Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, November 03, 1858, Image 1
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VtaVIXO removod his office to tho new dwrl II I in 2 on Second street, will promptly answer I it- sional cat' as heretofore. JiS. n. ( illlUlltR. I. TtST rARKIMI.lt A TIT, Attorneys at I.hw H L'lcarlield, Fa., will otthd pruinptly to Col- riiuus, Land Acnoioa, iKC Lahd Acnoioa, ic, Ad., in ( lu'iirliold, Cootro ami llk coiiiiiks. July .10. y JOHN TIIOUTMAN rjTILI. continues die business ul ('liuir Mukini:, nuil House, Sign ami Ornamental Painting, ut U&e ibp formerly i-ciiiied liy Truutninn A Kowe, the ens' on ' ol .Market street, it short distance sent of Lii'o t'oiimlry. Juno 13, Isii. rlt. i-LOUta; W lll respectfully giv. ill uotice that he lias resumed tlio Practice L :Hritie. iiti.i will promptly attend to all t-a 1 1 ti ,n e prolesMnn. l.utnorsuurg.Ap I l, lo.ai. THOMPSON, IIARTSoCK N CO. run l-oiiiidci., Cui" eubvillf. An extensive assortment ol Castings made tu oidere lice, it, I Jul. L. JACKSON CUANS, A ltd HNKY AT LAW, office ft.'i.,iniue lis itst-toiice uu riocuud Street, Clua,. ..j. 1 i. .'uiie 1 IS54. 11. I rilOMl'SON, 1)0) sic lull, uiuy lie found uither at bid I'ttuc al Scolield'n tiolcl, t'urwunevillf, Hheu i.o Vioti nimaillj uIim.ui. iki;. 2U, Isjl FIlliDKUK K AKNOLh, Miicliaiit ami Produce Dealer, Luther:. biirjj Clearfield cnuiity, l'a. April 17, IS52. KLLIS 1KU IN ,V SONS, VT the mouth of Lick Kun, live miles from .l I H'li'lll VI S I j J - IV. ,1 111-tU, .14 It V 1. .1 .1 A - J, MUU Al'lilMVC V, luuiW'turcrs of Lunihur, f Jul) 2:!, IS52. j J. D. THOMPSON, ) ai lisinitli. Waj?on, Uut;i;ies, teM Ac, ironed ) on slmrt notice, and the very best style, ut hii liil stand in the borough nt turn vu'tville. iLicc. 2'J, IttjX H. M. OOllst, having rhangeil his locn li in from Curnensvillo to Clearfield, res- J iUuliy infers his prolusMonal services to the liiensol'lhe latter place and vicinitT. Kfniiluiice oil Second street, oppui4 it o! I Crsus, Erq. my Ii6. WM. 1. CIIAMliEKS. I sARUIES on Chairmnkini, WbeclwriL-lit, and V hou.e aud Sin paint njt nt Ciirwensi'ille, flesr'Ji Id co. All onion promptly utiemieu to J."i. 5, Ibbi. lit. H . C lllli;i,I. having located as kylerlown, tenders Ins prolcs.-ioual service, toeciiuens of Morris and the adjuiniiK town- p. Ilo will alwavs bo tuuiiil at the residence i thin, Kylvr, when not professionally eiinged. May 21, 1S56. A. T. SCHUYVEK. HAS ri-Miuicd the priictico of medicine, and ill alleud promptly to ul I calls in his pro f 'Mion, l y day or nilit. Hesideiire opposito the JlmhodUt chu eh. May 4, IS58. fi uios. JOSEPH I'ETEHS, hirinx of the Pfwr, Ciincnixctlc, 1'rnna. DVI3 door east of Montclius A Ten Kyelt Store. All huiness enirusted to him will I" promptly attended to, and all instruments o f Jritinn done on short notice. Msrch, 81, 1858. y. mm ..s, ...U 31 UEaTfr' An jAwk f, tiIp fvirw t . V AN J; Tl, 0i T1IL .Lutl.er.burg.cWe J. L. CUTTLK, , 4 tloniey at Law and Laud A cent, offie' ill. t'ljoiuins; hii residsnce, on Market stree iwiieit March.;;. I " . " A. It SHAW. RETAILKK of Foreign and Domestic Merch. Milite, Shawsville, Clearfield county, l'a. i-ville, August 15, 1855. 4 LL friends of Imbicilc l.nd t r.Eii.it-iiisnr.ri 'a lliLhRES. Pleas .nREH. Please procure circulars gratis of unnatural tragedies which luvs ever occur Dr. U<ltUK IlllOWN. Burro, Mass. rpJ ,, eU (ook lhl at tllo m;lll. HJBA HOTEL, JAYNES VILLE, PA IB8 ahore Hotel, having recently been fitted J ff a house f entertnininent, is now open theaoc mmodution of the public. Travelers 111 lad this a convenient bouse. Msy 1, 18i8) -on.N JORDAN. pi.ATr.RISIO, Tho subscriber, having oraie,! nimsellln the borongh of Clearfield tT'li1"4"11 ,n,t,u,,,,a that he Is prepared to wort In the above lino, from plain foornamen- Zr"lfJ,wmr'm''"- -w Wnttewajihln-- .nH a iH ...i oner and on reasonable terms. L EDWIN COOPER. ''"t-tld, April IT, 1887. 'y. 4 D. O. CROUCTC Ofle la CurwsnivllU. May Cliarfiito' kpMieati JUbctlh nrous. Death of an Eminent Chinaman Tl. I i ... I1IU H II II I 1 II I' 1 II ' I 1 j ' . t.- i ,... . . i. , i.. from the j!en of Fletcher Web-ter, whose uu sun nine l iirlie c wn I diplomatic exiicr'cnee in Chin i civps j weight to his statement, vindicating the iiH'iiwi'v of Aoviiiir ThiM statesman has been it. bad odor ev-' k,n"cko'1 in-eiwiblH at the first bl iw. and t since his rejiiils.. I,v the Allien at Toiii-1 W' '"'e 'lk,ly l, fro,n ""'ir '"J11"' Tsin. ami their allied exhibition to him '., n,ur,1,'r r tlu' c,in ,0 " '-'i- ofhiH letter found nt Canton, in which ho 'J-' V'," lW SP''Vll"t plrU' ul"' b,'m'(i , boasted of his success in deeeivininhnin in , tll0m ln m-nner. -""of his sisters, lMUan.ll.s41, though we are not uwaro that there is anv otl.er ,u,tl,pii (, tl lilt..... 1 ...... 1' ,. , m"""" mnu ieiifr iroin r.ngusii cor respondenn of Londo;i Journals'. From (he Ration UmrU'r of CV. I?,. The latent fercipi arrival brings the in tellk'enee of the death, bv order of the .....v ,,,, lllul ( (.rv uisuiiiiumi- cu Hiaiesinan ana Uiplotn ilist. Keying. It may seem Kiiijuhirthatoiie of hisaiilipo - des.should desire to pay a tribute of respect to his meiuorv. but Hie writeinl' lli.'se liiws had the honor of knowing hini nersnallv and of heeinu him on occasions of national interest and importance, as well as socially and us he was the negotiator, on the part of the Chinese, of our iir-t treaty with tiiat f-'overnmeiit, a idit'ht sketch of him iiiav not bt uipriierestiiiir to Americans. ive iiv , nt tlie time ci his Ueulli, must have been about theiifie of seventy. When he met tlio American iL'a'ien al M.iecao, in 1M1, he iiad the appearance of u n.an past the middle age. ln person ho was lame and Mrongly made, and his face ot a brown hii". with high cheek bones, cave evidence ol his I art iir origin. His man tier was dignified, but at the same time courteous, nnd he had, in a marked degree, the bearing of one used to co um..nd. atid to receive respect and deference, lie was a person of great decision of character. and tho-e pre-ent at hN fi:st business interview with the Ainericin rienipotentiary will never forget the unalterable lirmne-s w th which ho declined all negotiation it the legation persisted in repairing to Pe k ill . His fate. bv the wav, is a remarkable , fulfilment of n prophesy which hi. made : on that occasion. It being represented to him that if we did not go to l'ekiu the French ini-son would, he replied that it ' we did t g and the Fieneli mission iliJ, he would agree to have his head cut. oil' accompany tm ihe words with the gesture I drawing li:.s hand across his throat. Tueie are two parlies at the Court of IV k i ii : the one consisting of the ob fashion ed. strict exclusionists, and the. other of tho-e who favor a more free and open in-lercnur.-c with foreign nations. To the la'ter party Keying belonged. He iv..s sent to negotiate the treaty w.tli Sir Il"n ry I'otiinger. when nt hist the Imperial Court a. forced to treat : he was sent to Mr. Cashing, when thy reeollecti in of their late calamities induced lh" Chinese to eondo'.i end to iinoiher treaty w ith the outside barbarians In n -ktotiuted the c i ty . ith the Fi ench. in.l it seems that he wus sent recently, again to Canton, w hen ! it appear that the Lot rl was oiue more alai uieil by t he progress ot western arms, i used it for his private purposes. The "to try and sootue the barbariii us.' as Ins young man amoni oilier vices, was in the Majesty's proclaim1.: u,n h.fit. and it is I habit of skiving out late at night-', and his doubtless owing to the fact that llnl'icneii father thinking he wns not in the lie-t of mel E dish, by reaching themoath of tue j company or acquiring habits which would river 1 ill i, frightcno 1 to Co i t inio a redound to his credit, reproved him gent sort of snh:n;.s -ion to their demands, and ' ly, and 'e'piostod that he .should come so wounded i s consilium, i r.i-r oganeo, homo earlier an 1 go to bed at it respectable notwithstanding the utteinpl of Keying to j hour. Mr, Oouldv was a highly respeea soolltc the.ui, tlnit he has been put to death ' ble and wealthy citizen, he bein a retired by way of .-atisfying the injured d guity of ' t fm : up re. Ills ei le.nies 'v'ouM readily seize upon any pretext t slnei l them- selves from tin; imperial wrath, and would not he-itutc to represent to the Lmperor that all these insults and mi-f n tuiies were 1 caused by tl c evil councils o! Key iil. ; His is not an uncommon tale. UMth or banishment, or impsisnnuieiil, or dis grace often await '.hose who are in ad vaueeol their age or their country. Keying was greatly enlightened for a , beliive that the young man was ipiiti d - Cliinese. llelma enjoyed opjiortunilien for ranged at the time of committing the aw learning the character and power of f.r- ful doisd. and for the sake of humanity it eign nations w hich no other of his conn- is hoped that such was the case. Th al tryineii had met with, and hii lilihd was , fair cmsed the greatest e'ci'eiue.-.t in the greiit enough to enable hi"- to improve U'per part of the city who:, it becviie them. As a m in of eminent talent and known. vast experience in public atfaii a : of integ- I - rily aud humanily ai his government ut' the two great Canton provinces shows nnd ns a statesman at.d diploniati t of the first rank, entertaining the most liberal sentimeuiH ot any K.i..wn high Chinese ot-, fieinl r Ins ida.tli. ill tins tune, is a. ere.it . ',. . - l"M , ",S co,,,urv' IT' " "h- " , , much to sav, a real loss to tue world and th of civiKzation an 1 en.ightene.1 and.prosi-erous international inteieomse. ! Frishtful Traeedv ir Hew York. A SON ATTEUl'T-S Tj KILL 1IM KATUCR, MUTll- EH, UKOTHER ANU HISTBRR -PR0IIAIII.E IlEATU OF MOST OK THIS VICTIMS -SL'IlfE- grtxT sticioB or run miruerer. One of tho most bpriible, bloody and sion of Mr. Francis Oouldy, 217 West 30th street, nbout 10 o'clock on Tuesday night and assurance of r ic.Ii an -mielioratiou. Octobti Utith.J From what can be us-1 Not that wn did n n know it alrcmly bv cerlaincd ut tin- lime of writing, it appears 'common report. There have been evi that r.rithcis A. fiouldy, a young innn 19 ; denees of it. from time to time, of ate, in rf the irentlemnn various sbapos. It i no ne.vs. we are a'ell ........ v.. ... . .. -.- first named, returned homo Tuesday night after nil the family haw retired, except Ins lather, the i itter oi whom let mm in when the bell wai rung. The young acted rather strangely, and at once ceeded np stairs to his room, when i. man iiro- where he took off his coat and Wits. Re.ng in hit) stocking feet, he seized a heavy hatchet in hii right hand and cautiously went below. Creeping into the sleeping room where his father ana mother rere ileepinjt, the votith dealt hit fathor a powerful blow on in our columns a few days eince, bore a tj thhed with the hatchet, which aplit hisjl'le testimony to th earn gratifying la?t. EXCEI.SInl;. CLKAUKI KM), PA. VKDKs), NOVK.MHKI5 3, mn. (skull. The deadly w-npn then fell with j tremendous force upon the head of Ins ugod mother, fracturing tho skull ami lac I onitinr her face most fright full v. Thin fiend in humane shajw then entered Him r!0m w,u're J"8 hvo ywunr brtr hers wetc 1 ;' ",m "llullk llllm ,ll"w w'--Hio hatch t still recking with the .moon n rue parents nio nrolhers were or)0, " v'!,r,s ol a t," n,l"'r n,-,"11""" "l monins OKI, were in mi itli. i room, anu on account ot not leavinu i! th(Mr lives wero aved, or the desperado either overdooked them or preferred to let them live. After deal ng all tho dead ly blows in his power, the murderer tun up to ins own ro mi ag im, anil placuifr a revolver to hh iit'iui just utiove the r: lit ear, blew lii brains out. The vepoit ,.( 1 the pistol, and an alarm niid. bv s .tne . one. attracted the attention of Ullicers II ill iin.l r,,r,.li,,iw,. 1 1. "lit I, ;,,..i 'Oth precinct. on duty in the iieihhot'lio ul, and they hastened to the spot. Finding the front door barred and bolted, they were tem porarily delayed, but b -ing suti-'iiod from the cries and groans they lu'ard is-uiiii; from diU'erent parts of the house, the io r was hurst open A horrible and siekenini; 1 silit was then presented to tl olheiiN. ' as in the various rooms lay the bleeding anl fully insensible victims Tho ollirers ' managed to learn who the perpetrator of ! the bloody work was and then went to t lie I room nl ymmg fiouldy, whom they found utretched on t hhe. floor ill tho agonies of beath Reside him was a pool of blood and the pistol with which ho had !';". himself, also the fatal h.ttchot an I a iaro carving nife whie. apparent!,- hid u t been used. Capt. Curry was ini'uedia'ely info ined of this mo-it liorribie atl'iir, and went with a posse ot'oiKcers t ) the hou- of Mr touldy. l'iiysi.'i.un were einlc I to attend the victims, an 1 every thin1; possi ble was done by the jinlice and citizens to mitigate the setU'ering ti tue tin fort tina:e people. The doet irs in ni ik ng earn;n i tion, found that Mr. (louldy Intd a e- n pound frnctu e of the skull, nnd his e d-.-t son, a 1 .d some 11 yarn of age, was injured in the sumo n inner. Lar.' pieces o! the skull were taken from e tch head, mid it seems totally impos ble for either father or son to survive, e 'en for a short time. Mrs. (i Mil ly seemstobe in a less dangerou condition, th nigh her recove y is con-id-erel oxlr nely doubtful. It is possible that the voun tost bv. who was rue'; with the hatchet, m ay recover, but his life is in great peril, t'v advice of tin physicians the two servant eirls were re moved to Fiellevue Hospital for treatment. It is thought that they will recover. The causes which led to th s terrible ."llair have not y t been satisfactorily ascertained, al- thouL'h, according to rumor, t he murderer I was hk'hly incensed at his father f hav ' ing undev'nlren to reprove him. It was I umorcd this ( We Inesdav) morning that vo.in ' (iouldv had 1 1 en his father's bauk- ; look without his authority or his consent. and nrawinir money from tho bank had harhwure merchant. Hii son, t he author ol tho bloody work, and whose act has cast such a gloim over the family relations and the community. eniallv, was en- gaged in a hardware store p'thor in I'latt street or maiden Lano. He w is inclined to b- a fist young mm, and with il is ai 1 to have been possessed of a revengeful and malicious disposition. Coroner Hill was notilied, and will hold an in.ptest on f iie. bodv of the murderer. It is charitable to 1 IvrgovKMKN'T or IhEHND. Liverpool a : papers notice the cessation this year of the I great influx of Irish laborers who annually cross tlio Channel to engage in the En- :.,. liu.vr,st. an,l rBI,e therefrom the im i . v.- .i i i. .. proven comuu m oi i:ie irisu pea-sanity. can now b . more profitably occupied !., ,1,,. p,,lt,lr(, nf their own f irms or thos 'tirnel tekC l!ork ((MPwhere. in conniioiHing on this, fact "' Eiverpool Northern T nes says: i hero are harvest fields in their 'land, at their own doors which the- own are calle l upon to reap ; ana the cultivators ot fields are now in a sitution tj ail'ord them such wages for their I ibor as to render it quite unnece 'sary, and altogether undesi ruble, to look for work elsewhere Sure ly, then, there -oust already have been af fected a very marked and substantial i ie- lioration of tho eondit on of Ireland These are among the nntnistakeable sisns aware to lie telling, at this tim of day, of the improvement ot Ireland, nut such a further proof of it as we have now been ad ltieinir and animadverting upon, is Ins terestinT and important notwithstanding not only as presenting a specific attesta tion of such improvement, but. also as il lustrating, very satisfactorily, the way in which it works. The annual returns of Irish agricuhnr- . .. .. ! . : i al statlilics, oi wnicu an aosiracx npponrou Affairs in Mexico. i Tlio U.S. mail stiMiii.shiptjeiierul Rusk, -apt. Smith, arrived !i re this . corning from lh-aos -anluigo, j.i lndiaiiola, with dates from the former jilae. tj the 11th lllst. The Ib'ou'iisviile r'.'.y of I he ins!, has dates trom Victoria to the :.di.h nliien, j from Tiininie,, to ti;,. -j,,,; itnlli un, ' from M.inietvv '. ii.e loth mst Ihem-v, s ciintii-iiis the a .'counts oi a battle bet. veen tie. Conservative-, under Mirunion. and the Li I ., r. 1 -., n Vidaur- li, 111 Wf.ic.'l the latter K .l-li-ille ,1.. I ; ' " loan, . i J i : ill ell w.i.s not on the llt-i . i I. the engagement coinuiehri d, land his army appeals to have been attack jed when least a.uiri dieiiive nnd least pri j pared for an attack. The rumors at llrou-nsi ille w-re t hii t the defeat u,mv lost jl ,,en kilted. IIIIIIM llisoller.s, ;.ud i.'ieir ;ii ti.lei-y j.rov.sious taken, : Vidaut-ri himself, in a de-patch of the !-''! "It., dated Hacienda des Espiuu, i SaiUo. and addressed to the (iovcrner ot ! Leon and Coahuila, acknowledged hi- ih j!"it. The (tonlli.t took place in the vi cinity ol the town o' Ahnalusco, and last ed from the J'dli to the '.hli lilt. I idaun i's dispnteh w.s mitten under the iiiij ression that Ihe defeat was a lota! one : bm an express from Monterey, n .t.i Idate, ol Ihe IMth iut. arrived al M itauio- , ras. ,n the I.'Jth. and reported lhal Vidaor i ri had arrived at Monterey mi the Mh ! did , and that tiie loss su-'tauied by his ,11'ops ivas not so great as was reported at , li. -t. and oniy a portion "f the artillery jntid munitions had been captured bv Mir ) anion's forces, iiidthe Liberal iiriuy hud j made i ticir retreat from the held ol'balile I 111 CO-..J Older. i I lie i-ilii-iul paper of Monterey .--.td'.c : lh U lieneral Vidatirri has already sent or 'dels to the command T at Ttupicu for I'tnot' er pai k of arrtilleiy, whore therein ,a pc ni;. to be had, wiueh will soon be on the field, Mgelher with many lorces that are concentrating ubout Vidatirri, to rc ! new the attack." : . ';,: a. published in Tampico, nith !! i'e of t he ;Jd inst., says thai Col. Uuti'.la ! lupe (j.u dia, who had entirely recover d ibis ieviiih, would-fcleavc on t:n.t day j'ir jtho interior, witli ;i )0 men of iiit.iui.-v ! in 1 .'( pi.-e.-i ot artillery, j l'iie Hi'owii- i.ie tin i of the 'ith inst. I gives soiiie details of tiie preliminary nioV'.sment.s by the two anmcs, previous "o Ithe battle which we above alluded to. J They nl e interestiu;; : I "ie.icial Mn. iiiioti b;i l chteied the city jot Sao Lin-, seeing that it had been left I entirely unprotected by Vid.ui' ri, and lor I tilled hini-clf within. (.h-n.Tal Vidaurri wa ; -til! at Ln I'uriela, eight h-ague-i fioni 'tn Luis, aivaiting the. iirrivui ol tienerals I Llaiii o and l.'orona'lo. who were s ion to join him w;t h : weii cj'iiiipe o; a- i bout :'' hi stron.! I A letter written from Vidauni's eantp j tt'dti -late of toe '.itii ult., states ihu all ;ep;. ss had ,u-l bee, i received there jroni !:ielieral le'ollad . w ith tlie neivs that the j chief had defeated tjiw-auova co'iiplet-. ly, !who was gu n din ;f Ci'iadafiiura, and tnke.i . pos-es-ion of t h.it place, M j'.kuoii had sent out two columns of his troops b force, if possible, two of the ' io.-ition oi Vidaurri, but the-e were twice defeated in their attempt at doing to, los ing thereby all the artillery und ammuni tion that thev had taken out for the attack. Cols. Say as. and A regullin, who, a short time since had left the neighboring State of Tamaulipa with reinforcements, for Vi daurri, ha 1 arrived within lii leagues of Sa.i Luis, with a force ot ldou Tannulipe. cos, well armed and full of enthusiasm, tien. Vidaurri will begin an at tack upon his enemy wit bin San l.ui--a ; s,,ou as hu shall receive all the i einf orceiuents that he expects, and arc .raw reaching hi::i fi.t. It will thus be seen that Mirain n anti cipated Vidaurri'.- attack, and turned the tables upon him. I'ao-iiitss at mi. Saxdwicii Islvni-. If oiif desires to obtain u true jte .ne:ncnt of thf jirogi-e-r.il'' tin. Saiidwicii I -la! ids, da ring the pre.-ciil :eiit,u , from laolat.iiy to Ciiristiauity, from barbarism to u. high idate of civilt.'.ali m, he should carel'ully peruse the two newspapers now published id Honolulu the Polynesian aiidCom'.iiei cial Adrerli-er Allien ,ik well joiutc! and ably oonducted papers. In uddiiiuu to the editol ial and ne'.Va colullitis, he should not forget, of all things, the adver tisements, for they often give the bc.it idea of life and bus.iicsi in the community whore they iiro issued. In tho j it per be fore us, which was jiiinted only two months sinco, we have announcement of jiackets to various jiarts of t!e world ; exjuossus to California, tiie United States and Eu rojio ; of diig'lerrean and anibrotype p d leries ; of a law lei iu of tin- First Jud.ci.il Circuit Court, (Island of O.ihu) ; of the meeting of various Masonic Lodges; Ore gon hams and California cheese lor sale; ol a depot lor lies sale, of forty ditleiciit newspapers jmbli-hed in California, Ore gon, and Washington Territories; jfatos ward of 5?l0l)U for the detection of the jier who robbed the Custom House; of the Hawaiian Law Reports, comjiiising many of the most imjiortant decisions aud rul ings of tho Superior Courts of the King dom during the tn yesis nding with l;"i'j oftlie meetiugol thoHotel Keepe s' Club ; insurance not ices ; billiard tables for sale; and also every Jmaitinal'le comfoit and hi vui'v. including juwe.ry of very kind. A cotF e ilanlation containing fifty thou sand cojeo treci, upon 1909 acre , is otlor ed as a bargain. In fact a complete map of btuy civilized life U furn.shed to the reader. What a change is hero anol all accomplished in the space of fifty years! It is aiso evident that nearly the entire trade of these rapidly advancing i.. lands is with the United States, and y rincipklly from IVton.- (cife-n Jcnrrxil. NKVS- 1) nt o r o ii s . A VOLUNTEER BULL FIGHT. j I remember once seeing, when n lad at eliool, a light beetweell two bulls. Ai lioujli I could not have benn more than !r-'i 1 i-e r,C ,e... t ,., ..,.., (-, , ,1.., , r , i .-nun iiou iiiii i iiir i -pedal It iiai. pened in this wise: ;Cio-e by the school liotiso a very unpi-e. j lending i ihfiee it was -ran a deep and 'lipid r.ver. Vci-o s it had been thrown a (high wooden teidee, the hand-railing of wh.eii time, and the w inds.ainl the weath- er. Lad enlin-lv destroyed. The laud on I the oj po-i'e -ides of ihestreani wjis owned j by dincicnt jiersons and farmed by theui ' re-jiectively. One bright slimmer day I remember it as it were veslcrdavthe hour ot noon had arrived, and a frolicsome, ! iiin--eeking troop of school-boys were let j 1 o.-e iot an hour's recreation. i All id at once tho roaring and bellowing! of two bull.s, that had broken out of their ene!o-ure on each sale ofthe river, attract ed our attention. The animals were not! et in sight of eat h other, but were np- '. ; jiioaching along the highway al a rate ef, .-peed which Would cause them to meet I hear the centre of the high bridge, which i I have d. 'scribed, and beneath which, at some thirty leer, lan the river, between! steep banks. Tlie more daring of us path- i-red along the bridge, lining it, to see the I an' .Cd'Kted ('. lit. We were lnt di.snp j. tinted. Neaiei- ;nd nearer they Hp-j I -n ached, th" pr.'iid, jawing cumbatants. t Uishaii never produced two brulcaol finer aspect. They la-Led their sides with their tail-, they tore the ground with their feel. O' l asioimliy they nelt down, trying to piie thcearth with their horns. And us yet they were concealed, each from the other, by the anient ofthe bridge at either end. Pre-ently nr. they simultAneousIy ns rended tho rerpec'.ivL' ubutmeiits-, they came in fail sight ot each other. The roirs wa unit mil and actually tremendous. Every urchin of us 'prang into tho ti-dds and ran. Finding, however, that wo were not juir-'j -d, e hastily retraced our steps. There tiie were, the ferocious duelists, i',u. iv as sen.-ibly employed as some ol tliefr im nan mii'ntors. Front to front, their horn, locked, every muscle strained, ;:ie were fighting us on ly'tmils trim fight. It s etii.-d to h- an even match. Now one would juv.-s iiis antagonist u few juices, and pre '.-ii 1 v you would hear cpiick, s!i:n j, short sieps, and presently his adversary would be pressed back ill return. The struggling was hard, was long, was sav age. For a while neither obtained un ad vantage. Hitherto they bud been pushing each other lengthwise ofthe bridge; suddenly they beeau to wheel, and in a moment were facing each other crosswise. They were ut li;:iit angles with tlu length of the L.'itge, which shook, and creaked, and rocked again with their tramjiiue und th"ir teiiible strife. It was the worn of a s.tiple moment; one of the beasts I co. iid not toll which one of them, how ever, .is if conciotts of his position, made a violent, n desperate jdungo forward and jh'e-.ved Lisun'agonist back buck back till there Wis but another stepol the ihink behind him between him and nothing! The moment was one of intense interest to us juvenile spectators. Never was the amjihitheatre of Rome the scene of it more e truing combat. Another steji back wark yes, the unfortunate bull was for ced to lake it ! Back he is pressed, and over he goes ! Such a sight I never saw I probably shall never see again. Imagine a bull jiitched hacked ovei a bridge und tailing at lca-t tin. ty feet, olc" and over! lie tut ned once or twice, ju-obably, I thought he turned fifty times, there seemed such a confusion ol horns und feet re olving, li, :ng through tho uir. Rat down he wjiit ; the w.der was deeji, and he disaji ' pe.ired, leaviiig u "'hirlpool of foam 1 o i hind him, 1 1 I m ihing the river undula.e, ; fir and wile with the concussion of his jioiiJi roils bulk. i I'hc u:!:er buil did not laugh merely . be iu-e bill' . as 1 supjiosed, could not. Rut v.e iaugiied and shouted our ajipiaute. 't l. ere .stood the victor, looking directly j down into the abyss below, into which he ' had hui ried his unlucky foe. He stood, I howevei , b ii a moment, and then, an if , frightened at the jiro.sjieel, he began to snort and step backwards. Hack, back, he retreated, w ith his head in the same 1 pugnacious attitude, as when in combat I back still another stejj back and over I he, too, went, on the ojijiosile side of tho ! bridge, performing just so manv ludricious .somersets) as his adversary nad do:i.j r mmule before. It was a scene to remember; and the performance called forth immense ap jilause from the grouji of juvenile ama teurs who witnessed it. In about live minutes both bulls might be seen, well sobered by their ducking, dripping wet, scratching up the steej), gravelly banks, each on his own side ofthe river. "Those bulls will never light uny more," said a boy behind inc. His jireditiou turned out correct: two more jieaceably disjiosed bulls than they were, nver afterwards, could not have been found. A Rkal Wake. An Irihrnan i.i Cincin. natti died, apjinrontly, a short time since, was laid out, coilined, and a buriai certifi cate obtained, and the friends of tho fami ly were called upon to "wake" him. Tlie whiskey, tobacco nnn e.i'ablos were dis cussed loudiy and continually. At about three o'clock in the morning, however, when tho cry of lamentation wa at tts height, the supposed corpse rose tijirigt in the coffin and demanded "what the divil are ye all about?" The company flod in affright, when he deliberately got out of tho coffin In a very thin costume, took a drink, and profane! d,uwi---'l-v- hit put?. TERMS -$125 per Annum. IJII.S-VOL. in. o .jo. Another Great Event of the Ape. A pt nious out West, jv tho namo Ot Hun low Woi d Brown, is dividing tho hon ors of u grateful country with Cyrua W. Field and Mr. Ecvertt." He writes thus in regard to ihe successful banging of a Kate, the effect of which on society in gen eral, w ill he slates be vastly more benefi cial than till the Atlantic Cubic that ever slid: On the thii tv-fir.st the sun rose in tlte east, and wont on the even tenor of lm way. The hinges were not completed un till 2 P. M. Precisely at 3 o'clock t commenced operations, the jiosta having been already set. The hinges worked to a charm, at 2 o'clock tho gate was raised to its place. It looked majestio, nni swung magnificently. At twenty minutea jaist 5 o'clock we elevated our hats into tlie uir, shot a gopher with two charges, and whistled a To Dcum to the tuno of Yankee Hoodie. The other jiost was then set, and ut 0 o'clock the connection was comjdete, and signals came through from post to post with remarkable distinctness. With brow bared and locks flowing, wo swung it through buck and forward, thus proving to those w ho have believed not the reality of the event, and its cupucity to take such niesi-iiges through. That pate is a triumph; it will be a bondof union between the two fences, a nun thing against hogs, and a great ov angelizer of those who go through. It hangs on an 'its easy rimjlioity," and has already elicited the most vocifetous approbation. While the Atlantic Cable binds continents together, our gate binds the fence in one unbroken string, fratcr nizing the two in one. At the first swing of the pate, we forwarded a message to PiLiidi-nt Buchanan ; Tur. Ovits, August 31. Hear Bccu-a.v WVvegot a gate. It is national in its arrungtnent It knows no North, no South, no East, no Wost, but swings all around. Fetch over tlio children and have a tw iug. A Ca.vi'Iu Cl'stomer. A good many sto ries ore told of Dr. Thompson, a hotel keeper of Atlanta, a celebrated joker and one of the best we give below : A traveler culled very lnte for breakfast, the meal wms hurriedly prejiared, Thomp son feeling that the "feed,, was not quite uji to themaik, made all sorts of ajiologies all around the eater, who worked ull iu si lence, never raising his head beyond the. affirmative influence of his fork, or by uny act acknowledging even the presence of mine host. This sulky demeunor rather 'tlea'd'' the doctor, who changitig tho range of hi.i battery, stuck his thumbs iu his vest arm holes, expanding Lis chest by robbing tho room of half its air, and said : "Now, Mister, dod durn mo if I Tiavn't made all theajiology necessary, an' more too, considering the breakfast and who gets it ; and now I ti 1) you, I have seen dirtier, worse cooked, worse tasted and worse looking and of a sight smaller breakfast than this several times." The hungry one, meekly laid down hi tools, swallowed the bite in transitu, jila ced the (mini of his hands together, and modestly looking up ut the vexed and fu ming landlord, shot him dead with the tullo.ving words : "Is what you say true ?" 'Yes, sir,' came with a vindictive promptness. Well, then, I'll bod , hoss, if you hain't out traveled me!" The Printers. The conductors of the London Punch seem to know something about the difficulties which surround prin let s in which class are embodied publish pi's anri editors. We copy the following jiaragraph, in order that our readers ma; seo the reasonableness of the demands of tne public upon members of the cruft:-- "llow nice is this thing beinga printer? A public servant, and withal a servan' ofthe Devil. A pood natured fellow--must always smile bow to cvcryliody m i t bo killing polite on all occasions, ev jiciiullv to the ladies must always Lt) r le.ir duck of a man ; always witty, alwaj . dignified ; must never do anything the. would not accord with the strictest sens. of propriety of the most precise old maid and must always bo correct ill everything, he does and says ; ho is always expoctc to know the latest nws, is styled "mug gins" if ho is not jiosttd ; must pleaso e eryliody, and is Riipjiosed never to need tho one thing needful ; must work for m. thing und board himself ; musttrust every and is thought a great bore if ho present his bill, must be a ladder for all olitic.il aspirants to step into office, who very ttxr lieeomo independent, don't owe him unw illing, consider the Printer at best a son y dog, who cannot exjanit any better treat inenl than kicks and cull's, finally sum initig it up, ho is expected to bo a 'mu i without a model, and without a shad ow.' " A Xi.w Li'xrRV. The latest novel ; from Germany is a musical bed, which r" eeives tho weary body, and immediatel ' lays it in Elysium." It is tho inventk. a of a mechanic in Bohemia, and is co cot structed that by means of somo hidd' mechanism, a jiressure ujion the bed caw sos a soft and gentle air of Auber to I. played which continues until tho kens. -ofthe most wakeful are lulled to aloe. At the head is a clock, the hand of whir , being jilaced at the hour the sleeper wis', es to rise, when the time arrives, tho !' ilays a marca of Sjiontoni, with drum1- ; cymbals, und in short, with noise enotu to arouse the "Seven Sleejiers;" startlii ' the occujinnt of the melodious) couch lb j thorough wakefulness in an instant. IkivKirwan says, that a pious Scothnv used to pray, "6, Lord I keep mo rigl for thou kno '.i t if I 0 w rong, itisrt.j t'j turn tno."