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2the Indiana state Sentinel. Thursday september 16 1875 what makes a people Arhat. By Valru Yafo no new. Aba band. Amp nation ■ pillars High. Anti its foundation Strong what make it mighty to defy the foes that round it throng it is not Gold 1» old Dom grand go Down in battlers Shock hah Are Laid of sinking Sand not on abiding Rock. I it the a word ask the red Dost of empires passed away the blood has turned inc or Stone to to rat their glory to decay and la it Pride a that Bright Crown has seemed to Nailon Sweet but re it i a track its Luster Down in Missal he red. Koolian it in Only men can make a people Greet and Liong men who for Irneth and Honor s Sake Bland fast and suffer Long. Brave men who work while others sleep who dare while others try they Hull a nation a Pui ars deep. And lift them to the sky. A philosopher at eighty. Mail oct of a lax 9ult11y Day. I am evaporating like a piece of camphor in the Sun. Or to As wastes a maae of Carbonate of ammonia in mopped Ora. Though my lard had a become transmuted in a Alllene. Which Force of Leai Sublime. 1 Rise Apaleo in vapor am do Olving by i rec. And mingling with Itin air. If this goes of much Long r. Nothing will be left of me he Veea they Salta besides residual poo Pottle of Lime. But if the temperature by eighty in the Shade Bland by a utile longer and then fall to As to Check ongoing at the Point of lust attenuation then my Waist will in its Norma amplitude return. And i who from my youth have Aye grown bigger by Loos of fat shall have regained my figure. Wise and otherwise. Boston wants to borrow a million Dolman. Sera Sellers. No news from Donaldson lately. Isnit it Moat time for another bottle invent a sewing machine and Yon May die Worth f13,000,000. It is All of ten Days since Tbs new York police dubbed any one to death. Arkansas wont bang six More murderers at once for some months to come. Those belligerent St. Louis editors fought with Colts revolvers but neither was a horsed. Times have so degenerated that Frankfort has but 128 men who answer to the Callol colonel. It is for Sankey to explain Bow a Man can be a cheerful Christian and vat always be . World. It a snot Gen. Golovatch of that made those 30,000 Kho Kand rebels scatter like sheep. His name was what did costs 50 to slap s Cleveland Man of the month. That a Good Deal of Money but theress also a Good Deal of Mouth. Whatever May be said of the poor overworked circus horse its certain he never evinces any objection to Bis Matin Bay. The Chicago inter Ocean bloody shirt Organ in responsible for those gory reports of the Mississippi disturbance. Paes the Salt please. Engagements a the have been mighty scarce this reason or else the parties most interested have determined to keep mum Lor a while. Turkish tailors Ara never rear cached for misfits. They have Only to cat out two bags Bitch them together Aud the customer has a first rate pair of Pauu. Texas Jack Isnit in the theatrical business any More. One reason Tor u is because he is in ail so much that be take any leading part in mock tragedies. Constantinople we notice has adopted the Madrid style of Rose water pros dispatches the latest advices represent order amp a completely restored in Bosnia. No economical Man will steal his thanksgiving Turkey now As the Bird would eat up twice its Ora to before anted. All the night will a touch Darker in october. Tennyson and Joaquin Miller Havo of mad at each other and Tennyson Calls Miller Quot the pot of Tro rag bag. We might on Well have War with now As Ever. A Cincinnati barter any he cant in Ike one Towel wipe Over Twenty customers before they begin to complain and he wans to know if this nation in a fastidious nation. Rutland turns out 1,300 gravestones per Day and it Doea pm As if Gerg franc s train could be ready supplied in 09 he desired to Consul the wish re of the Public. A boy at Easton while attempting to atop a rolling barrel of whisky was knocked Down and had Bis nose Alfahed. Whisky Ai ways did have a marked effect of the cose. Or. Hail says that no person should a out of bed As soon As waking that is no Man. He should lie there and speculate Sod to Borizo while his Wile is getting break fast ready. You can faintly imagine the feelings of the Michigan Man who Cut out a big piece of meat from Bis leg thinking a Rattlesnake had bitten Bim and then found out that it waa a Bee sting. Niagara Falla residents no longer swindle travellers who come to see the sight. They Knock Mem Down and Rob Mem but then anything for a change As the Man said when be Aat Down on a Buzz saw. A Michigan Justice of the peace adjourned an important Case that be my get go buckle ferrying but of coarse you can t expect to deprive an official of All the tender memorise connected with private Lile. Ann Elisa the divorced Wile of Brigham Young la working out by the week and waiting for bit Alimony. Brigham Tbs old Hyena says hell pay it when satan starts a Camp meeting. Four different times during the present year Baa the american Eagle been whipped by roosters and yet to Are told Day after Day that we must preserve our reverence Tor the Bird of Liberty. Thin emaciated and languid looking men Are beginning to appear on the streets and we realize that at last summer is ended and the Wau ring place tourists Are returning journal. The graphics cartoon representing the gory Morten trying to ram the outrage scare Crow Down the Maine Yankees Throat and the Yankees reruns to Swallow it la a tip top Cifu Paige üocuiu9ui. We n g Orgia planters have to attach burglar alarm to sack separate Chicken to pro to. Thorn from being taken Oft the Rort at Midnight the poultry Moat wond a whal to the 0 0 Harry Tai country la coming to. at watch Hill k. 1., this Cason is s remarkable lady swimmer lbs Marla r. Andoor granddaughter of the treat naturalist who was taught to swim by her lather almost before be Dooald walk and who now ventures out to sea far beyond the meal adventurous Man in the Morriss misery under the treatment to which Sumner submitted. To us times a Niviso til a Heidke Moxa the Klysh he if so with ibos heated to White beat tub patients babes tvs. The Many ardent admirers of Clara Morris jul heartily sympathise with and at Tho same time Admire her display of nerve upon Reading the subjoined from the Baltimore american it was known that Clara Morris suffered much before leaving for Europe and even daring her last Senes of performances Many times she was carried rain Ting from the stage and recovered Only by the strength of a mighty will which impelled her to the conscientious performance of what she bad undertaken. Her disease was most distressing. It was curvature of the spine originating in privation in childhood and rooted by want of the proper attention and treatment in later years. Three years ago it could probably Bave been arrested but it was a crisis in her profession and upon Success in surmounting Many obstacles her whole future seemed to depend. N»1 or Allva also her friends As Well As herself tailed to realize the profoundly serious nature of her troubles and that Complete recovery would follow intervals of rest and the various methods of treatment recommended by attending physicians. During the past summer however the development of the disease Bas been rapid. A sea voyage failed entirely to produce any change for the better and the fist of the highest medical authorities abroad confirmed her worst fears and condemned her to s terrible operation the same to which Charles Sumner submitted for the cure of the same disease. Its main feature is toe burning of tub flesh of the Back from the neck Down to the Waist with a t Irons. This Jombla torture poor Clara Morris has endured. The operation was performed in Parta in the presence of mrs Worthington Donn i Attis sister in Law. Who has been travelling with her my. Cleveland her daughter miss Gabrielle Greeley and sir William Bel More the attending physician. Her medical attend Anta Wiener or to Lake chloroform Bat be refused and heroically bore the frightful agony until the cruel process bad been repeated four times. Then the pain and Amell old a own burning flesh became too much for her. Nature even her Brave nature cot id stand no More and she fainted dead away nor were they certain Tor a Long time whether consciousness could be rest Jred or that the vital Bpark had not been tortured out of its socket. It was impossible therefore to Complete to operation which requires that the process of orning be repealed six timer but whether h will when the a Lent gain strength is not certainly known. A private letter written from Paris by s Friend who stood by Andraw the terrible trial is printed in Don i Attis capital the t Barry most of a Kkt Wittes. 11 Rob or la Biel Paisack Paris aug. 12, 1873. Dear Friend i hasten to write you Well As i am Noble the circumstances of the terrible trial to which on dear Little Fruen 1 Bas been subjected. As prof. Ball concurred in the opinion Given by or. B Lvin that be disease of the spine would if not arrest a. fatally within two years Abe determined to submit to the treatment that it makes me shudder to think of. Soe said Only let me Bave it at once dont let me think of it and last tuesday we drove to the doctors room 51 Rue de is Luxembourg. Be waa very Pale Oroc Ahlva not More so than a Ual but i could unt Bat notice that the nostrils wore dilated and the Mou h More firmly set than snal. She conversed less than common and in fits and astarte and. Strange to say of the Moat trivial we saw upon our Way. Arriving at or. Belvins were annoyed at not finding prof. Bill there but bad to wait Lor Bim nearly Tail an hour. All to while our poor Friend sat with her bands Al exp a Between or Knees string at Intervale if they keep me waiting i shall tall. I know i Ball Tail. At last the professor wan Auno uned and then Fife oar. I re minutes were give to preparation in an adjoining room. Clara h id stipulated that she should not see the turn ares nor the Irons and it coat Che two physicians Soni Quot trouble and labor to comply with her i Hes. We were at la summoned to enter and nothing a visible t it the Low in which Tho victim wan to get and the to 1 operators. Or. A a Lviv is a Mau not Over thirty five with a my i Eye blonde head and Raber kind expression of face. Pro. B>1 is about sixty with prominent hooked note Small Gray, and of less than t let Indium height. It May Nave been the Circum stance but in looked to me the us w Ideal of a inquisitor of the Spanish inquisition Well deserving the title Given him in Paris among medical men of the Butcher Quot on account of Bis terrible and frequent operations. Poor Clara was obliged to Ait on a Low chair with her Back bared and she want through the operation Quint enough but with her face Pale and rigid As m Irble. The Only evidence beyond this was the pitiful trembling of Ber poor Little bands. Be spoke calmly however requesting me to hold her Bead not Ber hands As she eat looking up at me a if to read in my face what was going on behind Ber. I believe i suffered the More of the two. Then or. Belying lit Nia Furnace and toe roaring of the lame that waa to beat the Iron to a White beat in a few sea ads we dreadful to Bear and while this waa going on prof. Ball marked with a Pencil the line the Iron waa to follow on either Side of the spine. Every touch of the Pencil sent a thrill through the delicate Frame of the poor victim but the pro Leasor bad scarcely ended making the Pencil Marks when with a Laah the Iron was applied. It waa dreadful. The we the Point seemed to sink an Inch in the quivering torm with the sickening sound of burning Flash but beyond a writhing of the body accompanied by deep Beavy breathing. There was no response not shriek not a sigh or groan. The doctor bad nearly completed his dreadful task when Clara suddenly starting no cried out in s voice that even moved prof. Balt my Ood i oar Mot Cam Mot rear it. It was All Over however and do you know she helped replace her clothes after the wounds were dressed and walked calmly Down to the Carriage. The doctors said it was a wonderful exhibit of serve. Fine is quite prostrate to Day and suffers from a violent pain in Ber Bead but the doctor says it la All right and be will be up and will » kit a. I forgot to say that be was urged to Bave the operation performed while under the inf Laen e of Chlorn Loren but positively refused. Mince writing the above. Or. Barker of new York who happens to be Here on a Al if has been Pillad in consultation Ellb prof. Ball end or. A Luln. I will write you to i suits As Yoou As 1 Bear to. Yours Prees a doing All ate can to win Back her Way id popularity. It be now pretty Genera j ally and Erawood that the Napoleons took away with tilt a in one shape or another about 190,000,000 and that they have since Apont a greater part of Thia Money in politics intrigues for their restoration. They have maintained and Are probably still maintaining wholly or in part about forty newspapers in Franco and other countries Bat their funds have lately Beer running Short and they Are now trying to do whatsoever la to be done by condescension instead of hard cab. M. Paul de car Wagnac the Champion of the fallen Empire is also particularly courted both for his pen and bin sword. But the exercise of the latter Bas been recently circumscribed because two journalists sets bed to the editorial department of the rep oblique Francois m Gambetta is paper pass All their Dava in Prault bldg fencing for the avowed purpose of taking m. Paulus life. Uia duels therefore Bave not lately Ben to frequent a they formerly wore. A Tew of the Napoleons gathered round the widowed Empress and Ber son on the 15.h inst., and the Young Prince addressed them with considerable tact and political ability. Hgt said should the people some Day recall me to Power i will Force ail honest men to rally round the Empire by erasing from the French language the words exile a and proscription. If it could Only be known whale sons 1 have Learned from the past what resolutions 1 Haya drawn from experience of the events which passed und a my own eyes it would be seen Bow Well i understand that 1 must Only look backward for example and teaching but not for objects of vengeance and bitterness. A great people is not to be governed by hatred and these Are Brave words full of fair Promise and it is Only to be hoped that the priv e will act up to Hia principles should he Ever have the Chance to do to. The North american Loafer the flight to fire Island. The emf if. Caa Xii of tub is caul Rahily for Powers. The Paris correspondent of the new York Herald writes that he Empress Eugenie and her Bod ire receiving email and select parly at their cast to of Brenenberg where they Are passing the Boll Days. The party Coa Parkes Sere ral journalists and the pm two species of the beast. Of axes of Yocono Thi Kvis prowling for Pkt the oent8kl Corner Loafer am tub in sultry of women they All fear the police. The Brooklyn eagles essay on Corner loafers is so True to life that several extracts Are selected for the Sentinel readers who will readily recognize the picture the Corner Loafer is generally s Man from High Een to Twenty five. A belongs to one of two classes. He is either a thief or a mls guided thong Bales youth who de votes Hla Leisure to parading Bis worst qualities and succeeds in disgusting every respectable citizen who crosses Bis path with his Rookie blasphemies and Itu purus the first class prey on the populace Lur Money or its equivalent the Aeo Ond clan lit in wait to in ult modesty and to ensnare innocence. Both classes Are vicious Aud abominable but the latter despite their Gay plumage Are the fouler Aud More desperate harpies. The so Echt Loafer. As soon As darkness settles Down upon the City the slums vomit Forth these vermin and they Aby around so Rue favorite Corner generally the site of somehow rum shop and await an Opportunity to ply their calling. Sometimes they boldly assault a passerby and Rob him openly but their usual course a for one of their number to pick a quarrel with an intended victim and than for the whole Force to fall upon him under pretence of resenting an injury or an insult and having mauled and bruised him to relieve him of All the valuables to May posses. All of this Cla its carry knives and they use them without Belte Tion when occasion arises. Having secured the plunder they vanish into alleys and by streets with the agility of italian brigands and the police Hunt in vain for the perpetrators of the outrage. This rises do not insult women that is not their it would subject them to annoyance from the authorities without any profitable re Salto. They my be easily recognized thy Are dirty in their apparel. They dont we a collars. Many of them Aff Aci Blue flt nol undershirts and nearly Ai of them Wear Klc tight pantaloons with Bell Bottoms. Among theme Oliss each one is ambitions to a considered Augu Listana clog dancer. They can he seen practising under the lamp Post shuffling and flipping their feet or wrestling and sparring in angles the admiration of Small to is who Hope by and by to be Corner Loafer thou Elvea. The Loafer. Ties Pond class of loafers have yet to be dealt with. They Are Well dressed and Mere a the pity some of them Are attractive in Tfir appearance. There swell with the bold bad stare of lick Tiou Nesa Aud vice and there is the smooth faced beginner smoking Bis first Cigar and trying to put of to airs of manhood and profligacy. Between these there Are Yon Tbs of Sil Ages and positions. They Are a lived with More or less taste. They Wear their sunday do he for Moat of them Are clerks and Yoang men at work All Day and when night come on they Rig out in their brat and Betake them saves to the favorite Corner. Their pastime consists in making not always flattering remarks on to female sex and in giving utterance to insulting remarks intended to be Beard by the parsers by. Manv of these Young ruffians will audaciously walk by the Side of an unprotected girl and whisper insulting proposal into her ear. As a class these genteel Corner loafers Are utterly despicable and Merit the Moat severe punishment. They Are cowards Tor they cast to salts on those who can not resent them. Of an Ordinary school boy with Planck and a club they would fight shy but a Little 12-year old schoolgirl would be a legitimate target for their shafts of insult. Eternal vigilance of the police required. There ought to be a remedy for this state of things somewhere. The thieves dear ont when they see the policeman coming and Only return on hts getting out of sight. The greatest Loafer sited still and Bra so tout. Many of them Bave relatives or friends who Are in with the Ward politicians and they dont fear arrest. Others of them if arrested will pay a Tine and go on their old beat again the same night. One thing is certain the one close dont assault end riot within sight of the police and the other class refrain from insulting passers by when an officer in near _ a lady who was staying at a hotel in Connecticut last week awoke one morning and found Ber hair lying on the floor and Nea by a pair of scissors. Be was very much frightened and rushed ont into the Ball screaming. Her friends gathered around her and on calmness being restored and reason set to work it was thought be must have got up in the no get in hot a sleep the of Dace Beselt be bad Long Black bar which was the admiration of Hor friends. A fitting Retreat for the president. Str axe of the pm a Luab in Laws or Houtos Motky am makes a loan he Chian had personal appearance the following is from the new York mar enry end cautiously tells its own Story strange rumours Are whispered around in Federal offices As to the causes that led the president of the United states to leave Long Branch fora few Days last week. Heard Ida b other in Law collector Casey of new of leans arrived in this Day Friday morning froth the nations sea Side capital and alter a Brief visit 10 the custom Bouse they left for fire Island where they remained until thursday morning. It is said 1 at he waa induce 1 to make to Trp at the imperative request of i relatives and a few of Hia personal adv Ere who thought they saw symptoms of 111-Neas that demanded immediate attention. The report As it is told by persons in authority is to the effect Itiat be was on the verge of a dangerous attack and that it a absolutely necessary to remove him from Long Branch Lor a few Days to give Bim an Opportunity to recuperate and keep the Public truth hearing of his condition brother in Law c Tsey is known to Bave Strong influence in curb lug Hla tend Entea and he Walt selected As the most suitable c0mpaxiox to take Cuba inc of him and attend to Bis recovery. Fire Island on the Long Island coast which is a secluded ont if the War place Little frequented by visitor excl leading Republican politicians a chosen As the Best p Ace to take him where his condition would be most Likely to escape the observation of every one not accustomed to the sight. There is a club Bouse of the Island to which collector Arthur the Hon. Tom Murphy and other Dinini traction lights Beloi g. Ilia know Austbo Oriel Al club has ample a onto Darlous Tor anyone in an exhausted mental state to recuperate Bis Fanchie. Collector Calt a started quietly fur the City with the president but alter reaching Ber be found that by Hadnot enough Money to pay to expenses of the trip. In this dilemma the collector thought that collector Arthur would be the proper person to apply to for a loan. He went to the custom Bouso with Gen. Grant and found that men. Arthur had not returned from his vacation. Or. Lydecker was the acting collector and collector Case made known to to Bim Ibe financial embarrassment of my Elf and the president and asked for a loan of ?250 for a a or two. The Money was promptly forthcoming from or. Lydecker a pocket and with it collector Ca by and Bis tent resumed their journey a it fire Iamond. They stayed there a Day Aud a half when the president insisted on returning and All the persuasions of Hia brother in Law Cun id Dot Rudure him to remain Lunger. He got Back hero thursday noon and went direct to in t new potato twice. His App Narana there was i it Soly noted. He wore an old toll Bat that looked As if it bad been badly used and the Linen duster which be bad Over his Black coat waa rumpled and dirty. His Linen also was not Over clean. When he entered the postmaster byte Tooru he we mistaken Lor a office Keener and collector Casey had to make Bis name known. No one recognized him by his face from the picture Token of him a Tew years ago. The president was shown through the different Dej Art Menta in the Poe Teffice and introduced to Tai various superintendents. He Shook hand with them and stroked his Chin but did not say a word. The Only person to addressed waa the postmaster. He said to him How do you do on being introduced Aud Ter seeing the Post Offlee he exclaimed Fine building Quot and taking Hia and Good the president returned to l of Branch the same Day. The follow log Telegram from Long Branch yesterday la significant in connection with the above tory i consequence of the extremely Bot weather Here the president Aud lat nil. Ill not return to the executive Tau scion so Early As intended a few weeks of Stringtown and All the denizens of oat Lilli Village had been cordially invited to the present and participate in the of Tiv Itie that were to follow the Lappy ceremony about 7 Oclock the Nappy couple it vim Panold by their Vaaj Taou Aud the to members of the family left to Bouse of the Bride and came to the City where Bev repaired to Ibe Reald Enco 01 Robert Barnes esq., in Lamasco and Srere joined together for better or for worse by a Clergyman of the methodist Church. After the Oerr Mony the newly married couple left for the Home of the Bride in Stringtown where they arrived about 8 30. And where Tho fes us Utica were to close with a reception and Ball. About Thia Lime they wore met by a party of Yorro men who were armed with All conceivable manners of musical instruments and in a Short while the air waa rent wit i the music and Din of a Charivari. The Driver of the vehicle or. Louis Schlamp became alarmed at the noise and expressed a fear that Bis horses would take fright and ran away. Upon this two of the guests offered to quiet the noise until the horses were made secure and with 1 hat intention started toward the sen Enders. The hum and Buzz of Hearty and Well meant congratulations offered by the guests in the House formed a strange contrast to the noise and uproar of the Chari Varing party who occupied a Posi Tion in the Road near the House. To noise from the Road became louder and louder and the request made by the guests for a snort respite from the Din was unheeded. Several of the serenade were armed with pistols and guns which they were tiring Oft at interval in the music. Among those who were Titis by equipped was Jack in Gehrandt who bad been one of the Foremost of the party. Raining his loaded pistol be Calle » upon the others for one lat shot after which they were to disperse and he himself nude preparations to fire. Th9 Ball he intended to shoot far above the Heads of Bis comrades went beyond its Mark however tur Apon its discharge a Comrade named John Hessmer dropped to the ground dead the shot of Inge Bramlit i having taken effect in i brain. The dead uan was taken no and carried to the House Othia father where the sorrow of Hla family waa pitiful to behold. Word was hurried Back to the wedding Patty of to awful event and the effect of Tho announcement was electrical. It fell like a pall upon the Joy and mirth. There was no More feasting and the wine lingered Ani touched in the Glass. The Little Village soon knew of the cat Strophe and hastened to the Bouse of or. mrs. Bessemer to which place the remains of their son had been conveyed. Friend poured out their it input by upon the nut ii ibo deprived of a member As or def Iilva As though by a Shaft or i from heaven. The father or. John Hes Amer sr., b n been a Reddout of this local a y for Over 30 a an and enjoys the respect of Alt. No blame is attached to the i it of who did the shotting and both be and his victim Are Only about sixteen years of age. But the le»9nu of Tho reckless use of firearms As illustrated in the calamity should Over be forgotten. More about the could not with our wider View Bare the Idem of the Ood of an thin or of the reformed. Science in astronomy has pushed Back apace in geology duration White the my Croe Cope enlarge our sense of detail until our souls Are lost in wonder at the thought of a god rating so great a universe yet to exact in every trifle and we worship a deity a thousand times greater than that of oar forefathers. The Green county murder. Particulars of tub Hor Kiuly affair. The Bloomfield Democrat makes a statement of the abominable murder of a citizen near Bloomfield which a the dire Trout of whisky revolvers and la Solute Habito. It is a terrible Syrino i on last thursday Nigut the 2-i in»c., several Young me George Boultz Daniel leu Iwu Atid Jehu Chipman had been to a dance some six Miles norths stot this Pic and it seems that Cuip mans Oriole bad been broken or some person bad Cut it at 1 at when lat a arrived oppose to the stable of d w. Hutchinson a half Mike or so from the dance on their return Home Chipman halted and swore he. Was going to have a bridle but of Hutchinson stable. Those with him tried to persuade him not to go in but be persisted Aud Hutchinson bearing the creaking noise of the table door when it opened got up and we Loul Bis wife Gold Wun Bim and going into the stable and finding Nina person there be demanded to know what waa wanted and the Steilow replied it is none 01 your do business whereupon Hutchinson took bold or his Arm and the fellow fired a revolver. The Ball took effect a Little above and about two or two and a Balf inches to the left of the umbilicus passed through the Wall of the Abdomen through the Coats of the Abydos Texal Aorta and lodged in the third Lumbra Vertebra alter which Hutchinson walked some ten Steps or so exclaiming ism shot and killed and fell dead the fellow making his escape. On arriving where Lehman and Bonito were he remarked i dont know whether i killed him or not i shot him on Friday Yaboni 12 Oclock George Boults came to town and made a state Lieut of the facts and a writ was sworn out for Chipman and Constable Alexander and Steve stale in started out in of arc of Bim. And about Bai Palt it 12oclock returned with him in custody having found him at work on the Road. He waa Token before enquire Lehman and the charges were read to Bim. After being asked As to Hia guilt or innocence be replied if i did it i was to drunk that l did not know it. He a then placed in a amp in to await Bis trial before the court of inquiry which a set for 1 Oclock p. M. Of saturday at which time Bis attorney or. W. U. Burk waved an examination until die setting of the circuit Coart and the prison to was remanded to Jusli without bail. Fruits of Folly. A Toung Max killed at a we Dixo a abominable Pau Nick. The Evans Kle courier of Friday the 10th instant gives be sad results of a custom which at Best is a disgrace to civilized society one of the Moat painful accidents to Bave Ever been called upon to chronicle by which a Gay and Happy wedding party was it to one of ilm pwt gloom and Enow transpired in Stringtown last evening. The particulars of the sad affair a we Learned Ibeair irom or. Louts sell amp who was an Eye Watnes of the fatality Are about ii follow Lut digit Wie Ibe time get Lor the Celebration of the nuptial a of or. Fritz he i am p and Bla betrothed Mlea Louisa triad Viiu bold parties Are reai4ent the red ruv1pü3. In the wb3nu used and a thrashing dispatches have gone Over the country about some Troubie at Warsaw which an not altogether Correct. The Northern Indi Anlauf makes to following statement of the Case which is probably Correct for several Days there has been a Story current tha John Reed living South of town one Day inst week killed a Man by the name of Jolo. On saturday evening we interviewed or. Reed and the following a Nia Story which we think 1» probably True the Man Jones had been working for Bim for some time boarding at bin Honse. Jones Isa married Man having a family in the neighbourhood. Of tuesday morning a son of Reed who slept up stairs in a adjoining room to Jon it and to covered the latter asleep in bed with Bis two Sisters. One of Tho daughters of Reed is an invalid and had been very sick during the earlier part of the no get and the family bad a amp on up w the her. Some time after Midnight Scheutt an easier and writ tool Kip and alter be became quiet the other sinter Laid Down with her clothes on across the let o of Tho bed and went As she Saya o sleep Jones then came into the room Aud was found by the brother of to girls in the position spoken of before. The brother at ooch in torched his father and be at one Rau up attire making a Good Deal of Racket. This awakened Jone a a he beat a a to Retreat from the room. When keel reached Bim he was Busy getting of Hia Pantaloon. Red without any ceremony knocked Iran Down and struck him ssh Oral times amur to fell. He berged piteously and the sick daughter Lecain much excited and roed Delsied and went to his room to dres. As soon As he left Jones made his escape and Baa kept somewhat Shady Aluce though he i not a nobly Hurt. There is some excitement about it but the general feeling is that used did about what any other person would have done under a like Provo Caron. _ _ Tho circuit court judge Franklin presiding Bas a docket full of business190 civil and 30 state cases. Many of the civil cases inv Olyo Beavy litigation Aud will require much time to conclude them. The warred Humy Indianapolis journal com Pany libel Alt Reata at closed issues and a aet Down for trim on the 16th judicial Day of this term. Many liquor Appeal cases from the commissioners court Are crowding Lor trial. Much time will be spent on them As All applications to sell liquor in Martinsville and also in Morgan county will be fought through to the outer end. A great Cloud of witnesses bang about the court House ready to testify pro or con in the Sai Donatic Cue from Morgantown. Toese beverage vendors will Bave a Bard time As judge Franklin a known to be fearfully Lorenat whisky. Alert. The new York correspondent of the Boston saturday Gazette has been interviewing Friend of Algernon Charlee Swinburne now in this country from whom some in the Retting and heretofore unpublished fact in the life of the poet were obtained. Or. Swinburne was born in London in 1837 Auu entered Oxford in 1857. He come of a Noble family la a Republican in politics and of the Church of Baku Ana Shelley in religion a sort of clarify a nah diem. He is fond of very Young and very old people. Of his poetry he ranks Hertha Quot Bis Best As a mingle piece. The larger part of Bis time 1» passed at Hie residence ii i word Henley on thames. He Baa written ten volumes both prose Aud poetry in the past ten years Mua Basalo Fejgl Hatield of Terre haute read Law Wilb the firm of Allen it amp Mack and waa admitted to the bar ibis week by con ent. The Yoang lady a a graduate of the University of Mill gun and me big lit other ambition Bis Ever been the the profession of Law. The evening of Zutte desc Riban her As she appealed in court be applying for admission to the Bir about to Venty iwo years of age wean Ber hair abort Baa red creeks Blue Eye and Bas a Han Dionne Bat Strong face. Be was dressed in a Plain neat Black Ilik suit which seemed o bang Loos but Graceful being Cut after some style of the dress reformed 4sherman criticises his critic. Another interview with the hero of the March to the sea or still a taxes by his memoirs and dob1 not contemplate revision he a risks to a question of Frivol Job. While at the Rockville reunion d. S. A., Indiana correspondent of the Cincinnati Gaggle took occasion to subject Sherman to an interview with the subjoined result he greeted me cordially and very soon his memoirs became the topic of conversation. At once he began berating general Boynton the gazettes Able Washington correspondent Moat Oun oly and assured me be did t care if i conveyed to him hts words. You Bave read general born tone criticisms then Quot i remarked. Quot of yes everyone carefully and i assure you he Don t know what he is writing about. He shown he melt to be s most pro find ignoramus so far a military movements Are concerned. I was surprised that a Man of i ability could show Bim Seii it of to such poor advantage. But the fact is he is trying to whip Gen. Howard Over my Quot but i noticed in the Gazette s Washington correspondence yesterday monday morning that you contemplated revising your Book Aud bad written certain officers promising to Correct some errors. Have Gen. Boyn tones criticisms induced you to do so 1 have not thought of getting out s re Vised edition. In Twu or three instances i have got the Nam a of officers confined. For instance i have written Beard when it should be Ward. Similar this Skes have occurred elsewhere the result of Hasty proof Reading except in one inst Auoe Aud then 1 wrote the name wrong. These errors will be corrected in the next edition by simply cutting out the wrong name from the stereotyped plates and inserting the Correct name in Type. Or. Appleton tells me that Telb can be easily done ont i shall not Chaoe a single sex Tkac e. A yet i know of none to change. The Book is meeting with a Large Sale much larger than i had any reason to anticipate and Adverse criticisms especially such criticisms of or. Boyn tones Bave aided rather than reduced the How Many copies Bave been sold Quot i dont know. I keep no account of the Sale. The publisher have entire control of that. But i Aiu told the sales Are steadily increasing. Quot have you bad any correspondence with Gen. Logan since the publication of the Book a of yes. Some of his friends think i Apke Slig tingly of him but i did t. I told the truth. He was Audia a politician Aud when it became necessary to select n successor to poor Mcpherson i thought it Best to select one who was a by profession and not by Accident. Our whole future depended on this correctness in All tiling of his military record. Logon was Abr Cut from Bis command Ollen. Once or twice he was canvassing in Illinois. This was All Well enough for Bim. But it was t Tor me. Upon wlm i or. Lincoln and Tho country placed the to Ponsi Brilty of carrying out our plans Succes Lully. A corps commander always Ougler to be at his Post. When not engaged in Battle he is needed cd for a month before going into be m Ould have an Eye upon everything. Fur t get a reasons i selected Howard instead of either Logan or Blair. I did not write my i ook to eulogize any one but in speaking of my reason for selecting Howard i waa Quot impelled to give my True reas in which 1 did. Personally i Bave a High regard for Gen. Logan. Hers a Good Man and was a Brave Earnest offic a and one of to finest looking fellow i Ever saw on horseback. What i have said about him in my Book is a a Tolly not to Bis injury and í do not think be regards it so. Our relations Are very pleasant. Quot Are they so with Gen. Grant so Loros i know. They were the lost time to met. What do you think of gee. Giants criticism on your Book s9 published in the papers eight or ten week ago to what one do you refer i Bave aeon but one a a i answered and in that it is said be closed your Book alter Reading it remarking heretofore11hough i bid something to do with the conduct of the War but irom Sherman is Book 1 find i did no Quot i dont believe Gen. G rant Ever said anything of that kind. It Isnit like did you Ever resume Friendly res thous with Secretary Stanton after the a Cut at Washington on the Day of the grand review of the troops Belore be Tod we were very Friendly. To saw he had Mude a mistake Aud apologised. And our Friendship was restored to Anion was Aubi loue. During the War in was determined to of non amp a tha South and he did everything to a comply it in i purpose. But when he saw we had them in our clutches a begin costing about Hisiu to Sec who was is popular or a Likely to be the next president As be was. Lie fully intended to succeed Lincoln in 18ti3. The thought never entered Bis mind that Grant wanted or would Lake it and be determined to break me Down. 1 did not know that was his intention when he visited me soon after my arrival at Savannah but i Learned it to alter Ward and was of Tny guard. The soldiers knew it Loo. And when i stepped onto the platform in Washington on the Day of the review every Eye we upon me to see if i Bod the grit at each a time to resist such an insult. I believe Stanton respected Ine More for it and ism sure the boys did. I mentioned Tny trouble Wii him in my Book simply because it waa a fact in Tbs hit tory of the War. Had i ignored it 1 should not have been True to the purposes which i intended the Bock to Subserve. It would Bave been tar More agreeable i assure you to have made no mention of it. The same is True in regard to selecting Howard instead of Logan or Blair. Personally i preferred not to give my reasons but the very nature of my Book compelled me to do to. Quot you wrote most of your memoirs in Washington did you not i asked. All of it there. What first suggested such a work Quot the need of it. While to Europe several officer and gentlemen asked me to publish an account of my campaigns and in this country i was repeatedly urged to do the same thing. The history of Many movement and engagement was unknown and Ibe future historian would be oblige d to rely on files of newspapers. Many of i Here article were Uekes Burlly imperfect. My idea the restore was to give a Correct outline of movements and the reasons which led to them. Most of these Reaa Oua no one knew or could know but Nisei a. I conceived t pm and retained them except As they became apparent through my orders. It was not Ray intention to write s of the wer or that part of it in which i was immedi Tely Mere ted. I bed neither the Timo nor probably the ability. I to stated in the or place. But there Ero Many people who profess to be professional critic it seem who never look at a preface. In i have been Mamed for omission a and other supposed error which the scope of my to k was not to include. The general talked very freely Lor upward of a Hoar. He said be had me to Rockville because it was r ear St. Louis and waa too entry town. Out it More than one Hundred similar Inelta clods be bad been obliged to decline ail but Hose of Rockville Utica n. Y., and de Musoe Iowa. In october be Debould take Atrip into the Indian country and would have no Opportunity to be present at reunions held in that month. He enjoyed being with the boys but preferred attending reunions bib were held in the Woods and Groves. A City waa the poorest place in the world Lor Ucb a gathering _

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