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THOMAS J. HOLTON,
KfilTOa & rilOl'RIETOR.
r S irlli-Carnliini Wliiy ill be (Tiriei tusufi-
..I TWO DOl.I.Al! in iiuv .nrej'I Wn
Tn'i'l LAU." A.NU HITY L K.N I S ir (.uymcnl It
',,v,.l iur titMC moi.tii-juiMl Tlili KK iJCir.I.AKS
.n.l of li yi-ir. N"iiikt will l. ilim-oii.
,,ii MiiliUM srreurajra arc fiiiti, cxcr l at the
,!n.iiut Editor. .
,ln.riieiin" insrrl.il at One Dollar per siiiiara
,,,! r Ii-mi, Una sired lyi" ) lor the lir.l inner.
I ,,n j ml '""t" ''" u,'li continuance. ( .nil I ail.
,",iI. i,..iiIk mil' Smntl's - chained '-'' I""
,1 higher ! 'id dciiuciion nf 33 i r emit. ill
maile iron. !:... ri ,
A ilvertiM'iiiiiiU inx-rlud nioiilliljr i.r
. .'i.pif . l ! im f nu .ro for carli tune
Ij'I'jjI": t -' urt aulluii'H lo act igrnli
Frt'Ot liuKti li'i M-'gft line.
II 0 P E .
nd iti ttibmnt the nnUot duU'il tuclrar.
W i;i i'i r, fti I vlii n w u!! U ur j; t d -
I( liatrl on l' crrtairi i'mii ?
r vf.MiI.l it !W ion hi e4ry hmh-m,
, ir u to jj't rc: Inn luturo tit jr jjIixjui.
j- t fc.fl rr liriflitn i tj rltiuJ nf iH.rruw,
Wh'i-H cju itii a!t iJi'W o'er our n..ro w v;
, i'4Li(4 i'i'r..ri', hr pirtui h'.ur r4i
W u .urf mtt pnrf in cmi rffMiit")nn ;,
) i, wiliMiivl I it rrv lmri t c.e.
YH tt ir ftti'y in Krii f r Jtntrr.rf ,
T .f rj.JMiit xuilt llir Im rl run cUtvt
111 we ftAt into lic lotiir. .h1. m-f ,
vu iiii.il tie fptiU' tii) U r it l" cli r.
Am'1 !d ff.t; IViRt-Rt l our pU! fimth'ii,
hf lap-" kUii.l C tltt- IO nf lfH tit trHH'.
7'jumi I'tttinnn't M'g'izinr.
ur rKjs r uoHtiitAD.
" tiuy I riJ lib!'' I tsi.l, one
t.tl.i Jam; u.'triiiuj, we ist at tlio break-
''Vnf It' titb alcnuliful dij."
" H.t he'lS tlirot you !"
'J'hmw me 1" .U'l I IbiiijIi' J nicrri'.jr
i..! ii.i-rr.l j'uusly. "Say, je", uncle ijef,"
I to!itii,.j"iI, co.linj.-1j, tl.err' iithin to
fcr; l I'm Ayij lor i enur."
" You'll ilic of s ciiitrr ilivn," lie rrtortcl,
'.th IN urini vit, " fur Im'il lr-ak your
t":ck. The hcr-e hit only Xirvu thlJeu thrrs
t,n., tnice hy mye!f 0CC I'J
" It-it you've often aiil I w l-t!' r
i-tri 1 1) ri it J.jc." Jje a i!i flable-Iior.
"Hit' a i;.0'1 uurlf. r.'j do", Ai.il I
liirrw my aniM ni.out Lh hi ok n Lit il
I kiic-, i y r-ijH-riece. limt, n'u'-n I diJ
U I g( inT!ly cnriiivl tlipdny. My uncle
lit.. lo lo.ik .-trill ; Ldt I aw . rf
! ".tiii. He in.l; h tff nt, however, to
0- lit ru i,
" Why h.it tkt' I) .i'i. 1. in 1" he :''
"li jJi.in:" I crinl. I H1. aiiail-jmcul
I1 .1. 1 in, on nirh n inortiii'j an thi. "no
a. J,t a (;! lite a rockiu-li'rc at oni i'. '
" We!!, vt. il," lie il. " ir I mit-t, I nni't.
Villi '11 trai' tin life out of in it I il'.n t Ifl
v ii hive ydir . I i.-!i ynu'il pi t a
!. i iiaii.l, y.ni minx, you're j:ri)i.iiij; leyonJ
" llu:ii ii '. A liinLm-l. M'i'll, fi tf
y ri, I i! l-win to look out f..r oi:e to-day."
" He'll ooii n pent nf Ilia h: infill," "'id
i i. y iihc'o ; hut hi i-iiiil.' .i !ii-d hin W"rU.
" V.iu're . cros a y" I'lut, if you c;ni l
li ifiM-our wxy. Thi'iT," .-i inn I wh"ut
II "ik,- ' i) i.l jj.-t ri tidy, !iilo I tell
.!;(! to M.MU Mllo. You'll mt till) IlllUnO
Srr ifl don't .- ii.i yoa oil."
Mi-o Ka -non nl the door, pay, mettle.
"ic f ..It, alio hid cum t.a.k n I
ii iijiit.il anl pavu ine a ieioiM look 1 did
t .t fj'nip likr.
'' I Hf rar 'ni l HIT uncle. " Lot
it. y -t 1 1 jjive it U."
I I 'lUI'll,
'" ! riHtor i;ivr up any thin?," I "f id.
' Nit i Vi !i lh.- fiuilii'S ' I hu-loilid. eh''"
"N. I'll lido donii to the I'ocr-houe
"d a-k old Tohy, the octo-eiiia" put'i'r,
have tin-; and you'll he forced to hire
Wilkes tn cook your dinners." And
" I 'nid thi", my i-yi tinkUd iiii'i hiev
e'i'ly, for nn.-l '.:. mi old haihelor, alio
t. t.ud nil ftrniitu woim-ii, and had nn
t'J'-eial avcr-ion to I'oll ii"H, a sour old
'aid of forty ffven, bcraunf, years Hj;o, idm
bad pl.tt.-d to tiitr) liim into mi a i ri iiioiiv.
1;' foni he eould n dy, 1 pvc Milo In head.
John -i(-iti, wn arc told, went l't ; bul
1 ' iit f itir. It wii not loiter leforo the
u'.t bid it H hi, own Wny. At tir.-t 1 tii.'d
thick hi-fpved ; but he ot the hit in
lo tn iiiih ; and nil I eould do m to hold
"I i.d tni.t to tirirf; him out. Trees, fences
5nl l.(iiii! np,t hy in like wild jiigeoiia on
to ainjr A lon an the rond wan clear,
did will cnoupli, hut middeiily eoininir lo
bla-ted onk.that htm ted out, upeetre like,
f"m the cd-e of & r ood. Milo i-hied, twi-led
Iialf around, nnd planted hU fori IV el i-tub-lornly
in the ground. I did not know I
fall!. Mr, till full inyelf ill a ii.ud-hole,
wbieb Li j Rt one idi; n the ro.id.
Here wna B Cue, end to my liouiti'd horc
itiuiis!,:,, ; )!.lt ft3 ia nl,4 waj M,ft( I was
'"'t hurt, nnd the ludicroiii pcclai'le I pre
filled ko.jii got the upper bnnd of my Tcxa
" A lint: dinner I have of fmdiiifr a
'"nloitnl, in thii condition," I mid to myself,
''eallio, my j0-.t willl Ulidc. "If I OOlllJ
ce Homo niml dryad now. and pamf myself
off for a mud nymph, I iiiilit have a
chance." And I bejran to pick mynelf up.
" Sbnll I help you, .Mb I" .uddeiily said
deep, rich, inuiily voice. ,
I looked up, and xuw a younp man, the
(upprefcd merriment of who.-e Llaek eyea
urouiui ilia uiooti to my cheek, ami made
! lm-, for an inMant, uslmtned and nngry.
i ltut on glancing agaiu at my dresn, I could
U' t help laugbiup iu pile of myself. I stood
, iu the iinid, nt leant hx incbia above the
top of my bIiocj. My riding skirt was
jaja.-tcrcd alover, to that it Ijiiost im-j40.-ibloTVrt1:f.
TiffflCli "wiiai' inude. My
bundx and ui un were mud lo tho elbow.-,
. fJr I bad ianiincively txteuded them, ad I
i ft. 1, iu order to protect .uiystlf. J
! 'J'be youn man, a be hpoke, turm-d to
I the iivibboring fence, and takin;; off the
I top rail, placed it acroMi the puddle, then
fpiillilij: hi aim around my a jint, lie lifted
me oul, though not without leaviuj.' my shoes
behind. While be wan fUhiug tbe-e out,
which be began immediately to do, I Mole
1 1 hind the enormous old oak, to bide my
blu.-bin face, and scrape the mud from my
flocking and ridin-liii t. I bad matiaijed
to j.'ct the tiit a liule clenucr, Lut the I j f
waa till as t'.icK ailiiiuud as ever, w b.'ti my
companion made bis appearance with the
in ift-nir hoen, which be bad heraped till
they wtro iuite .retiitahle, and leadiiijr
Milo by the bridle.
" I'i ay, let me .c9 you bom"," he Paid.
" If you will mount aain, I II h ud the colt ;
and there will be no eliuneo ol hi.-, repeaiiue;
I could not an( r for chaine. Uut nhci:
ill thi Middle iiiiit!i-ri-d Mum tiling about
" hot ti ou'uiii'5 him. '
" It no trouidr, not the Ka.it," be re
plied, Maud, bat iu baud like . knidiliy
cavalier, and Mill retaining l.i.-. bold on thu
I ridle, " aud 1 really can't li t you go alonp,
for the colt it nt vi-rivu- ai he can be, to-day.
Look at bis cnif, and hn red iu his ever.
I aw you coining ilonii the road, and ix-pi-i-H-ii
y.iu to be thioMii, every ii.iuulc, till
I haw bow well you rode. Nor would it
have happened, if he hadn't wheeled and
topi cl, like a tiiek htie in the tiicu."
1 cannot teil Id -oothiiiu was thi- grace
ful way of txeu.-iiij: my mirhap. ftou- a
gUnce, under my eye lid-, at luc fpeaker,
and nw that be wai vtty hfud-ome and
(.-.-i.tli inaiiiy, and vpparenlly a'o.iut eix and
twenty, or !.evetal years older than iny-tif.
1 had hoped that uncle would be out in
the 6ri.i, oi ei locking the nn-n ; but a- we
entered the gate, 1 naiv him itlinu', pri
voLiiu'ly, at tne open aindow . and by the
time I bad apruii; to tins tilouml, he had
rouic out, bi eycii biiin f ill ol lui.-chltf. 1
did not dnrc to top, hut turu.ii to toy
eM-oit. I naid, " My . uncle, ur, won't )uu
walk in.'' aim then ru-lnd up lhii..''
In about half an hour, jutt as I had di et
ed, there a. ii a knuck at my door, my uncle's
kuoek. I could not but on' n. lie a
laughing a luw,iieut Uugli, Lis portly body
hhaawi ad over a it h uppreioed merriment.
" Ah '. ready at l.-iM," be said. " I began
to derpair of you, you ut-te ho lung, and
Cauie to hapten you. He's waiting ill the
parlor Mill," be aaul, in a malicious whli-pi-r.
' You've my comciit, lor I like him hu.'i v,
omy who'd hae ibought of liudiii a bu.-.-baiid
in a mud puddle. '
li ptd pa-t my louiicnlor, pnferiii.g
lo I'aio eieii in y c.-coit il.an to run the
ga untie t cf uiiel.s wit; and n as roon Maiii
iih ring my thanki. to Mr. Ten plcl.m, for r
such in y uni 1.-, who l.iiiowcd iu-, doan, iu-Iri'-lueed
J o make bltt of what tv-e would be a
hn.g .-l .ry.what aid in j.-ht tun ed out
to he eiiii.e-t j for in Ii-ks than rix moiifh-,
in thut icry room, I tood up to I come
Mrs. T n.pleloti. Ilo it all came about I
b. Mil'y know, liut 1 certainly did lind a
liii-haii'l on that day. Marry, tor that is
the nainu l y which I cill Mr. Teii.pUt.ju,
sayi thai I eiileled the purior o tl aii-foriu-
c. l, my light blue ti.--.ue Homing about we
ao like a cloud wn at h, my cheek -o ro-y.
my cy es o bright, my curls j-laving fiu-li
hide-nnd-n ek about my faee, liiat, not n
p. etil.g Mich on apparition, he io-t his h-.'ail
at one.', lit! a bin, ..r be Mill knows how
to coni liu.ciit as well a- ever, that my gay,
yet int. iiiLi-nt talk, so il if), rent from the
demure Mi-s be bad expected, completed
liairy was tin' son of tin old m i-hbor,
who had been alii" i ! for three years, and
In fire that time bad he. n nt college, no that
I bad li.ver seen him; but iiln-b' remem
bered him at one.!, and bad iu.-iatcd en !.!
May in f till I l ime diuu. (IioUl'Ii llarty,
from delicacy, would have left alter an in
ipiiiy about i. y health. My uncle was one
of tho-e who v.i;l not l.o put off, and so
Hairy remained," The luckiett thing," he
say " I ever did."
Milo i- now my favrrite stied, for Harry
broke biin for nn- ; and we are nil a-happy
ti- the d iv i Ion;-, uncle included : for ui.el.-ini-ted
on our livin.' with him, and I tol l
him, at ltit, I would CMi-ent, " if only to
ke.-p T'dl Wilke- from cookin.' bis diunei -."
Tn which he nn-wercd, looking til Harry,
"You mi: a bat a little fpitlire il i-. nnd you
may 1 le.- vour Mai s if you doij't vue the day
he went out to Ond a husband."
tl.M'. .' T1IK IlKASIisS. VYe Gild tliC
fo'.lo.iii.g iii-tructiiu revelation in a late
l.umbrr of li.e SptingliclJ 'Massachusetts)
"line of the reasons fur tho bower of
Fn iiM.nt pennons in the last campaign may
be accounted for by the lollowing, which is
doubtless one of scores ol simiiai instances :
" A clergyman in one of the rnmitry
1 ...M . ..I' M .,... Liim Its. a 1'ii-iiiont. r. but
. iii' - - - ... , - - .
' ail honest, well -ine uning man, was absent
' from bis flock for u few days ju.,t before the
election. On bis return bo lound a letter
enclosing n ten dollar bill as a cuiiipeiisatiim
' for a Fremont sermon which be w as request
j rd to preach. The occasion had passed the
I test. Unlike ihousandseiigage.l iu the sham
Uepublicati cause, ho was too honest lo
inoekct the money without rendering: an
it . i.i . r . - .. I :. ... .1...
equivalent, aua uiereio.o iiiumcu . w mv
ii I, ,...',.l he interest in" to Know lioiv
'many ten dollar f-'es were paid for political
hcimous lit the campaign oi -. ;
AiU'LTtiUTKD LtQijoite, '-The recent
death of a young man in Hrumptoii, Canada,
from taking iho " csi-eiico of brandy," with
which bo was manufacturing cognac, and
the revelation of the fact that strychnine is
largely used in tbematiufacture of whiskey,
lias awakened aoiue attention to the nature
of iho drinks which are sold for pure .spirits,
lirandy, gin, wins and whiskey are so adul
terated that comparatively little pure litjuor
can be purchased. Most of tho brandies
are a mixture of diabolical ingredients,
caustic enough to burn oak chips, to say
nothing of the delicate tissues of the human
body. The Springfield Jicpuldican says :
" No scen t is made of this business. The
drug dealers of New York advertise openly
thti CJIupotllidK by-icnu- of whitl'u tho ' ilc
imitations of spiritous liipiors are made. A
circular from one of these drug houses in
forms the world that brandy number one
the best suit, we take it is made of ' oil of
brandy,' a poisonous cilicr, oil of bitter
almonds, (as poisonous as prussjc mid,)
ethereal wine, alcohol, sugar and Malaga
wine. No.". Oil of brandy, acetic ether,
larmarinds, e!n rry juice, sugar, all colored
with burnt sugar. No. '!. till of brandy,
ethereal oil, bitter almonds, elder flowers,
nnd tannin. No. -1. Oil of brandy, acetic
ether, oil of peach and alcohol, (jiu Oil
angelica, oil of juniper, rum, essence of
lemon, salt, syrups and water ; if suiokiness
is required add a few drops of o rmntr nud
lo innke it biting upon the palate mid some
run stir jmfusi . The circular advi-es man
ufacture! s to use with discretion tamarinds',
I'M-lull plums, cherry juice, br.ittn berry,
oak shakiiiL's, tincture of catechu, powdered
charcoal, black t.-a, ground rice and other
ordinary materia!-, well known to di-tiilers
ami rectifiers. We should advi-e drinkers
'o ii-c these villainous mixtures v itli di-cre
li..ii and throw them into the gutter."
The adulteration of liiUoi- is carried on
as lai.ely abroad as in this country and the
cu-toiii bouse brand i- no guaranty of purity.
Tbou-ands of pipes of raw spirits arc an
nually exporte.l from this country to be re
turned in the shape of w inc. In and y, Ac,
which contains not a trace of gr;:j e juice.
rnfNTAI.N (if I!l.O(..i IN A C.W KIIN'. K.
li. Sipiier's notes 011 Central America de
scribe a wonderful effuson of fluid resem
bling blood near the town of Yitud, iu the
State of Honduras. It appears that there is
continually oozing and dropping from the roof
of a cavern iherc a red lupiid. which upon
filiinu' coagulates o n to precisely rcsem
bl.t blood. Like blood it corrupts, insects
depo-it their lanrc iu it, and dog and lm.
xnrds resort to the cavern to cat it. At
tempts have several limes been ma le lo ob
tain some of ibis liquid for the purpose of
analysis, hut in ol! cases without mecen,
in con-i iieiic.- of its rapid ilccoinpositlon,
wbircbv the bottles cui.taiuiiij it were bro
ken. The small cavern or gfotto during the
day is visited by buzzards and hawks, and
at night a multitude of vampire bats for the
purpo-e of I'eedinj on the unnatural blood.
Il is situated 011 the bonier of a rivulet,
which it keeps reddened with a Mil a II flow
of tin' liquid, which has the color, taste an 1
smell of blood. In approaching tho crott.i
a lii-ajrerablr o lor is observed , and when it
is revhod there may be some poels of the
apparent blood 10 a state of coagulation. j
The peeiiliai i'.ies of thi" liijuid are con-1
iii-n d due to the rapid tviicration in this
jr. Ho of "ime very prolific species of infu
soria. I'll.; '"alif. riii 1 State .Journal, re
marking on the al.ove, observes that the
rs'rm of the town of Monterey contains a
species of blood red infusoria, f the- larvrc
cf water in-cct,) which at cerviin seasons
of tin" year smell precisely like fr-sh Mi,
or 011 exposure in a vessel, like putrid fi-h.
In some se.Kons it has leeii found dried in
Il ik.'s, and of the intense color of Vcrmil
liun S'-ini'iJic A')in uti 11.
CoiMvt Nkw Cknts at the Mint. The
l'liilailciphiv l.nd.'er says tho demand for
the new cent piece-in that city is unabated.
(If the mode cf making this coin at tin:
Mint, it says :
There arc nt present nine presses engaged
in making the iinpre-sions upon this new
coin; live mills are also in con-tant opera
tion, lorniiiig the rim on the coin previous
to receiving the impres-ion. These last
nn un d machines are capable of making rims
1 i:.oii three various kinds of coin at one and
the same time ; nt present, bow ever, they
'are engaged upon tho in w cent exclusively.
I About I t't' persons in all are constantly cn
ga.'ed in the operation of the mint, nnd at
'tho piescft lime the whole force are rn
j priced exclusively on the "cent." F.ach
lef the presses throw off eiuhty-six finished
; coins per minute. Alibis rate, working
; from nine o'clock, a. in. till three o'clock p.
in the nine pic-ses throw olf each day the
'sum of S-'.'-li.-l" in cents; that i.-, provid
ing the presses arc kept goim; regularly,
j Sixty thousand dollars of this coin, six
. million pieces, wire paid out on Monday and
' Tuesday, and oideis are still coining fiom
! all quart, rsof the U limn, even from the south
land south-west, where the old rent never
.obtained circulation lowest prices then:
being graduated to the lowest silver coin.
Frmii present indications, the old cent will
be hurried out of use and out of sight, even
sooner than were tho small Spani-h fractions
ol a dollar.
Tit k Cni.MKAN Wail Ceil. .Ic-sup. the
n.i-irii.rinaster (ieiieral ol the L. S. Army,
; .mid an old soldier of experience, comment
11. tf III, oil M.ir-hal 'aillant'e rxposiiion of
the Cli mean war, says that the up.' radons
of the allied armies 111 tin) Ciimea were in
j violation of the military axiom which re
quires tho army m the field to he driven
lout before au important fortress is attacked.
I 'l l... l.'.-..i.el. were not able to do so for want
of means of transportation, which prevented
Iheiii t'oiti" tweii'y-tive miles from their
'ships. For a force of three hundred and
nine thoussml men they iinpioyeu less man
; half the number of animals, for all purposes,
1 . 1 a I .11 .1 li
during tiie war, winch we suppneu mr nrau
and packing alone for our army iu Mexico,
that never exceeded forty-five thousand men.
A fc'TiiAMJK UltlD Dr. Thurston, of Ysn
Ihjreii, Arkansas, rccettly sb-it a bird w hich
puzzles the oldest settlers, hunters, imd nat-
uraii-ts in that latitude, fotp,-1. 1 wbotu think
it a bittern and others a .-toi k. The int.-l-'
ligcnccr describes it thus: Height, whcii'
Maiming, uio net ini-ce i.iei,.-s ; l;rean u, oi
Wln.r Kir lo..l u;.l.l tt...l.oa T..I...I.. ..e 1 .... .
I . . i - r ....-.-1..i . .
, , '
nine inciics. i pon the wlioic it was a ma-ter
sjieciiucu of tho bird kind, iOs.-et.siti the
trangest and most fantastic eoot of plumago 1
mat no have ever lookc-U upon ; lias the
cxtcnorof :,ti American fowl, its pluinaj. olji j: u-. IhMip40ll of iMyulrdt IlUa
01. tbc scapular regioubciiigas black saAu,till ,!llluwi of lC-0 , , U(.c , i out, were rc.
rave,,, a, resenibhiig .Le o,tr,ch feathers, j etud uJ c011M(Ilt(Ja t0 ,iie Ba.
while its bead, buck, tiecje -m' sides, were
paudily Udeckra with :--2i:-''''.M.a nUm ol tl, Auirricau party in 'their
one leain.-rao. t-very iinffEu color tntu ,
...uo.igio inor .iniiow, i,ungihe,.js(l!rs ami
it. i 1 .0 u i.uub 1.1s 1 due lli I u . I 1. s It ' p, lil-aui I-
ful beyond all conception, unless compared
with the fainous biid of Paradise. Jt proved
to be not otdy an eatable biid, but one of
thu most delicious fowls wc have ever cateu
W.vsllINtiToN. Among the books in the
library of ijeorge Washington, at the time
of bis death was the "Poetical Works of
William 1'reston, ll.-..,-' a work published
in Dublin in li1-9. 'i he Look was a pre
sentation copy and waa ii.sciibed by the
author to Washington, in the following lines
which for terse :iinl comprehensive thought,
cannot he rxcelie.l. Wc have copied the
inscription iu liuti a.-s it was written by the
To His MsCiTier.ry,
The Deliverer of his Country,
I lidi.-iiinyed in Jl.mgcr,
I 'u-lialci'ii in Adversity,
I.'i.coi -rupt.'d i.i l'ro-pcrity,
in w In in
Most happily Unite
and render biin
The Iloa.-. of Human. Natuie !
From the Author.
What more truthful and cnuipiekeusirc
tribute to the memory of the immortal
n asiiiiiL'ion nas iiei ii riiidcre'i hy any
w riter than this inscription from the pen of
an almost unknown author, and one w ho
has no national alTinities a
litli him whoii.be
thus culcgized. A Itllil l
A (rn nil of ours, just roiuined from Kan-
as a here he has resided two years, telis of
the ttiuh prices of provisions m that region.
Hour last month was selinig at tl 1 per
barril, molasses ti a gallon, pork L'O
c.-i.t a po,.n,l, und other things at the mime
rat.:, the crops last year vera tioor. the
winter severe. kiihW man v itatili- nn.) tli
. ts j . -
. .- . " ,.. .
helore them. o the question, how (.id you
me the answer was prompt. Live, said
bii ' lit'., nn Kr-inLud .nan. 4',. I . '.
arm v oi e in 1 .'nil :on so I a no. nari.ni-oi.rnn
' ' 1
last, coin lor dinner, and com for supper,
. l.'Is1t ll'ar,le'1 live; and if 1 had
practiced here lor ten years, wht I was
orce. io lucre even at low wages, 1 should
have Lien a rich man.
Two Scotch gentlemen went to Ireland
t ,-,kP n tour, and to see the i.aiivcs.
(hie of them oti.t driz7!v da v. bet the other
the. price of their .lii ,er "and a 1 ottle of
wine, that the fir-t 'at thev found would
he too much for thorn. A d'imii.-.tive fellow
with nn old fri. r.f coat and a piece cf a hat
was trvimj to ploimh with a ponv under the
t. rof a row of trees. " l'at '' ,aiJ our
friend. Yes. y,r. honor." bo rcilied 'If
the ilevil were to come
just now, winch of
the three would he lake" " Sure he'd
take me, yer honor !" liut wbv, l'at?"
" ( Vx Ik a- fine nf hour 'uonois at am
IVnNHliKti HlM-" What has brought you
h"re V said a lone woman, who was quite
" fliiMei aled," the other morning, by an ear
ly call from a hatchelor neighbor, who lived
opposite, and who she regarded with pecu
" I came to borrow matches."
Matchesl that's a likeiy story I Why
(ion l you make a match yourselt : "lkuow
wiiai yjtl eome lor, cnell Hie
Co-ack, the hor.se ('apt. N'oland rode when '
he was Kl.led at. Jlalaklava (ill the famous
inlainoiis chiirge,) is lioiv the property of a
gentleman of Ciuciniiaii, ami arrived in that
city la-t week. He is a grey Arab Stallion,
six years old. and ! ourt-cii bamis hijh. His
gronm, w ho eaim' nil :i lain is Udw ird S'eap
er, one of the il. eeu survivor of a regi
ment of il'M Hi iii-h sohli. rs who landed in
(lallipoii, in l-'ebrury, l""'l.
Alma. Halaklava. 1 nkei inaini, and the ciie
of Seba.-topol, and 1 soks.it issai.!, a" if he
w as made of oak, li.-iiiuni if ry and iron.
I N TETfcsiT I N.l TO CnllV l'l.ANTBI.S. A
writer iii a Memphis paper recommends the
suiijoincu r:au lor Killing irons : 1
Take a horse hair two inches long, tie a
knot at one end, run it through a grain cf
and tu row the crams nroaucat over
. . . 1 .
your tarms. I he crow wi.l swallow lh
graiu the hair sticks out at the mouth,
and produces irritation and infl iniation, '
which causes the crow to commit suicide by
clawiug his throat for reli
The Petersburg Kxprcw. states that there
' Is 1 n tlini oil 1- 11 liiii. ..g. tirm y united bv
: a i"'iiiieiit u lit iainese twin-, tin: one cu
tirely white and the other a pnro yellow.
The colors may bo distinctly seen through
the transpnrmt coating of -kill which 111
volopes the two, fortl.ey nrj .W s.'irl.s. This
doiii'le igg the one white and the other
yellow was deposited by a ej.uuiou hcu. 1
, .1 . : , .. I . I 1. . 1 .1 1 .11 . . ... . . 1 ' 1 1' 1 1., "i - . .--ou 1 ., a ..nils .... .'i . . - u.iii. ii.ev itvii, St. 1. iii-.i iti'.i iiiu eou.-u II
old virgin, as she hacked tho bate helor into r ,,, nf llio- W S Wood of M chleaii . 1 . .1 1 . 1 . ".11 ,. . ,,
, 1- , ... , rison, 01 vino , 11. is. 110011,01 i 1 1 log ,1 11 , y j j 1 11 favor ot striking out the last clause the society bud been ohnetioilabe.
a corner, " ton emtio here lo kiss me al- u u D.nei bon-.-r of initios - liililwin '11 11. .1 t 1 1 . .. . " , . t-
, I ,1 1. . 1 , ., I'eliCl.tiowi r, 01 Illinois , ,. n.i.i villi, utter taking Hablwlli bv tue baud, anu Dr. Iheekinriuoe moved to la v this 1110-
liio.-t toilen'h: I. at yon shant v -.tlio.it von nt ('omipriieiit .1 .1 t'litt.-nden of Ken-1 1 1 i- 1 '1 i- i .11 .1.11
,, , 1 .1 1 1 1 ' oiuicci'tui , a. ,1. y. litu uiieii, 01 ivni dt.cann,, hi, jjy at being al ie. lor Auiei 1- 11011 ot Jud'.-c l ine on the table. 1 his w as
you re the strongest, a::J the. J.Jid knows tn-k-v -nd Ai.thnnr K,nn..ilr of Mar v and 1 1 1 ? 1 , 1 1
3 ' - tuuv.aiiu autnonj rveumuy.oi .uarjiaiiii, pmu-iplcs, to yield his own personal lost, ami tne vote on the original motion to
U ' " i Mr. Schley, of .Md , moved that all rcso- .-..,,,., refer tne matter to the next Assembly was
THE AMZIUCAN NATIONAL CONVENTION.
i.iii.i-ii,i.t, uuue a large, nninier
of delegates to .he American National Con
.... 1 1 1
'" jcs.en.ny a.
to-by. Iho convention promt.es to he a
, d ; ,(, f
.uiposeu o. man; pro...-
slot the . tales ot llu
, i men troiii mo;
1 1 -. 1.- . 1 i. . .1. r v v . . 1. . .
tHonv Kf tiuedv of Maryland " John. I I 'n't-
, e 1- . , . . " 1. 11 . ,
' . ' '
., 1 ,,.11 ....I 1,. ,.r.
,CVelal States, this allcri.Oon.
I he meet 1 11 Lr
' jjomllC,lt(, UKJfeUJbl0 in council at the
M'-zarl Hall, at cleveu ocloek to-morrow
UltsTI'.W MOKMM) SKSSIOS. '
Hon. E. li. Darthttt, the l'lcsidei't of the j
Natioual U'ouncil, called the council to order j
at 11 o'clock this morning. I
The followino coiinnittee on credentials'
n.-ir. nr i.oilili.il 'I' C War., of t i'..io W.
V. Da in-boner, of Illinois; T. thlcv, of
Maryland ; G. M. Hillyer, of Missouri"; A.
lialuwin, oi 'Connecticut ; A. M. C. Smith,
of New York, and W. T. Su itzer, of Mis-
The coiiiciH'"ii then adjourned till a'jdan of organization as respectively may be
o'clock 1' M i "-'"' ""'lei to the views of the members ot
' AF'i hKMiiiN t-essios. the party in their several localities.
The president culled the council to order l-tvrt, That the president of the Coiiu-
at two o'clock. 'Jhe c'-inmitt.-e 011 cixdeii- j l" auti.orixed to .-eii et a natiol.r.I execu-
tials reported the list oi delegates a, far as : t'v comn.ittee, to be c uoposed of 13 mem-
completed. : I'cr'i r'" w boni Eve shall constitute a quorum,
Hon. Lra-tus Drooks then addressed tlm "dec' chairman and correspond -
convention, according to the arrangements M crctary, and autl.orix-d represeiita.
of the comiiiittee, at cousiderablo K-li.tll.
1 He reviewed the luifsiou of the American
1 r-irti- 'pw VorL- l. ,.iw..i l-n .
!tJHU votes for l'ilimore, and Americans aiejtl",,': Prol'er
.stronger today tuau in November last, for
. ti ns of thousands of republicans are regret-
ting the error iuto which they were led under
the excitement of the 1're-ideiitial canvass,
and are now ready to return to an allegiance
to the American prmeiphs.
Hon. Auibouy Kennedy, of Maryland,
next addressed the couretiliuu. The Mary -
land delegation bad come here with a firm
iletirniination to iliscard all sectional Ice I-
ing'and prejudices, to ct their faces against
U,5J 'hing calculated to distract or divide tho
people of the different States ; and to give in
M"aryland'ii allegiance anew to true Atneri-
catiisni. lo the.-e principles the people of I American party ti form a common brother-
Maryland have been ready to risk their J00J throughout tho. Union, of American
lives and fortunes, and nrereadvto do so ' lm.n.
-ai. bhe will be as ready to act iu future, i l';e third resolves to reitrrate the Man-
fcl iimii!lg between the extreme North and j,',an articles of political faith, as laid dowi
South, lie will call upon all true Americans j formerly iu FhiiacViphin, and recapitulales,
to know no principle but one that of L'uion. kith sli-ht aitcr.itions, the l.i.-t national
Ho ci.iled upon the party not to change phil fi in"
jM namo or principles, but to fight on. tight; 4. A'ootW, That it is our imalferablr
..,;i .i.- i. -r a -.i :.: -
. ..I , uui.i i..c ii luiiii-u vi ;u. ci luau I'.iui
.'. . i I
jjit.., n as si'Viilvii.
stii-'I'i... pi s - .. i
..ir. n. n . i iionipson, oi iiiuiana,a.iacaefi
the Democratic party. Ho said that party
is now forming capital out of the Dlack He -
i ... . . . . .
purjlicaus ol the ortheru Mates. J tie latter
party was declaring that the 1'resident ami
Congress of the United Slates had a right
to disregard the decisions cf the highest
courts, and interpret the constitution asthey
understand it, and not as interpreted by the
courts. He declared that while the rcpub-
l'cauj ught to place the Americans on a
'eVt'' l'le ,:ei?r0Mi Democrats seek
to l''at'; t',t'1" ou a '- vel with pauper labor-
f for ''t'" countries.
He deprecated the introduction into any
,,:,,lolll p'atlorm of the slightest .illusion to
fl:,v,;r.v- 11 wa n-i impossihle, lie l elieve.l,
Id 111 . e "ow ;"',a regaru slavery as
""J""11? evil, a. it was ,0 i,,Ke Mil
-aI'cii' heueve it mora.ly wrong to hole.
netoes in servitude, iet every Mate enjoy
it, o.vn opinion. In regard to all such ab
stract question-, it is better that negroes
should bo blotted from the laud, than that
the Liuoii should he severed on account ot milllUt.r , t.v 1JV d,,,,,, best an l most
, a Uisputo about the value of a slave ! conducive to their own welfare, subicet to
Hon. l-.rasiud lirooks moved the appoint- ,;( p,vi.,i0s 0f the constitution of the
meiit of a committee of thirteen to report, a lit,.j States, with the privilege of ad mis
series of resolution,, and an address for the siou vUo U L ljllll v,lt.1K.vcr thev have the
consideration of Ihe couventiou. Agreed to. .,.;,;,, , n.u.datim. f.,r one- ret.r'eseiitative
I ll-SIUltUb iippOIUlCll US U LOI..IIIUI.
i. -...i... :
the following eeutlciucu ! Krastus lhooks,
of New Y'oik ; .Mr. Hoffman, of Maryland ;
tMiil.,i :t 11 Mills of V:l,llilli'tnll : O. M.
Hyllvrr, of Mississippi; W. 1. Sutton, of
Arkansas; R. W. Thompson, of .Indiana
lutions cf a political character, which may I
1 .1 1 . ..- 1 ... .1 ..1
1,e preseutod, be referred to the above com-
Afar a debate by Messrs. liuckingham.
of New Yolk ; K. T. Wood, of Urook'yii,
and Gen. O. Joins, of Syracuse, who were
all opposed to resolutions, the motion was
indi linitoly postponed.
Mr. Ware, of Ohio, moved that a com
mittee of ihiitctn be instructed to mature
and report a general plan for the .reorgani
zstiotiof the American parly throughout tka
The convention then adjourned till to-
sk. nsri ii.tv.
I-VH.I.K, June 3. A litter was read
from Hon. Andrew Jack-on Doncl-on, in
which ho expressed tho belief that the local
,r.,i,nli.-..- iihieh had enabled the rartv.
1 - .1 1
(.uli...i 1... r,n. .laekson "the sham demo
er.iev to ITi I possession ui inc. icuerai t;ov-
... . r 1. 1
cr,liM,,,lt are rapidly losing their influence,
aI)i rvorctv att:u-ks the fall en squattir
.., .. i.uv "of the present democratic ad
ministration. Do declares the present cabi
net represents nothing national, hut is coin-
! posed nf a secretary who recently denounced
iu the coarsest billingsgate, the whole States I
lii-hl party ; ot iinoiuer w 110 is one ot ine
nio-t notorious leiiui-is 01 hut iwniui-ui
. ...... 1 ..j ..r .1... i ....1......
Rights party ; and of another who declared
his heart would break sooner thaato approve
of the compromise of l-oll.
'I lie contents of the letter were-rcceivjd
with liuicii appl iu-e,
llou. LrastusDrook.s, from the couiaiittcc
1 t xa-poraieu I, Stizerle. 0t Missouri i J. Soot-t liar- 1 ...;.i, m:.. ... ,i. .. M u.,i.i. :t ..... ':. ,;. .1 .1... .1. . ,"r
ion resolutions, reported, in part, an address,
which had breu determined on by iho com
mittee i nt the aalue time explaining mai-
,,,,., . i1(. .1,1, , r,,.,. ail the
1 m ii-s nssigncd to thciii.
-j btt aadr.- coc into a uet.-ii'.ed .!i-eusion
hxuw l(?,tio mi rtamin-
tiot, of tIie d t. , . -r;.I i c- policy , nuu o includes
1( B,ii,, that the Federal Union must bo
maintained ; ihe leai 1 -ed lights ot the St-'tes
"1U'', lo r(-'nIlcl-'l0,i tla' ,0"s . "'
Jirclne iourt must o.t cnioieeu , me in..u..
..I rlinrr.li 71 f ft Mil ft mll-t l.rt IireVCIiieil ;
"f c' '
I '' !VC,
f coiiscienee must be guarantied;
eiieiiu iiileresls must X e prct. cled ;
.1 . t -:- .: U... t. .l,..ei.l,..il
luu .."--. -v..v..
i KV,,,'U"1 V'HTl IZ
1 . . ' ' ....... .1.
led; the naturalization laws luubt bo u 1.
detl; niuiiltcr sovereignty and alien .-ulfi age
must be repudiated; and, linn 11 jr. that Amuii
euns 111 list ruio America. The address ita.
adopted by acclamation.
The foliowiu rc.-olu lions were adopted
by the convention :
lU.wffl, That upou the adjournment of
' Ihe .atl'lll V iitlllCll, tne same sin
journed til! eane.l tog.-lhei- a, herciiialler
i That the Ame.ieat. patty in
I 01"-1' 'vtilt,; lei ntory, and Ine Di-trict
lot Coiuinbia, be authoriie.l to adopt such a
' "' 01 lue ,c,lca" V" lM,"!s"uu.' ,u;"8 vss, ...iov a y.iai, .or ine pie-
! United State.-, and call together a national paratioti and permanent publication by it of
Icouiieil at such lime and p'.uco us thej may tho common Kii-;lish liibie in a form suita-
Mr. Hrookf, from the c-miiiiltce cn rcso-
lutions, ri ported as follows:
1. I.tvtlvrj, In view of the sectional ani-
niosity exhibited ot the recent presidential
canvass, of the crowing contempt for the
aw, of the spirit of nullification abro.nl, of
the. growth ol forth'ti paiipcii.-ui and crime,
i and the increase of foreign influence, we
j have reason to congratulate ourselves and
! the country upon iho tact tnat a gnllant.
' hand of one million of A
nre entered in a common c
cau-e as a National
I American party.
a, lirsvcf'. That it is the desire of the
ii cicr ml nut I ou to i-ursiie Willi uuti 11 11 energy
the relorinatioii ol aliu-es wlncli have eti-
. . . .... ,
u.uigcrea the peace aua liherly ot the couu-
i try, and to continue our efforts with aug-
' ,l:C.tinL' zeal, until the great objects of a
patriotic or 'auization be consummated, the
i h.-.rmony of the Statu be restored, the elc-
I iei,t of popular sovereignty be puiified, mi-
j (iuu forei.-n influence be checked, and Ameri-
can principles be triumphal.'.. 't
I f. i'W ft,, That ail citizens of the Uni-
ted Stales who endorse iho principles and
: purposes of the American party, are cor-
, dially invited to unite aiih us iu the open
: advocacy and support of the same.
I ,,e l'hiladeiphia plaform, as reit-.ri-
; ,etj j re.olulioiis, the following
; BU1PlKjmeiit is made i That the natural horn
or nMuraij.j citijens rf the United ,tates,
,ur.lia,lel)tiy residing iu any Territory thero-
of, when lawfully convened fi.r tin: purpose
of forming a State constitution, with a vi-jw
to admission iuto the Union, have undouht-
cdly a right to the privilege granted by
that constitution, and therein to regmate
their domestic and social
affairs in such a
, ill Congress,
.." i t--
Mr. U.ildwin, of Connecticut, moved to
strike out all nfter the words ' provisions of
the constitution," und urged bis amendment
in an eloquent speech.
Mr. t uniiiiiv 'iaui, of Missouri, and ol
Mr. Cuniiiniham stated in the course of
. . .-- . . .
bis remarks that (lie Misnourians knew ond
I acknowledged that Kausas must be a free
I fs I'M. IMSPAI'iJll
LiK isy ihlt, June 4. At tue close of
U-t evening's session of the American Con
vention the resolutions- previously offered
weretlnown overboard, and amotion was
adopted to substitute tho platform of prin
ciples adopted at l'uiladciphia in li.Vi,
which was car. led by striking out the otic
lelative to I'le-idcnt Dieree's .iiiniini-irati 1:1.
The couventiou lliei. u:!j nirne.l ft:iv i'ic.
SliTIvo Down. 1'here v.a eliminated
a good anccimcn cf whit ha- been called
"taking the starch out of a man," when a
Parisian dandy ixhil it.d. with much pom-
no.sit v. to the 1 mice J'.-tel hazy a hamtsoiut
. ' . . . . . , , .
bo-.iin pinof lapis-lezull, and a.-ked if be did
imt think it recherche: 'Oh, v.s," replied g..o-eb. rrics, and currants may be nc . it r. li
the Prince, " quite s, I have' a chimney- ized by putting a third of a lea-poonfull of
piece of it at homel" ' i ""' ,ri,i,i sll i without affecting the
flavor. A less quantity uf sugar will tiieu
aiisvver to sweeten Ij't,'Arr.
ConvP TKI). " l!ev." Mr. Kinney, who
was arrested in Frederick, Md., severs!
is ago, ou the elitrge ot Having r jppch
the Honrin Catholic Church nt Mart:nburg '
Int nl.!..!. I... ivtis firnicilv the nastorA of a'
silver vase and other valuables, was cou-!
victed iu the court of Herkcley county, Y'tr-(
. . - . 1 .- ..... 1. .. 1 ... 11
ginia, uuring me pi-, wcra, auu seiueuco-i
to the penitentiary for the term of ouo year.'
Mgsuaiai iiiaaiaiiiniinpiaaaa an aai ai m
AI.TMHATION OF T1IH JJIL'LK.
One fUt;.-tion which has occupied the at-
trillion of the (ienernl Assembly of thu
' li.l.vi.ru.n flmr.h . UWA K.-hoolA which
l'leMiytcriui! Cbureb, (Old hchool.) which
has ju.-t closed its aimual m-s.-ioii at Jjcxinsf-
; t0u, Kriitackj . relates lo tho acts .,f tho
Ameiicai, Uihie Society in tho collation of
, (r-ii,ns of the ilible.
I ir. lheckii.i idge, frem the CommiHc 011
Jhlls and 0 venules, pre.-tti.tcd the loiluwitii?
: ""i lure c .neeiiung the pnt.lieation of Iho
jhuic, win, ouv any - rxpies.-iou 01 qpinion uj
1 hit eoniliiltlee 111 relel-eeee IT II
1 , 1 American liil.l,! S..ci. tv has. b v
1 ,,, , nr it., romlitutir.11. no It-oitiumti
..... . r .
rl,t ,0 aiu-r in any wny tne common an-i
"'pted standard Knglish Seri, tnr.s as ih.y
,.-... .............. .
f.'oneeriiini; the .-aid Mnglisb .""ciipliirrs,
the Ameiican IM.:e Si.eiity ha full power
to print and -ii (! .to them, mid to collect
and 11. image fund- tor those purpo.-cs. Hut
it has no power to edit then, iu any other
sense than to ke.-p tlulu in the exact con
dition ill which the -tandnrd Knglisb Liblo
stood at the fui mail. in of said society.
3. Thi-1 ifiiei a) Assembly and the Church
it represents are, and ftviii the btinniii
have been, w arm and unanimous suj porters
of tho American liibie .Society, Aud it is
in this m-ii.su we feel called on t.jsav that wo
neither do nor can nllow on our part of any
i even iho niial!e-t,d. parture fi 011. the original
; principle on which that i-oid. ly was founded ;
I and to upi c-s t'n- -f ttli-.l eonvielion that
: the contumcl snt port of that society by the
j I'resby tciiui, llhuich J, pel. us upon the stru t
j adh-r. m-c ol the society to tho.-c clear and
1 4. The Moanl of Dublir :.t'i,.n of the Pres.
, by teriau Church will cnii-ul. r and report to
ble fur pulpit ti-e, with the standard text
) unchanged, ami the usual ecess:,ries to tl.u
; text commonly foui.-l in pulpit hii-u.h Jnhlus
' fTm" t0 ,'; ,7
i I'r- Hri-ckiniidgc f -ll nve.! this orrrfure in
a lengthened ami ai.lc .-peccli, attaekiug thu
acuon oi ine socieiy, aim in.-i-ui
was its duty simply to pr'iii. the S-i iptun-s
in accordance with tint standard t. it. Ho
said that it was not a (pu.-tion as lo whether
the alleged alterations wcl'o for the beiter,
but it was a question of principle, :s to tl.o
duties and powers of this voluntary society.
Jly permission of tho Assembly, the Ilev.
Mr. McNeill, one of the Secretaries pf
the American Uible Society, repl'ed to the
btrictures of Dr. 15. Ho denied that, tho
nocietv had as-uu.cd the power of editing
the .Scriptures, nor had thev, in the action
of the Version Committee, t'run-ceiided the '
powers given them by their ooustitu'iou.
The society hud merely collared editions,
and on Cnuin-variatious'in ililierel.t editions
now printed had .i.xhied upon someone
i:.... ti ... i i .- '.. .i. - i ..
ii-uiuii. .1 i,e nai. iu no ea-e airerea toe
sense or scripture; itiey ijad in no ease
. . ..
ft.lcijitvt new rcaoiii-s, cxcej.l iu a lew in-
rtances of manifest typographical errors.
They bad not been altering the Hiblo from
" . .
the standard text, but hud been cnga-ad iu
restoi inn the Kihle to the standard' text,
which Dr. 1J. had in-i-ted it was their duty
to priut, nainely, the version of Dili. Tho
few instances where the committee bad cor-
tested typographical error.-, without the au-
ttiority of other versions h id been reooiu-
mittcd, and would iu all probability bu
changed hack again.
Judge Fine moved that the subject bo re-
ferred to u comiiiittee, to report at the ucxt
Assembly, 'i he matter was mo-t important,
id the Assembly was not prepared to do-
cide at present.
Dr. D.cckiiigrni!'" opposed the motion.
sy'g that the A.sembly had merely to de-
cide on a que-tiou of principle as to tho
duties of this society, and that, there was no
uved of examination into details.
''r- -v'lgcr atiares-eu luc .Vs.-cineiy in op
po-itiou to this motion to rcier the matter.
Judge Allen supported this motion to re
fer. This overture implied a censure of the
Uiblc Society, and it was still a question of
fact as to whether the society ianl tran
scended its powers. Ho hoped that the
resolution would not ba adopted, but that
by the time ot tho next Assembly the suU-
jtct would be iuvcsli 'ated, and then action
could be taken.
A liuuihi r of other gentlemen cipressed
the same views ; that they were not ready
to ca -t the least imputation upon the sou. ty
taken. The que.-tiou was decided iu tin
4 (lir 111 itic bv a vote of DJx to 111.
l'Ei'.w Nl'TS. A corespondent of the
United Stales r.iieut Cilice, writing from
Kurr county, Tix.t-, expresses surprise that
tin1 l'jfcnt office has nut n.ir'ced the pecan
iit.t, growing in abundance in Texas. There
Lave becu exported from Tcxa? about "OH,
(h'tl bu-hels to Kurope ai.ii il-ewhere, pro
dueiiig SI 'il.H'M. One tree will, with care,
of'en produce from lift ecu to twenty bushel-,
woith thirty or forty dollars.
A t'.ii t Worth Know Imi Housekeep
ers should know, now tint the season of pits
and Pudding i- approaching; and sugar in-
or.in.a.ely ucar. tnat tue ncul in ruubaih,
10 lliK iv r.nr.HS loit TiiK it.fi-.--i here
, ,.. 1, ,,,.r, : ,;, ,,.;1.rii.t ah. h i-
het of the Kngli-h 1hiiju !--c, which causes
so much inisciUl-trin'tlOii as 1 and J
peop.e write i.;t
cs e' v alike. 1 lot rulo
.' . ".
lh. 111 properly, and w Inch de-
ii:,ii r-a!!y I'lopted, i- to i u'i
the J Leiow t
!..- 1 - 1 n.l t .e 1 e . en K.ia