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Trai.'iit arirrrtiiomint mnt inritly k j?IJ rur in alvao. All other t ba Miel rr qnArtcrlr. A din-iiant of flvaper Cf ut will 1 lud fioui our Uta) riM fur cuo'j. T A icrOruienJ t Unin lnrt'ioii mint ba aaaiv't in by ucuncnlajr morn in f at 10 o qiooh. KulfiJi a Jirlialar t!ui H '-if!r(l when baaded id, alTrrlieuin'r will ba iul!2licJ until nrtiiraj out, an 1 cbarged -cr'tinxl.,r. "Our Autumns. . Wr, too, hat Antumn h.-n ur Irarm . lroj l.ioiol tbrouU tUa itin titvl ir, Whn all our cam buand in 1jo, Au I w taul reaped an t bnri. Oi)rt"itni bin Sii1 ratur. With-t unr will lliey ini aitd At nonii unr nH'lt-a umrnurs bum, y.;t uuoKt all U niw. ' , ' . , Bat aeli f Wia;; h-t aummer hfrr, " , C.I'fM tn im otir inrTfuPul rrh g. A I rn.itUim radiär rrjf Ti", Our i.ixiu blrJi txke iitg. A t" lUd aM-r ft-w I.'.J', v An I tu j lU r'nilKi r hf rt flr-, i'U l. ilt-wj.iJ .rirtvii in ul Jrliif -lUi. Wr liUt our lalltu Crr. ' lly l'ir lnrtipi r htljtht'a trUif W4ni ' Wc 'wr and lrl,i our w;i-ti"t i; r. T If'j jri.Ml't' rbroit t . taiu hy iilrt, ' In tliö tu.ij Af.-tU nli;ht. 4 ' lt wntiiit W ui-e Wri jiaH Whi n f i.riu j lö womanly 4iminr tniirinx, Her il,'w.'t,ii in wh rI:is blji j;' iUnm , And la IU 'iuuiu l rat i. Wa IrtMto I fiten, tiirc l, '! !(;,! T!ul ajrt!i p i! 1 t,.j rvm ijn f ,, ri; .!l. !y b rrr UM i r.l ? W'Iiy itW aji UilU fr errvw ? O, 'i'i l U w J.itaar '1 Ji.t , 1 , IO jtil.-a ..i-f, i p ml itftj-ut in;; K !! i.-itp- 14 a ü -..). ilin I ibingj Tlu ri tt.ry' i ln'lii-vla. Select XiltocUruri. C00D-2YE MÄU3V.H. . lt nny b funny, but I've i!otie it I've "got n fib and a I -a by. ' Shadow dep irtv l oysters atew, brand v iuk tail, eignr bo.tvs, !.nt jm ks, nbedMd- iig Int ! btitto., w bit and deniijultti-; rdiadow present -hoop fL! rlf , ;l aml f boxes, ribbons, u!lrs, long ftotkin;;s 'juvenile drees, tin trumpets, iitle willow chair, cradles, bios, p;tp, t:i?nr t.-ats. puragorlc, hyvc M rnp, castor oil. tio ll'rey's cordial, sootliiug syrup, rhn barb, enna, salts, s'ptilis and loctor's bills. .M'i t.J nvs f.iture or ru nine ifiun I b.tltles moiv by ve syrup t-tc, etc 1 11 Just tell vou how I gi.r caught. 1 was id wit tbe durM-bst. mot (eu iut llfdb.islitill follow yoi ever did sj.; 'tW.l kinder In my Jim to bj taken with the -linkes cv-ry time I srw u pretty gn! npj ronching me, viol I'd iro.s the'stice any time iather lhan fi.ve cue; 't wasn't because 1 didn't bko thr? critters, f.,r j I Was behind thö t Mice locking through H knot-hole. I couldn't Mk at one long enough. Well, my airier I. lb gave a party one night, "and I Mavcd away irom borne because I was too bmhfnl to 1icu the music. I hung around the boiiso whistling Ohl l).m 'fucker." dancing to keep my feel warm, watt h fug the heads bobbing up ami down in? bind the window curtains, mid wishing tho thundering party would break up so I could get to my room. I smoked up u bunch of cigars, and it was get ting late and mighty uncomfortably. I concluded to shin up the doorpost. X socucr said Uiau d me, un md 1 nvoii pal ; )nyzzt SUUCin bed. .. .a a . a ft It .Now, says 1, 'Jet bef lip : im nee tillyour wlndgives ond' And cuddling und r nuilts, .Mori bens giatib.'d me. I was dreaming ot s Ii s ell crabs; nnd titcwed trip;?, and was having a good time, when tonic body knocked at the door and wuko ni'j up. 'Kap,' again. laid low. 'Uap, rap. ran!' Then I Ricard a whispering, an I I knew there was :t whole raft of girls nutidde. "Ibtp, rap," Then Lib uings out : '.fad;, nie ;oti there T Yes,' nays J. Then came a loarof laughter. 'fot us in,' aays bo. 'I won't.' ay 1 'can't you Uta fel low alono?' Are you a-bed?' s.iyt tho. "I am says I. . '("Jet up 1' says she. I won t, fays I. Then c.imo another J.tn'itftr. Uy thunder ! I b.--in to get riled. (et out, you petticoated scarecrows.' I cried; 'can't you get a beau without hauling n fellow out ofbal? I won'i. g homo with any of yo l won't s you may clear out !' ' And, throwing a boot ut tho door, I felt better. But presently, oh 1 mortal buttons I 1 I icard A still mnall voice, very much like sister Lib's, an I it siid: .Jack, you'll have to get up, for ull tho girl s things are in there I On! Lord, what u picklo I Think ol mo In bod, all covered will shawls, mulTj, bonnets, and cloiks, and twenty "'rh outside tb door waiting to p:t in' toppc pancakedon tlio iot. Asit I rolled out amomrthe boDnet w.iro and ribbons uhurrjv Sm:ih t wentthe inillirierr in incvo.y direction. I, bad to dress jn tho dark for there Was a crack in the door, nnd tho girls vill pcej) and the way 1 tutnulea about, was death on straw-hats, lho critical moment earn. I opened tho door, and found myel; Hiebt amun'' the women. . Oh, ray Leghorn!' cries one. My dear, darling winter" velvet I' trie an. other, nnd they pitched in they pulled mo th! way and that, boxud my cars; und or.o bright-eyed iittlo piece bul her name was put her arms uround my neck, and kilned mo rmht on my . .... . 'lips. Ilun.nn nature could'nt stand that, and -1 ravo her good as slie sent. It was the tirst time I ever ot a taste, and It was powerful good. 1 be lieve I could have kiHsed that gal from Julius Cucwr tothcrourtu of July. Juck, naid ho, vo aro sorry to dis turh vou, but won't vo'a co me home?' Vcm aid I, 'I will I did do it, and had another smack atthegattf, too. After that wo took n kinder turtlo-doving after each other. both of us ng'Hntf iiko i barrel of new cider, when wo were away Irom each other: 'Twas at the closo of u glorious uiiimcr day the um was t-tting be hind a distant lien-roost- the bnll I'roijs were coiumencm.t? their evening Hongs th polly-wogi and catawoilcrs, in their native mud-puddle, v'cre prepar ing thcmtclvcs lor tho bbades of night aud .Sul anil imolf at uron un anti- jiiatcl bacU-l)g, listening to tlio music (.1 nature, neu a irev-iou'H, roosters and grunting pi.", and now and then the mellow music of a" distant jacku v as wuf'utd to our ears bv tho gentle zephyrs that sighed among tho- mullen tnlks, und cuino heavy bulciioil with the delielous odr of heu-roosU and pig tvert. Tho Iat iiugcnng riys of (he vetting Hun, glanced from t'.ia htit lons d" u tfoliiary bor.emaii hiii through a knot-hole in the pig-pen full in Sal face, dyeing hcrhirai trang peel hue, and showing 1V my lhrNtf bwre cni t a bad iu' vantage mo of nv v. run was around b.il'u want, iny hand Veiling on tho mnull of hoi back ...he was Mvin'g will unburn lock ol jvt black hair mij wa almost gone, and I wa ditto. .Sim look i-d Iiko a grus hopper dying with lh- hiccups, and 1 IV! t l;c u mud turtle chuk.-d w',U cod Mi ball. . ; Sal.' say I, In a voieo a . muical the notes oi u dying wan, v ill Vok have me T Shu tnrr.cil lu-r eyes In'uveiiward.' ihispod me by '.h hand, had an nttack of the heaves ;vti J Mill I la r-", and with ti m:;!i that drw her jhc-sti'in to her' pälate, sai 'Vom f x She gave clear out, then, and squat ted in my laj) !io roi kci v'il, and I bug ;c I der till I broke my Misp.nd eK, and her brcnUl sntw'It of oai.)iis s!y cat two weeks bofu'e. Well to make- a iou;f s?ory t.hrt, nlir ful hoe day, and we practiced f r four week every niirht bow we would walk into tho room tnbu married, tilt we got o Wi- could walk as gi'wevful aa couple of Mumjovv dmks. '1 ho ni-'lil, the company, und the minister came, the ignal Ava given, an I arm In arm we luuivlicd through t!ie crovled ball. We were just cnScring the parlor door, hcn down I went ker.-lap on the oil t loth, pulling Sal alter me. Some cu. sod ktjticks ha I dropped u banancr "kiu on tlie (! r. and it ll oored me. It Nplit a.i awful lio!o in my eas.Mmcre right under my dresHyoat tail, ll was too late to back out, no clapping my hand over it, we marched in and were plited, and tu kin if a seat I watched the kiting the biid operation. My groomsman was tight, and be kicd Iter till I jumped up to take a hlice when,' oh, horror ! a lillle fix year old imphail crawled bch.nd me, and palling my hirt tlrrougli the hole in my pants, had pinned it to the chair, and in jump ing up 1 di-played to the admiring gae of tin astonished multitude u tri ll o morn white mulin than was pleas ant. The women giggled, tho lnen roared, and I got mud, but was liuallv put to bed; there, all my troubles in b'. (iood night. (JoNF, CP lM Til Tilt: J I OOP --The West Point (!a.) Citizen Mis tho fallowing of a married man at the commencement exercises of it certain ( ollere in (cor gia this suimr.cr: He starte I up the stairway at a swift pee, not noticing any further until he came nearly to the top of the hteps, when be s ys a Mrango hens.Uion can.c over I. im, and suddenly ho found him self enveloped til dui'Uuen, u though the lights bad been c.tirgui-heil. lie was astonished ' and b.i.vildere I. lint the mystery was soon explained, and it ttppcarcd that a lady, wearing a very large hoop, had inet him at the top ol the stairs, and was just in the act ol dent cnlinr. wneii our liieno, oeinir a small man, bail, without noticing, actu ally golie up under the hoop ! A (iooi Wollt loll CiUNnMNr. The I'luladelphia llitllct in points, out the following ndvantages resulting from the iiho of crinoline: "It frees woman flom a needless weight o ekirts, it ttreiigth tis t!o sVfttem by CNposure to cold and ai-U maiuifactures, bliiuulates thy whale lUhery, improves tigures, lisplaysanklcs U it delirious extent in gating up stairs and gives editors subjects lor arti' les. All Ihings conti lend, we m bo great reason to grieve over the institution, ll is riot every fashion which develops so much or Mich at ied industry as crino line." 1ST Tho lat excuse for crinoline Is. that the 'weaker vessels' need much hooping. If I had stopped to think I should btivo BR0ÖKVILLE, Treu .Trade Esemplified. The September number of Hunt's Merchauts Magazine contains somo vo ry Interesting statisticsdn regard to the commerce, of great Britain. It seems that England imports annually, to feed her population, grain and produce to the amount of over 8120,000,000. Of this food a largo proportion is exported in the sjape of cloth, the export of which in 1837 reached near to2.000,000, 000 vards, valued at abdut$140,O00,000 Tho principal' markets to which these goods wero sent uro us lollows To Turkey, Syria an Pulcst'ino, Kg v pt, United States,, , Foreign West Indies, - Brazil, ; Buenos Ayrcs, . Chili, . Porn, 123,000,000 33.0d0.000 M.000,000 177,000,000 72,000.000 180,000 jiiOfl '32.000,000 83,000,(n0 :h,ooo,ooo - China and Hong Kong 121,000 000 Java, , - 30.000,000 (Jibraltrr, ' ' 10,000.000 British Xorth America, 33,000.000 ' British West Indies. - 4l.000.0oi) British Kast Indies, Australia, 1 . . Hanse Towns, Holland. Portugal, Azores, Ac, 4cr),ooo.oöo 80,000,000 50,000,000 30.000.000 47,000,000 First on the list stands the Fast In dies, then JJiWil, then tho United States I hen Turkey, and then China. Tim United States meems to bo in rather odd Company two of these nations being Pagan, and halt civiiir.od, one Mabomo- dan, nnd fast sinking into decay, anil the other not much inlvnncO'l beynd either of the others. Fmgland has per suaded them, however, as well as our selves, of thi admirable working free trade; and so we find ourselves high on tho list. Wn ms' hope to rival Brazil ut Can hnrdlv expect to come up to the Ivtst Indies, which aro entirely under Knglish control. If wo add to this one iiindrcd nn.l forty nullioms of tlollars. ho valuo of cotton yarns exported, w'lit h are not included. and also the amount of colton cloth consumed in Ireat Britain, we shall find tho sum sufficient 1o pay the one hundred and twenty millions of dollars imported for f iod, and a verv largo part of the raw cotton imported; or, in other words, the murtr.icturirs of cotton uloiio, after paying for raw col ton. pays also for nearly tin? whole nf the sjruin and pro duce imported for tho beiielit of ihn and all other brunch of .inanafeture. This shows how manufacturing na tions grow rich at the expense of the producing on." Here we see how Knglnn 1. aftercoo. ing nut of the Crimean war, which would ahme have exhausted tho resour ce, ot batf the civilized world, was even stronger linn when she went i u t it. and immediately cngug'd in nno.hoi' war with about half tho human rac.v calling for nearly a hundred thousand men, to be Mippodod thousand oi miles Irom ionne. No nation was vor ill nofs'-ssion of such cnonnouH wetilth I a IU I'f'i I ll I s I til '.ll 111 t i 1 ! t t I 4 i al fill these, .vhich England carries on with j nut reeling the burd-m, while we are borrowing money in. time ot profound peace t defray tin? current expanses ol our government. -Suchislhediir-rei.ee between ...ahm which- nend off their irod.t.e ion forvigu and far di.ta.U market, m.1 tho,, that buy that pro- .'.ice to feed their opera ti vo, a rid jav for it in manufactured goods. England has b-en giving the Asiatics lessons in free trade. .' bn finds the pro ccs rather mora sovcre, to lo stnv, than vviih found i.ecessnry with the United Slates, Uracil, nnd Turkey. In the cu" of the last thivo respc table co.nmunitles she was obliged to pro coed vi et tti'inii, but found i I n it dita cell to cll'ect her purposH by diploma cy ami largo subscription ot money to cieeiihde free trade tl..-unents and ope rate will, lis was tlo; I'ase cspeciall' in tho United States jiist befor? the Jas sageof the tarilf of IS 10. Hindoos and I 'I, ! um hi .hi e...i-i!.'rt ii il i ttV i'ioi t tort nf 'ie gument.cr what may bo called ' argu I mentum .d I'-ominum." (iradually ! s!w stretches out hor wiry arms ms to as-' sis't the thunder of her licet and army, and the pctuaivo voice of her moral suasion, in annexing the wholy world to the great inanufacluriiig centre. In loreight and pracib.-ul wisdom England i- yet a generation in advance of all other nation; und hence her im mcnee wealth and power, befire which Prance ami all Iviropo tan I in awe. With all ur invention, ir :ii us, m.'ii- tal and bodily activity, v o need to take wy have calculated the builders' tun some lessons of that wonderful people, nngo of the Ark and tho le viathan, as from who.-te ancestor- vc also dccemled What w need is to theor'ui less and consult experience more, and, in cur universal bcticvoleii'-e, to lemrmber that ( harity, first b gins at homo and look fnvt after our own interests, and then littet those? of our neighbors. If n reduction of our tari'V was necessary in order to induce England to take our cot ton, tliat would furnish xoiivj excuse for us, though a very poor one, beei'.u-o if she was ii . t obliged to take It, as i the fact. Mill oar true policy would bo to work it up ourselves, un 1 export il. tiot in its cm lo state, but in the compact form of manufactured goo Is. Allna ti cm that exp )tt pro luce to a foreign and distant market must remain poor. It would be far better for us If ye were importers of grain, like Prance and Ibigl.ind, and exporter of it in the re sults of iioc'iiini al lab n than to heinl our produ"a lise thou-aud miles, to be returned in the thapo of foreign me chanical lab n. T j 'D'iim iho razor fake hold well? " impiired a darkey, who wra shaving a gentleman from the country. 'Yes,' re plied tho customer, uith tears in bis eyes; 'it takes bold fnt rate, but the darned thim' won't let v.nh u ri.l ' INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1858; A Sabine Ilarriajo. In tho parish of Calcassieu, near New Orleans, a few days n go, a, desperado named De Bleu waddled under rath-.ng, in aid of J.ov, Iltph lloyt' Chapel er extraordinary circumstances Itap.0f tho Good Shepherd, was nunWouslr pears that from early manhood Lo Bleu Ulten-ded, in spite of tho rainy weather had been In tho habit of petting tho laws at defiance whenever they con- nicion wuii ms own pasionsor ucsircs and ouea did so out of puro wanton ness, or to gratify tlwo devjisb sj)irit which must have been mtrong within him. Some time ago be murdered two lawyers in tho streets of Lake Charles; and on ono. occasion bo compelled ose of bis negroes to scat himself by tho Mde of tho district Judge while the Court was in session; in fact his doods of violence, and bis utter recklessness and tawlasnncss, bad made him a ten or to tho whole parish, and be, no dyubt, had come lo think that the laws were powerless against him, and that bo could commit any crime with impunity' As ihe story goes Lo Bleu took n fancy to tho wife of it, man named Fox, living in tho parish, and proceeded in the most direct and summary manner to gratify his passion by getting up a ort of Sabine wedding. Jlo 'visited bor house in the husband's absence, pro duced ft pistol, and informed madam that his horse would carry double, and thathlio must forthwith get tip behind him. Whether she complied willingly or not is it question, but she certainly was win him, und thy lived together up lo tho time of bis death. During Ihe recent term of tho district court in Lake Charles, : tragedy" of some des cription was" confidently expected L? lJ.ou Uad threatened the judge and several other JkM'smiis, und in const? qnencn they and their friends prepared themselves for it desperate encounter; the court-room and the bold, it is said, presented something of tho appearance of ba lly arranged arsenals, Ouo morning, bright an 1 ,eurly, Le Bicu rod o his muleinlo town, dismount cd and proceeded to the hotel, with r long dragoon pistol in each bund, and a belt about' his waist containing a re volver and u knife, lie was evidently bent on mischief, but hi enemies were on the watch, and , before ho could set foot on ihe porch be was saluted by a charge ot buckshot from n gun in the hands of Mr. Fo.v, whose wife bo bad stolen. Three or four more shot tired by Mher pel sons, nod Le Blue fell dead, with more than iifty buckshot in dilfer eiit parts of his body. 1'oX and two others Wwiv arrested as iho pervms who tlid tho shooting. - First Couxt ia Ohio The first Citil Court ever held in the 'otlh west wns that of thv Court olLvill ll0l.c , , .v which tiicV - wil Common l leas. ol aslnngtwn county, I ,,jv,v " at Marietta. Sept, I'd. 17o.. by JJufus j ,y voice -Xot one in a thousand:' Ib.ii.a.. and Benj iuun I upper, l"v-i-1 Uclu:W, d Appbitisivl v dingjustavr). lois court was opened I1- t is reset v'd f..r men to real tho? with pompw A pro csioii was forme I. - the. SlierilV. wii!i a drawn word," in a I- vanre, followed by ihe cilixeii", dlicors id' tho garrison ut 't. JLirmer. ihe members of the bar, the judges of the Supremo Court the (ioycr...,. mi1 ! a ' m u wu." ' 10 J (1',,",,,,:,n 1 W Ul .ov'Wt cs oi Cu ii I, in wl "ev a. arriving i u,e .. ... C ampus Marius, too who;o o tho I"'' ;n was CnuWv marclicd into t, u l,.y judges, lulnam and I upper lt,"'r thy bi.u!:; the ;'dioieiieC was s-ali-!, find after a d.v.nc ledictimi, was ..,v. ked by the Lev. I,)r- (-,,t'r' 11,0 ,'':1, L-KMic.or Sprout, advance 1 t' the. iloo." and pro chinned aloud ) yes, O yes ! a court opened for the a bniuisleat ion of even hand d justice to iht-poor und tho rich. lo guilty it n I innocent, with oat respect of persons; no e to be punished with out a trial by their peers, and in pur suance of (he laws and evidence in the case.' Besides the crowds of emigrants and s.Mt ler.s, t hero were present ul the ceremonies, bund reds of Indians, who held their encampment in the vicinity for tho purposi) of entering into a trca- 1 1 v will Ilm Federal ( J o eriuuent. Il ",ut l'J .li.ittt c-1 that Sherllf Sprout " n're ...toll.gotd and Im pof ,g n. h,.v,, nI opening Hie l.rst conn, man one ol' Ins fuieeessor.- in III., who when ordered by the Court, 1 1. us, 'Mr. Sherill' open court,' proclaimed, M) yes, () yen! Court it m o; en,' and when afterwards directed ton Ijouru, iho courl cried oul to the bystaudors, ) yes, i) ye, court am .shut.' IloaVj Ar'c and tho LsvIaVaan. For the information of our re id erf that Is tho oulv way m which their rel ative sizes can be ascertained. To O' . il.. i o iioo the length lor tonnage vo havy taken thref -filths of. tlio c r',. ,o; bi'ea lih from the length b.-tW'-eii lo p ?ri?.,o liealars (mean length. 1 the exact l;fea It Ii not b.'ing dlseoverauh'. i no contra -toiM oi the Jicviathaii appear to bavo madj a further deduction perhaps two nod a half inches per foot in the lu'gbt d the connler; but as this deduction is not commonly made in the men hunt ser vice, wy bavo not troubl-'d ourselves about the height of the wing Itansom in the antediluvian monster, and have made but ono deduction in both cases. It will be seen that we are right in ta king L'l.NsS inches us the length cf ti en -it. our Leviathan is the largest ddp of which the world has any n-eord. Ahk. Lr.vi.ntiAN. a t t ft .a Fett. Feci. M7.2 o)0 131M--J CJ.)2 Hi. 2 !:Mi e " M.75 53.0. 21.7 ii 2:i0l2 L'-'nuth betwt fit the perpendiculars " for tunnuge Breadth extreme " for lusn.'.e Total hci-ht Builders' tunn ag9 E.V'-A Duicliinau thinks 'honesty ish tie best policy but keeps a man tan. poor.' Lola Hoatez's Lectnre--Hcr (JiiSii of - the Clergy. ' - The lecture of Lola Montez last'pvtn- and tho reported interdict of. a' portion of the clerg3. IIopo Chapel-was filled with a respectable audiences-third of whom may hare been ladies. Xot a few of the ministers of thetKpiscopal Church wero present, including T.ev. Drs. Iligbeo and Taylor, while Jndgo Edmonds, Hiram Bamoy, K. A. Dnyc kinck, .and other eminent representa tives of law and literature, appeared for the laity. Lola was evidently gratified with her bearers, and she repeated her lecturo on thu Church of Homo with more than usual animation. Hhe was simply attired in black silk, a color p- pntpriutu io tue aaerod desk, her dress titling' close to her neck, uround which was u umall lace collar, united below the throat with a largo camoo pin. Her black hair was cut short or rolled up behind, and pushed back from her fuco a la r.ui:nie a stvlc showing to L'ood advantage the Contour of br forehead. Her hoop wa considerably within tho approved dimensions, with quite a pro- luoerance ot bustle in the rear. The lecture was a'well writteu though trite statement cf tho modern Protestant pbilosoph as to thy faults und the caus es of the prevalence of tbo Roman Cath olic Faith, which she said was. 'not all a be, but was founded in somo universal wid precious nullit; otherwise it could not. hold for ho brng a tlm such multi tudes in subjection, At the close cf her discourse, tho lec turer, paused it few moments, and with a mischivous ll.ts!1 of her big grey cyrs, paid her respects to the clergy. ' Ladies and gentlemen. Ihe adver tisements ! avo inform 1 you that the proceeds 1t this lecturo are to be given to the Rev. Ralph Hoyt, to aid bint in rebuilding his freu church for the joer. Tlio liapcrn have also apprized vou that some of the cb-rgy ! vo cast, v'l.-ction ujron the worthy Rector of his willing ness to receive the sum which your pa tronage of thia lecture yields, which is certainly n piece of bigotry, intolerance. -a a' 1 cruwlty to the or. ami , mod Jlesome fm'n'i tiiieiiee, which I have iievor before witnessed, even ia tho most illiberal catholic countries of ihe Old World. Who aro these great men that would baryoii and mo from doing a good act. and would rather lock tho door of com fort und instruction on the poor than that t ! -ahouM bo bl.-M by n b'und whic h will not bo m.'tvcd by their dicta tion? Applaue How' many church es win ito uuii:. and bow many poor ill iiue blind bigots a le"s ut, and leil them they are not lhrisliuni bal Pharisees. Ap plause They belong to I !o name das of hypocrite. who con loomed thu Sa viour bcauso he ate and Iran! with publicans an I sinners, applaus, hu I they appear to bo just as full id' tlx headstrong devil of intolerance u in old limes, They are certainly very impu dent and very bold devils, when they enter into tho breasts of professing (.".'.'.btiuhj i:i such a free and enlight ened land as America. Such I igoted intolereiicj would be bad enough in Timbuclo i or tho Fecjee lalands, but ill America it is like a foul spot upon the bright Huushinc. Applause! I am going to Europe in u few duyn, and when I eonto back which I cerlaitily will J it may be that I will give a course of lectures to raise a fund to send missionaries to Christianize those clerical Pharisees- la tight r who had rather tho poor and desolate should not have the go-pel preached to them iliau that the means fshould bu tarnished by ihe patronage of your humble ser vant. I now entreat the prayers of this coMgreguthni for all such benighted and miserable sinners.' ,V. F. J'sf. Telejraphio f"ia America. The following humorous bits are from the London Punch; Owing lo tho variation of clocks and tl o smartness of the citizens of the United States, it is now the middle ot the next week in New York. The baii'picl In honor of the laying of iho Atlantic (.'able has taken place, and we uro enabled, by Mihtuaf.no tele graph to turi.ish u li.-t of some of the tur.sts and s aliments: To the United .Slates, citizens who planned, m;:deand laid tue Atlantic tel egraph, and to the British capitalist who subscribe. 1 a trifle towards it." "To tho memory of the immortal Franklin, as discovered the lightning, and to Cyrus Fields, ns greased it.'' Christopher Columbus, whose din cowry rendered possible the two great tacts of the day Shak-pearo und the United States." 1 be Immortal Shakspcaic, raised in the Oid Country, but appreciated only in tho .New; utid to ho, had he lived, would eti'lainly have been' a free und enlightened American citizen." sneers to the Almighty dollar, and its kindred rights of free expectoration, annexation and tohippii; vom own Hail to the American Eagle! May he poise himself uhovo tho broad At letiiie, will, ii wing apiece on England und Coluuihiu, and irs lad and benU pointing to Mau- of the Union that are yd to be." "iucco-u t- the BiitMi Lumi, as long ui ho rumains CutiCUant, bill If cscr he bocoiaes raiupaai, may be Mimrgcd by tho lrtp.lugled bauiior until ho puts his tad thuu hi leg and how is wilh un u.:,h." ' . The City of New York is rebuild ing the Quarantine buildings. Dawcinj of a Great Future. The Amooi viver has been agreed uts)n ks a boundary lino between Ilm siu und Asia. Through the correppon dence f Mt Collins, tho Commercial Agent of our Government, presontel to tho fast essioti ot Congress, tho atten tion of this part of the world -has . re cently beeu directed to ibis river, and to the country it drains, as one of even tually immense resources and trade. Chctah, ut tho bead of its navigation is 2.CG7 miles frorüHhe ocean, and navi gable for steamer, and free from ice six months m the" year. Boats can also, by the thief southern tributary of the moor, penetraro to within a few hundred miles -of Pekih; and was it connected by railroad, it would by with in ten days ot the sou, or tWeuty-Uve to oan cranetsco. Iho immeiide trade concentrating at Movogorod, Moscow and St. Petersburg, might' bo oiii:illy accused hie. - ... - . L .ke Baikal can bo connected with tho Amoor, and thus open tho very heart of Siberia to Pacific commerce. A railroad of a few' hundred miles will connect the two system of waicr, and gie h coniinuous lino between thu Pa cific and the Icy ocean. This would ndvance the commereo ol thoso com modities tt thousand fol I in ten years, and realiJ more to civilization than tho discovery ot the north-west passage to India. The yield of precious metals in Siberia i lU,0u0.0OO per annum. An overland mail niago Hue is lust completed "from St. Louis through to San - Francisco, und noon u telcgruphw wire- will be stretched along the line. Not many years will elupso boforo a line of communication will . ba opened to the Pacific, by the way of this city, thence to the died River of the North, und thenco across the Rocky Moutu tains to Van Couvcr's Inland. And not many more will clspso Uifbro tho Mis sissippi Valley will bo councctcd with tho Pncific Shore by railway. Prance, England, Russia, and tho United States, - are opening new rela tions wilh China. Russia is connecting it with St. Petersburg by a lino of tele graph. A dozen years ugo the Mississippi was" considered ihe extreme veigo of the West. This was soon dispelled, and Oregon and California were substituted as ihe placo of sundown. But now a new field is looming up it; the distance. Russia, Asia, aud China, will soon ho points 'out West,' where 'Yankee emi grants wiil start for. . The most sanguine can net' begin to draw the picture of what will be reali ty twenty-five years bncp. A great future is dawning upau us! Idle Carhiity Carci On .Pran kiln's first trip lo er bis father in Bosiou, be, w as worried almost to death' by the abomlnab.e impii'-itivo-nessoftho New England tavern keep ers. Neither man no: beast could trar el among Iben in comfort. No mailer luw wet or weary, bow burgry the poor traveler miiht be, he was not to expect an aiotn ot iv.fr .'sh men t from the silly publicans until thci. niott pestif erous uriortity was flrtgrutified. And .1 ud then 'J oh himself could not stund such jMCliytis as they would goad him with; such as, where ho came from, and where by mijht bo a-golng, and what religion bo might be of, and if ho was a married man. und ao on. Alter having been pro ligious)1 y leased in Ibis way for several days, until at lu.t the lure right of a public house n'mo.d threw him into itnttguo, be determined to try tho fol lowing remedy ut ti e very next tavern' Soon as he alighted from bis horse, be desired the lavcru keeper to collect his whole family, wife,- children . und ser vants, every soul of them, for he bad .something very important to communi cate. All being assembled, and Won dol ing what by hud lo s.y, ho thus ad dressed them. "My nam. it Benjamin Fran kin. 1 urn a pr nler by irinie. 1 live, when ut home, in Philadelphia. In Bo? Ion J bitfi a father, u good old man who taught inc,-svhcn I was a boy, to vo id my book and say my prayeis. 1 have cverhii.ee thought il my duty to visit and pay my respects to such a lather, and 1 am en that i-rrand lllotou now. This is all that I can at present recollect of myself that I think worth telling you. Hut, if you can think if anything else that yuu wish to know about mo, 1 beg you io out with it at once that I may ai.swcr, and so give you un oppo.tuni ly to get mo something to cut, tor 1 long lo by on my journey, that I may return as soon as possibly lo my fami ly and business, w here I most ol all de light to bo." Forty thousand sermons against idle curiosity could hardly have driven il so etVeclually out of New Eng land as did this lillle sipub of ridicule. r'j- New Banks in Iowa. Tho Cor- eruor of Iowa has issued his proclama tion declaring that under tho ''Act to incorporate the Slate Bank of Iowa," approved March 2U, 18Ö8, tho following branches have been duly organized and aro "lawfully entitled to commence the business of Banking under said Art:" The Branch of ihe Slato Bank of Tow a City. The Muscatine Branch of the Stale Dank of Iowa at Muscatine. The Branch of thy Slato Bank of Iowa at Dos Molne. " Tho Dubuquo Brunch of the Slate Bank at Dubuque. Tho Oskaloosa Branch oftbo Stale Bank cd Iowa at Oskaloosa. Tho Mount Pleasant Branch " f the State Bank of Iowa nt Mount IMcus ant. ' The Kfouk Brnnvh rf the State Itauk of Iowa at Keokuk, Lee county. ti ... oi it ...l, i.r I...-.. i ..... t .,..i 4 in- linn' .... iii-. ,..... '.'n e i ' Bran h. at Davenport. NO: '89.- Ihe Conjcprezitei A HeW Heiiajiour ... , Sect la Iowa. .. Some sixty-or seventy miles north of Council BlufTs, hi the county of Mono na, about fifteen miles from the Missoa id river, there is a-town containing some six or eight huudrcd inhabitant, known ns Preparation. . . r This town p the Zion of a'nrV boJ-r of religious enthusiasts who c!! Ibem selves 'Conjepro.:es,' and the;r eystera of religion or n ;;ou organization tho ConjepreÄion,' '; Tican ins: of which term remains , '. t : gentilo world profound r.iyslcr At tho bead Mlie fjeganiitation Is man liy name (srtcs U. Tliompuorr, who la -bfjsides the editor of a weeklr nwsap.ir called the 'News VapcrS-i This paper is Iarg. well printed, and upon political and goneral' eubjects ia edited with math ability." ' 1 Of thia sheet one or twa pages are) usually, devoted to tho ublication of what ii called open letters" upon re ligious nubjects, addressod by Charles B. Thompson, as follows: ' "The Chiff Apostolic Tastor nnd Evangelical Bishop: To all the ciders of Israok' Evangenical and Traveling1 Presbyter of tho . Ecclesiastical King dom, and to Bishops. Prcubytcrs, Dea cons, and members of the Conjepruzlon, scattered abroad throughout nil .th world, sondelh greeting." Thcso letters aro all dated at tlio low cr of the flock," and aro most curious specimens of incomprehensible cant, bo ing blade up of pasiagcs from the Bible, extract from tho Book of Law and Cor enant of Israel,", and remarks by tho Chief Apostolical Pastor," Indiscrualn ately mixed up together. ' I rom what we aro able to learn from thcso IctUrs, this curions net! believes in the Bibio as tlio .wore!.. of Clod; but also holds that it is in n mcasuro dona away with by now revelations niad since the year 1813 by -'the voice of Ba nectimy - through the medium of ho thiol Apostobo Bishop.", These new revelations are atylod the "Law and Covenant of Israel." , The propertr oi tho organization is be!d In common, and tho earnings of all aro f thrown, into the common stock, somewhat alter the munner of the Sha kers, The people are said to be nuiet and orderly in their deportment, raorrl in their customs unci mult devotedly und blindly attached to their religion or ystem of belief. : , . . However strange it may appear, this ganiiatiou Ivo dweiujx tUa )at rr or, rapidly increased from fifty to' eight hundred Plomben, aiid is still receiving large accessions to its ra t rabcrs. ietra Citj Democrat. , A Uiai3teFs Walk ani Conversation. Tho alitor of the North Carolina Prtsbyierian, who is ut tbö Virginia Spring, bns heard a good story of Speaker Orr and tho Re v. Dr. V, of Lexington. Not long ainco, tho story gors, th'y were both at tho warm Springs, and met in a public room of the hotel. They bad beeu sitting wilh other cam puny, nnd after a while tho Doctor roso and walked across the room will tho usual limn in his gait. Mr. Orr immediately recognized him, and asked him it he were not tho Chaplain ut the University of Virginia at such time, naming the year. . Tho Doctor re plied that bo wns. . . -I was there," said Mr. Orr, "a stu lent at the Univcrsity,ani I Luow you by your limp." "Wcll," said the Doctor, ilseomsmy limping made u deeper impression on you than my preaching." The joke plac?d Mr. Orr in an nwk .vrtrd predicament, and most men would have been unublo to extricate them selves, but be replied with ready wit: "Ah, Doctor, it is the highest compli meat wo can uiy a minister, to say that ho is known by bis walk , rather than by his conversation." Dlnj Hard. Tho Jones men in Berks county dio hard. When tho Return Judges met there was an evident desire on the part of some of them lo cheat Schwartz .out of the certificate of election. A motion was male bv ono of the Judges to - y - ra throw out of tho county oneof the wards of Reading, which would have gircn Jones a majority; and fearing to per peluato such an mi trage in puwuo, iney passed a resolution to go into a prirats room, and close thy doors agaimt the public and tho members' of tha pros. But tho peoplQ of R;a ling wore deter mined not to submit to such u fraud. The bells wero rung and the peopU hiistoned to the spot, determined to sec that justice was carried owt. At this point tho heart ol the tricksters failed them, and they yielded Schwurt the certificate. The Journal says, "had tho fraud been carrU I out, such a see.. would have beeu witnessed as never oc curred in Reading." Defender. ' ity The Worcester, Mass., Chronlelo gives the following as a verbatim copy of a letter from a chief magistrate of a cert tin corporation: . "Dear Sur on Monday next I an to bo made Marc, and hnl! bo ' much ob liged to you so if be a,yoa will scad me down by the eoatch 'ino pro?Uioni setting for tho occasion, and, 1 nun to ax my brother, the hl Mam,. and iho TCH ol the Bentch. I. um, mi; etc." Tho ubovo was ansvrorcd by s sva, into whoso bauds it f,Jl, ns follow. "Sir in obcdicMVo. t ymir order. I have f-ont per ck-h two bitsheU of iho best oats an,,'t us you are to. treat tho ;ld mure, cavo adJl more bran to mnko 'aih." f"-.uu C'Ror. A, crf.touüeot of ibo f . . . . 1. i ...i.n an rra t- I . JCI.V HUO J.1)l'U ftU llllirii.w m"P' Icr.cr? I-lUlU this eM)n ay fo'XJ;. JWtnii tbou,and bog-sbfa ' .