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The Freedmean's Savlngs amk. The badly managed banking insti tution known as the Preedmen's Sav ings Bank, and wftic had brimch in stitution. ii riois parts of the coun try, all tepotting to the ceatral bank at Waiitipg , edtllpeed as it well known, more tian a year since. It was managep by mei with the best of intentions, be of insufficient OnineWl capactly te omndeet a baeking beei ness. Bad loans were made, and in, adequate eeurities were taken. The failure is due to that management of the eektral beak, but it affected every ' branchb baak, and the hard earnings of the peor depositors were sequest ered to over se errors of bad mans gers. Congreas apponte a committee to wind up the alirs f the 1wpok, but they are makilt tUiatisfactory pro grene, sd it is apparent tlat other measuresof relief mua t taken. It is rumored that a bill will be intro duced, directing the commisesioners to bring suit agahust the trustees, with a view to holding them personally responsible for the full amount ofde posits. Of what avait uch action will prove remains to be seen. It is cer tain the depositors have been rubbed, and they naturally look to some on. for redress. In this connection it should be stat ed that the managers of the branch bank in this city were strictly honest In action and Intention. The branch here was e.tablished in June 1866. under the direction of Mr. C. 8. San vinet; he was in turn relieved by Mr. C. D. Starteat nla June, 1871, and not a dollar of the funds of the bank was ever lost by their investments. The branch here had as many as 2960 open aceounts at one time, and money an deposit to the amount of $290,000; the more is the pity, for the surplus here was always drawn by the central bank, pod the funds of our -people went down with the crash. bes Congress created this system of banking, and in ameasure stood spon sor for its integrity, it seems proper that it should inaugurate some meas- I are of relief, and it is probable this d will be done.-N.. O. Republieatn. Those who have unsuccessfully es sayed the feat of walking out of a street car while in motion and retain ing equilibrium after reaching the ground, will sympathize with the mis fortunes of a young man in Cincinnati, thus described by one of the journals of that city. With that indescribable grace and poetry of motion which only come of gentle birth, aristocratic training and long familiarity with a yard-stick, he placed his eye-glasses astride of his aquiline nose, twirled his cane under his arm, tilted his hatto one side, and grafeitlly and lightly stepped right out of the car. At first he tried to catch the car by running after.it back ward. Then be sought to balance him self on one foot, ad tried to throw his hat over the post-office, while he hopped wildly down the grade. Then he lut both his feet upon a level with the thp of the departing car, bloke his caneand pounded thefirm,hard bould ders with his, head and eye-glasses, and then he tried to slide down the grade on his shoulder-blades, with only partial success, and finally caught hold of the track with his teeth and bands, to keep himself from flying to pieces, The four doctors who dressed the wounds of the young man whose back was full of scrap iron and gravel, and. whose claw-hammer coat was split from tail to collar, and covered with Vine-street main and coal-tar, begged us not to mention his name, apd we won't, ACCIDENT ON THE MORnoA RAIL RoAD.-Last Sunday noon a locomo tive with tender and a lumber car were ow the track a few miles from this city, running at great speed. On the tender and flat car were sixty la borers, who wore bound for the station to obtain dinner. The locomotive and tender were running backward, and the flat car hooked on the cow catcher. By some unknown cause the lumber car was thrown froºm the track, the locomotive and tender following. All the mnes on the tender were thrown violently into a ditch, but were not seriously injured. These on the flat ear bred worse, and most of them werttrtised. , Barney Golden's face was lacerated, and one of his eyes put out; Henry Richard was nearly killed, and Tbeophile, a Frenchman, was badly used up, one of his legs being broken. They were brought here and sent to the Charity IHospital. It is wonderful that no lives were lost. The men are disposed to blame the engineer who was in charge of the lo comotive, saying that he ran alto gether too fast.-N. O. Bepab.ican. DESPONDENT DEPOCRATS.-A spe cial frqm Washington to thePittsburg Oasette says; * lading Democraticpoliticians here, 1j since the election, canvassed the sit- i uations s'a iently to see that their ' eint victories were almost wholly | owlngto the failureýf Republicans to go to e polls, and not in any case attuibetable to concessions to Pemo- [ cratie' principles. They 'admit that n the election returns generally present the-.aspe claracteristics-a great dim inution of the Republican vote, and no StbOerr atic increase to speak of. In Nbw York alone 90,000 voters, $ mnostlf Republicans, absented them selvees from the polls, while the Dem- e* pcmit oel showed little or no in cre ovei. 8si when the Republi- T pa~g~ap the State, As in the Em- " pinrsmi e so with all theothesr, with- ii out ssx eeption, the Democratic volthb i'very little increase over fi thatda 187 ILD OATi. * Perp. e. *sw sel . Ohvppion AmwricOp CoMge PAPBR I Io.UTSrTD by corps of tle best Amer ca artists ad os is the most On, OTs now e!ms* th aixth year fits- sug t coda the established h siow aada atiiosal paper of the eonntry. It was.lrted.and continued the fist year as a monthly, then, tosa the demand of the b, it was showing up thes asein has Sits aate, s and Pangeat editorisal, it even g nreater eess the` before, aMd 'was reeeriasnd the ablest apd brightest of its elass- Mnee then we have yie ldstill further tothe publie demand, and now publish Wi~. OA.n weekly I It has htesrally grown into its rsept shape on its merits, being the st a l weekly humrous paper ever published in this enntrn. Among the artists eus . ly e to furnish illustrations fo WiD , are Frank Bellow. Thomas Worth, bia, Wales, Shelton, Wolf, Jump, Keettels Stuckhardt. Day, Poslm,aassver.lothers who are yet unknown to fame. I ite literary depsements Wae. Osa will, asit always has, stand alone and uan approachable. At leaut one rsat-eulasserial story will always be fobnd inits pages, by the best humorous, Utinal, and chael ter writers in the .imte States; while its sketehes and aquib will be spatkltlng, erig inal, and polntedb Wan OATs will be irst-class in every particular, and on this account may be taken into the best families without fear or suspicion, as no word or illustration will appe"r that can ofesd the moest fastidious. W Bend for a eapio Oopy and £bseineo Subseription Price : One Year ........................ $ 01 Six Months,..................... 2 00 Three Months, ................... le00 Single Copies, .................... 10 One person sending us a club of five sub seribers for one year will reeeive a eopy gratisa Adddese COLLIN e SMALL, Publishers, 113 Palton Street, N. Y. THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, "The Leading American Newspaper." FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY. Indtle recent elections the people have declared in favor of honesty in itios and independence in journalism. T aebun which years ago declar th it was no and never more would be a party organ, the verdiet, as the popular vindication eto course, and recognises in the result the voice of the people for reform and integrity inagovernment, for eandorandindapeudenem among newspapers. During the campaign which has just closed the 2buse has fully maintained Its right to the title of the "Leading American. Newspaper." This position it has earned and retained for the following, among other reusns: It publishes si the news, 'earlier, more fully, and more intelligently than any other ¶I sists on peace throughout the whole country, the right of local self-government, and the protection of all classes in the ex ereise of their just and legal rights. It advocates confidence ana good feeling between North and South, and labors for an honest and abiding reconciliation. It maintains fairness' and oandor toward all public men and questions, and dignity and courtesy toward associates and rivals. It publishes sientifo news, reports, dis cussions and discoveries to a degree o full ness and accuracy never before attained by any pao, . It gives every week ten or more eolumns of the most carefully prepared agricultural matter during the year, much more in the aggregate than the entire contents of any o r agricultural publication, .and the whole forming a dspartment ot which an eminent agric.itural editor said: " It lSh done more to make good farmers than any other influence whchb ever existed." It has published a series of apientifle and literary extras which have met a wider sale and more emphatei popular approval than any similar publication ofthe ki'd,. Ie What the Meothern Press ay of th the Trbume. ht We consider the Tribune a valuable id pa er.-Asheville (N. C.) Citizen. t The New York Tribune, in its faithful to and searching exposure of outrage slanders d on Alabama and other States, has done im ge mense service to truth and justle.-Maeeon 31 (G.a.) Telegraph and Mesen. r. We thank the New York Tribune for its 1 3 manly and powerful words in, demanding id ustioe for the people of Alabama.-Mont r, gomery (Ala.) News. The bes, newspaper in the world is the , New York Tribune. It combines the dldity and agacity of the London Timnes with the representative news enterprise of America Baltimore Bulletin. L- A paper to be admired for its independ once of tone and its reliability of news. Episeopal Methodist, Baltimore, Md. Any one who wants a first-olass paper m which keeps fully up with the times in In literature, science and art, should subscribe for thq Tibe.-Spartaneburg (8. C.) Car oline Spaetan. in The imperial sheet of the world, the New e York Tribune.--Jacksonville (Fla.) South. ".We r it as the best paper, all in all, publish inthe United States-Morristown e (Tenn.) Gazette. C, To-day the New York Tribune is undoubt g. edly the first of American newspapets; , whatever may be said of its rivals, it has clearly won precedence of all, ad very Sreditably does it represent the Journalismn t of the coutr. While deling wth all the n topies comin* within the range of a news Spaper, the Tribune makes a specialty of the rt great subject of agriculture, It becomes therefore a matter Of vital importance to , the country that thte diretion of the ideas Sof this vast section should be in able and conscientious hands, and a matter for con gratulation that the farmer's newsppser par excellenoe has the high ttanding o the Tri is bone.--The South, I. C* The New York Tribune is doing a great e work in ppnlaring science, by the publi . cation of cheap extras to that great daily. Our Monthly, Clinton, 8. C. American newspaper enterprise is proba bly at this tht more fully illustrated iu the daily issues of the New York Tribune than in any other journal.-Wilmington (N. C.) Star. g Unequaled in uonlture, dignity, comprehen sive breadth, polish of expression and intel Slectuaity; fettered by no party ties, bolted - indececies of speech, and hysteri with no r wil4 sensaitkas.--slidlgh (N C.) Agrioultu ral Journal. Surely the paper has maintained mauesu fully the high popularity which he be queathed it, and the name of an ably con ducted and independent journal, which it now deserves even more justly than at any time during M. Greele'lfe-Peterbnrg (Pa.) Index and Appeal Terms of the Triabue. Daily, by mail, $10 per year; Semi-weekly, $3 per year; fve copies, $2 50 each. Weekly, $2 per year; ten copies, $1 25 each; twenty qopies, $1 10 each. WP Postage in all cases is paid by the Tribune, and paper addressed to edch sub scriber, free of charge. Agents wanted in every town, to whom liberal cash preamima will be paid. Specimen copies, oireulars and posters free. Address TSE TUJil.LE, New 1orwk. 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Ehilation aspae is bqiag s-aaio _eed t mt *e ireie. coariy , a.do every manirestaon ap 't1e sue Iniee i otse hii for ha bq a. cat.l0 dhpla y. aite is mey eat this eat e tn PQ odt- o ilia Aideh .: seark to asepmeaearted, ld tional ada will be nsdeadhor t wleO h setcqhcheter fell thrown arqund this patriotic wrk the national prestige. end promptI. promoted It hby appropriate nlaws, It aid not trnish th an; net jcbtwip that,o lspird b the seem orieste psrad the blameage of th. present, you w chesslr teermIot, and to the end that it may be convenient for you to dise. we have adeda M p la g rs g revene whiheb il be bro ht feat you a bureau crfeted f1b t-hat twpsbe, and -_ de the a r dr n the pilli ger, a mmber of this Board, and who l comaended to e re sprctfl conalderation in t ouhe . rmo ar use of this plan sany persen an subseribe -fr one or motre share of the Oentennial stoek at $10 each, byremittn paPyment for the mame iin at-eo drafts check to Frederick PraleB, Treasurer, .904 Walnut street, Philadelphia, fot whIch cartficates will be promptly returned. JOHN WELSH, President Centennial Board of aFnance. A Bephe natiwead hrampion of American Art Ta sete Prospectos for 1875--Eigbth Year. THE AIhBINE, The Art Jeirmeal of Amlerica, ISSUED MOKNTLr. "A Maganicent Conoeoption, wonderfully carriedou.t." The neceaeety of a popular medium for the representation of the produotionrof our great artists, has always been rseognised, and many attempts have been made to mamet the want. The succresive feiluses which so invariably followed each attempt in this country to establish an anrtjournal, did not prove the ildiuerenceofthepepleof Amere ca to the claims of high ar. osooin eas a propher appreciation of the wat and.oaa ability Wt met it were shown, the pubhie at once rallied with enthusiasm to itsr supprt, and the reenit was a great artistic and com mnercial triumph-the AlDLNA The ALDINE, while sleased with all the regularity, ha noe of the temorary or iis'*sr inteeted ehharaterletic cordinay pure, light, and graceful literature; alid a collection of Pictures, the rareet specimen. of artistio skill, in black end white Althoagk each eucceeding umber srdrs a feash pleasure to ite friends. the real value and beauty of the ALdDINE will he moset appre-. elated after it is bound up at th cleseot the year. While other publications may claim superior cheapnees, as compared with rivals o0 a similar class, the ALDINEi e a unique and original conception-alone and unap proached--abeulutely without competition Sprice or character. The possessor of a complete volume can not deplicate the quantity of tine paper and engravings in i any other shape or number of volunea for tea ias ta it coat; ad then, there ist e cAro io, besides I it The national feature of the ALDINE sr must be taken in no narrow sense. True art Sis ooesnopolitsa. While the ALDLN I i a a strictly American institution, it does not conitne itself entirely to the reproduction of L1 native art. Its miseion is to cultivate a broad and appreiativeo art taste, one that will decriminateonlyan oundseintrinpie - merit. TIus. while plachn before the pat rons of the 4ZDIf(D ,sae leading chaase teristin, theproduction of the ast anoted t, American artists, astention will always be given to specimens from foreign iasters, giving uenbecribers all t pe u sad ia straction obtainable from ho r.foreign sources. SThe artistic illustratie of AmIerian soenary, original with the -AIDINZ , is an n impertant feature. audit. maenlpdost lates Sare of a size more ppropr. toa the _- f tory teeatseat dofdt he ns --do+ aforded by anyninflerpags. lbe jadlelsem i interspes of lndacape, .marile~ e. cd aeaim e. Rutann aeted I, nr*e;sa a ble where the auagmef the Sonly casuch tee interfere with the pop.i. itetest of dthi lhPreme a 'e Iis. e subserlber for 1875 will reeeiv a beautiful portrait, in oil colors, of the ime noble dog wheo picture in se m iue attraetese. macn satentiesm S"Mimam' WaUmelfish rliend Swill be weloome lIn a home. verybody loves suchld, dthe prtal Is execu ted o true to the if, tht i em the e tiable preseneof the sama itself. The Rev. T. De Wilt T age tells that his own Newfoundland og (the aest in Brooklyn) a basatit! Although so natural, no one who see this praimum chrome will have the slightest fear of being bittena. 1 rimber to the ALDllN3 r 185 In ecassita le Ma member, and eatitled to all the piy Ileges of Tbe AlUsme Ast W "a. Te I ion t ownes the origial of all the S~DI niet, , with other y t. ng d ngravings, re to be dltriSuted a oe the i every series of S diees places, valued at over $2 as aena s the 1 series ll, a he wards of each series mae, are to be publlbedtat hb snet sne - .eeeding is o fhebribz, pyfm:. eo ri su ear is daemoe. Pulle rtioL n circular eat o nappHcation aongela stamp. One Subscription, entitling to the Aldiae.one year, the Chromo and the " Art Union," **&o p]er mmam, am ,4vmme.. (No charge eorposemge.) esuiunss Ceplr efIA. ILDIWI 50 Cete. The ALDIND will, hereafter, be obtain able only by subsoriptlo. 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