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Hut the ease of the servant girl, who left her employment in tho country to enjoy a bit of metropolitan life, furnishes a very fair counterpart to the Timet, parading tho notoriety of its inlamy as something to bo proad o train. At any rate al:o bail a larger abaro ol beaux (ban (ho other girls, but all their at(entions came to nothing.

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Their evidence, like that of all other witnesses, would l.-e carelully weighed by the courtsandjurics, and estimated at its proper value. 1 the amendment, be con- Tu E New York Democratic happy family aro getting along nicely. tbo ico-god couqucrs bim— Tbo "Iron Duke," has sterner vim Than fl-'ry Cor»loiin.

He testiliea also to tbo valuo and etli- deacj of the Frcedmcn'a Bureau, and incidentally paya a bigh tribute to the munilicence of tbo government to the rebel panpers who never ceaso to charge it with meanness, rapacity and cruelty : Tho amount ol de. It is re- ported that the Tammany Democrats have divided into factions, one of them favoring negro suffrage, and the other bitterly opposing it. ne Sl-liv* DBriuieni.v th* mwi»T inr, ttl KUCll UM BOOK Folt Tll KOUa AMl S "Zundel's Modern Schoa J," Which iii.'ar.l of tbe Urcan, and oouducti him through all of tho detal H uf Vlaf^'tluii, HATS, OAFS, FUR Ann fedal Playl Dfc. And NO tbo dreamer, dreamed no more— Tbo old world*!

Colored persons are perniitied to testily in csse.s where they are Interested, and where there is every In- ducement lor lalto swearing which may be roasonalily siippoiicd to inlluenee this clans ol wiinesacs. The idea " of at- tempting to barter with the South to buy from them what ho considers Congress can itself regulate, is very distasteful, and tho advo- cates of universal suf Trage will find in him a bit- terand cirectlvc opponent. D021 T HAVE SVmt RBCBIt'SD A CUOICK LOT OK NKW SUGAR TOYS, Wni UII I A. Tbat he con*ctnplatta s'jnding an army ur two af- ter the raider, aa has been predicted, on bifl own motion, is scarcely within the bounds of poasibility. Johnson dreads impoaobment aa the great alvi'r- sary of souls dreads holy water; and (0 order an army into a neighboring and friendly country without a previous declaration of war would bu a very short road indeed to im- peachment. 0, ilowcrde-luco.b'.oomon, and let the tivet Lingerie kiss thy leotl 0, flower of song, bloom en.

liut even with these strong temp tatjons to commit perjury, tho testimony of freedmen has been fonnd valuable iu tho nsienainmcntot truth. I think that the pu Blic good wouid l)« promoted by removing all restraints upon the competency of frcudiiion to testify in our courts. He does not consid- er that the South are needed to ratify tbe con- stitutional amendment, and that when two- thirds ot the twenty six States now rcpre sentedhave ratliicd f siders it carried. It is not the prerogative of the President of tbe:rmor'« dattti Dg nbccn— Napoleou, Wslllngton ; Ho I oka to HCC (lie tiro king win, Hut, lo! and make forever The world more lair and swee L Ward In Loiiilon.

But that couldn't have changed his cloud nine status, tweeting last night: 'Life is worth it because love is here if we want it,' along with a picture of their elegant just-married suite that featured champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries.

The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield. A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao. It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit. The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went. Cf the five or six workmen who fell into the river, three or four had been ta- ken out not seriously injured when the train loft — one had bis arm broken — and a skiff was in the act of picking up a man who was lying, apparently much injured, on a piece of timber in tho rocky bed of the stream. Cleveland, who was a pasjcngcron the train, for these particulars. SPLENDID LINE OF OASSIMEIIES From

The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield. A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao. It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit. The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went. Cf the five or six workmen who fell into the river, three or four had been ta- ken out not seriously injured when the train loft — one had bis arm broken — and a skiff was in the act of picking up a man who was lying, apparently much injured, on a piece of timber in tho rocky bed of the stream. Cleveland, who was a pasjcngcron the train, for these particulars. SPLENDID LINE OF OASSIMEIIES From $1.00 to $1.75, Au inspection of the above Goods will satisfy all that we mean whatwesay^ HOG AN & NK'HOLS . Tbo landlord (honest old Downsbury— I wonder if he yet lives) gavo Fred, at my suggestion, his best bedroom, "No. Purchk M ticket* at the Station* before enter- IDK the OBT) at a discount ttoin the regular truln "rt V«eo«er« niunt got their Baggsge checked before It a «ill be carried over the road, and on the arrl Til rf the train at plioe of dentlnalion f DUAt present the check and take poax-nxton ol their baggage. All of them but one were pitched headlong into the stream below, a depth of at least sixty feet, and all more or less seriously hurt by the fall. After that I said no more, but closely observed tbo lover*, and soon cimo to tbo that Fred was by no means disagruea Mo to ber.

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The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield.

A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao.

It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit.

The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went.

Cf the five or six workmen who fell into the river, three or four had been ta- ken out not seriously injured when the train loft — one had bis arm broken — and a skiff was in the act of picking up a man who was lying, apparently much injured, on a piece of timber in tho rocky bed of the stream. Cleveland, who was a pasjcngcron the train, for these particulars. SPLENDID LINE OF OASSIMEIIES From $1.00 to $1.75, Au inspection of the above Goods will satisfy all that we mean whatwesay^ HOG AN & NK'HOLS . Tbo landlord (honest old Downsbury— I wonder if he yet lives) gavo Fred, at my suggestion, his best bedroom, "No. Purchk M ticket* at the Station* before enter- IDK the OBT) at a discount ttoin the regular truln "rt V«eo«er« niunt got their Baggsge checked before It a «ill be carried over the road, and on the arrl Til rf the train at plioe of dentlnalion f DUAt present the check and take poax-nxton ol their baggage.

All of them but one were pitched headlong into the stream below, a depth of at least sixty feet, and all more or less seriously hurt by the fall. After that I said no more, but closely observed tbo lover*, and soon cimo to tbo that Fred was by no means disagruea Mo to ber.

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The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield.

A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao.

It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit.

The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went.

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The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield. A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao. It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit. The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went. Cf the five or six workmen who fell into the river, three or four had been ta- ken out not seriously injured when the train loft — one had bis arm broken — and a skiff was in the act of picking up a man who was lying, apparently much injured, on a piece of timber in tho rocky bed of the stream. Cleveland, who was a pasjcngcron the train, for these particulars. SPLENDID LINE OF OASSIMEIIES From $1.00 to $1.75, Au inspection of the above Goods will satisfy all that we mean whatwesay^ HOG AN & NK'HOLS . Tbo landlord (honest old Downsbury— I wonder if he yet lives) gavo Fred, at my suggestion, his best bedroom, "No. Purchk M ticket* at the Station* before enter- IDK the OBT) at a discount ttoin the regular truln "rt V«eo«er« niunt got their Baggsge checked before It a «ill be carried over the road, and on the arrl Til rf the train at plioe of dentlnalion f DUAt present the check and take poax-nxton ol their baggage. All of them but one were pitched headlong into the stream below, a depth of at least sixty feet, and all more or less seriously hurt by the fall. After that I said no more, but closely observed tbo lover*, and soon cimo to tbo that Fred was by no means disagruea Mo to ber.

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The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield.

A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao.

It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit.

The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went.

Cf the five or six workmen who fell into the river, three or four had been ta- ken out not seriously injured when the train loft — one had bis arm broken — and a skiff was in the act of picking up a man who was lying, apparently much injured, on a piece of timber in tho rocky bed of the stream. Cleveland, who was a pasjcngcron the train, for these particulars. SPLENDID LINE OF OASSIMEIIES From $1.00 to $1.75, Au inspection of the above Goods will satisfy all that we mean whatwesay^ HOG AN & NK'HOLS . Tbo landlord (honest old Downsbury— I wonder if he yet lives) gavo Fred, at my suggestion, his best bedroom, "No. Purchk M ticket* at the Station* before enter- IDK the OBT) at a discount ttoin the regular truln "rt V«eo«er« niunt got their Baggsge checked before It a «ill be carried over the road, and on the arrl Til rf the train at plioe of dentlnalion f DUAt present the check and take poax-nxton ol their baggage.

All of them but one were pitched headlong into the stream below, a depth of at least sixty feet, and all more or less seriously hurt by the fall. After that I said no more, but closely observed tbo lover*, and soon cimo to tbo that Fred was by no means disagruea Mo to ber.

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The only rcimily lolt lor tbo rrceilnicn l4 a suit lor bii wa.i;c! It could bo found la a law which would anthorize a summary and ef- ftfctl To modeofenforcia K payment lor labor ot tho character under consideration. •■« •••••■•••••.•••••.•• ••.|^l,fi48,0ti S Ho^an & Nichols. CLOTHf NGI Call Ab l Urintor Mtoolc ol Clothing, Cloths, O A8B1 M. It tho pto Hercd assistance is forthcoming, be will certainly be chosen Senator in place of Cowan, a place he says, he will chcerf^ully fill, but he cannot ask any one to voto for him or do anything like working for it. For Advcrtt Kement Mof IVantsnuil Fur Halo sec Fonrth Fage* COASTING SLEIGHS! KKCT and BEAUTIFUL 8HAH8 In all CUOWD- KD ASSKMni JKS, CICUKCUKS, THKArji ES, EAIL- BOAD CAus, and for i-bomknauk or Bonsa ii RKss -paoh hoop belnj; oomposfd of two finely tempered steel fprln/fs, braided Ugb Uy and firmly together, edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the stkomobst and MOST FLKXIBLB, a S WCll a S th O MOST DUBABLK and BTTLis H Skibt kvkrmadb. Tha arrest of Ortega, by Sheridan, not lorg since, was a startling and significent fac% no long Bi ted States aa Minister to Mcx! This e Dterprising gentleman has been on the point of leaving for his field of operations twice a week for a longer time than wo can remember, but had never been abk to say bis final adieux and go on board ship, until Sherman was put behind him. The burnlihed drjgon-lly U thine atloudi-.nt, .\nd tilts against the neld, Anl down the listed (unbeoiu li Jearespkn Vlih btccl blue malt and shield.

A power lo di- rectly controlled by the whole popular vote ii incapable of abuse, and to say that it tcnda to centralization ia a prtvoking misuio of terms. It is the widest possible and the most equal possi- ble ilisirtlmtion and dilution of poirer. n; Naval service for tbe year end- ing June ;i O, I. S,901,6i7 i O Tost Ollice Department fur tho year ending June. l**'^^ 38,004,211 83 Legiiilativo, Executive and Ju- dicial expenses lor tho year ending June 30. Fred used to put it on to the "country air and tbe quiet which was bc Dcfiticg bit bealtb, Ac.," bat it was no uao trying to deocivo me and 1 told him ao.

It cannot increase the legislativo power of Congress except in the direction of larger and more njually diffused liberty for the citizen; if lannot decrease the power ol Slates except iu preventing an abuse ol power to tho prejudice of indi- vidual rights and political cointuients have recently been made, it would appear that although Itisbop Whipple may be Senator from this State so far as valuable otiices arn concerned, Norton is still highcockalorum among tho little post- masters : C. 1867 l, W7,9i.) 00 Military Academy tor the year CDiling June 30, 1SG7 301,4.57 09 Fort Itications and other works of defense 1,. I, Si;7 ^i,4'JO,i.j O &:) Consular and Diplomatic ex- penses tor tho year ending June 30, l,st57 1,406,594 00 Indian Department for the year ending J uno.'i O, 1807 3,778,.j3i 4.i Sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1807... Hrikta Um Ulm; (To Ketber with a larito variety ot TINNERS' STOCK ANli House Furnishing Uoods. Then bo own«d up frankly, and 1 promised to help bim alt 1 oould, if be re- quired any help in (ho prcsciculion of bis Buit.

The passengers escaped unhurt, except one, whoso arm was broken by a colliding timber as he was in tho act of opening tho front door. When lo catno back to rtnow bis visit he insisted upon staying at Oakville llu'ratbcr (ban wear out Lis wclcoaio at our butiso, and liuding rcnioiiatranues unavailing, there bo went.

.75, Au inspection of the above Goods will satisfy all that we mean whatwesay^ HOG AN & NK'HOLS . Tbo landlord (honest old Downsbury— I wonder if he yet lives) gavo Fred, at my suggestion, his best bedroom, "No. Purchk M ticket* at the Station* before enter- IDK the OBT) at a discount ttoin the regular truln "rt V«eo«er« niunt got their Baggsge checked before It a «ill be carried over the road, and on the arrl Til rf the train at plioe of dentlnalion f DUAt present the check and take poax-nxton ol their baggage. All of them but one were pitched headlong into the stream below, a depth of at least sixty feet, and all more or less seriously hurt by the fall. After that I said no more, but closely observed tbo lover*, and soon cimo to tbo that Fred was by no means disagruea Mo to ber.

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