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if! H BY 0. N. WOEDEN & J. R. COliXELlUS. AS IXDEPKXDKXT FAMILY Nf.TTS JoURNWL. ESTABLISHED IN 1SJ8....WII0LE 1X0., 16'). At l,r0 Per ?..kv., altvays in- Advance. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO, PA., Fill DAY, AUG. 27, 1853. CHRON printing an) hum..-;. In good Style and on lair Trims, OX SHORT XOTIrE, AT THE "CHRONICLE" OFFICE, market Square, Lewishurg "A Oukrt ,.f Urmsf Hit ami .li.,,i.'' A THOUSAND AND OXE STORIES OF FACT AND FANTY, WIT AM) Ill MDU, ttUYMK. HEA.SOS A.XIt JiHJlA.XCE. tniTED BT B. C. GUOIIRirtf, (rj.TKU PAULLT-) Od Volume, ixrxr itrtavo, h,iDjoni'Iv Iwmtxl in r.'l ..- roCTO, ith j(llt .. . Lack, ouulwuing fi.ajfia, auJ tl Hirtd I'jf SOO IkautiuJ Eiiyravinys. Th difTi of thin b'Xik it to Lrinp whole librarian into sin)le volume to furnish a mmtal ml fur cvt-ry dny anJ every hour fur ver tat', buoiar, at-f c.t( r;-' a book fir lb gtmv mni gay, the old and youn ; - hnvt tberf re, Siru'r auj I'u.lo"0Iir, It by me J 1L n-n, IVit nl Wiwl'im, Fct ;iud Katuy whi.-h, i ul lo-ftbi-r i as thy come, produ a sort of intcilfrtual hiru u 1 dinjj, ioarmurb as the whole ispepfH-rr-i mui - J u itb funs, ennandriims, and drollfriei, to say no: Ling of a j garnish Of three hualr-d enratings. I In these ii?t are zixtn tlie uci-s r.f tliont-I.t and pDtintnt from O-wtb, Syjury t-'tuilti, Satu. Johuou, i and many others ; clerical anTtlitn. llil-eritifiv--ntric- I itir, Htsti-m eTtravisirsnsM. talbrnd fr-ui in- r-ur tctmtfsofthr iW$t ; outliacsof the t;tlea of Ilmi tut.tt . and Kins: oftbe fl.liof Hivwu mid l.aiit ne ; ' ofthff.ir rfmsof Jrru'alftn I'-liv-nd, iviennu buo, ( rrianuu runi"i, inu umtrp, n nit- i.ut inu avuiifn or Ijfeofnut lloutflon. Gerard (he lioii killt-r. Cuintinti:-!, ' the flrhant d-lroer, and l.ivnilon' ti e -it ;ilT -n.- I wr; of M'-Ven-" Tnm-U in Kyt an t ijtliiiie; Taul and Virginia, Alexander Uumttn. tin-wip Family IU.i.ki on. Mr. liliddon and Sm I'xU-h; with fi'y itntniim.if i prone and fnx try, froin the msi. r-f,iui of tin iitiy Ixmo-Uow. ltrraut, Itnyard Tnylor. I'r. It. me. Omi IVr ry. et. It (urui"b'n. mImi, m Uti ft tnrrin:itioii tr tbe ' Kerious the Nntura IliMory of the ti! lc, I i- li i uljeet of exbauj-tlen interest; ftrikinp fjci-. it- 4Mra omy. Cbemiftry, and Natural lli-turv; reuijrk'iln- :i.t;. raubte-i. interetin lrel( stid W uiidvrlul L'.t. ovi f ii-s ia Art and tjiit-oce. 1'CTt.B I'aklet, the editor of tin look. hi a world- wile r patHLion an an author h;s writ hi -d htv:n- l ronie familiar an houneliflr words' Trhen ver the K:Iih Uugu--e ts spoken. TUlISiliS l.A.-r WuliK.i.nd , we -re-li't for it a )oularitv rt(uiil, if not .u;-tii. r( t't ttmt armred by any of tit foimur iuliiciti(ti. Mr. I'Mriin'ion ana iu orfn .Moututn liirls: ol the -Thhi work will be SOI.U tXChVSIVKI.Y UY Si lt- ... m. - . ..-rt" fw . i peettun copies will be sent by mai., j r. j.jiJfou re- ; ceipt of tbe price, for full priieulr.t addreeH IUUir A J.uEHj.i, ruhl.thT;, II'.' NaMdati St., New York. Adjourned Court I'rot I;itit;iliou. Whereas, the Hon. Abraham S Wilson. Pre sident Judge far the -iHh Judicial li-ir i t nf Pennsy'vania, composed of the counties if Union. Muflin and Snyder, and Philip Kuhie and John W.Simonton,L j'f, Associate Judges i for I.nion county, have l'ULtt iheir precept, bearing date the 22d dav of May, HM, and to me directed, lor the bMing ol a Court of Cum man Pleas at Iewiburg fur the county of Union on the filth Monday of August xext, being the 30ihdav) I8.V3, and to continue one week, AO I ICL ts therefore hereby given to M Itnesses and all persons interested in the 1 Issue List to be then and there present and not depart without leave. Jurors are requested to be punctual in their attendance at the tune appointed, agreeable to notice. Oiven under my hand and seal at the sher iffs Office lit Lewishurg. the 2l!ih day of Julv, A-D- 1 858, and in th i?KJf iK.-j r uic Independence of the I'.S. of America. God save the Cnmui.mwealth ! lMXItL 1. 1U LLHN, Sheriff. Jurors fur Adj. Court, Auu. 30. Lrviburg-Mi F.chth.iru. Ju H (i.....l,nan J s. hrever. M Ilrecbo-h. Ja H liruwii. Hun I'arJ.. L Sin ii-r. P Nc.-ms. A Oeaver j Hifflinharg Win Biipir, H-n Biiat-nrrif, Lu Ar.snartit Iter Hell. J is Hoop, Sam Stitzer .,',,.',-J..ha Mensch, Ellas Lambert BaJTiiloe-itmes Irvin, Dav Voneida, Dan M J'zi-NaihaTsiear, Cyrus Browu.Jn ' Ktrolieckcr Union Aaron Van Buskirk Krllg Thos Wilson, John Kling ll'Ai'fe Veer1 I.e.ser Jr. Jos Moyer, I'rbanus Ranck.aron Smt:h, Elijah Osborue Jftirlly 'm F.sber, Ianl Long L'wii Benj Mensch, Robert Foster AVio Berlin Chrn Winter Went Buffalo Jas Cornelius, Daniel Pontius, YVm Spoils Issue List for Aug. adj. Court & Sep. T. Adam Schreek el al vs John Roland Israel Knctiel vs James Mauck Dairid Herbst ts Daniel Rengler David Baertges Alfred Kneass l'eier Hummel and Wife ts Daniel Rengler T Church 4 Co vs Solomon Mayer M Oeyer's Adra'rs forJn ii.lnck ts A C High .Harriet Jenkins vs Mernt Chappel et al Ueck & Keber vs John Zimmerman same ts David Zimmerman Charles Hartrel vs State Mut Fire Ac Comp David Fisher ts Jonathan Diefiendf rfer Hunseeker for Church vs Jos D Korrey 'l'hos Church vs same Chas H .'tinner vs Wm Rule f am'l S Barton vs Joseph Meixell John Moyer vs Fred'k Worman Chas Cawley vs John Vounsman et al Ken ben Steningrr vs Alfred Kneass Price J Palton & Co ts Jacob Meckley John Roland vs State Mutual Ins Co T Oraham Hutchison el al vs Jac Bridge et al John Locke vs Robert Hilands Jos F Cummines ts Chas R Cronrath Comrs Un Co for M'Curley ts Sypher's Adms Philip Pontius ts James Irwin etal Reigel ic. Uro vs Ranck & Roland with not Droilhead A Roberts vs Ranck & Roland Weiler & Ellis vs John Leiser and Wife John Roland vs Martin D Reed Oeoree Hertz vs Peter Fetzer F W BerkenMock vs Win Price et al rhili. "ieebold et al vs David Spitler et al same Reuben Oldl et al P O Campbell et al vs Teed & Marr Howard Malcotn ts James P Ross T.udwir A Kanrk vs Isaac Ranck'a Exs gar David Sicmnjer vs Wm H Marr Chas H Shnner vs Wm Rule 1. K Albntht vs Adam Schreek sorv H High M Richards Meickle Ac vs Rtuben G Orwig same same Fredk Klopfer vs Wm Layhow Noah Bowersoi ts Geo Uebhart Francis Krick vs Alexander Ammoni Daniel Rane.le4A John Lapp Margaret Forster vs Alex dimming! t& D Weidensaul fr Shirk ts Church&Forrev Isaac Brown ts John Locke B F Van Buskirk vs Benj W Thompson l,evi K Shoch, deed's admrs ts J Yearger Samuel Meru vs J P Seebold and J Seebold Truvtees Ger Ref ch MiRtinbg vs A Gutelius L Palmer indorsee of J F Linn vs Levi Sterner tame T A H Thornton same OR Vorse same Soln Kilter same Chas Penny same Frank Spyktr came Wm Leiser same John Locke same Jos. Meixell artm (i Reed, a minor, &e vs C Dreisbach Jm Rassell vs Jacob Dunkle Christian Barlch vs Daniel Renner saTne same Kessler & Brother vs Geddes Marsh & Co John hessler s same Philip Seebold vs Levi Rooke et al Iaac W a!t-r Ac vs Jesse Bchreyer Trustees f E ch a! M:fflinbgvs J M Kleekntf ne 4 tarrollvs Vm inhoff ( To Teachers and Directors. I will irirct the Teachers of I'nion rniinly, f.-r Examination, at iho f..!lt.vii.! places ;it 9 o'clock in the furentum of each day. N"w i;.Tlin St t. Sili Witil'i.'Itt ho-I-lirnst' for L'ni 'n DNtrirt 1 Ml. TUaM.i.t m -lionl h um' f t K.l IIuIIjI. hi-'t. 11 LvwilinrF V-w e lnm! I:ii:v 1:1 N-w r.l;iinl:a M-h-m) l;m.-f fn? White !-cr Itin't. 14 ItoverV f.'lio-' liU"" f - Nellv l iMri't " 1ft Puffcli X Iliad tr i.ii.r.ili hi-trit M Kttl ll:inlt rvi,...i h .us, l.-i- W.-j-t liuiTUe Dis't. " 17 .lifflililtr New n.-IiiioI -i.oii-e ' IS Ilrtrtltt'-n m-Ij m.I do us- fir llailler A I.- wisliisL" :0 g itx r ButtM-h n h'.u-i-li.r Uwtottf Hi r. " 21 School Directors wmiM save time and irout.Jc hy atifnJing lor the purpose ol era-: ployin; their Teachers at the same lime. We h(i(i!d he pleave-l to fm.l them all in attend atice, as well as the cilizens in geueral. Tiivaie Examinations will not he held. Teachers are requested to appear for exa minalioii in the ilitnet in which they wi-h to be einplnyed. The places of holding ihe "Teachers Drills" will he made known at the Examinations. U. HKCKKNDnilX, Co. Sap t. -New Berlin, Au- 19, IS.'jH. ' - - tir I U WPI K If t I ViPif XT iri-. 1 I V LKj 31 r li 1 1 - a Volume rnrleen liodns S.-pl.l 1,'53. ! A I ECU ...vtl.. , , . . HAMt In-rtor?, Mmmf.i. tun-re an I rnriiieri". The rVi-ntif..- Atu; riran h.-in ihjw rear),-.! it- Four- , tei'Utb War, and will eiit-r ti;.f n a ti 'V T'ljutne on Hi ll lh nf Sftif f-m!T It w il,. mil, -....LI. . . r the kind, new iued in tlii- country. ai!d il haw a ery eat.niver.u'utiouiiioii theuusoi the i,Jlo. it ; if 0'it. a Home tniht KUi'i'oM froui it title, a dry ah- etmse w.rk rn i'hi,ira! ienre; on the vmtnrv, it ro ' deslrt with the jrr-at eent poin on in the sri-riti;iet mi",-b.tnic;il and ii.duitrial wnii.N, m :i- to i.!ea(ennd in htruct ev.ry one. If the Mc:-hanit' or ArtiiOi i-lien to know the h. '-tTivirliiu. in u-e. or ho-r t- ci4-..- nnj miV fUu.-e eai i.yt d iu hie Licna-p if the HuM w:Ie i-h-es to get u recipe for luitkiiti' a pond cdur, Ac if the in- ventor wihes to know ah:tt ia .iu; on in the way of ZTXZ'Zrz ' ' his buiuees if the man (if le.sure and sti:'Ir wishes to j keep himself familiar with the jroie m.. Je in the i ebeui:c;il liiharatory.or in the i-unlri. : ion of t jrn).h-, j st-iitu. h i-. r..iiii.K rep. r., mower. a d a thotiani ; other ni:ifi:in' nnd apliam-e, tNth of - are r.i. J :n ' all these d .)"". iuM i an b f.uud in ( ! v Am- ri- cuu, and ,.4.t r:..e'..rp. 'J'hi y ar.- here j r. -ei.l. d in a i. lia'dc and n.t--ri-!iiii,' f rm. a.!:.) te. t- He eomj r-h.-ii-hinof i:iii,d utiieurmd in the hiLer biam-he- nf ne nn-1 art. j TKItM:v One p'.f.y ooeyi-ar. ; r nero:,T s niint!i. $1 : five fuf.leti i. DIotitlH. (.-U e.i,i,-. (ij- niUllths. t-; , ten eoiie twe.Tc month, $10; htl.en err ien twelve ,' months, tJJ; tw.uty e..j.jri twelve mouths $S, iu ad- vance. i Hpeeimen rnrh-n sent jrrattiitouy f..r in-pex-tiun. South 1 ati 1 Western ntonev, or fo-'aire rjimr-'. t -u for nubMTiitioud. Lt-tivTS shoui 1 be direett-d to MINN & CO, I ,IwrP. Mr Co. m lea;iwI en(f 1U' j rinBP,tent for new invention,,,. d win ad.ise !.,.,. : or,, without cban-e, ju re-ard to lb. novdtv of their ' itnprovementn. an; 19 B"TliF. 1.-XK1XDE.-.T Cl'T OF ALL." In our hurried comments on the: HC!i0lution3 ef tllC fiufhananitCS ofi . : L 1U0I1 COUlltv, last week, VC overlook- CJ (10 f;ici tl,at X()T A wonn WAS SAID ... , , ,, roll hlfiLEIl Olir l.lirlor beef' I.inr- ; er .Senator Bigler, of I'learfielil ! was not even endorse.! ad "a MAX 01 aniliiv ana csperienee, as was condescendingly admitted of one AVm. 1 F. Parker. What does ihis mean?; Was tlnre no friends of the Post! j Masters among the Democracy of I Union, there a.-st mlded, who could recognize the existence of such "a ! man T' Why, Hill Hi-ler is the man i who made speeches in Union county, j in favor of ''Buchanan and Free Kan I sas," and the Union. Bigler is the j spokesman of Pres. Buchanan iu the ! U. S. Senate, and heretofore has been "endorsed," yearly, by the Democracy of this count-, as a matter of course. Why desert hiiiijioer, after the speech, in favor of onion seeds, for which Hale so rallied him ? Did he not, iu lSuC, speak the sentiments of G. A. Frick, ofCrotzer, of Purdy, of Brig. C en. M'Caig, of Hob Tyler, and of the M'.Cays? and why desert him, now, when Kansas has kicked away the last trap to ensnare her into Slavery, and stands singlediaudcd against the Buchanan nartv ? J-The moatactiTe.able and influential J friend of Buchanan, in Potter county, in j 185G, was John M. Kilbourno. He went ' for "Buchanan and Free Kansas" honest ly. Deceived, be issues tbe following free card, expressive of bis views. He is one of the many who will, it is said, roll up 600 or 700 majority against tbe mulatto Democracy in Oct. next. Assembly Aiill-Lcconipton. To the Llectort of the Representative District composed of tiie Counties of Thuja and Patter ; I am a candidate for the office of Representative in the next Gen eral Assembly. Should I be elected, my constituents may rest assured that, to the ( beet of my ability, they will be represented Dent 01 my aD.iiiy, mey win we representeu upon tho principles of the Declaration of j Independence and tho Constitution oftbe, , 11 .1 . .1 i 1 t Union ; and especial y that tbe People of 1 tbe Territories (iucluuing KanKas.) have tbe same right to resist the enforcement of Slavery upon them against their will, tbat our Fathers bad to resist the Stamp Act of George III., and throw bis Tea into Boston Harbor. If this be Treason, make the most of it. J. M. K 1 LliOURN K. Pike, Potter Co., IV, June HO, 1858. Col. Sam Pike bag bought tbe Hills boro' Gazette, a long established Demo cratic paper, aud will soon take charge of it as editor and proprietor. Tbis makes tbe thirty fifth paper that Col. Tike has been eoDoccted with, and about lie fiftieth change he has made. An Old Poem.. .with an App6dix. Oq SaturJuy last, a giO'Ily company partook nf a much roIMtci Harvest Home Dinner" t IIpix.'.. Iiiuir Hniim. I.r-.. iabur-r. When good spportti'S bad been , f-auMiuu, i..vuir. WM tam,J upon fur a short AdJrers, tnd re?pudcd wilh his usual protnp!n?3 aud aniraiion. alluding first to AgrieuUrre. ai:d iicaI I-j that greatest modern ai.'hii:vtti-Jt:t the undir-wat;r matnetio telegraph. J.?iss ! Aikkx ivaa next called out. tut hoinj? u,,,l-'j UUU!l'u lv i'"'-1" p -"""'o bad uo Hnr-Lch t itnkc. llistea 1 01 U'J i, i - r . , uj.ire, lie reeaeu ii Mii u.tin-.r i..r..iua of a ToctU, descriptive of t.3 l-jL.SQLK- luvvA HiVKit. fitiind bv hiio. in a Krhoul- book called tbe "ColumMi Koador," iu iue year anu uuro nunLui. umi l l .. .t. )if.. i.". u.iH. no iraiu uj iui : -i :, .Uiwy for S.pt. that "Ak'sanJcr Wil- son, tlio oriiitliolngist, published pm-ms, iu 1791, characterized by much original 1 hutuor," ami, as we believe he explored l, c,u.,i,.l v- : , l : r ' U8,. tutt"'t aro i"!iucJ 10 ,uv PU:L litJ 13 auiurT oi ujc poetry iu ' t j (uestioD. U hoever uiay havo leen the writer, the Hues are ceriaiuly prophetical jU;,t bXcl a prediction QS a'J intelligent auU far-sihtcd man, viewing the vast re- c 80U1 "CCS vt 0Ur COUUtry, Slid C"UaeiJU3 Of the power of a high Christian Civilization, would bo apt to make. At that time, the beautiful Sui-qiiuhanua region, from its mouth to i(a "utmost springs," was j comparatively uusot'h J, if nut uuLhuwd. r t" co"Ji,i,'n a vst advance, and by the tiu.o a century Lai elapsed ' from the writing of the prophecy, it will seem far from extravagant. Mr. Aiken's . re.-poiie, though Ksie jly composed, and j i.evjrt d to a pitigio mighty fact, does full j-iaiicj to the &u; jeet. We quote, Crt-t, TUB SL'Slil EilANXA lit Wiuos. Ilait, rli-imiilii rir.-r, juir.', trito.i'ari'tit fi'HHl, I ii M .itifd liy n.jxii. j m i'!, MiJ i li.ikiiit; Hi in. ! Thau 1 r:ti tliroiili lirckn ricl.s. in . tiirliu foum, Or. l-. J, i.'.t I.-.1- fit slill-'rin,' !i:iuj to riialj. ;r. iii tliy l.itk,. twv.-l l..r-t nati.i'riu; Mrmiu, ili ni;iy llij Havrs i!t. lii.nv lrllul! tet m, Tlua .liirv rim... anj ..mo:i cro.n ttiy .borry, Itiy till wtc.ls rrlioin to .nuitiiii; oar. On Itiv wol.'a liootu tJo.ttu.' .i;ir fillrtl villi tl iMrrittii of nur ricti fr'Miticr! Tl.y i-ijie lr in-', cliir-. Iliy jHrp. roin;iiilic rW M lr-r Mole nr;w ,;m .lr. tl-l III,' pMttluer Wttil.; V ii.r lit i'-lli iiil.TV;,!.. tti tint f.iriurn IV.'. fri.Li tic f t-r.lur.. i.rth' .-in tK-w.-ri as corn, In fii'Hn ltiHtlirU l.mt t'.ir t',. t numiilr.-1 l tliy .lrp-iil muri Uiiule, Au-I i.iry nrrh. . j onij-oii-ly ltrilr, AnJ Ji.iU'Hot Scini i'. .nJ itelii;ii.n. riM Anil oiil.i jbs Mrui wlire m'W fi.rt-.t lii'P. Mr. Aiken's Response. 01,ri! how fiivori-il are tho.iW'n of mm, (Jin.-il. lik.- thi-p, with clear, prophi'tic ken, Tlin.ujli tin; ilark mi.t of future time to trace The Ts-t a. tupv.-nieiit.. of ill.' human rac! But on irr. iit vii-ioil was withhi-hl from ttiee On.. mLh'y wn'r? hurt., thou dii.it not OVr th- t h -1 l"(!iu. i.t. tin. I,'ni;theii"'a wire, Tr.iT. r-.' l hy Thought, who.- chariot ia the fire W liii-h fr'.m lilack clou.lH initnorbi! Flaskun dr.-w, Atnl M ri, like it iillv. tiim and hifnei'Seil too! A lir li -n. reatlean, slo...!i s, lilhtninn team, Swift a. fmm yondrr aun the flahin ijeaml Thi. tam.Ii.r.ai: Fenilp tlirouh oceanadark'ning caye., L'nJ,T tli prepsur. of his awful wares; The.-e j-tcinli, no monst'-raofthe deep can scare, And tin y di n't a-k who ke-ps a tarrn there! Put on thi-y po, to nn-e: old Johnny Dull, With a i-hort note of kindred lore brim full. From Jonathan, hi sod across the main : Tti old man sniites, and iwnds loac hack again ! O, hard of old. n tini.-! e'en thy keen eye ftrrat M'H.sl'9 steeds of lihlnins did not spy: Hut ln're th-y are, for Joxathan and Ilci-L. Tn-ri'tlKT joiiu d in one lon, mkhty pull, Hare made a turnpike tbrouzh thf "vasty deep, And o'.-r this turnpike Mola'l sU-t.R shall leap; M. rm:ii.l sliall hear the IL'liloini slafi' whip crack III X.'ptmc: make your loafers el. ar the track 1 Firl.D. Ih.- Coliiml u. of Ilie Yankee laud! Willi the old Helloes tliy name shall stand On glory's scri'll immortal, side hy side. The world's true friends, and each his country's pride ! The St. Loni3 Election. The entire vote fur member of Congress in the district sums up as follun-s : Berret (Democrat) 7,200 Blair (K -publican) C,452 Breckinridge (American) 5,115 The election of Berret was secured, be. yond doubt, by the grossest frauds. The Democrat says: "A canvass of all the poll-books shows the enormous total of 18,773, as against 13,701 iu 13jj. It . n .hrd Mr. Blair has increased upon T0,e graJuallv at ever, poll, receiving C 500 ,uu Jeer against c 000 in 185o . ,.- . wtere tbe Dartv 8tretlirih lay, e 0 - . . and failing to get them where the opposi tion prevailed heretofore. It thus demon- j etrates a natural increase on bis ticket of 500 votes. Mr. Breckinridge also polls a small number more than did Mr. Ken net, (Am.) two years since. But, on the other hand, Mr. Berret finds his support in just those localities where hia party never had any strength, before, and where tt ia known not to have it now. From 2,181, in IS00, it is toreea up 10 u.vou in 1S53 a gain of nearly o.UUU lor tue ah- ruinistration, when it must be conceded, ruinistration, when it in 11 tbat owi lo the policy ' ... . , that Administration uas lu clu'",u . of .he past year, in fact receded, rather than advanced, in publio favor, during the interval. Breckinridge is an Anti Leeonipton man, as mush opposed to tbe Kansas policy of the President as Mr Blair is. Notwithstanding all the frauds and ballot box stuffings on tbe part of the Democrats, the Administration is still in minority of nearly five thousand in tbe district of St. Louis, Mo." Tni Pkach Crop "Down South." It is a great peach year in South Carolina and Georgia, and tbe finest specimen! of .L. .; antrl in Au7UStA. 10 tbe Lit i ter State, at from 50 ot. to il per bushel. Ji Inierosiin .mil Important rhij-siT. j It will t retn-'nihercii that Senaror U-i.i-.ii . of INmhi Um:p i. .Hri..; the l.isirnrf,w ia m-"t v:.,e.il Is-t:mpt..n;lc, ar..l ar.;r I to c!u-f esecuiioiif r if Wallrer, S!an!ci and all nthrr.-s who revolfc l fwa ilie iniaMous p i :t to r.rce Slnverv un Kansas. I'mm that lu.-r , f,,nov,;n;j ex-ract of .1 I.ETitll ri!f ;.Tr. ZAr,iAU 'i v ;(r. 1'AS ( ON is p-euli- r.wy i.,U.-JM.n2f l-.'ti'in Hi the ae t! n-i i r.-t - a rontri - v KaariJ a.i.iic;. li .v-.d, a a., Au2. I t, The !a:cr is ! t?-i C:- 1857, and is ilnut-iless : Make my special re;:- rt!s to Vov, V.'a'L'er, ! art s:,y to Li.n thai hz !.:i V pvtniur . t.Hh him thraufuiut (fi ' t.nlit the tifirm? .ViH.'.V. n.r ,.i ih: i ni'jra;.!- n,tf' SIeCeed, he xv'rll Iwf i iirominnce - nn m-oi hi (ft i mt)ft nrittl!e nrr'tnn. The Ad- : MHti-tratiou i liltie weak ai the ktu'cs. a.m! ; ,,,",. , ,he woik." ... ,.,inr ik 1-. ii..n.,tur i.ui ; w. ,,,. ,k;l- ,h n. .u wr ! L. . . u,ier meets the rrrsMPnl lit wuulil itel "a Imle weak in ilie knees." " ' rOa reading the above, a friend of, p.f v. . My coniplimenli to Walker, And tell him that the heart Of thi great nation's with him All but the Southern part. If he tucceeds, according To hi- enlightened plan, Of all our mighty Maieniea lie is the foremost man. This poor Arimini'-trritinn Is lirtiililit!"; in iis knees; And clmuN of awlill thunder Away down Suiuh it sees. It miiil stand up. nr perih. In this Ireinenilmis lii-hi ! Cuwonlb nra H..t in t. 1 1 - - An awful iIlmiii but nr;ht ! uk;i.i:u in ... s. Tell lliat apoMaie, Walker, Thai potir Icafiol's curse Now rests upon his guilty head ; For he's as bail or wi.r'-e! The reat and eootl Buchanan He tries to thuart and vet; His nolile meavures to deieat His counsels to perplex. While we iiph.Tl Lecomptun Amidst the duubttul fr.iy, Walker would let "fanatics" In Kansas have their way ! O, blessed are Ihe faithful Who bow to power alone ! Rich streams of Treasury pap shall fill Their bellies every one ! iP0litiC3 iu Old PIon'SOraDnr Countv 1 avuuu au vtu ii")a.0um.,ry ytiamy. . Correspondence ef the l.ewi.t.ur. l'hrtni.-te. iou both of Democrats and the Oj i.osili m that Owen Jones would be defeated fur Congress if the two wings of the Opp iri- ;... ..).! h united, and a worthy man , i, .lion, uuiuiu.il.. .j . The Democracy of this county alwiys hold meetings, preparatory to their n l,.r county conventions, when rcsoluti .-ue adopted aud men put in uomii;a'i..ti, :r u which list the nominees to bo v-ite 1 i r ;.f the State Election ur-- felected ty the regular Convention. T.i Jay, this prepat tory meeting was ii.o-i, a.:d ouly sii'y names were placed upon the list of the as pirants for i ffice. Think ,.f it ! ouly sixty willing to serve their country. The resolutions wtro very interesting, you would admire tho political skill of their author. The first emlnrfcs Bucha - nau's administration, ;nrtiViiary whatever pertains to its treatment ,f the right of 1 Keairu . j".. a uvm.i hu..i..ui.h..., ut ., , ;.ini ,,n and the nominations of tho Democratic : aooat a year ago. And ro ead.d the sun-stroke for three killed, or t'-t si'; State Convention, are sustained, but, ; CCntful career of Baron Frederick Von ! il"e men i 0;la rcrrimoLt Lvd leei ad- stranre to sav. the sale of the ruldie works to tho Suubury and Biie Baiiroad, the only important act consummated by that recommend a discriminating protective t.rirT rot fort roteetion alone but also for rslenna In this resolutio thre leeacd -" - ' tn. tit tiiilflpn ni intiriiflt.nn that tliA V ... ..: :.. ...r 7 - went iu lur proiucnou 1 anything else, or rathe itig tariff was solely 1 Gen. Lewis Cass.- oorrespoudi-'ut of the P, , fjasS) wljo must be near ble, bat is hard at work. This extraordi nary man's career is alike a study and an nraninle. He has lived a blameless life. aud has crown to distinction almost en - . , , ,. . ,, .I..!. V. I. .a urn ofT..r-ta 1 I A 14 ll ftW nnA ll.e.Jf OJ u.S w u vuv. - - " mw of the richest men in the Uuion. He in vested heavily in the town of Detroit, Michigan, of which he was a pioneer, and the growth of tho West, especially since the railroad Fystem has extended its pow erful influence, has vastly apprcoiatcJ his property, ne is said to be worlh four or five millions. And yet, with all his wealth, be lives a frugal and abstemious life. The management of bis v:st estate ia confided to bis enterprising son-in-law, Mr. Ledyard, who resides in Detroit. Tiie Natural Consequence. Lord Karnes, in conversation with bis gardener one day said, "George, tbe time will soon eome when a man shall be able to carry tbe manure for an acre of land in one of hia waistooat pockets ;" to which tbe gar dener replied, "I believe it, sirJiut he will be able to carry all the crop ia the other pocket." " . ' . . , , ' I Yt ashiugten have been turmug out Irish-; . , ' - ; wer, arc separated lrotn their wives, his Legislature, ,. condemned ! Owen , .a , .or. ar n.re q-kly than I acsomphsh : q twQ fp.ms ) .. Jones' course was resolved t, be what h. iui,.,iaul in con. ; , uJ, .her, f..re, I wih bid yon adieu. j ,,y aImp5t cvc,.y ,a Jy ,,lC worM thought best calculated to promote tbe I The TUct- well known .nd v0vEr Bl;,NE 's:.ruws"have .1 : X,Tpt th,C "C he iu,irt"a"-'cJ Y "harmony cf the party that but J of IridjBCtt in th, eoun. Z, " -li Jour- A St. Loizta Roinanco. Tho fit. Lnuij Ut publican r-ordri the! death of an iuaa i;i ihwl ci?y, sad in TLn- lu Slid life uii)i. !.es the following : ! w-y Jw:-r5 3!3, Iarrn lre Ttrick von : Ocrtl, wW? family was cne of the most ' itidt-peuient and ur.r ixouy, fell ia love Vrith a poor i;ir! nd dtermiLcd ' to marry her. He tina incurred the (lis . ! plctsnre of Lis wealthy father, who, ou , ; lraf.inl of Ijb rir(ir,cscJ ullinnce. at ence i j dijinheritcd tie youcg nubltnian and turn- j ed Liiu from bis Joint. This sudden re- i Te.vj easpeiatcd aud maddened the lover, au i Lidding a silent farewell to the hnme i ; 01 his childhood, aud without iufurmi'iy 1 this object of bis affttti .n, be bent bis! i coUi'.'S to this country. On arriving here ! ! be j lined the United States army, and j , t , RcrviMl Inn vajirs a n soldier. It is (aid ' that bmvery aud true biroifiu oa tLe ; li,)1Js of Mesieo won the admiration of all j wbo bad opj-ortnaitif to obscrvu them. j At the expiration of the ten yeara' eer-1 J vice, he returned to ('ermany to aseertaiu huw the estate of his family was managed, j Ha found that hU parcts were in their j grave-, and thtt the pwpe; ty was d.slrib- uted equally among bis brothers and sis - ters, himself being wholly overlooked aud disregarded in the will. To a id to Lis dark tortunes, Le ajeertameil I. at tL2 t-ir! who was tbe innoceut causa cf L!i n.iu bad married and moved a. riy. Touf lur-! tel's mind never lu!!v recovered iio'n the shock this intelligence hud rror.tej. WLitlcruitf ia rt-"- I i.tuii..u a. , United (states aud came to Liui-. tl.r. liA viii. f.mtri.r.. r.v i-i.hpiiI l;riii.a . .... . mi ooLini muui u:. ?i ucu uc mi aitr.uu, he fuuud himself entirely destitute tf' . r;. ,.,,...., i. t.,' ' ' . .u,w-c..v ...v.- down, and, lor a livelihood, tbe Huron J!r r" s, akiud actually took to se'ling '-l-r.. i z.-I.s of pastry much iu favor Willi the German?. ... , j "'" .!. r..nr,r,r.rl in rl.ia mil.,. ..... 1. '' " tiusiucss iur bix or etgui years, ana caiutd . I. - it. --.r.i, ....li,-. iue ai penauoQ oi ureizci r inz. Ir Three years ago, baviug saved up the snug sura of S'JOO, aud having met oue of the opposite sex in whom he thuuht lie could cuii&'le, aud wli'jm he believed ' would make hi iu a good and faithful wife, .1, i u , . ' tbon.'U the wm several Tears lu lantor. j w J I on Uerlel was married. Una day, a few His c:..-.:ie; -rrrr-TJCTia iuai mr- r , ; clpi with a seducer, and not content wltu bringing her husband to disgrace, bad taken his money and everything of ' l.i il, house, leavin,? Liin uj .-.- a - ! , 1 i...t, r.f ..,..,!. an,i . ,u iiur.-H.ui. u - -v. ... ... mstiniioreu utar . luu uiu tuaii. .ui uc .- . 11 n. . .1 r . I. 1 wa now liftv-thre- Tears of a--, ouictly was uow u.iy-ture- jcars 01 c , j en., tore hi. new grief, and again, witb Per- hn.s aa imprecation on tbe faleu olc, ad- drcsscii himself to tho one great tak of Ltid lit toieitiiig. "Bret led Fritz" has been well known iu St. Louis a unukied, slow-paced, stoop - incoid mau, with a basket on his arm o ' aKd rurely a smile ou his fate. Iu the j Ut three jears be has laid away 5400, the ; pt 0liis of bis littla busiue:s. Yesterday j u Wa5 buried, having been sick three or 1 four WCeks. Before he expired bebesev - 0'L.ntiy bequeathed his small possessions ! , the orphan children of a poor mao,wc!l 1 . 1 i. -.;.! : irnnaru Lis uiiaiiv us uu li ucu . n j ui i 1 Oertel. I VfrjoWrIe7 Negroes vs. Irishmen It seems that tha "powers that bo" at j r ' 0 . ''--?rfi.:' ?:C J. !S 1 ,jre, nit uia nmr. i wc 141-1 uo vtt I i -Hm.-.H.aV f . ' m t rl n, t n.r- a tn i 't'i.. 1:-!.. t .... of tho arraratua Clerk of' the House, from Capt. 31etgj. An assistant to Mr. Allen, namid ( arter, ar.d part editor and owner of the L'uim, ! '? 139 aence o. .no pr.ne.pa., removed 1 the Itto Iripn Lemocrat., ana put two -o- '.. groes in their places. This is but all. lie; even raiecd the pay of the Negroes to SiO : . 1 1 1?-.- 1 .1 per month. 1 have not yet learncJ ther the darkies were free or slave; if the i lattcr, the motive of the change may be j icferrtJ; if the former, then negroes aro ! better citizens than Irishmen uuiler a I.-m-1 ocratie Administration or a Democratic House of Representatives." It is intimated, tbat these Negroes are slaves, belonging to some one who was ef fective in getting the Enslish swindle throush Congress ! By tbe employment ... . .... ... . ....a of bis "chattels," be will pocket SIQ0 a month no mean compensanou. ice ai fair, however, baa raised a howl through oat the Irish camp, and excited a storm of indignation, that it will trouble tbe Administration to allay UarrisbitryTd. Tbis reminds us of the Irish woman married Bill Davis, a blaek man, in pre ference to an Iriabman who sought ber fcsnd. ''Si iffionnting for !istcs."J SV11UOUI ruicrcucc mi tiniCC. llltl liwci, auu, I'tiuatis u.ui : ' ,., , . ..i r that a diserimiust- reciarkabla explo.t in this way, happened tucing juleps, oy oce man, wuo sens ; -unU..., ., -: p u.. i.:.v. : .1. i - i. ir . i .11. . ' ten.! rent ftemfw tho ocean, ts a nte!:'.- "lh ir tliiiniL.r " V wee or bo since, iiu nuriuy iiiiu- latin mr uue jau e-iij.i w iwj miliars , - ----- ----- . - ttiur tuunutr. . w.i;. .,t...vi .).. .. , .... orablo tlav in American annals, (fi 1 "i-n, u-iofi ...... .. - - i - tuau.anu : iioiu iwo acres n una ou . , ..... 1. - .... . c.i . . , ' i,I. ,.t tint l'ljr.-f.i-. to I ..'il il . -The Washington " "? I grow, rye, annually, be .ell,; . Vl '7 t I - i ji vntta : '-uen. . - w , . , about trentv-four bunarci djlmrs rorth , i. - p ,,.,..., r, was transferred to the 1 01 'raws. iseyare pae.ca a.sj in ua r-. , l0 i,;itt;,-. 0t ('oitnleii were lo".-,'. . Sir l!ir"fi- - s r e-irth, V. Ol Seivu'c like a i-i' Mi bora The tri'I III-? of i. i ..ilh, Iii Tiri iui fn:i. fr ra -h-vre tn '.f)re ; But now, her Ltetf, n";r" t i hi! U Wbn li ttif.Li. iepr . nnj l-.;tss cai!edt With lory rij and un ft!id, I litid within t..e oc.'ib'c I' rets t. The mighty li'.-ht'loz fieri M !eet, llil hoUian toti.ii it ( re-, T j eiid, b'Vi r. t tl.- ui"rnir.i'- n i b, New tiJirt-, ere a f uUt- t-xoiie! Tip laid! Old -n freU a tl.rii) T'iroti'hout ber tint-). I bo.vam qo( An ) 3 ! Id- t man's v':rtor;ou will Th- trowa b e; i-isn-J on Xej lucs brw. Calm ax the de in uniTr.rp r-ja. And aitd - in I wintry r:ilii, fhatl b. With varied joy nr (i.d, K.ieli meoife through it oretn path! V'itl.in ft utav beneth the s'orm. It !iv , m breatt.Ji. th:nff of lii, Ai thev tbnil live In irae it ft rm. In Came when -Miied from loorta! Jtrif.' S'on. like Ori' n": l-elt f Ere, It- lin-a l.e'eetrie ; m -bail h'.'d Witli all a ni narrl.'n tn.nsr desire Tiie wcrM and ail il v-ired f.!d: And frfm it- t' C'ue. thro'ib ev.ry sLera, Till time an 1 truth t tli-r eea,e, Mankind the1 loricuK :le nlmli hear Of commerce, broth rboM and I The Atlantic Telegraph. When Prof. M .rsn n.le.l .!.! n l,!l,l . Ut nfttimnUl lillc fr,)m Wa,biuon to ; ,tilUimorf he was rcfuMd anJ bu . ruct j w M0at9)L ut lc perscv,.rcl a.:, tri. ' h . anJ L;g ' h . i ,,... f ... ... , ... tr f..!.:;-).! . r..... .i... i. .t .: vw. WW IL J Ul'IIJl If! lll-t-f. ' - ' 1 t i i """"i ii'i iiiti fiii w fi in ira n .rcnini ni rpc v ' KW'UM Mitnoe ( j.Je,, U(,s tlii, 1 wiry, subtle circle of tho t. i America and Kurjpe aro linked together! jby ,Le fli.is.g currcnt4 0f iUI(.liit.r.Ce j which will ere lonst cirdle the globe. Verv soon the great events of th... old world will o , .... r .1 1 1 11 -m i. ,j i . i v 1 s- D-"iumcgic.nnui,ij lie.- ViU W.iflU Will I - - - - .',. - . . , ., , . Orleans and t iklifurnin iirf.irr th aT..r.i. , . T , , will ku..w of their exisforce. The human mind may see all this, but it can not comprehend it. Huw the ,lcen ac ' tLe I'rcsiJi nt can talk as if . . t tff fr. jce, over r r ratuer vmlcr two 1 h. rHiiiatitl rtijl... fif Q -r 1 r enle us (.. fu.'lv rea.ize in adif itj Djagnificeut sublimity. Well for us w;n it be if tbi acbivvt-iutnt shall comect more closely the whole human race in the . ,. 1 ir D0QU3 HI uruiLtluuuuaau ii'.acc. iruica ' 1 1,1.) .ti'iii. : Tue Hor Scason in Txpia. The ..... Calcutta corn sp ndent cf tho StiutirJ wnts a follows: "I can in- euro you that the heat, is worse than the i olJest inhabitant cm renu mber. I am ! only writing aud yet my hau ls glisten, 1 and feel as if dipped it. .-.up suds, and my face is a regular spring of water. One . uare not go out in tbe mm, unless he par- ticularly wishes fur discomfort or sickness, or probably a sun-stroke. You in Eog- : laud have no idea of the state t.f everlast- ; ing moisture in which we are kept, l'unk- ' has and khus barley keep us alive. , Guess, then, what it must be in the field, nd do not wnnd-.-r at tlnrtv men dvn.. of 1 n 1 niittod to the hospital in one d iy, all suf- fating from the sun. I caa not at present write more; great beads of perspiration out unmistaaao.y .-..,...,.,,, ... :. .iai.i.. .1.. .:! I of I.q-ior Hows. itness me loiiowtn.; I '"rom western paper: a!., if it is said, aro furnished with straws fir j re's contaioing about twelve thousand 1 straws, and shipped to ew Orlc.m, at. j i,ui ullj la juicrinediate places, and : ,Le jc(Uil.t U iucrejsin Cbssuopi-eb3 Aeiut. Th.me d.i- . . , . . struct. ve iii'eeis aro very abunJant in , J Mot.tgomery.aud Lbcster counties, Pa., aud are d -u g couaiderable n):"blef to the grats, buckwhecr, aud coin. Tfco Dovleslown Uttsocrat saa thoy seem to cross tbat county (Bucks) in belts, and destroy every green tbiog in their way. A "detective officer," from Chicago, fell aslenj. while traveliue over tbe Ai:on rail- r(Jij . fcW d ,inc. anrl S0U)t. i;kl,t tin-1 I ' J 1 .... .erefi fcnliW ctua!ly stole Lis hr. it.. ! LI . , . , . ', . ,. , aome midnight burglur, he was er...teilea . to walk from the depot in Lu a.ucsings . , It was a'bootks" trip for the "detective."' FlM. Tbe zzt factory ia jui.esbarg, beloBging to Mr. Joseph Green, was ea-, lirely destroyed by tire one day lait week It w eccupiod by Mr. li.i.-iugtou. ILj entire la-sij about ?IiOD. iCoiwaraw w.-..cv- .u. .u ... uxuiu u3 re-ion. Tins war account for of bea?cD could not only 1 s called imai . the oriyiisul introduction of Chris tlicir airy home at tie i'Lii ijophcr's beck, , tiauity anieii this people, and for utit ti nt tLo sutt'e aciit cou'J to soiitro!- tiie i'v.ct that the Ileidcib.irg Catc ci by iu.. skill and tower of n.an, and chis;u"wa. still tbuud int!;eir po-ses-lua.lx Miliservient te his on ine lan3. ' "io" . Jnt 'tm the particular time lt..t id. ... -...;. !. .!. .. i.:... r ' and eiremnstancos in w hich thisintrn. ! not a!!, tho drinking a!n in St. I. -ui-, it is said, aro furnished with straws fori A Mem. -HArt B 1AY. The Kith i j An laiercstfi; Discjerj. ! V.'e sre it .-tatod. ii;,r,n what nur ' be con.-iiierril rt-.i-:.Ie ai.ili.-.ritv, that ; thirty Iliotivinil il-;f Taii have re cently been :'n:,i;.; (,ri an island liortl.of Celebes. It Ii.io been roniitrf-! for a titno, that ti.TC was a Christian peo ple, IbiL'oft-ii ttsid r.jr.-aker, which, ! b evt r. yet j.j.-.---cd i!,r.:e Biide, ami coiitiuu' .; f;,;Ua:Ust in iu faitit. i When tui-islonaries Hist lauded on tho . i-aiid. they ii.,;t with 3 sc'uoi tracher ; and his pupil -i. who repeated iii the , Malayan tongije'As the heart pai.teiil ! after the waitrr-br.x.ks. so patitetii my j soul after Thee, O Lord." N Bibles wti-e i'.M.iid. Imt the mot precious promises of the Bible writ tea ! upon the bark of trees. Thev knew j the Apostles" Creed, and the ifeidel ; bnrg Catechism, and had Christian i customs ; twenty churches and schools i yet existed. Thnnir-h the instrutiien j tality of Castor Heldring.'lbuiider cf : the Magdalen Asylum at S'ii eiii'aek ; and chief patron of Inner .Mission in j Holland, loi.r liiis-lonai ie-, wlnj hud i been eii'icnte-l udcr tiie venei-ii,!r ; o-'iicr, were sent out, and three thou- sand persons were b;.i.li.-,l. ' Ti:Li certainl.r a must intcrwilnsf diseoverr. The island on which thei . hu f 'ere locS.. bekm-J to tho : it Ind.an Arc ipelago. The Dutch ... . - .caio uaa iiouucai rule in , . .ami , i uiv.'ii tiiis.niro ' ; due' ion took place way well challenge ' j special attention, at.d elicit investiu'a- a " a . . I I'Oa iroin n.osc who have the Jeisuro : aim lacilitlCd lo lor iiroseentiii'r it I ucrman K formed Ml W "hat Girls should I.frv r. : l.T V10 UcalU 01 Wilt. ir Charles -apier removed to Caen, in "..i-. -,,. , . , . , , . , !,ynn um ins be.-t to nerfurm t in e.,.1., ; r""- munici- to uis pins. His a,!-. . , . . ' J ls 10 maKe rell-ious, as the louuuiiiioii 01 an excellence; to teach them accounts, that ther miht learn the value of money : work, that they ' iiii.irht not waste their time if they , 1K"-,'"JI "e "fipless it tl.ev r.errs noor : cnnl- no- r tl,...- , 1 : 7 , -' ,"" J .-'" it'iw u 'tUUri J.uU Ujj liaiai ! ; Life of his Brother.l J ' It is Stated tl.at actual statistic S'j'OW that dnriui? the last fifty years, ,Iie nuiuber of member- Ol the cv.ai- 1 .1 . .1 1 - , jrclical churches tn the I niled itei . i..,. ,,,1 r..,.. v lleieiied : ., , . ... .V ,," , -'""'" Halt, beinor an increase of khmit I'm i; w our-opulation has increase, only FOl'lt Fold, .o much for th oft : reiterated statement that the trrowth of cvanirelical churches has not kept ' pace with the growth of population. ! "' ' " b?clF:TV'T i:,K.NI,?' ! TJ:'3. ",,!'t . ninutitp il tint tAiMf.lv if li rw I - 1. 1 mn.ini in urna iii i.. .....i . i " Wrh'ht iormei !v of this 'f,,,,; 'l.;,,",! T he"'is : noft. y-cars 0ij' a't ,ie j.lrt ! quarterly "meetiii"; at Leeds, Enjrland, l.e s;ood up and began to preach, but ; iinding a stundin:; position painful, ' she sat down and continued preach- ii anoiii, incniv iuiuutcs . ner . - - voice was clear and distinct, and her sermon, in some parts, truly impres sive. i Teachkus OF Of It Ycl'Til. It U ; lul"l "'ei.uiciiiuy ui.ti u.c mu-jice j icr-i 11, ai"; noveiisis, licsens anu rui novt.,.wr.t..r cfm we ,,P,.t ,;,:lt lt will be any better with the liovcl-rea- , der vLlyn Witness. A MeMi-HATI B 1AY. The 1'lth ef 1 and in 12.) t!n. Xortli 'iii ?v:i W;H ; iii?covertd by Laptam 1-rankliti. i I i AMILV J:KCT1Si.-;. 1.CW id liol'i- lev. of Orantre, Conn., has, for the hist three year.as-eaibled all tbe relatives ' of his f.imiiv in the month of Vti 'tis'. 01 "'7 1 - ' l"L ",J''1" ul -l" 1 at limes Grove, where a putnpruDtM ! j,;torv of th'-- r-"4 j v'ear rrjvo, a,j' tv0 iiuu.brr pi'e.-,uit ' p.jj a.,juivt.rr.-aVv. in 1?C." theri ' ... ' -.ii",'.,-flnt,t "ia lr0. 112: il j IjjT, 108 ; iu ISS 01. j Conversions amost, Ccilpi ex. ; Eis.'l.t thousand conversions auion ; children were reported by the S b- bath Schools .t I in.a,IeI..iia I onicr- ! . ........ !... 1 ...... . or. 01. Il I." n tiOUC un'.- in i ii;e lias 1 v .41 t - - one-tiall tiio nmniicr in y fc H Church thevear preceding. ; . ,1,,; Church South hn I inst orsranizeu a new v.o.i..-ic..e ..... : 1 ,..r.;,.irhnth banks of the Bio B-.ivo. i r-i.-.r.. ..... am,. j - jjottl.n as (ho Itio Gr t i ' f..- I f.rf.cre. "i'.'e ihi "v !' ! li . -1;'3 j i.;.oa apt.:'.'rti i.-'cl ' i:j '--"- v: 3 ' KiiSi. -ju.-c!.