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; : THE SUN, TUESDAY, JAKUATIY 24, 1871.
, ! be 5 J I HfcUf. fr ML TUKfiPAY, JANUARY 24, 1871. If ; 0 AniiMf mrtit litxlnf i f Avail tlall-Pr. Cmt't Iftf-taatt t Intnl. ; M Srjant' 0ri llfaicr4 , ItUita (ii iiwj tk it ' f lllh Aftim TlKatfe-f.Uf. I V UrmnA tfptrm II -- l.t Ftrtrfe!. j jl Nw York (Irtut-Mta ii., rr. A.iJni; tf Mn!t I i If Bladt I ht htr VJir.tut,, j 4 K T jra Opt ft. fUuoe-lNni ! fui Tteap, I I g fW It fitch nrniiinll9TuaNtl opn u Wn. ; j tfiitL Fi'-n-vt y"f v r f int. . ji Trrm of Tfc nun. I i If l"'iM) tf-' t S 00 j U lr4 Jiff fS JH 00 F If 1 tnlT ) o , n M4rtta . -e C( (HI ( t II lilt WtM44rr. 0 All J i B i I no I A 1-t -1 MtcftMftMr , 17(10 Rid rilf r4itoftMtM .... Sf AO i " 1 ftklr In Utita. ? I iMmtillK lift. !: ( Ckiiv AfTttti r Mm 40 r1, f I j 1 llt 1 14 rtil)of iMt, t t t ..().' J ( Tm1ifi 9V or rt , , f l!0 I . t WIIIH fMMM, rt Urrul in I -Villi I, fr . , fA tt, r 1 lrini Sm. ffrM(rr n I tWibi, Mr tut, . . AU t. P Rir fin, with am, it r it, VI ft, mUH &n fl ' ' , V . . f.0 U I Aftf rrTfMtttMrfika ilfftM kfv I. ( u I t i m JUpuj i, -.,, t , n Vf ii tUifi Wtk.j. 2 t i 4ihiit i w nit, ii itiit- f fi 1 H AliMtKit . nff.l -Hbi MiH (UlU Down with I lie Tdies. BS f It la liut too vvltlcnt tliat our "vB'.i in of Kft ' j' Intcrunl tnxatlou, our tir.lt" system, und our H$ . j. finauclnl fVBiLm, particularly In it rvhtioti B ' , to t bo inanngctnent of tlm public iKOit ojiJ ' V tlic rnslorndoa of f;icc1o pnymontp, need to R ; "ieriouiOy rrfonncd. 'l'lu-y lire all lutlnmtdy Bc , ) J eotmcctuj with tlio indnstrlnl Intcrcbtn of Hid KS ' y country, ami ought to be treMi-d ooli.ly In Bl, ) rufcrenco to them, lint IhsUad of boiiiir ho K) ; " trcUd, Ibcy firo iuKrdiustcil to ineco jmrty K! tatcroetit. Bh ' . Tlio ll)oniUtcuc) And ubsurdUy of inyl"t? Hk t i DfTa fundinldclt which la not duo ami will K1 ' i Dot lo lor uinny yean, rrlillo rofiifihicr t'i pay Hb that prtojtho nntlonul debt which Ih doj V; ; . ' tml Laa lon' been duu,cji:niot Lu oVrrtlatol. Hi : It Is a luonttioelty In fiscal mananuicut HL j hard to bo paralleled anywhnro. It Is sus Bt V pension, It Is bankruptcy, It Is reputation. Bf ' 4 '-I'ho lt:oons:ptency consists in prnctically dc B'. ! 1 v daring nur Inability to pay dubts which arc H'r K due, whilu wo go on syteiuallcally, month 1 ' after month and week after week, paying B I Ihose which ttt nnl duo. Bj ' Hut if for any rvajn wc will not pay our Bi I debts tliut are due, why will wo ard. n in B I "' opprcrilvuly taxlncr tlio industry of the i T " eountrr to pi.y thoeo that are not duu t That B 'B thd qui'ntbn ; and tho ai(nor tnuit bo B h Kivcn, that it is becausi) it is thought politic, B If. ' In a parly point of rluw, to no on paying tho B i public debt. Tho r(!cr?ato roeult makes r a ((ool chow. Wo hoar It on ovcry hand B1 it in inchsaccs, In report, In the ncwnppcrs Hk ? ,J that Oen. Oiht'h Aduiliiistratinn has paid K.'l 7 t 'his sum or that Hum, always dealing in mil- K; ! . , Hons, on tht public' debt. It is a party bout, k .'i ' a claimed nu'rit, an achievement asking fur - j Bpilau;o. We do not think there is uuy Bty r-'uso In tho claim. Wc do not thuik it U B ' 4 "worth a IIr in a party aspset. It Is, nl'tnr all, Bi. uly sayinir .' See how wo crush the pjopl Bli : with taxis to pr.y bondholders who Jj not BijF if wdut their nionry." Out ncvcrtliclei tbe re ' impulse to this policy id tho idea cf its boing BJIi -. ' a gool party cry- BIIi: ' On similar grounds noihlnp Is urfi:oJ lu isBai's? 1'1C direction of n return to coin pnjm'nts. Bpj ' ,inc really great waul of tho countn. isBiV ' i Till. ma.urc is uot cuppoflud to touch a pojv Vj !' 11 ular chord of approval, and so it Is itysteniuli. BV!f. t, . cully ignored aud lu pt out of eljbt. The Bt'4 auoinaloud iwdiiuu tho country is in, want- isssliifi ' "" "su ctandard of value, does not iiswlllt'' 1 appear to attract oven tho psssinir attention B9rK of the mniingcrs of our fiscal nlTairs. Thu iisB L'lt ' fact is nlikc iticrc-dible and dlscrLultatdi), and B mt ( , like to many things wo havo uud ck.cis.oii B'fl'p " t0 c'"I'',,lu fi attriuutablo not only to Bl'sO a nlnillou I'.'U of what party interests ro- B fn ' quire, but ulsu to a w.ui! of that nuccsarr IJjjK Intellectual uudcrbtundinc of tho bituation !fl 'I ivhlch porvauca nearly all tbu departments ! ' 5 f thu Oovernmcnt. In nono of them, It Ih V'.'i ' qulto toy evident, is there any weUdofintx! J : principle of i.ction. Everything Ii tho ro ', 'I tult of a hand to mouth policy. g(! : And yut it Is imo.s'.blo thai this statu of ; ' thing's can loiitf continue. '1 ha action of lb" ij1) Treasury is so prepoaUrous that It must ;j , ! If woik Its own cure. With or wuhout tho j! v, Secretary's concurrence, wo aro contidnt S , ?! there Is ulciili,'cnco enough In Coiigrcsi to Sj ' ; ( orrcet the idiotic process of paying off tha Sib ' S) public dtbt, at leabt until thu Treasury 9 jt ' i nf ccates to proclaim ltwtlf bankrupt by rofus- Uy, ' ing to take up its demuud notes. If wo aro ? ' . ' iiblo to pay our funded de-bt, wo uro able to )j , 'i pay tho demand notes. The common aenso ' i t, of thu country revolts i.t tho present practice, j a ,' and nooner or later it w 111 Cnd eiproabiun V n In Congross. jj t '. It la too much to giippntv the peoplo will Vf fj to fureter blind to tho ineffable folly and 3 ',t ! charlatanism of keeping tip the taxes which j'jj , ( depress industry atid tnti rpilso, while thero J V Is no desire and uo iuteiitiou of applying ii; I them to the only Kgltlmato purposes which I 6X . can eicuso such taxes, namely, tho restore it'.' , tmn of thu currency tu a siieciu tiaiulard, or ! ii ! ' tho removal of tho stain of baiil. n.. ' y from 1 ( i the Treasury. If neither ol i . , mont r r rlahteous niijctii is deoniB'l k, ..mate by jv tho Administration, thu wxin'or Mr. Hour, i) M' vkm. is deprived ol iiis entin aurplm, tho f Hfi totter. I.ut the tax''i, ilun. come off wltn.ut S; delay. It Is a public otfenrv to have the 1 M proHont state of things continu a Jay ijj loiiB'r. Ii : ., Wuuif iMirl'jiu to ttMi if the present Con- jji ' firerit tbmks It can hilunl to adjourn leaving f i tuxes that Mr. Uul iwui.i, admitb will give '.j Itra ' Hurplun ot wveuty millions ut the 'j: lo ff the prent lUcul year in Juno next. l.i uatloji l.tbruries. Vifij , Hrino of our mluii"tfis abroad have bem 4 1 complaining to the Htvte Dvrartinuut about ri l tlui wi'btloii of tht U olllcUtl li! rants, and Bti'tT neknig tor an improvement. They way that B ipjjl they ar au.mully delittfi'd with a mass "f H J1 j f CoiigreHsiorihl ilocumeulu which they do not H!U;f want, whlo tho elementury toxt liooks and B.'l ' books of rofrMim which they do want to V ji tnablo them to transact their business Hj properly ate withheld from them. HrH ' Fr pxawplf, Mr. Hituu.vuAitucn, writing L ( , 'rom l,lslun July a I, lSUi), enumerutes K kt ' monB :ho hdiji of mbbub w.th which the It 3 flli of li s lection Is Incutnbtred, live Hl'i 'S , full ' f cil I'renl Jentlal m asapci, 8011 B I il f , y)d 1U ufio rep rif, odd vol -mea of A ilu'i IJ J" 1. !iLJUfl.'P 1 . 1 . ... . I '. - Wttkly lltgUUr, and worthless miscellane ous pamphlets ; while of works really useful to him as our representative abroad there aro but eoran two dozen volumes all told. Mr. I'AiiTitiDuK wtltcs from Caracas, Au gust 29, lfiOU, that he lias in his chargo a largo numl er of Kxectitlvo mid Senate d j"ii. mciits and roporte, with Houeo Journah. und other immphlcts, the accumulation of many ycarp, which nio of no uso to the legation, and arc only mildewing and rotting nway under tlm effect of tho damp cluuato of tiio country. Ho propox.s to mukn n dnnatlot) of tho entire collection to tho Venezuelan Congress, sugiri sting that they tiny In ex change return to him w of value to our Congressional library, 'i his, however, ho U Instructed he has no nuthorlty to do. Mr. Wtyu again, nt Quito, ICcuador, writing In July last, Informs Mr. Kiel! thnt ho finds among tho archives of his legation a lot of old Spanish books, which nppcar to havo been long rinco for gotten by their owner, with another heap of Congressional documents, census and agricultural report, and tlio 1. lie. Mr. l'istt, in reply, Instructs him to pick out snob book as he thinks worth ihu expeitso of packing and transportation, r.nd ssnd them to Wash ington to bo deposited In thu library of thu State Department. In thcta three cases, as probably lu thoe of our other foreign hua. terns, tho Department appenrs to bo without authority to famish tho literature needed, whllo It Is compelled to forward, at great cx fcnw every year, documents, tho mere keep ing of which Is n burthen. A profano nnd Incredulous contemner of the whole system of maintaining foreign urn bawici would on!y seo lu thew facts another lllus'ratlon of thu farcical folly of the busliKwa, Il'. ro wo hnvo been going on, year after year, paying out hundreds of thouan.ls of dollars to keep mn at tho various capi tal of foreign coutitrloj, who not only do uot know tho languages of thoio countries, and nto ignorant of diplomatic my-rtg.rlvA liut who have mt fiv.n r, MiippTlcl with tho booki from whlfih they might, if they were so disposed, pick up s llttlo learning, so as to cut a decent figure in their inter- cuursc with tho officers of the Government to which they an accredited! IIo woul l say, too, that wo hov got along so fur very well notwithstanding this defect, and ho would suggest, as tho only needful improve ment, that wn abolish our foreign utlssloufl altogether. In this 1o would havo tho 6up port of all sensible people. Let our consuls repres"nt the national interests on ordinary occasion, and on extraordinary ones let special ajji'nts be employed ; but let tho pur rots aud tho popinjays who chatter and chirp at our oxpousu in foreign capitals be dis missed at once nnd forever. So it Cor. An Instance of tho impunity with which public funds can bu stolen under thu present A lminlstratU'U Is given In the St'i Francisco correspondence of tlio Chicago Tribune. There has been n loss of scrne $100,000 from tho bullion find of tho San Francisco Mint, u fund credited to the Mint by the Goveroincut in order to facilitate (uvrations by enabling It to pay depositors of bullii n the proceeds of their dixcIlH promptly whilo thu Mint is closed for annual balances aud tho liko. It Is admitted that tho great r part of this fund has been stolen ; the defi ciency has been reported to Washington, but nothing, has liwn dona about It. A tiephew of the Superintendent, who, It is laid, tok from 12,000 to $20,000 of tho money, and left the country, returned to San Frarcitro lrtely, and visited th" Snerinteli dint ; but when tho opposition newspapers began to ask why ho was net arrested, ho dlwprwrtd sgntn. It Is not ttntcd whether he was allowed an opportunity to make an other grab. It uiy bo taken fur gruntid that the Superintendent of the San Fraiicitco Mint la rtrungly In favor of the Immediate annexation of Sau Domingo. The (.loom)' Prospect or 1'rnnce. The Mego of Paris draws near Its end The city must roan capitulate. It Is evident that the army within, with al 1 its strength its numbers am certolnlr between the and Kix hundred thousand ear not cut its way out : it must be surrendered along with tho cop. tab All thu attempts of I'ai.adi.m:, Ciia.nzv, Ilot-'iuuKi, nnd F.viimi:ni.u to crnno to tho relief S l'ar!h havo proved fruit less. TheOorman ariules, porfoctly organ ized, thoroughly dlKeijiiU.ed, and manoeuvred with extraordinary Intclllguncv and thill, aro too much for them all. Whcu PurlJ is surrendered, the number of French soldiers held aa prisoners lu Ger many will bo more than three-quarters of n million. Tho expense of maintaining ouch a body of men is something enorm ius, and for a time must subject the German con querors to considerable lacouvanlcnco; but they will exact it all back again from Franco at last. ThU war, begun to conquer the Ithenlsh P'ovlncos of Uermany and annex them to France, has resulted in reducing tho French nation lu the rank of a ajcoud-rate powor. It will tako twenty-fivo years at least of wiae and economical administration to repair tho damages Franco has alteady suffered; and du'lr.g this perWi her rolco will havu llttlo weight in the affairs of other nations. Hut it is certain that the traco of her calamities will some tlmo be effaced. Thirty Q venditioni of Industrious people, occupying a country whoHo importune) Jiuturo herself has guaran tcod, cannot be kept down forever. Franco will again bo rich und powerful j and if for tho next quarter of a r- nlury she F.tvua the ro tource thnt for the last fifty years she has eo prodigr.lly wasted upon standing armies, and If nhe devotes a part of her surplus energies to popu!aj education und thu eleva tion of tho mussea of her people, tthe will tLcn bo far richer and far more powerful than ever. B.it ill the. war etnp with the surrender of l'urlst Thnt Is a quostio" 1' '. only events con answer. If Fran": i 'lnblo in- 'o reidst tho movablo urn.!' - 1. r n. ; while hnlf a million of (tannim nro oncamped around Farlg, how will eho bo ublo to reit after thu surrender of thnt city has Mt free fur notlv.i operations In thu Held tho troops which are now engaged in tho siege? liut it Is not Impossible that tho French may ftill attempt to protract tho war lu defiance of all cons,druilous of prudencn. Ilut hi.w can tlity pro'ract It with any hoio ut aucciR T The'r rondltlou hi certainly the most dcspcralo tod the most unhappy that n great cation was evcrr obliged to pats through. It Is impotsiblo to rcganl It with out tho deettftt sympathy j and tho fact that they themselves provoked tho war, and that tho wholo nation went with Naiom:ox In declaring it, cannot chock tho wish of all thuitghtful and impartial men that tlio cur rent of m.cccss may yet chango In their favor. Hut while tho wish remains, tho recent dcfeatH of their onnles In tho field mult greatly depres.i, If thoy do not destroy, all hopo In their behalf. It Cnnniil bo Secret. It is raid that Ih Investigation nbnut to ho made into tho affairs of tlio Methodist Hook Concern la to m conducted In secret. This rrtiuot 1m don". iecTcy Is out of tho question In such a cae. Tho c'largca of fraud aro public, 'i'lie attempt lias just been mado to crush Dr. I.anaiian, by whom thepe charges aro brought, nnd It has failed. Now tho charges themselves nro to bo Invcstlgat ml, aud every point regarding tho m.mago inunt of the Concern U to I11 cx uulntd to eno If tin re am not moro and pn'ntcr frauds than Dr. I.aSviian has yet Indicated. Hut In this Investigation thero must bo nothing h' Iden, Tho Hook Concern belongs to tho Methodist Church. Millions of peoplo are interested in tho intogr ty of its manage nv'iit They havo n right lo demand that overythlng about It thitll bo known. No matter whom the truth him etriko, tho truth :imt bu made public. Tho inoro thorough and searching the luvcMlgatlon, the liettor j but there must '"? no attempt to hide either its piocefticji or its results. Tho lion Mr. Mu.noex of Ohio, in tic cnuro of Ins recent ppetcli on I'arngi'.ny, fiercely denounced the bte Dictator Unrr.z fur the inliu tnauitr be Is raid to have manlfrtted tofrnrd his rilutions. Accof'lnir to Hr. Muioc.v, tlio tyrant not only thut bi bratlicrs tud tortured bis mother, but he starred his brothers-Jo-law I Mr. UwVukN elected u mitle-t wnnllon ulicn ho conlrattuit tlio ulle;tl atin of Iitki In Ibis regard mth tli ixore btncvulcnt and humane policy ef our ewn President. We tako the following from yesterday's ' (i.n. AtrRin Plcjuo-nto, toon ifien Ofn, Gium'. Ii autui i"it Piittittnt, wj urrulnti d 9 luii'Clor 01 lull mil lU'Trnne In lli cllr ;'nrt one yjr ibrrestt r d Itil trrrel to nur raot Ini ITrmiit illHrlrt. lu either Do Klon, to riilljr Juml lied tbe eunfldjnci rcp-Jml In tarn by luli-snty unl ilovotluu to uli not)." The Tribunt bu 1 ijuccr ootion about confi dence. Ocn. I'LtA.uMTOX nui in ofllco a nliolo year as Collector of the Fuurth Dlittlct. Hit predeccrror nas J("!ifi V. IUilct. When Le currrndcrcd the cflics to Gcu. I'LEtiusToy, lltiLsr ut delimiter to tbv (loicrnincnt to the atiiunut ef abiut rlglitr thoust.nd dollars; yet ilurirj lh er that I'lfaio.itoh rrinalmd in vhaiv ef that vfilce, ho did not once dine .vcrllir di lalcution. If ruch a man jiiatlfle. the conl'i. .Ii'iicn lupcwud 111 Ii in by tku o I'omuni; power, n J ilex-ires 'promotion, Kliot ii the t.hauije of not bcliut a fool T A bill has been Introduced In tho lower Irinch cf the lllleuii General Atjviubty to t it all unin.provcd lands in pOiac.iion of the Illinois Central lUilroud Cumpauy. The bill also pro tnlvs fur U10 olU llnn of llieio IjuiU at publ c auction, in accordunco with tlio terms of the Company's charter. It lj sxpected that the Company will iiilnc a Telieineiit reeNlnnre to the passage ef tWi bill The ocea.mn is one that n-lll probably test to the utmott tho urtuj of the LegtslMure. If the follow that went for Field Marshal M' Kat II. uir.n tbe oilier day, and put tliald, had known that tlm li,!lowig paawigu in A1110 mu Waan's w ritirgs Is reallr part of Hal iiiaI)'. biomplij, lie ould not bav.i done III "Oi.Ml Q'ltl rrr"i I've luen a liroliuj IntKI.I ooal. I'm neenr e.str anil t I'v,t tot a tnutklc into tnr arms wlorli ilnn I oinke my H-l iwrtiiLI tUf 'read ol a canny bird wtien Ihi 11 out n.i.l 1 ,1 a m.n. Only i.w i.ks rao 1 etlilhill,.' In C .-I Mow h an, "i a t' .'in' loco hid 1 rutlr bin orkeiifd a i,oajllat"-oL' of tiifin lellec winch t.li troie the ahoul-Ji-r and teaobe. the mHfilr art of ai-lfitefen A nd he rntii ami .unl bo M .a rota' "1 Iri-e, lu coueVouce 01 urii ocaepylh' ted blldlk', lih a lone )ilef di;. I" 1, 'To be .ure, air 1 but 001 Willi IliM teller doc.' lie d, 'On e.' I ae. , (Hi nn l ril. IIo sou ni lu t sron.d lo lwiier?' Med, Tea, I do If Ihure It a trfiwder Lnndliit vainly-' NWuu ha .truck me 1. illfiuitlir bow in fy left ce, wl el. cap en that codctu lo at once clv f' r r. pair; but be didu't 'i"rt toe any mure I went t tlin. 1 .vent ir litai enerjtercAll. III. menu lived mir bj.and I will al.uplv ataiu ic.l fliti'en minute eler I'd r. ? for Dim in nutb- r. necin' tho proMntu "tui of nr auu upiroi:hiu' tl t nouio onto a et.ut'cr earn it by ' 'ir inr, ran 1.01 di-jr, keerftillyi 'oWed '-.Ini uir, uul eed : "v .011, yuu'ie neeu roollii' round a tbrH.iin' nuatu . 1 ou went lu al li.t end where tb.y u I Hit Alula 11, coniH uul wit i tl.e eltaw. and iht-u vol up Id I'.o ihlr cxDinjli and let Hie oo.tit trfa o-i yccmraon ' ou can lu.aeme bv UiU wbal adUljiuoalilo wrua I iiu win n I'm dsmf." Though tbe erent here deaenbed occurred vrhun IIautcad a yiuiifcr tbun be u uoiv, hit ancii lary qualuira remain unimpaired. Ifjou dua'i bchevu it, al; Livrxcrr.. The Miito'irt Pcmoi rat ann'yves the vote by vtlilrh )'J, Ocn. Frikk limn wis elected to the L'uiti'd Statea Senatu. IIo received one hun dred and two vote", and of tbeae twenty wen caci by uivii clalmlbK to be III publicans. Seven teen of llieae wero Liberal, or Uiown men, and three were HcL'i tun incn. Without there tweo. ty itepublicnns Ulair would hero got only eighty two Totca, and nculd bare been defeated. It was lu the power of tlu-te twenty men to elect Mr. HtDtilwiN if they had chosen; but they tttud for Oct.. Hi. nil 1 ulcad. Such being the case, hit elcctloii.cunnot te icgardcd at a Hcniuciutlo ricloiy. Wo regret to notico that our gallant friend hreitt Major-lieu, l'uxu I'iatt, in hit Waihlnlon ticrrciiioudencc, has lately been attacking Deacon IticiMnn Smith of Cincinnati. Deacon Suitr it couuected with a oeiripaper in thai city, and Ii so unfortunate nt to lure some nsfcouutcs of bad principles, nhoso evil conjuct baa toinctliiii'i) cual upju him aktigma wlucli Im bin nut deterred. Gen. I'iatt Iruinutoi that wIhIc recently In Wnkhington, looVmg ftra noir ininUter for tho thurcli in winch he is a deacon, Mr. Suith nui once or twice seen in the bir uf a hotel as il bo had iinne there to take a thiuk of bouio kpiiituout Hqtor. Tho fact may be so, but it cannot of ilaelt Juatify the innelusion'wliioli (ion. 1'iau ilraivi ficm it ilr. Sxith la a go'id man, and if lie hai talirn any liquor, we uro con full u I that it has been citirely from hyipeulo comiilerutioiu. Wo trust that nothing thuu.en I'iatt lias suid may lead the church In Cinviu nail te doubt the orthodoxy of the uilnWtcruham Dm cm Suitii hat engaged. It is certain Ilut to good a man wnild not employ a ba I nilnU,r, eteu if Ids wkked butinoas parluera thould try tu mislead hlin Into doing to. The appointment of one Jons L. I'aiiia iti at l'0-.tiiiailer nt Onnrgn, 111., lu placo of Jin. ItuAiKS, who hud managed the ofllec to tlio aatUfui tiou uf tbe p.iMI', lu. excited many cou jictuies at tu tho motives of tho cluugu. It wa at flrt tlinuglit tint Mm. (Ikatii hud not dUplaycd tiillieiunt InUiost in S-n Doming'! j but tlia C.u.'vo TinuJ thiuks It lu found a latlufnctory solution of tlio putile In tbe f ct tint Iticro It a ipotfd eoa;h dog now iu Watli. inglun which uatd to belong to tht ne 1 I'oit-n.uur THE DAUGHTER OF BAUNGM Till', REX A ItKABLE DirOHOB OFMltS. llKhliK X. JI Villi. A Temporary Home In the rnrndlae ef llla eontenleil Wire The l.nle.l Indtnnn Ini-qnllr-Tlie 1'ucxtlnlneil Vnaarlet of tbe (ircct Hbontunn'a Uniigbter. Cnrnirocdenco ot The bun. Cincico, Jan. 31. Helen M. llurd Is the recond daii;htir of P, T. Ihrntim, and Ii not a whit teennd lo Mm In the lore of plea. lire, fhrewilncM, anrl Indomitable will, which make htm, by hli own thowl r, the greatMt known ahowmm In tho world, t'ntorlui.alcly lor II. Icn M., nellher tho tender relv tlon of wife to n cooj hnchanJ. nor tho holy oOlre of niollirr!i-'"J. could wean thit ey lady from tho lore otcorijiH't onil f illy. She had an tinRorern ib!e rt.'rlon for adinlratlon ant excitement. It mutt have Lctn fODio loch uotlro at lote of variety which lea her, doien yean marrleJ, to teek a divorce-. Whtt e!.j could It avo been Her huiband wat Inilut cent, her home ni latnrlous, her children were cha-inlnj! bat the bid never had a dlvcrce, and tbv tho wanted and hat obtained. Helen SI. departed from the wlijom of her ptn when tho came to South ttanil to get the divorce, bhc niltbt btrt known tint II would attract moro not.ee than In a smaller or larger blaco. Bhc had not been there long before the dltcorered her mlttake. Tbo aprliihtly Mbbawaka editor made a dsfhlnj: Item other, which led her to Indite a peptlre petition to the nolchborlng rreli to reipect her privacy. Tho preee rromlted In a body, but tho moment her di vorce It obtained ' thoy wPI re.pcet It no lonccr. riouth llend, be II laid, Was rot her tint choice, nor mi. It her recond j whlen statement brlnxt the reader to tn entertaining epltodt In the Iratels of Ilirnnm't dnuiit.ter, rkime tlitecn raontlit aio a hdy ttepped oat of the eattera train at Indltntpollt, Stie was alone, but toon Indicated by her manner that the wat abun dantly able to tako uro of beraelf. Heading her check to Uie conductor of tbe flatet Houso omni bus, the proceeded In that metropolitan caravansary. It wai belore the vresent capital minaceuent, and there began a chapter of illjjojt which may be aura hied up nuJcr the tienchani headlnj cf rturiicrLr uorrid. Hie outalde antranc, by meant of ttot lead. 02 to a verandah, was "horrid." The ruhulcl odor of eoap-eudi ami rrary, at the door opened, wat " per fectly horrid." Tlio open den of a reeecttnn room was " horrid." Tho empty pat lor na "horrid." Tn renttemanly clerk" who took her name, ".'ri II. M. Uuid, NcwVoik," was "perl.ctly horrid." Tbe room u.lcned ber was alto "perfectly hor rid " Ilut the erownlnc horror mi reached when the meal, were terreu. "Uorrid" waa no tumo for tbem I rro.pectlnj aronnd .omewhat on tnebasluet of brr mlvtun, aba Irani n! that there waa a horrid Judge tn Itidianapolta, who at otien na ai.) thine turned deal ear to the rrayera anl petit.' na of Jail tii-h nincniata at borteu. Tbl fact, combln.J wlib tho 'arc, TOO nORUID TO UlStloS, decided her to laVe her fllsM. Clileun tea. the lien place where ahe reelitere I her name, and here .10 waa in a very paradise of hotelt a. w ell at of di nner., litre, too, nil cay aoclety In plenty. Hat wiliul boluied (.'Monro na J III dla.lr'..ape. l'ur ene.lt waa too murh ol a thorougnlii. It would bo pleaiaultr to to out a little Into the euintry, near cnun:h to be wliiila ealy reach of the bill, and operaa rar eusujh away pa eel cheap lirlus, Ireth rfi, and cream. A talenteal yoanj Jnnnaltit of Chl-ago, slo her friend, knew of Ju"l audi a place, whole Ibe-c wn a nun who know hem ro keep a hotel too. lie bad li'ea therein fiet, ml ho wrnt there afratu wlta the weiry Now York dove and her trunk.. The Dwlehl Home, buutb IWrni, la me model ho tel to wHlc-0 lb. uoviia nivoaci couairsioM t ent th.lr tteet. It ti a rn.tle lookinc frame Itrsc Inre, ihrce atorle. tn helxH. painted wbtto, and bavtnz treeu anuilcr. Thero are Iwnmotcit v. randah. on the eecon J and third iMrirtln 'ront. Tat lookout Ii upon it e romantic rtver or M. Jo and Ita thrlvlnr mauufietorie.. and title nl dwei'tnxt un tie bright, beiond. Hat It i the interior to Welch four pMlent revler do.lrea to be, lutroliiced. Let Mm Imagine, li en, the qilel onler, neVnevt. at' n Hon. and cood tare of a rood nn. lbn let him peo t le it with aweet yonnir ailrl- on their war to or from ItieicriAt C'atintllc ..cho-il of M, lary and w 1U1 .lud.'Lt. of Notre Dame ; let Mm put In a tine .prln tclliift of commercial traveller, nnd afewrexnhr boarder. , and he will have IbelJmlahl Home In his inlnd a. It la .en nlmot aur Uni day. Mo Mr. Kurd toaad It in the antnuin of 1WI1. and .lie waa loitunate enouth 10 aeruru a .utte of tin orc'ttpied room, on t lie ilnra floor, Tl.rie al e ba.1 KKml.ned with fre-ih paper and ralnl. and furnl.lieil will every article of lovory flora a plauo to a clicnr nobler, lleliold her. then, .nualy quartered umlnr tbe eavei, a ei.amt er and parlor opt nlnx on a .hart hall, wiin a curreepondlnc chamber, llkewl. open InK on tbe hall. ie.ervel for tun u ul a irlend. KronL : Chamber. : J : ? i r l'aa;eway, 3. F ; S : : " : : t Oumi : : : Cnameer : : Hall. Tim Grtar cUAwaaa was cfen oeeupM. There .ometlme. r.poied the joarualttt ftooi Clileaio. When b arrivel thero uaa re.olclne ; waen ue liepirln l Uiero u rvlel. W en no cou..i uotcoto her abe would come lo him ; uii ouce a a wul e. ho came hden we.h betider Ini maw of flnerv, tileb he danced out tn lue arUlocratle niton nt Waba.b avenue. (Jiiec a "kooJ fuonu" Iroai Wajlilnrton, Ita. ton, or Sew Yirn turned out or hla aavto cheer the loneb cxtte liut llieru were hours and a.y. that bans heavy uu bet hauda, and alio waa driven to tbo .trail nf rt.AYIr.-Q CUID0A0X WIIU THI CLtlll. Thli utveralnn fnilod her al buy eoa.unt, and nhocj"! about In tor in mil lor a rieady object of liu.resl, Ut a atrause aori ot vairary. the ivaclotie laJy piuhed uyon a louue stuileut of ureit loam Inn end melancholy tnanuttra a tall, .lender fel low, ol irraccful c itlase, and a beautiful held uot uniao Hawthorne'., but with more of DoeilcUreln trie laic, brown eye. ; uut-biown hair, olive com plexion, tare nose, anil full bol decisive lips, completed tha outline of hit beardless laco. lio had, ollb (real rei.on- of maouor, one of tbe sweet est voices evu IitUsno.i 10, wmcli wat tn marked contrail with hi. fair vuilaver. Her voice la heavy in I deep lirtater ronlrett, klloneth.r, cannot well be imiKlnel. bhe I. almost llyrou'. Ileal 1 dumpi wunikii, aud I wuudorfuilv tike bc-rfatnoue lutlier. bbe bit the aa'oit llrou; toalurot, and even nwre emetlunal evpreiilon. It wnnid b- teitloua to relate hosr the Interest bivan . t ut liinK belore tl.e urui ni tier divorce pro bation ended II iiuoutilvd lu an lulatuation. 11 .reined Indeed lo uave tak.u entile pori.es.lon o llil. I.oiated woman, bliu hat no more vl.it. from fi lends on II o wing lie nueit clumber I. ile tertcd. bho comet no more tu Cnlrao. bli. it nn no laoie In Imnn lull.; but lail aat ago alio woul nundieeta of.miie. away to ibe houiouf mourn lua wLir. tut reman or inn Mew lovs lav Cea 1. A rhince has come over her llfo. Bho It qolet tud feutio; eien Lcr lolce ba. tulienoj and inilluwod. lima no t'aoujjt of the balrnt alio left bcLlml liuultehert .Mas, no I In concluding tats treaty o' (epemlun v.- euebt 1I1 dlvurco amounts to -ibu hnsband asked : "Dona uol .Mrs. Ilurd want the children I" ".No." " TU e'.dctt dauihter," no contlnitod, "ahc ti a larno alii iinw does not ber mother want her! bhe has grown 10, .110 would bn cou:panr lor her.'' 11k. liaiil'. repreaeniative was forced to repeal thai kho did not want nny of her children, liiio if I net waul tho care, nnd coutidered them la good brums, The end Is not yet. What wat the ineliii lor tills divorce, that It coul 1 nut be nbtalLed lu Now Voik, nhviu II proii. iny lie-Ion. edt Thu petttiou retdt at follnwi : ?rr' ot' niflami. St. Jowh t'u'.nf, - Id the t:nuri oft Minien fiiar. Jjuuurv Teiui Itnl -ileiuu II lliri att. eauiuvl It. Jturu. tumpl 1011 tor disoine. To Hi. IIoujiauIu luilea t ti.e e uit ul t uiiiiu u I'lea.. : llili ii il. llurd i-emplaini ut banniel II. llurd, aim nu,i tlue .tu- tin' .a I iaii.i.tr, aid tail deieadaul w.-ia married on U10 S"U day 01 liciobei, .km 1 thai eiee.it as niMeinarier sniie I Miry have .01 lUuod 10 be anj 10 ihled tear her as huihwiid anil wile. '1 1. at 1 he if bate 0.0a l m or rail raarrlate three cbiidi-en now -tifrd riit.peeilvi ly elybt, ton, and tweUe raia. ami DiAt pi li lilt Ii not and hai t-eeu for one )er pnor to the cnnimei.cemi'nt j tins arion a res Jeci ol kl. J-tepl. e.ioniy. 111 iim ai.uo 01 India ia. And p aii'tili avei- lb .no iwys.u fai ui ul ber lay, elci oiled hrnsir as a nuiiit'i, ami ArrieTibXATi wirt, tint titslnt IT avers that iltfenlant Is ol I r 11 ,n plain, t.rr, an I in dieieiit and uncuaxenial iiup .111 in. aud la coussqueiioe tiureoftai nut, tat leiati.tn t'lt.ilnir lieiaieu a.e piamiiir au.l daluaauat ba been u suaruo ut uultaj 1 lUuta to p.aint ti. Thu tlui ilete.it. vti! did. a I r.irtlaie aro, tile down Into a pei 11 aiiu'il I'Uliki 10 11,0 nlaintilt an thai lor 111 rt tlniu O.e )e.ir pu-t he liar c 11' nasi y li-lr- ti . with eohtn.M and (or tliul ii.ace ot line bh. nut eui.nirled and ki pt eoiup-niy Willi pli.linlil 11: a LimIiuuI should. 1 but about bvu e.rv vo, IIiouk'U lesidiinc lu Hi-, mine houiu ullhlbe plilm il, tlio duteniisni Un 11 ai kuUi ued tier bod. and It. al ium I lit u llit.t bas b, en uv Couiuluuou Ik U 1 en ilium, 'limi bricaiou 01 tueli COLUMSS ANU 4LIKMATION, lb. life of plalntiu as rendeied mlierablii. and ibe beeamo very mueli ilrprru' d lu spin 1 sod nralib And plalnnuav rs that lu the surutner and tall or tbe sear IKW pluiuurr anil drf mlani ire reililim lu Uli'isii'ioit, Ivau- anj lbs diauln Ltd Uiui reuioia J th.rtrrom to tbe city of New Tor, and eld take wrtrt him tbe said three children, and has amce that time kept laid children In New York away Iroirl tlaloliLr, and has hid no Interroorae with elalotot, but woolly aepta-alesl and alienated from ber. And t ne pl-iluitir avers mat defendant note rernes to allow ber. (be plaintiff, to have any communication with her children, and does debar aud rrohlbll tnem from receiving Icltcrt or even pictenli from Ibe plain- And plaintiff avert that by rsasen nf the (net. afore lam, .be. the plaintiff, Is satirfled tint II Ins hriom-Imfos-icln that ahe. the plamtin", and raid ilrfeu'lant enn evjir be reeontfinl an. I live happily t iir-ihrr Wiicr.tore plalnilir pran thai the be dlrorced fiom derendiint. and li.tve oih-r t-rorer re lef. A.MJtUso.N A IIUIUIAi.Li.i'lalntlfri Attorneyt. Tho under will tee by tho abovn that It wat a wicked rAt.sr.noon abonl Mr. Ilnrd oft'irlnj any or all of the children tn bli wife, bin tayt bo would not let her ecu ti.cm ; rhe ouvht to know. In pursuance of law, upon tho flllnf nf the above petition, the Clerk ol ML Joseph countv. (loo. W. .Ma'lhert., Is.ucd a itrlt to tho Hherlll ol eald Cbtitity, cominandinx lilm to emniuon Nunitel II. llurd to up; ear in the Common l'leai Conn on the third Mon lay of Jannarr, IHI, to answer to the ornplalnt of Helen M. llurd lor dliorce, bearlnr dato South fend, Nov, l'J, 1310. Atiswna TUkntio. cjf of Xve York, Covnty of Xtxo Yort . Wlltlam . Hase.belne rirty .wurn, drpnira and on till o.ilhlns. that on tbo '.'Oili day of November, l70, he letved llila lummnni on Hamnel II. Ilnrd. by rraCitE Hit iniuo 10 him (and t'lvmn nim a copy thereof), In the City ana countv t( New lurk. Sit 'scribed nnd sworn to before me, the undersigned, n n. tary pnbllnof and for the city aadrnuntvoi Srw lutk aforesaid, on the I'Om day 01 November. ISIO. Wlmciainy band and teal. VM. K. M II.M., Notsry rnbl'c N. Y. Co. The defendant was also warned that depotitlont woulj he taken lu the case "tl Wcdnciilay, 11m KOtli day of Dcrembcr, 1870, between tho hoars ot H A. M, and f, 1'. it , In the Fifth Avcnne Hotel, New York, continuing the taking of tald dopoillloni rroul day lo day until couiploled. Tho cepoiltlons taken wero fonvarded and pub llihed tbe day beforo the one art for tho trial ; they wero tnkm possee.lon of by platnlin'i attorney until tbo rase came nv for trial, v.hlcb waa tbo aile-ruo.n or tho tiOlli, Instead of the morning of thu 13tb. HOW IT WAS MANAOED. Half a dozen divorce rasesi wero on the docket, iletween tbe- tolling aildo ol ono and tbo grantinr of another, the euro ot 1Kb n JI. a;i. Mamui 1 II. Huid was .only calle I, Tho petition was rn.ii! In a ch ar, fctidlblo voice, bnt when It cume 10 Air. Hard's al tornc). Mr. UuoUir, lie dl I col ..piwar. Tho prose cutlnz alturucy went ibroneli tbo form as below : The Distttel Attorney foranssirr to plalntlfTi com plaint, tayi bedsuletnll tlielaeis I herein let f.nlli. N. II. UKbS, Hlitnct At.oruey. Then followed the harried mumblm? over of the riepu.ltlnn., which, for all thnt was beam tlx feet off. intflit bto proceeded from tie bocl. ot tho earth, lty moms or an ear trumpet. It wotyatteied that the first ccporent was an aunt; tbe name was Inandtble, bnt ILat t. of no consequence. The aunt Ksllfled that when Air. Hurdwaa inutrtcd be did not talulc his bilde. He did not after vs aid ay .ier the attention he thould. He frequently dined awav Iroin home. He lived on his wife a pmpcril'. Hal out made any provision lor her 1l1.ee WJ, tin co.vorcr or tiik wirs was all the time perfectly rood. M...y Johnson, nurae, New Yuri, deposed that pl.1i1.lifl and dcfend int had slepl aeparnlely lor three ieurs. He was not klud am ititril out nl2.1t.. il ry waa ol tbe opinion trial ! (conciliation was Im- po.Mblr lllin Howe, who gave her : as 43, wi. Ibe neit wltne-'. She discovered a cbsnito In llr. Uum'e condui t toward Ms wlte four or live year. :ig. Kho entered tlra. Hard's room nnvipectedly one diy, and found her In tears llrs. Hunt admitted mat me was very unhappy at ber I nsband't treatment, bhe dccltrca sue would rather live In a carrel with a mix who LoTuD nen than dwell In a palsn In strlle, or wbst was worse, In the coldest tndillerencc. iter husband had ro (t..cd to take her to d.ne. He never auoncd any regird for lur. David Y. Uhermtn, of Itrldgeport, certified that defndint w.oj often absent Iroai hoaie; went ire qurntly to watering places wllbont tikliic his wtle; In 1-VJ left llrldgeport aaJ took his clnldrcu to Now York, MVtt MtNTIO.'SKD TUB NAM! ofhliwlfe: The children wero not allowed to ate tliitr niotner or teceh e littrrt ,'iom her. Ho laJ reque.tta Utponont to use bis 'lullueuca to i rtvtnl I er Ironi cmlng 10 New York. In the course of bis evidence II treated thai air. llurd, wlio an. oii.er wltuiss snore did not support bis wife, was living la oer houso In New York (the nuebir litber g-avc 1 er, and that be DalJ ber rent lor It to tnu uuiount ol fa,U0per annum. 1 i.rre were minor details la tbe deposition, thai might be of some Interest to jonr readers, but tuo moment toe dtcrre was granted the clerk reachel bis baud over lor tbo paper, and Uiev wero tone. Tl.ev i".ln, prared a K by utclc ; whether In lle folds of the inadamr'i .Ire- s or In a local fide pocket does not apuear. Il cerulnlr look. ver in picloui. llr.. llurd w .is puienl, looking slraDely a;lt jt.d Tre Jodie grunted tbo divorce at "lue, and ..u robed back is a lairLigo lo her hotel a Ir.o woman. l'UVM), A tlOl.l) M1.C. The Old lint Cross 11 Tbo Aged (Scnllciimn ssbo Curried his Ilotttn tt Itli HI111-" JI) Jo, Il le icicle f Irum lAi i.ia Dranciieo UntltHm, Jjn. . We hare rcceired from lleury W. lliglcr, eno of tbe men working at Sailer's mill tn 113, when cold wa. discovered there, the following Interesting; leucr. I caaVd as below, which It lull of character, nd U-r ibternal evidence of perfect truth : t'AnviNuTON, llavlt county, l lah, I lies-, lbs, f lire and ADrz.sTcnxs or jauls w. jtaitsiiAix. 7bl Aibbir or ilu JSJ laneeseo ,tlln Hutliln. Deau Hun The aoro inutlcn I aaw about three Uiunt'ia lnod In the twenty. lulrd buniber anil HI tee'iitb toititae of your piuer. and a 1 una tueio re lirreJ lo as bilng one ol the mill bauds, who, 1 alive, could .ab.Untl.ile tbe Accuracy or 1110 ui-rra-live. I chrerlullr gne my testimony, although It Is al a very lain hi.or. tK-oause I feel that 11 is u duty I owe to Mr. Marshall, aud perhaps lo ll.u public. I have uol .ten tl e work teferrcd to, neither havo 1 .evti uuy pemoa who told ibey bad. I wus one of tbo men at work at Colons at the lime tho gold waa found b) Mr Mars mil. 1 wei remember when lie iintayoting Indian for J.nies Hrnwn 10 rend htm a plate, ltrown it as 011 the tup ot a saw pit ; bo jumped down, taring: " 1 wondir what .Marshall wants with a tin plate J" Aflerwe ban quit oui mo . work, Mr Mavhih eunie Into our hnant). snd told us he boiievtd be liad louud yold, M.d dlreitod 111 own anJ myself to shut down lie biid gate early In tho morning, and throw dirt lu and leaves so as lo completelj ebut off the water, wbtrh we did, whllo Marshall weul alone uuwn .nio tuo tail race. lu a lew nucules he came back with a most pleas ing smllo on bts face, carrjtn: h(s old wnite bat tn Lis aruir, laving : "Uo), bf . 1 beiluve I baio lonnd a gold mlue !" At Ibis timo bu out his ntl on the work touch that stood iu the mill yaid, and ll.u mill hands all inhered In an lu.iaiii : aud there, sure enou.li. tn tl.e top of ids hat crovn (the top knocked In a Imle) was tee pure meul ; bow much I do uul kuow rerlups ua ounce. One of our company, by ti e name ol Azaiiah S nllb, oulleJ out a 0ve-Ooli.tr gold piece, und compare I the com wild tho particles, there was a ultfeicnce In tbe looks, but this wta ac counted lor on account ui the alloy In the colu. Any of na would have been willing to base boen sw rn and le.tllied that what Jauiea W. Martha,! had lytn on tbe lop of his old hat crown was olJ, aithoju none of us bad ever seen gold dust boioie. home three or lour du) after Ibis, Marshall went down to Suiter', fort '.0 no about rrub, -aid lo havo the mineral tested. IIo was anno four tiara. When bo relumed, and was iuiM what be umdo oui ol inemetal,hlsro,ilv waa: "Ob. boys, by ,11 Is the pttio .turJ. I and the olj f'jpuln tockesl ourte vet up. and was halt a dar trying it) nil the outsider wondereJ what in hell was up, and surmised that f had foun 1 a quicksilver 111I.1 , fur you sec there Is a quicksilver mine inund br u woman dawu toward Alenterey i but we lt thetn sweat. We fonntl II greed with the euctclopcdia, ind we applied aqua fortis, anJ It has no'uing to do will) II. We I leu rlKhed It In water by balancing me dust egalort H.vir on a pair ol scales, ui Ino air, having a basin ui wuter. ne lit tue scale, aown, ami when It cume In contact with Ilia water, by , tho cold went down and the .liver up (moUoned it out wi n bts Iwnd'O. snd mat told tho story thai It was the rlesrstutf." He then said Butler woald be up In a few dar. to look and examine the race, Ac. In a lew evenings .rierward M rsnall camo Into our snaniy aud told us that clutter bad cotno -, that ho was up at thu other bullae. And now, boy,," avid be, "wc bare all gul t llttlo gold Cusi. 1 motion thnt wo all give llenr) (mjsell ; some, and ill the morning, when you shut ot!' tne water, I.t bun (Henri) lake It down knd sprinkle It all uvnr me bu.e rock. Not let on lo ll.u olj gei,i.ei.,iine,sutlei 1, and II will 10 esclte blm tll-l ho will set out his bmile and treat, for l.r 'ilwu.it cir.ki Ida bot.le Willi lilm " Ho nett nion.lng early, e.ore 1 10 01 1 gentleman csme down, we aid as Marshall propose 1. Ja.twtho mill ha, d. were lh.l.t ,tiu Lrctkiart we aw the old gentleman coming .tu' bin; alan ti'i his cane In his hand (a well illeunt old geutlcnu, tun), Ml. llur,ull un one slue unit Mr. Werner 011 ti e nliier. butter tn the uiltliile. As Hie ne ri J our fhiinty we went out and met ihem. A lcr ahakiu; bands nnd rk.sing the comuinu nalutatt u, we wuiu an lnvitm bv butter und Martliall to 0 along aud have a ruural tirispecilug 111 the race. Just i I, is time one 0' Hr. eruor's llttlo boy., not knowing what w.i. np, went on jnead und pic, cd up Hourly uiery (uttleie, and camu runnlni back iiear.y out til breath, ini'otlog us, and exctalmltig j "bte hero, now mucn 1 liavu found 1" ha, ing, rer hups, II. ly duliars'iwurtli In his luiitl j aud we dato not s a wotd le-.l the jUkO Uuuld be lound ual, aud wo lu-e our liquor, Tho old genlleman, us siKin us tie .uw what Hie bov had, tlirnit hi. cuno Into the ground, .aslnjr, " Ily Jo, Il Is -leh " llmv. oier.wo ail went tuto the race tud lonnd a r.u nber ol iiaiiic.ts, and Irom lhat day forward gold began lo be futiud tn oilier places best les llu , . 1, rare. I alvlsed Msnhml to nnrrv Hint girl who fonntl the qmeksllvcr mlue, If tl.e was ilne.o or unmarried j lur, k.dd 1, If this is what tl e tail turns uul to be, I wonder wn at the held w ill be t The ' I.11. unit Ad ventures of James W. Marshall,'1 su lama he being the first duoieier of I .ui'orui 1 told. Is ail Hue, utidbufuu.il It as lou repretei tej In 0'ir paper I.' what I bate writtm n au) use to too or. Mr Marshall, ;ou uiu al libe'it) tn make uie of It. IlliNItY W. lilol.nit. Ihmeroy'i DtmOt-riU It uow published hnio wrcL'r. It,., printed on bu.dieaie paper, and In clear, largo tvpe. Anion? the Democratic Jourutls of the country there ts none with a larger circuit Hon, and none that baa more 10 alar tVaUiree to , secure U I I0ST OFF DOVISH ST. TIER. A HATVlWAt yiOHT'S SI'lll'.U, HJT1I A TltAOtV r.MUXIl. A Hi niggle with n lleesrnlna Weruaa 1st lk Uncle o I Pier 'It A Hcnmnn'is srn.istloot while I'rrnlng fnllnM Arreted on ritie plclon One .tloro I'nfottitnntr. Last night a St'N reporter culled nt Ibe K"rcnlh Ward pollc (tnllnn and had an Interview with tie threo men who an ender arreit on suspicion of causing the death of Hi 'la Slcenca On Snn.lay Ilrlh's rrnily wn fonnd off Tier 17, tnA. win tatten to tbe Morgue by the poller r.f the "erenMi Wsrd. It rtas Identified by a talHf mnie,l Wilson as fiat of Bella Meenea ot r erry sir"-!. Wilson .ah! thai ho laft uw Ihc woman Ih company with Delos "m'th of the eonal heat Hen is icy, and 011 tils !-prerntiitlon Hmltlt wat arretted jetetdif on suspicion tnd held to await the action ol tho Coroner. Hnbe qnmtlr John Ward and William Wooley, ef tho tame canal boat, were arrested on suspicion, Wil ton, who Identified the woman, te al-o detained In the Madison itrcct polled station as a witness. The CI' reporter first called upon Ward and Woolcy, Tbejr were non-committal. Tory evident ly looked npon the reporter with true sailor tut plclon, for they would give but little Information. Word, Ibe more Intelligent of the two. laid thit he nnd Woolcy were In the cabin of the canal boil at 12 o'clock on Saturday night, when they m Jdeuly heard a iplaih and gurgling sound as of A SUOTHgnLU SCREAM. They Instantly ran on deck, and saw a woman and a man struggling in tho water, 1 ho tnau tt.ey recog nized as Deios bmlth, of their can boat, aud they hi limed lo rescue hint. lie 1 ailed lo tbem to thru Mm a rope, at he hud a woman there, and wanted lo make the line fust around brr bodr. " He npo told us," raid W.tnl. "(0 h try tip, is ,t ws so cold lhat he couldn't h ld on to tier much nncr." Tne Sex reporter then iske.l whether any other woman wai on board tl.e boat when the) heard tlm eplash, tnl lo this Inqu ry he i-otild eel bo satisfactory ie ply. Ward ackuotsledred that Atl. nAvps wran o a smnr?. and bad been itiir'ing that night very heavily. From tbe coll In wairh Ward and Wo"ley wero C0nflud the Fvh reporter went to that occupied by ll.los Hmlt'i. He Is a fine looking Ainerh-m sailor. He Is tntetllztul, ready 111 bis conversation, and uses. eooJ lanuage. " Well, Smith." esld the reporter, ' what Is yoor verlon of IMs ntlv w tl sir t" " Well, nr. 1 hardly ar.nw whil to nay ! tbe whole thing is as mueh of a mvs'.er) to roe n. 11 Is In you. All I know is that .'n Katurday nlcht Wo.,le, Want, am! myself wero 011 board Ibe canal boil at 1'lcr St. We had been bllKKISI Ite.tVlty ALL t'AV, and on our reiurn to the bol, bid brou;St a wo man from Cherrv .'t.ei well We sat In lie cabin at atxiut II oVlotk. whn Ibis wnm.n told me logo and get another, as she dl.ln't liae to stay luire abne. I dioi'i teuieai'er this wotuai's name. I started tuns-,1 Lhirry.iii.it. and loun 1 this wo man lielht. She Hurled lr tl v host with ate i but when she gut on the pier, ho backed out, and said rho would not go any further ti iirss I pioved to her teat there was another svnpim nn baard the boat 1 told her to wait there while 1 wut on board the Soat an I got the other wonitu to come on deck .'im -hi. a heiae-lf. I had Just r.uJied the gangplank, when I berrd a " ..ifsg" avp ri rrrta In the water helm d me. I turned and saw the wo man in the water a'onu-ele the pier. IJumoed l-uo a sro-ll brat anj svtlh my lcl and hsbde padd eil the boat to wreie .he wat struggling. bai the paln.er waa not long enou li aud I couldu't teatli bur I then law her drin si.iwly under tae pier '..1 1 knew then If I would stve her. I tnusi ro overotard, so without anotner Bi'irii" hes'tjiiu 1 over I went. It was bitter cold an 1 1 no soonei 'track Cic surface again than my clothes bs-aan lo tl'lfeu. I a.u A GOOD aWIUULK, bnt of coarse was much clorgsd with l.iarybont ami pea Jaektt. Hiever, I gold hold of the wont in with one arm. and tried, to teach a p"le with Ibe otter. I Si ally did .0. und got my legs .round It, bnt II w.ie lllto a r'ensetl pot; 1 conMu't l.ohl on. Weoley .nd Ward. h".rlng the noie, then came on deck" anil thror me a cennle of IP es, but I li..d no e- lux tn inllng"rf. and I eoin.'ii't in ike n bowline to put around tue woman. I still lad Iter buoyed uo bymyrirht arm it ten callinl ( 'in men to trow n.r . big bowline, so that I could Mp it over brr shou.dcia. Wbau U.ey wrru making tha bow one, I had a rtnr rrss-v rggitso come over tue. a kin. I ol n rls-a-tut .en:'llin. I saw ttuwets an,, beautiful shitlei trees, ai d brunt birds tin, and I let) into a kind of dreauiv sta ler I kni-v then 1 lilt I was Iri-ezlng to de .lb. and 1 made a triuiendous eifoit to gvl the wot an out truin uitj.r Ibu pie-r. 1 us4 tnv teet ind tnt u lew iar,!s when her eb tl.e iriptmil tuiitnl a iule and CkllChl oil rpiUr,, I trtel lo luo.vu hrr, bnt mv hands wete Krle- Ily de id. It wan uo use, knd 10 to rave uiy.e I I let her go. liep.trtrr lb I il.ewou.an speak at all during jour effort. t,i save herl biuilh Not a word. 1 think she was tTts.Mu uy arittgisu ..wsiu.'., whcu the fell, and ber lotluM kepi be. Irom tdek In ir. lteporlr Were oa very drunk, Ktnttb? tji'iith -lib. 1,0, sir; 1 had my wits ub nt tne 1 leuii-mtier eserithmg etleelt) now lw. s.-ry stnpldwben first snesteel, and on Mondavi was kiiss p uairy all day. lltU'i iir llnwdo you account for ti e woman's getting oveiom-d? Smith I (Muk when I h it her to go nboard Hie bolt, .be went lo sit down on Uie strleg-pieee ot the wr.ar . or ilse to si 11 d upon it to get a Miter Me 01 the deck of tf.e host, l ucre Is ervie, si-cb as lleru-e mr I iii-ling things, Ijlng rujnt alt.ugside the trim pisco. und afow leoi Irom it. alio trii'ped over Ibe cian-, arncik. vug edoe or vna wnenr, and fell ovirboard. 1 ne i. itctmen of the Seteatb Ward bavo no notion that Smith lutimted Lie woman any h i-nt or Ihiil be .. (Miecitv lnstramenl.il in hie d. tn. Thev iHnk. howetrr, thai lie H cnl.ah!e tn not re potiit.g u.u druwnlue; but when 11 is conndsre 1 that be ipint iie.-r. un hour In ine wjte-r boldiug list '0 H't dead woman, tl r eall) explained way be si-ould not rerori the l- uial'IS). Ti.e nun vas In bed lecvetlng from the ternblo .trait' on I.I. system With hit comoaulou., how nor, the Cs.e 1. dIHerent. The Coroner will Investigate tne rnvste-ry to dJ. 2i.ii(itii:n tun rty. YYrilJcil In a llugk-y ul Mliluluht A Cmplo hIio ss nittil not " IlncL. Out." Fiom tiir Ijnlnci Jltrmd. The quiet community nuiiul about Hen How, 9 stnal, (uwn In Marion rountv, llo , at oatlwenti fire mil.', iroin luis city, is lhiot.n kui 111 Its cuslon, ary even cha..iiil iwe or Ureo dsii since, tnd 'it In oilal agtl itlon, bv tie rxiraort.intrv mntrininn.al treat 01 ahtjilr esiermed touug cotinle. In which p.ueg l.ad more to do than mutual all.--enou. The .etisstluu r insisted I ibut the partus did 11. t wtnt tu mairy, never intended to m ary, end had no Idea of what bejr weiu doing until tlio wedding wai a tact, tne result uf a TitorouTLras pauk. The particulars a obbil ed fuen a cnrretponilenl .how innt lue 1 oitple, Joseph t'lilpuun and Mist Nuntno Hutchison, one etenlns tt.e nrosenl wee-k, weie paselug tbe time in a cvnre.-e.lloii Uiu lait vtmony. -slihoui, however, any teriaus Import. During the tlU a till llr. 1 hlianai. ta.mtntie-sl m.ido the bol lh.it ho cuulJ htM Ml., llulclnron nut In getting uiarneu. Mus llub-hisen retirie,l thai be cnuld nol 11 1 uni tnlng of Ii r kind, and dial leu.ed LI, 11 10 a trial. Tl.e tiung men dehor 1 1 ut he watt U not go bark on wii-t he nad s.itd, ami tint ti ere would ee a we Idiug 1. al utgnt uuitss s.ie ron rlnded lotakn back the eliallenge. Ti e yriti g lu.ly wasdlsvosoi to itefy Uie young man, and while miner rontempUted any tetloua eadlcg to the ail.ilr, ne.luer wot'LD Gtvg rp. Tbe bridegroom lo be thought that when the or deal camo the lidv woulj husilaie; the lady be lieved, lor very racllent reason., thut thu vomit man, when the lea, 0 one, would int bis chullengo at d po.tpntie tbe aereiiiuuy. H.iw much oolh wore mistaken was ie ilaed belore 111 my hours had passed, ll.u input ne. t, xt thee ws uuuutiu rity cuuipstent tu perioral the ceremony neater ihnu Euirrtui,, lour miiu. away, wbete a mlui.ler resided, llioioting man piope.std 10 ko alter a dtr.)iiiun uu,l bavt the nupiia . c lelirated tha. ni.'bt. I nn young ludv, n, 10 be outdone lu propositi., 11, declared the woulj ae conipiiuy 1,1111, aud suto titnu ami trouole. Tl.e cuu p r lei. home in a I ucgy, Isle ul lllitht. lor lhm r.o... wiin no Inten.lon of ll.utuu u. prmcipals 01 a wed oing, am' leaving Uelr ttqnnlntJiircs lnu ihitig ul what tliey deemed a first-tale joke. Arming at liu oiioiu. uult itr ol the parlies was prepureu for sun nder and eieb deU-rn tned to see ho far tlio otuer would go The minister wai bunted up and got In reudlness, and at mldulthl, amino in tu bionr. he words wero said, the parties Joined, ond tl.e beoeitleiion poiionnta-il befors' 1 ley reullzel Uie kltuatton, What makes Ino olf.lr tne moie Inter, eetlng I. tbe report lluil tuo bridegroom wai en gaged to be nt irieutoa young 1 d of Uw neiz . bor. ood, aud Imei ded a id ilennnl to fti fii the em.. Irsct. He i II, e .on "I 11 welhlu do tilut lespt-cted Inriner, mnl will It Is b. pint, proto a good bus bind The conple, 1 .0111 It married when Iney did 101 wint t, b vt iti-tciuted to ueeept Lie snua tlott un I make the timet out ot it 1 liuugb uul nod 011 a deie, mnj thev never lave uaulu to irgiet thill miduuht uuplios. nir snit tb A sad Okg. ft-'Di a part) reding .t'Uen How we learned yitlerday that liiv putties to tue wedding thai o cmrul iu to ,t town a few ilsvsrlnee, uu uecouuluf wlIiIi was puhhol.su itstei nuy, uru 11 sail pre tllciin.ciit. 'Ibe eriele. wasiugukeJ to a yottug iiisu In thut vicliilt),.tnd v.ii. to h.uo been, and vipsctnl to be, murilcd to him in May. Hie brblrgroum war, as unied, betrothed to ui.otbor lady, kkd Ihu lupilall were to hutu been celebiatod lu a faw weuKr. ibu banter w 1 icli led 10 ibu unexpected weddl gwm made al a partv at which wero the bride that Simula ,iavu been 01 In bi idcgroom, and Urn urid-gtooui to bn 111 the Lu nit-, thinking kl lh lliuu that 11 was a good Jo.e. Com ernaliuii ,ire V.lls auioiig the lour uiosl inieri.ted, who do urn al prs-acui .t ti etr wsy ..nt ..r n dl- -ree-blii e.ni.ar rassiueut, lite muirled couple h. v not as yrl treated the nurri.ieo as rea.lty, and are wailing Jl tbtlr resiecilve home, uuttl toniu wai shall be round tu relo.se iheui lion, ihetr 'IIDIcu ty 1 he mar rluge was regular at d irgai and so tar there 'ippear lu bu uohsipior lie tkuilct, who art torety dj-.U-.lked. .1-1 nrsiiK.ista, f A Virginia girl of Id liai riled of l.e- es,..t, j ben at a Itlchmob'l boaidlnz ichool. I A Detroit man abot al bit wife's Mini. tha I other n'ght, thinking It a negro hstrgrhlejlar. J I A eign aituouneing " The Vacuum Cure" f I I hnng out from tht wlrdaurot an eating Louis 1uLc.k doa. Illcliiiiond, Va., boasts that of Ibe 1.40Oof i her dlizini who died in T0, only fuurdieuui auius ptrtncsi. "Is (hct a tweed overcoat!" imputed n frl'ndnf a llohemlan who was iliher'm; ., .print duster. ' So 1 It'sii frieao!" - All tue islands in Lake Uric ate ti.i.s ,cl,. i with ti a'os.tlir ice ciimcetlng with this niuiu an ll elci; very hr,t -,cd perfcctl.v sr,, A Mitirie paper nserls Ihlt " N.tth .1 ; stet son, of li.nh mi, recs lily lost a vahia'lc e.., nhtt. Jng i-wnllotvol adarnlne ne.dlo." Tbo I.ondun Ttljroph 1 the tro-t tvldelf circulated paper lu Ih.gisud. Iho'n Julyliu Dec, ad Itl rtsll7 Issue nrersieti itn.sju enplei. Over 10J.O0O men, colliers, railwa.i bands, ando'ltcra, are said lo have been deprited ,f inpliy. mcnlbj'the PenniTiV.ir.ta rnalstilke. A Micnlgau doctor disinlslcd his servant girl f"r sptlnktbig osliei nn a sl'ppery ptaco lu fiom of h's rcttdenro to the detriment of baetccit. , A backnoodi paper spiukt of a new porni by " Timothy James," from the pen of the dls.nikUuihc'Cl aotli.ir, "F IlreWlartt." s,ui b is fame. Ilanktitplcy is becoming fashionable unjontj j the llr tuh ailetocrtey. Tbo laiest victim Is II liarluj Orn, y, a represents Ivo pi-er of Hcotiaad. Tbo linn. Mrs. Velvet Ion (Lady Aemimoro) hai turubaae.1 a (aim m Ultsaoutl, and Intends to te rrain thero. Iter only omp.inioa Ishertnktt. A confidiiur Kansas City hiisband bonded lite w-lfsflie to buy b.rtelr a Cannulas pruto. I. Klic lu., vcsiid In a yonnttttrk aid iwa railroad tie. ... I A lady In Fond 1I11 I,ae, Wis., tlipped ou tha Ice and nrnke her leg, and Irw ilr.t remark she macls fl afieriheaccldcutwai, " I uaJer If Harry w 1 ' rnirrje. If me now I" If Dclegntct from tits Oneida Community kavsov IE Urn evainlnl-g s'les In tue vicinity ot IVtri '1, with a tl view to tht location of a similar" conmun 'y" ntaa A that cur. f A oorTesponrlentof ZlaH'i.triitm resieo theoi 'nlon 'hat tht lma.ner.it!. waur co r-vsmt J Iskrscf Xfalne in licit) that O01 deslgtu that State A forttullaritiitsl 1 I A Vfrmontcr.c.illini; himself lhrrion.l. Oor. ' don,.Tlndled a Weslora firmer out of li). by tinting ( up the flsrcss of some sheep, and pu'iieztbeiiiotTaf, a rare Impartea breed. Thj tlloux Citjr (lovra) Joitnul learnt that n recent wb'rlwUut nearsuiUiitel.! luddemy tnolr a nocid ol eh.ckrat uu qui of siztt. Tnoywere nsver leeia slier leaving the giouLd. Here's the way a Vermont Dulcliuiau tf knowlcUel tl.s rsl Jruof s loit p wki tbook conialnln.T , tauOi "Uob, you is ono boael man 1 1 tells ou wbao I Ii do I'll shako you for da lager." The credulous Califorcnatu, in their lottery fever. bave lrt.ii buying llayal Havana Lottery llcke'e which rove to buo lunteilelU, printed by the ream ib ;:ew Yort, aua pcetlled eroryw here by lireapotslb'.e agents. I A IMIsbnrfsh stone-'tiller was directed to I put h's eiiplorer's " tm;:ilal" at Ibe foot ot a btg mon- ua.etii To the boss's horror he " temped" it libnire nt 1 s du . ct'y nn Jer tan scroll Inscribed, " aoored 10 1 ths memory of." A gentleman having a pony that started and broke bis wife's n-c. a neighbor laid him that he wish' eel to parc.lai; It for liti wife to ride upon. " No," lays the olaer. " 1 will not sett Uie little fcitov, b .uu h latcau to marrj again." 1 A boy at Indianapolis asked hit father for twenty ih, lungs to ruaaie blm to lazo t.s .rltok dance, out Uie lather refu-o t, whereupon the buy to" nplt -hfork. planed the oil mil (0 the lido of tbe barn, and bcl I bl'.i tnerc unl I hi ibetlel out. A itrancr in Hulfast, Me., spent much tttnev the other day in looking for tils lost poeketbook, an 1 In Iris twlil-nl hour fonnd It In slicost lau ixcket, lie In t toll-wed tea literally St. Paul's alvlcetn "for gctl ng tboii-ibloei which aio botlud." Mr. J. T. Alexander baa told hit 27,000 aero Champa gn corti) farm. Ilbioli, to loins lUsuirn gen l men lot ta sum of f iW.jO, Mr. Alexaulcr Hill lias a latra In Morgan eoumy ol tfijO acres, wblrh, vim iLu J toil: on It Is worih oier a niliionof dollars, til I.xtcikive pivparatiunn are making in JMln t nreh tor aa tnipoting ro.nuirinorttlon uf Uie ono bun. drwtth ananenary or tne tilth of Mr Walter tout, who was burn ua Auxi it 19, l7t, two years after tlio 0 nh of Napoleon I of whom Le became tho bio-g- ipher. The Confederate cotton loan redeemable in (obi by Mi. Jefferson Hark'. Uorernmcnl !n 1-s-ee, ti I'll! ought aud sold un the London Slock hxebauue. There are T,IS3,?j0of It in tha l.ondin tuarkei. wl.ir'a otr-t tbeiabscnu-sii asout ninety per cent, of lu nom inal valuo. A Proridenes widow protests iu a newtpa. er C"rinuuicatlon agatntl the erectinn ol -oldl-rs' uiocuueau u-i I art r the paltry pension of te. in. nuallypaid lu soldiers' w:i.. i.u tucreased. thinn tbe erection of a few good lunikes, lea-ett .1 i"itl , rcutal, would be a nobler monument than a") ntrb.u ibtrt. I A temperance aociety in Litchfl 1 1. Cona.. 1 was" really qutla fl allure 1." 10 uie the exnii'.'.ou it a local Drei, tha other ereulng br a ilruve .ir ildr. s frnmlbtltev. Dr. Henry, lintesd of ..Ivors in lie, totallim, ho recommeu-led the use of wine at meals, snd attempted to pnve that It wai lanotloued by lbs botlpturei. . ' Iu nn unhappy hour, a Cleveland Jtidgo vent ired 10 srgue the oolri w ill a foiialo aslvortle ut voiu'in's .uilrsge. A Ioom paper tell. Uie rou It .' " ll.l rcfcdy antagonist tuet htm aquarelr at every polut, auswerlng blm In the most etcstr and decided uiaune. nearlr all the ladles preicat redaforelpj hws loutln uhy." Two Cnlirnrnia otTiccrr, taking a pair ot I Mexicans at'eu-etl or roli'rery cf tiulllon, lo Jslt, werrs s ttorpesl ny sgrrg of twenty or men, who took away ' Iherrlsnoer. anil ht.ni,- them "a little at lime" to make ttie-st eonfrss where tbo bull.ou su burled. Full, agin tail, tbey teturntj them 10 lb. odleu's, who safely committed tneai to Jail ; y The testlmoriy nf daughter of the pattle to , a rerenl Indiana dlvnrce .nit teems eon 'lusli -. ft " Kkther got iuad beeanse mother starcbod bis sto. k- Ir-gs. Mother picked np Ibe stockings nnd hit fattier on tht bead wlUi Uieui. and It aoo mli'i as thiinih lliry were stlrus of wuo.1 fa ber tbeuiti tfrd abet nb'nt cakedonn mother'. Hi. out, und tt.en mother set tl ) dog on fattier, and twulcJ ibu dog's tail 10 make bun btte liardcr." i Many vein since, when it was. the p-tct.ce j of the A men on a ( on.uli at the Sandwich !s'"ds ,, la present at all trials or American sailors far bjs'.ohe- ol the 1 euro tl Consul, at a trial before the s'urdy ld lungtstraie and natlte. U iv. K.kusnoa, objs. led lota tietluiony of an blu.ilrr, on the ground that 11 see fane. 1 ht Governor replied 1 " Ye, I am perfn aware or that, but .0 was (be sailor's; lei a. hear I lb . HJes. and then decide ibe matter " - I'lto Ihirasiaui (inui, with Uurop i n f.lberv eon Hindoo niolhets), who have I. llicilo neea snotra ( a. (ni.itlani, loecnily Joined tbe M liaum clans in Calcutta, having beeu clrcuuiclsed. a'nt mo .n::i.,g to , other Moslem ceremonies. On be'ng asUe.l He r-,i ,o . lor the proieaiioo of thai lullli. thuv repm d IM I seemed to them thai Lbilsllimti k m 0 re ik'.'ju tn'rod edtor rich leoplewho touhl I'.o iu (lur ',,.u- ..sr.!. eipeo'ally for men and wutue" ulluwbim .Ui i, k&d nol for poor,datk pee-.te. A fj ick of wild tuikevs, more than live !ian drel lu nur,ii,ei. e tiviea't ,1 on tae trai.k ol eoAe Lkh-a isMroud A tra a, ,irouil,e.I, and tbei;ngtDe.r. I.as ing one nilnnte tu spnre. .tnpped to allow them u , ilenari. nnl tbo lurirts stirronu ed the train, sod walked un and down the track on either slt el Ibt c ir.. ewi.i-utlt deligl'ie.1 at the liut illy of their alius . ilua. As there were no tlrearmi ot any d-1. 11,11 a I aboard, tbe Ittrksvs were siftt but tne or two tiuri, y qul.k whiitiet Irom the loeauioiivo uisit 11. reoli v ( 'ailotis. snd 'hey last n 1 uie la galu uu Hut tashfi, wlere tl.cv verc looa li.d fiom win, and in t.o I iu e 1 on. L The liorruM nnd tin' humors of a la n 1 nd ment me f. rcb y lliuit it J In the (oliow'n t, i,n 1 1 reUu-q b) a rsitsr.irr'htiitidouii "Iu Ihetntl.' d me firing nine pruple ist down to breikiasi In 1 si. sll house imi'ii the plsleuu of Avron. Ih.ue we em tmaoder of tbe Uleili lutrall ,n of M. 1 . m no (tl. ll'imilor), ids wire, th 1 adj IM' 1 of " tabuii, a captalu, two Uuuteuanis, 1 11 n.a' ' ' laiu. and a doctor nearly all of me ai.i. .ails a 1'rn.s'n 1 (bell camuhiuaniiuj uiai., the . i , . 1 six ot lbs party, I'lm eonnnati 1 ut .uu hi-wi'e ' womdci! 1 hs only ono a 1 1 .d uuViri . Uie Uoclor. Of tbe il'it p-r ,i . were ktf v " l.uged to Ibis little break r. ' party. 'There . "1 ' "t a shell to k'lie us nun, 1 . rtee pant heo a-'1-Uimaily cam. a shell, u , 1 . , six or lb iu of exwleni''. while wo tu i,. two tiwiei ibe co i" t'.d.ul aaa li - hi. " Mi nit stoar or utnr anp hu ui'it eu kl V) nnl t itle a ub '" I " It e ,i 44 it litre as Ml a A'lleveitk t 11 last Mari -V 11 . 1 1,6 lan. b 11 auald rulau. ill Mur "O.ik I I it 1 lie Isill'j A tl ,t t , 1 .1 1 7 hs tattn v hsii 11 f- , a nex' 4j oVad U woat vsrv el