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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1869, New York, New York                               VOL. XVIII........NO. 5469. NEW-YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1869. PRICK TELEGRAMS. Speech of Ex-President Jotoson at Knqxville, Icon, Discovery and Arrest of Conspir- ators in Italy. The Charges gainst Minister Hale De- nied in the Spanish Cortes. Rcesplion (if the Prince of by tlie Sultan of Turkey. Tin Qurjan Still in Possession of tlio Oomandiiiirio. tX-PRESIDZNT JOHNSO2T. Ilii Ilrception nt Iv lie Again His UcM'miiualicii Co Sleturu fo u iPotitiriil t.ift: l I't to Ihc Niw-York Kv-xv f. Temt., s iturd-iy, Api'il j. ANHI-.I .v JOHNSON an mil at 11 tins inoru- iii i .11 no u ml In lniifr pus'oiH, anil (In plnin- wiaMu'p a.ud i i.il tr.utis onalilul ir i iy to in el linn. Mi1 to in ojen t.iruip lio'-i Hip depot to tin? Until, frnni tlie M' s of vvl'cli In1 afli i Hpuke, pie- n-I'-l a li-iiil and jtcl.Mow 1< t.. Hun. T. A. IS Nnsov I .in aiuln mi- (if 'J.iMt. v. ilh li ilf 'ii s Tl.e main ponlu of MI 1 'i wen fiii st.iti mi :ifH Ui.if I" i 1 il io devote the 11 :it uinli r   11 ipt fin M.rveu Irum s tusi.nl a I inn n paper in Man h, loshev, v. Mi thaiAi ti .ill lie   i.i t upon tin in. Iln In ut, b. il i Ix i-ii brul en lij tlu' him w lin h lunl IK wu ki-il tin1 ship of Hi.Ue. lie lunl MI n in Hie Inn own olnlii.xry tn I nni1 fioiii tin  Thr Cntuitinlr'nrio, I I iiutl Hull nt uilrr ol u Mlato vs iv, April t. Tho I'n mil j i let ilay s ml that tlie Me f'iiHIlllullltltrlrt, Will ll IS iptlllld bj till ('nb in-, was -itipplli d with t u il. atpii m.i- tluii. Ac utr tin r..ihaiu.is, and did aot u t( l tin1 liaibur of isviu at all. A aimed lure 1 isfr eMMilmr front Mat.iii7.iM for the pin nii-i- of d> n. n dim.' tin- person of an iinpoit.int Stale prisom r ho h id been sent here by Ihe Cowinor of Mat A( corillni; tu the ('ninmlld ('-t rcin'cst, tin unery be n tinned lu tin aiithontnd of Mat mzus for trial. in (Hiltl at pn imts piUts. I.M !i urn h.irp'd. Coluiicl i i ui- Iritt.ilmn of fn e bliii ksftirin !ne -en n e in ju IPI'-MU'I of I In (an ciiiMint. It ir. un Ii-utiMid limn lulialmi -i shoilly. A hkitini-li tuoli pllii e bet wor n tlie .In-ni." i !H and the (nm rninent tin >ps Inle tlie latter v i te ptntvi'jhii: provi-nuiR fiom Sin it a I un and I'lierto 1'rlm The n -ult ui The I'nidd States su.ri.ir Cmittmi -iihd Hiiexpcetedlj The ilr f iilni approves of tl i of diluted 11 mini tits, ;i; d ,idiK tli" t l IK'iiple ul Spain, .ind iMvcalv.aj s ii ;nJli d tin iilleirt made tta m> n ;i It Tpu.fi d th li .11 i i l i etioji il a i eitiuli of Ihe MI, i l.ul road. ______ Arrrs-t of F'v. fji nt >r. 'Id.1 Jf-ii.iiii-i i.n-, :o I :ir: M :lli ;r rrito: y. Itmi St.'] tiiiiii.t.s tn tin vt i'u th it IH 1'.i i. (iiinliu ti d im (kmnvli d inc tlnl 1 i u le in i a, .t l wa> best Oregon brands, 2n quiet at iMi. IJ-K.I! Mining Hhurus dun ng Ihcuct k act ue, the pnlert exceeding u million and a ini.trU r dtiilais. Aliiha 31, Ihleher 18, Itnllion 17, Clndlar IM, Contldeiico I'on.t 1.4, Kmplrc lllll io, Gould Knny IKt, Ilalu and HO, rial 88, Keiituck Aiitdintal 2H, Oplnr 34, Ovcnnan sa, 78, i i Ni v.ida to, Yellow Jackbt CO. Arrived, t-hip Miiry Hick, from C ilhio. Bailed, ship for -witli barrulM of flour. Theie i.s a general romplaint In to the Firv in ICocbritU-r. X. Y., Satuidaj April 3. About 8 o'elock tLia inoining aiiic was dis- covered la the bracket manufactory of 3. nt AT, in the old Rochester llouso lllock on Exrli.ihj.'o- Btreet. Tho flauien nproiid wllh frightful rapidi- ty, and BOOH tlio two Tlio flrcmcn checked tho fire, however, tho lower stories were damaged, except by water. Tho buildlug is owned by Messrs. LVMIIEIITON MACK, -whoso loss -will bo several thousand dollars; no insurance. It was occupied by Messrs. KlNGSBUur and SEXTON, pattcrii-makerfl, lose uo Inmiraute; B. WIIEAT, br.iekct manufacturer, loss no insurance-; ISAAC WEIOELI-, iwot and shoe store, Joss in- Co.. eash. CANADA. Tht- liny Company A crop I Ihr OtTcr lor CompcuMnlion o( C.'luiuiH. OTTAWA, Canada, Saturd.iy, April 3. Information has icac'hod the 1 hidbon's Bay Company's oOleeru In Montreal that at tho nieet- iiiK of ubarcholdcra, called to oonsidur Lord GitAsvn.LE's propofal of couipcnsation for tlielr elalniB, Iho Company agreed accept the Im- perial offers. Tlio Canadians arc believed to bo on tholr return homo. The revenue of tho Dominion of Canada for tlio month ending 31st March waa fem cx- Tho Saturday, April 3. Tlio Spiing niectiiiK over tlio Metairio Course coinnu'iiced to day with a larso attend- ence, particularly a largo riuinber of ladles and piomlncnt turf men fiom ahioad. Tho weather wan tine, and Iho track in pood condition. The race w ;IH a sneepstakes for two-year old, mile danh; forfeit; tho Club to add '1 ho follow Inn i.s a munin.iry Coltrill'M ch. o. Coltrlll.by Duifpl Ikxinp.iliin T 1 J. .1. OTillnn'M lir f. Altn Vela, by Yiuulal, (luia f. liy Mot kwtll Z A. p e. Jell. by J'.til.j lite 3 V eli t. Ciiiiln p tiy Dnnul IliMine, (I nit l.i 11> ilr. I I'1 e -icivid i.see lor the Mi laliie Sn  Invi, but fu.i'i d tlr on the l.unii -.tu-ti !i, n.d uiii d il.--i im i ,1 in i ui, M i i'lre til f'rtinltliirl. I in it i i iv, t. .1 II 111 M 1 tht linlt IK mleiit Hi liiiu laltc landnla'i Im M.I.UI, w m tu'l.u I'i us It i n, Ihe n in i.itic IIMII i- aee. I. is( iiii-ht tin r- u: -liny liii', I mii'-d u i- home of (.1 )ll.s! i it 1 i. i kTult, K u is it' HI ruled In Hie, lu.'i tin r uiln liai els uf hi-ki htuii d fill li in. I.ii-x. tJ 'i.lKSJ. Ili'iitli ol' nn r ill JSiiiuIiinii- Ion. t. Mi. B. s, u MiM, of. IdikoUhn, N. Y., a, p.itn nt ot In Im.Ke AM linn, who has IK i n ,i habitual i iler, touli an i l duM of l.im] u tun un linn -d front the t IT' i tsof uhli h he diul. Tlie (uioiui'rt jnij hu-t IVIMI.HK di- el UK! th it he was di il and look (l.c lauda- iinm fur Hie pmpuso of di -trm tmn. Ml Si H M.II In luiii_'( d lu a d laimlv ('out ii liott of thr .lliircli'riT of .lliijor I.orUninn nl VI 1 MnV, IVxtlH. H itllixt IJ Aplll .1. Tin1 ('runin.iK'iiuf t nf tins has In i n i lu-im d for the l.i-t time d.tj on tin t IM- of I i km  i id u and a M'ldli I rendeii d lids id niniilirln tlui Hint di e. Tin ea-e of lit CtinuN, is.u- I1 -irinj 11 nn up mi i due da j nr ,t. Citlrndiir uf thr t'onrl of Ai n VM "Mtur laj AJ.. il Call t.tl.ir of tlm Coin t id Appi aN it Im r.. t1-! iiniljill Vus 14J, UT. i IP. ii rn. IM, r i, ri. KM. i ,i. i i. rr i li n, Iiil 'Ilu :e v.ill tn tiofnrll.il il.-y .'a t..i vj i'lie 'I't r A el ft '-'Kill I li} J'n IC.iii li ui in Hi.' iu on tin- I V i I bl.ti 1 1 S.E'. 'ca s :o il. i.i I'.N. llll'li J III mi. ii KI iii i 11 ii i M r. Tlie 'I.nuc ol I Dine :ti I, h.'d ti.it IK i d up tu I 1' M. todaj, .ill! i tin I'M ,U HiiiaiKs tu ajipit) iliiiMmi mi tilt -nliji i I li e no duiitit lli.il lie v, iii ihi -n Tai -illij'i t i> u'! Ilie i lit ti'j'.e nl and I I tilt, ba: iri IUSM its iMt it -I I y (lie muie nl (hi (uuiii il ..i itiitinhat Tlii I'M Anulln i lint uf in aiU m mil .iltiini In (lie-Senate tu d n.nre th.m li.ilf In 'I i 11 inn i.il aiiiuilnlnii ills, iniluilirk' fur I i.iltuta, M Mi AJ ml .il u .cn n lam for UK- h.nne, tn- ehnliiiK Montana, C'utniado and I'lali, .IndL-i'H. Marsh iN, Altoinejs, Tin n was MIIIH m imfi -lid i r-ln ,.i A-MIJ-1, wlaiM1 n.inn v.as to bu id nf'iin ji Kitl.iy In the C.ih'tn I To, i iiiurof nut nf in. Tin 1> iftnn-t then loi not d. Tin re li i- li., :i u Kn al Kcialnlili loi HUM' and. Mliile tin n ait HKi'.il many d pi o- jde, y< t (he .ippuintjiiriil-, an a aio veij illy unmiK ndi d. Ml'. W. t-ciiinsi 11, aji- jiiiinktl S-'iieliij of Munliina, if a di-iivint; t-u'dii r, who foiiKhl iii'iime inn t, Jim. W Kiiiun.iri and J. Ji.iic-. In lie I. tie Jiistn i H, mm ni.'. I'lLiuh lo bo Chief Justite, Knll.ll iMin ICidilt i lo be AMMH late Jn-tm, Da l.l.l.Ul. Tl I'DN'-TItl t'Tt'iS. '1 1.e Ui eiiUhiiiit-liDii Ciiinniitli o held a and Inli n riling i-thsiun this murniiv, at the 'I i lliht eanio lip for tli-.i iii--.mii, atnl (li m i.il, DAMS inailc a In oppti'-illini tu 1111 Ciiiitlltillluii (imposed by tlie lad lion, mil m fax oi of a diUMonof tin Male. di Minor A. J. KIM iniMiit, and put man} Intel to the called fin III aminali d uplicj. J'lie inn h'lon Una taken mil a lur.v d i immd-Miin of al unt tv-i nty Hi .IIIH and l OHM i MiliM s iied, tun uf uhiini, Me-si Mi (if Ah mid I, Ills II VM, of Ku hi i mi id, made e 11111 si aN fur the is of a lull alliinltiK tin' s of the l oiit-titiilion to a of tin 1'eupli on tin tiiins 1 i U at Ilie I e-t H -inn uf tin Si Hat' u inn 1> the di if r tin hlf-m't: i i I'lho to lie d nil hi [i.n ill It. in mid lli.il tin i on i in i lit e v. Ill M In f.iMH of IHH tin- i It i HIM in Ti .u-', dt fining i ,nin m i In i i di n I i I. nld tin in I K Inn. lilt ui IKIS  irt fmUii'i iiiiiciiiled IIH folliivm. Strikeout tlio fuurth thiTiMiI relating lo retnll ilrlaili-m. nml tlio filth iiiirui'rapti tn nnd Ini-luilliiK Ilin wuidn "nhnll IH> lOllldlld tlljlty IllOMHClld till lltB and Inwrt In lieu thereof tlio followliiK "Hi'tnll ildiliTH )n llijuorn Hliall liny (Jfi, every puiuiii Avliu Hollrt ui oiHiH for tuilo tou-ljtn or iliniii'AUc illrttlllitl mnillH, allies or limit 111 i'iiiuitillti3leHN tli.mflM tlio satiui time, Hlmll bun Curded IXM retiitl ileiiler In Iliinuiw. Whulcsulo Uc.ihrn Hliall pay ijnio. KMTY JIHIWIII who ei'llH nttiTH fur Hilo Idrelini or duiiiOHtli dli-tlllbd splrlUi, wmiHiir mult iltiini In niiantltlcH of aot.lCM tJiau Jive Kn'loiiH. nt tlui Hi'inn time -hull be rciirnliil ni n llqiinr (tiiili-r. IJenli-i-s In llqnnrn HiiluM, HidOHdf all otlnr mi rcliuutUue, Hliull exLtcdii'i.Oi'O shall piij un o-liUttnniil t-ii al the riitnuf oiio tlulljrftir every liimtlii.il dollnra of Rides of in IIXM-MI of Biii'h mill on miry d ilnll.iiH uf mli.s of other nicrchiiiiibtui nt I IIP caniu rnto wtioUsulo ildilent; llllll tl liis Htlltlt IK' K Illl IU ll, HhHI (I OlJll UlUII in Urn name iniimur mtulnil of dinlciH, nut no tllKtllliT or whuluis imld lih Hpcelitl tni IIH Kin h, mill viliii M llrt uliK illKt.llcil or malt MiliiiirsDf his jiKiiliiclluii ut ttio pluccuf mniiufnc- t lire in thr orl-'iiuil r.'ink-i 01 to Hlilill tlm am ulluid, uh..lt lid u iiulli d In jiny Ih'i i iiiltiiiut ,i i.ilu dealer 011 atunmt of sui'li H.dl H !'nt wrrtinn c7 r.nn ailed fn ns lo rp- (inlio Unit liuinftii fill hpid.il rcieune tin tlm in'yniint nf tux in tul. -ii imd Mliifl.Ill jiin kHKi'H u' 'me 1 iiiind IT limn1 ill wlll'llt, i-liiill I) lunnlii led In coi lumen 4 ni s fur cix ll uillcc- tlon nnd t-liitll I.IIM a I'limk MI nu nir thv dutu nnd n HiMiutiitc ol llu ('nl.i.ilir tiMvlidin tluy III. l l< Illl MNi.shll'l lil'l Hll'l till rvUt'ie, :i l'v, -My r-li ill I.i I't ol ali't the lllll, ll'i'l n[ till fin 1111 ll ll IM.III. I tor llllll iiiiamliii tiin is ot mini in u nfi- liy HI I t .11.1 tu Jlllli HtlllllpM st] it) JMH ll he.div, uitln.i tlii'ii n di-ii'i M. '1 li it M 1 1 inn H.H tn .inn ndi d H.I i I.ii i tin r tbo iiro pi i tui'h nuine ol llu n inn ul Ute niniaifiii tnrt r i-iiidl lit inlnttd ou lliu III'H 1 tin in-, jn.r. idul for m .Ilil! I Uoll. i.. .tint tif ft fnrtlier eiwctnl. Tint hwtlnn uf llu act tn .m 'lit- in i! ii inn nml I'll otln i M, il June ai, IH'i, MM imiiidid tiytlio niiiili Hi-linn or Ilie tif July l', IM.'.. I.e f uHli i r inn nili d ndi tin n tu I In- fnllnu IIIL; And lint f.ii I tleit an; ullu i-taitifH NII lirinr'lit, oMeieil fur H'tli', iiHisl or hid In nrt at.iii'Hitnl, In en v. il urn sloieil bj ii'imiMin.' in nlteiniK tin1 inn ell or tli tin nun, Khnll tin I'rtina Jin ic Jin ol HIII h lniM- In n imtr IIHI d ami li} (he III' it of f, i'ln MHIIC piiri Inn i nt, {i tpi l, InsiruiiK nt ui it! IP' 1 1m ip d with il l.iu in Miilitlun D( UK IIIIIMMIOU-, of luiti M i turn. FOKTY-FIKST fOr.CillLbS. FIRST SESSION. HK.VAl'i; W K'ltiiitlay. Apill 3. .Mi. Coi.i. ml induced d joint resolution in iKinn- Sin al., a port of delneiy, and ;thki-d its ilium il. ale mii-nU ratlun, but Mr. Muliltiil ted, and it u.ni iileru'd to thu Coliinutli eon Ciimiin ice. ri AI. or uti. i. iw is TO n i.itv. Mr. MM u liitriidin i d a bill In lejieal the ni'l lo pi i M ul lli< I m i la I mil of i 'am !'i r-iuiH into it i ,s tn l 1 he s I liei eiif, 1 hen inijioi t iliun is piididnud. Thlh bill, I e i-ald. KlLtidl In the iilaliiiL: to MiiMTy iilaliiiL: to MiiMTy lem lining' tin Htatnti lieol.- uf the I'liitid M.itiu in d IIH it'll id In en n ported liy the Jnditiaiy (iimnultie and d liv Belial) al lh  i i i nt Iniiirs it il'a} 's uoiK Im i.n i ll inn s an I Mini. IK in tin n 1 ,m_ uf II, i Lnitcd blali.-. Aiiu, d  that slrciiKth on tho nini-kct to uu- loi I.. mil dmtiihute hum (led capital. TheprcHent liautfr.iu my .liniment., IH than n hen ilie ielii.I.s tlr< d on and mined on Wiinh- lutter no that uro not deeply i unj-ldei ed. In the miiltipUi Ity of tho Mhlcb upon me, my tlmi) in too completely alisoibeil to plan' them i-ven to-iuy- i-clf. A fiiL'ci b Ibat IH wholo lu Itself and re- IIUHC.S to be read la lull beloie thu point in It can be uinlurtiliioil, m 1113 Judgment, dm H not meet tlie eit-so. 1 1 1  opinions I now avow and thottcl li.ive Indicated. Sly prcnent plan that will remedy our evIlH. ThiH take time uud liivcstlKallon.. It in clear IIH tho noonday nun to my own mind; but to provo ally and wllli rca- HIIHH IH tlm lo bo accompllttlicd now. Tho demand for my Hcxenil HpceehcH ulll Hpeidily mot. 1 have had no one, nor have I had time imnclf to a voidlti niiHWpr to HIP multitude of letters I have re- cd, hut I shall Fend tny Hpcechi'ii Inlo every city and town, and on them I Aland. Thu poM- tion I huvc talieii would h.ivc availul nothing If lakeri herctofdrc. The n  remark in id'1 by Mr. tlmt the bill nlled for unlv a Bum a few years ago In i-nehn tilll, attiactcd the attcutiuu of tho Jlou.-f'.ind the eoiintrv. Mr. IJhCK, a member of tho Commlttpo on Ap- TiroprlatloiiR, Item of (rJ.ooo fur tin exiieni-iri of the Interim' Depait- iin> by HtatliiK that the Coniiultli-e on Appru- prhillnus of the 1'iHt lnid benu led Into a nm-take In ri-iiurtlni; for that bcrMu1, when It hhimld repot K d Mr. KKI .another membei of tlie Cnmrnltton nd- li m liM'Mionv, nnd of vihieh the tn imtifiil THIS ht'ic his hide v pro Ihe Kilent is 'lle-f.n. uf tho man Inolted n ilm il Its hf, ulur reliiiud, ill-it n pi i ful (pin I CMIII-SMOII ri'i-h-d tin the TutilloiileKH lips [t 1- ,inhil expresHiuii, pnlntiit lie in-1 it i.i idi) ono w under that sneli a f n an I r- h rd "ps cnutll Ix-loni; to him h id un tit ib .Hi to a Chrlirtlarj viife and nml In mil u 1 II-M t children Into niiutln r unrld. On hi- hit i hi i k r  us plai i d 1-1 i nfl: In id, his father. Two blood K d M irs nim.i 'i i .I'M] all lh.it t'-ld 1' i- I i uf JIM It a SVM-I f f i u h'i li d heavt'liward oil! Of tli-e 'in. Numiil.ri von1 visible lo iiitlicati thi I'll li M It the fjllier'K hind had di lit ai 1 'In 1 I, ID fragile Ililnif roposi d In us M i- if Hlrop ll.ld Hlldtletllv overt ike, I il Hid Huutl'idlt Into a most peaceful Kliui I tl'...l ui i it the QiiKolH" li tli' mil' fi-ln't hid FO fl'.ll fully HCllI to IlK-'r.ipi iill'll Vi II" r llrt ondi mmly compi.i-ed. In then '.tiu.l i 1 tint form of tho v ife and mot In r 'I I 1! rv, i u It wore healletetl ovi-r the nt i n i 'u- (liieiitly lypl( al of the puiitj of Hi ii li'i li had IM en HO tnl'eii. At ao'c'.iicHHief.iiiei il prm- l the stieet. Thn e he IM 'n, A i CoiivreK itlonal Chun h, wh i. s vvcie Iiinl7i d, and a-lhe i 1 il iu Hie ntieit tjiev t i i trilri of niiinri i m'liii In i 'dmnv on foot. Tin- lollovvliii' jii-.nn. -i i i I bearers bei-lde the rvn.nni u' '.i d M U--IIIM. K  pnlpil. vhlle Ilm rilutttiK of tin- m isid i i inn d heats the liejlltsi to Hi' 'n. 'Ihe vlill, hund f illter nnd aimul-ii rlrh ken mu1> i l ol lui n i'i id daiU'hti r. nnd tin vi m.ilile fai'iii1 ol t1 i di CC.IM (1 h.l.sliand, v en- tin i i d n no ol fin II Mirruw sv hi li'it fi iem o 111 (Ids i.i id. i v M-al in Hi i Irn Ii v i- in cnpied, and many pi i sons d to i.n.d dnium the, liijpn s-n e si i li i r- uf iln uioin nfni otiai-iiiti A" the i wi re borne npt1 'I le 'Jiecholr, with hiilidnrd vo i h intetl .i'ilii .e itei IILI ll Mr. C M M f. p is-.ur tl.i' 'i m h n id a s uf t-i I'jduial i-eli i linns ii li s( .ip- inopn iteiu's" to the id of llu In in. "llus fol'iivvi i! Ii) d prjjrt m un i h tJn ji m- yud'w Id' on tliuM1 I u u sttd- denU calli d to inulini OM'I MI <-'lt.it i li. ii.iM- lllcllt. The In nm U oil M ul, t M ikn s I !i''ii filing In tin liolr 'Ihe tniur.tl seimoll v, iu- thin pit ,n bed b) Ki v Mi AI- 11 l tin tuHuwinj.' "'I'i .u 1 1 us lint vie Nluill unto Him M.I' intuit. (itdirotir Hpetth by leason of d.ui.ut Jub I'i ijei fullfwod the Ronnou, afd r i.t i nirpn-K-iHoa Ji d up tiieaf le and ro i ui It ted In look fur I IIP 1 iM lime at tile f u'e- uf th  tlircu Lnt tliei tue .1 J A M I Tlio hnndvrrltinp Indicated, al tho close i at 1101 v IIIIH itcineiil tu lilm pi nut d il. ind iih ll wiut on a Hllii of UUvrapli paper, t, In belluved that IIi.Arh-luM. lliht uroti it uith the in I out lull of ti-li'KrnphlnK It, Imt n alliinf ll D fait that It would eaunc hU arreht, he maili d tlm ini'MsaKo and at oiipe proiuded to the IIMT, vvliicli wiuj between four and IUu imli.s di-- titnt, mid there, brought the feu ful of death to itn trat'le cimelunlirn. Mr fwLit, it. CllAVllTos, of MadiMiu, nl on to Philadelphia afd r the IxxlU htates th.it aladyllvlliK m vt lo Mr. UI.AI kSTONt.'u ri-hldi-nio In I'liiladi Iphla, not 1 mi Sunday last, that Mm. Ui AChsiosK wim 1 iborlnjt Under Mime incut, il en itcinelit. Hlie wiw HOCII at iivvlndiiwliUKpiijt catxat-liiK her llltH) girl, und fiom HomcHdiiK vvhiih had Haul Hi Irt neighbor hi! to belli. vu tliat Mm. Ul ACK- hTUM- di-oln d to made .1 conlldaiit of her. This iiniisieil iiianlfest.it nm rt marked, and tin- horrible tr.itfi-dy wiui dlsn'overed Uio nelKh- hui Ihut Hho had nut ciiiled nu Hi, ichslw.vu to t5o ciiiixi) nf her mental iinxti'lv. It K-ild that Mr. lli.ACKt.TONK, during his rcnl- deiuu in I'hiUdelpliln, nmdo many friends u ho were warmly atliichcd lo him. On Friday last ho wsih tlrnt obAi'rved to act very Htrangely, but no ono of Ills thought him Tho ncwit of Uio horror took them cuttrwly bs-mir- o, nnd many of them could not belli- -.int un- til they had wltnciucd tiiu rciiult of Uio man's bloody II wldum iH'eomes tho duty at Hie Joitrnallnt to ohi'onlclc mieli n fearful record, ij-t ua hujn; that ItTUay uevoi bo bis lot to do again. WM. CONNKUS, a (toil fell oil" at the foot of Cii.iinbeia-stn.cl. .mil uJtb SPAPFRf 'SPAPERJ   

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