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SJcuotcD to ipolitics, fitcvaturc, Agriculture, Science, iHova!i!ij,-an& euerai intelligence. VOL. w STROUDSBURG, MONROE CO.UNTY, PA. MAY S5, 1854. NO. 59. 8 ! if s it I! it an. 1 i Published by Theodore Schools TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two oollnrs and a quarter, half youth- ind if not paid bo toie the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. lO" Advcilisctncnts not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three vvreks lor one dollar, and Iwcnty-five cents for every sittrseqoent insertion. The 'charge for one and three insertions the stunc. A liber al discount made to yeartv advertisers. Tls" All letters addressed to the Editor must be poet-paid. JOB PBIK'fOG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, o are prepared to execute every description of Cards, Circttlirs, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Btsnks. Pamphlets, Ac. printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms, AT THE OFFICE OF Til E JESFFjERfcOSIAa. Here is another of Tennyson's exquis ite little lyrics. It is worthy oMiis pen, and only TcnnTson could have written it : Sit down, sad soul and count The moments Anns: Come tell the sweet amount . That's lost by sighing. How many smiles? a score? Then laugh and count no mom, For day is dying! Lie down, sad soul, and sleep, And no more measure The flight of Time, nor weep The loss of leisure; But hero, by this lone stream. Lie down with us3 and drenm, Of Starry treasure! We dream do thou the same; We love forever; jf .We laugh, yet few wc shamo The gentle, never; Stay, then, till sorrow dies Then hope and happy skies Are thine farever! OrWho wrote the following betrotifcl ep- itaph on an infant! Beneath this stone in sweet repose, Is laid a mother's dearest pride; A flower that scarce had waked to life And light and beauty arc it died. God in his wkdoin has recalkgk The precious boon His ioe Td given; And though the casket monkiars here, The gem is sparkling now in Heaven. jjj- The oldest Book in the United States, it is said, is a manuscript Bible in the possession of Dr. Witherspoon, of Al abama, written over a tiuousand years ago! He describes it as follows: "The book is strongly homed in boards of the old "T?v, 1- ..A til, 1 11. the Wes are .-.iso, veil bound together, Tt. 1 ......." . l ,et, ,f..l of noe- , ness and smoothness little inferior to the ! bestsattin. The pages are all ruled with ' great uniformity and beauty in the old German text baud and divided in chapters and verses. The first chapter of every ' 'nnn .- ;n Ttuu 5c .ui. .vvu.v.ua?1u,J illuminated with red, Mac and black ink, generous, subject to great extremes of'constituto tljA cjjarm 0r poetrv which is ' nofc maljG ""mediate amends, public still in vivid colors and no two of the bate and love. As a race, they arc pas-l fo, " eycn h hQ unlcttered Ar'abs. Thc ! scandal, shamo and prosecution would capital letters in the book are precisely a- sionatcly fond of poetry, music, and the ' rJliation tbeir litcrary wovks throws ' P0U !ll.n an, ?iakc hl.3 lt linger jj I , rm ri -in- I Luauuu ui ijiriutiaiy oiKh iiiioi. n (jayg jhonoraDlc. According to lie. dance. The sense of honor is held in'v- - i .1 1, i- i... . ... , , 0 iJj Ihere died recently at the resi- ( -dence of his son. in Miami county, Indi-i ,r ,. . , ana, Win. Martingale, aged one hundred ! vear" eleven months and Mxfeen dav , , , , , ; ! a note 01 hand lor six uunurcu uonars.-r- fp. , liable to be revenged of the murdered Art is rare among them. Mahomet They gave thc old gentleman for the mo J.he deceased had, at his death, living m marjj evcn to the fifth generation, unless forbado his followers to make an innge ! ney a very strange receipt, a copy of Indiana children,. grand-children, great- a comproiniae is accepted by an offering 1 of any iving thing on penalty of giving' was afterwards found in Steven-grand-children, and grct-great-grand i r mnnnv WnnA.tKnhv n U. 1 :i i ., m.. .il .p:...i ' t V- Sou's trunk. It had. acTOral COndiUons cunaren, mere Demg nvo venerations ot 1 the family living at the same time. The . G deceased's offspring, at the time of his Annth initnftnr. in AnaA n...l 1 ! ..t.. - t vuuunuz uuu uuau auu Jivillir, a- : ' . . Li moimfnfi fn r.wn f innsfinf nnrenner ' Revolutionary, Soldicrs.-ThM wore 231. . " 791 soldiers AArar. Of this nui than fourteen In must average nearly three have died during the past year. A few j years more and these venerable octogenari- j ans will only be known in the pages of histo- ! rv. ' I Woman's Righls.-A good-lookin- bs. 1 ahw w,h pay better than holding office or . 'sitting on a Jury,' 'S.osny, t!o you know your letters!" "Yes sir, two of 'em." ."Possible, whs tare they.1" 'Lc.t'er go andlet'er rip,' 'Smart boy, go lo ihetub.and wet your hair; a bram of such fertil ity can't be kept too moist." "Is your note good?" asked a wood man the other day of a person who offer ed a note for a lpad of maple AVeU.ra plied thc purchaser, "I should -think it ought to bo every body's got oner" raed in thc Revolulionarv ' are constant in uieir aueuuous lu loiters on the desert, they thmic a genu be put in the possession oi iiinus ueiore(iei, no was aucuaeu ui uum- imin,icu mber, there are now lefs luc 2uesri wnatever natreu may exist drives him on and whispers m hi ear, ; - " "" uur 'jr""-J ,.- - - , j t , i1(n;,n,;m 4 iio Iitvq nf lincnif-ilifv m ! 11 1 1 1 i -I mm money, had ueen out or, anu unut to moments 10 get a puiiuu utuuci auu uun undred living, whose ages , against him, the laws ot hospitality ic-, tl lQ l3 ost and perishes. The same, , , . . , . T, ., , , in i,n fnil,i ninety years. Seventy ; q.uire their protection and entertainment, kind of an idea was held respecting an : ., nrLlfi(1 uon thafc j).. Lachenour. who, The outside doors of the hotel were im- mncl, eight children, and a bnppy home. As ! reveals notuiug oi nib imvuiu cuiouous, will of (J-ou, is a matter ot vital interest that Catharine Lee's lather had arrived two or three others m Jiiaston convicted, these rights are easily obtained we hone the j and the fire of his eye is the only sign of to them. Among the Turks there is less in town and had employed licedcr, Brown who were more guilty than he. Licio-iioi ...;n :..,'....:.!-.:., LnM,nnm visiblo. NTothinff mortifiesf tnio,..,nn fiio,, n, ,hn A iviLq and Porter, and intended to commence! Stevenson now being secured, they f-Z fcWi IIUWU fc 11 1 ViLUU .L LIU (II UIU dKlSlUtrlULlUII VUtll IkJ vi- - Q " - V 4. tUiUl U, UMDt The Arabs. BY BAYARD TAYLOIt. Those who have always lived at home can form no just conception of the char - actcr of the human race. The human - 11 , t i mtoiZZI. S he wooM have rwrM him manners itsclt in ccry phase ol lite. I i:u-llir a, it,,, cfnn0r ,n Wo may subdue nature, but we are none:"1010, , , , tt S P; the less her children. The brine of the a should ocean sticks to manner anv f o n,nonA m;iB ,,1ot i'i:il"ug o a pilgrimage, loaning un iapa gooa in ICS time and Wlttl it Will leuur, wuich uiey goo ureen 10 copy uu iuuuu. iub puuuu jmiu h j ou meet .in a thousand miles n lanu , Q . o . and addressed t0 A. S. Dech stat. to it thinl:ing it 0Illy a joke. A few days he robing and pitching of the sea clmgs; P B no likc'a cro3ccnfc I J0Qa from wboso horas ing that he, Green, was deserious of bor- after A. E. Brown, E,q., received a n,. to hnu. L'pon examination, wo find na-. ' , 0 " rowing a large sum of money aud that he ilar letter. Mr. Brown, accompanied by tions against whom we hold a prejudice,'0 Cr Pr0Perfcy bllfc hls two slaTC3 ancl the pale light of night glimmers onthcha(1 been informed that he, Dech, could Esquire Buck, repaired to Stevenson's W ;n ,n,r fn tliesc 1)0 Savc m03t flcclJ- Tho Palm of . laiidsoapc: the other is like the noonday ' accommodate him. The letter bciiur pre- room, in the Washington Tlotel, after , gainst every man and every man's hand apainsfc them. Wo are ant to cherish tho e T , , , . ldca of our school-boy days; that the A- , , Hi i ' -i.i a i rab, lean, black-ej-ed ogres, with flash-, ... , n . . ,., ing scimitars, read v, Captain liiloy like, to cut off h'eads of "all unfortunate travel-' I -v' t i t !! crs. iSo travelers have done them justice ' . T i a t i . rn , except LaTard and Bucshart. 1 hoy j pursued the truo method, adopting the; manners and customes of the people as! , far as practicable. I Iwas an humble follower of tho same : class for seven months. I found them a ' nation which retained the impress of the ! rOiilfilinnrl nf f ho. world. Tn annrcciatn ' . , . , , , 3 -n . ) 1 the subject, one should see the East and ! .. , c l- i notice me exireuies ui uuliuu ;uiu lupuau. ihe black, lustrous eye is indicative ot , . , . !, , , ., c , : desert symbolizes the wrath of the human 1 r,. ;sonl, ana the uoon-aay sunis a Stem-. 1,. . , , .x - , , . s What ever we say of the purity of our; sky, that of the East far surpasses it. rn, , . . 1 he colors of the landscape nave an 111- i fr, i 1 ! r j generosity was given to Ai-iiasscu. As a ourselves. The Arabs have suffered,5 J, . x , c ., L fA i proof of spirit, I , will cite an instance much from the mis-statements of travel-, 1 ' . . . nt r -L - ' Hassem, whilo a slave, accidentally' spil ers. J. heir antagonism to (Jhristianitv is , ' ' , ' -j . c led a plate of soup upon his master,whilc a hindrance lo an unprejudiced view or, 1 . . . . mi r i i at dinner, brightened and fearing pun- thc race. They have always been con-, , , f . , ,r , , uuu iiiLiVi xii4-&aua. All limn v x i..: 1 1 1. Li , i f , , , That is, if the thief escapes undetected. The crrecn of the palm groves is almost;, . .. , , 1 . , ' c 0 , , , 1 he is eonsideaed a clever fellow, but if from the desert form, as it were, a flood , , , r days travel m the desert, i left it cheered tne beauty and fascination of the scenery. bod has breathed his sweetest , breath upon the desert The Arabs aro I wanderers on this sea of sand. I migh draw an extended rarallel between the 4. sailor on that ocean and the Arab travel- oi nn fTio r!?fTF. Tfiftr nrri tmf'n unrrnv- ' ornable m the.r tempers, mag m thoir: tmhsf-a nrrtTinrone: tn prfrtrn(rnn(i nnn nrfii Uth depute of ph.siea, cow.rdiee. T clmll snpnl- nf f li rlisrrf. Arnfia mnm. 1 ' ! properly called Bedouins. They still re- j uin the patriarchal habits of the time of. Mose?, and as yet have never been sub- dued by any nation. There is no race i.:i. i..i j , aUWm MUV luu uraro. auB ai uiave, luai high estimation among them. yhwe arJ tvro cuomes pcculiarly wi,0-0 nvn f;rsf yuJ characteristic. ihece aic lirst lhe , t , i . mi. i muruer i . .1 i i mi I is rare among the Arabs, lhe j second custom is, lhe guaranty of pro- lection given to strangers and even to ,1 i t it i the Arabs themselves Tho Arab can' . . . ... ... j ....v. v... . v.w. - - ven of a hostile tribe. The fe - lhe custom is revered by all, and a vio-1 laliou of it brings disgrace upon tbc transgreseor, his family and his tribe. ' -n? i i -i i : Dignity is the natural characteristic of the iirab- IIls cal,n imPasslollcd facC him more than to have a stranger pass his door without enjoying his hospitality. ' The records of their generosity seem to us almosi told me of their gen or dalla. Mnstanltn. nnd Al-ITesen. A stranger feigning distress and wishing to test their liberality, asked help of them ... 3 i i j!..!.. -u i! 1 - - . ,i . i i . . n" n . 1 1 i .1 t. i Im.. f wl b fabulous. I remember a story missive patience characterizes the race. concluded to settle it with the old man Sl,.J5oj $1 ,()() was m bLVi) Diiib on uit three chiefs, distinguished for Outward grief, in case of affliction, is a ' J mg tnc euu t iw uenau uor- i armen aim iuocu-h.w. ' hi it. . , e. ' rowed from Dach for which he had eiven ton. and the remainder m bilb on the osity. ihey were oaneu .o- sign ot rebellion, lou generally see a , . . - . fl,nRn,l fitf lnnT.lrn.l Ktnn Innk. and no money of any oth- in turn. On applying to Abdullah, who fatalism. An English traveler fell into was just stating on a journey; he gave the Bosphorus, and seized hold of au A hiui tbo dromedary on which he rode. !rabian boat which was passing. Ho was with all ifrs treasures. The strangers ap- ! plied lo Mustapha, but the chief was a slecp at the time. The slavo presuming on h'13 master's generosity, gave him a baS of 4000 pieces of gold. Mustapha, . on awaking was an ry with his slavo and 'reproached him with frivinjr so little, say- vLV Ul iiW1"S!U" icef Vll was smitten with blindness, . , . .1 TT" forgive live in paradise." His master answered, "I. forgivo you.5' The slave , continued, 3Iay those who are majnian- . . . imous dwell in Paradise." His master replied, !I am marrnanimous, a'nd as a ' 15 ' Proof 1 8ivc this bag of 4000 pieces of ffold, and release you forever from the bonds of slavery." J The spirit of hospitality remains iu the citics cvcn !lt tbc present time, at least ; iii form. The merchant tells you, his horse, carriage, house, and everything, in short, arc yours. Politeness requires you to accept. You can tell him to take charge of it until 3011 need it. Such is the spirit of hospitality among the Arabs. 1 1 J c Though fierce and revengeful to the ' liof rlnrrrnn flinrr orn iirtf. frunl in1 Klnnrl , . ,.",. , , . -.thirsty. Ineir feuds arc chiefly from blood-revenge, and their insatiable desire , 0 ' , . for plunder. In fact, they may be cai- 1 , led wars on a small scale, and we believe , . 0 ' , ; , , ., , . 'Araos. But in some lew tribes, thieving . : . 0 caught, he srffers the disgrace. There arc two lauits prominent among them whicb would seem to have little palliation sse are, lying and cheating. Unless an Arab is your bosom friend, he will . , . ,,. , , i tile DeSt Ot illS aoillty. OUOUUI yOU prove j arper 0f ttJC t.0 jn tie bartrain and ' outwit him in his plots, nothing can ex ceed his respect for you. If he succeed in his cheating, 3tou sink in his estima would own it II Z !, tSZZS&ZZ ! noire. Une should understand their Jang- , uafrc in order to malic msfc allovanco tor .z3 jr. Thc lanTUag0 is characterized by pe mzaiitiea ronnA : no othar romMm. Th( rjM great wbal uicefc of its constructionj rc. 6 J ' . m lhe finesfc moasiao work and tbeprofuseness of rrnmmatica latical elegencics, him into ecstacies, the result of his dur- ! inn iTirl fiffliint.imnninof!nn 'VUr, nr. u .g tQ almosfc a scaed book h ! , . , , , I some valuable translations have been' uaJ Ul JuuKiimiii. -Limn I o -r P iii.Ij , . .... . architecture is pngwal, and can furnish .... . - . . a3 glorious types as thc schools of Greece or Rome. ' The Arab is suncrotitious. All leuuua juo ui uiu iiaiuiui uiuui u 1 bUinuS. i " . o ascribes to the genii. If a traveler echo, until I explained it to them. They said, O ! Frank! what 'ou say is true, )lt (t js strange wc did not know it be- forc Their devotion and subjection to the They are far below the latter in point of morality; in pride of character, and in the principle of honor. The most sub calm face, and listen to a mild voice say- ing, "God is merciful." This resignation in the lower classes, often degenerates into told to let go, for since it was the will - Ii r) IIIISIIU'MX III! I 11UL UI LUIl it, LUC TV IliLUllltiM nt, u 4iwu wv of God that he should die, they would permit no interference. "No," said the' . Englishman, "It is the will of God that . you should save me, and that I should j pay you handsomely for it." A bargain i was struck rm tho. snnf-.. ThoArabr.ee las pWiU cu,!ni,ia. a e , e a- ti a tion, and is fast fading away. The ad- , vance oi unnstiamty win ue uie ucaui- blow to Mahouietanism a religion per - sun in its blazing glory, shedding its light' pared, tho old gentleman started to take ii I the letter to Dech and was watched bv Uil ,llU" lev..! -L I.- C 1 11 THE CONSPIRACY CASE. Tho following subjoined statement, wc copy from the Easton Whig, of last week, j It appears that some time last fall Jas;;tho trial bllfc nofc Foduccd. ' J. Stevcusou, a medical student with Dr. uiougiu mat u uiey vomu get arresteu, ig was not m ma powor, e-u ! Trail Grceu of this place, and formerly a , tuo judgment note executed m the pros- . he had it and desired to place it there. ! resident of the western part of this Stato cncc soino disinterested and respecta- : Parker and Stevenson, about the loth of I became intimate with Mr. Benjamin . blc witness and keep it secret from the December were brought here and lodged ! Green, a week and embecile old man 0f;rcen fami,y and their fiends, that alt in jail, where they remained till tried. ! this town. would be well, and that alter the old J Circumstance upon circumstance accn- Ti n t. l on , - t ' man a ueatii, tiicre wouiu oc no uimcujty i mi.i..tpd n:n,t prrr n tj Bfirnnmin Grnnn tf? about 80 rears old . . ' ., J. . mut.iteu agamic i ua.u, , t c o t .m recovering the monev-. ADout tnc nrst, DFf,Tl. fGlT daVs a nnd war, t n ni inr of Stevenson s nreccn-; , , . r , - ? -nu J ujs .1 : Z i At n p : ot .Uccemher last, uecn calculated tnein- ,r(i orpstPfi and o-ave tor. Sfftrnnson raniGil the confidence ot 1. . ' , , -, , were d.reoccu anu gaL I : . . , . , :tercst on tue two notes or nana anu au- ' l his precentor, was in daily intercourse , . lU . Ll . with tho. fami v and was nlaocd m a nos- , , ,, l, 1 '. ..... ri oe.-MDn . , , J . , . L .. . . ' ,,,J1"- dollars and .j cents, tor which the . riP Qitmn hn mit7hf. nraotiee stratagems 1 . , . ' . .gainst 11c mirtn flirt nrrnf mnn IHfh lmnmiltv. Inlv- . O . . ? antl X ilTK rV of the he had ?." by reen on that day, repa.red ; , Apri rrainod. and desirous of bavin": some de u , - graded amusement with the old gei man, he decoyed him to the Washin traded amusement with the old gentle- , j . , ,i -iTr i - , . man. he aecoved him to the W aslnnston Hotel, whore he had previously made ar 7 f rangemcnt3 with an abandoned woman by the name of Catharine Lee, to meet ltJ 1T i . , .. ' A .t tliem. Ho conducted tnc woman and the , w .nfion,nn ;nfn ii hn.i rnnm inflm! Hotel, and then left, closed the door af - tcr him and left them in the room tofrelh- U1U VUilllwUl III. Ill W V 111 J U V - 1 . i ri D tn Mia ctnfn r. r I tt v 1 1 cr I ,nti'i 1 vncnnnf n. er. Stevenson anxiou3 to sec and knowto i-r- Corikhn ? store and there found ( ; btevenson was offered by the Uommon what wasoing on, peeped through ther. George W. Van Dycke, whom they ; weaitu as a witness and was objected to ventilator over the door of the room. requested to go with them to Field's of- by the Counsel for the defence. They The old gentleman tendered the female !ce- IIc dld so aucl there witnessed the I produced an imperfect record of the con fifty cents, which she declined taking. ' execution of the judgment note m ques- : Tjctj0n aad sentence of Stevenson, of a Ail th'n was done, as Stevenson cxprcs- tio"- aa DJcke stauied medicine with sjinnslr crime in Washington county, Pa., ses it, for sport and no criminal actions , Fieia an(1 rb ov thvco years past has ( to incapacitate him as awitness, and on were intended. Stevenson wanted to been about Held s office. j account of its imperfect and mutilated have a little fun and perhaps desired to! No time was lo.it in informing Green's state, was not admitted. After a long make a physiological experiment with 'sons what had taken place at La wall's i and able discussion of the question, Ste- thc old man. About this time or soon after son made tho acquaintance of Cridland C. Field, M. D. to whom he related the fun and tue peculiar adventures be had -,r n r u ON - uriuuu iur yua;-, auu sa wciiiig. nun ui-i uu "mu uuv, i acquainted v.'ith his wealth, his fears, hU j finally admitted that the had such a note, laiuua, auu iu iuuu uu uu ma iimi uu- tes and entered upon a conversation with j Stevenson how fearful the old gentleman, was of having babies sworn upon him. j by John, son of Benjamin Green, iramc- It seems that Field said that tho verydiatc!y went to Dr. Field's office and name of babey would so frighten him that; found him at supper. They had been he would give all that he had at command, cnh i mi'tnn nU l 0 i c:nC!ia ihn .Uo nf tr n m 1 in this way and it was agreed upon. Ac cordingly in the mouth of November ar- I 1 uiiguiuuuta wuiu iijaui; iu "uii tnu uiu rcu- L . t t j 1, 1.1 ZJtZ i all others, wliomight suspect loui play , ata o hin)-that Catharino Lec was with child by him and that if he did j Field's previous statement, thc old gen- 1 f!(lll!in Was VerV milfdl frightcnod and gave them five hundred dollars to settle tho difficulty. He borrowed the money c . ,-n , , , of Aaron b. Dech anu gave him thercioi, , . , ., nnn n , , .1 1nnirn 'ill 11; UUU Uliu l luuu auu ouuum ivt.iu 1 thc ifcatc and ncvor acain retnrn. Thus iu it. anu far thicr success to them, appeared tvi umphant. Elated with this success,some I davs after, thev concluded to re-new their exertions to obtain more money from the 1 .1 1 1 'i1 An J t- ivn oil An llita wc nil ' 1 Vl:ilLlLlIiiLll I W VIU IU II ' imnortant that the old man should first' '' js wealthy, should buy Aaron S. Dcch'sj bank stock and thus place Dech in pos- ' session of funds and th-ut Dech should I then loan monev to Green and take his then loan money to Green and take his note for it. They then stated to Green, at n timQ anJ placo aprced upon by thein,1 ! 1 I. HJ.1..tT. nCm(- 1 . t n i nitfttil . .. . nn . ... mm . "ou and renUtation of hid fair daugh - To adjust this great difficulty, they ' ,iftiurts 'Phv unw lmrl (Irorn's nntp. Tnr gy,100, and $-2,500 in money to divide among themselves. A day or two passed bv nnd DppIi bniiio- the holder of the ter. promissory notes and being uneasy about New York. Hero they remained for some the recovery of thc money he had loaued, day?, until a requisition could be obtam dctermined to' make himself more secure, cd to bring them from ?ew York to thW Accordingly they agreed to give up the promissory notes and lake therefore a judgment note, which they did not intend to nave eiucreu oi recoru, uiuu uium mi; old gentleman's death, which event they Iiad good ruason to supr0,e, would soon take place. It was also agreed that in , the mcanlimc. thev would manufacture ;evidenee l0 snhsUnlbto Dcel.V ju.lgm,.,,t "nd pledged their sacred words to help ' cr it if it ?hould cver comc t j a lftw suit To ,na:e 5(. look morc ob. 1 able, as thev thought, one of them wrote : oievuusou, to sue iuai uu iuuuu me rigiib (rang the door-bell, Dech came out, and leaves of a lragc book. How this mon reccived tho letter from the man who 1 cv o-ot there was a mysterv, as it was im- wrote it- This letter was asked for on M..I. n r, l rC 4-1.. a nlnnn r. t A ArxrtyrA ... . nl ' , , mm to witness tnejuugmenD note . . , . V w Dech was mistaken in the man, for when re- jtt'rt.3iwl AT T.o 11 t Vicryl i f 1 i i ." i il ' i i i t. . j, ,l l Green then left the store, -it, A few hours afterwards Dech returned 'and requested Mr. Lawall to say nothing ' about it to Green's family. They went stonc. iH biward a. btewart, grand : venson was allowed to testify. He un-Stcven-ison of Benjamin Green, and 3Ir. II. S. ravelled the whole case from begiuing to ! Chidscy, called upon Dech to make in- quiry of him waethcr tie nad or had not ', a note iu his possession, given to him by i. um j;.Unfl,wintnnj rr auu. tuai u uuu tw iVUvjr iu Dr. Field's office and he thought in the presence of Field. They, accompanied , there out a lew moment", wnen jjccii came , cviucnuy anxious to Know wnac i ,i i i i was )esu 10 ue uonc. nen riem came from his supper ho was interrogated as to ' rebut this tho Commonwealth called a whether he had seen the money paid by fevv witncdSe?t aml hy SOmc, proved the Dech when thc note was given. He said , contrary. 0l(l Benjamin Green was cal he had not. ; led and after a brief argument of the case From this time Dech became quite a- it was thought thathis'mind was too far larmed and on thc 2d of December had . spent and his memory impaired by ago his judgment note entered of record. to bo able to relate any of the circum Stuvenson was suspected as being one of stances and therefore was not admitted, thc parties. A few days after this. Ste- j Thig wag oue of th( mosfc cxdtlng and venson left the Washington Hotel, where in some rcspects tjie most important trial he boarded, and stated that he was go- thafc ever beforc took place itl tuis county, ing over into New Jersey a few miles and Xo cv;,nnai ca?e evcr occupied so long a would return in a day or two. He was imc in its investigation. Over one hun met at the 3hillipsburg depot, by H. D. dre( aud ninetv witnesses were examined. Maxwell. Ksq., and Esquire Buck, who Xo Wal learmn-r was snarfld. and but r wcro on the alert and watched him very , closely. Instead of stopping in IS. ..er- York was procured to watch Stevenson. Ho was seen tho same evening to leave his hotel, go to the Post Office, pass up Broadway and then down Cedar street, ex amining the different numbers as he pas sed along. AVhen he arrived at a cer- tain place in that street, he stopped, went in, and alter neing tncre a few minutes. ' hn lrtff nnrl nrnnnml Ail hnfftl tor IHd , V W W It. VV wwwvw.- w --w caniet-bag. AVhen ho arrived at the ho- mediately closed and search for Steven- j son made. 1 hey found bun on tho third .story with a bureau pulled over him. They arrested him and he made a par- tial confession and stated that it they would only let him go, he would have t -i r-v r -I .-v r 1 frt t! iti OrtiM!" C f VP P f, . WM . . Jvft( fo hve bcen and 1 there found Isaac G. Parker. They ar- rested him and found upon his person dflnnttiination. He gave no satisfac tory account of the manner in which he obtained this money and accordingly was nlaocd with otevenson in tne ioiuds, at place for trial. sey, uicy au went w icw .l otk, iiere earning and ability Hon. Garric tuey arrived aiter uarK ana stoppeu at Icrv afc tbo hcaJ of fche rilila.eph the Merchant s Hotel. A person m ew ' it. a v iirn,vn flI,n;ni.d!v nnc During tho time they were in the Tombsat New York, a thorough search was made of Stevenson's room at tho AArashhinton Hotel, and in his trunk was found the undersigned receipt beforo mentioned. About thi3 time and before Stevenson and Parker were brought over, , .letter ga"W or -A of Uenj. Green;- was received by one of on police ofnCer3, stating, if further scarch wcpe m.ldc ot Stevenson s room -l, 000, the rcmainderof the money.mighfc making search found the 81,000 in 100 bills on the Farmers' and Mechanics' , I T, i - ,t .1 Jianic oi I" asion, in tuo cioset, w :ipjcu probable that Stevenson would have put : it there before he left; and after he was ciiENOUit and ftcr tin?, they baii for their ap pearance at the next sessions. At Janu- s an indictment was found a- id, Lachenour, Dech, Stevenson er. J heir trial was continued 1 term. The defendants em ployed Garrick Mailer, of Philadelphia, A. E. Brown. Peter Ihrie, M. II. .Tones, O. II. Myers, S. 0. Cook, M. II. Mutch- ler and Samuel L. Cooley, Esqr?. The ! prosecutors A. II. Becder and II. D. Max , well, Esqrs. They commenced the trial ' of this cause on Wednesday the 10th pi April and it lasted until Thursday tho j 11th of May. Stevenson plead guilty to ', the charge and the other four not guilty. end, and told all the particulars giving time and place of the occurrence ot al- most every material circumstance. Ho i Tr. jiiuiii. nuuuiii. ui put Liuuuii 9. Liu subjected to a very long and rigid cross examination and at the end, stood nneon- tradicted, except in a few imma Cum-tances. The defence add aterial cir- adduced wit- neSjC3 0 contradict Stevenson and to pr0vc an ffz' as to Field and Lachenour, but failed. Thev also adduced manv , T,Mtnees to nrove th?t the general reoii- r o afton of Fiol(1 Lnchenour and Dech, for , ,onestv nf f:r nlinr was anrnl. To fcwr cses of tbe kind anywiicre has been conductcd ou either side, with more zeal, k Mal- ia Bar, of tha $Y6i criminal lawyers in the State, aucl I , IT . T,. nn, f.. n i civil lawyer, did their utmost for the de- ience; anu incy were couuouieu uy iax- well and lleedcr, and found them their equals. The case was tried with great patience by the Court, all possible latitude was given counsel or either side, no point was raised that was not ably argued by counsel, and deliberately decided by the Court. The Court gave the Jury a very impartial charge of about an hour and a half, and they returned iu about 3 hours with a verdict of guilty against Field and Dech in manner and form as they stood indicted, and a verdict of guilty a gainst Lachenour on four counts of tho indictment. There being no evidence a gaist Park nn, by direction of the Court, he was discharged by the Jury, at an early stage of the trial; and on Friday last was discharged by proclamation. The Defendants, except Stevenson, wero all wealthy. Lachenour is said to Ue worth one hundred thousand dollars, and Field i3 worth, perhaps, thc one fourth of that amount. They have been made "an example to all others in like case offend ing, and we trt thafc all others, in eve ry condition of life may profit by it. Eas.ton throughout this case, has been brought into notoriety throughout tho whole ITuion; and we rejoice that it can not bo said with truth, as in the AArard case, in Kentucky, that the Court and J u rv of our county failed to do justice to the Commonwealth as well as to the crim inal?, regardloss of tho woalth and prewi ous hi--h standing of tho Conspiratotu. VI -. . l i i It? V 1 ,ftiMn V."