t Y b« Ml Md lowgrovcand Pot. reb niy prlv'Vgp tt • i n it brin -z f. in tliut sect 1 V «J home While place my ut; cot ion h:n l about fr«»m pince t.» 1 to on c the pieces whc-c the 1» ' held, ami r lia V»* he .1 the In e 11 ti-il tor t' . tn, ,.-»,1 it'ul I' st:i t anil look upo :i'l II, ously Up«'-n |l!t Whir «I S tii ir "3M W !i « f Ilptlli V : » • I t llii^ sponilin I T *1» 111 • nun tln*iv :tryt!iipw that 1 .■ a t. *i WPulllli«T, w plia: bally ii« it. ran w< tion is Un* «• ba'ls ? t* l foil to y m 1 er or b. t:»*: M in I In n •r Bnt V- v bo attend :»nd p. : Sari v' no: i Ive at y »ate i i Im t»» bave had ( lirY Sun l> m tra u not rhiMrrti rho In Im 14' So flv n..• parents, men who liavi anitv or the vi ,»»r t i •IV 1 I il of roll Mr. A -< loll Il i ' • m* t .n«' - member »»f i In' r*i y \\ ir, a ul site ha*clirisi . v. ( D ■••«««. uml 'hr • * <-t v »lt i.il il f. n' 1 v. In rf;itb • of tb»* Si »II :* < IT and tli ' ii«» t:» *ii \v»i. i lb«- « b n 1.« niton-i To that I can tnerev and v«* 1 1».* .TRU'D nlv v t'ie • i. "•! I. iv, • vom >u. Ii memiif ts, and tri loubb* , •«HI of prat*«* ti> tli« - * « tu i-t an p i'M p. t in b!. tbom t « • bear ;1 Ii e u p: their children nr«* b. .n.- mr nm.ti them ami upon the «*au<«* they adv« cate A ml to that father win» li;*s * lie »«I of the community <«> n* ar to heart, «rive courage t<> ra; • a tli. bi V« >f tiii •vil, a m I clenunriation show to tin* world that Ii d »PP to tlicsu tiling- and it \w< «1» ^1».* d«u - i patfï» iu tli« liis own prin« ipb'^aml n turn t«» tlii*» «|U« -Tn>n. \N bat ;«•• balls •rott«*i: up for. if tl.« re is n« t«t rmtrary i>l..*s .«1 at tarlud t.» Hu m f. »• m ii any > t an nun a IT« ml t" içi v« t « nt i< Mi ami in« a»' to a Un ir time, a! i*u from . bill oil til«' which they <l«*rivt* n uth« r baml are degrade«I, «b*in«»ralizol and ilfba-« «1 by it that tin .«* can l»t* found in this c«»niinunit\ publi 1(1«> not 1 one think in.: ill;« or womai but what will ^ay that an* sinful. ii i iil lu-lp ^ i in i-vil in its must open and irlaiim; 1 1 ilo not prili-nd l" su> Unit this t su much greater than many of the which men indulge iu hut we find v.. men indulging in this Ladies refined and accomplished who would scorn the idea of being found in the bar-room or rum-shop where rum, may be found at the dead hour ul night in the woods i men whose clucks are flushed, and <e brains are diz/v from the efTei is Tlu-y ca ii V il i i*vil men meet t" drink itb company l«» Ami veiling ladies of the w me cup. are not ignomni of tbi? fact, they know that young men go there to drink, ami a lady may visit the rum -bop and a- sociale w itii those wlio frequent it with the » in propriety that she i -.ii ipate in public balls, lircan?« oritv of nu n xvho alten 1 them Tin an attend a; tin t\ tin' |rum->ho|> :*-e iuiiissohUtdy joined, bavin.: one cMiimon fnther. lady who attends thoM* place datioi wiys by that very druuketim ss ar.d dissipation are t« ftpectablc, and tiny must know that there is nothing heiter ùiird to h id youths anil young men into the p «ih of drunkenness and ruin than the*« Many young men go t ho w indu not think of • Why y because sM«*r all« ' t\v«> Kv.tv VOUU - that till SI' things -ing to balls tlic rum-shon go«*!» thcr*' or Mi<> A or H, and «m «'our-i it i> respectnble ma:: is persuadeil by tliose missionarie of sin tv' drink, which is often tho first It may be, young lady, who by your influe» ce cm- pl ieeslfor,most n fcurcdlv, the men would not go if the ladies did not) may at some futuie time lead you to the hynuniel ul n . and there, when it is too late, you w.li tiud yourself mute to misery, u n tcheil ness ami poverty, and the eternal 1 morse of your soul will be that y» ever gave countenance to public balls, or au\thing else that leads to drunken ness and sin. But bow long,«» how long before these things come te an end When will the people c.a-eto do evil and learn to do good. M.vRTDRL. Sept. I" 1 . l'T4. And Hier, that voulu: Step to rum. llu* youv.g men have uoen led to tU X.