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MIS fill k pj: IS I) i.e. VTtOttXr.YK ASH C',rN-.I.L'RS AT LAW, lmtH, IVu-ioo Odd fife mm4 I. lie lutmatirt? Aco'", Inrtuwr, JWuuiiigWB Cimidr, Vcrmniit. a.k lrj, tO II. I'hl.t Itl.R. J. S. OS. MAN, M. I)., 1A(TKIN(i I IHM' IS AM) t( M MlKinbUR, Vt. O. L. AMES. M. n.. Ut. r X AiJIM Il Vil IKVALTi I'lK- fcliNS, (Jliice 8 ikiruli.l tliu fi- ! Cliur. li. Factory I'uinl, June 7 c. k. on vis, H'fcdKON l.:SlIbT, Man! ) maul. O.'.cr, in. I.. D. COV, IK li'Mitt and hoo 1 l' r mn.'i of Cuu- llonal riuirvh. e. u. m;rton. A TTOSVKV ASH dH NKI.l.OR AT fnam th CWt II.UM. IT. K. roWI.EK. TTUKM.V AT LAW, ami l ire ami Life ' aiurane Ait, Matu'liroiar, VrTimii.t, lUTI.KIi A V I IF, EL EH, 4 TTOI.KV.VS ANI H Nsn.l.OKS AT ilk La. Jaiiiaira, Vt'inn nt. M. m tUK. M. 11 WUfFll l! "IT-ANDKRI IP'S HUT1L. TKia Urjr o.tnb f iia'ia I H 'Ul ci'titimira a''i ft 1 10 Miom niiai"(i f llie tnivclniir pnl'lic. I'nr tlratar at lntiB (jivwi to UviriliT" iVmn tiliruaa lorinj ilia tuiimuT mi.iilln. i li iiv kI- nutgr liillirrtii lilmraliy caUUiieJ i n.-jtct fail airiwivrii . .. . m. Tati'KM'i, l'i"-nt Tr. i fi iiin !u n m- ta Ua- riiib'T, f w ppi miiiii nt ir U mis.-, aai(ira. 1 lu Hiii. hmrinc Infii fvi' r.iiv Wiaail,M U"r til wwl ri.i,iiiiihuiii in llie Mala, ao'l ia farinlii ill) Ilia lalwl cumf..rti' a J (uvauiaDcei. tVr liifur.iiutiou il tu rot ms, Jidraa r. B.OBVIa, Af.t NT. 'ACTOUY fill V I 110 TIL, Kaci..rv I'.ilnt Iff t'aTic to and fii'tr, tliu 1'ifiol. )BAIT'S HO nil., ly .1. F. Sri'iii'ARii, mm: clabf.voxt jiam TACTtritisc J I'linrttT, K. I.. lifMiai'l', Aprnt. nian U far I u rara of l'ar anil i'laiks, Juli t'rinUr ainl Uiutlnra. and Ii'iImoc Pookflk'r nml A la I in I; art, t'lar .'nt, N. li. 47 AMA1CA tfcAIIini CO MT A. NY mmiii- lb fciew f utr'an ! irs'!p. AH wsk mnUiJ. Trleaa to mit !m liiri. Ordr anlirilcii. L. . l A.l H, AUIKKT, JAMAICA, T. 1lCK MITTKVS ASI CLOVKS, manu J) fax ttlta t ai.a mlj fcy r, i iki'tl, AbltT, - WA II in '11:. "I tSEK.U. TATI'T W VHI;MOXT, M l"r lr 1 ."us r. !..! t:r.T?. Dr. M A UK It AI.IH HEiOiCH AND CtTlRRH SXL'EF, hut H'rvuf !. ! v 4 )1 t i Htr U -t r. in ir Cold in the Hend. It fNt, '. ! nil iVt , !t.(r3,tTr.:''. " 1 fc rfti tt! BV! ft h H' ti.R t.i tn.- j. art 7 ti, ft nmmn- n 1m t.j- ;njiir t-f I. j l i r , t'l s 1 , ftntm! ufU.R ? erf V'N t-f Ir-.(;s.' . ht.u.i: sotm r.. THE !Ma aait tiana M'tl Tit)i-9A a al I atf-iurjr IS' i.i.r-.ai.i-!a' i l n vri Jtik ail laa 1r'fc ana t l!&a-i ai. -f H . t Ta)iaii, atlt ra a fe-:i..; tar ra-lr laiai Tawila) a. Tltruaiiftraatiil Mtirla t- -.r ri'alaf It a . Ira. k'-tar a V. EiUia. "A.4 aira4r aa4 Frt4v. tc.ar-rr1a I ' w'rl. k f a uaia a Mata af aaM 4n a. . A. i ALrjX. fU-ry Mat, Ja . Ira. 11 AttCI.UiE CtlPK. Tc sc Guisat A'. I HVtl'4'H.H it A'(.B(.(..vTVt'r4 ova Iwiif- i - I'nti; lf!!ruVtT l.-r Mamaai twnm.t at tbflaa to marry, bi-ib kt)i twii. Iii wy t'.';,f .Vr.ir th plj-rt.tw.y r an. i-,a1turj . f our iha! rt- U-m, aii Ui juv.-jtari -a -jf jacri;.-,?i . t U cfT j fHit-jf, iiw.a vi.f a:; !i,a nr a.vm-iir rtr rw'..rf rva m Itw Kt..tis r kt.ar. t-v . Yot-aa, M. I. Tt. la:. a Tainai.1 t.ui iilfi!r: Il r'U m r ij.n J. pa( . 0 furiaS rr."r. And j, , :ru-.i " iii. i aar .J. vi ut aaa.ftJM ffstr'an'.. An Wii' Isiarr r l -r-..j.i t. ,- .-' !, tl ; a aiiimw. mail hvai li. Waul i i-i.,tirtil u tout - i 4 itfr, !s.ni! 1 'It 1'iAt IlilliM Mai a u a ..4 ti.x III" fc'.i'-wt ti.r W.., l',i- its-', 1 ' Im. W k ..., . Ii i-i.r-1.. I t. a-.. . i...li..l. 1: ..-.,, I' i" '.i 111111 f-i t 1 ' " IrC it .. ! . . ,.. ; '. , !. ia . I i l-' :vT.. i fi -ri-! kit Awot. T! . i a!'. V ! i 14 HTO.LS! .STCUi. mutl Iiy Ac it T 111 E rrl -mJil lu' .rT. tha i lc H.i r Trie olive nix Alien ri'Mf the avn1:rf of i 1tu .t tntprfiv,'. p lit Iti- riiEifiuturlurt ri linvt- run ' n.kli g i tffrrl f'. Ik Hi". Wf harr Ih.m of J.n c , r-.tf, j V sri Tnkr K'ttlvti T"., wtit m aflfmut k. rxiir. ti.1 IM i'luarv C" ft.II civlnd r i-ihut U: ! U " l t alov In iinrki t Ibat U arraul l In in to fir aalUfa. ilna ur to aalr, I'ii htUfri i-wfcaafr-.LgtlKwLcru. Wa ha Ami IL KMI'IKK KTATK, !!.. THE URCECVEK COOK STOVE HENRYCLJY, lltrrv aura, t.Ui w.lii :;.! aitLuiit la.r.4r ai.l U..t 1. t H!. oTwbl'-fe arf t. .'!! kr own u f.m ciufj lv tn liit U uuy UitlTt m't frimi ua. Tbo Air Tiht Btoves, Hearth Ston f"ur Hou&e KoejMiT, Duwalr.ia, The EvatJ Orea Cultivator, tvu ultra. To tli "Xs alio want rb'Br nUivfntlifos I ! I e ftrtinil V url i !! am! af ! mj tuv In Hiarki L ftFLcn, Ptfita cccx had bcxstoves ' '" "iil alv3r fr-itti lli.;r--a!i- Ci.Jkul COPPER, jTIN And Sheet Iron Ware, i"l fh ,il K;:ir im tiii, (t, t.uve ar ciitni'Ti nt U'. il !o mah-rla!, i.t innalhl)! uil prlcn, A lare ml wIt M.-cuM aw.fi in. ni MtipaitrH cl Tin, 4I::ns and Vioah n Ware, alwaj .m ban l 1MXM I'Sfr'im tlir U- iiisriufictiirirt,(if v- rlci t. Xjut I 'i j 1 tro huh, mk! In lort. a fu-I ftftiiniiM-iit I urtiriv umihI'. fi.cn'l In .nl:.l ;ii!.iii. i.ii of tl kn., f..r aat tli. a.. All kiiiln f JOB WOlJK In "r Uim il..t,u lu a jrf;li.ati!il.r mntiu. r. I (u-h I'liJ If.T I'lt'iIl. r'B I'nr U r. Thankful to our fri. inU f..r thu ry HUral I'luiHirai.-riiii ii?! fur ri-,:. Iv, f, wi linjir, t atrtt all nti T. tu our timlti. ks, Ui limit a cuiitinusur o Ihi ir fiivor. s. ii. a ii. n. vorKu. ri 6iry ruint, April in, i-w. 14H nmVS STORK, EastI5omt, l 111! Ki't.MI A LAI'.t.b A.SOUTMKT Of mix noons, GUOCKIklKS, PJiOVlSIONS, tlx1., tSrc, etc. . "H 01:CK TL'TTLE, Ia DtrnLJVl, IS. T it - j r?'IfMi IVTI R AT AM llr. 3l 1'in S t t 'I i"i i ..l tiacjii ill V , i-.r I S" :. at 4.-! '. .Ut nt- ui ,,..- 14 ' . l I , '.-..i '.I a Hk ,'' r " n. ft '' ' " i..i .-:' i i ..ii.it' ttr-utiei.s Oaf--. ! . v''-W-ka. '-: 1 V rdfSri i. i kliVI ZzjeeSjJ I kill ,i , r.- i f s. V-.-i i-' f ' 3 vnu-, t:. Cir f f tu li v ll'i t.w i 'i : : i' Ct!.l'r ri8T !-RluNS OBI r,I or HI!. CITl CANALS AMI i'i;ii.rs. Tl ''- l .- .-!.., f IV It l' k t in tl.. 4! ! r ,a Ik- :l ) t r ' . 1 I... I tit'L- i f l-r j 1, t i. t r ii-. I-.''. ' a. a At i A ni , ' - ,-U- l ir. a a . V .a-., k . i. 1 I. t'-:t.4 . r. u 1 no fr,. i . -M.J fc'.i-aii.if Aa lii'-a ;. ; .r f -. r ; -- n : .'.Ui'. n-, I , i i . I. -l...t it U- r;r'.'. H lU'i i.i art, t. '. a.U. I... ,n i.-.-.i r. So Mug Honors &f lie cii'i.rf; j ".. m ice, 6ti4 so must feel T ry tnitifc miuJ in tltt fiirau circuinn'.atuxs.--Tfce pot'l lia-J one ulrantage a ii re ij'tfi ll.e jiocii;nl -lrnciit in tLat lie and tlit u.tn cl his time cou'J enter Vt'nice only in a Luat ; wlit-rcis we ruh iiitj the ci!y in a railn a i train. I!ut i' rltiij s tin: prc-i i.t ntraiigvir.'-t't is as cur:oiii m (lm old ouc w .i. As you r'.uch ti t' city, joa arca-toii-i.-ht-J lo fil.tl tho raw rur;:iin, im it Bj-pcar,, on the Tcry w.itur. You ob serve an oj en 8 .a on your si le of ilic cur ; vuu at once iook out from the other Mtli; imJ liaJ oiily at .riLe:c. l uu low cr Hie hi.mi hu Uirut your Lead out in a.-toiiLshnit n(, a eager as Noah' dove did Away in the distance gleam tie city lamps 5 towers, domes and crowded chimney tups li; along the sky, but all sei.m to b ! a iioating dream. Yet the car wheels trundle you along, and ou feel the (solid eaith aiwerinj; to their roll. All this hap pened before jou thought of it, while you were claiming with your friendd ; and now the whole party begin to wo'i der what has becotac of the land ; or when we launched upon tho sea w ether we aiu on soundings or off; whether we are sainta'or witches, thus to ride upon the sea as upon the solid laud. While we ara Jebat'.iw these things the train 1ms entered the sia; ion. Au- !'n n (if'i 14 ullii tm iii'.Tj -1 n Ti i.ft In? ... ....c..,.r their sides aro standing round, while the f -jeans, or bagage men, open the dn,is and point you tho way to Had the 'Oirnibus." Your ears catch the laiui!ir noid cui.'iihuf, ;u:d you are at one'! convinced that you are neith er lloatir.;' nor di;amiiir, sii.ee the UiO'h; (t cunvoyaiice be! to terra niany liinia. li:t us you illlow th sion of porters, n.'sin thiou apaiiiiu iiSs, y.iU area', once donfound td to find yoiii.- lf aire.-ted by water. Your luiir.'iii in mowed in a boat, and JOUr OHUlibua rtrovt'A l I" hi,i "lll'n n goinlola as you i-aw in the Cenrlal I'ark tin; last tiiiitt vou wull.ed by tlie lake. And now away you j!id, won dering where, allocs this wi.le ennar, several hundred feet in width- then suddenly shooting into a narrow street of WMtt-r, you see liouses rising four and live ttori s highi riht out of the water, and so close that you could reach acioss the passage with an oar; here too iiru sharp cornei s around which you turn, as you would pass the coiner of a block in JS'ew York, liie gondolier utieiing a musical shout to warn any approaching hunt. It is eleven o'clock at night i all is as still as the tomb : you hear no footfall no rumbling carriage no busy sounds of any kind. The dipping of au oar,l he gentle gurgle of ripples under tha bow, the gondolier's shout nt the turnings----these are all sounds yju hear. You are amazed to turu so many cor ners, and you wonder how the boat men find their way, or if they are re ally lost, or if this tan possibly be the way to a real hotel where a hungry man can find supper and a weary one a bed. But all things end, and so does your bout ride, as you lind your gon dola alongside of a handsome marble staircase. Half a dozen gentlemanly officials of the hotel are waiting to re- cieve you. iou enter a spacious liall in the Hotel IJarbeai, and betore an hour is past you feel yourself at home in Venice. I hear a dozen readers askinj how this i., and how were men ever led to buiid houses and palaces, and "all the structures of a busy city, in a place so vtry wet. l ei haps 1 may hs well answer this questien at the outset. tmce owes Us exirtenctas a ajty tti the fugitives who, on the invasion of Italy by At ilia, sought suft-iy from ihe swords ot the Iiuns among the is lands of iLis region. ' At ihe extrem ity of the Guli," says Gibbon, "where the Adriatic feebly imitates the tides of the ocaan, near a hundred smali.is. lands are separated by shallow water from the continent, and protected fretu the waves by several long tdips of land, which admit the entrance of ves sels through some secret and narrow channels." The shore of the Adriatic St a, all the way from the rjver Aidge to the Piaf, was originally cut by j many streams whose broad mouths, j clu.-tered together along the coast, j have received tho wash and delta of ' j the country for centuries. The aecu-! i luui-t.iou ot sanu auu earui mas uro t i . I 3 . 1 . . I , -. di n,fonned elu-derj of lahtnd-:, some of tLoni L,rpe and fornitd of soli J land ai d otheis barely itnible at b'W wat er, (ih tide varies oniy ab-mi tiiiee feet here), ar.d others always below i the surfa; e. Some of these itlands were cccupi-i j e i sn ttie r.ist ipjarier ot the Ltth een s jiur. TLi. o niti. on i l i w ere made ; fridfr lh p! '.(.! e,;i of !!, f.t ijabar ' Itg Cm tea ; bo COJlt'ine'it, H'U'tUZ 1 - t.ii U r-; Pit '. 4 ir- i-1 t re over; A-sv.i't L I . ji J 1 th 'J Lt tv 1 . liiia iu the year -St.', wht-Q the e, Ut jj.'ratc-r jit'uri:,Lij Un s.i ; t;ivi f. in-y t-i r"?"f a r n rrv :'.!,hi L..-!i lit' 1rtr.,.n X.w'Vnk I M.J Nv.''V. ' rri we Jrt-arr iaaciof Mill rrur li. f--!y ! i (!.(. 1 t.Lin li" a f.-w ' t !owi r, ..:! nt :!,r. ' I with iliW exce ium, Lowt-vcr, il.at tin VeTic'i.tn l.iuf.i1 i vmr-font'y f sten- -iura!o it (roi!it!:e AJriaiuan.! I ria a SM'urc 1 1 tukw-tcr iruin il;e it Ii-ni f f .lie . Tlie tally ft!U'r luilt l!rt, no Joiitit. -upun tie LLrlicr h- liiuJ. uliitli wet a iikri firm arjj ilry.j A Uicir iH'Usc. niiiui i t a, im-r tint- uia'.iy occupied fc'llbe aiea which was above water, afier which the citycf n!d I.e extended only by redeeming land from the ahaltuaHa atljuiiiiiis. Tl.a. by degrees and under the ktiniiilus o! i co nun ree, eiiice gre t y bo tho sreat and powerful and splendid city that it was in the day s of the lu p'ib'i,?. I am told thai the foundations of alo-ie and wooden piles which underlie the V t'lie.uait piiiaotM, were lai'i at enor mous expense, 1 have heard some flguies mciiliolied. to rcprcent this cost, but lin y an-, t-o largn that I am afraid to ou.'le tin m. Venice is di vided into two iineipial pans by the Grand Cauul, the course of which through ihe eiiy follows the form of the leiser S. This broad canal is three hundred feet wide, and it is crossed near its middle by the famou Kialto bridge, a splendid marble structure ot one spacious arch of more than ninety feet. This remarkable bridr;o was begun nearly three hundred years ago, and so solidly was it built that il Hands to-day as lirni as could be de sired. The bridge is twenty-four feet above the water, and aeventy-two fen' wide. It is divided lengtiiw se into five parts, alTording three slrCi ti or passa ges, find two i ows of shops, l.-i ih'. be -t days of'Vtnice ihu liidg; w.i. 8 thron ged with passengers, that there was hardly any hour, of this day when you eoull get along without at'y diific ilty. The aiea between the bends of lite Grand Canal, and on every side of it, is cut up iiito narrower canals and s'.ieeis. The great buildings, public. ol'kes, everything re presenting wealih, are placed oil the caUais, with access ia the rear lo ihu narrow passages of pavement which are called si reels. '1 he.-e pAoia;; at'o exceedingly nar- rOtf and close; but ihey are l.ai'd with shops, which are aecys.-tbio, of course, lo pede.-triaus. In fact, one . n. ,.,. . Lirp-a portion of the town through tliCie oneSl.,, oiilsSIn,, tho canals by bridges, which are met with so constantly that Veuiee might hu c.alh'd a citv of brid 'es. '1 lie jtt - - -o--- - - lrp iti'.u-lv f i v .j. Ji niidiv.l fit' I Item. ll.il whoever goes on solid ground iu VV-n- ice must go on foot, for there are no horses or- carriages, and no streets wide enough for iheru to pas. The gondola is ihe great institution of Ve nice. There are more than four thou sand of these graceful boats. They are very luxurious m their cushioned and covered stats, and I can fancy no mortal who seems more contented than gentlemen who are gliding along in their gondolas,leaning back on theii seats lei.-urely smoking their cigars. There are no wells in Venice, ex cept two or three experiments of the Arteciun sort. -But these were ren dered useless by gases whiehuiingled with the water. The fresh waier which is used in Venice is brought from the neighboringmaiulaud in boats and then pumped into vast cisterns built under the public courts. These courts, or little square, are arranged so as lo throw water towaid the Cen tre, so that rain water is collected, and this, as well as the water brought, in boats, is passed through eiiounout fil ters under the pavement. m These cis terns are open to the public at ce-itain fixed hours, during which you will see crowds of women with copper kettles, supplying themselves. Thoso who neglect their opportunities when the wells are opened, have to put up wiih a dry lea-kettle till tho hour of water Caires round again. A person of an' observing turn of mind, 'if he l as rede through a coun try town, has noticed how curious youngsters along the route wid fill thy J wm.A.iws w.i ii nuxioos laees, i oner i to get a glimp-e at t.ie pa-sera by. j Our friend Jonathan, a peddiar, drove ! up in front of a Lou.i one day, and ; seeing all hands and the cook from ' tl. e w indow, got otr from his tart, nnd , e following dialogue took place with th the man of the house : Jvnallnn. Has there Lecn a fune ral here lately ? ( Man ctftft" louse. Xo, why ? JoiKi'ftan I easy there was one pane of glass that didn't have a head l',e "WYoa kail better 't avc Masted cpuuk, or there will be a funeral. A Hi Ft 'A as to Inslke. Bra ateau . . . . J at t-.xpiusou en a Western river, into t! icrtib, a I a-' e;"-r wa thrown onb-tit i v. ater, and at oaa-,' sit ui k ct 1 r !: all .e seore, i .. .' ; ., i i r . ' i e a "--Z . ... . "-.i I.C l'i.., . i i . . ' . . . '. , , ii.e nore it:ui".i ijn.au.-;' !, tnii was ' caught by a b; tat.d. r a:.d Jiaaa out periling. Weil, oil fe ow, l .-nd. id a bard time, b?" said bi i. ' 'r y.-yc ?, "7. Va"i't lelty bard, con-aler- ! if : ( -r ii.v - :., -,' f,; one oi'ih.m' a .' - v ".v. '- -4-r' Y-.aL. G'-t i:y I'.'t; a.,'l I wai.ted t a 1 -i iu'k eaft-' ' ' ! J-'i re l:u iubi r ti at t!i nrr t, Lctwet ii ItTU Siirnj 1-11 li.i? M..i.. ; i., i ,in 1 i:i7, 73 trnJ ',.),"ii the uiid J ii.TJjiicJ l.y l.ai;!:oH)ir link ; luiilia-i, u flubby-kiiLi).;.', luii.t.';!., tt.ttVfi-llHiI ri.t-li. It ll IK.'i ..;(' i f n !it rnuir 1 tin r 1 v H.iinj u ii '. I leiiina:t, -.M.ty-r, a LuuA Aiji-ii-jryO.'iici'. T!,' rmriis w,'tc l'i iiy !u .! ty a crazy ! Hiking !:,; i iy , i, t!,(. I't-nlsJi', uj which iiwiit) cur win! ,. )ltl.Lj it HilCOIIi icir U IHiilU I 'lll 'V M.Tls. it cuiimiii that wit Liu u .t ! a 'law shi,i' Lep.t by llnrh Kw'ng, iholfiiH f.w.iig, jr., H . T. .Shi ri'i in, and Duniel llct'ook. 'J"h' i-e i vn.-iitu-led ll.e'hrm krowa Lire in ll.e iinly n-'vt of '5D as E'vng, ,SIe r;n.i!i aid iM.fook, Ail were eompaiativfiy young mer Ail wern amhitiuus ; the one who has gained tfm greatest fa in.'! p'-rhaps, the le:e! SO of the tlcsociated lawyers. The Kwlnj's had tlil; aJ. vantage t-f high cultan-, i.a.n-i,;. m!,!. nu'ural nbiliiie-i, tdi, impa-.rivis t'.-m-peralli'-.iits, and a powrrii.I family in- l'.uet.ce tOtoidrh'-irasipiratfen-!. liu;;li I'lVi'ngwas but litilt known hereahout, though acknowledged to be a brilliant and vcr.-ntilo fiiius ly his intimates. "Young Tom," as the other scion is familiarly called, has always bctn a promim i:t and iofluential man. The third member of the Cnn foi.i to-day one of the proudest pages in the history of our land. His n.ieie and fame take rank with the greatest of earth. All conspire to do him hon or. Aliens bow Vi his genius, ami n emiea show the extent of their f. ars cf i'.s power, by the virulence of ihHr hiUo and it-j manifestations. ,W. T. Sherinan r.ever lin.-.IeJ in our public ttilairs. He lived aiaonu us for fev eral months, having "o eoine landed in- teresls hero. An outlying part cf our city plat ii marked on the maps as "bhernian'i addition." 1 Prior to en tering upon the practice of law in this city, lie hve l for somj time in the vi cinity of Topi ku, upon a farm of ICO acres, which we belie vu he still owns. His neighbors teil of his abrupt man ners ; reserved, yet forcible speech and character. Previous to ieiiJing in Kansas, SJicruiati Lad lived in Cal atornia, where, as a miner, banker and lawyer, he n.alo aad La a lagc for tune. A ;;ra dilute of V,7.st Point, he had previouoly mission in the ei held a Captaiu's eoin Topogi'apliival .Engi neer Corps, and, in pursuance of duly hid mnihi seveiiil inw "' i- c nrvej - and cxtiloraiK.. tl.. renortsof w hich had been duly published by Govern ment. They relate principally to the routes fur the Pacilic lailn.ud. The fourth member of the firm, Daniel JMcCook, was known and ap preciated here by the fraternity, as one of the best of -'good fellows." lie young, active, ardent, nn intense part san, and ambili'-us wight, who held the tolerable good opinion of his own capacity common to tho 'pin-feather' state of the genus homo. 'Dan' prac ticed lavv before tho lower courts, do- lug the justice and probate ; and al ways having plenty of woik in the United States bintiict Court, which was often the scene of amusing spar ring bmween Lim and the judge the ablo but indecent Petit whoso judge ments was in the habit of freely crit cising. All the firm were Uuckneys the Ewirigs being sons of the able and venerable Hon. Thomas Ewing.of that State. Sherman js connected with ihcnu by marriage, being a brother to Mrs. Thomas Kwing, Jr., we believe. He is a brother of Senator Sherman. MeCook belonged to the since famous 'fighting' family of that narrw. His father was the" well known Maj. Me Cook, killed in the Ohio Mortran raid. One brother was killed at the first bat tle of Bull Bun. Another was the Biigalier General MCook, murder ed by the guerillas. La Southern Ken tucky. Ann; Inr, brother or uncle, we know not which, is the ft:io.,us Major (reneral MeCook f the Armies ot the Cumbeib'.nd ari'l i eiinrieee. In politics tha firm was une.juniiy proportioned Tlionias Kwirgjr., be- j il. a con,-ei vii ve Jie'iUtjIicati. v,L! u brilher Hugh, ,Sli-rman mid Cook wen; ail Democrats, the latter i t ii urth i'.i being a-i active !oc:d politician, ar,datiir- H was afterward .rotimtJ one i.n.e elected probate ju !ge of this! county. The eiiy Leing then largely j IJemoeiatie and son... what hm.iJ,.,. .e liim pu-sci-' d com id.-rabie inllu-1 . pee. ' A good story is told of Slicrtnan's ; experience as a counsel, and of his dis folulian of partnership to take the po sition held by him when the war broke out that of President of (Jit: Military College of Louisiana. While in the practice of the liw here, ftheirnaii was coneuiiing part ner, having an almoM insurmountable objebiioii to pleading in Court. He in nceor-Je I t;;e- r s-iiit), lis a lawyr-r Ige of J-'gal jiiiii : p'-i ct. pti'.n of I he V'.'Jvt 'I ill 3. y ,;-.', hi j -v. , ia ! c'r;.;.,. ,.f aii f ti.oro,!gh fti.'.irt 1 r e.enr lo- '.i'CS ii:.'l e.. li,; veuM jae er.t' m.'M tt.iia t i." :.: -r',A:.", yU ;.! :v t, eura'cj ia t , form. I le i ;io "01 In:, y titifcit ::s the i , aj'.t.ontn Bat to return to ,or etf.ry. .Shari 1 ly af t-r i'i r c i-tio-i of jhe .,;!' -r of the ,-x er'e.ir of J-' :.i-i .ras, in i.i'iou t il-e :!, ;, Vin:r.'.':'in v a e..;t,(a 4!- d 'u s-; j e.r I 1 f.-e ti.e PiibMCij!: ig--brP:.-r, i b"iievv. The other I " "' m "!': liiej oiieiaiiiiu, ny with f is net!, fir tries ar, U th ea-e til t of were bu-v, and : li. 4 j r. i: ri.. N.-.m. ; I l'i f ! 1 : Ii j :.' I ' .-A ( u !: t" i fi j.'-.:, - t ir.i! t-i' .! : r.. ' haHi nl y "it..:ii. v ..! .,',1 .. il a n;iy v,!.:!i (ii-.".i-li.' ; it.:, 'A, a i,: ,J s . I ;,.,! . II f . i. - i' 1 r. j 1 v, I ;.rt, .:,! J.- th.'lt !.' Yvull I. (' ! (..;!, i. f ... t c to t.l i.t.cr r h,i t Jo :th '.iv ia tl.ii. Stn li'-' I i I . wa.! 1 hat d. o.-y :, fit j ;:i a 1 1 v 1 1 r-:;iu w..- on Us v..iv lo a '' "f for.;." ni al ( l-l.,,. iii d ( C-l.'pati..ii. The war f.-mii l hint ia I.oui. iai .n, an,; i:iui-pil,' tif lu, i,!',i.g i.tosiaurv "I Vv ini'i:-, f.uad kirn aa n-e an 1 Je ' d l :!i ;'.:. We lac; him In r". an 1 ih.uigh but dihsly ueipia'Dit d, 1 nve la memliertd ever i tin e t'esnuet .( red ! i be h ft on f to our j our mu . Jle , i 1 r "ii n- tiii; nii'Nt n."i.iik.il,h' telh elanl i ib.)aa".a"it (,f fo.-ee it had been our fuMi'tie lo encounter. Om-y ii'ce we nn t him, in our l!m itt ie Coiin'Jt, a ben- he liad t-oaininnd ei th ribt wlrtr of l!u!lta-k's magi.iti cenl army. The s..ijc in j i e.-;.i, u w,. given tlx-n, een.hined with ihe i.b a of nervous vitality, angularity of chatac ter, and intense deeouon to what )m had in hand. Si.err.iiui is truly na idealist, even unto fanalaei.-ni. He outlines himself io onj in:iiiory as a man of mid. lie stature, uervou.-i, mus cular frame, with o long ke. n head, f.harply de-fined from the fo, elnadand back of the car.i. His eyes have, a bluiah-gray cast, and an inirovi itod look, but full ot smoul ji ring fii e. His tr.o'ith id eharp and well cut ; the low-.'l- part of the face powerful, though not heavy. His complexion fair, hair and bcatd of a sandy red, atryuht, shoit and stiou.'. His u rnnerament is nervous-sanguine, and he is full of crotchets and prcjui ires, which, la. ever, never stand in tho way of prac tical rttults. Tho idea, or rather ob ject, which rubs him for the time, overrides every thing else. Bound the mouth wo remember a gleam of sat urnine humor, and in the eyes a look' of kindliness which would attract to l.iiu the caresses of children. Such aro the impressions left on eur mind by lite only military ciluea- tod i;ii ti.ber of litis legal quartette: a:l of whi m have held coiuinijtions as Generals in our army. IlyiU Kwing went early into the war, aj Colonel ( f mi Ohio regiment, to which State he had returned before the rebellion. H wu suon promoted to Rp'vui 'ii-i'tl'Sp 1! iiue. aijjveU honorably tliioiih mot of the cam paigns in the central south, and is now we believe in Kentucky. . Dan Me Cook's name has passed in to history as one of the most gannir young lives offered as a saerauVe to secure American "nationality. lie was, we think, the second Captain mustered in from this State, in the 1st KansasVeterans, as early as the be ginning of May, '01. He was all through its famous Missouri campaign under Lyon. lis friends here re member the jubilant expression to which his ambition gave vent when he first left for the field : "Here's for a Colonel's epaulets or. a soldier's gravy." He knew not how prophetic was the utterance. He won the first and more, nd the latter is now his lasting 'inheritance of fame. After the regiment returned to Kansas, in tho fall of 18(31, Captain iJan was placed on staff duty, we believe, with one of the Generals MeCook, then in Kentucky. Soon after be wa pros trated with sickness. On recovering be raised and commanded the 52d Ohio. For a long time he was act ing Brigadier, participating through all Eosencraa's famous campaigns in Tennessee. He was wounded, and after promotion as n Brigadier, t dar ned to Ohio sick, where he died. ."A', linn Tim;;liii f. iiiiU ;,!: i'ht. l''"'tit tiiivlriilii l y liin i-iia. itvir; L' i liiiu m i l- in ) urn !i!)it, b!i' p fi.n v.-r uml f.rvi r." The remaining im-mber of the firm Gen- Thi.inas Kwing, jr., is too well known to need pirti ubti'jgi.ig .by us. 'I'Le war found b!uiotjr Chief Justice, In Ihu summer i. f he resigned, raised the I hit Ei glaiei.t, became its Cloiivl,au.l participated in ail th u- Mc-!.'rfe's th Army t no Iron- t"-.r, 'luring the f ailow 'fall ami win-1 . I Brigadieii-hij-., and has., luce been! iu command of the Vi"clcrii Mi.iouii! and Ea.t.s District, w l.en-'n ).,. u a.. ! l popular. He h ts f-,r over a car i l e;i iu eo.nman l of tie; District (,f I S.,uth - ea.t M;.-."nri, with St. Loai., j heado'iartc-M, v.la'c be is tateaibu .- 1 His nreioiinteil a niiiiim;r;,i.n. t,i!in, comes into i!av iheie. The t'eb iirc- c f, and retreat from, Pi!,,: Knob, Ju-j ring the late campaign, ref!;et great j credit upon his skill "and courage m a ! soldier. j Trikirg it all ry firm, of w h'n tije- r.-tt.doin n roumiksibie pro the b grd mdita-1 ave l ei n giv ii.g one of t'.c 11 e-'. ils o! ! Of !' i.att.ny . at lii-an , ,1 at .t i r.tci at;.-: a iar;p-":r, if at ib-i; w..r, f: 1 ia ( : " ' a. i. .. v, t 1,1 What a -1 Ei-Uiiit .Mi-.;! V. I. A- V Elia-cii,; -.. li.e 4- a-o .p'ii -..-fi' hi fM.ii't.) lifyti 'h'n f Haw: of lb, I h-Va-iC, --ti u p m t r fi au." mad t! aocl to ' 1 J.. v. hat he 1 not left abouid T.'.w- l i en if j,., b, Loni'; and .;; Jin e'ii.'i.,: Ye or (,'; i'- oofid wo'jhl l a n.r, W.tii le. i'k as the ai . 'v- .1 i-tal art :.nd ha ri and face fr ; !- -. H(T at b! h.ie te V. l!.. I t;i the f;,rtn il f " i- ..xt l,m iuf' f'. 't rr it ! I iki-ii inr .iy ih At t !..- ! a i ;! ni.d a w !a. n' a- '. t" y, cr theieaf,ut, .1 t.v ( - in to pay m'ii tttiott h f.'her var;h JIlViiU'l. ii ri.rl on , x f rehesid a jfirl y V etit ! Hying chMll, anj "m i in th Out e; i-nii! h si :," an I .-uti-j iila r I'ui.iih a t-rrttvc'rl. htuw.'iv. Viii!, af'i' r m e iti'' her homo llon Mf.rmg , Tivl i wo .,r i! re- years, taking l;. r lo u Fotir.h of July, Rnt teitinji a!.,-:4t J IUI legeilwr, he WttU be lesiiii-d and fe'du dawn. Year w jili pa s an y, nr, i fhj girl with g spii-euil w-hi l.ju- t !i vin (hiJdrcn ju-t u4 fi.ie a yo: live cvr6 bo', i m:,I )'c"r y'j-f. VioJi l ban a 1 .lid I'niit in bring, ing th- in U., bin tit. y woiihl o,ll bfl liblc In do (h Iniikinj,', and help their neither cm wa-ii days, i.ud I, getting in.h'j en.li nt n! !.,,(, mid f, ling a little stitl in (lie i',ii,!s( wanil l ho elected a number of i!:.; I.egi.shilurr', having been a i u.-:-i t.-or and school cemiiiiiltoo man I. r venp.,. J,, the evening of my day-,, with my j,;),,. d, my mouih, I hui:hl sit and l.Mik through a pair of giiiibrnoiinte l i pi ciaeh s, and wonder why should null a strange, nilly pieca as this be pi.bli.-d.ed. AlKtujtion. The St. Louis con espondent of tha New Voik 'J'liLuiitt tells the following story; One of tho rno-t int. resting cases of abduction ever brought to light i ijiis country, and in sonic respects r t mbiing the famous Mcrtara case, ihieh oeeiilred Some ymis ago in It aly, has can d an unusual excitement umong Pioleslaiits in Ibis city. The facts ate to be made known to-morrow. It appeal that Mr Hargrove, a Union retug. d, alter im rcdible suf Uiiugs, annul in the city about six months ago, wnh five childr-n, four girls and a boy, the eldest only twelve, years of age, having traveled on foot nil the way from thy Arkansas river, to Bulla, 'in this Stale. On arrival h re she pr ici eth d to tho Kcfiipee II 'U.jC, but her health was impaired, and her eye night nearly destroyed she' could in, I see anything dLstinctry. 'I he r.-.tern Sanitary Coiumissiou sent her to the Sister's Hocpital, and icci ived her Coi. a i t (hat (he children should be intruded to the care of tho Uo.. jimm lib iiicir icgnt guartl " iari. Tin y were then taken to rh Minion Seliocd on Eighth stret-t, and alter remaining line three weeks, were one- day forcibly abducted in open daylight, by three m. n who pla cid them in tin ambnlaiicij and theil drove off. '1 Ley wn heard of soon after in a Catholic institution, and a writ of habeas corpus procured from the Circuit Court for their recovery. The child; e-n weic produced, nnd a hearing took place, which resulted in an order for L ir restoration to Dr. Elliot's custody. While) the latter was waiting in the clerk's olfico for a transcript of I ho Older, the children weie spirited awny and could not he found. A foi (night after, ihe hoy rtf. turned lo the Mission School building voluntarily, and Mated that he and his sinters bad been eon coaled in the Con vent of the Sacred Heart, and forced to be baptiM-d into the Catholic faith, egainst their will. a, ,,. a . Tho inatler wit laid before the mil. itary antohriiies and a guard sent to' the Convent, v, ho, after some trouble, recovered three of tip. girls. 'P(ie j. dcf:t could not he found. Again tho rescued g'n ls wjre cent to ihe Mission School. In less than a week they were again i.bduelcd, (his timet at nine o'clock at night, by being decoyed in to the kitchen by an Ii hli servant maid, and then into the alhfy, where a carriage was ia waiting, which cou veye.ll them, as bus nince beeu proven, to another C ml, die institution, They have linee hi n ri-if.oved to the coun- j try, and r,re s'ill mii. ing. The cr- ant girl b-.ing confronted by military author ity, ,i;.u i ihat a Catholic fath er employ id her, nnd the Catholic Lather coiifffcs that be paid the car i ia;,'- Lire, tl.n'igh be denies anycrim- inal inti iit. (jc;i. Ilodgu has called ,al ''' (,i '' the fitteiitieii of Arehbiboi, Kendrick tLe uiatt. r, where it resU for tb' I'u" - eni. 'j h. fuels are known to' many Piolestant conyrecatious. in l l :,vu ''fated an into "i - nt in n '. gi.i,s c in b s. intense excite- '1 he case before ihe Cifcait Court V - H apt'f" 1 to the Supreme Court '' r abduction- from tlm Court r"'';r:' w re it is vet l-iidirn2 s but u,,; ,,"i,l",'y "otiioriiieg bave n-scAlvecl Uj ral'n'k tins cjuntry for I be children na.Miioeh a the whole family have I n place ! in charge of the Western Sanitary ( oti.iii'aoiou by military or- dr. p. a:'.I bt Ha'e'I that th morl.tr di-d afit-r thft fiet abduetmii rind il Is chimed at the hospital that she was ! .unied to Catholicismm! da J a i,vk! Caih'.he. ! f'.e- Ii: a.a t . I ta;!eie' He had , e - l-O V. i'CJ ! a:.-! !..." - a fioh ba'kaocxls a u ho bad never Hr-erf ' io.ie on this seaioo. 1 J la 1 j. h nl ths tricks of 1 H. i th o-rrinnetl to keen '. He kept theiAi open : v hen (' coi nl net nt CMU14 ' th. ("ti on of his car tiek ! :l at wofihy ofCoe-r by a id ii ad wnTij Hiiole an fe faf: be am Id be persua- v, 1 ae-f bad berfi tlofjf. ot I t'.-.t fe ; t