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(journal aiiU Statesman Friday Mornino, February 5, 1869. TEHM0 *fW nos. «Inßlel n«erlion .'.16e ent ■ HTATKSMAN lx publUhedo rlday at TURKIC DOLLARS A YEAR, •JOURNAL ; the option of t RT ATBBMAN ,ix5; WEEKLYJOURNAL . iTDUKK DOLLARB a *ADVKRTIHRMKNTP i «.V rlvUcR« »Uly I , beyn 6 .1- Would I Knew iu Plays a child in a garden fair Where the demi-gods Flaying unsuspected there As a bird within the Listens walking; their wondrous talking; "Would I knew—would I knew What it is they say and do!" Blands a youth at city gate. See the kniglits go forth together, Parleying, superb, sedate, Pair by pair in princely state, Lance and shield and haughty feather; "Would I kuew—would I knew What it is they say and do!" Benda a By a gulf of cloudy border; Deaf, ho hears uo voice from these Winged shades he dimly sees Passing by in solemn order; "Would I kuew—O, would I knew Wlint it is they say and dol" Home. with trembling knees Home's not merely four square walls, Though hung with pictures nicely gilded, Home ia where aflection calls, Filled with shrines tbe heart hath builded. Ilonml go watch the faithful dove, Sailing 'neath the heavens above ub, Home is wlicro there's one to love, Home is where there's Home's not merely roof and Home needs endear it; bloom kind heart to cheer it I to meet? to gteet us? milling Home is wheic the heart Where there's Wbat Is h Home is When there's with welcome, reel, and only sweet, love, lo meet of Disorders iu Spain at " MALAGA— rniESTS BARRICADES—TERRIFIC QUARTER GIVEN BLOODY SCENES WOMEN FIGHTING—I WOMEN and sup full of the We breakfast, di horrorB of Malaga. The tragedy there h been altogether Spanish; it lias exhibited all the best aud lioua! character, and lias been remarkable for that headlong and ferocious contempt well as other people's capable in Europe when his up. The hopelessness of tire con of the popu feutures ot the for file—for ids life—oi which the Spaniard is than auy other have struck test lar leaders from the beginning. The volun teer buttaliona , and the consequence forsaken by their effi that deser tion from the barricades, almost en masse, of which we had been to'd iu the earliest counts. It seems that a prieBt, by name Don Enrique Romero, went among tbepeo pie, and by bis words, spoken and written, prevailed on the popular combatants to go forth again. His exhortations highest-flown Spartan, Roman, or Saguntinc alyl»*. He Baid: What matters it if treacherous or coward ly chiefs liud lorsukon them? It difficult for a to die. It was to die with honor he called upon them, not to live in disgrace. Wbat I should it be said that they had committed lo this conflict a city which bud always been foremost in the battles of liberty, and that they wt uld showing that there w Where was their greatness of soul? Back, lei them go back to their posts Whal they bad engaged was not to conquer, but to die. Let the promise be redeemed. To die would only lie to live that endless life the Cadiz martyrs b« Let there be vcngeauce Vengeance lor the dead I Vengeance fot those who endure worse than death in the dungeons or in the land of exile. Back to the barricades! To arms! Long live the Republic! 1 cun not make out yet whether Ibis prieBt, good as his word, was found among the slain. No lets tlmn three of these " men of God " wore conspicuous at the barricades. Wc bear of one firing upon the troops from a window iu the Church of the Carmen; of another who which lie was euuhled to do great execution before the uttentiou ol the soldiers directed against him; we hear of children ten years old being raised by their fathers above tlie barricades, bolding pieces, which, however, they munaged to discharge at the assailants; we bear ol young darnach with cartridge-boxes at their wahls, and pistols in their hands. We hear of soldiers advancing under the shelter of the prlsouera they had takeu, and tho bullets of the volunteers finding their way to the sol diers' bodies through the bodies of their sacrificed companions. We hear of girla rushing forwa'd to clasp the soldiers in their , that their lovers might despatch them by stabbing them in their backs. We told of the fight at the barricades, but the real contest was waged rather on the thres hold, in the pussageB, and up to the very of tbe houses. The central part ol the city, chosen as the scene of tho bloody drama, dates Irom the Moors, a people customed to popular leuds, and whose build ings are so contrived as in any emergency do duty as a fortress. If you take a plan of Malaga, even tbe little one published for O'Shea's guide-book, you will see that the Plaza de ia Constitution is the centre, as it , ot a star, with a number of narrow aud crooked streets radiating forth in every direction, and opening endless outlets, windiug out upon the river, upou the Ala meda, or marine promenade, upon tbe port, upon the quarter ot tbe Cathedral and tbe Custom House, upon tho Plaza de Riego, and the other more modern and districts internal labyrinth and triple lines ot harrica bouses la the never choose the place where ithdruw without at least among them? liich been promoted, the Cadiz heroes! nil-gun, with tOJ A Bpaci tbe northern side. All this bristling with double , nnd tbe every provided with doors side that tbe popular combatants bad it iu their power either to crowd together at auy make tbeir escape threatened point, or from any position which might become tenable. Tbe troops made tbeir onset Irom three different purls. On tbe ngbt Brigadier Rignelme; on tbe left tbe Com munder-ia-Cbief, Caballero de Rodas; but ibe streets adjoining Constitution Square were uttacked by tbe Military Governor, Brigadier Bavia, with Colonel Burgos. The C'azadotcs de Burbastro marched in bis Tbe fire from the men ol-war aud from the coalle of Gibrallaro bad already swept tbe open spaces and thinned tbe ranks of defenders of the barricades, so that the pro of tbe troops was not seriously Im peded; they advanced along tbe silent and lonely streets, tbe streets darkened by tbe projecting balconies and heavy eaves of tbe flat roofs. They stood now before this, before that house, striving to force trunce by butteriug tbe doors wilb tbe butt ends ot tbeir muskets. All door would tly open, tbe bravest men would tush in, when a murderous volley Yvould stretch every oue ol them on tbe ground. As their followers hesitated before tbe btudrance made by tbe heap of tbeir fallen comrades and tbe Binoke tbat filled tbe pass , tbe massive doors would fall to again, aud a shower of balls would pour upon them Irom tbe windows. Sometimes ibe bouse would be carried by storm, but the victorious iroops found it tenanted, the de It-ndcrs vanishing as if by mugic to muster some of the adjoining premises. The .now diMticl had thus to be conquered cb by iucli, uud when tbe insurgents ' 1 i> last driven to their last strongholds, when every chance of retreat was cut off, they ouly thought of selling their lives at the high them with such rapid fury that no quarter given either to the combatants, or in the women or children who had been unable or unwilling to be eeparated from them. 8uch in few words, general character of a conflict the episodes of which multiplied thcniBelves in every locality and m endless variety. In the Calle del Marques, the house of the Ladies Isturiz defended by eight volunteers, who withstood the aBsuult of a company of En gineers, and wounded an officer in the The door was forced open, the lower apart ments were carried by storm, and the strug . the garrets where the ladies had taken refuge. Five of the poor combatants were bayoneted on the spot and flung from the windows. Two othsrs had fallen ou the landing; the only survivor shrank behind the ladies' dresses, kneeling with open arms, while the heroic ladies vainly endeavored to intercede for him. In menu while I he wounded officer up; he placed himself betw and his enraged soldierB, and the life of the poor wretch ed the offlcei's humanity by laying him in a bed and attending Nothing but despair could suggest such insane resistance. We hear of instances some of the narrowest lanes rate, and the soldiers upon cull il (I tlie ladles saved. The ladies reward liis wounds. in which of the district of Perckel, a handful of vol unteers held their ground against 800 sol dierB. Most of tbe wounds were inflicted with the bayonet; cold blood after the conflict. The greatest number of the dead belonged to tbe abandoned class of society. Two of the volunteer battalions had made common with the troops; but as they probably trusted, they share in tbe combat. They up iu the Cathedral nnd looked dome, where they had hoisted a flag, bear ing the inscription ii 8ufragio Universal ." Most of the commanders of tbe other bat talions, tbe outset. kill them wherever they found them. Some of them, however, who were tracked to their biding places, escaped with a few cuffs and kicks. On the other hand, tho insur gents were uot without some hope of a rescue from the neighborhood. Wo hear, iu fact, that n famous band'.t, robber and murderer of civil guards, or gendarmes, by name Benitez, came dowu from tho tains of Rondu, and endeavored to effect a diversion by harassing the troops iu the . Demoralized aud disorderly as the of the combatants were, they, how , committed no such offences as might have beeu anticipated. They broke into the shop of tho pastry cook, Trabuco, at the Puera de Mar, uud nto up its contents; but then, as we are told, believe, "they were very hungry." A few other houses were plundered, but they "maybe counted on one's Augers." To wind up all the horrors ot the calamitous events, dealt iu were allowed to take shut from the I have said, hud disappeared Their followers had sworn he may readily ol the narrators observes that r'as said in Malaga for the whole learn, single* " clambered along of four days." The Chasseurs, upon the authority •( that minded respondent, Oi tbe dead and wounded on either aide we have, as yet, uo certain account. The Republicans speak ol the casualties rs " in numerable." They couut more than 1,000 dead aud wounded on the side ot the citi ; of the military they say 200 killed, aud about 500 wounded. The Gov erumept reckons the killed on its own side at forty-e'ght, and the wounded at 150. An eye-witness describes a heap ol twenty dead bodies iu an inn; in another about Ally bad been laid out. Another respondent speaks of a woman's body " burnt to cinders," for several bouses Are, uud (lie troops, victorious batants on Friday, had to do firemen's work during the whole ot Saturday. A young man who went into one of tbe converted into charnel houses for the CB8iou, found his younger brother, less than fifteen years old among the slam. He threw himself on the body and gave vent to his anguish with such violence as to inspire the bystanders with Berlous apprehension for his reason. To such a wolul plight was reduced, the day after New Year's Day, the fair city which the Spaniards fondly d«^tgn "The Pearl of the Mediterrauean." Ilia uot difficult to couccive tho sceueB upon which our informants dwell with such touch, ing eloquence—coffins with the dead, stretchers with the wounded crossing their path at every step; everywhere the torn up pavement, the litter of demolished barri cades, the broken furniture, tbe blackened rafte/a from the buiuing houses; the dirt and filth of the churches where batauts, with women aud children, had sheltered duriug tbe conflict; tho cathedral desecrated by the shut up volunteers—every whero pools of blood. Ou the 2d all quiet. Tkoro had beeu u review of the afterwards bountifully of the being accomplished. Two given up; for tho ordered, rouU lik. troops, who feasted. The surrender of the militia thousand muskets w remainder domiciliarly visits operation attended with but little trouble risk, as mauy of tho houses were aban tiiousand prlsouera who board a man-of released; two bun still awaiting tbeir doom. aban 9, of whom the town doned. Of the had been than six hundred we dred and filly They doned class oi crim^i would be glad to be lid at any price. All the leaders of the movement, w thout exception, had made good their escape. So desperate a struggle could uot fall to leave rancorous leeliugs behind. "War," informed, •' is going on in every house." The women of the military quar rel with those ol the volunteers; those of the volunteers ol the barrlcudes with those of tho volunteers oi the cathedral; aud those of the volunteers of both corps with tboso of tbe chi forsook their comrades. There is to the mutual insults and upbraidlnge. I said to belou I ( aud commanders who A New Orleans Tragedy. A FORSAKEN LOVER KILLED : >'B HUSBAND. DAK The telegraph has already mentioned a all tongues the killing hj r Louts Martin of Salvador Fernandez, a for Fer shocking affair that recently in New Orleans busy. It lover of his wile. Before the nandez and the lady tered tbe army and betrothed. He reported killed. At being mourned a long time, his place in supplanted by Louis Martin, married before the dose of her heart to whom she . Last Wednesday night Fernandez the latter's residence. tue and Martin met A fight ensued, and FernaDdez tell dead. Tbe tragedy baa created New Orleans, and tbe subjoined statement by Mrs. Murtiu, tbe unfortunate cause, will be read with almost thrilling in terest. It was elicited at tbe coroner's iu BTATEMENTS extraordinary He n mi 11 - » 11 MME. CAMILLE MARTIN. "From tbe lime I eight years of age I knew Salvador Fernandez, and from tbat lime raised up children together, strongly attached at tbe commeucc , although I We meut of tbe oung, aud neither of then very tbeu dreamed of loving any "Atter tbe city was captured by tbe Fed eral army. Salvador rau tbo blockade aud il&vuua. Hu subsequently ceeded in entering tbe Confederacy, and maiued in tbe service until peace, ■ ■ a lieu while bo beard be bad been killed in alter "li thus absent tbat I battle; and giving away to tbe grief naturally sug gested by bis death, I thought myself ab solved from the attachment which bad pre viously existed between us. "Subsequently 1 accepted the hand of Mr. Louis Martin. "The first time 1 , and at tbe time 1 was about barking ior Mutamoras. My husband bad already become established iu business there, and I "Just ■ going thither to rejoin him. »sing tbe levee Salvador tbe first time I bad him for years; and lie Bbowed by bis atti tude aud manner tbet be loved I W . It "I told him when bo asked about to do, tbat 1 was tbeu Matamoras. He reproached iug married during bis absence, and begged to go. I explained to him that I thought be was dead. He said that in that ought wbat I my way to with bav j to bave suryived him that least I ought not to have married any "Finding that I , he begged —the vessel upon which my passngo already engaged—but to accept a cabin and berth upon a about going to Mexi not to sail in the Harrison himself schooner belouging relation. He stated that, in should be willing to travel in this way, that everything should be placed at my disposal, free of charge "I explained that I was under the protec tion of a relative, and that his proposal simply impossible. I then bade him adieu— the vessel set sail, and I readied Matamoras IB safety. "After arriving there I rcceiv eda latter from Salvador telling me that he would rejoin me. I promptly wrote back that he do nothing of the sort; that the try was a miserable one, timt I myself weary with it, and that I would shortly the city. It after that I did return. "When I again saw him I was iu conver sation wilb a lady friend. Without paying auy attention to her he passed between us. turning his hack upon her. I remonstrated and pointed out his apparent rudeness to my friend. He a gave as his excuse that he agitated aud happy ut seeing mo that bo had forgotten every one else. "Borne time after, ou Mardi Gras night, at the bail giving at the New Opera I the a greut while House." [As to whal occurred at this bail it ap pears from the statements of third parties, that an adopted daughter of Mme. Laviello had gone with Camille to the hall, and that iu one of the lodges occupied by Marlin and hiB wife Salvador Fernundez had entered aud paid marked attention to Mme. M. Ac cording to the slatemeüt of Mine. Camille Martin, Fernaudcz, iu the course of a dispute, had beeu struck by Marlin. Be this it may, when the adopted daughter turned home she reported to Mme. Lavielle that she would never go to another ball with her daughter Camille uguiu—that she extravagante , too light -headed aud had acted all the evening, at sight of Fernnndez, as if out of her senses.] The Btatcuieut ot Mme. Murtiu is sumed : "Wo subsequently met at the National Theatre, and A ing the at difficulty again occurred betwecu M. Martin uud Fernaudez. Salva dor aud 1 had gone to getlier and drauk n bottle of wiue. M. Mar tin became i the Bupper-room to this, and demanded explanation. Salvador then mated that a child; that he had Biater—aud speak and drink with when he pleased. Something wub theu said about the parlies descending to the bau quette to settlo tbe difficulty then aud there. The matter, ua uear ua recollected, euded at interposition of frienda. "We never became really lovers until 8t. Joseph's night following. A.t that time I begged Salvador when friendship—that he w acting liku a mud biy ruin he would love me of fer lar he had kuow always stood towards that he would really crazy, and «ad would inevita Ile refused. He said that loug as lie lmd life, and both upon that occasiou and afterwards de clared thut neither I survive a separation Indeed, lie time proposed that The h uh. himself should One should both take poiaou together, and abandon life iu each other's company. He hud many singulari ties iu thia respect, which 1 never could derstaud; and which made ho could kuve obtaiued them. "After the bull last mentioned, ho never willing that I should go out unless in his company- He was continually telling that ho never wcut to any reception upon my account, and was unwilling that I Bkould go where I was not attended, tain of meeting him. When I wont to the theatre or any place of amusement, he al ways followed, und when I wont out at night lo vlsil at any private house, he also attended me. Upon such occasions I start ed from home with u child Salvador would always be certain to rejoin ■ wonder where iu of the ular escort, and "Tbe principal trouble with him constant jealousy. He wished my husband, reside ■with lions nnd friends, und obtain a divorce. "About two months ago Salvador henrin that there invited, aud bla me to leuve of my rela ! , ddlug liich I ■ hielt h tested strongly against my alteurjing. Among other arguments he used to induce to remaiu away, he threatened to throw other Biibstanco up entered the house. Becoming vitroil dress just out ol patience at whut he exacted, I told bim I would go aud amuso myself it I had lo go there and dance in my petticoats. Bub scqueutly, however, wlieu the time did not go, aud so I remained away together with all my family that would bavo gone witli my , I in Salvador almost every day; lie continually pussiug aud repaasiug. "Tbe last time I moments before his death. At that time told him it that evening aud begged him He did so, but ouly went across the dowu upon the steps of a colored 1 could not under sitting there, ray bus expecting to collect a uegro that had beeu owing "I hi in - Impossible h • 1 to door. Why lie did Bland. While he band, who money him, passed along and recognized Sulvudor. nee the difficulty, but I the I did qucutly told by my liusbaud that he had Biopped if his then replied : " 'No—there's my aud discharged a revolver . From what had beeu told subse seeing Salvador and asked blm was Fernandez. Salvador had ,' aud ha.l drawn at the same wbat I kuew of Feruaudez's character, 1 be lieved that lie bad fired first. time that the disturbance actually took place, I had commenced undressing by tbe fire, and was takiug oil my shoes aud stockings. When my attention to tbe difficulty, 1 never for u moment peeled who the parties were. I thought it simply tbe disebargo of a fire-cracker I beard uud "Subsequently Marti and embracod "At II It to the door. tcred the bouse that lie bad I lost my souses wbat I said. Heury —telling my accouut. and scarcely ki . .be corouet's witnesses, . , when ofl the staud slated 11)4 [Ono of tl Leaum the remarks of Maie. Mi the time : "You have killed Miuouche—I loved and lived for him. and ill die for him," with similar exclamations suggested by grief.] "1 did not Salvador til the at the time fully believe that dead—1 did uot believe it day when I had tbe papers and had spoken with Deputy Coroner Es pinoia. It visit his house (where 1 body lay) at It was this ignorance winch caused subsequently ask tho deputy coroner about Bulvador—whether ho at which caused told that the iu tho morning. ly I. tell alive. "As for M. Martin, be never doubted showed that lie doubted, of my lo time durimr evening that tbe homicide bad beeu nutted, before leuving tbo bouse 1 bad told bimoi a dream that I bad the night pre vious, iu which I bud taucied myself dead. At that time be lmd protested that such •veut could net happen, or if it did, that his body should be cut into a coffin tor my re mains." any urriage. Uu the very Smelts.— We observe that petitions have been presented to the legislature of Muine asking tbe passage of a law forbidding tbe of seines iu tbe catching of smelts. It is asserted by tbe petitioners, thut uuless something is done for the protection of these delicate und dcicious fishes; they will be ex terminated. We hope tbe Maine legislators will puss tbe law; tor tbe annibilath nation of these superb little swiuui would be severely felt by all lovers of finny flesh. At preseut our markets are abun dantly supplied with smells, ua comp lively few people appear to appreciate their surpassing excellence. Served up as they should be, they liuvc scarce uu equal, eill in point of flavor or delicacy. A smelt, fivo inches long, properly cooked, is equal lo a good Bized oyster; und tbe proper way to prepare them for the table is cracker dust or corn meal, uud then swim ; them in boilinn letd until browned to a : criep. This is tho method adopted hv „ I friend who serves them up iu wbat we cod sider faultless style. There may be other | aud better modes, but, prepared iu this way, ! they are tully up lo our 6iaudard ol excel lencc; and we are supposed to be " the smelt question.— Exchange roll them I Mr. Claflin will be enty-lourtb Qover of Massachusetts siuce the udoptiou of the State constitution iu 1780. Things Said and Bone. The N. Y. correspondent of a Buffalo paper has (so ho declares) ushers in a Broad way theatre commence clapping and Btamp ing at the rising of the curtain, and keep it up every five minutes for three hours, to the disgust of all before the footlights, excepting themselves. In another Broadway theatre, when the ushers began their preconcerted applause, and a justly of them very ised bis privilege of hissing, be a couple of ushers go to that and threaten to put him out if ho did not slop. This question of the right to hiss should be plainly decided by the highest Court, so that such iusolenco could be pro perly resented and puuisbed. The religion of the Mormons is very plicit upon two points—polygamy and the shedding of the blood of enemies. The former they believe to bo ordained of God restore the human ditiou of strength and beauty, counteracting generate the human family. The latter is also firmly believed iu as a divine right aud necessity, and is carried out by a secret, oath-bouud order, knowu as the Avengers. There ia no doubt that many murders have been committed by the Avengers. Since the organization oi the Territory not one of the murderers has been brought to justice. Tbe Mexican brigands drive hard bar gains. A Senor Zenou Ruiz, kidnapped some time ago near Guadalajara, has been returned to bis family and friends, these having paid his captors $2,000 for his A Senor Gurzs, kidnapped about the Zacatecaa City, bought out of captivity so easily; his having bad to pay release. its primal con a means of short, that it will re time high us $20,000 tor his be a fisherman's paradise. Minnesota A paper of tho State tells a story of brothers who haul cap tured two hundred fish, the smallest weigh ing eight pounds, the largest twelve, and the average which I than ten, tbe Wbat kind of The heir presumptive to the Russian ; ported by a correspondent drawn with tho Minister I throne ia r at daggers Interior Count Schouvalofl, and General Potapoff. He ought to be. These namea barbarous enough to make anybody draw daggera on the owuers. 0 Tho White Cloud Chief says Lincola College, at Topeka, Kausaa, named in honor of the martyr President, hua sold Ua fer $25,000, to one Washburne, of Massa chusetts. One Esau did a somewhat simi lar trick, a smaller scale, several years Cincinnati, visiting a upon urely locked, aged to »fleet A revenue agent suspected distillery, cat marked "private," and After little delay he to discover a the worst stage of ÎÛ not Btop to con entrance, only a bed in The agent di thing. flacate any New Albany Las had another sensation. kidnapped a abort time One Burkely since, carried off and kept immured in the cellar of a haunted house tor a week, when mysteriously returned to hia ■ The dairy interests of the United States employ a cipital of $700,000,000, while the cheese product of last year was valued $25.000,000, and the butter product eight hundred $100,000,000, while there cheese factories in Ntw York Stale alone. A little child died in Jackson, III., the other day, when her father came to Chicago, purchased a metallic burial case, aud baa since kept the coffin with the child's body iu it, iu hla sleepiug apartment, refusing to bury it. No wonder that things aro latterly in a mixed and excited 6tnte in Madrid. Se ty-two newspapers aro published from that city. As but flfteeu of them arc noted worth reading, tho remainder must be filled with the most wonderful contenta. Prof. Liebig assurca ar that 1,450 quarts of the best Bavarian beer contain exactly the nourishment of a two and a half pound loaf of bread. ThiB beer is similar to the famous English AUsop's, nud < ular American beer. Mr. Roswell 8. Burrows, of Albion, has recently made a donation to the Baptist Theological Semluary at Rochester of hundred thousand dollars; he may posdbly Increase it sand. pop hundred and fifty tbou A valuable gold mine lias been discovered in Pocotillo, Utah, made of tbe $8,000 to $12,000 to the of tbe Several working testa yielded rates varying from It ia pronoun valuable mines in that soction. - A big bsui in ermau named Jobu SbCw.», .... banna, last Sunday, 2,700 tisli at —suckera and mullets. The Saturday evening aud raised Sunday after made by a flak - the Susque banl set Tbe Royal Insurance Company will take i Ottawa, Cauada, owing to ol protection against fires, for the most ordinary house be carted up steep the utter Water, hold purposes, has be properly prepared, it Japanese tea, stated, should be treated differently from from China. The Japa should be nearly boiled. Tea carefully drawn, it ia poworlul anti-spaamodic. asserted, is a Napoleon baa a notion of conciliating the various religious bodies oi France by ap pointing tbe President of Consistory and tbe Grand Rabbi of France Senators. ProUeUni John Brougbmau Tightly denominates tbe velocipede excitement vclocipcdementia. It is growing into a nuisance and a bore. We are famous, tbe world over, for carry ing everything to extremes. David Thomas, saloon keeper, who shot Alexander Mavwell New Y Consbotiocken, baa beeu committed to prl tbe charge of murder, Maxwell hay ing died from the effects of the wounds. "More haste less speed," said a day, when, having boys iu his Iruntic attempt la the cars, he lound himself in Reading tbe down get the wrong train. Minister to Paraguay, say9 in eflect that the Brazllliaoa know Paraguay at the truth. General McMahon, lUCli, about the , that it is impossible to get llttM, tbo steamship Perdre resulted iu the death of six persons —three of tbe The recent accid and tlireo passengers. None of tbe American pusscugors Jured. A "gelumvipede" bas been invented in iu8lrumeut for tbe Massachusetts. It is rai id prepulaion of baud - leds. Wbat will progressive invention? be tbe The estate Bergen known , purchased a tew years ago* for $75,000 has juat been resold for precisely four times that tbe Hoi England begins to tbe intentions of Ru9siu with Iudia, and bas asked tbe Czar's (Govern ment wbat be intends to do. Since tbe first year of tho opening of tbe Lebigb Valley Railroad, it has increased transportation or uulhracite coal from 9,068 tons to 2,225,630 tons. be frightened about ; „ , , : GeoermJ OHrer I, inspecting the factory I schools p Massachusetts, and lhe legislature. | Pfau bad a fall from tbe height of a awing ! ing trapeze, in New Orleuus. He lit on bis ieet and made* bow. Mauton Marble lias bought out all tbe other owners ot the World. The sum paid for quarter ot tbe 6tock elusive of real estate. 1100 A young lady in Hastiugs, Minn., has beeu made insane by " Plancbetto," and bas been taken to an asylum. French vineyards give employment to eight million people, policemen. counting doctors I $poi : Patruciui, tbe famous who had the control of Isabella, Queen of Spain, has de posited $225,000 iu the Bunk of England. Gen. Thayer, the first superintendent of I West Point, i$ »till liTtDg, at the age of 84 TDeDtcal it IMAM BITTERS OIIFUMl'S II IIOOFLAXD'S HERMAN TONIC. ua sat atMBDiaa For all Ditea let of the Liver, Stomach Digestive Organs. Hoofland's German Bitters M T \rmdi) af Root* ôr lJ.5 HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TOHIC Hlyo HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. no ol.J« HOOPLAND'3 GERMAN TONIC. arlntjrof'u Pi • llln iOü of tba lollowlM dlaa.aa* in •pi to - >t 7 i ÏSl & F. R. Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulnese of Blood to the Head, Acidity of tbe Stom ach, Nauses, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fuluess or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stom aob, Swimmiog of the Uead, Hurried or Diffi cult Breathing, Fluf. tering at (he Heart,Chok ing or Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision,Dots or Webs before the Sighf, Dali Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspi ration, Yellowuees of the Skin and Eyee, Pain lo the Side, Uaok, Chest, Limbs,oto , Sud den Flushes of Heat, Burning In the Fieah.Conatant of imaginings of Evil, Grco*. Depression of Spirits. )S; a« ioirr«JUi Hoofland's German Bitters, UOOFLAND'S (GERMAN TONIC. No Is PREPARED I. JACKSON. rtllLADKLPUIA, PA. x. - Waffaotdally « j'ßÄLHom. ïlh Debility, DEBILITY, Resulting from any Ctuae Whatever. ProHtralion of the System, Induced by 8evere Labor, Hardships, Exposure, Fevers, &o. VÄ ngthsnad, healthy, Th.r ieaJoyed, pily, the dl|« healthy be PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE, BITTERS ot tDAlalng y«» NOTICE. ia ID otjNb. ojfl b«llh; «Hy U« tllTfKKB, or Ik* TONIC especially ra^om mended WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN tAKABMUS Wlthoo TÎ. Isvod. TESTIMONIAL*. ). w. WOODWARD, - M -Uio.W.WOODWARD.* blllty Ion. JAMS'* THOMPSON. to ■ Judtfa cl Ms*M! rtf*« of U Yoari*w*lh JAMEr* THOMPSON.*' ts-r v. JOSEPH n. KKNNABD, D. D„ «dalpblA 'c-*~ 1 and valuaolt a 1 in ly Id v BlfkU ov OodIm Strwi. from Rdv. K. D. FKNDALL. »r Cbrl»tl»n I bis rootcU. rhlUdclpht». m tb* om of H 90«r«l riablltty ®r from Jl « ««« »ri«iug f ZED ALL." CAUTION. G •••«»"■ -V HlKU.ll »N sîTp» ÄÄ! tZStOAX ■ M. JACK to «delphl«, F». CHARLES H. K VA SIN, Proprietor,. Formerly C. M. JACKSON A Qo. PRICES. UM n P fo l 9JS ' • l - ■ml»« well (be not forçat n bay u$gists and dealers in medi For sale* by all* the de of ; 84 I ^ i MATTKKN. ÖPClothiso Lowaa Thai» CVBI V —Fins all-wool CbioohilU d Fur Beaver reduced to Of the newest aud most stylish rial, out and make, which bare been •old at A great variety of all etylee upwards SiATiao Jaokhts — The beet assortment in the city, selling off very low. Parta duoed Vssvs.—Fine, all-wool Caseimere, duoed to Bubirkbs Coats, in great variety prices equally low. Dors' Clothing, very low indeed. Our whole stook of Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Children's Clothing to be sold a great Reduction of Prices, which are in all oases guaranteed lower than the lowest sale oancelled and money $18.00 $85.00 $ 8.00 .—All-wool Ca9aimere, $ 8 00 $ 2.00 ' elsewhere, refunded. Call and goods after havi »mined those of tbe ••saorifloing" houses before purchasing. A fair test is all we ask. Half way between ) Bbnnbtt A Co., Fifth and Bixth Streets, j 618 Mabebt St , PHILADELPHIA, Aud 600 Broadway, NEW YORK. Towkr Hall, örc HEAP CLOTHING. stock or FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. READY MOORE'S, 328 MARKET 8TREET. tarifoLiDAT PaaaSNTJ—We have just opened the largest and finest assertment of Embroidered Zephyr Slipper Patterns State, and at (he very lowest Philadelphia prices John K. Fiook, 424 Market Si below Fifth. Olm I in , three doors fUva tour Money—R emember the Delaware Saving Bank is looated at the offioe of William MoC'aulley, Esq., No. C06 Market Streut, Wit. ngtoD, Del., and Is opeaed every day to re ive deposits. amounts reoeived fro dollar upwards, and five per cent, interest paid from the day of depoeit. Wm McCaullky, President. ( In Jon» P. Roth, Seo'y. fitagr Fob Sal*.—F ive new 2-story brick houses Franklin ; beautifully yard ; pave Grimshnw in CbsBtn at, looated ; hydrant water in all the way from the city. Apply & Plunkett, 2 and 4 West Third Street, F. Fmuegan, Jr., Freight Agent, P. W. & D. K. R. Co., corner of Fourth and Pine Streets. II gW~ßANKIHQ HoUBK No. 607 Market Sir deposit and allow interest. Execu orders for the purcha Government, State and other securities collections 8peoia! agents for the sale of Union and Central Paoifio Railroad Company's first mortgage six per oent. gold bonds. CyCHHtsTMAs Priants —Ju large Collars, Dlack Laoe Veils, Glo very low prices, 424 Market Street, third door below Fifth side. MoLbar & Son, .—We reoeive money on promptly and sale of gold, silver, Make all par a of tbe Uuited States. Jn reoeived a of Lice Handkerchiefs, Lice and Fancy John E. Frook's, £3^ffe aro determined te olose and Winter 8took of Goods, and hare reduced the prloes bo that any one who oalls and exnm tbe quality of our goods and prices, will be s&litfied that wo mean what we say. John E. Frook, 424 Market Street. ST^First Mortgage Bonds of Kent and Qu At»nd Railroad Company; firat mortgage bond» of Wilmington and Reading Railroad ; 69 share! Farmers bank Stock For sale by Qrimshaw & Plunkett, 2 and 4 West Third Street. Fall C3T Galvanised wire for olotbes line, cheapantin & Co., 21 and Market. gfcîy* Ladies' and Gents fine Linen Cambric Hem-Stitohed Handkerchiefs; pl&iu, einbr >i dered and colored-bordered Linen Handker chiefs, initabte for presents, at John E. Frock's, 424 Market Street, below Fifth Street. Jas. A. Robiu DäTKemcmbcr a l Clothing is made ia this oitj by experienced workmen, superintended by praotical tailor*. No Blop-sboD goods kept Market Street. t3YTwenty-eight shares of Wilmington am: Braudywine Bank Stock, 100 shares Delawar Railroad Stock, 1000 New Castle County Bonds, 6000 Delaware Stale Bond«, 6000 Delaware Railroad Extension Bonde for sale by Joint MoLear & Son, 607 Market 8t. BBHkt Edward Moore's. 228 Market atrecl, Is tbe plaoe to buy your Clothing. Ready-made Clothing, trimmed, and ready-made Ua 'h, No. 228 style of cat. nioely made aud prioes that defy competition. England, Ireland, Germany, Frauce aud Switzerland, Tor any amount, ioi sale, payable on demand. Passage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown and Londonderry lor sale by Johu MoLoar & Son, Hankers, No. G07 Market Street. Of HfDrafte Pearl Inlaid Hair Brushes, Toolb Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Extracts, aud a full suit the BJ*Fi ent of Faooy Goo limes. Jobu E Frook, 424 Market Street. r" pT Rogers Brother's triple plate J spoou*. forks aud butter kuives Co., 21 aud Market glgrConnelly Whiskey always on hind, by in bottles ; Brandy equally fine, at il. It Jes. A. Robinson & ibe gallon introduced here Bringburst'e, 817 Market Street. best article evn OTL»dies\ Gent's Mi sod Childrei.'a best quality of Browu and White English Ho siery, Plaid 3tripe, Cbeok and Faooy Caebmrre eh pri and Woollen Hosiery any one. John E. Frook, 424 Market Street iefy tysae the advertisement of Speer's Pori Wine in auotber. It ia an admirable articl-, used in hospitals aud by tbe first class fumllieh ia Paris, Louden aud New York, In prefereui* iOü" Call and Clothes Wringers 2d and Market streets. ,1^Tbo largest and best line of Cloths, Css simeres, Beavers, &o., for order work, in the city, at Moore's, 228 Market Street, Wilmlng , Del. 0ojr Junviu'* best Kid Glove«, Berlin Lined and Wollen Glovos and Mlts for children — Zephyr Knit Hoods and Shawls very cheap, at John E. Frock's, 424 Market 8treet. IÖTFoe Sali.— O ne possession immediately. Apply to Georgs H. Tindall, No. 428 East Fourth ätreot, or at shop 111 .Vest Street, second story. auüf '"Latour Oil," new crop, tbe best table oil in use, always good and perfeotly sweet,when bought of H. R. Bringburat, 817 Market 8trect knives, can 2 I and Mar the great improv Jas. A. Robi nt iu & Co., g ijjf- Table forks separ be bad at Jas, A. Robinson & Co's , ket streets. tn MF" Valuable Fruit Farm ar Greonwood, Del., for sale by Grimsbaw & Plunkett, 2 and 4 West Third Street. Ikgp-U loot worth's Roach Paste, i uat received at the right time for tbe roaches, at the apothe cary store of H K.Brioghurst,817 Market Street. A full line Blaok aud Colored Velvet Ribbons and a full as«ortmeut of Trimmiugn for dresses and cloaks, at John E. Frock's. 424 Market Street, Wilmington, Del. (&riea«CT Powder. — Lyon'e Inseot Powder season. Buy of II. R. Bringhurst, 817 Market Street. tSTCologoe by tbe quart and Bay Rum by e gallon at H. R. Bringburst'e, 817 Market 8treet. tyCoogrees Water, direot from tbe Bpriog, always be had by applying to H. R. Bring hurst. 817 Market 8treet. CWGold, Silver and Gold Coupo Woohton & Co., Bankers, No. 2 East Third 8t. HTGura Camphor, just tbe time Buy it of H. R. Bringhurst. 817 Market Street. nUd by it GIVE NOTICE* 'I'llAT I day of DECEMBRE. A.D.f**" ^ T" n. I been «djndg.d • Thu • City OT K Hi* 3. Bird. efllhdA February. A. D. JOSEPH SI 1VIDKND—OFFICE GAB COMPANY. WILMING JIOAtT IBlh, of TWO*DOLLARS FIFTY CENTS per «bare, for the W«t «I« • nd after Moader. February l«t, by T J. LAWSON. Tr«» 1) n » v AI L Y aad frllKLY NEWSPAPERS 1 J end MAGAZINES delivered •ler bv I nOR SAl.k —A BARGAIN—Til K. i. T STORK. STOCK and FIXTURES, No. 6CB ^ luoot. Apply St Ue ftwr. IHU îpectal Jtottcw. BUCEU. lVron FMipensatory cl tbs Uni.— ». _ _ DI08MA CRENATA — BUCHU LEAVES. PROPERTIES.—Tbeir idTr Is stroax, dlffi Mfl, tbsir Uate bllUrUb, and i MKD1CAL PROPIKTIK8 th. a peealUr Un narr Or f Organ b* Bladder . jvtr wiwi ■ "JSfflffiii,. d EXTRACT BCBUD U used by perron, r Conflue JSod-WetUng I» *b K.u.*a: by any otha mlarlty, P. Leu*orrhe'a, •dy.a ° f D1SKA *H8 S, | ULADDKU, KIDNEYS, QRAVEL and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.— - -,_w er of dlgeetlon, b«nU Into haalthy aallon, by wl «^«u^Pos'Uon'.Aad all U HELWHOLD'8 EXTRACTT BUCHU *ba? Da Bladder, end i>f Urin Dapc tiling. Horror of DImom. Wmkafà a, Unlvar* UMular Sy.ta HI LM BOI D ■XTBACT BUCHU I* Blo.ul-Purlfyjox, «of dlaatpatl Copall STpl.nl -i : «lib U KLM HOLD'S BZLMBOLS ■—$146 par boltla «jrmptöm» ln »I trug nnd Ctnmlrnl Wnra H.T.HHLM EMRJ 1 Jnn»-r I. T. I1RLM80LD. YUCMO M KM PRACTICALLY EDÜ0ATBD for BUSINESS LIFE, CRITTENDEN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 637 Chestnut 8t., oor. of 7th. PHILADELPHIA* ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 77«e longest established and best organised Commercial College in the City. by loai**f HUNDREDS OP YOUNG MEN rUdge g»U«J bora iployata I AOB -• rODIVT u ^INSTRUCTED BBPAKATXLY, UGOK6 for th* VARIOUS BBANCIIK8 >F EXCHANGE, (omasoRY Notas. CUKCKS, ACCOUNTS— «ALK8, ACCOUNTS— CURRENT, LBTT8RB, INVOICES, A«., PENMAN SHIP *tbt ky I ■*yi« l *oi t a l ua?E ms* wa*m a ! FH8 ELS': ORNAMENTAL WRITING, Of at! COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, lurt'udlnx th* b»it I d ■»»* rapid m«tho r. BU8INE83 PRACTICES, ul|»nM|i, Shipment«. DnIId K > w, Phonography,Detecting Ooun Urfclta. *o. KU« »ppll« I by the bu.l»« "AY OPEN DAY AND BVKNING CATALOGUEE 88NT GRATIS THK CRITTENDEN COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC BUSINESS MANUAL, for ■Id lo mny »S Jm dMis-trl $1.26. ■ . H. CHITTENDEN O* Ur. 8imma' White PulmoDlo Balaam. THOUSANDS. ■•W I#»' ipUL «ptiy and quUkly la sarioi ■ Phl*«tt>, ough«, •«HI MONABY CONSUMPTION PUL >1 Î*»*2ower/ul V . ""'T'.WÜ.ÏÏi. XXPKCTO rVnT, P w Uh" 7 TURoÂÿj DISEASE* LUNQS. n«tr«ly • • P nslrU .ed .. dtrwUlou "V: I. SIMMS, i PrutUol auto« delphl by d«»l«rs to m «dldn»« «v »rr »h»,«. novis Needles Compound Hemlock Fluters i , «ad at n ftvtni la, loll« S r ; «. r fe.- ! SR&V5K «ad l»rg« —r«t»il «t ÏO, 0, U. NEEDLES, DraiglK, PHILADELPHIA. ■de by SSrVor Ml* by b«M DrogsUt« and Dull ■ Deafness, Blindness and Catarrh tmvat mee«M, by Dr. J.ISAACS ly*f L«yd«n, HolUnd.lNo d AurUt^for t,pkr»d«ipht». • City ,r -u »ty; eorai>»ny lh«lrp»tU Bt «.a» I tjM^ARTIFOtAL BYXS.I iomt pain. Nr _ Mt26-ly TO COIIUNPTl VBI. • K«t. EDWARD A . Wl pnacriptlon « pi* remedy by DBly ohjr ■CL REV . EDWARD A. WILSON, UthSMO •eptlO-lB EHHOIII OK TOOTH. Witty. Pr *"» *B. OGDFN ■ylO-ljw O.tlOB upon a bald heed or baaroleea Caee ; a I I (M M. nod wllbcnt «barge by addr*k*lng THOa. F.CHAPMAN,' _ HI Bioadwaj N« £$$Vy$ for ¥oung Hen, >n tba Error* and Abo«*« Ineidfni «o ton Ilr Mtncood. wltb tbe banane «lew of Trm iD AMioCUrttJN, »oxT, PblUdllpbUj'*"' ork ar J*nl$-$e* OaitroaD llinee R l'HlIiADELPHÏA. #11 CHitvnr..*, . \LTIMOR* ^COMMENCING MONDAY, NoVSMBt.K 23d, I "wAY^MAIL Th'.UN UW * '' for Baltlmora.Uopi.il sad In termini EXPRESS TRAIN (Bonds EXPRESS TRAIN for Baltimore end W, (' I i . r .Elk to la-Or Kdg«»c •*. 1140 p. »pplnsst (dslly,) for Prrrjrvllls Or WILMINOTON TRAINS, tall sutlon# between Philadelphia and WII LAva Phlladalphl li.o L«ar. Wl mingle' 5ÄÄ WP -" THROUGH tka*ns P fko: ■ lop ba. BALTIMORE. , 12 . 20 , 6.14 aid ^rOR^PIULADBLPBIA. PHILADELPHIA. CHESTER Leave Ch.aUr fro® BALTIMORE Lura Baltlm B»lUc *ud Intermediate tmlngtoa at SUNDAY IN FROM BALTIMORE T.J6 P. El«topping»! 1 Laaraa BaJUmora FALL A KKAN GEMENT. rnlnj*wn[ MONDAY, OCTOBER 61b, 1808. Pataan OOlNU SOUTH. A.M. P4I CrijÜeM Marine, 10-00 e.46 Mt. Pul« Pork town, 8ALIBBT, M6 78# SEAFORP, UrldgavIlU, Clay A.M. P.M. Farmington, PJyr ! lue DOVER. « . DOVER, l'.b IMyl 8.10 BWkbîrd? J * d MDDUPH P1»»MD|, BrlagavllU MtAFORD, MSB'l NewÖ« Phllad* 0 , Frvlfht Tral: '•'Imlngt r MlddU "io*Si iBgU, Mlddl I. SuhjMl only at li! ÎÏ **■"» CASI'LK TRAINS for Wilmlagion «»a —. . ulladelpbla or K«w Castle. SMYRNA BRANCH TRAIN?. Kmington I r>r Clayton »yto rill. t.Q 8BWALL, Cectures. )TIKK ON A LIFE insurance WILMINGTON INSTITUTE, Tùuriday Eyening, February 18th, 1868, By JOSEPH L. TOl'HAM, E,q„ *4 Drug Btor >y*' CIKNTIK1C I. feCTl'H s WILMINGTON INSTITUTE. >r. BOYNTON, wU b«glo Uly At the Institute, next Monday Evening . FKUKUARY lit.—V I—INTRODUCTION ■ ANIMAL Iltb.—THE MASTODON' PERIOD MAMMOIU Juljr. . .. >» lo l.exiu ■( ». J»» 1S-.H WILLIAM S. W AIT. PLUMBER, GAS & STEAM FITTER, 215 WEST 4th STREET, * (oPPOMTB A wnnmotON, DELA WAHR. WATKR ANI> GAS INTRODUCKD Dwellings,■Factoriei and Ifiuildlnf Generally. Ohandellers, Pendante, Br&okets, Portable Reading Stands BRASS AND IKON PUMPS« Hydraulio Rams, Iron and JLead Pipes, Bath Tubs, Sheet Lead, WaBh Stande, Vitrified Drein Tile, all sizes. DEALZKB IN U. '■ «nu MKMHkUA Of SI HOLD EXCHANGES. ISSUZ BILLS C J. HAMBKO A B D. METZLE a E K James w.tucksh a And LETTERS OF KXPHANU* 0^ NKCOHVi , I AK18. CREDIT asvaüabi OTIC N •pplv lo (be Left Ife, ?u««e Cornell» »£*«•>. froae EUMJA I. EA1LXY.