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AL PasN-We lauu that o i1e e l of prseaes to _ lhi Inetihg ad s-.. hi sMnday In Malch, Is y niud wilt b generlhy 4diatmri throht tho 111011, ts o ts M tved from the re"s. AMMAN'an 1's Passs at thamu10n 1 Am,,m,.~We -have beorwe as pamphlet, aplsnatory of . 11l, An gnmmr's prmnesl of ehbnoing (1,r. vaNs,,, for which i o.btaiaed lhet tMrs pateM in .JIly laot. ThI val aw od tim Invention is attestedl by thumong oouintil of ti+ (ily7 to 6e orlraesi the Poline Juries of rTeles, and ,Jefferson, with other testtlmonial of ngisolrr, and Mam ohinett rciml;tent to judge. We, I.ll4vnois ra ,lnl of the apparatus in an a, xhltlltiln at the cspitl. I ratnww r (5Nt M.it, or fir routa IN* t1e.s - I oh',r act N,. lIrti of thf Igilnlture of 1it6t, entitled "An Ar't relative to ortain dbs.l of the Miati," tnhe Auditor of P'btlie Ac contsi it Ia reqilred on the ltt day ,,f January fi. each year to aser. tlin tdW amount of interest duo by the State to the evperal T.ownhips on the proceeds of asle and rents or (ItitePth Mctions, whiLh, undetr sot ofr Unrnrss, In miad a perma nent truist flnd i the Treanury. (i' the Ist of January, I4Sht, the amount due thie partlhes wan about $40,000, .unt owing to the provsieons of tie law its'lf, nearly all of this amourn t together with aubsequent appropriations still remains In the Ntate Treasury. The law requires the lchuol Directors of the several Townships to draw for the amount and their warrants have to be ap. proved by the Parish Tream rer be. fore they are in form to be audited. Owing to thltepsrease of popula tion In oIthe ontr parihem, there are mae Tewshlpe without choolk sad Wi th o t d!nector,, whitst in aotber snohonls of onu Township are eu ed by sever as Townships user divisatm mad. by the 'ollte Juries lto Wards.,- Hence it Is impossible under the law, for the Public Ichotnls to re. ceive the benefits lltended, Under i,0nstitutional provision, no appro. priationls can hold for more than two years;I ansequeatly the amount. approtpriated revert back to the State Treasury and rlqare a new apiropriatk. b the lqIslt e. This obstatle in the farto S pt. i.lps reclving. the Its o which they re .l law, could be ereeb ,o ilg the law af to eatLerie the prih Trmeusrers to draw ir the sameita due each perish in Md,, a.l-ti viditig for its faithful disntributio through the several Prolio Juries. g.The N. O. P j a that one of the votes dih Mr. Wn.auu- PTussimUos, wp elected Speaker, and without which, be could not have been deleted, at least on that ballot, was the vote of Je tar B. RiggR , from the Poorth C(owngremlional Dis)trict in New Je. siy, a district which is largoly l)emocratic. In the I'reldenulial electiom of 1868 the District gave Bucheia a majority of 8499 over Frmmoat, and a mjority of 1081 over both 'remoat sad Fillmre. The united comnrvative vote best the Republican vote nearly six thoumad votes. The votet of their Represesntative makes a Black Re puhlican Speaker. An A Zrr-be Mft&y even. isg last, an stray toek ples. at the Livery 8Stable of Mr. Hery Crastle, on Third street, robetwee Mr. Arbhi. bald Edger ad Mr. Mshel Cumrra, in aIeik tIe frer was sabbd. dg S It at w mappomed to e -i muek daeng. raem gave himself au d ins new awaiting the loe isn WI lara***4tin s , has ben ill n New Yet a meuqance ofth euerpelsqel poino prp,. a_,., ma d tsit hr .aia. It ruet etrfie him who stards 1till, sow snd thee, on tCh raed ilde I to look the moving p-eo rimesm, of thie sebilonr world: Ia t~e rcts, amly-.as pasninlK trangw e if not altogKther an anomaly, that that dlas of people who slis le be follower of our Lord sad Master, preehlng pn sad oodpd will for the plesure It does them to enjoy It; that they--we mean this oele, dshtld sake the lead in the ery f s eye for no eye, and ask murder for merder. It in right in the eye of the mtny, be eaues il io, and bas bees; but thre are others who think not thee, and have a hope that thist remnnae of ber barlem will by and by leave us end paes out foaever, e as obuolete usge without Divine uthorilty. It should have done .o at the tloseMurtion of the new era, under the (htrisian di penttion; beut as hlstory prowve; warfere and the thirst for blood tevelr ed fresh illes at the Inlunslation of eseh new g@t. We premise that It ie right for natons of people to fight and murder by wholeeeal, and crown the usptsin ae they some from the waer with victorioun wreathe -they who stend at a dbtanee and command the war dele, The people who fight under thfem r ever w eaeh other be fore sad know pnthing of the terms of quarrel, yet they are special heroes. ,let them quarrel aoneg tbemnelvea for real ause of Amal pLd let ose kneek soetl i and kill him, and he m i for It. Tre t , he dal advnetage of holy water and under the direetion of a, minister of religeon, may have the way to heaven pointed out; but this mkes the aerteue matter of itk. lag life by law, very fral. In 1-toi ter year Loledas hm put her right foot foremest s this matter, and the jury hue a right which few jurymen are awarew of, to quality the verdiet of "geIlthy," by appesdihg thereto "with. out aplitl punlshment." Did man. bled grow better under the hala-eg syste, or did the ine of the world diminish, we should ay heau on; but that emlk Is out the feet, thee is abundauee of evldenoe derived from pretleal observate sad esperlece to prove. From the New York etapspr we obtain the follownig facts in referees, to the death penalty: Amrmget the reawone given by those who are opposed t ttakit life for life, are: that them are prisoners where murders may Itn sately onfined for life; that tle divinelt oommand, "Thou shalt not kill, le a prohbibltory upon the edgee, Juries and leginlastors, as upon Indivduals ; and that the in. 1 t often sutior instead of the ..dty. As evidonee of thmi fact orime hag not nonremsd in the thee States of the Union in which epital punishment has lw,, abol. ishvd-namnely, Michigan, Rhode Inland cad WieconMin-wo have' otdiial letters from those Staten. The ecoretary of State of Michigan say. that, neeing that oritnme has n;t ionreeaed, "it would he inmpe sible to assetmble Ia eislature that would take the reepoeiblilty of reutoring the ritllown." Thi Secretary of State of trnido Island says that, from inquirieon he baa made, "crime ha , not incresned since the deoth penalty was slho, ihed." Mr. dcraw, the ,tat,, Prison (C,mmiseioner, of Wincon sin, specke enthunsistieclly of the reulte of the abolition of capital punishment. Okhoee culpritn fo)n guilty of mnurder, and conlined for life, he .y that sih a general thing, "they are much better men, of more integrity, on whoae words I can place more ruliance--who have bt. ter moral preceptione, and are al together of a higher order of lela, that those imprisoned foq lmor ,;git*es." Thi, apparent meomesty he thusn explaine: .. . "About one-halt the awaker com mitted the crimea under the indk coce of ardent upirite which others administered to them. Thee meo now sober, hnd returned to their normal condition, arem peaceful and well beebad. They were origin ally, a , a moral and as s the average o( 4h~ would i remi the tempta. tAn asmail them, if ld a gaeioqua . their mmies uner he prescure of An to thie frt di the dl.InuIe4e id rime in Wieorine di.mes th1 abdlitton tf the dsoth pueIsy, Mr MeUrew thuns argee s "lfike all other reftam, the geniiod etiet in not imcnmedtely enat but I doibt if any ether State, tutamins Ing nearly ,r quite a million of tpopleh, eonret+l e lifrom a1l parte of t4l wrld, where life t. tekaon mfr life, ao sthow les than one murder in elghteli months. Yet this, is I thave l ld, Is all we have rcevoived in that time ; or do I know ,,r any new awaiting trial, I do nut think aiy one of tMhe lm= le'r oinflnrld for mnrler here thlieIoght isr totnCmeltt alout (hut il'eimlty ; toor do I sulppose thihs i very oertet, the necs till after the crimse loha Icn committed." Lactti NAPotcr/s An A Wlrrsi. In a letter frcit, P'ar.i Mr. Iligelow thlus mlwilds to thei mperor's ablil (fy as a writer : - It Is general cumlidoeed a daen rce, thing fr a smlna in high pilcne tI, write IutllJch. If any lstateslnatl ever tok .at lite riksn ,,f each a habit, the ltmpror of Frsonne is thnt matl, bt h eut Ie ,sim to Ctrengtlh; Iol himself, iy very .nw elxpclnre of thls kind. Thei Prenh, with go.nl reaoln, are pr-ed of hi i fit rclII c'ctmnntic)atitn. An Kngiish gentllcell maI Iskeid NM. i',ed en. day whoi it was that got up tie enmper. or's papers, they were 'o seamain ly cl'ever, "Thie mpeCm ror hlimself," was lhe repl, "ftr tllere Isr na ,tie or man i,, i'rnae that omit write asnl papers." heut, lenide their lility, they have In themn another, perhapsin morer lnportant, element or piopularity, speoially such of them an asit nt reoncidtllng the pub. IHi to his meanures, for they betray a d.ferncne to puilin pplnlin, a cndeotstcnsiin which In flattering t,, thleiM who, are addroene i t.hey are a tik,en ct his respect for the happhiesi and welfare or the peo. pIle; they recognise indirectly the lrilne~ple that Governed, a dloctrine whiech, wihen recommended by Ve'tlio,,i tIn iouls XIV ftr his gUi. dcnoo, led tim (Jranrd Monarque to ay ,il hit, after ho had retiredl, "there ges tone tof the levereict and mott chimeroal men in Prance." QulcK On TIs TaIIeIa.-"YOs will please oerve,ald the old e hool teaoher Lamwell, as h led us throelh his school th other day, that the boys are required to obetre the as saot attention to quitesse as well as disoipline ." We had at this momet arriived is front of several boys etsadia around a water-buoket, aad one bad just charged his mouth with the eoateat of the oup, while the old gatlemaa was stoopplg over to mover bhi pa from the tomr, when another, Ilal along behid, e lamsped his bAgr qulek meer thee rikw's ear, whloh oeased him suddely to eject the eon. tents of his mouth over the peds gone's bald pat.. Standing upright, with his face and hair dripping, he shouted aloud: "Who did that?" The party aa-. imously oried out. "Jim Oune, air." "Jame (s un, what did you do that for "' Jim, appalled a tihe l ahief ht had doaos mtered that it was out his fault-that Tom Owen snapped him. This ohanged the direction of old IlAmwell's wrath, ad Ishalking hi cane portenlooelyJ over Owea's had, he meaed. "Did you seep OGee 7" The oulprit eremblieg with fear, muttered, "(Ye, adr, I mesapped GOen, but I didn't how LLthat he was loaded I" UNITINo Ia CAaPIAN AID HI~Ac 8sAs.--There seems t be hope that Peter thIe OGrmt' hiahedt idea of anting the Opien oad BIlak Seas mIay be at leah arrid d ito elect. During the last few year everal partial survey. hre been made at various time, but darrlg the les two shi were carried on cpoe a large sale, and with more as-d results. The route adopted is ebeu the vtllie of the Kum ad Maitehb. Tbhe former smram rises i the moan. bim of n oees e sad emptl irate the Aral, a hadred ile south of Astnuea. The latte r klong, broad, and llggish trmam, risiag at e greamt distamo from the Kea, mad deboebhiag into th Doe not far fom the Sea odf Aamo. Coempetee engieers hae decided that a eael saissg the twoam by this eroue -u he onestructed at a emperatlvely small coL.-N. Y C·wr. SAu old bahelor, w is very cyical on the subject of famAle fsh-I ouet ohrf h aro, better i there were net &~d inh lees at the door. IMCatter O ?1l PUable so.-Th Ilw Y1 Mmeis t toled tsh ha ade d Wiari seet e Sho a le bsreu Westetr Aletl ditvitleat of opt eut I nes .lie aes sthet "she enpetimte I thu hr m-Ad-and theyl t, prty full-.deaseutrate that eamelie te It sate a moot esekil sed eeontalsl seema of itraepem tio. tortoo m ad lrlN t ho she tast deserts d brrue re i f ou er inlr, .A aet willlo safely with its birde over rousr d a rough and preIlpitoou ktht a mile will seereoly p.a over it unleden without asMletuee. They to. gluaire o forne bus whob thy athet in the ote rile send barrte perto of our eontinent, aid for wary daye toephhr live easmevledy without water. An abueedase uso of thes nlmsae, would, beyond aiI dolb, a able our army to give greatr and preompter prItoen to our frotierde, and ito all our inter oesle to ro thie throe times their eeSt expeeded in ay other way." Thle ought to be eumfleiet to w. ure jlterel appropriatilo from (ion e fthe Imperation on a large wls, of then ".hlip of thedlemrt." Prom the MbisieipptI Velley nd the (ulIf of Meiieo to te Peel Oeemn, over a teritollrl area neecdl In es tent a mildio of qumre mhie, the armel may be multplied by thouesede, with a till inureeie- demasod for more, flitribate idam lbedIly smla thes laetenlrvs demrt, sa he will .oon people them with dInutrimue settlmetse, sNd rednee immensely the prewsnt Ottimet of she a of a I'eoeie rsilroad, Toa Mountateo ItWPIAnM.-T-e fateait O W4u1 of floadere, a light be expensed, s publishing the mew hey Imllnd treaty with OGrea Bristae, coemeust ve flevorbly spou It. It The Wlads return to the republle with no stlpuletioee deroatory So the digllni of floedures, Bt is may be objetod that the repblie agrees to gran of $000 a y ar, for o years, to the Mosquito Indisen who moy tall within ts territory. Yet is may be urged Is Irly thct thes. people pro the ls eseild in the stire 8tate, thet they .r seolded from its ei1lll. iesiue, sd that their habite snd Ian. glpoe nar pcealleg sud eirunmeeribed, laomon hmasisty dietateo that they should romei.o he pteredl are of the Stae, Ad he brought is the shorteeS time possible up to the level of the eest of their fdlow.etitse, And although this paysent may seem a somewhab grave thlrg at eCs eight,h yt it will be more thae espeeetced by returee from the dilirioe 'whlh re now pIeelMll kap ol* of the Jo riledotion of She SMes., The lahbbieetss of the Iflends sad the Mosquito lndisa are sllowed to prswei their religlion without later. fernee-a onoesmion proper to he made, hlet, by inmltlnsg o their so. cepting the Catholie faith they should be drive to migratle, sld the me tshu los a large body of uoful oltisno. The republie farermore guarentees to aotuol wttlers Ia th trritores heretofore in dispate all their possessions until the eompiet tribusal provided for is the soUves. slo, shall determine o the validity of their titles. As they will be eou. edered n saine bore oeiisms of the State, it would be hard to deprive them of the rights appertslaisg to that eharseter. Altogether we be. liee tbhat the oouaeeioe will meet with orcml oouorrece, sad he c. oaa u a rel dikpositloe of thCoe pendint qgetolm b1ws the epb lo d 1re Brhdt. iAt a recent ,noting of the Boston Soclety of Natural History, a discoeldon took place iA regsard tothe meteorof lst Aulgrst. I weu stated that the notie ofthe ox ploion was beard over an area or two thousand square miles, and that the meteor wo seen over an area of six thousad lquare nmilee. A single fragment only of the me teor is poitively know, to have fallen, and jlis wa in Bethlehem, j almat ten miles west of Albany.- 1 The piece, picked up soon after it fell, was quite warm, end had a considerable selpbheros odor. It w irremgularly shaped, and about the site of. pigoa'. egg. Near ly three-fourth of its uurfale wau covered with a black, noa-luetrouas, evidenily fused crust ; the remain der pesrenting the apeaues is • fresh trnol d I'lbt frra ctr or, and a granular, rs l line testers. It we apparently siliolous, sand not .metalic, The. epeolue wes bought by the Re ges of tie State University of New York, sald l depoited ia the State Cabinet at Albany. - aruioSl tmr bstvregth," - th elddidy said wIm d sh al rld ] wtith btter for r bordera OfJYAe. PAhV-The * rr:I ofrls Shi, ub. tyN hMCe9 for fIt objgg t. pw. Ns'rvikrn of tiea ttnr., tia. s t iten eff twon ixultl~tUtouol rI o tion . tatp, tad the nnr of uevotl;ranu.It Msdu by r 110I9 mll I/ cili bfnndno b4Yosemew e~ tht..e, Il~ni J.'au, J, Uritterndeoe, ollu, Millard VlHC morn and lion., Udwrd 1verntt'ar. eipeetid to addesm the atinug, tlo ray!.. dipatuoh. M1fhCIAt1 NOýTICtM. Ums..'. 914eg 9meýbo ofasg Usee0w. te #'eceasi Sm,. ýet" Me 0 A Na # Is Ofeeer with MAN SNo JA A few M loes ..eeIo Oem .,e .al., NOJW IN Y(7lt L'I' IMP.tI 0,331 ae.e, es As. 6Pppwrewue.iah.p lip. W !2ANN sohw.eel no o Uaeega safari. Is adr IF, n .Aa two, Orr Ntf n~pt .lfto we eeepeetrele, Imoe ae00 11 ts e Ma ewNt e M ateewm and br1.4. send She , Ibi e eln PPIM. *NP" 11000! OR Y) RU O A31.5 TRNS ON 1t*A$O NAILK T11* $.rm Ur getemged elMtg the tsoo"1 .4 no 1, ene Al iLel, lin hoa. 10. ,ih.eeeeoe tin &A o 1S. Sbaelem gqeod IU44 Nne.elm gO.... these I. fill. tw..wIIT seei.. 1e meNA Pqmee e. A4hr. 104 s. beihee pseeeueeppa 4. 4 hod ludeS, t 5N . 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