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   The Blairsville Press (Newspaper) - February 7, 1869, Blairsville, Pennsylvania                        She PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, .Wiirltrt Stroct, 15LAIKSVII.I.K. l.NDIANA rol'XTV, t'A. "l3 Z 33, J-T HVL -XV :iST .Ml kinds ,MI tl-a I nc.viiy I'-'-' iff y  JOI! WOltK. Auditor's ami Kxeo'rs' Notices, oiicli, 1. iioiiJ cacli................................. Advertising, Jter I Ktiuli for UwJolutiona und.. sjlruys, per tbrcu Qunrtor CVanim, one JJiilf Column, One Colu.r.n, IHankd, 2-1 under nailer hi ijuin-s a it 10 quires, U.ini'.bills. i 30 or under................. i .ilicet, or uiidor................. i sheet, "0 or uiuler................. whole sheet. 30 or under.......... Over SO of each o( the above, in prnporti'in. rrufes.Monul Curd.-! und p.iVH-r, iita Notices, per line. Kich sulinc'nueiit Obituary exceeding 5 lines, line, J" SOCIliTlKS. ACACIA No. 355, in thoir Hall, in lilairsville, tlic First and Third MONDAY of each mi'ntli, ut 7 1--1 o'clock, r. M. 15y Order of the V.-. M.'. BLAIRSVILLE LODGfi No. 436, I- 0. of o. F, meet." in their every I'n- o'clock. VT.M. V. S7KATTON, X- (i. Jons I. Cn.u-M.'.N, Sec'y. jp1 OOD-WtM. No. 1. 0. ,.f T Penna.. i......- t-v.-ry Tu's'lay, o'clock I'. M. IM1-.KMAN, W. A s .....in ini-i ATKOIU-: MAUIUJ-: I..A Co., 1'a. ..iiil'acturcrs and Dealers in l-'ori-ign am! mostic .Marhlc. hand _ and make to Furniture Monuments, I iiml Head Stones, MurMo Curner Posts fur Don't As hi- jil lop the old man said, his hand on tin) young mail's head; it liy all niran.-i, it fust, (lo it w'nili. and hum' shoes last it while hide and hair on horse Will hold together. U. it of (it, it as IV.st as ever you can, i'.ut don't si >i> over my dear young man. Don't slup over. You'll find some, day Thai keeping tin eye to windward will )'iiy. A hiirsc may run a little too long, A preach just a fraction too strong, a who pleases the world with rhymes .May write and regret it in after times; Keep the end of your i-fl'url i" view. And dnji't .-lop over, whatever you do. Don't over. Tho wisest men Are U'.rind to stop over now ii'id then And yet the wisest in work or leant Are very i.r.es lluit lilunder the least. Those who for spilt milk never wail Are the ones who carry the sti-atliust pail, Wherever you go, for the fin Out don't slop to that, Don't slop over. Great Solomon Oiieu went a little too far with Irs fun. Louis Napoleon, us we know, flopped ovur on Max in .Mexico, lloriieo dreeley .letl'er.'oii D., And Hintoii ifelper nntl old .1. theirsckesa carryin on the war, and become .Kterm.l vigilenco is the price uv hberv. too cggsauotul in doin it to pick up the plunder, or lo take good cure tit their pris- oners. 'I be next campnne is to be fought on two issheuB only, viz the finances and the ilig- ger, and on both the Dimocrisy is stiong. Duinokrais, on an average, don't pay taxes to any alarmin extent, they are jiekoolytirly sensitive on Among Let our ugih nee be ez near eternal One pull and wo shell have passed the Let us make the most uv our op- porluiiities. V. NASHY, I M. ost master. Gossip About Meml-pra of Congress. A correspondent writing Washing- "no class cio I find xieh ardent advocates uv ton thus'discotirses about some o. payin the bond in greenbax. j of Congress: Only hut nite ir. Looi.ville, 1 hcerd one I I iviir able to spoal: anthorativi-.'y How Muskrats Swim Under the Ice. Muskruts have a curious method of travel-. cling long dintances under the ice. In their winter excursions to their feeding grounds, which are frequently at great distances their abodes, they lake in breath at starting, and remain under water as long as they can. They then rise up to the ice, and breath out the air in their lungs, which in bub- hies against the lower surface of the lead- Waii till this tir recovers oxygen from the water and ice, and then lake it again tily who was a lean up S'loon I paternize, assert with fervor that j the mor.ey good enuff for his lubur. WUK bar uv the i Stevens expects tc die in the harness li .ii. T _1 TT _ I _ _____ _ ,1 i also that Judge Underwood is a Radical, Roscoo Conkling U the best dressed man in irood onuff for the bloated bondholder, and I Congress. lioverdy Johnson has more dig- thu j ivei '.aV.c eare I N-.-r Cliin'o, of always And taku !li thi.: t-ido of the t ,t fll.'lf. do, p; j s" J'011 wi" ''Oin-b 'l wind, and strong. Without slopping over. Thus ends inv fi'i'K- woir.i su Hi they fan Having our simp ami stuck, and lii'.v- cxiicriciu-eil workmen, ti-el eoiil'uU.-Mt thai it the taste of all, :ind nl as loiv be had in llie <-iiy or 11. urKSl.KK A T S. 0 li X T A L S U R G K O K Mouths in Rebel Prisons. with fi musket on his shoulder, is, iiow that he nint needed to stand ntweoi a white man a a rebel bullet, the same nigger he al- Inz and nothin rv.ore. A SUl-'l-'KUKI'. fllKI-im-TI.XKSS A YAXKKK CH AnACTKIUSTIC. There is ono singular and happy feature in the Yankee character, lie never loses, or lor n long time at least, his good nature. He has a capacity for being jolly any- where. believe theTe were iliicers J cumpaije. among us who would hnvn cracked a juke j jhc ollr so wc CRI, i( told it was to be up next year a lawful example afore ed an astcnnded world. hev nity ir. his make up than any other monvber of the Senate. Thad. Stevens looks like a Methodist preacher. Impeacher Ashley has had his Hyperion locks couibed. Judjo Wil- son, of has grown gray b two years, and dresses more like a Christian than a plow-boy, as ho used to. liilly Willlamn, of Indiana, has got a new pair o! eye-glasses, which he hasn't worn long enough to get r-c- customed to, and consequently looks through them very awkwardly, although he wears them all the time. Illinois Wushburn, lost irmch of his obesity during his recent Euro peantrip; but as usual, owing.-? his hands and arms when he talks, very much like the fans of a windmill Gen. Logan has haircut, find looks very much like Vance, late rebel Gov- ernor of North Caroliiia. Speaker Colfux's tongue is sot on a pivot, in the middle t-l his mouth, so that he can talk faster than Uar- nuni's calculator can cipher. Judge Rogers next to Speaker Colfax, is the fastest talker in the worl I. and nr-.xt to Cicero, whose man- lions cz the Demokrat. DurinYnc war when j tie fell on his shoulders, and slid off on the ihey wantid em, a tendency toword ground (nobody has picked it up is lo." lad-.; P  onl.-r in tl-.i! lal'.r.-'t notice most rensonaUU- termr. Clo'li- l.'S, .1 n. I', w. -1 fi. A S 111' A K .t f'J., Plt niair.-villv Pa. <'n.-h Iluttur, M. M'CONOl'i! HY. .M. D.. I'UAC 1'liysiciaa and 1 Oil'ue foulli-west of M .Spring slrects. TIC A 1, I SON A.' ATTOKNKV AT I.AM', 211 South Third S'.reet, Phila attend to riil'u-i.-'ions und he courts of Piii'iaduljdiin. N D I N (i 0 R ii I in E 0 0 K li Theun'li-r.-is'iU'il "I'l'-'ifil :1 i tlio Mi'l-lli-r "f Nnrlli CIvmi-r ami lii'liana, i'a .Ho U tu   debt to their em- ployer for supplies, it is expressly under- stood that they ahel hev the privilege uv workin it out. We aint so crooel cz to ask that they shel pay in money. It isn't expected many uv em will take service on these terms. Wat follows It is obvus to the most ordinary .intellcck 1 They'll starve Halleloogy I They'll starve Starvin, they'll attempt to take a livin by force, we shel appeal to tho government for protecshun agin these infuriated monsters, and with that help we think there will bo no A an; U J10V 1 JTOW infiirma llif pinitr, that ii" li.'M i "amt wc-11 S II K I' I. ,t mil IMI a tii-- ,vs" n B w Vf -t MEDICINE S. CHEMICALS, Stutfj, Perfumery. And Toilet Paints, .Oils, Varnishes, A R i; 0 N >S AND oil- SHADES. with as iniu'li z-st and humor as il they sat at some a'.dermanic dinner, and yet this scant meal was the only one for the day. The thought often suggested itself that these fellows led a sort of a spiritual life. They did not seem lo need food to sustain them, and they certainly could not have done so on ihe meagre fare meted out to them. But we anticipate. After these petty imitators of that master thief, Floyd, had stolen they could get from us, even our pencils and tooth-picks, theySinstaHcd in our quaiters by the light of n single candle whoso sickly light cast a faint glimmer over the room which made its dismal walls look inure gloomy stil'. No one waited to hear the polite and cynical intimation that these were our future quar- ters, but every body rushed to secure a place to lie on, and hunting it out with as much solicitude as if they intended it to be their abode for life. Alas, how many did close life's mission theie. K.JI-IIC hence, tln-v were carried to the cellar below, then in rough boxi'S carted away and thrown into thoir last resting phrtie like so many dogs, and without a t'-ar to moisten their graves, without one volley fired, without one honor paid them. PKATII ix rr.isox. To starve to death.Ja slow, lingering dis- solution, to be eaten up with scurvy, have it ravish your limbs and flesh until yoii turn away in horror at their own nasliness, to each day the encroachments of disease .see it approach yet helpless to repel it; lobe startled with frightful dreams, or be decoyed almost into madness by the dainties they uxpo.sc to yon when asleep, but which only aggravates your musing when awake by the recollection of them. These are a few of Many uv em will die, but wb.nl is lhe_ lives the terrible symptoms which heralded the coming of death. Oh, huw siveet it h in preference to this to die amid the smoke and din of battle' with the rour of the angry guns around while the ''briiy.cn trumpets" proclaim vie- Iviv, ai.ii your la.-t rc-it.i 01. the trailed of the foe. coxnxi'i'n.) Itfasby's Proclamation to the 'Democ- racy of the Worth. POST OITICK, C'oN'KKHKiT X ROADS, (With is in the Slate nv Kentucky.) January 11, 1807. Tho time at length arriv when it's i necessary tl.at Kiilhin be did. Procrastina- hhen is tin; b.ister uv success, and great ex- The nigger slinks in Congress. Marshall of Illi- nois, is improving in health. Hooper, of Massachusetts, shows in his face, as well aa in the rotundity of his person, that he is the besl liver in the House, while McPherson, the Clerk o! the House, looks like the ghost of a starved corkscrew. He is so thin that he has to stand up twice to ninke a'shadow, and yet he is a first rate liver. Genera! Garliold has got the strongest voice of uny in an in Congress; General I.oga.'i has the loudest; Colfax the deepest: Thaddeus Ste- vens Ihe weakest and Kelley, of Pennsyl- vania, and General Banks will have to flip and go on till Ihe operation has to bo re- vealed. In this way they can travel almost ,'U1V distance, and live any length of lime un; dr-r the ice. '1'he hunter sometimes ti.kes advantage of habit of the musknU in the following manner: When the marshes ponds where the muskrats abounds are first 'rozeu over, ami the ice is thin and clear, on into their houses with his hatchet for Jhe pur- puse ol setting his traps, ho frequently a whole family plunge into the water and swim awny under llie ice. Following one of them for tomo distance, he .sees him coma up to renew his breath in the manner above described. After the animal has breathed against the ice, and boforo he has lime lo take his bubble in again, the hunter strikes with his hatchet directly over him, and drives him away trout his breath In thi.s ca-'O he drowns in swimming a rods, and ihuhnn- ler, a hole in the ice. takes him out Mink, oiler and beavi-r travel r tho in the .same way: and hunters have ireij'ienlly told me of taking otter in the m-Minerl have described, when these animals visit Uie houses of the miisl'ml for prey. The Po-vver of Music -An Anecdote of Mendelssohn. There is a pleasant incident, related of Mendelssohn, who went one summer to rest his overtaxed brain in Xuricli. There he was besieged by eager admirers, but would accept of no invitation, until hearing lhat the blind pnpiU of the blind school were anx- ious, us they said to "see him.'' He spoke to the Mglillcss assembly in the kindest words, and listened to their songs and chor- uses, some even of their own com posing, with interest and pleasure. And then the great musician asked permission to sitdovn at their piano, and wandered away into one of those wild and tender strains of epcaki i We hev agreed and we in other, our words and pennies to find which has the rian. Kelley, however, talks nose too much, and imitates Forrest in his most stento through his a certifikit setttn forth, 1, That Charles O'Neil, of Philadelphia, areas close blc. 2. That lie can't, read. II. in their intimacy with each other as the Si- meiody for which he was twins. General Schcnck and Gen- eral Butler talk by if they really believed what they said, and expected every- body to be convinced of tho correctness of their views, the moment the words leave their ino'ilh. Butler wears a broad-rimmed slouched hat, tilled on one side of his head with a rakish or brigand! :h air, ivhile his make-up oiherwise resembles a well fed al- derman. A Strange Dream. Among the victims of the Angola disas- ter was Mr. J. P. Hayward, of the Stale Line, who was in the employ of Ihe railroad company as their agent at that place. The Painsville, Ohio, Advertiser gives an of a strange the correctness of wh'c-h it Mr. II. had just six moths before he loft his life. It says "He dreamed that he was. away from home, in a (li-sf-i'l, when suddenly he heard a ter- iQc crash, .saw a bright light which seemed to reach to tha heavens, and heard screams and yells of the most frightful character. On looking about him he saw a so famous. Uis audience listened so intently to Tho Song that ii pin-fall would have broken the stillness- One by one over the eager faces crept the air of deep, quiet joy, tinlil in the midst wf the great flood 'of mingling harmonics a voice came to them out of the very chorous they had just been singing. Then their enthusiasm knew no bounds. The great, master had carried them away, at his will, to heights of joy and triumphant praise before unknown he had whispered to them of sorrow and the cloudy ways of life, in words of soft, unbroken ten- derness and now he stirred their inmost depths by a sttain of their own weaving, into which he poured a new tide of and Misccilauccus ..Lciiis. ANXOV. Who has not of- Icn I.'C -ii unnruu I. lieiorc tlio of s line I- charming i.- oer', b> a rude liamp If) lln door of pcrnouH who, all they i.-.h In, an, ut- terly indin'i.'rcnt t'i the po-ini iL- dri-ire i f till other people In hear the '.-ml V We l.ave frequently thought it '.voii'.d bo v.i-ll il tun- und concert givers would lake a hint from the course of the cccentiic Dow lunlcr .-iiniiar cireilins ances. lie ofu-n bieii annoyi-d in this '.'ay. and, on one orc-ision, when a au-lienee had col- !i cliid '.o soo hear hin he began his discourse by saying: "I see here a ir.ult.tiide of persons, gathered from (01 ranks of high and low, great and sm.ill, leanifl ami ignorant, rich and poor, am: bob-tail.' Now il anyone leases before the services are closed, I shall call him bolt-tail." It is needless to say noij vith a ham.iic.'i1 sent to him at last through the medium of number- IL-SSS requisitions and At tho same time he was informed that it was the province of the Toxv.-r ollicials to sup- ply nr.iK but that these would tome to him from Yi yolwicii, find alter u few months' further waiting, they real y did arrive a pound of nails, brought by a great ambu- lance wagon, wii.h its half horses and d'jzmi atteii'hr.Us. PI.KASAXT TO NATIVI-: W si-: DIUNKKK.I. i-man ii. find- io vineyard li harrs "i ,ns animals, lias ad iji'i-d the of getting i id o and at the tin: same lime enriching h s soil. Tho de- scription of the pioccss is i i his own word if "I poison them with strychnine, and in the morning when I Slid the I'ead hare, I bury them under ihe vines for manure. And thu next night the cayotes co'iie, and they digs up the hares and cats them, and they gets poisoned and die, and I 1 tiry them some oilier vines; and ths next night tho skunks come und dig up the cayotes, hixlent them, and get poisoned and die, nnd I bury them all to manure tlic grapevines.'1 This certainly a new phase in the adulteration of native wines and liquors. IT is stated in some foreign journals that the French ambassador has informed Cardi- nal Antonclli that Napoleon cininol con- tinue lo protect Rome anil the Papacy un- le.-s his Holiness consent to certain reforms in his government which were suggested as far back us Amonrlli's reply is said to have been that he could not presume lo siienk on lhat .subject to tiie Pope until all the estates of the Church were restored to him. As Victor Kmanuel certainly will not surrender one acre of the territory which ho gained in lf-59 and 1SOO, this reply may be considered as not merely an evasion but u refusal. Naples, it is reported, is much dis- affected, and desires the restoration of her late ruler, King Francis. A correspondent tends '-he following item illustrative of the .stale of civilization in Delaware week, while on a short visit to Dover, Delaware, I saw a man in iho slorKs he was twisting his body about as much as possible, as if in dreadful new meann No new grace anu couid tell what they felt; they could hearts tor song, new grace word have pressed him lo their very joy. This was not long IH'orc tho great 'musician's death but lie still lives in the blind school at Zurich, and there still remains as a precious re'.ic the master's chair in which he sat. .liffikilty in bringing uv em to terms. With a Monk, he inquired where all Hancock and Sickles in command, we think there will be no trouble in bustin the con- spiracies lhat will follow, and any uprisins that may occur. Wc .shel hold em with a firm hand, and wc may possibly com- mence onto cm afore they rise. Then will tho cfi'eck be made plain to you. The people of Kentucky will pint to the corp-si-i uv thorn which are strewed along the road sides, dead uv atarvashun and ex- posure, and exclaim scpulchrally to the Abo- lislinist, Behold yoor work When he wuz a slave, he was originally intended, and '.hat noise came from. From hell 1' an- swered ihe Monk. Tho dreamer asked, What does it mean The Monk replied, 'It means that yon must instantly Mr. H. then told the Monk lhat he was not prepared to die, and begged for further time, The Monk finally said. Your prayer is granted you may live upon earth six months longer, and at the expiration of that 'time you shall Just then Mr. Hay ward was awakened by his wife, who was alarmed at her husband's actions, he was sitting up in bed and being greatly agitated. Advice to a Dyspeptic. You have asked me lo prescribe for you. You expect medicine, perhaps you hope for whisky, just now the I'Age lor chronic mala- dies, but I shall give you nothing to swallow, you have swallowed loo much already. Of all the maladies, dyspepsia is the aiost dis- tressing to get riJ ot its horrors you would purl with your right arm 1 believe you, but would you part with a portion of your table luxuries? 1 fear not: but presuming you in oanfest, I will prescribe lor you. 1. Rise early, dress warm and go strong, walk if weak, saunter. Drink cold water three cold baths this is beat lor dyspepsia after half an hour or more, come in for breakfast. 2. For breakfast eat a piece of good steak half as large as you linnd, a slice of coarse bread and a baked apple cut very slowly talk very pleasantly with your neighbors; read cheerfully comments of journals avoid hot biscuits and strong colfee drink noth- ing. ;5. Digest for an hour, and then to your work I trust it is in the open air. Work till dinner; sleep little; drink water. For or three u cared for by kind masters, it wn, no', .bus 1" The dream made a great impress on upon I-or us Manvtiv em will die, but what is the lives his mind, and was the subject of frequent slice beef 01 mutton 01 has la a" thousand, more or less. compared with a Democratic party? when conversations with his friends for a lime, but 1 wood recommend similar strategy in the North. The nigger must be stirred up with long pole, and the pint must be sharpened. In localities where yon hev niggers, let out- rages bj em be cominenst to tu-wunst. Let go'a." rapes by niggers upon defenseless white wimmin become alarmiuly frequent. Let niggers decoy white chiUlren into nn- fivkfiit'.'d places and murder cm. choppin cm at length it passed from his mind. On pre- ciselylhc hist day of the six months he chased a life insurance ticket for took passage on the ill-fated train for Buffalo, and was numbered among the victims at An- up into mince pieces. It, be Dll to hev, occasionally, reel outrages, onto wich lo base the newspaper ones. In every con- gressional deestrick yoo ought to be able to find some Demokrat sufficiently devoted to the cause to sacrifice a child or two to thi.s purpose. Where yoo heven't any niggors villin to furnish em. We rileli At ious A neons ana cellence is only to bb attained through great out uv the Corners to do at least the hall vv labor. In tuff !ite that Democrisy hez ono Northern State, wich, of you cood run ufore it, uv which the premonitory notes is small-pox or measles through cm, so that soundid, it is wisdom not to lose they wood hev to be objicks uv charity, wood be effective. Kz soon ex. they make their ap- in fftiy township, lei clothes lines or MII'I'IL-IIX, JIU't ]l PRICKS an to neglect any- '.hat wood hev a, tendency to aid us on to victors'. Mankind, or at least three-fourths nv cm, dividid up into two clasxes, viz: nvsealn nnd ninnies; and I make bold lo .say that the Krpuhlikun party is tha ninnies. They hev a certain kind uv Courage. I don't deny that diiorin the late otipW-mntniK they faced iiml fich tolerably well, but their Ir is wonderful how Oriental customs re- main unchanged by the titno. The wedding of the heir to ihe In rone of Persia, took place quite recently, was accom- panied by all the characteristics described in the Arabian Nights." The bride was enclosed in a. carriage, painted sky blue and ornamented with arrabesques, and drawn by six led horses. Ik-fore her went six gigan tic wrestlers, tossing mighty chilis into the we are j air also, young dancing men, and a band of violins, trumpets and tambourines. Behind her came a train of mules bearing curtained litters in which were her lady attendants. Escorted in this manner she journeyed thirty-two days from her home toward the capital, and was met lit a little distance by a party of Persian lords and dignitaties drive cmiff your hand, a potalo, two or three spoonfuls of other vegol-ible-s, a slice of coarse bread give more than half an hour lo this meal; uae no drink. 5. After dinner play anaconda for an hour now for the social, for pleasant games good time. G. No supper; a little toast and tea, even for'supper will make your recovery very 7. In a warm room, bathe sli'n with cold water, hastily, and go bed in a well ventilated room before nine o'clock'. Folio this prescription for three months ond your stomach will so f.ir rcco.'cr that you can indulge for some time in all sorts of irregular and gluttonous eating; or if you have resolved, in ihe fear of Heaven, to pre- sent your bodies, living sacrifices, holy nnd acceptable unto God, and will continue to cat and work like a Christian, yor.r distressing malady will soon be forgotten. I.cici.v D. Going up to h'm, I asked -.vhat was the mat- ter he replied thai his feet worn frostbit- ten, and that he was endir-ins exquisite tor- ture. Any one who lias suffered from frost bitten feet can imagine hi. agony. BOXXKU, of the Ledycr, compensates John G. Saxe, the humerons j oet, at the rate of one dollar per line. Considering the poet furnishes weekly contributions, some of whiuh exceed forty lines, .John has little oc- casion to grumble at the present disjointed condition of the limes. SOMK individual, of an arithmetical turn of mind, has been calculi ting the profits re- alized by the liquor dea.ers of New York city, and finds that whisl y at per gallon, ma'kes 138J drinks, which' sell for 70 brandy costing ?12, yield.< '10 while in beer a clear gain of 'o is realized. Tin-: San Antonia Expicss says that in digging for the laving of the founda- tions of a new Catholic Cathedral in that city, the workmen have cammed large quan- tities of human bodies. Their names have been their race, their deeds, their history. Tu R Yin ton (Ohio) R 'cord says: "Such an ellbrt lo get a large ciop of wheat in the ground was never before made by our far- mers as during the fall ol 1807. Kvery foot ol tillable ground, every new clearing, in fact every available acie, is tinder cultiva- tion." Tun Worcester, Massachusetts, Spy f-ays New Bedford and Fair Haven are Heperu- teu by a river, which is Crossed by a.bridge and ferrv, but ihe mails between the (owns go forty miles around." is highly ilelighled with its new skating rink, and of one of the public schools last week lilteen out of ihe thirty compositions inv.-x-nlctl by the pupils had The Uiuk" for the -ct of consideration. Is Wi.-eon.-in lliere childrei.', over four Mid uiK'er Uv. n'.y of ihun school lias bei'ti mail.: lini-d months, and the year. Tin: Halifax Chrnnit.'c demands a repeal scln.-u   s'.u.id up for him, rounded the whole assemblage. DURING 18U7 there were nf flour made in Milwaukee, an excess of over the rmui'ufncturc of the previous IT calculated by the engineers of the Isthmus of Canal Company thai lit the close of November cubic meters of earth had been raised, out ol a total of cubic meters to be ex- tracted, leaving cubic meters-till to be dealt with. 'The number of workmen employed at ihe end of November was 3-tO, o'f whom were engagei1 division, which comprises twenty the last of the Union of tho Can idian I'rovincr-s, and declares lhat if not granted secession will ensue. Since liie unior, Nova in- have been entirely prostrated on iu account. AT Dresden, in whnt are known ns iho Green Vaults, among the aiv n necklace ol diamonds, valin-d ut and a single green diamond worth halt a million mure. GOI.DES mid silver weldings camo from G-rmany. but we rcgr.'t to s.iy lhat paper, sugar, tip, wooden, elc., weddings are of American growth. A Slale'dinncr rncciuly given in Vienna continued twelve houis. Then: wire Iwti.- ly-nine courses ii 'ty dilierent of in1.',   

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