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ITilbl-Iir.l) KVIvlV TIu'Kr-L'AY BY j ! ff:c:-: ovi:k piekc i; 5 cl.'Tiin; stork, j Vi-Jr ara V 1 f T-s1 f-J i ! :. : i t ... ' i- V a.--- 'S - c(-:r . i . If :: " - A:: TD " T c.T.T T?.T 1 1 :: ' i. r.'.vtrtia 1 n u: ? öi aa d N 3 fi & h 1 a w L'xe.v.ied villi :icat:i5? . nd .iesn..fih,hc;e. TH"S 0r"sU33C?.TPTICIT. Osr.C.ovwvi AiAANCt:oav;T:n rn:: Year,$1 f11: it-.xjT pu " son business iliucftorn. .Il:jrs5a:?n Conn i.r. Sis-:!. .udu-r AUSTIN PULL-UP. f.-rt Iir.ZKKF A ! I R. PUdIIING. Tr. -i rrr N A Til AN (K! LKS !! U f h .V.-ri?" f). M. ! !,'.A!M). K.ori.r-nhw iiou.hiton. ATTOIINF.YS AT LAW REEVu Ä CAP.OM, Arwra-'T an:? Nol.icios. Pi ;t.r M i-1ki1I Co., In i., ! .ioe in .M ill .:m 1 aili'h'.'m. coun- V Co..Zt'W York. C- I v.I'ar.vt.Ii - Co., Goiild & 15. Cl;5-i-.-.. L ;!)u i C rh!!:i., Cniil', r . . -.-. t- . .: ! If t T . 1 . ..... Circuit Jii'l;', L;o-t, Ink CCRB!N &, CSC CRN Attornv--at liw, tJÜi.-e in Pink !.:i!.;i.Tr, Ply - i nioiith, In 1: in 1 . A. W.PCrtTR. Attorner at I.-i-.v. N -t . irv P.i'':e aa 1 R rl Kstato A-.-nn Iv'i x. .-'i:-k ar; , I t 1 C üeetion ; of -.ieV.-i. t.tm -ift oft te, and all leg.il huine j ... 1 1 promprn ."eiieo 10. j I r- r. t r .","AtTr A't rney at I.iw ami Ni-f n v Patilie, Knox, Stark c;tTitv, liv!, will t;::! lee in the several conu th ot'ihis j'l liei il '.-ireuit, n 1 atten.1 promtly t the payuient of tx.'ä, and collections of eiaiKH. PHYSICIANS. D.I. T- A. GORTON', Phiein and Siuveonulieover Pershins .t Co.'s f):uir 5 tore, in IV. A. O. Norton's Den'al : Room.. Mi-'.i-n, rrt-et. e.nt -M- c of Gano.w't re he may be consulted during ofticv JlUr!' . DR. J- T. CHALr.".IR3, IVoni I).ilt;:norc, will rr.ietice n- dieinp, surerv and oi.stet.ieks. iVnn o;tiy located in Tyner City. .Marxian coar.ty. Indiana. O'.'.i-e one door ..out:, of L'u-ir.v.in Rt-s-.d' Siosv. J. J. VjN'. L. Homrtratld Piiv.d:-;.m. Ptrticu' tr attention nail : o'.so tf.e ;-:;.:', i elt.-onie o - is - A iv am :n. a-d d!-ea - es of caddren . office over C. 1! t?ur;;h Piyriouth. hi h U. C. i:!w.e-,ls Pro.-ri -t :-. - - ! G r : ;.G:r!;t.r.! jc.-!';-;et.-r.- v. :rr ;te 1 üt th-' iunct'oa of ;h.-P. t'Uv.xCK it an IF. & c. H. K., j l .mnt:' I. In '. M. .d.-ad u-ur-s .d ("ii'ibv :ud i ev.'rvf'rihi - ' r r t" c ..'ovi ;" uli I BtN-'CR HOUSF, " " ! J. fi. Ad-dr, T. . K: '.::t .rk wnntv. lul. j r?i 'i I.:;!!e t r U l:-V t 'll ". I I i tC U i,r;!H' oi' M;.-'C G. nc -1 .l..a!...r ia ah kin !,: ?Tovts:on , : :--:-;:-v :..-, t ic i; I i- .'...' a:';, 1,1'.. :rt, -rics, e s:reet, iles'-ti-'t-en, -'so ! ?- re?, ;n. .s..-,.t h- 1 ; fce k. w.-t, o.., 1 r. one .!,:.. r w.-st of II. Pierce's ; . i1! . e -n i, S... !. MiT-h.t!;t t.O. 1 .r btllij! !i I i; .V-- - i : , ith Iii. witr ' o :i !, I'i.tiif ah. bid. : in the t.---t - i-.i.esiii;..'. a . e l to !; . . ..... ! . - r -.'. Ieu!f-ia!-A-s an-i . v.-.d! an i wie hoe ' . i ' . '1 ::: :ri:,i,Ts n,"of jo;-:n w. ;crr,:;.::zit. Dr.u- r ;:i t.-hes. c: '; -. -:! ; -i.-. ':-, Plynionth, In !., k ro';-: ,ir!- t (!.;; , vv.ttch-s, f.rea -.t. pij.s, ,. r:.s, l-M-i i- r;:i...-, !,-k;-.N, , tc. Clocks and w.it-. In'', etc., rr-i in the b-:M D- iVicVILLfAArS, IVuh'rln s iv " i. 1 i.i: t" oi ''i..is. f--rocei-i s Ct"., W't s, Mi "in .-.',- -,-t, Plctiiouth. In.l. G- BLA5N El Co. Drutr ftieei, Pom ,1,;:!, In.J. ; - i st..Ktnt, Detiers in -M-i;.!:- -.'.w I'm -v ly ,i, .i.d srorh-s wvs:,.Im olieiii-.ui s'reel, Pi wee.t.'i, Ind. T. A. LEMON', Dealer in druirs, me !i-in,.s, nofionü, üterai v TiU.tr-ini-s p. -h is. etc., noith Li'ioite street, Plymouth, Ind. H. FIERCE Dealer in ready-ni.de clothuc, cloth of all kinds, and mi im :",iet ures to or ;ir evrv tiling in bis line, store under democrat odice, V month, led. RIOC &, GM1TH- PeaWsin staple ai.d fancy dry "fi.. f;lln. fTocfr.'. s k door south of the IMni-ds uone. Piymoiitli, Ind. ADOLPH MYER, IV Peidor in watches, clock?, jewelry and not! ASt fide, Michi-an?tre t, Piy month, I,,d. oris T. McDOII AIjD, P,e.U rt,.te agent and not try public, oili-e i P.ck?on' hardware v,vr. PK i.n.iol. Pr.iw fi-.il-, mortL-a-i-s, bon.l's, and a"tee wenta, lands, cxauine.s titles iind fnrnldit ahstracti of the ki mo, pays taxis ..u,d redeems land sold for taxes. J. BROWNLElT yiiK.iitli, lud. ! Dealer in dry goods ofaM kinds, rmceiies, w otc, Mielriran s'.m. t, riymouth, Ind. are E PAUL. W in b .ots and ! i, nnnafvictii g all kinds of horn ."work in his line, Miehlen street, Piv mor.th, Ind. J. F. VAN VALKENBURGH . m-ifat-turer of and dealer in boots :illd hor-a ,f iery ilejtcripiion, bnstn-.-s .stand one door south oftl.i Uiik. Plvmonth. Ii.d. c. HAsiiANGuii & "ciTcTäT" " 7Uriufartnrersofv.;.-oil.s, caui.es etc. Hlaek- SKiii.iir.ir. o.iiiitui r i-n. I r.;..; .1 . . . 1 So column 0 im-r. j T !m f u-m v l !l c"r'pb te n-ortmentof I Ilatod Table Snoons, I'UuA Ton Spoon 1 late J Dessert -po-ms Silver platc-d forks. ,I,0 GILCHRIST'.S CbF.CRATCI) AMERICAN IIAZORS and STROPS. 7 Old pens ot ail izo aid .and warranted 1-4; carets tine, all of which wili be old on reaonal)le terms. ADOLPH MVERS. Maya, IPfiO i.vr VOL. 1. .Sclcctcti Joctrn. KISSING THROUGH THE IV 1XDOW EV IHZF.L HRKEN'E, TU iTr,:i forA. bunvnsr. tliriuin? ku, Frcssoil on the ih. ik of Voni.ui, A;i!c s.i heaven on tJitli of bli.s A 0!m ih;i:.irinn' tli U! hunrsn. B it it v;u w.Hir vour licu t to let-1 All l.mniiii: into cin h r, JllSt ?!i; ;)p)llli! :l!!'ilvly Stt'.tl A sweet ki-i? thron-Ii the wiudo. Tv tricil it ;it tho hour of ten, When "r.i -in "M;t" wi re sieej inir; In Suin' iers calm, in storm, and whon The lir:ve were t'reely weeping; 'Ti-i all the same ;js vnlless bli:?; An 1 : 1 : n. : 1 ,r no"." c:in hii ltr Tie? i-oet he will die er kiss I irlhiir through tiie v.'iii!ov,-. fltcttir ytlistcü;uii). ' ' Tl!E GitF.AT PIZE FltUlT. Bv retiuest, this week we publish the rounds of the great fighr between lleenan and .Sayers, as reported in the London News. The long projected light betweeen llee nan and Sajors took place yesterday. By four o'clock in th mornitig the visitors to the seen? of action were conveyed from Ilia London Bridge. Station, and they alighted near Fetcborough. ,v- r , . , , . , . 1 ht 1:lstoJ two 1,( urs and eiufht , minutes, during wfiich thirty-nine rounds were fought. S tyeis drew tirst blood and lleenan claitne tho lirst knock down; ... , . . a.VPrs ,,ot shoW uy signs of pun- ! isl-meut, bat his right arm Was lUUch ili- i. . . ,. v . v jj'i'ed troni ins attempts to war 1 o!t Heo- 'mi's ttenütidous blows. Heenati o:ic ' , . .... , ,"1 t-n"ii" '1 ins .11111, j-cnieil about to strangle him. The. subsequently left the ring, and do- "--'jcl ireda d:av;u b ntle, but two or tnree ! more skirmishes were made, lleenan j seemii.g i:idi!ierci;t as to whether he struck layers or Lis öe.'oaCs. T! 1 P 1 .. 1 . Alio ai 'j 01 pejpie. at tue iint was mi- roense. Loa g before four o'clock this Tiij.v.l.iv nior;)ihg, London CriJgo Sla- . " . .... tl' M w 'itei.iiiy bsieg"d oy sspectators tc wiitos tiie tlgiit, and at half past four o'clock the first sp-ci-il train was dispatch- cd, oo:i!:ipii!)g;tlxdt twenty thatisap. J peo p!e, a:: I after travel'u r about two bonis and a half, arrived at. a place called 1, uea:- i'ornliam. where all the persons ,r0'' out f th-trai l when af.er crosin' scv- .o.d liehls and ditchefi, they arrived at a ! snuo- me l low, in whhdi n ron. rin- u-w I i formed, and at precisely 7 1-2 o'clock the twii nv;i Jtpp-arnl and entered the tin". vvl. 'n in J..Miieia 1J ooproacheu Savers jaml d,0,,k hands very warml'. ! . i it . . , . . , j 1st ro'itnl. Savers led out with hu left, and caught Htenan on tho mouth, and up on a second f-int In? lauded a significant! blow upon HeeTi tn's i.oe. wlit ;u the latter .cho-. d and got hold of Sayers neck and Sayers fell to the ''round. 2d. Iieenan, afo-r ;i Jew minutes eyein-' ' his antagonist, k-t dy his left and land-1 ed a blow on his mouth, closed and tit row I.im. t 1. Hornau caught Sayers on the mouth the latter filling. -lib. Iieenan went up to Savers, shot out trern'MKiou-dy with his left, and hit Saver again on the mouth, and sent him spinning to the ground. In the fi'ih and sixth rounds Sayers fell w-JMioU anj juninment bing given on cither S'de. 7th. Savers landed a fearful blow on Ileenan's left cheek, cutting it open, and his left eye became almost immediately in darkness. This round lasted twelvo minutes, and ended with lleenan knocking Sayers down by a blow in the mouth. ctio lleenan shot out with his left, but'; w is beautifully slopped by Savers' light. After much parleying on both aides, llee nan caught Sayers on the mouth, and caused the claret to Mow profusely. This round Iated twenty minutes, and ended with Heenan knocking Sayers down. Dlh. lleenan went up to Sayers, caught j him on the mouth, and sent him sprawl inr to mother earth. Dctting, which had been up to this time two to cue on Sayers, roso to even, lleo nan having the call. Kuh. Heenan closed and threw Sayers heavily. lllh. Sayers struck Heenan on tho mouth and fell. 12th. Iieenan went up to Sayers and knocked him down, which by also I id in the thirteenth. llili, Uounter-hitting on both sides in j the mouth, closed, and Sayers fell. 15th. He-tftian caught Stivers in the 1 1 : . 1 r . . . . iiu'ui 11 ..im .ii.-. lau, .tn'i ."'jih hum spin ning round, and with his ri-dit cati'dit him on the jaw, Sayers going down. 1 C tli After a few exchanges Heenan shot out and knocked Sayers down. Tho seventeenth was a similar round to this. 18th. Sayers did much toward closing Ileenan's right eye, and fell. 19th and 20th rounds. They closed, Heenan throwing Sayers in both instances. PLYMOUTH, 1 In the 2!stai!d22d vouiuls IIcpikitj went up tt fiijers and knocLed him down. j Loud cheers. Betting four to one on iieenan- viu;r some severe hitting on uo.n sides Heenau's f.ioe becamo much distig - tired, tltey closed, and Sayeta h.ad a throw net 1 4 f . . 1 . . ,1 recorded in his favor. 24th. Ilmenau shot out and ln.odcd layers down. , . . ölli. mayors caught lleenan a poser on the nose, the claret living about; the two j closed, and Saycts fll under. 2ti( 11. Savers laoild fi 0 wro Idow rm j w . . w .. ..... Ileenan's cheek, and feil. i . . i lleenan lollowetl .yers about the ring, 6liglitly counter-hitting. The form-j er landing another severe blow on Savers" mouth, and fell. 23th A si . ilar round to the hist, Savers falling. 29lh lleenan with his left caught. Sav ers in the mouth and brought him to tjie ground heavily. 30th Sayers caught Iieenan a bang on the nose; the two closed, and Sayers once more fell. 31st Sayers landed a severe blow on the mouth, the two closing and Sayers fail ing under. 32d In this round Iieenan retired to Ids corner, and seemed rather reluctant at be ing called out. Sayers looked at him anx iously, let lly with his left, and gave a tell ing blow on Ib enan's frontispiece. Bet ting even on Sayers. At this time it was evident that davliirht was b cornin" of no avail to Iieenan, as both his eyes were. r'iaj'ly closed, and his face altogether pre denied a frightful appearance. o3d lleenan landed a craslior on Savers mouth, and sent him spinning to the 3 Ith Sayers hit out rapidly, twice giv ing it to lleenan, both on thß homj and mouth. lleenan however, followed Sav- 'ers up and struck, h'm heavily on the mouth , and f-cnt lam to the giound. 35th The two soon closed, and Savers - getting bold of Ib ei.an by ll:e i;.-.-k hit him otcr the t-ve severely. 3Gth Tlio two closed; and Sayeis was thrown. 37th lie nan e;avo Savers one on the mouth, the latter filling. 38th Sayeis closed and fell. 39ih Iieenan gave Sayers on-3 on the bead when ho bad almost rer.ched the ground. A foul blow claimed, but not persisted in, being considered as an acci dent. 4Uth lleenan got Iiis arm aiound Sayers to all appearances was strangling; him. "Cries of dirt him go, were n.ised lleenan, however, stuck to hid hold, and the ring was broken in. The greatest excitement prevailed Tho umpire was carried away in tlu thiong 4 JO and tho fight was prematurely brought to! an end, neither having been declared the winner. Tho contest lasted two hours and eight minutes. London, April 18. The-rt i? a rumor this morr.ing that the men wiil fight again, but nothing authentic has transpired, and there has not been a meuiing of the par ties interested. N V April 28. Tho Times' London correspondent stiys: "I visited lleenan last night, and found ! him comfoi table, and in excellent condi tion and spii its. He is anxious to fight Savers as soon as possible, if he is not sat isfied with the present result. Tho indig nation of tho Americans here, and, in fact, a large portion f the Dritish public, is loudly and vehemently expressed. "The ring was broken into by a pack of thieves, who used tho excuse to rob every one. It was well known that Ilme nau would not be allowed to carry tho champion belt out of the couuliy, the En glishmen who have bet their all on Sayers as Koon as they saw tie ir champion was lusin", resorted to the most unfair means, keeping; Heenan back and pulling him down. A meeting of the Americans will take place i 1 London to-night, &nd you may expect to see some controversies in the newspaper0. Mr. Oeorgo Wilkes will demand the bolt for Heenan, and will furnish testimo ny to show that he is entitled to it. Of one thing your readers may rest assured Heenans rights will be properly alt 'nded to, and his position will bo maintained to the lust." The Tribune fays: 'A gentleman now at tho St. Nichols, and who witnessed tho fight, eays that when Heenan had got Sayers in such a po sition that ho must inevitably bnve won dho battle, John Morissoy cut the ropes and lei Heenin (ill to the ground." ! grouna. wmrh le I: :.t'd indil rescued i,y Ul,i.lr,j t,t Gryety papers, slave code, cat-1 ' ,n , . " ttu.: t. 1 . 1 . 11. 011 . r . . j j 1 1 w I parted. I lie rai!rids a:d c-u.als l::iv- Si.s':h i-e ' It was now very plain to be seen thr.t yawl ab-.ut a mi.o b-.ow. ( apoii L-cey s ip ,1 ,pllinei Constitution and Union,! , , ..... .. ; , Sayers' right arm was not of much avail little boy was taken from his fath.r and;oUjunU l?,irfurnfirVt c, :il oil libert I u ' '' ri lh" ,:tl'Ml 'r ! Iii' " to him, from the repeated stopping of s.vcd by tho mdd, eX,r(i,ns i.f Mr. Wm. hoop-skirts, ic, you have on hand? ?. " iUm v 1 h ! ' bIow3,and II.rna.rs hand al-o bocamo very Mumiy. ih, jdiot, who. :;fter hi, ,af, Pel.b0llS liable tf le niV do . Wt!,af 1 at 'f'-; ? ti.,.. a. k ..i i... i. i ; .-.! ci . .ivii'inci,. T .1... l.r. ... .... . . . 1 h'- Cooral O:iio ro . 1. .-as of Newark. ' ü'ih.?., , ..vi.. me 'u n.- - ........ . ...... well to cut I ie aO'fVö out ami nut it im in . - INDIANA, TIIUiDAY, MAY 10, 18(50. prtin2crj UI-tke-inc; lix rui-XTS. sv-imr T v - A. T. L icy v.-.. i hurn.-d 0:1 1! ,; Mi.ssissij.pi river, blow Cairo, on Thuraday The fdlowiüg inci !Mits f iha calamity are j takelt liom the ao.'-.tüüR 01 tlie 11 vor pap - fin 1 , 1 . .1 pers. 1 ne o-.iat ,-.i-i on bar.i oMween i.- ! 200 and 1 ,300 tuns of flight, the princi- pal art id-.? of whhdi wt-re il "tr, p...;k, -orn, ;o-us, hay. baron, nrd, whi-ky, mercirin - di-e. 2 .0 head ..f r-.".L and a ! n -g ipt. - .n - tity ..f I ;;b tl rope -he whole valued at . 12J,000, v. l.ie i k luily insured. im ;o;:ts. Mr. Worley pay-: S.-eing Capf. Laccy Ii Ii i-t lio v iitm 1. -i nd i n J b 1 1 1 1 1 hi it i rl . , it.. iv. 1 j I in the other, his wife frantic wit ti fright, I ... . . . "".! was cltngng to Ins p'-roii, he approacied; the (.'aptain and told him if tie would give', j him the little giil lie would try to save her j The captain gave her up. sin todng wil - Üngly, vvitiioitt a word of objection, while her liule brother cluno; to bis father, and iti a moment after with his arms clung around his i.rk he bravely plunged into the water. The child strangled very much at the tirsi immersoti, but still clung to our informants neck, whostrvtek out for the! snore. lie ha;l swam but a short distance when he was assaild by a largo go r man woman, who. in her struggles, pushed him and the liule giil beneath the surface, which again caused her to strangle, but she still held on. Noa ing a drift pile, both ous informant and his piecvuis charge were sucked under the logs by the treacherous wavn; and runenf,. ;:;! while under, strug gli'i for Iii- owt, life, liavivg become bad ly strangled, ho inh:ed the gta-p of tho little giil around his neck, and s't.o prob ably caught by her night dress in the drift, was lo.-,t. Our informant on emerging froraVuo diif happily caught a log, on A large numb of deck passungers threw" lit'kh-clvcs ovi ilainrd, and many ' wore drr"nv:i d. O' e (i. rnian Hi st inhu- 'mtudv l--f; ins two v .ung chil-tren in their I. a . j seOs to be cou.-unn-i uy tiienre while lie ! made good hi e-cap-j to shore. One pio.r Inh w oii in. who was con fined t'o her IhM-lh by the Si. Vhus drince, was lost. Aii ilh.n- liish wouian, with wliom the v. i :er;i;;l feeling was strong as life, itüetf, w i aped ii r lit; hi Labe in her bltitiket and safely reached the shore with the pieeiotts bundle in her firms. Her angiiish n-'.ty be itjt.tgin -d. when, on un- windiu:'' the h n-ket, she found h-T lilth child sudocatcd and dead. The number of :.?' tie o i b.;fd was 11C. The gro'tns and h wli:.!gs of ti.ese poor aninials as the hie ran :d o-g tlicir backs and roaswd them alive, all th.-d bv th.'i horns Lo the forward and after oaiards, with no way of csctip", is described as most a w ful and d i o i --ing. Mis.. Hutchinson, of i'ine DluiV, Ark., h.ad tote-eeded in re iehi-'g the shore, was assisted up the ban!;, ai d f-dl backward in io the water. A life preserver which k!i" wore.us-dsted by her crinoliiie, buoyed iter up amid the drift wood by which she was hemmed in. All saw her but ai the moment it was impossible to assist her, and kIio remained in th water about twen ty minutes. Finally. Pilot Mundy, who had b.'en unremitting in his cxeitions to rescue those in '.ho wa'er, plunged in and brotl 'ht her safely to shore. A genllema 1, who w is unable, to swim, picked up a Iii!- bib ; b d niging to a deck passenger, and into ihn water. ILs life preserver prevented him fiom sinking and he succeded in reaching the di iL wood which had formed along shore. Placeing ihe infant on a large stump, he scrambled up a tree beside it. and was seen to throw water in his o vn ,vi 1 the infant's face, to brotect them from tU j heal omitted by the burning boat. Tlw trei? and s'ump pe canio sepeiated, and in doing so t!m stump turned par'llv arotn 1, and the child would have beer, lo.-t but for the fiet that its head lodged 0.1 auo'her pi ce of wood. In man;!-, Iviag upon a ort of raft, formed by the the two pieces of timber, w hich the leact wave miht seperate, i!ii cries could be plainly heard on shore. Tho second cook of the but. in compiuy with one or two others, went t its assistance, and su--oeeded in gotin r it ahore; lut its suifer ings had hi en too great, an. I tlseie, on the bank of Inn gieat river, lit up by the glare of tho burning boat, and surrounded by anxious faces, the pirit of tho little inci dent took its departure. itiT Irvin Scott, a full-blooded African, was elected supervisor o tho road dij trict adjoining the town of Ihdlefontaine, Ohio, on the 1st of April. Under tho re cent decision of tho Supreme Court of Obit, it is said negroes hare the right to hold office in that State. Such i Repub licanism in Ohi. T r 1 in 11 1 1 11 11 ) iiMii 11 1 ' J The CexU3. The f.-ü.nvin;' is an ox- (client take off on (iuestioi-s to bn asked Iy the census takers of ICG'J: I What U your aj;c? ; Are you mariicd, at:d if so, how do you hkeu'' How many children havo you, and do j they sufiieiemlv resemble von as to pi - - - . : dude the possibility 0f their belonging to 1 any ..f yur neighbors? 1 Did v-u ever have tli.3 measles, and if 1. j so, how many? j Have yini a twin brother several vcars j oLW than yourself ? 1 T ... r... ... I t f 1. .'.i 1 1-11 1 , um 11 lJ) non 111 n v of tbem? Do you read the New Testament regu - laidy? " What is your fighting weight? 1 Which do you like tho he si for liht j reading, 'The Guum iker of Moscow,' bv j Cobb, or Seward's lasi sivecli? I How many times has your wifu wished I she was dead, and how many lime3 did j you reciprocate the wish? j Were you and your wife worth anyihinn when you were married, and if not, what proportion of her tilings we;e your'n. and your things were her'n? Were yon tiver in the penitentiary? How many empty bottles have you in the house? Ara beans a regular article of diet in your family and if so, how do they go? State whether yon are blind, deaf idi otic, or have I he heaves? How many chick. mis h-ve you. and are they on fool or in the shell? Also, how maey succedaneums? Which food do yon prefer, rum or mix ed drinks: Slate how much pork, impending crisis. Dutch cheese, popular sovereignty, stand - J , n - ;i c im ii ah k0.w 1 . - . . . $r bdin Nan Ikiren h:td taken sonn; ieeiiical leal advantage, by which his op- ! flowed, ni l the h. wer part of Zmevill. po'ient'e client in an action was mm j.uu-j5he sni.e. The C: rial Old) io-ii is very ed. The man w:o fuihoxs, and d.-ckm-d much damaged. Save ral v arehousos o- his jurpese to givo John a pieoo of his! the line were washed away. Ul I lf I 11' ll . 1 11 ll., A ... 1., 1 . ,..1.1 C ... I 1. I " ..... er him. Happening to sfft John one day -r CT - ! ... TV 1.., I. .1 11.. ...f ..1 .1.,! - it..: .. ii . i i i . juiuce, .tuo ueiug a mij.u ma.i, loohca at him fiercely, and burst out: 'Mr. Van Düren, is there au? client so low and meai . or a case so nasty, that you won't undertnke to defend him in it?' 4I don't know,' said John, 'stopping to put away another ovster. and then bendiuc down and cunfidentially drawling out his answer iti the little man's ear, 'what hive you been (loine-? it'?" The Louisvilli Courier says: 'Du ring the late term of iho Circuit ('otirt in Covington, a suit was brought, up for trial wtiich tested the laws of divorce of Indiana when applied to a ciiizen of Ken- lucky. A Mr. Owen 11. Powell, a citizen of Kentucky, procured a divorce from his wife, in Indiana. After hearing the weighing over twenty-f.vo tl oasand t eis, evidence, Judge Moore decided that ajres'inir on six tlnoi-and screws, u.:. ciiizen of Kentucky ingoing to Indiana to procure a divorce from his wife was all a farce, and declared the plaintill, Mis, Dorcas Powell, the legiiiniato wife o! tho defendant, and the Circuit Court over which he presided, had no power to de cree a divorce. The result of the trial placed Mr. Powell in rather an unple;isaiu predicament, as he has kdaee manied arother woman. The suit was brought oif a!i uioiiy. i-f7 ..V liiu? iiiui tiia oeminei sas. win -n- i..,.. t...i:..... o :....i n.... reports from every part of the State speak most favorably of the appearance of the wheat. In this county we never had a better prospect for an abundant yield. The fruit so far is uninjured, and even tho peaches what few trees wo have left from tho severe winters in former years are safe. Tho crop of apples nilj be. from present indications, enormous. Tho late rains are bringing out the grass, t nd the winde country, as far as our ob servation extends, looks lik the. labor of the husbandman was lo be bountifully re warded. Pompey, (paid .- good natu red gentle man to his colored man, 'I did not know that you had been w hipped last week." Didn't you. missa,' replied Pompey, i kuow'd it at tho time.' A gentleman wai speaking tho other day of the kindness of his friends in visiting him. One old aunt visited him (w;(.(l a Ycar ftnj ptn;d gjx months each r time, jCyTh IT. Governnifltn, last week, confirmed a treaty in fee simplo with a band of Indians, giving them n right for all timo to come, t 7,000 acres in (iennf s seo county, in tho western part of New York. NO. 1(). Hi i 1 1 ) i. Fkakfi l Ti:a;eiit in Oiux-je, Xt'.v ? Jr.u-cr. Ab..ut four o'clock vcsteidav af j t nu"ii, the bi;;!j;:M' ifc:n i rd as a dwtdl- j 1 inqf and blacksmidj sho bv a ir.an nann-d i Ilobbs and .stardir.- in t!. )a!.e oil" :i:dn stiegt, i;c.-.r ihem:;:H t, i:i Orange, v.ai ! discovered to !, on Ihc. The alarm was ! Hven and the p.-opl- k istr-:ied to the o'ece j hut f -an. it impc.ible : save li;v p;e,- rl- j set-. Th.-y f., reed an -nt,-ance. wont uj. 1 stairs, and" succoc led in extricating Mts 1 3 I Hobbs, hev live childi-u and a little rid th$ dattgiiter of 1 svighb ?r. f,-oni th lt;ru- ing l;ou e. Thcv were all bailv burned, 1 U,. t. i. ... .1.. . 1 .. . t . it . . . . 1 . 1 u;u u 1 j .ii' -u ü l i na ; r.- iaiu ;i?io two of tho children will recuw. The rn.vtin- ' ing three, and also the other iitle uirl, j died of their injuries. The sunicios of j everybody vreie directed to llubbs, tho J husband and father, as th author of t! is tragedy. A short time before the diseov ery of ti-.e hie, he wa-i Sell by several persons to hasten f;.;n his residence at.d ' j nuke his way out of the viücv toward 1 Jiloomh.d.l. A-J he n-u ifl,i in dinini!t with his wife, and of known intern pc: j habits, tin's occurrence wa.-. not caleul.ited : to attract attention. The i i-hbors h.ad been repeate dly calk-. J 0 his hou.se to scp- aratc hif.i from his wife, whose lif lie fie juently threatened. h.r ten days past he had boon several times attacked bv deliri- urn tremens. He was followed to Bloom- fiild, discovered and arrested. Mrs llobbs is d. serib' d by her neigh bors as a quiet and peccable thoiigli ig norant vaian; and her si'u a'i oi. otph-J with a drunken man, menatdt-' her life and brutally b -ating IcM uje-M siio!t ju'ov- ocat ions had excited gvn- ral c m::iis-.-ia 1 Hon. tT The h u-o is in O-iio have ! at .atiesvi'ic, was Ingwer than ever kno.v ? I l f II' . ' ... i ,K'iun " "Sl ' -tn-viii. wa cumiviv over 1 he J ai'Axk'e Co.Mrxo. On the 27i.li u , . n i t nit., the steamer I'owhattan arrived at : nan b ranci.sco bringing the Japanese c;a- i bassy to eNehan 'e treaty ratili'-af ions with our - r.T v. -. .- - .1 Tli..rn o?-.. a2.-ai.... ...... - - . . . . . 1 . . 1 i. tr. i v iiivj o .t. 1.1 1 two iti all, and among thein are two - .. .... . princes o tn3 t.igbest raaU among t!t nobiliiy in the empire. They b:in sIO", 0t)0 with thorn to pay prs nai cxt'e'i-es, and have a large amount of btggag. - They were expacteil r dp;rt for Pa ta ma on the o h, and :i U. S. steamer was convey them fro-n Aspinwall to Wash io ton. ivt The Chicago h'ressand Tribun oi Thürs. lav hist, MV-: Tho entire fr oi! first class buildings on th- north a'A o Lake, s'ro. t, is n n- ri-div O U i'l'ede d ,hi indies nor day. It" i a hu i . j t bl-.ck. can-in ' n -uly one acre, an 1 which it has made an upward j..iru.v .! j flur uv fn indies. Picb.d.lv iU immI - hd enterprise cannot bo totind thevoii:: 1 over. ii i - i V iVi1 riori '. I 1 : 1 ii? s lb-ii .t.h'I vi1 . Tin-: Ih.Kcioxs ix Mu int'AN". Tl e result j posses e ! t of the township and muuicip d cti uis , m;;rr;--..,e u t throughout the State are very encoui iing p'aee e! v. i.i . to the Dcniocr'cy. Tlche.-ny Ifepubiic iti ; iiabil h mujoiitie, two. three :iu 1 four years ng.. ; ri. ", or h arc almost all of them cut down t w: y ! ted Mates oo-s small figures. The lb mocr-icv me in fine spirits, and are dniei .lined to cany i .-lie, ; they, so ..; -u Itg. h .'1. on co'l -the Slate in November j vielion there. if. pay .a lit-..- i.o! reeding iTtT The New Voik Herald is informed that no less t htm tax 'ssels have lei'i fur: , l i the Afilcan eoat vithin the past fount -hi. all of w hi di t xp rct t their return cargoes. have negro- s . .j . . i?iir" Tho Wabisli canal is now in com - plett order, .and b.?its can run i' whole length without obstruction. There are thirty women mi--.i'ig in the city of New Yirlc, whose fiicnds i - - it. the recently discovered murdered fe- male to fee whether she wa not om of' i them. ! JTr" T.asf month loeiilv mil mii'ii n i.il 'vv' " ; a halt ot new cents were issued limn tbe Phtiadclphu mint. JC-tf The late Spring electiuus in Mi.-hi-gt'ti sh.ow large Democratic gains. t-t" Prom th.i 11th t- the 17th of April inclusive, thero piss d through Omalii, Nebraska, 101 wagons and 3d7 i.'.eu on rente for Pike's Peak. jC-P" The gold receipts at San Pratieisco for the quarter, ending with I arch, wer S10.800.O00. The mines are yielding sure returns for labor. Mr. Aaron Ligg t, a resident of Now York, died rec'ntlv, leaving a for tune e.f $2,000,000. m t:. - ;: vaii .'. .) i'ii 11 t vi 3-:--: n . 1 ' . 1 t. A !'!.;!!.!! t'.i! ' .. -A '.: -- v t' !,. -1 ) V(-': 1 i ' ;.!.t K' .u-i 'i lv r ir--:v : !..! l -e ' '. ' ; v. .1. 1 t ) i -'li 1 a i,i ,r, -4 tatcit. eü 'xAl ;,L" '!- ft' t 'is I - 1 e, .he j t- v. , M l .1 , T 't I r..- .' :i!H i 1 .. it ! ! ; 'j . . ' n ' .11'.' l.1 I; !'.. .1!' I . ' : ' Ii'-'. 1.1 1:1. v. k 1 . went ).-:ts . v. 1 i-.ili '.-, f,:i: ' 1 1 " V;; 'er Vi ie S'ti '.! 1 . : 1 ." e. !.:': ,t - c-:-t" J:ty ' ! 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't' "-',' Mj. .bovis. Ji - h i - !. . ! d.-dous vi-.h-ne.-. a; .1.1 tl .Old a.ttjc'i e.j t'.; . a i ! liiai elf, i;! ;-,ov-ItiI .-t d in die ..wi.iuii, t , o'.':i:-ut"v;i:; i t T .V.: i 11! : i;. ;. it".. , , . Mt i-.' n o .ii. j hy de'i! oi i!i-0-. t-.vo .-ti .-:. 1 : . 1 1 IV 0 (1AM 1 1 V . v. , it-1 :.k I U d : t-i .- e-1 to d t it. obi ; '.'".! h-do-lgi. Tr; .3 ' V "That if I I i - in m irried, s;.a:l uri-.g of lo:- i'""' hu- i t-i - . !:.,, t iii.i IV o- : . . i-: a:. .... r p !- . or oi i.er j ti: -Ii- or lnivd Stales 'ti, ir ii the ; p- : - o take -if o live ir c - :. i:i .-tli h v '-,; -a - !o Uni ts' j idietio-i, I i i - alive, he . , . . . , ! i uiiittui-i. ovit- wnic lit- ' ; I a ii o 1 a:: th i i 1 i 1 ( ... . the f.rn;tr hash .ad. liv hu'.idred doliirs, ad b- io.prison-d ' n t s t,ui i t vv i ve.u s. n more than . .1 -I .- . s ( i i i,..vio' ; . ii 'i i i- -i ii . i i t.i". :i ii. ' lit1 n . , ..... ..... ... . :. . . ... ; Mifdsij pi l,..v. i ,,red Pw-i.g, whipped ( Ins wife on Sa- u lay g .-oid after- wauls sh e at h.r, i g id. t .-u-: on J fire, atidl dibu pruts U it.--.Viii i.aking !.o e.,f his hi! it, ;, and 1 aving two witii jlicr. (' rho, j - tl wy. Th. buihling and i oatea'.s v: i ' i i i i A shtiiK wa lif! v '-vptttf 1 on ti e Var- t c v.. . v- i j ti o i . a ..-n i , ,ev. i i f t l' -e . i i n , t . ....... 1 11- imgtho hsi, the l...nd .file unfo : I v i Wy U , ( wl v :t t!u w: ed t Oi the b.tr oti tlv'll'h. ul!..) !-V:,.t uilh v t'o:u's head, having 1..o ps m- ,. f to!-(K long, wove dU.'ov.o;-,! in ih.- M. it :,i !. Tito hrvid wa.5 id. officii hy a l.o. th-i of tho h. ea-' i:. in (-;. enpi shirt sleeve bei-.- c o a p o ; ;ad . ,1 c. it. ci i f the '! wonder what mikes my cs s0 weak?' said a fop to a g. ntl 'ttnu. 'Why th-.'V are in a weak place.' 'Where a woman, 'fay. Mr. Pfminri-n has once married with a 'vn. a! ing l ent and one ll. at beats roFiibV t-i ltr - 5hc will never want to outer the v.. ;:.Tir ,' state njin.'