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ftftrlnr added ftp tho Material of Air offir-o mo of
J,UYS MEDAL JOIUJERS,
And akamlaiMio MMftmatof
HEW sos m
Wo ara pet pa red to txwttt er-ery thing in c
auch aa
rlUe,
Io.tfra, Cirrnlnrn,
Shunr Rilla, rrosmmmft,
Hand llilln, InvUiitiona,
Labfl Corrl-,
rnmphlbt, Uook0 Ac,
t0a n.tttatitfaHor ataanef.
Orders Filled at Short -Notice,
3d o -xxr ost Tonus,
At Ui
Tribune Job Office.
M'KKKA nII.rV. Proprirtom.
BUSINESS CARDS.
hi. Mom-tt,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
9 en ami Collecting an4 fiaalnvta Agvnt; FettoHall,
apiH
It. I,, friinth,
Attorney and Counsellor at law,
Turin, Ohio.
Offiolflrnifnrrl; How. Jnn If.
rooPKRK. H'ATWi CUM Wll.l.ARIH
WATSON & AVILT,AKI,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
7IM. attend rrotptlv to allaUdt of !rl batinett
Olnoe ia i nmvaercial How, limn,Ohio. ao4
it. f. ix;lg,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sinter' Cluck, oppoiit Court Iloute. Up
Uirt ociy 07 tr
J. II. 114)1 1,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tlllin. Ohio.
J Huh.. f.l.l'"-
lifounrd AI.'im,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AmA Qi,.r.Hn.tiriinn Agvat. Uttto Willi W. f.Jt
II, WoM, Tiltta, out. a.ilU-la
Attorneys and CounHollors at Law.
JOHN 0. U.
NIIJOM L (KKWKB.
Toe fc Brewrr,"
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND
Solicitor in hmicfrr.
maait, iB4tit'. Xw RUxk, apipoai t tli f'oofl
Ho... Tirhn. MiiT I4ili, V lf
LtAIDE TCM. WILLUU M.JOIIMfOH
Strm V Johnson,
Attorneys and Couiiscllors at Law,
Uk'FiCll. I, M.tlr'.'Npw Hlo.k,n.M, Vnllm.r'i.'toih
f .t'fl : M.ta .tnt, PntfrMionnl iHi.in... and til.
ll.iiUo ml ,!1 k.niii ot L-Uiin. fluMilljr Ktl.atlti la
TIT., llli, II S.
J. J. Stcmt r,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
nnlr.Mn,.d Ui. nrnrliee, linrf will l'U. fttriit f.nlloi
t ll b,,tnn.i .nlra.tftH Ift him. (Mhrr iu I'twn.rot
F.b.rt. HIm, liretly .twiv. (Ii. Mr. rH M lf
ia.orc; Taylor, ad oppoait. iK. a.4lian Uoua.
ni .
William' II. Dinonport,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.Vofr ami
CuinmisaiuiHr fur Kaiuturkv "! Culifurni.
(aV KICK NuAliVt'..! f'nurlh Hlra.1, laatwartt Mai,
ait Walnut ala., ( tiw-inRaii, Ubio. vf-'Y-Tr
COLbKUTlON AND LAND AOENCY,
JO.MvS ii THOMAS,.
Kiralorla. Ohio.
General rnlltrt-iin an4 LnnJ A tvnte, wlH prnannlW
Attend to tlto eolleeliun of all ttlntiet antrutleii loltieir
a are. In Heaeca and B'ti'Wninff t'oiinfiea. Will alt
ttaad toeatea wheia WjtaI advice it aeUd in Prote-
(in taiit hefnfe Jaaticeaofthe Peace. Perotwfh
Ing to be f or tell Land or Taaro Procrtjr will Had It to
tueir adraataea toiivtu fteau.
j. r. joxFp.
W. THOMAS.
riaUajr.
Kara a to Pit mi a It Matrix,
l.oix ak H now at,
v. r. . h. honi,
Voea aa at C.a
De.t4, 185Stf.
Tiffin.
futtoria.
William I-aii;
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AMP
General Land Agent;
WMldroanetHfullv inform the nublio rliat ba baa ooo
BtiUd with hit practir t r"lf .
LAND AOENCTY
ttklapla..
raraonawianlnf t Lan-la ar Tuw, I-ota, will
tad it to th.it a'ianlajr toaaamin. hia eoka ofea
tn.a larliMalinn. p.i..a, taraia, uilaa, ata.; mm6 ihoaa
wlihiaf to aollha.lria taal. no.liaai, ba Wavlaf
4aacnutita al tr.rt , ,i.rn., km. . fur .atrr.
tl'hr. ta "uawbAa.'a Camworaial Biuck. rrmilbm
..rlankofTiltin M
CAHH TWO roa UANO WARRANTS.
aTmSSPIr
-'j:oi:ii. li. ixi-"T.i.,
CIVIL li W G I W E i: It A N I
cr o t'.vr ! fj: i v; X'o ir.
ORIrala Bbawbao'a Block, oar tha Bajik ml TIIRa.
Wilir
, "iyiLlVlASIl JALLIT,
.lock and Watch-.IIaker.
Al I a:ud.of watcliea kcptcouBtntl) on hand
3tor Im Commercial Roar.
Tirtin.Sept. 17t'u, W. 1y
GEORGE G E A It,
Pnxlorla. Ohln.
CARRIAGE & WAGON Makeb
.and mannfaftnmr
OrifceHeft aiulltr. A tapM' of the i4tat be keeut
onftantir oa hd, l hti hu(i ia luatona. They ie
alto for t-te at rtn.1ttn' Hard war a4uia it Tiffla.
-Ail order rauiptl atteuted to, w'.tl-'r
Tim u & Fl. AVeijac Kail
OHtcaaf ibeT.ei Kl W.RH
t HRnffleo ofthifceetanaavta permanently I oea
(ted in ri.fia.andlie varimia rmtme our op led , are
in the f ad tury of Toajib't It lotA ; rumor of Maia and
ferrv ttteaa. II. . H U M Ki L I.,), bet y.
deeir
fi. MC'ALIrTES.
I.IcAlister 8c Cowlea.
TH M.KHS in H I KVV'H and MaaiiTa- Hirer. of Tia.
J I'ppftrranitaheetlTi a Ware, Ltui i S W 11 lock,
tne ittt (tuutdul Nvvivff't kardwaia alaeo.
U'lm, April, .-jrt If
fS RACK (.ILOWKUrt ean eeir oa lbr lat aeta
"I antet aa-eliM at llakNaaViuu, hee Imai liutO.
tiaakw titrl r Vinvaidt Mttreaet M-"l
hv aiivrt:m.at of iMmiuia Lainit, i a not iter
tnlnrrn. ("' 1-1
1Kktr.iNS waeti.ir u eha.Ho Uieir butinawt to
rt,l'llv In rf-lmf I'oirn'i) a rVew Kb M iaaurMl
wlM'f it)nUctU ar ftunir wiiw-n tte otiwuiw ia miM
nnd 4ii;:iMt.il, ailvcrllaewt lit wt lb UaiBrnnio
tbkrtliaMMBtM, lUmmHttl e -, tt!aU-H-
a
Afw 4ooI!!
I AR K tMedTen
. Illl ."TtfeitOCsl 01 .u
it. al"TKitock
Ulnar; aad fr'aney Wood, J
roiittiin of
IJonncts, Ribbons, Flowers.,
Plnmea, ftattna, VelVete, P-Uka, l-aera, Pmhroider
(i Threadt, N , lee, Pmt, and alltho oar-s(rat of w.'h
an eitablieftme.lt t arMrk tK iniit'in of tK rndtet of
tfnr ptyna vtrinlty ( rfr-f Cnllv Invited. The
KlAra It Ot the bet final-ty anH will h Nlt r Setps than
noa a4thtlwwhr. AM kind, nf Millinery Work
doneinihe lateat t tihtinrh.
A lttrtrfiront mad to nuntrr Milhnara. AUa
rnrtala anedu Halve, tho beet rentawde that hat mi
hoe a, rl I wn-rwA (nr Bm, H-r-eldi, Krirp.li, fviom,
Bni)B,;Ka4)liajailan4 alldieei aad iiMtittil in
km.
Rifm In Tomb's Bloak(f(fiit the Pbawfcna llontt,
Tit-ho.tihie). oetlo
TOMB, nuss&co.,
ISnnkrri.
TIIF ftanaii mittine between H. Tnanb, Jnf n
I T Hum anil K. Hmi, hvnffthta dr aiifMl
lh fjn4arttfiaj hav atrtnir) thmHva tnrlhr
forlhe parp f rontinuin t batinrta of loir.li.
Hum ti Ca. ontlac tba aanaa unt antt ttyU a brrt-
lr.
IVit HI Ha m lnfrrnrttMi In tKa nnitmita at Kp
tfnrponhatt. antl th tame relet will be tWtrrtd
i theparmeat l , m
ajiamtni a per eem.
1 "
rrtlftratat(la allrntet pavaMe oaeVuiand,
B. TltMIl, Jnliv T. HI HH, ti. H. lU'BP,
A. O. BNKAni, JOHN UltlJO.
Jel-tl.
II. S. Venner & Co.r
MANUFACTURERS Of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
Sulkies., rro., .
JclTcrson St., near German Catho
lic Church, Tiffin, Ohio.
AFlNEitrM-k ortKalatrxtttrlui of nnjalea, ati., fin
lnhod in (hi at manner and of the mo.t durable
mater ala, aontantlr oa hand, and fimniptlv made to
order. Ml'57. II. B. WK.NNKR H CO.
Dr. J. ITIcAdoo,
.TTl'L prompt It attend to all eallt, either In Tif
V Ha orennntrr.tn a-ienlnitierinf to the a H( if ted.
rarlirnlnr attention rinid to Kern n la dinna. hhnwer
and Phintje baibe aonnevted wttbttia ofhoe, melicated
whendeine''i'niatarv hi bimtelf. OtTica watt of the
w tmden Bridge kVard, Tiftin, Ohio,
yjj
Il"S:sy A: Carriage llanu
rncturer, Cast of the Coo-' limine, on Mnrket Street.
Ti fn . 8ont . J tli ,1 H64
ITIrn. Ii. . Allru,
Milliner &, Dress Maker,
RftfHn over I. K . Phawban. ttnra, Main atrtot.
Tlthn. Ohio, Oct Uth, 6m
c. c. iie:imiauz,
i)i;tak m. ici;.
FF1CK la Sbawlion'a fllork, M atnrr, illraoil,
0
un Hrtlia Tlibona Ultio, Markatatrr.l.Tiiriu.U.
aw'.-Slr
M. lVasnrr,
MKItCIIAJiT TAII.OK.
NI) llaalrr la Ranila-Maila Ulothinj, Cloth.,
t.'aaaim.raa, Vt.tlnr.,ai,-.
Plnraoa Maia .traal, oi,no.ila tlia Bonaca Coaotr
Hank.
DAVIS HOUSE.
Formerly called tin "City Houte.")
TIFFIN, OHIO.
LEVI WEIR1CK, Proprietor.
Tito amlcrtifnr'.l doiri In in Tot m all kUfricnila anil
lliHlalriaatrMntuftlidl'itv Himte. ( now tU DnvitJ tt'nt
hia hettrl it ready tor iie reception of fUwtia. Tlx
lliiiite hat buaa ra.tmilt, ra-turnihil and ta now ft
(toil a any In trie eonnlry.
I nnwbnve atahlltiir enoiiahtoarnnrrirnndatanv nnm
herofl.tfrtaa,aud wi llolwa) klra. a an almmlanr-e nt fred
LtVl H'lilKK K.
Tiffin Ortobor 1, tfM 13 if
WAtclir& Jouclry. G
XX- Nolaon,
llavinjt p-nnant(ill bH utvu iiuliii:iiy lmnrt iiiri,ea
al iM)irr't nif and Hook hlore. No. I hhatA-iinn'
llo.-k,aailoli(tuaninteilinnof iiitatork of Watvhea,
l.'loH'ka, Jewelry and Silver aie, and loet to oieril
a tbare of M.hhi- pairiinnre.
B'-p or-nr duRv in the Lett atyleof workraantliip.
Titbit, Juue 3, lrA!l. '
SEW MILI.IAi:Y
F A NCYS'l ORE.
MISS E. T. COBUES
Haajntt rrturrtrd from New York and oprnrd
FdX AflSOUTMKNT OF M IM.UVKUY
ComnriiUf nu, ('apt, t4ead-trrtea. Amerirnn and
l-Viitb Klnwrrt, t'.tnlrronier Ift, Veil. HfruikcrrWif,
Mutt, Kal-e llair.t 'ortfti, (-liteniion Jtirlt. k.c.
rlie will unhappy to watt upon all bat fat of bar with a
rail. All onlrrt primt'tly attended tn.
On Alain tlreel. in Ulai k't liiw-k. Tiffin. apIS
" XV." II. Vnrli. Mi li. '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OKPKi;: r.n Main afreet, onpoaiu Ulaek't lllorki
Titlin.Oliio. matf7 '59
DENTISTRY.
Or. Franklin Is at IToine ajain,
aa4 hi ring aaaoeiatatl hlaaaatf with
1IR. SAMUEL GEE,
wo will do nil work ntrruted to t promptly, ant.
Warrant Satisfaction.
Dr. Franklin may bo permitted to remind (hia oom
munily, that bia einni-e in Medinae and trf-ry
wnablea him to treitt diteatod Teeth and tieint with
beltaitwcceta thantoma wko ttvle tbemaoivea Hitboicon
I. ntitU, but wboto claim to ttal tula ia allog etber fab
ulona.
All poraon having PRPAYFO TEETH, PIPFAf
r.O UUWrt, or In want nf A K Tl t'lCl M. TKETH,
willdowalltooaM at oar office, om donr Vet eftihaw
baa Mua, oo ferry ai,
F FRANK! I BAML'EL CUE.
Tiffia.Jaae 1?, 859.
TO THE r I'll LIC.
The nuaineaa of the late Arm of Shr Ivor ao4Boaatli will
be eoodauted. ftl tha old atand by
Jesse lliriver,
who, thankful for farori pa it, acki tha eotinatd paUoa
ago of hia
OLD FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS.
lie I jatt ordering a largo and well aelerted
STOCK of .OOSS,
wbicb will be brra in few daya,
AprilU41lf69.
BANK OF TIFFIN:
SHAM IIAN'8 NEW BLOCK,
TniS RANK WILL CONTINUE
to traaaaola general Baoklug bafinewland pay latere li
ult Uepoaitaat fullowa;
3 month , 4 par aet,
M g .
19 M g M
CwrtlfafBtet parabie In all catetnn demand.
B- Uoaaai. A-it. Hmbath. bTBritaa Uiva$Tt
p 14 an era.
Protect the Lives of Yourselves
and Fainilica !
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY
Tha nndertijreetl would retpei tfultT keaneiue ta the
futiilr titat he bit jnatreoeivcd attijtpl ilie ealebra
U t:i Mi.MAN
Electro Jftaguetfo Conductor,
whluh 1m it at all time ready to pot ap on abort notice,
and nu reataaaliie lermt.
Tint Hud it the btl now In ne, and la fat I tbkinjr the
place nf all othrrt, bemff the C.binod t' upper and
Iron Cabte, In friii; tat. liwrelurei all jolnit loa't
root, Keinf tuftplied wttninr Hatteriet, and baa more
turtle liian aiiy oiber Cuadv tor ao ta e.
P. MlfcXMAN.
N. M Aao,prpaelt pet ail olhtw kind el H..U h
prlrrrvd.
WAUTOLK HOUSED
fflra. Ittary II. Andrraon,
Upper Haadniltr. Ohio,
Maia 4ral, M aajaw. u!lb i, th. I'vatt Uoaaak
- -I ,'
!ew ooK!
BUSINESS CARDS. Fiffin Weekly Tribune.
TI1K FLK.IIT OF AMiELH,
T o Pilgriim to th Hiily I-onil
ra,d through our 0en Jmir
Two ainli-M Ati1, hnj in han.l,
liavt roAciiil th. jirutiiiartt alivr.
a
W WW 111 no UV tli"irhrenvarl flight,
. TlirotiffU fliioila tf ilniwtiirg l-ara,
And fell iu woe'i UiwiMcrixg nijlit,
Th ngiiny of yemrs.
But now wo watch th gnUi n th
Thrir blvaxHl fitt hv. tixti,
Anil know that roice til nut In wrath,
Which railed tlnin Ini'.h to Gml.
BUSINESS CARDS. Fiffin Weekly Tribune. From the Line-of-Battle-Ship.
COUSIN WINNIE'S STRATAGEM.
OR
A Short Chapter on "Hoops."
BY MISS HARRIET N. HATHAWAY.
"Well, Winnie," I replied, what ia
vour-tiUn! let inn hear it, and I doulat not
It will be juat what I shall b most happy
to lend you my BKtuatanco in."
"1 am half afraid you will not when you
Come to bear, bnratiao it will cause no
alight sacrifice to your ranity.and I know
you think t great deal of appearing well,
particularly to-morrow ereniiii?, yet 1 wiah
you to prove yournulf a sensible woman
by appearing ia full continue, "minus
hoop.."
For i moment I almost felt as though
I must refuse, aa I thought of the effect of
my beautiful new drcsa spoiled fur the
want of my "watch spring and then what
would Mrs. I,i Hoy and her company think
oi ine t said:
"Why, Winnie only think what a
figure we shall make iu those full double
skirt, clinging closely about us. They
will be at least a quarter of a yard too
long.
"O, well, we can easily remedy that
for, by the way long dreanon come in for
their full almro of Walter's dislike as the
skirts are only basted to the wiiiats.
We'll have them just a littlo ridiculously
short!"
Here was an argument that had some
weight with mo, for I knew my foot and
ankle were passable, and what lady docs
not liko to show a ' decently pretty foot
and ankle.
So at lnat it was decided that we should
attend the party, minus "hoops;" but how
to manage this so that Walter should not
know it until wo arrived at Sirs. Lt-Roy's,
was the next ijuestion, and this we could
not docide. Fortune, however, seemed
to favor our design, fur Walter canio iu
saying he had received a sudden call to
to leave tho city and should not return
until the next evening, but he ordered
earrings tucull for us, and he would meet
us at Mrs. LcR y's
U s hut wurds on leaving- home were
"Mind, Winnie, darling, and let mc see
you looking your prettiest to n:ght. ami you
tuo, C'uuaiu .Mob, for you know much depend,
upon Hrtt B)H'ranco,' tind Frank
Nowbray is in aeurch of a wife." Ho',
litllu eccentric but rich as Crocus, and
as good hearted a man as ever lived, and
my advke is "cutch him if you can!" and
we promised with ilomure faces to try
and look our sweetest.
As I looked ut my reflet tion in the
mirror, after evening toilet had been com
pleted, 1 half regretted my choice.
"Cousin Winnie," I called from the
head of the stain, "I am alino.-tt ready to
say I will not keep my promise You
have no idoawhut a fright I am."
"U, yea I have, Men," wasthe laughing
reply, "for Iain just now admiring the
ellect of my tfJiercht costume. Come
uown ana in us put me mushing touches
on each other's dn'ss.
I did not comply readily, for I was still
debating in my mind what was best to be
done; but finally my desire o please
Winnie coupled with love fur the ridicul
ous, conquered. After enjoying a hearty
laugh at each other's comical appearance,
we donned our opera hoops and in
short time were w hirled away to the
scenes of our evening adventures.
O, it wag amusing to se. the sly nods
and glances, followed by low whispers
and poorly . ippressod titters that greet
ed us as we made, our way through the
brilliantly lighted parlors, to present our
compliments to Mrs. I,t Itoy. Poor, dear
lady, how she stared at us a. we stood be
fore her. For a moment she seemed to
have lost bur rasy iclf-possession, but
shortly regained it, and cordially welcom
ed us, though her fuce still wor. a sur
prised, inquiring look. Winnie felt it due
to her hostess, to explain, aud sb. with
womun's tact, at once comprehended all,
and readily offered hir assistance.
Half an hour passeA not very pleasantly
to me lor I must be candid and own that
I folt anything but ut eae iu my "fancy
costume" When Mr. Walter tiingieton
and Frank Nowbray were announced.
My heart wu all in a flutter, and
imagined Cousin Winnie turned a shade
palor, but she laughingly whispered:
"Courage, Cousin Mob," I thought ther.
was an evident tremor in her voice.
"Stay just here," said Mrs. LeRoy, "so
that Mr. Singh ton need not catch
glimpse "of you until the right moment.
Boon, Walter and his friend Mr. Mow
bray, made their way to Mr.. LeRoy,
never dreaming that ws two were ef
fectually screened from their view by the
ample fold, of her akirts, until .he step
ped aside and there wo' were a fitting
tableau of "Pharaoh'. Ie.n kino," our
skirt, clinging closely tous. Ladies, you
can form no idea of the ludicrotisness of
the picture we presented, uniias you have
seen a lady in full dress, minus crinoline,
surrounded by a crowd of ladies hooped at
the extent of tli. fashion! I felt like
mere shadow a speck, as I stood thore
before Walter Singleton and hia friend
Frank, Mowbray, and I kuo' Winnie folt
the same, though she met thern with ap
parent calmness. This helped to restore
me to composure, but as I advanced to be
presented to Mr. Mowbray, you should
have seen Cousin Walter's point blank
look of mortiiication and astonishment, as
Frank M r bray, with himnoir, took in the
ludicruiisiios. of our appuarMio.
"Winnie Meb, what on earth do you
mean!" wore the hr&t word, he addressed
us, when sure irot to be overheard.
"Why are we not looking sweetly 1"
askod Winnie, in a serious, comic tone
and manner. "1 am sure you can find do
fault with the arrangement of our hair,
with the young jspouica bud peeping out
froui tli. feathury foliage, and thon our
I'lurea are the very nicest of "Alexander"
kid, trimmed with point lace our
slippers are sutiu our ho ar. silken, a.
you will see, if you will but Uke the pains
to look," she continued, as she stretched
out her little duinly foot for inspection,
provokmgly revealing the short ner s o her
Urea Wore fully.. . ,
a
"Winnie Wimiip, tin not tntttaliie mc'
pxeltiined Walter, bitinr; hi lip.
"Tantitliie you!'' laid Winnie, mm
ii'tT Rrii'vfd look. ''I ahiHild think it
wero you that was tantalitintr me. You
are tcry Tory unreasonable, when I
hn taken ao imn h paina to nleaan yen
ml here nnf ronain rented ju,t litt le.
'hy Cotiam Walter." aaid 1, po
lonjrer content to remain t ailent liatenrr,1
whut ran you mean f I am aur. you are;
rery uiirraatmable, when wetuok ao much
pain, to dress becomingly, thotiL'lit
yon would certainly b delighted with ua,
if no on. else was!"
"Thorp, Mob, go away and be still,"
was the piquant reply "you and Winnie
may be company lor p.h other, I do nut
to escort you." As Walter said
words we turned and saw that Mr.
mow nray nad oecn an unaeen listener to
the who'eofour conversation, and I tak-
inr iflptntnira tt r I. a antuaiul rta. ...u, n
on his. hamlsnnio fare, said:
s ... ..,u-. 'tk
"Well, if vou will not be our r.rort,
porhapa Mr. Mowbray will, for I am quite
sure there are not two ladie. in the room
he could nnkc hisway through the crowd
so easily and readily with, as Winnie and
myself we three will not occupy more
spnee than one of those "hoop," ladies!"
"Very true, Miss Burford," was Mr.
Mowbray', reply ".nd w ith pleasuro I
accent your invitation, leaving Mr. Single
ton to suit himself with a partner."
With a look of evident chagrin Walter
left nor did we see him .gain until we
werw about le.vlng.
With a very moody face he threw bim
.elf upon the h unire, as we entered the
back parlor after having arrived at home.
"Walter," .aid Winnie, going 'eoftly
towards him, "what ia the trouble, darling,
are you sick or "
"There. Winnie, no more of that. I
have been mortiHed half to death to-night
by the figure you and Cousin Mcb mado,
and you know it!'
"Why how unrcssonshleyoti are, Wal
ter. I assure you we Consulted only your
tastes in tho arrangement of our drosses,
subjecting ourselves to the ridicule of
others so that wo might be accounted by
you seuaiblo women!
"Well well, Winnlo, I might ss woll
own that I have been fuirly caught in my
own trap at last, and now never let mr
here of it again, and I promise you that
honrelortli you mny enjoy your predilco.
tion for "hoop" unmolested, provided you
will leave me a footing place near you,
I and Cousin Mob is witness to the contract
i which sliull bo duly signed and sealed by
a kiss of reconciliation. all around. Tint
i reallv, I am afraid Mob has lost all chance
I of Winning, Frank Mowbray, by this illy
timed frenk."
I That I did not loose all chance of w in-
ning tho handsome stranger, let this at
test I no longer use the signature, "Meb
iBurforil," but havo substituted that of
"Meb Mowbray."
One year it is since Walter Hingli ton
made the promise not to interfere upon
his wife in the following out her taHtes In
regard to dregs, and I am knowing to the
fact I hut ever since Wiuiiio has worn ber
hoops in peace thanks to her stratagem.
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Correspondence of the Ohio Emmer.
Seneca County Fair.
TIFFIN, SEPT. 30th.
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On Inquiring, this niorninj I found that
I could not get to Port Clinton, except by
privato conveyanco from Fremont, and
tho distance is so great that the day would
have been consumed in passing over it;
so I concluded to conic to tho Seneca
County Fair. I am always glad of an op
portunity to visit tho rich county of Sene
ca, whero "7'he Farmer'!" friends arc
warm and numorous. 1 ho fair to-day
has not been so good in stock as hereto
' fore, hut in other departments itwas much
'better. The stock ontries were: Horses,
aia; Cattle, 40; Sheep, (iO; Hogs, 30.
Among the cuttle I noticed two yoke of
lurge red oxen, owned by Win. Oinwuy,
of Republic, that are very superior; also
a Shorthorn bull, (White Warrior,) own
ed by Dr. Ruwsou, of Fremont, sired by
Impoitod Warrior. He is three years old,
and weigh. 1840 lb. We understand he
is for sale.
Fruits, Floral and Fine A rts Hall.
This hall was well filled. The largest
exhibitors of apple, were Jacob Bower
ux, of Watson'. Station, 10S varieties;
and Jamc. li. Sneath, of Tiffin, 100. Tho
latter, we understand, took the first'pre
mium. Besides these gentlemen, there
were scores of other, who exhibited ap
ples, peaches, pears, quinces, grapes, &c.
George Holtz exhibited a collection of
forty apples, not of his own raising.
There was a very large show of preserv
ed froit from the pantries of Mr.. J. W.
Miller, Mrs. Clsra Pittonger, Sirs. Geo.
Lahr, Mrs. D. C. Myers, Mrs. Hull, and
others. In the centre of the hall was a
pyramid of plants and flowers, from the
Jrarden. of Prof. Good, Mn. C rum, and
fudge Bngby.
arm ana Mechanical Hall. The mel
ons, squashes, pumpkins, carrots, turnips
and sweet potatoes were huge. There
wero thirty-six half bushels, (by as many
different exhibitors.) of Irish potatoos,
and better samples I never .aw: thirty
four bag. of wheat, and twelve half bush
els of corn. The bresd, butter and hon
ey were woll represented. P. Van neat
exhibited splendid carriages; Messrs.
Poorman &. Miller, leather, and harness
for burses; Messrs. John Houck, M. Mar
tin and A. e B. Kusbler, boots und shoes.
Messrs. J. A. Myer. 6 Son, .nd John
'Fiege., cabinet ware. Mr.. L. C. Allon,
! millinery. Jacob Seheiber, of Tiffin, nv
Jen kind, oi plow., double and ainghvight
and left, with krteel and cast mold boards,
j Smith, Burne. ttCo., of Tiffin, exhibited,
'of their own manufucture, Pitt'. Grain
j Separator; price, 330 to p360. Walk
I er'a Seed Drill. Su'ar Cane Mill: uricc.
(suS to fiS. The Ashland Clover Hu!!er;
price, $'J5; and the Green Mountain
Straw Cutter; price, $7, There were on
exhibition several reapers and mowers;
I and C. N. Yerk bad a large building fill
ed with stoves and kitchen furniture.
The caah receipts from the Fair bay. been
about 01,400. Thi. i. one of the hot
T. B.
Cuyahoga County.
Cuyahoga county eiva a Republican.
majority of from 1700 to 1H0U on tho gen-
erul ticket a gitln of 800 to U00 over
vote two-year, .go, and from 400
to 600 over Peck's vote last Fall. An-
other fugitive slave case, and tho rsta!-
lishmeiit of anothor Democratic paper in
Cleveland, and trie county would be uuan -
imuurly Republican. Aa. lteoitUr,
Cuyahoga County. The President Prosecutes Forney
for Libel.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13.
It is stated on uood suthority that Col,
Fontey.ofthe Press, has had a notice from
le oil adviser that President lluchanuu
intends Instituting a prosecution tor hhel
him, on account ot the terrific ed-;ed
itorial article ou llroiiei k k's death, ill Fvr-
iiey'a pes of Sl'jiid.iv Ust.
Mr. Broderick's Career.
Mr. Broderick's Career. From the New York Tribune. Oct. 10th.
I tor, with whom he iteryed hi. time
(Whether hi. father wa. then .live I.
i , fl..hni,,. .now. , Di.riior th. n.,i'H
l
wash his hands of all patronage, and
cheerfully conceded it all to hi. asoci
Chaae's ate.
So soon ss Dr. Owlu saw on what term,
h. had rocovored a seat In th. Senate,
and the dn-grace to which he would be
, more bittitr.and irreeonoiiable. They ar
his 1 rived fr un Cul'.l'ornia lojri ther, and oa go-'
ing Ut Washington Mr. 11. socu discover
iritinst that tho AdiuiiiistrstioU hrd Ueeu puis.
THrid C. RnxlrTiekwa.bornintlieeitT
at Waahineton. in ll.n.u isi
emiently at th.a timo of hit drth,
nboiil 4U or 41 ypar. of ai. II. waa of
Irish 'rtintfp.
II ii father waa a .ton
rutt.n-, a woll tolo n.n.who had th en- ,
,r.rl r,,. .,,nii .,,,.,....,.,. ...
rr.Mnt Capiiol, and worked upon U"il-
iBra r ,.. rkamhaa i . t,. V,. ....
trrwarda aat. When David waa about &
or 6 year old, th. family removed to this
rity whf rw h was at one. sent to .ehool
in which he acquired an ordinary .dura-
lion. So soon as h. was old ejio.Th, he
it bound. n apprentice to stone-cut-
of a. , innT-ntirMi.irl .i,,,-,i.
h, w considered rer. on ofstronu men.
i.a. 1
icteristies,.. well as of great phys-
ngth .nd .ctivity, and on those
tal rharaet
ical airen
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dianute. that arnao an,nn 1.1. rLl.h.......
and associates. Soon alter attaining the
age of manhood, h. wa. elected engineer
i
oi Howard nr. f.ngine No 8tl.
V Inlti occupying that position, ho wa.
much sought alter by politicians, and he
thus became interested in the political
questions ot the day, and soon acquired
great Influence in tho Ninth Ward, where
he bicsmcarecocfnixcd power intheDem.
party. Hi. loading affinitie. were
then, Sickles, Hart, Haskin, Brady, and
olhor. of that class of politicians. Hi.
influence rapidly Increased to
such an extont, that under the .iliniuUtra-
tion of Tyler, when Mr. Van Hess wa
Collector of Custom in this city, Mr. B.
.cquircd the control and disposition of
oertnin place, in the Custom House, and
instrumental in securing the Nsval
zigcnry tor onmuoi ouvasni. flanyotri-
er leading politicians, who obtained fat
and prominent position, at that
time, owe their fortunes to tho Influence
of Mr. B. in their favor.
In 184U Mr. Broderick was. a candidate
for Congress in the Fifth District, In up-
to F. A. Tallmadge. In order to
defeat Mr. B. a cabal was set on foot
which nominated John Bloodgood (s a
third candidate. The latter got 368 votes
just sufficient to secure the election of
Mr. Tallmadge. In 1849, becomingdis-1
satisfied with the condition of politic, in
city, and feeling somewhat soured by
his own disappointment., Mr. B. left New
York for Calilornia. On hi. arrival there
he immediately commenced the business
In connection witli Frederick D. Koblor,
of smelting and essaying gold. After a
unci resilience in vaiuornia n. was se-
lected as a deli gate to the Convention
which drew tip tho original Constitution
the State, and in which ho wa insti u-
m.ntnl in having the leading feature, of
our oiuio i.oiisuiuiion adopted. Hi
cours. on that occasion wa signally bit-
ter in opposition to lotterie, banking,
iSlC. Shortly afterward, ah.l while ex ten.
sively engnged in business, ho retired, in
order to serve a short term of two yeara in
the State Senate, w here the inteirrity of
iu conuiiei wss always rocognizeu ley ins
bitter ohiMiu-ms, while it wa. the
pi idtJof hi ft lends that no voto of hts
could be found eu the record on tils side
whero there wa money distributed. No
polities .peculators ever wanted to get a
iiirusurcuiruugn mo legislature, mat tney
did not llratBoytothemaelvVl"HowslnlI
we overcome Broderick!" And such was
his influence and popularity, that he w as
eiioscn t-rcsident ol the bonato, and, at
mo cunciuBiuii oi uis term, on me rt sig-
nation of the &uvornor. he wa. actuur
Guvern.r of the State. In 1862, ho cou-
ceived the idea of putting himself iu nom
nation before the Legislature of the State
for United Stales Senator to fill an ex
pected vacancy, by Senator Gwin boing
called to the Cabinet of President Pierce
and tho Legislature was canvassed in his
b.half with .atisfactory results, but tho va
cancy did not occur. During tho Legia
lative session of 1H53, the friends of Mr.
B. canvassed that hotly, with a view to
havirg him then elected to succeed Sena
tor tiwm, assuming tbo principle, theo
novel, and for tho first time put forth, that
. Legislature under the Constitution, is
not precluded from electing their U. S.
Sun it tors at any time in advance of the va
cancy. After t bitter and protracted
struggle, and a contest which aroused
and embittered the passions and animosi
ties of the two rival factions of tho Dem
ocratic party in the State, fhe Legiala
ture adjourned, havini; done but little
business beside attending to this quarrel,
leaving Mr. B. with a majority of the
House in hi. favor, and only one vote
lacking in the Senate. Thus with an ag
gregate majority in the Legislature .ufli
ciont to elect him, be wa left without
power, the deficient rote in the Senate
preventing him from getting a joint bal
lut. The subsidence of this storm left bit
ter and rankling feuds, which lasted
through Mr. Broderick'. career, and re
sulttd in hi. death.
The effort to eltictMr. B. was renewed
the following year (ISi5) but no choice
was made, there being two or three can
didate. In the field beside Senator Gwin'
and Mr. B; but in 18A6 tlr latter suc
ceeded by such overwhelming strongth,
that he was enabled to dictate who should
be hi. associate in the Senat. for the short
tffrm. In this respect Mr. B. made the
singular (election of tha man whom he
most hated, and for whom h. hud las re
spnet than any other man in thai world
which wa. Dr. Gwin; and the motive
which governed Mr. Dt wa a profound
knowledge of retaliation and revenge
Dr. Gwio having alwuva denounced him
most unsparingly at Washington aa a
man of neither ability nor character. Mr.
B. cinctivcd the idea of forcing Dr. Gwin
t J solicit hi election from the man he
pretended to undervalue, and to acknowl
edge the obligation in writing, and to bind
himself in that written acknowledgment
to abandon the fiiende who bad always
sustained him, by foregoing the patron-a-o
which wis due to his position.
In accordance with this arrangement
or obligation, entered into by Dr. Gwin,
he publiahed a card to thf etfect that ho
was tired of serving the interests of pro-
fesaed friends, wearing out hi lifo for
th(tn, and that he, therefore, desired to
! rutccica li ins position necsmo mown
he repeatedly sent eutrfaties to Mr. Brod
erick to obtain poasession of the letter or
acknowledgment in question, but a copy
of that paper bad been taken, and shortly
after found it wsy into print, when the
fend between Gwin and llroderirk became
oued .jtninat him, and refused to focog-
nize the proposed .rpolntu;eul vf Ui'
.though he had entered Into th. most lol
care amn wr"t,n obligation, for th.tr perform
these no- l of 'riu f eharacter, Mr.
jtrpn(;th of Clifirnia, but piv. prefor-
",r w lPir'ttin ud wwhf.of Hr.
..'win. Untlor thwt eimim.tance.. Mr.
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v:.....i. a .jr.. .it I. t..A..i k ,1.. 1
n .v.i. ...s un, rM
B.krkt uff all jrm. with th. Adininia-
lr",,on nu nB" "-ccompjon vonau
tutil,n p." found inaU.. op-
P0?c'
In
ih oi tnai uina aura.
social lir, Mr. Uroderirk waa ont
of ","t ""Plrjr men that could bo
rtmnd in any etintr. ISo clerirrman. n
?hilantliropiat, owevrr proud on tlit aeor.
"""J-"'?. rnid leet mor. ao than Mr.
"r known to .ntr agam-
,blln ,lcn 6r hou" of -''"!'"
!"",ine,'J trn"ti"IHi or personal dealing.
. ,a,j
rT" Isyonte, and among
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he stronger th.n
!,h th" tltrgyineii of all deoou.iu
ho kukJ "I"1 him ,lnct,7
nations, I
moral
man
Mr- Brodont k lc.VC. D.0 relatlV.be-
hind.
The Relics of Sir John Franklin.
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From the new York Son.
of tho Canada n.ws, published on Hat
orrotie 'urday, th. result of th. last expedition,
sent out by Lady Franklin to search for
tidings of her husband,' was briefly en
political nounccd. In the London papers, since
received, we have a d tailed report from
'Capt. McClintook, who commauded th.
' seal t h yacht Fox, of the evidence, which
be obtained of Sir John Franklin'a death
i on the 1 1th of June, 1847, and the than
was donmcntof his ships, the Frtbm and 7Vr-
for, by In. surviving associates, 10J in
number, on April "3, 1848. in the lee, up
berth. on the north-west coast of King William
Island.
.had previously obtained information from
j the Esquimaux and relic, of the. Frank
position ' li it expedition, which directed Captain
McClintock'. .carch. The Fox, which
j left England In th. beginning ofMM68,
1 encountered tho usual obstacles from the
lee, and it wa. not until the spring of
8S9, that th. expedition wore enabled to
coinmenr. th. scorch w here It wa. ex
this peeled that traces of the lost Fr.nklio
expeditionist, might be found. Cant.
Mt-Clintock any.: . '
I "Buini unable to nenetrat. hnvond
including the estuary or the Grjat Fish
River, and tho discovery of eight hundred
mih .of coaat line, by which wehaveuni
of ! ted the exploration, of the former anarch.
lost countrymen have been picked up up
most 'ua Un-western shores' of King Willium
Island, and other obtained from the E.
quiinuux, by whom we were informed that
'(subsequout to their abandonment) one
.hip wa. crushed and sunk by the ice,
Ther. will b. no more Art-tie expedi-
tion. tn discover the fato of Sir John
i Franklin. In th tel. irri nil if, otirti htart
I The overland eioedition of Dr. ltu
Bellut Strait., tho Fox wintered ONIS-
611) in Brotitl'ord Bay, and th. .carch
ing expedition., to the north and west of
our position, with those of James Ross
Dense, and Simpson, and Rao to the
South has been performed by .ledgo
innrnevs this anrino. conducted hwl.ti.tti.
Hobson, R. N Captaie. Allen Youngand
1 myself.
"Manji derply interesting relies of our
land tno olhor lorced on sboro, where she
has ever since remained, affording them
'an almost inexhaustible nun. nf wealth "
I Tho following are copiee of original
paper, found by Captain McClintook, on
rrmce oi tv.ies island:
"of May, 1847.
"Her Mtijeety'. .hip. rtoiu and Ter
ror wintered In the Ice in lat. 70 deg. ft
min., long. 98 deg. 8 mln. W.
"Having wintered in 184S 7 at Beochry
isiann.in iui. li deg. 3 nnn.VIHseo. N
long. 1)1 deir. 99 nun. Ifl sec. W., after
ascending Wellington Channel to lat. 77
dog.; and returning by the west aide of
L-urnwana island.
SIR JOHN FRANLLIN,
"Commanding the Expedition.
"Whoevor find. thi. paper i. requested
to forward it to the 8ecrot.ry of the Ad
miralty, iondon, with a note.ol the tunc
and place at which it wa. found, oV, if
more convenient, to deliver it (or that pur
pose to the British Consul at the nearest
port."
The paper were written In scvoral lan.
guages, but there i an error in the dste,
s lite ship wiuterrd at Beechy Island in
1845-6, the first winter after their de
parture frum England.
Early spring journey were commenced
by Cpt. McClintook, in February, 1869;
ml he allotted to different parties, led by
different olUcer. the task of making
thorough .cardie, or Hi. coaat. The
operation are thu detailed In the re
port: "Our wintering position wa at the
east entrance to Bellut Strait, in a snug
harbor which I have named Port Ken
nedy, after uiy predecessor In these wa
ters, the commander of one of Lady
Franklin' former .earching expeditions.
Although vegetation was tolerably abund
ant, and our Esquimaux hunters, Mr. Pe
terson, and several sportsmen constantly
on the alert, yet the resource, of the
country during eleven month, and a half
only yielded us eight reindeer, two boara,
eighteen seals, and a few wator-fowi and
plitomigan. The winter was unuwrully
cold and stormy. Arrangements were
completed during the winter for carrying
out our intended plan of aearch; I felt it
to be my duty personally to visit Marshal
Island, and in so doing proposed to com
plete the circuit of King William Inland.
"On the 28Ui of February, when near
Cape Victoria, we had the good fortune to
meet small party of native, and were
subsequently visited by about forty-liv.
individuals. For four day. we remained
in communication with them, obtaining
many relics, and the information that
several years ago a .hip was crushed by
the ice off the north shore, of King
William Island, but that all ber people
landed safely, and went away to the Great
Fish River, where they died. Oa the 2d
of April, our long protracted spring jour
ney, were commenced; Lieut, llobson
accompanied me a. fur .. Cape Victoria.
Hofore separating we saw two F.xquimaux
families living out upon the ice in uow
huts; from them we learned that . second
ship had been seen off King William Is
land, and that she drilled ashore iu the full
of tho same vesj. From this ship they
had obtained a vast deal of wood and iron.
I now gave Lieut. Hobson dirertion to
search for the wreck, and follow any I
trace he might find upon Kitg William
-.siccompsnieri oy my own party
Mr. Peterson
1 niure.iica .lung tio cai
shore otHing Wiliism Island, occas
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ionally passing dewrled snow huts, but
without meetme natives lili the 8th of
a.f ,. ..a.. ,.,I'PU njr....n u. !
iuaj, ..... ... w-r- ,.u, ,u, na, .iinrs
ut . .iimr village eoniniir.ng about thirty
inhabitant.. They gathered about ua
tvitliout the .Iie,htcit uppeurance of - fear
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probable .ho- liu. upon suii u. tli- otl
laland. jlying inleta to the .LU'hwa d, bvtw eu
aiiQ;Cjpe Cruxer tad IL-.st'hel.
or ahrneaa. altliotiL'h notis h.id over an i
, .,
- i i'"- i
mo.t w.lluijr ..I wir.tTtonir.tt all their
knowledge, and barter all their tpjoila, but
would hav. atnlen .T.rytl.linr had they
not been cloa.ly watchod. Many ovr.
,v.,..M v.,rc.,u1,trT.n weroot.wu.en
aVa 4111 In nut a & mm . II a.. : I a
thsin to the wr k, None of these
1 rt 0- j
pio nan oren hut. .inr.e i?ji-eai wiilrtr
h.y. purrhas-d. They pointed to the in-1
'"J ""I "It aao unrill.
m ""-' o7"0'-:f'.r,d.,horRnj
. ...... .., . ...I.. ,H ui,
from thence four days ovrrl.nnl, brought :
tun. mcy .,,0 out nnm remaiuea. their
eountrvmen baring carried away elmo.l'M
i.O . i r , j
t, Z , V ,nlorr;nt,un WM Wf
K ... X r'.', , V-'J I
Itwaairholailofth. year that th.. hip
wa. forced ajhoro. tfany ol th. whit.
tllaUtl HrialltlaVll la tr tl. m u. mm lk,.a aauKflat In. I
"..a ' " ' . """iter
warn uis ureal juvor; out t:i .only Known i
to them In the winter followinir. when '
their botlie. were discovered. Po...tOL-le.':V"
Montreal Island, and Bsrrt.w Island, were
carched without lind,ni anything except
..ew ..rap. o, copper ana iron id
L..mm.ux hiihng plsee.
ne-cros,ing the strait to h ing W illir.m
we continued th rxanrnntion ef
its soulhern shoro without success, until
the loth of May, when, about tea Holes
eastward of Cape Hersshel, a blenched
skeleton wss found, around which lav
frsgment. of Europ '.n clothing, t'pon
carefully removing th. .now. a small
poclist-bonk wa. found containing a few
1-.. .a. . ...... .. . . , -. a . .
I . i 'a 1 I ' 1 8 , , . ay" y :
. n. . 1 i c K7
'" ","""U,"'BJ"U"BI
.TaV' ,rtew"d " "fScer - .irvant,
and hi poaiUon exactly yeritjed th. fce.
qu.msux .-.ertion that they dropped a.,
th.y walked .long.
"On .--arching Cane Ilerschel next day'
he examined S.nip.on'. Gn,, r rather;
what remain, of it, which i. on 'y four
and the- central .tone, have
been removed, a. If by men Peking omc
thing wuhin it. My i.r.,,r ssion at the
time, and which 1 still retu u. is. that rt-jthe
were depceitod there by th. retreat-
ngcr.w..a.d.ub.qucntly removed by
,t
I ,1 P Mg rl m' i Tl C,, V,',Clr
"'"' -"M" """l"""""w",u
- ",. aiiiAj ai Bllortlll.-l
i.noe wrstward ot it
stward of it he found a very
Isrgn casrn, and close to It three .mall
tenu, witli blanket, old cloths, and olb -
er relic, tlf a shoothiif or mainetic ststii n
but althotith the Cairo wa.dpr, pjjdT.ana
t trench d V .-: , iu t a a.Unct'BMr.
or ten leet, no recoro w .. ..v.w ,
the Uth of M ty, Lieutenant Hob-
on pitched bis tent besido a lurge cairn
at 1 olnt Victorj- Lying among .ome
stone, which had lullen lrom the1
top ol tin. cuirn, wa found a mull tin
continuing a record, the substance
of w hu h is hru fly as fullws: This cuirn
built by tho Franklin Expedition up-
on the aasuined site of James R iM.!
lar. which had been found. Tho F.rtlai
and i error spont the.r ftisl winter at
Beechy lslaiid.alter having a.c.-i ded Wol-,
lingtou Channel to hit. 77 ib .r. N., and
by the west .i,W ol Cornw .ll,.
Uland. Ou tho. laih Septemb r, lo4 i
iney wore octet in Ut. 7'J.Oj W., and Ion.
'.18.113 W.
"Sir J. Franklin tiled en tho 11th June
1847. On tho .Jliid of April, 164S, the
ship were abandoned live league to the
N. N. V. ..r l..ia.f Vi... ....I at
vivors, a hundred and five in nuinber.l.tnd-
ed here under the Command of Captain
Crosier. Thi. ppor wa dated 2ith of
M e'J'i'n',8.' "in,d "I'1'" ,,1B f"H"' i ng day
inioniiea to atari lor the G oat 1"
....... . "J uoatn. in tno
H t tr.te t,,i a I 1..- . 1. .1... .. i
expedition up to thi date
was nine offi -
r nlZt S tn,r m V"t TnMy '
clothl g ...d .tore, of .11 sorts lay .trew-
fif -I ihr V
.in a 71 J CUU'a P,0,"'i y ?"d,s -
penned vitli: nickmos. Havna. ko.ta
, . r.i t . 1
canvas, a dip circle,, sextant engraved
Frederick Ilornby R. N.. a small medi-
cine chest, oars, ic.
"A few miles .outhward, acroa Back
Bay, a aeeond record wa. fonnd, having
been deposited lsy Lieutenant Gubo and
M. IJM Voeux, tn May, Lieutenant Hob
son eonliiiui u
in. .i-ureii until wiuiin a
1.1 - . ... ...
-I . r y-, . .
frw day. luareh of CapeUer.ohel,withont
any tr.ee ol the wreck or of ua-
lives
"When In lut. R8 deg. 09 N.. and lone-
89 deg. 1)7 W., we came to a lurge btiut,
disoovertd by Lieutenant Hobson a few
dayapreviuusly, a hi nut co informed
me. It appear, that tin, , boat had been
for the a-cent of th. Fish River
.b.ndotied, apparently upon a
return journey to tho ships, tho. edireui J
on which she WMmount d be.ng pointed
in th. direction. She me.aun d twenty-
eight leet In length by .even ..d a half
feet wide w;a u.o.t carefully fitted, audi
made a light possible, but the sledge
... uwu,,., n. uvavy
m " " -
"A largo quantity of clothing was found
witliinaher; also two liumun skeletons.
One of these ny in the sfter psrt of the
boat, under a pile of clothing: the other,
which wa mui II more disturbed, nrobaby
t : i- f. 1 , ' ...
by animals, ws. found in the bow. Fivo !
nockot watches.aquantity of silver s noons
and forks, aud a fuw religou. books, were
also found, but no journals, pocket-books,
or even names upu.ii any article of cloth
ing. Two double-barreled gun atood
upright against tho boat's tide, precisely
a they hud been placed eleven years be
fore. One barrel in each was loaded and
cocked; there was ammunition iu abund
ance; also thirty or forty pounds of chuc
olate, some tea and tubauco. Fuel was
not wanting; adrift tree lay within one
hundred yards of th'; bout.
"Many vtry inten sting relic, were
brought awuy hy Lieutenant Hobson, and
somu few by myself. On the filth of
June I reached Point Victory without hav
ing found anything Mrtfier. Th. cloth
ing, &.C, ws aiuin examined for docu
ment, nc'te-book.t,4ic, without success;
.record placed in the csirn, and ahothar
buried ten feet true north of iu Nothing
worthy of remark occured upon my re
turn journey to the ship, which we :o. di
ed on the Ullh of June, five ay at r
Lieutenant Hobson.
"The shore of Kine W,.iiun 's Ia. ud
betivten its north and west ir inc.
Capos Felix snd Crazier, hits -not been
vis.tud by Es ;tiimaux since the abandon
ment ol the Lri-Hiu aud Terror, as the
cairn, .nd articles lyinir -.rewetl aliout,
which are, in their y,ul iiricrleai y-lu
remain uuluuched.
lf the wreck still r-mains wlalbu. it .
"On tho Iweniy-eiiilitii
Young and his pary r
Jul.
, C 'va:n
n, U.tf l.'
er fa, Ly
lull
the
completed their poitou
which tha iimulariiy .iflMiiCt tl VV.is
, , . ' , , .,
uallU W BS tll lei lllllli .1, SHU llif ...1 ,.u
illterveniiv.' betwi en the t-iti- me tKi.ui.
reaehod by JJru'..'GaitU O.-ton.a an., j
Uit'wue discowifd; ah-o b ntaa BjI'.oi 1
r,-;bocu
mn couM , rruntiruiln(., of
I.MI .1.,, a an.iw.hnl rW,.l.l II....-
privation, and its e!l'..-t opon
captain Young was painrully rridenl
i .,...,..., ii.,k. L... ' , ... ,
.Ffom be gleaned from the
ptrBr tnA th, .vll5:.ncB .jr,,,,,,..
U'1" boat and various article, of clothintr
.nd equipment discovered, it .pfar, thai
tbanduniueBt of th. F.rclus and Ter-
ro, hi, b,t o,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,,.,
,Ty ,porl tcd (un7 , ' .
to render the travel
"k .7.11" I 'x'c' .
,,e p,,.it..n or the shfps when .n,!oned
lth. bt.l. Is s:jt'y.five geographical
,,, from tllB
ips toMontoal Iii
Isl.nd, Und two hlimroJand tw'9t, mile.. The
.r.,.., .,..1... .. t ...j
every opportnii.tr b ,s been enibraord by
the 1 D. Walker, M. D., of form'
,nf ,.,,,,,, eolleetlon. in all theyariou.
brinch,., of nMuri, ,,;,,,,
f Acimpanying thi. report are complete
lnrelltor,rt of r,jtle, uuni Mi
,hou h th, re,ir, rocovorfd will be pre.
.ervod with rsligion. csre. the mere enu
roethigh. ; mtnixutt ot tu'm p..e..ed no special
,ltrfc Th ent;',t principally ol such
,rticlei u bcf01)1, t0 , flir'ni(1,r0i0f
personal outut of Arctic voyar..
cord, Kn,.tt f, k,, ,poonSi ,iWl.r w.r-lon,,
, bearing Sir John Fronklln'. crest ear
.1 penter.' tools, article, of clothing, pocket-
! coinpasae., .orne w.tehe., piece, of tele-
Q." "Vicar of Wakefield," .mall
Interlined Injury place., and with
mnerotui rofererme. written in the mar
On ,.' nl . Ks T m. i v w
Thero were also many .rtlcle dls
loose rovered which were nut brought away.
; Of the wreck of the two ships, tho tx
case podition failed to find any Portion.. It
' WOuld, however, be a most foolish enter
was prio to proserutu the aearch further, all
n()p(, lhllt of rrnnkliu'a psrty survive'
i, ,t an end. It is over eleven year since
. they abandoned thoir ships, and they
doubtless all perisho 1 within a short tinv-f
o'tcr the lurinnmrut iu llw va.ti att
reutrite.1 t(. ..p, ,(, e,,.lipi. lrom ie ,rlI, wll;CB
1 .urrounth d them. Their noble ommand-
a,.. .a cr. v , . . ,
r-n.ia o.r J miri IV , a turtll- l I I
n4-,, at r our i,Tr nay.
r.ariiie that hi. provVmn. rr vM
,,t uut t,1(, tnM. p,,KU Cl,;,
younB. bti k fuar nf i.s mn, ar.d for
(txy dy, ynerA on thrvt.h f..-a and
p,, Wlth (,, o0, n ,h d
without
eMistauc upon his return oa
BUSP,
ing enmpment
cornDe(r,
f la h.n.1, , . t.. l 1 a
,u.7 I . V 11" i' " IT
Cl'".," . . ' . ". 7'. '". ' II
of' Tllt, ,ia,Bnf ,,- ,Me rm,u from
th ,
"In ordrrto et'end tsfnuch . potsll.le
th. publie utility of thi Voyage, niagneti
ral, meteor ologiral, and other observat'nn
nbservient to scientific purpoaes, and for
which Instruments were supplied through
aa u. aa lisniuinrm. w.-.w .iitil
th. liberality of th. Rot. .I R.--i,.tv, base
continu.lly and carefully taken, .nd
l.cope. pocket-hooks, lmt'-n, .nd the
frai'in
inenta nf artirloa .if arau oa Irlnrt.
1 ti,'..- r i i -
,m,, pr,Ter.hook. e .ver of a small book
i.,r.r.n,ii p...,., ri
i-o ... i. ...,.ai. i.ki-.u. ...
Lniru."e
er tlid not live to sen thrm reduced l.,th
last terrible extremity.
Death Blow to Douglas.
! ftdent !y llat Ted himself would be ther.I
uiiy vnir nuint In his wnvrinrr frftina II
.....wv v- uut.i llluu.iUill'U. UfRiril UV UI.
people, these two pink, of politic! pro
finding Liety will now be found nros"ratinffthewI
comforting to Judge Dough,.. In .-ver-ntended
Ll Democratic district. Republican Ren
butwa. re.ent.tive. .nd Senator, were elected,
-,i,i..i. .k. - ,v..a ,i t , ... '
Miiuiajuat ,a emphatic t erdicu
"Th reult of the election In Ohio It a
dclth l,bw to t,ie VoMrA .splrotion. of
J""?" Doogla. He seemed to have uiadu
Ohio the oroat hattl.i fl.,1.1. whieK han...
lying
oint In hi warring fortunes. He
I H ' " I a
lo(lUcJ u.,on 0hi0 ono 0f hl.
tronr-
i v,.,i,i.
The D moeratic candiilate lor
vcr..9r, Judge Rannev, was . Duugla.
nmn. puphr;,10 pIaP( uiinilrlf
thepeoPle.,acndld.,teforre.olectionW
,the United State. Senate, wa. tikewi.e
.....,. ' . ,
unw ui aonias .upportcr.. i ne Juntre
: .....e during the r,n.l., 1 ..T,,rf ,
t:ite duriniJ the eamnaiirn. in an effort to
inspire th Detnorrjcy to redoubled d' IK
gence. The ri-eu't ha. ah .wo Douglas,
I'ugh, tnd patent aoverelgnty Democracy
generally, swept entirely down. The
people of Ohio ere too intelligent to be
duped longer by such political knaves a'
u.,,T. U, BUI 11 pull
1 ,1.,.. -...i i...
elve at the. feet of President Buchanan,'
in sachcloth and ashes, courting the sinilo
once more of Executive fuvor.
A Wshington despatch ay the elec-
tiiii, f . . . . , I ) I . I n . ! n. . I i .1
B,0, presented by tU democrat., and
tl,ing of the further mi.representatJon of
pU),h, .ga tht dexterou. littlo den,
rogue the prvilego of retiring to private
life. D.ugla. reads hi. own .entence ia
Mac-a-Chlex Psrns-isss. A" Pri
Correspondent state that he "recently
saw the Empi-es out walking, and the
groit circninlerence of h -r drcsscaused
,huuw before aa well as behiud." Very
likely;
voimug eveuis cast uieir sntul-
ows before."
Motto Fo Cirim.atKATt. The (PigJ
pen is mightier than the sword.
The Niw Cmnrsi Tra. Anirnosifcrf
to England.
Horace A. Day, "of India-rubber fame,
has Invented petti-aklrt auspendt-re fur la
die, and i receiving their thank there
for, as a beily. wouldn't it he appropri
ate to call him Thauk.sgivrn'Day!
A SHARP SHOW WOMAN.—Laura Keene
The Mule Swindle.
Horace Greel in one of his late letter
from Utah, furuishe some addition!.: and
highly important fact ia relation to the
enormous sw indies in the Territory. . The
mulesoost th. Guvtirnmuiitl75 c,.ch trel
are to-day worth fclii tj tl JO cch: yet
the rang of prices fur tin m was from fetj
to J 1 1 J , or so average of about If 'i j.
Bat 1 1 ' only ono of the Umh sivin
clire. Thi . ty thu ami bushels of corn at
vll per ba.liei, Which, ilichiilili? t-n-P'Ttn'.ion,
cost in Hie ...-g.-eyate ; to lliii)
were recently sent thero iroiu tlm I'tatt-s,'
ana ilr. Gre-. ly sv. xs that it Could nil h ivo
beaiu buu,;ht timro .1 -jy pr hu'liel, i.i )
000, the actual dead iox to the GuVru
uieut being th.uelore sljo.OoO.
Republican Convention.
LEAVEN WORTH, Oct 13.
TflC R 'public-!! tat torn t i n
jKha, i.i! t.io i t n liu.., no,,, :: . i j a
tt.kci., i.-i.- d y i'n -.i! 'j . .,.
e. no . I-, i 1 ' v -i '-
Ca.MB'ix.. Tai Coi-.u:.oil v. li ,r
utviuu, K ihiiiofti, h-; Was ! (I
r - t. il 1.1 ii.r :'ie '1' ill t.t '
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f1-' ' u'J-r.

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