^BARKER, Editor and Proprietor.
K E earner of Pub/ic Sp'Sf
"^KfiOA VlLLE, JO
^UTTTOT TWK. TWO Pwllnn.
-itnw r»U- f.»r-aiij l»'t "1 r^r•
tri«t1v iu aihain-«-
k VL —Oriental Lodf No*1•KnoxvU* matte
or before full moon «*rt nuw.tb.
'V OwK »l M*EB.
1 Kr.DlBif Viditing brethren crdmtty iavlted.
8«'v- N a.
A. Q. HAY&*
AT LAWand Notary PuHHc,
Pleasantville, Will also attend
BuyUg and Sal ling
HUGH THOMPSON, M. D.,
TTORNEY AT LAW, Knoxviite.iowa,
Office ea»t side of Public Square, and
E. R. HAYS,
at law, Knoxville, iowa,
atteoil promptly to all business entrust
sd to iiia hand* 7-l5tf
|Hfrcantitr, trades, (£tc..
.'riMOK CHAPTER. No 1*. A.M K^oxrHle,
1 .« n °r before «»eh full moon.
y. A. V, WKl'UtKMX. H. P.
o —RdoxtIII* Lo&f m*et' «-«ry T«-e4*y
practice in Marion and adjoining Coun
VVJNSLOW it WILSON,
AT LAW and NOTARIES
PUBLIC, New ton, asper County, Iowa,
Courti-of Marion Cwunty. 40tf
G. K. HART,
lie. Special attention jtiran to collec
t.om and foreclosing mortgages. Office,
over Welch Welch'* slue, V.cjer's Block,
Knoxville. Iowa. (USOtf.
I.^RJAWNNBSFLW. C. L. COLLINS*
ANDERSON & COLLINS,
AT LAW, Knoxville,
fifo County, Iowa. tf.
Dr. C. F. GARRETSON,
W. U. 8T0HB. 0. B.ATEBS•
STONE & AYRES.
Van HOUTEN & GATHCART,
IN (JRAIN AND PRODUOl,
HIGHEST PRICES PAID.
Grain Hotise west of D. V. R.
&«9*t, fo«tk of Railroad track,
proposes to do all work in his
line during the winter in the le«t
jiosciMe manner, and at reduce^prices. Set
tiu^ tire, ca»h $1.50, on crdiiit $2 horse
shoeing, new shoes, per span, rash $3, on
credit, $3 60 setting shoes, per epan, oa^h
$1 4«, credit, $1 8') All jobbing at low rates,
snd 15 per cent.eff forcavh. bb pon Robinson
street, juct east of Public bquure. (Jive
him a oail. J0~5pring wagos on band for
•ale. (22 tf)
KNOXVILLE NATIONAL BANK.
VI I. LK, IOWA. a i a $1 0,000
flold, Silver, Government and other
Securities lought and sold. Interest allowed
"n time deposits. Special utten'ion ^i»en to
Collections. Open from 9
J.8. CtiKaiHGHAK, Vioe PretidaBt.
Buocs, Cashier. C^.lHf
T)0TIKRT.S AVD JAMES h»ve opened a
At Blacksmith Shop in tbe building for«
nierly occupied by J. R. Roberts, just west of
the New Bank building, and ar»: prepared to
4oall work in their line in tbe be-t manner
snd st fair rates. Will alio build wagons,
'pring wagons and Luggiet to order. Ord«»
CARRIAGES AND WAG058.
fift AFER is oarrying on the Carriape
and Wagon business in theyame build-
"here he is prepared to do all kinds of
Woodwork in a neat and substantial manner.
All persons in need of work are invited to
fire (hem a call at their »hop. (tf.)
^--'TOtfUd would reapctfnftyfnfrtrtn
J. the cit itens of Marion County that he
opened a Cahinet Shop on Robinson
Mreet, west of t!:e Treutont Uouee, up stairs,
"'keroum formerly occupied iiy the
& E. CONWELL,
in Stoves, Tinwaro, Sholf *ad
Heavy ware, Reapers, Mowersand
Ijrricultural Implements generally. Ag«nt
for M. W. Warren's Patent Atinosf beric Port
able Soda Fountain. Old Stand, east side
Square, Knoxville. tf
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ILLER. HOLLIDAY & CO. arc prepar
ed to do ail kinds of work iu their line
O short notice and o reasonable terms.
over Freeland A Thomp
Baker east side l^ibhc Square,
J. K. CASEY,
CALL, at their shop
northeast eoraer of Onwt House 8qo are,
Knoxvill*. (7 4S lyr)
A. UNGLES, Plasterer.
KINDS OF PLASTEKINO
in the neatest and tn»st substantial
manner, and en the hortest notice. Terias
St. CLOTHING HOUSE.
YAKGER, MERCHANT TAILOR, has
constantly on band a Full Ijine of Men'i
snd Boys' Wear, Bat-,Caps and Furnishing
Ajrent for Si'ger Sewing Machines.
KNOXVILLE MARBLE WORKS.
Officei» brick bank
eoruar of the Public
Eqeare, Knoxville, low*.
S, Manufacturers and
Dealers in Monuments and Head
stones, and Grave-yard Work
scription. Near northwaat corner of Publio
Square, Knoxville. Iowa.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
fitHl I N DEKSTGNT i) if now prepared
J_ to take cont acts for all kinds of work
in his line of business, sm as
aud Ciateru and Flue Building.
propose to do with dispatch,
and in good workmanlike manner•
at Law, Claim and Real E s
tate Agents, Knoxville, Marion County,
Will attend to al I business entrusted to
sare,in Marion and adjoining Counties. Will
practice in theBtateand Federal Courts.
ATKKIALS furnished if required and a
will be given par-
tie* desire it.
(ft 40 1
y) H. J. BONIVTRLD.
A delegate Convention of the Re
publican |arty of the filh C'onjrreHHioiit
of the state of Iouu, i*
htrelty called to meet in the city of
Ottuinwa, on Thursday, the 10th
day of July, 1S74, at the hour of 10
oVIoek a. m., for the purpose of riom
ntitii• MT candidate to be vuted for at
the October election, 1^74, to fill the
oflice of Representative in Congress
from ^aid Dintrict. The basis of repre
sentatioii will he the vote east for lion.
James M. lifek for Judge of the Hu
'pr^nie Court at the last general elec
tion, to wit: One for every -»U votes
or ffaclion over 1H) votes.
T. M. FKB,
Chairman Central Committee,
w, Ceolei-ville, Iowa, May li8, 1H74.
The chairman fails to fclve the en
titled representation, and we submit
A. W. Collins, S. L. Cirllins, J.8. Canning
sm A. J. Kerr, Jackson Raiu»y, S. K.
Bellamy, J. Bittenbender,
Office, whore be will hereon hand all
V»1» of Furniture, and Coffiosol jklj si*e»,
^Mkkovillaell Low for Cash.
TOIIN WEAVER is prepared to take eon
tiacf f,,r Piiinterinx, Lsyinjr Brick ana
•one, Building Cisterns, Flue*, eto. Satis,
action guarante»d. MutoriaU furnished.
Leave oriers at re»Honc, Kast Knoxville,
^'t.tore of Welch Jk VVehh. (7—39
ARl«N COUNTY Ai OTIONB1?ft', wUl
to all businosf in his line on rtu
'B«i)le toruii. Ssrula'-iion guaranteed.
Necessary to a ebolo®-.*. .34
Kcpubliiuu Judicial t'onven
A Iieptthiican Convention for the
6th Judicial District of Iowa, will be
held at Oskaloosa, July loth, 1874, for
the pur|.Kse of nominating a candi
date for District Judge of the (ith.Ju
dicial District, and ul«o for nominating
a candidate for UiHtrict Attorney, for
ttaid Judicial District.
The bu«is of representation will be
one delegate for each county at Inr^e,
aud one for each two hundred votes
cast fur Hon. J. M. .Beck
Judge aud one for each fmulU'U over
one tiuudreU ast follows:
Keok u k.^
W a s i n o n
Iiy order of Committee.
Con^reiwman Pratt has been re
nominated by the Republicans of his
Of the Anti-Monop. State candi
dates onlj' one is a farmer—Mr. Mor
gan. Mr. Barnes the candidate for
Treasurer is a noted railroad man.
Tbe other nominees nobody knows.
Th^ Ottumwa Courier says the
reason why David Morgan, the Anti
Monop. nomineo for Secretary of
State, is in tiiat party, is that he
cHjitldnH get an Indian Agency, and
therefore the Republican party was
tuo corrupt for him to stay iu it.
John Irish declines to be a candi
date for Congress on the Anti ticket
against James Wilson, who beat him
no badly before. An exchange from
that District says John did not run
before "iio only limped along, a
great way off, not making one-third
the distance. Jle eveu fell behind
on the home, stretch, where of course
he had everything in his favor. We
wish he would try it again and he
would if he could but he knowahe
i3 not wanted, even by the new par.
ty." He jwwi Sam. Kvans have the
Anti-Monopoly State Conven
The Anti-Monopoly Party of Iowa
met by delegates in Des Moines last
Wednesday. W. F. Cardell waa
made Chairman and T. ). Walker
Secretary of the temporary organiza
tion. Committees were appointed,
W. M. Stone, of Marion, being sand
witched between the old Democratic
stagers, Kd. Johnstone^of Lee, and
Dennis, Mahoney JIarria, of Cass,
on the committee on llesolu
Jtfffotrdf, That we. thf» fe!e£fitftd
representatives of the people of Iowa
favorable to the organization of an
independent political party, laying
aside pa.$t differences of opinion, and
earnestly uniting in a common pur
pose to secure needed reforms in the
administration of public affairs, cor
dially unite iu submitting these dec
1. That all political power is in
herent in the people that no gov
ernment is worthy of preservation
or should be upheld which
derive its power from the consent of»
the governed that by equal and
just laws, tho inestimable rights of
life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap
piness should be secured to ail men,
without distinction of race, color, or
nativity that the maintenance of:
these principles is essentia! to the
perpetuity of our republican institu-,
tions and that to this end the Fed-,
eral Constitution, with all Unamend-'
merits, (he rights of the States, and
the union of the States, must and
shall be preserved.
2. That the mlntenance Inviolate
of the rights of the States, and espe
cially of the right of each State to or
der and control its own domestic in
stitutions according to its own judg
ment exclusively is essential to that
balance of powers on which the per
fection and endurance of our political
fabric depend and that we denounce,
as a criminal excess of constitutional
power, the policy of President Grant'*
administration in fostering the enor
mities perpetrated in certain States
of the I nion, in arbitrarily interfer
ing with theif local alTrirs^in sustain
ing therein the* usurpations of alien
und irresponsible ad vynturern, where
by certain men have been illegally
invested with oflicial authority, and
others deprived of their constitution
al rights oppressive laws enacted
burdensome taxation imposed ail
an immense and fictitious indebted
ness created, resulting in the degra
dation of those States, and the gen
eral impoverishment of their peo
3. That the conduct of the
present administration, in its bold
defiance of public sentiment and
disregard of the common good,
in its prodigality and wasteful
extravagance in the innumerable
frauds perpetrated under its authori
ty in its disgraceful partiality for
and reward of unworthy favorites
in its reckless and unstable financial
policy, and in its total incapacity to
meet the vital questions of the day,
and provide for the general welfare,
stands without a parallel in our na
tional history, and the highest con
siderations of duty require tho Amer
ican people in tho exercise of their
inherent sovereignity to correct
these accumulating evils, and bring
the government back to its ancient
landmarks of patriotism and econ
4. That the faith and credit of the
nation must be maintained inviolate
that the public debt of whatever
kind should be paid iu strict accord
ance with the law under which it
KNOXVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1874. NO.
contracted that an over issue of Moines while the
be faithfully enforced, until experi
ence may have demonstrated tho
propriety and justice of its modifica
7. That while demanding that
railroads be subject to legislative con
trol, we shall discountenance any ac
tion on this subject, calculated to re
tard the progress of railroad enter
prises or work injustice to these in
valuable auxiiaries to commerce and
K That tbe limitation of the pres
idency to one term, and the election
of President, Vice-President and
U. S. Seuators by a direct popular
vote, and a thorough reform of our
civil service to the end that fidelity
and capacity be made the essential
After noon E. A. Guilbert, of Du
burjue, took tho lrftvt'l hs pftruu\nont! QUiilifltation for election hihI appoint-
„hli„ una Iri.h anHWW. mn- to
chairman, and Irish and Weart con
ducted him to the •hair. Gov.
Stone, from the committee on reso
lutions, reported the following
paper money being at variance with being printed on Wednesdny. We
the principles of a sound financial confidently expect to place at the
olhce, are proposed reforms
w'hidh meet our hearty endorsement
i. That \v« demand such a modi
fication of the patent laws of the
United States as shall destroy the
monopoly now enjoyed by the'man
ufacturers of agricultural and other
implements of industry.
!•. That the personal liberty and
social rights of the citizen should not
be abridged or controlled by legisla
tive euactment, except in so far as
may be necessvry to promote the
pence ftjnd welfare of society.
11. t'hat holding iu grateful re
membrance the soldiers and sailors
who fought our battles and by whoso
heroism the I'nion was preserved,
we insist that Congress shall equalize
the bounties and grant to each one of
does not! them, or to his widow and children
a homestead of one hundred and
sixty acres of land from tjie unap
propriated domain of the country.
1-. That we desire hereafter to be
knowuAsthe Anti-Monopoly party
of and recognizing the indi
vidual fcon.M'ienee of the voter as
parainij|int to tiie claims of party,
ask thqjjen-op'Tation of those only to
whom (his declaration of principles
and tl» candidates nominated by
tli i -i eflpvention may commend
the »:selves as worthy.
This wo* voted down.
A resolution to change tt}ft name
oftl ie party to Independent" met
IL,,!'of "iBte colum.wr.ext week
should be upon its redemption ...
in specie at the earliest prat.tu.a»#ie|one of tho best State ticketa, and one
day, and its convertibility into aspe-, of the soundest platforms ever oflcr
cie equivalent at the will'of the hold-1
ing interests of the country against
til) form* of corporate monopoly and
extortion and tint theexistiim ritfI-
Col. F.ibeocfc moved to add the fol-
lowing tq the platform
iteo/m', That in view of
The following ticket vm nomina
Secretary of State, David Morgan,
ions, it is the duty of Congress to so
to the people of Iowa. The -one-
ml tone of thu furthcoming platform,
provide, by appropriate legislation, '".o.. the imnorf»nt tonics of the dav
that the volume of our government
currency shall at nil times be ade
quate to tlie general business and
commerce of the country, and be
equitably distributed among the
:t. That tariffs, and all other
modes of taxation, should be impos
ed u|on the iwsis of revenue alone,
and bo so adjusted as to yield the
minimum amount required for the
legitimate expenditures the gov
ernment faithfully and economically
administered, and that taxation to
an extent necessary to tho accumula
tion of a surplus revenue in the
Treasury, subjects the people to
needles* burdens and affords a
temptation to extravagance and offi
€. That railroads, and all other
corporations for Pecuniary profit,
Postage on daily and weekly n#wji
papera is fixed by the new postal
law at two cts. per pound, to be pre
I j)\ld at the office of publication.
Vew HpaiM r(4
should be rendered subservient to
the public good that we demand! where published. The htu dots not
such e«Tifltitutionnl and necessary go into effect until January 1st,
legislation upon W-iis subject, both
State aud National, as will effectual
ly secure the industrial and produc-
ee in tlie
The world was astonished a few
weeks ago, by a letter from W. M.
Stone, announcing his retirement to
private life. It was so unlike Wil
liam, that the political world stood
amazed, and wondered what was to
follow. The sequel is now being
written. We learn of a movement
in the Northern ant! other parts of
this District, to bring William from
his rural retreat, at Knoxville, to
sprinkle a fresh haudful of hayseed
in his hair, and christen him as
fresh from the
people." The Delegates from Jasper
county to the Congressional Conven
tion are understood to be a "Stone"
delegation, and we shall hear of more
of the same kind. Go in, gentlemen,
he's a genuine modern day Reformer.
Let him that is without sin cast
the first Stone"—vote—and William
won't have a quorum.—/Teuton
William retires to private life once
or twice a year, but he's always wil
ling when a nomination is within
his reach. His modesty sometimes
impels him to decline and say No
when he means yes.
Tho Davenport dazettc, one of the
most sober, candid and dignified of
Iowa, journals, says of the two
faced-Anti-monopolists' "State meet
ing on the 24th ult.:
If it is possible for a Convention of
hypocrites to assemble then this
crowd who met at Des Moines, on
'Wednesday deserve that appellation.
Xo candid reader can look over their
I proceedings without being struck
with the evident pur nose to mislead,
i to juggle, to deceive the people., The
title tf tho organization, as every
body knows, is a fraud. An
I attempt was made to dispense with
I this glaring cheat, by selecting the
title of Independent Party," but a
i majority of the Convention seemed
A minority offered the following: to think that more votes could be
substiute for the loth resolution: I trapped without a new baptism than
ti„.» in,. .....
I hat in Mew of the rav-j
ages of intemperance, and of the
demonstrated inability of a prohibi
tory Ia\y to check the same, we fa
vor its i^tlacument by such legisla
tion as Will further the cause of tem
\vith it, and so it voted down.
tuhlican, free-soil, and colored men's
Then conies tin' other
sort, the old, donble-and-twisted,
iron-clad Southern State Rights,
dough face-rebel-democratic doctrine.
Auditor of State, J. M. King, of ranks, talking about the tricks of
Dubuque^ politicians in the Itcpublican party,
Treasurer of State, J. \V. Barnes,'and claiming that such things are un
of Des Moines county.
Attorney-Generul, J. II. Iveally, of
Clerk of Supreme Court, George
W. Hall, of Polk.
Reporter of Supreme Court, J. W.
Weart, of Uuchaium.
Register of State Land Offtoe, R.
II. Roardarmel, of Story.
Hon. Fd. Campbell, of Jefferson,
was chosen as a member of the .Na
tional Central Committee.
Republican Slate Convention.
lite General Assembly of the Re
publican party of Iowa is in session
Tbe next attempt to pal
ter in a double sense" is on tbe cur
ages of ilitemperrnce and of the dem- question of controlling
onstrated inability of a prohibitory
law to check the tiume, \vu favor its
enforcement by a Judicious license
law. The Of»kal/osa Herald s#yi:
On a motion to table, the roll was nonietimes hear the great and
called, aud the resolution lost, 244 to
uj)on the important topics of the day
may be easily predicted. It is safe
to anticipate a fearless, manly decla
ration of sound Republican doctrine
in language that will be intelligible,
and in meaning unmistakable. Nei
ther the party nor the people will be
satisfied with any such stammering
and contradictory utterances as those
in the jargon which ran off the end
of Ir. Stone's pencil and was adopt
ed and tailed a platform by the
OHieo-Seekers' Association at Des
Moines last week.
General Ord hits recently pardoned
tentiary, a majority
elastic as a rubber
rilljf, and about as square.
thoso who have thrown off their
loads of political sin and taken up
the 'white stone with a new name,'
those ex-Republicaijs who are too
pure for earth and Republican party,
who have gone into the anti-monop
known in the anti-monop ranks. To
we desire to tell ft little story
with the names of tho actors." The
story is an interesting one, and tells
how things were managed in the late
Anti-Monop convention in Marion
county—how T. J. Anderson, candi
date fiir District Judge, was made
chairman of the committee to select
the delegates to the judicial conven
tion, anil who
Now, Me., Jet us hear you
plead for the poor farmers, and the
way iu which they are .oppressed by
the Republicans. Such thiugsajw iu
The Post office at Anamosa was
lied on the night of June 21st of
about 1000. the robbers having bro
ken the safe. They attempted to en
ter the Post Office at Sand Spring the
following night. They have been
captured, ami a part of th«*ir booty,
consisting of (WOO in money and $100
to $."00 in stamps, Imve been secured.
They confessed, und gave their uames
as Wiu. llarris^of (takaloosa C. S.
Dean, escajied convict from Ken
tucky John Williams, of Indiana.
They nuid they were professional
Secretaries of Granges iu Dubuque
county b»»ve been dealing in manu
factured tobacco, and now find them
selves assessed with revenue taxes
and |enal|^ JXjr tf
The great St. Louis bridge is com
pleted. Its formal opening wiM he
from the Iowa peni- celebrated on the Jt'h iu-t. by a cele
ijority of whom were bration which promises to be a grand
onvicbsj of desertion Arum tljtf V S, tffuir. Tho transportation
•:.*' '-V) V
half-.fare ticket* for the round tHp.
T! ,! -al sy
Mm ,-vSS* fC-
l-W. 1 M. 3M. «M. IV*
1 loch $ 75 $ 2 00 $ 4 00 $ w0 $ 8 W
125 3 50 00 SMH) 1200
Column 1 75 6 00 8 00 12^o in oo
3 50 S 00 12 00 16 00 2200
6 00 12 00 lfiOO 2*2 00 00
1000 16 00 22 00 35 00 bUOO
Spselal Votlre*. or Advertisement* of UeuhUwMtk
or extraordinary Ji«plnv, 10 per oent. additional
to the *bo»e r»tts.
LOCAL N0T1CK8, 1KN
I made to declare that the rights of all
men without distinction of race,
I color or nativity, must be maintained
and to this end the Federal Constitu
tion and its amendments must and
shall be presoryd. This is the Ite-
FUlt LINK, EACH
In the Hardin county Anti-Mo
nopoly convention,-a week er two
ago, the chief speaker denounced the
Chicago Tribune in the plainest and
most unmodified terms, declariug
that its operators were the tools of
monopolists, and were under tho In
fluence of British gold. He advisetl
the Grangers to find out what policy
it advocates and oppose it. Now
comes the Chicago Tribune endorsing
Dr. Stone and his patchwork Iowa
Anti-Monopoly, Railroad, Temper
ance, Whisky, Specie-payment, Cur
rency expansion, State Rights, Hit
and-miss everything platform. The
Tribune44advocates" political quack
ery. What will the llardin county
A. M.'s do about it. v
Here is what a eotfPSprjttdf»wt of
the Comtitutini\ an Anti-Monopo
list, and acquainted with J. Wesley
Barnes, said of that worthy in con
nection with tho State TreasurerslUp,
in advance of J. Wesley B.'s nomin
ation for that place by the Anti-Mo
If nominated, would he be
a helper or a detrUnent to the reform
party? We believe such a nomina
tion would give the whole ticket a
bad smell, aud furtit) tue l^arty U#as
sume a defensive posltiou tiie entire
Hon. Ktigene Hale, snccessor' W
Mr. Crcsswell as Postmaster-Gen^rnl,'
gives promise to the country of »»n
able and impartial administration of
the affairs of his department. Hb
vacates a seat as member of Congress'
from Maine. It is said that he owes
his promotion timidly to the influ
ence of Speaker Blaiu, who liasbwn'
hls political mentor. His fame Is
above reproach or suspicion.
menting u|Mu tho lute Anti State
convention, remarks: "The chief
wire-puller, ex-Goveriwr Stone, is a
specimen reformer. Of all the ex
Governors elected by tfoe Republi
cans of this State, this man Stone
who is now ashing light in the re
form tabernacle, is the only one
whose oflicial acts the the party was
called upon to defend."
Hie Beecher-Tilt o fi-W eo
scandal is opened afresh. Theodora
Tilton publishes in the Golden Age
a seven-column article attacking
Ifenry Ward Beech er and defending
himself. A letter purporting t«
have been written by Mr. Ueecher,
made a part of his argument, Is pro
nounced a forgery. It is a very un
pleasant aud damaging affair, and
the less said about it the better.
Cormack, of the Dmiocrat, sul»stitu
ted Crozier and Bousquet, Democrat
ic lawyers, for Short and llouze,
farmers and Grangers, on the Con
gressional delegation. Tho Jleruld
with many of our citizens from all
parts of the county, wo are satisfied
that if Judge Ijoughridgo is not a
candidate for re-election, that our
citizens would prefer General J. B.
Weaver, for# Congress, to any other
man named in the connection.
The Gate City says: "We havfl
learned from the Jlawlnf/e who and
what J. Wesley Barnes, Anti-Monop
candidate to keep Iowa's Treasury,
is. He is
The Oskaloosa Herald now an
nounces positively that Mr. Lnugli
ridge's name will be presented at the
Congressional Convention for renom
iiiation. Of course there's nothing
new in the Item. William is alwa^-H
Northern Missouri is one of the
frxv localities that is likely to te
alllicted with short crops this year.
Reports say that wheaft and corn will
be light In consequent# of continjud
Burlington's King Rail
road Contractor:" aud that's what's
the matter with J. Wesley B.'
Nellie Grant Sartoris receive* nor
flattering amount of attention In
British society. As Miss Nellie
(irant she was feted aud pmi*£d. As
Mrs. Sartoris she is snubbed.
On the occasion of a festival at th*
Second Baptist Church at Syracuse,
X. Y., on the 2ith ult., the floor of
thfc audience room gave way.' Kif.
teen persons were kill«d audabout
The honest Anti-Monopolistjr o"
the State,asked for bread and the
fiiglers at tho Bluto convei^loik gave
them a Stone.— date City.
f/ongresg, just before adjournment
?«ase«l a bill legalizing pontoon
bridges tlie M'iVissippL j|t.
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