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It Jan a Younki kentuckian a those love scorned left Kansas City for the spirit world Hist tuesday by the Iii re it line Lini. A Kansas Cir Hack Driver his fallen heir to 2,, in or Finland and wants to borrow Tifty cents until he can pee red handed Mike. A a a Cai a , of county Havivi been Ehu tred by the Cine in Uati , with Tomii ii Eity in tie Park a girder called a Incel intr of at Charleston last Friday at who. I correspondent of the tent i was denounced by and Resolution and a retraction demanded. The papers Are having altogether too Mueh to say about the Harriau e of colonel Jiuu n f. Stolt . We like stocking and read the first thirty or forty accounts of his wed Dira with a Lwood Deal of interest. But we Are l it tin a Little tired of Srocki Sii Bliss. Sticking be darned a Fatu brute we Are pained to see in to e last Issue of the 3iinor, an unfriendly card from Deacon Vuk ers. This unkind. After Havins Tupi it sorted him for the Tolice of state Printer and after Bavins done All we could to work up Public sentiment in favor of his forthcoming Book the Quot bivouac and Bison Quot we Are sorely of grieved at this manifestation of feeling on the part of the Deacon. But it shall make no dil Terence with . We shall still do All we can to Advance his interests in the Hope that he will finally understand and appreciate our motives. Wyoming the first to enfranchise woman has one Back on the Ood work and her Lej Slature has Atrain reduced woman to a state of Vassalage where she will be taxed without representation. After a Brief enjoyment of full citizenship she again degraded and trampled upon by the tyrant Man. The bitterness of her subjection will be enhanced by the recollections of her Brit of but Brilliant career a voter. But can these Thinius be Sutra be usually ranked among the Privi Lencs which once a granted can never be retracted and we shall watch the course of events in Wyo Minir with a Deal of interest. A a a j. H. B. N. Comes out in a voluminous card in the , in which he finds fault with our article on the coloured population. We leave it to that class of our citizens if there any thin in what we have written that can be set Down in malice and for doing wrong to the memory of our honoured dead we Are indebted to their descendants for the main Points of our paper. We Ima Ine the Gist of the writer acerbic a lies in the reference to Nick Woods Quot nominal term Quot in the Penitentiary. It was not disputed it the time that no k was employed a trusty about the prison and made Frei sent trips to Louisville and other neighbouring Poi lots. He was seen with a Waidron and team far from the prison Columbus Bartholomew county. In granting him this indulgence Warden Pat Tekson did not depart from the custom. That his clemency was rather thrown away upon Nick May be gathered from the fact thus stated in Helix wat Indianapolis Quot Woods was sent to the Penitentiary which he has since revisited once or twice on the solicitation of juries in larceny a a a a great outcry has been raise j in certain Quarter Over or. An bus supposed ignorance of the authorship of Quot the school for scandal certain persons have been exceedingly hilarious Over the idea that a methodist preacher should not be perfectly familiar with All the plays Ever written and a it upon the 8tage,from the time of cose Rev up to the present. Now the red eyed truth that or. An bus never accused Sha Speake of writing the school for scandal and Altaj a knew that so groan wrote it. But suppose the charge against or. An bus had been True and he had without Reading the on Ozias a work alluded to imbibed a float Nir impression that Shakti Eabe was the author. What of it holding or. An Duus views of the sinfulness of the drama it would have been very much to his credit to have been totally ignorant of the authorship of the school for scandal. In fact we Are rather disposed to consider the charge that he does know an aspersion of his Christian character. We presume or. Am bus will not claim that he can safely read literature which it would be unsafe to place in the bands of his parishioners. Therefore we Are curious to know How be obtained his informal on about the school for scandal. Can he Tell who wrote the decay Rob _ speaking of ministerial knowledge of forbidden things reminds of Henby Ward Beecher. The unregenerate hearers of Henby Ward Lave often been surprised at his knowledge of cd ratio things about which a preacher supposed to be blissfully ignorant. Or. By Cubb always make it a Point to familiarize by self with subjects which be called upon to preach at. An of citizen informs that during his residence in this City or. Beechek was impeuc4 to preach a a Sermon against gambling and to order that be Raig get speak Quot by the card Quot be wmit�4 to team son setting of Short cards banking games it pc. Now Ilessa Ward Early education had been neglected in thu particular but be procured an to Gol Alvord the present cd airman of the demo nut fluff to cedi Tarsi committee. In Bis Fui Tolg Days Gol. Ai vorp bad done a Little in the Way of it Raight poker draw a it Laker invention of tue Mummy a eved Quot tir a i a Lorty live and other games of ii inf No Amateur sportsman bad a better com Eplion of the value of three jacks than col. Paivi Tor a closer game of even ii. He of a a d also hold the Tiger near level a any oth r n an Livinio. Col. A. Readily com the to enlighten or. Beecher and the two had Fri it Keiit Nisi tongs in the Back room of the brim i b Ink the preacher became theoretic ally in Al the arts and tricks of cards. fully informed Hinnir Julf he preached a pow it Raul Sermon which created considerable excitement at the time and gave Rise to an unjust suspicion that Bro. Beecher had at some period of his life known How it was notes. A a Texas negress bathed a Bruise with non explosive and expired. A Jane Woodman of Dayton undertook to till her lamp while holding it Over a hot stove. A Little of the fluid spilled on the stove ignited set fire to her clothing and burned her to death. All this saturday night. A a woman in the employ of or. Rosseau at Pittsburg was so badly burned while attempting to Litcht a fire with Oil that her life despaired of. A the infant that was so much injured it the recent sunlight fluid disaster still very and last night was thought to be in a dangerous condition but has somewhat rallied do it Putch. A speaking of the sunlight experiments at Lafayett last saturday the Dix Paich says expert Rutits were conducted this afternoon before a Birie crowd of our citizens. Or. Reed the proc i Tor fave several exhibitions and appeared to Demon state that the fluid could not be indeed to explode. Or. Brow Eaimec on the ground and succeeded admirably so far we could see in exploding in it every time with the swiftness of lightning. A the Lafayette courier has the following in regard to the Public tests of sunlight fluid in that City or. Reed agrees with or. Fry to the doctored benzine but holds that upon a flt air Sun i it fluid will not Exi Loje but that the gases will. He often d to hold a can of fluid and submit Wiiilie in his own hands to any Experiment. Or. Brown was present and vapor Izi Iii a Small i Antita exploded it while or. Reed held the can. Against All this assertion All this called demonstration stands the stubborn and unanswerable evidence of a new made grave. The life of a citizen has been sacrificed and there responsibility for it somewhere. But the matter in the hands of the grand jury and we forbear further coloured population. Excluded from the state. To show the thorough antagonism of both whigs and democrats to the coloured Man in the convention assembled october Iboo for the a Riew state Constitution the following article Xiii was passed Quot Section 1. No negro or mulatto shall come into or Settle in the state after the adoption of this Section two made All contracts with a negro coming into the state thereafter null and void and line any person who should employ such negro not less than Tenor More than live Hun i red dollars. Section Friree provided that All fines collected i r a violation of this provision or any Law passed for the execution thereof should be set Aji Art Aud appropriated for the colonization of such negroes were willing to Enn grate. The fourth Section provided for the passage of legislative enactments to enforce the provisions of the Constitution. One Case in which the statute was enforced May be briefly noticed. Quot Arthur Barkshire resided in rising Sun Indiana ten years. The first of november 1851, after the adoption of the Constitution he married a coloured woman by the name of Elizabeth Keith who was a resident of the state of Ohio the ceremony being performed in this state. She continued to reside in Ohio until 1854, when she took up her abode with her husband in Sun. Complaint was lodged against him for harbouring said Elizabeth contrary to the Constitution. He appealed from the decision of the common pleas court of Ohio county to the supreme Bench which after referring to the civil character of the marriage contract decided that Barkshire could claim nothing from the supposed relation of husband Aud wife. To have Given that relation any consideration favourable to him would have been an infraction of the fundamental Law. Barkshire could therefore be regarded Only any other person would be who encouraged the coloured woman Elizabeth to remain in the state and the court suggested the propriety of her being held liable to the same penalty. A note was consequently appended to Section thirteen of the Constitution declaring that the party contracting such a marriage was liable to a Fine Quot and the marriage itself comment unnecessary but by Way of variety we quote a rect decision of judge Buskirk. He decided i hat the Law restricting a coloured person from marrying a White person operated much inst the White coloured person therefore it held Good in principle and practice and should not be banked or annulled. Johh . If the life and property of tie coloured Man of that Date were held in such Light esteem it May he imagined that his Liberty was of no account. The fugitive slave Law was in full Force. It was Mueh a Man living was Worth to interfere and Many were the unlucky Wights whisked off to the South without a show of Justice. The first exit cause of a reaction in Public sentiment was the arrest of John Freeman in Iski upon the Al Davit of pleasant Ellington of Missouri who claimed him his slave a fugitive from Kentucky. Freeman had resided Here for a number of years and was very generally known and esteemed. He brought with him several Hundred dollars in Money Wlinich he judicious investment in property had yielded Bim a handsome increase. Shortly after his arrival he married a sprightly and Well conditioned girl Theo living in the family of Henry Ward Beecher. At the time of his arrest be was the father of a Little family of three children and the affair caused the greatest a a cute mint. Happily the affidavit was filed before Esquire Sullivan commissioner of the United states in Indiana who contrary to the practice of the courts Grimes Freeman time to procure evidence of Bis being a he alleged un4er oath a free Man. Too Inacy credit can not be Given est ire Sullivan for his decided stand in this cml it proc Rcd the n4/i of Justice. The Fame was carried before judge major o the fifth judicial District where Aoe Cal off scene ensued. The court Kouse vis crowded with people. Ellilu ton was present with Bis attorneys so also was Freeman with Bis counsel who baited his defense upon divers Page ers Tom i radians appointed by the courts of Virgl Itji 4i d ii Elf la and upon a cords of the courts i diff tie Foj Ert of dating Back far showing it of a be a Huttt he was a free Man. At tic close of r. Haiti we a Lulu of the question of Chrls Duclion judge Muj Iff asked with set Mie a Bow of Asperi Quot in View Himie fugitive slave Law Aud the Constitution of Jow ran i presume this Loaa the court was t Ler Grilii d by in unix Pecuil answer Witch be from liar Hon. Joseph Marshall who happened to be present on Busl nees of his own Quot i will answer that Queli Tion Quot he said rising to Feit and trembling in every limb with exc menu nth tall form Tow Rinir Over the Heads of the throng of spectators Quot i will answer that question. The Law presumes Crery Man to be free. It a fundamental prestion Gobi air Back to the Flint principles of Fri e govern in it. It essential to state Soven Ignaty. For it we went to War with Ireat Britain in Isi j. To c writ of my Fiji curium not Usi it eroded by the ii Ilive it Lave Law. It the Rii lit of Evi re ii ism whether Black or White whether Bond or for. E. The Stati not required to deliver u a a i Fri on held to service in Ai Iother state before Slie knows whether that person Isa Quot Lve or not. In this Case the fact of slavery denied and there no Power in the world has the right to determine the Point but the Over i it in state of Indiana to whom this Nix i belong Quot or. Marshall proceeded in a Torren of eloquence which a m Var been surpassed and which was received wit i the wildest enthusiasm the cout and counsel vainly endeavouring to Cheek Liim. His to each added tenfold to the argument that followed of messes. Coburn and Ketchum and the court adjourned indefinitely. To show How Little Chance there was for Justice to be o gained after Freeman was taken to jail he was i Ted by t a marshal and Ellington flt in the i of idea living whatever scars or Marks he a Iii it have v. Ith of the slave Fuir Tive. Freeman refused to submit to an examination t before the pairits were certified to and the marshal struck him a violent blow in the face compelling him to Roll in his Pantaloon. What was singular unfortunate he had precisely the same Triin scars caused by Burns the slave sought for. The injun Tice of tie suit was so Patent that it elicited the sympathy of William j. Brown the editor of the so called pro slavery or an the , who thus expressed himself "1 have not Ini a feed in this Case but i say to you or. Liston the it Oun-8&Ltd in this Case that there must be a fair trial the Nero Niu to have time to Bis witnesses and after a trial if he proved to be the in l erty of your client he rust sell him for a fair Rise and not attempt to extort an exorbitant Sim. If he does there will be great danger of a the Staseuk it being somewhat Cav led Utho came out with a Quot pc so Quot 8uj>porting his position by Adf a dozen cards of prominent citizens. William Crowder whom we have had occasion to mention Ornong others declared that he would put the rope no ind Ellin Irton Nei k and h ing him before in Conan should be taken away. There Eert Amidy have been a if it had been att it of Ted. Thanks to Esquire Sullivan ample time was Given to collect Chi Deriee. General Coburn give a very interesting account of his travels in search of evidence bearing upon the Case. Ellin Irton who bailed frn the Platte Purchase mis it Ouri. Claimed to have held Freeman in bondage in Kentucky at Ani mad Furnace opposite in Aguinir Rock on tie Ohio River. Thither Coburn went to take depositions. He stopped at a a House at the Furnace and in the course of conversation with the proprietor had Hisiu describe Mccon Nell the name of Ellington slave tie Aue size and color did not correspond with the Des it Ripe Iii of Freeman and he was convinced to lure was a mi.-Taki-, that lie was not the Man. The Lan Llord further him that a coloured or earlier in the Noii ii for Hood had received Lett it r.-, at diet Crint times from my Cosine l the general pro need a Hor a and hut try and went to the i Point indicated. The preacher was not at Home. His Maui Rater said lie was or on the i i nit but would soon return. General Coburn thought he would wait and sure in Oculi in a Day or two the Quot Reacher came Alotis on horseback in iring of i Eitle r Side. He said it had been a loner Olnie Simiu i la had received a letter from Mcconnell. It was written at a Leiu Ohio. Not Dis it it Ira cd ii the Vlin celtics that beset his Ursi it of knowledge the Yonner lawyer Strain Htway journeyed to the Western Reserve and it up at a tavern in Salem. It was the head Center of abolitionism Lii ii Ion the Reful e of every slave in distress and soon his business became known he was flood d with information respecting Mcconnell. He had been there but gone to Canada. When Asalein several at Temus we made to arrest him once he was actually seized but was rescued by a of friends and sympathizers. The excitement ran Toa fearful pitch and he made a speech to the Assem Bleckl town in the court House that evening. A subs quient Caj iture when he made his escape in the canal admonished him that he was not Safe there and he removed with his family to Canada. A bitter was shown from him dated Colchester. General Coburn returned Home and then made a trip to Canada where he saw Accoti Nell and was perfectly satisfied that ii was the former slave of . To make the proof positive he went Bai k to Amanda Kentucky and prevailed upon two prominent slaveholders Cai Tain Nichols and Squire Meade to it to with Bim to Canada to identify Mcconnell. Squire Meade lived upon a farm purchased of or. Ellington and Captain Nichols having served near walk n in the War of 181 i was quite anxious to visit that part of the country. Gen. Cob turn took them in sight of Mcconnell House and remained behind. Tivey recognized Mcconnell instantly and talked Over Many incidents of the past with him. Among other things he reminded them of a whipping capt. Nichols Hud Given him when a boy. In the meantime the late Hon. Jolin l. Ketcham who was also engaged in tin defense made a Pilg Riina re to Georgia and returned with a wittiest from that state. An arrangement was mule by which Freeman should see him unexpectedly in the presence of counsel for Euin Irton and a number of prominent a Timeus. When after bowing respectfully to his acquaintances. Freeman gaze fell upon the strange eyes brightened and Rushing towards him he said with Heartfelt emotion Quot Iod bless y a Massa Patillo How do you do Quot the warm hearted southerner was moved to tears and there were few dry eyes in the room. He talked with Freeman about old Tinics in Georgia and there was Nota doubt left in the mulls of those present of the prisoner identity. Quai with the evidence from Georgia and the depositions of the Kentucky gentlemen the identity of Freman was established beyond question and if any doubt remained it was dispelled by the running away of Ellington who disappeared in the night. Freeman had never been a slave although he was bom and raised in be Rottla but upon the affidavit of a slaveholder his Liberty was threatened acid he languished for months in a ail. After his release his a a rats in cried Broten and his temper became violent. He finally emigrated to Canada. A terribly tragedy occurred on the route. Becoming enraged at a dog be raised to shoot it when his Little daughter ran to the Rescue throwing her arms Aro Imd it and was shot through the heart. Nothing has been Hoard of the Fanti la in a Long time. . The next important slave Case in Indianapolis was that of Vallandigham. To was claimed by Weston state librarian of Kentucky to whom he was remanded by commissioner Ray at a Cost of ,400 in litigation. He came very near making his escape. To was taken to the court room without a guard and the be poes of the town having observed Bluit lie was left in the buggy Wylle the jailor hitched and a hitched the horse they arranged that Val Landigham should seize the moment to make his escape to an Alley near by where a horse would be stationed 10 Bis Csc. If c had the misfortune to get upon the wrong horse and was hotly pursued by the owner and police far the Woods above the North Western Chrls in University where after being shot at he sur Pei duped and was carried or to Kentucky. His do Funte h �8ei Mph a the fact that his master had hired him to a Steamboat Captain on the Ohio Elvor who landed him above High water Mark which emancipated Bim actor big to Law. There were several important fugitive slave cases about that time in Neil film it ring states Welch attracted considerable interest and the exp Fino involved a Fec tally null Lyle to e a or. Vauban diff am ease in to Shiina i it Ute a Tonto tha Effort a it Reinaud slaves in this Section of the state at least. It Cost More than it came few Voitk. Thai Havana tool Ulissy exec Aux of inc students. New York december 4.�?havana letters of the Beth ult. Give the details of the troubles there and the executions of Cint stir Teui Quot and show that the Only . To the. Grave of Casti inon of tie it it of the Glass eases it Over Iii the Iii Emir it ii the Emtil and substituting wre Ritli of a a lir ii. A Tead of iimnotellc.-. At tie a oui martial the stated it a Only a students frolic Aud nol deserve severe sentence.--, but the minors fun the volunteers Ever ruled very i i air Cise Ami eight were condemned to Den a eleven sentenced year on the Chain r i air one teen to four years on the same to i Mouths it and two a. Lii Era i. Tiie were immediately , those murdered not being Aii Weil an hour respite to see friends. The Vohid leers raided through the streets All Day shooting Iii he cubans. Business a entirely a Pended an it a quiet was Only partially restored after the exe Eutiva. The students were All quite Young Mere boys get to met thu in deaths bravely Quot in the presence of an immense throng. Their Arents uttered of Money to save them the father of a me hollering one million of dollars but i la were vain. Else Captain Geneil was Abseil at the Tim l it fully a auctioned the murders on Bis return. The Ai Pear perfectly impotent in presence of the volunteers. Tue ,.s. The Workingman so piety met last evening when there was a Sudit Between the French Aud German elements Ai cd by tie fenian who sided with the germans. S Ibsen Quentlyn the French Wing v. Hie ii was most numerous held a m uti Iii and decide d of it have a funeral pageant iut sunday a be Norial service in Honor of Rossel f Ivre Horii Esiee and other communi.- who a c been executed in France. The Prince of wal.e. A London special of last in j lit Tes that tie Prince of Wales passed sold by yer it quietly and the Vocab la a atoms . crisis of to fever will be Over i before Day morning which safely i issued the Prince my be considered out of Dantrer. Thu a Leesi continues in attendance. The Alex Aidria has wholly recovered. Explosion collision. A special from Hauley penn., to i Tomt the boiler of a locomotive Quot in the Lirie Uail mad i Virine House exploded Vester Iii a Creek Ini tie building and doing considerable Dain due. Freight cars Laden with Valu Alde machinery telescoped into one another Yesti iday on the Erie track near Rutherford Quot Park Quot All being smashed. Loss of fort . Cincinnati december -1.�?laum sve daughter of William , a Well lumber dealer of a it Nia entered slander on saturday against a. V. Thom ters and wife and H. E Ivy and wife lug $10,000 in each Case. A .1�oov, u t fur swin Thiim four Ign or Italy. Health or the Prince of december.�?the Prince of Voles pissed a restless and less Tianci Iii i ii lit than usual but the symptoms this Tiow an amelioration of the i a. The tire at Warwick Castle in lit did irreparable damage to tie Ireat Hall. The dining and other rooms were Al of l Lii cd. Tie destruction of ancient armoires pie lures and curiosities was very lunacy of fall Fox. switches rats but. And i i res to the <11i0n a \v, from the Cincinnati sunday . Quot Olio killed Grinoli now. in Cristable Quot who killed cock r bin Quot he it happen that a fashion which Bure. Due i tin Imi Viau form distending it to Inion Nso it pro nations was the Mother of ii multitude d inconveniences and had been to of ridicule but flourished in Spile of All Trio a thin and then unexpectedly disappeared leaving behind it no sign a tins of families frowned in vain India Nail husbands veiled their Lunior in jests and economical ones growled a it the inflated Bills they had to i in clinic Pai it ers hunted the humorous both v. It i in and in cell from the drawing room to the ii Angeii a jul from the theater to the Eliu Reb and yet i Iii line Rose triumphant Over All and Quot Only died when some instr Utate Fiat had gone fort quoth. It has disappeared Dieken Donkey which never known to die but by sieved Quot to trud re out of existence leaving no twice or remains after it. No burial held for Llue body nowhere to be found and if not Trail Ila led it passes away into a future slate of own Quot from which no traveler a and if the whispered Raj sort be True we Are also about to get rid of huge panzers of hair carried with sue ostentation by the Belles of the present d in. This open distortion of the female head divine has been sanctioned by fashion to such a Hialit that yeomen lost ail Consi Iousne. of a Nipra Quot piety in openly wearing a Sham adornment for Iii Nons have Long become to it to monstrous to be natural. The pretence resembling nature was aside unworthy of thought and every woman avowedly acknowledged she wore the hair covering of some poor or dead sister. Nav flax and Tow and jute were Al used fur hair Quot switches Quot or Quot Polis Quot or Quot rats Quot by those who could not possibly Allard to buy the Quot real Artille. The whole fashion a mystery to Man. A rain and again it has been tiled with ridicule and remonstrance but to it no Peri Iosco. The thing was originated by some unknown but potential influence it grew and culminated it expanded and developed into ii resent monstrous Proi it options until the Force of Folly could no further go. And now we Are old to announce that the word has gone Forth that if too shall disappear. But not the huge Chiu non alone. With it we presumed Fiir Here we speak Doub tingly will also vanish those imitations of natural and unnatural objects which of cured bonnets or not out of plume in or Row ing the false Chignone but which no v. Oman Couch possibly Wear in her own natural looks. We shall have to bid Quot a to a a Leam ing beetles weasels Heads. D it icing butterflies Dovas nests or water lilies with a ther Tolnas too numerous to mention to other with the tangled wild mess of alien looks. The old Days Are a me. Hut with these departing monstrosities can we count on returning and a Reliance on natural simplicity shall we never again Sec like ludicrous Mislig rement will our womankind become or remain the attractive creatures that god ha made them believing that Quot Beauty when unadorned adorned the to intr Quot or will Thev not Satla hed Wuh nature Many gifts Atrain distort their forms divine with Seuselos inflation or Bear about on their pretty Heads imitations of bugs or Weiss Ila or other unpleasant objects which in their natural state the be Mike nature shrinks from with insulin calve Hor ror we fear to Hope so for to shall in a Saji pointed until Good taste prevails. For the love of adornment precedes even the desire to dress Humboldt tells an Orinoco Indian woman will not hesitate to leave her tent Kiili omit a fragment of clothing on who a cited uni dare to commit such a breach it of Alec him to go out unpainted. But Trueie Hope of a do idea dismissal of Chignone for the parisian ladies have started the change and for once they have a Good idea to fit the Resolution. It that Chignone do not Accord with the slip Ltd of a Reim Blie was anything my re True does but Thi. World know that vim 4it4p<iviah8m let Romeo forsworn Tobii Pomps and a gantries of monarchy and that French women have the destiny of their country France according to Dumas has entered upon u new Carcer of private virtue and Publ . The you log men Are to forsake their Assiut to Anil the Young woman their he Wiiest Honable Cost pics if the Efti King go in Lens arc to lie Al tii a Feneci Mia All classes Are. To enter my it a a Lipter Era of simplicity and virtue All Thieu the Pungur dui Aas has sketched out in u wonderful letter. We to opt it not to too Good to Batrow. Tiow a Texas Cal Tain to Vav by Tob life of Colone. Mack j. Lemino of sex it a a. From the Kansas City tunes. Two lines of railroads pour into Kansas City two continuous streams of Texas cattle nid with these cattle come Many old Borden by Prairie winds scarred in , Arctic edit of speech to Iyub i .Ai-. in , never a arr Clopine kind and a Cicero of , wonderful some of them in Reni Inis get. A a Tyi ii All of a race that , , reckless of blow it and Frank of Jiei he and . A Une not of the men who f ult at Iliad and san Jacinto from c a i Liu l. F. Roberts of . Guigui Whipe Cor in tey., v. A rather the threads of a store told about fort Pillow and St intr it together that it Iny tand ont from the Black wreck of the me Rii an War a Star. Last Iii tiber was a tevas Zulun e.,-�-, a i a Nisi Iii 1 of Willis Battu Liun Mccullou i it by Lide of chivalry. Lii brigade was a a a or Tion fat Waul i be iou being add Oil it pee ally for duty with general free Ltd Wii ii he attacked foil Pillow april a�os�4. The of that Light have Jess de into history. On the Verie of it however there wore Many ireneous deeds that Only tin Jinni Semient eyes of god beheld deeds Quot that we a none the gracious because enacted under the of Battle smoke Aud carnage. Captain in hurts after the War opened a Lari re cattle ranch in Texas drove not Loti / Aero a Tine turd to Abilene came Down with them to this City sold them and lingered for Days at the Pacific House ing All that to be seen in tills magical Young City of ours. Tellin Many tales of the War and Border life in Texas Ike came at last to fort i Illow an incident of tiie Battle Liere Belli follows this Battle was nearly Over when kit certs discover i in Omiter Despur Al v Tonii died and bleeding let Adly from a in Illet in. His Side. Tie work was very hot and it not probable that the assaulting Eolune Trou i led then serves much with prisoners. Al least Sach their reputation and but few Quot of Fem have Ever cared to deny it. Tie wounded Olliver asked for Protection. Such Protection there was Roberts gave him. He a Rich 1pm up to the top of tie Hill where Gens. and Chalmers with their resp Tive mails a Cre resting and Laid him Down lie it imposed to die. This wounded Odiser la a i lit. Roberts his pocket b of and his watch req Eftin him to take care of them until Tiluy could communicate Airai which was die. The War closed. Kherts lived through it and went Jack to Texas we have heated. The Given by the wounded Olicer a that or Captain Mack j. , of the thir tec Ith tent Issee Federal infantry. With him Ai. O w. a Mother Soldier. Captain Jolin Yonsil who was taken likewise to the Hill by a i crts and placed in safety. The a it h Ike a Money were Given Oer to a Onevai in for Safe keeping. A Soldier life then in the Confederate army was one of service and head Saint time to care for the trusts of another. All cd lords to timid Captain after the unavailing for a Long time. At lat one Day Captain Roberts Sun that a in a by the same name lived in Laporte Indiana. To him he wrote immediately Detas Tuc the particulars Given above and in it ii intr from his eos res indent if he was the Man of fort Pillow or if he knew such a Man anywhere. Brood Luck would have it tie Ueli Tucman re Idimar in Laii Orte was the brother of the present colonel Mack j. Leaming of 3e-Dalia, the. I United states internal Revenue -se.or of Iii fifth District who had been i to Iii Ted and rewarded by his government. Job it letter was at once forwarded to him Aud the following reply finishes the Story in i i i state a a , r vie. I a i. Of kick. I it i i t of >o., or Niaj , mo., october a i. 18t1. L. A. A a it it it icon ii. Kansas my Lausii your very Welcome note of the itch instant written at Kansas City Lias just Cvach d me. It was forwarded i to me by my Giro Tiger at Laporte Liliana. I am now i Quot Vin it i Here. Ido assure you that 1 am very glad to hear that Vou Are till in tie land of the Livinio. I have by to Means forgotten your acts of Gen Tinc kindness Kaiui Niten Al attention to me when i was la to tract and a Eldess from wound.-, on the Battle yield of fort Pillow. I am now the Only surviving officer of my regiment who participated in that Battle and to your prompt and Noble interception in my behalf i feel that Lam greatly indebted for Niy present existence. I have repeatedly written to Memphis and Mississippi to a a Erlain your whereabouts but without Avail. Captain John Pc mini now in St. Louis a route agent i Lelieve in the pos Tortice department. Some months re o he told me that they offered to give him Lav watch at Andersonville but that Quot he declined to take ii thinking it would retaken from him again la said nothing about the pocket look. 1 now wish you had kept them Bot ii. I will Endeavor to see Young next time i it to to St. Louis and show him your letter. Well c l Tain i would like Mir hey Well to see you and the next time Vou Quot visit Ivans to City be sure and come to Scalia it Only mile it on tie Missouri Pacific it you can not come just write or Telegraph no Here and 1 w a Ieca Ami at Kansas cite or at any Point on the Missouri Kansas and Quot teas a .ilro, 1 had a pretty rough time with my wound and for a nuni Lier of weeks it was Quot nip Aud to. K to whether 1 could live through it or liars in my Cheeks. I still carry the Ball. Write me soon and let me know when you Ca i come this Way again. Hoping to so Vou Etc Many Sta i remain very truly and Quot fraternally. Your Friend Mack j. Lka Mim. Here Etui the Eha iter. Captain Roberts has written to a neral Chalmers who still has the watch and the amount of Money in tiie , and Lief re Long colonel learning will receive both none the worse Oil Quot for having lieu deprived Oil their use for several years. Tiie whole War was attended by thousands of jul it Siu h instances Atid if they could be Collet Ted and gathered up what a romantic Book Thuv would make. Or. I5eec11er knocks tiie wind of t of a Maine Peck sniff. From the Clai Tian Union novel flier 29. A few Days since or. Bee it her received a note enclosing a Jive to of a theatrical hand Bill on which the manager of the Wate mlle Maine theater had caused to be prylut Al this motto Quot if the theater were to be shut up the Staic wholly and suppress Eil 1 believe the world bad it now would be ten times More Ward Boether the Rote was follows "w.vteitville, Maine nov. A 1s71. Quot Rev. H. W. Bee Cue Dekau Siu i do not look for perfection in the Best of Meuy of Chi ians even of ministers of the gospel but All the More sad and depth it Ruble Aro the inconsistencies of the latter and i can not hut think your Power for go Good almost equated to Gay your it Ower for evil. In True Christian love and faithfulness i Deplue to say it. A a your Broth r in Christ to this the following reply was made . November 10, 1871. Quot my Dak sir the sentence which you. me printed a Jimart of a theatrical Handbill an impudent forgery. 1 have Uttend but one life Long testimony on that subject. What tre we to tii Ink of a Man who to Vehe nut air Arnst theatres you seem to be Init who will yet go to a theatre hand Hill to get Testin ony against a Christian Man Ami without buy Oiher evidence will write him such a letter you Send to Mev your Principia in respect to your neighbor character and reputation need a Ming up. Truly yours la. W. a a a a a the exam Miloh of mrs. Ruth charged with being an in the murder of her husband by or. Medl Leott began at Lawrence Kansas on Friday Fud continued Saturn Lay but no facts of importance were a a a a much excitement prevails in Cut no Palgon Illinois Over the murder of mrs Hudson Laius. A notoriously bad character Wim it was supposed to have sumo Conn Etlou v the tragedy has been examined and Ducick id liw Vehik i by rods. To of Sirali Eady ii Storelv Uco i a immense d ? i it Odb i i. A on inc in 1 i a a 1� Milt i \ Csc i to Iril a w t v a a i a a 1 i i i 1 i f a a �1 of a a a 5 Quot i 1 v a i Best 1 in a even no i Quot in cllslodk.--,-. A 1 time of to l at Tiv n to a a a it a i it a to via o our it. I a a a u a a a Lio Iti u-1 a a i t hey i it i to a it it Iii a of 1 r v i . Rio . a a to k. Iii to. Ithaki ii a be new arable to new Aat let Vii Eton Quot Somo Anci it Llave re Olin o not mime to but in incl la a tiler liase of and co. The . To i. Ltd Xenia 1 a Lali. A i o.,. St.  i-,., i ii native Emesis ii of Ca a r at a Piid cd be ire &Quot.,1. I Bel. L i Fri a a a Oculi of of cd Ian. Am �.00 a a l i r. he Ltd a pm ii Kat of in Novin 1 tit Quot i a i Riol to by pm. She a asian ton or a ir�e4 i Iio. Attractive a elea ii i Wii ii Jiow Quot. Midi Filli of cd .ur.Lve. The Quot a. that i. To think Boer l , like be. I ably Nissl a in. Dan Tayb Riv leads tile i Tay Tau col if Hilt ilm bul or. Street aia Street o acres. Ions Tiivi stand Merid a Quot of i Roet i and c Eoa Aly at Isyl Vasilia v i Rale. m a directly i. I la Hiis Len. I t la a. &Quot.m. N vehement i of women Lii he. Est r i in t Lis Colin i. The a re. Tac Ioil a a Seises Lel. Very la i a readier a. V. Tithe lil of Ini Al of a in ho.-Pial-., a per it t broke out 1 a the t.,-, i to Shiino i n-.ocw.i- a h.,�?�, -. A a a a Een t i a be need l Sav that a Duvy to.-, , till i a tit Down Are of he one Butler and the . Butler Coin. I i i i ii it he the i h a i m in come Pittee. In ii a wat tale a xxi the e it Ai t i tails few Willow 1il.ll i it Atho get a homies or. Cad i.-. She a. Ibue by lifted and the. A. I Elliot in Laniis a i Zinent for i of p. A. 1 has pro a i actually Mii to t in i of Nier lady Jiam. A the Advani Mil Quot. I Quot. I it. A in Law. = a i lately to. Leader of the . To Loti. 1. To . And i i in in Petticoat Rule in a-., list the Oon a .e. we conf it a Vii a Heie but you be Oil a them to he pm ii., 1i to arc Jiro Rio i a in i. Of agitation ea.-Uri--. Eer since. A. In i ices was. Ely i played. It v. A a Piini it and i A i Petticoat. He it Ilion Ai i y y A indie at from Huxley i ,.the�c mrs. other. Fri. . X i a i and and a 1 my Iii Monr Quot the spirit o11 vote to Quot. Yogi in p. Ave a and for i or let he ii Inu to the class of hot a ionic do he he ladies in a Reneri Cire to Alliie. I m,.,. Lmh a and her allies he a a Reid ii ii i a i Felt ii leed for any candidate w a Var to it have the Sighle to Aal Mali Hel a on ulc a be Iii for i a a Nei in u Olti e Ohno Xintu acts. I Ani lavs of 1 t know anything about the in to. T. 1 Sun vice the. Hides in i Heri of Stu a it i Rea Liu lev an ignoramus mid a Doit. Of. A ont All Quot tin doctors and in Oil it. S Hap the the Only one doctor Quot we Lifavi goes i am tool with a Luxich and her in of Sion a i he si.-ter, Vit 1 suppose her Ion Only Ries Voin f he Stu l if it i g Iii Hie. Of i inn with men. l diet Iii a Irit Connie and Pertinacity we ,.li mis. Lin i Anil the women his a worked ii Lui Ine and i know the it when. They aim vote it t in oin to hav Ilicin. I Havo Only h Irnel that or. 1er has Orli Aii sized a. Zoei i Ion i of l Liei pie be i la Var to ree Lve into thu in House any Ite Mau of i also Ever r Ink. Low Viry nicely this Ordy it could In Quot to into Pru Clice. Bit you he the ladies of Lii Day All thou ii by eos Siiro see a pattern of uni reality Ami so i Pool a Trio huh f to same of Tartile. Then n i Reat uni i slim in of to Day civic earning Lioni 1 h i a Foo and of Pinion in in irate v a Iii ii divid.-d�?,i\ persons Maint ii Nim ? thu know Lii Iii to he aint hair Thev Rouhi prove him to a a ii r. 1 an. A Nic in favor of ladies their u piety avoid line the Aei quaint Inee of the Wisd in and of Foni Pinr of . Hut i question ice Christian a Iro Prietz 1 a to la i out Ami a Ranil in Morai then 1 he f Clieve the Init would work for Peel. Would be one to f e elected an honorary Rienier. Then there Are More sins the none be tween Mark and l Iuo Ween be a i and Goneril on the on. Side and on the other who shall choose and mrs. Butler ass ii tip a i does a even Proie. to exclude lao or Couert however 1 those lit i. Touhl interest Youn ladies Niew Vork to that we have such k an association. It Quot they think that a can Suc a Cess fully imitate it 1 wish them Jovi a a Lueb c Tele nun adv from below 1-, port a River Quot a choked with ice Alt unit Urca d ii i h be. N Lone to ship Mug Many vessels have be Ai Ahai Idoues and Tuo i in i Frozen condition. _ a a Salt l Ike Tele ram Kina Hill Nae attracting much Atte Tutini. The first Hin of Ore a few d since yielded one Hundred Ami Twenty thai c dollars

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