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LWJS VR EMEU'S SOXS1
No, 322 N. THIRDS
JIR0HAST,II0U8E, l; f ..
il. U MANDKlUACn Pnop'ji. ;
1. O. Nll'B. Clark.
, 418 k 6 North Tbird fiireel. .
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V'l"Mtlrfi "- tAAt
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inieer Arruouoiuont, Monday
Nov 21 1870.
flreal Trunk Lin from tbo Korth and
North wct for rhiladelpiiia, New York,
Reading, roltttllle, Tatnaqua, Aahlaml.
8hamokin. Lebanon, Allenionn, tton,
Ephrata. Lit Is, Lancaster, Columbia Ho.
Tiainilente llrrinburd for New York, at
follow i at 8 10. H I'1. lO .V . m..
and 2.60 . m.. onneciins with aimilar
Iraina alb lb l'Minnylvania Kailroal
and arriving at Nw York al 10. 10 a. ni.,
8.60, 6.60 and 10,00 p. m., vcpfciiveljf.
Sleeping ear accompany tho J. 10 a in.
train, without change.
HeturniD t Leav New Tork al .00 m
12.00 Nooa, and 6,00 pin. rbiladalpbla al
8,16 a m and 8,80 p m ; eleeplng oar ac
ompatiy Ibe A.00 p in train from
New York, without banc.
Lear llarrlahurc for Heading, rottavlll
Ttiuiaqtia, Mlneraville, Arbland, Pbnmokln,
Allentowa and r n I I a a i p a I a, ai
K.10 a m. 2.60 and 4 05 P m, Hopping al
Lebanon and nrincipal wavitailon: lb
4,0) p m train connecting fur I'biladolphlik,
l'ottavll! and l oliiniin ouiy. tor rott -
ville. Fcbuylkill IUvn and Auburn, via
Schuylkill and 8uau.uekatina lUilroad,
Leave Harriahurg at fl,4 p m.
Kaat reuvrlvaiiia luilruaj train lenve
needing for Allentown, Eaalon and Now
York at 6.00, to.noa.n., l-'.46 noon, A 4 4 j
p m. Helurnig, lon New York al 9 00 a.
ui., 12.00 noon and 5 p. m. aud Allen
town at 7-20 a.m. I'J.'Ja Noon 2 53 4.20 and
8.4A p. m.
nay pasaencer train leavea I'liilnileliiliia
at 7,30 a m, connecting with eiiuilar train
on Emit 1'cnna. Kailroad, returning from
Heading at tl.'.'O p m. alopping al all utation
Leave I'niinnllo al I'. 'XI a, m niid
3,10p. ni.; Hern Ion at 10.16 am; 8ha-
mokin at Vl and 1 1,20 a. m.; AiUloml at
7,00 a m, and 12,60 noon, Mnbauoy City
at 7.61 a. ui. and 1.33 p. ni., Tamniiiii al
Mil am. and 2.40 p m for Philadelphia
New York, Heading, lUrn.biirg, &o.
Lear i'ottiville. via riobuylkill anil Hita-
quebnnua It U at 8,16 a m lor llarri-biirg.
ami 12.'j nixiii lor rineiirovc ami Treuiont.
Heading Aceouitnoilniion trnl.i: Leave.
rollHvillv ill o. 10 n III 'e lioading nt
II) a ui, arriving at rbilailelphia at 10,20
a, m. Iletiirmns, lenvea I li 1 1 1 l t.ti i:i at
4.l' p ui, rnoitiug Iteudinic at 7,'Ji pin.
nriiving at I'ohmiIIo at '.'.In p in.
roit-tcnn Acc'imiuodniion 1 nun I.pivck
I'otthtown ut 7,00 a ni, reluruing leave
I'liilinli-lpliiii nt 4, mi p in.
I iiliiinli:t Kaili 'ind I rain, leave Heiding
nt i, 'JO a in, mill I ''.l-i ii in for I'lini u: it.
Liliz, l.nciitr r. I'uluinhi i, in , I
l'erkiometi ll-iilroad Trnin. leave Per'i- I
omeu Junction nt 7. 1", '.'.".'i n in, :!., and '
f. IU) ii m: relin nini leuve Si'htveiik-iville nt i
7.00 awl .20 in. I J...H N....H, mi l 4.:W .
pin, cotiiiei'ting with fiinil.ir Iratua on
liemltliir It :iilr'.inl
t'oli'briokiliile Knilron I irinlivive PoiK-;
. . '
i own oi i, lu n in, nnd ii.'jo t. ni, r. nniMiu'
leave Mount I'leimiil nt 7.0H mi l ll.'J'i
am, eoniireting with eiuiihr tiuitii ou
ltea'l!ng ruilrna 1.
tuesier alley u.iurftiul Irmti iik i
i!,i,t n. m ... -.i .I,..-. i !.,,.."'
p ni, rcr.it inn,:, leuvu l.ii.ini,mn nt li.i'.
H in, 12.1;. Ihk ii and in, councctitii;
.villi simitar train, on llemliit)! rnilrmd
On Sun I n v a : Leive New York nt n)
p in, riiil:ile!pliik H.iki n in an'l i!. 1.1 p ni.
the H.IIO a in iruin runtiiti nuly I j I'.e.i lini;:
leave I'oltsvill.. h.ihi n in; II irriburx :!, lo
tn and 4.0.1 p in, leave Allentown at 8 I',
p. m. mnl and b.4t p. m. ; I cine Ueidiu;r
at 7,11 a in, nnd lil.nl p ni f.ir lluriisburg
at 5.UC a in lor New York, uud 1',-lU a. lu.
aud i.'lo p ui for rbiiudelphlu.
I'otnmuiaiion, Mileage, feasor., School j
and excuisioii ticket-., 10 uud lioui iilli oiuts
ut reduced rale.. i
Hiigtiiig fhri'ke.l '.brougb; 100 potin-i !
ulloui'd each a.ell(:er.
U. A. S1COI.LS,
Hcadins, Nov. 21, lt.70.
os. M1 I S Market Street,
KLKCKNEK k CAWLKV.
Irrius i 00 I'cr Uar.
OUR FATHER'S HOUSK,
TH S UNWRITTEN WORD.
BV DlMII.Mlllril.il T . .nthnr r (So iv, i.ii.
lar "NlKhl 8ren.i Till. inatr In Ihimalit
and latiiauiro.hnwiuiantiild rlehei ami lw.it.
IImIb llietiieat Houm, with It. lllootuln- flow
r, hliiuliuc Mrd, Wavln nalni., Kollln
elo.i.U, Iteauttrul Iww, 8ae.l iiiottnlaln., lie
IlKUtlul rlvr, ailiil.tv iK-e.iK, Tuiinitn. In vi.
vr. Illiitna h.Av.iia ami vail umrta with
eouniltn Iwln. In mllllumol wnrl.la. ami rr..l
io u iu ... n iu. i nwrtllen Wor.l. K. timed
boueiioii tr.aur.o :oiniu.n.iuit,.n iik. tii.
above lrw t'.dl.ge 1'ro.i.l.nn an.l rulevr., i
mlnlMfri of all ,l.uoiulntl..ni .n.l th. rolui..u
an.l .miliar prem all over Ih country In iie.U-1
new, pnritv ol lanuu.n, wilb ele.r iwu l)i, I
ana kt.l anirp.vlt,.. a. ...... nil. I ki..,u.. u.
low iru-..k.itihs.iiioriii.iM.. Aaeuti
w.w.ni t.'ierNiiii, srhaui iV.oer .mart
jvuiiH iu.u ami i.oie. lo intr.uliii'. ih. work tor
u. iu .v.rj iowoiiip,an.i w. mil i,y iiiierally.
man ur WVUI.O UflOO U WUUUUl
lor OlrOUl-.r. flll daiertiitnnn mn.i Mn,
It.liLF.U kMct'l'KUY, IS S Mi St, PUIIa
ilotiriw St. I 'hi
... doj N tti M. l.ouli
ci i.- ira or ioj nam it hftluaiUIJ. m.m
WATCH t CLOCK
Market 81. Middltbuig P.
nAVINO located in tbli plae I would
re.pevtfully inform Ih cltueu of
Middlebu 'g and viviuiiy tbal 1 am prepared
lo repair 11.0CK8 ANU WATCUEt) obwip
aud etnediiiouily. Th patronage of lb
punna i rvapeoiiuiiy aonoiiea.
Middlebuvg, Nov. 'it . IHOW.
BASINET OKOW AND MELOUEON
KJ ,. k WANUf ACT011Y.
War Roam aad 8tor on fin 8lrt,
faoiory oa fay dee Hirt,
. 6llugro, .
If von want to kaar and in Saa tanad aad
vaauiitui urg.oa ana iiMi..ua ull al our
Wai rooa ud blur.
beit malailal la w.klutf InalruuMia.
w ar aa ui iu
oltfcaoi and yoa will kMilAa.t.
avail la.lruui.at I w.rruia rar ya
liaaier. aMUad .!. of ik tlu.v L
ar laviiau ij ur(.uuHi wit ua ana xua hi
VtW IUI. W I
as . atraal to U bM Nw
urK aj fklU
V tollua aad i
from 41 to Sit. VioIIb
n, ab.i .
oa l l
i ... i,.u riaai, ., m.,
. t aewoas'T. vsit Use4 aai
AN UNEXPECTED BAC B.
la one of tbe lariat town of Wor
ofter cluntj, MaMcliusctl, used lo
lire ft clergyman whom wo will oitll
RMcwcll. Ho wo of tbe Baptist par.
pulsion, nod very rigid In hi idea of
moral proprlrl j. Ho had lo bm t tn
ploy an olJ topro oamod Pompey ;
and if litis luttcr individual vran nut o
si net a his master, lm was at lcti't u
very cunnina doi, and paotl in l bo
reverend Ii0'ietiold lor a patlcru ol
proprioty. Pompcy w a ucful pr
vnot, and tbo old clergyman never u -italed
to luii-t biiu wilb tbo inol
N"or It no bappenr-d that tboro
wer dwelling in and out of ibc town,
undrj iudividui.ln wlio had nor iln
fear of (be dreadl'nl penultici wbii'li
Mr. Hidetvrl! prrael ed nboul, liff'itt'
'Loir cyc. for it wi tbe wnnt o tbra
penple lo cnnLT'uaie on S.il b;'li vr-
oaun upon a lovol picre of land in tl.f
UUkirl.i of I bo village, und thero raoo
horses. This npft wat hiddcq fmni
view by a denac piece of wood ; and
for a lorn; timo the Sunday evening
race wuro carried oo thero wilboiit
doteoliou by the uTwrs, or thoia who
mi&bt havo st-ppe I them.
It aleo liapppocd that the pool old
.'Viryinati ownoJ ono of the best
hirsoi in tho country. Thin hinp
of tho M iran tnck, with n mix
turocf thd Ambiao blond in hi veins
aud it was generally known Unit low
beasts could pa him on the roml
Mr. Ilidtfwoll, wi'h a dijmty boconiitiir
bin ciUiu;;, s' iiiy dclan I thai th
(liielncis of bin bursi) cover afforded
him any rn!ifu' ation, und that fur his
wu part ho w mld a. lipf iar any
otlicr. Vet inoni'y couM not buy hi
Morgan, unr any amount of argument
persuado I, ni lo ewup.
Tli ' church W4i a i n -ar to tho u'ood
clergy in m' iv llinjf that ho nUiye
walked to inert n.', uol bia Imrso was
c-ntiHequetitiy ullowo I U remain in the
ouipoy ijiscovcred that tho ratt
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K l i i'm, anu no recoivea
eater Iuh id aster' bor-o Oi his own
aeeotiiit. for he loll sure lb it old Mor
gstl could beat any thingin tho shape
i,,,.., .l h,., ,
b'),3!S flesh that could be
in that quarter. Son tho next San
day al'rernooo ho hid tho bridlo under
hi. jacket, went out into tho f ailure
no J cadgbt the horse, and then rode
t war d iho spot whero the wicked
o' e were congregated Here ho found
en me d ian bursa asemblcd, aod the
racing w-n nb) it tocouitueaoj. Pom
pcy mcunttfd hia beat. and at lheig-
nnl he hlarted. Old Morgan eutorod
,i. . ,i,. . .
"lt0 th P'tU oT ,h'nS' on Oftme
ut two fodH ahead of cvcrvth'i:'; S
Pcmpey won quito a pile, and before
dark be was well iuitiated iu horse
ruoing. Pompcy succeeded iu getting home
without exciting any suspicion, aod
bo now longed for the next Sunday
afie-Ouou tj come, for Le was determ
ined to try it agaiu. Ho did go again,
and again ho woo ; and thU course of
wickoiloeaa he kept up for months,
making his appearance, one the neiii
ground every Sunday afternoon as
auou as ho imuU al'lor "meting wa
out," And durin? this time Ponipey
wan not the only one who had learned
to love racing. No, for eld Morgan
bimmli' had learned to love tho ex-!
"f t'hinK, too. an I hi.
wben UPU trwk
showed how xe.ilouslv ho entered iuto
, . . , , ' " " ,v" " ,uv
tllO Spirit Of tllO UUIIU.
,, , , ,
lUt thesO UllUjS were not nhvavs
to remain secret. On Sun I iv a to iu
deacon beheld this raomg from U d'S
tuuee, an t straightway went to the
parson with the aiai'miog intelli ;euc.
Ibe Kov. Mr. Uidewoll was utterly
1 II wr.
auocaeu. xiis moral leeliogs were
outraged, aod be resolved at once to
put il stop to tho wickeduesa During
the week ho made many impiirios, aud
he learned that this thing bad boeu
practiced all summer, ou every Sunday
afternoon. He bade Li pariahioucr
kesp quiet, and told tbetu that oo tbe
next Sunday he would make bis sp
pearaoo on tie very xpot aad catch
l hern ia their aot of wlokedoess.
' Ou the following Sabbath after din
ner Mr. Ridew.ll ordered I'oojpej to
brlug up old Morgan aud put Liu in
the stable. The order was obeyed,
though not without ma ay misgiving,
oa the part of the eeuro.
A aooa aa tke afteroooo aervioes
were oltwaJ, the two deacon, and
soma other members of tbe ehurch,
aroomp.nied Iht mloUur homo wilb
ibvir burst a. . . , '
"It is the most flagrant pleoe vf
aboutlnatioo thai ever cauau nader my
observation.," said th iadlgoaot elcr
gjitusa, aa tbej redo en, .
.'It it. most auur-d'y aoawtred
SNYDKU CO. PA.;
"11m go-racing oa the abbath'l''
utteto I ih" milliliter. ' .
"DriJfal echoed tho secoud dea
And ao the coo vocation went -on
antl they rcichi'd lh lop of the gentle
emineaoe which overlooked the plain
wh.'ro th ; racing wa curried oo, and
where SJtuo d izen hoiacmoo, with a
ai'oro of l.iuker.fiin, woro amcmblod.
Tho xihl wat one which chiliad tho
p'ood panoil lo hi .'in'. Hit remained
uio'iinle until bo had inn le out tho
vvh'ilo nlariiiiii' truth.
"Now, my Inothern," ai I he, "lot
us ride lnwn and rnnlront (ho wii ked
wrclvheK, an I if they full down upon
ihir kneel ill iiiid ire lulls mercy,
un I proiuise to do im in. ire, wo will
not take h'al aolini fl rnu iIilmii. ().
that my own Ian I li iM be denccr tted
hu!" for it wai indeed a tcction ol
Ijik nwu firm.
-V tho god man th'i-i spoke, be
tai led no t r.iid tbo sccuo. The
buries of the wiek.'d nvn were j ant
drawing up for a start a the minister
api roaeho I. nnd some of (he riders, who
ut once racOk'iiizjd "old Morg-in," did
not rccognir.o the reverend Individual
who rodo hiia .
"Wicked men '." commenced tho par
sol, an he came ocar cnoujli for hi
voici to bo heard, '-childreo of sin and
utiaino '' '
''p.iino on, old bos.," cried ooo or
tbe jockeys turning toward tho min
Tblcr. ' II you are iu for the first race,
you mnt stir your stumps. Now we
"Alas! 0 my wicked
" All ready,'' shouted he who led
in the affair, cutting the minister
short. " And cfl it U."
Ah I tho word for sttrtti wt
given. Old Morgan know that woid
too well, for uo so-iner (.'id it fa'.l upon
his ears than he stuck out hi u e aud
with ono wiil soorl ho started, and
the rest of the racer, twelve iu Dum
ber kept him cmnpviy.
"Who-oa! wo-uu-Oj!" cried the
parson nt the lop of hi voice.
" 15y th powers nil fellow, you' a
kean one,'' eliou ed one of Iho wicked
uieu who had t'm-i fir diiQige l to
keep C'luao to the side of the parsuu.
" Von rido woll."
' Who ho-ho-o! who o-oal" yelled
the clergyman, tugging at tho reins
with nil hi might
lut it was of no avail. Old M ir-
gau had now reached ahead of all
competitor., au 1 ho cvno up to the
judge's Hand three rods ah:a l, where
tho pottiiliid deacons were standing,
with eyes and mouths wi lo open.
" Don't top," cried tho judge, who
had now rooogniz d Piroit Kidowe I,
uud who also saw al onco the secret
of old Morgau's joiaiog the laee.
' Dou't stop," Lo eu jaiol again ; it
is a two mile heat this time. " Keep
right on, parson. You are good tor
another mile. Now vou go aud off
These last words wero of eourso
known to the hors, and no sooner
did Morgan bear them than Le stuck
his nose oat, and again started otf.
Tho good parson did bis best to slop
i bo bewitohoJ animal, but it could not
be doue. The more Le struggled aod
yelled, th faster the antnul went, and
cr ",JUy mjuie"w ao wa again at
"'ri.'iig juiut, where Morgan now
stopped ou his ou accord.
Tiiero was a huni.' l whispering
among the wicked ones, an I s;u
cessioii of curious wiuki an 1 no Is
seincd to iuiieate that
" Ujion my soul, parsm," na'nl tLe
leader of tbe ub miiuatioo, aiproacb
iug tbe spot where tbe minister sat in
bia Middle, he having not yet suffi
ciently recovered bis pre-euo oi
mind to dismount, "you rido well.
We bad not looked for this honor."
"Hoiior sir I" gasped P.itsoo ltide
woll, lookiug blankly iulo the speak
" Ay for 'ti huuor. You are the
first clergy uiaa who baa over joined
im in our Sabbath, evening eatertaiu
" I I, ir, t I joined jou?"
' Ha, ha, bat O, you did It well ;
your good dsacons rWly think yo
tried la ' stop jour horse ; but I saw
through it;-1 saw bo slily you put
your horse up. But I don't blamo
yo'l for fosliag proud of old Morgan,
i or 1 should leol o myaolt II I owned
hi in. . Uui. yoi nsed not fear ; I will
ell all who may ask ui about it. that
jou did your boat to atop your beast ;
for I would rather atieteh th truth a
4 It' lie tlis.t) bvo uuh a good jockey
aa you are suQer."
This bad been spoken to loudly that
the good doacoua bud beard syeiy
word, aad Ibe parson was bwildero.d ;
FEBUUARY I), 1871.
a flahifeye ho cried: ' .
. ' Villhtis, wbt mean you f Why
do jo lno"
" Hold on," ioter ruptod one of tho
party, and al h apnko, the rent of
the racing men had all moatite 1 their
boric. " Hold on a moment pnraon.
We are willing to let you carry off tho
palm, but wo .won't Bluo 1 jour ahuii.
When wo heard that jou bad deter
mined to trj if jour bono would uol
beat u nil, we agreed among oursclv
that if you came we would let you in.
We have done si and you havo won
tho .'itco in a two milo heat. Now,
let that satisfy you. J'y tbo h"kcy.
i hut you did it wall. Wheo you want,
ti try it again, junl send us word, end
I we'll be ready for you. Giod by!''
A the w retell thuip'iko. he turned
hi li irso' head, and before the a"oti-
lulled prencher had time enough to khavo retort to Ieal proceedings, an I
answer, he ridden away out ofiibe nmnufaoMiiers tiro a. a cotie
lio.irinjj. It hi aomctitue bef.iro one ipienee somewhat linen v, t b u r 1 1 it
l tb cbiirhmon could Speak,
i l" new not what to ay. Why
ihoir minuter' horso havo joined in
tho race without tnuo permission from
hia master t They know how much
bo act by the auiinal, and ut length
they shook their heads with doubt.
" It is very strange, ' said ooo.
' Very.' answered a second.
" I! jniarkalle, suggested a third
' Ou my soul brethren," up. ike
Ridowall, " I can't make it out."
The brethren l inked at ca li othtr, j douLte lly the matter is ceo which de
and the doac t.s hh uk their Leads in aervss tho nttetition of tho prc-s of
a very solemn and impressive ni inner, th country, in the intereit alike of
So tho party rodo Lack to the ' I'ublishcrs and the public. I'rinliny
clergyman's honie tut none of the ''"-"'
brethren entered, nor would they Mop """""" -
nt all. Keforo Monday had drawn to! Snn llna:o.
a closo it waf t'oncrally known that i '''tl t0 '-'"hit, thi. is tho richest of
Parana Tli.Uwoll hn, r:oi rl hi. bnrja
on the Sabbath, nnd a mcatiot of th.
ehurch was appointed for Thursday.
Poor Ridowell wa almost cray
with vexation; but boforo Thursday
came, Pompcy found out how matters
stoo l, aud ho aured his master that
he would char the matters tip ; and
niter a dav's search be discovered the
ut..uoding fact, that some of tho wick-
ed meo, had been in the habit of steal
ing old Morgan from lb pasture and
rueiag him Sahbitli af crnoon ! Pom
pcy lour.d' this much but he could
n4 liod tiio did it.
A soon as this beeame known to
the church members, tiny conferred
together, and they soon cone hi led thnt
under such circuontauee a h'gh
mettled hurso wjuld bo very apt to
ruu away with his rider, whuo Le
found hiiu.-o!f directly upon the race
Si Par.ou Hi Jewel! was cleared.
bat it was ti L.ng lime before he cot
over the blow, for many wefo the
wicked wags who dtdi;;luei to pester
him by offering to ' riJo a race" with
him, to ' bet ou hi head,' or to put
him "ugaiu the world for a race."
lit. t as Hi Jo well grow older, his hi'url
irrew warmer, and finally he could
laub with right good will,, when he
spoke of his unexpected raco. D) aare '
there w no more S.ibba'b lacing in
tfiat town. "
I I'i'ujei-U'd 1'api'r 3lontiol).
It is kuuwu to all cuiisumert ol pa
per, that within a low years important
discoveries have been made in couoeo
lion with the ma.uuficturo of that im
portant article, by which straw sud
wood now enter largely iuto its o-ut-positiou.
un I that at prescul a largo
nuj'H'ity of all the p ipers iu this eouo
BM r,r"U011 0,, PPr manoiacturea
I.. . i ..... . .... ..
. . ...
iu tue propuruou ui iuriy io sovcu y
live per cent, ofv'truw or wood to
aweuty-fivo to sixty per cent, ol rugs.
Tbi has tho cited to keep tbe price
dowa to1 figures considerably bolow
what tbey tue v Iti L ly would be were
tho iiiauuiacture of paper still 1'iiiitod
to rags tho supply wnich wou'd fall
very considerably shoit of the present
requirements of the paper markst.
Still it is averred thai straw paper Is
to-day thirty three per coiit. higher
than rag paper was in lGO, which
Would seem to leave oo doubt that tbe
wauufauiurers ofsliuw paper are ob
taining a good profit. Some recent de
velopmeuts, hiwjver, iudioalo that
they are projecting a grand monopoly
wilb the viuw to advancing il price.
The priueipul facts iu ooim-c'iuu with
this luoveiueul ure stated as follows t
A Outnpauy of utlstel'O oapilalists wa-
formed about cightesn uiouiln ago,
who b mht a uumbcr of patents under
which paper Is uiauufactured fioui
w smI aud straw. The principal pa'eut
upon which, it la alleged, all ihor
hiugewas about to expire, and tbe
first stop was to scour a reuawal of
oftbia. This was aocomalisbed. aad
she patent oxtonded, Thereupon a
circular was issued to nuourVctu'""
way iu the production of paper, noti
fying them of tho combination and of
the extoniim of the patent, nnl tlo
mundiiu that they should agree (Giet'j
to pay u tnynliy ol biic cent t poun l,
and accond to bind thrmpelvc-i to run
on short tin.e ahrnever refti"ited to
to do bv (he uian igers rd' tlio mono-
poly tho ciljict, at Mated, Iritis: tn
i .i ...... i.. . .
fane the price KT..,.ment!y to.r.;..
eilr ' 0'(;l 11 'H IVU''J Hull
this weald uroatly benefit tho inaiiu
furturer of piper, a it vo;:.j irnre
tni-..n, flan.. .1,. 1..... . f . t. . i
... 1 . , ' , " '
nun-, rum i .u ii. o Wlio.u litlii ne
(.ml. r ono l.i n I
maDufaclurcra goncialiv. however, did
not approve of tie scheme, and f..r
the timo It failed. A. n fitnl cffoit
therefore, tho would-be monopolists
would seem Hint there Lo'ild Lo but
'ono result to the issue, aod lliut the
overthrow of tbe man who are sock-
inj to establish the monopolly. A
convention of paper manufacturer
was held recently at Cincinnati, at
whieli this matter was considered,
and it is intendod to mako an effort to
f rocuro from Congress an investiga
tion ol the proceeding Ly which the
straw liatent m asternled. and if
j possible, havo it ovorlufncd. I.'n-
tin- H tt I luli.l l-,ailds. M. IhilutOCO
cmpri.-v, over otK-Lalf ol tho island
which bear, its name, hut which is Ire-1
rpiently spoken cf as the Island o( "i' as in .January, is.io. lornYO
Ilnyti. The preci.e extent other ter.'J'1'"" mau the 'error of hii
ritory has never been settled, as n,c j eper.. a he hal Leon of tho citiieuB.
Haytians havo thus far disallowed h.-r ' Scarce'y n;lJ h bl' colfln,,J hn
claims or ni.ii8essionortholimitsa2reed!l"M"u'c'?0,',l1 io "ping from hia cell,
upon between Franco and Spain
b' ,rcaty of 'he cli.n
were ali iwcd it would give her s. nu.-;
'22 t'DiJ square miles, and this ipicsij. n
wi 1 doiilnlets have to be satistact ri ly
sonlcd between the United States and
Haytt. At prcS'tit the Imitiiian
Republic cootnds about seventeen
thousand SiUar miles, divided into
live departments, which ares lb-d.vnled
iuM C'untnunes. Tl o dc nrtuients
,aro called St. Domingo, (which cmi
tains the Capital),. Azu.i do Compos,
tela, Seybo, Sauna do Ins CaLeilorou.
and Concepciou de la Vc:a. the wh-de
containing u population estimated ut
one hundred aud thirty-six tb"U.-and
soul, or about eighty jcrsous to the
A wiiter in the Now York 77 W,r ,l!s keepers. anJ till tho liberties cf
gives tho following statement in refer
ence to the agricultural uud forc-l re
soirees aif the country there is prob
ably co conntry in the world possessed
of greater natural resources than Si
Domingo. Her cliiuuto is healthier i
than that of auy other of the Wcst
ludia Islands, beioo; mild and ualubri
ous The sod ii remarkably fertile,
piodueing every thing grown in the
tropics. Wretchedly cultivated us it
lias been, the crops taken flow the land
have been largo and profitable. The
best mahogauy grow in the southern
provinces, a spontaneous proJuce. lu
addition, ibis purt of the cuuutry pro
duces large quantities of sutinwood,
fusiio, lignum vita) and Uracil wood.
Cuttle are raised io tbo department of
Seybo, with much success; but it is
io tho northern section of the republic
that tbe most industry ia displayed
Hero largo quantities of tobacco are
unouully raised and shipped to foreign
markets. These productions, bow
over, giro but an iosignifknnt idea of
the country. Sugar aod coffee can be
cultivated as profitably as iu Cuba,
Purto Rico and J a niacin. Pimento
also grows rapidly, and would pay to
cultivate. Resides, thero are the les
ser productions, such as plantains, ba
nnuHS, yams, bread fruit, and a thou
sand ether fruits, which grow io wild
profusion from one end of tbe republic
to the other, iuviting enterprise and
capital to reap a rich harvest. It ia,
indeed, difficult to correctly describe
tho vegetable resources of St Domingo
without appearing to exaggerate their
worth, A visitor to the Ulund is be
wildered by the surrounding viditooe
of uaturo's prodigality, Hersj the tall
coooaout trco benda before lha sea
hroeio tbeao tho hug broudfruit
tree, laslened with on of tho ajcsi
fuluablo "articles of food, spa? 'is its
branehe j th tarmariud, swtc-p,
giiav, naaaberrj, mango, ore -ge, pear
(sot ltk our pur), (trow k Kl aids,
looking dowa un tie plu:-''- t
dvort UinT ltHlote).
One column on year VO.OO,
Oae-bnlf column, on year. 80.00.
One-fourth column, on year, 16.00.
On to, nr ( 10 line.) on Inaerlion 76.
Every addilinnitl In.erllon : CO.
Profein1 and iluaincs card of
nnl more than (It line, per year. 6,00
Aoditnr, Eieeutnr, Adminiitrator
and Avelgnea Notice 8.10.
Rdltnrlnl notice per line It.
All adverllaemenl for a aborler period
i Imn an year ar payabl at lb lima
Ihey are ordered, and If not paid lb per
on ordering I hem will be held rt.poanibl
for Ih money.
bichtwioe their tondrils around ibo
truuk od brsnchei of tbcit stalwart
brothers. All there tiling wiite nt
ttcily now. They grow, bring forth,
nd dio neglected and uncarcd for.
If any statisliea wrro possibto it would
be found that for every articlo of food
which iioir prow spuntr.ncously in ft.
I'otr.in'fi nnd i u cd lv tho natircn
I !(( (J uti;izohc1.
The in and ii a'o rich in ininrrn!
i dl, siivtr, non. lead, nnd other
mint i'j nlntin 1. Th's Islan I would
, give ii. a fclbtild in the is
and in ca-c of wnr Le of itntnen-e be.ic-
I lit, to in p.. n nuvnl -'nti in. Iliiiiutrli
1 Ceffec and ftfTir would l e jrodnced
there t.i aluio t stijijily lie ileintind" cf
the United .l ti'.c.
A Kt lori'it il !i('rsiito.
IMwaril N. r'on, tho int notel
criminal in ti e .Slate of No v Jency,
whose name was fjrve.iis Iho terror
of Trenton nnd the surronndin county
has juet been pardoned on the expira
tion of half til l torm for which ho
was sentenced. ITo has been for a
long timo the principle object of in
lere.t to persons visiting the State
Prison. In 1" 5, when 21 years oil
he found guilty by fourteen juricn, on
as many indictments, without a moIo
recommendation to mercy ; nnd tho
extent of big sentences, could they
havo hscn iufli.-ied, would havo been
imprisonment for ISO years and fines
amounting to over iwclvo thousauJ
The Court, nt tho time cf Lis last
trial, sentenced him to 30 ytars' im
prisonment Oa hearing Lis sentence,
he arose aul called do vu such curves
ulwo ,h0 "s mado everybody .a
the crowded court-room shudder
i und si i.'.ltig a large knife, firced an
entrance into tho front corridor, whero
l, larricaded himself aod propone!
to light his way out. So greatly did
the authorities fear him that, without
any attempt to re-capture him, bo was
ileliU-iatively sh' tdown by a Deputy
Keeper, who aimed a riflj through tho
iron bar dividing the corridors. Ha
W8S n P 'ie("' 10 CI0SB connoement
a bail and chain wero attached to Lis
'oi'9, and Le was closely cuarJed.
Tet be tw ice caapod and, returning
to h s old haunt spread fear through
the city. For five years . Lo was
chamcd d iwn nn l guarded
Ten yenrsao he professed to have
come under the influence of religion.
His conduct won for him theconbdcDce
tbo prison were given him. 'His
known daring avo Lim nuthoiily
with the other prisoners. In 1308 a
portion of. tho prism was burned,
and io the confusion Ihe doors wero
thrown open and lha prisoners tliron-
Jed into tho yards. Au attack Was or-
gtirzcd, tbo pn. sou ers agreeing it)
force an escape. At this junoturo only
tho presence and uuiliori'y of Norton
preveutcd a terrible massacre Tho
prisoners wuro artnodnith implements
from the ihepsrand 50l) desperate men
could easily have murdered tho hand
ful cf keepers opposed to them had it
not been for the superior daring and
daterminatiod of Nortou. This act ,
probably secured hira bis pardon,
l'rum that time his position baa bee a
almost that of a deputy keeper. Ia
October lust the Court of Pardons
graoled him a pardon upon belt his
seutence, which took place on tho 10th
of thia month. During tbe lust tea
years, all tbe money be bad been ablo
to earn by working over-hours, amount
ins; to several hundred dollars, baa
been given to the support of an aged,
mother, whom bis disgrace had nearly
killed. ' TLe first thiog Norton did nf.
ler belug freed was to walk up Statu
street to the bouse of Chlof-Janice
Green, who had passed seutonce upon
him, aod opon whom ba bad eallou
dowa snub torribl onrses. He re
quested to see Ibe Justice, and oa ba
ng admitted begged bis pardon, and
stated bia intention of living a thor
ougiy reformed life. The Judgt
greeted him cordially. It Is Norton's
intention to eater Into business In eu'
; ..!.. -. -JUi ;
A MiuBiiiiooM at Terra I! ante,
Ind., broke off Lia eBgaar!r.l wb'.la
tb Dclster pf periwj for the
eeremory, .bo ho hrpenc4 'o
-'n H,:t- KiLli, ao:
' J v - ''s'cvjj yc-" r' " .