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J - j x I i I VOi 4, NO 26. Carts. ittsiness MI TIE SIAIE' IIMlliM. BRANCH AT PLYMOUTH, IND. E. S. ORGAN, Pres. II. EARLY, Cashier EASTERN EXCHANGE, Drafts Cncin nati and Chicago, Gold and Silver, Uncur rent Money and I.and Warrant BOUGHT AND SOLD. IT Deposits Received and Money Loaned. . 0Exchangeon Europe bought and sold. ID Attention fciven to Collections, and General Bankinr; Business Transacted. June 23, 1858. 31, WHEN WILL WONDERS CEASE! IN PLYM0UTII1 HARTMAN & C Have started a new Harness and Saddle Sbop two doors north of IJ Brownlee's store, on the East ' ii of Mich stieet, at No b where theT intend keeping on hand. Saddles and Harness of all kinds, and will sell as cheap as the cheapest. Call and exam ine their itoek and work. All repairing done in order amd on short notice. 14tf u. . trkao J. C I.EOJCAÄD H B- DICKSON & CO. DtltXBS IJt of every description, also, StOYSi. Tin, S'ieet-Ironani Copper Ware TeU PLYMOUTH, IND. Edwards & VanYalkenbnrgli, DEALKAS I oo-ts CS? DHC PLYMOUTH IND. r. conn . a. o. mgeaxd. CORBIN A PACK ARO Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, AXD Western Collection .Igcnts, PLYMOUTH, IND. Refer to AactrLAiAS,BorrT, &co., N Y City; Jon Lmxcrro, Tew, Smith k Sheldex, Detroit, Mich.; Secok, Reuda .too, Toledo, Ohio; M II Norms & co, Chicago, III; Hon C A Stact, reenmsoh, Mich: Hon Thos S Stas field, South Bed, Ind HnevS-Mtf c . ttxrt... , A.c. CAraox. REEVE & CAPROH, Plvmouth, Marshall County, Ind., Practice in Marshall and adjoining counties. REFER TO Hbcock k Co., Fhclps, Dod-e k Co., N. Y. Cooler, Farwell k Co., Gould k Bro. Chicajro. Iotxdön k Co . Philad., Graff. Bennett k Co., Titts. Hon. A. L. Osborn, Circ't. Judge, Laporte, Ind. - LAW N"0 STANFIELD & JOHNSON- T. S.STAxnr.u, of South Btnd, Ind.,, and A JousoM, of Plymouth Indiana, have associated themselves together for the practice of Law, in all the Courts of Marshall County Mr Stanfield will personally assist in the management of all litiga ted business. Office in Pershing's block. nl3v4 j. c. osaoaE . D. T. rmLLir. OSBOUXE& PHILLIPS OFFICE First door north of Bovd's Furniture Store. PLYMOUTH, IND. JOSH T2. SSEöEXa&Elt, DEALER IN WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELRY. - Plymouth, Intl., KEEPS ,-onsUntlr on hand Clocks, Watches, BREAST PINS, EAR RINGS, FINGER RINGS, LOCKETS, tc, ic. D-Clocks, Watches, Ac, repaired in the best manner possible. jam 7 'SS-tf. PAKKER HOUSE, H- M. HOPKINS PROPRIETOR. LAPORTE, INDIANA. V. V. AXTELL, CtrjtK. ju!3 331y : J. H. OASE, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE HAS moved his office on? door north of .?rce Clothing ptore, near the Democrat pi in tin office, on Michigan street, where he will giv prorapt Vntion to all clainu entrusted to him fo collectiou, - lras Justice of the peace or in hich er courts. T. . ";ng ic, promptly attended to Plymouth, Ind!, Spt. 9. lS38-42tf. SHÄV1HQ, IIAIRDHiSSUlG AND Shampooing Saloon, On Michigan st, epnof'tc Pierce's Clothing store where the subscriber is ready at all times, during business hours, to do up Shaving, Hair cutting &c, in less time and better style than ever before known in this ridait: and he hones that hereafter, by a strict attention to business, to merit a liberal pat trona from the citizens generally. ALFRED BILLOWS. 37-tf. J. J. -YIIYAIirv TTOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Particular X X ' attention paid u Obstetric Practice, and Chronic d lie as of Wonen, and diseases of Children- Office orcr C. Palmer's store, corner Michi gan and Laporte streets, where he can be consulted at all hoars. l-3tf. m. A. 0. BORTOtl, SURGEON DENTIST, &TJrrtr-r w ""rT A 3 :M lttmnK wfiaops hfl Will he Dft pared at all times. (Mondays and Tarsdays excepted) to perform all operations pertaining to the Dental profession. Special attention riven to cleansing the teeth. Diseases of the aiouth treat ed with success. Satisfaction will be given to all who may favor him with a call. VT Rooms in Pershing's building, up stairs en trance first hall door. may 20-26lf. DU. T. A. BORTOlTi Physician and Sargeon, Office over Pershing's Drug Store, in Dr. A. O BorUn's Dental Rooms, Michigan street, east side corner f Gano, where he may be consulted dur. ing office hours. Dwelling two doorsnorth of the Court Howe, Ccnc et west side, Tlymotith, Ind EDWARDS HOUSE, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. W. C.Edirnrds) V-i A 1 - " Proprietors. "Tic Old Folks at Home." W. C. EWARDS hfls returaed to the Edwards House, which became so popular with the public, uuurr ins management, a iv rears aro, wnere ne will in future aid in suncrietendinz its affairs. The House has been entireU refitted and newly furn ished. It is commodious and comfortable in all its departments No pains or expense will be ppared to render it a first class Hotel. Travelers, and all others, will find every desirable accommo dation. In connection with this house is a large and con venient stable, where prompt attention will be Siren. apr21n21. HARTFORD ire Insurant Compnir, Of HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT. CAPITAL, $500.000; surplus 298,642 23; as sets Januarr 1. 1859, 738,632 23. Incorpo rated 1810. II HüKTiNCTOX, President; T C Al lyn, Secretary; D Alexander, General scent fo the West, Columbus, Ohio. Policies issued bv HORACE CORBIN, Apent. be3-101j . Plymouth, Ind. F. HECTQ11 SIUTH.1 JOS. BRELSfflED. JUL. 33- WOULD respectfully announce to the public that they hare this day associated them selves together in the practice of MEDICINE & SURGERY. The increasing demand for Dr. Smith's services rendering it impossible for him to attend to the calls of his friends promptly, he is happy to inform them that he can cheerfully recommend'Dr. Basns ford, as a gentleman who ha an extensive expe rience, together with a thorough medical education. Having permanently located in Plymouth, they will attend to all calls with promptness and fidelity. Particular attention paid to SURGERY and CHRONIC DISEASES. OFFICE Second door west of Pierce's Cloth ing Store. Plymouth, Marth 15, 1859 ICtf The Undersigned, ATTORNEY ATLAW, RESIDING AT KNOX. STARK COUNTY. IND.. Will give strict attention to all Legal business in trusted to him by the citizens of Stark, Marshall, Fulton and Pulaski Counties. He has also, in company with Dr W W CALK INS, Recorder of Stark Countv established a RE Ali ESTATE AGEXCY, and they have a large amount of Land, and sever al Farm for sale or exchange for other propertv. Feb 17 f59-12mG. JAMES O'BRIAN. " For-Etpa of Hartford, Cash Assctts, $1700,000 For IWnlx do do 420,000 For Peoria, Marine and fire Insurance Company, of Peoria 111., Cash Ajsetts $300,000 Policies issued at the lowest possible rates. Offce on LaPurte street Plymouth Ind. (24m3 FULLER W. T. FULER, Proprietor, South Plymouth, Ind. This Hyuse has been refitted and furnished and is now under the management of an experienced landlord vho will give good fare at low rates.- Are prepared to execute every description of Fashionable Dress Making, Cutting, ic, and all kinds of sewing executed in the best manner. WE HAVE just received, and are offering for sale cheaper than uuj other establish ment in Plymouth, a large assortment of Boots & Shoes for Summer ware. Don't fail to call before you purchase, and examine our stock. 24 EDWARDS k VANVALKENBUKGlI. BENDER HOUSE. J. D. CLARK, - - - - Proprietor, KNOX, STARK CO. IND., Has refitted the tame.and is now prepared to give satisfaction to all tl ose who may give him a call. Persons visiting Knox c .11 and see for yourselves. SJm3. It- TIME TABLE TO TAKE IFFRCT AraiL 28, AT 8 40 o'clock a m Going West Going East Itc Plymouth 4 30 r ML're Laporte 8 40 A M do Clark's 4 4a da do rianic Koaa o as ao 5 00 do doStillweU 0 13 do 5 08 do do Van's 9 23 do 5 25 do do Kankakee 9 35 do 545 do do Walkerton 9 55 do 6 00 do do Knott's 10 12 do 6 10 do do Tyner 10 20 do 6 25 do do Clark's 1030 do 6 40 do Ar. Plymouth .1050 do S. EDWARDS, Agent. do Tncr do Knott's do Walkerton do Kankakee do Van's do Stillwell do Plank Road Ar. Laporte 01,000 WANTED!! All persons owing me, whose accounts are due, are hereby notified that I need the money , as I cannot pay my debts until my dues are paid, and not wish ing to subject any man to costs, yet if thu call is not responded to immediately, I am compelled to adopt means more effectual. II. PIERCE. Plymouth dee 7, '59 lltf . - - , Pike's Peak Gold linc! 1- OCATED THREE MILES WEST OF Plymouth, near the Pittsburgh Ft Wayne and Chicago R R. Eighty acres of land fifty acres improved; small house all of which can be bought NOW for one thousand dollars . For particulars enqnre of D. McDoüald or on the subscriber on the premises. A. G. ARMSTRONG. Plymouth Feb 3d 1859 ' nlOts I will paj one cent per pound for old iron, deliv ered at my Foundry in South Plymouth. fcbl9"9 11tf - F II HALL. XTTTE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE V V JD Work of eTery description on the short est", possible notiee and in as good style aa anyothcr ofTice in northern Indiana. Persons about having Job work done are invivited to call and examine our numerous specimens of PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING. Having the advantage of a Job Press and the latest styles of Job Type, we ca and will giro enure satisfaction to all who may fciror us with their work. We are prepared to print CARDS AND ENVELOPES . for Merchants and others, on short notice. Call at the DiMOAaAT Office, over H. Pierce'a Clothing Store, and leave your orders. ' PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY , MAY 26, 1859. Kindness. . A little word ir kindness spoken, A motion or a tear, Has often healed the heart that's broken, A ad made a friend sincere. A word, a look, has crushed to earth Full many a budding flower, Which, had a smile but owned its birth. Would bless life's darkest hour. Then deem it not an idle thing A pleasant word to speak; The face you wear, the tho'ts you bring, A heart may heal or break. RED HAND; A TALE OF REVENGE." CHAPTER I. "Life's but a walking shadow a poor player." Skaktpemre. "Letae die to tweet music" J. W. Shuckert. " Gt forth, Clarence Stanley! Hetce to the bleak lrorld, dog! You hare rc paid my generosity with the blackest in gratitude. You have forced uy name on a 35,000 check have repaatedlj robbed my money drawer, hart perpetrated a lony erie of high-handed villaiuies, and now to-night because, fortooth, 111 not give you more money to spend on your disto lute companions, you break a chair over my aged head! Away! You area young man of noprinciple. Don't eTer speak to - me again." These harsh wotds fell from the lips uf Hoiace Blinker, one of the meicbant prin ces of New York Citr. He snoke to Clarence Stanley his adopted son, a beau tiful youth of nineteen summers. In vain did he plead his poverty his tender age and inexperience in vain did ho fasten those lustrous bloe eres. apDealincr tear fully upon Mr. Blinker, and tell him he would raake'th? pecuniary matter all pght in the Fall, anc that he merely shattered the chair over his head by way of a joke. The stony-hearted monster was remorse less, and that night Clarence Stanley bo came a wanderer in the wide, wide world. Ae he went forth he uttered these words: "II. Bunker, beware ! A Red Hand is around you, my fine feller!" CHAPTER II. " a man of strange wild mien one who has seen trouble." Sir Haer Scott. "You ask me don't I wish to see the Constitution dissolved ami broken up; I answer nerer, wecer. NETEa !". IF. Faxon. They will join our expedition." Anon. :j,nt liuclanan'i in$truetiou to the Collector Toledo. "Westward the hoe of Empire Stars its way." Geo. N. True. Seventeen years have become engulphed in the vast and moist ocean of eternitj ince the 6cene depicted in the last chapter occurred. We are in Mexico. Come with me to the Scarlet Banditti's Cave. It is night. A tempest is raging tempestuous ly without, but within we find a scene of dazzling magnificence. This CaTe is spa cious. Chandeliers of solid gold hang up suspender? around the gorgeously fur nished room, and the marble floor is star studded with diamonds. It must have cost between two and three hundred dol lars to fit this cave up. It embraced all the modem improvements. At the head of the cave lite-size photographs (by Bai Ij) of the bandits, and framed in guilt, were hung up suspended. The bandits were seated around a mrble table which was uculped regardless of cost, and were drinking gin and molasses out of golden goblets. When thej got out of gin, fresh supplies were brought in bj laves from a two horse wagon outside, which had been captured after a desperate and' bloody struggle, on the plains of Buena Vista. At the head of the table sat the Chief. His features were swarthy but elegant. He was splendidly dressed in new clothes, and had that voluptuous dreamr air about him that would rivet the gaze of folks gen e rally. In answer to a highly enthusias tic call, be arose and d? lire red an able and eloquent speech. We regret that our space does not permit us to give this truly great speecn in mil ; we can only give a synop sis of the distinguished speaker re markb: 'Comrades, listen to your chief. Yu all know my position on Lecompton. 7 Where I stand in regard to low tolls on the Ohio Canal is equally clear to you, and 8' with the Central American question. ,. I believe I understand my .little Biz. My position on the Horse Railroad question JL decline defining until after the Spring election. Whichever way I says I don't say so myself unless I hare said so al so. : Comrades I be virtuous and you'll be happy.'- ' ' . ' ' : The chief sat down amidst great ap plause, and. was immediately presented with an elegant gold headed cane by his com rades as a testimonial of their great ; re spect. ... t CHAPTER III. This is the last of earth." Page. .... "The hope of America lies in its well conduct ed school houses." Bone. "I wish it to be distinctly understood that J want the Union reserved." Brown. "Sine qua non Ipse Dixit quid pro qui bonne Ad infinitum E Umbos Prarom." nnrn. Two hours later. Return we again to the Banditti's Care. Revelry still holds hih carnival among the able and efficient bandits. A knock is heard at the door. From his throne at the head of the table the chi.f cries "come in!" and an old mar. haggard, white-haired, and sadly bent en ters the cave. "Messieurs," he tremblingly ejaculates, 'for seventeen years I hare not ' tasted foodl" . : -i . . : 1 L . "Well," said a kind hearted bandit, "if that's to I expecLyott must he father faint. We Jl get you a - warm meal immediately, strarijorerl" ?4HeId 1 ' whispered the bandit in tones of thunder, and rushing slowly to the spot, "this is about played out. Beheld in me Red Hand, the Bandit Chief once Clar ence Stanley, whom you cruelly turned in to a cold, world sörenteen years, ago this rery night ! Old man, prepare to go up!" Saying which the chief drew a sharp earr ing knife and cut off Mr. Blinker's ears. He then scalped Mr. B., and cut all of his toes off. The old roan struggled to extri cate himself from his unpleasant situation, but was unsuccessful. My goodness," exclaimed he piteous ly,."I must say you are pretty tough. It seems tome-' ' This is all of this ' intensely interesting tale that will be published in the Plaindeal er. The remainder may be found in the great, moral larailv newspaper, "The Windy Flash." published in New York, by Stinkins. The "Windy Flash" circu lates 4,000,000 copies weekly. It is the All firedest Paper printed. It it the All firedest Paper printed. It is the All. firedest Paper printed. It is the All firedest Paper printed. The Cussedest Best Paper in the World. The Cussedest Best Paper in the World. The Cussedest Best Taper in the World. The Cassedest Best Paper in the World. It's s Motal Paper. It's a Moral Paper. It'a a Moral Paper. It's a Moral Paper. Sold at all the Corner Groceries. Sold at all the Coiner Groceries. Sld at all the Corner Groceries. Sold at all the Corner Groceries. Cleveland Plaindealer. Curious Fact. Mr. Buckland, the naturalist, says of the chameleon: Betwixt the two sides ot the body there seems a lack of sympathy. Ono eye may be looking straight forward, while the other is looking as directly backward. One may be asleep, while the other is wiae awaae, ana mis Kina 01 inaepenceni J J J 1. 1 d separate action applies to each sides of e creature to its limbs. It can not swim because its limbs refuse to act in con- cert. Could the two sides understand one another, and agree on a prescribed course otactioii.it might always be awake, or 1 - t- Tt . I . nan awaitc. nui u gama noining oy us unilateral independency; the two sides are I'l . 1 .1 . . . i i line iwo norsos mat wont wont in narness. It Seems Strang, with a peculiarity, that on tree, or terra firma, the creature should l II. I -r twosfaea Rl?inJ PJ29ri8s .Bul as lhe the insect tribes refise to come to it.' so they seem, in regard to all culinary mat ters, to agree to sink their differences, and to more in harmony. The stomach is a potent harmonizer. (From the Nebnukia. and Times, Oma'ia City.) Opposition. In the States a rarty is springing pun- der the assumed name of opposuiou. It is compi of blick republican,, know nothing, or North nd South American.. di.ani.ni. , and ,b. end. of ever; ... au,. ........ .vnu m me HÜUD vi u.nug ... uenwrnue party. ana securing ior iwmseives the "Joaves e .1 I .. . and fishes. It is ipartr like the chamele- on. of every hue aid color, without any particular pnncipU except opposition.- lh:Vll ... ; iwiaMia kuai, tho name has becoae unpopular, and that J j - Q - VI,V parties in oppositio to it. This partr on ."ö" " peses everything .he democracy do or propose to do. M Seir name means any- iliinrr Jr. mtifit h ircf nr:il !n a This oppoe.tron optsed the admission of VJ!:" JiB..:7,,?.,1 .r . . .i tt . .i vmvvmi int uuuis im uuuirti anpru-i priauon diu ineyppuseu ine Dili opeo inr the New Yorkndian lands in Kansai .1 1 .I . 1 .ii to settlement br thwhites-ther ODDosed everything coming-om the democrats that SICKLEs Tragedt for Amüsement. A Is for the good f die country. Their Ieller t0 tn N Y; Express, from Gallatin, creed is simply "cposiiion" to democra- Tenn., dated April 24th, says: "A dread er. Thev hare r other plank in their ful accident has just occured at the Law platform that they ill avow, though there are many other rotn ones. ine repuoiicyn, uere ana eisewnere, are proclaiming tlr "opposition" , ricto- ries. and they croas lustily over such a victory as an abobn triumph. In' Öt. Loa they claim tbe free democrats; in Cincinnati, opposin; in Connecticut, re- publican, and in Ccao and Boston, ab- olition. But all t'se in 1860 are to enter thA fitrht under thiama ot onnnatMon - . m . . I TU party will be Vaposed of a speckled, raotely crew of pocal hacks and moun- tebanks, broken-da. jaded, wind-galled old office-seekers; nd the fanatics who follow in their lead. i Can such a party cceed? We answer. Never. Composed so many discordant elements, it mst ft to pieces. Nothing butthe hope of, puo plunder cau for a mv 7 r, 7 . : l loS"lCT- Thatr rill lall rnt iTlflr IhAmcolvoo .Chfnl, nmiouvii"'0"'i.vini. uutii a party could neriuccesfully adminis- ter the affairs of tl gorernment. Their rery first act after tory would create a ferment among the)posing factiens that would cause an extiou. . Such a party caever succeed over the united, inrincible,nd unterrified dem. "Tdemoacyrty of principle, and has ever been a rt o progress. It has infMigurated afet every measure of a national charactehich has accomplish- ea fijooa. . TV. it.fMAMtw f lift nntv ...ij I .r. ' v 3 fcartr which has tteoafidence and bud- - f . -r ,i . . i port of trerr port of this glonoas con- federacr. and wh aims and' pumosos it - . , T are the perpetuus the Union, the har- mony and progreof the country, the preservation of tVighU of the States, and the general "wre oi ino-wnoie peo- teen times in eaoh minute, each minute ex ple. It knows nfctionaliem, but looks trading all the nutriment from a gallon of! to the greatest good to the greatest num ber. Democracy is opposed to monopo lies atid exclusive privileges. It goes for equal right and exact justice to all men. It has kept pace with the progressive spir it of the age. This government, from the beginning to the presenf time, with rare exceptions, has been under democratic rule, and its prosperity has been unparal led. Its commerce extends to every part of the world, and its flag floats in every sea; us citizens are protected.and the name of an American in every clime is a pass port to faror. All this has teen trought about by the wise and prudent counsels of the demo cratic party. It is the party of the people and has their sympathy and feeling for its continued success. It" is tLe party 'that encourages the development f our coun try, and that will keep it in its present on ward career of progress. It rs the party that is firmly established in the hearts and affections of the tranquil masses. It is the party that will maictain inviolate the hon or and integrity of our government, and perpetuate itg blessings to tho latest poster ity; in which sentiment, with one of old, we exclaim esio perpetua. Waiting: for God. The New Orleans Delta notices a touch ing incident. A little boy was found .lay ing on the grass, and looking towards the sky. On bcintr asked what he was doing, he replied, "Waiting for God! He has taken father, mother, and brother, and I have no home nor anybody to give me any thing. Mother told me, when she was sick, that God would take care of me mother never told me a We, so I am waiting for God to come for me. Won't he come?" "YeSj" said the belovolent man who had found him; and acting as God's agent, he took the little believer home with him. Did any one ever wait in vain for the fulfillment of God's promise? If so, 6peak we have never known the case. One may mistake the nature of given promise, but the promise never fails of fulfillment. One does not trust God in rain. Relief came to the waiting chii i, though, as he ... 0 - a ' I . ... . . . saia, it was a "Jong time on tne way. This circumstance could only strengthei the child's faith, bv testing it. Mothers! teach your children confidence in God. Gira them a hahit ,f Innl-ino tn Him for the supply of their wants, and a blessincr on all thev do. Then heln will I . - . . .... . come wnen tnoy need it will becomo hope- ful and patient, able to discriminate nicely ... and act successfully. We are convinced that those who enjoy their work, enjoy the confidence of the peo- I . . . J Ple and tenefil society, owe their efficiency Tru.ÜngHim Teach child re a this trust. Washington Items. Letter received in Washington f- source entitled to credit, monfinn thnf . t viw mors were prevalent ir, various mr s of T. aly that the Pope might be compelled to take refuge ir. the United States Our Minister. To Rom, and NaPl Speak of i M I1i2l.lv rrobabl.. .1. u condition of ihingi. " The Washington JNew York Tim .rln,.. tu tt.:..j ...- "una, in U 1UCU StaUs Treasurr ronnrt .W. , cash oa hand subject to draft to be 680,- 000. jn 8nspentling iereral of fc Overland routes. t& Post Ofiice Detriment does not interfere with tho Overland Mail to California. erianu a" Tl,. T r7.u r i , ine uuiiuuu jjcruiu, o, vpru zo. 63 VS Ol- H' i, . J . oir m. ueorge uuseiey nas oeen requested to negotiations for a convention relatrng to mg the Mosquito territory. The two matters j IT t0 ?9 wnsidered as a whole, and a sot- Lieme ii l un cjiir noini win rtt r AAnAi .. c-ompaSud bra .itüfto rangemrent on the other. .1. .1 A . Ierriblb De4tii Esactixo tiie 2?nooI aDout 15 om this place. The students were trying (illustrating) the -'' wan, wnen me young mjn who took the part of Sickles jeiked out P,sll which he did not know was lojdod, and shot his most intimate friend. who taking the part of Key, through the chest. Mr. Tap took the part . of pickles. nc Burke the part of Key, It is a rery sad thing,, but the shot was ntirelv lacciuenmi.. xi was at nrst thought Mr I J 1. . . . . . I Burk would recover, but mortification has taku Plac; Mr TaP has suffered so muCu in mind that he has two or three tiraes tried to kil1 himself, but has been prevented by his young friends." ' ' Fron Hall's. Journal of Health , ÄIcepinff Tog-elhcr. W man were te see a quarter of an inch W1 "j"1 P.Ufc a " CUP OI conee, ne would nnt (Irmlr i h.ns,,m. I.. 1 ... .1 I, ... wvcuoc- KnutTs marine whole cup would be impregnated. : If a rery small amount of some virulent poison I be introduced into a glass of water, the drinking of it might not produce instant death, but that would not prove that it was riot hurtful, only that there was not enough o(Uto cause a destructive result immeJi- "j sicken at the thought of Uking the treath of another the moment it laaves the mouth, but that breath 1 mingles with the air about the bed in which "two person. lay; and it is re-breathed, but not the less - . . . , . i - 1 . . 1 ... . ,e,nflTC " a reamy .on account of the d hit on. PTAAn tht h U not , j,. "-v" " ' renewal ei ii3 enterprise in .mcararrua and concentrated from, but each breath make. Lill assuredly try hia fortuno th.Z tl mora con rfent rated. Öna $tUc . . ,i- rupts the atmosphere of the room, by his own breathing, but when two persons are breathing at the same time, twelve or four- air, the deterioration must be plain indeed, especially in a small and close room. A Dira cannot live without a large supply of pure air A Cwnary-bird hung up L a curtained bedstead where two persons slept, died before the morning. m Many inf mts are found dead in bed. and it is attributed to have been overlaid by tho parents; but the idea that any persons could lay stHl for moment on a baby, or anything else of the same size, is absurd. Death was caused by the want of pure air. Besides, emanations, aerial add more or less solid, are thrown out from every per sonthrown out by the process of nature because no longer fit for life purposes! because they are dead and corrupted but If breathed into another living body, it is just as abhorrent as if we took into our mouths the matters of a sore or any other excretion. The most destructive typhoidand putrid fevers are known to arise directly from a number of persons living in one tame small room. Those who can afford it should therefore arrange to have each member of tho fam ily sleep in a seperale bed. If persons must sleep in the same bed, they should be about the same age, and in good health. If the health b much unequal both will suffer, but the healthier one the most the inraild suffering for want of entirely pure All So many cascS are mentioned in standard medical works where healthy, robust in fants and laiger children have dwindled away, and died in a few months from sleep ing with grand-parents, or other old per sons, that it is useless to cite proof. It is the bodily emanations collecting under the same cover which are the most destructive of health- more destructive than the simple contamination of au atmos phere breathed in common. A Sliffhölistalac. The sfinior Mr. Gay, of the National Hotel, Washington, bears quite a resem blance to Gen. Cass, and upon this the correspondent of the New York Times tells lue ,wuowm8 BtorJ: I A . 1. 1 1 . . Bwangor wno supposed lie knew mine host very well put at the National the oth- er nignt, bince this house has been the crack hotel at the capital, it is quite full at this lime, and the new-comer is neces- tilTlh r the first night, sent i the upper oor to 8eeP- Coming down stairs the I nnvt mnvrxr.. - Kill. 1 . . r "mo cross, ne met uen. Cas8 tliere wIl liac a ne iuil of rooms in l,a l.oll rfnnAJ .. l 1 ; I f , iuu nan, .icjcu up mm, anu in l in- cuasoraore forcible and rapid tnan elegant, 1 I T11 I.. 1 1 'f Till . ... ii uo unngea h l n stana it! l ou ve Eut me at the top of the house. I must avo a room somewhere lower down.' Gen. Cass interposing, nervously "Sir, you are mistaken in the person vou arc ad dressing. I am Gen. Cass of 'Michigan.' Stranger (confusedlv.) "Bo vrmrnor. I J n . .. J i' I uvrii, uuuciiti lyHSS inOUIll frid ßa n" . ".fV", f .M Alf m,t Jv .11 - " ..A V V sir." ' " ' s are you, The Gon eaA f.v t mi- i . totÄIM,lh'!, .1. . . ' J0JW irffX 5,",?? i,rn W l.. 'ft -"v" Ktranrrpr f-nrrl hnhU n ,i Hie General heartily and familia.y on th shoulder exclaimed "? hen., Gaj. I've got a rich sell l?"h'. 1 oId (5ass up .fair. .l now! thought it was vou and be-ran nuM'n,. 1.1, about the room." Gen. Cass, (with emphasis,) "Well young man, you've met old Cass aain!" btranger sloped, and has not been heard ox since. - m . . . NOT SO Bit). A hunrer i v - " ""P" toan '""S -di r-i mo siu. I once had my stomach.1 two great balls lodged in Pistol balls? asked one. No.' 'Ah, musket balls then?' 'No,' returned the narrator, 'they were big as my fist.' as 'Why. you don't mean to say ther were cannon balls? exclaimed one of the hear- era wnn aisienaöd eyes, 'No.' 'Why, what were they then?' 'Cod-fish balls,' returned the hunter with a grin. npn , Walter Scott declared that these four lines, by Burns, were worth a thousand romances: Had we never lor'd sae kindlj Had we never lor'd 6ae Llindlv Never met or never parted . We had ne'er been broken-hearted. ÄSTlnfluence is to be measured, not ! the extent of surface it covers, but hr it kind. JC5TTo forgive provocation, h on r.f lno Proos f a great mind. JEverj age. like a dad field has to , . ' . 0 ' . lv oQ pioweu and sowed anew, Chastened sorrow leads us to piayer, but inordinate grief hinders devotion, T'i.f. v 1 i- t , f.J7A ' J 7UTt be General WALKEiu-General Walker is ÄÄ'ü?SÄ rJS doingothing. Heg has many Visitors! he wever of the slamo filibuster l)Z2 STÄ nmA n rr,; Ä c ö zona are erroneous. He contemplates i ... X." iemP,aies ui mu mu u.uinii ivj uuuuia or r buuu no icca inn wav C Hale doubt that his visi that design. San Faan t soon as he sees the war opened. There U - visit here relates to Faancisco cor. X.Y. Up. An editor always considers his better than hiar company, room WHOLE NO 182 Power of Music. Some yeais ago a tall gaunt, knockkneed, red-headed, cross eyed lumixof a Hoosior, who was a hunter of tho classical, Wabash, conceived tha idea of making a visit to the home of his progeniiure to old Kaintuck. : He did so ranted round among1 the girls pome, and was, of course, from his name imprudence and unearthly ujlii.es, the observed of all observers. One morning the whole neigh borhood was aktonMied with the uewsth.M the ugly Hoosier had eloped with Mis. B.. an amiable, good-hoking woman, w'.fe of Mr. B.,and mother of lialf a dozon of li.tfc B's. For two long years iho discc nso'ate husband mourned or'er his untoward be reavement at tho end of that period, how ever, to his utter astonishment one day, in popped Mis. B., looking as bright and rosy as ever. Afer tho iirst jnyful greet ing was over the injt red B. thus addressed his truant spouso: "Nancy, how could you fako up with that ihar onainhly ugly Hoosier, and loave mo and the children all forlorn as vou did?' "Well, Josh said Nancy, "that thair ugly critter from Iadiarny was a little tha best whisler; I used to "think you could whjstle some, but I never heerd" whistlm' as is whistling my senre clean away, and I . foliered him off on that account. A short time ago, liowever, he caught the measles, and they split his whiitlii forev er the charm was broken, and so I con cluded to come back to you, but oh! Josh! that Hoosier was tho awfullest whistler that ever pifckereJ." 77arfrw7 Didex. -S- ta , Singular Occurrence On Friday last several person were engaged in raising a bell by means of a windlass to the tower of the Catholic church at wheeling, Va. The bell had been raised almost up to open space in the cupola. A man named Thom as Newton was below, engaged in guilding the folds of the rope as it would round the cylinder, when o-ne of tho togs in ti e wheels of the windlass fixture gave way. Another re vol u. ion of tho wheel ripped otf all the cogs; tho bell fell to the ground, and Newton, who had hold of the lower end of the rope, was carried trp with frightfid velocity a distance of one hundred feet, and four feet abovo the aperture where the bell was to have been taken in; and before those engaged in the work could compre hend what had happened, Newton, with his hands all lacerated and bleeding, worked himself down opposite the aperture, and called for help to those within. Bishep Whelen, who wr.s on the platform of the cupola, reached out, at the risk of his own lifo, and seiring Newton by the waist pull ed him in. The flesh was all torn from the palms of his hands, even to the bone. The bell weighed three thousand seven hundred pounds, and, as it fell without hindrance, sorno idea may be formed of tho rapidity wirh which Newton ascended. We know who was Blamed roit our Reversks Who shall have cridit fok our Pko-terity. The great crash of 1 057 operated upon the irovernment the same it did upon tiie people. Undo Sam was n badly cramped as any of his fdluw citizens. He found it hard work to pay, and in sonn instances couldn't pay stall. He had to b rrow to get money to pav the "running expenses' of ,iis vernment. Hard limes afflicted him sovimIv. n.! 1. i- running in debt. Then the cry of the op position was "See what thedm:niVkratio is bringing us to this is your Democratic pro-slavery polrvy increase in the public debt of S4 J.Uüü.uOO, and .-.II du to Presi dent Buchanan and the Democracr." That U who was blamed for the haid times. v, the reverse is cominr a'or.n- m f.t as possible. Says the N. York Tribune: "Ve have regained a state which is re- piceainasprosperity: Our mills, fun forges Src, are mces. quite generally active. Labor has nearly lull rnmlr. unotsoiiigii as they were two years since, are higher. i'a the avera-e than they were a year a7o. Trade U brisk. Batiks have full lines of discount and f If M 1. . circulation. Our imports, for tho flr.t four months of J 359, aro fully up to high water mark. Ual estate, in this and oth er large cities, sells readily at high prices And thenj seems to be a very general and confident expectation of still better ahead" The telegraph informed us the other day that the receij ts into the general treasury were amplethat the remaining ten million treasury notes would not be issued that the government would soon- hot rid us debt, instead of enlarging it. yow whose shall hive credit? Tin Domorr were blamed for the reverses of the govern mentwhy are thsy not entitled to the orejic due for Us prosperity. My son, said a doting father, who was about taking his son into business, "what shall be the style of the new firm?" "Well, governor." said the one-and-twenty youth, looking up to find an an swer, 1 don't know, but suppose we call it John H. Samblin & Father." A little three year Id Hrl was ridinrr in the cars with her mother a few days since, when a lady remarked, 'That's s pretty ba by.' The little girl's eyo flashed fire as she drew herself up to her fullest height, and replied, I aint a baby I wear boots and hoops. The Opposition are ahead of the Dem. ocracy in Kentucky on the slavery ques tion. Bell, the Opposition candidate for Governor, goes for a Fedpra.1 cir r- the protection of slavery h the Teiritories even if the people of the Territories 'are opposed to it. Marrofiio. tho Dp candidate, is opposed to Congressional in- lervention, lor or against slavery, in the lornlones. Our readers will perceive that lhe prospect for an union between th Republicans and the Southern Opposition in 18G0 is remarkably brilliant. tin. Com. A fine coat may cover a fool, but never c.onc?aI one. 4 i i i .