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STA HP REPUBLICAN gi' HOSMER & KERR. LANSING, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MY 10, 1859. VOL. 5, NO. 3 WHOLE NO. 211. jjjjjji STATE DIRECTORY. ' ST ATE OFtlCEES. FR. Gver0"r tf"3 VT l: ilHi-y. Uuttut (.ovnwr. the Fom ijamc CLEiiKs a tali: fi .ied, and ffxui seemed to settle over UF C.1.M1ILI.U I IiUOOKL.Y.V. In tLe winter of IS.") and 150, a party cf four young men all Lank clerks, engaged to meet alternately at tLe residences cf ci-oh, in the city of Brooklyn, and pass the lor.:: winter evenings in playing eaehre. Their reunions were cf the most plous-nt chaiue ter, no Letting being allowed, and evening ofter evening passed rapidly aw:ty. They HEAVY COLll VIST SWIVDLK. was very much frightened, and in the eve- locU.r sh.xk in the saddle. One mere white ostrich feathers, as upon a dais, or re- the Spirits of the comrar.v. while the stir- t V.,rJfr 7v Thrr Thousand V,L i-iL' n.ade an uSiavit tub.-tai.U2i:y ccrrol- mile to po. tsxt fellow : lui r.-.t I and vu sembung a but wc will emit lugubrious it at tLe Lsr were in active demand. ''Wonder what eW.d have become of Char-L-y," mumbled tho ekrjtkt, raking in a f-.w oimt.-rs, and p-.filug vigonyaaly at his ci-f-ir. "I won of him Inst nk'ht, arid he de- lursjhr a bag of Brass Filings he is Mark-Mailed to the extent or eight hundred dollars b abogus polin r.ian a rep:ctalle Broker and three or fjur others arrested for the sirindie a singular conspiracy crating the story cf the "Jack cf ipade: These i lames, it uiut bo NlL ,-vti.K lk-MlTY aob 1;m;Vv,' -U.Tiut'iiit i'ub. iu,truct;oii. ; invariably broke up at ten o'cl ek, and re njiCL " , N r..mni.-i..nT State Un 1 Office. jlille CtKltML J, A ij. n ! Qr. .Master l.a OF aut'REMt vuuar. J.-Cc hW.nv (H.i .R Tr. -...oTtv. n.i TI INCY, A ""i J". i c-. IMGSS OF THE CIUCI'IT COURTS. ii - J;, vj , ,i vwiiir::-:n.i , i..imj.. j,jnvR.Kru.':. i . n VJ I.. RaXTK''. ,1 h p.AM ' Ht.NRVtt.i!::v:, .M!V iHt. ) i v i: K'V. REV. B m I Ay'uirftr Kf, i'i'o" jFRPnARP WMi.ri i:v : hk.p.vv':ta'.i I UWRH TA-!v, DANIU.L. IKn, J. A-vIum tr lb. Hn is- i i.t is,- Ht I'.- jiv?srtT.r:, Hi l.K'.'KT B.Slf.- v. imitvniAMiu:r.:.r. UlA'.li'TJ'.itV. WIUIKIM y T K -y. T-F. vT.. A.-r.l NFL V W. l.RK, R. F. JoirWNV, .Tet r- n '" A Ci; H CL TV .'.. l'U- EC E. L. r n. ivi i i-" ' f n.?m. tr atWTRAY,r t.4.f V i'!.nt.r. T C.JkB!T, I'n-f ' I "' ". CT.8VK! i ARi- 1 1'ir.i- t-r in ivl K.n'it.' tip b v L.iivcT .....r il 'ii.r.ii?-ii'i--nt ' Hif Farm. tll-lll S!t tV. LANSING HOUSE, Lansinir, - - - - rh-hiaii. n. tired to their respetive home?, sat i.-f.ed with I themselves and their evening s a'uusernct. i The party consisted of Oscar S. Ti- hi. Into I teller of the Atlantic Dank, Brooklyn, ?i book-keejr in another Br-cklyn t :ir k, a j clerk in a bank in Wall street, ar.d tLe writer. The were young men, n wIi-jih no word of reproof had ever f .!!. i fault-finding world. house cf Field I for their home ji Icled with the i each envied Field i fond and loviu; i whole happiness i timc3 was the fjuot: j "To uU :lti but a riL'. tli iu.h'. j T"ib-J"U ll::it )'. :i t- j Tho winter pasced away, and c im , The parties were, n aecou.-.t t!;" sh it ; c-ncd evening', brckc up, tu l'. '' BUinmtT an.uscim u:s. Th-'i i-. xt h'i : ; ! effort was made to rtorgt.Iz.j th.-i., t;t !'.'. ! some cau-c it f.iikd. :it. 1 NY-n.ber jawd J without any nueiing. On Ciiii.-duas j of 1855 there wn a turk-'y rr.!-- advert: -t ! to conic off at a house in a mar!-'.- !.!!: i; j Court street. Thi.-. ho-ise was t!i'- rtIeee I of a man who had (a.ee b i! a l r, L r I had latelv risen fr:ii thai j the time of which wo write he k j t an y -Iter ealoon ar;l bar In th p'-r;i-;i i lllro.klin where was c-ta! 1M.. .1 t'i- j was but few, if any, of the saloons r.ad it waq therefore the resort o!' i:ivt i-f t'i" young men of the city wli'i lnd n- l '( r I p!acein which to pa-s their t'lii'' Tl. r were two rooms on th second ' r ', the bar, and the other w;ii tho run in ; which the ratlhi was to take pl:u ( . In this room, on Christmas eve, th-; u -hre i-rty of tho farmer winter, t.'t thcr with i t r from the neighborhwl, int, and t!.- i 1 -inf f-r "chances" couiiiH iscf d. 'Lhe t :. -kevs were ra filed off by l' ViM-k, a:.d a -upper followed at the exponso tu- pro prietor. After this, or; ...r two ,,f th.- par ty commenced playing uiee f.-r pi.;r:-'i. and soon after the whole paity j..in--d ia the game. There were the fom- Lai k clerks bt fore allud-d to; (h. re s t u de;i- tit, a d-K tor ' f ni dicin.-, .1 d a'cr nt some refreshments N nam- ur comransous He was led into it I v ethers, he said, and to the soiall tavern door, where a irenial remarked, are the object cf violent Jisous- fully implicated II. In the transaction. light was shilling from the windows. he sions, criticisms or prais, on the part cf On Saturday a warrant for the arrest cf called loudly f r 'th'? landlord. A dozen ever) Kxly admitted into this sanctum-sarc-Mr. II. was placed in Mr. MeKlroy's hands, or more of the inmates came rusaiuj O toruui.tr rather, this vunitas-i-iinitntuni found hira at his place of luine--s. but the dxr with lanurns, which they held ' the parvenue lady who toast its prcpri- tour a tro ro 1 :-l satisfaction, which I rromised to 'pu-.- !.!; " 'irion w.-r. tip cnniortiire? t at t.. n I . . a tu ui j" iiu una, ut- vjwcu uuui aiat. aaia inMUia iw;. r. ui.c cil ".y; off, rod. thou-h all in their minds knew the , ve:" J ho corrw of Chat- the lady had departed, and then disclosed you come fr,m V lake from their lips al- iWpas in dbmond int. united by truth, they dirad not speak it. At length, Lam rect and Vew Bowerv was it;n h" bU5tne..s. Mr. II. st ence denounced most simultaneously. ova Me s crown, tnc tongues ctwbioU t i ' tMa i ,.ir.i t... i,. r .?.r ',.r,.l i11?1.'1 aud VtW. j?''' Yal ..- the whole ae.alr as a ce-nsr-iracv to extort "tw fr,,n ? Wh, iVuti. oct the M oinam, ntcd by largo rcarls. The trtt r the :non,y dI-red itoFckets of XS and with an lf-J fta him and rn Lis characrer.- hawk ! What is the uiatter ! il the fropet -r of tl, himg,: is of ' d.mask tl.erospentlvetwn.TS. th- rrcrri- tor went : ff n,vsterv craved a rrivte interview. IIe was- "vorthekss, teu to the ( ity earned away any ct your sc-nsts? IK-re e-...-. , 1;.:ed W1ta .-Mue des.gr f flow ,l..n vi or. to mm, it whif. the rartv were V. v J .."JS f? , : Jn! .3 ; Hl Police Court, and rave bail in :ho p.v," as disn.ounti: g. : e thr.w the r,ais rs Ti.-s damask i an .rtiele of genuine ir:mel!-itolv en day Tor-crs, and -ml In rr !'. S;i-,. t ' . e .1 . 1... 1 ..-, . tT liis arpoaranco t -r exxa:.,itr.tKT. -.- - wiifn inn 11 inn ir.cii t ruiiic 11 u l: i . ':?. "j" or cartt I ayir.i; ,.r., fr..m Mr II o.-itl-. w'mni could be sctn in the rwrn. The rr okt r Tn. v, W(in ftVin;1:rr..!. Thev then im i.iin i pviia-man an i state,j ,i,a3 tjeT paj ja tjjCi n turned, an 1 wi for his ar pearance f o'clock this afrerro. n Xo tiac1 of the ho tlutid. The IVnutv it 3 to a sapinc f-lkw, iive .To'.n s'uiLthii luxury, troiu the tact tout it soon grow -' nice." and Jrv him off. !rh:m wul dingy at.d must co-u.-ciueutly be frt.juently P'-nOciuan oau be -Trapped tit. iiprriTonaoni nns vvar.t w :r.if il fciM-.r , ai.a t L.t -h:.dl rl fHmuk.1. n ti.'.'Vi .i. ntleeti-d V Jnrge mirror, tips, a wL.eti nro e curtains here and then bo- The meetings at the '' ' large quantity of gold dust, hicU baa wen , : . - - . U-t ... . .. , ,LUvthi.t i-l t it to l, called ?KJ were particular pk'aut. 7 'T'V ,..J ."'! -; t a gambling talkfrcm s.-mc return- - ' -, v ,.-Vfitil, i '.,. A 7. i ;.: u mile, a'.tar or theatre. ,ys and comforts v.tivn.i.i- ' ',,riVl'l'-lK"l! "l'u' "u'a' tahfuriiiacs ; that they were very ans- mA v tf, in-rnt'tbo ioat--.. V. Ctr. i w -" ' '' ' L pon the intthriece i a clock tearing rdeaurcs ct tuo game, atei , , : iO'is to dispose ct it, as they wouia t-e 1 ..., v.o.,;.i -,...... 11 n- marble statute cf a female at her toikt in tho i-J5s-s,;.;n of r. ' 1;lVC." 'j' .yous-ou v. u.ri., ooliged to leave town immcciately, and Lai ; ; '' ' V, ;; -, The trinkets with which h!io is adorned aic wife; in who.se happing Lis eveme- nmrca tue iioeu.an. apphod to Mr. II. il,r that purpec. but he .l.s.v,l ur r. ",7-.'; v' 7 Yi .i wi-' irecuiao kwek. This beautiful work of seemed cuwrought. Oil aV , " a.ni ' ";: : not having the ready money to spare, Lad X!I1: ioctok; PKK".Tm:iJJii ,r, .V, ..ji ... w. - .Lwn the M.-.hk att is from some hand who refund to skr-; itio-applied to tk:, I ana a.t .n..re.i .c rcu o - . a-Jvid them to call ca h'.m, (layior): ' - L1 thafte- -i ' " Co: -with n- ai d I will his chef le'-ruvr-, and j referred to remaiu 14 ;'nn".i rr..ciM'i m". hen toil that lie .t.. . t, ..t.l ,. l.tr,, m.a aiu . ... i. vtu wua n... una i . ' . . . -, ' . , i .i i 7 t - FV k a 1 1. ui i.K t , . .. . v,,.. , 1 ( t , ,, ,. ucKiiO'Wn. j.uiiioiie fui true arusi ccuui w; - a d. taulter fr over three thousand dv- i Mr. Tavbr. of course, had no obiectiou , fJ-w id- n.1 lr ' ' i. .:..,t....a. a,.;.,.. I-:t-, and had not been to the bank .that diy. ' to "taming an Lonert penny-iu tho way of ; The nolle U that hrnn the ub;ect k, Ue-w .,u d f ar5 t'- . y g.7,1 at each other ia blani .amaze- tu,incss, and the negotiation was comnunc-; of my story had beta a bay of the richest - ' - f.i.Wcdt!c k-t. cratie hfers 1, ft there purp,M-ly to be wen ..:t. w-jligniir stamped up. n tlnrcun- Ci The men st-ted that they had the dust and most glos,y cvk-r with akncsr, of J. ,;n ,h, Ja, anes,- salver p!a,od un the Th,- pohee.mn soon kit, and in a cart.c tag a few blocks off. that it white hair in the forehead. 1 h tail had I- 4 - ' . ' ' :;!, .riJ -n by onttkrees Add to all this, the r&rty. after trying to case their con- amounted to seventeen or eighteen pounds, been allowed to ft w, mieurtaikd by the h aaiid torp. d ... r 1. -tacini if l nj lenM w .-ii.-, with oxpre-Mons, that had tby wajj wor,b at least sixteen dollars per ounce, mutilating knife, natural y and jrracefully -ai.sm .a a. ..a wii;ch K. Jc4,ribe it.) . great varkty of k:io,VT: it. they would never have pved l(U:lilCJ WCre willing to soil it for fourteen a those of the wild mr-targ-, of tl-prair.e 1 , J - - - - !iU va!t:tiro,f a:,j t,por tVlnf,rt. with him, supposed ,t wa, all nght. .Vco. 4lo11ar9; allowing the buyer a handsome The ample chest, 9 mall ankles and proud ' "t ;l Ji able inventions f the pa-t r.nd present, and r. tired t. their respective homes l ield.n j rclIt yh Taylor finuliy nrrPT1god to neck, and the wide-npart, prominent eyes JJ V ";V ; l ive i- 11 'w as ' will hare u gcr-en! idea of this K-d r:.i ticular. seemed to feel the uirece which mcet thc men at the Western House, at the and open nostrils denoted gentle blo,d. but .ta t'-'rift... ... i ... - -imju ,t;)(U ro,,,n h id l.ecei broMglit upon a promising young corncr of i)tovmc street and the Uowerj. ' at the time I saw him old age had whitened ta.ter.d a.,d the i .tor sa k , . Nw fo t,)0 .0?r0S!8 Takinj? a.!vantapt. man m,1 his friends by tho cursed habit i th0 evening. He lound them waiting his beautifal bay coat, long tutts ot hair 's f , v-Vfr i-ro- f t!lt-late fine weather, Madame has lcn whkh he f.nmd was gaining a strong hold f,r him. and accompanied them to a la-ar were crowing behind each foot, his -yes "ke a eai.u ie mt j " 011;vlV an.l ,.Urchad a l-rofaw np.nhimseit; and the wnrer in convcrsa- Licr saloon in l ors)th street, near Hester, were rheumy, and the tew long tee.n i.e . .. t . ., ,,uallti:y f flavors which arc to garnish turn with him then, hoard lum resolve mat wUTe tiiey retired to a private room, an-l possessed were loose. . . . ' y- .u her t ier tables. Vvm returning from her .u!d never p tay icr money :ig-nu. the dust was rroduced. Jt was contained i had notico-a tnc care ?iuu uueuuou i-e- f i . - - , , , -, frlit have saved : t i ... ..i.i : ,,Mt 1, ' Etn-,1 i,n urn l.v everv inmate ot tliat ..ma,.'"-o"""o;. li; il IKlIjU-W.IIIU IM'A, .Til? ' ' -.v muc!i mi-cry IH'IISO.V, IC01"l(li:TOIl. j nately for the pool, and betting th: YVM P. IHM't'i;. CI.F.RK. I wuuld throw over a certain number i. i -i r... sit i ..... l,r.,tc with three dice Sla-re Kit tais ikmi: nan - t j ....v. - - - i . . V.. , o.l ware, a lumoer merenam, ; . - -keeper, a merchant from New York, a;.d ethers, around a lar-'c table, throwing alter- that tiiey done) Wine iloved itii-fli. and tnends, and lami'v kf-T that resolve and r.o d he turned fn in the; t ract iee over whit- he wh then impending, no digraee won!-! ever liave attached to his name. But his companion, sr.moof then, wore const: nt winners; and, not d-'siring to breakup the party so soon, Field f -'trid ll.e s-rpant folds ....nv.n.-v.l nroiitnl him. : i.d. breakin ' his well formed rcves. he r.g'ttii plm th" deep. abvs. Tearmg tr m th.e lesson he had jn-t !eari:-us he p'un-.-d forward in th-; d-.rke-rijhis. Tho fri.-nds . i ' i.ar! -prod up his d- fakatkn. :-nd he ! t .iiriri llu-oje Th.. r.iTi:e cot.tir.tie-1 v.'i'h the L the r.artv. with the (-Xeejloi of M Mr. TavlorsaiJlu nlcJa.rarletol.avo family. Not a dJ ll hla V w,r- '' M a,.aK.l, arl one -Lc .ne ArL in k ! and f;o . carofs,J by ft .m.,,,,. ; ;r "V , 1 hand into the box and ar.r-irentlv drew hands, and it I had roen snrpri-eu at inai l" J . . , , , .1 1 .1.. I. n-.H.I ' 1.r.i milch Til, iiie-uci: a iiau'iiui i uusi, ninui m; .... .v, .v.- - . . . . . i m T..i,. iit-A mr.lf st-innc there his rio-sy li.U tip in a japcr ana gic ! .-ir. i.ijioi. uto:i, . .m- . j- n , ,1 , 1 i;-i . The br.v then vrei.T,e,t enrcfullv tied tlirough the summer, would frequently ; others patt. a nis n nr. -ea'ed. and restored to the carpet hag. throw oom aims ..iy.uu nia ik-ck, a. .a ". - . .i- t i .... .. I. .l .1. 1.: . f. ....... .,ir.ft her ..ho.l hkr tMilC thO i ue- lie a . riiii, .ii. ...j.". u r i i : ,r.i on,lfnrl 1,1 1,., r.nrp. re- would call him ret name", and net mure " r , ; i ..... , . t... . drive, she lies dwu for a short time not hrtr, but in another apart incut, really in tended for privacy andnp-ose. Before the hour of reception, she rises and makes her uilkial ti ikt, wiiieh eenViti principally of with warm ffuinel, and irauze laec, and tender rosc-iorca rit.wns ck or caressed his nose 1 car.tul.y arraogca uisonur, a laeea her- cLk! miiiIi'd with Iier gouen hh-ks. .a the le!t side oi i ne- i. u.i :.. - -.-n ,.h, einaiingly fixed 1 idy's iisa'd, to be suddenly taken away at a certain mumei t, so as to his Th I,vfi"ir ar.rroaehed. Lend of h:s beast aeain-t breast, and great warm tears riisiid up from his heart, as the h ug grtetm t. ngu- ft I riTli IlOlll l!. lioui. n- ' w- r- . - ., - . . . el hit" .,.., t. tl... -o..r lner T,rf.n. ami cincu- uueniiv ner wumui ein oai. , .... . i i .. inm i ri;. f !in massol iinir M pseau. - ded the negotiation, agreeing to pay for the tears while thus cmpkyed. ''iV.u dohu' jr'l;,e ''J '"'J f JJV r- ar,itbe words from cnntki.-ment, and fall in rich profusion y dust at thcrateofSl-ipcrouncc. He then received all the.-e carres.es as it h- had '""Y. 'in fow waili-' er-a-i' Met, nn- n MadameV shoulders This ma, u-vre is ' ' all ri,,ut.stcd the men to bring the dust to his been accustomed to them, frequently f'.'dw- -ie I i. . - , ' ft.os ke, t in reserve f-r the visits of particular .lii -e the following day. but they declined ing one and another 't-f the inmates bkc a U.a l,iul iuside, 1 .dies, with the charitabk iatcntien of dri- ti r" a ' ,., j,, adding that they had good rcawns huge house-log. My cur,o,ity at length ' ' ' r- T, , tr.n.in ving them distracted with envy, by tho cx- '..r r.voi.h.er Mieitv in the matter. Fi- became s. gre at that 1 resolved to become where ! . .. ,.' . r,A' v., ' ... tlrt ,,-1 hih;tkn of natural frifts which ttrc tokr.i- of tl:r. or four, who am s'cd their stepn'n time. Af ter a few months had passed, another of the vaiiy. .lames -, also a bank clerk, was arrc.-tfd on a charge of forgery, and hi, trial took r ace tho denti-t it-it Mi- lot-,.r r.Titfiiru'.l t TieCOS'rV 3 lUlllIllOU Willi luv i f.ir'.i.'-Lahout 63 MM paid for the dust, thus honored with the respect and attach- escaped, tro.a the i and started for his office with the carpet mcnt of tho household. Not many days a-jam. did he r.e ba in his hand. Two of the on ahead of him to Pee that the eiear. -" v . - , On tho wav to his office Mr. Taylor was amount of affection which it might please escaped, from the sagacity of his be.t, and L.y rare among 1 ar.stau women, who p,s- .... . ' , ii i i.i lpj ovrr :Tm u Tien in tull ilreHU nti.1 :-vc lor the now m- iu --J - - - - ak ot in the wciusion oi innnenso deal u the carpet mcnt of tho household. -ot many uas - " . b n.ittin rwi to J-rcak i " .e men went ; elapsed before I became acquainted with dk-a.t him wh n k , i wer " I-rivato life, if we except an in the way was the reasons, and I assure you, gentle reader, tn J J rV wor. f.,,ra f ,rt, al scar,, ly less wit. no trinket but her finder ring" and a Iraeek t of plain 1 ... . ... . . .. .l-,,r-r I l!i lrf. ... . !r...,i- oi i n-',, lie lias never smcc - cf,,w, n t ie street hv a ta li man wearins? t ie superior urua- w wfiur i u.3 . ., . , .r,, .i vt .k i encire es i.er arm ani sis on John. IMTH, an.. it,UTu,eTh:,te pUccs ! ,n abundance, and daylight on e ;.i . . - , - U ha, ben calculated TOat. who displayed a shield the dumb one lerc a iigm " - " , i ii, whiteness to crct ad.anta. Ct-a, tho toHRApmi. is..,. 11. i bad long dawned when the pry t!;;lt mUs, ,i;iVC IM,do over .six thousand atj pai1 t0 hillli .-Mr. Taykr 1 know all! He bad belonged to Dr. Mosely of, 'j ; bed, within cay reach, is a pile ,.f new-a- Ai: MVJ;,;V STAIfl.I.. : nwdsnoc ty .... dollars cut of the party. .T's arrest broke all0Ut tUs ; that gold dust ia 'queer, (stol- Whitesborough, for many years a prac , " " j, that.rt. cvcr ivt.n rors, new novels in green covers, and bags i and wcund ther wav homeward ni.n, u J thl e WM hCnt to ct0 ftrill rTo bceit watching for it a Ions ing physician in that place, and "Don . l1 "f?r-t.. t nner of suir rk., In hr hand she holds . . J. DA3NTIJaiJ,i them Having m---,f., c- , St f, Of the later history of titl)0 i w t yo r ,.dersan.l thau 1 John h-l earrie-a nis u,--. iv , . 5 T u r;iu.i norr r, wmca n.e to utsarra,,. UUL. ISFOUM TIIK CITIZEN. Ol" gambling. Many o.t-sotne won - jnos f r pHS uothing lut re- 07t belong to any d-d Major's squad ; a bed of death ; and. Ood help him, lire k of t ., hn n J 0 U:0 ai,d rcadj.M her I air in tk-mid-t of the Unx-ng. t,at he Ims opened a now Livery -uf thcm were iudoht.,1 toar-k o , ,,-r m ; (hnt some ; , fr.n th corner of Broome and Elm ; had flown from his hoofs as many tim-s as pr r tha a , ? homble headache which si- V, but wHI. tull stock ot nett we t.roKe- ran!rinI from t.. while the - . . - tl,.,,,.-,!,.! hi, short Iket .ters had dashed aero-s the '-'" "'" i whi h is the pretext of this horizontal and ..comfWtahh. IJugsi,-, Uoui.le tarries ; - institution foui.d that he 'i "''J " . . ""u 1m. " , , . V , " - ... ,1.. il hri.Oe ot heedimr the be tore they hit. : ..,.., S!,. , .1.,....!. is an. I hv co-ie attention to i.usme-M i"o, - them down. d ars out ot that uag ano ns co.ucu.i ,..iuujii. u... - ----- a Thus lived they many years, i nc eoT o...... , , k? : r ..uii. rtro,,-,. ! had made a very hands.mesum out ot the UK ' ...... , ., r J.,irt ... , . ;,7. Mr T-hr ..e.l, ,rn infant's wail that erected his car . ... iu. . f , , . ,. s ,e knows she "hKH wretch- TVI w Stable Horn- and SHh bopei Lansing, Xovcmhcr ", l!"S. turkey raffle, ho having r--' eived a q . . MVrvi Ml! ! from every t-urt!i poo.. LAW ASD 0IIXrEUY P.USIXESS, Lansing j Ho (the sa.d propria . , . . . Jlilll. .1 . ii . Li-iu T -"" - -. , ,l i SO, ITO 1 1 if I ". I i r i - t- x a- Micn. ,. . L.O!i;vear,uu.i.i"-""-j M c-. ' StateofXew York. ' Oihceoverlhtiloy's Rank-, without improving them ; i r- i eiro 5t I ei..Un-i.nt-t ,1 .V. bi't.T o-:o. i young io.a::, an-l ac.tiainl:nc tkmanly i i hi- In t o 1. he was h's friends h;ibit-i, ceu- l :n and F.xrhari2;c efTicc .h h..d ar- rc- Frnm the Christmas eve del.-au- 1 cd from the brains of the party, ti i ccived invitations to attend another sapper ; at tho same place, where a watch, t gt the' '. with ducks, chickens, and turkey-, wor.M ; be again raffled off. On New Year's ere ir.f lsini; thev mot atriin: a-rain thev r'''-h Otlice.it hi-.-s;.!ei.c-eiOi rand, t rect, e v.rt1y d, and again the dice were turow-, ;g.'in astof the Capitol. ', the night and morning was pa-sed m ..run..-- Laasinr, Juno sa. is.v.. j pn debauchery. The nroprieti. r was i h- is ed. and treated his quests wit . . .. i : '. a w in- woomiorss: v m ti.i:ic, i. ! wh t'cr that eyr st of nijht'.y i.:.i: i ine insiuuuo,. m-u io. . . j.' year I ..d bv all ,h. r in hi- tc r-, :.'id :o;nhotes ba I ho.- oi a g-i.rie lc-f;'. lie iJ a fugitive from justie ih rer, with the mark of Chain upon his br w. leaving behind him a loving wife and ;v T.H ehiidren. The h.ry ot Jus k- cping a las: woman tuo writer uoiuas, i-i iiisia.-.ta au. itii-i. nations wi re not of that nature. Of the f..ur bank clerks wh.o nntoeieve- -nnis darini: tl;o winter of ls"t an 1 1- i. lS.Vt el.e is the VOlliiiT U ' .,..,; .... i travelling Hi r.u'o' e, tn-? ?eeo:: i n l l.r Im.l rr,t into a in his o-net eTner. awaiting badsenne. " i'lehad bought' the dust -f pleasuro-n-t that it was the wail for the urrht. 5.11,1 on mnninfr over advent -t a human soul, uoome-i o. sai.e. scrape. Iran ire men, at ni; Mohawk, nrvnjiT T.A?m AfITi TAX AGENTS or rather reverenc ujuiiuiuiu " j r 1 i.AVsi.;.e.i rrr. ok iiciia;.vv. I many tnends. Will fjrn:-ili AVCm?t. .f T tV to K.-at Ktate inlctltam j raffleS WCrC a. Cin-r. ti.I t-n t t t'.- 1 iiTr'.- in I .! -T ' " r? . . i .f- .. ill 1.1 inn t.t I An. .Vt'.vV,!; ,W.i-ninr" i--t . ' IT-fturins l!-1 'f from the forUKT OVstOr a'l 1 Ijal a.il.1 tr Iix--, an t .:l liv- Ofn.-Mi r-uprrTi .im -i to hi: r.-.n- .:l ti. on-'Wl urro-oo j . Kt.. n iort of eloh-roo !) -tr- thnr caw. n-u, 11 ui. .....v f rrt.-Ur '-ot...a cica 'o t. pjni. i w ; tcr a certain hell r 111 tllO CVell Ilg i:-v creel the f Ill 'i nd col CHa f M. weiner. the members were adewt Vrn.wt r.ii5r. Attorn.-v and' rooms n the seciind story. la . h-.-v'-i George A. AriUHtroUff, AtlornfT aim riwr.ii t'u ii- o'.. Counc ilor at L-w, Laa-ng, Micntn. iniw ; tt the games cnangeu ioso, . . - o .. . one d.mr so-ith of the po-t ottice. i isltroduced ; euchre, soven-u;', p:t'-ii-T:vp, PKXSKTrFULLKK- j rcr, vrcre tbw- -n?; -mi!y iT ! ed. ciome few ot tt:e pi.iy v .. i srccEssoas to J. b. ri.oss, at these ou.es, Field being an exvikeV JohhersandR.-,a,ineaiers1:.,allKn.lsof ! euchr r ativl a daring bluilVr. B P I f V P T A T 1 ft T P. TI V. ' .W.kt before alluded to w a .-harn" I il I U II kT I it. A v i. - r.'nvrr 'it n i no trrcLi s, o,-... i.i commencea w:iu a e. -.i..o . was noon in rosscss:on of a superfluity par! V .-.o w. r ty. at A -r tO ii-'"' of pii: ".vh" l y 1- :i.-t'.y- .M' ifXTER ANDTRINTERS FURNISHING HOODS, S"o. -210 JeRerfon Avenue. Uetroit, Mich. ARCHITECT d: DRAUGHTSMAN, tlNSINrt, SIICniOAS, Wil'.famish 1. ins. Speeiticat'ions.in J Estimates in th best stvle ot" work-unship, and designs for Churches,' Court Houses, Hotels, Private :"trellin. c, and will contract to furnh ma terials and h-.ild anrthiac in the line of Building, or saperiitcnd the sum- on reasonable term?. P!eae srive me a call. r . t OI k VO h ! -A rc :. vi: ,--i.nrr no - . u !.- rt,-.ii'd Tw.t heir, thiol-- W rnndir r of year, then die il nis n me rire-Uliiaiiee-a iiu ....... ... . , i man In ; thev would tell airainst him. On the master had acquired fam- as all knew he way towards a station-house tho officer inti- bad " Don .John nr. l ms laure. ... w mated that he misht avoid exposure by set- proud of. ;,i,-l.i, 5,nd finnllv offered to let him Tho D.xHor hal been called to Uiea, on ' 1- .i i i ii.. ...,.:.a. l c,;,l 1..,;.. n,.i,i.eM .1 with his , P-fession. an "O t'T a Itiousaii'i noiiar., wine.. - -. in;uii.- i . .. was tho amount of the reward for the had been absent three days. During hi? ree..verv of the dust. Mr. Taylor at last absence one of those drcmhmg warm. . i- 5co.. 1 .1. .AY..r" 1 .oi ;.T.iu. r-iin had Set III Moillltams ' took the money and let. u before allu- -,fr T.-ivlor then hastened to his office, an-l upon cxaminiriff his dearly -onght re-mure, was a.-toiiishcd to Cud that it con- line's at ai,tpd entirely of bras- fil'mcs and was worth as well it mijht, f-r one i.m-t see a ir 5Vohito!y nothing. A day or two after this occurrence. 5 voung m::n nan ed Bradley, f.-rtneriy a clerk tor Mr. II., called ot, Deputy Svjpoi intend- cr.t t.'arpeiiter, detailed the circumstai.-es o' tho swindle, r.nd asked f.-r ndr.iissk-n to fer ret out the perpetrators. D-.-tectives das. II. MeElrov and This. Houst- ti, wore de tailed to that duty. They Erst ea'led upon Mr. Taylor, and obtained from him a full nnd frank statement of the affair, with a .l.weriV.ti.-.n .a the r.arties cn'Ti'Ted. Anion.' hanging ski thm thev recosmized one "Charley Bat- i ! Li.i'v!NATioN an ExTES- cliff," a wclhknowu rogue, who has served u i "Mtcn;oN- F':vTUt .." a term in one of tho penal institutions, and John" Mirvived his master soii.e ys-ars , a'i.l when the troo l man's will was . pen. d then was found a clause append-d. which nha-j to "Don John" to this affect; that 1 shoii.d ffinn o. l is vouiiL'est dau-ht-l (Mrs ; dly.'" I he visitors naturally hasten to de clare that, on the contrary, -die i "j-erfecIy charming " Madame pretends nttalK-lieve word of the eomplimetitx addressed her, ! tit at tho same time is thoroughly convin ced that thus bolstered and shaded, she is . an lu'i.afe oi Nng Mug on. the thud is 0;ear Field, the he vrih r; ao-i as the writer ance .,vr tk- a shudder oii'j U ftamc c.s he ihioks over in, a.ooi . ,f. MV.'d l.T.d ! in- t,.:i:t;e a from the planned in .f i,.. uri re ru-hllliT down lii sweeping everything before them, overllvw in the banks, carrying away bridges dwcl- irnung matiy ot the jTiti.u.u.ams. shot t.. understand its terrible import-aiiee. hie , l.rtr the crash an-l roar, behold t!io mad wat-r- ru-ning he ..o.rer t..r .i St rilCtloTl. PCll wreck 'a thing cf life,' and lif- as was wicii ! n.n to l is vounircst dauuii. r m.s t ... ..1.1.. .1... I to he ear d f -I i iii i . . it o 1 v- ,.r, 1 rt :rrci-tiblv bowitehing. as he had always done , that h-s.... u l ..i . r hisd-atl, bcbnrkd in his shoe-, w.apped tn, cun i y. ., 1 . . . - i,..t i ..!. h. 5. The L'entleimn ar-i-rovc iho idea of agaif in his own ncii nnnnu, ..-o on. - - . - r . . ,1,iaf i-,,,. wn l.u- i.-riiigwig n.o. .-i.-. m. ... ... ,lv : whilst tliC ladies are un-parmg m their i - r. . i .inwwwi rr ! ..n o in -ri i'1 '. or; i-n f Ui-'lTt-'r ' D JnhnV' hours wore' them-lves the -irt to bit upon the rcfnsh-b-ui-i in a'corn. r of the 11 Mlv I'ury-. ingewtricity ' jn.f Cr, r.nd at Whitebon botiuin" box, iu M.e corner of hi nix!' ..round. His wis! ea were r. ogi .u-iy adlot'2 Vid wil l h ld the fi.-a.ing of many a dwelling often hearing soMoiimos a h'l'n'u! a tew years sk -e n otk-r bar-k eS rk- nm-ng the buir their d.J'a'toations mu-t f.-r they have b-vn j h iney culd not havo e-m : -Xnr York lbr,ihl The wit hi. ho. on- of the ture, it. .lol 01 M-lt Tit th f.in.lj His trade raid mm hetti r tlnn n- j profession. The hardware man was ry I lucky at dice, and one cvecirg he- f und himself in p.)ssessKti ci au.amonu j n . .. j rins, together with a considerable trash, which ho had not when he en'ercd tic rooms. Tho bank clerk-, were genera! y the Ws ers, and it was astonkhin.: how largo s.ca ries they must have receiood A !:un dred dollars or so lost and won at one .-uiii;-w a .h.virrht of liv these exeiiip'arv vcun and it was very aran.-i: of many vcars has boon 1 ng and unfavorably known to , hawn, i c." " .-,, ..t;... The-r seertJiined Batcliff 's once 0 ;r - .i -rir T-ri-o -.1 ,t --"i a in: oju. . e.-.T.Hid,-od in h:s rinht'mind. has recently . whereabouts, and then busied tnereives mast th ho ha City, !wav SehavlkiiL The nihtwas klcy black, and I e picked out toe way tk'hfully and s'-adiiy, .ver stumhlirg. hut with the brdV i s-, A- a.-rr.ss his neck, and hi' n-.se cioe't-ftho "earth, his master had little fear : phcr 1 f ,r cons.,,ne,ieo.-. Thev wore approaching '".r - - ' ... l .1 M v.. . n wine v wh. re a hr:d;io pnnoa r:e -oo- r .-v.. . . J i ..i. . r.u' T:t-,o!r in the rocum in-J "iFf.n jo;;:i n ii.ui'i-.-. '""""J cr twice till a sharp word from his : a pmtusc a ,-r warned him tot ta bhow tho white F11'- tf l Iriskan and , r ..'.-,... t.- N. V- -I-"-' hi t:ii n! "Tin: riMi.. Mt' ,T PI. i l X l- l : " FakTs Arrih II, I -'"... of a well known Parisian ban t, .y :o i k an att. r-jt to revive fl-hk-Iis ot the sevt looe'itii c;et-.- .-sta.li-l.i-tr toudo:r rece; tiopa ot victors, the lady k r-eit being t-e-l One.? a" wor k th.-r.(--re, Ma-hmo V , u'.'-t ,:v:.j ot.t in the Hc rnim: to make pure..:i- lates, and tal;e a urne urns hot."? an-l s to r rl i as if site had le t n:'ht 1 Ore:t care is tal.cn bent P ilot, in which lace plays on.l Jmnort int t art : the 1U-1 '". .... 1 1 nsitc air ot iancior, an MV Bt'HNEIt on hie CaH: -StEALINU a lki i: at thi: B--sor Dcath i:v Fire Or Tho-Tay 'iht, a short time after the ox'-rr tram on the iirtat Western jaii- had l.-tt N i!id-r It irr'r..-ion th" j.assf rgf-rs wire nnnoyed by way Bri ber rait! ii ; fit I! he roq t!i" s o- il . f smoke, as.-t whI was htirning Tk- c j-jduet or, lo. Hawkins endeavor . J toiisever thecaiiw, but did not succeed At 1-nth, however, th; ongii,ecr di-rcov-i r;d a ligiit at the front end of the baggage c:;r. Mid tOfp'd the train to ascertain the can-e. As s.n the (rain stopped, a rvin iijinp'-d to the ground in farm's screaming with p-iin and fright. The sufferer was re lieved as -j cediiy as possiLle from further darker, and j iovedto be pretty badly Lim ed. He was a Poor traveler, who Lad r a nd ' urrn tho forward r-Iatfurm ol the La-gagc which IS narrow, to suai a rcio, hii-j t - t!ie vi- tri,v'i f'At'H A 1j r.r.,'- "v.""... . C R R Ilenot. ! HlCU : acnm, ua-n., ppi-o .s.-; - - tn t!,.,nner in w He i BtSTAXTOX & Tll r AN i . ttenerai oi iue- i.ihj -... - thev accounted lor i.ie r , l On-j of them had received General they aceoui i - . iMtini'Mi. Attorneys large amounts Office at this House. and Counsellors at Law, and Se Allhu Ucitors in Chan- a t.gacy from a dec-'-ascl aunt; aaotner husinesscntrus- j ua r;Zt; in the Delaware lottery: CtrT Iinstn". ..lietinran. teJ to their care will Ik? prompt!? attended to. - ... tn-,rJ amused the company me Office orer FJ' Shoe Store, second infl,rminff them as to the lu k k; JwrNorth of theKO. , j j j thnt VlZ the tiger all C OTCOTT, nd N,rg j 'Jtho partly believed, as a having pe-nnmentlY located in Lansm?, U Ot wniCU. tent, li 1 atten-l to ail eV.'.s in h profession. Othce m , matter cf course, f,r tae, were it .h .a R. Tharer .t 4.'i. Diu- tore. ! overv one of them, and we-a .."t puy wi.a The Coleman Farm Mill. the woMPiva am AiM. ration ok the A'.t- ; n11 collectively, imphr.tiy Ercry rarmor own filler . . j jjvi.laalIv ; o.eir own itself in liilEAT SAVING Ui 'XimaoKJ" . , overv . " . 1 1 . i a man who wouia sreui. A fir nmnsement." was 'T h.ev en!v Play- t'ae ofl-repeatcd u:xao. , . vciovo. VXX- affdrs could n, la-t , .i ti i e.-.r eiri" T.ropstrc-a. it.'-- - .a. .. . . - , , . ... ... ... . c. c .. 1 1.. ih., Athnr c.ie nc Coma nsi exii--" ,- - c i.i . . . io e torr.i ii s ciouam i fjh. uiv iron. Jnennitv . . w th P ans to trap tiH WUteaeraies. .uean- icaiuer. "u " .P,d;in.c H roa n to re- " - . ...7 ... -i:a. - o-lll.l i lvi.il - ' ". I ... .1 1. Wn, t.llirLTOSS TUO. 1.1 lin.u"- - - ;....!- I 1 UTOTO eO'TOIl fjei711IM. U III' 11 i e . : .', r. rU- r-r,..' ie ! sen- wlr.c aothAr oetoctive wno neara som-- u.-.mji-u n - .. i "', - i ti i r Xh"iU Z f -'n' ince L df tb atkiir arreted Batdiff prema-; ving and glimmering lights, and once he j c-uc. , J:!y tgnitc . Thoman reamed f r tV,-V,ri Zer, TinU. as there was not sumcient ; fancied ho heard a shout ; but he little; Naw.I tie d do no: imarinc help, but uid not heard whi e tU ?Z X . L m -f , evco O hold him. Justice Kelly order- i heeded aught save getting hou as n , aW.t to be guilty ! tram X m sh"f Mi hizan Central Lil ! dered his discharge. This came near ; a , nossOde and seeping off tho Lti, ; Lr nUsr-ek. The broker knowing him to i thwarting the plans of the police. At bsl consent ( . !Jfnl vlvj --e to nv own ; Ud chamkr! But ho is, revert!ics ; . tU t ra n Henld ,an C horal " that d.iv.an 1 the came amount to be gold, but had afterwards learned that ; netcc t c.t. n o. Kr,Ul tho ante-hamU;r, the v istor pas.-e. c J i n t r j every dav ftllowitg All he had the road it was Irja After dihg cnywrch McL -. ho JSno into a drawing-roo m. which comm.nica.e $ Jthe tnlL 0ur informant, who .vompkt-Jy in his control. The gentleman roy found this man at a low bouo uy oa Doc or c them ith the bed-chamber. wh-?h is ugh t and Odacto. .tates that ti slocks -tnd bonds immediately hadarew street. Ihs name h.lhnger. Ho ,3. -b The cethpg. waks and 11 1; , W13 taken by Conductor li-ht break upon him ;his customer w3s about years of ago. and bears a .string .f; f.d of their r rev. "Do !f, are f.st.,ned with l!uo l"'"-' t0 the nearest nation from tho inlano. Wi'h tho utmost promptness he ( resemblance to the Jaei of ades The rbk ed v;. oa with heavy cords, frinze. tas .,1s and acce- bo W3, discovered, and there toWatheltoNew York to countermand , officer 'took the old man into 7- 7 ScilUd -cries ef silver-white siu rhe r.cr f - ' dretsed. It wa, his order of the prvi,is day, and was en-; after hbonngwuh b.m ad night, j.cce;kd JJ hand, 3!i,i carpets is entirely made o wiato Umb ?mc Le w T rfo i .v.l to sire himself from pecuniary lo?. : in winning his confidence. He acknowl- trid.eink.) ... ' , , ekia3. jmrortod Iron Persia. T.e far.i ? J residence are . . 1. ' 1.;......, 1 thnt ho hid taken rart in the wmdie, the amtnatsianea mo.. -- -v. .vy Ti. .!. inlaia w;tu tr V -k ' . . .r however, nc zr" M:;ee- iiw-j. r-ou"- . . . .1 t v.:, i.t. ,rfB, -mom r tare is w iiawi- , ..f HrrhnTrr Ij nion. , said they were put up to it by others, that tirrniy tuojgu I.. . - - --'v ( dTHj wilh iv&ry aTad omamenwa wuu - - h the subject , Charley Rateliff and Bradley took him to ; from time S anvh 1 bronze. Each panel in the d-rs is , s. e shown the boue ct a man camea cuaw, a -ua-; aita.e - j jePOr:ited with a siat or puw tralsat:oa WM i4i before CommiHioor he 6tovk op-, factoring jeweller, where wey ppi t.m i V;" .hoh 1 vres Porcc-laiu. in ioiaceotn camtu, C0IT.bef cpoa tvje r,.:urn wm c-t- r "rsfthod i- eral day that they dressed him up use a te oniy u --j, - .,: chilk-h fwrA ihe cunasng au-a i9iai Bpoa tt.e ir?ctuonw tY- . 7 I i,.etu a 1- erai ujy, j . i. 1 ,,-w.fV.e.1 L?a TPck.f.-,r he had ' Ktt.ng cn.w-J ri , ... jj,i k' :-.a h! wife. Ade Watkmt. 4-J shares :mmi and tt as we .e ne ia F - - . . , h. . KT hangings are et wwte ..... r-;- n ion of two iatt .f the Cashier ession of th, bag an-J rre:enaea w p ',10 1"!" - 1 d ouiltci in small liatnonas, au-a :o:e -v - wKo w":tv tLe-r roo.Lcr. Tt of 1 Le esctpe. was a narrow one. The in r.omr.ria with whie r. tWs artie'e i affected, has sine different forms m t rivn he u.spenea asm-.i his madness" 1 y orderins Lis mkuhj tHcwit an.i I , nn-ron cf the tarty a to le purehed :n me name 01 v ev,,u . . -:-rr- , , ,,,tr. : ,rcA i ttir,,u,h area4f3 w,ather. and , an-a ... J tt . . . it o . . win., er a-i inner. iuu im v s . - . 1. t. .. 1 Ka oitf.r ntrner n.i iiil pinee iueu iuc ii j. uiiu. .-.. ' 3- - ... 1 -t.- riTi 1 n'i e 1Z" iNcw York Bank clerk-was not at hisac- ot one o our wa3 b d f r ... . fnVt Iw rf b!a, Price, with Sieve arranged, for sifting Corn j CQ?orncd post. It was a matoT ci s irpr. n.n, V" h, sVid : -proceeds. Towards tae eti Ct tne t-nage t-e 6.rp, . , , Xcdforfam'Wuw. while -prindinp. . . . , n f durill2 ,he past month r had warrat tabi- v of JtU T vrL . . F "Rerinr havir- once been an in- become slower, and once stumbled in the ; era I Price, with lUn, Machine attached, tor - an evening ; ond having h st hy, wft State Trisoi. it waSfeare.l that hind fact. A quick grasp at the briaa., , u.u . ;. - - ,Rarn.iyM(,ur, f , it-Ii -,,-mr,nj sums of money, (the wiiole ei his to have sa rco i.ie t-. ,. t-nU not be received. Tho and a cheery "Easy John-easy s.r . a. a , - wenpure circiurs may u uau, ",,., everv oti" t - n " ana li t ia 1 no:, t,. e-u.c v ...3 .v:..u,vU; - . ",..:r. Vvs res.raadad CU JUS -" --1 " can be seen ia oneration. at the Otne of the j atrat's lc2acy and raucu more.) cv.rv on t..,n , n. ndiess officers then asaia hunted cP and re-arrest- again the carious 'iT:?-X 1 f!f th Venetian 1 -Coleman Farm Mill Company," Tribune Build- j h bt that hft wonM ccrtaimy ecaeavor woaea um ' - hte ; ed KatcliT. and cn Friday last McElroy harl wool, lcey were anw, crowned tXo:: Spruce., X Y.', where all orders bat bour ij. Bradley , ial neighed, and tsel his head U tut . e. ... i!mVe Prom MARTIXTDATCHER, Sec 'passed away, and he camet. The game, . th,3 kind ct lo,e ir.j y ounterpane is an ; -., I . . Totirii-er fire years 5 around, with rorf, The oHer of the Cmirnissiaer wa tht milted ut-jU wad- the o'.ier chT.4 bfre from all nrji7 1 L WniiLns and that tie ycusger child remain around which cur- folds, in imitation i chambers painted by by four tufts t with iti mother. They were wg Mi v u dren, and coTili b-u win tie eympa'-hy aai pay ( ( a 1 who w-mei3ii the eri Jcace of the uaha? Py Lft which their parenM have lived. 0w Arr.rriran.