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Petroleum Centre Daily Record- Po. ftohtre, Thit radar, Jan. 7. Ttana wl rUelng Malta. 0., Fnaotiva Cannes, Fa, I JVLT kt, taw. Vut heftier sell th. mailt will arrlvt at and depart from tkla aOlM h follow: a Bait a. 4 KmU via. IrviaebM, 10. ( A. . M. d t'HI, Meadrllle, 8 18 P. Harlb ao last, - Corry, , . ., ; ' Aonth end West, I i6 A. M. Bnnt', EnM and Wut, Mfl P. M. ', North. BM anil West, lu.M A. at, I ,-,.. IHvlu Servlcea. ........ rKESBTTHRIAN CHURCH. Prawebini at 11 o'clock A. M., and oUeklS M.-- r; , ItsT. J. T. Oitobt, Pastor. M. K. CHURCH. Service every Sabbath at 1 1 A. M. and TU r. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock il. float! Free. A cordial Invitation extended to all. -. Rut. C. II. Us inn. Patter. ''W. PETER AND HAUL'S (CATHOLIC) . . Mas at a. m. . Vespers and Bcaedlatien of the Blessed 8erament at 4 p. m. ,,, Cataehiia at 2 p. m. L - JAMES DUNK, Pastor. Tm Legislatures of Pennylveola, Mew York, Maine, Indiana, and several atbar Statea ara the scenes of animated tonteiti "tor the Senatorial vacancies to be filled en Tuesday nest, and it it not probable that any other public btieineei of Importance will be transacted uotll these caara ara disposed of. . It is claimed at nrrlbtirg that the ' rates! ioilicatiena favor tbe election of John Scott, of JIunilngton. Tbia ia probably owing to combination which have been effected ainee the meotlnj of the Legislature. In (be multiplicity of ewulijnua, it wna inferred that the Cameron Influence, which bad not been IdeuUi.-d witb any particular tnleret. would nltlinetely n"ect tbe rhotee. Alleghene must divided her preference upon two candidates, a circumitanca foal to bulb. Itut In loting tbe .Seuatonhip. Allegheny wnii'd seem tn have obtnlned Instate Treasurer. It Wwine intimated that John Mockey of Pittsburgh, will succeed t.Vn. Ii in In that position. Titr TnRATeK Last evnlu there quit" a large midioiire at III.' (I pel a Hunec. "J)..n Ca-e.rde Buzan" wns rendered better llian we have ever witnessed It bnlbro In thii part of ibo country. The leading char acter in thin play wa token by tbe young and ftthnfe-1 Mnr'i E: a, who. during lit liirt slay hnro. baa become (pilie a fa vorile wild our tlicnlre goers. Ju him Messrs. Cm nor Sr Petersen have n trump card. Mr. Garner himself posi'i'H RrenU'r reraatillty or tnler.t than any actnr wn ever iw. lie displayed tliiii In a remarkable degree last evoninj;. first na King of Spain in Don Ciesar do no7.an, and then a "'Solon Sliiii(tlo" in tbe after piece. Tbee cbarnctera arc as dissimilar a any two that eat) be brought upon Ibo Maae, and Carner iistalue.d both in a manner that we bare seldom eeeu equalled. 'Humpty Dumpty" I ob for to-night. We learn tlmt tbu Cieveluud market I abort of oil, and that refiner there are writing urgent letter to their agent in tbe oil region to eupply lliem Immediately. Cleveland baa becomo one of the great oil market of tbe country, I an urgent do in and for oil there will have a stimulating effect upan tbe price of crude hero. There i certainly a scarcity nl the crude article nil around, and ell ber the production baa been greatly over-estimated, or tne demand for petroleum lin liugele increaved wltbin tbe pant year. Oil producer have gond reaaon to feel euconraped at tbe preaent and prospective high price of tbe great staple of hl regi'm. We are enjoying remarkably One weather .. far the aeamin of I he year,, and it lia an exbileratinx effect upon, every one. lint in ta midst of prevent minahioe we must not farget that lb ere are many oeld. Hlormy. lillislU day in sre for us Ik'Ioi the , coming of spring. T.m tar tbe present winter has bin-n much milder Mian last, for wbleh the poor have an especial reason to Im thankful. ' Wu are Indeljbut to Colonel A. I. ' ln--ean fur a eupy of Governor (ieury'a me age. gfTUK pioipi runs coMuKimi of me tV re W'H.thit winter, in a luiaiitesapiiiiaofvlew, ia ihe wiuji e nl eeiierul r-iOMk. ; Vralik lvdiltm, ageai win years, la plavlns? Meiidelaaoki umeie i t a- r a m Ka Cnrtaite V tln t. il u. Hi : Wo lllo.ilhi' siliei ill-1, UlUr. st'fia A Child Taken Off by on Eagle aii.l jarriea -a wo xniic The Nashville Press, of tbe'1i Inst., ton- tains tbe following: A gentleman named Bowers, frem JHelgsville. Jacksoa county, now in town, Inierrn u that, on Chriitmas Eve, abont three o'clock In tbe afternoon, lb farm ol a Mr. Whiteside, abont fve miles from Meigivllle, wi tbe seen of a moat exciting and nearly ratsi event, it is brief! this: Mr. Wbiteiid was In tba town doing soma business; his wife was away at a neighbor's. wDsre a sick cnua wss sirug- f;llng with cholera Infantum; and tbe osly ndoor servant they had wss out in tbe barn looking after some cattle.when tbelr child a bright liUle boy just learning to toddle around en hia little feet, and prattle tbe name of "pa' tumbled or crawled ontaf his cradle, where bo was left asleep by tbe servant a few minutes before, and managed somehow to get to the doer, which was un fortunately open at tbe lime, allhough tbe girl left In charge of the place avers that be closed It on going out. Tbe child tum bled into Ibo front yar, it is supposea, anu was crying and sprawling around, when a great grayaagle, ee by tba girl u she was leaving the barn, rame swooping down, and. fastening its Immense and cruel talons ia the clothing of tbe little boy, rose up.ap parently with much difficulty, as high as it could, wbicb was not very bigb, and sailed off across the adjacent woods, just skimmiog tbe lops of tbe trees. . When the servant saw the eagle coming down, aa she wss leaving tbe barn, abe had a 'presentiment of tbe strangest kind, and said she felt tbat tbe child wss out doors, and tbat tbe fierce bird of prey was pouncing down upon it: but when, In a moment after, she beheld the groat tyrsnt of tbe air rise above tbe house top witb the littler child In its claws, she grew dizzy and fell to the graund. Her weakness. hewever. did Dot continue long; the cold air blowing across ber face revived her quickly, and jumping on ber feet and gazing round wild ly, sue saw tne esgie aDappearing over ine wood in the direction of the Cumberland river. Sba wa Ql'ed with one impulse to rescue tba tittle boy. She became as one franilo, for she bad a remarkable aOVclian far tbe ebilc". She rusbed forward, bounded over tbe fence as If she were endowed with Ihe lightness and agility of a deer; dashed Into the wood, dark and tangled a il was. not taking lime la bunt out foot-paths or cow tracks. Sbe Instinctively felt that tbe thieving bird would keep in a straight line, and sbe kept In a straight line also. Witb the strensrth and unthinking courage of a strong man who Jia become suddenly do ranged, she dashed the undergrowth aside, crossed ravine as if she were on the level plain, spurned tbe fallen trees and Jagged mcks as if tbey were the smoothest and toft- moss The patch of wood w is fully a mile and a half throiiith, lut ihe girl made the run to the oijie'r eJu of it 'Without feeling in the iest tangoed, lleyond the wood, and be tween It and the river, lay- n pnleti of clear ed ground, partly matsby and partly corn, field, full of old Bin mps. When she lef: thu wood, and bad a clear view, she saw the eagle aa if be wore Inclined to uliitbt with bU bi id n soniewheie in the neighborhood, of the river. This gkre her new courage and fresh bope. and she ran forward with Increased speed. It luckily happened ai that time tbat there was a man hunting in tbe neighboring marshes, snd just at the particular moment, when the enl reach d thu ground willi l.i;r .. ,v. ill an dangerously and rl'tiininoly nenr him (.for liio hunter was behind a clump of tunni es, nliout twenty yards off, and bad his hack Inward the spot where the eaglo and the child were), that be mounted into the air attain, but this time without, his burden. The pursuing girl wns filled with joy, when she liebeld tbe bird rise without tbe child. Hut tearing be would return, as be seemed inclined to do, she sat up a vigorous shout Ine as she ran. which attracted the hunter's attention in tbat direction, who, seeing tbe eagle quite near him, and a lady malting down the slope witb streaming hair and var ments, and wildly sbouting, concluded at once Ibat tbere was something strange and, perhaps, dreadful In his immediate vicinity, and be also set tip a vigorous hallooing, and proceeded to reload his gun with much pre cipitation, forgetting to go niter tbe game which he bad just shot. rne eagie soon became aware ol Ihe lor midable opposition he would meet If lie at tempted to rconpline bis prey, and thinking better of It, be wheeled rumwl and swung himself In one gmnil sweep across the liver and dlisappeui.il Iwhiml the shelving rock which form tbe opposite bank at tbat point before a shot from the hunter gun wa readv . i I...H.L... Li.t.u z .... - ' in ppeeii us uigni in nm oomi nearr. u nen the girl came down to the hunter, she fell stiff,, and was not able even to indicate what wa the matter. Wbile the rough gal lant wa endeavoring to restore her to con sciousness. h heard Ihe scream of a child, and leaving the slowly recovering girl, be went Inward the spot where the screaming came from, and beheld a line, healthy, rosy liny, with torn tloibes, lint otherwise unin jured, endeavoring tn rise upon bis little feet. He took the hahv in hia arms and as riled it tn the glil.who was now sufficient ly recovered to comprehend that her beicved charge was safe. In the meantime the moth er and father of the child had retained home and finding it empty witb no sign to it rtl cafe where the InnuiUs had gone, save a bucket of soil led milk near the barn, where lb girl hnd' dropped it In her flight, they oerame exe-edintfly anxious and uneasy; but the return of the servant, tbe hunter and Ihe wonderful little voyager, who had tt.e most thrilling adventure' that was ever heurd of, t'estored tbem in tianiiiility. There was a truly merry and jnyou Christ mas rn tbat household. ....... . 15 y lefurenee to our advertising columns It will be seen that Mr. K. J. liesa. (f Ibis otace. I loc.il agent for the Uulted Stati Insurance Companv .it New York City. Financially 1 Ills is one of the unde.M cum- pmles In tbe country, am) .thorn intending ' to lake ant polioie will do well lo full upon ! tle.'-Rese..- . ... . . OHOr.tJOJtAIl. . t i ' ' BRNATB. 1 Washington. Jan. (I. Mr. ltarrcj presented the petition ef W. V. Hazlett. and live hundred cltiwna of Missouri, favoring general suffrage without diatinction of race or color. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr William offered a resolution directing the Committee on Agriculture lo Inquire In to tba expediency of reorganising the De partment of Agriculture so a to provide tor the election ol one person from each Slate familiar with agricultural want and Interest of sneh State, to occupy a semi official position In the Department. Adopt ed. Mr. Shermsn presented a petition from citizens of Ohio, Biking Conpes to psss laws to guard against fraudulent natnrall ratine. Kifrelto the Committee on t' e Judicisrv. Mr. Edmund, from the Judiciary Com mittee, reported the following ubtilufe for the bill Introduced by biro on tbe lilts or December: To prevent the holding of civil office by military officers, and to prevent tbe holding of more than one office at tbe me time. Pe It enacted, Ac., Tbat no person shall hold nor shall be receive a salary or com liensation for performing tbe duties of more than one office nr place of I nut or profit un der the Convolution nr laws of tbe United Stttes at tbe ssnie time.whether such office, be civil, military or naval, and any penen holding any sucn office or place, who thall accept or bold any other office nr place cf trust er prenr under the cnnntlintion or law or tbe United Slates, shall be deemed to have vacated the office or place wbicb he held at tbe lime of taking (ucb place. nocsK. A bill removing two disabltitiet of Jobn S. Stoke of Alabama wa passed. On motion of Mr. Ashley, the Secretary of Wsr was directed to communicate Gen. ('rain' report relative to a ship canal thro' Ihe shoal water ol Msumee Bay to deep water in Lake Erie. On motion of Mr Haines, the Secretary War was instructed tn communicate the number of enlisted men "f the army now in Texas, Mississippi, and Virginia, who were citizens or residents af the late rebel State during the rebellion, and bow many were soldiers in the late rebel armv. Mr. Washburne. of III., from the Cenr- mitlee nn Appropriation, reported the Naval Appropriation bill for Hie vear en'- I ing June 30, 1870. Ordered printed and re commit led. The bill appropriates 915.273.672. Helns $2,091,578 leu than appropriated for Ibis vear The House went Into Committee of Ihe Whole nn Ihe Pension Approprlntinn bill, Mr. Allison in the chair, and Mr. Wash burne. of III., addressed it. The pension Id II. which appropriates $1.1250.000. was ordered to be reported lo tbe House and wa (uiisequently reported and passed. The Consular and Diplomatic bill was then taken np. Mr.Broika moved an nmendment'to Insert an appropriation for the mission to Home. Alter debate If waj rejected. Mr. Bu'lej offered an nmeadmenl provid ing for ho n Minster "to Nieariuga, San Salvador. Honduras anil Cost Rica, snd hut one Minister to New Grenada. V. nez nel and Keuador, which was agreed to. TV. ! 1 Jlh nfi'l Toll ! i.ii.a v.m..i el....L. iTi nut n-i v.oinu of order as containing new U'fislaiion. The ('nmmittc roe and reported the lull tn the House and its further consideration wn postponed to Mondiy next. Adjourned. "' . A new well was struck a week nr more ago on wust is Know as ine ueeo irnci, on the nthne sbln tt Pl.avrv Trita and a.1t,-tn. w J ..... j-...- Inx the W, I'loraon Farm. The suroeedeil yesterday In exhausting the water, nml the well is to-dayloing Iwenly hurrels. Tiik a'.tention of our readers ia called to the advertisement of A. T. Leggetf. dealer In harnesses, seed bag, etc Those in want nf anything in bis line should not full to osil on him at bis place of business, nn Main Hreet. bel w the McCllntock nous . rut: mewn. North Carolina want a Slate agricultur al fair. Eight orations were, pronounced over Bur- ryer a grave. , Blind Tom is performing to lull bouses in Alexandria, Vu. A hull less rqulirek has been killed near Natchez. Misn. The Sun has appeared aa a morning paper In Louisville, Ky. The dog tax add sixty thousand thali-rs a year lo tbe Berlin treasury. . Disraeli's lust official act wa Ui give ii te private secretary a fnl office. Wendell Phillip wanted In U'conu- sv chemist, hut bis mother Interfered. " ' From 8i!l tn 1S6S. inclusive, the Com tuck silver mine yielded ?ti t.OOd.Otia. ' The Ohio Penilenliary cleared &7.00IV last year by ihe labor ol the convicts. Tbe pews in Rev. Dr. Ellis's new church, tn-Boaton, are veined at $150,000. . A Virginia statute Impose a line of eighty-throe eon Is for every oath uttered;'"'" Alaska contains S7'o.IOO,nW acre for which we paid less than two cents an sore--The President of the Texas Constitution nl Convention ie pitid sixlwu . oiler per day.' A Missi uri Uilel was meuanouglt to stt-nl a lliniliatorie from a iiillnutd station, Tho ol.leil m in In Minnesota die.) the oth lerdiy. Jlo ;i 'rcne!nmn and I'M. liocnl Not lean. Rata, Car. Wool urn Bkoea.A large assortment at REYNOLlt, nROMIKAD A t!t , N., II Centre Street, opposite lbs I'ost Oflce, Oil Hiv. IV ? , yew Flour, Ke4 uht Grocery stthore ! J, 9. I'HATIIFU, At the OLD BANK ItCltDINO, OS MAIN ST, opposite the McCHutock llonse, has on band a large and list class stock of t'lnur, fee and flrocerlce, whirh h I selling at a low figure. Don' forget the l-c where A, 1. t'olton Company broke tip. JstiMf. .... VARIETY STORE- AT W. H. MCHOIiHUX A C Vi Can he found a complete stock of lllniit Books, full and hair hound, from lUr. to 11,10 .pilr, Hlauk Nx.ei, Draft aud Heceinu Ituoks. t i.ihi KSvix-irKa. With nil t'yl.-t ,.f Nui Mid Oap Paper. ' ' HOI.P piiNS, KNIYKS A Sl'IISOUH, warfantid Conipl.-te -tock of DIARIES for 1C!. Fiaest bramls of Smoking and Chrwini; libaos Comix, Hub mid I lolh.-t llfu)tts of all sl.hra.ith a coniplefo iis-oriuieiit tf Fency Ugotl4- Ale, a Cirrulatinit1'lhrr.v, enniposnl of standard works ami the lim out. 'lVrini only $M rr di months. . .teell 1m. Dry (iunste, a larice st.k nl ItKITNOLDS, nitODIIRAU CK J. .No. II Ceutru Si, oioei1e the I'o-I Office. Oil Citv, Pa. fe I.AIlivM l-hii.t to make n appropriate p cei-iit. will HiiiI licaniifiil HI.IPI'EK I'ATTKHNt at A. t. SMfTtl'M thiol A ShiH) gtnrn declMf. Witt) CAHKS. wholesale and retail. Thirty four l ft'eri'iit -t. Ins lo arrive this week, ul A P. MIl.l.KIt CO-H CANAItY lUltliS. uostCrrmnniuiuorteJ.wlmle sah au.1 reiail, at A. D. MII.I.RIl & I'o.'S. l,.tOO rol.s WAlLTaI'EK reuelvul ikie 4y al A. 1). MIl.l.KIt res. Hard wnro A larice aasortuienl of which Is Mug closed out at reduced rates at HEY-VOLtf, UtMMllKAIt A CO'!', So. 11 Ceutw St. th. r..-i(m.-e Oil fuel !. Ai.i.-ma This le a newly discover! d .irii.le to lie usi .t For a linir uVcs'lnu. wlih is said tn lie snpeil or lo au.vi liint; f the kind jrut placed n. fvrs the pub. lie. It readers the hilr efl and i;losy. and will. It is sal.l. eause the Imlr lo ttrow on sc dfM which ta.tve li;ii- lueked ueli a covering, tils not pn.ierl a hair ilye. mid vet It w II su operate ou the routs nf the siiiiu when applied as to resrurv it to itmrii;lii nl color mid laiunance In a verr brief period of tltno. It w lH..voud .iiiestion. a v.ry .,iHrior ilnn, unit will mure limn fill the eziMs-Ullon of any o . v. ho tutiv nurenasti 't.Syrac!.. iNuig. Trv Hew-:-ril i'oiil'Ii Cll e. Il is the bust. . I). MIl.l'.KK ,t ('... W'liol.sfilw and Retail -llriiists, Aenls fur I'.lruloutu tViitre, Tn. aovj-tm. I Itiinitifiii Slipper I'ullerns at A. H. Smith's i decIS-t'. i si.oi. store. I Zm PANCY liOfllW. all lirserlpiioiis, wheiv wi i'ftii.1 retail, fo.- Ilulidav I'rusrnts, at , 1 A. I). MII.I.KK CO. S. tJroekery Kor all kinds go to ltKYSOI.OS. IIIIUIillKAIt & CJ'f. No. 11 Cenlru aireet, oppo sl:o the l'o-t I'lllcv. till Clly, Pa. l ull ami I'xsn.iuo. I lie Doe ass .rliiieiil nf SI.II'PKU PATTBItNH at A. . Hmlth's Hoot SliiMf Store. declfi It t'liilalmuH Oifla J, a 1 j I ! ii Watches, Kluest Anierk'Sti Walches Musi I cut Instrument', Alliums, Plated Ware, 'Faney Cut I ler; . SiHs iwIes, aud I'ucket llsiks Also all kin.lv 1' of Cltrs iiiuiiunicitiri'd. Paucy Hiiiokini; Tolsu-oo, nd MeiTM-luiuiu I1es. All Ikes., aiui a icrrat deal i iiion-rtin Iw loinid i.l ,1 WOI.FK S J. welry Storo, ' nsr u.Mir tu Sherman Ileus... i, Iuc7if A larue a-sorlment of KINS 8EWKII II HITS al' j A S. Smltli's rtit & Nhiai Htora. decli if niAKIKHfor aw at A. t. Mll.l.r.lt X CO S. PAPKK AMI UNYKI.'IPES at A MILLER A CO 'S. Carpet, uf every quality and description,' at ll,VXOI.l)-, DKODIIKAP A CO'S. So. U Centre Street, oppiMltc the P . o Oill'lty, r.xcclslor Blllinrd Parlor. To enjoy .xMk'lulul i rt .ilt L'nm. ol Ulllkuds, Kola A. 0. Kai uluuu's l-'ii:iioiuue Plllliod Par lors, on Washington Sirvnt, aeil d..r to the Koch. MUen llous. 'Hiv-. I'lirlors sre w.iIiIh slml. die Inner of moot of I lie pi iinipal hotels ill Pelmleum ( outni. , may U-tt'. THU best pliH-c Ik town tu get a puir of Bout, nuidc of the li, si SKvk, that w ill wear well, and warraiued lo in. ii al J. As Plume Fasb k.unble Boot Whop,' Washlnelnn street, Pelroieniu Centre, Pa. Civo hlai a trial. seplO tr. CHIAIIS ANU TOIIACCOul A. li. Ull.LEK Jt CO.'H. , . TAKE MITICE! 1)M(TIES dd'iriiur to pun-hao En vines, Toole. Tubing, CaalMg, HHCker Hoda, Hopes, nifir). TANKS AND l?HEl8,,,f and ail sponiaisr. j-er'siuitw tn w!s, Ciin do so hv sUIni? nn II Ii ami i UK nr r H. HAMUONli. AikliHon Vii ia OBh-e. Upper IV rry linn sc.tU NEW ADVERTISIM ENTS. United States LIFE Insurance COMPANY, Or NEW YORK, Established March 5, 1850. CHpilal etc A sect M, :i,009,04 i ,- T , . ; v ' ' . . e ; E. J. ROSS, Agent, Petroleum Centre, Pa. This Coinpaiiv, Relng one of the oldest and moat rellahl. la th. Culled Stales, albrds ample w-nr ty. not only by It iare. set, which on Jan ary 1st, lfW, were a' ready wj, lillloa over it liabilities, bat also by PIRSONtf. LIABILITY OK THE STOCKHOLDERS TO MAKE GOOD - ANY DEFICIENCY, a security uot afforded by any utker Cash Company. Dividends are lhAared Ann u ally ! And m it he need tn assist la paying Premiums, lo alTiird Iddlllnnal msnranee. nr to secure paid up Polic es sfler tber have been In force lot a. namber of years, as explained in nnr pamphlet, or they amy accamiilato at coniiiouad liitarcst to iovreasu lb. so n insured,' ' - FTERY FATHER ehon'd secure a Policy as early as possible, as aire nt healthy perannscan be ln.ar.-l and it Is Ms atiwal duty, to provide in the safest wajr for his far . I'y, which he ranuot do bcll.r, than by a Ufa In siwuce. Moaeey Invealeal la hasinee asay ariag more latenvtfor a while, bet' II may all be lust, and tbe family Is ihn left deatliale. . Jn74f. OPERA HOUSE ! ' ' I'etkoLeum centuiOa. ' ' Dlrerlira Hnatlleaa Vtenaaer, itluan al aslrermr. J. W. rwrner W. U. e. tenon I, '. tolemaa Itrtiirii of tli Ftuuritts BROADWAY THEATRE ! AP HUMPTY-DUMPTY ! Troupe. 1'onbliit'd. FIVK MJIITsT OTY ! EiHtoc'-niMit uf MARK BATES ! 'I he Popillur Youiik Actor. J"- W. GARNER, Come Jinn and IWiuniuiisl. Ilirrrf . keoa( llu il. M4rrla, . " ' A.- CI. Eno. - E. J. Ward. ms KATV TIUiSTOV ! Coinuieillciiue and V .enlist. Rule Vvriiouj . " KlMy Vnw J, Ac. TliMnsihiv Eve, .fvni. 7, ', i WtU.be nretentel the Orside.1. production af ti e kill I mat givvn la Amerlnt, eellWed, i DUMPTY! Hiimpty Dnmi tv. afterwards Clmr ). W,,Caraer j, v 9thr chsracter. by tn. aaaky, jl GRAND BALLET 91lle JuTt tta. l iilil. CHANGE OJt'.PHOGIVAalME NIGHTLY IT" loor .pel, at 7 o'elect o'clock. I'ertia-iaa co at I tf AdiuissJu i .10 eta, JaaSIw: ' bwrd INali, 73 ca- Bl'Y Ihe K. rt iw.rd Anier1-.'.!. Walrh, th. bast nvvte. of ismtM, ii,: ; c . f . L SUA at t C -.. havath. Iajps-i aiueU M MEYOLJ YKK iif Yvaauito iitDiy.. HUMPTY V uari tjj. je. Vff1-' f;.' '!'." !'