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- lnH (Kr Pfl at Dally !
; ' jfall uocrllr..
D '.-in? t !"n"ac the rlmilation f th
1 inrnrmti out-ld- the rity, we have re-
th; r m rahn-i; and hT
(j;U will I- fumlbr.J at th follow in; low
Yiar. !)' nnil t I'M'
j: mntM, t.y rwil . .
CBCtll,') TUlil I
! TVr w 'U hin mad in theprier
ff ur .lady lo rity ai', n-M. It will 1
LvrTfrl M brt"f -f. at tw. nty-fi vr etit I-r
wei, ex llve dvdUr irye..r.
Appartlannient Hill.
Ir7iilth tjxial sion f-f thr liM-Iattire
'Jcd, it ae-fin. fr n-- i'irtl' ular purp'
rri to n . i'i r priiti-n f r Ui Mit- prin
ter ( who 1 -l.it- .rint r now a dite .!!Wr
failed to pi a ro:itln fivorin; the punidi
Btrnf'f Ji rr.livt ( i- rhsp rn ae count of
he onl iTati n th -ln jfave Iiitu h?
ibouM I rail--! Mr.Jrn;RoN I AVI- ) fuil. 1
ta i.!'rc President JmN-N, it alo, fail-J j
to p apirtionrn. nt l-iil. Thi, if any jut j
t-Jtla mr.iil.l hate ''hen U !V the I.eMjh-
lican majority. I "r.-at wren::, aivl er.und
of lrn!ii.'nati.-u on the part of the pxplr.
If rrpn atithe sr tvrrniü nt rjimot I? ba-
xi Ojx t a f.iir apjxrtionriuTit; if nearly jii..l
, jrti"Tii "f i "i'I" rann t h m-arly f-jiial
representation, th n .he It follow that
in anrl ra' t!i- f-;w K"'f,m the rn my, an.l
,11 the Inju-li.-' f rtrbt(ratt: government
pralb. .-'to h i th-- r. tt. n .rou'h y-t ni .
of Uni'lm I, In ftttinpt. to overthrown, whUh
that country ha I.e. n eonull "Ith n;;ita-
tlon. On i.or..u.-h in r.nä'lan.l, with a j
p.pulati..n. -TitMte.rfwo immbr to Var- j
liam. nl. w l.te .hr with a nnuh l3r--r J
population, - nt no -rciUr mirnr, or 1-T-
bapt none at ail. The ditlVreme in rapMlty of
rrowth. of lifo r. nt l...r.m;tn, ma-le the 1niu--
tiee the more er an l trikin. 1 o tr.i v
tem th I!nlin people would not uf.mrt.
Now. h.w J- it in .ur Mate Th eon-titu- !
tional r-pr.reinent f r apr rtionment In been
di.hey.., Ii -r r.ir l- 1 ; t.y the düfm-nt ra
tio of liirrt'ivc of p-.p'il iti jii la diff rent c.un
tie, th." rottm l;roi j ijUui of Ewjlan l i
OH tta, an l it b u t r : ruu-l. Take a f. ; , out
cf a multitude of example th täte .f our
rtpre. nttion a!ljr l-. 1'utnam oounty,ei
4,k0 ot- and h t Ao r. pre-etit.itbe. Vio
and Lap-rt-' triv i. , h, .',' vol. and have
radi twft r pr. nt ttire. Tip:.e. aiioc irive
"if.,n ,ot. s and h i two, and but two repren-n-.
tative, lit- u.'h um the -ale of lutu:itn. she
hoiil I h ive lUr. . VVajne rounty jfiv - ix
thou- titd and a -m .11 fr i tu-n, aiol hi Ihne
rfi-rrn' ut i' 'it.. w hil." M.iri.n ten th.ti-
rvl . t and -till Ii i lut two ripreeitt-
tive. Put!...u.'h f th., to i.hor tb-ama-
in inu.?,,.. ..f tie- pr..-nt rj"ortioiiinnt; I
and if h If :i im! h . rt'e-n had been made
t p ! :i jut bill a- w a- in id.' to p.i-- appr.
prUti 'ti- f.-r M printing, a bill would have
pr,--,-d. but a Ihi- would have I --it w.ok f..r .
thobn.nt.f th- lM-opb nt 1.11.-. it u.i l...t
loll.'.
n,ir .i.T. --i ii tl app ' rt loiuu. nt
linjll-t, but W:iIl..t ri ft i t'-d.
b alike
Thr .iilherii Mulej.
linn lifty v.-ar- Ion -. , tie- -..u!lv rn j
-!,.uld our I'nlou 1. I t b-ell,. r. will j
there r in he i. I .ubt. Tie i oii-id-rati- u.
ouht to h ve wi i.dit w ith thoughtful nu n in
l.'tenninlii our pr m ut jw.hH.'iil u. -ti.-ii. I'y
andbv.ll the 'lii..i is re-t Ted, We of the
North hall ! in the jm)h r of the !..itth. We
ought not t.. d. -.re th it vvSi-n th tt d iy .on..,
it shdt br -had. .wed by bitt.-r nieni .ri.-. lion-
orabb w ,r. wit!, K.ii. r..u m i-n inimity in
Uo es, dl nut k.ip alive mil iiuuiori.;
but brutality iu war, m l ri. I ty rannv ov er th-van.ptt-he
1, will p.rp.tuif.- their pall, an.l
ktimul do r. n;,re t tho third and fourth g n
eration. That th"-outh I, destined t outgr.'iv the
Norlb.vvo ) lo. r. d t ) sh w:
Tlu- S..utt.rn -tat- have line h.nrbor f r
thi a . oini.o'd iti.'ti of l r. i'ii commerce: so
have the S i tie r M it es.
They havr u-.b'eriv.-r lor tin- n uiii..da-
tlolt f iulan 1 tran-potiii; h ue the North
ern Stt".
They hue a i-t pi tnliti f w.tt.r p .w. r;
o h ive the Northern Mal-
Ih h:.!i an U u-ive t. rritori : so have
the Northern stat-.
The) an pi'.!u e w in.-; or m tin- .rt!n in
Stale t" ..i.- t. nt.
Tin ) hue iiieh m-tible iiuneial vve ilth;
have the North, rn state.
They can Tai-corn, hav , at-, wheat, p.-ta-
t.w-wfi t.-.; so e in the Northern Mat. , r.ut;
Th ) all t i-e cotton, ri. e, tob.ie.-o, and etil
t r prv.la. t. . ! hi. h tin- Senio r t de can
not.
Th. ) can laie ab'Ut all Uo- Nolthc'li Mates
cn. and m my i fth tm-t pr:1t .''!. Top
that the latter M;.t. ,.- til Hot.
The b It of Mate b twc.n tie- ho riur
and the liulf i f M vi.o pre-, ut i variety of
product uuurpard in tin-w. rid. At p res
ult price, tin- Top of cl t .ii. I and to
bacco th -sc ? ri t prodio
W Ollld ex-ee.l In .'iio- u I
I b. f..-,- th ' w ar
II. ill I lllilliotl . f
dollar a vear.
Why d mv e w i-?i to kep r;uh Mites out i f
tie Inioti Why .1 we wi-h to trinip'e
on t!i i.i in tie I'ltU-ti?
If vve ke.
th in out
a f. v V. tl. ;im 1 in th. iu a'.itilil. , tie' J'e-'ple
. f th.-. m .t. pU i ...ii'. tb.- ban I . f in. lu
try, th.i will l,e n. h nioiuU to take care of
tin m. in if tu.-N.-rth nfuse a union w ith
thriu. Win pr- I 'iu the dbtractioii if the
countrv . k i p up tlie exH'ne i f the lv-rn-uunt,
and .! v-ii-metcr the people.
."1 -ttng ; of 4 oiirr
tin til-' tiii' titi; of t'oiire-, t!io bii-iit
lileu f lb.' it ,ti. !i tr. n'l. ; the Ciiot Hat ioli of
I ri-'i ii.ei e i . tam'.lm in trabMlurihe,
irl uin ri to ir to a f m I still, bill
p nl.b- lo itur.-. ! i'.l r.-c. i i a' are Hot not.
an. I. . I c-ur. . tli
t. t. ;iit i.i i-: !
p n a'. If inu-t O ',' I '"
ln-tilu! d; and . "-!. tivu
titturallv f..llov. W hv i
i iv.. Illing vv reu.' in nr
Iii.- lo in why blf-ine-s b
Lie, l.l'lire, I.'.,
thi.' It ill -It- it
v t. :. -V. .-. I u-Ir..
taf-nsnt, tr-ob d'dl; l
I a! i aid I t M - w
ri-Wt-r. ft TT be!)
.1 i lu t kn.vv w h it it
t
V .1 ll
i; '
t ii ot.
urr, to ; vv c
d " w ith the
pit-. w r.i n
.! Hot klloW
tirrl If II
an. 1. ii 11
up. If it
w hat I.
put I!,' lit,
put -!
:t i j
Wilt f tll lrt, pi See W tii Jf.i ib'.V J. Jf
ii.d-l!i" 1 ui r. n. ) . l iii will go up; if I
. iitra 1. it. pi;.-. will f.. I wi,. Thu the
fit--. t t!o- c !i!!rv, I; m . - .1 1 v 'nmi. :.nd
from w.,kt. w..k dortng 1,-. i--iiijlv
a pi iv
V,,, , r Ano-o-u,!,.,. l;s!...abot,sJg,lai,ry.ha p..i by the
n.t t.. be s... i ).,. a:t.,..,t. t t!iv i r. .;ui.!e thr. b-.irt'.i vvt., wh-n lud iii-vti-
1111! r
-.1. on-
10 11,
hiv I .-r-e. v 11. f -r
the bu i.... iii ... and .art .in, 1 f.r th-1 -
pie, th r.i -: iv . I 1
to :.oii. w ..'ii i it,,!
-1. rate 1 i ., Ho . l.K-
h .-ur it ... h i.i . o. v
of gold and ,; . r, an t fr-ij tr .id
Hut now thi
ng, bj dlnvt
tbvrr:u : I
a tloii n it. .
contr . 1 v
! l! it
v . t v t
it t x. . 1 i v.r y t 'on g
;..t oi:. i.i tl , 1
.Hol . it b
1 nipt tiiii .
. f the liioli-
tt I ; t i' -i ! r 1
rvd lilt, r.!.
p - ! .1 Il lll '.I
rhr I'r ;r r ja. l.U.b t Ii I !- of lurr
llr.
t"b ''' ' ' r'-'. to- lid.ri.: ,i ;!,,
Mate 1 l.ovv i o at, .J .v
paper i) tli- -.at I
With ... 'I .1 lut) del
ar. j. -1 1 r 1. :!i.:. .. t:' t:
rut.'.. 11- - th .1 J. . .-
thr pr - ;.l - ! : r a.c . .
Il.c J
' 1
lliat
IP I'd
..er
; ; . r i-i- n 1
VV I. I .'. It v,
. a! , t.. t. old
1 ll
houU ii' 1 I r . 1110.. M.1 1. . 4r 1 i'. We h td
rath- r .1:1 w r :.g ,!
n U
v tin . i,
Court L:'o t b
rr-;: !. t!...n t!. ,t :!.,- Mab-
he-.ihl bc a i.ir. '1 L. . ji.ru ,1 iv . th, i
PcpjMT it. bi ! 1 VV p 1. j. 1LU .'.I tl..'.
tl.es. ,1, .
fauiUo ; tra.:i L .ud hiiJ U u. i i,d rc-
COV.rcd b) e, Hiding Ihe i'. ; r C , i ll.
Why W thi I. t .1 Ii. Wiik n.!,t i,p M.j
yrnulf tie- i.iiri . f Ap; -i 1 1 N' Y..!.,
kUd toSi.ct tlii hol-.) I r the M.!. . or
alu.it tb- P. pr. r i!e 1-! "it 1 -ri.- t.
B- V
bn t:f i;u. p.v'ai.r, r r-.tik Ki.iei.bw.h, 1
I.uU r..jnn. bd lo- im I rrn ly tuI.-I
In tw n U.e bui i. 1 1 f t a ,1 ear at Pi.'hvid ,
and ou th. hi I t f ii .
XV. Cll-ty. f I be v.l.
M fc d tfol .l I v fife.
Hi. tli boii-c i f J. hu
. i;iiv. vv.t! oiit.l.t-.
4 LETTER FROM PHILADELPHiA.
Ititnr;Jcr ( titbit f lU Iul' Erll.
ruiLApriJ-in . I k--tii1 r -T.
Ir..m IlrHi r: Travlinz l7 railroa.1 at
thi wa. a (( lU1 year U n ;t of tli ti-,t j.lra.
ant thinner. Iu-;rj lally hn th tlt ir
U ti annihllati? cacc ty A trij f r m
j ot r rlty to thi l-.tr,t i cippwj to )r tns.h
nlifcln thirty-ix Jour, tut i.iy -riwr,
whW h U i.f very rffit !at, att-t thnt th
trivlr rnnt riot he urpriM if flfty-wo
hur ar rrnuincj to tl joum y.
i.KNr.nu. j'k-rni jonxr.
(Hi my way Lith r 1 htd the ph'-Tiire of
mc-tin th3t ff-tmn ir. rsl Jort n
Johnston", -f th late r U I annr. w ho wa on
hi w ay t WahiDt.in from a .t" tot iltto
M(ui'hi.4. It i utiii .-arr f-rn-to ivtht
h i an ar"alle -.,ui pnni':i an I a-- i.i I 1 i t!
grntl. i.j.m, f r th-- f.i thj- alr i'ly Un
(.r ll. Iii i-v -n n Ui' it 1 nitt ha
! n n-jx-rt '! j n tl y f-nly 1 ! ' M-r ,in"
l-ial; an.l th-1 1 irati' ti in ! hy him that
if tlif-n- r r i a:i'thT w ar l two t tin- Ntrth
art'l the iut!i it will ! Itv-ti thf-. lw
W( r nn-mMt Jut Id ttK-r -nt tru.'-l
r.nt:iin hnr truth that th r.fli-.iU f l'tli
.( tion of the -.untry wtuM do well t- -n-ii
r n.
Ml!. Ka."M'" l tl I II.
Tlw Iii f "u'-j't t tf i!lru-i'ti at n - nt
h rv in .!iti al ir 1. i th' r. :it ;. U f
Mr. KiVMoxi. I(lirl in th 1 1 i f ll---f.re-
lit tti in n j ly to Mr. Sif:vrx, an l
the only -f r r t that I h nr tu ut i.t 1
b thit Mr. rrr.Yi:N5 wji not i'n it .iiiriiu'
itt h li ry. II-I ft in hb -t. a l. h'.wei. r.
tho-f ultra II puhli' ati IIiM.JHU. ,,f hio. j
,nho ui.no doiiht. ! i. t I'liit.-.l M.ite !
.na(r fr(,fll tll it st ite, n l the hitf r Kn.i.v, !
t., tlrlit hi- L.ittb The latter, "ho ha- h oi j
t)i( n.j,ut iti.n or tin,' a c I he. I.', r, I
r.ii.e.l the tM.int tht n the rrhe Mat lift.l
m) rt,irwr .,.ir st lte fi.,r-titutl'ni-. tin r h:ol
Ul,.rt.,,v r,.. tt. hi. t, ua..- th.m !
Mlt,.,;,f . i-nj,m. Mr. IUYMti repü-ü i
tUtW h, thf. ,, XV1 ,ivj lut ,,v i
.... ,. . . :,,,,.,.. i...t i.v tl... t tit. ,. i
tiotl of tin- l llit. d
!.n overthrown.
-t it.-, an l th at hit. not
i, u ...... ...,rr v
that Mr. KiXi.Y rnbedn n'.r- p-eil point.
The pch of Mr. Uwm. .NI .irpri-e.l even
hi ino-t sanuiiw fri. nd-, and you, w ho have
no dubt read it, will aver that it i a m:iterly
ff..rt.
TUT NKUVATIVr. VitrK.
Xotirin the Con.'reioiial pr.M' din,' you
will per. elve that on ori of the lat pr.liti. al
" .11 I
ti.
question raiel by tin; Kadieab, on whi. h
l...,t-v...r.., Mlb .l tb. . o.i.ori i'Uevote
in TeaM .l from thirty-live to ity.
.ITIKViiK IV TIIK l'l ntlC r OK (OI.IMIU .
S veraJ bill have I.e. ti iiitrodiiei-d int. Con-irr.--
hav in' f.r tin ir obj. t t tie-. nfraneliiin
j of ihr n. jr.K resi ling In the Iibtri. t. but the
j f..Ibw inr v ill, no doubt, !. th- w hi. h ill
! ) iim Ii' lh. t. t : That all ni.i!.- . ill, n . f
thl, h2,.fftw,.tyln. year, win .an read the
., : ,',. ifl.,ii,i. i .... ,,.!rif..
; their own name hall be voter-." Thi bill
1 will, prol.ablv, pa- loth lb'ii- . but it 1-
;en rally beli.'V. d bv promliieiil politician
i(.ri jU t. ,.r, .,,. wi u , ifi
u,,,, ,..,,.., the fe.d.t. and Anm:kw
Ifhedoe
JullNxiN
will tlon know who are f.r him and who
a:uiit.
IHK Vt.U l:NIKNr K fo(iItr,.
Altlioih the II..ue wa cr.ed into ac -
j.titr the S. n it.'s amenluitiit In relation to
,dj..urnm. nt. it will avail little. The liitl. of
.lantiary ein on l-ri lay; the lew m. iiii.er
of tie-lloii-e pit sent on that .lav will pa a
resolution to adi.-urn t r until the Tu. dav
f. llow im:; so, practical)!, foiiirr. . ha ad-
joiirned until the Wh of Jamitry, and n bn-i-
ne- will be Iraii-at ted until then.
M.N. PA.MKI. W. Vil;tlr:K".
It mu,t befrratifjinir to In.liaiiiun to know
that the talented-BtrrnK-r frwiu the Seventh
i . nbtrl-t. i looked ui..ii with
j , t ,i.,. i.r(., and that b. ino. rat n..t u-ti-
j aMv ,.nlhll,1;l,ti(. liuduab. d-.l ire that
t- .,,.,... tj ,., : ,.i.,.,
I... i .....,... II.. Ir I. Il.m.lr. .1 ..f tin.
mo-t prominent iMim-rat will leave lo re f..r ' yT ,l,t' r.-.- tu e citi. .
Wahingtoii vv hen he ibltvcr hi spti-ch,. .t I It! 1 1 KU' 41 . Ill .
f.r the t'th proximo, b. Ii iv ing that It will be ; A u-ual .luring the holiday we k. th-tli.-a-the
spee. li of tlie sci..n on th.- 1 . tn r it ic ! t. r, without uny extra uttrattlon, tire crowd
si. I.-. That the galleries a w ell a the flöor ed nightly. Wind T! i lo re, and thelt iY
w ill b crow d-I on the wcasion. there can be .N.m, and i iX( icoss and I1XEV troop t.f
no doubt; and the blif I general that Indl
ana' i l.Mpi. nt r pr. sent.itiie will add n-w
laurel to that brow, a I ready bedecked vv ith
the li.'in .ig- ol'uratefiil beiuoerab audi'. liv i-- 1
vativc ibroii.-hoiit th I'nl.'ti.
Ill ll'l'l.t MKVKX.
Thi man, tho recognie I b ad. r of the II
public.nis.it may not be gnu-rally known, i a
practical mbc'vr.-nit ; it b patent toev.ry citi
zen of Iine;it(T, III home, th it lie boes lit I
. :it one fir -., trul) and vv.ll; taking thi
illt .-ollideratio, there tnav b.- ..nie i xcll-e
for the ard. nt and .1 p int. r. -i he t ike in
the VV. If.lIC of ill ll) . but doe tili- ctlC X-
t.n 1 to otli.r vvl... f.U-.w In hi politic.it
wake Are Ih. eitieii .f Indium aware
that thi m ill, who-' Voice i -o Jm b ut :it
Wa-hiir.'t-.n In the halb f I uil iti n, h i f.r
v.ar known only one true lov that f a i
ne-ro? It i n-'t iie. ear) t" v" i'd" particu
lars; if any ardent Kepuh'iean nbh t kn. w
further, nil h- ha to .b i- l appb I" I '
residing in Ihe city "f l.mea-t.r. A oi.e
I. id. r f.-r a part) . trüb !
mi: NK.w .ih:kv iitxii x.
The fa.-t that :;reat fi au b w . i e p. i p. t i ..t. .1 '
in tlie re nt cle. li.'ii i:i New .1. r. y vv .i pa- 1
Md to .very one: l!i -re w.i tv tiling b ft un- '
done that iie.it v and -u' tl. tv . ..ni l :i .. iii-(
pli-h. m tie- 1 iv prcvi'.u t ll;- i. . 1 1--n !
ßtli. ii hundred oldi. i. b. l..n.l.ig b New
JT-. ) r.viin.ltt-. :tll i d in lh -Lit,- , iii,,t
of t!. turn belonged t th T M it- -. but ,
w . re indue. I b inli-t in w .br) l.-i-in.
lit on account 'f the hi ,;h b .untie p:iid, i ,
. . . i wt . ........ ... 1
llielen.ia) ri.i' n' .- 1:1 -ut. - i.-j.n-in-
f .r citicn-hip did led ap;.l to t h.'ui . an I llo-v
went t. the poll and voted, a e.-ldur by law
can d . tlorc. Thb v. tc. add.-1 to th.'i.W.n.a
.. ..... .r oib.r -hi... i
1 1 1 ' ' ...'"
c -tting .liter vot,-. canl.si tin-. ircti.Mi. in
I nioii 1.1-iue of till city funiilic.l sjoi i,i
el tlii am .-.int. New .1, i. v i a iMitocrato-
. . i .i i . r .i . i ..
t-di) a- -he w , on the da) of Ihe tl.etlo.l.
one i '.vir ago. and th.- i I of n xt Nov etii'cr
will vv lo. I h. r oio e no r, jut,, the . . u. I a-
.
ln, r",k'
M.W JL'tii.V i Mil i i tli " "I'Vii.'K,
........ I
ihc bh.I . general h.t -l.. KT.n wi.l
loc hi est in the .-.mate, an I 1 K paM.ca'i
'.bet.d III hi stead problbll .. I I I I . re-
i süuuint'anH -n. but bing bu-itn in thi
: 004 o.
- it).
liiKiNrtrrtl.'N iL imi.M'MIM.
if .'I it.
I in..,, f. ii.i. . f VI 1 ich
. the K.puUi. .11 htv. been uiH.tv .luring in.-
' pa-t four 1 1 r. i their declaration that the
am. iidun n". to th. t'oii-titulioti . f the t'nited
I Iv vv a H'tain.'-t by t'u- .o tt ii of the I.egi-U-
,""i ,n.'e iiie. 11 nie mc ,.,...... ....
. ... 1 1 .1
(.lnlnai-.t purtr in i oiirc .badarc -hive
I ov ithro v u
th, ir -t.ite c n-titi.t.. 11-, .-.'i i
th. r. bv .'V.r.H th,- b,.i!. w ..ili 111 t em
sl.....il!,..l'.,i," l t.v ll ...r v.l. .1..
T-I 4 I'O 11 , -
piive.t t'.o e villi' Mit. . I r.r- Illation 111
the I- p'.i! r It hi. h .fu:i,r.o' If tie) arc
10 t in l f.. 1 i.o si, I v vv hat ruht are th. tr v , t.
It.
f.v.T. tt!o e.ii-t.I.lti :nl .l!ii. 11 ::o. lit I. - ............. . -
,'....n. adioiiung. tlnv, Is I . 1 i .t
r i ?, and f.. ' le ue I t!.ml 1 1 . :.,e wond ' 0,1', and Mr-. Alb ii' ?-.-". A l-n.k
e a'.ull, 11 .1 si V--!. --l-tilllti llolv.il; il'll -e- O VV H. 1 h V M T. W . P. 1 . i e If , alld IH, U -
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-Si.inap.hs nmt- w ith mo. 1 ap; r o;d L re.
1 "o- 1 oi; rt.oi. -f l...l.iie . it sit. 11- . rl)
m tin pu:! h . b 1 11 ' '.ii iitl .ite I on in r
tli.n .lie is'cai 1. I b. I .-!,!. 1 it j,' t.av.li-ts-
11 f ll.'-M t'c vv id 1 - !,. ! I , 11 th l.nti.f
Mil. h.
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j , f pr,iiriug tb k. 1.. , (.-. II,. fi 1 n 1 ih. ii ht
Ion. )..Um.'. but th in-i-le-.l. an.l.
the M-.pi. 1 w ill h..v . !e Ml) :.tt. rw ir.b cave
ocular proof rf hirlanry cii'-f ruin rail
roi'J. T fplain-thr Srnat.T hal l-n
Hiri l in th w il l of trtn hilf th im
provmmit wm tu -inz il !"j l, anl t!.-"j.li
b bl r?a-i ait't thorouUly uU rt-vil th'
principle of the nio uv nt. he w i. up t- th'
Iri'l ( f wLi h I write, iriTint ftli tfnJt
cjtrah'Ii -y buh t!iy ar- virnol, lie
"n afterwnr! t V th niirht trhin fr-'in New
York to WahinKt"n, aiol njycl the wlarf
a eoiuforta!! nlht" r.t in m- cf theeay
runnln l' pin-ar f "that in n-i"ly."
He wa fivt JJtnruJ until withiu f-w miU
t f Ws'liint' ii, h-n Iii I-lite rMuhulor In
f.jnnctl him th.it it wa tini t ari-f at th
am tiiii- r Ii t!n In-nf ral l sTitrr of
the r.ir" of hi-1 i k t. Mr. N. th' ii.'ht thU way
Of tr:illit I li-'htf'll.
A th- ' ial n t.' -"ion f th- Thirty,
vinth or.jrs h.J ift on,U'J. Mr. X.
eonln'. -l t. t:ie -i trip to ( in iniuiti. He
pnr ha--l hi rui'r..j. ti U-1. oiipon. niol
thinking tint lo- iiM n t I upon
until uvr t'in inuati " t .1 !i v. r," h plaeed
th tukft.Mith hi- "rre.l nti.il-." in a lr.n
lanna haieJkt n !i f. an. I pl.o iiu' it in an in--i
le po, ktt, hu:t'.ni l hi- -.at tihlly. Knt. r
in th e ir, lie w m un ihlf to l!n1 t-ut our
vaonnt nt, an l th it in h'-- pitiiiiity to tlu;
toe. Kn- many nilnnt h' w. in the jinn
of M'Tpln im, f r' tfnl ulik f th" :ir f
,t.it- 3i 11 :i rilro:. dnn'rr.
In Im- i-oiir' ff tili, t h foioho-tor entcr-!
tlie train with nt miiiot jiioii ry of ti k t,
if y-u ph w!"
To k t, fir! appro-ti-liin th tili truy
rrpn-Ht nt.itive, w ho ly this time, wa awake
t . tlie inijH.rtan n T prlm tnj ln-t rlj;ht to
ril , an.J wa toi-y fuml.lin itli tli-t.andan.
n ab.e m ntior.-fl.
Th ioiiJiutor, anno) . I at the M rd.m. y of
thi - p.i - n'.'er.fc will a th ,May it o-ea-ion-
e.l, manif. fte.l hb fclin. aft r Uarin r ofl' a
eouj.on, l y t.in- the remaining portion of
tin- lil.t into Uio Senator lap. Thinking
the ti. k. t h:.4 U . n m uiipuUt.-.l ..tit of .pit-,
aIlJ wi',,,lt rl-'lf " the part of th- eon.lne.
tor, Mr. X.. who is a powerr.il niui, jumped
from hb M-at, anl irra-pe-1 tin- fttonblio! e..n-
i .iii. i,.rl. tl.u ilir..it i.vi Uimln r nt the iin."
u,",v' "' -
timp." You .'ou.lnl,how .lar.- you in-
! mit me!" and with thi he hauled him toward
the door, nnd had partially oj tied the same,
with the inteution of throwing the unfortunate
conductor ovtrltoard, when some of the jaen
per commenced an explanation. Mr. X. di I
not relax hi hold, however, until he under-
! -tfK.l the matter of coupon ' thoroughly;
' it... awtonlklietl and friL'ht. iii d conductor ili
r - - -
claimed all intention to insult, t to., but it was
a matter oi noirneiv i t some nine aueraru
I that he wa v crv can fid how he handed tickets
I ba. k to I'ir'jtt pas-en. r. X. wa exceeding
ly no. rtitied; hi wrath had been aroused fr
naught, and he had -xpo-ed hi verdancy to a
car-load of "tratliters. He tank back into hi
-eat and pulled hi hat ov. rhb eye, dbutel
w ith him-. If. hut thi did not prevent hb hear
in,' at h.'i t interval, h u. I irutraws, the ponta
neoti oil- rlu of hi fellow -travelers, upon the
lii.li. rou mbtakc he h id lalr. d under, and
the excitement it had oeea-ioned. The Sena
tor i better po-ted n.w, but he Will Hot sub
mit to any trb-k ujmu traveler.
' Mr. Xf.smitu ovvi a valuable 1.0m sere
1 farm in tMa'On, and b repH-ted In all the
walk of life f-.r hi Merlin.:,' worth and Inde-
! p. tel. n. e a a man und a publie oflle r.' Ib' i
..no f th-oldet citizen of Oregon, and one
Jufthe mo-t valued. 11. b a iK-m.K-rat. and
j one of the int di-tinutdied enervative
member of the I'liited Mate .-.-bate, In thi
. ,luV. r-from
.M ix.i: widivMs,
HU ..lle., who. nlthon.jli . l. v ited t. hi
lir, nt ,i.-h Position bv the aid of I h m'ocratic
votes, i. to be f.und a. ting with the ruJical
1:. publicans in all qU. -ti'ins of itnportan. e.
IIIU1IMI VY IN I'll lb A I'KI. I'll I I.
! Although a damp, dbagrei-abb day, the
i prtuupal Mrirt were thion.-ed with citizen.
and vblb.r,
i . their holiJar attire; and it
. : g.-n rally celebrated In the ol l-fa-hioiied
tyle for which rbiU.hlphu b proverbial.
i hri-tnia i to Philadelphia w hat New 1 cam
I 10 -eV II.IK
' . a. - I
i:.i. Ii l (,e h Ii-lav ol tint
iniiistreU are plating totrewded house.
J. M
Amendment of Intereat I.hvv nt pe
rlul Seon.
.-ctii.li ., .'intend. I to e:.i jis follow:
If a greater rate of interest than i h.-r.-iube.
P re allowed sh ill be contracted lor, the con
tra, t -It ll I Hot therefore be Void; but
if, iu any action on su h contract proof
be made that ii;tert at a rato ex
ceeding s dollar a jear en one hun
dred dollar ha bin direct Iv ir indirectly
contracted f.-r. the plaintill' -hall recover only
hi principtil with-ix pr.nt. interest, and
Ii- hall alo recover co-t-; but that innllea
iu which lii-Miey ir ony other thing of value
-h ill h ive be. u v. lunt irily pa) I a iutt.n t f r
the l an, u-e, T for uaii e i f money, the same
hall Hot be recovered back, eUlur dir.-etly or
by any el-.il' er counter claim or payment.
.-vctioll 0, Ulli ud d to read Ua fellow:
If In an) a. tioii on any contract in which
illegal int. r. -t shall h.ie bnu directly .-r iu-direi-lly
rout racted for, the defendant shall
have, prcvioii to the eotnm.-tieement of the
suit t ndciisl to Hie plaintill'. hi principal
with h gal interest: the defendant -hall rc
cov . r e..t. an l the plaintill -hall r.-cv i r iily
th.- amount tendered.
.ppr..v. I'.e. uiber I'1, l-'-".
I'.'NUi). IbKr.n, Acting a (ioveinof.
l it. ,! 1 . . mber 1'. l.V
II. Tltl elKK. Secr.lai v ol Mate.
No .ni.rg.it.) declared. The Iltwill Hot
take i ll. ct until the ad of extra i..n arc
.it-tiibuf'-d to nil counties, Aiid pr.K lainatioii
(
- -
- Tlie I'rt-nrli l.rMititir ICwmr.
i A h tt. r from Koine to the Pari 7 mi; av:
Voll can not mi i'inc the j.v of the In lult ...
.lirr. at cavlmr Ih t la. e. 1 h. v Uuk i an.i
.m.,.VtM, ,,jt, straiu.r iu the tr..t; and
. wa lately pairtg wUh a friend near
H"' Mrada Pinch, We inet a band of tive or ix
, liUle ni. rry from driuW, vv ho vvj-h.-d to in-
,f r, m trke.f that Ihr Kr. lieh otll-
ci r w h. are ea Ing hive nt paid i-it of
ioli.il to the l'ollt itl.-.il military authoriti.-. A
certain nuinlx r . f oiheer uppo.' that the
P.p. wi.l... I to a.e tin m iu a lody before
. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iv . Thb vv ii, hovv.-v . r. not true, a Hi
lb lllle I XIT. s-1 d II" t ll leire. -.'III. ol-
4,, n ntllj t.; t .. )lfii,t.r,. h.,., during the
J lt f, vv daiaof thlr tay here, awaited the
Pope. II hi I.'.' to a-k I. r a -lel:t bl.s.in.'.
,'' t Ury .1 Urb b in bid hl re the
. p.pe rr iifc-n itur--a nutub. r i-f demand- It
t in, lub'.-ln'c. I trrtichl" l-rti. vv biet ollic. I-
..., ,11:,., ,.1. t., ,-arri hick with th.mt
: I 111 t ' . 1 ....... I 1 . . .
. HI. IT UiniJU . I.ellsoi in- r.ll.loiuu one
1 .1.., I ,.,.n ,1 .r . H1I1I ll, . 111.-...
; .j t llf 1.,..M , vf K. , .,,, r ,f
lul,, and ether P.-ntitieal d-e.Tatoti, wilt be
di tut. id. d. but thi b only a ruin T. The en-
, -!.,,,,, ; ineii)
(. i..-M"t 11.
: '
, lie ...I.. -TVk?l..lvj .1 lMl.l-..l.l.tl.
.. ' vllt,., ,,x ;1
, .j., M, I'u.-'l.v' cvu.iug. the
IX .,,,1 .....I rAiii .1, in ' a -r. it ii. .1 v f dauia.-c t .
t-r. t-erti. ie:t r .nun.it IV n - iivt wen- i--i
I he till r ' f f t!l
I', ink of )v :.tu. bu.t.iing
.
s w .1 t ! .vvn rtl and aiibd a. To
the pu',!
The tow tbre. t.rv building ol ! iv
, p, ,, ,. ti.e haiid-.nn-t itnpr.o. :o. id üi
t.-w it. had . lie of It vv a!b blow 11 ,1 w 11. crilh-
1 .,.i,.,r.,.i.i.:i.i,M,.t,i .r Mr. ll !
) . .1 I v IT. I o'li , v .i - paruauv ii-ii e.i.
I". Hue-' lew bit, k I'.-'k w:t. i;nro- f. d. A
t,u:i,i.. r , r le u-. w.i.- l....iu dr. n.hl with
' ' 1 '" tUUrv loii-ll.ave inen n.-.i).
In hi v.n KU. 1.1 xi t: t 1 v .- V eteiii;..
r..rv 11 uthluUv .iv. now ti..- t:ne-to puh
. 1 1 f..- 1. 1 r. t'c p. r in i v. 11 dipviioti, f, r
it b cnty I.) .wing . d tliat h' may hope f. r
a o...t Ii ir"el. 1 -lll-.f a! t-'-o ft.'ll W :il! un
til 01-t I- b t . I.-, te n b-t. r- tl.. v ! gin t t ir
, i.i it-- th. tr I's-,- r. M.d tt: it ti .0' i gi n r .ii)
: l ite. AI- ii't 11 tre 1. 10 -prung up. and
, the g ..-.1 ..' W lit let take -... t. ;-ad-r. if
v. uhiiea Ik i.i, . r.il:- i. i.liU-r. T . in Ii .
: a 10 I. rate lb pu !: . an . le t r. -t utit d
ii uhtvc iti,u,d hint to take a k-! IVtu -.'rati.
I-; r. .ur .w n cunt v p i'er t;rt.
an I - tko t ..P.. rw ard.--' 1" .u ; r.
m
11 1 I IU 1:. I..K1 U UM AM t'll.i...
UilllfMp Th- Pittsburgh, Krt Wayne at d
t hi cago 1 uir.-i I : ipaii v hiv. in ide a eon-
1 trait lor I v 'Iii -Ii air.' llwlli'. to 'ut !--tV.
ll .l"- Mi 1 jtlV.""1, J'hc cnipin V
I,.. diirii.g th' I1-! ji-r.uii.l-- t:- t4 ti f.
' itur. f r "i-tru. ti.-o. :-'.d h I -i-.i.tt
I tat.-d. t ) the it. nt f a tiillii ti and a .pjar
1 tr d -!l.ii. Th- tanung t f the road f.r the
nioi.tU .f N.a.mUr were jTl3.lTt against
j jUVi I c ttir i'iii' pvri.sl It y-ar; iucrvat
?:i.f 1:..
ttatr Ileui.
- f.al i a!.Mnd tnt in Ma lioii, at twenty. (
three ffllt. j
- lle . i- of mall p tre rep- rt.-d nt
- ol..n-1 Ja;., r l'a- k ir 1 of the lr-th Infi- ,
ant. hi- Uni l-. . trd i UrijCdier General. j
-nur exchange t.-iay fra prin. ipd :
I hit. of the trite, are in t n !.'. e
would tike to h-"ar a p rk. r jueal.
- A n w iHt-.f3. e, rull. rl - rtli, ha b -n
vtal!i-hl In the onth--:.-t part of Mont j.-m- ,
-ry rountr, J.hn II. IVU I.tmat-r. j
Mr. M.Tvw tll,edit. rof thi 1. ru Stntiift.
fil .1 tni u yesterday. Mae puMblo a pi y
-!ut arid a outol I- ino.-ratte paper.
i
Tin ' on th'i;uid dvllint iu money
st ln fr. in th Trea-urr ff l'ula-'.;i et.unty
b 1 ne 1 prieipally t- t'i- S. h -4 anj swamp
Land Fun K ,
We r.re i.iu- h oU-r-d t o;i. Mr. I'nwf. rd.
t 'v. ha tif tl.roiv.'li a for yenr- e:iiiT.ain I
in the war, and i- now b,-n I P fl ink tie' lie.
pul.li. tni, -u. (e"-rui!y and gallantly. a
rbb.
--Tlu- Laporte l'ni.,u hrar of -kill of eowt
di-pUyed on wa:..n. l..nm-iiiif: f -u. h uufr-
tunate farmer a- havAkft their loud unprc- ;
tetted in tho tr t". A hrindlee.. lawyer, -! ft I vr T houtaiid -Mile lo Itetor
s White would :v. i w .Mit,l in that neiirh- Molt-u .Monej . .
nur rea ler will reitat-utoer the aeeount w
,,rll"'M, la nuinier publihel of the heavy swiiid-
Xr.w i i kk. Wk 1 am that Iaid Mi.t k-. f operation in Wahinton. lVnnv.ytvania,
K-., :it the I at" w -iou of th I ounty t.ouiuit- , of a youn;: n,.m nanHi a. It. CTalp, who wa
ioner. tendered to them hi reir'natt..n a f . tr. t I --toalios from the drawer of Messrs,
rierk ofthetireuit Court, and that hi brother, j huiilr Mathews, bv whomhewa em
(;.H,rt'e Mieek. w!k had l n acting a l 'Joit i ,i,vl. nnl luade to dbicor koine live thou-
IcrJc for -nie time pa-t, wa l ted by the , aoU:i wiiU.h ju. ,.oufcol to have taken
Hoard, to till thevaeaney till the next e.e. tion. , fn m ,ht. ..tHl' of that linn, and from Mr. V.
Dlonin'jt'tn J.'epu'liC'i. I Hardoe. l.y whom l.e wa aNo employed.
TltK WAV to MKK I'oitiC. Many oi our j
b'-t furnier think that it require eighteen
month to make a trood Im; r.-a-iy I r tue mar
ket. I. nt our friend Martin (irej.';; know that
tlii b a mistake. He killed la-t week -iv pU
that were onlr i Isrnt inniuoi.i. wno-e aver- j staUd he wan auk, ana rwpaesUHi Mr. liaru
a'e n tt w. iziit vvas two hundred aii-l tifty-one iu to viit him, a he had furthur develop
puiind. Thi hhows that it i more protitablo j u nt to make. The pentltman ndürrs'jcd at
to nuke p-.rk from sprinir pi?. without w in- j-onee came to thb city, and foundCrah a rep.
I rinsr- taurine l'uinn. I related, w ho stated'that, after leaving Wah-
We sometime notice that aState editor. inptonhe had pone to California, but that hi
i ... . v-t.i--H I coneienee reproached him o severely for hb
here and there, eUhuhtni-mad Naples ed- , uhnntv that he could neither eat nor
itor. 1'unrh ay, have iii-tituPil u "jury of j i,.pt" an'd after reniainiiijr in California a few
honor," for fo-lf-preserv ation. Now. if we " day, took a steamer and returned. detTinInel
were called an Idiot, and a traitor, and another i to make full restitution of all the money he had
we" waana and a coundrcl-the pub- j i',-,,, ?ftVP Mr uTKnz thirty-five hun
lie don't llieve the " we';' if not so. ( jr,.t dollar, which he t-abl he had taken from
SnvMEFCL nonP.EKV. Ther wa a pica- j him; abo one thouand dollar for Chamber
antpartvand ovster mpper at Mr. Webb't ! and Matthew, and one thouand dollars for
Tuesdav'evenini. at whicli a nunib r of ladies i Mr. ba te lk-eson, of I'niontovvn, t.y whom he
and (entlenien enjoyed themselves till a late
hour. But ootne adroit thief, who manage!
to make entrauee and iniK with the crowd
present, sueeeeded in robbin? the Ialy of the
houe of her ivoeket-bok, eontainln? a um of
money oniew here U twii-n $170 and $-'o0, by
t.iekin? herpoektt while buily tniaijed wait
In upon the company. Lcnnsrille Courier
o f J)tc m her
Last Thursday nlht a fire broke out In
the Tliornbur corner, at Farmland, a few
mile eat of Mum ie, and destroyed a whole
block of buildin'', with valuable projerty.
i i . f t., i at-, tum ti,,, j i
dry- good, te., v alued at 1 he fire b
sUploei to nave originalen uuiii it uiivihh:
line in the ohm' th.p of William Iline. In
Mired at Vm".
I.AF.WETTr. Df.ai r.KVT. We are informed
bv a ilitinirubhed lawyer of Mate Line t'itv.
that on la-t Saturday iv tifrht fHeurrctl in
that place: on the Saturdav prev iou. twelve;
au
I tint on C'.iri-tnia. tvvcutv-four were ex-
cted, but owlmf to the M ( lipper" aaloon
laving been clo. d und r an attachment by
the henff of Warren county, the ntertaln-
ment wa potp.ne.l. t.lte Line boat about
f,jur hundred inhabitant. hn'oiette Jour
. a i- 1 a ! . W 4. r...
i ttal.
j I !.;. The pa-t week ha been one of unit.
, j;1;'
i time onic '-'.."o head. They c-timute their
packing thi vear at about :1.kn some l,'xt
leal Miou oi last scaon pa.-hing. vi i eim
average Increase In weight will probably le
about t vvt -lity-tlvc pound to the hog. i ur ex
change bgintotalk "short rrep' yet pack
er generally are slow to believe It. and Mill
inbt that the heavy crop and low price of
com b keeping thehog back In the i-oiintry
to come in during next month, llower. r tut
mav be in ether section, we predict the loth
'i January. xstu, win not nno many noK
mi sc'xiu loraaie. ure-seu iio-s, m muuiii,
dl at tii!; live ho-, at f'Ci" s". Kok o inn
TriltiHi.
Joseph William committed suicide on
Friday lutfht last about light o'clock, by cut
ting hi throat with a razor, at his r -i.l. nee,
two mile Mjuth-vvest of F.-onoiiiv , W ayne
county. Mr, William, ha been tin well' for
some day, and on retiring to hi bod-room,
r Ueste.l lib fainilv to ke'p vryjub t and not
to disturb him, br he w anted to r t. We tin
.h r-tand that they went Into the room to give
him home medicine, and found him lying on
the floor lead, having, from all appearance,
b. n dead an hour, at least. He h id cut hi
throat to the neck-bone, and dropped tbe
razor on the floor. 1 1 leave a widow und j
tw o children to mourn tln ir l-. .'J'run 7,'l- '
iit-liraii. ftirhtnotiif.
I1MN llU I 1'III.V Hl. Ulli. We have
received ever.il nuinbT of thb paper, and
consider it by far the luu-t able paper publi-h- I
id in Iii.lian.-ipoli. In point of mechanical
execution. It i unexceptionable. It editorial
management i under the control of Judge
IVrkin. who b thoroughly e.i:(inte.l w ith
tlie politic of the country, and a a w riter ha
able .enrat'.c pap.'.-', thtyVan'd.'.uo bctt! r
Dim n til sllb,'ribe for ll.e llt.i'.AI l. it bei 11 the
M- ... ... I
I o thoe .. iring a reliable, road-
only paper now nt the capital which publbho j
the" iToeii ding of the I.ei:ilature in full.
Till alone, ruider th' IlKRllI valuable.;
liuahcillc J'Jiktoniitn.
A Ni:vv i:ut.m4i pKo.tu i. In ord. r P.
eonneet Toledo and Indianapoll by an altno-t j
air line of railroad a will be seen by refer
ring to the man it b only ni-eary to con- I
.ti nd anew rad from 1 inic, Putnam county,
Ohio, cn the Iav tn and Michigan Uailroad, 1
tf Muni'le, W'e learn that thb b an old route,
that w a run nn tw lvi v i ar ago. but never )
pushed to completion. A charter ha b-cn '
pro ured for the road from Ii0lpic to t-lph,,.,
Allen county, a distanc' of tw fiitv-i x Hilles. I
Thi line ha been aurifvid and leveled, and 1
the estim t of eontniction nearly made out. ;
W'e also barn that lib-ral ubfiptioin are j
leing t-roeured al ng th" line, and already !
more than euoiigli .wi HJt st.x k ha b-eti
taken to organize the company.
All Tganiation of th company will take
place at Kalid . Putunm county, Ohio, on the '
'Jd rximo. It i anticipated that enough !
stock w ill be taken by that time t make the I
road bed rcadv fur the iron, and the work lui- t
inc. Iiit. lv commenced. It I the intention, a.
s.m.ii a tlie company b organized. t. have the
r.-ad extended fr.-m Ih lpUo oiith-wet to thi
city or Anderon, a a to form the din t coin
uuiniealiuti from Toledo to llidi.iliapoli. An
xpreifn of t ): eitien of Muncie and IMa
warecountle b d-ired upon thb ubj.-ct bv
the c.-mpany now forming in Ohio, and we di
rect tin ir attention to thi matter in order that
it in iy Ih- cam a ,! and a rc.rt made. JIm
Ct limit.
Heut Ii of Kino; I.ropoltl.
I he de ith of King l.e, ,.,ld U l.'iiiMi, at
theace f ev cnty-tlve, ran not fail to have a
gr. at Infill, nee on the politic- of ruropo. lb
wa the l'almTtii of the cotitineiit a
hrevvd. rraftv, pli ible ill dlpiomatbf, inure
r.)-llke in Ills ll tlirt!.all III J. ullllie nunc
would Mivirest. lb ha Ikh ii for v. ar one of
the t.r-t tlgur. in 4 oiitineiilal 'otigre.. , and
wa regarded .1 the Ne.tor I , vcreign.
i :ih tw.. iii-.ninhs of Furope- the Landgrave
oflce llauiburg, and the 1'rine' of Kcus
si. hb i s:iriased him In nge, and none mvt
the Kiiiper- r of the I reti. h.iii ability to rule.
Although not a king by birth, the ,f. ad ni. n
:ri h w a allicvl by blood to the Must p..Vi rful
lieiniati and KngH-h ho'le. He wa de
e'.iiled fr.-m th du.'al liou.-of Saxe-t bur,
and an uii. le not only of King 1 erdinand cf
I. rtiii'al. and the iire. l.t Iluki- of . ik.e-( iV.
Icirg-t.otha. hut of I-th 'l.'! Victoria and
her I ate hulan I. Iii wa I- rn I ml r H'.
IT '-. In Mav, Irl.. h in.rri-d the 1'rliici
( h irb'tt- of England, daiight r of orge the
r. urtb. and In irtothe Kng'l-h thron.-. Had
hb wife lived. I... p 11 would have b-oome '
TriiK e '..nort, and tigur.-d iu Kn ;lbh ratLi r '
lhau Jr ran.-o4,i ruiau h. laii -, but t tic uahajiy
j lln. died in November. 1IT, bavin." I . u
d. Ii red f atill-b rnt hllj. In b X he wa '
otic r litlo crow ii ..f ir.ii', which he diliu- I
ed. but ill the ! il oviiiif year h' ct pUd t!ut i
f IVIgiu::!. !
In 1.!J I..- married l'rlncc I.euba. th. ;
d aught, r f I. i.i riiiliip . Ly whom h- ha 1 j
thr. . ihildnn. 1'rince I.oNbl. buk.- . r p.ra
batit, wh- Ki' ct. b hi father a King !..
P.ld II.; l'rin. e rhilltp. unt . f I I nder.
.,nd lnn.s t harl-'tte, the i!- f Mai:i.il
i i ti f M i o ( jien i.otji.j .!id in l'.t.
u lute King I. oi Id vv a r i- rt-. t.. ha n- !
t. r. ! a iii.-r-.ntie iitarru.-'- with a li.-niua
1 1 ! . :.nd t" have -greatly Ii. tided hi- hildrtn ,
t.v hi att. nipt to Ititr-ilu e hb Wife at court. ;
II.d. utii will have the ropct cf IV 1- I
giuius in. -.vhat ib n '.ed. Ihough related i-v
I.I.mhI t ii:riiae t . n.-arly ad the ruling !
fallilde f l.Ur pe. aud having bv ahrCW d ill- i
pl ii. i.v in tilg, d to maintain the inb;nd-j
ii. . t IhI.-kiih bv puiiful mean, f r thiitr i
v.ar. hi j -wert, prote.t the kingdom f.-l-
low l.iiu to th- k-rav . Nap,, See i d ir tl ':
, f a, 1-iiiig the Ireti h-t-ki;g- prv in-- f '
lb l.Mi.m to bi ,w ii i iiij.ir.-. and ha-, with thi i
ob;.it in v lew, pain Iv ouittcd to the a!- ,
. Tpti.-n I v lrtiia f solo' i f t!j.- tieriuni .
ü.trb t. Yh.-d. ath . f t!i. KUu' aff rd him '
ah opportunity wlii. h lo ha h trg waltrsl f.-r
and vv til not b- alovv to iui rovf.
.1. M. th t r. tt. Lb Aulit.nf Vugtnu mi-
vi. r llvtra Ihlly s.lu.tl duiiut.triüon. -pt.in
w hat U-eaiue cf the t-I.'"" of j?'-!' U
I 'tigib.' b. l!i Mate, uj.oii the ea-uitin f
Kt.d.iii, nd. I h--ov. ne r. hav in,-t.rt L h d !
biu-lf lo r-"...i. ,litiiUt-d tti- mmuiwlir
i,...ei.tr,..l.i ,ft(..r ,'l l in. . -... I. t,..t,ilr,
fthc lej:iaturethe ptur.ie r twenty dol-
lar. 1 he Auditor puUl.hC a IvU.; lift .f the
dliUlbUtK U.;
ft'mtfeloa.
Ti fahlon. fa-hi n. eert wher.',-
We Mlovr a'd it frihT:
Th I idle talk Uut it .Ut
And drrain sU.nt it tiiht.
Th' larlinc all tri. Very hard
To a ar the tinn-t raU.
An.l now theie La crown o creat
oueen nmt call them rat.
A mal: Ji-h-:i t wlltulT d with hair
Ilaiu'i era fallr o'tr the Lart.
C. mblin i it ery Urt')
A traveling .td!er' pack.
I can't conceive what eool thev are,
lUst Mw ill not flo to laz
Tlti- waterfall b ah.it"
Man out the pudding b.u!
You have to look threvtinv vton'e
Th Jonnet for the fall.
And then you tn.i-t l.-mk finite harp,
TTiT are very mall.
And If you hare one In y.mr hand.
However uiueh inclined,
I II Ut you can't tell what part' front."
And whlvh -hall jco b-Jiiud.
Theno-n-trou 'hooll, aretrrovvin? Ies
Iet' thank our Mr f .r that!
r. rha another year will s-e
The ls.t of niöu'" and " rat,
It thoe who ti k to pd old way
lie pati. ut yet awhile.
An l pretty oon they'll tind theinelve
Ui.ht in the lalt atvle.
I
iUen2TIiieve-ACIerk.TrT-
trm the time he w a relieved f hit lll-RDtten
money until a thort time ao nothinjf was
known of hia whereabout j but a ftw dayo
nineo Mr, Harding received a letter from Cral.
dated at WhetUn?. in whiitx that "hopeful"
had been employed, and from whoe irawer
be had pilfered. before. Thu thi drawer
thief restored nine thousand tive hundred dob
lar, which he had taken almost without
bein? r.p'pected. and at theame time restored
quite a valuable jtackafre of Roods, eonfitin
of dress pattern, shaw b, etc., which he had
t-lipped otT at various time. It b jtrobable
that the whole amount taken will fall little
hort of ten thousand dollar.
When Cralir went to California, he sold hi
government bnd for gold, which he sold In
New York, upon his return, for currency,
realizing futlleieut in prout to pay the exnen-
ee of hi Journev, and enablimr him to make a
fuU . of evi. doUa a, sW th;it hfk
had taken.
Taking the ease altogether, the sytemath
dishonesty vhi-h he praetiii-d for vear, tho
b.ldnes with which he invested the money :
taken, lib living to a di-tant recion to elude I
l" u.. ... i vi, t. i r . I
I'liruii uiiu I'liiii-iiiiiein, 3iiu ins miun-Miaii'
return to restore all, It b a most extraordinary
one, not only in regard to the boldno with
which the utealing wa done, but a (llut Tab
ing the power of eoneienee over a systematic
I ... f fi ' . r ,, , k frnm p
fic ik,CM, tilvtan.e of ,aany thousand mile.
, ,.k i, ..w,. ,.i m. f.nnut. i..,w. .
JV - aia v. tie. luv
pocket
same time. Wheeling- Jtegisttr.
1 Kl. IlKIt ATK AND AWFVI. Mt'RI'KK. III
Saturday la.st, a we nre informell by aijentle
man w ho camo tii on the McComba, a man
named Anderson t-hot and instantly killed
another w hoe name was Slider, ut Owens
boro. It seem there had been an old feud exbU
ing b'tween the parties for along time, and
Antlenon repeatedly threatened to take bli
der'a life. Slider returned from l'adueah,
where he had been for some time pat, on the
ralestlne. t in Saturday, while walking on the
treet in eompanv wttn Mr. Talbott, Ander
son tepped Middenly out from behind a Hor
ner, and- rudely pushing Talbot to one lde,
prcented a navv revolver at the head of Slider
and tired, literally blowing hit head to pifce.
Then, remarking, with an oath, that ha had
done it, and wa glad of It. he ran into a build
ing near by, from whence lie wa taken by the
police aud iniprione.l. AVtfJ Albany Courier.
CRATES, ETC.
ID od O- jB ' s
PATENT
j GRATES AND STOVES
U 1 1 fl I ktf HI.U W I V V LWl
T IS TIIK ONLY Ul'alN FiRR TilVT WILL IIKA
1 a It
fen In all p'U, cenforU'jl In the cjldei
rather.
ll Mill Produce loull IIa Ileal
will llairiliw l uel.
It Improves the Draft.
tf 111. an ihjct to utcaln fifty per cot. nur Ii aal
from er j- )rco,t. ! fu l,
1
,
!
1 -p. atv Tpi ri a mriTm
1 3 yJ JJT Pi Q JT J. JllXN JL
1
Will ItcomplUli ll.
If It ! 1,'4'r.ble ',J a.uli lb J l.t UJQll lo tb oil
j meh4 of wit n Or.l-.
j
-
W ill lo It.
If joU ,U-lr) tj iij7 Ihitjra.'urt aaJ prt:il ja ct
an i-n flr, ttiea a -a
i
i:ery Nljrlr of b"ratss tvhetlirr
.r vv or Old, ran br Ml rt(b
llil Iririi einen t.
Jot t 1 o:.l; la tUiciy, at
ni avo A JOIIMTOV-
4 eltaStu
n; l'.al t at.lnttM tl.
mm
fc
inTl nomt vmpi0tm of aB, lb gut4S
Ul rUi.r. M ! iTan laar or &.
t.KUac Ulf work.
TEA STORE.
vIicm1i Arrival .
CHOICE TEAS.
Established in
T IX E
CHINA TEA STORE,
-.- .o. 20 Bate lIour,
II
ATING JCaf RTTTBtSKD FRO TSlr. -lABT
l b ao aoa-na!tj cfc.4ct lot of Thi.knwi.i nj or
IMPERIALS, GUNPOWDER
Oolonpr iiikI .Tixpnii,
VT r. enabled to o.Tt f retf r toJueemenU tbaa Ter,
bot a 1 jric. aad tt:tt y-
W bv, alto, ijl Caldlea. ttmniDg t, 1, 8, ft, 10, IS
an4 to pound each cf Ta, Jat tbv tbin fur family
A discount of 10 per cat; will b Bade on tb. mm.
THE
CHINA, TEA STORE,
Xo. 30 IlAtef Ilouat.
r JI. II. L:ib
PURE SPICES.
Wa fcT Jot recei i from 'New Tork, a lot of pur
Ground ßpico, conaialing of -
Genuine English Mustard,
Pare round CTnnnraon,
Clot, Black Pepper, Bxl Pepper, Alspica, Nat.
. mega, African Ginjer, Jamaica Oingtr, etc.
m
We warrant the abora Ground Spicr trktl jmr,
and at tba loet price. -"Lee'a
Bakinir Poder" U thoaabt by many the trt
Intheaoarket. It U free from ar deletri.iUitTrt, and , rn il'kJI" V 11V1? AI V
I perffctly pure trnl the" boiewwife'e friend " Try ; I ( I L'Ol 1 1)1 IIA Jl .V
it, ladies.
We ke-p Stercn best Java an! Ria 0x)on1 C"ff,s .
LoTering'.S0K.ra, old Gorerntnent Java ana.Kio Cotb-e J
i
TEA KTOKIV
!'o. 20 Ilatr- llouo.
dec4d3m II. II. 1. 1:1;.
GROCERS.
Wholesale Grocers.
ELLIOTT, RYAN k CO.,
4 Mouth Meridian Street,
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA,
WHOLESALE DIAI.F.R IN
GROCERIES & LIQUORS
w
R HAVE JUST RKCnVED AN ENTIRe-l.Y
tiw and eil aborted muck of au ma or
GROC El RIES,
Nultulilo lo IliUXrnilr.
Which w will eil on f?orabU tcria a any estib
litbinnt Id tfca Weit, hTin; bessti bought at the recent
deollna ia prlcai.
IValcri arc Invited to call anj
EXAMliXE OUR STOCK
II? fore lurrlialnx.
il Uu a rnuter nil ArllleM Joll lo
he Lkiinl to Saniplr.
Orilrr. Promptly Filli'il.
Wf bar at raialv.J
An A&sortnient of Goods
SultabU fur lb
ChriHtiniiN Holiday s.
IM.OTT,H A d C O.
C. A. K 1. 1 J OTT, i
J. b. BT A3,
T. r. utak. !
dlmtitp
DENTISTS.
IMAI.I.V Ar. NWALI.Ü1V,
DE1TTISTS,
O-n.-e. yj$. 7 and iJei'ii Work, En
Mxrktt Street, near J'oit Uflce,
ln1lanaiiIU Ind.
fF.KTfl IXTEACT1D witloat pain. Allopmrioo
X appartin to u, pritfeaaiua frforKl la ta
m"-t acictitiß Bianaor.
SatljfarUon aTatxl In all caaei. nolt 13m
DRY GOODS.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
JV9T RECTI VXI BY
LANDERS, TARKINGTON & PATTISON,
A rorupUti aatortsierit of
Drv Goods and Xotions,
IJCafHASID arvTlou, to th tat ajTanc, aud fur
tl tt bottom" Cprta.
On I'ouniRiiiiit ii t.
) packart Wfttera J.uii aod FlanLt';
9u pair blatikcta, cocamaai to atra;
uu Lasdir.' CeMAa;
Pi-r Mi lev, for aceocut cf ctr"-
ULSLCKi. TAEKINGTUS A PATTISON,
So. M Svatä MeTVdtan it et.
-Hrfcnulfi Wo ,
4c9Utt lathtvuapoU.
C2E?TD TOUB MAOtlHU TO THB HERALD OT
Ö VICE aa4 bar. tarn fMA ta tiaWlaa tjß.
Alvortl'H IJlnck
PRY COOPS.
WHOLESALE
ID-RTF OOOIEto,
Xo. 3 Alvord'ji Block, S 3If rlÄb SU
Domestic (ioods,
Fohm'h Goods,
Drc-a (iooiIs,
In baaUfal atylt and ut v i. ty.
C I
Ov'T IT
AM
G-ent's Furnishing Good.-3f
r
Worthy tb Un.ljo of V".b it TJUr.
' A Cor.lt Stoci. or
NO T I 0 N S ,
T)rAf ii ml (lo:ik Triinniiii'rs I
fflkk e Ter ti ibe tra Te at ttie be-t ab l! j
prW. i
noTiidir " mznconrATnson co.
CO.
'
, SlfffL
.
0. 9 AMOIt . It 1. 4M' la.
Indianapolis, Indiana,
WJl l-Jit I.fAlIU !
DRY GOODS
a. a ii Yiui:i: .ninots
Otter to the tra la a tuperb o.k i
PRINTS, DELAINES,
T'b'kM, ('union l'lannrl.
Drills, Red While anil Gray Flannels,
Jeans, Satinets, Shawls, White
Wool Blankets, Rattin?,
Cotton Yarns,
And a fall line of
DRESH OOOIS
And Yankee Notions.
dfclStf
GROCERIES. ETC.
B. B. ALVORD 8c CO.,
VlioIvi.le) IlValrr! In
GUOCERIES k LIQIOUS,
No. 1 Alvord's Block,
Corner .tlrrltllan nnd-rorRla Ni.,
. Airoa.
J. C. LT(jM.
aea.i am at.
Intlianapoli
s.
Ut of A A II. Itcbnulh )
decIS Jif
CROCERIES.
I. a. rantv-tUKD.
a. c. aaaaa.
POCULA AUllH.
4. t. IlLtVIU.
w. j. lauieii.
CnOSSLAXD, llAGllUE fc Co.,
wiioij:aij:
Car Meridian and Maryland
ootU dtf 15WA5ArOUI, IXO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
a co. w Miai-otaa, aa. U aLacoarraa, wti.r. vatooa.
uro. iv. in'.nr.vowu
iTorar.E, roRwxtLi5a asd
(ien'l Commission Jlcrchaats
Fr tb raraaa atJ Sa'. af
GRA15. finCR, UtD. P.AfX!f. IRIPD IEC1TS,
HEEDS A5D rOMX OE5SAtXT.
Xo. A Loiiisiaiui St.,
Cppo$ite tatt tn-l UnUtn Df-ot,
iiiaiiaiiijji, im.t.t.
airaa, tt raaaiauoa, TO
rtwt 5tl-al Batk, IfKtlaaaesolU.
K. B. Alfort At Co, Wa-ilaaala tofsm, la4iaJlatoIia.
Atfotsl, TalTjot aCo., Wfcslilo 47rcr, U4 aoaMlia.
Croalaii4. Mafulro A Co., tT bcWal ünxeri, '
Coo.l!j,W.l.Co.
C. W. fcm.th, Ei, O.o FraHtit Af-at.C. A I.C. B. B-,
Locteo Hill. IJ, 0. rrIklA6t,lUn.I.,
lixfasapolia.
M. M. UuvlU. Ej.,5oo. rra!bl Afit,T . It. A R.
R., llMl'aX.ap'dl. ... - . -
M. Oay, llaq , Aastry, J..fa1ll B. , J.Cer-
ofjtlla. - , , .
l iXrr,rjoa'tx 4114.
Bl ÜM
TODACCO.
17 WEST ERAÜM Of CHEWISQ TOBACXO AL
' w.t. csa aa4 al Maüa' JCaflo Clear taw., 1
buiBks:k,lUvU nrtou dtii.cUwtoi
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
X KE fei TS TS' rr !
ff IHK BaVr-'ftd biul ujaJ ,a r ,,
I (. k f
jToys, Fancy Goods and olIons.
! Atnm-f tb tfarl nU" f c 'tw-:!
! f..un.J Irrtk-b ttlna VAKK. t Srs Mi', TT Tti
- tifcTS. .iuer Sn4, m .ä1f Stet-, II
i VVt-r Pounf, xht l rrj, Mirch Ppr. t'VKIV!
i TASKS. T-njperJh-- ToMr". A LT-1" MS. rKr
' VJ rt K'.rre -s-rp c r"tnr-, ln'rn., l- !:
1 inj i.V ukKSiX'. rati-.t. jicr&sku . wof,.
j lioae, Wniiif t k. 11KT alJSIS, P-l 1'
I w:ts ittRnot.t s. n.h.i nz. .tri..-. :-
ÜtKC) TKAVFUSG tAt Mrrtnrl TJ. I 'ifi t
l5.fr.. MASKS of vry dr-s-r;t u. LKAlllHi
. in Rs.. K- t-htTr ii'. in:i He ,-,, r.Si n-v.ir,
t CKilNil HVl lKS, tre-J l..!s Knt. At-irs Trn-
prrent State. I t K t IH.S.. r r.g fo'. rn
reaasT! fund. Tumt lioxe, fr b .r, f l.l.n
B .-. iHotti. Gyn, IVrts ' f ten II ui Irei lui
cf SSvl VTI-' fjr Ijitt.- ent, M:. t.4 ) t; a
ee..,TRVal.l5.1 BVfKKrt. Ut til-s tll'tjii
'ClI tliL. Ku.fe au4 F.rk; W il Vnrtir,g k; t V4.
1 Otl.cv Ticket an.1 Market BSSkT: T'le WM..
1 WOKK ilaMS CHILo' V A b, top. T'jr frtN
1 lint.HT IPiB'-K.'S IMJ t'-l. M.KU.Ii, Vei.fip' '.. ,
I SPK'Xii II OkHK5, lilrtT TAtiR, Hnj,rc H.'tWfl;
! ll.'KIr : k!eeheu. kul-tr. hrr. Inlet. I Tu!.
CLisia n.1Torkt-b SMOKK irK; fnrr H.l Irr-, f
R t'AK!. Si.ua .-, IlKKrViKRl, laK!T
jlT TM UY. S.i.T, K2..r, C'AUIKUh.K I IsTuI .
l.m twürs Powder r1. Mit Paob, r.k-
' Hk, ;riMc .. Tut!T, VllUi, l.ernxn ai.1
j French ACJ ikPf OMS. .M.I Je.t... I 4JC U'lKS,
Hijn Fife's Violin aiJ tJnlltr Fl rirps. Violin Kon.
1 W LKl'i) t INKS "l "! rutt abd
S;Uer liral, baJrl; S .rJ a wl i.üu taue. Mi - ,
hitor,-. 'niy. kui.ir. i;?-!-.
r.Kt-
I WOKKS if every li'scnj tum, a:.d 1 1 u-! of ll'f
artk lej t tiuniemii t Bteui i0.
The itr.iae of the iJiblic I re(Mcfful'y fM.'.Ui'.ci.
11 i:i.ii -ti 1v1.1t.
.Yo ll't! II UeAri:.ot ,Sfr. f .
JEWELRY.
K 7-i"Ü
Ji:iso., Xelsox A fo.,
(a te-...r. to W II T.a..'t To
No. 24 Cast Washington St.
IMIIIV tl'Ol is, IMIIIM,
Bnl I- 1 1 f !' hi Till lllllllli
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
ii
AVK conMtntljr u hit. 1 a U-r nJ a. lrct-,l
atocjl f fln
Gold nnd Silvrr ...!. rs,
Of Amrrlcatt atol Fore-lK" Mxi.of. tr.
rii: (.om) ji:vi:i,kv
Ol tlie l.nlr.t St) Ira.
ituiJKici! (;oois
Of nil latter
Pure (oin, Silur and rialrd Harr,
In (.rent Anrieft
Watches. Clocks a nd .leu drv
Lpaii( d, au I arrai,il tU pro,.r, tUy ' In
prai-tirkl urkmB.
.ri. y.
ll. l Nr.l.i'iN.
Jt 13 Jim ALU. Y. JEN I'
CLOTHINC.
IVcbW Olotliintr Sloro.
J. II. Stil l II V i o.,
so. ii 7;.st wAsmsmnx st
Indlnimpnli, lnl..
-am aV ar trTt aw i tt .-ia . 1 . . 1
- m aw u j - i 1 a ii mtft u'lifi ui .t3t M VI
Uo-tuir., .- f. fuit. i..i. ii.u. i .i .
Iru1.11, tc., art lu
riu.a. tc., art fui ,rer,,re4 t n .t ry cu t, o er
uiai cait. rw,, , h 11, nut i.ia rj.
Hi., l,x b . 1 t rla
Mr. C. KUaVt AN, t' ni'i.ir, l . t re r ( e,,i
atd Ct toot U order 1,0 Uurt u.,.r, ai, I fruni iL. tt
a,;acVe4 aortiiieril of Cet. I lueie. auJ V. iit s,
to taaAa aa .lejant .oil of c ".lie.. '
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