Newspaper Page Text
• A 3 u., .. . ... .-." .-. .
-.I.ý A 7ww( -- - JI l..a. m.... .... -. .--..s * -. r.. / r ýti ashýý Wa Z-° Y FLUID U"XTMaVT ~ICII km Cmm @mc~ ber D bminm d f uI I eLALdVs1, u00311, 1 O11t.Y L, Dsors> It VI*l1 1 LI1TS IB ODUIIL11113.I? .F P G3A~L· DUOFIT, I Ihs wads.?aN I.ldwC sEs. r r II Jal LIVAO cNInW fWU as La(OUNUNAL DINILIW Dbdw d Iis. sdD .ý,tsw111 d. at .,. S9 a ad Us.. ..ns., .d b 1 HsLTHADM AU.-NSW t, Unleesem~ ·U~ Ikea Wuov cr mes $ a" at P ~a 1I r. r oft ri use (d I stall,. as. .1~lr. CM 1 ur~c b s s aada( s1 4 . Yu li 7 Ib ML~1rl(Od upssd d lt~wwTads--"W"Ib I 0 b smum N1 bolb n ee me F b, 1sOAD WAurl , law Tub, "d IL· G Disee --~UIF he emvqesth iF a UDr3 e. It a. beot esbl IOw nO=,UNFTIOm d IIPANIYT mv m.C lbm he mepue I!k UULYOLD' FLUD IXTIAO sunv b Nwd km thm urn.. ml E·ILThe 11 ~OO I HEA ~ lLTH &N3~L WIUU~p dwIB i i Mdl bet .du? fns31?. GqmI anyes, pumpSa.. Idf JIIU. 3U. Ntebbe egee of arIemrr Tee-Vumd)7 Hw b.?. HuEOL s w IZL31SOLD' slrIAO IUCHV sl bdw .d P. fa. 6wA, mad Tblo I M p4l b .Db II 194 RU·lOUTE~ 13 Crat, itslelphhe. he..l~d by wap Nwd 3egmtela.. Is. 4p P1onnnrsuror ~w s Int~ls " ss.tls Srur UoaNn Of U. Ubd I w L·dU ., dars at The Pd do 11aid, MM k s. I11dd r. Ytfl d Gr.. 1 w add' d" dt d S Mt an EILMDOI.' FLUID EXTUACY 3ILUCU ae ple o . bb ewi, wi e Ler eLD Wutema puIe e11 beheeelse--~~'.k ~ 'I~ g if d5 Sr d.. ,iiL M Ir~ r c~aW, ~c~lmuh( - -·I b JltlkllCCp~01 OIRS tFBDIShP U -innign 12M WAARWEgg Th uiper. C h l 3e e. aus aS-* Wesbwot gash~J she emee-em rem e*m meeesnn weo swo. * * m aeetel-he Romeam ....e--Proess- ... ..1 e s--h.o .ushe*od Me"e amid Vegeeables tas rase. me seese. Wammrowx, Jam. St-ampem aert-Sate of Tamr ve. iWhes saL Tid ma mimes to dissolve as iajunetode serere rteesdrier lmg defeodensm from dispeelg of ersal beads. Defeadeasts ret the ossa apes the arg emt that Texas is not a tate Is t Usi, and tere fore sh is not esitemd to appear bere. This pe- mett 1t deieded before the ers an ternal revemuae reosemts tolday da00M. The Weets V ileaet re have paeda re soltis orde their esa toe voe for the House rbill. f nestin g was hold In Jwsey , wp k adoptes resolutions denouela the spreit Court ed new recnstrction bil new wes gr division of New York Seoes of Tom er, ema Inmon e at s ea a l House.--AMf curtaln t. _eshters el etsw s das sd ad Tihe Kem disagreed to the eo rsee sm amitee's report on tie oeetsa tax bhis, ed ap poited a new committee. The death of Mr. Mine was emooaed, nl the Houew adjourn"e. These waus fell ameetig of the eablat te4ay, Bteatom emly being absent. Baron Von Geralt, the Prusian minister, was preseted to the pvresldem to-day. B&nsate.-Edmunds and Johnson took Issue with Sthe president's opianio that the bill rinktg the word " white " from District ordinaoseo died der the meones. The meage was ewhned to the ude committee. The rete adhered to Its amendment to the deMSlemey bib forbiddlig appropslal for the quartermaster's department being epeded for reconstruction or any other purpose. Gen. Howard was Baied on for delbeses re ports regarding abandoned lands and other rola thive matters. The joint resolution authorizisng the distribution of desiccated meaots and vegetables not needed by the arp to bthe ewers ia the Beeth psed. secoaetrsotlon bill was r .med. Morton Sspoke. Nye will foUow. Argaument will probably latsadays. Adjourned. The North Ceoretam eeeaemtreuetteUm con veastes. RHnason, Jan. 24.-The convention showed yesterday a dAepealtios to go Into general legie tion. Numerous resolutions on various subjects were presented and remerred. A rsees tion was presated anthalaig couaty beads of regtratie to disfraaee als persons who engagedin the rebellon or who gave ad and coeotari thereto. a eemmttWee was appointed to eaer with Gem. Omaby. A communatleon was received from Governor Worth stating that he had nothing to commmeal eate, but was ready to fornsh say Informlem in bin rpossession. A resolut peased today calling an the tress ever to pay over on warreants of~ the president of Sthe convention the mileage and per dift of mem* bhe. 801( CG tILTON. The Seuth Caroes.a Ueaeeatruetass Csa. ven~es. Cnas.uLsro, Jae. 4.-Seee in the osvention to-day-intereteg debate between colored dole. - gate on measurwe of relief for the people. It was red by sh etreminsh that the wMit own. t ý t e eor ats sberi arle Oi te va tr beadi auwe Sthat sales would be made to epeculateors and . strangers who would bold the lands at exor Sbitant rates, forbidding developmenta and enter prise. ?O0 3ICNMOND. SThe ViT' llauts Reeometuettesm Cevemtes. caumown. Jan. 24.-Besoluton adopted to me mnoristinse Congress for an extessios of tim of Shbankruprt sot. The ret artile of the Oestiatslea was adapted. ' A caemeome before the United State. Croult S oe toi-marrow, as babese cerpue to test the eesat oelli7y of the re sertust aets. The ptnner In In the lbby Prine for maurder, and tn.JOatmd. in tha ibehdoeld h- me rtrbe t bllhm t net a sdier or seller I the united States service. ZOO ?uLaLAMIE ILL. The tlod. Neesmustreetes oesweates.. e TaLL..Awae. Jan. 24--The eouvuatlou met as nt usal. 4Questio of privilege was discusmed, and Ssome time was taken up ia disassing mirspre. sUatstes by the pres. The committee on privileges sand eleetoes re ported, and afer an earnest ad exetleg debate the report was made a special order far Monday Snixt-two new members being added to the con.m mlttee. Adjourmed to Monday. nRON OALVMTON. Uo ate Coeesswuve Cenevaesa-P-littU. e els etuldu--4*a. sageoek. GALvuterO, Jsn. 28.-Te ooeservatlve 8tste coavoatios, at Houston, adjourned after a stormy seessio. Rseolutlous were adopted delarog u, alterable oppoeitten to segre sfrage. They ad vhe votes to defeat convention If posalble.f not, to elect delegtts who will vote agaisnt negre suffrage. It I, reported there will be a convention called ,a Galveston. to unite the Johuaoa Democrats and the mtderate Roepublicans. Jamea Day and William Grimlhs commatted sueiid, he esterday. Gem. Haock proceeded to Austia without stopping here. y MuseS. Loghia Uso emeutmetp as trainee. et vtee wersa-A New Preeoeuo ELos-Des of a Taesed••an. St. Pamrsuno, Jen. 4.-the Beerese Zeltung. pumblis ,,re, calt attentiam *loteailly to the feet a thenew teoech et hl matseilly t creases the power oe Louis Ma s and in sure to prompt hm to assume ah stadand bolder tone ia regard to uropeaa politics. Pam,, Jan. 4-Lv i, semolt-oeal. in as editorial article, observes that Reusia is the only wr not now in harmony with the reot of Europe. 4ot of t~character to tralutline the publle peace, are singularly ine -a-adby the tact that never pweorin, srpehactanemy engaged h, - arming nlaf se it for seaicpated wea. It ls sml tlht a new Frenc loa, to the amount of 760,000,000 fraao will he pet upon the market soon. Lownow. Jan. 24.-Charles Kers, the tradogiaa died to-day, aged 67 years. NrONE 5T. DOWINGO AWlS NAIX. Warshe Moewments. WAgsnneoym, Jam. t4.-The situatison of the - Dominloea repblle is represeated as beng ad plorable. T hea r1pes are dvtug onward, sad war veosein habe bees dipstbtce to the nelshbordagj ar for preiwdisen preveat immi. bent starvatiae. u becks of earthquakes welre felt on th lth and 18th .est. The Oace rebei oastinue Mtr ekeb emiehea dthiitloual troope ap the inpimg t of . e S.y, ls norvetla.l" e..the Do. a no v;I Jaw. I t.-Passed up: Leagworth S Pr. x., sad Belle Lee t 7 j. x. :, . . ha s. Lee ed lcbm ed a dmIen. eri r r,.g. Loc aI .s . J. . D e: Dater for New Oseams. 1110 , ll ale ho n hmes i etM 1 emlL s . eter. thesmem tr W. C hrnxam J n. I u wl bleea fat oar bel in tLmhe sse Weathur oer. Themesmetr !L AL er.., Js. 4M.-the m.tery oommisessl bave Sslheldakig eulbaees in to deeseef 0 Sen dsh hlTl Ife made b tiss. t K - Lravaroo, , Jan. --veing.-Cete e l arss a i-)I b ghr. e ith 1t srad i Tai 4th has leareued £16,00. Lemon, Jie. 24-No...- Oeels, 12 0921. Boad, 71 TI . _ PAOWS Je.7L 7-1ee havy; rente owa. Bulioes 5 leBaek of asmee hNo Iserewsed to lirn a, ou es. to, Noe.-.es.upem bhey. sat. Sale eslthm4ed 'st 0.000 bele. les of the week O60,. w 0.000 were 'for ex poat sad 10, for 4s6e0btleo . bStlck i t 40 bales, of which 117,000 blameAnto freom ea to the 14th, slco last report, 3.000 ales. Breadste rm. ImarlootL, Jaa.St.--fteraoeo.-Cotto aslout for Liverpool 198,00 hales, of which 116,000 ae Amerlieu. L LIvarro, Jan. 24- IEvnlg. -Cottoa ua eheaged. Wales to-doy 16,00 beles. Manchester advice. favoable. ern dull at 45s. sd. Tur. pestie 8oa. New Yeos, Jan. 23-.veouie.-Cetton ra ; sales 300 bales. Middligs 17t t ., chiey at the latter rate. Gold elosed a 1404. Nwe YORK, Jan. 24.-Flor shad better. Wheat quiet and very firm. Corn steady. Bye quet. Oete Arm. Peek steady at $1 25. Lard steady, 13(131e. Cotton Armer. Tar. pentise 534e. Roein doll--oamou stained 2s 75. Stocks active and steady. atling 94. Gold 1403. Bonds, old 111; new 1071. Virginia 6's 40. NEW Your, Jan. 24.--Money very easy and plentiful. Call leans 40@. Prime dlesooms 640i 71. Bterling little stronger but unchanged. Stocks excited with improvilg tendeney. hub. treasury balee $117.10,000. fve4weute of 1862. with cepose. 107} ; of 1864, 108); of 1x63, 1094; of 1867, 1071. Tea-forties 1031. (evea twouttelul01 Nsw Your. )a. 74.-GoverDmetes closed srroe. 6.0's of 1862 with coapoas 1161. Gold 140). tterl. Ing little stronger. Cotton j. better. Sales today 4500 bales. Middllatg 17101o. Flear shade truer and rather more antlve, Stas $6 60 a8 7T; Bouthern 9 80 16. Oen heavy, Westers mired $1 501 32; other white $1 2601 30. Pork and ld r. Grooerie quiet sad Arm. Turpentine 53@54o. Rom Sn @ 211. for common. Freights Bra, cotton by ad o. CinCINAtI, Joa. 24.-Florw ad wheat en changed. Corn dull, nominal unchanged. Oats dull at 67068. Mee pork 21. Provisions rmor. Brw whisky, free, 62 2. Balk meats soulders So.; loose sides e. Beoo irm sheuelege 959e.* eleI s 14 e. sgr earel banes 16410s. Lard 111®11 Baltter dull at 35@37c. Eggs 30o. LortISvrLLs, Jan. 21.-Bales of 40 hhbd. to bocco; market dull at former rates. Cotton 150 154e. Floor-superfine $7 50@S; fancy $12 50. Wheat $2 32 502 50. Oats 6668e. Corn 77@ 80c. Lard 1310130. Mes pork $20 25021 for old and new. Bacon-ahoulders 9ie.; clear sides 124e. Balk meats-sheulders 81c.; clear sides 111c. AversTA, Jan. 24.-Cotton market very active. Sales to-day 1417 bales. Receipts 1000 bales. New York mlddlings, 16. Sales of dthe week, 6000 bales. Receipts, d415 bales. SAVANNA, Jrn. 4.--Cotton active-advanced. Middlings, 16(@l17. 8ales, 1690 bales. Receipts, 2664. Mosu., Jea. 24.-Cotton market firmer. Balm to-day 4000 bales middlings at 161c. Recelpts, 1289 bales. Sales for the week, 19,000 bales Receipts, 1,972 bales. Experts--eeatwle. 5881 bales; foreign, 7476 bale, Stook on hand, 77,000 ET. Loris, Jan. 2.-Tobooo ative at full prices. Flour more active but lower-eaperfiae, ?7 26098 00. WLet firm -red and white, $2 65 @$2 60. Corn lnuotive, 81@96o. Oats very dull, 67069. Provisions languid. Pork, $21 25. Bulk sidee, 11e. Lard, 124@13e. AN ",LEGANT AND COeM'oDIOUI RIeIDSENCI ON CANAL iBrou, AND Orasn IMPROVED AND UNIu raovxn PhoszaTr, AT Avromox.-Our attention hae beem direeted to the sale of ine property to be made to-dey by IMem. J. B. Wltea & De londe, at the Merchetel' and Autosemr' ER change, amongst which we noticeo particularly that splendid dwelling bouse, No. 257 Canal street, the residence of oeur fellow.citisen Bean. Roach, Eeq. This property, from its location in the most improviog part of the city, its proxlmitty to the center of business, the eompleteases ad ele gance e the bldings, plats It out a one of the meot deirable for a reidence sad for luveet met ea the city. The terms aore mesally libe ral, being one-third eeeh, the remainder at oe, two and three years. Adjolalg this property, hi the rear, wall be sold three lots of gread and the small donble tenemant dwelling. upon thet, giviag to the purchaar of the property on.Canal mteet the opportutlty of, lereeslg the depth and making a carriage wyandstable room, ope. ing into Tr6m. street. Messrs. Walton & Des!ale wlM sell, also, a very desirable two-story brick dwelling. wiLh gardem, on Baronne street, between Julia and Girod streets. Three selee buildn lets, oornea of Carode. let end Rterpe streets. One lot ereew Boks sa d Reeheblveo streets. They will contionue the gret ale of equere sad lots, of wkich they sold a portion last weak, cmbracing thirty three equares ad four hundred lots l th ofhe r e First and Fourth Distriots, near the JackeoeR Bailroad ad depot. 'hereader will leaee rerfr to theedvertismeats i ouar one tea esaumee. The sherW if seott anod ,tis day aS 4) o'elook r. n., ao the praee, lo. 14 Magestne street, the coateats ture, et., of a oe eletearyu Laker by farm heads he epodeeeed a remrt able dpreclta la Virinia and the reult Isthat i the o adeet e ot to rh the highest rWaf et g deea ot osead dielleW per ·moe , te o Nr heNa mlNe it aeaeeoam Ive to al. Am ml.of Wlaee maye hee at thee plrioe, ea s ee e glao te eept the ebr. laoe mpsainte r rknsk.l . Ita re, e t p lw r. * .th tme reat .me; as ugweh Matn " with geedesu ehakraser aelInek4th as Ple lesIm ae eaM wo tew authtrad tbegrar o f la- Tebro b rr Te m towrs a er a 1 rSe will eaots, vs w re no, t o w thsose oei er g -I I - 'te 4) !lie s ear o 4.ya ..h -.see net .ft fie the reveass et tis lf Worket E wsrvi u ai-At haif U 11 e'leekr , a taf l t.U e e if - bie reEi kDd e SoC. _the r po la - U 8woik nm mate in rt ep rot Tm Als 0 . ler... Mo be ti euold lored cavalry, was teOr the rd of Lisale Alexander, a colored Iwom . the deceased was an anmate of a brothel, kept by a sepre kaows as Luocd Clartk. The ewash the he ss o of visiting. This womas ad a queMreh with other hsatee o the tlinehmet.d ~ aty Waer. m-n, and Catcber sad hi paramour woeatep Iai Catcoher tek pist from as mb'mi, petit la hIs bosom msd returned to the room where Sdly Watermas wee. Sheae someting ee effale tht hatever eo bad md to eeera woas. was rJyardht, ef ybody 'id not like is oy Stcae it o her." atobher rose from the dmat he bad taken, mad observing 'I dos's iUke it," drew the pistol, pointed is teowse Watersa, -lored, cad vKa, hot miming for Ot hrde Alexan. bra, mad she died of the wooed four days after. Catcher, adin tlha he had . ised Watsrman cocked the revolver again, put I to hur head, o The defense, which w as cosd8eod by th Msrs. Morel, was tht the shooting wS acot. deantal, sad It was in evldaeetht the deeeased had d saM so hereu. The attorny ssneral combatted th inference ofught tob de ed from thids et, ando aed that her statement we to be interpreted as a aylg that shed kew the prisoner d t netosdad to shet her, bet that dd n earqui t im of hi mboalsom andietls, nor ind m a wbet the crime. Ho had Intended to murder so womes, but hap pened to kill asther, sad ob killing In do e Ales amder he was as gty of murder equally as much sme the hedk i ed aled tora m attorney general exhorted the jry i et to be LtneeAed by tis court ieole r ast o in week, nto whioh not ored women had baen a o by tblak m , with savage cruelty, as ules those negroes who o tl, armed it with d dly weepta, ead ase to think no bcre of shooting colored womee thai if they were shooting blackbirds, resot pnalhd, there will be no security for asoe ty. llftlo a bref charge from the oud, the amea we a Iven to the ury at three o olok. At hal psnt tds they brought in a verdiot of gAuly with out cspltsl punishmat. In the case of Jules Def hode, Informed agalas for bembhag the proooeds . a viota whioch ies ene eho mmesioed hIm to sel, the ed.l trict astorey tuored ose prose t t d Fasetjutie w Pase te fratsaL ao trm d i. Is t aDe lg be a 4 e'eaek. whic Mol Court, we rding Pon drastreet, near Bareso, is borse accdetally slipped ead fell with him. ihe poor saniml ina y killeds . MrDrt p oll wthe badly be no y the hor felling upon him, bAeside being cut acroes the right temple. H was picked mp 1o am iboeooelecoadlosamd ftol avting his wounds dressed by Dr. Homberger, he was conveyed to the Charity HeeospitaL s cas is reported as hopeleam. Tue BDzna Imruaioeiow.-The eemmittes charged with thebroht inv gatie of agers pr. ferred against the street commimmlomor sad two deputIes, met last evening. Messrs. Gaucho, Jon. bert acd Marie betng present. Owlg, hwever, to the absesce of Mr. Dtoade, a imporard wart orem, the soetinesco of the a v istioa was cmtpoed to Wednesday eveonin, at alfp, tst o'clock r. U. A Con1aDrox.-lbere was a mlestintmeat in oar local column yeostday, wtrhih we harote to correcti: J. Qai was arreste t the him. tace of Mr. J. tmoey for outldng Mid own wifes Mrs. Quinine, with a knie; ad net, as reported onbnlan towards say humon benll, or vnes of ut bes very te the rt le. Bw con I.y-Ged to . Ch oreit or the newly -ppointed lieteusat of pott.ee wee yeterday sworn in by the mayor, ad will sh ly eater uepad th tie dt eo his oe. ofeut. W. . Mpre ie, in asseate the eemmand of the demorad zed Fourth Ditrict police, will have quite taJk before him; bat It is not presming to dvaner, that his intelligeece med reoluteness sad his Steae of ice wil smooh the way for him, to the benefit of the community at larg. Lsat. Mamsing might with greet propriety, thereafter, be sent to reconstruct other districts. Da'cl Ao N Exr. raes BiaoLAsr.-Thrr. day night a most daring burglary was committed i tho cgsr store of Mo er. Fe araes d et ls, i the corner of Royal and nO(tombouee streets. The burglars, for there mst have boom several obtaied an enra6of e b o the resturai of Mr. Phlilp Forget, next door, now ander masero, tbrcugh the aides of the show came on Bnyal street, which are gla shuabtters lasteea of xeod pahes, and west to work eattleg a hole fully three feet square throgh the three brki wall divida the retll are from tle uor the of thie clarhtore; they thea peeeeded to blow oup the oae of Mese. Perneedes & Vils, from which they extracted the foilowi : about s0"tn gcold, 8360 ia greoebakek, from 11600 to $1800 in city currency, Hsvspa lottery tcitet No. 1458, for l0, f ,most entire, a fractio of a Mad rid lotteuy ticket, sad several fractionstof Haven lottery tickets, all pries, whioh had been cashed by the concern. The following preeomesory notes were alsoe tahe : One. No. 5 for |121 65. dated July 12, 1~67, due Jamuary 18. 188:; one, No. 3. for 1300, treceived on accont $100, dated July 12. doe 0 tobor 1, 187: oe. No. 4, forf L00, ad July 1, due let November. 1867: one, No. 5, for 2q, dated Jly 12. Ice 1st Decemboer, 10?; one, No. 8, for M,, same dtme, due 1st February, 167; one, No. 7. meme armont ad date, due lt Msreh, 1868: one, No. 8, meo semoe0t sad date. due l.t May, 188 ; mad one for 8190 55, dated same day, due 1lt June, 1868. t1l drawn by . Fels of Mobile. to the order of Pernandes A Vila, payable at the Mobile Savise Bank In Mobile, mnd a check No. 71I, for 100, deted Juury 2t, draw n by 1.. P. tioaee, Req., She buro lrs thee made their esoupe, ade. stilt A ca of gmpowder was left on theo oor ner sare orte r earuat of Mr. Pu . e, e he loser leer, however, thre was nublin to steel. To ,rpeeonealkaewh N gd wildhs a.towdayethemeks b a sherie keeper la the zt et , bet whether he wm meetlot ulitberwe er was heptur in the i . ht . e -m m ae 8ehld to sateaJr r ee ge eo I t J owe ot te wneebmeo n 5thrbee a mb I " the Royalm inq md, vtbe5 erhdse Olulneup Btnk. oppelto e e , d a prlv wetche s es. w es Al ml shtheard b e t tc, wr h ta, i 4m dd Iyqr~3-41 ee, i . ter! umtseiM i bow0 0etaere aor bd ., d e, am .seo e .g l im W ..,s., a- sN. a It Joseph eeo e was, ea llsIdelp, beh e d larg sea no meses. sad Ghoat 80* wrth ef .r The eeeld t P. Waree, mseeed y - AN fet Mr et tem. N taty atd s. $e JohesV ee as e ree & Job. Kleg sed Si omes sebe of etoalleg $50 o Wenes.owagend A were kdberged ruea he aeeaelt of b but requred to frut had de a mte forweJ somed ehaver. They ,ee tbe Me . Cebit Mooee armted as a dIsees andee meptolw s ehersetr, wee od U $ Geo. MLoo s a at am e yi t o s a Potarish Presa. for stem.wlla aed t Dea Owmsa, a drekarm sde lee poeeo, was aet to ithe Wtoeusee fore clas w ds rt. Maggtie elly a leowed w emae d r. wee o.t heLore th eaht aut Cort f y to be ried for stabbllag with k test m tsi the 16th I s te accmed wt ito Mdy's tor sheet one o're k i the after s. Ds d toi hark. 0. Nl Galvoetii keeps, a flS stsaed sear Moodys. Lawreaoe diroctly after heg pet oat, west to Galvoral, w;o we etd. ad l sd to sit on his book.. Gasverim reeated i s the middle of the stree bet was followed by Lw and they ellchbed. Before theyw perw d aw rencebade oat bi a three pace with i bows kife. Foeatantely the we wee alight sad are now healed. Dealitel Le tper ad Joe Lewis, colored as, were reat before th First District co rt, to tried for the larey of as arpet eek. eaoetakli Vroty alued at ouse heudred dollars, owi y Willism MeNah. orn his rnom the St. Lm Rl4s.eeL e St.II Loelse setret Dosa eUre44 t enr , ha ae errsted al to d eceiumgad othead e of Pal Adige MLo. Oe oatlsmreet. Johb alleg erforpitribmg most from a belter Sthe Beef market, was mat to the Weebbame for ab yselyr.r . a. emste Aem. Non. " seade ot She -Machueette agvrtealteal Celiese-A Se mame"a tademt. [Oeeosdee .r the Agprlageli np.blae. ] Axuanr, MaSs., J. 12, 1M8.-On Fridy evelag the 10th, three boys of the vIlle, and three udo te of Agrlcultural College, Charles Howland, Lemoel Hall and George Graves, made a most deatardly attack la the Agricultural College dormitory apes Clareaoe E. Brew, both a member sad Ja r of the iesttutiom. It appears that Coek mwas a umember of the college for sheato e wMedi whn e ewa removed by the facelt ter beemrel e y. For an *efosaded reases Ceok epeet heat accoest, when under the eee i , bad made severs threats -ow" Dseuw. eest of the ateok weas certabely to fightes ew, not horsewhip him as two rawhhlee m foel after the mecoe.sul attaek. The was to Indtoce Brow to pe hi dewor, wh the whole party ore to rsh to at admbbler the puIsl. mese. . To this ead the wholeopei west up the stairs, and one of tm at 's door end. p sal te oe ies eeo edte stt4, bule to peg i. ftw thle thady tewd adm lioked ato the otde petty. a board badeersoide, sa d thorde seep toFle Then, by a heleon key, h e fm eand ga tsen tor throw his bedroo At tiso roke alle d to the dobut left t whoa theerowd (who were diu ed .. old cotee, meesee and cork blackg,) & t k wre ne or eadle, and loeed rthe door a them whes the whole party were drivenlt ato sJteL room.. Thh ction only ieeeed their ek, s they mow felt ree head so ptol, whie t feard fore. The door was kohed epem agla aed broken, whoe Drew thew id stre poker at the party and eapped oea of bi doer to dlspere the crowd, at whathe wesatrsh sad asbed by three on one ede of him and e a sher, who eoon brought him to the leer at the bottor * the pile. The oaly ether woepe he hbd we, a cablnet.raker'e ehisel, eas-qearter of an leek wide, with wh cb he abeed wIth a oervos violence right aad left, ealS ho hd etabbod Key lard four time., Hall thre times, Cock eas, eady once sad rave ic. This Le the party the moed time, sad as resree wee tunimag to go down etairs, tm feet from whore he we.as abbed, h elipped and broght hls head to unceesetems Meate seedy ii the , ad now lies le a ertilol mtues. Shether poertes ere 8t ti weU. * Young Browe Is a aindet of exeeatohr eee. tor, from ,lee (Rermpea) md ia bame is stachedto hm ber bLe oea tr tO t k y Preideat Clarlk ese f Tieoled Ae - beret It ought aloe tho ated that. acme lime in lb. met. dtove deaeltd to amo the party tlat if thbey croseed his threhold ey wme deed mena ead aleo that, eood to thaea of hIs recollection, moet of the l were made down lupon the oer, sad so hoked that he oe0ld aee ther sek or brete. How meach mia iLtqer bad to do wtthe matter i as ye. eoa e tin, ae et me f thel pUaty Lewed eria. of havlg med IS wihie a ehldt leim. The executive cesl of thle geeu6at et Maroecohetto eme to esadm he mlasi ts of Judge Thoee (eoeawegro) ashig 3.4.. The vote w m o w 4.. toog ee o mm,,, O, J, UU , the, asble r tote Wl sheu1stW r 41 the amev etals, or theptty whom iatiginaed without a . , _ IsJ to t at ha. m a bhn~lay.s "re these -I se: e d--eCbm- -be The ntý e i 4HeWtb l8le e. order to a.b h bwiitoW s $ . SAs Sabo wl~e.I~a rte I --11 peu .l m that Geinemes aor tor alo ah ak @Mftl r'"-e t IIJY· ýM1 oath who bed bees Ibroe4d it/ satwl had been 0~~ ihl.ebe lee th iesla fe v" wy propel eftise ltd *toh stu dorrr he Could to sustai ,.. " his lasfmmaL L T* Y RN (not w sllbrs. art MM sitU4' Gen. Gmt pweesg we fiib wsed I dent "114eIt s NeeebQ .b ! o f Mr ýý of ewe was as reay sonf50 t iunumin50 3 h Ab·J~ w bI ward. The ainreshsgel box.A Mihepwue , wh~oS timw tote Iý k. !ZVI 4rP Nf tlM' Jlc sý'ý! r bathe ~ ~ at vMe-~~m~e doued Isr ~U solemadtnty`M tduty 1 eortrT-4 " sMr, i m bo w duties at aaseeMeed 4iMa. 'u o sf i vte, tby vi ·rte haj )rrb mmalwer~ba he payeLriu a t1 o ltins ." beshssbm th e "~Tlm aYu Ma- ~W~Ihe e. ~aaget betei al rr Four befin hbw ns n~~p sed afte fihieal nI bask.rac morta wesed. cThe Nehi SumY~ bU.. ;W kwet eal burne *inYL Ohttuspeatms w~~~oge Amelnr 5" not - hLbwasb ot ~at Winin he. permmaeup.* Oe turd. byewmew hetr whshwe e elm~ ewl.,re *tIo. we dok t~ C-~~Y Iboatlh )J elr ~C~. '---· 1w· uwr·~t·" -"'a "4~ ~ u~qrzr I,.....b~·~