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elect Grant and Wilson. PriiLADKLPntA, Aügust 3.—There is no truth in the rumor that Colonel Tbps. A. Seott is ill. He is in the enjoyment oP good health, and has not lost a moment from his office. Paris, August 'l.—Ls Temps is Inclined to doubt the authenticity of the Livingston letter published by Stanley, and quotes the opinion of the German geographer, Kiepert, who dis covers various geographical blunders in the letter. He thinks a part of the nnrrative was invented by Stanley, hence the whole is value less, and hints that it is possible that Stanley never saw Dr. Livingston. San Francisco, August 3.—James Crotty, alias "Short Haired Jimmy," was shot down in cold blood, last evening, in Cady's saloon, Montgomery street , by a stranger supposed to be Russell, a convict just out of the States' prison. He has not spoken since the shoot ing. The police arc seeking for Russell. The diamonds and other precious stones from Arizona, exhibited to the public, are causing great excitement. Salt Lake, August 2. —Lieut. Wheeler's great scientific exploring expedition com pletes its departure to-morrow morning for Northern Arizona and Eastern Nevada. The party comprises 150 men, with an extensive outfit of mules, wagons, supplies, etc. Extraordinary efforts are being made to unite the entire anti-Mormon and apostate vote for Delegate to Congress, on General Maxwell. Keokuk, Iowa, August 2.—A brick build efi to-i •s. H the rest but little injured. ing on Main street ft* were inside, and Mrs. Kerr' was killed and day. Ten persons - h - Evansville, Ind., Aug. 2,—Fannie Singer, a courtesan, committed suicide by taking morphine. Utica, August 2.—The President went to Watertown, where a large crowd had gath ered and-to whom he made a brief speech. The train proceeded to Backett's Harbor and Pullman's Island, where lie meets Sheridan. The President returns to Washington next Friday. Washington, August 3.—(supervisor Perry, at Raleigh, telegraphed at noon to-day to Secretary Delano that everything is brighten ing, and that Caldwell and the whole State ticket is elected. Chicago, August 3.—A Washington special gives the dispatch from Perry, the Internal Revenue Supervisor, to Commissioner Delano, saying that North Carolina had gone Repub lican, but as the dispatch is at variance with all others received, it is not fully credited. It is believed that if the State has gone Re publican, Senator Pool would have so tele . graphed, but nothing has been received from him. The latest Democratic dispatches say the State is Democratic, but by a less major ity than claimed yesterday—below 5,000. Wilmington, N. C., August 3.—In the coubties of Stanley, Iredell, Cabarrus, Anson, Chatham, Rowan, Union, Orange, Wilson, Cumberland and Mecklenburg, Merriman has 3,806 majority, a net gain of 82 over the vote of 1870. The counties of Richmond, Belleair, New Hanover, Wayne and Greene, give Caldwell a majority of 2,324, a net gain of 584 over the vote of 1870. New York, August 5.—A Raleigh special says that from the latest figures the majority of Merriman will not be far from 2,000. The Republicans now claim the election. The Time* Raleigh special to-night says that 72 counties give Caldwell 1,966 majority, which it is believed cunnot be overcome. The Democrats will not get the vote of 1870. Merriman says he will contest the election before the Legislature unless the Republican majority is more than 1,000. The Legisla ture is Democratic, with a majority of 18 on joint baliot. Th% Chairman of the Republi can State Committee estimates the Republican majority at 2,000. W ilmington, August 5.—The Democrats have an overwhelming majority in the Legis lature. South Bend, Iud., August 3.—A Republi can ratification meeting was held here to-day ami was very largely attended, delegations being present from several adjoining towns. Vice President Colfax presided. Senator Mortou delivered the first speech, which was received enthusiastically. Colfax being loudly called for arose and responded In a speech of about an hour, heartily endorsing Grant and Wilson. Richmond, Ind., Augusts—An immense Republican mass meeting w as hold here to day. The number present was generally estimated at 8,ü00 to 10,000. Senator Henry Wilson, the candidate for Vice President, and Governor Noyes, of Ohio, made strong, tell ing speeches, which were received with the greutest enthusiasm. Salt Lake, August 3.—The Liberal Union meeting to-night in front of the Suit Luke House was broken up by a Mormon mob. There was great excitement among the Gen tiles, and but for cool beads there would have been bloodshed. The mob had the counte nance of the police. Lewwbcrg, W. V., August 3.—The elec tion takes place in this State on the 22d inst. on the adoption of the new Constitution and for State officers. Both parties are making a hard fight. Pittsburg, August 5.— The colored vote here is from 1,500 to 2,000, which is solid for Grant. Obxblin, August 5.—The colored meeting here resolved not to be led into the Demo cratic camp, and urged all colored men to bear faithful allegiance to the Republican l>arty. Indianapolis, August 5.—There was a monster meeting at the wigwam, at which Senator Wilson spoke, addressing mainly the workingmen. Saratoga, August 5.— The prosecution in the case of Judge Barnard took the testimony of a few witnesses to-day, concerning the charges in the 31st article, and announced .that they had now entirely closed. It is pro bable tiie defense will conclude taking testi mony to-morrow. New York, August 3.—Geo. Wilkes, editor of the Spirit of tfie Times, is very ill with typhus fevef. Osborne's planing mill m Brooklyn was damaged to the amount of $30,000 by fire this evening. The Erie Company is about to commence further suits against Jay Gould for the re covery of property alleged to have been pur chased with the company's money. It is repotted that Gen. Dlven, the new Vice President and manager of the road, will shortly resign. It is rumored in Wall street that Daniel Drew bus settled with Bischoffheim & Gold schmidt on his contract for 50,000 shares of the Erie. The terms arc variously stated. One statement is that Drew received a check for 10 per cent., or $500,000, and further that Bischoffheim sold 100,000 shares of Erie in London before the settlement of the con tract. It is reported that he bought back a part of the stock since at lower prices. 2 a The Evening New says ex-Controller Con nolly writes that he does not intend to take any part in the coming Presidential cam paign : that he is disgusted with politics and politicians generally, and desire* to remain quiet. A letter from Gen. Dix is published in which he states that ho is incapable of suj> porting Greeley without utterly abandoning all political principles. Last night a gang of pirates forced an en trance to the wharf at the Hamburg dock, Hoboken, and stole watches valued at from $50,000 to $60,000. It is believed the work men on the dock aided the pirates. Casey's turpentine factory m South Brook lyn was burned to-day. Loss, $20,000. Doane's bonded warehouse was robbed of $10,000 worth of silks last night. Hugh Kelly and J. Howard were arrested and the property recovered to-day. Simeon Leland, a former hotel proprietor, died at New Rochelle Saturduy night. Judge Pratt to-day denied the application of the Star and Sunday Dispatch for a man damus against the board of audit to allow their claims against the city. Some $40,000 worth of silks were seized this morning in a shop fitted up ostensibly as a cigar store. It is believed the goods have been smuggled. No arrests were made. A Washington special says that Secretary Boutwell anticipates that the reduction of the public debt for August will be over $12,000. The. Commercial Advertiser says that sev eral of Judge Barnard's friends, who were interviewed to-day, pronounce the story of his resignation totally false. The city prisons are unusually crowded, there being 600 persons awaiting trial—22 on the charge of homicide. At a meeting of Tammany Judge Church declined the position of . Sachem, on account of the pressure on his time. S. L. M. Bar low was elected. Washington, August 5.—Commodore J no. L. Worden, now in command of the Naval Academy, will be promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral, and will take the place of Rear Admiral Winslow, who retires on account of long and faithful service. On November 24th Rear Admiral Joseh F. Green will be retired, and Commodore Geo. F. Emmons, noAv in Command of Philadel phia Navy Yard, is promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral and takes his place. Rear Admiral Winslow, however, having received a vote of thanks from Congress, con structively remains on the active list for ten years after date. His retirement is the same i.s if it had been permanently. Louisville, August 5.—The election was carried by the citizen's ticket against the re gular Democratic, though the latter is sup ported by the Democratic and Liberal press. Cincinnati, August 5. —The elections at Covington and Newport were quiet. The Democrats arc badly beaten. Salt Lake, August 5. —The election is over and was peaceble throughout. Small squads of the Nauvoo Legion rode about the streets, but otherwise the»« was no improper demonstration. 'The Mormon candidate is, of course, elected; Maxwell, however, re ceived a handsome vote and will contest the scat. For the first time, the Gentile ladies voted in Utah. Only one of them was chal lenged, Mrs. Stenhouse, but her ballot was afterwards received. Chicago, August 8.—The Post's Washing ton special says that several southern demo cratic papers were received here to-day, stating that Sumner's letter has had little Influence witli the colored voters, and that they will not follow him into the Greeley camp, but will go solid for Grant. This morning the Richmond jiapcrs say the feeling in Virginia shows a very stong ill not to trust Democratic leaders, but will vote isposition of the negroes in opposition to these who have heretofore been their masters, and that no inducements held out will convince them that they will be as fully protected if Greeley is elected as they have been under the present administration. The Baltimore pa juts to-day, both Democratic and Republican, are calling upon Governor White to take immediate steps to procure the arrest of persons engaged in lynching the negroes in Cecil County, Maryland, on Mon day last. Intimation is made that the Sheriff in whose hands the negroes was when they were seized by the assassins, were in collusion with them, and really knows who the guilty parties are. Fort Watne, August 5.—Geo. W. Purgin, Jr., who has beeu tried for embezzling from the Building Association, was sentenced for 2 years in the penitentiary. The second diamond mining company claiming to be the original discoverers of the new diamond fields of Arizona, which they locate in the foot-hills of the Pinal Mountains, has already been incorporated with a capital of $10,000,000, and proposes to dispossess the first company. A third company, under the direction of Col. Geo. M. Green, com mander of the American legion which served under Juarez against Maximilian, and found large quantities of these stones while crossing Arizona to join Juarez at El Paso, is also forming. Boston, August 5. —Win. Lloyd Garrison, in a column and a half letter addressed to Charles Sumner reviewing the Senator's re cent communication to the colored voters, 6ays : " I propose to speak with equal plain ness and as earnestly to counsel my colored countrymen not to follow your lead iu this matter, but as voters, to. move unitedly for the re-election of Grant and for every con sideration pertaining to their safety and hap piness, and to the cause of equal rights and the furtherance of n&tionnl peace and unity." Saint Louis, August 5.—Representatives Shanks, of Indiana, Smith, of Ohio, and Bdrdctt, of Missouri, the sub-committee of the House on Indian Affairs to investigate the alleged frauds in the Indian Territory, arrived here last night, having visited the Chocktaws, Chicasaws, Creeks, Osages, and other tribes. They have taken an immense amount of testimony, and unearthed large frauds. Pittsburg, August 5.—Matthias Skeiner, a farnu r living ' about sixteen miles from the city, was robbed and nearly murdered by highwaymen on Saturday night. ln.Allegliany, on Saturday uight, William Shaner severely stabbed his daughter, who lie mistakenly thought w as walking with à young man whom he had forbidden her to see. Providence, Augast 5. —Greeley returned to Bristol this morning, and held a reception at the Bristol Hotel this afternoon, and was this cveniug entertained by Captain Miller, a Democrat. He goes to a clam-lmke to moirow at Silver Springs. Washington, August 5.—Treasurer Spiuner, during an attack of vertigo this morning, fell from his chair cutting his head severely, but he will be well in a day or two. Binghampton, August, 3.— During a heavy storm yesterday, Ilerdo Creek overflowed its banks and swept away a house occupied by a family named Owens. Two children were drowned? but the parents escaped. Buffalo, August 8.—John Gaffney, found lilty of the murder of Patrick Faby, has en sentenced to be hanged September 27th. TnTsviEtK, August 5.—Three men Were burned to death, and two others, it is feared fatally burned, by the burning of an oil well this morning. Utica, August 5.—Prof. Geo. AY. Eaton, for twelve years President of the Madison University, died at Woodland Heights on Saturday. New York. August 6.—Phillips, Chair man of the Republican State Committee, figures Caldwells majority at 1,400. The Republicans elect Cobb, Thomas and Smith to Congress. The World ' « special says if Caldwell gains in the same ratio in the counties to be heard from, he is elected by a small majority. The Herald's dispatch says it will take the official vote to decide. # The Tribune figures Merrimah's majority at 1,300. CmcAGO, August 6. —Specials and private advjces make it certain that Caldwell, Repub lican, has carried North Carolina by 1,500 majority. The following private dispatch was received here to-day : Wasaington, August 6. A telegram just received says the Republi cans have carried North Carolina by at least 1,500 majority. There can be no longer any doubt. (Signed) AY. AY. BELKNAP. Raleigh, August 6.—All the counties are heard frftin except ten in the west. Every thing turns upon this. The Democrats arc hopeful. The Republicans are confident and claim Caldwell's election. New York, August 6.—A special from Geneva says tliat as'the arbitration progresses the probabilities increase that the verdict will be against England, and that it will he in the form of a declaration of lier general respon sibility for the acts of tiie Confederate cruisers, and will award the gross amount, thus obviating a resort to a board of asses sors. The American counsel will apparently endeavor to secure this instead of a detailed award. There is reason to believe that the case of the Georgia is tiie weakest, and has been practically abandoned. The case of the Shenandoah, howover, will be prasset! closely, and the indemnity for losses to the whaling fleet is especially urged. The Eng lish counsel give imrticular emphasis to the argument that the tribunal, under the treaty of Washington, has no right to examine into the conduct of England in her execution of municipal law. They maintain that no na tion is responsible to another for its internal administration. A Quebec dispatch says that at tiie general elections for the centre and west divisions, yesterday, CauchUn's men, in the centre, took Ijossession of the polls and oommenced fear ful excesses. Ross' men banded together to repel the attacks, but were too weak for the assailants, who numberal 2,500 strong, and were armed with revolvers. A fearful en counter took place at the foot of Eustache street and several lives were lost, while wounds were numberless. The Dominion artillery and field buttery had to be called out ns well as armed provincial police. The polls were taken possession of, consequently no fair return could be made, but Cauchon, the French Canadian candidate, is declared returned. The English shaking population, it w ould seem, are to be exterminated by the French. According to the statements of the leaders of the French party, they fear that more bloodshed will take place, as the Dia mond Harbor boys arc going up town to re ' bit men. of ti ncli discussal just now The vast increase venge the murder of the: The expulsion „V f the Jesuits is n subject of emigration to the United Stntes this year seems to have awakened the government to a realization of its loss, and the cue is given to the semi-oflicial and conservative press to raise the cry of alarm. The Cross Gazette fills its columns with doleful accounts from various districts, where villages have been completely reduced by the American fever, and asks why does not the State government levy an emigration tax ? Let there be a tax of lilty thalers per head for every adult. In similar strains a large number of journals are daily uttering their grief over the pre vailing emigration fever, and Bismarck's or gan joins in the complaint, though it lays the fault to the emigration agents, who, it says, allure their victims by fraud and deception, and bring want and min on families and en tire communities. The Vossische Zeitung re ports that orders have been given to arrest all individuals who persuade people to emigrate, and all persons not supplied with papers say ing that they are fully entitled to emigrate, that they have left no indigent family behind, and that they arc not liable to military duty, shall be stopped at their own expense at the shipping port. It further cites a law visiting an evasion of militarv duty with a penalty of from 50 to 1,000 thalers, and imprisonment for from one month to one year. The President leaves the Thousand Isles to-morrow for Long Branch, by Ogdcusburg and Lake Champlain. A public reception will lie given at Ordensburg. It is authoritatively stated that Gen. Diven has no intention of w ithdrawing from the Erie Vice Presidency. The body of Rev. Henry Hallcck, of Brooklyn, was found to-day at Coenties slip. He left home four months ago, after cashing a draft from India for 41500. Only $38 were found on his person. It is suspected that he was robbed and thrown in the water. The Coroner is investigating the matter. Hicks Post, a veteran turfite, diet! at Gravesend to-day. New York, August 6.— A dispatch from the Thousand Islands says the President was interviewed yesterday, when he said he con sidered the result in North Carolina n Repub lican victory. He was not anxious lor a' second terni, hut consented to receive the nomination simply because he thought that the best way of discovering whether the ma jority of his countrymen believed wiiat was alleged against his administration and himSelf personally. Tiie asperities of the election campaign to be added will give my political opponents and my personal enemies an op portunity and an excuse to say all that can lie said against me. All those who have treated me unfairly, have now a chance to declare themselves. He did not jicrsounlly covet the Presidency for a second term, but would make a test of the question to we it' the sentiments of his fellow-citizens were iu his behalf. Washington, August 5.— In Sumner's re ply to Blaine, lie asks what has Preston Brooks to do with the Presidential contest? It being now a ) ipse of more than half a gen eration, lie would not unite in dragging him from the grave to aggravate the liassions in the political conflict. Here Is the essential difference between us: Yon insist that I am ranged w ith Jeff. Davis and Robert Toombs: but jtttrdon me: nobody knows who the former will vote for, while Toomlis is bois terous against Horace Greelcv, and with him are Stevens, Wise and Mosby. I prefer Greeley with any Congress possible on the Cincinnati platform, to Grant and his riugs. Washington, August 6.—President Grant has received an invitation from the munici pal authorities and Board of Trade of Chat tanooga to spend, with his Cabinet, a part of his summer vacation in that city and vicin ity. He has written the Committee express ing thanks for the invitation and the pleasure he would feel iu accepting it, hut says Me is not yet prepared to give a definite accept ance. Saratoga, August 6.— Judge Barnard, at the opening of the court of impeachment this morning, stated that he had not resigned, nor did he intend to, but he should abide the re sult of the trial. Barnard was then placed on the stand, and testified that he considered, us a Supreme Court Judge, that he had a right at any time, and anywhere in the State, to issne an order, and had always done so. He paid for the chairs from the manufacturers employed by the Erie Co., at the time he ordered them. If Fisk had not paid Garvy for plastering, it was because tiie bill had never been presented. AVitness denied that he had used tiie vulgar language attributed to him ; he never had any corrupt understanding witli any parties to any suit before him. Salt Lake. August 6. —It is thought that Maxwell, for Delegate, has received about 3,500 votes in the Territory, which, the Tri bune believes, is a majority of all the legal votes cast, as a large proportion of the Mor mons are neither native aor naturalized. The liberal press assert without contradic tion that the school of prophets, by direction of Brigham Young, instigated and assisted the outrage Saturday night. There is considerate excitement to-day over tiie reported discovery of rich bodies of ore by the tunnel company at Little Cottonwood. Horace Meyers, one of the editors of the Mining Journal, was assaulted hi the street las! night by Mormons. Hie reporters of the Gentile press arc de nied access to the records of the Police Court. Citizens are signing a call for a public meeting in the cause of free speech, to be held in front of the Salt Lake House iicxt Saturday evening. Bristol, N. J., August 6.—Chief Justice Chase is here quite ill with Bright's disease of the kidneys, lie starts for the AVhite Moun tains to-day, by order of his physicians. Providence, August 6.—Greeley attended a clam bake at Silver Spring this afternoon. There was a moderate gathering of the peo ple, but no especial demonstration. Minneapolis, August 6.—A fire here last night destroyed ten residence* and the Ger man Methodist Church. The total loss will reach $50,000. Chicago, August 6. —A horrible murder was committed near Yates City, 111., yester day.- Mrs. Matthews, the wire of a young farmer, was found in the cellar of her house, horribly butchered, having evidently been first outraged. Tramp, who was seen in the vicinity early in the morning, is suspected, and hundreds of citizens are searching for him. A reward of a thousand dollars is offer ed for his capture. After midnight, on Sunday, policeman O'Mara was deliberately shot, and policeman Scanlin fired at by a ruffian named Christo pher Rafferty, to whom a warrant was being read in a saloon. Halstead, the 22d street murderer, was cap tured late last night. Cincinnati .August 6.— The Republican Congressional Convention of the first district to-day nominated for the short term. Chas. P. Taft, and for the long term, Benj. Eggleston second district. Boston, August 6. —The Liberal Republi can State Central Committee have issued an address to the people of Massachusetts, re viewing the political situation and justifying their support of Greeley. Buffalo, August 6.— The seventh annual meeting of the Buffalo Park Association opened to-day, and 7,000 persons were pre sent. The first race was for four-year-olds, and Katy Gold Dust won in 2:38 ; 2:82$ and 2:84. Tiie second nice w as for horses that never beat 2:27, and was won by Sleepy John iu three straight heute, 2:25; 2:25 and 2:25$, beating nine others, St. Louis, August 0.—Nicholas Csinnot, formerly a prosperous merchant in Chicago, but ruined by the great fire there, committed suicide here to-day. Memphis, August 6.— Dr. De ia Rookc, a w ell known citizen, committed suicide last night by taking chloroform. Harrisburg, August 6.— A terrible tornado occurred here last night. Many buildings were injured, and hundreds of trees were blown down. Foreign Intelligence. Geneva, August 5.—The Board of Arbi tration met at noon to-day, and adjourned at three. Considerable amount of business was disposal of. No obstacle has occurred to impair progredl. No confidence whatever is to he placed on the rumors published from day to dny of the decisions or the Board, as the strictest secrecy as to its proceedings is enjoined on every jierson counnccted with the Court to prevent premature publication and.improper use of tiie news in the stock markets of Europe and American. Madrid, August 5.—Amodeus arrival at San Sebastian, a Province of Guiposeu, and met with a warm reception, and was visited by the Prefect, adjoining the French depart ment of Basses, in the Pyrenniees, who de livered a congratulatory letter from Thiers. London, August 6. —The report that Lord Ilatherly had resigned the High Chancellor ship was premature. The American fleet will proceed from Cowes to Gravesend, from Gravesend to the North Sea, where it will remain during the winter, returning to the English Channel in the Spring. Minister Schenek will soon give a ball, at which die ofilcers of the American fleet and Stanley will lie present. During the severe storm of yesterday six giug sized, and all on board w ere lost. fishing vessels belonging to veste lterw ick cap Scveral railway casualties having occurred recently, bv which upwards of twenty- lives have been lost, Parliament has asked for an investigation into the causes of the disaster, and an inquiry into the general management of railroads in relation to the safety of pas sengers. Seber.ck, General Sherman and Stanley occupied the visitors gallery in the House of Commons last night. Mata Moras, August 5.—Col. Pedro Val dez, of the Mexican army, crossed the Rio Grande with an annal land, and captured Abram Gonzales at his rancho, below Eagle Pass, Texas, ami 1 »rought the prisoner into Mexico. Valdez took horses from Gonzales' ranchc. Frevino accepts the amnesty of the gov ernment. He will remove to Gorsea, and be responsible for liis revolutionary acts. Constantinople, August ft—Ad vices state that the Turkish authorities bave ètdertid two agentyi of the British Bible Society t® leave Brousau, their books to be seised, and pro . The hihit the sale of all Protestent w orks. , uc British Embassy are investignting the affair. Madrid, Aligna» ft— Th« imperial, in speaking of tbe Caban insurrection, says that over 13,009 rebel» have been. kiBed, 70, 000 have surrendered lathe Spanish author ities, and 10,000 horses 4,000 arms sad 3,000 swords captured. Geneva, August ft— The Beard o ( Arbi tration held a three hours'' sessira to-day-, but Wkal ta Lite) life is but death's vestibule, ami our pil grimage on earth is but a journey to the grave; tbe pulse that preserves our being beats our dead march, and the Mood which circulates our life is floating it onward to the depth of death. To-day we see our friends in health, to-morrow we hear of their de cease. We elasped the hand of the strong man but yesterday, and to-day we close his eves. We rode in a chariot of comfort but an hour ago, and in a few more hours the last black chariot must convey us to the home , of ail the dead. Stars die, mayhap*. It is said that con gregations have been afar off in the other, and the astronomers have marked the funeral of other worlds—the decay of those mighty orbs that we have imagined set forever in sockets of silver to glisten as the lamps of eternity. Blessed be God there is one place where death is no life's brother, where life reigns alone, and "to live" is not the first syllable which i.s to be followed by the next, "to.dle." There is a land vvhgre the death knells are never tolled, where winding sheets are never woven, and where graves are never dug. Blest land beyond the skies. To reach it we must die. The wounds of the soul are not always such as bleed outwardly, nor is the most poignant anguish caused by visible agents. When we speak of consolation, • our minds naturally call up the images of illness, be reavement or peril of life aud limb. But man is so constituted that an assault on Rep utation, or even a public or general censure of conduct and character, will often inflict as keen and lasting pain as the piercing of a sword. There are, momover, some who could with more equanimity go to the can non's mouth than withstand the voice of dis approbation, when proceeding from great numbers of persons of rank or importance. And when censure and rebuke actually fall, there is always an emotion of unhappiness, at leasFfor a time, under which the supports of religion are os truly needed as under tbe more palpable inflictions which have passed so largely under our review. Nor is there any means of rising altogether above such suffering, except that which is afforded by Christianity, because the true believer is the only man who can rationally and universally appeal to the judgment of God. How beautiful The following gem from the pen of Prentice, and how happy the heart that can see these beauties as lie portrayed them : "Why is it that the rainbow and the cloud come over us with a beauty that is not of earth, and then pass away^and leave us to muse on its faded loveliness? Why is it that the stars which hold thetr nightly festival around the midnight throne are placed above the reach of our limited faculties, forever mocking us with their unaproacbablc glory ? And why is it that bright forms of human beauty are presented to our views and then taken from us, leaving the thousand streams of affection to flow liack in Alpine torrents upon our hearts? We aie boni to a higher destiny than earth. There is a realm where the rainbow never fades—where the stars w ill be set out before us like islands that slumber on the ocean, and where the beauti ful being that passes before us like a meteor will stay In our presence forever." A hot and thirsty Indian wandered into an ice cream saloon in Detroit the other day, and sat down to a disli of the frozen article. The first taste set all his teeth jumping, and the next one satisfial him that some one had put up a job on him. As the stuff didn't cool by blowing on it, he handed it to the boy with instructions to warm it up. The boy melted it on the stove, and the Indian u seized the dish and drank the sweet milk at one gulp and then licked the dish. 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