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JDcuaici ta jpolitirs, literature, Agriculture, Science, iMoraliii), aui CSencraluteJIigeuce.
STEOUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER ii9 1864.
Published by Theodore Schoeli.
A Story of General Sherman.
Tf ujTnwiniiarsa vcar in advance and if no ! J-"e xaiuinor oupper tens me ionow-
rii rtJjnIr thc ycaJ' two d0,Iars and f,tfy ig : "A distiuguished official who was
,lNapcr discontinued until nil arrcatages arc paid, lately at the head-quarters of General
'n&l&i0itot (eight i.ne.i or Sherman, gives the following anecdote of
li,onor three insertions $i so. Each additional , the latter, in the necessity under whieh
itrtin. 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. ' i.r r j x l
7 t J vvi A 11 JUUUjguti J H , LCI I'll i u
OF ALL KIXD8, j
(sttei im the highest style of the Arl.andonthe,
nost reaiomble terms. t
was evacuated by tho citizens. Waiting
ua our menu says :
"For the first five years of my profes
sional life," once said a gentleman to us,
"I had to row against wind and stream
and tide." "And what did vou do ?"
OFFICIAL VOTE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The following is the official vote by the
counties of Pennsylvania, home and sol
diers votes included, at the Presidential
' election, November 8. 1864. The vote
"Let me give you a little incident which ; most successful termination, leaving: be
;took place in my presence at Sherman's ' hind him a most enviable reputation for
The Dew-Drop and tho Stream. j head-quarters, Atlanta. j worth and wisdom, impressing the mark
The following beautiful lines, which we "You will remember that an order was j of his strong mind and excellent charac
find in a newspaper, are said to be the pro- promulgated directing all civilians to leave . ter deep and clear on the community in
duction of a servant girl from Devonshire. ! Atlanta (North or South) within "twelve j which he lived, and obtaining an immor-
. . days." The day of its issue a gentleman I tality worth more than a monarch's crown
The brakes with golden flowers were crowned cutered Shermana nfTipp. an(i : ,:rpf1 for f.:n the niRInorv nf thnnaanA9 n;a
(the General. The latter answered in ' mark deserves to be remembered as a
tnis way, very promptly motto. The greatr business of all is to
"1 am beneral Sherman, "row on with unflinching courage and
was our question. "Do," replied he, "do given js thafc receiTed by the elector who
why I rowed on, to be sure." And so polled the highest number, respectively,
he did row on, and to a good purpose too, which si10W8 a majority for the Union e-
11tlr.li n o m ( f n flirt rtrtan am f nr ? fnvn 1 , i i 4. n r rv nni
,T i , v "UUJX Ul ; lector nignest on nis ticket or au,uoi :
And melody was heard aronnd
When ne'er thc scene, a dew-drop shed
It's luster on a violet's head,
And trembling to the breeze it hung ! ,
The streamlet, as it rolled along,
The beauty of the morn confessed,
And thus the sparkling pearl addressed :
''ure, little drop, rejoice we may,.
For all is beautiful and gay ;
Creation wears her emerald dress,
And smilas in all her loveliness.
And with delight and pride I sec
That little flower bedewed by thee
Thy luster with a gem might vie,
While trembling in ilfi purple eye."
Ajrc, you may well rejoice, 'tis true,"
Replied the radiant drop of dew
Vou will, no doubt, as on you move,
To flocks and herds a blessing prove.
But when thc sun ascends on high,
Its beam's will draw me towards the sky;
And I must own my little power
I've but refreshed a humble (lower."
"Hold I" criod the stream, "nor thus repine
For well 'tis known a Power divine,
Subservient to His will supreme,
Though small thou art, (I that allow,)
"The colloquy was Yery nearly as fol-' steady perseverance. All trades and pro
lows: j fesBions have their difficulties, and almost
"Citizen-General I am a Northern man, j every individual meets with discourage
frotn the State of Connecticut; have been ; ments. The only way, therefore, to go a
living at Atlanta for nearly seven years : head is to "row on." Ilecisiou of charac-
havc accumulated considerable property ter, determination of will, the resolution
here and as I see that you have ordered to press on, when sure we are on thc right
all citizens to leave within twelve days, 1 track or in pursuit or a good and honora
caine to see if you would make an excep- , ble end, this is the secret of living so as
tion in my case. I fear, if I leave, my pro
perty will be destroyed.'
"General Sherman 'What kind of !
property do you own, sir ? Perhaps I
will make an exception in your case sir.'
"Citizen ' own a block of stores,
three dwellings, a plantation two miles
out of town, and a foundry.'
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to come out at last safe and sound.
j The following is the advice of .au ex-
amimncr judge to a
admission to the bar
young lawyer, on his
"Sir it would be idle to trouble you far
ther. You are perfect and I will dimiss
you with a few words of advice, which
'Foundry, eh ! you will do well to follow. You will find
with youi: ; it laid down as a maxim of civil law nev-
-i vj uioo wit; ixi a i Li w uuu jr u u. uau tuo
what Ikiyc you been
ijuiu uui.ii uinaiiig lasuiigO. ; in tail vss. yjai I j uui Liiia piiuuipic, oil,
"C'Cucral Sherman 'What kind of land you are safe. Never say boo to a
castings ? Shot aud shell, and all that kiud j goose when she has power to lay golden
shot aud shell.'
I have made some
Thou hast refreshed an humble flower."
And done according to thy power."
All things that are, both great and email,
One glorious Author formed them all ;
This thought may all repiuings quell ;
What serves his purpose serves him well.
Cel. C. Advocate.
j eggs. Let your face be long and your
. bills longer. Never put your hand in
your pocket when another:.s handy.
Sherman 'You have been ; Keep your conscience for your own pri
and shell to destroy your , vate use, and dou't trouble it with other
men s matters. Look as wise as au old
aud be as oracular as a town clock.
Yes, sir, I will make an exception in your j I3ut above all get money; honestly if you
v i. r rtnn ,t ,.f il.m, uuuuirv, ua.c vou j uu otm i-uiim m.w.
HU main, ui iikuikii o tuuuijii u.i. n.uu j , r . T 1 . f 1
The United States Supreme Court.
The appointment ou December 6th
of .Mr. Chase as Chief Justice, completes
the organization of the Supreme Court of
the United States. The Court is now
composed of thc following :
Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio. Chief Jus
tice ; salary $G,500.
Nathan Clifford, of Elaine, Associate
Justice; salary $6,000.
Samuel Nelson, of Now York, Associate
Justice ; salary $6,000.
Robert C. Crier, of Pennsylvania, As
sociate Justice; salary $6,00U.
James 31. Wayne, Georgia, Associate
Justice ; salary $6,000.
)avid Davis, of Illinois, Associate Jus
tice ; .salary S6,000. .
John Catron, of Tennessee, Associate
Justice : salary 6,000.
Noah II. Swavuc, of Ohio, Associate !
can, my aear sir, duc get money,
come you to the bar."
case; you shall go South to-ruorruw morn
ing at sunrise. Adjutant, see that this
order is carried out. Orderly, show this
mau the door.'
"Citizen Dut, General, cau't I go
"General Shcrmau 'No, sir. Too ma
ny of your class are there already, sir.'
"Scanning the above, wnodocs not once , hard and hol,cr them ahojd hard that.g
more recognize me great mniwry icauer ; aw A hog3 trotfc tje fastcsfc down
as emineurly the right niau-iu thc right , ;11 -n., :t fl,
. . : . 11 111. COUCUlllli il LUG UIi:ilblii:U UltillLli
j Kuller is no kriterion. I have seen aw-
ful meen bosses of awl kullers, except
green : i never cee a mean one of this
The sporting world will read with grat-
, mcation thc annexed dissertation by Josh
! Dillings, which he calls Hoss Talk :
I "The pedigree iz not important for a
fast trottin hoss : list- hold them back
place, in dealing witb the more subtle as
pects of the ilebellion V
Thc Rev. Henry Ward Deecher in his
evening Eeruion last Sunday a wsek, re
ferred to the rdbffls arming their slaves
in the following manner :
kuller. Hosses live to an honorabil old
age, and I have often sdeu them that ap
peared fully prepared for deth. Ileath
ins arc always kind to hosses; it iz only
"But, we arc asked, what if they snail among Christian peeple that a boss has to
be armed against us in this tcrriblo war? trott 8 mile heats in a hot da, for 25,000
To arm the slave is to destroy slavery, dollars counterfeit muuny."
and that is to destroy the fatal element m
Southern Society their aristocracy, and
with the destruction of this clement we
destroy the cause of the rebellion. Let
us pray tbcv may arm their slaves: But
jit can scarcely bo. The very proposition
i is a death symptom. It is not an argu-
A travelling tinker, was one day expa
tiating rather largely in the bar room of a
country tavern, upon his skill in supply
ing all kinds of damaged drinking ves
selswith handles, warranted to make them
f'tr- morn flnruhln tlnii flio nr!rinnl 51 n-
jmentof coming strength, but of present adages : when be was suddenly non-
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WCaKnes. m uj a uesperaiu nucm plusaed by a war bcateQ oU
-Samuel F. Miller, of Iowa, Associate , be,curcd if thI)atiCnt had constitution
old soldier, who,
Justice : salary $6000
Stephen J. Field, of California, xVsso
ciate Justice ; salary 66,000.
The Court meets on the first Monday
in December of each year ut Washington.
It is now in session.
euough to bear up under it and withstand
the medicine he takes :. and there is not
enough stamina in the South to withstand
four huudred thousand black soldiers in
poking his scarred and noseless physiog'
noniy over thc counter, bluntly inquired:
"What would it cost to put a new handle
on my mug?"
Blair , ,
Lebanon ' '
Lehigh ; '
Important to, County, JDity, Districtand
Borough Treasurers. ' .
The Auditor General has notifietiiho
Sound travels at the rate of 1,154 feet
in the air : 4.960 in water-: 11.096- id
cast iron ; 16,000 in glass"; arid from 4,- Treasurers of each county, city, district
638 to 17,000 in wood. , aQd borough of this CommOnwealth-that?
Mercury freezes at 28 degrees Fahren- they are required by an act passed during,
heit, and becomes a solid mass maleable ,'tne lasfc session of our State Legislature
under the hammer.- ' j to deduct ou paying any interest or divi-p
The greatest height at which visible 'dchds to holders of the bonds or scrip, of
clouds ever exist docs not exceed ten other certificates of indebtedness, of tho
miles. j corporations aforesaid, a State tax amourx-
Air isaboutS16 times lighter than wa- tinR t0 ttree mills on thc dollar of the
ter. , nominal value of said bonds, &e Thhr
The pressure of the atriiosnhere unon will be rather uupleasaut news to auclr
every srfiiare foot of the earth amounts to capitalists as have been making invests
3,168 lbs. An ordinary sized man, sup- ments in the securities above uamed'olP
posing his surface to be fourteen square the strength of their exemption .frorif
fefet. sjififajnw tli pnnrmrrus nrp.ssnr nfi taxation.
Heat rar-ifics'ftir to such an extent that
it mav be made to occudv 5.500 times the
space it did betore. my of.Sciences, a paper was recelved;frohr
The violence Of the expansion of water Dr. Blanchet on three curious casespf.
when freezing, isTsufficient to cledve a ! nnnsMf.nMnnal p.TtAt dnmh.r ' fln rt'f
At the last sitting of the Paris Acade
ing, isuumcient to cleave a const tut ona ctharIc shimbftr.
I globe or copper ot such thickness as to them was that of a lady twenty-four yeafii
require a force of 28,000 pounds to pro-. 0f age, who, having slept for forty dayFaf
duce the same effect, , ! tbe age of eighteen and fifty days at the
During the convertion of ice iuto wa-,ag0 0f twenty, during her honeymoon, at
ter, 140 degrees of heat are absorbed. ; length had a fit of sleep which lasfed
Water when converted into steam, in- ueady a whole year, from Easter Sundayr.
crcases m bulk 1800 times. igG2, to March. 18G8. During this Jongj
One hundred podtlds of water of the nnrinfl n fnl.in front tooth h.nl to bo taken
! Dead Sea contains 45 lbs. of salt. 0ut in order to introduce milk and broth
The mean annual depth of rain that into her mouth. This was her only food :
falls at the Equater is 96 inches. ' she remained motionlessrinsensible,and all'
Assuming the interior of the earth in- hnrmnsnlp.s witr in :i atntP of r.nntrnetionJ
creases uniiormly as we' descend at tho Her pulse was low, her breathing scarcely
rate of one degree in ..47. feet, at -the perceptible ; there was no evacuation; 'no.
, depth of 60 miles it will amount to 480,- leanness ; her complexion was florid and
Tbe'Cxplosive forces of closely confined
gun powder is six and a half tons, to the
Hail stones sometimes fall with the
velocity of 112 feet in a second, and rain
at 84 feet in a second.
mi . n
1 lie greatest artmciai cold ever pro
duecd is 81 degrees Fahrenheit.
Electricity moves with a greater velo
tny. jjr. Jianchet is or opu
in such cases no stimulants of forced mo
tion ought to be employed. 't .
Men work for it, fight for it, beg for it,
steal for it, starve for it : lie for it, and
die for it. And all the while, from the
' cradle to the grave. Nature andGod are
thundering in our ears, the solemn qiies-.
tion "What shall it profit a man. if he
! : i, . i...i . t,i i i i .:
city than light, which travels 800,000 -b , rP1 . . . -'u
i p i f4- soul: Ibis madness for money is the
the insatiate Moloch of the human bearfj
before whose remorseless altar all the n-
" " "w J " w
tance ot" 30 tailea. .
.t ? . e onn -i ' ner attributes of humanity are sacrificed,
the distance of 200 miles. ;T, , , ,. ' ... ,
it maKes mercnanuise 01 an tuac is sacrea
Meat Preserved Many Thousand years.
Wre have now evidence of man having
in human afiections; and even traffics in
the awful solemnities of the eternal
coexisted in Europe with three species of An offieer of very si
elephant, two of them extinct, namely, ry hasty temper was o
and the clcqhus
1 .1"1. .! 1-1
xuus, ana a tniru tue same as tnat wnicniany.
small stature but 76'
one day vehemently
anti- scolding at the first soldier of his comp-
a man of uncommon size. The sold-
still survives iu Africa. As to the first ier for some time endured patieutly and"
of these, the mammoth, I am aware that! even unconccruedly the storm ofvitupera;
some writers contend that, it could notjtions rising up to him from his diminur
have died out many tens of thousands of j tive chief. Finding, however, that in
years before our time, because it3 flesh stead of abating, the ruge of his office?
3 341 nas cen Prefirved in iee iu Siberia in so j went on increasing, he quietly said to his
I'Ofi fresh a state as to serve as food for dogs, jnext man, "John, go and fetch hima,
uuais, uuu ivuivca-j uuu mis .iiuuiuui' sium ; jl ueiicvu iiu wuuia iu guc mu a
seems tc me iallacms. Midendort, in bax on thc ear.
1843, after digging through some thick
ness of frozen soil in Siberia, came down
upon an icy mass, in which the carcass of
a mammoth was nnbeded so perfect that,
Tlii fnllnvrinfr letter, eddressed to the
Commissioners of Mifnin county, gives n! kites the followiug telliifg incident:
decision ou two important poiuia as
hoiu is liable to State fcervicc.
Hr.APQi:AitTEits Pa. Militia,
The other day a lady fell from a off thc
Brooklyn boat into thc East river : a poor
The editor of thc Juniata Sentinel re- Irishman .praug overboard and rescued B. White, late Major of thc 81st New j
her. When she was safe on deck again, j York Volunteers, who left the scr-
Lnsp'k. Gex'is. Dkit.
Uarrisburg,Nov. 17, 1864.
(Jentlkmen : Uhis Department ih in
receipt of a letter from George Frysinger, . nJ
Kw, , Clork to ytfur Board, desiring a dc SfcPtPtj"ta
cuion of the Department on thc following , nr
to ; By tho way, tin- reminds us ot a nttie iJer husband, who had been a calm spec-
i story, Thc other day, a party of four tator of tha accident, handed the brave
j well dressed Cops came into Brant's Hall, fellow a shilling. Upon some of the by-
j Harris burg, to get a driuk. As they staudcrs expressing indignation, Pat said
'were standing at the bar, one of them as be pocketed th? money : "Arrah, don't
turned to the others and said : "We must blame the jintlemau ho knows best;
stop this we must quit paying to tne maybe if I hadn't saved her he d have
preachers for it is a notorious gjro me a dollar !"
je preachers are opposed to j
c Party." At this point a 4
1ia riAninxrif ir Mnrtv. Atfhi nnint i a j.i- Ar t. r - ...-11
i-iiv, j-v.i.iUi..v.v " - j t - - 2 new uouge iu irw iorn id iui a nun
I .1 i i... 1 1 o
TrirXya amotion cer.nUc.n,a,n Si0 1 cooU i dressed and well appearing pretty young
Mir t cuj. iincq-r remarKea' XCS' oir' anu " 15 Jubl ao" I woman to step out to you and pathetieal
tficates from I. S. boards exempt under qs a thafc the prcachora are aU , qP for moth.
.nin I 1 T I " IT fill- 1 1 , w
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The vote in 1860 was as follows, viz :
Abraham Lincoln 270,170
J. C. Breckinridge 176,435
Stephen A. Douglas 17,350
John Bell 12,755
A Sharp Order.
Major General Butler has issued the
following spicy order, which sufficiently j had pasaed away. Sir Chas Lvell.
explains itself: .
Special Urders, Xo. lit. jjavm A Very Sensible Lady. -
A deaf old ladv who had brought an
996 389 276 308 amon5 otnCr parts, the pupil" of the eye
HU9 mncu vut, auu 10 uuu pii&i itu iu
the Museum of Moscow. No one will
deny that this elephant had lain for seve
ral thousand years in its icy envelope ;
and if it had been left undisturbed, and
tho cold had gone on increasing for myr
iads of centuries, we might reasonably ex
pect that frozen flesh might continue
undecayed until a second glacial penou
vice cannot oe eiecieu sutler in mis uo- . rtV!im:nn,i ;n pmirf wilon
paitmcut. Field officers leaving the ser- the Judgc 8URested a compromise, and
vice voluntarily cannot tate tne piace ; ingtructcd tho counscl to what she
would take to settle the matter.
boot-blacks here. If they have no more
respect for the service which they left,
they will find that officers here have.
David B.. Wrhite, will at once leave the
lhe certihcatcs lor exemption lor men- , afc th(j ex of the c auiidst
1. lor physical disability, given by ; whfch thc v departed.
pbyeiciau of thc enrolling board of the U. j
J5., should not be received as evidence of.
(liability or disqualification for SUte ser-; A pro-slavery clergyman was recently
Tice. Each board must make its own ex- traveling from NcvfoYorkto Boston.
emptioas, determining from all tbe cir-' Being told that one of his fellow passen
cumstances of each particular case wheth-igers was Wendell Phillips, the noted ab
er the party is a proper subject for ex-jolitionist, he determined to enter into a
emption. conversation . After a few moments argu-
'2. Artbosf who naid commutation to'ment he said. "But if you are opposed to
the LVited States or furnished substitutes slavery, Mr. Phillips, why don't you go
A curious case before the United Stales i wju takc ?
District Court, which was in session in
Auburn last week, was that of Lyman
- -r . , . I . 1. V. T ., tt . i... -1 All 1 T
er. lou taKc out your pocKct uoos, jje- ; iortn, a rostmaster oi iiiuguuuy vuuu-
ing melted by her touching story and ty, convicted of removing thc stamps from I nncjent dame, "and-if it's
good looks, and just then a teiiow wno i letters dropped in ms omce ana timn ue
bas come un behind vou snatches away ! strovin?? the letters. The remarkable
your pocket book and makes off.
thing about this petty thieving is. that
North is 60 years of age, is worth 20,000
Says the immortal Artemus Ward." and previous to his detection had borne a
Do It Any How.
An efficer.down in Georgia tells, the fol-
1 a . - T.-U. I Ion won
, , . ti i i .1 :it j lowmir siorv : udb uik'"' ""
Yuma diger as much as you pleaze about good cnaracter. lie pieaueu guuiv, uu - - , "bserved a lisht ou
uie ivuBUBovBi . ..' ' - r, rp.;. i ,.,
"What will you takc ?" asked tbe
counsel of the old lady .She. shook her
head at the' counsel, informing ithejury
in confidence, that she was "very hard o'
"His Honor wants to know what you
asked the Jearned counsel,
againjthis time ' bawling, as loud as he
could in the car of life old lady.
K T tliintr Tur ITnnn'r lfimllv " flair! the
venience to him, I'll takc a little ale."
New York cast 75,000 votes at
Presidential election. A conscription
that in operation in the South would' pro;
duce as large a number.of Gghtiug men
in the Empire State as now defy the .na
tional armies throughout the length atra
breadth of rebeldom. This fact striking
ly illustrates the almost bouiidless-capaci'
ty of the North to carry on the war with
the rebels in arms.
A Western New York farmer writes as
follows to a distinguished scientific agfic'u
turist, to whom he felt under obligations
for introducing a variety of swine :
"Dear Sir : I went yesterday to tho;
fair at M. ; I found several of .your
species. There was a great variety of
beasts and I was astonished at not seeing
you there." ' '
, . K
Waltham watches i
said to be the highest
who owes allegiance and,
as a conseouence. service to botu otate
and National Governments, an exemp- j ligion
tion from service under the provisions of sloped
the Acts of Congress for enrolling and
calling out the National forces, does not
relieve a party from the allegiance he-owes
the State under the militia laws of the
Commonwealth It is a superadded obliga
tion. I have the honor to be, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
Inspector General P. M..
down South and preach to the Rebels ?"
"For the same reason, sir," was the reply
"that you do not go to hell to preach re-
to sinners." The interlocutor
A gentleman, who recently traveled o
vcra-western railroad, declared his opin-
I-.. .1 .I n v il
A Terrible Time.
"Wal, there's a row over to our house."
f'What on airth's the matter, you little
1 1 .1 I . il. -
"Why dad-s arunK, motner s aeaa, me
old cow has got a calf, Sal's got married
and run away with all the spoons. Pete
has swallowed a pin, and Luke's looked
at the Auroro Borax till he got the deUr
um triangles. That ain't all nuther.
"Wlint. lsi unon airth."
-Rose split the batter pot and broke the
inn tViof 5f mnPneL rY ,tlo .mm. ntin ftakea. and one of the Maltese Jvittens
WM MJAb 1W XO VUV 1UAU Xl tUU f 1 j
trv. fi tb snnnnntAnnt l-oonff . bov cot her head into the -molasses cup and
running ahead of the train to drive off couldn't get it out, and Oh, how hungry
nf n vonnor indv sf htyfTfir. but L was sentenced to stay in
iiiiu oniiv, u j """en j cd i . i ' 1
tell you confidentially, if she has forty Penitentiary one year besides payiug a
thousand pounds, the figger is about as , fine of 2,000.
near rite as you will get it.
. . i i.i ?
A Maine editor says that a pumpkin a nappy UUUF1G. ,.,1 V
in that State grew so large that eight lM TT.r p..LT
' . . . m i " - i -1 At- it a m nir u ... i.i.ivkiiiiiu iiiiiuiii iim i
J1S IS llKe ui "oiuiuiy., v v- j j -"a
The ages of tbe pair and of their "best
men could stand around it. This is like
the fellow who saw a flock of pigons so
low that he could shake a stick at them.
The town of Mount Tabor, Rutland
county,. Vermont, in 1860 gave Mr. Lin:
coin 28 votes, and none for "any other
man.-" In 1864 it gave 86 votes for Lin
coln, and none again for the other man.
Mr. Lincoln gains a little, it is true; but
the other man holds his own wonderfully,
Two hundred and fifty women and chil
dren not a man among them refugees
from Gedrgia,recently arrived atIndian
apolis, Tnd. They are pitiable - objects,
and enlist the sympathy of- the kind-hearted.
. i i i i - '
man, unuea, were two nunurea anu
twenty years. The lovely bride of seventy-two
had to be assisted out of the cab,
to undergo the interesting ceremony,, by
two "youths," aged seyenty-four years
specimens of Ameri
can art, each of i heir kind : one in mechanics
and the other in medicine. With a-rWai-tham
watch in one pocket and a box vpf
Ayer's Pills in the other, you should .beat
your work in season with the health to
pursue it. Advertiser, Norway, Me.
, r-- .?.;r
The Electoral College of Louisiana met
on the 7th inst., and cast the' vote of Uie
state for Lincoln and Johnson. A mes
senger was elected to convery tho' vote! tpv
,i, , i Q .ui. .
A Pennsylvania editor, appealing to
his patrons, says "The editor wlfuts graitf,
pork, tallow, candles, whiskey, 'linnen
beeswax, wool, and anything else lid .can
tbn mnnnfnln onnosite. Tlliukiug it Was
. i . . j ... JTv. 'i 1 i i I
a' signal light ol the enemy, ne reuiarkeu Trish,iian wns ohnllensed 'a WW
to his artillery oflicer that a hole couiu . Winder. Vt .. and his naturalfia-
easily bo put through it. Whereupon
, , .
Jones, since his marriage, has taken to
. talk slightly of the holy state. Brown
was telling, him of the death of a mutual
friend's wife, whom "the disconsolate"
had courted for twenty-eight years and
then married. She turned out tobe a
virago,.but died' two years after the wedr
djng. "There,?' sad J.ones, '"there's
luekl See what the, fellow escaped by a
I long courtship.
tho officer, turning
charge of the gun, said :
"Put a hole through it," ordered, the
nnrnoral sighted the gun,
"f - . i ,
. j .i.i
lu , t t nn llo
banded over a. paper, that
proved to be a bill against himself for, two'
barrels of whiskey.
w" r . t ,iill J ' i..,w umjw
and when all was reauy ue muivcu up auu . , , t uauer 0f
the great clamor
with religion, has come mostly frpm men'
of vile morals, led on by sleet hypocrites-
' "Hnntain. that's the moonV
"Don't carefor that,' was the captain s ho Qt lrito offide by fakse pretcuscs.
readv response! "put a hole- through it, a r : .!
any how." A painter who was well acquaiqteu .
!wjta te d;i'0 effects of law had to reja
It is-sard thattho rose-of Florida, the resent two men oue who had -ainedav
most beautiful, ot flowers, emits no fra- lawsuit and another who lost oue.-He?
grance ; the bird of Paradise, tbe most painted the former with a shirt onand
beatiful of birds, gives no songs ; . the .cy the latter naked. . v ;-
press of Greece, the finest of trees, yields
no fruit J dandies, tho shinist of men havo An exchange noticing the marnage.,
no s-ense ; and ball-room belles, tbe love-. James Hops to EUa.Boanc, says pork and
liest creatures- in the woUdi are very of- beans form a natural union; bu i thinks
.ten ditto-,onlXmore so. bean to a bogus a small allovvarie,
M cows and sheep ! jl am