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14 Jul 1878

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14 Jul 1878

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Indianapolis Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 14, 1878, Indianapolis, IndianaA iii Day it s s a y olved fifty Fot ing an Arpin he Wotila not correspondent to be within his b i brawn italian lace for ruffles 29 and 25c. Down. Real Torchon 6 to 13c per Yard. New patterns in real and imitation double crepe Lisse 17,20 and 23c her it ard.20c cob to 20c. Corsets for 2i c. 600 Bone for 12.00. The 150 Boi embroidered reduced to $1.00. See oui new medical Corset. Opera work top Lisle gloves and new style in coloured silk Hunter 30 West was fog foil si., one door West of l. S. Avres. A new lot of Gai Lages at Reid used fancy 8�?za�,r, a quote amp i Brussels 75c extra supers 75c, two plys 25c Yard to placed f u Sale a ito Vij i sect s each f thi above that Wollver at less Tuliau Cost t close out. v in a it Vil ind tie a is cite Operand Bitt rth say Hini Ever offered before in this Sli great bargains in Ai la i. Of ,, 17 and 40 9�oalb Maer Ichiau sunday july 14, 1878. I recipes Are on the increase. The socialist fever has broken out in Russia and May prove a More formidable ene my than Beaconsfield. A Cecee Taky Momi son Lias a Piea Bure party of Only 25 on Board the Tallapoosa. But the aka hire yacht of the government is not Fuji ret. To Tao the famous fasting girl Quot of has been discharged cured from the Ary at aborts with. Jimmy Blanchard the smart boy who Madje such a sensation last year by pretending to be Charlie Ross has been arrested in new Hampshire for burglary. At the University convocation in Albany yesterday the honorary degree of doctor of Laws was conferred on or. Peter Cooper in consideration of Bis eminent benefactions to the Caute of education. The Dake of Cumberland As a Duke and grandson of an English King will walk after All the Dukes whose titles Are More ancient than his unless the Queen exercises her prerogative to alter the Rule of precedence. The late James Fisk s father is still living at Brattleboro Vermont and in a temper Ance address at Concord recently spoke of the murder of his son by a Drunken Assassin who escaped the Gallows through a Drunken Pope Leo Xiii. Sent his Blessing and a very kind letter to or. Rudolphe Laflamme the Dominion minister of Justice to the disgust of the Canadian Ultra Montanes As or. Lailan Iuie is a Liberal of the lil it Era s. An Quot eater of priests Quot a participant in the Guibord Atud a and so on. Extract from the rules of a Kentucky female Seminary Quot no Pupil shall eat slate pencils Chalk soapstone Coal unripe fruits or anything of the kind. Pupils must under All circumstances decline the attention of gallants either directly or indirectly through the medium of agents letters or a portuguese Nobleman. Count Panama car has been arrested for counterfeiting notes on the Bank of Portugal. Machinery chemicals and candies of forged notes were found in his Lisbon Palace and in that at i Mitra where repose the Bones of his great ancestor. Dyn John de Castro first Viceroy of the indies. The corre.9pondent of the Macon a messenger has heard Patti and says Quot i enjoyed her splendid singing and Fine actin i but i do not believe she excels very True atty if at All tie accomplished vocal teacher of he Wesley an female College or several of her fair friends of the Macon har Aioli in 5 quake a Are known to by an unusually i Ved Folk. The average age of the Quot Jos i a of Cie y of j Riendau who died in a Itrat i Brilain Aud Irmand last year Over years an i the average of deaths to population was about la per 1,000. The Lupin her of of children under one year was Only 10, and the highest number in any de Cade of life was in that which included Bose i whose Ages were Between 70 and so. The next highest number o a died Between 80 j and 90. They had a humorous thief up bef6re a i London magistrate the other Day one tuomas Keiley Wuo went to a jeweler s a Ilion and to be shown a �20 Diamond Annii. Kelley tit it on his linger Aud stepped Hack is though to examine it critic any. While looking at it tie Drew gradually nearer the it Loor saying Quot i will give you a i will give you Ashe uttered the last word he opened the door of the shop and \, to use the prosecutor s own exp rci3ion, like a Flash of Linning. On both sides. For the state Jones nand Riley for the defense Offutt new and Natilson. Be foil the arguments of the Case the presumption was Strong against Bales. After Bales attorneys Offutt and new forcible and convincing speeches the Case was in Bales favor but in spite of All the court bound him Over to await the action of the Brand jury. Then his attorneys moved that when his guilt was not evident nor the presumption Strong Bales was entitled to bail which was sustained by the court his Bond was Rixe Ltd at $3,000, which several of his friends signed and he was released at 7 30 Friday evening. His liberation produced every one was curious to see the accused. He is a quiet and inoffensive looking Man and his innocence seems almost credible. It is the prevailing opinion cow that if no new evidence comes to Light before the grand jury meets that be will be liberated. Eavesdropper. State . The testimony taken in the Case of general Porter is of a character calculated to vindicate the name and Fame of that much abused Pilicer. organizes a Railroad Congress j every week or two. Saratoga just now \ v Here the Congress is deliberating upon the j future of tariffs and margins. Tail fearful troubles anticipated in Montreal on the 12th did not occur. The Orange men did not walk and As a consequence broken head statistics Are unimportant. Hon. To uhf Hanna was renominated for congressman in this District yesterday. He had no opposition and is already billed to bawl according to the terms nominated in the Bond. Jim is for Grant. Jim is one of the Bruthers in Law and held a fat office in new or ans while Grant was in Power. Those who have a right to know believe that Casey Goi Rich off of the proceeds of smuggled a Lek Davis Quot speech is creatin2_iiiiaee�ttary alarm full ii mph Hil press. Jeff is unless Haes should offer him an inti entail position. Jeff is a smarter Man than key but might ask More for his service s than Hayes could . Is sent Conkling to grass by re moving Coli actor Arthur and naval of Lacer Cornell from Oitice. Hayes says he wants to get up Tome reforms and prefers starting them at new York. Conkling understands the Case and Hayes May hear from him. A new county jail keeper recently ordered a woman to be whipped. The Nice Point raised by the autocrat of the jail was that Quot while the Law no longer admits of convict whipping in state prisons it does not prohibit it in county prisons but the words no female confined in any prison shall be punished by u Hipp Haj for any mis conduct in such prison Quot ought to protect them if the Law has any Force at All in new York. A Eek Autier. A or. Henry of Mancaster pa., has had Fais leg broken 17 times. The russian Jurges have a song Quot Farewell. Till we meet at the Mouth of the mrs. Craig of Columbus kan., recently gave birth to four children two Wys and two girls. Hip Kophagy is becoming decidedly popular in Vienna where 2,040 horses were slaughtered for food during the first five months of this year. Mrs. Bagot the wealthy Aud Beautiful Irish widow a but whom All the terrible scandal of the will Case was raised is to be married i Ain As soon As the Legal proceedings have been settled. England does not want to fight but by Jingo if she does the special correspondents will stand a poor Chance of getting news. A special commission has been considering the question and it invited the London Cor respond tots to give their opinion ban oar own Quot Aud it rom Puy Tai Quot it the a Greenfield matters. Greenfield july 1. 5, 1s7. Blackberries Are plentiful in the City Selling at 30 cents per gallon. The Farmers Are Busy stacking their wheat preparatory to threshing. Or. Barnett of g., spent last Friday in the capital City assisting a John Sherman Friend of this county. The sad Accident which i was telegraphed in this Sheet about Simeon Ellis boy died last thursday evening at 8 o clock. Miss Nettie Wray an accomplished and unassuming lady of Shelbyville was in the City and guest of mrs. J. Hays. Thomas j. Cartwright the deceiver and unsuccessful Walker will attempt the task of walking 100 Miles in 100 hours for $100 next tuesday morning at 8 o clock. Miss Minnie Kelly of i Ranklin but formerly of this place is visiting her quondam friends. A visit from the accomplished lady is always held As a greeting. The stabbing Case which happened at Charlottsville on the 25th Ultimo Between Woods and Ira Ham will be rested Bettie. Squire Landis to Morroy y5b�rioti5vlt�e the a disbanded until about the is of september. Abc jut the 27 the of August they will give another Public perform auce which will indeed be interesting and instructive. It is Sli ii by rumoured that j. And w m. Cumback Are to Starta to Flie it Oka gust. Will it follow the Trail of its predecessors to a grave of corruption yes All Sny locks suffer. Our citizens Are preparing to turn out in Masse for the Rand excursion that will leave new Palestine for the Quot Queen City of the West Quot to Day. J. O. Fairley esq., will be manager and Success by him is assured. Newton l. Wray esq., will deliver an address upon the Universal question Quot Temperance Quot at Boyd s school House today three Miles North of this City. Or. Wray commands a Strong and Clear voice and will undoubtedly entertain the in Masse. The county Normal Institute under the proficient management of pro lessors Sims and Smith will open to Morrow monday. Many students Are in the City to attend and Many More Are coming. The school is to befit the student with practical knowledge preparatory to teach school. A grand reception was Given at the palatial residence of e. P. Thayer in Honor of the Young Quot Bon tons Quot last monday evening. Mrs. Thayer the accomplished lady entertained them hugely with delicacies and privileging them to dance which they did to the wee sea hours of the night. On last monday mrs. D. Burk a respectable lady of Charlottesville in this county attempted to take her own life by cutting her Throat with a razor. The attempt before consummation was frustrated by the timely appearance of a neighbor but not until be had succeeded in cutting a deep gah in her Throat. Domestic trouble is supposed to be the cause of this rash deed. She will by All probe abilities recover. The preliminary examination of Stephen l. Bales charged with the Wilson Cass murder began last monday before Esquire Walker. Owing to technicalities being in the affidavit the defendant s attorney moved to have it squashed which was sustained by the court the state Drew another affidavit and Bosien proceeded in exam ainu witnesses until Quot Wada Ead no ii. The after soon of we pm up Talub pm Bini want via Henry Cobty. Regular correspondence of the Knightstown july 13, 1878. 98� in the Shade and Hay Harvest at thai Sam Cunningham has dropped off his Quot King wedding cards Are out for the deem and Armstrong wedding. Telephones have had their Day and next in order is balloons. Pickering to Patterson have opened their soda Fountain after so Long a time. The base Ball ignoramuses of this City Are losers on the Indianapolis orphans. Henry Walls is the happiest boy in town. A Fetisa Quot it Magirl and weighs Loli. Quot of .&Quot s. In h. Weil have opened out their wholesale Cigar and tobacco establishment near the Post Oil ice. Miss Minnie Kates of Richmond spent a few Days in this City last week the guest of Katie Butler. Mitchell of the Hancock Democrat was Over last sunday paying the fair sex a visit. Bill is a tine boy but n. G. The old reliable handle carried away from our City on wednesday last a party of pressure seekers to Dayton. Frank Hubbard is closing out his Large and Well selected Stock of groceries to Branch off in the Boot and shoe business. The citizens of Knightstown mourn the loss of another postal clerk or. Dent. He was transferred to a Chicago route. Miss Emma Freis of this City has closed out her Mammoth Stock of millinery goods to spend the hot months in the far West. The Christian denomination of this City yield a Basket meeting last Sanday on the fair ground. A Piea Saa time was had by All present. All the members of Harris concert club have got the because he has taken the coloured fold in training. That Quot won t do. p. C. And w. Wilborn Grain merchants of this City took in from wagons Over twelve Hundred bushels of new wheat after in o clock Friday night. Lafe reborn has returned after a Brief absence to see his Quot a Quot Aud is again ready to take his position As head clerk in Uncle Sam s postal car. The social Quot five Quot have again made themselves noticed in this City by practising Quot put us in our Little the Leader stands foot in Bare feet. Of Little bed. Swaim to Newby have moved their Law Oil ice to Brackenridge s new Block. One visit can give a i Ropon Der Ance. Quot look out Quot Quot what they i Springfield Ohil Tom blk key Hole notes. Knox county. Regular correspondence of the Sentinel. Vincennes july 13, 1878. The governor s guards and the Ringa d band of Terre haute will picnic Here tomorrow. Quot Little the genial and rotund agent of the Sentinel spent a Short time in this City this week. Thermometer at this writing 8 o clock a. M., stands 90� in the Shade with a fair Prospect of reaching 100� by noon. The City Board of equalization has been wrestling and perspiring Over rates of assessments and Valu it ions tuis week. Isaac Purcell one of the oldest Citize our county died thursday night was 75 years of age and was born be he died. The Jiwat Gilp 3trving association grail fied with their first meeting on july 4, have determined to hold another the last three Days in August. Miss Ella Hitt an accomplished teacher of music in this City reports favourable Success attending her efforts to establish Here a co Servator of music. Jul a employee of the Union depot hotel died this week of congestion of the stomach caused from an Over indulgence in ice water. The Knox county medical society held its regular meeting this week. Or. John t. Freeland the new president was installed. The doctor discussed the question of having the general Assembly pass a Law legalizing dissection. Four prisoners escaped from the county jail tuesday night. All of them were hard cases charged with minor Ottense and the people will consider their escape a Happy riddance if they will Only remain away Frum the county. Colonel h. P. Pointer of Bentwood Tennessee has purchased the Gasworks formerly the property of j. A. Daugherty. Colonel p. Will reside Here and will be a valuable acquisition to our City. Knox county at this time enjoys her full share of political honors. The governor of the state the chief Justice of the supreme court the congressman the circuit judge and prosecutor All Hail from Quot old Knox Quot the Mother of counties. This is As it should be. The action of the convention at Shoals on the 10th in nominating the Hon. T. R. Cobb for Congress and John s. Lane for prosecutor is Well received by the people of this county. Or. Cobb has made a faithful Public servant. Or. Long is entirely competent for the position to which he has been called. Colonel Jim Morgan of Daviess county said in reference to Long s nomination that it was no use to try to beat a red headed Man especially when he lived in Knox county. Our City is improving rapidly and notwithstanding the hard times it is actually True that More new buildings have been erected in Vincennes the past two years than at any time in the previous twelve years. During the period of Stringency in finances and the general bankruptcy which have hovered Over the country unce 1873, we have had very few fail tires not amounting to tenth and dollars. Our business men Are conae native and this pays during times of it Nanial dist Reaa. Indence Indian a Tinell while dining if the Neil House in Colum by Ohio few Days ago a prominent politician of the democratic persuasion came into the dining Hall with a Friend and Urey were shown seats at the same table at which i was sitting. Being acquainted we passed the compliments of the Day and gradually fell into an animated conversation relative to men and politics and your correspondent feeling a Little Axiotis As to the "p.p. 8&Quot opinion As to who would be the democratic candidate for the presidency in 80, asked Quot who do you think will be the candidate of the democratic party in 80, Tilden Hendricks Thurman or a Well who Quot after readjusting his Napkin and Cooling his Interior with a Glass of water he replied Quot Well i am no Prophet but then i have my opinions you know. The democratic party has plenty of Good Timber from which to select a Standard bearer and in this is the party Superior to the Republican which has at present but few pronounced leaders and they not All above reproach. In the nominating convention Tbs re will be a contest i believe Between Indiana and Ohio. In reply to a question As to what would become of Quot new York candidate the Quot a. P Quot said Quot i suppose you refer to Tilden. He will make a Strong fight and it behoves the other candidates to work Early and late. He will have new York with her thirty five votes to stand by him and will capture those Eastern states not gobbled by Quot so you think the contest will be Between Thurman and Hendricks that the people do not want Tilden As their candidate again Quot just Here another gulp of water and then came Quot i think Quot How about the second place on the ticket Quot your correspondent queried. Quot that depends upon the Choice for the first place. If Thurman gets the nomination Bayard will in All probability get the second place if he desires it. He is a very i popular Man East not so much so in the West because of his hard Money proclivities. If the Choice of the convention should be or. Hendricks some Southern Man will be placed on the ticket with him. I am inclined to believe at present that the democratic party headed by Thurman and Bayard can increase the majority of two Hundred and fifty thousand in 76 to a round half million in 1880.&Quot general the Friend who had. Up to this time been an interested listener remarked that the democratic a tarty had better put their Best Man to the front for in ail probability the Quot Man on horseback Quot Gen her complexion was Meriden in Ink of exposure to Sun and rain which it waa known she disregarded in the performance of her duties either of state or Charity. Repose was the Predo Mineno expression of her face and form. Seating themselves on a sofa and requesting me to he seated the emperor asked Many questions in relation to the state of affairs in the United states the foreign policy of the government and the Trade and Commerce of the country. At length the Empress who was sitting nearest me asked if any obstacle existed in the United states to the rec Ogai tion of the Imperial government. I did not wish gravely to discuss politics with a lady particularly As i could give her no Hope and therefore treating the subject playfully i answered in these words Quot yes your majesty i will Tell you frankly there does exist in the United states an obstacle to the recognition of the Quot and what is it Quot she asked. Quot Why your majesty it was born of timidity but i fear it is now the child of arrogance. It is also a thing of air. For it is used by the contending political in the United states As shuttlecock the politicians being the performers Aud the people the spectators and it is kept up with sure Rilang skill and Pertinacity lest it fall to the around and the losers in the game thus displease the Quot what can it be she asked again. Quot your majesty it is the Monroe doctrine a the shuttlecock of politicians she comprehended at once. Turning to the emperor she suggested that the usher be dismissed and that i should introduce my compatriots remarking that it would relieve the interview of the stiffness and formality which might be embarrassing. Bowing my assent 1 brought in my friends and presented them. After a warm reception Maximilian addressed us in the following words Quot gentlemen you have a great War in your country. It has been a War of giants. The world Lias looked upon it aghast. You of the South have lost and your misfortunes Are so great that they make you the Brothers of All honorable men throughout tie world. As a brother therefore i receive you. I am to learn that some of you intend to remain in Mexico. I Welcome you cordially but up Ltd two conditions first that you obey this country s Laws and second that you will not interfere Vith politics either Domestic or foreign. It May seem natural to you that i should receive such War worn veterans As you Are into my military service and thus secure my throne. But this can not be. After the most mature reflection both at Mir Amar and in Mexico i have arrived at the conclusion from which i will never vary that no government of whatever form can exist permanently in Mexico which fails to win the Good will of the government and people of the United states. Under present circumstances your appointments to military positions in this country would give just cause of offence to your government and people and therefore you must not expect Oral u. S. Grant would be the nominee of i but i will Avail myself with great pleas the Republican party and proceeding said Quot he will carry almost a solid South in the convention because the Southern republicans think they have been sold out by Hayes and Are conscious of the fact that their death Knell is being sounded by the very persons they placed in Power. If Grant whom they have tried and found to be a iii nil indeed can again be placed in the White House they believe that their Lucky 3"ar will once again to in the ascendent and that Fortune will once More smile upon them. In the North he is looked upon by a ure of the services of such of you As Lucy remain Here in order to introduce into the country the admirable Public land system of the United states and your system of immigration. This is the policy of peace. This was the policy of my predecessor. This will make Mexico Rich and prosperous for herself and valuable As a neighbor to the United slates and this can give offence to he was quite relieved when he was informed that we had predetermined at Monterey not to enter the military service of either party. The interview being Over we Ireat Many As a hero Aud this fact is Evi j retired very favourably impressed with the denied by several of the state conventions j lately held. In several of the platforms j adopted after denouncing the Potter As revolutionary and tending to uns rattle the country the very next Quot Plank Quot Points to the Strong Arm of Grant and then significantly ?, we know him to be True to Republican principles i say again that All signs Are at present pointing one Way and in the distance Gran can be seen afer Quot acquiescing Quot m the general s Vieve upon the Republican candidates 3 our correspondent again broke out with Quot what eff dict general will this National party which it seems Ben Butler has captured have upon the old parties Quot Quot in some parts of the country Quot answered the gentleman Quot the National party the Greenback Avoca torso will in All probability hold the balance of Power and will draw largely from both of the old parties. The Greenback theory was incubated in Ohio and but two or three years ago was feelingly spoken of As the rag baby but now it has grown from Babyhood to Man s estate and is the leading question at Issue. The to quieter was its godmother by whom it has been carefully nursed and to Day that paper stands Back with shaded eyes As it were and exclaims what a Noble Man Here in Ohio and in several other of the Estern states the platform of the demo Ratic party is so a arly like that of lift it nationals that by new party to shift a in then we converts to the Greenback arty will be from the republicans in this part of the country but in the East where the platform of principles Laid Down by both parties Are so at variance with the National doctrine both of the old organizations will suffer heavy loss for the movement is making great Progress in new England. So great that Ben Butler has swooped Down upon them As the Eagle upon the flock and in return for his services Wouk Gofer to the Vino Mariati at their having gone through the Quot menu Quot by this time i arose and bidding the Quot a. and his Geniel Friend Quot Bon Jour Quot i left them surrounded with the fat of the land. _ _ _ Otto. Maximilian and Carlotta. Good sense and practical views of the Imperial rulers of Mexico. The country was almost entirely under the control of Maximilian at the time of our arrival in the City of Mexico. The Imperial troops were victorious everywhere. Juarez was at Chihuahua retreating toward the Rio Grande. Escobedo and the robber Cortina were at Matamoros within a Stone s throw Texas. Yuca an was Imperial and All the people to cognized Maximilian except a Small number in Michoacan and Sotoro and a few predatory ban iau having carried of Sequest rating a property had exc Aud Church party Carlota and a Chan ing taken place the i Power. The emperor a few View published his Pla a decree for the Survey he organized a Bureau surveys and placed it elsewhere. Maximil the policy of Juarez til Zinc the Church ire of the Pope the distress of the ministry hav arty was now in after our inter colonization and the Public lands immigration and in the control of Carlotta. Captain Maury the distinguished author of the wind and current charts formerly of the United states Navy pointed Quot Imperial Stromer and com or of immigration Quot and general Quot chief of the land office and us of the emperor a Lamat ions to be sent Toji Jutt Cutrie irn Miraj ii scale fun Money tor transportation and ence and providing lands for i Migra their arrival. Captain Maury issued necessary notices and made arrangement for carrying the designs of the government into practical effect. I employed some Hundred surveyors and prepared the lands for occupation. Within a few months thereafter some 200 germans arrived in Mexico and about 500 americans some of them from the North settled and cultivated lands near Cor a i their gli for Iti edit a very Cistern waiter purposes. There Are Fei hydrants on the streets and the3 variably surrounded by girls and with bucket and tubs waiting turn to secure a Supply Are also wagons witly Hogsheads to around to sell water. It is said to wholesome Ana if drank continuous la Lead to chronic affections of the Bowel is what is called hard water but we never found it unpalatable though a of ice is a great improvement to it in weather. There Are however very Fei pie in Vienna who drink water and who never touch it. Beer is the Daill hourly Dunk of almost every one of Young. It is part of their daily foe Coffee or Tea is with us. When dining at the restaurants the bet by the plate of old and Young male and it is even put to the Vienna Beer does not Howei any intoxicating effect at Sion a headache. We in the company of met dozen Large glasses of observing the slightest we doubt if they american Beer with ii refer Riff Flonoi an important a rivalling perhaps Gorilla Quot Pongo Quot f Arment of the a Gigantic manat which arrived is the second so rope of this Noi Mal. It is in Foj the species Beni weighing about by conjectured to the Manatee is and african Rei by Rennie the due and still existing Australia. The Raj tee is now quite found in bearings Tury ago. This Femali is in a net on the Dai off the Island of leifuan7 not f Essequibo River British Guicai some in live fishermen. It is Yery seen now in the tropical District being first specimen found within three it after its capture it was taken to Demer and there purchased by Captain Picott the direct line West India Steamboat col Pany. On the passage in the Blenheim i fed freely for a time on the leaves and Fri of the Moco Moco and also of those of to mangrove brought from deme Rara. The these were exhausted it fed on bread an Hay chiefly the latter. During the voyage constant a mention was Rte juiced to see thi the water in which it was conveyed was key at a proper Tempe atari a namely from 7 to 75 degrees fahrenheit. Last Sun morning the manager of the Aqua rij chives an intimation of its de deme Rara and thereupon he or. John t. Carrington the s piety should proceed t the arrival of the blk Nhy in aft a had been met in the Clyde a Lively tion commenced among the Aquart Peri the result being that or. Cai secured the stranger. It took raise the Large tank in which it was conveyed to a covered which was in waiting at the station of the Midland railway the s a ion master afford assistance and in due coi arrived in London., to mammon very much Liki being and this Peculiar its curious habit of lifting body out of the water we food doubtless gave Rise Mermaid. However Ridill notions May now be cons nevertheless to be satisfy actor the Manatee with its fis c roundish head and the mama naturally suggested fables sirens luring the Mariner the Manatee is Mei to by the late voted so much of to wandering in the son the general Man ton the naturalist of in Lafan my How it is i have been North settled and cultivated lands near or Doya. In the Terra Templado al it a in i a a Ltd mermaids Cha act Region shift la in flu from below vejs and the reminiscences of tie emperor and pm it press by the i be general j. B. Bra Ira Der. Philadelphia times in company with several other Confederate officers i arrived in the City of Mexico after a journey of some 1,300 Miles principally on horseback weary and worn ill Clad and scantily supplied with Money but we slept in peace and Security for the first time for four Long years. The Relief from the cares Aud responsibilities which had pressed upon us so incessantly during the whole of Titis period was inexpressibly grateful. Our thoughts reverted not to the past nor wandered to the future. Repose and Tranquility were All we asked. Being refreshed by a few Days of rest i represented to the principal Confederate officers the propriety of calling to our respects to the emperor and Empress. This was at once assented to Aud having communicated our wishes through the proper Channel to the emperor a Day waa appointed for an inter Riew. Our nearly worn out unit coma by ing exchanged for the Plain dress of american , we proceeded to the ancient Palace of the Montezuma now renovated and superbly furnished and were shown into an Ante room to await the summons of their majesties. As i with Many others bad become familiar with the Palace 18years before when the american army held Possession of the City i Felt quite at Home Here. In a few minutes an usher m uniform appeared and said the emperor desired to see my alone. I entered the Hall of reception and was presented to the emperor and Empress who were standing at the further end of the room. The emperor seemed to he about 34 years old. Tall and commanding in stature his person was a Model of Manly Beauty and his face denoted greater strength and firmness than i had expected from the photographs i had seen of him. The Empress was also tall beautifully formed and Graceful in the highest degree. Her dark Brown hair and Long Black eyelashes veiling Lustrous Eye of Gray seemed to deepen the melancholy exp Reabion other face. Her few Tuturea Wera clearly deft Nad and cd Aasc in Tettz Pitnu. put a twp tinning parallel with the Gulf coast almost to Texas commanding the Gulf on the one band and the Mountain passes into the Interior of Mexico on the other. Could Maximilian have retained his government Mexico by this simple Means would have been completely regenerated. He would have aided in giving her a Republican form of government suited to her interests. She would have enjoyed real Liberty and , and would have become either a valuable neighbor to the United states or an integral part of the Union. At this time toward the close of the year 1865, the internal improvements of Mexico were rapidly progressing and i had several interviews with their majesties. They seemed never to tire of the subject of the United states and i think Maximilian had some idea of visiting this country himself or of sending Carlotta to represent his views for one Day after a Long conversation in relation to the United states the Empress exclaimed Quot of How i should like to make a tour through your country Quot and Maximilian said Quot and i should like it greatly. Do you think general there would be any danger in my doing by Quot i was about to say no at first but then answered quickly Quot yes your majesty there is great danger in your visiting the United Quot what is it Quot he asked surprised. Quot Why Quot i replied Quot if your majesty were to visit the United states there is great danger that with your Liberal principles you would be sent to Congress Quot he laughed and said prophetic ally Quot perhaps a much madder ate awaits me indeed so thoroughly did Maximilian prove himself american in policy and sympathy that the United states could not have had a More faithful representative of her interests than Maximilian himself envoy extraordinary from the government of the United states to Maximilian emperor of Mexico. To Nna Beer drinkers. Baltimore american Beer gardens and Beer rooms Are everywhere in Vienna and the drinking of Beer seems to be regarded As one of the necessaries of life. It is drank freely at All the restaurants and is brought As a matter of course to every one As soon As they take a seat at a table. A Man who would undertake to eat without Beer would be regarded As a curiosity. As soon As your Glaes is empty it is re it filled a a matter of course. There is however no treating a it is called with us in Vienna. If two or three gentlemen come in together and Oak for Beer cach Paya for Whitla Dinki k a ridiculous Quot and unchecked repetition j the less As he asserts planned. No explant enchanting voice which the Ocean Lias Ahvis sess has yet been theatrical language As the Quot propertied maid the comb Glass perhaps Een counted for. 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