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Olitte wore yet three hours of .Yliglit Ami we oui Multi a in to St Iii Circle on the inn Racli the n Small select Tun i once of live with indefinite null it of no Ives in the Btu Gro Winil. Tie chief wiry a Villi Koun find Benuk on the pc disc in flunked on Side his wife Ami shut. Their entire apparatus con Sis cd of few boxes and Wicker must Randu in lion and not sieges live of tiny Inart Luiis and yet our conjure is went Liri Nglai with a most astonishing series of some of which wild even the air. A Roii stint tire of Worril i was up in Between the per which Soo Ineil a sort of Liy play connected wih the various Ami Titi slated by bar a Luis. Besides the Ordinary per Sulci As knives and and at Leeward drawing a Complete junk shop Froid his smash ing on r want chs and birr Iii Misour which were afterwards returned unhurt to our the performer drank a mixture of three powders White and Blue in a of Anil immediately afterwards produced the three pow Ders in a dry from his Mouth. The ton Multi often repeated was look a rolling up of Tho eyes and pro tended App cil to Shiva and when a Dill cult Transfer brition was about to take place. Lint the most Wun Darful thing was making a tree grow from the which he planted in a pot of Earth by forc our eyes a trick which i think never been per formed out of India. These things Ami Many showing wonder Ful skill in the conjuring were done in Broad tiny within few feet of and in the absence of the mechanical contrivances of stage All occupations the East arc even Ulm ii the last census re turns of the ii Orth Western Provin Ces. Set Down As most in of me returned As poets.1 i saw exhibition of Snake Chan icing in which iad almost a spice of tragedy in u performer opened out his Stock n front of the we consisting of of a boo ten or twelve feet Long uni As Larue Armind As Rny two Ivel the Inos a deadly of Ami a variety of sour irions be teased the cobras until Tiluy their hissing two fret com the Anil with Distant cd Anil quivering repeat idly it the Man s land. Not drawing it away Quick enough he was bit in by the Snake the fore liner or. Mid drop of ii penned the wound. The Roan took from his pocket a Small looking like a be. Ill pressed it for a moment on the wound to which it and went on Willi his exhibit Iii in. Then hiking a Small bit of Light coloured lie held it toward the cobras ind they instantly slunk us f terrified and completely another piece of Wood had same effect upon a Rupee Paitl the Snake charmer so cured for the two bits of Wood and the Little which i brought away As mementos. Our hotel was literally besieged by a Host of itinerant vendors of the specialities of Delhi. They tried to got across to us by bribing who made a Good thing jut of the leu to Twenty per Cunt on All our which of course came out of our pockets. Must of these vendors Are proprietors of shops the Chandike and quantities of Cashmere Delhi embroil paintings and jewelry for your some of which Are very tempting. Once Ada tied to your before you have time to forbid thus men will Bat opened their bundles displayed before your now eyes inc most exquisite fabrics of every color of the covered with the embroidery in thread and silk. If there should he any ladies in your party you May As Well surrender it on stipulating for enough to be left in your purse for the expenses to for the Beautiful opera ravishing Mere Snyr Calwood and Pininia litre paintings on Gold and Silver Uliari be with which you lid yourself surround would tempt an anchorite or other hater of the pumps and vanities of life the prices asked Are of course very different from what is gladly taken after a half hour s bargaining but it is a very unsafe method of unless one knows the actual value of the for although you May get the. Articles at half tiie Price first you Are by no Means certain that you have made a Good bargain. Three arc one or two How Ever where the prices asked Are the fair Market and to these the traveler in search of genuine Arti cles should go direct. At the shawl store of Manick we were shown up a inn Row and Steep flight of Steps to a Small opening on Side to the on the other to a narrow in Tony Over look tiie Street. Chairs having Lieen provided fur us by the proprietor Anil his he unlocked a leading into a Large and brought out a bundle Lik i a Pedler s tied up in White Culotti. When Julie to found this contained about Twenty Cash More Worth from live Linn one thousand rupees each these held up for our inspect one after then pushed and another bundle brought exhibited to us and thrown aside in the most careless manner. Bundles f Aud jackets of Cashmere Eloith and most beautifully embroidered in or Loose dressing gowns for smoking table Etc until the floor was two feet in a coun Sod lit or of the richest dry goods i Ever saw. To unsophisticated eyes to Csc camels hair shawls Are nothing near so hand some As the imitations made in e to Laid Aud Franco. They Are Uei her smooth nor and suggested the idea of having been but not ironed. But my judgment on dry goods had been at so Many times that i had lost Confidence in and Pniler Tho instruction of the ladies of on who were familiar with Stewart s i soon began to Admire them. They Are not made of at but of Wool of the a ish nere Pauli shawl being composed of Trumy Woven by different and the labor of months. They Are sewed very Ogeth the skill of colors be ing something and can be altered an sch Liged in Borders Audau i washed Ami mus soil up without damage. La the East Tho wealthy natives do not Wear them Over the but mule female Tio them around their in la i Cross serves thu of denoting rank. Tho clothed in and me Prince in cloth of Gold Easte and and Yocupi Ilion Are distinguished will Kiv Wii an i 14 Narks in costumes. Ali fixity of fashion is As singular in Hind its infinite changeable Stiess in new York and i Aris. Twin Pat terns we see in the Bazar to Day Are those which went popular in the lays of Shih Jeh to. Hindoo though of the lowest possess such wonderful Lasio and that their productions Are like poems in silk and which seems to prove the that the finest taste is consistent with the the Epes slavery of body and mind. Dress with the Oriental is an and a Hindoo will never Wear a Robe or a i he ornamentation of Whitti is not 9 insistent with his idea of sym Metry and Grace. Delano. Something about Grant s Iti Glit hand Man. Public history of k Cabinet Man enter. A correspondent of the new York Sun gives the following As a few of the items in the Public his tory of one of Grant s chief Cabin it officers. Introducing the subject Tho correspondent says to shall now speak with becom ing moderation of a few proven acts and facts in the adventurous career of the Hon. Columbus do lao. Secretary of thu Interior. Our duly is done when the evidence is presented. It is for the impartial pubic to do the summing up and to pass judgment. We direct to extraordinary Case known As the Pacific coast Light House swin in the Library bound to ume of special sess 1853 Between 1 and and 38 and is found the history of this remarkable ease of for it was Mode the ease if thorough Ulli Cial investigation. The most important actor the business was Tho present Secretary of the Interior. A select Senate investigating with Gen. Sara Houston As com posed of senators Bor and were appointed on aug. To inquire into crib or fraud in obtaining or Grant ing and so Forth. They made a report March two extra copies of which were ordered to be the committee examiner seven witness the sworn testimony of which witnesses is published in full to quote the language of Lue re also endeavoured to procure the Atic dance of or. C. Of new an it actor in the. Business but with out Success As lie could not by we will Here that it has been ascertained thai j c of now d Canada to avoid Liq service of summons As a and thru remained concealed until the Dilli Cutty has blown Over. Tiie Tesla of Thisu Uniti poached and Onory of which we have twice it a by site s stale of s father Tho Springfield general is to Ulli of a excuse for some of his Coli loss tiie Koptiw Luini him with the son of u Man who hanged. Of we nil no such but we should have Tuen As of if Tehmi to Stute Bluit. There wits in Luil Captain of was Heintje and tins Quinion is still current t new Iii Hipshire people. Not us suite it lie hut it is Worth that colonel Joheph a Soldier of 1812 senator in and a Cousin of the told an Qibai Nonnce ten or two Lve years that in Putin Butler was Aeu rally to be hanged stir airy in the West indies. It is will known hint for several years tin Gulf i f and the Wii is of Cuba were infested with pirate some of whom were Aracri who were not broken up till Coin Mot lore Porter s expedition in 1813. In is among these Luiu a Wieers that trat Litton puts Genera Butler s hut upon evidence the tradition rests w j have never and do re j the matter As of Init him a Tiller expects to be chosen Gover for on the of Bavin a rebel it May be As for him to s in that there wire in Hanc intr in his own family in in first half of the . The russian press announce new method of killing criminal it is to tie the Man neck and throw the Slack of the Ropo Over i and then twist the hoi around until strangulation Talu place. The inventor considers t ought to be publicly b has not tried the Experiment. Portsmouth Baa a new association. It twin a. Subordinate and Lor two Tel diet clerk of the to our or As he frankly Al Ore retiring to private renin inc his Cli Reship lose cure a to build eight Light on the Puci Iio coast l res a Zippro Privati d s105.uijo for the construction of i Fht houses in and for Throe Lilit. Houses in the Coil null obtained by Coin Nis provided that he a Hiim receive for the seven on a filifia and for one it ciipi1 on the Oregon roast. Before Uii Acon that l was Itu Ide was no pub lie Lvi Rte Sivin in for As required i y and no or is Clinty demanded of win tiie Monir dict Vas signed for is Faith Tel i . John and the Oiler testimony Fiat prior to and it the time the contract was entered into and subsequently until the contract was Columbus Deltino was his partner Aud repro owning according to his own admission an interest equal hut no Cordini 4 to the Rii interest double that of the contractor. Immediately after being awarded tins con tract. Being the agent or Inonu Lipini a of detail invited olt ers and received proposals for is Sale. A or. Of new bed uttered to give them for the when the Money was to be paid Grose failed to come to time. At Ailer rejecting six seven offers Al different margins de Lano and Melinnis sold uie con tract to Gibbons of Balti for Ami the whole amount was paid to Delano in one sum on an order drawn by Gibbons on the Tiv Surv department. Delano paid Ovca. Of the proceeds of this Cor ale of the contract to his partner us one wit also to Robert g. Of who was thought to be interested in the As or. Corwin swore he never received a either Delano kept the or Corwin to u falsehood. The respect live friends of these gentlemen can Settle this Little matter Between themselves. La addition to the Delano was paid a fee of 8900 by gibbous As they to secure uie alteration of the purchased Liy mean in of which they were to get additional front the government. More than when the contract was Sola it was known by the sell ers to be the Secre tary of the Treasury had Given notice of its because of the failure to give dec Unity for its execution. A place Ai Biskeb under Johnson. Nine months after the accession of Andrew Johnson to that is to Early in Columbus who the first to join Johnson and the last to leave became an applicant for the office of commissioner of internal Rev Enue. He continued a persistent applicant until after Grant s elec and was in season and out of in dancing at Tendance upon and doing his Odd jobs. In co operation with w. W. Private Secretary president and the Hon. Jim of be inaugurated and engineered a movement to carry Congress Over to Johnson. In the session of a secret meeting of Republican con Gressmen was at the metro Politan club rooms in washing at which meeting end Johnson s private Secretary were the leading speakers and spirits. It was simply a move ment to sell out the Republican party to Aud the Sale would have been completed had it not been for the dump funding pro loss sent up by the Republican press throughout the country. After Grant s Delano requested a certain United slates Well known in to and ascertain for him whether an appointment to the of fice he was seeking by Johnson would damage his Case with in other whether if appointed Corn Missioni of internal Rev Enue by an apostate he could hold on to his office under the Republican president the accomplished Senate r whose services were thus although knowing general Grant declined to approach him on a subject so indelicate and improper. Wearied at length with executive started Lor the and somewhere on the Balti More Ohio Between Washington and it. Met with a conversion More miraculous than that of Saul As soon As could be he Rande a lurid denouncing his late and lauding Grant to Iho skies. We have it from the lips of a gentleman pres ent that when Johnson react this speech his profanity was simply terrific. Delano s treachery was Dum Ucil until the air became Surpli a Riib Blue. Georgia state railway Job. Iii the lion col Umbus Delano and that Oure Anil spotless Christian statesman or Simon went to non to bid for and 1 from Atalanta to can Tanooka. It has since been established by indisputable evidence the attic successful bid of these saintly jobbers was next to the if not the very lowest bid offered. The higher bids were passed Over on various Pio texts and technical and Trio Road sold to the High official firm of Cameron Delano at about half its actual and ions than half its original and the Impo Vei imbed state was consequently swindled out of its prop oily. If the correctness of these statements is in any Quarter we shall present the detailed facts upon which Are founded. These facts none Are More anxious to conceal thaa the actors in the business. Present is Inigues for office. The Peculiar insanity which Al lists Senate seeker has been described in a former letter. His past have been made known. There is probably not a county in Ohio in which his Tho Revenue Are not work for the nomination of men pledged beforehand to vote Only for Columbus Delano for the United states Senate. This is the Way the of is to be reached knowing ins Lack of popu lordly with the his pension ers propose to pack the Legisla Ture with his pledged and to this end they will allow no candid Ted to be nominated for the general Assembly who is in pledge de on the senatorial or who Friendly to or any other Man. Let the Republic ans of Ohio Deal with the Case As to Thorn seems attic. National dangers. Carl Schurz on the usurpation of the Ruut administration. The unhappy philadelphian have lately been Mot tilled by the discovery that a picture in revered Independence in that which Lias for Many years been looked on As an excellent likeness of Gen eral Charles of revolutionary turns out to be a portrait of general Arthur an who had nothing what Ever to do with our Al though he was a very Brave Man in his own country. We do not know what they Are going to Ilo about a mass with some Are clearly in or Der. A remarkable phenomenon exists in which is attract ing considerable attention. A called the at the of the Cumberland is in a slate of constant and overflows regularly once every Between 4 and 5 o clock in the afternoon. By this overflow a Quantity of said to be Carburettor is libera Ted if sends up a column of flame ten or fifteen feet in height. Perhaps this was imported by the icelanders who have recently arrived in this country. From Carl speech lit Yon Tell me that the revolution Ary period of the late civil War has fostered arbitrary and that thereby the rights of All of us arc threatened. It has produced that dangerous tendency. By that tendency not your rights alone tint the rights of us the Princi pies of constitutional Are threatened. It is unquestionably True that things Are done with and almost without ceo Well calculated to alarm every True Friend of free and it is True that thinking men should seriously consider by concerted and determined they can prevent that tendency trom under mining our whole constitutional system. Now that the exigencies of great Public peril Are and tiie results of the War Are firmly imbedded in the fundamental now is indeed the time to arrest it. Let the people Drift into a laxity of constitutional notions from which they cannot and in order to arrest it we must not recoil from vigorous Means. When the other in a Public speech at declared that i would not support president Grant for re election on account of the flagrant violation of the Constitution to has committed in the san Domingo a great Many of my be pub lican Brethren were shocked beyond and raised the cry of High treason against the while some of the feeble in mind Etela lined that my making such a declaration was a sure sign that i have been disappointed in the mat Ter of patronage. 1 May assure them that i spoke with Cool and mature for it will not do to trifle such cases. I will no t Here argue the san Domingo matter Over but i will say simply when a president orders the Navy of the United states to a foreign and without condescending to ask con Gress for instructing our naval officers to protect and de feud the chief of a foreign govern ment against any foreign and even against his own subjects and and when he docs this not Only while negotiations Are going on with that foreign How Nunulu n of Ouk Lotf upon the president the autocratic Power to resort to measures of War at his own but even after the results of such negotiations in the shape of a treaty have been formally and solemnly rejected by the Senate and we have no relations with that foreign government and people but the Ordinary relations of peace a president does then he abrogates to himself one of the most important Powers belonging to the representatives of the he violates the Constitution in of its most vital and he constitutes himself the arbiter of peace and War for this great Republic. And when i am asked to endorse Sulci an act by supporting that pres ident for and thus to Aid in sanctioning by a popular vote such an act As a precedent if taken As a Rule of constitutional would authorize the president alone to initiate a under almost any Cir and make this Republic virtually a monarchy As to the question of peace or As a faithful citizen of this re pub who has sworn to support its will not do i will not help to re elect an officer whose Sanction ing his previous acts with popular will be a justification and encouragement to All future presi Denti in committing acts of usurpation still farther reaching. I will not help in paving the Way to the Advent of irresponsible person Al government in this and when i am told that by such opposition other grave interests May be i answer that i am very doubtful whether the Wanton Ity with which our presidents Are to be permitted to play with Tho peace and Lonor of the and the general decay of constitutional do not con in their inevitable Conse As great a and perhaps even than now within sight. And when i am hauntingly reminded by pliable partisans that the people do not care much about these constitutional i answer that if there Are Many who do not Core about the integrity of their Republican in this constitutes Only a stronger reason Why those who do care should make themselves and act with determination. I Fieri Henlly reminded that declarations like those i have made Are Apt to prove ruinous to a Public Man. Be it so. I the for i am in Ami i am sure the Day will come when Many of those who now shrug their Shoul Ders at my protests and predictions to their admit that i was unless this tendency be speedy arrested. The jeffersonian All kinds of printing done neatly and at Hague i. Prices. Call Iseo specimens. Of or one Oft Eracli week Miick. Is per year. men usual rates. The Youngstown Cour Ier has taken Down the Radical state ticket from the head of its and hoisted the prohibition ticket in its Grant Greeley. New York Republican state convention. The Profan Ity mud Koehs of the tyrant Bolt of the from the convention. Special accounts that the pening scenes of the n. Y. Re publican state convention were of a shameful character. One report states that when the gathered at the Ball they found the doors and guarded by several policemen obstructing their Entrance. The cry was at once set up that the custom House had brought its marshals on. Here a voice bras Beard in the there any galling guns Here when the door was opened at half past eleven the Rush commen ced was met from the in Side of the Hall. Chairs and table were freely used by the de fenders of the and fists and canes by the attacking party. At last one of the latter Drew a but before he could use it he was felled to the floor by a blow from the Back of one of the Iron laying his Cheek and putting him Hora do combat. At this juncture a detachment of police and no doubt pre vented much As the at tacking Force was constantly in creasing in and resistance from within could not maintained much longer. Another dispatch says that gangs of York roughs came into town during the and Early in the morning it was evident there would be serious trouble if net actual bloodshed. At the opening of the about half past eleven when the con fusion several revolver wore drawn and flourished by Par ties in the crowd while those inside Tore Loose and stood ready with legs of to repulse the intruders. Down those Don t the son of a Bis brains the a damned one of Yuu will get and other ejaculations Mote expressive than. Elegant were indulged in until the place seemed worse than bedlam. Ti3ud1ty of the greeleyite8. Surprise last night among 15reeley adherents in this City at the course taken by the and expressions of dissatisfaction at the apparent timidity shown by the Greeley Penton delegation were very Gener Al. It was believed they would have Defeated the co Lilia party had they acted with becoming boldness. The Tribune editorially says that the chairman of the convention used his position in the narrowest and most unfair packing committees exclusively in the Cou Klag custom House inter giving Only two out of four teen members of the committee of credentials to the Wing of the party that voted against Ard bad lacked Only fifteen of a majority of the regular delegates. It delegates were obliged to withdraw after the accusation in the speech it thinks that the custom House clique care to Hinig for Success in the state or nation in comparison with the accomplishment of their own sordid and selfish schemes. A costly administration. A contributor to the Atlantic monthly a leading literary monthly of Radical shows from the official returns of the Treasury department that during the year ending december the government collected from the in the shape of taxes. As the census puts the general population at forty millions in round each Iro Man and child paid to taxes to the Federal for in addition to the amount paid for state and local government purposes. The following table will show what the Cost per capita of running the government was for several administrations previous to As also what Gram s is costing. This table is exc Lutice of interest and principal paid on pub Lic debt. Cost per Raplp. To h . Period. Jackson s.8 years Van Huron s.-1 years pick s.4 years 1 7.- Pierce s.___4 years 1 Bush Ivun s.1 years 2 76 Grant s.1 year 4 Grunt s.1 year 10 the increase is and altogether unjustifiable. Frauds and extravagant and profligacy Are the devouring Mouths that require of the people such a contribution As 810 28 capita for eve Rev woman Aud child in the United states. The Pennsylvania peace society people Are getting signatures to petition asking Congress to abolish army and Navy and military instruct and the president to inv re foreign Powers to join in a disarmament and a general system of International arbitration. G. T. The prohibition candidate for governor of is stumping the state. It claimed by his friends that be receive votes this fall. Tvs Paperi
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