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T ' -I V- U7- .-- .. r- i , . , ir , , - i s r i , . , - . - , tieaaMfcr.!-' ......., . i i. i i - . V i I Wnl inws t THUItSDAY, FEBBUAKY 23, 1875. t . THE LEGISIATUBE. Keports from Toi-clca indicate lhat the liresent Leglslatarelikc all previous qis opened up with bright promises of the greet good they would acccompllsb this session. Only two weeks remain, and as vet they liv9 done ab-olutcly nothing. All the promise t'i para good las uir.'Ksee-im-ut aiid taxation, fees' and salaries, and to les sen the burdens of the jeople, "have thus far ended in smoke. The 'principal object of each individual a-enw to beilie making of a record. The Hou-c pa.crt a good bill only to be killed in tlie Senate, and the Senate jiasso a good bill. only to fiavc it killed in the Hon-e. The shnltle-cock game Bt-cras to 1 well understood by our honorable legisla tors. Well, gentlemen, it id a Ion;; road tliat Jew jjo turn, and mark the prediction, that unless you redeem pome of your golden ,promisft, curses long and load will follow you who prove faitldcaa to your homes, and .another arear-will-not find you representing the people in the legislative halls. 8T. VINCENT'S ORPHAN ASYLUM The Topeka Cmrmontrcallh in an editorial notice of the cCbrts made by our citizen to hecure a much needed appropriation for St. Vincent's Orphan Axylniu, says : The joint oitmulttw-..; tTnd tnranVof thu en jiteand liouisinf rvKii.taiitcs ami a -very lbti-res-tins matins Usl eiening. lmsf X, J. larn.tt.lt M Oo-ldanl, Judge lraldermauai . x-'ptaterlVn-loii add res?-! the committee on tlw ijui-tiou of cp- i.nprialiii Si.tMltothe.-i-.tir on'1" asylum, and rinu the !unt )resciiled alMl fact sh-.wi:, llu,rw jub nnoduuuti.uttliat. tb aituniiirHttun aslcl should lie giirn. "Ilie state can not affonl to nrctrrt or forcet the fa-, therl eta and motherless within its Jonl rs, and ajit liaplicns to tic tliat the only orphan S5)jau X'tr the lalo Is healed In ttn-ttly of I.eaTeii worth, there can le no valkl -irsil.le f.tj-eljici l. 'the 1004- of this MIL 1 us owl y Lpiial alitl the on))' (r'lian, a.rlumsln lliCMaieof Kansas arc iu Jatuziiionli. null e Ulicre tliat of ill! thf rltarhjtsrtljat cut fair- Jr claim (he iMjlimt cimsidf-ratuia Of ''WTTihl luen, J' Iaini (he iMjfjfnt cimsidf-ratuia of 'triMh iiMai, ial vhfcfi apjrtaizis to our oritliana is tlie uu; thai vhiUi aplrtaizis to our oriOiana is tlie MTOU); ft ur own little ones (thiHuli trod forbid) war HMiie day lty for ttrvwl, and we pray that they aball not Iki; iu rain. We tnt and Iwjiere that the bill Mill ia, anl fitrtlter litieTetuateeryini-fiiliertwIio Hoi-ifir it -will tlirre arid rcceiiotbe caniut aj rural of hu'rontfttui'iit. "We are glad to sec' the Gimmonatnltk is taking nch an ir.ierc&t in tliis .matter. Of course, what it Fays will have much influ ence with the Jxsrislatiirc, and we have no doubt of 1hepawagcof the bill. t is ac knowledged by every clai of people that no 'institution in tlie St -It deserve and needs an appropriation so much as St, "Vincent's Orphan AFylnm, Tlie delegation from Leavenworth know the wishes of their con stituents regarding this measure, and will faithfully represent them in both the Sen ate and Hou-c THE HEW YOBK riOHT. The actions of the Governor of New York, and the Mayor and other digni taries of Kew York city, niui-t be a Kid night to Democrats all over the country. It looks its .hough when they get into power, tliey begin totpiarrel and fight among them-M-lves. The present trouble is lietween Gov. Tilden and Mayor Wiekhaiu, and thi ii the wherefore: Acting in obedience to Tammany, Mayor Wickham proceeded to czercL-e his author ity by the removal from office of 11 Dela field Smith, head of the law department, L.PerIey, D.llalcli, and Van Cott, of the I!oard of Hre ttimniiPsioiler?, for cause, and trarujnihteil hU order to that effect to Gov. Tilikn frtr h.a approval. The Governor wrote back to the Mayor a demand fur the testimony againt them. 'J"he Mayor re plied nimcu hat tartly that the evidence in such eaxa was none of his business. AH the Governor hail to do was to approve or disapprove, and if Gov. Tilden knew what was li;t tor him he v.ould approve. The Governor replied in a column or two that he could not think of attaching any value at all to Mayor Wickham's legal acquhi ments, ami would not approve the removal of the officials without seeing thcevider.ee. We are mrry for tli party, as this fight is an evidence that their course in Congress will Iw marked by the same troubles. It will, in the end, lie much lietter for tlie country, as the people will see that the Democrats cannot rtand,' success, and will vend thcnl back, lo their old traditional bottle of Bourlivn. - THE BAILEOAD VAB. The great fight Hill cotitinncs, and is the general tojiic of oonvcrsation on the streets. Tickets lo the 3-Zast arc being rapidly dis posed of. Tlie io-ters displayed announce that the tickets will c good until nsed,and merchants in the Eat who have occasion to send traveling agents west, have availed tlicniclves of the opjiortunity of laying in a stock of tickets to lat for some time. While on tlie other hand, parties in Leav enworth, intending to go East, have pur chased their tickets and will held them until ready. The Pennsylvania Central shows no signs of, weakening, as it cannot unless it breaks the. agreement entered into with the Saratoga combination. The lial imore -.Imft-iWi.. jj-s that 11 is the determi nation tf the Palliu.ure & Ohio Company to ask no favors iu this cniifil t, to yield to no contpromiro, and to fight it out to the bitter end for the vindication of its Inde pendence and Its right to fix its freight and passenger tariHs lictwccn Jlaltimoro and its Western terminus without regard to any combination whatever. Mr. Garrett stands on aWltitely independent ground, is per suaded that lie can maintain himself upon them, and for such reason docs not regret the situation which has been forced upon him, The Nw York GjiamfreJaZ Advertiser . in sists that Cob TouuScott will -stand firm. Itothi Garrett and Scott arc determined . men. Scott is bold and Garrett cautious, "but neither will gain much by the fight, as rail road Imsuicss tins year is very dull, and roads caimot stand alverr great redaction in the passenger or freight rates. No mat ter how. the fight ends, the' people of the West endorse, the action of the Kansas Leg islature in. upholding the Baltimore &Uhio. KICK Hilt OUT. . , The case of the State of Kansas against DWi Honston 'for libel, 'was'rontinued from Monday 'until March ,3th, TnB TiMts falwavs speaks its opinion frank ly, whether it "Vases friend or foe.' In;this instance, therefore, notwithstanding the dis honest and unfait'c6urse" pursued' by Hous ton towaids Tut: Times In, a similar case, when the rcusajus.riotoue tenth part aa malicious au imcallodoa,rin the case -where Castle is prosecuting witness against Hoiiiton, yet The Times feels bound by a. sense of right to say, that' rib one should hold him for trial, and that Castle! should be kicked nnccremoiiiouslv'o'uT of "court. Jf" suits for libel against the; press ais to1 be jiiiamtjinedpbnTjfivolqusjj ground, public journals will be deprived of. all power, -to correct ijjreai:wr6ngB.T Scb'un-dre!s,'-thiere6, 'corrnptibriist8'and'perjurers, -would Ihen'go" unexposed and unrebuked. AKOTHr DEAC0S;'H0D8Tp5-s IIE8- Thy did Anthony ael: Judge Wood )rn ne hh dedaion in the llines libel case until Monlarl On. rrvia).Jl, 1STJ. -t . .. X- -, JinDeaoon Honston . 1 jes, likpj a "low, Uttyjdog.i It seems absolutely . inipowiMe ior him to tell the truth.--' Since hV-Iria iwea in the Voumcmal he Las lied time after -time, and each time the lie is muled, tiie Deacon, with brazen impudence, reaffirms the falsehood. He ha never, had the honor rtke manliness. to' state, tho. truth about whom lie hates.-i 1- - -i -. ' - We will not offer to bet with Houston that he lied when he stated tbc above false-heod,- bot-we-will grrc one thousand dollars to any of our charitable institution?, if. the etatcmenf is not a deliberate lie, coinc3 out of the malignity and hate that reigns su preme in the editorial rooms of the Com mercial. . POSI-OFflCE CHASOESBTKAHSAS, During the week ending Feb. 20, 1875, fur nished by. Win. Van Vlcck of the- Post office Department. Orncns.&TAiiusiiED. Auiadur,. Jlutler county, Daniel M. Common, Puritmarter ; Kluffvillo Ellswonli county, Iewis Vogg;j Eonavillc, McPhcrson county, Allfen IL Baker; jlrookdale, "Kucounty, William D. Fisher; Cedar Creek Cowley cootsty,: Silas IlrSfilleV'CorVaiih?, Smith county? Andrew J. Allen-; Elkhart, McPhcrsbn, county, Seneca. S.- Gallup;; Idavjlje, Bene? codn, Pliny FT Aitell ; Malta,. Cloud county; Tius X. Montgomery;- Miltan,' Sumner county, Francis M. Shore ; Neigh iiorville, Xbrtin county, Abraham Beiber,; XoMe, IHce county,' George 5fahirarren; Biverton, Beno dAmty, J. J. Pickett; Stet iwiliach, Man-IialIcounty, Ludwfg' 'Mcrk lingliaHs; Sujierior, Mcl'herson" county, Jetnts A. Eakins; Venango 'Ellsworth coutnyyEllis irughes. "" " PiiprfAsrun VnVnsTED. Cedar 'Point, Clla5 county, Mrs. C A. Garlick Postmas ter; Dimon, Leavenworth county; ''John JS. Vernon; Farlington, Crawford county, Eu gene J). 'Farley; Fort Lincoln, "Bourljon county, W.T. Hercord ; Pine Grove, But ler county, S. P. Seed; Quincy, Greenwood county, Samuel Slough. A DEMAND. Tlie demand .for Tnn TlMIS of Sunday morning, containing tbc expose of Hous ton's quibbling, ejiufvung, hypocritical lying, course about the-hef, was to great "as to exhaust 'the thousand 'extra copies which wens printed. We art compelled to decline tli'e many requests to republish the testimony inTm:.TlMEs,buti for. thevpur. poe of accommodating thoscwho desire lo sec the alisolutc proof of Houston's dishon orable conduct; we liavc concluded to; 'jmb lir.li a suiplemental edition of five thousand copies, containing tho tet-ttmony. Front that testimony!! will be seen that all thfc witnesses, six in numlicr, concur jn saying that Houston did bet. To draw it mildly, Houston and Ilines must have been slight ly mistaken when they swore. TIITOir-BEECHEB. Thi-s morning we give Theodore Tilton's ideas, under oath, of woman's suffrage, free love and the marriage relations. Who can read his testimony concerning his wife, and not feel that Til ton has lieen wronged. So mild and gentle, yet reproving, speaking kindly of Elizabeth, and ending with the solemn assertion that he had always condemned free-love, and knew not what it was until his heart was pierced by the dis covery that free-love had entered his family, a demon in tlie garb of an angeL Who can ieru-e the reijrts of the trial, and not be hold what a tight, unrelenting hold Henry Ward ISeecher has on Elizabeth Tilton, how she confides in him, and how he abuses the confidence. How she looks to him for consolation and spirltnal -advice; and lie, instead of pointing out the path to a better world, leads her quietly and steadily down the road to destruction. LEGISLATION Senate bill, "So. ?, introduced, by Mr. Haldcrmaii, has pas-KiI that Ixjdy and is now in the Hon-o. Should it lccome a law it will save the courts a vast amount of lalior, and le a peace-maker in every neighborhood, i las matter ot people ap pealing from a ju-Kice's court to the dis trict court, for a few dollars, is fooliFh. The following is Mr. Halderman'bill: -K ACT limiting the risht of ai-pvol and miew. I i r,uKiol ly the Ijegisljlttrc of the SfaU ttf Kiin- ShCTioN 1. No caehall le tal-en on aoiieal mm a juMice of the iK-aiv to tlie di-trict court licre tlie amount in iitntroier-y dor not exceed fifty dollar. s-fc 2. No ea.se slill Le taLen on errr to the su preme uoiirt win-re the amount in controversy does not exied Iwo hundred dollar. I it . .1. In alicuM-sin wliiih the amount in ron- trovenv diN9 not otherwise ai,-ar. tvejud;ui.r ju- 1T- ! ire mimmii iu- ni-e is iui.i tdu. uiu wtca iJimtion of either lartr and tToiier eridenen of the value, jnake a lertincaie in writing theroof, which certiticalesliall leeiu.Iu.siTcuiresiept4p the right of amiealtir review. S.KC. 4. Thi et shall take effect and to In force from and after its nuldication in thtt 'Ji&ntvs Farrrtr. THE MIHNESQTA SEKATOE. Yesterday tlie Minnesota legislature elected S. J. It. McMillan U. S. Senator, in place of Kamsey; The vote was 2 ,to 61 for Luehrcn, a Democrat. Yesterday -morning, the reader was led tolielieve that Loch ren would be chosen, by a combination of Democrats and liolting TIepublicans. But the Minnesota Kepublicans were too smart for the IJoiirlwns, and elected an acknowl cgded 'Itepublicnn. A man of Undoubted integrity, of true Tiepubl!canprin9lple,and one who will command the confidence ' of Ids constituents. Mr. McMillan will make an enviable record as U. S. Senator. Mr.. Itaniscy was defeated by a York crpose., HeJ however, retires to private life untainted by the feast of corruption spread -before him while in office. POOB 0A6. The citizens' f Kndxville', Tcnrin' -were suffering from the oppression of a gas com pany, and finally threatened to- "strike," nnd declined burning any more gas. The company ridiculctl thc'idca, and laughed at their threats. Finally, tlte ttlssaissfaction became. so general that the, people, refused to take or pay for any more gas, nnd the trade in kerosene became lively. The re sult was, the company yielded, andrcduoed the price two dollars on the thousand.- That would bo a' good thing to try on all gas companies, when they charge high pri ces for a poor quality., .In a city,not a hun dred miles off we thint that 'once in a while, it would not 'hntt to see whetlier the people's, rights -are respected ofiiot. THE EXTRA. 8ESSI0S.. The Kansas Gty Times, the Jamrt broth ers' organ, is opposed to- the extra session of Congress. It knows very well how fool ish and inconsistent the" Democrats will net, irhen'their talk is compared 'with, their The President in calling an extra session las -acted -wisely: The' Democrats obtain ed control of 'thejlower.IIousti at the Isle clecdony pxoniiainglhat Uicy woudrdo for the country what;tlie :Iiepublicaa had -notdone restore peaceand " barnlony.1 If that is-'so, let hlliave'it aa,sobn','as!possi-. tbl jhsrncrhejtcr., 'But ,we, tear .tho Democrai.will-:nQt ,la ! equals to ithe taskj that they will miserably fail,- and then the rwople -will perceive their mistake, and, of course, CocgfessSfili again' be :IJepublicanv rj ' 'v-.'ji i n i- s i oirrix rimn'i kHitt:- Tec'CttjiaVhci.jof, Qill' Pusbec Danes and -las libel suit, 'and says:; -"X cfeiP Bamnl Hlnes has ronrmcnced ?ait inlrl JH, .Anthony, editor of thc.LeaTenwonii Jrr,, for blander of a laials-nte and iiacylul 'drspoaiUvn, U.' corres-! ajiu.ui-1, ana jtunonv, waounkturauy poaaingiy iiaypy.- C.i ( . ' J SI "It vr vt,-, e.kl t 3 9" li 1 ),1 UMinsiiuiinaj r .. , . One.KDuU, almort as ."wort expect an Jriskmaa to forget the ShantTock,!as4o')bj-!! j stirKarigpcietTCwratei t!uULhpi wcniUido wayi-with all procctKons on that! da v1,: -as j- they tend, to make light'i:bf 'the religious j ceremonies. We do not know bflt ,whar the rnUeBan:Jright,t,ihese public. iCeUhra-j tioac are sot verx! interesting to I other1 na-1 tronalitirs.-anaijIoMt-iiicrcasc'- the respect r .t i Tj-Ta'-i--'- irix-nu.rf. i of the day. But of course everr man lias his own opinion, and is' entitbjd to Jjnarch all overbite country it he pleases, as long aa he does not interfere -with other peoples rights. THE BLAHB DEACON." v ' The Watbcuaiijoto-, like .cvtrytrfher newspaper in the State lias said, something about Deacon Houston's bet. .The JUfrxia man is very much worried to think that the Deacon is losicg.hU aorals, and says: J t Tlitjirfikoil D. It.. A'thny; nf Ilia jTtnonli TlM, follows up the jpaid Ileojn lioiiatoD, of tlie Ixarrnvfotb' Ojerci'aC lite a Mod liouul on the irark-of a "ritUKt' "Anthony pnl Houston- $ii(, aad (iaUiin; us hare made a bet of Sl wita Bn.tli orliewii Ilou-ton, and won, he pgnwl in .hb cher-Jc only for the balanced ' lirothcrPeaenn woul-Jn't te knawleflfe eJlm. fnf iTheshonkl there mi liks- l-lo)ec.nuoUoB iatlitlitUrtfcurrharoomi the corner, ami aoiae one Jen. rmnnjUM aa wpna to wern and to tnoura.. 'Astlionr sued on"it' and won ajtaia, anAaowt try to "TeUtlnhU'fioid 'standini; laT4iquili; tliflai!fl ueacnai Baa; appeai'-i -le: oiJ. ;rhceJiUFotlnV4t.toUi.sahanied to MTstetrte tne Mjnti In fhia'wy.' '' ' ' ' ' ' THE BAiAST. QTJ23Tipr it a recent DaMjcmeetineln. JUarvusonb: Col. 'At-fhony onerol the'followiDgrfwlutionr , j ' ivurta, xnaitue reeaana saianra iHiwjiim 10 onr couMyoBln3rjao;trlveilraTaj3iit,r3:iJ bur 'Sxhatumaud t.'re nutta Are: herWiyimtrti.-Ul Uwiii.-c a' reduction of tiic name to atlcart one-loir Uie'Mini now jiaid to roch olScUb. " """ ," ,, . The nbrieB of all coanty ofliceri'aTe looliich, and we lhopo . the atrtuunA now V-n tOt In the. Irr,-' i-laiuxe will na'jll iu a. rtluctiou tnalUra aa! .atbfe riiT'Si" "' V- 1 - "x ni " re.jOnly clip the; above totphowjlhat our' ideas DO retrenchment and rdorui -arc en dorsed all over Kansas, arid" 'alsfi 'that; the reduction of county officers galarles. Will "be hajed wlih joy; iq jevery couutyi the SlatCw. People arti unanimously ill favor- of red ocing Slate,' conn ly, ' and ' ci ty ' taxes at icasonc mini. GOVESNUKNT AID-. .. LEAVisnvoirni, Fcb'."JD, 1876: ' ' lairiWtxMrWdi'loWVat W an interview I had with Mnj.oGan. 'Pope, to-day, alFort.Leavenworth, in' relation 'to tluJaiifiropriationi.inarfir the geiieral oventmeat fur thc:relief of "the dt.ti(ute in Kansas, .Nebraska. nd Dakota, that he said ,thd seed for spring planting and fccil lor.teams is not included.' and- that " ha is only autiioria.-d.to issue rationfj-and "clothJ itig-forfamilies.- -Yoiw,-ec;i'"''' ' . . - G.tWj!H;Moon. OOVMCNICUXIU). OOD LHTHE COKSTITuTIOR "Christran nation for ids 'thai." yiicre' Was it christcncxi; At wuat loot was it baptized ? Christian war, Christian slavery, Christian-pqlyganiy, tss it exists in Mormon Utah! A Christian' nation tolerating all religions, the boast of its perfection. Eo manism, Protectanisni, Chinese- idolatry, In fidelity, Spiritualism.' Atheistic publica tions issning from the American press with out a rebuke from our Arji'i-t-i govern ment. Christian nation, witliont God or Chrit IntheConstitution. Therefore, a "Christian nation for it is that." Therefore, it is. Logic. Toj,GAN0Xip,,Ks., Feb. J9th, 1675. EDnvm Tjmes: Left at tire stable of C. C. Ilonwell, in Tonganoxie, Kansas, Feb. 17th, 1S75", one bay horse, witb saddle i and bridle, supposed to have been stolen from Coffey county, Kansas. The owner can liave property by proving the same and paying charges. For further particulars address, C. C. IfclSWEIX. TiiECnimrrr'n7 "now seeks to excusp this fellow' 1 lines for swearing as ha did, upon the ground, that he is deaf. Of course he is deaf, but he should have recollected that fact, and not have 'sworn quite so jiositively. Ilowcycr, poor Ilines is not so mueh to blame as the mean, . unprincipled fellovs who imposedHipnirhisfirnpic credulity. The National Grange, which has been in session at Charleston, S. CL, for a week past, has adjourned to meet' in Chicago ncxl year -with thcprovi-Son that"flieexiicne of doing so will not lie greater than it would be in St. Louis. It is evident from this that the; Grangers' 'are'tryihg to find out which is the cheaper of the two cities. People who.have noticed the probable refusal to allow John Mitchell to take his seat in the Parliament on account of his participation in a rebellion twenty-five years ago, may compare the fact, to their profit, with that other fact, that the nqxt 'Ameri can Congress will bo full of ex-rebels, whoso Warfare against the. Government is less htan ten years pnst. A DisriiTcii from Wasliiiigtoii says thai the Second Comptroller" 'jiHs decided that the bridge between Council .Bluffs and Oasha is a part of the Union Pacific lloail, and in-tructs that government freight shali, lie paid for'pro rata per mile 'pver it, the same as over any other portion of the road. A verdict has been given against the 2ew York & KcW Haven "Rail road Compj ny, for about SI 0,000, in favor .of a man" who was rqbled of thai amount in one of the company's cars. It was held that the Company must protect its patron?. Dick Bcsteed, in s'jwaking of the Beech cr case, says the-man who would receive a favor from n lady and' not 'deny it under the sanctity of oath U tooroeantobe called a, coward. That, is. where Tick and, Beech cr agree. Tliey don't seem to appreciate tragedy out, at. Fort: Scott. A traveling dramatic company .undertook to play "Hamlet" a J siion wiiiic since, anu winie me narucniar star was delivering the.faiuqus soliloquy.hc was iuvitcdihy jhe.auilience.to "cheeeejt,'' hir.aTjjlVjViet out a-jx-cond .edition," r,nd such. rii. Lquii JqurnaL Tire question as to whether CreIghton,Do ran, Brown, Williams, Arilhony,Xorton and Crowley all swore falsely about the Houston bet, will be decided by Judge Wood termor1 row. -, i1 Texas is looking hopefully forward-io three penitentiaries. The 'Democrats- have latclv'gone into power' there. This is' ex planatorv. JL' selfxpliriaory .Item. ' -,Tbose Fait "River strikere'hATe .lost in wages over. S20, 000, while they, have received in .contribu tions only a little more than $2,000. '; -"SETATOE'IitrJArli 6f tlirsSVite'Voted ''to lav the "mbtidn ta admit PincupacL on the table. Senator Harvey voted to. admit him- ( - Bead the. letter from'-'bnr 'WiIiingto'n corresiionderit in fhii morning's 't)3per.',Tl3E - y - i - aj -i- ;. -1- - - TlUESj beeps (its readers, potted on, every- tlung of inUri-sUi Ims i.' -.:t . r-j . clIlfaaMMMM'..! j Wl notice tnany'nf knrcxchanges'cnttirig dowttHheurspace. , A'iood idea.,- Better "j V1 011 lA'X'!,i-IV , -lsi. it- i ? sman.parx'rfin winewg than a large one filled.with dead'advertisements. i . 1 . MilAU." -- --Ttte stroggle'of'tKahrts- Ory for1' V ncwed'lifeC'are'p'itirul.'' .This town is as far frie as poorlitUe.AtcUifon--i j '."iTnESalt'Lake JK&anc u making Jtlivo- T . .lyfor.Brightm. Y0anft.and.4hia ATormon iollbwi.- It 'is fighting5 si'good fight.-' - - -:- -.; ' " - - ;"A.'rnBEsrii;ET-'haibeen examining the heads 01 the leading members of toe Mis- oUri Legisirejut,rtVonlLVc T$fic$le !to jejl.aU.tnai.hf foidc ' . jt-ic ,v.m : ,.ll -.i.nr.n T1 v A ,-.S -si-The ColumboJ:GwrfaT- naiUakeh' trJr advict, and sfepp-urfl'tbeojlni That' Isjrigh prayer , y qurrtencnies,..1M l)eacon Houston does.; i c . . t z- -. ""TMW7i8. ' tl - -" In Jefferson musty, the County Board publishes 'the! name'f;every fierBoir,1reKev- j" lit ls'M l " iLr ' . t- " 1 f "SI1 jtelsf i-'r," P?t son. A good idea. FDrtScoU'Jias asocial Qab. Oswego is to have furniture and wagon cfoBeintcSi.rIig'r Jfj (U -St. Mary's is preparing to ceb Jebrate at. i ll'alriek'a da Wathcna isjearrvim; alLiUmaitbanu bachelors. The Miami IUpnbticca dees net like Mr.-CLegate'dnewtaxbilL 1 The, Parsons .Sua savs there i some ,. iui.i.i 'Jul .:f. J'i, . thing wrong in the mail route between 1 ar sons and the "East, ! XlifWam'o'C'iilei thiitlLi JJiavcn worthboujduarta cunigjand pickling establishment. f Kev.X IL Pinkerton, one of theipio liieera hi-tiirPltaBytorlUi church odtansaSj died lately at .Tola.. "Are there "four" daily pajiers in Leav enworth? asIctTt&eTopeka Jilnde. Yes;' three English 'ahd "one German'. Tlie'-ToTKta'C'waiMitrciftA-ihin'ka there is a rafntider the'-Statei rriter's'w'6VW-iilej and asks "whfererw the bill redncingthatoffi- ealVfces?.in': ",c'' C1'"' TncofiCulltyJZAaMiArk 'i'dtwes . -t "ill. ,cr ivia jv' L.Laj inu-j lii I that i experiments, jmadrf, during i.hei past yeaf-were -very iatifaetorv. . '3.1 -j-'- ,-lh.iW-. li,JoSSw5RVer! -Jft JCaraiJacatcd,afoIJOFs: jTwo in jTcpe-ka;.- twoiri .Lawrenoe; foa'r in1- Leaveas-' worthVWo'jn'Atfijison'; twd;.n Fort.fectJtt.' T,r.il, . .f. .li-"4,ii3"i'-1,J'1- , rTUesday evening a Vbl ,flf5hiy t"00" oery was pommiiieu in, AawraoBjTf. a. coi 'orea maji!'Uie"viciiiu '.KSJnc'I a. ueuiless '.white wbmauj--(itwW"CcrW- i B .ur: Hiai is gootr, -pigujay..rpuoery.on a peiinile.-wJiiteiwoBianuiiiiui; ' L Aicorresporidehth. the; Moms' C&mty- mi.'ie.'M.JIli'Jll in-'l ''' i-'rl- iii i'fT!SinsSS.'lsMl orumary grceu in uie mauer4j(mpofuung tld,ar.dchafges:tlial aidirijceivedah Mot-: ris county is not given to farmfcrs'othErtban crani-ers.. , ! t r-Tlje -f L Scott uukr mqn -,fj flwrrjed. ilc.ttUs auoiiV-an excurjig garac'thay 'oau nt the bouse tlie othcrn'ght.' JtwaS draw 1)kdr.' '"'Ile'sW'he'r. ' Siie'helil a' Tujl Jiind qt clubs, ami, he let licr .have the. "l0t." That'aalL - -.! - r- I 'l , ' Sd-saVs thc!r?tlj6uis' Jvurna!. ' r The Abilene CWwure hays i The Leavenworth Times continues to itlyJ up me uecompiiiruaiier. vii. jiuuhohj is old enough to know better than this, and that the more a. rotten mass like, Lecomjite 1H bLlXlJ UJ U1C UllilC UC Will. BMI1K, UUUiai' t.-r hpw long the pole is. Tlie Olathe Mirror says: tjea ven worth and Topeka both want the U. S. public buildings. The. Times, ever watchful of tlie interests of" that city, shows by'statistics,. and Urges in its elorraent' edi torials,1 that Leavenworth possesses superior advantages for the government buildings, and daily'demonstrates the flagrant folly of locating tlrem at Topeka. The Marshall county .cirs says : D. K. Anthony, editor of tho Leaven worth Times, has two libel suits on hand. The Lecomntc suit has been annealed to the supreme court ; and last week because lie mildlv said he would bet a hundred dol lars a fellow named I lines had swoni alie, this second suit is instituted. These are getting to le troublesome,tiuies. On Friday evening about)! o'clock, a.i the section hand car was coming into town from the south, while coming down the grade near the fair ground, one end of tlie Iront cranks handle broke, and let a young man by the name of Ed. Itnilper, who was working.it, fall backward in the track in front of the car, which,'passingover,cauglit and dragged him, seriously bruising an.! cutting him about the head nnd neck. He was attended by Dr. BedOeld. Though scrioucly, it h thought he is not fatally in jured. Fori Sevtl 2unitar. . , On Monday last Carlos Kastcrbrook, of Tennessee Prairie, happened to"- rather severe and expensive accident. He -was hauling railroad ties, and while going down hill two of them on which he -wa .sitting slipped'forward.-throwing iiim off of the wagon and striking the' horses. As he fell one of 'he ties struck hinvon the head mak ing a very severe wound,1 arid the front wainm wheel passed over his foot, bruising it badly- bnt breaking 'no bones. As. Mr. hasterhrook fell the horses started pell-hieU down the; hill, and were only 'stopped by coming inomtcct with a large tree lhat tood by the ronil-side, -and .there is where tho expensive- part comes" m, as Jit killed one of the animals "almost ins lantty.1 lBru: lor Sjwt'ipps ltrpuUiran. - :' '' "" The Washington Jlrpuliimti saysl ( OnCiJ'i VTi JJrpn camfrom, vthp .east a fewmo'rijhSjsStol.ant iu'eily located in a' note'pirt:of.'our'countyvl.Las.tSaturday the ShvrifrfrCa'fordeounty,, Jndfniia,' came "here, jhjpiest o.man. wjiqhad swindled one, of' thptownhips of .Crawford county'Jpufj'f a ,coniu)crabIe jiimounfj of monev. ' IEecam directly toour S.hcrifT; told his b'lisiiiess and. J&rilied hiit man:' , 'Theyp'niyjsicippcd' t.cat' the'ur, 4inn,er,- iiu iiyitit irtllivp icui wa.Atl ,uic ,flil- ncssj' ready for'tjie'trip. jSJxho'ucj'flftqr, the arrivalofj'Shc'riPaukyin thi3, city, )ii inafn Sva.. safely' lodged in our, county-:giiard-houw,andtiy('twShcxiIs and Ir.' Brown and his family embarked for- more eastern" quarers oriltlie; Tucsdav morning train: ' ,'.'..' Ask for What W JTefrd, Editor Times-I sec an- hrticle itfyour patr.6f.thef0tiiiht,fn,which"G. W. H. loorc. sates that he had an interview -with Major-General'.Popcy.at-'F-ort-Lefcvert worth, in which Hie" General said that he his or-, dors to issue'subsisfancc to the destitute in Kansas; Xow, I, am of the opinion, that- should the destitution existing in -this'countr lie properly presented- .to 'Major-General Pope, he would spply.a' portion of what lie dis tributes 16 the sufferers inthis cdiintyi .. luerenas been a great eiiort -made ny some individnaki im this county; to make it. appear that we nave no need ot help lor our poor,. but I can tell vou, Mr. Editor, that there are numbers .of good, Itonest citi zens of our county that will certainly suffer greatly from want of provisions, clothing, seed and feed for teams, unless relief L had at once, instad of waiting until all the sup plies are shipped to the western counties. Hoping that some one will take the matter in hand, anu call; oh the' General, 1 am yours, -. ' i 1 'WjiCCoMFOttTir.' .February, 22 1675. .; -m -s . i,,,, j ',mjg-Z2ti n.-n 11 j Tint 11' i; !-' - "' ' '"sr- Tokganoxie, Leavenworth . Ksvj- -i 'ic.- i!SebtascftS,lIo: "J -!'S)ttoA' TiwtS :' '"'At a convcntion'.:tne JK-opIe pi Leayenworth runty; held ;. si the ,city,of Tonganoxie,.on lhe;lSh- innt; 'the following n-solutions were1 'introduced 'afid unanimously adopted : . 7 ' . ijWMFJUSAa,' Itiis anestablished'-fact thst dertitattcrt kn6wfftd'exist"to "an alarm ihg'cxtcht among the arming community of thisrwrtion qtLeAvenw9rth.county, and , that in .consequence of said'destluitibn mucli "sicknesii and suffering has'beeri'eTifaired, "as avnatririlucncetliereorvand'. I tWjiEBFAS TJiepeo'pIe"pf, these towsshipit haveat diflereot.tuarslelectedcomnnttees, andem'powcreil therii 'to'-solicit' confrimi- tions in liehalf of the needy, said com ml fees giving ireeiy oi tireirtrme anu money lor the arcomplisnmentoi these .rioble actsot charityTreHeYlng'tnewahts and'alfeyiating Uie.'tujfcring of tuetrurorroaate neighbors, assailed through the putijic. print, their ve ridKy rineti6neTl,,'kmt :tKeif motives'' iav pugrled by the editor of n tbe Leavenworth .CijTriaand by ,00c. "M.S. &j1.oi Stran, gar townsbip, and haTe'l'CCC.denoqnced as sWnaM"'ind'inostors7 )iv thl formefiia as-lshamseless frauds" by thS latfcr;tWre fore, be it jniLr.tx- - ul! -a -'ra JUtUml, Jftr the peoideot these townships uicor Micml edlMpe gtr jtovshinv.d asrr ereovery.f;othwpT Bpn. whojunbuiogly.dcclare;ihaf titer j no'destitution in this cpnntv as willful and -rnaTfciSk's' fai3ifiers'(iiaiVidua1s:'who--are seeking to speculate on the sufferings "of lbeic lcrr,-.iiiea),owJ are vMafy mavtMy I asllhatcctiiankare'berebrtrrr dered to vtlroee oosssaittcosi who"' have' m kindly and generously:: responded to tlie vwhcVoftse.peopla-ie.hbee in- tairi be half; add Mho. .have givta tbeir timejanooey an4 wbpW I might be fed, I -o ffiKxuK iusaijMBgry the naked clothed, and tbe ivenuon assempieu, . uai we, puxiaciy iMrt'tlieifororftfealotemehiion- r.aiM' thBid'-3I.'&;Si oPc Straii'- that their labors in thisou-ecuon havo'en- titled them to the lasting gratitude of the rieorilcoLlhescaoinKhipf.. - liesJred, That the thank of the conveiv ftiojr5re hereby J tendered .l.irtlKS.nilJtir,Trf tRe -IxavcnWorlh Ti.Mitf.r lnVurt.)hes ijiuiun.-iur.iatiuii i(i uiiuwiii tatc n nsvt n1 rwrtt j !& i-hai ra al TKri nrv f lik Iali tiza the statements of, our citizens .cqacerniug the destittitioh'that cxl&"ihftl:eir town- shipSjLand.for Iiis words of cncouTgenieo In thename'and behalf :'vt' the suflcringi ervwheri we tender'Ijthi url'derfiest and ventu port. of the proceedingV'ctffHfiS!,0', lUMHitd, 'rh.I tW Secretary of - this : coni bn be instrtrctetlto fonraTd"i'fufl-"re' the, editor pfTaE'TM3-reriuostir'himw;iTOi.ot- to'pTrblh'the'arnei', ''.""-' in-An-jwijir i trtit-jAAi tn Klfrtiitthc 'iIKrim.ot tr. Ur Jivrs lirNr4iiiairiiJ''"VlMtl.tfte;irrjf"tKe. a ' Tis..-W-ic oLLjiZU.V t i.ic, ""' ""Tno!i!3.iO I !oo J A M ') ,1 l-.A m j, - LETTEH FRfHC AlrTTJrrCTO!r W.1 C. ' . --- -r-M s- i I lo 3 YVAatEJGfOX, Feb. 18, 1875,JC. iviivu xijLLa: cmcc my izsi has been some work done -hare. ediIw.doii.tbAt'miybe'd'rrc4t con- . .,,-.'- -tit l . agree,uponbylLhc BrVitCiar cus convened taicdniidcriinlo'twhil Iwii best tbbe dane'1ri-WlaUoJtb'Qhe;ilrouUeVtitabfBUi0tB in t in the couth. I he caucus ws of about U,the.leadijsrbJats, JW Xbrth andSouthjiauii dsvpied todmigiita.fo a c6a' sidrration't)f''the';riuetion," in1 addition to the th'6roi'gu,raltenUb'nygra bv fheiVTOmmi't!ce;apiM.int'eatodrlHSbill iuny prayiujjigjior .ineirouuies 01 me s as far as il' is' poUifiie to 'do bvlaw. ,, fijr.jnTy.oiiTR Sv XI South -I.- T1IEEUO " 'The-folIowingi,.js a,,fuMiyiiopsIs."6f itFje. bill as ilruiuuLji It j,ititltHl .a hill for mi act, 19 Protect EUttort.!ijd lo.ipreveijt .Vrniiil nt 1-lc.linna.i . 'f 'J ...i ..Mn.T Sic.iLiMiaViiMwao4iiwe-i0Dawth; in,tlej"ursdifitioA.l.h Uwtedt(6Ats! or of aiiy,4if0tlie.ta-o(.iMXaion shall for- uhjypvtBroWjkugoTwrnmtBtjir jin-terfm;in-,auy;Mr(Ue!.pr.unkwfuls manner ,wilh Um ;,due AVVCUtiou. .nf ithb.Java.of a State, ,pr thp; L,iW tat, , r 1 ed aspire! for such prpoesiwittvtbi;;iiiUait klcuaimh crime,, ti.,,wtrsiHi .m ollending, shall! brV' -deemed cuihy., of, a..felonr..iandiPuuished wiUi anne not cxolHsIui U-u Uit)usaDiL: dol- larsrai,imiit'roiinii-nt no,;eactliujp 'ten' ycaui- .. t, ,s ... j, r. . 'II I " ,, ,&ai.. If two.or Jnora personlt-shAUicbn- ,?p.ite ta .uurp by force,nny udh govern"-' .mentor juj, lie iianiueinuiexeoi, or. snau iUiempiiosuovert or.usinvsucn stale gov- ernmeut, pr shall h actually;. overthrow, the' government of sjir.tate-.iuch.ieodn. upon convictionjba)L be.Ldwmed 1 guilty ot a .crinie and .fined not jess than.fivc.luousaiid dollars, and imprisoned 'not exoeeding', w6' years. sec J. Any persons nsing .bre-arms; or other deadly weafipps against any persons at any place on tlie day of registrations 'for .the. Congressional elections far, the .purpose' of intimidating or, injuring such .persons while such election in?n. progress, and .who shall do tlie same before, any election, shall "be guilty .of a crime; penalty five hundred to two thousand dollars; imprisonment hot exceeding three, years: JYovitlal, That if any persons shall. carry concealed fire-arms or other deadly weapons at sucli elections or place of registration this shall be taken as presumptive evidence of tlie, intent to in timidate under this act. ... ' Section 4 provides that any .registration officer or surpervisor appointed under the" laws of any State who shall refuse to iier- mit. citizens, tit vote, or to register, or lo al low them sufficient opjiortiiiiitics to register or to obtain projier information, shall also lie deemed guiltv of.a, crime, penalty, 500 ... ei fwwi'.-:l.r..Ir..v.:s. V . r-' t?.li.r- ... l l,W, ilU1.1101111l(.-lll, S1A. JllOllLllS IO two vears. - - - Section 3 relates, to balloi-lmxes, poll-lists anil otherjiapers evnnecteu -with elections. It declares the abduction or mutilation of any of thcsc'paiier.i a crime, punishable by a r.nc 01 nvc ntimireu to three- tliou-aiia tlollars, and imprisonment two to -live .years. -....,.. -i ' Section C providos that .if any person .'hall lie killed white acting under this law. such killing shall be! 'lrinnlc?'punishabl'c utl. 1... .Tu.ll. n.m.l ' ' Seclion 7 coiilers civil and orimir.al juris diction ur.iter this act o'n TJhitcd States courts. - Section 8 provides for thc'ttpjiointment of general supervisory of, ulectkiiis.iu all Con gressional di-tricts, in the sanic manner as is now provided, in any town, from ten to twenty thorisaildl ii1ialiltanU. Thc'supvrTi sors may lieapnoinVeil'fruci ariy. part of the district, 'and are, fo'l' appointed, bythe judgcKof the 'rhitedSlatts 'circuit' ( courts, thirty'tlaW Mpre rVtistxa'tioii , Tticrc.is to be a chitfsupervisoiriii every district! ",' Scctibh 9 pitivldes'fdr' the t extension of the existing "laVs' is Hd"deti'u'ly TJiiiteil States marshals sx) , that, marshal raaj; be aptwihW iii:every county, and ji'a'rlii' inev ii..v: UJUi" JiUL'.'' . - - i;i v,uni:iwiuiiai.uiuit.-i. . . 1 . rSectiorflUpwvldes'tlie" duties I "of officer ence oFrlieriupcrTisors" Jif election or, dep .J..'.Ai,il iUiUU-;iQ.iii!J i...ll . .P-r f. u.; m-"wwiaiw,iu lUllliCUlieiv SVI1I -il certified copy'of the re'turh3"to tlie chief sti- pervi'0of th'tfdist'rict'and"Jo''lh'e;'CIerk bf the'Nationai House of ltenWiienCatiivi ' . icuivJ'ni . x.as ;i,u. '..'A r'lirii--.' -.: under ..-....w l',',u 1 .wva. 1 "-V UMJtVl U:Ui ider this acrsh'all',recelve''tom'ieh!atioh, .1 ji.;.i.u i."ti,i'vI'. 1 ,.:Vi' 'i-ir thev relate -'also Vircfccribes' means'' whe'rebv wmtcstants'in1Co6gre''njafl'6l'tainV6erti- fievi copiof th'dbaijtfu 7' 5; 3' "';;' Section 13 'provides' tliat"'.wb'enver 'wch unfawfnl'c6nil)ihalfijn's,'a's ilefiried Ih'tlie re "vised statutes and xner'th'lii' aci' klialt' be brganlred or"attempfcd' ah'U so' 'nii'mtrous and powerfurasto'be' able,'by!''vi6leiicejto set at defiance and'tiverturn'1 any,', State authorhieylh all.siicir caj s(ich' combina 'tions shall b& deemed a rebellion against fhe'United States,' and'during the contiDua- li.- It t...l. 1.11:-! .-?r.tfll.rll?,.-;.- iioii vi Bum, 111:111011- willful 111c .liuiii Which shall be prescribed bv th'nrolclahia- tion'of thcPresinnt'of 'thc'tTnitoa States', it liiav be- lawful fbr the President; of the. United States, in Ins discretion, to suspend March' 3,- loWJ'rulafingto' lab'corpu. are hereby revived hrfal! jxiw'ers. . " The caucus was qtlled to bfder 'at. 7:30 'o'clock by the chalrhianJMf:'Mavn"a'nr, and the committee bill "reported;' '"'' "' ' " There' was considerable' 'b'ppositlQn to granting the power to the Presidch't t'6"ifc lcnd'the writ of habeas corpus, but it V'as finally agreed to, -since it was. cpncluded that the White League- irasIrat,, another form of th urou-KJirr,,and;','Woulil in all probability have' t6be"'up'prcscii'' by the same Jncans'that werc's6 successfully used before. The supeneion, or .the' power to sufpend, -when circumstances' demand it, will work.no harm, sare to crimlrials 'and murderers,' of the South", and as'for'such, we most earnestly hope, thai the", government will continue to give them -.cause- to com plain. This bill wilt now bebroiigbt before th'e.Hoasei in accordaBxe with aVresolution passed by, the caucus, and pressed 'right 'on final action, one way br.the'.otherand the suppositioiys tKat,:lw'iI pasi.i." it' The Congressional 'Committee oh louis- iana affairs. adjourned; there "on 'the 8th inst without eBectimr s compromise.-' it is better for the honor of all WnwrnetTthat; the proposed compromise should fail, lor, it was alike dishonorable to all eoneemed: both' the Conseryatlyes. arid the' Committee'were, wrong. jTheVpomniittee, when accepting llie prKitinn y udff1 j" ' "" of the election of certain men to the legislature of 1 ;;.. tu'i-ji "T Ai f . 1.. .1.. .n agree that they would not impeach Kellogg, or in any way .invest bzate. JiU. gvemmenU' Onlho3dj'iieCMiservatives dis-! nonnrcii tneuisviies, unu jowervu .uicgisu dard of honor b j signimt ah" agreement hot .to; impeach oinvtstigBteria CaM they" were od4red tobethe-paKieaelccted.'-"- : ' '"- VhHe:thi ftrtewas 4k!ked,,6f,hthe oamtaiUH of'tseyertyptsSeJ'Woinioris'fo tIo aartaiag lhat.eoaM,1lcbnstruea' info a xcoagaitionbf the-Kelloggveriimcntlt 'If tbevdon't beUTe!theT'prtr-g5verhmcrit isJegal.-nh&iwmanly'at'leist-'Tthile! lh!e propiped ndloti looked mttcht 'Gkei'ttade. The duty f.lhe'eommittcesrasnd4gciif the should' have assumed' that1 'character, waste fiadko!wiweWted Jand scJ'-TJeCide, Hthortaiklrigany-iijoesttbnS' a? 'to- whit should llb"de4e:by'tlM9eaUrv3'e1jRftedlhM, bcrs afeer Itak ing'c their8 seateCAnr other oouno ioriksas-; thoughl J the1 ,conrrhirteC,-'ii jbdgei.-BhotiW syjJ.We'wm-miU'that'jroij are duly elected if you will work with'nr iev-J "otherwise it is-'ta'hcJi!:'of',:'a':ffu'cst5on wajether.nifeectMloir'lrioti?'0 'tlai Omservativti, ireadr t9b'o-"ap7KIhgrt'for qce,.g an-gMemit to'thfllffect:'"F6r the sake of what little honor there is still leit in jlitics,w are gladUhat betferconn euhaBpreVMl4ohWh.'indes,t''ana! that they.KxwtiotrTor; before1 it wis try btc and bccameia Aattorof tiisforv: "? Jl ' Of coraaki-'lSght and profieMnat tn'eJ govenoiesu anauKrau it can to enforce law and preserve order throughout iudo- 'in'ch'afaV; of bbnot;boxes'6ii the day 6f"lec tion J'niakcs'if tliejr dutj- fo'coupl,the'v6tcs before leaving the tiajlor-bjix, fit 'the .Pres tnlngs which Yt cannot perform ;"fBr "in stance, it cannot nrevent traitors from be- Kirig3raiUMslinrii3r while ir mar- enact" good laws, it can only secure cocujence while it has tho.-stooflg arm, oFSiwer fo-en-furCiilUciu.i Xll tUosef cirtsJii growing" out of the late war are still un-ettlcd, and . , . t -. . "to-tuen again jiLt so soon as they, have, the con-, trollintr -power; airil'.from' the present ten-. 3 dtneies tliey will'-have thaf afterlh'o elcc ;.tionofilH70.uul:hcnclooll!"'out. for some with" the rrbnt'ol "thirnegro'tbtbe'tlie white man"fi slsre',1 haVe, not.cca.-eiI 'to lieIi.viosi- ... ...-.. it.- r. .. i - '- --"ti sura in uic cuuiucru miiiu. uiiu itiaic, yut t?'8"01 YHiZWli SJfiPffftl AJt t Aj.ni'4i-(t1i& titrmnn ocer'toln'ate'tnW'ffectLve: Uoinyeleled WiraniFtO tnrcDare for civil inn od lw sli ji-wjj srti .fti . !i rtIied uifcri-thb'e6ijfe?alcs6ldir .th8othJ'ls T 7HJ ..'tU'l.'' - T" -armsantTamunitrsn far a nrbiracte .rgtfc'tabijmehole civil rights bills and PCTsidcntrKrr'i federsio !soldii ?$. paign," kt them throw .their .Sags', abroad- Mai wawill hiif trj-ir'linethls. Unic.!&wi Uyionie nriore,l!tor, makif Ircason'iSdlousC immc oiaujifrpi Stmth.M)t)tiwt whenever the. Southern lord shkll8ti)mp! his itiloolwherenitWillj'.be'sulij'ijct Jtq Ithe' actioii ol umor'voltih'- inflnf nees. iThts firetiiofihe''iAiiZiT6iifya'sa'nipt"of the talk from all places'bt'the. -South, and wre predidtUiat'atioh'er-'effort1!! be. wade tanliUhelnation"brr''th'e aidl ttwfk; of; -q.i". i?;ni. " 'i'i... f..n.,ri'.Jll(-t: ..MM. ...iuto. au. .vt.vmiifa Aua.,1 11UU1 one of iheimost'royar-'papere"dr'irgihia, will show Ihii the darieer U niariifestim! it self fronioweenllbf Ihc'Srfuth'to (tie'otheri' 1 :n i:ii J.. :.i-f jtin i-.fcj' "Lc -i anu niu un;ik& uui una open uenance 01 ail law andrtlejTf'aa heretofore, just as soon as they haye tlie. weri torntakti thcir.worjr'a success. It will be seen thai:th4 rnmniitte ob ,owntUu,lioiiai(amiidms'projk)se5 to' siriae uuui .urn cute otasaiuiiomiii inose- ,lufciwiw iitsnuiu uio ravimsm-iiie war, us iiiejr win iroiu an laws oi vjDgress just assoon W.tVyjpotiiibly can.- '' ' w " 'VfeinifU'tB&VSQS.. -i' il .! ) itlTsnu.J -rs., t From the Valley Virginian. , .IhSto.otVirsiMain-IdCOlwai'restot ed toitlusrelaUOiMto.tb. Feileral1 (jOVtjrn-niijnthe.Jiadaeveredrin.lWlUy-tlie act of tKaiiioMi.UpfmthecohditiomP'implied arid expresscil in the following clauses of the bill 01 nghu 01 Mrginiai3 1- ' "That this State shalb ever Temainj a member f the United IStates of America, and tht;the people! tliereof arepsirt of1 the American ijatiou; and- that; all attempts, from whatever source. 1 or.' upon whatever pretext, to dissolve said Union, or to sever. saiu iiui,iuii are uimutnoniuu, anu ougni 10 be resisted with, the whole ower' of' the. State. That the Constitution of 'the United btates and the laws.jof-Uongress passed m Eirrsumce.tliereol constitute the supreme iw, of, the land, to which paramount alle- giance.aiid obedience are due from eTery, citizen, anytliing io the constitution, ordi nances, or, laws ot any State-to the contrary notwithstanding." Jin these clauses of the bill of rights' the two,idcas.ihat confronted each -other in the late civil war are embraced the one of se cession, negatively, and. that of the perpetu ity of the .Union, positively. The war was a conflict of ideas as well. as of arms. The. doctrine of.State sovereignity, to the' extent of secession, was maintained by the South,; that" of consolidation, to the extent that the Federal power was paramount in determin ing the relation of the State to the Nation al Government,! by the 2vorth. The forces representing this latter idea were triumphant. The doctrine of seces sion was determined by the. arbitrament to. ,whlch itsatlvocatcs.appealed to lie foreign to the charactir.of our political system, aid that.Cver hereafttr the Htipmnanyi of 'na tional over Statu atlthoritylshouid berecog n?U t ,... - - yjfgih'f'er asking. to lio nllowed to resume her; dissevered relations tm the -National Government, accepted this-interpre-.tation of tlie vliUtacter of our political institution-- . ,.. ,The jn-ople, to.whum .the question was submittetl, voluntarily recordcittlicir alfir mation nt the iallyt-l)ox by two hundred thousand maiority, and upon the assurance of the gooil faith .of this declaration, the State was invested tfith all the iiumuiiitL's pertaining; to a tfAiual Commonwealth in the lnioii. The contract was Incorporated into the ltintiamental law ot the Mate, hedged, arotmd .and covered over with all tin:, sanctions thqt honors manhood and tra ditional integrity, Could 'poesiiblyiimpo..'. 1 stands to-day s a solemn pledge of the puqiosc of Virginia to maintain her assum ed national ,ptlwatiui and as a touch stone of her fidelity to the good faith im plied. , ,Cj , j . ,; . I - N6twithtanding tht-so incontrovcrtibie facts these, solemn. .pledges these oath liound obligations we are now called npoa tocunridcrthetjlrlibcxatc I'ropo-iticni to strike from the bill of rights tho clauses.' we have cited to break the faith that attaches to, them,-and TepilliaUi-tlie. cymlitiona ujhjii which State autonomy, was .tccurtd. n The CoiiimiUiV) pi Conatitutionil Amend- meuts . i)aye,oj-niauy, oaermmed .to rtjiort in favor of striking the clauses alluded, to from the bill pf .rights, and stripping the ciVnVtiti'itiou' iiJlittei '.featurur, ruxignixiilg the rcu.ts.pf tie: war, and the 'conditioes upon wIirch'.Y'rghjJanowJuildshrriiosition as a State fn the .Union. -.TJiere. 'lias bwjn no public discussion of the propriety of the, movement, and conicquenUv we are not in lKKioii,of tlie, reasonntiiat are advanced . lor'thU pro postt'ljH'rfi'dious. violation of the !f.T'Jil?.-if7i .1.' f .i.i.t iiiiuiu 4Hiuiuf,tiiy.wuiuiuiintaiiiii. . Ve.certaiiiIy are.tiotiaware of any new developments, anv oiiiiressire- limorations liLthe. other, party ..to: thu contract,' that would iu.-tifv this faithles-ness to our dtity and obligations in the premises, and we can Ierccive of no provocations, even remotely Considered n likely to occur; to relieve the coiuiuiiieuaiiii tne jiariy lt-rcpresnis 'iroiu the suspicion of iwntetrating' an ' act ' that will stamp the State with ineffaceable dis honor. What possible motive can, neat the bottom of this reckless' disregard of public duty, we certainty-are unable to' compre hend, it cannot be that the Conservative party of Virginia arc looking forward to the contingency when the conditions embraced in the clauses in controversy will interpose an obsticle to State action on national ques tions, and contemplating-a repetition of the fatal and criminal fallacy of ISoi. which spread 'destruction arid death'ovcr'tlje face of the country. ;i It will be well for the people to carefullv a .:-jtij;. .1. 1 -,:..i..-.; - anu pwiyugi. jiviiucr ilic, Jirioiuuuiiarr character of the propositions riowVpcriuing in the committee on. conititutipn'alr amend- tlAH W0 W 9 m Vwaa17Jh 111 . .An ! . UIKUV, MI MIUUIUUC, MlCUirViliai. Willi i qoestidn that' carries" conceafed;' beneath. its surfathemoaeirravated disaster tiiat ever sent their prfmsdn current over the peaceand happiness of a people implicat ing in the ulterior results the very existence Of theinslitntions of this country. It'is due to the people of Virginia and the country. that the'toearnng of these Insidious anu dangerous proceedings be explained,, and that aMnk'btpbiitionOf.'fh'e pur'posrf'en- Tlie following resolution has .been Jutro dnced and pxssed by the ,legulature of North Carolina. ..which, will (conclusively show that there Js'Vi wide-spread drtermt-- :-r In ..'.-jji. r'ii.- cr.T.'.i. '. ' -j : -nation iu an iuxui ui. iuc ouuiii uirjUirpriiu .in&coioreu wunuis oiaii xuuwiffivu,,! "". "ifcw.'rci"' Thairwc,- e'Cienerii'As-sanhly nf Afh I in inl tin otirviil tn uran' mill Within the.bQflIer"bf our Suta,U prot4t aMinst ltiA 'nni'i-it ami nn-nrmiii ,trat- icht'of.6'ur people fAXiii :ptiialy $ r(e ucHvy:ii our, ucuuien yi iuc wuiie ificu.wuu have heretofore 'adhc'rHl to" the' lienuLlican p4r'tp"'seTeie1'1tireir')conrtipnj wj,.the, sauie lor mc icust..ii(ii3ii uiik.iou ui,ifa.- .trenie? perI topur.marib.ood, ,al mere.tnie-. lions oi party pnue, or pasiiiQn; iboukl.be forever sjirjk' in fSe.igiSit isuVfor tlie. pro tection oi:ouiiiuraijy our,socui riguis, ana fow'the ciyil.richjs. bill jonly allows the coiorc-q citinstoi.-ii:c..a;;nuca.j;taua -ucu rig",kai.izet(exetnritJto;bfor I, Aw to "the 'col&reU.cItizchjJ of theeountrv can alkt tbcr"mannood, moral aut nopal hgh,a'i'j;oir'hjcgi Jl ihy.fiQijfrf 'citizen capnopt?venn:any pbbccpjryeyartce,.hq Cciinot' esc3.1Soutlifcnj Ia.veyive;'with the bkJodh'windpii-hls track, as heretottire Tt l.'.'-inrii'it'Iiave aceess"ioiVoti-l. L.icuil ?er." II ' tnit'cMBol.li'puraBjqed . by. fn? laws and..wu'rfs,,orUie,la.'thMi.le: as a- f ree'"Ahficiw,"'musticoi2Bt him ; sef wilhjsuch' riTil'a ja" jnaitcrgrants, a siaveaVi'd'thai'is tKe':igS,to'be,,aj alive, til. ill. that this relation" lmrilipr.Onr friotis mistaire in' advancing the freasonablc l. . :r rt. fn it. democracy io a msun usi win eoauic f lL::..:L.irJn .. -il -;j..!i,it-itliivl'. Ulvi.-iT f ii. XVLiCC uierc ' i.niiTiguia vut auu tuc mffwc vi, iuc lor dvterniih- J7Il,".1 pcm iJouisrana aqairs. W)iBe .I(-ll tnKta ll . .nil I,A V,w.3. ma . .1- triA the .message; olj uiv xmlvIionM-be put througlt,'trf o also, rlgl)t eritTjusf, and, if( the a-' r should men be eoti wtcnti Sot that they wa'want'ka 'rirotraclc3 b!am-l are not rLrlit rurw. bnt that tWv wrte-wroin raggarrsai me, pouvui are ideii'that,!ova!V,'5rorli'ar "liUvid 'thitiifto'-.treihWe' toot) We have had 'enough, of Ibis Southern I iiwdenoe and it would he 5n,firde'(olesd1 such imtertiueneei"iri i6Vs:'laces..'tdltiel e?. efi.'r H is srwh'at'dij&rerit..to..ujiderr st'ahdiioi"the"JseciirInjr ot. such ticriiu as tii- tntm to be. the masters ot a 'envemmenl tliey have So latelv sought bv afllhe meanst tneir power.to..UcsUuv. buch an-out. rageous proceeding ha? "never been known in historv. and the exneridnce that will re sult to our people from this folly will not invite a n petition during centuries to come, ' The National Grange has passed a reso lution asking Coogrces to gratit aid t the Texas Paciac raiiroad. They .have also suggested that the mouth. of tLe MUissirni be improved, and generally they have ,- provea ot Uic. general government covenng jweij wiia,aimu-c auysoit, ol; internal im provements, A short Urue since, our con acrvative.farruersiwtre oceaud all.oitosed to; the grantio of. subsidy, by, the, general governmient tit any,priTafe1J'trp)r4tions," but Liere the Texas Pacific "cortoration''"is advanced by the .p range itself as being worthy'of govcrnmeiilaid. . All of which j-ntfonal"cr!ntifiitrorT ' SssemTjied'1 fh'e'r will wwramend' that' which 'thev nave con- Ukmned The Teias IVifitf ia'all 'right, Kfore,'whilel cotlenining all these-wnrts by-wholesale.' Thi;lctte'r'fs ion? now that it"i not' advisable' M say more of Ar kansas affairs than'.that tho President-dares tod right. . '- K-' E " ' -, J:,B.S1 Hints' .Esoori aa .a Couatrr Qsill-PaaisT-Editor Timer- lAl'-the Tlk'- of' geaing raj" fingtjrd'burncdi forlibel,! wish toiiisert a fywlbne about .that, youag man lDnes Lwholias::Iatlya exhibited Isudi tooehuig tenderness for h.ts rc'pntatlonl Troyfearsagrf Hines'inade his Jt-iut at Sarcpxieville in thu township, asa school teachen Iaiforehehadbeen.dierevmonth, he "made an' ass V) huiKlf in this' wisei He is"' urtuan qf the bitterest Democratic stripe. There axe Republicans in, this town- -ship, and nt that time a canvamwas. pend ing -for-' thrf" election rif rotintv"" ntKei'ri. Amon'glhlose1 who 'took 'parf in 'the "canvass on,tnotepumican siue, wa,iiput min ister liting.in Kaw bottom..!' This gentlc uian is an expert performer on the fife: tujil has- a son 'who is skillful with a snaredrum. Theold man and his. son one evening fur- nislied mesle lor&Jieitii)lican racettng, at Ienajic. ' Tlli exeitol the wrath 'of'Hines, stranger as he was in- ilie'townsliip, aridlal thntigh it was none'' of ' his i liil.-i wJ 'What did -lie do but write up a letter 6 the Cbm mercirJ over the sicnatnreuf MVhite'I1nme" in which this-'clergyman whom' Ilmex' had no personal knowledge of even, was1 referred to in the most contemptuous' and belittling terms. In. .that same letter another prominent citizen our township trnstcL against wnoui juries Knew noining, oniy thatiie wasjailtepublican, was yillitied in the most unnieaed terms; accused of doing things which, if proven, would, send any raati, whether .Republican or Deinocratj to the penitentiary.., Aa, this attack ,ppan these individuals was so gratuitous and uncalled for, it excited general surpriso and indigna tion. As soon as the authorship of the letter lie- came known, I lines was waited upon by tbe injured parties. JIad he been woith any thing, thepartics would have been satisfied with nothing short of a iurv's verdict for damages ; or but for his physical insignifi cance be might at least have got a substan tial setting up in the boot business ; but be ing regarded as a poor trilling devil of a country pedagogue, rather to be niticd for his lack, of brains, than to be injured on ac count of indiscretions necessarily residting from that fact,, he wxs iennitted to make amends, for tI)U lilicllous and reckless "ijnill usliing" by the publication of a sneaking apology and retraction of what he had written in the Cvmi'inrcHi. In view of this little piece of of jicrsnnal history, it seems to ns that Hines is a pretty subject to play to thu courts with a pica, of injured character. Thoso who have so little tcuderne.-.a for the resitation of oti;ers,ouglit not to be ovcrxui-ainiili about their own. T.nt alter all, what is the use of (his :vlu alsm Hines. He was regaidid out in tin; country, where'go'ssip, for want of anything lietter, bften wastt'amttnitlon'in veryiri!l ing game, af altogether too insignificant for notice. Give us a re-t about Hines. We will even havt-n little hiore of "theP-eclier stufl'in' ourSj-anything but Hines. 1 ri. K.. j;. Stkasoer STXTifr, Feb. 13, 1S75. ' n -vi T1LI0S-BEECHEH. The lateft Gossip in the Chicago Tribune from Br. Eyntax- IiKOOBX.YN, L. I, Feb. 'JO Ai Moul ton's tesimony is the top i' reral de bate. Her mar.ner was hi '. ate and reluctant; lier repetition oi !-.ht phra seology so exact ; "her ohrqwdues ;and accu- iracy so notaWey that, the conimunity is di vided into one larty-whwrcgiird'her as the most accomplished perjurer on record, and another party who culogwcher assurpasHil only by her httsliajid in courago ai.J tact. a ltois" K-vvini-rrxo expecteu. Joe. Howard, of the' Star pnbtisl.ed tlii morning some more bnital commviiU on Mrs. Moulton' and herjestimony. It went into matters so sacredly jirivate, and treated them so coarsely, and with sncli virulence, thnt there is'a general expectation of a vi olent separation of Howaril's faghrve coat--tails by impact of ifouhonianfoot". How ard and Moillfort'hayealriadyhad'jineryn contre, which was'comprlsttlb'y'the tumul f nolis lisapearence of Jacph into the sanctuary of the United States' Hold. 'Frank is not tlie kind of man to be tridiil with, and, unless' Howard sails nnder three reefs to-morrow: chances- arc we shall ITe- galiil with an example of the kmd of ho'rsc- whippmg'which your .Mr: Morey has a fashion of bearing with a Christianlike magnanimity, though I doubt cxceedingly if Howard will shrink from ca.stigation be hind his wife's unsympathetic jictticoats. AN EXCITING EPISODE. yesterday, the moment recess was pro claimed, Jeremiah JCouinson and uen. 1 ra cy entered into an earnest conversation. While they were talking- together; Needier walked over to them and said something to Tracyin-a very low voice; ;then very sud denly raising' his tone he said : "There's' a .foundation for it, but the heart of it is a lie." Jtobinson flashed up- in an intant, and said something to ISeecher, whicli brought color to his face. Tracy, putting his bond oO-Ueecher, said: "Hush hu-h, and, following Kobiuson, who walked -away in anger; said, "Don't let the reporters get hold of this; Ileecheris excited and does not know what he is saving." Kobinson replied in a; loud voicey "Iteecber will be .sorry,. by and by, for speaking like that.' this episode created quite, a 'sensation auiaag those. who heard' it. " 'AX'iirorfrANT'RUMon. ' ' Ills reported to-dav.at police, heailnuar- ter in Brooklyn that Mrs. Tilton took Ther esa Jiurke, and another rul, who would have 'testified, .in corroboration of Kate Carey, over to Jersey Citv, and left them at Tavlor's Hotel.Jt,isiiurthex stated that thev are there maintained at the expense of im" .- ji-u ir--.n--i--.- ii . l lymouta-vjiwrciifurofmr nomriiiMena can reach them in a neighboring state. The cross-examination of JIr. Moulton was punoseIy.proIorwl.nntirTueiIay, in order to enable ISeecher coun-el to deliber ate. ' UTTLi: KALTllts PARTY. Iist ,TIiurfldays Errf'-, ISecchcr's organ, announced that a ltivsnile party 'had ben .given bv Mia Cranc-.uifeniber of Plymouth I'I 't.....l. .k t;.ll. P.1,.1. Ttttn ,.1.,......... .ill!IV:il. IU 11111V Al'l A4.Ll.tl, 11'JV cuv- po4f father' is'aiAongithe'clerg'vmeh'oT. the isamoeliureh, whom he-'once'supected 6l the child's paternity.;-. Thepartyl kiih- .tentatiousiy announcea, and the names ot thejiarticipants given. t , t , . ECTUX EXr-riTED., -. . ., i Gen.. Butler will probably:.!, .here- in "MrtnlshtJ , - -, . , JZ53T Ain-eiTpif, JL Tones Laiy In HaaibI,.Ciicorajuiites K ...- 3 e tJalla Heirto 850.000 r We jaeHciJ t paragraph In" our, local avjiqBS)''yate"3yl announcing that MXu JennyLatllerton,c-who-e whereabouts 'were itnanowryhad fallen heir to an estate wprth 5Wi")0()y'an3'the gentleman who had charge of her.affair. jtad arrived in tlie city, .and was iq search of her. Miss Atlierton -had formerly resided.with 3fr-!. Daggett, in -the capacity.of Uoutekecper, but when theDag- gvJL ftase gpioseu lati.xau, jiw uv. acwii. board,"witi, a prite family jun Msy istrect. The firat inforiuatitun, ahe .ruecited'oil her good fortune, "was on reading the'tiViftrjlaht evening, and upon calling at the Sheridan hotel she found her attorney, who confirmed ocs 10 Buor mai it rs tmtr inmy to ue an agitator and "atiotherto be! aIcgiskitor, for these -meie) l wijl; - ah -,asitators;t condeBUi a nraeticetand whcn,thev,arecal!eil'nridii In the- statement. This inomKMi4i jVL canea ai our ou.ee anil gave us gome rar-1 . 1 : - .t ...! 1 : :.;.. I tic.nla.Tt coiu-cruiiu this sudden aoiuii4tion. It apj5 arstharher father was a wealthy farmer in the town of Iiut'er, Mtx, and Jenny was one of four children. Tlie oldest two. a brother and sl-tcr. married many years ago, and at that time received frqai their lather a liitral endowmenr in casn and land, it bcity his intention to make an equal distributL)ii among hU four children. Subacqu;r.tly- Mr.;Atlirton,, sonior, lv was a-widower, re-marrictL and a domestic feud arone between, the step-mother and childrvn, which resulted iu Jenny's leaving tlie parental roof and. seeking eutploymeirt' m .Kansas City.- Her.fathen. at. that; time offered to, deed her a, portion of his estate provided she wonld remain at home, but as the domestic differences wereirreooncillable, she-determined to sacrifice" her vpecuniary prbsprcts.to the-enjoyweat of personal- free I tluued to, earn - hfr own. saU-iMrucu. At .(crigth.her. father died iatestatu.vaiid-aU.uf' !nts projierty. became thciiiubjecuotiprtttrae tcil, litigation, which; is;at lettgth.oiKichidcd by aa epuiUuIediariLimioit amutig all uk, conutaiitsi Mi si Jciiiy'siprojrtion ot ,tlie cstato being ealimsted at.i(,TalueMiS-30,lXK. She will soonbe.placed in personal. jh-cs-slon rd th"s.haudome;iirolHjrty..,whicIi slle is in every, way competent tu manage jto. gowl advantage. 'She; is about lltirty. years; of age, hi thffuUei.t and finest sensu.a woman, oucwho..&eeius,toba.Yvkuiwn lilt .touch of sorrow," ami to have learned. the nwaningof regret but still, in Uw gilueii .summer of her, years. .Life has touched her-rwitli its .wo'rmwpiKl a.i well as it- woodbine, dloth ehadow.aotl sunshine ha?o, fallen, npoa her davs. Jenny lias.practical views, .of life, and saya that as tJiehaj always, enjoyed. thcstaie of.singieUi-sstHinoisit i-Ueri tleterminatidn toremainsinglq. . Her.ouly.ambitiimi to become the proprietor of the Uaggcthoti-v, and rtturnish it elegantyi .Irotn 'top to bottom, ..and. sh(w.Uio, people, of Knsa (,1ty that she knows how ito keep1 a hb- tcl.-A: Kaatai" Citr, Banknia. Sptne.of tlie. jeaduigi business mvm of Kansas City have: been to Baxter: Springs and Joplin: witti the! ostensible object of !ex- 'amihg th'e'feasibartybi :conitrGcling a.nar- i i '-:i:j-i '"r,i;"-:r. Tiii: row gauge rauruaq iiobi ijj,u:. vn;;awi.nii anil CirtaaceVV The Baxter itomUinTO-says that tho, Kansas City gentlemen are faTOnv bly inclined towards the road, , thinking it would increase the. business: and trade: of .Kansas. Citv. and they. licnposc to'goliontr, raiM; tl.o mooeyaad build 1 the rond.iCur friends at .Kansas City, ever sineetliey were, fca-ited dpwu io Texas, jn:tlieiE widely iter-, aided scheme .of laying .all' Europe, under tribute to Si.arisas.CTty, nave had a passion for travelings around the cooatrV on free passes and eating free: dinners, and making bunkum speechc about .what '.Kansas- .City .will do, , the . trade- ol-Kansas ,v.ityr- ixc. It is really, amusing to see the idesper ato efforts, that cityi is making, foraoto riety. The newspapers iustruct their re porters.to kick up a-row wlierever Ithey go. We see the reporters of one of their jour nals rising from the reporters' table in the legislature of this State during tlie session of the lloiu-e, and calling a member that was speaking a liar; and in the legislature of their own State they manage to keep Kansas City one way or another constantly before that bod v. iust for the noise of the- thing. Jt is now generally understood that Kan sas Citv is one huge wind-mill. They can' get up a good deal of wind, but lack the iiidgment and ability to utilize it. there is someting touching and ipattictic about the meeting of these two- otic Kansas Citv and llaxter Springs m aura- tnal effort to raise the wind. Perhaps it might suggest to mine the story of the man digging for the ground-hog: '"Out of meal, and mu-t have him. While Kansas Citv has been traveling about making speeches, drinking taper and poor whu-ky, one citizen of port Scott has, without any sound of trumicts, gone to work and built a railroad. The time for wind has past. It now require brain and mtircle to build railroad". This is tlie time for action: unt iicwspaiasr putts ami graiiilil'Miuviit i-iieecue-. I his n wny ian- sx-i t-ity is going into; tho. iMCkgrotind -anti 1-ort fccott is taking the Iead. It tlieto is any railroad .built south of this-, Kurt ScOtt u ill have to il's Jt th viro-mul 5-'"J.- mouth, of Ivi "i ; itjr uo iu t-iri i Soitiuclumi i -r.. ., I w ' ." HowaGiagoIHorso7hi8ves"r7ro 2iseov- ered The St. Joe (nixUff ' sys"rof a' It:i time past hor-es and multa have .Ktn. myu-tf- otuly di.-iaipearing from thu .sutithern p.tri of Buchanan connty, and there ban exr-tol a well-grounded sutiicion that, the thieve.- . : - '-ii'-. , lived in that vicinity, and were a portion- of a regularly organized gang, ht last Friday, a chap named -Wright, livifig-Mn ' the vicinity of Wallace-, canio to St. JiVctih, iitul, atter getting Iim skin lull ot wliisky, became verv talkative Aniong . other ihingH lie told of-a plan anioiig vmie- fill- lows in the vicinity to te-l threv nitttt-t from Tiiunias t'. Fielding, three fromChrci. Abbott, and a tine hor-', valneil at STtlO, fiom another party. The talkative indi vidual implicatcif-a.-man' nitniiil Small, a one of the parties who were in the P!ot- Avicit.uo7i:coMnrrEE' , cxtsL-i in that vicinity, and they toocpmal out tjUjSattird.ay ig"t'j',iilrafi'xl, (xying othcr'fneari.s'tif''pers'ua.'''io'n to iiiifi'ccf,.a rot was iirrJluceil, and after conveying him to the foot of a tTccj'the jK-rsuasivecoriH was jilaced anmnd.m. taxx tlie otder eml wa--t thrown over a limb, aed ' Mii.aJtArx'WAg'ncs'a, for a short time to refresh hi-t memory ami open his moulli. . Ie,.tuUt;lit.hr time had come, and prayeil luiitily wheri. lei- down, and was very .willing to tell all that he laiCW. . ...,.. r , ... ill-. lie implicated five .other parties i beanie himself, and said tliey were a regular orJ ganiied band, .with, a treatatrer. jiving .in Kansas City. lie said they did a larg bus iness in home and mule lludi. mostly the latttr, betwitii.JIisRouti.and Tvxas, where I T...tii -lt-A nlwitrd in ..mral .lmsrwl Tl.ovi let Mr. Small go on the iiromise that he would leave tlw State. , Tlie, other orties implicated were, notified to'leave the State within five days, on pain .of Iieing hung, and we learn tiat.,ome of them have al ready skipped out. This gang of thieves have been in exist ancefora long time, and have heretofore always escaped detection. Some years ago arrests wc made on suspicion, but no rviDxtfCE oocld nrfdoT tlial woujil cunvict, ,and, they, have kept rizlit on "till wliisky did' what tbe olCcen of the law in vain tried to find out gave the names of .the guilty parties., Tlie Vigilant of that vicinity mean Ixuinetx ami. will not hesitate to use hemp if neccsnary, td protect their mulm and horses." - . Coal Shaft -Xow aimes our Coal Shaft Gum(iany, and say tliey have made arrangements tu fink their rhaft one, hundred, feet deeper to a thjcker apd. "-titer vein pt rai,.wrncJi will enable tbejai. p. pu,lown.tiiIlrice t.ri trl. "tier buh'el., Tliey have jored P tliis.vein and found.it to be,- 5 futt thick I aiulof Uo- wt quality. What an .incstitnablullMion.to Xnavenwoith, io..KiNail .The;,-ruie,Un- ces are liurueiuo. .ii .onix-ii rcmoioi nu other western towns.. frotu i-empctkion. iiii manufactures. Already I fancy I see the hundred thouianlt''irTative hurrying by to their wort, aid tlithuni of the. umbiUi- comes to me in mv. dreams at night. ... i Our Soup Ilaisv i yetj runn'uig. , "jjles. ,cd are jc, Pjr wlin yeound, me fiungtr- ": -."- . . ."-.. "": -v-"t Jongti and Jn.-Iey do tUejOext, j-j tiling, tb'ev provide' the least of. tl.-rr"' njitli soup Gofid wnri, too, as' J lenow, pa'J. havu "par taVch'ott. 'It.w'ould'dp yoiir,. htart. gooll lofeeTongli, with bare arms , and; white- bib on looking; greasy1 and gratious while tearing" o'ul the bfe'buwLi of teaming oup . l.n 1... i -I '.. aclnaly be enlerrd'tii liis bank, account iibove,"' .TheyVda."Vg,ood jrofk, jFrnl'fjf-'l .. I ..I .....'....I '1. .... ......u I,...! ...an.,.. fi their' huncr,!aily.-r-'Cur, yTinjtiSI ,11rjkaud i. lUK.cb.i-ii.c Li-v. i.uu. lasuus 1U1 "!- - i- -jJJ ,n. -' T'l - t t.-. ,--"' - ; -THrMpeisonaweresufToiated tvy'-rleath y, Ina:c3r''Wlwcen "Kansas2 Ci$ ."arid Topeka. 'Cjion inveii'igation Jt wpj, dis covcrt.il that a KansaB City lima reporter was aboard, arid hail alien o.r-htVbootai -- Thejfirit rjncstiofi"tIiey.a?k a'preacher Jn' Kfansas wTiai 'tjtcy, ;5 leiaiiu'riinjj'j.Iilia for a pastorate, is whether he has ever lived in Ercoklyn. iu lite iiuiigfv ifoiux-. auiitfvc, r.aiiuiii i.- -j-i. y - .-.--r- - "7-:a -.- -'."" ' by; btriign 'and .romtcm'p"ative, as though If Vl'f iit:tZ-J:lti$t.-'lA - ,u.:. a. t, he worretl'liiw'al''tfii.s.dtttfay would toot'j zi'turiiZ'1 --I" oil !hik vr "" tin in In Ihe'. end' and-'. ,w7ifcucx"it would I i ai.'u:j.oi, r.,ivln.r -3 -j:ii t MEDICAL -"-,rS,'5-'F,- forr a cKuilrjiUir;?!: Jit.iS't fcaro rnml ierr-4'-e-Vl - rt-e-!-rOu fur B3ni3ii!:r. tt'jacj olt.r E.oliiaee.-ftuVteilti r'tTr,'JitPM5 tr&'QP titer, opeaiai: trfetuctCani'. rrtfctln; tte tour tuper fert kealtii, SaJ m-vl.erfli.uea io cure Sinou 4 rirk HeJ.-r rYT. .lluMl. rrjtj, Io-!I- frtuiBJ:o'Jl-e,t,',.JH' KIIIjjb tf ?1'',,' JtOFFAT S 1 !:GMX BilTIKS carrrrt the aet.-ell-iEi-sf tkeStimaci", sail are a sere eBr.6ir,l:se;s5, Ncs'-K-sfr.-. Nleep!e. Btaa, Faialirirfl.ArnlijVcakaesH l:rbt!itj,4r. r.ttit. uiii.u.i.x jai.i it Llaiav r:a. lr.aji.-iui.ti.-a o. the l)r'- nrotra Breata.or?Jtr. JtTSTaR;l!rai:.L'B.-a.sal.U allClet:k-a.oa W4ir,bci(Jt. It aUajsiatHu-Ulia clVr!KtiantrAi'aa4heal witboat u scar. It .-iv-flh Its wruat la xolil to very family, aaa sho-td tieij- be oa hand. j ISoiU, Iry Jlrjtgswte.eYerTTrtw-e. . 'j. V. ril.LS, site Preprletor. rtWrtltrrct.JJ -!? .. f. ,w Tork. o27 . . W.A. BatcJielor's Hair Dya ; i.: .m.ryi-.A. i t'if-,!:t .. Ii aplenJi-l, Neier tails. Fta'-line.l yeaia, Proirt apiliJ.t li.ujw,aielel.rted MTiituiJ Tucrai I'acti.hy, 16 Bond aireei. New York. W:X Btchel6r,sAska,aeal if. A. UMcheltx 'i)eatifrca JW.iiAJ.,B'itfensits?,JC!rra.ive ler, attain uf the Hft ami ell Kiution of tbe W;1 A. Batcrif tofs New' IJos- MimvlUE; Waefc'orhRwri;:it.r'tiiUitbehatr hiaaeraormcu:ach.-ii witbou n-MD,z theui Sold w(Wede4l tti!.lUudrji Hi Bond Uwt New York, and by all druotuu,- lit br tbeu. DiirJl-ia-Ji . - . -;Tr:Tsnt- VT" COUNT TS.VIrBlK'SOFFICF, ) tKuVkSWOSlU. O.USTT, J- laicnwoim, Can., Fb. 9. 1875. J e PQlt .SALE... .. i TtlE PrtfEST TAVM3 ' TTtE' cotmr J i . " - IIJUI 1UO., SAtEorTiiKsyiTii pboekicty. by nitr-Fit OT.U W.to J . . W -!. h'OK'THK BOAKP OK CO.' lOMMIa.MOSKti.-'. ,...,..,-,,.,- , i ,j -i,:iU itJ SEAtXp-rr.orOS.I.i will be rteJ atthta U&clKiltt Uc'vckil.,!- " I ''"- Monday, tMarph J?Cl875, lor lb nle ei tbe following deKrlXed real prai'srty. to-wits , , ., The nortbeait one-lourth or aectUn S, towatblp 8, lauxeZl, Iwiag'Iola I and Z:aod tzieaoutn cao lialf f the nortbeait one-lourth aforesaid, coatalo ii.iC 1S7 s-IlJ uiei; kauwD-aa ta ConaelU or llastlnica frui. ,, AlM'.'9acrei In section 2. towohlpS, raag2t. Al IZJS I0O at-m.W Mctl.in 2, t-.wnialp S, AlsoS-erea and 120 rodaot Section 2, towohip g. ranm 21. ianfie2l. Tb nndlilded hair of lot 1. or the northeast trael..nalone-'ourtbofieetioals(tuiniMpS.niiie 2it contain u& 33 2S IW acres; known as toe llot kins larm. The nvcthwrst one-fourth (less 20 acres la the northeast rorner.) ol secilon'lil, townships, ranee 21, coutainli.g 121 acres; kbuwuastba-BrKxa'arm- The northeast one-fourth ot section 10. towi.ship 3, rarue 21, containing l&l acres; known as tbe sjuiith.t-inu. , . And lot No. 2, In block No. 22. In city proper. TF.RMSOHSaLE; Parable P. fiteammat psynient'i, with seT.n t cenrlulereit; one-Sub ,ot tbwpor.tx-n-ro.uej lo b- paid at tbe tinteoi sa'e. nnd eaeb .f tl.e other f -ur-fiitan u bepAld anuually,ai.l iMymenU to 1m seemed by ni.rssfie. The bidder or bidders wtlt .llsrinellr slato lor which Urm or trct of land their Ii. I or .bids are. lnten.Kd. Kora moretnlt anl complete deaerl-llon of thu firoirty, see rt-eur- lHMk , 4. paA "1 n.! ''- atheotc-iol Urgisteruf tsjeds. . PEKSINAL. rEOl'Eltry. PropoiA'a wl'l a! 1 r-ceirel fnr tb raieot one piano, ene wrfou and one bucj;. TEIUM. CASH. Thl B'anl of County Conim'fS'or-.eis refeneth ril.t toKJ-xt any ael all bids, wbeiber u rrat crrJ..njI prr.ry. . - rrthr inlor. .i.-'-i N'nThi.ioas lcnanl. Ik im. -i er mi. . 'siy. th! ,' forejColDi; , : - - I'. I'.i;. A.oi4trol u. o:.l. O. DIEFFSIiORK. feUS-SilAwld foiiu'ty fl.rk. PUSLIOATIOR HOTIGE. gTATnOFKAJ-!"A3. ljtYtf:iWOClll ClU.1TY, j fN (tie IiaincV,Oiurt if Ihe.tiMt Ju tidal Pl? ZS liUl, sittiuic' In a 1-1 fur tin ciMiuty ol Leaieu wortb, in tbe sum .f knsas. rousTHH m. 8Mi rn. rraintiir; Kr. 6117. vs. EI.'AS.STAFroKP, ELIZA A. 5TAK- ' rOl'.p; LUVl hALI.WlN. and MA- tv AN.'I BALDWIN, irifo of tho J.el laldwii, pelen.lanta. Yeu. the a'Te-name.1 hllza A. Placard, arn berelty n.dltlid tlutiiu. with tbomber ahte nanio.1 defendants, liaie. by ibe aaiio-naiur.l plaintllf.'Ni-u iied In'ttiertidli'.strlct Colin, and tbe sai.l puiaun -petniwu in SMitrsis-e- eas le-u fi.e.1 tn said 1 Vuft Sfialltrt JuU, wi U Ibeotbei de-feud-iuts. and lhat on uiuit answer taw slI-I m tuionou.rtMtiette 2-'D D Y OK MAIXII.-A. D 1375, Orfaid pjtl'lo- wi'l Mlike-l as t-u-, and Judj- tueutbe taerii iuom iiva.c.-is i. i. e prayer tfra'd ptUt'o.i ; said prayer WU.-f tl. PJIowiK nst.ire.- to-wit:1liat judgment le rm- dr. 4arlult tuesa il il.ionul.iat, KIteialTurS,i'.r liiui(t aivh40,ared.ndTilljdIIar;wiib Ju terrt tfcerenu friiui tbelit'dsy of eVpiefuUr,,A. o. lsW. si thorAieot iwItm t-reent. Mranndm. MaU,tuauall7. ki.il oriill. putd, .loeibtr with tea j-r ,cei uon u auouuv tnas, iuar ,ps s. fotisd due,' as. and, for attorneys'- f-ns in llio al.l action, tur"siesl'ureof txeruyrtra;, setlortb In d peiUieiUr Ami; tliaCjutlsiaaui-kiayilw.rtn- .I'eriila.'klnstenrll and tiers ot tun Uv-fjSR,ld (ielcnifijU C.r.lhssaTorili-v'inllowlat leKrilK-.l ICUIHIIII loorrxs-.1 v n.t u i.i.u.)m .. - u.w tstiiB-nt.urrsiiiaaof atLoodrail shd filly hkMyni-ri Mian a a or.ald i'lt: Tb roteawbillul thn northeast ipia'rler 1.1 -ectien swienleen (It) of town. nil p eele.i (II). ot nitiitv.lwsnty-one (21). the srfiue Leini? and lylug in the said county ot liien woita. wiiliojiliedemplioarsml thatibe pronexls ot tucfa asle be.aiptuid. towsrlalbn Pwymi-ut of IheeivlaOf thea-lionand to llus Daemenliof tbe Judgment axsinst the Mid deer danf,'E.lai8tj (ford. au.i inai earn an.i eisrr i saiti oeieu-siH im son elided uf 4ll,riW, titto and iiilr"t,li and V the raid t5rsct','of tsnt, and e cb and fiery, boii clsluilmc 'y, from or tinde.rtbeni.be forever b'rTr.1 an.1 ioreci.Ne.1 ol an rig it j Tenetnpuuu inn oi all o: tier runt and initial.,. i 1 ' HeJlKT lITIU, Attorney ft.r Plaintiff. paled Leattnwoitb, JVIauirj Slh.2Jt5. ' , febl'-wJt Kiind Notice. COUNTY CLEKK'BOsPI' r-Ei ) aasar. V ii. 1.73. j LuvsimokTU, Kas Jsnajry KTATKOr RAMI AH, I LuviswusiH txu ;ir, j u. -r OTICi: Is h-r-l.r gi'erv that at a teculs- lN tn.-4-titrj tlhv BoAidoffkMiulv Lssmnnsaioul be. CoarU els, wg na.u D.ul at iieLnriiiuie, ininec'iy I Ua.rnooriSt losaidOrtnteard'-Stat'i, on the slhdas of Janosry, A. I. ls'S, J. A. -'aUaoainsn ai.doiLera, oisbeimsu Towosblp. hoaseholoersor asideou ty. prneut-d and till peull-n, aikln siid Kosid ot I'Mutniasiooeis I r tbeapBointni-pt ol viewers, .oTfew,;sarTeyaedloca'e'-nd r-torste certain roads In sa d township, to-wit: That all t tlir cou..ly , ro4,duilou :Uu,lMacaoiIoI, lym alonKtbe Kaoax "xlnc rillruad, and ea lendinc tvenj th Inoudary line between tftscoun Uen ol U"iTnoitbaad Vywadnttx. to tboaaslern bouul.rrvr tbe (ownif loape. ,be.Tted. .aad 'lh":'f.llw liC'rofa roa.1 Wll'l Out as p.tiuw.; )tet.l-if hrer.' isr and TS. Townships JI aid 14,crer, a tne-as. 'onaaaary vstwrss Isterwsrtl. ml. Wj.doU. oantis,lMii!x-ten-Hi it. .westward' tw ml , on. or a nearly, an tactictl. a'ocril dirWow. llneTlwft rVes II a-i.l.Uowl u.iti.nd JW-i. it sad ifoo U lou'.n, iia rjad,Knawn.aa.irs SUMOB ta.l;-o that 'lb road Uaowriis ihe Ji'iason.roni,. neaia-r siMrt'leMmbeartrfrrJof-Vi: XT TSsrhll. triDSsKvbeexlesdtri i..lla.wad. 16 rhesaAM-. nswuiaie rwoa.unK'v"iKnf:mt s o a-uwo-r, tb'eenpect wl'b tne shy'". deKribrt".rL.at or IJair'whrre'weti'.rrt'i ajillSeVrjie'r' wriliWtisiis LuapU.tweaall;.,IJ i '-.-.'; m t '"' ibpjirt,lbtiiiooen,,,'rli J(oa3.'Jewet, a, l)an,hain JA, J. Hofle, wntappMntH-itfwe. to'Meer' at Jf'KIL' K. nepwt, liw.-,-,ln.-!it-ninir..wnIitp, u Ihe H a day, i,.Martn,-la"J,.at. Pi,V6AB ai , or In rseoi f&.fureio iu-eion. tbetilay desiKJOled, IbJrivnihe rVKiwltifdix;' sq. p,es4io'Uiw M.rrd adgi- tfj.paitUscT.iies.rne.1,1 a h.a.i. i, bTorCfrfctrb-sH-sr-J. ,, , j. ... , r- '-"' A . 0. llrirlis4EOUP. fi -'MAI'wSV ' " c ,l-L County Oik. jt '.. in -a-r.-PdbliratioiT-'Notice!1 '- ,-t :.. - 'j.-J :ki-j j! S j-4 - .--" ' . u-z na v.orrrr-r:joII U.ic j.- CtV XI AtTT-tt: beffw A'Jr"-; TirVrftrb.n.VJas titt.t Hwi'on-wia andfo--.T.anoi( uiwn- TnfJBtv'.V.'Bleo-rir9a;.'X''B,5'. .will te not.bttbii thsy.bive bea-snnl2aufnte jftJ J jj-jceof tba.J'er.ls.Uio.iaiidUiwarbip t1 tCu'd1y,"t'tK plaimia, HeirT Mt. (,t tho ms of nlDty-nddlbirbil Sny te'ntp, as'tni' ianyeiduyowseuleiaontlandBrciNintii armwiM, ar,d t iteieit oa th aaji; aad that tair proyrty 'ptifty h.alr-e-i Aitaebel lor I to; ratae. rid uu-tarihiryafr,u-ii'iLil''hstaoi Mic!t"A- f. iBiJ.-al'lbii' c-listk!ai,ai -,-aa s'aaiw Isisa. )ad, tauit will Lu,tAI;iuil,ro" lor U.e " ... ,.y ' 7 . " y, nBiiY,M6,-;. pt v. 'w? rox. 'ki'ohttj ' - 1 i.BS'.Mt-ic' i6Js; isS: n-tT wat . ,jrf rf-.rl'-0 KKt.. VTVcV,iete'Jy erfre-)T"ieilnfl:rraiieM: lest Jj Jk diboul-auA-l. ataaad a knithiou by la- d aerations x excels. Anr druazut bas the In aTs-lIa-s. Address, ur. ai. 11ILTO.N A ui. radWa's. A jaaV-dAw dacinnsU, Ohio. -iA ..f In.. I...- t.n n.l .n, I ... .. In ... ..inNiflillt. lMM.al.lhU. n w " S-'ti II n 1 v A n .1 . i l y rhi. ? B-,1 r. ' - ii.'rX: i --.tT-ii j.rl?f-r??; ! . r:A -fJh ''. 'I -----:-& f-rSB. fcw.NA...-.-.-rr.. 7 -ZZM '.x -.-. r rj ,-isv .