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   South Western Local (Newspaper) - July 20, 1860, Shullsburg, Wisconsin                             (A Democratic N p-iUlihcd every 1'ridny mornlii La Fayulle C'o., Vi'ijcoii'iii, Ky j Al Jt per annum, in advance1, or w if fay- mrnl'n duliiyediiulil llic of llircc 8ub.iafibcrjarc rciiiK.-ttcil t" mnkc Ihcuc ih.-y iTllllju lived lo ill every instance, tlu listen tu no cvmpluinl? f rum fail Lo cji'.il'ly with nJvcrlU riiltf. I) Icnxlh uf column ii W.' -J W 1 Til J Ml. HI. K. III. I 3 The Dissemination of Truth is the Destruction of Error. SI 50, i i uu .'p nn On nn s i.n i-j mi i'. UN In (in nil VOLUME III. SIIULLSBTJEGH, WISCONSIN, PEIDAY, JULY 20, I860. NUMBER 16. 1 'J l IMt T U" IJ HO Oil fl. l "l> I" J'J IH> -1U 1 f 1. no in tin l1.' nit ir. i o IM> in r.o nn Hii-inciM CnM Column nol "iXLvulinc H per line? lln-y will be nn n Special N-itiijc.s kintal linvinr: oT'Vinnry a-lvcll i-i-'.r.tlits, per "COnl. in llio fii in.-er.rd nt I (ffl 'Tf' K it'l Tr.iiiriciilndvcrii-ciiK-nt.-i mini be fur in V H_J t-a U U n-l .11 u ii <1 .11 ii I I c r Ycnrly r (lit1 Ill- J'JII.N 0. VIIITTIKH. of frnni i In- nilreiii.'cil inii-r in ui-.y in- Muuil .Mullrr, on n snniinor Jny. BLiiiuf. a c'inlrnc-1 minle. llnlt'.-il tlio iiu'mluir awed with liny. Heirnlli lirr turn lint llio wealth CVf iii'.s. J. I..MV. IIIC IH-'.I-1. I. A 4 AT I.AVV. JV X. ll.-My .UK-i-   li "lo nl lllj i ul.l ivuir n lirnaildulliennl; MAIIVIN IMII.I.KIT.II. I'1' my Si-. .-Lull.-- III'.- .-lii'llM luiv T'TOIINI'.V ASH Cli Ol! ll.l-'ll iS I'M 'nn-i-i....., ijup.-i .-w.ir.- mil .-L--j.il iiMMiY r.. VAN ntli-iiil ,-i-l- Iro'i'.pp of nn i n'.l t" liiin. "I nil '-n IVi-.l-. I'jll.il nil IK- ui'.'.i i-li itn-l N. A C.... Cnli-nn. Mivjrj. l-'.p ti-r Smlil. llrnryS. i. .Slu-lM.ir-li. Wit. HIPII.'I'. I'.. >inii.....i. M.M. ri.lhron, Minc'iil I1 -int, t-7 nn.l Sny. t'.y enell  I have important dispaicli- ID Gen. Junul, nl Lidbun, nnd the dillicullies which liy in Ihc w iy lire, 1 fear, iiihiirmuunUble. All lha road.-1, '.i u Frenchman he is a Frc-nch- llu then turned lu ihu niil ilc i-.nmp and Sumo wfctcs I wonl lo MucliiJ n luni! of liny for the hnrruclis. This man is ihc ono iu wlioin I delivered thci foinge he p.ivc me a re- ccipt for il. I slci-d behind liiin for n long lime, by ihc brulien yuto under the trees. grout nnd eircn llic woods, are tilled with Spani.-h troops, or what is worse, with marauding guerrillas, I see no possible meunsi ol transiniltinf papers, and yet my not doing so iniiy oneure sprpiLMicCB fntul lo France." The Kii-sinn nmbassadur pul I.id in hin moulli loll inlo u lit of ruDding. Murut gny.ed in siloneu upon the "K'y profile picturcil on the wall by the liyhl of n pair of candles. SuJilen- Iy he SAW ihc wide moulh open. I hove it I Imvu ii 1 ihe easiest in ihc world. Adir.irul cur Admirul, in ihc of tjjnd me OIIJ of ihc nnd almrpcdt th> you hear your 1'ulish dancers, lie sfioll pul on a Russian unl'onn, I will give him diapnlches for Slnavin, mid ycu can (jim him your iimlructiomi (or. the Krench Ciuncral, verbally, and I will an- swer foi il, all will be right, even though he should be luken prisoner iwenty linne between ihU and Lisbon. The iapanisb nrmy is too anxious lo preserve the Rus- sia n ncutraliiy lo make u messenger cf mine a source of disagreement with niv country." DItirat, thoiiyli somewhat doubiful, liked the scheme, b'eizing a pen und ink, he wrote ae follows to lira.iinlti, Ihc com- to Anloniu, yunilor, (Antonio, my broth lliL-ro is llic Frciichmnn U- whom I delivered ihc fumye." I Lot him be shoi I let him be thul I" a voices. i Sliout him shout cchoc-l from llie croud nsscmblec! lo luoli in nl llie win. (lows nt the Krcncli Sjjy." i snid mi c (liccr, is il prudent lu i expose ourselves lo llic risk of dillicultirs i wilh ihns hasiily 1" I iTpIioil but let il bu p.-ov.n ihut ihe man is rcully n Uiidbian." l Lcckiiidhi heard nil ibis, for lie under- slouil pj.innit-h very well. He wns led oul niiil loclioil up ill a dungeon. At liinc of his arrest he had not timed food Biner; the nftcrnoon of llio pro- ceiling day, nml when llic prison door wns j locked upon him, eighteen had elnpieil sinco he had of any nourishment. Aiul to Ihis llie fniigu; and iinxiety he had suffered, and il will not be n mnller of surprise thai he Ihrcw him- self in a slnlo ol uller exhanslion on n inaltrcss which Iny on the wns soon aslerp. Thid being- ascertained through tho loop re- mander in-chief of ihc Iroops who i i f turned lo his own lioiise. hml joined the French Army Dispatches of moment arc to be Im- mcdiutciy forwarded to Gen. Junol, nl Lisbon. Select for thai purpose an inlcl- tin iar. is young nnd handsome wife was sit- on a yellow cushion playing the gui- said he, we have, wo ihi: k had been caught and mnsiJcrcJ by ihe Spniiish peaenntry. Here for the space of aevcrnl he waa bjr ejet ur.d pars onger to catch at any unguarded word L r 'pvulurr. said Gen. Custanos to his brother I am us tally aware ns you of the importance of preventing comirunicaticn between the different French commanders ul projcnt itt Spain j but we cannot with justice convict lliis mini upon the mere assertion of n pcasiini, who may be misluken through rcscinblurc, or misled by his funiUical palriolism." Ii waa chooring relief to Lcckinshi to be led bncli lo prison although his mind wus haunted by horrid ininges nnd melan- choly forebodings, he nevertheless fell Ihe second lime inlo n profound slumber. Another snare wns now luid for Amid the silence which prevailed in ihe llie door was oguin softly open- ed, and llic same harmonious voice which hnd addressed him llie night before, said in a low ijne Itisc and are saved your horse is wailing." Dul whilst Itenita repeated by rote in French the words sl.e dared not refuse to nilcr, Ihe snmc warning pressure of lha wriit nroiiscd hia watchfulness. cruel black eyes wire watching lie dungeon scene through a loop-hole in ihc wall. They snw heard ihr blood-lhirsiy Spanish cfli- Denim's adroiineus prcvenled llicir seeing anything more. Al the words, "Vuu Lcck- inshi sinned up i but the grasp of IJeni- in's slender lingers recalled presence of mind, and he replied ns before in Ger- mnn Whnl do you sny On bi'ing informed of iliiu new tempta- tion, C.islntios urged bis immcdinle libera- lion he was again overruled. In llie morning llic ynung Pole was conducted beforo a sort of court, compos- ed ul the ol'icers of Cnstuno'i Btnfl' They addressed lo him the severest threats, but linn in liis resolution, he appeared nut lo understand one word which Lhcy were fnying. lie inquired in German for an interpreter. One lit last vroj produced. lie was nslied what ihe object ol his juurnry from Madrid lo Lisbon. He replied by producing the dispatches fiom llic Rusrian Ambassador ID Admiral Sin..vin, nnd Ins passport. And, but far the un fortunate encounter wilh llie peas- ant, those proofs might huve been satis- factory, bul he was still the object of sus- picion. Ask said the President uf the Cominiltce, whether lie 'u friendly lo :he Spaniards, since he ia not a French- man." The interpreter translated ihe question. Yes, replied "I love nnd respect the noblo character of ihe Spnniurdi', and I wilh your nation liger-l, couruceous mini from your luken n French Spy, blithe pretends to' iroopg, Ihu best you hove, and send him be in ihc Russinn service Hint may be 10 "le> SIcr.AT." bul n pretext; ncverilu-less we huve not Two hoiiraafier.nyouth presented him- been nble to mnkc him betray self before whom tho Polish commander suid he would answer with his li'c. lie wns but eighteen years oltl, and named Leckinslii. Mural wng nol a tilllc nolonlshcd to find the youlh manileul the utmost eagerness to undertake, this expedition, one of no common peril for, if discovered by the his (ate would be certain death. llf listened with a tniile to all anticipa- tions of danger and uilficully, and said wilh a bow Wnmiiii'd url will avuil where man's sngnciiy has lulled come wilh me lo ihe gmrd house." In that country of fnilhlcss wives, du- ennas nnd inlrig'jcs, Beiiita luved her husband. Her guitar was quickly luid nside, her yellowish ciial ion rolled away, her rnnntilla thVow'n oVer her nico black hnir. Arrived there, tho Spanish officer bnilo her look through tlio loop-hole at (he j sleeping youlh. If your Imperial Ilighne'ss will give I will wail do yoii go mo my orders, pledge nlysell to execute with a Inmp-, nnd throwing the light tho mission. I am deeply grateful to my cutrmniid'cr for having chosen me from tinohg my comrades. There was not one who was net enuikms of distinction." Munt augured favorably of the young Pole's courage and intelligence. He gave his verbal inslruclions. Daron snoff supplied him wilh a bundle of tin- imporlanl messages to Admiral Sinnvin. suddenly on his face, awnkc him. When thrown'off liis guard-, listen to what he eays, and watch his gestures. Hernia bowed her head in token of obe- dience. The .jailor opened the door noise- lessly, and she entered. Lcckinshi had been sleeping about an hour, when some one softly approached his head. It was Benita. A hand was The young man was equipped in n Rns- held before llio lamp lo shade llic glare uniform, and set out lor Portugal on from his eyes when Ihe hand wna wilh- hc-rscback. i drawn ho felt a gcnile top on his shoul- During the first two days he pursued i der, and a sweet toned voice uttered ihc his course without molestation j but on words in French ihe morning of the third day he was sur- rounded by a parly of Spanish Iroops, who disarmed him and conducted him be- fore the General in command of the mili- tary force of tho district. Ilii name was Castanos. Leckinshi perfectly well that he ADI lost if suspected to be an adherent of the French. Consequently ho immediately resolved williin himself nol to utter a syl- lable of French, but lo confine himself entirely lo Russian and German, which lamjuago he spoke with facility. The Imprecations of tho troops who conducted him to Caatunos, sufficiently convinced him of the fate that awaited him If his roil character was made known. horriblfl death ol Gen. Hence, who otilr a feit weeks previous had perished in tortures for ho other offence thin that of attempting to join Junot, might well hire shaken lila lorlittide. Who ara you 1" aifced Spanish General, In French. Ltckinshi looktd at liis intcrrogitor, and repllad in German. 1 do uol utidersvaud." I Will you have some supper V Bcnila hnd a true woman's heart. She even dreaded the idea of being accessory to tho evil planned for this young man. [lid unprotected situation and his early years filled her heart with pity. Still she dared not disobey. As Ehu spukc, she grasped Ilia wrist wilh firmness, which rc- cnlled his scattered censes r.s he awoke. The young Pole, thus suddenly aroused from his slumbers by the glare of light anil ihe of the young woman, ac- companied by a tap1 on his shoulder, was about to forgethimself, when the pressure of his wrist, by exciting hia wonder, brought the circumstances of his situa- tion clearly before him. He raised himself quickly, nnd without rpening his eyes, asked iu German II do jou Send him some aaid nos, upon hearing the fesiitd.of hia trial, saddle bis horse and lot him continue his journtv. He u no Frenchman. How could he have kept on -the. mask when thus taken by surprise thing is i possible." From Lhc J.omloii Time.', .Ivine Tlic Mriijfulc En .Sicily. have now full and accurate dt'tnile of one of the most rcmarkublc hielories which ever been preSer.tcLl to the worU. Tho complaint ihni ihc age ul stirring adventures wns past-, nnd ihat in- commerce and efficient police would banish romance from bjlh national and private life, was often heard in the quiet times which come to .111 end eonie twelve year? ngo. But the period in which we actually live is exciting enough lor the most thcairicnl Indeed, we cinnol fancy Unit n d.-itnnlisl of n century hence have better sutJcrU ihnn thoie tfl'orded by tho evenls o! JS-1S, ihe discovery of the gold regions, ihe resur- rection of ihe French Empire, the iii Ihc Lovar.t and in India, and llic pres- ent uprising of llie Ilalinns for freedom follow each oll-.cr with such ra- pidity that ihc hero of six months since begins lo be antiquated. A IVllisi-icr or an Omar I'jsha eccins buried in llu depllia of ages. It may be that new events- will bring forward some othei name in Gnribalui thnll hnve at- Inched his ends and retired inlo honor.i ble privacy, bul we lliink ihat it will be hard for ihc now hero to surpass ihe rep- utation which the Iiulhin general ac- quired. The more his plans are exam- ined nnd his movements followed, ihe more clearly does il nppear ihm he is noi only a bravo nnd dtvolcd soldier, but n mnn ol petiius, whom his countrymen mny trust and obey ns well us admire. In the ab'c iiur'aiivc which we publish lo dny ihc course of llic campaign is sul- ficinlly indicated. Il is one of ihc pecu liarities of modern that from thr rapidity ol traveling and the perfect in- tercourse which cxiois ninong nnlions u campoign has somewhat the character ol an exhibition. A lender cannot now pen elrale into n country, win or lose great bull.'ce in obscurity, remain unheard of Iy the norld for then in conse- quence ot ecmc crowning victory1 or dis nslcr conclude n peace, leaving it tosonr hisloriogrnpher years later to describe for the fir.il lime in dcinil evenls which havi clunged the face nf Europe. li.ittles aro now fought in an ampbiihcaler Ihe eager public of hundred n.itiolis, in u figuralivc sense, looking on, while Ihecu rious and enterprising of the most distant countries arc often bodily present. Tin duel between Garibaldi and the Neapoli tan viceroy is being fought out under tin eyes of newspaper correspondents, lour arlisis, and English or Amcricni sympathizers, ns well ns these more olTi ciut spectators, ihc and naval ol fleers of Ihe chief European nations. I is happy for travj men niut for a gooi! ciiiise to be thus exposed to Ihe rubliv gnze. liis an advanlnge that there should be independent uitncfscs to contradici the lalse asscriions of cUkiol nnd to give llic world that just know! edee of events which will rigMly direci ils judgment. Allhouyli foreign govern m en la may not forc'b'y interfere in lh. concerns of Sicily, yi-1 their advice mny (it some conjuncture, be necessary, uni it IB of no small importance that w> and my own were united.' Bniil the inlerpreter in T, tb 10 Ul IJU Cl iM-cnch prisoner say. he h.te. and woulu like to see the niii.on a. one haye com lcj man, ihnt he might annihilulo il with n b what sort of rncn have lo deul. single blow.-' Whilst n'orda wore uttered, the eyes of the whole assembly attentively watched the prisoner's countenance to sec what effect would bn produced by this new or rather snore. He stood per- fectly unmoved. oald Caftnnos, it appears to me lllere is no ground for suspicion ihe yo'iinn; man and therefore he miislBc set at liberty and al lowed to pursue his j'.unicy." Accordingly hia arms and dicp.Vtctieu were restored lo him, and the brave young Pole, nflcr passing through a aeriei of triali which required almost lupcHiUman forliiudc and presence of mind; went on hia way. tie nrlived eafely in Lisbon, fulfilled his mission, and ivitihed to return to Madrid but General Junot, we are glad lo say-, refused to allow him to rx- nose himself again t'd the dangers he had so miraculously escaped. Lcckinslii never saw Benita .ngnin But a feeling of gratitude to the lovely Spaniard never left him. Jjcck'nshi often lold the story to. liis Irichdi, after his re- turn to Poland, when lite war was over. A fellow, :lie other (Iny, aolJ clothing to a Je.v. After the sale had been concluded, lie said to hiui Do you not know that they lung a Jow and a jncknsJ together oh ihe gnl s in England V Well, was the rejoinder but ain't it a blessing both of us ain't there, seeing that they might hang orie on ac- count of his nation, and the other on ac- count of his nature 1" Twenty or twenty-Ore ago, ole I'.ilrjJ, down- in Summit county, was Idling his friend Jonos coniarnin' of i Gght. Phlcg had very little education, but Jonce was a man ol right smart learn- ing. So Phleg went on a tellin' says he; "they fit and flt i" saya Jdhci, did they keep fittdn Old P'llcg drawing himielf up; look- ing at as buttermilk into saya he You're cussed about then, blast you A man in healthiest and hippiMt when lie thinka the least of either health .or happiness. ihemstlvcf, nr.d witlp Tin Neapolitan dispalches have been provei! to be fulic on the other Imnil, Irom llie Sicilians would bo euspet ted o exaggeriition. Il is from llic accounl.- furnishcd by responsible nnd impnrlini authorities that the English and French nations imisl ju'dpc how far it is right to countenance Ihe rrVoll in llic Neapolitan dominions-, a'n'd-to recognise the guvern- menl it establishes when ii shall provcvi.- loriijiis. Tu the cnlightcnmeiit of the world on these points ihe letters 'of our correfpon dent will tnrgcly conlibliie. They giv  ihc Iroops was barricaded de.'endei1 cnrii3n, how hi: wns able to take in ll.ink the iillacking columns of the insur anJ on the other hand, were Ihc disclpiliied troops of Garibaldi, and how unfit for such work wero llic Sicilian volunteers, ihc of lilt town of I'.ilermo must be looked upon ar n most feat. By midday however, lliey were driven from nil ihoii poailions, nnJ furccd to lake refuge in the citadel, which at once commenced U. bi mbard the town, being followed by tin squadron cuuii'c. We arc happy to fim' ihat llic Driiish coiiiinandcr did hii heal lo slup this abominnb'.c The destruction oflhe Sicilian cnplial ani! the Eluughtcr of its inhabitants, though only in accordance with llic precedenl.- 'jaublislicd by King 1'YrL'ihand, will as suredly cost ihc present sovereign tin throne of ihe island. No Cunslituliuti- no compromise or will reconcili ihe people to a sovereign who means of asserting his authority. The armistice between the two liOjtile parlies has already expired, and we ma} expect lo liCiir ul uny hour IKWS ih .t tin lighting has been renewed, if nol that tin contest has been brought to an onJ by the capitulation of the- army. In tin meantime nid appears lo be preparing foi both sides; the king is sending fresh and the dispatch of volunteers- from Genoa hoe recommenced. A steam- er wis tj leave conveyirg men) and above nil, arms and unimunilion to the Scilians Tiius stand mailers lor the present. Any hour may brinf us greal news. All we can say for the present is5 that our ex- pectuli-jiis coincide with hopes, and that we fully believe thai the present month will witness the final overthrow ul Ucurbon in the island. IIoiv it 5Ian Fccl.-i ivhcst he It- One n-culd naturally fuppose that D nun v. ho hud snflVrcd all llic horrors ol hanging, just sliorlof actual death, woult' never risk Ihc gallows ajjain but i> nc rate nl least, s nol she rcsull. A housj breaker, named was hini[ ed December 2-1, 1705, old when he had been hanging nearly fi'iccn minulcF, ihe people shouted" A Me wns cut down, bled, and When aslird what his feeling had been he replied, in substance, lliat when In turned off, he (Or some time was een .-iblc of very great occasioned the weight of his bodv, nnd fell hid spirit in a etrange commotion, violently prece- ing upwards that-, having forced >vay ;o his head, he, ns it wer'e, law sjrcnt blsj.- or glaring light-, which to go out ol hid eyes a fljsh, nm! hen lie lust ail tense of pain. Then, ifler he was cut down-, nnd began to come lo himself, the blood aiid spirits forcing themselves inlo their former channel.', pul him, by a sort of pricking or 10 such intolerable pain, Ihat lie cculi' linvc wished thoso liangc'd cut him lown." EVer ullorwnr'ds-, he wcnl by tin of "half hanged Smith." Thit fellow soon returned lo his former evi; bnbiis, and watt ngaiii tried at ihe Old iley for house breaking; and the jurj broug'il in a special verdict, leaving the air lo llie decision of ihc twelve juJgej. o decided in favor of llic ICvc n this second wondir.'ul escape did 101 dcler hitti from resuming his malprac if.e.s, nnd a ihird time he was to havt been brought lo trial, but the prosccu'.ui died before llic day appointed, and thus he onre more got free. Noihing ii Unuwn o.' Cham fart' Journal. A BE.vuTiFirr. sonu of the South Son inlanders the compountl woid for hope is beautiiully expressive tl is mnnaolnna, or the sibimmhig tliotight atid keeping ila head alofi nbovo water, whoii all liic wove and bil- lows arc going over strikingly beautiful definition of Hope, worthy to be set down along with the answer which a deaf and dumb person wrote with hid pen- cil in reply lo the question, What was liis idea of forgiveness It is the odor which (lowers yield when trampled on.' The love of ornament creeps but Hircly, into the female heart. who twines the lily in her am looks at herself in iti: clear stream, wi, soon wish that the lily were fadeless, and the stream a mirror. We say let tho young "girl seek to adorn her beauty, i she be taught also to adorn her mind anc heart, that she may have wisdom to dree her love of ornament in due moderation young man who drinks, beta smokes, swears, and idtes n his time, U jumping ox a, thin place on the ice.' nephew war a clergy man. he had f erformeJ mar riuge cer.emony for a couple, lie rcfuse4 aaylng, you poor I haro done, you mitsbic enough already." The Wheeling Intelliynutr diuggirt if that'ciiy brld a nolr g line in ccJ dcttrmlnH to (ulUr.t by book or crook. Accurtiigl} nt the ocecwirjr acJ ptvct owirdi Littlo Brooks, to ic D.ictor In tliat ecaaty, where kt practice. Doctor, vcr, was at home in PtffflrtM, ir c not bo arfcuted. ary, ruhcr tl.an eomj back cmpt d, decided lo retort IO a of lirata- em. I.'e >n t a friend orer to tbc Dtx-.- ur'd house in great ha.te, to inform lat a man had bech thrown from h'u orsc on the roid leading to nd dangerously irjurrd. Tke lountcd his horte and cene of the Occident. toward When he isironnling al VhB iJuor of the house tUtt- osrd to' contain tho wounded man, onJ arrested by ffur Brooks, who WM na'tly arrangement. Doctor onJuctod before a jualicr, tad crier g a good deal iboal trick hut had been pliyed on him, told bit Icbtor UDI! the sheriff that had horse, and thai would like lo scml he oniiinl home and have another iruuglu hii: No objoctloD was n this, end the tame animal wjt teul ionic and another one rcturucd. Joctur then ofTered the horse aa security or ihe debt, mij was icxt morning a neighbor of the Pjilic-d lo llie aheriir, drmamiinj lorse in liii charge, ilatioy that the or had borrowed him. (or the a'ltrnoon, >ul did nol, nor never owned him. Tin .lierifT was compelled to the hartvi ip, and as llic security waa dot sufficient, le of course becomes fur IBM lebt. The Doctor tells that trick- g io a game ihat two can plif at. A Sedative. The Journal tie Cltimit con- uina ihe fullo.viug remarkable account 01" c discovery of a powerful IB neuralgia by Or. Field; 11 Some time since, a gtntlcman nduceJ by a hjniropath to put two of a solution, tuppuied lo be diluted lj he fim dogroe, on his tonjjue, iu orjer ry its effect. After the lapse of' about hree ininutfi he of con- at the base of thtntek, theu ti ltiiigingin the air, forth .vas covered with ptrrpiration; theii was aeiz.-d with fit, yawning, and remiineJ lur >evcrul minutes, head fell back, kw lower jaw full he n- piU-.and for two niaitta hia .vas ailrnt. T.ie homeopath, percciTlnj; hesc symptoms, was Ifrrifi.-J, lehuduiiconicionaly comaainH a raurJcr. Stimulnnts, howerer, brought Dr. It Id in coneciouincii again, bul ke continued Ui 'eel a headache lor half hour ft'.tcr, .viih a sensaiior. of tl epi- itrittni, and general These symptoms in course of ihaM-me. It Ideal thai ;lie tubitincc employed arat a powerful poison, and that it kid not aufficitnt- !y diluted; end il Itirnrrf ottt to jf oxj da of clycile, a aubsltnco produced by treating glycerine at a low tempera- ture w ilh au'phuric or nitric acid. Irop ml.ted wilh ninttj-oine drops of spir- its of wine cotmilutei flril diluliun. Or. Field was immedialetjr struck wi'ii the iu'et that he had experienced tiie of i'liat, at a mucb wtakcr Jj.f, i.ust be n useful sedative of llie nervous 'ystem, while the hcmeopith wu inycd al havinj discovered what he eoi.. ivcJ lo be a_nowerful remedy fur After various triall dh tnimalt, D-. Field at length resolved to try thisj on pmienla. lie did so Oral, on i lady sixty-right of wltt h.td 'ong been suffering from neuratf ii, wbieh a I Intervals of and i.ij retUted every remedy known, mcb mmoni.i. otssfri iji, chloroform, I'lic fouflll 'part of a drop of the lolutiort being administdred, sht was ci nice r.-liercd; but her SOON ibligcd her to have recourse to ii again. uid she wcs completely ctifcd. It been tried in casrsof and Icntal neuralgia with equal success." Flic 1Vondcnt of Soaall atMUUam The Troy List nigtt, bout half pnst one, Henry LwJferd, n in the employ oflfr. !icaring a man call bed, p-ieeed down ttaln, em of nd down the long railway in kis akisT, in, crossed llio river, brovgbt psisenger over who was eallirg, lock toll out of the quitter, futeocd kis river boat, took the1 oVtr in iht Mo- iikwk boat, aHil tbeb tu lis station sgain on the uland, ip in llie the fpr- ry men ilecp; took tbtlifhlrd lasap in land, passed to his bed, nod back :o the hntchwaj, stepped nd fell lo tile floor bclott, aMkinf n jreat racket and waking np rtM the hands, who hastened to what MHI the matter, and om ioojiairy found f.uiiluw had been Mtctk Curiously fhottjh; ht received n few slight from fall. mMSB- bered nothing of wbat bal sjceautcd, wd was bewildered when fonnd Ivisy floor, anxlotis In know nsm iherf, and ready chough to (wetr by nil that was b'ack and btw" bad not been over with pssn early hour in the tveoiaf. i made by him was taken frosa) which qaarter lay. TW aasssiighi paasengrf, on coming ovtr thin motuifg. called altenticn to UK >f the ferrynan, and dumb i chip tunvitle the old debu enriches hlmatlf." that in >n idte creJiton are endeavorlntT, fy-A yooog IUT -MM P.tly. nddinsncd Mr. etptcd, him on llu ccverconieui ta be cslltl a   

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