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R. HAWLEY, EDITOR
iVIIDNESILILI Y. raLtitcu 30, 1870.
::--13 — Our Legislature a,ljuurn. U the
7th of April.
.11Wr6hrtf.ite is to have a 'COthra's.
sionagi Rensions, salary-three_thousand
dollara per annum. This is a soft berth
for some "loll" individual. In this con
nection we make so bold as to inquire,
what has Governor Geary done, that the
appointing power should be taken out of
his hands in thi; case?
Convinced at Last.
The daylight of truth has finally flashed
upon the vision of that portion of the
people who have been soperfeetly deluded
by the deceptive schemes practiced upon
them by the party in power during the
last ilecade in the management of the
finances of our Country. There has
been a class who have seemingly felt to
chuckle over their apparent prosperity,
and have persistently followed the miser
able financial paper balloon and furnished
combustion to inflate it, by aiding to keep
in prAar those who have, been deceiving
them by as Fairy like a story as the one
we oft did hear in our childhood, "that if
we could catch the rainbow we would
find a chest of gold." The class to whom
we refer is a portion of the farmers.
It must be admitted however, that they
have been shielded from many of the op
pressive burdens which have been weigh
ing down the mechanic and the day la
borer, and from this fact they hare been
sailing along in apparent smooth water
unmindful of the breakers and shoals of
a ruinous financial system. We have
been astonished to hear some of them de
clare with seeming candor that, although
we have been engaged for nearly five
years in a most' ruinous and destructive
war, yet that we were increasing in
wealth, and as a proof of this position,
cited 1113 to the price of their produce and
the increased value of their real estate.
The legerdemain which has succeeded so
well in deceiving them has been,that gold
was not the standard of value but that
greenbacks were, and now as necessity
compels the advance of greenbacks to
ward a par value with gold, the scales
are faltug from their eyes, and they can
begin to realize their condition, and that
the increase of prices which they have
supposed they have been receiving for
their productions was but the enormous
decrease of paper money.
Just consider for a moment what has
been done. The government did make 1 ,
greenbacks the standard of vamo as Ix- I
tween the common people when it pro
nounced them legal tender for debt and in
exchange for agricultural and other pro- !
ductions. But with the boudholding
tihylock's for whose express benefit it was j
enacted, nothing but gold has been the
standard, and the greenback dollar which
the laboring man and the farmer must
accept for their labor and prodnationa has
been taken by the bondholder to be paid
in gold for as low a sum as tkirl yliec
cents., In proof of what we say, tae refer
to the price of gold in July 1884, which I
was 285 in paper, making the paper dol
lar worth thirty five cents, and it has not
raved since that time above sixty or sev
enty until within the last few months,
and now it stands worth about ninety
cents. In this manner the managers have
succeeded in hoodwinking the people in
a great measure, until they have inflated
this Badical financial balloon to its far
thest tension and now sad experience
clearly shows that as we approach the
trnt standard of value their produce bears
the same price it did ten years ago, and
also that when they exchange it for man
°featured articles, many are astonished to
find that it goes only about half as far as
it did then in purchasing those articles.
and the query is raised, Why is this so ?
The answer to us is plain. Bondhold
ers and gold speculators rule this coun
try at the present time. Every financial
scheme which has been undertaken has
been managed by the plea of necessity to
redound to their benefit, and the vassallat
irig leaders of the party in power have
succumbed to their every wish. They
have been assisted by Congress to accu
mulate their wealth by paying only about
one-third of what they demand that the
people shall pay them, and to cap the
climax they are exempted from taxation.
These leaders Mild be supported, with all
their auperntwoery adjuncts and hence in
addition to the enormous burden of taxa
tion in other ways, every manufactured
article which is purchased, must, by a
rotten revenue system help to raise the
fund, and it will not matter how much
paper money advances, under the extrav
agance of the present administration,
which with all its boasted decrease of the
debt, of $150,00900 has increased its
revenue receipts 6400,000,000, during the
last year, no-one need look for trey de
crease in the price of Those articles.
The war is ended and they-are no more
beholden .to you for the protection of their
lives and property but by a wily and base
system of legislation, they lave engen
dered upon you and your posterity
financial serfdom, a large portion of the
proceeds of which will go .to fill their
coffers and enable them to corrupt legis
lation, to centralize and perpetuate their
parer. Yes; and from the .blinduess or
prejndioe you have aided by your votes tc
bring about these veryresults, rqainst the
'solemn tulnionitions i trotenl,y. 'of - the'tine
anVii4thrial pf - the present -thne, but
Vat/it iWdYing iglionetians,, — af the.
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gash ingtou ' a74llfaraa , 4l,43,...iiira. , ll,la4.t*Ag ,. ..o„ - Toyoulyir,Mr,:nopperriglibilo
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line of patriots, to maintain inviolate the, Pending action on a bill donatin g tii" ' --- The Philadviphia I.4.dytr says au inter-
Marine Hospital at Natehez
_to Mi ss i L :, ! ip- , A memorial sign e d ty ,I. I; I i iingil:tm estini. - ; question teas ritist . d in the Nisi
noble charter of liberties which Chef '
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guarded with such jealous care. The hpiir„expino; ma the tariff' bill came up. Nays — ,Ae.R llorio, - A. I 'ilfrti' , " -- .,Jaint - . 4.4 . friii - li - protrrsrof ate .il. i Fur*, 'lO . ~,,': ~3/ r.
is true, that tll#e isl9,re P. ,, ,10ni.: ; 4 31 1 ., C,,,,k. iiit g eo reducatin of the tariff '.i.0r.1 . M . , i.ell tint 4 ~ x hti. . .. InfOi . i . ii'1.....: ,- .....1:1 1 , ton icall..l to t Ito'W it 11 . sal - tatL - lli..
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oil, results If so, let them still vote for is„ii„ii . Ili , h.. eV-Ding , 4 L i on t h., tl. s
Laic on the tariff Wtie-reS_IIITI(4.
it angl . talo: the r•nua.quencea wiLlioLit, a
A liew Wonder
cerfainlY:Seyna ,loAreiti..a.R4ige of
ilikciVetiest —c tiery Weak and
almost'every day bringslomirlmtnvled,ge
some dikoVery more wOnderittl 'than: the
The wonder which we. have to chroni
cle, although found in an iron-bound box,
was not quite so extensive 'as the great
" petrified giant," the said boo being orily•
three feet long by tao feet, tide.. As a
g..neral thing one extreme smoth
er ; hut Ibis --iS• Certainly:: an excePtion to
then rule, for the iron-bound box contain
ed not a f)etrified . dirail; Inittiothingtnore
nor less than , some very old Spanishcoins
in silver and gold Prom a grap h ic ac
count of the discovery, which . we Ilnd in
the Valley Spirit, we learn that an old
negro sorceress, ationt a year ago, asserted
that a portion of the vast treasure of the
famous Captain Kidd would be found bn
riml near the National Cemetery,. in
Natchez; Miss. This of cotirse 'set - the tie
tiering colored citizens, of that plaCe, to
digging for the treasure. After persever
ing fot some weeks in vain, they gave up
the idea. shortly after a - hearl Storm, a
few weeks ago, this box of treasure was
discovered, in an accidental manner, by'a
couple of negro boys. . •
'rhe treasure consists principally of
Spanish- coins, dated front 1450 ityqo
1530, and is probably worth about $30,-
000. Besides the coins, there were sever
al' gold and silver ornaments, a little gold
cross, with the image of - our Saviour,
proies the religion of the people who bur
ied the treasnre, and from the dates of the
coins, and Various' historical events ; it is
believed that this treasure which has been
so long hidden from the eves of men, was
buried by none other-thari the greatller
nando De Soto, and his followers, about
the year 154.0. It is well known that the
discoverer of the Mississippi Was in that
vicinity about -that time, and was much
troubled by the Indians. "
This discovery is au important.onc i as
it tends to throw new light on the advem
tures of the hardy Spaniards, who fre
quented the spot in its primeval beauty.
The coins will be purchased, by agen
tleman who will take them .to New York,
Where they will bring a large price from
carfMiKf7gSIONAL SUIMJITC r.
March 23.—The bill to promote the civ
ilization of the Indiana was called up and
a substitute for it passed. A motion to
reconsider was entered -by Mr. Stewart,
Mr. Drake called up the resolution con
cerning the admission , of negates to agri
cultural colleges, It was :opposed by Mr.
Thurman, and the morning hour expir
ing during his remarks, the bill went over.
At one o'block the case of General Ames,
the so-called &Mahar 'Vora 'Missimippi,
came up, andifr. Wilrains Made an ar
gument in favor of hiS adinission. Messrs.
Carpenter and Davis made strong sttecchl
es against his eligibility. After further
discussion the Sennte:actonrued.
Several bills were introduced and re
ferred, and resolutions instructing com
The State tunnel bill thetraame.up,and
was debated at length, and --fitiptly was'
laid on the tabfe—yeae 126, nays 41.
The consular and diplomatic appropri
ation bill was reported. It apps priates
g 853,01; against. $1,110,734 for the same
The Speaker presented n'.special .mes
sage from the President, urging the pas,
sage of the two bills now pending, grant;
inq subsidies to steamship lines.
the Utah polygmy bill 'was taken np,
and Mr. Hooper continued his remarks
in favor of mornionistn. The discussion
was continued by Messrs . . Sargent, Ward,
Amen, Schenck, and others. A motion
to recommit was rejected. The House
then proceeded to vote. on the amend
ments. Sections 11,. 14, 30, 31 . and :32
were struck out, and as amended the bill
•' • The gh of th s e ' : setf Mas onor th icrder in
take for her-complexion. a habit practiced
the CnitecistrenStt ate
by many young-ladies. That Miss 'K. had 1• Inw in _
s, ain O t
g he :fel
statement, is believed to be as
this habit, however, the family deny.
The father of the young huly was :Josiah 1 1 nearly correct as can be obtained from the
mostauthentie gourees': Alabama, 10,453;
King; brother of ex-Governor King.f
o f Arkansas ; 7.fi 7f ; : British Columbia, i 43;
Rhode Island, who, it mar he remembered•
occupied the gubernatorial chair during rado, 582;
Chlifornir, ~ o lio;; Canada, 8,022 ; (..olo
the 'I /err War"' in- 1841-2. Mach sym- 1 ware 722 : District of Columbia, 783;
Connecticut, 12.781; Del -
is felt for the family. and sonic idea H„ r i'z tui 1.7 5 :3 i Georg i a; 13,167 ; Id a h o ,
of•tlie public feeling manifested in the 1 225; iiii„ n i, i 50.,j29; Indiana, 21,205 ;
case maybe inferred from the fact time; lowa. 11,442; Kansas, 2,645 ; :entucky,
daring the past week over 2,1100 people 118, 1 329 ; Louisiana,ll,oPo ;,Maine,l4,l2o;
have-visited the house to see and hear for i mart-land, 4,791. Massachusetts, 18.266;
The b . 1 Message rif the President in•i
reference. to American commerce was ta. if thCITISeiVeI3. Ttoston Past.
and re- t 1 Michigan, 18,016 ; Minnesota, 5,920 ,
ken up from the Speakers table
ferret! to the Committee on that subjeat.l -The census. / 3fississippi, 12.30 R ; .Missouri, 14,8,2 ,
, Montana, 3.5:i; N e braska. 98G ; Nevada,
Mr. Logan, from the Military Committee, i . .... ; 911; New Pronswiek,:l,3ll: INlty Mono
made a report on the subject of cadetships ' - it Asnixorox, March 21. shire, 6.031 ; N e w jersey, 7,73 G ; New
and t° be aleellarrd- from 'farther Francis A. Walker. - Siiperintende lit of York, 74,079; North Carolina, 11,184:
consideration of the subject. •The corn- , Census, has published a circular announ- • Nova Scotia, 880 ; 01d0.20,R40 ; Oregon,
mittee also re carted. bill making a two Icing that the act of May, 1850,srequires2.203 ; Pennsylvania; 29.84 Q; ;Rhode Isl
yirs residence iu the:A:district mr.the parii the• Assistant Marshal shall be the actnal I and, 4,253; Synth Carolina (estimated),
of a cadet, revuisite. The committee also enumerator. Sub-divisions 'cannot het l 4,000; Tennessee, IG I -"W ; I : e xest 101-
n-'nee4mend the dismissal ••of General 1 farmed-out In whole or in - part, nor can triln Vermont, 7.024; Virginia, 8,0 . 00 ;
Schapt„ one otthe:ratent Office examin- I the' ditty • be performed 4by &linty or ,t Washington, :148; West Vir,ginia, 1 , 49 ' ) ;
ens, for his trade in the cadetships; the 1 proxy. All that the law alloWe'for this 1 Wisconsin, 7,713 ; Total, 468,455. The
exclusion from all,privileges of 4he door, i service mustiiii paid to the men• who ac- t number fur this State,lwwcycr„.is believed
ctiniunittee rooms, cloak; rooms, and gal-Ito:111v do this work: • --,:—
Ito be nearly 38.000, itS there have been a
leries otany.persort who has,.or may here-I Marshals are required to keep this filet : large number of admissions during the
after attempt to. l comipt a ll y member of I-dis,tinctlrin, view; and to form. their sub- past two rears, which Cannot he definitely
Congress, end thatConituander tipsher of I divisions with express reference to their , ascertained.
the navy be courbmartitdedfor using im- lennineihtion by single assistants. •
proper means to procure the:appointment j:
t ,•---=, .i...,...:- •:L -
of Lis sad to the Naval A4u-1 &nay. The j. t' Mit t` incident in eon nec ti„
bill requiring . a,two Pare residence came l 'Avith Whittetruires evil:ll.6mi ha's come to
tip first (or discussion, The time, wag re- light. It is said that while the investiga
ducetio e ' on _yea,- and as amended the . t i i4 , was t o ifi g f b i t. ii.. - Nibt a el i ‘, •- o r ' m il_
-bin passed- I : l 4tx•reaalUtiott;. in regard to 'Mitt, Weiit'oyertriVhittiiiiore - and said:
-Commodore T r pehmr.gase-sise to consider-' whittouiore,Th tell y ou fa u . you loan
ble debate,.baltriteopted;l : Mie-'resolu- , reta in * t in i i gA 4 .l7-i:-.. . . , .:,
iiew.iwrOgard' to - lkner 3l schmil 'olio ailisxf?'" 6 - ki:lt'llie . dealer in 'cadet 2
Rase rise to adengthy-dehate:! Itivestlti4Ai rs , .' -- ,1 , --.-.1 -.. .!,.. :.- --- -- - -
silly sdoptett 118 - IT* tirtititteeollittoweir't^. agaet•i'DeMec:rit te'63ideit:it," ii. ; ;ls the,
eiriding:frunf.tbehtkioki-laidlalleries, per- i ' 1 . e ,,y,,,.:•..- i -:, • ,-•• 2 - : -•• :. , ••• • - • -
sons guilty Of litternpting tozorruptitierti - I - ' , - -
hers.. ' ~ .. 4 .:-.--1 . .- ; :wi'. - -•-•-•;i• - ;; :,-;' ',- —P. D. Morrow r etwof Towanda has
Mr.,llooper, _of Ate' A l'ustoraaif p appointed by Oov. Gearj. additional
‘P e .r s9 old'endanatiatitl — tolatt #'3.,t14.10.113tEr.44-9.i.OritilAct2:lli.
piekog? 4 thfc.p • - - .4 , i t y r -- , l— , - -------
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March 24.—Inimediatelv after the read
ing of the jountl, on motion of
the Senate vent into executive sees-
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..:';', a;:• - • , .:1 iz- , :Li - 41n5*.r.n.::;;'.1.4:14 .T.r, 4r;
,4.44 r •
M arch 251 b.-41P. 'ffithait4d
bill to reduce the army to 25,000 men,
The YU) 2 43 point - ref...inflation of t he
Union and Central-Pacific Ilailroarls was
culled 1111, tiiscuSsed , anti passed. Pend ing
the 'consideration, of. a bill extending.' the
homestead and pre-emption laws to the
pnblie. lauds iti,Alabaitna, Louisiana, Mis
sissippi:mut Arkansa44 the morning imiir
Xpired and lie Senate went into execu
A nitriiiier of ptitions were . received
and several unimportant resolutions adop
ted. A 1am3, 0 tintufiee of private bills were
dispdsi cd of tinder the call.
• Mr." Randall sent. up and had read a let
ter Emit W. E. Lehmen, an ex,-member of
Congress, denying for himself the impu
tation einitainedin Mr. Kelley's speech.
Mr.' Kelley exotlorated him and seVerad
other ei-ineriiheriS mentioned. The house
thetfat 2 C'elock 'Went into Committee of
the Whole on th'e Tariff bill. 3Lr. Allison
Concladekhis:tultptinient • in favor of a re
duction - of taxation. 'lle Was followed by
Mr. Reile , r,:who spoke in favor of a pro
tective tariff. At the close of Mr. Kel
ley's speech remarks were made by Messrs.
Cleveland and Bargent Mr. Schenck gave
notice that he would fry to otose the de
brae on- the Tariff bill on Monday. At
half past fiXe.the Rouse adjourned.
Dead or Alive.
STONING-TON, Conti., Feb. 19.—For the
last few : days this village, as well as the
.neighboring •. towns of Westerly and
Charlestown, in Rhode Island. have been
the. scenes of:much excitement, caused
by various rumors as to the condition of
.ii young lady in the•latter place, who, it
was reported /Ind boil] in a star of tratie4•
_for nearly a week. Others denied this, as
serhng that she was dead. Yesterday
Afternoon your correspondent, in trnpa
ny with- DrAireorge it. Stanton,. of Sten-
ington, visited Charieston, a small manu
facturing, village. and art with no diffi
culty in finding a low weather-beaten
house, the residence of Mrs. Josiah King,
the yonug ladvls mother, from whom we
learned the following facts :
Miss Susie A. King, her daughter. was
about. twenty-three years of age and of
fine personal appearance. About two
weeks ago she was taken sick with some
alketion -of the throat, by which she was
confined to her bed for several days, when
she was supposed to be convaleseent, and
allowed one day to come (ien stairs.
That night, however, the grew worse.
complaiumg,of ,severe pains in her heti&
and fee ti and continued to grow worse till
theenext day, when she lapsed into (mini.
conscious state, in which she remained
until her death, Friday. the 11th, at half
past seven A. M. The usual preparations
for the enve were made • the both , laid
in the coffin, and snntra-i rue mnerat ser- '
vices were held. While the friends were
taking the last look at the Andy a physi
cian present thought he observed signs of
The body was removed from the coffin,
and. heinlz plaf,ll in hlan ket R, frietion a ml
artificial respiration a as resorted to with
out effect. The next flay the onlyanie
Wafter.- was used. hut at ail.
After hearing the als ye partienlars we
were invited to view the body. which lay
in a coffin on the tahle.. where it has re
mained since Sunday. this being the
eighth day since death was supposed to
have taken place.
Thobody presented the uppenrance of
a person in full health and sound sleep.
The face was full and round: the cheeks
flushed and the lips red the eves tin
stinker), with no outward signs of death.
'['hem was a total absence of ninsertlar
rigidity. and Wednesday. after lying six
days in this condition, the body was per
eeptily warm to the owlets. The phvsi
cian the stetlieseope, but
could-detect no pulsation of the "heart,
while-the application of a lighted match
to the skin produced no blister filled with
serum, which is said to be invariably the
case,when life is present
Many physicians from the surrounding
country bare been to witness this won
derful phenomenon. thou g h disagreeing
in their conclusions, scrim believing Miss
King to be in s state of trance others
think her dead, and attribute the preser
vation of the corpse to arsenic. which it
is postible oho bitil been neenstomoil to
Witi tre - tt",ll . y . Vagedityi
Libel - . .Watttre. c." -
nnpatenrod tract. and after rho. flat left the Court. and :tiler
lons , ,fand Lract4 lta:u I ran,- L l / 1 .. tite ~J9‘jgcl i in thc
knitted to dui Protholicitaties the tirlwtl- laid said I hate
spectivc countics,ipd entcred rcinar- cifin,untca nu hrcth.•rn in thc room,
ter-provided,the umoun Vs found-m-be4 , tard touch th ritthe hid:3lft CO.:laartr&lW
, due, together with die labor and cost. of admitted a 10k51,),a41, testify for a wife.
'making out and filing, shall forty an ;Ind upon giolerid iitih*er.tailding of
fire, ate sutra, which shall he entered in a t the Court. we think that a w if.: is a cam
' lien docket to be provided and kept for iveteitt, tvaltss•flirtlite,- liushatici4 and the
that purpose: and the said stint sh a ll I, ushand a 1 . 1 , 1111 , 1AC11t. %% It ••• f.ir the wife.
bear interest at the rate of six per vent.— ' But when put, upon the stand, although
In confornk with this law, lien dockets i she is .put, there be her husband. he be
have teen firwarded to each comity, an d-1 cornes general.witness, and way be exam
on the Stu or May nest, and so to the ,inetitaboub an rating that has relation to
27th day or ;ii - ove s naber, the t Willey
! eral may commence suit for the recovery,
as is provided by the act of Bth of April.
lfitifi, of the timount of lien, with lath
, tional costs.
The mem4rtalists sal that the State
ought, of course, to receive her fair dues,
but that it is not just alter having, so lung
slept upon her rights, she should at this
late day prosecute a suit to recovoragainst
a citizen a claim, lwarly all of a hick is in
some way e.trnp o s e d of the accunitilutod
interest of tnure than a century audit half.
and in must of over half a century—a
claim which in some instances exceeds the
pry sale thle value of ; t ile land. They
also say that lunch of this land has passed
thr ou gh many hands since the original
wan-ant was Issued Ly the State ;, much
is owned by viduws and orphans ; much
has liven suld fur taxed,uld is held by a
county tax title, and on hundreds of t racts
more mono- Las been paid fur taxes than
w o uld, with iltun:bi. amount to trelhe the
latue of the land! And tunlr cohaider that
if is a grave question whether, should the
land be sold mnlvr this law, th, holder
would out have a right to rocLoer inno
the county all the bank taws ho Las paid.
The Relapsing Fever.
This terrible disease; about which SI)
little i., known except of ifs commonly fa
tal results, and which in the cities of Lon
don and - New York. has treated as much
fear as incilliry, now prevails in Philadel
phia to a greater extent than is at all ap
preeinted by imr'eitizenS.
So far it seems to he - confined to only
the most wretched of our population,' an?
to find its victims among the denizens ci
Bedford and kindred streets. From all
that is known of this insidious disease—
'% hie+ oftenest results in death when it
is least e xperted—it undmibtedly arises
from a pcisonims attno-ph and while
it i 8 e(lnragjoaS, as the 1110 . ;, ray or other
fevers are, it is at tr.sent confined to
those or filthy hni,it, and surroundings.
At present Chore are over fifty per:ons
in the Philadelphia alnik hone.. prostrat
ed Ly relapsing toyer, told the number
daily inereas-s, though a ~ - r oat many
deaths have occurred from .
it during the
week. It is a little ritrioio:t that the great
est pereentage of the ta, , ott ending Wally.
was among the colored population. The
ithites are generally - convalescing, lint the
tA, tiiMlr WO
-11111:: tar the patients in the cure, non,
soff•ring, from the fever had it when ta
k.•tt there. with bat two exceptions. Those
two were from one of the rooms of the
Workingmen's Ward, the overcrowded
condition of which the inquirer referred
to in its extended oport of the Institu
Into this room intended for the accom
modation ~1 porsons, the g,nariliam
have been compelled, against their tot it
inclinations, to put 85 people nightly ;
and if the system of Ventilation now em
ployed at the alinsharis , ' was not s o cxecl
lent and thorough in supplying fresh air
to these Ft:', paupers, who are . by the crowd
ed itiOn of the institution obliged to
lice in this room. the danger of the fever
Treading through the whole house would .
be Tory great.
As we have said, this disease finds its
victims where dirt and poisoned air must
abound, and this fact should teach the
Board of Health the urgent necessity
there is for a thorongh cleansing of our
streets and alleys before the hot weather
comes fully upon ns.
Fifty out of a population of 3,800, suf
fering from a generally fatal and coutag
ions disease, is a large number, and it
must he remembered that this fever is
finding fresh victims every day, and that
not to check it now is to let it grow
yond the power of checking, as i t will be
when it has crept into every dirty street
l and alley in this city.—Ph frit Inutrirer.
Fltrength of the Magonle Order.
.11111. 410.-• -- •
—The British naval Court of Inquiry.
cuthal at Yokohama, Japan, to investigate
the.charges against Captain Eyre, in ref.
Mom to.the Oneida diaster, recommend•
his suspension from service for six months !I
This is British human ity•and justice. -
—We bate the rumor thaf Judge Hoar y
has retired from the Cabinet: After fhe
snnlibing he recei v ed 'front tbe Senate in,
relation to his appointntent 'StiliiSnia
Jude ife 11%0cl - think he wimliffeel like
- retying, m
,soewhere. ' now.,tve bear otla,' :express
Ksi an to o !' s I‘iapw.is to g e t one train almut tn-bu,Put:on - racitiO
J9',155. Supretn9. ti4e:tligm4e.hetweeit
udge. ; what tN_ankil wtll not the , eas (AY,
jaidif - d6 next ? 'Better' woman rbrado,f4lo 6-lioursi_Alaiit
Own, put her on titt,,Zo,4-iintr " 11 45'84: 1 1 4• WW I#l.4itd . Wilt lib A 93310 I . :glen I
140 414 Lift.oo244l4tlrs. l lPLlßP.ll,9nntli - '. - TLt
X' a 41.,1
Lois of Stei;ttnbo9n4 During 11469.
Mr. B. Devereaux, Chief of Steain
hunt Inspection. has made a report, to..See
retar.y Buutwell, from which the following
is obtained iu regard lo the loss of steam
ers, life and property throughout the U. S.
during the yrr 1869 : :
steamers lust. y lire, 36; collisions of a
serious -churdeter, 21: steamers lost hr
snags and other vlaztructious, 3u. Liu-s
lost. ny3. Aun or prop,ay 10,4 a
-131.906. Of this aniouut there wvre lost
in the We,t. rit oat, steamers, 340
and worth of property.
77 .-. WO rind the following imeeinet and
clearly Ei tea. NV of the land question in
the 71\ 1 ';'w Ifampsh ire SI at rand t on. It
Ii OF: truth in a 110,611:
" We 1. now a man—and there are thou
sands of jIIA I%liu in 1.l 2, lull
gold. Lle bold it fur ik - !.,4n0 in
roenbo,vks. iu 1r0.,3. 1 ilia those green
he Wight k‘2,401) in bonds. flies ,
I).nils, of eJurse. c,,st him 'pit *;1,000 in
gold. For seven year he has dean deaau sax
per cent, annually, also in gold, mu tb ,
face of his bonds. Six per cent., simple
interot, ou is2.4no, is *144 per annum.
For the seven yea r s it has amounted to
*.l,OuS. or eight dollars more than ho in
vested in the first place, reehouing only
sitnplu interest. Now, the (i runt-Buntwell
dynastv sit vs, pay him the Paco of his bond..-in gold - , or. In other words, ley him 82,-
400 in gold fur what cost. hint 81,000. Su
now, at the end of seven years, he receives :
Pri I acipd. ; iutarert, j;i,nus: total.
t• 3,408 ill gold, fur what cost him only itl,-
000. It is it net profit of inure than - 4-10
per cent. Is that justice: Is it right:'"
hope that. Congress mill not a
d.pi th e suggestion of the Efonse Commit
tee to turn uut all the boys at the Milita
ry and Naval Sclwols who bought their
appuiutmcots. This WOlllll wily give the
rascals who hay.. sold theta once a chance
to sell them again. Probably they would
not again resort to public advertisements
iu the lc ew York Tiino . , but would carry
k in the business by VrivAte sale. Indeed.
this has received, high Radical sauction.
Butler said he spent the tummy receit -
ed for the good of the party, the re-o
tivn 2.0 expel Initn via: lort. 'lle prose
cuting officer at, Wa , biugton, being a
. tv vuetrive.
lUNV %%filch iwn
men t and a tin, clihr c times tit , anwuni
upun the Congressmair commit
ting this idrens,. If there is atwitter %a
cauel made iu Butler's district, he will
make another of eours2 for the good
of the parts
Republic of Columbia huts
ratified the treaty granting the Vilitui
States the right of sear across the Isthmus
of Darien for the com‘tructiou of the
tc•roetunic canal. Our nasal officer's arc
,;ern now survoying the route, fur the pro
posed channel, and )t Lcu Unit' prelimina
ry ta-k is completed the real work of dig
ging the canal will doubtless be speedily
begun. toistacks to he overcome are
many, the exi,enditure to be incurred
heavy. hut both Combined must uol h e
permitted to deter us from dm grcat. work.
We has e spanned the 'Continent with a
railroad. and are about to duplicate that
' great undertaking. It is now our ditty.
and should be our pride, to clut‘e the
htlimus and internungle the two oceans.
l'ranee has done as much on a smaller
• scale; be the greater work ours, inasmuch
as we arc free, and wealthy, and France
oppressed and far from rich.
—Some ladies give as a reason for not
wishiror their husbands to insure their
lives, ‘k.) money could make up the loss,
if he were taken away," or "it seems like
tempting Providence, to insure one's life;"
or, "Money would he little conxolatian
then. - But death may come and leave
you as it has many, bereft of both hus
band and resources. Then, with no
sihility of a return of the loved one and
dependent upon the kindness of friends,
nr compelled to wrest a livelihood fr,r t o
the hard world, you will appreciate the
value of an ivestment of a small sum
yearly hi Insurance, and.seo
n interesting decision IVai; made
in. New York on Tuesday, March 13. re
lating particularly to citizens liable to
military duty in that State. Mr. William
I Sinclair was iinprisoned under a warrant
issued to collect a fine imposed by a court
' martial for a nori-perforniance oi duty,
' The principal qnestion submitted to the
4 i. Court was, " Does the statue authorize
imprisonment for non-pa.yinent of militia
tines ?" The Judge. 11 pon reviewing the
law decided that, there is no authority to
I arrest the prisoner, and that he must be
T* P ! , "Thomiands have been thanged by
the nse of the kf'ertivian Systip (a protor
itle of Iron) from siekly, suffering
creatures. to styling, healthy, and happy
men and women, and invalids cannot
' reagonahly hesitate - to gitO it a trial. -For
Dvspepsi;i and Debility it is a specific.
rThe folloltin;g resolution, offered
it in the Wisconsin, I,i.l4.islature; recon-t
-'1 Inc:tided to Utteutiou or Or
11 Unit Taw
" fl f e.sq , Th t it,all,
_person! Acti ng : .io
the capapiky of lobbyipts, gbalt, during
the, rcnntinuelpf:tho SetBioll, wears btulgo
, tun-their-Cats or paps, or in coudpicuous
'i r PitioO , onl l cirtP€ l . l3o !lt with .tlt9 ounto- of
I the richemu:they repp..tott,plaiuly printed:
r'il ' -''''''''''''' "
1 - r — "Witnoltvitsitt 'UtigliTtittirC --- " - ':+ -- L2Th,qlitlr e r" \C'a.'..: of fro nation
hate mant,u rat, d it squatter war near
In the senate, Mr. Purman jutrthlltee‘l Fortress .Motatte, Viripia. They appro-
Ile followif g resolution: prtated a farm helotiging to a white man,
,--•.: I,',.,,,freit, Chat William W. lywirk,ilay-fi t ml - wan lo t• tight n 011 l 01/ that line."
in L' aptie,ired bet, , re t he "•••-liatt: Cottnntl-1 frhesol , itteviith , ,uniendment fellows evii
it..79;• on the Tr4.,,,liiy ..nt .-I,t;:t. J.), ithz 0.-: .3...:,,4::,1,:: , 4,1. . L ~_ ..: to the rights
fri- , t 1
tr. s.v.rii and bite ....Vide* to- : . 01 . . rrnp, 11%. In - iii.o . n,
o, •\ ~.r. they do
the -ai conthtittec i ll ~,,•ii 1 ,1 1 ,41,..r,ai the I,oi dittt. i I:1 , 1,11 . .4:1:cm tit.: .r ‘‘ Lae allies,
Stu,. , ',..ii ,%:, L:•.--ar% ; • i!,. 1:.'1'f. , ruyi',., ,, .. •' . P ',• , ... - ft,•- ,- • ~,,,,,,,,- I n ., owned
il, 0 , 1 - , , „.. • ;1 ,. :-.. enat ... I ;,,• ~, ,r . ,,, , ~.:,; , ..:1, an..., -11, 'on .., lt hiett belong
' Sall' i Willutin-lk . Irwin is hereby adjtulged-' to - other TN - q,lO, and thC ncg,roes have the
guilty of contempt, - and therefore the sanw,opitoott a5.,14,-thcar-,!:ights,to films.
N"aker or the , sellak I"' unit 18 * heitb Yl' ;:. " : t ht. rttri: : ,:ni i t ‘'',?' ,litiri t " rettitittitecett
authorized and directed to issue his war
I . i . : i , 5 ( , ), 1 , , ,:,... t f i ;r: . ..h , , ,is vi. 4 .i: :.c. i,
v p i t i . a , . 1 , ;:: „4 „0. ,,,f ,, , - ) l . ro cn r ic e h ae o h f
14 11 .4 " 414'" na reg il a i l , ' ir ,,rg hr il m il t " o p b r lk od rpla uce a a u t th tl —b. / ie .•
the SenitrZ'AVil.liain IV"...Lrwin, there to '
he othi:r tk. 'Flit': r I:"triititrible shows
be held and subject to such Orders A.l the ~t r hem . :irr „
r, , 200.3 I) . o . l7 , irixeilt , tht,
.';,•ii;lte tit make, in the prewlses.
nu , iiiiiherit 'Of 4 , 4441 inotitrt:'.lh'ii."4 ;Gen. 1;
lii the - 11.*6ti51 ,. -.'flit?' 861nito till extend
t Feb.l, 'tens 11; March 1, Joshua 9;
ing aid to the Jersey Shore. ituflalu, and 1 .Ipril 1, 1 Kings G: Mav 1, 2 Chronicles
Pine Creek Hail \rat - , the Pittsburg. Vir- 2 , : J um, 1. p s „ lnt .?,):
.1, 111 , 7, p, lnt 117;
ginma, and ..1 - ntrlesiown, tip the Moliongii- . ~.
_., , ~ • , ~, , , , ,
i t r ; i • IS4liilii .0) j , 31.1 , 11.. I, .1 Atileritatio . ns
Bela valley% the Clearfield - and. Buffalo, and
:; : Out. 1, Alie:ili ."): .Nur..l, 64 John 4;
the Erie and Allerdlany Raildroads, was u . 1 E 1 . .
I el, , 1) 11t11.1116 .).
The bill authorizes the companies above S —This is the way they expatiate oti.tri
pained to exchange their own bonds fur . uinplis in Lima. The prima donna of
those of the Pennsylvania and - AlleglianyL, the opera, Signora MarelietAi, has just had
Valley Railroads, now in the State Tress-j her, benefit. Iler admirers decorated the
on'. I streets all the way•froin her house to the
The bill passed—yeas, 59: nays, 34. theatre with ribbons, flowers amitriiitriph
lii the 'Senate, 111 r. (Indiana announced" al art' 's i. •iiiid after -the : , performance'
that there were thirty defaulting wit i.ss- , they took tier home in a chariot made ez
es iii the Watt-Diamond election case. ; pressly for the occasion.
awl moved that attachments be issued
, —The I lunting:ton Wohe wants that
"all" I jug" their attendance, Agr ee " tth people to start a co-open& re;nian ufactur-
I n tln• Rouse. tho following bills a ere , ing . ennipany in that. linage we guess
avi. , l upon : b.
they had better start a eo-operativasiome
:-,man. hill icefinin•g charitahle urganiza- ti ,,,, ,z there. it . 11,e ,
~ ,, .t
want to he no ._
limn: to Le tho-,e in which the corpora t ors 1 , ,, ,, k.
If the Hit ti tingdunlans would woik
rect•iNe no profit was paved.
a little more . tugethet they might amount
I l 'lce hill g ivin g a widow the Fan"'
lire to something in the (Alone of a eouple of
Hitt rest in the realest:it.. of her hushand
f hundred years.
e hieli the widower world hare had in the , _ • •
-5.,; - It is pri.pos,t he 1 4•II.IVSS to pay
real estate of his wife. was indefinitely ' .
~• - . •,,
5,11.0119 for a pvrtrat tot taw Li ncoln.
pn.-Ilsowd In' (111 ayes to - 21; noes.
~A 6:1,UU0 would but a panorama of his life , Tin• j,..ne resolution urging
1".. : n/zr .'
. '-froui his birth to il iS CA 11. Sume one wants
to r• iwal 1110 present orpressiNe alll , llle
lafat• b t f Ib•i
-1 job on o ... ra lam.
tax was postponed.
House 1,111, authorizing, the (Inventor, —On Tnes'iltv t•t.en Mg. 1110 Common-
Adjutant anti Auditor-General to erect a wealth C.eitierati tc Company was orpn
monnawnt on the Capitol gmilinh, in izt d at Scranton,- cyder a.cliarter granted
11 ,, n0r of the soldiers of l'ennsvlvatini a t the present session of die I iegiSiattire,
Wil , , fell in the lato war. was passed. and elected fir Pn:sitlent, Orrin Frank,
The Moose bill diverting, thrtaxes from of Scranton.
tater!' licenses, retail brokers. theatres,
_ Thechieri _ .
go Tedreill rt;i4ntiv eon-
Flint:rest:nuanl:O-ewers, etc. from the Sinking
tradiets the statements that Sheri . dan is
into the Treasury, was passed,
now desirous of being released •frona,com
ij"e ion makin g it unlawful to is ' ne /nand of the Western I)eltartntent because
store ordem in payment of wages for la-
Colonel ItokerliaS not luietilirumoted as
too-, and requiring such wages to be paid be ,, e(ineste , i.
absolutely-in cash, was defeated in the, " '
Committee of the Whole. anti the Hums , . I —MI , •lowl FtT4'll , ‘ , tit who murdered Mr.
sustained the action of the committee by faiiiger anil"liisf" , wife, itt Truntansburg
41 vcas to 35 nays. Lam& tr. in Tompkic , con iit r, New York.
—TI a t,, the cure—a g,.(1 apple,
Gas m)rks—..Etna and Verinvins
—A gilt-y parson—a carvr.r and gilder.
—.l new kind_ or intoxicating liquor
ben di,tilled from tea.
litt,hatid uC tivo wives, all living
c,anniit tett suitadt: at. Ellivuttee, Minn.
-1r letter post Age is mlneed to 00,
•ot, there will Iry two sent 11 hen! ,
one sent now.
- Wa•ii gt.. 11 •-iy
K.ln-:.ts is the PCllllJlkatiia
—G rven and purple are the new dyes
the hair. in which the Paris coc•.otte
appear on the Bois.
—lt is n111)1412(111,41. the mull - 111 g s opera
trout ezlnnot pai . ): its wa,y,, anti Will
—.lll old lady ettya it makes no.ililf•r
enrc whittla wtv-prufessiotuel polititians
belong fur •• ull of them will cheat."
—A librarian, arranging his7linnk t : ae
,,,rding to their subreet matter, t "Irish
Bulk - IitIVT the head of ag,ricalt and.
—A yuung lady of Quincy, .I.llMois,lost
11,•r voice roe,ntly from the utlects of sul
phur m•ed is iuuking the ligltta M widen x
which took part.
—Speaking of , tha.reeent death of an
tent poray says " The deceased also made
Ills tirst ascension iit that place."
—A physician anti an untiolaker re
shie in the same house in Boston, and it,
ne v: Xsioned an awkward. mistake a day
—Aligh life in New York had a wed
ding the other day; npon the invitation
cards -to ; which ivereAngnaved theaigrni
ficant wool*" NoPresented?, ~ ,•- •
—A ens* bachelor says that the gii!at
est organ itti the world 18 'slid to be the or-
Fat) , of sricerli behitisc it is an
ton, having oppOsed the appropriation for
the. pay of the fenuile - clerks, hus been pre
sented by them with four leather medals.
—You must measure the strength of
a mum by the power of he fceliugs he sub•
dues, umlaut by the p,owcr of those which
subdue him., aria ben.cc.composure is very
(den tlic iiigheSt result of strength.
-The. Boston Journal &lye: Ono of one
popuinr .clergymen, in-art-eloquent dis
eout•re lately—whether by design or aeei
digit hi congregation could not deter
mint—located the : kingdom of heaven in
the city of Boston..
—The charge of libel preferred airain:if
the Pall Mall Ovizette by Mr. Dion lionei*
eault, has been withdrawn by that gentle - -
man, with the understanding that pnblie
autendetwould be made fot• the limiting
of the obnoxious article. The Gazette
made u limper retraction:
—Revel 3; tiki 2 nt•&''AeTtliti r
the seat rince.oecuptedby Jilm.on - DaTis.
'this itifOrtl.s . the Bailie@ a theme for fr-
Tient comment. But tho Detroit Free
I'reatt asks-" does not Zechariah Chandler
seat once occupied by Lewis-Oast?:
Is trot foentoti, in . the scat of Silas Wright;;
Dick Yates-in the seat of I)onglas, Charles;
Siniutier in. that of. Daniel. Webster,. Drake
in that of Thomas H. Benton, 'Colfax•in:
that 'once ocenpieilbyPeorge and
Martin. Van Jiaren,,antLOraut that .of
Georp,e'lVashington and Jefferson?" .•-•-•
istoit ie - told eta Taira' . vock '1 -r•• iu
:Nesper,,chiondagO coitt4Y, h, Y•ommi'd'
ing of a smanztrtLwifei. and one little boy
uhauG ; tiro }}cats olds , This little - -cello*
_.has= itotjeccr thnt. - "whenever hik. nioth - et.
Feollea-i,)iid:lnther, he *01,11(11 - ccinAitenee
wiihstling4tuta:_the storm had Fissedover..
oneduy, he wever, , he - made Ito dent on s t.ft•
tion whatever while receiving
rrection from his The boy noticed
sonta Milo; 'said to ltird; 2 •(*ky
- 4 f`,;.J....C.
Sawnlay eveiiine ta.t. 11;1, loptt 'ruptured
in Tiog; . i c‘tulity.
—Mannin g 17111I
dered at Trey, by
thrtt• no,b,ra tth Lr k into his boilse to
rot. hi= sit,. son-irk-kw. Eklwari.l Al
ex:lll,ler. tiretla ;2,tto to.tiltirtir • the Deig3l=
bons, and the rithlwr,
MA rtx is;.
TIVFANY—MOUIZE—Iii I I trior t, on the 24th
inst.. by Rev. A. 3Llhr. altn.m.l Tiffany and
31i•• Sttr.lh B. Moore, all ui Harin!.
I.ll:lltacri---F.+4;aor--/n Diao.4„ on the tr2d or
Mord,. I. esq.. Mr. Nathan Bur
f ratirot, or
;, • •
Tho Season and Daziggir3.—The human
6.4.1 y is chiefly tisht4 and fibres as
-,nsittre to 1,1'17 ,hatitt, in the rOndillon or - the altoitsa
phcres. the most delleate electrometer, or the
in a hanotn‘ler Lobe,
Tht tonin, 0. tit,
-Ss In: the hone., the Inne, led the
t eiyrrtnry m e mo.ccan ore esspertelt, Itchle to he affected by
e,..• sa rill t lont.nnd thele•st ss fent:4 liszkinllt their dlsa.
trot. tendency t la keep the the ttctchldolTs Watlcbk
Meths met 13TITIAled the whole gy•tem s In gonsf-ilectitt
It the ttonmett lo week or sllssonlered neltbec ttte blpiod
or the Lilo rnt he in a healthy 'dote, end neon the !It
ems,. of the. , tett? impurmu I:W . 111040r thenplece Isselrmrd
to them by netttet and the 'n•glibriti or their dote d
health In a not mettntre depeudif.
NV4F• Ow ale la twavyily laden xltb cLilling 11401116,4
It offdtt hist [hitt roman, of the yertr, thodigeatlatistiattkl
he of ..... nitor If it 4 w.•ak anti languid,
pi)%icultellUdlttr trtli 1/0 - eugiruted. If it I.
Um entire biganu...•bm u Ul be .;.r.og .4k (TOM,
Ow norm:ran:laud debb...ing Otinenct o.t • daapp•aad
gutted to ititoplo•r-
A pets and powerful tonic to therefore eopectallyneed
ed no etitherthe 111...1 , 116 Oflolle . :Cant/60D in
the epring.ana Iles miter's btomath Binds band Ow
most wholesome and potent inctilrine of er;elise tit
prt,elnl killmn. it I. particularly advisable at
this period of the year.' The,eturn.lcli, thereby be
mead and stren,sthened; the Ilee'r and %Swills regulated,
the timely, system braced ajy. and nature rat
of actlre debate° spirit the wiestha ethiehliaperbidneem
Intermittent and remittent hirers. rheninattartaktierraie
debility, headache, hypochondria and other eerOtethis
which ;are apt to azoall • The autoncd 'and unkal464
orvinizatietus. The body id strengtheuedlettheed t•
the brain, and ene, , ena..ntb no nnplOtutattrreleibila
follows its reviving end renovating operation.—tfardt.
farthe tverieotorycrong Teti end totheTS who:1(114-
(er from N4 . l , o[lllDrtillitY. rte.. Pnpplying Ike teeing' et
pelf rum. Written by one who cured hinuoilf ; and
beta-free on treelvinc a pont paid d inched entlalotro. AL
1, 4 NATILAINTEL Y&11R,
Doc. :MI, 1i.19.--6111, ' , nap , Brooklyn. NAY,,
CONSUMPTIVES.—Tbe Advalttlitori , iAng
rettlored lu health In a few weeks._ by a
tory ei mph: remedy, after hat Int: ,nlieretl torvetakytaanti
With a toVeta-ilitlf, 4ettict,ina thatdriadcslattase.
Coneturaptlon—lM tIfIXIVIIn to matte knowo t 9 la" (claw
sufferers tiot mean. of vote,
u all WhO thselfo it, 11,1%111 send n copy of t/t4 Mee
ectiptlon need trees of clitirrohwith this direction for
Pr , Plarllnz and neloz. the *now. a lileh tlio# Wlll4lllll a
sere (*eh,. trop t'..]sljxntte,AeruuA, nEOSeIIITIS, etc.
The ohject OT the t v ertleer iu eendinii the Freeerlp
tlu le to beaciltlhu,seliennii tokeinnad dnfurmatien
hich he rotieeNee to he 14r4trihble; iihd he hopes
evw..Y ce Rcmr will try-ttie remedy, as It will unit them
And nuty.prove 4 hlre llll lge Partiea whaling
the preecript lon. wilt ifence addeews Rev. ZUW4.IID
A. 1511.A011, W 111 iamieburg. Kings Coinity..Now Task:
044).11 I y.
DEAF)InI3,- .BLISDNXES - Autd• AR .R
i-. t reuen xvith the nlrnorr imccegs .11y . •. lean ce
1 11.1).. mot Crofessor obilsenpro of .the Eve Ent'
t ht. specialty) In the Medical Colleco-of Peonifplvsoln,
12 yearsexperienco. (formerly of Le rim,. lloitand.) No.
NZ Arch Aoroet, PhlMde phla. Testimontaa ,
seen nt his office. The Medical faculty arothrvitett•ta
accompany thetrnatlento, or he hao no ocereti`in. his
practice. Artll. al eyes Ineerted withont o pot& Nu •
charge for examination. fobll Iy Jwfl
'ft ERROBB Irornic—ii:Gennernififitho sot
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it who need it, the receipt and directions for, lailing
the Ample reme , r by which he - wile cured.' Stfferers
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et, by itildre.lng. to Votlcet nattldeliCe. Joys .11.
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Turkeys, per lb.. 2.1027
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