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TlK-IiAV. ULJL '."IU. 170. r.rr;r lJie. UMbc " Suj-.i:- j lt; UU tif Nkui'l," ly the .SeMUry Crj Tun . He ik f i.ti- 1 of tl It r 1 -f r4'.tt--B, in l.-bl tie t"a.t-l SlUa iua ..! r.tt. w .Kisi the Ili lijf wtiUmw " 1 he ( IL Jul .f Jst.. as.J the Unit-.! Sjrii.tiii!nil sa the f na.sLsii 1 the SlUttt Martial fft'! d.ti.t 4sttestit.eJ liten-kts t-f Mr t. n. .11 - ! J J i V lit "TK p..; CV.h'Ii: M r oil the ii.!"t. !.t i i ..:!. r. t ft . ; ;, ) i . ,n x n !l I. in: . Aj l.i 22- . 'I hum .t i . f l..i f. .ir!. Ti. il the (l.uiiii !i W kt,!t 4-tv j!i"im ?ttt.& of Li Afc t lie lu-jxiti ji.tf ( f)ft.ti of the ' I. 'lie coii.pei.aa- Lis is only spprebi tob-l when tiosj (r lfc itk two cents f r e-' tt it It cm tut red that lie J stent usu.d ery nu,-,e uUe.Un ci)! f. r every ly ! Liint if buled from all r fiiu, L'.Uu uiU fur mr; pivJm lit j av.iial care, 1-efauae the Slate La i Ut..;i! Mitl f m )ulry. two rents for' tl. nnl the i jiiutai tit of ot.e ti deceased fa, 10 r rett if whom In Jul, in thin ngul, is del- "' the groee au "in.t for fc.su.es eoumerst- tk-u?d. So that if lL Supun.ti'idei.t I fot axcih! lt.at., and Ult cel.U lau tu fulfill tLi Jotjr it ta l.U'v to re- j,, iiiiU for ti L 1 U cim-ttiia to Biaio uifu'i. !!." v '; i '. t..-r- J M.-l t!.i.'!! r ('tu liM Hi i Oh V" i ..i.iii I! it !!. l:.Ur Sll i. IjMl1. Ml1 MsI.'il Ikfcf-J l,t r ,i t'. i- ! 1 t-. i.t w-l in Lcr in- wf-r '! r.". I, ! .: two cl frl.- t!.i r !( rt'M t-d a i n! . r Ir. rij J j t i .!r I t i w'hiX'l, mi l rftl.in:; -(it l.t r h- Jhiih ' ,:-.! S lUe, cut ti ti.r-ii! fn-::i -ai tour, i.t-r!v Kit r- ; ): i, H'l (li'tn I if iw-.iy. A u'.tH" t hiw i I'm tt en;;? t ul is.'hoiil ih .Lsiiii s ai..i it in-kM'il ti.- iiiuiiit r. 'A i '.its,:, Ol., nit," i f t!. 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Man Junn Slif fi'it- l 'i!l ctf tb s'ttilbiH i4antrs, nil bD;iatrus bow laBimtablf iinMFrr-nl i mtu au.l cut lnt ttinKit, can.siiirf ii.ktitttt i.n i. i,ii,o ii.tn it vi-ar u lari'S-1 !.. Ki-t. A it.. ,w . ..f t.-r .-t it.lrpn. ' tl. atli. an I liiiliii iintt iv l'I itslwil ! r J a -r, ail. J at tuirb ti tho f iciua-' ..J ln-r 0T)C1 fuitiro ci.n.iitiuii ! t j ill of tb fxnl ct jm. TLe spring b' o t k ftw facta. In a ffcitam tuu lxu eJ.l. wt, Sit.l l.laf J, at tLe tLet arc k'.Utn boo! diatiiiti. In .it k aiiiii. il ill't f. nil tt;n J rtlii 'l'.'' th lt tl.t-If cho!i!.l l m ate cliiili iit lr tLt' tm- ! J j ( .. li , iiiii r. Ain I In cut, k t ;.i al'culi.'u cl rtotd fn hi'j in the I'.itLohi r Lurch, - hi,t l:;.-b : ai. iM.t-.f .tl.'.i-nii.l s v" iis;( in a I'i i.t staiit i Liin h if any wlnrf, t.fi. a im.rc ko th.ui in t r li nit iiin'M !y, a i-'i).;t.iii cf pomp an 1 ftuUiiinty in p.-irtiruUriT ph ncni.t to tln m t;ri ii, in. I mid it is mcy t" lnoki c-'ii-nt to tlio Cutluuic cburch among th llii.k- l.-s )' )' ly i.t ti it lM""i l.n-!( as : ti :- i.iui.ti'y in. i... -r Tln N nt ,;fl, V ill If t -p-cf -lii'sla io thrt !i ii.-i' cf Ji ri'ti.f 1 it i i' lt.ar .i.vm a .f TH in It i a U a itjfu' Q.uit.iiij: in ih kiiuiun't an. I a tfili larV, oiip ly I til , Ull.iln V ( " lilKHil J" ,"' ll'h S. 1-th.l 1. -pat tint 1 t 111 I' - S! ttc ff t l-lilll'l til lit. til hl '.lit KUIlll'Itt .t Hint 111, u ti I t!.' l.-it l it nth ( I the liu'lir.i -j; iN'tm lu.lt il a ilh l.ir.U Ki4,'k stu. I tl.f itiri ncf .f fl.iai ta It fiil niir brsits Hitb a ijuift ji.y, an.! thr r,i,.iu wllU'll bil l llvlrl Ml k'i.H'ltlT in till! tl,. ' i.tl: cns i'f Ihf 'imi.ti.ni - Sulb, ai that ths or up .i". b got in 1 t b ilictru t Ibrra wte liist jear two latr than Uual, an I ia uiatiy of tb Atisnti'- stslt thr is a coniplaitit of lbs .nly of lU.rn, the rai!roals on tbr rJlitrufti.ju, tb protuiaa of biybrt wages in Iuuiainiia mi l )!taiasippi, ami tb alhH,tuiila of Un lif bar Jinan aviay nisny jf the nt(.:ro-fi. lUtt lib the gtoniitg ilea of furtilifts now, auJ lb tt-aUr woitb uf iim UUir, tb pitK-U lot a lars crop are gootl.tvt.n tbiMjgb oisBT planters will txi tiuablsto plant as luiiiiy acrts as they wuul'J haf to. ' A corrfcjiotiilrrit of the Etetiititj Pit bas bwn stuilyiiig tbii prvstiit New Yoik I.tgifcUlarf, now about to ailjimth, atnl maths out a bad bill cf moralitj for the mcuitx-ra. He ss)s profauily is b coiiiiiii.n amotig thtui an to le aluuwt ULtm th.il. (H.ctinty is biirdlt ha coiiiiiioii. ami k'Htiil.liiitr a L'liifial piactii-., bcavy otukt'H bing playnl for uigblljr. lriukiiig to excts is not as uoti. fable as mlgbt l exptnit--il, tbongb tlu re aru plenty of tiauipUa of it; but lii'tjfl cf other kinds is vary j tf tulfi.t and couspiciioiiHly so. " Tim lobbies anil gullef ion, especially of the low or Hoiimh, are the common resul t ol women of loost) ehuractcr, whoao JreMt ami ib mi anor bc-tray them, wlumo jirea nice is Ibft suliject of freipucnt tetuatk1 anJ wbo am not uiifrt-ipieully eucour ageJ by tbe jxTsonal recognition of mstnbets." To fuui up, the me miners are luticti lower iu morals an.i intt-lli-gencs th nil the majority of tbeir couhti tutents. What a picture this is of Ibe law-uiakers of a great .State; but tbe legislation that bus been carriod at Al l.any tho past seaKou is gocxl eviilence that it is not overdrawn. terms of school taught in nu b by to differsnt ttachsrs. If the ' Supt rin leuiltiit is the gij.'inl.Mi of tint tilucu tionsl interests of all these cbiidien," say three bundred in all; and if be bo gins 1J do bis duty, be luiint make, tt leiiht, four viait to each dictrii l of one balf day. To do this hi. unlet travel, In tho cni'le State f Ne w Yoik there nt a imliioii an i a lmlf if cbil-dri-n. tho iniiiontT of whom i'iiimu' no little -irl and eut oil her bead. S he ,.(lucuUu except that fin nisbed by i:r then wen into the Loum and cut tu (,-t.e common schools. Tbe attempt on tbrout of bet youngest child, "eoi .), ,1(J j,slt of the Homntiisti to destroy ai.-.'d 'X years and Lm- UwntliH. She lit tbis iysteui, mid substitute the su tiil' aoaulted tier mother, a,'cd 54, and very ! WI1 t.i'u ., chat itv schools of Mexico, f. el-ic, futtn u her no scere.y tti it she spuin iind Italy, has raisetl au excit- t'.. ! t t i i! ir il , l. it 11 !,. litMi - i ; . s.i. M':i '11 ' the I'" (.Miiii.S.imi H t II !. I the 1. . first of M'iv in Liii,.., - 1 In l ,e ii. i.i V i.iuuij Surli Hj.' 'Vl,)i tl e w.'ti.aii i. i.m it;..-h !.'! the " iiu.ntli of the ton," and Uauti I t. J m .1 . 1 !. 11. ,i.i,.i liit-tj, wl.u i i.t riti'i ts lili.i pftl t th.'it 1 !:!' iu t!,. mid die. nil. 1 c 'k in ah if f..isittn Voico, tin 1 of liiiic.'itiuH incii, who d.lli the trwlibclK, tloptlmlr hull' sboi t, uii.l tn'.k slai in deep bas-, ;!.i y iil ..miiiiiiul it, ore n ipecl.' Tin' Ni-w iuik luwyeis npi ur to liiiu. evtiii K-oh conscience tluiii lawyeit are UMiully credited with Hnd thut is bv tin iiieiiiis ucuiii.leiiil.lt) stock - shitdtttts and fliiptincN now am ins il lumined and traiicfi-ined, as steps ale lii'.u.l i u the I load stalls and lunching and tl.ti s..iiiid of oicrn. It is June, fui 1-o.pitta fai.l their way d.nly to our desk The little l utteicups and dsn- to "g wont," i a.Wnord by a dark Knk far a few momenta, but the ra is d petat, f r s,n n. I y the m, of a stout ruiid hit b be (antes in bia jhh kel for such on ii ti. l e bt ie'y jrk out a tik.'.h, and with it in bis band and Ittt '. hi... d sli aamiiig upon the fl xt lis s"".s ! tln .li Mied jm i utowii ti, (This is tbe j 6ft li tiH.tti this ssme ly bas puile.1 j during the trim of t Ul eo wwka i ! Smith r-uisideted it bis tluly to tlk trt the s hool, be it. it as well as he .. , i au, tells tl.em " lnotalica nna c?auM ' a heap u lionble, ami school goin' is a big tiling " l'.i .ii ntys " tt O'i U)," nnd makes nppiopnste gimtures while Jones, who is coitt it nil. mailt slsepy, ataitlei, all ini niiii.iiaily with a loud snoie, r.invulunn atart, and a rau- I dom clutch at the air. They register i their iittinm and iKpuit The I. M. pnssed tjuietiy tnoitgh un til nenrly tho bout of closing, when a '(ha .l.iv i'l,. hotter, the VOUIiir ones - - ivittnes. Dills is a l.liblic school llll'Ol I It it 1 1 ; llllH olll I f.l tl lull III ll... I . .. ..1.1. I ., ... ... ..,.1 1... a. f....... l" 1 " . ". " J-" . " ." In.t , It 1 ll,. i cl.il.liPM all l.,.v ..Hn cut. not kin i,m. Client thut promises well for the prescr-! aeoiptii-g H en li om t,..l u sulcs iu the. , , , .. Mis. Muis'.i im iibout was bom in I ,utin of this foundation stone of our ' sume, euse. If tnis action nan tiseessa- j "' ,l,,n 1 go I'Ureloot. 1 he county Kerry, Irebmd, ut;d bus bien in reptiblicmi institutions. New Ynrk.lty bat cull bo said for the honsty of , bunds of the little clock (mint to thu tb Tiiited Stales about 20 -ai. She j Bt year, pnid out to churches and! New Yoik lawyers. , hour of l.ine, iind the lirnt stioku of the was muiri.d about Mtio Jems no to , (.hurc'li schools (almost exclusively lio-, A wn,,.r , ttn t.w .tV(.n J Vila-! great bell, they come lushing in. each Miiouui .U..IMI, -no .1 ... .-maiusuj nan a miiiion nonius, a sum j;,,,,, ,,rf( illlf. t , (',,nj.reuHliou- m.-nthi ton. e to hi.d emj.loyment else- . Kr(.llt)y exceeding what was paid from ! ttlls, MVh. J ,;t. st nine vents tbe wli, r. Ji.e repulati-.il anil cbaruter ,,0 trenail ry for tho public schools -! ( rv;,ni-Wul chinch, h in thut city of Mrs. Marsh ate kai.l to have been ; Ti,,H ..... ,1..,,, ...... ls has moused 1 1 ... , .i.,i.,i i... i . t la..., 1, I u.i. 1 hf. I Vll ,. , ..ll .!... in. I ... 1 I.. . .. .. . .. I u.,v. ..i.,v,,i.uUi,...i.i. 'ti.),.. . .... . ... ipuuuc seniiuiem. j hnrches ins I'liine,! l l ow n iisinl loin ll oill'Ia ailM i lie i hild sees beauty a acil iu the bum- i blest wayside flower as iu tint choicest l..,.,u., ... ...... i.l ,,. ...... , I tet weary tiud restless and eyes watch thoiieh she maV tread tho loveliest I , , , , .. .. . i.t.. .......... i..u"i...t.t .jthecliH-ketigetly. Now is the ttyuig luv i'litu ntiw "in kimim ii mr in ill in VI , . . , a . . tii.ui sail. I tlidt 4 Hi filial if I xl l li iril I salkMel IIIIIV) sui) ." ill ilia -ss as i TiaaaBiiini.i ll, ed i.e t.m hi r. Happy is the one Tin nuin i ii l ib, w l.o is in.t consider-; those around ber with utiiireletiditiL' I Ir rinlm with a teuiu or on foot, mid i s.ilie. ' I . i i i.t . i i l..t. nd for all i nil! H'muiw "i in iiiiniii-i in i.n.- ! ilrsn, bs lin y lie snie uy smo lo-nigni, are placid and rttlm as if in a sweet s!c( p. Tiny are dressed neatly iu the Oi'ivsirios to Txavi.E Sihuaok M rs. Admiral I)ablgreii,wbo is a daugh ter ol Mr. Yintou, a prominent Ohio t'otigtessmau in bis day, baa quietly crgtuized an " Anti-Siiteeiitb Amend- ment Sin ioty,"whii h will bikhi present a memorial to Congress against female ulViiiLP. It is said that tins iiiiinifesto has been signed l y Mis. (ienetal Sliel- n i nti, Mis. .1 ami r.i.H.ks, Mis. l'eut, Mis. t'lffcs. 11 and other ladies of high position. The memorial which is couch ed in stroi'g terms, expreh.ses tho alarm wbscil its sicneia fi el at the proposed Sixlicnlh Amendment and their huliuf that Ihtj sgitiiliou wuged by a small minority of their sex must prove iu eveiy sense injurious to their truest in terest. It uijjcs that the proposed i e form incouli.n v to tho bi n it of the Sciiptnial tt aclungs of tho rclutiou of the si li s; that thu memoi ulists love thitir bud aiids, and ar more respected by them than tin y would be if they voted; Hint tbe bist.uv of mictent Mpar la piovesthe di-limi ahilig ftfleet of giving politi'Ml poviei t.t woman - At lbs rttt nt si ssioii of tbe New Yoik Ijtst Culib leliee of Methodist piritehilH, the subject of ti e Conm l ti i uI iliioice laws came up, a laij part of that Statu being witblU the ecclesias tical jurisdiction of the Confeience. Tbe coin nut ten to bom the subject was referred, tepmted that these laws roffbetsd with the tttealed will of Hod, audio tbeir ptaclica.1 workings sere dsmotaiimig the faruily relations end undetminlrg tbt foundstions of society. Iu IU I'I tbe Connecticut Leg islating passed au act authorizing the granting of divorces for any cause n bicb iual wartisge nnhsppy. In (bat year HI divorces were granted; in lH.V.i, ten viais butr. 22,.l: while in lHOfi the is hi r l scpai ated 4! liiarricd couples. In the avventetl; years the p-jpulation iociexd est Ls'f, but the number of divorcee iuct i1 live-fold. At ftres-M-l lbr is one divorce for t-veij eight tuauiages, which is a gooil deal worse than Yetmoiil Tberejn.it cont-ludea sptud thirty days time. this labor tLe State allows biui to charge ruiKTV uoi.ushs! and only that; for the Uw says, " No Superintendent shall re ceive cotnp'rjsation while visit iug schools for a number of days greater thau.iWir fi! nuniit-r of scbools kept iu tho town, whatever tbe number of turns of such school kept during the year." And BL'siu, " lie shall receive for bis ser vices oua dollar for each day." And j again, " It shall be bis duty to visit all the schools at least once in each year, and oftencr if be shall deem it necessa ry, i.ut tins is not an. nnu per forming tbia labor be must curry bis own dinner, or buy it, or beg it, or not bavo it. Here, Mr. pAlitor, are facts which any person can bo convinced of by a little arithmetic. And is it any wonder that tbe office is filled so fre quently by those who wholly neglect what iyi fo the duties? Are the parents of Vermont aware that, accord ing to the statements of thu Secretary of the Board of Education, the " edu cational interests of their children" are ueccBsarily iu tbe bands of men who are so poorly compensated ? I urn well aware that there are iu Vermont Sup erintendents wbo submit tu this labor for the paltry compensation; but that only proves that disinterested benevo lence it a reality after all. lb rmm jrmw rreerie.v.ww.vr. We assume that the Senate will not, seriously or, at least, not successfully attempt to overrule the decision of the House that, for the next decade. tbe number of representatives in Con gress shall Ite two hundred and seven ty-live, with such additions only as the admission of new States tuny, from time to time, involve. Those will hardly ex ceed five in all, or one each from I'tah, Moiitans, Idaho, Vyomitlg and Dako ta, as they shall severally be admitted. '4Ve assume that New Mexico will be admitted at this seesion, so that her member will be one of the 275.) Iu the following table we present; 1. Tho total population of each Statu, (is returned by the census of 1110; 2.--The estimated population according to the csiisiis about to be taken; It. The number of its present representatives in Congress; 4. 1 ho iiuml'cr to which it will probably be entitled under the same clothes they wore when murder ed. At '.I o'clock to-uigbt tbe mother, who ia confined at the J'.iistern police station, was conscious of her terrible deeds. HlKOlC P.UtlNO Or A YotNU V;llVIONT- iR.--At Bethel, Yt., lust week, a little sou of Levi Newton fell into the north brunch of the W hite river, just ubove the water power of the village. With iu fill feet, the stream pours over a bigh dam into a boiling gorge, then bur lies along a few yardu to u second atid higher d un, below which there is a so lies of cataracts to the junction of the brunch with the river. When it was known that a child w as in this perilous passage, Edwin Burnett, a young man ol 1H, stripped oil' his coat and boldly leuped iu to save it. Tim rescuer swam out, clasped him, raised him from be neath the water, and was turning to wards the bank, when both were Hung head foremost over the dam into the hissing vortex below. Not u sign of the victims could bo Keen for pel hups a minute and a half, wheu young Bui nett was seen drawing himself out of the water by some bushes CO rods be low. He was severely bruised, but will receive no permanent injury. He lost the child, mid gives this account of bis feelings under water: I was holding the child out of the water before mo, and my impression is that ho ntrnck the rock, and I fell upon him. I lost bold of bim at tho first fall. Here my foot caught in a snag, and I thought I must be bold there to drown, but managed to struggle away from it. I saw no light between tho dams, but held my breath and went spinning along over the low er dam. 1 was conscious every instant, and now began to feel that I must draw in my breath, though I knew it was death to do so. But just at this in stant I was thrown to tho top of the water, and got a glorious breath of air before I vn.s again thrown under. It cume just iu tiiiio to save mo, and was the only breath I got during tho whole tiuio I was going down. As' EviMiai. C .vKKf.it YYhitiBore, of South Carolina, tho cudetship peddler, has a romantic history. Ho is a New Enghmder by birth; inherited a for tune; traovled iu Europe and ran thro, tho money; became a clerk in Boston; got converted in a eiimp meeting; ,-ii'eaehed; joined Ben Butler's New Eng land briLMido as chaplain; got funds and i i .1 a ' I . . ... .i ii hnf t.rniw.v V linn 1 in 1 MiiT r) 11 VI 1 fri ll CYV ceiibus. na luiuk una wui varv . '"r'v - . out oue each from tiV artuitl muijLu jaioutiry Agnation; ftB dmroil with m .. . I ... 1...H ...t t lint I In. flltlilw. I Yhdl'l.l 1 llllll in any case, ami nr l nt mi in most in-1 """"i i '." ' ' " " Htnnces. 70 An t'literiirising tluii York recently got up a lively sensa tion by announcing that In' bad got up a licw drink. Jt turned out to In ventor which, though new to (Jnih ani, is in no danger of being adop ted. Once more Y'lillandiiigliiiin lookctli toward thu Halls of Congress, hoping to obtain ciitninet' there. It i charged, find possibly with truth, that the rascally pension agents at Washington ami elsewhere, lave defrauded the iroveriiinciit out of considerable sums of money by means of false representations. Those who swarm about the Capital are said to hunt tip maimed soldiers, Federals or Confederates, it makes no dillcr enee, and prevail upon them to swear to the papers necessary to procure a pension. The rcf.l man may have been dead for year, but if the swear er will personate hint, he draws his tension, after paying a heavy com mission to the agent. A man at Omaha attempted to ride 10(1 miles in five hours, on Sat urday, using twenty-live horses. J le failed to procure the proper nun her of horses, but rode lifty-six miles in two hours and twenty-six minutes. A horrible affair occurred at North Braiiford, Connecticut, last week. Charles 31. Appell was ar rested for the murder of his brother Sereno. It appears that the two were in the barn, when, according, to Charles, they quarreled about feeding the cattle, and Charles beat Sereno in the most horrible manner and left him. There were thirty two scalp wounds, besides several (uts n the face and other parts (I his body. His left ear was mangled, and some of his teeth ki ocked out. His skull was fractured, iind hiH scalp partly torn from the skull. The in stnm.ent used was a billet of wood. Sereno could not give any account of the affair, and died in a few bonis after being found. The probable cause of the bloody affray was jeal ousy. It seems Sereno had taken his father's farm to work against the v iclies of his brother. !.. per cent. In Hartford the Congregational church i has lost five per cent, and the l'.pisi'o in Wii : pal churches gained 20 per cent. Iu the Slate of Connecticut during' tho same tiuio the Congregational churches showing by the diess, language, and iippeaiuiice what kind of homo intlu- nee mid what kind of a eiolher each has. We have leui ned, as we presume others have, also, that children rested from the lessons and su ts of the pre ceding day, are blighter and fiesher in have t'ltined less than five per cent, and i the uioiuing than iu any other portion of the day, more faithful in study, more eager to overcome obstacles; this, then, All reports from Win hington seem i is the time in which to attack the most the Episcopal church has gained 4 per cent. l'i..illl i.ili. lYiilxli'ie ili. ilrp. VUiut-. Now liuiltirc-, V vi uioi.l, VtiMftt'tiaiMtts CullllWI'tL-Ilt, lllnnle UUtiil, Now Yurk, Sc. Ji.rni.y, I'Miiicthania, W'ci Virginia, Virginia, V.i Hi t aiulma, S-mili i r iiin, OrutKii, I Hi I... It il it'll, lilit.i, M l.ifc'ii, IA iN.-Ul.!II, Muiik miU, ..-, M wun, KllllM, V l.iuil, K. It a an, M nihil. I, h-ihIikH, Hfntiri( AUIwu.a, a..!.!.!, All'll'kk. IKItwiAt, ri-rula, I . ., I 'alil.it tila, 1rtkU, I tn g'.n, rm M'-ltct, TiAkl tsut. isTh, v. fi'.!s.iT'J llKi'MiO 3 ;ia.n,l .ui.i.ai a a l.i. mis ;ta"i.iiii .! t,'il.( l,m.ii lil 4iJi,M .no.mn 4 lT4.f.JI i-imimil 'i a.sti 77 4.7i mi ill futfiA SKi.lHHI b 3, iti..a7o 3,."..hiii 2l :I'.'4,iii :tii.Mi i l.ra.i.i.ii l.iiii (urn s Wi.tt.l ljlljti.lMI 1 7 . 1 , I 71..it 4 1.U.V7..12" l,li..i) T 'i,s.w ,v.i a,im,iio l l,:i'.HI . urn nut ii I.71I.7VI 1'inn.nm 11 7t't.ll'i I.1.H...I.I li 7T.i,s7!t I.lim.UKi i, 172 ii"i2 ffHi.timi 2 (.74 IMS I,U.,II0 l,ls,;U7 l1,t,u.i I..IK. 4iiinl I -in.S41 n.m I lliilti tHilMI 117,1. 4 Ki.tc.it ;, l,l.i'.,7li I.H,(f IU l,nciH4i i j .it t4,iai l.ii.(i fi 7t!,:i Hi. mil 4 4l5'4'i7 5k.Ii S 54..H Sm iio 4 141,4 l..il 1 1111.1.11 SKi.xi 4 ;t"lii!i fciiflBl ,1 (K.l.Hlil t'. !! 1 il.M I. '!.... 1 M,l1 ISH.IJ."! II '31,41.l,7.i Js.iiiiwo m Mectuiei.1 t!ie negroes; siu'cessliilly let I in ft street h;;lit lieaveen negroes and -,, isoldicis at J larbtigton, h. C; receiven 5-about !,2,2!lO from the National Kepnb- iiciui Kxeeutive. Committee, to be dis l triliiited f ir ilectioneei ing purposes iu j South Cuoliini; admitted that be " 3n t propH.'itt li the greater part of the nion 1 ey for bis own use to compensate him Isiif for his own services wlnie on the stump; charged the negroes who voted I ' for lion ten cents each for the ballots 'si they teeuived; got to Coi gress and so'd thut cadctship, and is now up for inioth-ijl-er trip to the national capital. IN. Y. H : .Sim. S I mi j ri;u..ios or B-tMVMssi. According ! to a report onde in the Methodist Epis- I copal Conference at l'liilinb-ip 1 ia fie 1 1 H tinaii (.".itli'jiic Church had iu the I'nited States ill ISO'l, oijh J 5. shop, J'; about I'M) priests, and C'l.tHK) iidher 6 ei.ts; but to-lay, according to the most c..l,..l.!.. t( .. 1 i,. r.i,,;ti.:.!i. rinitin li-m SiXiil l.Al! SlU lliKOl'- A Itl-XIUlol'S Monomaniac. 'l'be Lancaster, l'a., Intelligencer, gives the following particulars of a singular ease of sui cide in East Lancaster, the sclf-niur-deior beint; Jacob I Tarnioli, only 17 years old, who hi s been much excit ed lately mi the subject of religion: On Saturday morning l.e winked mi tbe farm as nual, and ut noon un hitclied his team, jmt bis horses in the stable, threw some hay down from the mow, aiul told another lad to feed the horses. lie then went to the woodyard, took off the boot and stocking from his right foot, and hiyiuiT it ai-i'os:. a log, deliberately cut it off above the ancle by striking it three heavy blows with a sharp hatchet. lie then picked up the rei in this country (us tbe growth of 70 ' yea s; t .tclili'.i'.in, iS 1, shops, J.t'il) j , prii-vU, UfS c'.iuii'lies, -10 Eccii siasii Ijcal iiik'-itu'-i-eis, ! ith 01'.! clerical stu 1 dents '2 I iM":e-, 12' Ui tliHstl ins, 2"( 27.7 1 ii'.uuii:i ivs, l-l high schools for gills, tiiis, lid perio'lic iis , II in (J.-rm.in, 1 in to agree that never before wan the pul lie business in Congress so far m ar rears as at pi t sent. After four months and a half of session, perhaps never be fore were so many bills introduced and resolutions of inquiry adopted. Seven-1 eigths of the fovmt r, nt least, are in the; several committees. Action has been taken iu many of them, but opportuni ty of rcpoi ting tbciii has not been of-j fered. No one thinks of ending the session before July, in view of the large amount of business to bo transacted. The exodus of Canadians fro the United Slates still eontiniii s from two to four cur-loads passing- St. Albans dailv, for the south and east. It is es timated that, from 20011 to H000 of the Queens subjects have passed Hint point within the last four weeks. Tho threat ened invasion of Canada bv the Feni ans bus doubtless hastened the depart ure of many of them, who are unwilling to perform the military service that would bo required of them in case of actual hostilities. Wendell Phillips, who has done a heavy business iu abusing both Lincoln and Grant calling tho former " the slave-hound of Illinois," and the latter, even within a vear. names unite s bad now says: " But for tho great act of our da', tho consummation of emanci pation, Grant has done his whole duty. His first word on entering tho White House, and his last to the colored peo ple from its porch, are equally wise and faithful. Holms lilt, nothing undone to secure them this grout protection; and his lirtnie, side by side with Lin coln's, will live forever in tbeir grati tude." A schcuio of moro than ordinary magnitude is on foot iu New York, in which several of the wealthiest men of lhateitv are interested. Tho project is to erect, a series of buildings in a central portion of Now York city, the object being to securo an elegant and specious structure for the approaching International Exhibition, which will al so include one of tho largest and most commodious picture galleries in the world. For this purpose the construe tion of ll c buildings will conform some what, to that of the Louvre of Paris. A capital of 7,0!lO,0(IO has already been raised, and the buildings will undoubt edly be the finest y t erected in the met ropolis. -Gen. Llnd.ciy, who is to direct the campnign against Winnipeg, left Otta wa, April Is, f ir Montreal to organize the expedition. The. Cunadian Bide Brij.'sde will mainlv compose tho tegu lar troops ordi red on adive duty. The Canadian volunteers will be enlisted for two years. Upon their disband tnent, thev are to receive a grant of land. Tliey will compose about a bat talion under the command of a regular officer. The steel battery is expoded to arrive from England next week. It is manned by picked men from the Roy al Artillery. It is expected the expe dition will loave on the 10th of May, marchin:' around tho Sault St. Marie Canal. Teams will convey heavy freight thence to Lake Shebaudowen, a dissected font, threw it away, and ; distance of 10 tnili-s. One hundred cut down on the U '. i boats will then be put in requisition to icr, who wins in t far olf, wit-j supply transportation. It is contended Hie operation, but had not i ,ll!,t " fc';;!:t ') ? eomnmed TI,i tntnl include the i.r.nuhiliou 1 '0 a-vhjius, 21 h'.;,:lit ..f the Diktiidof Columbia and all the : '' b.-mg monthlies, 2 si in i-monthl,. -, tid 2' l Wei l:i S- CllUposI'lliv His mot! nessed the nt the remotest idea ol his intention un til it Was too late to prevent it. lli. futher who was on the larm, was im mediately Msuiiiioiied, and seeing his Son blceditiir to death, asked htm why he committed the act. In re ply, he said he had dune it in obed ience to the command of the Savior ; On no, Moi-un, and Tuscaloosa, until who said, "Ifthvhatid or thy foot : satifactoi v nebm-n js adduced that tie ml the-e tut them off and east ; lff. liberty and pioperty are entirely ithem from thee; it is better for thee 1 h.wl.- violence, provided ! to inter into life halt or I. aimed, ! llff ,H !"u .v respec in tuovin'T trom 1 on ilham to t oi l j Garry. New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will furnish no part of the quota. j Gov, Smith af Alabama bas issued I a proclnnis'ion announcing his duter j uiination to organize at b ust one eoui jpany of iiii'ilii for continuous active ! sei vice in each of the counties of j enumeration aiii fad to sustain. tctt with l ru b fttUtt at tbe jrttati aJv.cc-i of coiiUuaeJ ifotiiijc to th, ! rat!s r thsn liuvinir tw4i IihimI- or two tulile finnjlr i l:iw-uliLi,ff citizen in - l a .t . .. .1. .. a i reiVgrne Uivoicr, procurator My Suit The lsiiu uti.lt of the lVder-' Fieticli, nn 1 tii rest ill English.) She; other cause tU adultery, ami that in . 1l8lmt ,Ul, ,U Teinloiies probably ! b is also IS Catholic b ..k s totes, a pub ert in b,eli a cummuuicatit ikjelwt,l ,-ksj Out) . rauini; the sgjregak-! bcatioii society, and prol. a bly a little divotceJ. it Ik the duty of tbe pteacber j population o( the l inted Slate, and lh i "er i.O'lo.iM J of adbereuU. Snrh is ) ' ' " - ,;''; , those r sped i ve counties of any wi,b in clarce la uaU . aaMixliisiK iotesti-' Ttuitorirt la svUmt o'J.lssi.issi. j Le . ' ' e"""- " . T ' t i.e.r pai i ior any sueij o, gam.atiou mi.arfcv lo ttieaat c B i mj.wilT o( wUniiUi catrv it nUvc'more Homumst m tl,i coc.ntrv thai. : Surgu id aid was procured as soon us f t.liUu The pio. lumatioii savs that Ration into the circumstance ilHR)Go0. whah we think' the actual 0" hai.-l. and wore pn. st. arid l'spist ' iHciblc, c!i!oi,,form was administer- , ,f a(1 ), chi, m continues in those coun- in-wi..tk ui:i in me city oi 1'uo- ,., Hn.I every cfloitwas made tt i ties, or if it .mI.I manifest itseif Ut Kmiwirtn.-Tbe word Wh-c, ' l,," "''""' 'u' jsave the voting matis lite, but tli ,anytl..i..g i.se ti.e same xteui m oilier IU "irietus 01 tuna- MiU 'ua --fearful Iocs of biood lrotii tin: ilissc-v-. counius, m. iwuui! i. w.e ii- t ..iluo.i. -1 l.tive tecetu.y lamt'iiiiM iii.it . , .. .. , , ... ... i. . ... t latmur Le-ikiu! i.re into sehsiou agum. 1 o 1 tl... .1..,.. ,,..i,li ,,ri-u iu lire ii.ui i-iu p.i. u iiim, . , , " . ,, the oat-sin utfon iio to a wnl .ul rtoeibnjg in burn, X. Y., found a god d.-iU of diSi-U.-s way: IK the eupie doaire rtLttms colty in tulsng otte of bis scbglars with Uib ajwuire bltrtiy umler juaranty of the customary Uxik to carry beme the In.jni dynasty ? G courwe the , He was mxiou to join ols thfc lady i.i.':. iit I!ip( il-. iust as they Uacbera who was leaving the il,s.i.il, . , . ... . . . -. ..... , ly congregation.., wnen two nmi -,', : j:. . i. ;),,. .h..iti" anv si "lis id SItirder ttid outrages are m d.unOtt ti.e fust put -stunt s.-naon htul Rot ; ),. to,j j,r iliikser before he m Uiosiji ount.es that the ordinary U-ei, pieaih.-d tbe... ! .jied'that he 'w as si.rrv for w hat he jf m.ng j.tiee have fade j. -it . . v. - . . . t . I . . - . I . bv. I f t m. I, . a. I 1. A lil. a. S-V V, m f, at 1 1 tk . . 1 I . u t M tnh T i . aa . V 1 . i ! r i. .( , f fi la f.ra. . aie r Vi,4itH itaiiuu, tbe dv-a a book and ejaculated.-"'! here, ; foun.1, and tlr sagacity, i.L tbe ubfcver Uen c,cttI of any tcn.J.;!i- ,;fcIlCfi,i 'lerry f,r ttoo, for that ate- into the ; eaU we Larnedly provide.- ul anv lili"tu, vnry u ( p. j' y i'i ni'miii t or iiitut.uiaiita. inuu, . 'Lad done:, though 1 c th.ui 'lit all the ' (iieene Co.il.tv, dillicult pint of the day's labor, conse quently the school study arithmetic in the morning. Tables are recited, rules explained, count.lt ss examples woiked upon the blackboard and all things move on smoothly till nearly the hour for recess, when suddenly is heard an exclamation of tenor from the opposite corner of the room. We look in thu direction from whence the ciy of dis tress proceeds, and behold writhing up on tho floor a victim, undergoing, ap parently, Irom his attitude and screams, tho agonies of dissolution. It appeurn, upon investigation, that Johnnie, wear ied with his endeavors to remember tho distracting table of " !l's," has cau tiously improvised a fish-line, ami at taching a real hook has thron forward bis hue iu search of era', bringing back, triumphantly, the limb of his neighbor iu front. We rush to the re lief of tho wounded one, and after the book has been extracted, administer punishment to the culprit, which, how ever, did not effectually quench the mischievous light shining iu his black eyes. Wo bavo desired them to see how many will refraiti from whispering bs foro recess, but on looking around bo hold one of our best little girls in the very act. Calling her attention to the fact, she replies very innocently that she " was only telling Mary that she hadn't whispered that morning, and didn't mean to, either" A good scholar may be distinguished as well ou the nliiy ground as in tho school room; for, us a general thing, those scholars who study well, play well. The air is vocal with the shouts ami screams. All engage eagerly in some kind of play, except a few who are luy and loll up on the grass; each one woiking off as best he may the superabundant vitality which has accumulated during' the morning session. But here comes a group of girls Hy ing and running to tho entrance, pur sued by a burly-headed boy who holds aloft something iu bis band. " , teach er ! ho' got a bumble-bee, and is going to put it iu my hair," bursts from the lips of each. We cast a look of re proach at the I umble-beo hero; where upon he melts and informs us contiden tially that " It's only a white-head am won't hurt." We regret that the in sect rule will not work when applied to boys, for those who try our patience and give us most trouble have hair like Ion: The intelligence is borne to us that " Wiliie Las mrureil." Upon inquiry into the nature of the oath we find it was only "Goll;" bore is a fine chance for a Icciuie.so we dolivor one imjirumj. ta upon the wickedness of swearing and the vulgarity of slang phrases. A courier comes breathless from tl pluy ground with tbe news that Willie is smoking. Smoking is against (he rules of the school; so iu dismay we pick our way through the crowd of tine-struck children and fun) scaled upon tbe top of a shed the young smok er; we bail liiiu from afar and desire h. m to descend; lie comes doan with a most stoical sir and bus evidently de termined to brave it out; but when we picture to bim with tears in our eyes the horror and misery of the smoker'i career; be relents and promises never more to ua the obnoxious weed. But when we lesrn that lor two years h mot Iter bas been binug him to slop using it, and be tiad spent that veiy money for tobacco, we tremble for Lini and fear that bis promises will end on ty in nn'il. la the course of tbe 1'. M. a tremendous knock is beard at the door. We answer it in person, and behold Messrs. " South, Brown Ax Jones," tbe august school committee; who bas not beard of them ?j , Tins who by pleasant woids, singing, su amusing story, and other ingenious de- ices, can keep all inti lesle.l and Imp. y till the clock strikes out tbe hour of our. l, llt.oiuc.i- and every other school loom. I sue in thee a battle ground; a scene of conflict, lefore which the memory of Antietsm and Bunker Hill grows palu. I supH.se ev ery school toucher as she looks around upon h. r little school is duly impressed with the idea that she may be educat ing the future president of the I'mte.l Slates. Let the teachings be such, then, that there shall be no An.liew Johnson's or Jefletsoll lhivis' ill bur little flock, but instilling into their young minds the God given in uiciples of light and wrong; teaching them In rely nobly upon their own resources; let her help to make them Inen and wo men! . ich, that when called up to the great blackbonid of time limy will work correctly the problem of life and lesve the strife ailh a bih standing, lhen iitxi . Woi k for sumo good, be it ever so bumble. Let y our good deeds be your prayer to lod. " Thai i Liu ami Si iiooi. Tt Acuta. i-win Vil III. ........ . i . 1 . - I .1 . ... ii -.. ..... ..... ..... , i y . ..... ..... ... e Ooiiisr right. i.uui me u. :,...', ... ii1..h1 emmisiiou of the'pment act he La : ' jl 'u",!,!,',. l.e LsJ annhed to! conclave upon tbe platform and sink 1'tench. ,ytm little cuss, take that or note ! " . witbou1 - Bismarck is very sick. The Georgia bill finallv passed the Senate on Wednesday morning bv a vote of 27 to 2;. W hile Mrs. lr. Walker was de ivcring a lecture at Shelbvville.luil., Wednesday night, some men induc ed a deaf and dumb bov to steal he boid her and stick pins in her. Af ter the lecture smut parties among the aiidiem e got into a row concern ing it, in which au ex-shi rifl' of tho county was shot and another man mortally wounded Iron, a blow re ceived on the head with an ice-pick. California, writes a recent cor respondent, " is not the place for a poor man; belter be in Illinois with io00 than in California with 2M)(l. The Stale is overiun with tradeless, moneyless young n.en, who never have enough money to pay their wav out of the State'." The Indians eut a stringer on a l'aeilie railroael bridge, three miles east of Antelope; Neb., and threw fourteen cars oil the track, about I o'clock Thursday morning. All the train men, except one brakeman, got on the engine ami run to the next station. After they left the Indians broke open u number of cars, when the rcmait it g brakeniau fired upon them a few times and they left. A few days ago a little girl in Ithaca, just before she died, exclaimed:- -" I 'apa, take hold of my hand and help me across." Her father died two mouths ago. Four school boys at Shoreland, 111., n undi d a schoolmate ismed Furgeison sorexerely that ho died ill a few hours. The young murder ers average about ten years of age, 1'iugi rson hud informed thu teat her of some of their misdemeanors. President (Irani has decided that I he rcpoi ts of turbulence and outrage at the South sre too frequent to permit hi rn to issue n proclama tion of General Amnesty. It is matter iu vl ich the deliberate de cision of the President and Lis Cabi net w ill doubtless find general ac quiescence at the North. The tow-boat Kowen exploded her boilers on the Ohio the) 15th, above Little Miama depot, and sunk with twenty-even persons on board, fifteen of whi'iri wero lost. Smoking is freely allowed in the Ohio House of Representatives dur ing session. T he sir becomes so vile Irom the exhalations of the old du deeiis that it has been found necessa ry to open two liieplaces, one on each sine of the Saker's desk. Around these, members sit much ss they would in n old-fashioned bar room with their feet on the fender, almorltod in chuffing, smoking, Ac While Ir. Mary Walker was lecturing lately a sapient youth ciied out: "Are you the Mary that had a little lamb?" "No!" was the ready reply, " but your mother had u little jacssas !" --Charles .Snyder cut Lis wife's throat sud his own ou Thursday at Middletown, X. Y. He had jiut returned from serving s sentence in prison and was drunk. -An immense concourse of peo ple attended tbe funeral of th mur dered 51 arch children at Haiti more, Friday alternoon. The Mother ia a raving maniac, and is now confined in the city jail, The railroad officials at Chat tanooga rcjiort that 31,000 negroes have pojed through that place dur ing tbe past few months, on their way tn Mississippi, Iuisisns ai d Texas.