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VAGRANT PANS IE Sx T KELLY V. nDTCItiNIO.f . Titsrareallln the Illy bid, tuddled close to (Tether rnrnlM, Yellow Cap, and little llaby Btnet now they ever got there Jon mnst uk the April westhcr, The morning and the evening winds, the aw thine and the dew, VVhy they should go visiting the tall and haughty Is very odd, and none of them will condescend lie 'iMsitti'ij if heymlfrhthavemadeacalliinontbe'jollydallo. A unzli E41t(lr nd Mlin. dullest OFFICIAL PAPBU OF CITy AND COUNTT. TERMS) $1.50 per Annum, Invariably In Advance. They might hare come to my house any pleas- Tbey don't hare a good lime, 1 think, their little IOoKeo very solemn underneath each velvet hoodi I wonder don't they feci among the garden' aire and traces That shy Cousin Violet Is happier In the wood J - Ah, njy pretty Panties, It's no me to' go a-ecck- There Isn't any good time wa King any where 1 I fancy even Violet Is troubled-mlklly speak ing When somebody plucks her, finding her so fair. Thtre's nothing left for you, my pets, butjuitto do your duty Bloom, and make the world swett-that's the best for yon) There Isn't much that's lovelier than your bush- . ..Jtij j urines UlUe VOLUME IX. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1878. NUMBER 20. DAISY'S MISSION. IlKLfc-HoAiuxa Hak was neither a pretty nor euphonious name, nor n reverential one, font considering tlio diameter of It dwellers, It wns nn exceedingly llttlng onil fortlio locality that horo It. Aelxmontlis' resldenco thero convinced mc so thorough ly of this fact (lint I could not conscien tiously have changed a single letter of Ilia name, even hart I possessed tlio power to do so. Not that It savored of sulphurous odors; not that tho roarings of Its nppnr cnt natron taint wcro ever heard echoing mr TcilswCap, my little nbr I nmotij the canons that encompassed It, lint mr siniuincss mm wieiieiinc.ss ami riotous UarjitT'tforJonmry. debauchery, It was peerless ninong nil tho mining camps I havo ever visited In Call lornla. I was sent thero In tho summer of 185:1 hy it San Francisco llrni, to close out n business tliat wni drifting Into Involuntary foankruntcv. itud along dntv rldo found now fhol has rooontlv mnrtn Ita minonr- mn thero earlv In Juno of that vear. A nucoiti our market, which, on nccount of view oftho camp from tho mountain had us intrinsic vaiuu as won in lis novcuy, is not imprcsscu mu invorainy won it, deserving of notice. Although' n natural and a nearer acquaintance only confirmed production It can hardly ho called a coal: that first Impression, hut like a half rcltio nnd although possessing to sonic extent taut bridegroom, I had resolved to take It tho properties of cokv, ft Is not produced for " better or worse," with but slight by nny of tlio itiutlioU-4 common to the hope, however, that It would provo uny manulactttro of coke. Tho proprietors better than It looked, havoglvcultthonpproprlatonamoof "car- "Hello I deacon. What do you want In foonlte." It Is found to n limited extent In Hcll-Itoarln'? Preachers don't stand much tho bituminous coal Ileitis of Central VI r- show In these digging. Vou ain't wanted ; irlnla. constituting a distinct vein bv Itself, better clt 1" which Is now falfTy developed and yielding This was my greeting. I had Just lips, to fill tho poor, neglected heart with hone, or to wrlfo tho Inst message to loved ones over nnd beyond tho plains. Quiet and unobtrusive, Daisy moved about In her ministrations. As sho passed thu saloon on her rrrandsof hair neatly roliletl over tnu pr u.ur iii-iiuy which utci uiu iiaiu lun-iiiiiu, " -I . .. , ' ...I .iii f,, n.u. n,i ii it bskiii maune wnote miner no reiernsi lonio llllln L.l-nt l nnn,lli.ib n I.,,. ,,' l ,. M llr,i,.l.r.tt. ltocolvor of Talli n Moil- I MM SUIIl'll from Hallhl I lOllilll 011 DOC. 17. I mio. K,i nnli.rnl Mr. Mimiitn ruim llm ni.P"'1.'l!,!L S1f for Pvery one-oath cys, llm Claire, Wh. , Joseph P.. Irish, Iteg- The na.l.iiul ,o,.nc iXVMft&8$l IS.VS It was passed Willi several iinliiiirlant amendments ... 'ihe Senate went Into cxerullvu (isslon and soon after mljoitriitil. Jfumr V large number nf hills (over three liiindrnl) were Introduced mid referred under the Monday call of Slates, among them btlng iho lollowlugt to imt printing paper, rfouidhangiiVrhend was near, anil her eyes would sivell-per- lJak,otfl Territory t John 0. 1 o"l, itn type, flu., on Hie Irre lleli lo allow prodi.ccts to sell lent tobacco without taxi fur reciprocal fe MISCELLANY. A Now Fuel CnrboiiHc. vcr. reiiort Unit hi Osceola county thero are 200 'lo with the Spanlsli.Aiiicrlciii iMcetons, ,cr ,.., ,, , ii. ii. i.. r .. .. aiiihorllng national banks to withdraw boniN In ler, families nnilliig Immedlato aldl lit Lyon proportion to lliilr nsliirtlon or circutntlnnt county lot) families In Clierokeo 100 1 In itronilng a pension to tho widow of fieri Ciinbyi a Bleady supply. It Is sold In lumps llkn alighted from my mule, tired and out. of canueicoai. xnosuriaco wncn nroKcn is uumor,anii leitnait iiiciiueu 10 resent mo dull In appearanco Instead of glossy, as Is hrustjue, iiumauiierly salutation, but did thu caso with cauncl or authracltu coal. It not. It was uot n consciousness of tho bums with a bright llamo when Urst Ignlt- truth that (inleted me, for my appearanco cd, and nlmost without smoke, and subsc- was certainly slightly clerical. True, I quently settles down Into nbert of bright hail a perfect right lo differ In opinion with coals not unlike nnthrnclto In appearance, thu speaker, for of a verity this was Just but lacking thu Intensity of heat produced tho placo where preachers wero wanted, by anthracite, and at the samo tfino moro anil lust tho placo they should stay; but. enduring. It seems lo bo especially sultn- making no profession of godliness l held hie for open grates, and moro particularly my toiiguo for n moment. I looked up ; a for parlor use, on account of Its freedom brawny and powerful llguro confronted lrom smoke or bituminous smell, and nlso me, nnd I rurtently held my temper. I from tho small proportion of ashes (only replied blandly that I o.prcted to remain 21 per cent.) resulting from combustion, thcru a while, and suggested, with all Thu ashes aro nlso ot such density that, In meekness, that appearances wero some- do not rlso Into thu room. with curloslty.andacrowdgathi'red. And Tho analysis recently mado hv Dr. AV'al- such a crowdl Urc.it. broad-shouldered lace, of Glasgow, and given below, shows fcllows.dlrtyand unshaven, deeply marked a larger proportion of combustible matter with chronic dissipation, wluno every than Is found In any known fuel, being 0B second word was nu oath ; striplings whoso per cent, mat is avauaoio lor producing tongues wero votuury iinpuiicntntuieariv neat, it has but a slight trace of sitlnhur. trained to blasphemy In Imitation of l heir and Is, thorcforo freo from tho pungent elders, gathered round, whllu I unsaddled odor and gas Incident to nuthraclto coal, my mule In so awkward a manner as to It Is superior to any other luei in tlio iow- excite derision, tiicso people weighed er of producing steam, nnd may prove everything, like their gold iltist, In their half Uttered would bo choked back, anil liter of Lnml-olllcc, Eau Claire, Wis. j Illrnm America was held In " n-liltigton on Ilcc. l roiiEh and brutal Jests shrunk unspoken, r.itn.. ivmlmi Am-nt. Knrt WnMic. Inrt.t Hon. .T, O. Xralcy was re-eleitcd I'reslilent. ns If asliameil In her presence. Kven Ore- lT ,f untp,, Kcclstcr of Lnnit-ofltcc, Alex- Isolations were nilopted calling upon Con- trnn Ma in t-lirl.i n littialt wnm n alr.mrrnf. ' . . I I.. .- .l. M..II .lnl... I. Ill n.t.l ........... I 'cercinry ori k""' " r"" vnn-nnuin Collector of belligerent rights to tlin Culian Insiirgents, ,.i,,. rii.t..! Tlio Coininltleo nil Aid Mint ltellef for tho 111 1wfit.fl.Im.T Willi IAlllifvli.ir.L' In flirt I UUSlUlin lor UIU HSl"-fc "I , v....u,i ---- - . . - .,'v., , ,n ? il,', mln M ?n r.vl i.m Itobcrt W. Htwhcs, District .Tu.lgo for tho sunerl.iRl,omc..IoaIcrsln.ortliwesierniown, she. too. wasimri! and nnoeeiit at least. I Kasterss District of Virginia! Herman Sllvi thoiiL'lit so. Soinehow, tho IliU was not Marshal for Dakota, and W. H. Wlicelcr, fin ifrv ns fnrinprlv. nml .Ton Mllna. IIjs I -r...i.-i ruling spirit, neglected his business nnrt ,Tolm copelnn.I. said to have been onohun- 8l"i'x200! In (Cltrlen In l'ljmoulh 10 , ... i .i.. i i .....i ii. .t.i.t n. , in liiiv rii i in Dickinson i.ii in i.mnicu mi: K i-r Si: 1? K,h M, in l.ucna V.s.a , and hi - .tn.enli Aid .nn Dee. 13. l'alto Alto SO. Total luunhcr of families l)0, doubln-lrnck riillMindl Colonel Dent, father of Mrs. Grant, died at the White Houo on Dee. IB. Tlio President has signed the hill for tho rc- .1. I !., nfll... 1..1M nflH.-. to solitary rambling about tho neighbor- 'nioHeimlo has confirmed tlio nomination of people of the hlate he ealleil upon to rn-ope- trunjler to tin; War li.piri hood. Itwasi.olleeil If Daisy hairocei- j. L, Itcnnhigtou as (lovernor, and Oscar rate lit the grand work of relief. Iho cause I JV?rltorl?.I govlrnrnem In urn u; jinss iiiuiig inu uaiiKuiuiia iniii ',iicv as Secretary (r Dakota. through the canon. Joo was thero with his T y- , , .con,rmC(, tho ,lomalons " ! " l?A?ll :rl of Wm. V. MM for Montana. t.i.iit.. nnn mi irniinmlli. Ili..r.i In allliliiirt illlUieS right, flgl'lll lor 1110 O.V....J ...... j ....... ........... . - tnl... I Crt.. tier, ami more tuau oneo .100 was inuuii in hviuj , uim v. ..... arnest conversation Willi lier, or reading lieu ciouu agency, said ho was sick of whisky selling. Ho aid nsldu a six-shooter that, renorts said. had served hint only too well on moro than one occasion, with tho remark' "that tho liar was so quiet now, It wan't no uso to carrv It." Joo was very Particular now ns to his personal appearance, dressing In inu oiiceuespiseii "Moro Clonics," ami iook tho books with Which she supplied liliu loo llnaliy sold nut tnu saloon, anil invest cd III a inlulng-clalin, which ho was indus triously working when I closed out my business and lelt the neighborhood. I visited Iho liar once again. Down tho ..till Ut..lll 111. Illfl Cllllll tfirtllMIIH unit rugged trail that I had traversed nearly f the Territory of O&laliomn, arrived two vcars before; winding among tho Washington on Doe. 91. same lortliv pines, rich in iragraucc anil standing like sentinels hi tho mniuitulu nas-es. UirotiL'h tho samo irrovcs of laurel and inaiiziinlto, glistening llko waves of emerald a nit stiver in mo iioou-uav sun. flill-blossoiiicd and womlroiu In their csneciallv desirable for steamships muklii long voyages, on account of Its economy of space. ANALYSIS. Volatile combuitlblo matter li'2! Fixed carbon, kl'lll Sulphur '31 Ash S-24 Water at 212 o i'uh l'to 10(1 uo This unlipio product of tho earth Is ac counted for as follows : Originally a vein of bituminous coal, but lying upon and covered with a lino clay. It appears to have been subjected to heat by an overllow of trap-rock on tho surface, thereby expelling Uio gaseous and volatile properties of the coal. A process of nature law thus ac complished on n grand scale u moro per fect result than Is nttalnahlo by artlllcial means, and has delivered for human use a deposit of natural coke, so condensed, by the process under which It was formed, as to acquire a speclllo gravity nearly the same as bituminous coal, and possessing n heating power fully equal to our best un thP.lclte&'ctfnfyo Amiiiean. i i Another Daughter. Dillingham was In Wllllamsporttho otli own scales, and. measured hv their stand aril, I was regarded ns n worthless Impos tor. I had if store clothes" on, mid this fact alone was too much lor the llxed con. veutloiiallsm of the liar. Itueksklu nnd gray llannel assumed a dignity In early times among the "honest ininera" more unyielding, more exacting, than purple ami line linen. My "boiled shirt" was con eonsldercd an Infraction, and therefore the ll.tr was affronted. "Deacon" was echoed from mouth to mouth, llets were offered .....1 ,'...l.. ...I I...I I j .. ... i n. nun uni liinuii in. ii. i ii as a i?.iiiii iiiui , a gambler, wltha "dead thing," or "waxed kecrds;" it lawyer; a doctor; anything but a horse jockey, or a gentleman. Al- thoiii'h nettled with the uucourteotis re ception, 1 could not nllbitl to fall out with inv new neighbors. Ilcatlnir my dusty hat against my kneo with a well-assumed swagger, I turned quietly, and asked It the liar was dry V And the liar was dry 1 With a whoop, Iho crowd aionmcd to inu saloon a ncueiy. ciap-uoaru iiiiiiii tlon. furnished with n few stools and roual tables nnrt tho liar drank llrst with my. seir; then Willi .inu .Miles, my proprietor then with the lilull'lndlvldiial who had llrs accosted me. Pressing through the crowd he held nut ms nig, rougn uauii, unit, mi. there ho had a strong premonition that somcthluir was tho matter at home, so In onler to satisfy himself, ho determined to run down to Philadelphia In tho next train. In the lneaiithno his mother-in-law scut lilm a dispatch to this effect : "Another daughter has Just arrived. Hannah is poorly, uomi' noma ui onto Tho lines were down, however, and the llsivilidi u-ils hold over. and. meanwhile. Gllllngham arrived homo nnd found his Mill fiovH." ho said. "I tako It all back This Is mvold.nldxklpncr: canieoutwltl him from llnston in Mil, Ho aliitapreaeh. or ho sni-nds ids money llko a man. am don't whine. Anyone that don't llko him can call on 1)111 Thorp. That's me hoys, Let's lake sttiun Finding that things had taken an iinex. NEWS SUMMARY. ors of the soldiers of tlio Mexican war, to Iks mended by the Ken held at Memphis on January X, preliminary e",e 1 Vfeiredl! New Orleans Chamber of Orn ate Committee on'Irnnsporln- Mi trirlnn rmm llm f!j.m. l'KIlSOXAI, AND I'OMTICAT.. IO "10 KCrrai meeting to no nciu at iisiiuig- mtllreon rrlvueses and l.iecltons (uoiiiiiten a Tho President, on Dee. 15, sent to tlio Ren- n cuj on . .initarj j.i. p "UVi:, .'ci.trnTL tie i c- merl'y-Yior browit Mo tho following nominations t John L. Pen- h ' " S""" Dejrarlliieta lins received mror- M,U, nalinlng seats as senators from Uiil.l tii rcj tier "rowji . nr h.kni.i million t hat ho V ra n us was dillv rc Cased ana. and wero evenly illvMrd Ho therefore tnu pate lorciieau, nuigioiii '.i " . .,. - , ,,., ... ,," .. I m.k1 that the whole m or 4,000 persons. Tho articles most needed I aro clothing, fuel and provisions, besides need to sow over ti.000 acres nf land that Is nlremly Ijirnkon. Thoy recommend thrt the entire of the distress Is the grasshopper plague. Olllclal Infurniallon has been received that .lent. Hudson of tlio Fourth cavalry, who Lho Indians of the wn recently sent from Fort Clarko with Committee on appinprbiilnns nported. Savllle, agent for forty men to Intercept a band of Indians r:,l,l- "'5; ft lug on the Lower Metiers, on Dee. 10 struck (i,mrttiuuls, and lo come n n-imr llnvnriuii Itnnth lias been elected L . H. Senator hy tlio California legislature, ha lug received two majority on Joint ballot. Col. Win. P. lloss of the Cherokee Xatlou, at tho head of a delegation appointed hy the Cherokee Council to oppose the Incorporation In -oMMintT. axd ixinrsTitr. Hold closed InKe.w York, Dcc.SO.nt 110 l-S. Following Is tlio comparative cotton state. incut for tlio week ending Dec. 12 1 Hales. leant v. I approached the liar. The place Set receipts at ell O. 8. ports during ... .. seemed changed. A few little white cot- the week ......... 181,1.1 tages pcepeifo.tt from among the rich oak "rS."rlpuUueV.V.V.V.V;.V.: foliage, spots of ground were under cttlli- intai same date list year..... l.tovss 0"',.l tlio band, killed nine, wounded a good many more and captured til animals, uu own casualties wero mio man wounded ami llireo horses killed. This occurred on the west fork of tho Neuce.s. A Washington dispatch of Dee 21 says : Jt has been known for some days that tho Span ish (lovernnicnt has furnished evidence with regard to the Ylrglnlus, and her claim to the right to bear the ling of the Fulled Htates, and that tho President suhiullted the evidence tiu'dulli son iniiHiits In Irgjl tenders, mid the to tho Atlorney-tieiieral for Ills opinion mere on. It seems now to he understood In olllelnl circles that tho Attorney-General has given an opinion that tho vessel had forfeited her right In bear tho lliiviiftlie I'll ted Slates nnd lit the llm.. nf lini niiiitnen wii. i.nrrvliKv It without I uanK-now currency , win in iiiiiiiui i,i mi- ipnir in time or 1 or capture was urr.wiiR it wuiioni i lrcuU( , )Ctl.s thll ,1,nuutllnr.. pi.reuit. In right Mid Improperly. Ill view of thlsoplnlon lUuofiniKr rent now uuihoried by l.iw.. . Mr lorrui oi erinoiiiirniiiiuu i iiniiiiuiee mi In aid ol the execution nf the laws In t'lshi lor a siiivi y for a thin canal lrmu Lake MlchUuii lo tho Wabash ltivcri for a surrey of Ihc liiawn.see iuerK ior uie t or the Cflt or n from Dm ilit to New York City for the I r:m-(mrtftt I'm nf lieuvy lrrlglit ior lie ifiiiiroiiiiieni m me .iugimri iiiteri in Imposentaxon Incomes of tl.unn and men to regulate comuieirn lieiwein tho Stales, and to regulate reasonable rates or rnlliosd ihnrgta lor frelxhtt for n Iraiis-conllnental rullro.idi lo riineiu uie iiiiningc lo i.ianiisn u iriivtrnment lu ri muli,ii. . Mr. n in ilno fnmi the Coininlttee on .1 inticlary ritinrliil a lilll til rrln-!ll tlio linll Lrll lilo law. filch was mado the sii-cl.il order forio.iiioriiiw lie lliji nwl Jlenns uciiuinuteo nun ine lfinrieti juinuy n ,uim' n ro ll sertrul imrtnuuts. nml in came u ti'imrt to lie made to tho House It p' sslble ns early us Hie lilli id .Itmit.iry next, se lling Inrlli In it, tall what public expenditures lor the current lNe.il year and what estimates lor the next llsrul Jcir cm be reduced, unit the amount ol nueh rtiluc ll,in, without serious id Irllm lit lo the public ,r Vice. A long ibh lie followed and the rc nnlutlnn was pased . It Mas resolied that the hnlld.i) niliuutiiment should extend from Pre 19lo.Un. 0 . Adjniirnid. Dl'.c. III. Senatr, Mr. Sherman from the Finance Conitnlltee reported unfavorably on the bill aulhorltlng the pjyment of a poitlon of cnmmlttic was discharged lrom the furtlur cm Mill ration ol uie mil Mining inu iinu in- Iroduped nud relcrrcd weie tlio following! 'lo fklnlilUli mi Iron ikhln.bullillnirvulil on lho wn- lersof the Atlantic, nnd one In the .Mlsslislnnl valley, to nflonl facllllhsit tlicnaryi to laelll lap' die assorting and rediemlug of the national W.fAs our tloveriiineiit will, hi accordance with the roT . ... ..... . terms or tno protocol, institute inquiry aim ,., .iv" nr the art t March a. Iuhhmih V.'.i : . 11.... I.... ,1... l'l....t..l.... .....1 ....... r. ....., .....I... ..I ....I ....... ... I....I. im i-i r.. i iintes. nud Urn comm ute nils i hehariri'd Mr. , loailisr nuv Ol II o persons wun null ni'lie.tr V.' . . i.i. i.. i ...1....1 ...... Ull B I I'BUIlllU'il I" ll.lllll. -'I. . il" li" I" ii. i- hrnnnlit no and ill hatid. bill wltliu.lt l, .elf j,;. nrfi it... .i.nHA...iii. i'. il.n.A ..I. .i..n..nu Inif nnv onnelunKin me M'liaie Mem H oxoi'll .j,..v ii.iii iiu-iuiiiiii. iiui I iiii v ii i. mii'iii in. " i " . . i .,. ..n..-,..tl..i.ri.i .1 11..,. I It Is snltl th.it tho salute to the ll:n? on the 'Jot I t. toitt...i ..n..... .1 n 1 mi. .n iiiUmi,.iiMi. tu .11,10 I H is lilliu lliai 1110 riillllie in lilt' Uio; uu ill" ..nil Mr l."J,W,o day of Doeemher will he dispensed with ns the Comtnltteo on liivll-wrvleo 1. nt llm I'll lo.l i"'i"i' vatlon, and the hand of Industry had been Kxports tor ihe week. busy. Tho clap-hoarded saloon stood lu .i'0"' '""i ll,ne the same old i.lace Ju,tas 1 had llr.-t seen $Zllml yV.-."::::: u, will, us iiuaiiuiaieu i.-uiiiiuiuii miumi-ii i miock at all uuucu states wri. that the Institution wit poorly patronlcd. stock lor the siune tlmo lost year A crowd had gathered near It-not such a H,''1 " ,?,l"'.l'rvl"F'0Wn' crowd ns in tho olden time, until sober nml stock at i.licmooi (pilot one. F.vcryono looked anxious to I Same tlmo last year tell no so net n ug, nut no ouosiioko iiii i SV'1"::"',.. .. . 1 i.i .vi.r'.i ii i,.. ri.,1.1,, ....... I Same time last rear .1 . i . ,i ' Un": m .ft-.ll The Illinois Stato Farmers' Association met ,, not necessarily ic.iulraW inmiwiiit wia'alloiif . "Well. oMii.'' lie snbl. In eotiveiilloii at Decatur on Dee. 1(1. Xeaily Slates will expect disclaimer of Intent of hi' o!iviintlv. "ililmuls rniiirh nn the lbir: everveongiesslouat district was represented, dignity to tho llag In the net which was com thov nhVt like thuv was when vou lelt. the number of delegates present being two milted. From the proof submitted by Spain She's gone that's Daisy and things ain't hundred and forty. Tho President reported It'iippcira the clearance papers of tho Vlr- gone right lor some ot mo noys ever since. ,m nggrogalo of eight hundred and thirty clubs ginlus were obtained by perjury In eighty counties of tho htnte, with n mem- Henr-Adiiitrnt Scott has -cut to tho Seerc hcrslilp of forty-six thousand four hundred tary oftho Navy a largo number of documents nun M'veniy-inree. civo iiuiiiireii nun tony nine granges had nUo reported, but number of members not given. The Iowa Stato Orango at Its recent session X'l.a P.iti II la mlirlitv t'lillirli I asked where Daisy had removed to. " O. no. Can. vou don't iinden-tand. The old woman, she went back to Sacra mento liroucu-lieartcu, nicy sain; nut Daisy, she's cone: called lor. taken up aiuoii!f the stars where she belongs. Ye miss fialsy, Cap Shi) got lounifcoinoot adopted a resolution hi favor of reiuov lug the National (Irango from Wushlngtoii to St. Louis, A petition was also addressed to Con gress, nklng for an appropriation to hitllil and eipdp a double-truck railway from Sioux City, Iowa, to Norfolk, Vn. Tho Illinois State FnrmeiV Association ad journed on tho 18th. Hon. William C. 1'higg was re-elected President, S. M, connected with tho capture of tho Ylrglnlus and tlio executions which followed. ' Tlieo Include, the list of 10:1 who were In prison at Santiago do Cuba, thirteen of whom were shot. Hut four Americans are among the number given. Thoin who were executed In addition to the thirteen above mentioned were in Jail only a few hours, with Iho excep tion of dipt Fry, who was taken to that place, According to the olllclal report concevnliif! tho modu of trial hy court-iaartl.il, dipt. Fry declined to itnsner all the questions put to Smith i,In, protesting that hy tho law of nations he salary bill was thin resumed, and Mr. Knon'- Mirer. ,,'', crew Imd committed nolleiisotliut ' 1111' I . . tl :.ll. ...!.. .....I. ...i. . .Ilmviloli ,i'.iu lu.bl nvr.r nml iiioMiiu'lillc pecicii null, i iiuiiiciiiaiiiy uiiir.uiiium.iKi' '"fl':"0!1 W(W "V1" ,ocr, anil, ini .li wiin , f . situation. Thorn stood snouor I11M I "' . . . . .. . .. lor ine, ami ms emphatic assurance oi my iilipreaclicr-niio cnaracier nun proper ins wife doliur pretty well, and tho nurses fumbling around with an Infant a day old the bovs. and she made them promUc to knock oil' their grog; I hain't touched it kliioii mill I'vo Kiii'oil n little. If she'll mil V staid, tills thing wouldn't 'a' happened. l oil see, din, lie couiiiiucu, "iieie s nuw It was: One o' the boys got badly hurt hi his drill across tho creek, anil one niornlir Daisy started over to tako htm somethln'. ..it. 1 ft ,1'na ii.i'iiiiuliil linnl.' Cllll- mill tllll lllir' una tllimorv. nml u-oll. wn lliiiiul l).ilv u Secretary, and J. H. Plckercll Treasure tulle below, with her brown hair nil tan-1 A constitution was adopted, nnd a serlf j j.(,ttii,.i7 ja or their Imprisonment or trial ns gled ninong the willows, nnd her blue eyes of resolutions passed demanding the pirates, claiming to ho la command of nu uiiiu u liii'iuinr nu-ueii , nun no miMiKiii. "repeal ot uio saiary-gran law, mi ller back poor thing! There win it a Kel to ho retroactive In Its action, nnd single drink taken on l ie liar that day. thN wU10llt ,v,tn,uon of tho franking & n SU-htr H ctt'we all thoiPdit s. Privilege ;" demanding the reform of abuses " '' 'Jvll-senieo, in favorof hnPro; ng, he sho knelt down and kl-scd DaNy, mid navlgatlo,n of our lakes and rlers and w uter wioit two miles u.foot nit the meadows and connections; demanding tho repeal of the got llowers nnd put them III tho little blue dalles on clothing, lumber, salt, Iron and steel: deprecating all imtiier public lands, or loans of the public credit, and all national, Slate or local subscriptions In aid of corporations j" favoring tho repeal of tho National Hanking law ami tho Issue directly lrom tlio Itefiirm to lie in id ' In the cost ol I lie civil semen III Ihe Hum- her ol nlllccM cnipinyin ami in ineir rom- nsitlon. Mtlliout iiuiisiriug ine einenucv oi ho ni-rtleci also. Hie CMiedunev of iirmld- Inir that all nniel.ils in the civil si rl Ice til. ill re- ocTvo as comiiiis.illiin mil) MiehsaUiy us shall nelixetl anil luieriuiniu y uiiv .iiiniiii-ii ... rne House tiiLii iook up ine uui ii'iioiini ji-cur-dny from Ihe Judiciary t'niniiiltli e lo ripenl the llankrnitcy art. and Mr 'I ri nulni' prorcribd to uilvor.ilo II. air. Wilson of Uie .Iinllci.iry i; nu- nil Ice opposed the Mil, arguing uiai uie law was tucmsary, anil II mere were ueieets in il the iiroper couiso whs lo reiui'ily the delect. Mr. Hick moled an nun lulimnt, pinvldlng that all suits nnd prncenllngs now pimllng In eouils of the L'ullid states herein no uilludleatlon m bankruptcy has hem made, shall he pro cscdicl with nud governed by the provisions nr fkUihiL? InW'i wldcli are henbv cm- tinned in lorco onlv lor uio nirpoe oi ciohihk up suits and proceedings now peuilingi providid iiiiii lrmu null iiiirr nil' I'usum' ui iiui hi i. in. Ims, coiiiinisions aim on.irKon in iiuu-it. uihi nui'uU ol o. nirlM 111 lianLl-uiiti'V cases sh ill be re- duel it to one-h ill ol ihe lie-, eoiuiulssinns ami charge Inn tnlnrc allowed) with nhlcli amend- Hunt Uie hill Was iiassetl . . I neiu-riiHii'in in ini' Without inalfl mriisure, the IPjiij, inerletm merehniit vessel, furnished with nil properly lerlllled papers, which he had de livered lo the boarding olllccr ol the capiur- lug xes.el After staying twenty-four hours, and Had ing that everybody was tolerably com fortable, horcturucii to wiiuamsport wiiu- regard of the value of money put Ihe liar in good humor : so I explained my busi ness, nnd hoped to deserve well of the boys. And I won the friendship of these people; not by pandering to their tastes or lidllng Into their practices, but by minding my ownmismcss. iviuie nnsiauuiigirnm run bing ngalnst their prejudices, and scrupul ously avoiding nil Interference with their pleasures, I sympathized with them lu nil their 1 II I In troubles, and they rustipetcil inc. " Another daughter hs Just arrived, Hannah pi. ii.., i,v .inv. ilhl not seem to bo n vorv Is poorly. . Come homo at once." , h0u'torlous place: In worklmr hours hands, and there's where we laid her, Cap up there, where you see them white pickets." For some time tho poor fellow could say no ino're, but sat with Ids face burled in" Ills hands. 11 A...1 I n.L'Ail "Hush." he said. PohitlllL' to the saloon. Treasury of a legal-tender currency Inter- ".loo s III more; Ills satm anoui. pauni-u ciiaiigiiiuiu iui " i.v......; down shot, night afore hist, hi a low. tho lowest possible ruto of Interest ; opposing out anytldlig being said about tlie ilispatch, Ids mother-in-law suniiosliiL' thatotcourse ho had received It. Tito day after his ar rival tho Hues were fixed, and that night ho received a dispatch lrom tho telegraph oiuco iintcu mat. very uay, nnn conveying the following inicuigonco ; nilllnr'hnm was amiizcd nnd bowlldercd. Ho couldn't understand It. Daughters appeared to hhn to be getting entirely too thick. Howalkod tho lloor of Ids room all night trying to get thu hang of the tldnir. nnd tho more ho considered thu It Indulged hi a kind of liiverUli rest. Hut It w;is by night that it shone lu the full glory ol its appropriate name, 'men it was that tho viuuiilres that sucked the blood of honest labor came forth. Short subject tho moro hobeenmo alarmed at the far() Coalers nnd others of the fraternity, cxtrnord nary occurrence, lie took he K1K,ak(,(i out t0 UJ)0 ti,o earnings of early train for the city, ami during ho ml(l tho iarnm riot. 'It was then journey was m u uuimiuuii ui iiuiuiu uur niat irreat strop Ir llvi irlnir wrestling with the nature tenrltiG ion oi iiaiiuu uo- o-mnt, gtronir fellows who Wero wear- arrivciiiiojiiinpci 0r,t their lives In a dally coiitlict with open tho mountains nun the .streams that others inlirht wear thu L'old they won. woulrt gather roiinrt the gamblhig tables to "try their luck" nud this thing L w Ulesl "luck" In tho early days was a i".; ;, i slmngo thing. Existing on the sinicrsti i . ; i tlon that Is found In tho composition ot xvlhleruient. When he arrived III u cab, drovo furiously to tho liottso and Reiirocl Ids motlierJu-lnw Into convulsions by rushing In a frenzy nnd demanding what on earth had happened! Ho was nr'oiitlv rolloveil to find that thero wcro no twlnsln tho nursery and to learn how the nMel luisuuiu uccurreii, iiui, uu in luumuj. ioruiu M-'ii-gnipn. upcn uui wi.o t on t int Is founil In t ho comno "11 SJSs iSSJ1 C1T.,, in , 'lsT'Jo vry man 111 tl greater or less degae, It iAiv i.i .iiw. ....... --v, - I was a ppaiiiom luiiv iiauuicu nn classes tiiui him about something. Maa Adder. entered Into nil liuinan calculations. I.uck roiti:iii.N. A boliilon telegram of Dee. 1(1 gives Intelll' geiue of the los of the steamer llroekton III grams m ( , Mediterriiiieau Willi twenty-two lives, Dr. ('. sehenek has been elected President, and Dr. F. W. Fllio Ylei-l'resldciit, of the SwI'S ( Ollfedit.lllon. The bombardment of Cartagena was recom menced on Dee. 1.1 with Increased vigor A llawmnc dispatch of Dec. 1(1 claims that Ihe ('arllsts have eaptured llrrga, A Madrid dliateh says thai President Cas. .loe's ii-pasiii' In his checks, sure I You y legislation by Congress under tho plea of telar made nn olllclal call on (ion. Sickles on soo .loo went to the hail. He sat by the old foot log, melancholy like, and wan dered up nnd down the creek, nnd no one could do uuvlhlng with hhn, and he took totlrlnk again; ami mo ciis-eu temper came back, nnd he got to ipiarrcllu' with everybody. Night nforo last he got In a row wiin i uncgci' .luitii, hi ii iei regulating commerce between tho States, which shall deprive tho people of their pres ent controlling Jnlliicnco over tho railroads through Stato legislation; condemning tho praetlcoof public, olllclnts In accepting freo pusses from railway managers, cie. A cull Is being numerously signed ny .viem- Dee. 111. iiccotnpatueii iiy uio ffooreiary oi iVrpiiiinnsiir.dpa pel s In ihe inquiry as I State, and made a formal announcement of olllclal conduct ol .linlge liiutiut ui Alab was udni tril veas VS. nays 77 Ing Ibrlher progress with the niljnuimd. Dl'.c. 1". Si'mili: Mr. "tiinner Introdui ed a ri solution Instructing Jtlio I ommlttee on Ki nance to Inquire Into the oxpullincy of abolish Ing IbeollU'e of Commissioner ol internal iieie in-,, .iiui nllii'i-olllera llnili-r hlhl. anil lh..l Intel n.il taxallon lie couecteil ny turnips, unsiaiiin u articles being liable lo seizure nnd euulNcitl'in iiy any I nlltil .states coiui, ine law m ue cu r.iicid under Ihe dlncllon of the Secretary nl'tln Treasury. Passed . .Mr. Cniler's bill lor Hie relief ol Ihe Osage eeltlirs was leieriedtotbe .lu- illclary Coinmuiee. . a nioiion in i.iki- iqi im lli.iiu.. i. nlmliiii lUliii? Hit. Iltno lur Ihe ildjn irtl- mi nt for the hnlld iys irnM)led cnnsldi nihle dis riisHlim. nml liilnireunleil. Its lurllii r c aislih r- allon was thin Inilellnllily postponeilbv n voti ol vein 11" mijs i'7 J 111- lloll-o lilll lo n iioui uie ll.inl.rii't net was relirred to the.Iudlcl iry nun- iiilllee ...The House hill making a skci.u nppiii- iirlatlon ol Tl imiu,ih)o ior ine ."iaiy iva mm uia !n up, and niter conslih ruble dUeiisslon was iiassid iljiinneil. Jtuinr. Mr. W Hum ol Indiana lrom iheJudlelar) l ommlttee niHirlei a resolution uuiliuruing inai c.imuiiuii- u un III llll' una, iraiuo: t hey uotliurew, mir.ioiiu was ion i tiers oi congress iimaing i u union ui jicin- e . .-i... i i..i i - riM... I . ., .. ..... . i .....i. r. .i iiuiciv ior uuu, mm tiuu oiui uun. -iiuincrsoi tno oriuivcsi uiui cuiuu iur mo pur doctor says ho ain't got no llvlu' show. oof imltlng thee soellous on lho question Mav bo you'd llko to seo hint, Cap.' of j,,.,,., transportation from tho West to tho mi went ingctiicr inw uinuiuai nin iu stliiiitle seaboard JteS ' A hrK0 m(,u,1,,R of moyc, Chicago S t nlund' lho poo fellow: worklngmc,, was held on Sunday evening, breatClng heavily, and two of the boys Dee. 21. Speeches were mado In l.ngllsh, fmin ins i in fonder v as a mot ler Will HI Herman anil roinu, urging mo iikui ui vwry luive done, Tlio ashy face and heavy man to employment at lho hands of tho City Hie surrender of tho Ylrglnlus nud prisoners, The utmost cordiality was shown on both sides, A telegram from Havana states that Ccspe- des has been deposed from tho presidency of the Cuban Itepublle, and that Agllllera Is to ho his successor. The evl.mpress Kttgenlo mndo a visit to Oueen Victoria on Dee. 10. A severe and disastrous storm visited the north of Fnglaud, extending Into Scotland, on Dee. in. Us worst fury wns apparently spent on Shelllold, where n largo number of build' lugs and chimneys were blown down. It Is estimated that seven persons wero killed and ....I ,i ipanliitlnti limti'ui'tlnir the slime enmllll'l to Inquire nnd report Mliulier.liiili.-i1 Imrell ol Louisiana snuiuu uw iiin'imii'-i ,u, . and mlsiliinennors, Willi powir to tend for pu- tous unci papers. AOnpud Mr. li.'e re. ioi leu O.ICK ine s.eniui' uiih-ii-ii.n-.i i , i"i hn ri.ili.iiiilion of tho loan ot Ms ihe .illlenil- ineiiUweieenncurred lu, and the bill now got s to the I'retldi ut for his sign .lure I he House then retumtd llierontldi ration nl tin ul.iry lull. Mr. Kitsion inuveil 10 rccontiuer ine ton- m yi terday, udoinlng the aim niliniiit making III re iluetlon ol meinliers' salaries to e .muii ncu M ill Ihe beginning ol this I'ongress, and also inou-d to lay the motion to ri consider on the table A green in. j-i-iriii' iiinvii-iiii. .... '----' "''."- : and dlscuasiil, when llnaliy Mr lliirllnit pnerid the following ns a subslitute lor the whole bill, which was passed, and Ihe House ailjoiirned. Mil. IlI'ltUllT's SALAI1V HILL. Ail Advenltiie with Indiana llohbcm of lho Fnrly Days. Forly years ago, one beautiful niitiimn evening, a llnc-Ionklug inan of alhlelh) hnlld, well mounted on a spirited ami swift-footed liofse, left the city of Louis ville, and mado hl way towards the New Albany ferry, .lo Caon, for it was he, was then thirty years of nge, nnd u perfect specimen of manhood. C'aeon then had ipllln n reputation throughout Southern Indiana nud u part of Kentucky, and was very popular wherever known. He was brave, frank and generous to a fault. Ills business wasthatofa drover, and ho had Just sold n drove of cattle and had the proceeds several hundred dollars un his person, nnrt wa starting on Ids return to the upper rountry. A drover's whip, henvllv loaded, hung from the pommel of hi saddle. This was the only visible wciilxm about hint, and ns well the Insig nia of his calling. He soon found himself Iowl v im-ending the winding road Hint led up mining the hills toward Ylncennes. An hour before siinscl ho hud nearly reached the summit or Urn knobs, when, turning a short curve lu the road, Caon saw before him and a few yard from the road, three im-ii. They weie rough, despfi'.ili'-lookliig fellows, al ined with knives and rllles. Cas ern' keen eve told him at once the true character ol thee men and Ids own peril ous situation. The three seemed lo have been shooting nt a target, and most fortu nately at that moment their gulf Wftedls charired. Cifim's sudden appearance look them hv surprise, hut one of tlieiu quickly stepped tiiwuid him, lit the same time giv ing di-im a i.uniitar uiviiaiionioiusiiioiiui. mil sliont w un litem. as ileum mis ue sflir.ed the bits ni'tho bilillf In u bold man ner, for uu Instant stopping Cifon's horse. Tlie other two men began tit load their guns, t'asoii saw Ids unlv chance and hositutfil not an lusiiiui. lie pan iiim-ii the precaution to take the whip ill ills hatid. letilng It drop out ol sight as it lelt behind hhn. wlmn he llrst saw Ihcso men. At I he ii-taiit the rubber laid Ills hand nil tho bridle. Caxili raised 111 his stirrup nud delt him a terrible blow on the head Willi tho loailoil etui ol tho whip. the mall sank to the earth with a groan, ami fur a moment was tangletl in me left oi tnc horse, which sprang forward rapidly as t 'until -link the -purs deep Into his flanks. It was n llglit tor lite, nnd t ifon felt surf that he had killed one of his assailant-. Tho other two men sprang ufler Ca-oii, but were too late. In a moment he wi.s mulling his lior-e at full speed down the road, and Just as he turned a comer, which took him out of sight, a rllle shot rang iarp mi the air ami a millet whl-llcil pat Casnn s ear. He preert on at a lively pan to a small lintel kept nfew miles from New Albany, and rode up to stay for Ihe night. Tin- landlord appeared, took the hor-e and removed the saddle. Casou then told him of Ids iidve ului'f and the particulars of his capo, J he landlord iinmciii.iieiy eiinngcu counte nance, and made, a remark which imvluccil Of on that he was lu lull ym- Kitliv Willi the robber', and he concluded ils eimiitrv tavern inift he the headquar ters of the jranv;. Ofim saw there was no safety here, and ordered his hoise saddled .,1 ioi..!, .in unlet- rollti'tmitlv llhoVI'll llV the host, and with as iimelt delay as possi ble, and not until the landlord had given a loud signal to others pear by, under the pretense of calling hi dogs. Of nil ha-tlly mounted, nnd. iirirlni.' id- Imrsclutoa rapid rait, swlftlv pursued Ids journey to the ln- leriur. All night long lie urged his noble iiiilimd onward, determined to put a lonir distance between lilin-elf niidtliefileiidsnf the outlaw, whom he felt certain lie had woundoil ttuto death. Just as the sun ni peared he rode Up to a fahni-lioite, tlmr iiiiL'hly i-xhaifteil, and sought rest and n- l'lv-hiuents. lie traveled seventy miles be tween " uii and -un." Many years nftcr- wardsu frleiidol'Caoirs,travellnglhriiUgli this eounlrv, who knew the particulars w Oi-on ndveiiture. took occasion to tnuki Milne I lines wiiu regain to p, an i learned from an old resident of the county licit lho hotel sunken of hail long biensif. peeted as it rendezvous for robbers, and that the malt whom C.von hail killed, lor he did not live an hour, was the son of the landlord, and was brought home by his comrades about uu hour after Of on de parture. Tin1 matter was htf lied up. and a plausible story told of a tree falling on the voting man and critshlng Ids skull ; but It happened that the scflln was w 11110-0(1 by a boy, who was hunting In the woods and sooYcllv saw th whole transaction, and told ld story to Ids own family, who. alter a while, gave it publicity. The hero of Ihe above story Is yet living In Northern In liana, and Is a personal friend of the writer, who heard tho story from his ow n lips while spending an evening by Ids llr shte a few lnonths ago. Ca-on is HOW all ild. wldtii-halred mall, hut still po-sesse. tho nihilities which, under fortunate cir cumstance-, would nave ntauo mm if lam- iiis as Daniel Iloone, riTIl AND POINT. ANr.w Onr.iutcs Juryman wns nkcrt by tho Jurtgo If ho over read tho papers. Ho replied: " Yes, ycr Honor ; but If you'll let mo go this tlmo I'll never do to nny more." When Hoss Tweed's occupation was niked by tho penitentiary olllcials he cor- fectly replied, " statesman ;" for Isn't he tin Htiite'd mn for the next twclvo years ? ilcmpfiii Amlancht. A YOtWJ lady says that a gentleman ought never to feel tflscouraged when the "momentous question" Is negatived by tlio object ofhls choice, "for lu life, ns In grammar, wo always decline before we conjugate." I.s'TKNPixn lo bo pathetic, tho editor of tho MeConnollsvlllo Jfcrald wrote of "a beautiful girl stranded lu a gale," but tho fiendish compositor set it up " a beautiful girl straddled on n rail." Tho editor's pathos was suppressed, nnd so was tho compositor. It Is decided hv an editor who "can't stnnd It nny longer," that the only dltlcr elico between the entrance to a b.irn and Hie lounger around newspaper ofllccs Is that the llrst Is a barn door and the latter a dam bore. " Ir mine nf our druggist"," says an ex change, " would llll n bottle with bed-bug poison, place It lu the back room and label It Old live,' there would bo so many In That from ami alter tlio passage of ibis net, Uu; drops 01 sweat Uiai nail gauiercu uu ine tiovenitneiil, wncn oilier sources i.iucu, or in ti,iltv wounded by Iho falling walls. Tho compensation or hcnntniB, iicnrtsciiiuiiw-a nnn forehead, told flip unmistakable ngony ot tho cvcnt int tho clty camot fllrllNh work It X-is r . lt,rrieano wero also felt at (Has- "f'fflihi? "Vn'A ftW lueVi't'oV'the t,osutrcier,iindslM.wcd I ha t-f''.''S ' thould supply tho laboring man with food ' . ,llraXi u,iU lmWmi XowCn,tle, K? nu ' I m p"iU..:l,' ItSelr hei!- .loe'HSand W'llS lienrly UU out, nnd he was j , necessaries of life. Itesulullons Z lu and oilier places rcsintatlve and IKIwate In going lo and relurn- li.t-nml n I liiinimi loneboi'iip. Wiillllllnot "" ' . . . . .... Sllll'lds lltlM null r pun i s, ihn i ,it ol I iivernnient oneo 111 inch ' ' . .. ,i .. .l i t.:. :..; 1.1., ,...i..l-. embodying theso Views wcro miopicil, llllil I information has been received frnm Home Z. i . ... .nil. .1 In wilting bv inch e'ned IV KV" "LJ'Zl nf '"' IJZIJXS1: cti.tia nml iiiriiime rniinii in roeiii'ui.eii I itriiinii iiniiu m v." ........ . v ,,n,. ,i , vn neeii eioviuiti m ine i.oiieL'ii i I i .... ..e a.. n.i i ...i.i i .... ... I. . OH I,.-, .I..L., .........0 ......... n UU Tho Effects of tlio Panic. Bread or blood Is a strango cry to bo shamed reason and set nt naught nil math' cmatlcal certainties, and forgetting that n man's luck wns much of Ids own making. It was followed with a persistent fatuity her tlio following evening and present theso "O. cap," hp said, "you havo come nt resolutions and their claims personally, 'the last. I know Bho'fluld send eoino one to Uvorklngineu of Cincinnati also held several t ill.-In me. ns silo udto to toll 1110 about I ,,,ii,r no llm uniin dar. At the, Herman that messed lauu wuwo xw nsv lives iimi mP0tng, one. speaker mado an address In that Mio. Just mado ine, understand a little, , Id ,10 cInlmcil tllnt ti, condition of tho when she left us. AlOl pray for mo, qui, .,. ,,, ,.,... ,.., .,.-. .,,,. ... ng me : . T. 1 17. T i t i...,Vi..,i i; ..i ii i,.iS lutoltr It was ioiinwcu wiin a puiaisivuv iniuiiy have hero to bo dolly tils cd by tl o Wof tho liopeful future; the sUltllng authorities, who appear o Imbo found It MK, tlm(. Mrriwilawi,y with It thu iiiifruir- nccestary nrcservo c of that clt; nllcvlatci ilrK LmUXn AVeTotina ml nnl disastrous past; the harvest whoo irder. Tho benevolent iMictics ,. p .,i.i ,.ti,i,.,i to ii n. i wiiu luriuuu inu iiui iiiiiua. uii'ii. u it persons being now taken euro of by them. Those operatives who are fortunate was dry bv dnv. It was linitueuchable bv . . I - J1... c. ' " . . ' -.1.1 r... ....... .1. ". tOiliiCK was Willi inu uoys, inuy milt ii al.- liidsv to fori'ro mo for lei ...... . fV7. . . 'A '. ii devil como liackv?ld tor iorgitMig iiu that sho tnugb'A,mo. S40 tohlTflc.iri would onlvllcvo all io said, that 1 would goWfti glorious la Ml that was uwny heyonil mo stars, biiu-b-b'ouo mere, cup, nnd I bellcvo every worAof It now, O, can you pray? She taugMme, but I've most lorgoi now.- in ii over i nut iiko univiuiu ii was iiieii. If ever I felt nblu to nsk foHtlvcuess for n poor, wayward, shattered sl, trembling on I IllJilll. i.. . .......... ( rnnk, ami uniiieii w in it ; it agnuisi meni, gaging them In order to support their ,' k nn'(1 c,j.gt.a t iiiiilllcg, while oUiorfl who nrp noo loi lt0cther tho Dar was u wild and liinnto nrn UYplmllirlnn- their Hirillt ire. I . 1 -.ei. ... ..i! i...t ... .i.i t.i. .i..- I nunuirfintii iiiiuxi : iiui. iiiiiiiitiji nil int;i-u i wanlroho. whtrfies. lite., for food And fuol Children aro begging In tho facets, and many puiamo cases ot luiuvmiiui msiruu aro reported, Tho number of adults oil , of employment is u.ooti, Tlio torty-ci establishments of Piiteraou employed UUU linmis, niut inapny-roiissnowti tlnn nt'B.7fi8 workliiL'tnen. Several leading Urmstalkof smrtlngBllkmlllsjfind theTcltv oilers to sell $l60,(XKlwWh of bonds, tho proceeds to bo used as. luml (Hiring uiu wipicr. - Onv. CAMenr.i.i.of Wvoinlnitii his inos- sago to tho Third LcglelntlvjaUwsembly of Wyoming Territory, inaijjjrxuo iohow ng ui.t,mir in rof-roiCrTo tho practical ....-l.inn' nt MiiM,(j(n suliraL'ikthcro ; " Tho o.i.riiiToni5iirr-irimtliig io women nvolco lu tho Government, wliich wtw inaugurat ed for tho first tlmo In lho history of our country by tho First Legislative. Assembly evi',.X..,i.,.. lma imi" been tried for four years. I have, heretofore taken occasion to express my WsyB In regard to tlio wisdom i.i.nVif)i mommi-it. nml inv con- ItllU JU.1IVU U niwo.i... . . s'llfii lli.e Ha tiTlonilnn bnd Ih-CH attCIldeil .iil i. I,v crnml ri.uiilti 'Purn VOJirg lllOrO Of obwrroUou ot tho practical working of tno system nave oniy sorvcit to iievjicu mj (.11.,. tl.n. ...l.nl .m la. tltld lirrUlfV. uuiiviuiivu, iitu, imv nu, u t"". .VTi-'Z havo dono, has been well dope, and that our system 01 impartial sunragu is nu uu- (piallllcd Bitccess." BrtOEit says tho dlll'eronco between tho Hoosau Tunnel nml an oyster is, that ono 19 WhOlcsoiuo mm mo oiuer soino puie, w r . . ' .. . .. . people taugniino mac mere aro soivcihh iforevcn crystallzcil wickedness that thero Is uo cloud so dark as to ho without it sin rln stronknf silver, no naturu so rugged us to bo Impenetrable! or beyond tho reach of humnnl.tnirlutluciiccs. I hart been domesticated in my new homo nlinut n month, when n clrcumstiiilcu took phu:o WHICH sccmeu to cnango entirely mo wholo routlno of Hell Itourlng. Tlicro wasanni'hjvid ono morning ami tho liar luronucu wiin n now m-usiiiiuii , u tiuii-i; iinnsaiiin nir Ijiiic a Airs, iiiminton am her HttlCMauaiter, who sought rest and health In tho mountains. JIrs, Hampton was widowed, but no ono inquired into ner history. Sho was welcomed ns n now nnd alnnion element iinionc so much wild. rccKlvss uio uiai iiroiigtiL unci, iiiciuuiiui of mother, or sUter. or sweetheart fat nwnv. nnd thn liar wnsiilcascd. Tho boys ciirisicncu mo iituo uaugiuer "juisy, -nnd sho was well unincd, From this day a marked change took placo. Kvcryouo ucsircu to do wen mougui oi oy mo nuiv comers : dross beeninii mi nblect of solid- tune; (iruiiKcu yens renimig ine inuvi iiigui wero less frciptent; splrtU ot tut evil seemed to bo quelled, and tho Bar was on i . . . .. i i.i i lis uuuti ucimviur, I.lttlo Daisy was ovoryivlicro as a minis tering angel. If thero was a, slck-bcd In tho camp, Daisy wns bcsldo It with tho lit do luxuries that Iho hand of woman only L-nrm-a how to iirennre. If a poor fellow was about to " pun out" his few last lands of life, Hnlsy was thero, to wet tlio parched Oermany, A mas) procession was arranged for tho following day. The Western UnlouTclegraph Company, It Is stated, has secured by purchase the enlln' lino of tho Pacific and Atlantic Telegraph Company, comprising 6,000 miles of lines nml 10,000 miles of wires, iiimi:n and oanitai.tif.n. A family consisting of man, wlfo and child. ort, o1 Kovf uKR while on their way Texas were murdered Sert In tho balance of Mo Kternal, It recently a few inllcs from I.lttlo Hock, Ark., wo wniTiir. that inninent. SooLii there was si Icnco unbroken, savo iy u mv smotuercu eolis nmong tlio bystanderXIiut a quiet, leacciiu ngnt rested on "ooivwh iaeu. ' Come close." ho said, In a low tone, "I feel better, now; I know that Jln goln' to where sho Is, and sonichowvfllii't feel so much pain. Ten tno noyfyKivpy me oo hinil Iter ; there's room ciiMglr?nrt then I cm find tho way whero shMU. iVul, cap," he whispered, ils ho reachcij hlsand un- ucr tno pinow nun urew oui, iwuiiiciures, "put theso on my henrt, for th belong there; poor out nioiner ami iicr-Mpo oniy trt o thatcver know how to reach 1( AVrlto tq mother how It was, and that If I did lorL'ctner. I never win again, unc i I'm gone, whisper to Daisy that I Ih-IIovciI It unit llinb bnillea (brown Into n small htrcall!. Tho nniiies of tho victims nro unknown and there wns no cluo to tho murderers discov ered. Ilv-Clty Treasurer Dnvld A, Ongo, of Chi cago, Is found to bo some threo hundred and fifty thousand dollars short In his ofUVIalue. counts, in addition to over ono hundred and thirty thousand dollars or tho city inonej which was deposited lu suspended banks. It peiiker lit Ihe i nay as a Heore- Cardinals, tentative, iimounting In in lo ',uihii ami in u oi minium i-in:iir..lilini a ha I he Ihe same amount. All ordinance lias iiecn oiuciaiiy proniui- , ""-,,. ,,..,. lortravibnc exnensi-s gated in iiernn, orucring uiai in iiiiuro uu na hereiniieiore proviueu. r. . ... ... .. i... ...i. ...-ii . I 'i 'I l,,il nit lavt'ii nml narts of laws Inein hlsliops, upoi uieir nisi ... uioi , s, u. swear ,u, 'J ,''0 ' ,ons o,' ttct ttri. ur,l,y lo iiialnlaln tho completest tuboi'dlnatlon to !",;0Bic,i. 1 I... .Ii.Ia tin. I nn.niMlfl 1 1 rm hi ullliliiTi. AH nfl MIS fi 1 I II 1 1 I lin ni'ITl'I El TV II I II It' lllilUlH 11 ii u iovnt lolHmio rispllred lo cover Into the Iri-a.my all sums llm! all dlslovul intrigues. ,' ri.n. undrawn or w h c i have been re- The Ylrglnlus prisoners wero delivered to celyed as Inemiseit Mmnensa "on im, er tno pro- .1 !..r tl.A IT H .ln,n tiiiil.ili. Vll i s ill Mini nu .i " -." -,'',- too t uiiiiiiiiu.lv . ... ..in v. .,.,.,. . ...ii. ...... nimii nave, or may txiiuu inio nit iuo,i.i"ii ..j on 1'cc. 18, anil inai vessel immcuiaieiy Milieu ine rciurn inerem. for New York. Tho Ylrglnlm, convoyed by m:c. 1!. Senate. A resolution was pass- tho Osstppco, had also sailed for ew ork. ed callhiK upon the Secretary of llm 1 reasury tor At Ingcrsoll, unt.,nn l)ee.'Jl,ii man named nu inrorinnnon as io ine umuwit i""' Thnothy Topping killed his wlfo and four of cotton sfliid after thjr rhlldren hv cuttlnrr their thronts with a I S!?.i!,.!....i i!,.ir..iii-iniifiit Thu iinsnrlal ones. butcher-kulfc. Ho al.o tried to'iiiurdcr his two Hon was debated at some length. Mr. Mortoii oldest hoys, but they succeeded In disarming h J'" . hhn, and fled for help to a neighbor's. On Lcllanof ihes'ecreiarjiy ilio'lH'usuivlndruiving their return thoy found ho had cut his own n im V,,,''",,.;,;,, MV. i r New VorK nnn .neurs. untuu, '".""';, rhlKc. In regard to tlio Sulary bill, eto . Mr .i..r.i.;i.l f f ihln li-ntii ths Alitiroorliltiilll lllll mlltee, res)tledon Ihe nav.il appropriation bill nt fmirrtiilil.iii dollars, wl li Ihe ricoiiiiuendalioii that lho Heiiaie anienunieiii tiriMUK uui un- ciuun aiilhorlilng Ihe transfer of funds lrom one bureau throat. At tho latest mU Ices ho was Hill sllvo. Tho causo assigned for the butchery Is Insanity caused by financial troubles, Information has been received lrom tiaraua, via-Uey West. Dec. 31. Hint serious compll cations In regard to Cuba havo arisen be- t0 another at Ihe discretion of tho l'lesidetit be tween tho Spanish nnd HrllMi finvcrimicnts. concurrni in. ivgiteu io. . .niuoumeii. . I -.... an r- i. in.. Tfn..,A 1.111 Am tlin Tlin ,lv eim i ,1 lint fc a 0 t 10 lirCcUO liatlirO 111 C, 1U. aaic uiu liousu will li it .1.-.ti.ti. ..i.i-. i. I.. i,..A,n LiiAii'i, nrintinirni lunula uocuinenis. vt'iiu im ihiith-i oi inu uiiiiciiiiios, ,. i it .,.i..,.u . ., ,,.,. nobllodUtrl Is said that tho city will recover tho run mere mat u,o "'"V"" no prohibiting the stereotyping ol amount from his sureties. vnna has received d .patches from '."'' Orun- " ' . Tll iiou.eS.i lary n l...swi.A omn nf (lin 1 VH10 Q llUiruCl till Uiu Minui tuiiimniiiam 111 1,111 rpDOrit'U .HICK Willi till iuiivii-stiss.su. man who with hli wlfo ami child was recent- "V.0" ... s i. .i. ...! i ui ionium Tinrii. jl im bi iiimi iii.il lit uiiisviiu i ii...i- iy round nut riiciru near 1..1110 oc, n7r.. !. ,, ,1,,, 11pi,m. '." " , rerT.l iV (leorgo W. lllchardsoil. ' l.oy star uu im v.s , idle dnmand lho . em.unl.tee to s.nd a "bni..mi.;o ,.t lyo U all, every word Ot It ; that I lOtllUI tho road '' "' ' W,mcilt of lllirricl. ! he ininael ment of-I dgo Iluiell. with power to nt last, nml am. co.nln'. Yes, Cap, I'm her, and tho mu rival fac- K'Jw 1 '11 .1'... 1. - 1. ii..i.. I. . ... . ... . , ,,i. 1... 1 ,i,i- I limit nl llm olnn nf thn inavnrnltv election nt I a rhariraor lnlsaiiiilioatlon of funds and ol I oo.r uoeii 11 u i- v-ecii ei-yii "i iigui py a nail, ami 1110 who aim cniiu ii r ." : . c. 1 S, i rimrliibiiiitfiuitev. Adonted. . . . the sown by tho llttlo iwisy nail tiiKcn root at bmken with repeated blows. Kvldoneo juuamorus, juoxuu, m wee. .1. mo- yu,V.,iMueiiiafV civll-riislils bill was then called bLst. mil nu linn V llll liiruuieill. stiintl ,,, i,ii.i ,i, -iun. Mm oek 1 Him reu snois wcro nrcu, iiy which 11 inuuuii luruniiuitcusteu. uto sitcecnes nung iiinueiiio - . . . ,n,.vv.,u,,.,H...,n ,..v 1(,.Du..v. 1 il.:. .i.iAa A.Umirii.l In.lniuiHiiv S. 1K7I WHS at resi luiuvei mm i'l-'ii'i""-'. , i.Mni, (hn nernntratnr nf tbn crime. wero Klliou aim woumicii. .. u.,.cu.... , Overland for Vtcemoer. a.i, n..... n .Mot A ferrvboat cnnslzcd on tho Thnmos (I.ng- bcnatk amkndment to tiik salaiiv ntLL. . 1 .. . ... .. ; ... " . 11,, ...nn.. n oi l.v wlileli thirteen nersons KcnTinxl He It enacted, eto. . that so mile 1 MmTiii'SH fto now servant girl from tho ",0 mllmcr 01 w,. "l u" ta8' Bl ' ZJ,lrr..v.,e I of act, March 3, ls7ll, as i.rovldesYor thelnereas.; 3ItSTlll.SS (jo now scnailtp I wcro drowned. ot tho compensation it Mimbers of Oonitress and iiiutry) : Now, l.llza, make liasto and ' . .,, ,,,. ,i . a nerlln telegram of Doc. 21, says that tho th0 eTeral onlcers and emi.ioyts of either houso ... ....v ms..,,wu ..,w .v..vv...... . .!,.., ., iii. tinr,t of of Conirretsor both, be and lho same Is hereiiy mor wcro trying to nr- j.ihiiu ,1 iim ,":.",.., repealsd and the salaries and corwinntHllou of all It Is a fact very familiar to newspaper Ions that sometimes it Happens mat there Is 110 news whatever, and also that, nutwltlistandlng this destitution, the va rious news department must lie Kept lull. I'liilei-kiiehi'lrL-tiuistaiice.sit Is that the real talent of 1111 editor dl-pliiys Itself, and a ;ood story Is told ol .Mr. lleiillett, now lead, but once city editor of the Cincinnati Knmilrer. His regu ar plan, when news wns seoree. was to make small children oll'spring ot the brain alone fall from the oii'iinl'l ferrv-bna't into the Ohio lilver. . .. 1 t 1....1 where tuey wouiii eeriiuiiiy nave iicu-uni had thev not been rescued by some gallant Dy-stauiier, w 110 uiways uiuvcu 10 no 11 pci- . . . .1 .... .... ii.'. ..?... , r.i...... siuiui irieiiu ui .111. iii-uucii. iui-in uo-i' I'riends. a .Mr. helium, who had several times llgurcd ns the savior of drowning Innociiiiis. o-ot tired oi the distinction, nud ileinanileil thai 1110 joko siinmit not nn re peated, lie was assureu uiai ins mjiu'si would bo complied with, and comjilled with it was; for he read in thu next day's Kiinuirer (hat, 011 tlio previous nay, 11 ii..,inili'nl llttlo irlrl. child ot a nroni lient clllzcn of Newport, had fallen Into the river: and lhat Mr. helium, who wa tiniidlnif iienr nnd could have rescued her ............f, .-- from a watery grave, reiuseii to render the slightest assistance. -Mituraiiy, Jir, Kelhun betook himself to tho Knqulrer nilleo. wherolin nrrlTcd boiling with rage, and proceeded to make tho most severe threats as to w iiainc wouui no w -hi. ivu noil It' tbU nleacnntrv cnntlniicd. .Mr, 11, .niw.it 1, uui. vol', nulled oil' his coat, and said 1 " See here, helium, you are a good enough fellow In your way, but 1 can't ui iinf nnv Interference with lliv depart ment. If 1' make any statement in the Knmnrer, you mustn't come round here enniradleting it. That Isn't Journalism." Appleton a Journal. miosis In the next twentv-fiuir hours that nil the papers would have to lsue supple ments. Coxti!sutio.v lu tho horse-car : Mrst Young l.adv Kather says that wo girls ntttt Im economical, for tho panic hits struck him. What iloe.s your father say ? Second Young l.adv Oh, he don't say much ; vou know pa is so slow that I tlon t bellow; he'll hear tho panic Is lu town till It has most gone away. A win: wanted her husband to syntpa tht.u with her lu n feminine quarrel, but ho refused, saying, " eve liven long enougu lo learn that one woman Is Just as good as another. II not boiler." "And I, ' retorted the exasperated wife, "havo lived long uough to earn that one man Is just ns bail u another, If not worse!" A STfiun iiri-aeher bold tig forth to Ills congregation upon the subject of obeying Ihe command or uoii says: "jircurcn, whatever (iod tells me to do In ills book (holding ill) the Illble). tint I'm gwllicto do. If 1 see lu It dat I must Jump troo 11 stuu wsdU'lugwlHetoJuuiputlt. doing troo It 'long to find, jumplu' at it 'longs to me." A cof.NTliv postmaster, In making a re quisition on the Department 111 mtsnuig- ton loriuree inou-aim iiosiai u-iiue, uiuiu- ,des for the unusually large number un saying: "oit may 111111K mat tins amount of postal iflrds that I send for urn great (our olllee being small), but I will explain to vou. We want them to adver tise lor a man inai was our town treasurer and iibconded." A Xew Theory of the Cause of Con .sumption. Dr.lt. It. t.regg.of Iliifl'.do. X. V., In a recent lecture at the St. I.ouls Home opathic College, gave tho following as Ids theory of Ihe cause of that destructive dis ease, consumption : The expectoration of the consumptive, he said, Is inn-tly idhiuncH, nud a dlteet loss of so much of tills element from the blood. The blood Is composed of albumen seven parts, water forty part, and blood corpuscles llfly-ono parts, in one hundred parts of blood the balance of the latter being made up of very small proportions of llhiln. fatty matters and extractive mat ters. The iossof the albumen lu tho expec toration at once necessarily deranges that proportion muting the several constituents of the blood which nature establMicd, and, therefore, must regain In the healthy nu trition of the system. If one ounce of al bumen Is lost, It leaves a relative excess lu the blood vessels nl nearly six ounces 01 water, ami seven ounces ol moon corpus cles, which then stand, becau-e in excess, lu tlie relation ol lore Ign matter, to Ue ex pelled from the vessels as best they may. The cM-es, of wider Is thrown oH'froni the system in night sweats, and later It is effused from the vessels Into tlie surround ing tissues, causing dropsy, bloating lu the feet, etc., when the patient Is generally near his end. The blood corpuscles left lu excess are decolorized, then deposited, and heeoimi the so-called, tuberculous corpus cles, which cau-e Uie destruction of tho lungs in consumption. The blood cor-ptt-eles tue verv inlliilte disc-shaped cells lhat are simply lloated through the vessels in and bv the watery part of the blood, lb latter being transparent, or cnlorlo-s, all (ho coloring matter of ihe blood being con lined within the coi'im-cles. These nro created to live lu a fluid, the serum of a certain density, which dcn-lly Is reduced by the los. ol'aibiiinen. Thlslsto them what tho existence, of animal life would lie in an utmo-phcro that ciiiiialned loo much moisture. They ab sorb, under a law of nature, that of eiidos mos, a portion of the exee.-s of water, aro thereby de-tended from the disc to the glo bular 'form, have their coloring matter wii-hcil out of them, become sticky in this change, so as to adhere to tho walls of tho mallrst vessels, mid occomo congosieu herein. When III mass they present tho Identical seinl-tran-parciit appearance ol it tubercle lu lt earliest stage, llieyilien undergo a further change, gradually giv ing up the water that distended them, shriveling, and passing through all the forms, and finally falling lo pieces Identi cally as the so-called tuberculous corpus cles HO IllUier IIKl- Clicilllisuuili's. unm-i the-e changes they act us other foreign natter of llko consistence would, exciting nflnmmiitloii, suppuration and destruction of tho tissues in which deposited. Alietlt- r singular fact in this meory was siaieu, lz.: that albumen Is the. natural food pt the muscular system; therefore Its loss in the expectoration accounts, hi great part, ooilntrvA I ilK-ss yourself, and make your hair tidy, ,. " a l"ltt.10 wtwce'1 1? uviuiv iiini 11 v. ..W...V. ..,....v ,, , - -, - .. . '.,., , nnnntnvv. .,, 1,1, onutns much anxlctv.nmi KX.iTi n .1. Vi.aim ivni.ni r n n 1 1 i nnn rimireii hl uuieniro inn oilier nuriii. unu ui iim -i-v-. ........ - - uiv.i..., iinu..u. uv i.... lj. .--v.. uui. 4i .... v..ww - . - " ' , .M, nro liflntr mn, In to conceal his coildl- force at the tlmo of the nassaneof eald io iicau noil r....i . v... 0 - fixo. 2. That the compensation of I comb, mum? latter was shot through tho 1 The thieves had II rot I lovernl times at tbo otli- of shots, ono Cukam Oakk. Two eggs, ono cup ot cers ,vll0 rel)lle.i ,vilh ,,n..mbcr isugur, ono cup ot cream, two "ips oi urn r, of wh(.h took ofltct m mei uuu icuepuuiiuu t-iinii.-v.-ii.. ... , w.. icaspuuuiiii m HINClKLltANKOlTH. Tho paper having thu largest clicillo-l A call has been lssuod, signed by len. lion Tho paper of tobacco, (lldcoii j, piuow, for a mooting of tlio siirvn- tlon. not . (Iiu severul acU eight thou- COXUHKSSIOXAIi. heads of ileparlments shall be mm uuuura iter unuuill. . 8o. 3. That tho Secretary oftho Treasury ho nquiren io oover lino ine ireasuty uu mo that may remain undrawn, or wliich luve been received as tnrrciurd oonipeiitsllon under the TVon ni',.i(llr Wett Intro- mat may reman undrawn, or wimniuif ot'..t VhO, Vi. Senate. HT. VICtt xteevm aa lnrreiurd oonipeiitsllon under the dncedahlll to provide for tl.o contlrucllon ol t,t0i islons of ihesalilactapprovcdMarchS. le7J, the Koi t St. I'hlllp Oanal anil IU maintenance as na which shall have, or may, come lulu his pos- national highway, (lids bill was rcconi- session by tho return thereof. Wn can form very llttlo Idea lu our tern neratn latitude, of tho amount of rain wldel i'.ilU In viiilnus trnn onl reolnns of tho world, and especially on tho Isthmus of I'.iiiiunn. Accorunig to a rceem uiuciu m tho I'liniunn Star and Iltrald, tho amount of 'nun-fall In 1871 was about im iiicihs; lint In ls.74 It ri-iieheil tho ellol'lllOUS quail' tlty of 170 Indies, or sonietlilng over four teen feet! Thomost inlny month on the i.ii.,,,,,o 1j n,.iiiliot-. nml thn least Is AlU'il. In the inotiutainous portion of Central i .......I..., iinrtiiir iim inniiih ol October. iiiii.itii, ... . , tho day dawns clear over the. sea, but Is cloudy along tho tops of tho distant Cor l a .:. ii. u lii.l Idniv no- Iri'sh lVom tho southwest; but at mid-day tho mountains are covered with clouds, and a pouring rain begins to tie precipitated from them at o n trim it-iiiot-d ilelmrn tbo iilnlns.niul nt!.,iii in iim seaoast in n Hood. The ii,r,n, mn. ler inmcndlv fulls during tho ruin from 81 to 80, or to 70" F. It Is as serted Hull m nuns wero loriucny uiuvu i.i,iivinroviii than now. so much so. Indeed. tii-ii for tlm month of October tho nconlo laid lu provisions and lire-wood for two wicks, it uiu necu iiouccii, uu nana ui the Isthmus, that tho change from tho w to the dry season, and vice versa, Is apt to bo attended by slight earthquake shocks. for the great emaciation In consumptive subjects. Kven the muscles ol the heart ml the imicuiar coats oi mu siiiinncu urn inaclated. while all those tissues drawing their lllltlltlon from the other elements of the blood are nourished In excess, pre-ent more or le-s enlarged growths, iieeausu those elements, Ihe food of such parts, aro left In exce In the vessels, and frequently sed in such increased nourtsiiineni or rowths. whllu In other cases they may bo expelled from the system entire. A luooil corpuscle lias no nucleus, nun u tuberculous corpuscle has no nucleus, while nil other cell-structures in animal life, whether lu natural or in morbid ......'ii.c t. .Kit -I iiueloiis. Al'u Iii. tubercles are never found lu cartilages, and no blood vessel exist 111 Ihe cartilages to carry i iu leeolorled corpuscles Into them to mako tubercles. On the contrary, however, tu bercles are found lu all tissues mat moon vessels enter, and In ircnueney exactly proportionate to the numbers of minute vessels in tlie part. Thn lungs have tho greatest number ol capillaries mo small est blood vessels and aro moro frenuently destroyed by tubercles than any other or gan. All IIIOSCJ lilL'ISj IIIUI Ill.UtJ limn iiv... exiumicii, ami ttppearcu io no mu i'""s" Iiy a series of charts, which Illustrated tho viirlmis conditions nnd nhases of tubercles, and many facts connected therewith. J lie great practical vaiuu ui m iuwi If true, the doctor claimed, was, first, It would do away with all that fear and dread of some unknown agent of destruction, produced bv somo cause, no dhuhuuitd what, nnd show Just what was to bodon" to arrest the disease before II .reached .fatal conditions; and, secondly, It won depn cciitratn tho efforts of tho whole profession upon lho ono point ns to how to properly heal the mucous membrane of tho lungs, stop tho loss of albumen, and thus end at onto tho cause of tho wholo train of dan gerous consequences, 'llio opportunity WHS imoriieil lr liny lUHlluin ui mm objections to tho theory, nil of which wero promptly answered, nud thu wholo dis course was listened to with tho closest at tention by tho assomuicu puysicians. Maw aristocratic gentlemen from Kng- lnnd havo founil In Y ct Mountain Valley, about twenty miles from Canon City, Col orado, n place that to them Is Elysium. Ilcnry Taylor lias n nepnew mere, aim tho Duke of Somerset n son, A son ot Charles Klngsley llvesnt Colorado Springs. Almost any uay uunng tno sporting ecu son you may encounter a lord. In tho roughest mini or a rig, out who u tcr-gtm" ami a brace of "small dogs." ilioy aro so common, mem iun " oncts, tlint our dcmocratlo bosoms scarce ly thrill at tho sight of ono any more. About Canon City Tlicro aro great limiting grounds. At Mihotel at tills sciison you Sm bo served w (li ntitelopc, Ir. elk, inountaln-sliccp, buflillo, hour, or pralrle-'1'.