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Cincinnati Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 17, 1869, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati weekly chronicle wednesday. November 17. 1869. Weekly chronicle. Published of a in were Eliw if a a a Cincinnati Fly Monigl Job part. Mock in Staci a it fourth and fifth daily. Tuuu-w1ul y abet Tajti u a club Tor a wkly .13 00 in. S 71 �?�a�?2 to i ctofalkamim��stealkottcs.pmnm�,�1 is a Estop Houma. Part a. Los Wmk Dor a Ato Dot Toad Tor. Por Lia. Oto Ftp is ssh 1b to inc stare of Pennal Unla the Republican hav a majority of t wont fir Oto Joist ballot. Sinoy the retirement of the estimable sex be dietary Boris the to representative in the Cabi Otto fade of thetty of new York Hoback go Muky generally runs considerably behind Geo. 8i�tol and the net of the re ticket. The Dlf Brence will the to Hoelands in the whole state. Re in evidently not e favorite in the Rural Yorr Frh thinks a there in no Man who would not rather be shaved by a undoubtedly Bat the female Barber would be no new feature Tor. If we Ere of Nootio informed ladies have King excelled in the Art of dry lug the hair of she Hisato of Roo Hudok a to the i legit Traecy a the Prince Imperial if not gaining crude Noeun Parto Are Berta Only More openly repeated and a re widely circa it Tod. She is dwt thrust yet to that of a writer to the Gmaz Etc who Oom Mente upon a the truly surprising a hit not of 4he we Hope sex Secretary Seward is not becoming in Only Gay and festive. At of Lima in Mexico a country whole Toto nations still detain him he witnessed a magnificent Ball scene gotten up especially to do him Honor which to pronounced a a tropical Forest with an Oriental the correspondent who eco Ompa Nice him after a description reminding one of the arabian nights and a report of the speeches interchanged on the occasion adds a the germen merchants of Colima mingled with the dark eyed beauties of the country Side by aide with the american Gneeta and an Era of Good feeling and brotherly regard seemed to Heve been inaugurated. At 4 a. M., a grand Fandango a by Dan Cere and musicians specially event for was Given and at Daybreak the first grand party Given in Mexico in Honor of the distinguished american visitor broke no. It was a magnificent from mints a Kepi which leads it to infer that deut will a bad if need nary in fight or leave the a Dorr gave up the resumed to Washington several Days ego this to not a remarkably timely Predi Totea. It to a Little nearer the truth however than its representations of a la its a nobler a a Pestesi a than jobs a. Ravinna or. T. Sun. The premature publication of general Raume will by some of the Eastern papa May have had an unfavourable effect a the Tor to widow a it revealed Tom straitened than had been ase Omed. Diseased and dying Royalty abounds in simple 1ut now. Not to mention the a sick Man of Turkey the russian emperor to an invalid Loots Nai Nelbon to Well along in i late a unix months a and arc rom Hka Totel has received extreme action. The Stock of Meu Rohs to getting Short end Topeka May yet have to take Beck its Queen i she to or a e Republic. Club of new York urged by the open Contra Votion of the game Laws of the state having set said a Fri toe the purpose will assume the labor and exposes of prosecuting All Thorn who to Iuka Gams or of to it it Tor Sale la violation of the Auto Law. That this a lab to thoroughly in Sraeel in lha matter to Mahtowa to Tom tool that to off to give All in torn without re guiding of him further responsibility than the proof of themes. Of Tho City. Without die a with the a no in sex Artta Toor of Fatnar be View announced e Trade Amo Tatton. The Caox ecu Tovy a Revio Ioto of the Tariff but does not favor yme Trade. It to Mia to advocate the Imp est ble. Fio Tor a to have yet Obj Rod. Prof. Perky deals bail Only la Gamma Lilly which have very Little relotto i a prot goal Revta Ioa of the when it woe Eupo unread seme time ago that attorney general Hob was Arr aug ing terms with the counsel of Yan Osain regard to the Mottoa Tor a writ of As runs in Hie Case we ventured to the time that Tom Skaee stepped justifies this Aua Teton and we Hove reason to believe that action to to to Post Patoso a tall Laal Rippl to re Malar id whoa Yanowa will to handed to the civil Zouria comment eau we mad in in Exchange mens Quantity of Pine Timber tolled a amp Miane oem had that the work still Nad Atlon to checked while in Taitan no a Maying the ravaged of oho Lere to Beteg earnestly urged upon the Attea Moto of the people we Are ruthlessly tolling them. The desolation of Numidia of the be by ionian Plain and of portions of Tui Are dearly traced to the Wanton destruction of their Trees and the preach now attribute the Lucre ate no sterility of their to to the same Caiman. N to believed that much of the Cheep Tea a old la this country to nothing More then the my leery California Chaparral the i of which Are gathered in great Quant hipped to China where by unknown to us they Are being then returned Quot it to mid Over the any suggestion to Coattea oar readers in purchasing this refreshing beverage a a to thought ill timed. To believe that the Toad Eon Only be de fatted after the Boa. Reamer j. Wauri died of lost in Washington City it he was a native of Paramito Tosta Typpi in Iff. Of ppr from the latter state Ftp ims to Imi whoa he became Secretary of the Treasury under president Polk. Bema appointed governor of iting in 1887, and met Good because to was not Eoa tolled by Pratt Dent Buca to awl resisting the frauds and iniquities there practice la the interests of slavery lie had bedded la my District of Columbia for several Yam poet and was a Sterling Union Man the War. He wee one of the this country has Ever pro of Uncle of free thinkers is Tobe soap Snow at Naples on the 8th of deep her As o Tor the Pope s great Council which meets in Rome on the a Ano Day. has been up Tail a Delegate by the German a a anti of fit. Louis. We have no of any like appointment for possibly the reverend or. If duly delegated for that Pur Eunises Fol in harmonising bodies on Suberan by a majority of the school Board. The of to of which he lathe custodian would Servo to defray Tooa Yeneza should or. Jots of s part no gloriously a a donate their a to him toward Tor to important services. This City. Amos kid tall died in Washington on Many. He wee one of the celebrities of Jack sop a time and like the elder Blair had outlived to Era Eam lag to exert any political Lufi Zenoe or even to appreciate the spirit of the present generation. After retiring Frem the of Floe of poet master general Oad from Active participation a politics at the end of Yah Bubon s adm nto Tratta he became interested with prof. Monea la perfecting end testing the Riso Trie Telegraph from which he subsequently realised a Large Fortune. In to old age he United with the Baptist Church and almost alone built the Fine edifice culled Calvary Baptist Church in Washington. He was born in my none tits in 178ft sad Early removed to Kentucky where to was a journalist Tor Severa i years and did much toward establishing the free school system u that stole. Father hyacinth the a roman Catholic a a he still insists upon being called boat Sauee to be ionised by Protee tante. It to of course impossible to anticipate the results of to visit among us but it is now evident that the Mantle of Luther has not Folie opon his shoulders. The enchantment borrowed by distance to fading away and those interested in prot local religion reforms almost despair of any immediate change As the result of Fere hyacinth a defection. A new York Exchange Sake a a can it be that father hyacinths to after All an emissary of the Pope spamming a quarrel with him in order the More deftly to coquette with the evangelicals in America to the ultimate be Hoof of papacy a we know not whet impulse or a cotard an spirit May have dictated the inquiry but we do know that shrewder things than that have been done by room. Superior be Are the hotels of new York her tit to a my to Foel that they do not Tower suffix amp Luuy High or sufficiently astound the provincial by their hogs proportions and grandeur of architecture. Much has been done in this particular but More remains which wealth and Enterprise May do. New York pee these of cume in an eminent degree and with an abiding Faith to her ability to deplete the travelling Puree to about to erect upon the site of the old a late re a a hotel of each Sise and magnify Leoce As to completely overshadow the Dingy grandeur of european Hostel Rise. In relying upon Plethoria purses she dose not pin her Foith upon in empty sleeve but to it within the Range of possibilities for her to procure e a polite and gentlemanly of Erk whole solitaire and expansive shirt front shall be commensurate to the magnificence of the mighty caravan aary the recent introduction of White labor to certain portions of the South and the proposed employment of too Lea has caused so uneasiness among the Blacks of Baton Rouge and Vicinity. A printed Droulard. Calls a convention of Blacks to take motion in regard to coolie labor and a other dangers which threaten the coloured Labouring if the a a coloured population did not leave its work at the imminent risk of 1�? or damage to the a gathered crops to order to attend political meetings and barbecues it to highly probable that the impending dangers would not Tore me to me at least have threatened them. The Porter of of the Southern planter Haa during tax putt a on been sorely tried by the freed who take unto them Selvana a Holmay upon the Eligh Teet pretext. Any fort on Thor port to bolter their Gondi ton to of Lourae com Mandible but it will not to Dono through it to tall to me they had Learned that the Planten interests end their own Are identical and we do not Core How soon the China Man teaches them the Lee on. H Ntxo banking Law. Oat of the discontents with the National basks and the Demande Tor in expansion of the currency there to Likely to Oom an organised movement for a free banking Lew at the approach Long session of Congress. The West and South fall for an increase of circulation while the East a asking Tor contraction. This difference is attributed in part at least to the unequal distribution of banking capital and it was t8 this popular feeling in the Weet that or. Sky move really in sympathy with the Eastern Bankers end bondholders appealed during his electioneering tour last Foll but Tor the effect it would have in expanding the currency Eastern Bankers would probably be willing that the present limitations of the amount of Bank issues should be removed Lea tag the West and South to be supplied with the circulating medium too Ordung to to be a own notions. The Prospect of in indefinite expansion however they cannot abide. With this sectional antagonism and with a division of opinion even in the West As to the expediency of further expansion a free banking Bill will hardly make much headway to Congress unless by some sort of Compromise. The latest suggestion we have seen to that there he added to the More legitimate features of such a measure the provision that All new Banks organised under the general shall redeem their circulation in spool or be prepared to do so within a Short specified time after organising. With such a provision we Ere told the Eastern Bankers might con sent to a general banking Law. That such a project chimerical As it will seem to Many to really talked of to undeniable. To on mind however the proposed condition looks More like an amendment ten tended As an extinguisher than a one that can facilitate the Pearge of the Bill. That to not a free banking Law however named which dose not leave All the Hanks on an equal tooting. To subject now ones to any other conditions than the old in regard to redemption would be net Only an injustice to the nature of a monopoly but would destroy the uniformity which to one of the chief merits of Fth National Bank circulation. Instead of being e healthy step toward Tho resumption of specie Menta it would have e tendency to retard the restoration of a sound currency. We do not suppose there Ere people eager enough for expansion to accept the Concession at such a Price Torf talk it is that the. Passage of s Bill of this sort would not compel anybody to invest in Bank Stock and the number of new Banks organised under such s provision would neither alarm the contraction Tota nor make Money perceptibly Tentler. A very interesting paper wee Reed before the Rhode Island historical society at its Lent meeting by or. Elton. To subject was a surnames a and to explaining their etymology and philosophy advanced some Eurias foots connected with to subject. Personal names he consider the result of a by. All scripture names Tor instants Are significant denoting either the circumstances of birth or position or commemorative of some important event. Our Anglo Saxon ancestry were until distinction Broeme necessary known by but simple names. The names of orientals were drawn from Olio instances of time piece or Pond Luton while those of Western people american indians for instants denoted Trees a Hyttel objects or objects of vol glom Veas Retzow. Conquests have always been followed by names composed of two languages. There to frequently a change of orthography rendering it difficult to Xiaoe Tho name to its original signification. Tho influence of dialects idioms and provincialism he found to to very great written language tending to Goa lock with Tho spoken. Death of orb bal Wool. On dispatches inform us of the death of general John e. Wool which of buried on wednesday the Totth last., at to residence to Troy now York in the 80th year of to age. He entered the army As Captain of Tho 13th infantry in 1812, and was promoted to full major general May left 188ft at the end of a to rebellion he was retired from youve Servos and has Renoe real dad to the City whore he olo Eod to useful Lito this morning. He Lea Veo no children. Uts Stock. The Philadelphia North America has comp Luedthe following statistics from the official reports just published at Washington to regard to live Stock to the three we of it Milch other Milch other eat thu. 7�mw 4w.mb ,4,947,25��?8,915,087 . End 721jw ,0t��sfr-4i�m�7l7.ri0749.600710,000 .8, w,ouo�?-#,406,750 beep. \ v Omo. Milch other Cattie. A from the above it will be seen that Ohio to considerably ahead in three of the leading items end to largely in exsom in the aggregate and a to the first item to in Advance of Pennsylvania. As a Wool growing state Ohio to decidedly in the Van. Surgery extraordinary. A remarkable Case of brazilian surgery be reported in a French surgical journal is going the rounds of the Prem. We gave it in our Oulu thus some Days ago As one of Thooe curiosities of literature oot to say science or arts which Are calculated to please the inquiring mind and to discipline the Organ of wonder. The Story was to the Efferi that a Learned surgeon having permission to Experiment on the bodies of two beheaded Crimins is with e View to ascertain How Long appearances of vitality could be maintained in them by the Aid of Eleo Trinity succeeded in causing head and shoulders to grow together and renewing tall muscular action and ufos. It Hap Ned atom a and Tho to not the least interest a part of the narrative that a change of heeds was made by mistake in the hurry of the moment so that Richard Ron s upper Structure to now living in Oor Junction with the body of John Don. Whet became of the remaining eat of Corporal Parte we Are Only left the infer. Probably it wee thought enough Tor the first Experiment to get one live Man out of two dead ones. Tho to an age of program. In Eplite of conservatives tories and the papa syllabus. Darwin and hit any have almost solved the mystery of physical life both in its origin and development. The Little difficulties remaining will perhaps disappear in the lest results of the protoplasmic analysis. Who knows nor Are philosophers wanting who sunup the other Una of to Tovery and initiate their disciples into the mysteries of spirit ufos. So much has been accomplished already indeed in so Many directions taken by the free spirit of inquiry that we need not be too incredulous about anything we hear. Besides does not Tho brazilian narrative gain a duplicated respectability not to say credibility by coming to of at first through the elegant and expressive language of France and to a periodical too devoted to positive science and to practical Art Tho wonderful earn very naturally Pete one thinking it to suggestive in Many Way. It Mast moreover be to mounted for. We will venture Only a suggestion it May be wide of the Mark but it seems to us rational. Is not ibis All an allegory a Fentry running into Foble As Danti s Divina Commedia was first Oono lived in e sleeping vision so might not Tho brazilian tale have been based on the Nightmare dream of some Defeated end dismal democrats key the Learned Asa Packer Joat after the 12th of october we can fancy him personifying the two poll Loal factions of the democracy the bourbons and the progressives As two criminals brought together to the Block. The chief magicians and Patron a frito of democracy stand around the Basket prepared a the Heads drop to galvanise life into the artificially reunited trunk and top piece testing How Long the def not can be made to seem to live. Clutching at the remains in Dpi Perdue haste the big brain of pro Gram gets stuck upon the Broad shoulders of retrogression but the mistake to not discovered until too late. The prolongation of vitality begin to grow marvelous. Than the Healing Proem commences. The a deed past rises on lie foot and the a new departure mutters Yorito of Wisdom. It to a go. A the Foith Tal Bow Down and worship and the vision ends with a grand display of firework prominent among which in living Light Are the figures �?o1872.�?� the surgical narrative notes one defect in the resuscitated human coalition. It was a a Little stiff in the that is so Trilling a matter though As hardly to he Worth mentioning. Provided the head does not unexpectedly Lowe off at seme time when the Patron spirits aforesaid Are not within fall All will be Well. Trust Tor saying that these propositions Are Mere platitudes. They do. Not help us in the least. We hold and it to held by protectionists of every name Shade and degree so far a we Are aware that the pro maty and chief object of the Tariff is to raise Revenue. This to the great purpose of any and All Tariff. When or. Perrt tells us a a a Revenue Tariff is s Tariff the duties of which Are Laid for the Sake of Revenue a he does not define it at All. He does not afford a test which excludes protective Tariff. Our professor makes Folse Start which vitiate to whole theory and keeps him always on false Chase if this to the Best to court he Osa give of a Revenue Tariff. A Tariff for Revenue is the generic things protective Tariff merely one of its species. To that or. Parr yes opposed but he fails in defining any other species. He to fighting the Sheeree pm Stem when he opposes such s a protective Tariff As he describes. There neither a nor Ever was any Tariff which had not for its primary object to raise Revenue. No such Tariff was Ever proposed. No pro Section Tot will accept any such definition As or. Perrt give to argue from such an assumed basis flatly denied by his opponent to not enly unjust in attributing to him what he disc Atma but to a Mere begging of the question. situation to Preot oely Tho a certain amount of Revenue to wanted by the government which it proposes to raise by customs on imports. That to the atari leg Point of the whole matter. Every Tariff to a Revenue Tariff. Rut How shall the duties be distributed in detail among imported Ert Iolas the protectionist says the government should be partly guided to making this distribution by the effect which the duties will have upon the industries of eur own country Otter to traps being equal the Proietti Satot says the Cost me should be a levied that american production should be Lnore esed and american labor better rewarded. That to what to meant by Protection. Discrimination in levying duties to made under any Tariff system. All Art Loles Are not taxed alike. Many articles Ere admit Ted free. There should be some controlling Pri Nopple in making these Dis criminal Tlona. The tendency of Ell free Trade efforts has unfortunately been in our opinion to favor foreign production to in Rense the heavy balance of Trade against it and to depreciate american labor. It to Protection on the one hand and free Trade on the other a controlling ideas in adjusting the Tariff that Are really at Issue. As much Revenue according to prof. A Kurt a argument often More is raised when discrimination Are made for Protection As otherwise. In fact according to free Trad principles Revenue should not be raised by duties at All. Woman a suffrage. The National woman suffrage convention that to to meet in Cleveland on the 24th and 25th tost., to designed to organise the movement for systematic work. The National woman suffrage association of new York that has been holding weekly meetings for some months in the Sanctum of my. Stanton and miss Anthont and which have been attended by a Small coterie of their faithful admirers has Given to All new Eggland and Western friends of the cause. Besides the Absurdity of calling Tufuoh meetings the assemblage of a National Aseo elation said coterie Are bitterly opposed to the a a Fly Teeth amendment of the United states Constitution because it proposes to enfranchise Black men before White women Are enfranchised. The old Antl slavery spirit of the new englander who now As heretofore eee in the negro a a Man and brother a and the Liberal Western people can not Brook the a dog in the Manger spirit of the Goth mites end this circumstance contributes to the partial split in the ranks of the sisterhood. At the Cleveland convention the follow ing named distinguished speakers six promised t. W. I Roinson Jas. Fork Man Clarks Lucy Stork Blackwell Julia Ward How Rev. Roar. Roll tar a Lloyd Garrison Rev. A knit Blanchard Celia Bur woh Hon. No. F. Hoar and f. H. Sanborn of the Springfield Mam . Prof. Perry on the Tariff. Ask did not happen to be one of the a Small number of -.persons, probably twelve or fifteen a according to one of our free Trade contemporaries who assembled to Bear prof. Via last Friday. We regret to say that owing to the depressing circumstances under which he was speaking or some other cause or. Prrry did not Home up to the High expectations a had formed of him. We have been longing for s Strong Manly thorough going presentation of the Best that could be said on the free Trade Side. We fondly trusted that the chosen Champion of the free Trade association would meet this want. While to have Wiir own opinions on this subject and do not expect to change them a still like always to hear the Best that can be said in a fair and honest spirit against them. We have not Given up All Hope of prof. A Kerry a the coming Mau for this work. Meanwhile we gladly acknowledge the lecturer began at the right Point too Ordung to our suggestion by endeavouring to restore the underpinning knocked from under to theme by senator Sherman and to enlighten a some gentlemen in Cincinnati who do not know what the difference is Between s Revenue and a protective we quote Tbs difference is Thust a Revenue Tariff it a Tariff the duties of which Are Laid for the sate of Revenue and a protective Tariff is a Tariff whole duties Are Laid not Forth Esakof Revenue. Instead of Beins indistinguishable these two kinds of Tariff Are Antazo Nasuo. They Are directly opposed to each other. We desire to treat the professor with entire respect acid he will Perdu a us we professor Perrt again. We regret to say that prof. Okery s discourse on the Tariff wee still a not very largely attended a on saturday evening. He has such a pleasant and Inspirit is Vray of speaking and withal so Well understands to subject that those who hear him have Only themselves to blame if they Ere not beef lated. It is so Long since the Tariff question has been among the topics regularly die used before the people Tutt we May say a generation of voters a grown no to whom the Subj not to. I not new at least not worn threadbare. Those who advocate of in for roof our own instead of foreign Industry to levying customs on imports far the Sake of Revenue do not shrink from the tallest discussion. They Hail it rather a tending to keep the Public mind alive to thee Bejot. Having Possession of the Field it to Tor their opponents to begin the attack and the situation to not so exposed or the defense to weak that an assault need be dreaded. Prof. Pert to mistaken in supposing that protectionists Are indissolubly wedded to the Morrill Tariff As modified during the War. Everybody to for a revision of its details a experience and the changed condition of affaire plainly require. We think 1ft also a mistake to idea tiny High duties with an exclusively protective purpose. On the contrary the High rates of the present Tariff were chiefly if. Not altogether due to the National necessity of raising the largest practicable Rev Enos from Tho source the present Tariff we insist should be treated by or. Perrt a a Revenue Tariff according to to own definition. Not Only was its primary purpose to raise Revenue but the High Ratee complained of were actually levied Tor the Sake of obtaining a greater amount of Revenue. The details May have been wisely or unwisely adapted but the controlling alms can not he doubled. At the same time we Oono Ede that As experience shows Tho Tariff Haa not always its purpose end Henox the general demand fore revision. In so for a Alt tends to Yovor one Industrial interest at the expense of another or otherwise unequally distribute the Public burdens it should be modified As we have Long maintained. Alluding to some remarks we made on Tho subject in our last Issue or. Perry said let us lock into our present Tariff and sea whether it was s Revenue Tariff or not. We Are told by an even lug paper the chm Oniola with the tone of whose articles 1 have no fault to find that every Tariff that wee Ever Laid Wae Laid for purposes of Revenue. The writer was careful not to any that All the duties in these unfit were Laid for the Sake of Revenue a Tariff on the whole May be Laid ostensibly and really for the Sake of Rev Enos but there May be Dalles wet bin it whose very purpose is to exclude and such a Tariff is our owe. That the High duties on certain Woolen manufactures which he goes on to speak of have had the effect to Stop their importation Altage Tofft we do rot fall in Unea Uon. Bat to any one justified in assuming that in levying those duties under the pressure of War when oar congressional Financil is were straining a very nerve to raise Money to sustain on armies the rates were purposely placed to High a to yield no Revenue at All merely for the Petty purpose of protecting the manufacture of Fine woolens to Massachusetts ? we de not a a believe nor do we think Protection Wae the controlling idea at All in adjust ing the present Tariff. Again professor Perrt assures us that the Tariff of 1842was a protective one end that of 1848 a Revenue Tariff. Here he strikes the old dividing line in Politico Between whig and Democrat but Atwil Falls to make a scientific distinction. Bath were Revenue Tariff and Bath afforded Protection though in different degrees. There to no difference in them in principle except one was so adjusted that while raising a Given amount of Revenue it was More favourable to Domestic than foreign Ludu siry. J. We bad no right to expect that prof. Perrt would grapple with the great problem of taxation and Tell As How the Revenue burdens ought to be distributed. A a free trader however it is hardly legitimate for him to count Enante duties on imports at All. That is compromising his principles. Without this Concession it is True he May treat the Tariff Asen evil to be mitigated end advocate an approach to free Trade by enlarging the free list. This he did but without confining himself to that Issue. When he goes further and assumes that Protection and free Trade Are at Treue As Between High duties and Low duties we can not agree with him. Free Trade demands no duties at All. So Long As duties Are levied is it patriotic 1s it expedient so to distribute them As to protect for sofa interests instead of Pur own this is the real Issue. It will remain a vital Issue so Long a we have indirect taxation through custom on imports. It seems to us a somewhat singular spec Tacle when an orator . Ing state of Massachusetts holds up before his Audlene samples of Fine Broadcloth and Cassimeris made abroad and complains that our High Tariff excludes them Jiromi the markets of this country. Is it because he feels such an interest in the welfare of the foreign manufacturer or is it because he can Home made cloth of suitable Quality for his Wear let the people ask themselves whose interests such orators Are earring. Let them j Edge whether if to right or wrong Wise or unwise so to Levy the customs on Imperia As other things being equal to Benefit our own people end raise the Price of our own or a a a a to Fitwi. Aeon has been born to the grown Prince of . Or. Temple Haa been elected Bishop of Exeter. A Cassius m. Clay late u. 8. Minister to Russia Baa arrived in new York. Allen and Mccoole announce their intention to retire from the prise ring. The new minister to Ecuador i a brother in Law of senator Fowler of Tennessee. Senator Morton is rapidly recovering from the effects of his fall at Pittsburg. V or. Lloyd go whaler a coloured Man has been admitted to the bar in Chicago. Father hyacinth will soon Issue a pastoral letter to the catholics of America. It Sig a a the oldest Corn Mission in the army is that of uen. Sylvanus Thayer who entered the service in 1808. It a a a Man died in or. Johns new Brunswick the other Day whose life was insured for the sum of amp do ooh. It of rear Admiral William b. Shu Brick is now theol deat officer in slither the army or Navy having entered in Pok. The vacancy in the supreme court of the United state it is said Haa been tendered to attorney general Hoar. Senators and representatives Are rapidly gathering in Washington preparatory to the meeting of Congress on the first monday in december v a Rev. Isaac b. Smith who Haa been on trial at Geneva ill Nole charged with drowning tots wits. Umm we a Iehl during the past week one thousand one Hundred and t Wen to two Emigrant passed Columbes Ohio bound West. The differences existing Between the line end staff of the u. A Navy will probably be settled without in Appeal to Congress. V we. Ball convicted of murdering Herman Wendall november a we was banged on Friday at Edwardsville Illinois. The grape growers association of the Tete of Ohio will hold Ita annual meeting in Dayton on the 1st. 2d and Tol of december. A a or. Lott the murderer of Young Burns St Oakland Mississippi was lynched bar the Cut Sens of that piece in Tow it get of Huju May tiny till to to. By the British sixty four gun Fri Gate Augusta sunk in the Delaware below port Moffitn Interr has just been raised to a Good state of preservation. The executive com Tut wee of Fth Ohio that Elleard of viticulture will meet at Colum he bus november 2i\ to Settle up matters connected with the last state fair. Or As Charlee Lemvig was passing through the court House Yard on saturday even lug. In mount Vernon. Indiana a a t was fired at Biro the Ball passing through his hat. It to thought to have been tired by Robert Beard l null having shot beards father about a year Awo in self defense Beard having attacked him with a Bolte knife. The would be Aspaas in is being hunted for by the citizens of mount Vernon who Are Putes a a a a among the bequests made by Louis o. Jones of Chicago at by Paul Minnesota on Friday last Are the following to to. Of Fleto and h. T. Thonila his old Ahial Eatn College �?�75,000 to a Young lady m Waukegan �?�1.0q0 to w. W. Corbett editor of the a a wry a Farmer r,000 to o. P. Hawkins of 8t, l Ault to his servants Vieland Mary Murphy �?�1,000 each. The balance of his estate he left to his Brothers and their children _ the Golconda which left Baltimore last week took on Board at Hampton roads on thur Day last nearly one Hundred and fifty coloured emigrants fur Liberia. They were from Texas. Ten Nessee and North Carolina. Sex a rendent Roberts and wife of , Are on Board also Hou. Or. Fisk and wills of new Hampshire end Rev. J. W. Norwood Epla Topalian n Ai Ouary to Cape Mas. The emigrants will Settle on the 81. Paul River. In Liberia judge Noah state agent of Tennessee in Washington has received a letter from Bena Tor a Brownlow in which that Gentoo Maimes a should 1 live to get to the Senate in december friends god Semlee alike will see How Little truth there is in the statement that i have forsaken the Republican party. Joined the democratic party or aided in seeking the election to the Benatz of Andrew property hoi Deni in lout Orvllle Are considerably excited Over the report that the heirs of John Campbell Are about to bring cult for some three thousand acres of land in that City it takas in the vary heart of the City and the improvements on u Are eat mated to be Worth Over thirty millions of doll a it embraces meat of the business Porto air or main Street and almost thee Nure Northwestern portion of the City. Quot a a v. A a Charlee j. Folger. Of Western new York has been appointed assistant United buteo treasurer at new York City vice men. Butterfield resigned. Or. Folger has been a member of the Senate of new York for the past six years and was Alec Ted for another term at the recent election. He la a i Wyar by prof Striton but a politician by practice. He was appointed at the request of Secretary fish governor Morgan and senator took Long. Near Van Wert Ohio on sunday a in was found in a Thicket suspended from the limb of a tree by a handkerchief fastened around i neck lie was recognised As the Man who escape from the eastward bound express on thursday evening last a represented him aet to a Farmer As be fog pursued by pm Scago detective. Ilia underclothing was marked John in Way. No papera were found by which to Tdeus tiny him. Quot in bed Wing Minnesota to an inst no Yuan w to volunteered to a Wisconsin regiment and was ent to the Southwest. There Rumora reached him which redacted severely upon his wife deserting he returned Home remained a the Bronze statue of the late Bishop Fow was arrested As a Dsa Erter. Ills Brownell a publicly unveiled at Hartford Wile. Sex pectin that he would Etc shot beam oonh., lat thursday evening in the presence of and died in three Days. The 0idler, Aad a Large concourse of spectators. Dated by Cara and anxieties subsequently be. The. . . us a a a a there Are twin Sisters to thav county Over 70 the Anniva Reary of the foundation of tha Yean Aid who look Dat try alike. Their bus 5 methodist episcopal missionary Bogety bands Are about 80 years of age. W t celebrated on Bendy by sermons on the stye it f f a a John Barber the Man mysteriously murdered at Eureka mo., recently i reported from a letter found to be the prospective heir to n Large estate la India Worth five million dollars. The depot Ltd in the free Taen e Revine Bank recently established in Washin a ton a mount to ,840,000. During the aral ten Days of the present month Over fat mud were deposited. The valuable Vetato of Blanton Dunken of Louth Voll. Seized under the confiscation for his participation in the rebellion has been order a released by the attorney general or the United 8 tales. Returns from sixty one towns in new Hampshire on the question of the adoption of thab Tate constabulary Gava 2,13 yeas to a offs nays. It will be Defeated by a vote of at least two to one. A we learn with regret of the dangerous illness of Charlea f. Hedges supervisor of internal Revenue for Northern Ohio. The Olty of Mansfield could ill afford to lose so worthy and enterprising a citizen. A telegraphic report from Washington in refers Noe to a conversation Between president Grant Secretary bout Well and senator Morton about Cuba and the currency is denied of Toto by the Indiana Detonator. Governor Palmer of Illinois he a appointed John Jones of Chicago a Well known and wealthy coloured Man. Notary Public. Tuta la the first time the political rights of negroes have been in that state. A verdict of guilty has been returned by the jury in the Case of the four Pawnee Indiana on trial in Tho United Staten court at Omaha Nebraska for murder. While being removed to the jail two of the Indiana managed the escape. No Otloe whatever has been Given to the Bute department by mint tar Shellabarger that his health is bad or that he designs returning Home although dispatch were received from him no later than a week ago. The mormons propose to erect a Temple in new York the coming year. It a Cost of �?�600,000. It is intended As a House of reception for mormon emigrants from Europe and a mating place for travelling Brethren of the United Fol Nvvf it a the United buteo comm Leeoner at Louisville thursday held Richard Martin of Lexington to Ball in the a an of �?�6,000, ter killing Bis coloured my Trees. Martin i Ais under j Bonds to answer the charge of murder before the Fayette county circuit court. At Sewickley Pennsylvania a lost boy a appeared who gives his name As Joseph Eaton and is Anahiet give much account of himself except that Hon father it ves near a canal at a place called far Tow. Boat not known. He is apparently eight or nine years old. Or. Ennis one of the eur Alvors of the Stonewall disaster states that be was saved by clinging to n crate of cabbage but that three others who had hold of tit War compelled from eol Newa to Roll Ruiah their hold upon it. He did not know any of their names. More than a thousand White Laborera mostly germans together with some coloured have arrived at new Orleans from the Wist during the psst week to work on sugar plantations in the Teche country. They get Farly five dollars a Mouth their Board and free passage. We. Kriel the wife murderer Haa been respite by governor Stevenson of Kentucky. To december 17. H la execution we ordered on the fifth inst., but the respite we gained in order to apply to the general Assembly which meet on the 1st of december to commute the Deeth sentence. The american Union Academy of literature science and Art just formed 1q Wmk to too already number one Hundred and thirty four mend a Grant chief Jiu Klc Chase vice Admiral Forter and others or distinction. Or. Draper of new York Haa accepted the presidency. Minister Motley has been instructed to inform the English government that our government prefer to Hare the body of Eurg Peabody carried Back to this country by Nasuri a Maat it of War and the Navy impart Lueitha instructed Admiral Radford to detail a Man of War for that purpose. The vote on the adoption of the state Gons tabular let in new Hampshire on the tub was very Light and it was Defeated by a Large Moor ii probably not Over a flee thousand Votow were cant. Concord Manchester Dover and other populous towns Uay Egtvet Large majorities against the project. William hedge a notorious character ameled at Evans vile Lud Taua. On the both inst., for having counterfeit Money in his Pom Salon. He had a to a flu bogus greenbacks which was captured. Lie passed some of the Money in Tho City. United states Compito a loner Charles e. Marah held him la bail for a further hearing. At Akron Ohio thursday the stockholders of the Canton a Akron Railroad perfected their organization. J. A. Cau Tou was elected Pree deut and j. Or Wise of Akron Bee retail he pouty thousand Doliah of the three Hundred Tousand do tears capital Are taken surveys Are to be made and the work pushed Forward at once. Judge Boynton of the common please court at Akron Ohio will of Friday next by agreement of the attorney ref All parties Hearth motion for the api it of Lutent of a master Cofo Uiha run Ras auditor re trieling the Power of the receiver Lyncie Zalug his Bond ac., of Tho Atlantic a great Western railway together with a motion to Remus Forfay Gould from the . The remains of Hon. Robert j. Walker Woie a torred in Oak Hill cemetery Georgetown a o. On saturday. The funeral was largely attended. The president s family was repress Ted Byer. Grant general f. O. Dent and , father of mrs. Grant. Messes. Fish Robeson and Cox of the Cabinet were also present As Well As a Large number of other gentlemen. In All the Methodi to episcopal Churche of new York. Brooklyn and Jersey City. In the fur noon Bishop Thomson a the course of to Rva Arka said that Nileas the members subscribed Twenty five a wat. Aver the Tom subscribed for the year hading december 1m� a would be impossible for missionaries to maintain even the ground they had already gained a it the Detroit Logan port it St. Louie Railroad co with a capital of Futao Mimi we incorporated at Indianapolis yesterday. The Eastern termino the Road to of the state Lia of Indiana either in Dekalb or Steuben county and Thanes runs through the counties of Tau Ben Dekalb Noble. Allen Whitley Koa cloak Wabski Maul and Casa terminating at Logan Sporl the length of the Road to about one Hundred and thirteen Tuileta. The director am James a Wilson k. W. Fosdick w. W. Griswold Samuel Grundmayer w. U. Dito William h. Hubbell Aud John w. Boyle. On the ground that old Trinity Church new York had departed from the primitive Faith of the episcopal communion and instituted ritualism for religion or. Groesbeck a clerk la the Folice department of new York and one of the Genafo descendants of Moeke Jans a Orne time since proceeding Agatna to the Church in the Superior court to recover the real estate now in Possession of in corporation. Or. Groet Beck s counsel moved that a receiver be appointed to take charge of the property Aud the Tente therefrom and be responsible to the court for the faithful performance of to anti a judge Mociun has just decided again to the heirs. Frederick Dittman end other Friend of or. Paul Schoeppe under sen tone of death for the murder of Stennecke of car Hale pa., last thursday appeared before gov. Geary and pred fitted Papen relating to the Case and made an argument to induce the governor to Pardon the Pri Oner. A number of wet Neasia were exam led. Citizen of Carlisle and prof Hein of Dic Kinam College sex pro wed the opinion that the prisoner we not the Yauae of Mia been necked a death. After argument the governor reserved to Decion m to whether the death warrant should be issued and turned the paper Over to the attorney general who some Days ago rendered an opinion adverts to or. Schoeppe a Pardon. A v from various Sony Cen we have the Intel Lar woe that the idea of the Ludepen dec of the Canadas from the Mother country to growing in Yovor All or the new Dominion and that annexation to the United states to strongly urged in upper Canada and the american province j or. Aubin do Tor of la Page the Radical Organ of the French to Nattans of Montreal to now in Washington a the repro entail be of the Annex a Lionts. Those whom he represents Are strongly opposed to reciprocity. He declare that such a policy prolongs British Rule and Solo Neal dependence to this continent. Wanted reciprocity to commercial ruin to the a Canadas. A on saturday evening at a woman i named Gilchrist and her eldest son were found murdered in their own Home a a half from Troy ferry county Indiana and two i other children fearfully injured. The first i alarm we Given by the husband and father v who says he left Home at b a. M., and did not return us night when he found Bis wife an4 eldest Rod dead and cold Aad the younger children scarcely alive. He says he found dinner on the fire cooking Aad in fora the deed of blood we done before noon a be woman was horribly mangled by a Hatchet about the head and neck and the eldest of Yow head we broken in with the poll of the Hatchet. Bos Letoa a Achoe to the husband and father. P. A a Chicago dispatch says it is reported that mix Clarke Mother of the murdered children at Edenville Marshall county ill Noto has confessed her crime that a physician who via id her on sunday say her reason was restored and that a a requested All her friends and relative to an female in the room where aha was provided they were prepared to hear Someth lug terrible. After those present bad come into toe room Ahe told them she killed her children. And that she did not know who is Kutou Urmit with nor did mba know she committed the Art. The l Ostor sailed next morning and found Abaft a mention of any of the circumstances connected with the tragedy caused her mind to become Cra de she complaining of Hor head hurting her. The Indian Bureau has received letter from Captain Pool unified states army Indian agent at Whetstone Agency Dakota territory in which Thal officer report that in consequence of Luton Catling liquor brought there and sold or Given to i indians for some Day previous More than the usual amount of dam Keuy we had prevailed and an one of the resulta spotted tall Ohlef of the a Rubw shot and killed big Mouth chief of toe Ogelalla. On the Moru lug of of holier pith much. Excite uncut prevailed and it Vul Fearil More extended troubles would come Hie indians charge to White with bring lug Usu r to Tho Agency. Captain Poole had asked the commanding officer at fort Randall to a cud troops to the a Seircy to guard the Public property and live of employees. The new York publishes a letter from Mexico we Lith ays Quot the most horrible Datum trophy that a oco Umil during the last Baloc entry in any Silver mine la the world happened within the old mine of jeans Marla Uear toe City of Usu Ajio on the 9th of Oclo it a. While the Lata nors were seated in one of the 1 Road a Chambers eating their Noonday meat they were a partied by a sudden Crumbis unsound above them caused by the giving Way of an immense portion of the shelving Rock which Forine the roof of Tho chamber. Twenty five thousand Tum of Rook to a body Barted in an instant a was afterwards ascertained upward of one Hundred miners their wives Sisters and children. The height of forty feet from which whet Muense fragment of overhanging Mountain fell gave such deadly momentum to la great weight that non who were struck knew of the terrible blow which killed them. The Day following a Lateen women Aix children and twelve men were drowned in the River Mereto la in the state of of a fat . Terrible and fatal xpl0�i0lir of Lisa Khasi and a omis would so. At half pm 7 o clock last thursday morning nearly a very building in the City of Ovington ky., waa shaken a if by an earthquake and Many people ran out of their houses tearing that Tovy would to crushed by foiling us Otra a. It we soon Awer Alneil that the a Bock waa Cana dby the expiration of the boiler at Henderson a Long a planing Mill on toe Rorich a Ide of eighth Street Between Wash Long Lou and a sateen. The hand in the Mill turn a Erizik fourteen or fifteen had been at work Leas than half an hour when bed toaster occurred. R 1 be Buie Piug. Which was a two Story Brick 48 feet wide Aud i Long waa completely demolished nothing n mating hut a portion of toe front Wall about twelve feet High and that is in a badly damaged condition. A Large crowd of people aeon gathered at the Soene of the calves trope Aud went to work with a will Al Ana it Sway timbers hrleftft�., for res cuing those who were buried in the ruin a about leu minutes All the men except o. A had been Fon no. The names of the men Lonj sred and Tot extent of their luxuries Are As follows we. Lon Gynne of the proprietor of the Mill slightly bruised on toe hip Henry Myers and Lou to Bowen severely both badly Cut and bruised but will Rae Var Crawford read col. Ored badly Hurt by Wail fed Ling on him Michael Lehman blown Over a Wail a distance of thirty feet into or. Lewis s Yard and a Varaly though not dangerously wounded George Buith w. A. Baal the w. A. Johnson. F. Noah Thomas Robinson the. Noah Mike lick. We. Father Gnu. Daniel Harrington nod Tho. Robinson All More or less injured hut none severely. Their escape under the circumstances from instant death to really wonderful. One of the men is blown completely carom toe building and deposited beneath some heavy Timber which fortunately lodged in such a manner m to prevent to being seriously injured. John wrung the engine who we in the engine room at the time of the we completely burled la the Rula Aad billed. The seen of the a toaster pro Nyala to View atm ply a big Pite of rubbish the demolition being so thorough a to leave scarcely a Aam Blance of the building and All Tbs remaining we us flu have to be torn Down before rebuilding can be comr fenced. Even the Brick Are to a great extent a elem for rebuilding so Complete we the Wrich. I t All Oenes Twe Ira. In october Lmh to a Bale of Geu Tuman named Asa King accompanied by to wife and eleven Hearty children left the Home Blob to from childhood la Athena county Ohio and moved to Jasper county Missouri where he had it Al Naly purchased a fins farm and w Here is hoped Era death called him away to a a his Large trait to comfortably settled and in toying the Reward their Industry and frugal by entitled them to pleasant Homes. Yesterday or. King Page eed through Tho City m real for to Oid Home a to Athens county where be experts soon to return the Ufa which i my tortures have made so undesirable to the god w to gave u. Accompanying him t one son a gentleman Twenty three yearn of age w to to All Thal a been left of to Large family to Comfort to old age and smooth the pathway to the grave. The rest a Ara dead All dead. Wife sons and daughter Ven la All have fallen a prey to the malaria of the my Moore swamps and one by one they were at Tekaa Down with fever and ague Tat and congestive chills Aad died. In to efforts to relieve the Fiering of to Darling All of or. Kings property we consumed Aad he Eodald Only save an old Rifle a family Volte mid thus at the ago of cog by no yearn he Notaras Mora broken than by Tea year of natural life to Only Deais being to again Roach bit boyhood s Home sad them to i la Phaoe Aad Jola Hia family in a better world. A a m a Cincinnati Hertl cultural society. The society met m Asual in left rooms. Pikes opera House building. In the absence of the president or. A. Of a Heigh Way presided. Or. John a. Warder la hair maa of the frail committee prepared the Fot lowing report on fruits exhibited Apple from h. C. Vincent. Guliford. . W hit pippin lao Neaily Large and Fin. A it use and go. D Rhode Ltd and terror. A mlle Eidor Good. The their Petroit greening in. A Pinr Uitz Eugeni egg win tars and Rhode Flor. Brat he elder Good. Apple from bom Merfield 111. A a Bluh cider a very Fine and banded me. Apples from a. Law ver. Of South pass 111., a new Appie called there the a Prairie Beauty a a a ,�?�ormuriud�ion.�?� it room Bike the Pennsylvania Vandeveer and to very hand a Oma. From president a. C. Hammond of Warsaw. 111., horticultural society a seedling Apple of Good else Hemom. Very tender deed and Peculiar flavor. Bald to be earlier than the a Tubo and a very locative and Hardy annual bearer. A front j. H. Shearman. Rock font ill Noto tha a wealthy a a very band Oua Trull produced from Mem in no take Munat Tonika midd a Aid to be holy and productive. Prom John a. Warder a american Golden Rouart a or a unlink a Yevd Long peach from or. Mariana Newport. By. Good and Sweet very late reported pm onto it . Warder gave notice that the state horticultural society would meet at Dayton on the Tot of Ltd Cembor. And that the Ulinor state society would meet at i Tawa december 14. The Ken Market. Deal a generally report that daring the week the Market Tun been Well supplied with inferior Stock. We can not heart of any very a upe. Rior Toek being offered Tor Sale. The auction houses report Walss m Folio we w. H. Mearon 85 head of Hong and Maros at Price ranging from fed to �150 be mules at 1180 to �?�180. Mutes of All kinds Arota and Price Are very film for Choice Stock. P. A b. Pox 88 hand of horse and Maree at prices ranging from 875 to told. Think the demand for horses would a Batter if the River we in Good stage. D. head of Horam and mares. Prices obtained from t25to $150. J. C. Thom Peon i head of Horeece and mares at from 160 to itts. No demand from the Eastern Trade. A the a be at Tho stable have been made for Southern Market. Meears. Davis a Smith Aad Georg Croatia report n very Dull Market for the finer Tamee of Horeece. Several Partis Are looking for and Mala of Tho dam but there Mem to be non coming in or the vew Xera Hante xxx hang or. B. N. Pike who arrived in tit deity toot week on monday submitted n written proposition to or. James Morrison chairman of the Commito Stoner appointed to organise a joint a Stock company Tor the erection of a Row merchants Exchange building in regard to the eel of pikes opera Houm building to the company. Or. Pike pro peace to Adl Bis building for �?�850,000, the first instalment of Tho porch am Money to to �400,000, fifty thousand Dollar of which be agree to take in Stock Tho re to Lander of the turn $46009, to to paid in ton deferred annual Menta. Or. Pike state that Tho income from to building to annually and that Tho with the income of the chamber of Commerce from membership will leave $82,000 yearly to dividend no action Haa yet been taken on the proposition. Or. Pike we on a Changa monday and convened freely with Many of the prominent members. / Fer tonal. Rev. Or. Lumenthal. In to mormon of saturday strongly Opp cd any religious instruction la Ali Public Schoola uen. We Latch pm been presented with a handsome and appropriately engraved Goblet commemorative of Toad dram aft Toledo on tha occasion of the Humboldt Centennial. Messes. Ferguson Bishop and a to what. Southern rat trend amp a a a a. Us returned Frem Nashville with the report that without any res movable doubt their Bill will a the Tennessee legislature. In i Dak Quot a a Nippo Awuou they do not fear. F arrival of arrival of bog yesterday at Tho great Western Stock Yard a so larger than heretofore during the pro ent m anon and As they wended their want through the a treet at an Early hour they excited uni verbal Adieu ration of account of their prime Cou Dallou. Tbs a lock arriving Thi year from Indiana to at the beginning of a but a Claa Ikon Han for several year characterized the earlier shipments. Thence Corning now Are not heavy but Well dotted and just the Kidd for family it Oilang. _ a Lucky of the popular Milliner of fourth a treet he within the past few a Lay received a letter Frem England announcing Tiiu decease of a relative an Uncle we believe by which occurrence a he fall heir to the neat us of �40,001, a dual to $200,000 in american Gold or about a >0,000 la greenbacks after lug All expense. To the freight train from Calno innate yesterday waa the heaviest that Haa Ever passed Over Thel c. A l. Rohd. It required two Lopomo to bring Ber Al in Rich journal. This prove that your club end know where to Cometo make their Purchase. It a an established fact that Cincinnati merchants and Man ufos Cutrera a Ell a better article and at n cheaper rate than any Olty West of the mountains. A Black coloured. Individual Dre wed in a Complete a nit of bar Akin and Perambo plating the Streeto a a sign for an enterprising main Street fur House was arrested on Street last Friday and Tak a to the ninth Street station House for a Drw Wing in he was subsequently released however. The Secretary of the Spring Grove cemetery association states that there were fewer interments last week than during any week since he he been in office. Name and and a rpm be waa Tad. The publishers of to we Salt would to glad to Send a thousand. Eop Lom of their paper ovary weak to Ohio Indiana a a it aug Lar West Vul retain i a Noto Iowa Kansas and tonne. And of Reader who will Sand us to a my and in offic addresses of i Riendau living in any of in Blatas who would be Likely to become Auk Beta Tor the chronicle will do m of boor. A a single we have soveral Hundred a Uby Prihara who re Colva the tar paper to wrappers by enema olym it May not be known to All web that they Are Lone i at Ron of the Canon Cui at their a Ujj poo tacos. And known by Tho pub Itebe a m a mingle my Beer to All such a Ogle g need to Are heartily opposed. It look in them thus to enjoy a Good thing by a elves and left to unprofitable to a. We Emi to each one of them Tho week a subscription paper. And hop they will a esk out aft Lew on and if possible five or Toa Good Republican neigh Bora to parties Pete with them in Reading a a the most popular Republican family newspaper Publ shed to tha a who improve on Tho hint shall Hare their own Polar Sec free for the next twelve months after Zwir Nam ent subscriptions expire. Encouraging Corro Poad Oael. From the boat of tetters that Cemie it our tag to by every my at Tho ume of year when a now volume to about to Emmea a a Gatesl the following m Aua Rettro to Potro Reganer y d. B. Yvana of Williamstown a who himself a a red Het it Momat Quot Aska As Toi him specimen Papan to us tax Eribert Tor a Elob say lag �?o1 file All my away carefully for future refer distribute them among my aet Habota. For fear they might be loot or spotted a a or 1 Fiat a tamps Tor a amnio that jul a prey Wail for a demo raw we Wald Bho to Baar from a few More such democrats. J. K. Ito Natl of Mansfield of after two clubs of fire Saab. In Deto hav of Weim and a prom toe several of. To. Bennett we think a Eai kind of clubbing for the real of the year. Forty pounds of a fit Pound a a Ioard to a Nat Desaad allele Lead Ini Westea Box were by a Prem to the earn of Bennett late weak. Craw Torday tile lad., 1a Chon Nicla. A Small Ute of i from there Tho week Aad More Arar Mohmd. Or. Semuel Gregg the Well known hardware merchant of that place i our Aga Al Thea who will a Hai by to give to Pabro a the beef to of our lowest rats. W. W. Kile of Ift Leewood a Asadi few a ate club Aad any he will Hare no of Zolty la renew tag nil of to Large Tot about to Aap Tea Tho to the Bato kind at Ama Rao its that oar retorts to make a Good Vemity paper Ham hem my cd Ful. A Large lot of subscriber from Manota lag will to Are assured be Folia wed or Rtin Henry o. Marsh agent for oar Dally jul Vagt Tel a a uber Puon the Etab Vatet Bethlehem Clarh county Iodia a Mattre pot emaster la the Porata of j. It w. Us aha Glas our Ute there with a a tub of Olderen Aad we have reason to better be will soon doable the number. If to preset subscribe a will Matte him. By am m a always Fth Akyol Tor a mall Fedora hop tag for Teller ones la Doe Tima. L. Boi Abory Marea Lawrence of Only lad lushes a Good beginning with n a Inhof ten. Itten. Ohio to am going to be m dark n nines hereafter As heretofore Tomte to it Mateer or. C. D. Gaines. To Payo ire to own newspapers Aad Ganaro my Girey Hla subscribers the Benefit of our lowest rate a met firing bit own Yommi Aion. To club of at area ought to doable Leaf under such for orate or Hulbur Springs. Ind., enjoy the adre lag of a a Aat m self inc refining As the Teto named place or. J. Harney Aga Al for oar Daft Garruto a Dob of in aft Tho Law a a rate declining to exact Bla comm Mlea. Of Monma to jul be Happy to Rae Elre a it Lilliom to Tho Etab temm asm Reft. Cd Vastolo Frog tar december. Fuat onteora. An it Tobare terming club for Tho will pet too any to they a obey Tol i the paper Freo during Tho Moath of Desamito All who order and for it the Kaaa thus they will get the paper Tor of Hirtred months and of their will Ead Erith the year. Specimen captor of Tho t or Oacle. We ssh i oat Tho week avg Gnu thousand Eagie of to comm if a to Sua Ugere Poai m Mist Aad others m ape Elmea Lombara with Job Aeri Puon papera enclosed. To Hope the Rufu in extending the Eire Tattoo of or if each of who Tho Testero a copy of Tho paper we show it to hit friends Aad Nategh Bora and speak a Good word for it we Hare a doubt the majority of them could make up a respectable club of subscribers Tor As. The daily chronicle a a premia. Many Persona no it Oab who lire i Road station or where a daily them would prefer the luxury of a a tally Wawa paper to any other Reward Wec Ouhl offer them for their services agents. A will thres Toret mad the daily chaotic i on year for a teak of fifteen subscribe for the Westey Tesi to or a will Soad it Tex months Tor a Etah of this to furnishing the weakly the a Law dub rate and string the Dotty which fett Tok year a add ice. Who Shoutd not taken Dally in yet p &Quot"1 w tit1 a Iti to Obi Dixi i who of time an evenings Effort among your neighbors la making up n club Tor to weekly Xvi ring Kubz . Although the volumes of the on Navill nominally close with the late of peer Ber nod Bamfo with the finite week to Jeanary Prate Tealy any week in any month tons Good n Timo to ear Monee taking the paper m the beginning of us year. For a year s we a had tha paper one year from the time it la ordered whether that to la november Pec Ware or Jaa nary. Therefore we would say to oar Many Patrona whore subscription will he on fag during Tho month and next done to rail until january. Uby to mad in year renew to Bat a a it at one and avoid losing two or three was or news. The data the which subscriber s paper will Stop to printed in connection with to name of the Label every week Aad renewal shool Al to mad a week or two before such Date. The advantage of dab rate May be obtain a by All. With a util Effort nay subscriber May get tour or five of to neighbors to Jota him Hafl thus while reducing to own them Aad us Atoo. Or every an Autt olred agent for the do Mold he got Ernly he a dub lat to Wetah be can add Tobare at Are deed a a premia to old subs Riban. In answer to inquiries from Oid Aub Dortheia we assure them that All who renew will re Teretha a Coad volume of the Al Akao Aira Yuan Book promptly tha a sold m it to them we will Send prepaid by mall it each of to Early Row potato m Long As oat Supply last. _ clubbing with the magazinx8. Two pm pese for the petes of one by Liberal arrangements made with the publishers of the following named magma cum and literary periodicals and oar own reduced ref a we Are enabled to offer any one of them a Teia we Kilt Ciao Milb the addition Tor the Raga Lar publishers prices of the former. Thu we will Send for one tear the Atlantic monthly $4 10 end chronic la i 00for $4 00. H Aki nne smoothly $4 00 and Oviok Tosaji tvs <4 1, Tor $4 00. Haar a a web Fly $4 00 Aad Ciao milk lie we. For $4 90. H Ari Wnm a Bazar <$4 00 fetal for $4 00. Putrah monthly $4 $0 and Ohio Ciolk to an for n to the Galaxy i$4 00 and itt 0$l for $4 00. Roditi Book $4 00 and Cha Small 12 0bfor h u0. _ h a Kilt ant Hovi $4 00 std of Kontola i info $4 co. By the sume Liberal we or enabled to offer any one of the following named periodicals and the Ochko kick the addition fog an Advance of 80 cents on to regular publisher Price of a rid periodicals. Thus we Wilt tend for one year the rib Kuna Mao Axiak for children it Tel Aud the ii Komula $2 00for $1 00. The Farsi published the Indianapolis by t. A. Bland $1 $0aad in i h rom i i $2 Doy. For $2 60. The i apis own Mao Artna by the Wmk publisher a i 50aad the Oan Nicla to 00for 150. The an rate a Agricol Tui it it in Aad the chronic a to 00�, for to the woman Savov to off it tee Boff Zarefe pm Bithe the let Ayton o. To o0. A us the of ask 1cissr5nsri a Al w a a the Oiron la tit 00. For 2 80. The shove terms for clubbing with other periodical Are lower than hate Ever before by cd off red. And enable be patrons of tether woe of Theiu to drive the advantage of Teab rate without the trouble of making a Teuton the United it after trea auror destroyed during late week mutilated currency Aad Bank note to the amount of im.4m Baal issued Tor mils destroyed $13mt0 bal Tor mutilated notes $810,41$

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