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Cincinnati Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 23, 1869, Cincinnati, Ohio weekly chronicle wednesday. June 23. 1869. Weekly chronicle. Row Lii fwd w some Star by toe inc Diati chronicle ooh ant. Office in Ian i St. It fourth and fifth to mob daily. A amp is amp Riku a we a tiem8-Whkly. A Iii copy. 1 00 a a of Ito. It to 7% t n club of Tea. At �1 30�?it 00 an astr copy to a Tutor of a a Tab Tor weekly. ²dyb&ti81nq Rati it notice. Por lao Leto Waal for 8al�. For Dup Tays. Room to floa.ooroooaro.91 99 Wisdom Oft it Cua a. W9 hav lib mme a , to the roles of 9 certain financial Wisdom crying aloud on Ona of our prominent Strati Tornero and proclaiming Marra Louo things that must happen from an appreciation of Tho currency. Most people believed that when the government issued its Greenback Prosa tse to pay. It was not Only bound to redeem its Premiss but intended to do so and that it Tell so intends and Toaso Quealy that Ita True and Only font policy la to Vaasa at tha earliest practicable Day a resumption of ape be payment. Not so Saye the voc Forant financial Wisdom aforesaid however. It declares that the government should repudiate he obligation to the holders of Groen books just to the extent of their present depreciation. It vehemently Protesta against increasing their value preferring a pestilence famine and general conflagration instead As a much Milder form of ruin. It eulogies or. Bop Twu Len policy for the a prow and wean that it has gloriously cheap ifs re end has thus tended to Evert the hires feed danger of getting Back to a change his Motiey. But thus operator go along quit stay in their own Way and will Sompel or. Boutwell to change his policy again As they have once done already without any resort to verbal arguments or import unities. The journals of new York net in the ring and looking to the Good of the country Are nearly or quite unanimous in protesting against the Secretary a course in hoarding greenbacks and reducing the circulation. Tha Wall Street operators on the contrary As we have said Are exaggerating this contraction to the utmost by their own private and combined action. Or. Boutwell meantime is no doubt already Media tag his next expedient but whether it shall he sudden expansion by reissuing his $30,000,000�?when Wall Street will do All it Oan to exaggerate the mischief by following Anit As before or by some other device Ean not yet be told. Until he changes again contraction will continue to do Ita worst. We have been told time and again by tha ass authority How exactly the Val Usa prior my everything we eat Wear or occupy vary with tha Upa and Downs of Gold or of greenbacks whichever Way you choose to state us sad that la just so far is you approximate the nominal and real Elosa of greenbacks you evidently disturb the value of everything for which Money is exchanged. That thare was a very grave of Quacy in All this we supp one Moat people of Good sense intuitively perceived if not Able precisely to Point it out. This last was s quite task. It Only to wait for Tbs Organ of Thia Wisdom to illustrate tha won a while momentarily oblivion of a by same applicable summing up of results of gathered from exp Rte nos. Tula the four unconsciously supplied. In o ult Sarchio on the salaries of to Achma in this morning a Issue. A year ago Gold Wea a fraction Over left. The of Prtrt Dent Grant the renewed Etc Odence Given to the country by his inaugural so dream and the auspicious a peeing of his administration had tar Gray Ledu Ead the Premium until or. Boutwell introduced his disturbing element several weeks ago. Then Gold suddenly mounted ten per event. There has nines been a alight reaction following his change of policy by which a Large amount of Giosh Suhs has been withdrawn from new Gold i quoted at Over lf7�?three per sent lower than a year ago. This is a a admit instalment of the worse than a ups Stilanos famine and general to satisfy year Al asocial philosopher. It ought at least to be enough to convince has whether he is right or wrong. Bat let us see How he states the a diets of this disaster upon a darn of Man to whom greenbacks mod be everything or nothing a men who Werk for wages and salaries. The hardly plead that it has All along base advocating the interests of capital exclusively and not of labor. That is not the Issue at least just now. Tha question of Ijnar Saseng tha As la rim of tha Tanham in our Public schools is boldly mat by the 0msetts in this Way to begin with Quot if of Jar Ghal disturbed lest year or the year am net Able to discover say past cause a dist Urbanos now for the Masen that $8,000 during the Adbool year it 189-79 will be Worth mom to the teacher than in would have been during the Mahool year just closed. This allow for a improved value in Greenback of Twenty five Par Sank Whan too ending to tha t financial Wisdom afo Rase id three or four All we Hada right toe Peot simply an instalment of not our philosopher is Etsu Pili whip taken off his guard without his Pugh she Fia Anatal Robes around him or the Leo was of his theory Efte Orty fixed is his head. Be Seyez with italics As we give Feero fees already Bato a a say material Deeton is Tbs cent of living. Room mute have Al Render fells sad they must is clue a us further. Tail is inevitable. Landlord must accept the Attar Una. am a Fer a arc. Lower the in i thug wares year ago Pola co or a a qty Fly by Manl lows butter la Down emits Are Oom sgt esty Anh it by a and the fall will bring in my a. Clothing la not much a Mil we Pravio to tha War Gro Maii in sir than they warn a year ago with i a awkward in arts by and Coal la act far above sate War prism a a Feto Taray the iss St u i Sty Suteu Sanae a 3k. Al a 1 s these things May to pts doleful to Temple is by some people but they do not that the Rich Are becoming Richer a just now. If a a a Ltd 11 he kept no to the eld Standard. In spite of a we do act think there Tea great degree of general distress anywhere. Bat what the chiefly pertinent in the present Case the becomes Tou Ratey Clear that the a Este value of greenbacks the net after All the Standard by Whiteh the prices and values of All other things Are determined. The government Ean be honest and return to specie payments without a general derange ment of pleas end Universal ruin. Tae accidental reflection of a Flash from the lamp of experience upon its own profound ft��1 theories Hes dispelled nil their gloomy end grand convolutions leaving not e wrack behind. Contraction. Secretary a contraction of the Greenback circulation by exchanging a we a Hon of Gold e week for Legal tender Whiteh he boards in the Treasury to words. With Eastern views of financial policy. It Dees net Salt the weal. It the accomplished by an Everton of the Law prohibiting the Tad Oan fellation of Green Joeking up government notes in he to usury sulte Hue the same practical affect on Tbs circulation As putting them in the fire or running them through the grinding Mill of the Treasury printing Bureau. Already there comm even from new York the cry of e Stringency in Market. But it Mote be re i that the contraction complained of results from an attempt of the Secretary of the Treasury to recover himself from the disastrous effects of the policy with Whiteh he eel out of converting his surplus Gold into Bonds exclusively for the creation of a sinking fond. He is trying to the equilibrium after a serious the Drift of things a number of Wall Teasel Bankers Are very naturally joining in this work looking to their own interest a namely of Youree and availing themselves of the heavy lift Given them by the Secretary and looking up All the greenbacks they Oan Lay their bands on. They know Bow to Row with the tide of Treasury the management and Are careful to retain the of that motive Power instead of strength on an opposing course. Or. Boutwell has a tied up about pal of currency in All a it appears end the Wall Reet operators Are believed have thrown $lft,,0 h More into the of contraction by Locking up that of paper Money in their own Walt. They Ere working for e Stringency now because the Secretary gives them a grand Opportunity to play that game Suc Oey fully. We hear much of the new York delegations visiting Washington and of Humble petitions from Wail Street begging him to baath of Ubirt j. Raymond. We Are pained by the announcement of the Madden death of Hon. Henby j. Raymond of the new York line at an Early hour Friday morning. Those who knew the working habits of or. Raymond will not be surprised that nature should give Way under the heavy pressure. He has in fact performed what can hardly be called less than miracles of labor and proved that he pools sad a Constitution of remarkable vigor and capacity for endurance. The immediate cause of his decease is not known a we write or. Raymond was in his fiftieth year having been born on the 24 h Day of january 1820. He waa a native of Lima on the Genesee River in Livingston county new York and his father a Farmer of Mode rate Means who Wen Able to Aid him Bat utile even in Ges Elang a arms education. He had the energetic assistance however of a Mother represented to have Mere than Ordinary Una litter of mind and heart end whose traits he the said to have inherited. For a time he did common term work at Home was afterwards clerk in a Village store then District schoolmaster and thus at an Early age was Able to Complete his preparation for entering College. Working the Way Onward with such Imperf not parental help As he received he graduated at the University of Vermont Burlin tonin the summer of 184a to ranked at the head of the dam in All branches of study an evidence not holy of his Superior intellectual capacity but of the remarkable versatility of Powers which was one of his distinguishing characteristics in alter Ufa. While to College or. Raymond had bean a contributor to hoax a Gre sexy a new Forter and the detect had so thing to do with turning the louies to the City of new York altar falling to secure the employ Mimi he sought a a teacher. He had Fow if any friends in the City at this time and no Means of support but such As Quot the own hand and brain you Supply. He began the Teudy of Lew giving instruction to n latin class and writ Tofu for the press to earn his livelihood. He became a correspondent of some papers at n diets Nee from new York and the believed to have soc Tad the first engagement of this sort for pay from k. B. Maxant la then editor of the Cincinnati ctr Ofaf. Alter a time or. Grix Lay proposed to employ him on the new yorker at a salary of $100 a year which a accepted and Whan the trimme was started in 181, he became one of Ita first editorial staff. From this Date or. Raymond rare ability and Industry As a journal Tel became speedily known and appreciated. The advancement was rapid and in Isis he accepted a important position on the courier and Jefe Lutrar tendered him by general jams Watson Webr. He remained on that paper until 1851, when disagreement with his associates led to a separation. He was elected a member of the new York amenable of 1819, and hav tog been re Alstead was oho ten speaker of the Assembly in i860, discharging the duties of that it few a Tea we a wed s Cees. Alter a abort tour to Europe in the Spring and Anmer of 1851, or. Raymond started the new York time on the 18th of september. Begun As a Penny paper of Small alas a Suc Osas was for a time doubt-1x1 to Many observers but after a year it we enlarged and increased to prion and a eco Meinn of capital from Ona of the lax Rene enabled him to 4aoe it on a Perara Bela from whiter it Baa attained great Prosperity and pecuniary sumo eat. In ism or. Raymond was chosen lieutenant governor of new York being the Nomine of the whig anti Nebraska democrats and Temperance men. He wrote the Radical address promulgated by the Republican National convention at Pittsburg on the 22d of february 1856, and made Many speeches for Fremont during the subsequent Campaign. A visited Europe again to 1859, during the Franco italian War with Austria and witnessed the bottle of Solferino. In i860, he took an Active part in the Lincoln Campaign la my he was again elected to the legislature and chosen speaker of Assembly Over governor so Moua in 1884 or Raymond was sleeved a member of the thirty ninth Congress. In that body the or arse was not a Success. He began by antagonizing Thaddeus and received Leas support May have expected to find or to win a by the arguments. The subsequent course As a member of the Philadelphia convention is fresh in Public recollection. He valued with John sort Lam too for for his own Good and to his own subsequent regret a we have reason to believe lie same into the support of Gen. Grant with cordiality and though More conservative than the earlier antecedent would have led us to expect continued to Sot with the Republican party la an Ramt manner. Socially or. Raymond was a Man of put Ming manners kind to heart and Foit Fol to Friendship. A had much literary end general culture e Good knowledge and appreciation of Art end a genuine manhood. A was prodigal ambitious Quick in thought and rapid to execution. Rio apparent vacillation at times end his inconsistencies were partly due to the clearness with which he could see both sides of a question and his Lack of Strong sentiments inclining him to either. As a journalist he was really Greet a s politician and legislator he was above the medium As a Man he wee widely beloved and As each and All the Lorn will be deeply lamented. About the whole ground Ever prospected by progressives and a great Deal which they hardly expert to of Espy in the course of the present Century at least. There was yet a gentle toning Down in the general spirit of the occasion a disposition to speak respectfully of the state and even in commend tory terms of president Grant end the administration less denunciation of the Church than usual and a More hear Itable temper toward the great mass of humanity and the prevailing Public anti ment yet without any abatement of self Confidence or of the Altitude of progressive aspirations. Thomas Carl tax himself a dyspeptic was wont to Admire of All other thing in sir Walter ,.tbe rugged heal tji which characterised 11 his writing. There was nothing morbid in the intellect no disturbing idiosyncrasy. He squared everything by the line of what the known a common sense and Good sense. He was Content to look for Reform through individual culture advancement end aspiration and by Means of the duly organised methods of Church and state. And such is the average of human kind. To this even violent reformers tend to late. The Radical of Early life often becomes the la Sheet of conservative. The More generally too a wholesome Reform finds support the Leas aggressive and passionate become the agitators who set the Ball in motion. Progress the made by agitation and made without it. The prevalent notion with some agitators that anything they conceive to be better for the race can be carried by persistent agitation the perhaps a generous Faith hut unions their proposed improvement can at Tost stand the teat of common sense and con mend itself to the average Public judgment it who not be found a saving Faith Jet the our impression that a human Prog Reea the mainly due under Providence to a Cho la to books to newspapers to patient studies in Eta Joeand in centum tothe refining influences of Art and of truly cultivated social Intercourse and to the More formal instrumental ties of Church and 8tale to the suggestions of Genius and to the longings for something nobler and better in every heart not hopelessly degenerate but to Reform meeting addresses resolutions and harangues Only in a very Small and unimportant degree. Ludicrous extravagant and wrangling talks and Dos cushions and unrestrained exhibitions of some of the worst phases of human nature occasions v seen at each gatherings often leave tha balance of influence on their pug aide. Yet we Pozald Sot restrain the la Agete Liberty of agitation in ties matter nor should the Gricet Freedom of criticism thereon be withheld. The right the a Rainald even on the showing of his friends. They would not convict him As jurors but they Well know his guilt and the utter absence of just provocation. They know it to have been Wanton and brutal a contrary to every instinct of a contrary even to the miserable code by which Southern gentlemen Are guided in killing one another for col. Csar announced himself to be wholly unarmed and they know that Only an imbecile government would foil to visit the crime with prompt and extreme punishment. Human Progress. For Many year Pate a Small body of men and. Women calling themselves friends of Hainan Progress have been in the habit of meeting annually for two or three Daya a a Plain Quaker meeting House at a utile place called Waterloo in Western new York to talk Over the interests of humanity. The tap Root of the association was abolitionism. It has branched out Lii Many directions. Woman rights spiritualism female suffrage and free thinking on religious questions Are among the a cause a it has specially patronized Ami championed. Of the prominent persons who have participated in these gatherings Are Rev. Sam url j. May of Syracuse Fokd. Douglass Susan b. Anthony a. M. Powell of the Anh til Avery stamina re and mrs. E141�rrtb Cady Stanton of the revolution. Do not distinctly remember Euritt Smith As of the number but he naturally belonged there. Parker Pili Hury and Many other reformers near and Remote were wont to attend As they listed and to talk at will. This annual gathering Haa just been accomplished the present month a Little in Advance of the great musical Jubilee further Kate. Mra. Stanton and some others no longer go up to the feast haying individualized a utile too strongly and Goue off in a Tangent. But the same old fire were rekindled speeches were made songs of Progress Sung with Melodeon accompaniment Reeo Lutious passed and letters read. The proceedings this year cover am0thxb landmark 0y Progress the order of Potemra ter general Cross Well which we have already Pnat laced is suggestive of some reminiscence Worth mentioning. Leas than ten years have elapsed since such an order would have produced open rebellion in the Southern states. Tha Indiola Busty of the mails was a thing unknown in tha palmy Day of slavery a wee indeed the inviolable Ltd of anything that a jaundiced suspicion feared might be dangerous to some manner 10 the a Peculiar we All remember How under the Rule of Public affairs that preceded the rebellion when under the assumed name of democracy nothing waa sacred but the interests of the slave hold tog Oug Archy the creature of successive administrations assumed toe right to destroy Euch document As might be event into the Southern states by mail and instead of delivering Northern journals to their subscribers committed to them to the flames. We a know How honorable members of Congress stood up in the Halls of legislation and defended such acts and How they received complaisant assent from their subservient Aules elected by Northera constituencies. Thu was the heyday of Prosperity for toe traffickers in men and women. With overweening Eona Dency to that or Power to Over sew Mai control nil., opposition the representatives of the oligarchy a waxed Fot and the beat of governments was 1 sailed on the pretext of a getting their rights. Among the noticeable 1 suite of toe straggle the the change of policy regarding the conduct of mail and Post office affair of which or. a highly commendable order to an indication and a Means of administration. In that order he has Well Eaid a Tho enactments of Law defining Crifase and often see against a pot office establishment admonish every Petera to the employ of the deportment that Law making Power intends the Tew to throw around tha parity of correspondence the solemn a entity of its Protection. The highest duty the department owes the people is to part serve by All Means wit Hin its Power the absolute Sanctity of a acal. The enactments of a Law referred to Are entirely explicit. You Are required to instruct Alt subordinates that to every violation of the Law in this respect As Well As other crimes the postmaster general will visit with punishment to the Folk Ete extent of the Law. He then proceeds to give definite instructions for toe removal of an official guilty of complicity in the crime of Tern poring with correspondence sent by the Malla. He will have the subordinates to know that for the future regard Leas of the traditions of the old time democracy vigilance will be required of subordinates in the discharge of sworn official duties end that parties who prove negligent in this behalf will be summarily removed from office. It the not unlikely that the officer decapitated under the postmaster general a order being of Southern instincts and Edu Ostion had Early imbibed the notion prevalent in the Section that the government in general and the to Teoffice department in particular were Only useful in so for As they promoted ape Clel interests and that to pursuance of tote thing he Laid himself liable to the unexpected penalty Whiteh has been visited upon him. Doubt Era be has by the time do severed the mistake. Thus one by one Are falling into disuse the favorite theories on which for a third of a Century the National government waa Mads but a vast Macelue for the use and be Hoof of an exacting oligarchy. 1b0wkl0w 0� suffrage. _ Parson Brownlow in not a modal of consistency. The conviction Are intense while they late. He Ean hold out Well under vigorous opposition and Haa a Good Deal of credit for out Elnaor. At an unexpected moment however when toe reasons for perseverance would seem to met to people the strongest he u i sols to be found assuming the fiercest championship of the cause which All the Seal Haa been exerted in opposing. This was True of abolitionism for example which never had s More venomous opponent than Brownlow up to the time that Southern people holding his sentiments generally joined the secession movement. He on the contrary just then became one of the Mote Earnest of abolitionists. When the Union armies triumphed no Man was More violent in proclaiming the determination that rebels should not Rule Tennessee or be permitted to resume their place As it ideas As though they had never been guilty of crime. He did Moie than any Rae Tese toward giving the present Constitution of Tennessee its Peculiar shape particularly in regard to the matter of Duff Ait i lenient. When the question was raised last summer he per Sissy holy opposed any yielding in that direction. A at once nevertheless we find oar unaccountable Patera on tha other Side. Hate for an Hersal suffrage and general amnesty. He Hopes the Constitution of ten cease will be amended As soon As it can be to As to let All the rebels Heve a Chenoe to Vota. With the View he favor the is Uon of gov. 8rnt�r, who a placed himself on the platform of rebel enfranchisement. He finds what he no doubt deems plausible arguments for his change of policy Bat he misrepresents the Republican party of the nation when he allege it to be in favor of breaking Down All restrictions upon suffrage on too uni of disloyalty the effect of the irruption of disloyal vote rain Maryland and Kentucky the too Man Foat to everybody and no ratted Republican Carra to Ara tha Pescara repeated to Missouri Waal Virginia or ten Nea aaa. If tha Loyal people of these states choose a Mourra to suicidal 1st them Taka the whole responsibility and not charge it upon the Republican party of the nation. The Spanish Regent. The selection of marshal 8 Nan a no a Regent of Spain by a vote of More than tour to one to preference to general Prim May be taken a err indication of the prevailing distrust of the latter to whom vary ambition of designs have been attributed. The permanent form of government in 8pain has of Eloira been settled to for As it the to be by the oorts now in session through the Constitution already primal gated. The selection of a Monarch the not to easy a matter a was the determination in Yovor of monarchy. 8rrrano, the temporary Regent until a King the duly Intel led was a leading spirit of the revolution and at one time in favor with the sex Queen Isabella from whom he received the appointment some years ago of Captain general of Cuba. He u a Man of ability popular adroit but of no High moral Alma or principles. The present advancement May not have been unsatisfactory to Prim after All who reserves himself for whatever More favourable Opportunity May occur. Letter from a re to j Obi i re Undot Hilr matter. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Chro Lole Boston june 17. A if one May judge from the conversation even Boston Greet in origination of novelties and sensation the a seat of science and Art a the a Athens of America a the a Hub of the social universe a never witnessed such a divine furore Euch a Fosse for the gods on any eco Aono literary social or political a this peace Jubilee now affords. The coliseum and its surrounding Ita inner Workings and outside scenes is the Only theme. In parlor store workshop Street oars wherever it is possible for literati professional men Artisan merchants or Laborera to Exchange opinions the peace Jubilee seems to be the prevailing subject and All without exception citizen and visitor unite in passing big encomium on the management for the magnitude of the Idear and the Cupar ale led Success attained in carrying it out. There were Many who came Here As on a Holiday excursion expecting at most to hear a Clanger of instruments and an i Harmony of Voles Strong sad powerful to be sure but attended with comparatively Little of the True elements of music in its perfectness and Beauty. Primarily and ostensibly it was the Grest Novelty of so Many voices and instruments pitched together a curiosity to witness the effect of Euch a combination on such a scale that called be great body of visitors Here coupled More particularly with the attractions which abound in science literature and Art in this the Cradle of our american civilization. To the tourist merely a eking for fresh Sorna end new sensation to nature and Art there was Serfli Dent inducement in the Lovely a Pota in the Vicinity reached by rail and water a the wonders and novelties that have been brought together in museum studio and Library big Orieal Point connected with our Early history the evidences of taste Aud culture seen in the architecture of the City and the love of Rural Beauty manifested to the Parks and gardens scattered in profusion through the City to rail him in the duration in response to the half fore invitations of the Railroad corp a Liona. But most Persona expected to tire of the my a Maii it Ai demonstration and vote the coliseum attractions second to others. But they have met with disappointment of an agreeable nature. The Harmony 1s to nearly per foot. The performance to Majestic and grand that everything else is lost sight of in the greater attraction of the coliseum. Instead of tiring the edit in a vote the three hour ail no 11 too Short to Matt say the musical craving of his soul and is anxious Gaiu to partake of the Foate spread Dally in sumptuous style and never cloying Rich Nee. And so the powerful Magnet of the coliseum mitral san ten and again while other allurements Are in Abey the Knoxville has been kept on the san tar track instead of going Over the Stork As was expected. The Rivasi candidates have begun their joint discussions in set Tennessee where the Gallant Quot Bald Keg Lfeo la making the beet flights and leading of a in a manner that gives Good Promise of Success. He evidently has t lie mass of the Kate Tennessee people with the murder of col. Crane. When col. Crank waa fiendishly Sinate in the streets of Jackson Mississippi without provocation and Forn other assignable reason Thau an honest Ault a peaceful discharge of the duty under the a Federal Laws it was promptly proclaimed that political reasons had nothing to do with the Cri Ide it was a Mere outburst of old fashioned chivalry. It was a personal matter a Street altercation an ebullition of the blood of a Southern gentleman. True it happened that the object of this Swift vengeance for no offence whatever from the hand of one of the first families of waa a Northern Man an officer of the government a portion of the military Power under which an unreconstructed state is bound in despotic chains acid Beuce perhaps not altogether As agreeable in the eyes of a errors a if be had been to the Manor born. But still there must be a disclaimer of any political motive. It must go Forth to the world duly entitled As a a a gentlemanly affair altogether. And regarded irom this Point of View alone false and cowardly As the pretext is a there is no question As to the murderous character of the deed. It is High time that the Law should take firm hold of the brutal crimes of this Chat which belong Only to a period and place of Enil barbarian. Society has tolerated and even cowed under the of this contemptible chivalry quite too Long. One or two conspicuous examples of hanging for the commission of an atrocious murder of this sort will have a wonderful effect in improving Public senti Lieut in the benighted regions where such ideas of the a a gentleman prevail. For there is no murder More Airo emus in the sight of god and Tau than Hir correspondence from Boiten will a such a one As this which a Krukau is guilty i found very interesting Reading. / or. Jot publishes a card to a Chicago Pap denying the charge extensively circulated that one of the late Acta of Secretary Browning waa to emeretly order patents issued to him for urge quantities of lands reserved by toe treaty to the settler. The patents were regularly issued at an earlier Day. The statement of or. Joy relieves the Secretary of the charge of Irreg our practice but it Dora not justify the own attempt to got Possession of the Neutral lands. The scheme formed to die Posa bos the Ateliers the to outrageous that whoever aide in Ita consummation will receive Public condemnation. Or. Jot has wealth and powerful influence to Back him and it May be that he will some rat triumphant in the contest but such Success founded upon wrong would deserve to be made bitter to him and to those who Aid and abet him. The rights of the people who having Confidence in tha Foith of the government preempted the lands Anc built their Homes thereon should be protected by Oon Trae. Undue Imp Tranos appears to be attached in sons quarters to the unofficial conference of several of the clergy and laity of toe protestant episcopal Church in Chi Cago late week. It la avowedly not movement for a division of that Kareh but grows ont of abundant Seal against ritualism and a prof Omed Dalre to Check Ita growth. The meeting is not a formidable one either to toe numbers or standing of its member although a Fow prominent names appear in Ita proceedings. There Are no doubt Many influential Persona in the background who sympathize with Ita it some democratic papers Man Foat alarm late the republicans should make a party tease out of the Alabama question. We have no doubt the Republic eau party will take High ground to Aoe Ord with the nearly Universal sentiment of our people in favor of maintaining on National rights. If the democratic party chooses to take the opposite aide or to do nothing it la not toe fault of anybody alas. Ool Oael storks will carry East trans Nee by a Larga majority in spite of Parson Brownlow a Alliance with the enemy Hie people in that Region can not Hng front on the suffrage question he nimbly an Brownlow has Dona. Even his old paper the Knoxville h any seems to have broken Sway from the influence and the announced As coming to the support of Stokke. The instructions of or. Motley Are in Accord with the View of or. He Mars to far a they go and Are frilly satisfactory to him All report to the contrary notwithstanding. Our Washington dispatch of Thia a Ubiaco which we have reason to believe in based on High authority other then or. 8umnrr contain san interesting statement of the situation. Wear Leas surprised to see the new York to Binne favouring the election of san tar in Tennessee than to and it Rejene ing in Tho fact hat All the copperheads Are also for him. Might it not Malbar have found in the 1sttsr foot some occasion to distrust it Good judgment in Oppong obi.,storks? the trial of a Skukr for the murder of colonel Crane the still proceeding at Jackson Tea. The evidence disclose that the crime waa one almost unparalleled in brutal atrocity and entirely without reasonable provocation. A. Gen. Grary will undoubtedly be re nominated for governor of Pennsylvania. A it the but once in a lifetime that such a grand thing May be realised the the general expression and 1 am free to say i never saw anything approach the triumphant grandeur or this musical festival andean not anticipate a reasonable probability of with dung anything in the musical future of my life to equal it. The scene yesterday when president Grant came Forward mounted the director s platform and bowed his acknowledgements to the vate audience beggars description. The immense and Torum waa a sea of waving Tandero Hiefa while the Beera teemed to portend the crack of doom the president bashful Man stood but in awkward minute apparently very much bored when he resumed his seat and was unseen except by a very few in immediate proximity for the balance of the time that he remained. He left while a chorus was being Sang quietly and without particular Omer vation. Gen. Grant May is a a Lynx and As devoid of feeling and sentiment As that somewhat remarkable atone but he certainly exhibited some foaling yesterday or 1 am no judge of features stirred by inward emotion. A if he did not. He was certainly the Only one in the audience that did not while the Star spangled Banner was being performed with gun and Bell accompaniment a and a Flo the conquering hero comes was Sung with such charming effect. The president s stay to this City has been a continuous ovation. Over 5,000 troops under command of major general Butler escorted him through the densely thronged streets which were vocal with the most enthusiastic plaudits of hundreds of thousands using them. Quot the anniversary of the Battle of banker Hill was celebrated to Day with More than the usual earnestness and enthusiasm. Charlestown Haa been thronged with vis Itara. Military and civic societies paraded the streets in great numbers after having returned from Tho exercises at the Monument. A pleasant party somewhat desirous of Changa from the Dost and noise of the City made a trip to Nahant by Steamer this morning. Your correspondent Wea of the party. The trim utile pleasure Steamer Ulysses took us Over. The weather waa very Fine with a Cool Breeze stirring. Passing the shipping in the Harbor which waa generally decorated in Honor of the Day me Glide smoothly pern the fortifications on toe one hand while on the other the City of Boston stands oat in Fine View Bunker Lipil Monument the Blata House and other Points of to Terete within the Day showing to bold Relief. We pick our Way out through narrow channels past Beautiful islands ate like gems to the bosom of the Blue Waters. The tide is out showing an immense Flat relieved of the Waters which hide it a part of the time. This Flat is soon Tobe reclaimed from the sea and like a Large portion of the present City become by the cunning and persevering Industry of Man a site for business blocks and lordly mansions and marts of Trade for toe grow lug oily in the future. About an hours a. Delightful ride snuffing the Cool health giving sea Breeze and we reach Nahant toe celeb rated watering place for wealth and Foshion during the not months to Soen to a upon us. Pleasant villages and towns Nestle to sight on main Lana and in Teleta of the Ocean which recall our boy love dreams Whan just such Little Para Las ailed our thought a the place where we might Fly with our heart s idols and rate secure from Youthful vexatious Aud Borrowa basking in the Sunshine of unchanging love with no practical thought the disturb the poetry of our existence. Lynn the City of shoes Lay to the East Aud i fancied the Breeze bore to Methe Foint Aroma of new leather Swampscott and Chelsea lie Aeh were also visible in the same Gener _ rap Bine Ocean Lay to the Southwest. We rambled about on the Beach for a Short time delighting our Iun Moeut fresh water souls with tha shells Star fish sea Weed end other Salt water novelties washed up by the Wever and then steamed out on our return trip All regretting the meagre time allotted us before the afternoon concert to the coliseum. Nearing Boston we heard a gun saluting and looking out witnessed a very rare teat to Western Eye via a Man of War full rigged the rigging filled with sailors who apparently la the Vicinity of the Clouds were going through Wito a series of surprising evolution at each sip Nal from the gun. I set it Down As the Drill of a naval school ship or a demons rat Lou in Honor of the Day or of the presence of military or naval dignitaries. To return to Tho coliseum and the grand peace Jubilee whose magnificent a Ocean is always suggest Rug something Tofoi Maui to Day was greater u Ever. The building Cansle of Conta Luing forty thousand was tilled almost to suffocation indeed a number of ladles Yat Tod in the free Tureand heat. Yesterday 1 thought t was a Jam but to Day it was a crush. Yesterday seventy five thousand dollars were taken to for tickets. To Day one Hundred thousand dollars is a fair estimate 1 think. Considering that the contract for putting up the building waa ninety thousand dollars and that there will be several More Jama before the thing la Over it is easily to be seen that it la a speculation of the Sharp bostonian As Well As s tribute to science and Art. But 1 for one do not begrudge them their profits it i cams necessary to Day to close the doors by police Foroe the throng waa to much greater than the capacity of the auditorium to accommodate. Those on the outside say the crowd seeking admission waa fully equal to that on the inside. A number of persons holding Hundred Dollar tickets were thus excluded. Ramp a or k rebel anecdote it the work by John Oksten cooler entitled a wearing of the Gray a the following anecdote occur a in 1h�oj the enemy caught an old countryman near Madison court House Aud informed him that he must do one of two thing a either take the oath of allegiance to the United states government or prepare to be buried alive. He declined Tak _ no the oath when Hla captors deliberately tic needed to dig a grave Aud we Lien it was finished they led him to it and said a will you take the oath a a a no a responded the prisoner. A you had a a a six you done to Lake the oath you will be buried alive in the grave within the next five minutes a the old fellow approached nearer looked with attention at the pit yawning before him and then turning round with his hand in Hla pocket calmly replied a Well go 011 with your funeral a few the grief. Has become epidemic in a of Secretary fish Teim cholera vans. The health provide. The wheat crop of the Valley of Virginia 18 said to be unusually Good. Gen. Re a Saxton has been appointed quartermaster of tha department of Columbia. New charge Are to be filed against Gen. Tyler and court martial demanded to try him. President Grant has been invited by the new Hampshire legislature to suit Concord. Seven car loads of immigrants for halt Lake City passed through Columbus on saturday. The plurality for Brebard Republican candidate for Congress in the third Illinois District is 4,370. An expedition of 250 in busters sailed from new York for Cuba yesterday under the command of col. Phillips. A Bloomington editor has been presented with a dish of strawberries of which Twenty two weighed a Pound. The former in Southern Illinois have already commenced to Barteet the wheat drop. It la said to be an Exceen tone. J both houses of the Florida legislature have ratified the fifteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United judge Mcdonald of the u. S. District Cyk Istat Indianapolis avow him Elf a pm believer in the doctrines of spiritualism. Among the passengers a the Cambria Whir arrived at new York on monday night we general dts Lata u altar a tapas minister to Frens. Northern Ohio paper mention Hon. O. Folk Ete of Sandusky As a prominent candidate Forth Republican nomination for lieutenant governor. Miss Annie Surratt Slater of the famous John Surratt was married of thursday in Washington to my. Toney of the surgeon general Soklove. A it is Rati mated that to wheat crop of Mira this Nesson will amount to 15,000,000 Bushel. Being three times larger than the yield of any Prev out year. 1 / work the to be Somme used at race on the Bridge Over the a Moart rior at Leavenworth Kansas the Bondie Ned by the City having 11 been a Oid in new York. Joe w. Dwyer of Columbus o., a been appointed try it oms by loner it piano chief of tha division of Kup Ervion and detectives is the internal Revenue department. The wheat crop of Tennessee is now being harvested Sod As cutting and threshing pro Grasse the yield is found to be much greater in a posed a month is it the thought us state of Tennessee will be unable to meet the july interest raft Bonds. The amount of claims against the state on the fist of july jul be about films Gmo. V the remains of Junius Bratus Booth have been removed to Green mount cemetery Baltimore where those of his deed children including John Wilke Are to be Rutn tarred. On saturday night n freight train of eleven cars and locomotive was throws Lute the Passaic River by the Raglan Driver Omta Eton to notice that the draw was open. Those on tha train escaped. Mary Miller of Berea while confined to n jail at Oev Traad on account of insanity committed suicide on tuesday last by taking a strip from her Balna Otai skirt Aad suspend a herself from the top of to cell la the election of the swedenborgian executive committee a Bolt was made against Hershel v. Johnson of Georgia on the ground that be waa a rebel and Muleady Berks of new Uleano was substituted. A Richmond a dispatch states that a terrific rain Rorm visited Western North Carolina on Humway night which caused destructive try sets throughout Iredell and Davis counties. The damage is estimated at Bokou. General Henry Wager Hall Eek accompanied by colonel Scott and we tier of i state arrived in Louisville thursday morning from the Pacific coast. He at ones issued orders assuming command of this division. The trial of Charley Bailey for the murder of James t. Laird at Napter Volls 111., on the i8u1 of january Lari commenced at Wheaton the play Bailey found Laird in criminal Intercourse Wito i wife and kilted him of to spot. A to auction Sal a of the tracts of land known my the Seymour and Price estates situated in Dupage. Grundy and will counties Illinois took place last week the land was purchased Twenty years ago for 16,600, and r0ft acres sold for Over 9800,Oor # Harvey Wells and Frank Durk Emiller two Printer at Al Wayne quarrelled on saturday night and dark Smiller Drew a pistol and shot Wells the Ball entering the right shoulder Blade. The Hall was extracted and Weka la in a precarious Oon Tiffon. The Vermont Republican state convention met at Burlington on tuesday. Three Hundred and tour delegates were present. General Peter p. Washburn waa nominated for governor Yoorga wheedle for lieutenant governor Aud John a. Page for state treasurer. The Monument at the National cemetery at Gettysburg will be dedicated of to first of july. All soldiers who were in the Battle Are invited to participate in toe ceremonies. Senator Morton will deliver too Oraton Bayard Taylor the poem and Henry Ward Beecher Otter the player. Lewis h. Green of Duncan s Falte and an esteemed citizen of Muski Ngum county Ohio came to Zara Shiue tuesday morning As a Delegate 0 toe Republican county convention. And while writing for his dinner in too office of toe Kirk House dropped dead of heart Unity Church Chicago of which Rev. Robert Collyer is pastor was dedicated on sunday. The edifice oort Nigor h. W. Hellos d. Do a of new York preach of the dedicatory Sermon. At the does of the service 70, was subscribed toward paying the debt of in v�0, contracted in the Erce Loq of the building. The Board of Trade of Chicago saturday by a unanimous vote pmed a Resolution requesting the elevator managers to reduce the rates of storage to one event per Bushel for the first ten Days. Whether the elevator Mou will pay any attention to this Reeo edtion remains to be seen. In Columbus Iasi saturday a Street oar conductor while of i oar heard toe cries of a child. A search under toe car seat revealed a Banket and in the Basket a babe about two weeks o4d, magnificently drawer and on Hundred a Fol Lara pinned to his clothing. He will adopt the child. The wife of Rev. J. B. Smith was drowned wednesday morning in Poplar Creek near Turner Junction Illinois. She waa taken suddenly my we it a Esra Stag the Stream in a buggy with her husband Aad fell into the water. Her husband jumped to to save her but got entangled in the Unes and could not do it. The Secretary of War has approved the findings 0/ the Coort mar tall Cane of lieutenant Thiee known in history 4 the a drummer boy Mcgee killed us to tit Murgeon in Louisiana it fall Aud sentenced to he onto iced the service a us undergo five year lug Priou neut. Ill friends re Alic uly making Effort to obtain i Pardon. On monday last a Young Man named a. Mul fix White engaged in digging a will in the sixth Ward at Zanesville feeling a Sutton Altug Seu Salon notified those at the top to draw Hiliu up which was immediately done but As he cured the surface he was overcome by suffocation and fell Back to toe Bottom a distance of thirty bet. Ills recovery is considered doubtful. Three children 6f Frank Slinns coloured who a sides on Streeter a pout near Allagas Michigan Are found drowned on the 2d lust., in Only two and a half feet of water. The children were aged Reg it act Lovely 10, 8 and 3 years. Their step Mother a a arrested on suspicion and conf Tethi to having drowned the Little one herself. The had been married to minims but three Mouths. A Quot Marion Washington and Taylor counties Kentucky voted of a Timony of the proposition to tax them each respectively 33�u, pm and met tit for the purpose of building the Cumberland a Ohio Railroad. Marion voted the tax by about so a majority. Washington and Tay Dir it in understood were unanimous la favor of a tax of Ifoma. Or. Beck of Newport Kentucky to appeared a a witness for the defense fun the famous Craig he Skue breach of Promise Case j and hinted dark things against miss Craig nud refused to Tell what thing for which he was want tonsil for contempt still a a Maxim in Carcer i ated in Wheaton j All and will continue so in i til the close of the term of court. He gets Little or no a a path from any source. Two coloured men named. John Tabora Aud Richard Grevous of in beware Ohio got into a quarrel about Aje , about 5 o clock thursday afternoon. Taborn was knocked Down hut got up and West Home returning in about half a hour with a shot gun heavily loaded with Buckshot he discharged the Load in the Tore of Trevous killing him Tuat Nutly. Taborn was arrested. A a a contract haste a Oon eluded Between the Baltimore a Ohio and Indianapolis. Cincinnati a Lafayette Railroad companies Tor permanent business connections to and from the Weet via Cincinnati. This arrangement provides for through trains rates and property Otic Tiee for the development of the joint traffic the former 00mpany-becomes largely interested in the securities of the latter. Capt. John Bradford a noted Tenne Rara guerrilla was a few Days since taken from the sheriff of Henderson county by a party of armed men carried to the wools and shot. The sheriff was conveying him to jail on a charge of counterfeiting and murder and when within a Short distance of the jail a party rushed upon him and secured the prisoner who body waa found next morning riddled with ballets. The following Nate Ahev been presented to the Herre tary of the Interior by the society of Freud. For appointment a Indian agents for the Central he Erin tendency Cyrus Beetle of Oskaloosa Iowa Tor the Neosho Agency John d. Mile of Wabash Indiana for the Kutcka Poos Jonathan Richards of Philadelphia Tor the potawatomi be Thomas Miller of Spring Field Ohio for toe Ham and Foxe Nathan Stobbs of Kansas for the Kansas indians. At Jacksonville Illinois some time since three children of a or. Wahle died suddenly and at periods not for apart. Shortly after their death or. Wahle took a trip to Europe. Daring her absence suspicion was Arou of and the body of one of the children was exhumed the Content of its stomach Analysed and Poison found in the bodies. Mra. Wahle returned from Europe a Tew Days ago. She was arrested tuesday and will be held until the subject can be to veet gated. To Southern Illinois insane Asylum has been located of a tract of 260 areas at Anna Union county. Near where lira buildings will be erod is without doubt to Gaoat remarkable Spring in the wat. It is Sheet thirty feet in ctr a is Forense Bat to depth has Serar been Cor rectify ascertained although n weight attached to a line has been Sank to it to the depth of Over sixty feet. The whole year round it sends out a Large volume of water forming a Good sized Creek Clear As Crystal. Saturday in the court of appeals at Frankfort the judgment of a a circuit cd met of Jef Terao int mtg condemning we. Kriel to death for the murder of i wife to March Ihm was affirmed. Kriel was to hav been Hung on May a but his Case having been appealed the Day of execution was indefinitely postponed. The Doty of naming the Day for the execution Falls upon the governor the Oare having by Appeal gone out of the hand of the judge of the a Trout oort who had pronounced the sentence. The trial of Yerger for the murder of col. Crane at Jackson Tea. Is Sull in program. The evidence is very Job Dort a Start the r in it Utah deed. A report is that bands of moan Ted armed mra had Ossa Assn in the neighbourhood who a supposed object is the release of Yerger Aad Monte Kun flux who Are in confinement Here. The arrival of company a and of another company of the sixteenth infantry to strengthen the Garrison. Indicate Tost trouble is rat improbable. The Lea Ven Worth Kansas ii emd Conterra invt Obb area a dispatch from Ellsworth saying a government guide. Just arrived from Medicine Banff state that the Comanche and Klowas were coming slowly to their reservation at Camp hop ply near the Cheyenne and Arapaho reservation. Company k of the seventh cavalry major Hale arrived at fort Barker on tuesday from Camp Beecher and company a of the name regiment arrived on wednesday from fort Hays having made a circuit through to exposed settlement. Active preparations axe being mad by the ill i Nene of Louisville for to Ocle Braura of the Boone cent Rante and it will no Vooht prove e great Royeras. Archbishop a padding. Of Baltimore to to to chaplain. The Centennial oration will be deft Vered by chief Justice George Robertson of Lexington. General John c. Breckinridge la to deliver the Eulogy on the use of Georg Rogers Clarke end the oration on Daniel Boone will be spoken by w. H. Wade Worth of Mayalue Kentucky. A poem written for the Oce Safon by George d. Prentice will be read. R the n Picayune Ray a the ironclads Over the River Are rapidly rotting away Aud Are a constant and a Neles expense to toe government is they require great attention. If their batteries were removed and their officers sent on other duty the government would be the gainer by a Large amount. The is teas Hull might bring a Good Price at auction for toe old Iron Copper etc., about Toras the two beet of the lot were sold to toe peruvian government and we venture to assert those now a Croas toe River will be abandoned or sold before Many months. The officer now in charge will we believe sustain oar opinion of Toses the Secretary of state a Rraci Vad a letter from attorney general Weet on to subject of the marriage act 1 assert by the legislator last Winter in Whiteh or. West rays a the pro via requiring Tomate Persona Nader the age of Twenty one Yean to Firat obtain toe eone Saiof their father Reape cutely waa As i am informed a blonder of the enrolling clerk with Hows the Bill As it Paseal the two boosts Rand Quot females Andar Toa age of eighteen As the Tew now stands it the dearly inconsistent with other provisions and in some eases acts As a restraint upon marriage. It should be disregarded by the officer whose Doty it is to execute it and treated As if it read eighteen l nit sad of we Ute one the funeral of general Peter Dudley took pianos with imposing services at Frankfort on Friday. General Dudley participated with distinguished gallantry to the War of 1812, against toe indians a the Northern Frontier and to Many of the noted events of Kentucky history took an Active part. In to former he commanded a company of on Hundred and thirty men from toe Vicinity of Frank oct was subsequently made. Major was with Mcarthur in the expedition to Canada and the Battle of the Thame where he served As brigade major was president of the old Bank of Kentucky adjutant general of toe Bute and a member of toe military Board during Magoffin s admit Straton. R on saturday morning the United states school ship Baraz Oga from Havana the the via key West the 11th, arrived in new York Bay. Having inboard a number of oases of yellow fever. In addition to two death which occurred St Havana one officer and two mra died during the Pisa Gefrom key West. The had on la Oard Ait eau patients. Indifferent stage of the disease who have been removed to the Hospital ship 1 i note. The Saratoga received Orden at key West to proceed to Portsmouth new Hampshire but in 00resequence of the alarming spread of yellow fever among the Crew Dora Tuu uder Whiting deemed it and visa the to put into toe nearest port. The Saratoga the a sailing 9�?1. And has a Crew of 94 men. At Stockton California on the 3d invt., judge George Belt an old citizen of Merced county was shot dead by William Dunhan ext Nav property Holder. For a number of Yean in Par tire to the tragedy have Beau engaged in a Legal feud involving the right of certain property and a bitter enmity had consequently sprung up Between them. The murder was a cowardly one. Dennis approached beit from behind Drew a revolver and deliberately shot him. The in fortunate Man did not know that the Estrada was near him and had no Opportunity to defend himself. The Ball ent Esad about an Lech below the left ear pawed through the to to a column and cams oat of toe other Eule. The Coroner to Rwy Oving the hand of the Doe de from i coat pocket found firmly Beld in sip m let Rod Derringer pistol. On the body was a Bowie knife new Aud a new scabbard. The spiritualist convention at Indianapolis of Friday elected the following office for thee Sunug year a Row id it Haiku Al Mit Weil of Richmond vice presidents or. Agnos bolts of Richmond and a. C. Hall Eek of Evansville Secretary l. D. Uaen of India polls treasurer or. J. N. Wert Erfeld of Anderson. Trustee a Janie Hook Terre haute mra. D. Lurl Burt muscle mra. M. Thomas Clarke Attica Jacob Al Drudge Indianapolis Henry Butts Tkv ans Tlle. A committee was appointed consist lug of George Davis John d. Campbell judge Mcl Fonald Hon. Thou. A. Hendrick and Ham Uel m. Douglasa to investigate the performance of a medium whose friends announced Thau in her presence the spirits would cover with writing a slate enclosed in a stand drawer. Four reporters for the daily press were added to the committee in order to insure against impostors. On the Experiment being tried the spirits rebelled and would out write on the slate As pee Panal but did write Nader a table. The following is the latest gossip about the recent prize fight or so 1-Oul. Between Allen and Mccoole in which All report agree the latter was badly whipped a Tom Allen says he shall take no notice of Mccoole a Challenge to fight again near it. Lonu but will go three inn dred Miles get by somewhere in Keuten by or be would prefer to go to Canada and match him for �8.000, or any other sum he Delrea. Mec de la held to be witling to fight him away from St. Louts or better still la a room with Only a few friends of each party As Altu Esica. Mccoole Tiu believe that he can whip Allen. Mckinney the re Eree publishes another statement to which he repeats his decision Ami say that while coming Home out boat a hernia Thurston and Carroll friends of Allen uttered him Money to decide in Allen s favor. The stake Money has not yet been Given up. And it is alleged that it will not be until Latiera Are arranged to the Satt Sfa Jetton of All parties. Quite a number of outsiders who bet on Mccoole decline to receive the stakes put up believing that the referees decision w As uni air. And that Allen waa the Victor Aljen says he will fight Gallagher any place away torn St. Loud of a Wager of 81,500 to a . Frightful Accident. On Han instantly killed and another fatally injured. In All Otto newspaper experience a hav never known a year in which toe fatality among House painters Haa been to great As it Haa been the year. Hrece the Baadte opera to spurt the Temmy or death of a Boas Painter caused by the falling of toe pcs and. Has Bera almost Dolly occurrence. The latest Accident of the kind occurred late saturday about ten o clock at the grate Aad Mantle establishment of Ionest a Magul a the Corner of front and Barrite a grate the Partie named respectively Willie h. Clark an Clyde were engaged la painting tha front Street aide of toe building and had reached toe windows of the fourth Story when the scaffolding on which they were standing gave Way and both were precipitated to the pavement below a distance of Over forty feet. The too drat from w Bat we would learn seems to have Bera to result of the or Orient car Jea aaes a. The soap for was sustained by rope and pulleys. The sad of toe rope Ohleh passes Over the wheel was secured by wrapping it around the Plank on which the men stood. The it appears had been so carelessly done by the men that it slipped off the Plank shot from tinder them and in an instant they were hurled to the pavement killing one or. We. A Narke instantly and injuring the other Clyde so that a bait since died. Or. Clarke s neck was broken and he was impaled of a Section of Iron Fence standing on toe pavement one of the spikes of Whiteh was drives into the flesh of the thigh some three or four inches. The body of or. Chrim was woe s son in Law of Hei Lemaa a Tooher cd s brother in Law term. Lewis Witeby the toe fire department was taken to Bis Home no. 464 front Street a few doors below Hooe and the Coroner at once sent for. As Oral Tost official was very deliberate in the movements Ami no to 2 of clock had not made his appearance on the ground. Or. Clarke leaves a wife and four children. Strang to any the the the second time that mra Curke toe agony of having the body Tea Huband. Killed by Accident brought Home to her. Her first husband or. Oaten waa killed by being ran Over by n Dray about twelve Yean one Here unfortunate. The Case of a your germs girl was until recently pursued i seamstress la the of fit from to path the rectitude sad found her Way in to one of Tara Deas the Arica to you urn la our to ear steles. The age by s German jew �?�0 Gife Aad lost to All of shame and Fri sanded by her frigate. She entered Epen a abandoned Ufa. Aste usually the Cam she has Pamard from sue Baguio to another until at tart becoming jealous the her Taree Toteh Lover who threw the flow a which he had gathered too aide after it had answered his purposes she Raat eved to destroy a use Ohleh we now Only a Burden to her. She accordingly throw toe reel into the River the Tho Western part of the div sometime ago but do not succeed to her design seme one coming too a Ora to the Rosera. Not satisfied with the Elbrt tart saturday night about 16 o clock toe made another attempt by throwing herself to to Uta Ranal but succeeded no better a policeman Emte fed ter some citizens taking her much from the Wintar. She has since disappeared and no Trae of her Ean be discovered Abela hot seven teen still Young pretty and interesting. To Tell the tale a was it was Laid a Quot although it Tes Oam Moo too Sod Wilt j attract Litho attention. Graduation of s is maj Nekeel Normal Claes. In Bep Trajbar Leal. Rev. Or. Bugbee president the the Wesleyan female Counge organised the the sunday school Cooke cited with the institution a Normal teachers Rome it Lor Tho Pur Poao of preparing them for quaday school Tea Ebere. Or. Burhoe himself took Ebbage the the dam and has conducted it with town Mekahi interest and Euc eem throughout the year. The books need were hour a e sunday school manual Pierce s Bible manual and the word of god opened. During the soars the pupils have each written Tarays on four different subjects there have been twelve Leot urm delivered on do Florent topic before toe dam and the pupils hav been required to Oon act specimen Bible the axons. Last evening in the Chapel of the Hueg too novel excretes of pm noting a portion of Tho dam took piece is toe a mine the an interested an address approx Pilate to toe one Zion was delivered by Rev. G h. Vincent corresponding Secretary the the sunday reboot Union the too methodist Church after which the following named pupils War or Manta with certificates of graduation him a h. Martin mlee a a bolster Tea Kim Tang my k. J. Alten a Tel j. A Pingree mho k. K. Crummey mates a a a Mecys tees. C. Stevens Tea p. E Leonard Mim Ann Bess. Miza h. Rowland mates Corno Ita Mcghee. Mim m. A a mates a m. The rkgi/jlatoe8. Attempt Tafara a Mae la i Stanford Kyj Depatra last saturday night a party of arts Prtrt to the boons of William Tufeg who Liucc coot of Dix River Noar preacher vol is. And demanded that he should give himself up. This he refused to do when they informed him that they would have to Horn him out. He still refused to surrender when they ate fire to Hla House and Burnt it to Tho and. Before the House had burned Salat y to Pompei King to leave it to save himself the or approach of Daylight caused the party to dip Era and a aids not foil into their Hasa. What wee the purpose of the men in taking King it la not known. Bat evidently croat ilk manner in which they proceeded. It Psi to administer Homo be Telly presort bed by the ordinances of judge Lynch. King has been guilty of Jonas sets Ohleh Aro horrifying to the feelings of honest upright and humans Cusen and Haa thereby justly incurred not Only the Elsp Laeura but the violent end undisguised hot Rod of a Largo number of the neighbors and probably merits punishment Ohleh a will never to of five at the hand of legally constituted tribunal of Tutelo. A till it fee unfortunate for the reputation sad fear fee of our county abroad that this doll boots burning of his House should have taken pianos sad a hops to publish no mors such occurrences m future a a woman coat used to hex bed for thirty six l ears. From the Bangor is whig june it. Our obituary ool Amno yesterday contained a notice of the death of Mim Sarah t. Lovell St the age of sixty seven years. Her oct is on for which s parallel Osa hardly a found in the whole country for Long and lingering sink usaa. For forty Yean a has been oat of health sad for thirty six bed Ridden. A Friend informs a that thirty six yearn ago a called to see her and a was Soufl Ned to her bed. To All appears Ocas la the late stages of it Rith Dut a sumption and apparently wit i week St Mote to live. Yet she Haa been Louif Ping on and what is most remarkable. Has been afflicted with almost every Dine be contagious or epidemic with which our City a been afflicted. During Tho prevalence of the cholera she was on of Ita subject but while others Hearty Aad robust were Cut Down a upon As it wars the vary Brink of the grave lived. Ska has been the so Yset of the watchful cars and unremitting attention of her two sister and her brother the Lata John w. Lovell All of whom have died before her and Ancs their death the widow of lir. Lovell has with True sisterly kindness filled the piece made vacant by the deaths of those or nearer Kin. The what crop la Virgin a from the Petersburg Index june 17. All the reports that have reached us represent the crop of wheat now harvesting a the finest that has been reaped for a number of years the ears Are Well filled and the Grain not affected by rat. At length after a series of untoward masons we feel justified in hailing the present As the Harbinger of an suspicion change for it has been noticed by careful observer of the weather that this of the Acter have s tendency to oust or together unfortunately the sees of land messed to wheat last foil was narrow. Farmers had become disco urged by repeated Fallaro moreover seed was High and so were fertilizers. But now we Truat that on agriculture friends will take better heart Aad make preparation for sowing largely Tho coining r locomotive exp Losiya. Mahony Plana pm june 19. A terrible explosion occurred hers about half past 7 of clock Thia evening. The boiler of a locomotive engine beam no to the heading Railroad exploded killing Geo. Wilson Engineer instantly. The fireman is badly Burt but there 1a a Prospect of his recovery. R nominated for Congress. Montuo Kymy ala., Jun 1�. A democratic convention at a Devivo for the third District nominated pc Perkison for Congress. He a a Northern Man by birth who settled in Alabama in Lix and the pot known a a politician

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