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FRIDAY, I r t MARCH 13, 172.
A Mary f Mortra.
florae inftmina admirer of Prrkrra
prodncea the f illowiiiff, which im to
contain th name of nil ih work of the
Xii Mi tkclr l.flM-MwJ T"" J?.!?
. w uk. iu lowing Mn,t .nk-i.
- , tt a. r - i.. imrbwi TfH from thtWrwk of th
iofth Mf nVr swum IVKl I I
hIl not attempt to define th xart
of ewrr-rs ; but, most a-
, - rnirlf,li k extensive. A book lires
s longi tan a awpaprr, but a newe
( -r paper 4 constantly at work. The book
Wruktm by thowpamts, and Iba
papef ry ten of tboanmU. Tba bin k
la raad by tba tha wwn by
tba million. Ai a photograph Imprta-
aha of tha light and shadows of pawing
lif everybody Ukea an Intonwt in a
mw(iapr. It a I mora or Uia daily
history of our own tme; it in, in fid, in
our age, tha hi-tory of tclograph coro
na mnniration, and thai LTtba hintnry of tba
world ft each day. It column contain
'a transcript of tba deatlia, tha marriages.
Ua autnleisfs, tba complaint, the cafcun
GUlm Mary hy wir "Mutual Friend,"
"Jin-hola Nnslchy," had Jnrt flnished
reading a "Talc of Two title to "Mar
tin Chnisrlwit," during which lima "Tha
Cricket on tha Hearth" had hrm chirr
ing right nwrrily, while "Tha Chinas"
from the adjacent church Were heard,
when "HerMi Poor Traveler" com mencrd
ringing a "Christ mat Carol. "Harnahy
Rulre" then arrived from" Old Curionity
Hbop with anma "Pieturea from Italy,
and "Skrtchea by Boa," to show "Little
Dorrit," who wa busy with 'Tirkwirk
Paper," when "David Copprrfield," who
had been taking "American Notes," en
tered, and informed the company that
the "Ormt Expectations" of "Domhey
A Son, ninrding "Mr. Lirriper'a
Ilsllard's won court In lnnlsll
' Haw to Karak to Ibarra.
It Is mnal to attempt the management
KM tMilvfwl IwlMiMl iMlM thm TraatM 1 1 -! i L 1 !!. - -
' - in rniiHtm chut ' - T wni.iiimi imnnrri .. - ..
of Hamst-bar. In he cl W. Jraaaa. ja 1 mrn, h. mAt,h Mmil to the v. . 1" P. - St r
h.mt tha W ...(W4 .he ,""' n h7 ,"n Tbrn i one , vhrre , kina , , well I """"
wratlna ml of their own pnrkrta. How IhH ; ,t" "w r11"11"""1. power r,wr tim,bj, ml top, orchard and
el.lm w. an Inform, try Town Attorney : and importance of which are anldom re- illn U th, worl.l-wi.le
lll,,fUrWlm,l,v.tU r,r.W-I rrfrr to the humaa voice. A or),.hnitcd imaVnia (Kentucky hl.ee
SnrittrTwl irrn-Kth.cl.Tv.ti.mof root crop. .
Mormrer, tk proof la (kror of Ih Iowa mm M ,h mnTrh nttwJ M ' .
" eW that H h. InenmprehemlMe kow M- ' , ... ... .,.,. . ,. i T "ll.h neglected a feci fi.r "nrk,
I.Hmldh.e,wj,wwr4 .pa th. - "",,J, 1 m 0fh wpecially milch eowfc 1 wrote a full ao-
irml that whit. ea k.re, a. apinrt ae- P""" m n language quite Bnohjeo. of he u,,. f rooi
Itiea, the excitement., V ftan, H- en-lfr. h,ul "b" ""1"; "J
thuim. tha remicimrMhe aorrow. tnd ! te hni ,,Buoto th " Tre
tha waota of living men. How, then,
can it mil to be generally Interwting?
But the newapaper d mora than
thi -it forma opinion, some time lead
ing, aomotimea f illowing. It cannot go
too fiir ahead, neither can it kg too for
behind. It acta and ia acted upon. Per
bapj oftener an echo of what the majori
ty of newrpaiera read and tliink, feel
and dwirei than anything ele. Thii In
deed b neceaiiity of newrpaper'i axia
enoe. But it often lead opinion, too,
by reiteration, by repetition, by line
upon line, and by precept upon precept
A the water drop wear hollowr in the
hardest atone, ao doe the newspaper
mold and thane the local and political
opinion of the community, and bring
bout important changes. It does not
follow that these opinions are always val
uable or excellent. The newspaper may
ftirra raise views as well as true, may
defend injustice, strengthen prejudice,
nd propagate error. The only correct
ive for all this i freedom. Baid Milton
In hi plea for unlicensed printing, "Let
truth and falsehood grnple; who ever
saw truth put to the won in a free and
, The quality of a tucceaRful editor,
however, are of a much higher kind than
Carl via oVfiues them to be. It is not
mere "tbreahing straws without wheat'
that is required of him. He must have
ability, energy and tact Hi illiistrm
tiona and argument must alwars be
within call. The best newspaper writing
is only brilliant talking ; but whnt a
rare gift ia that! Let any person who
think It easy to write a newspaper arti
cle, try it But one article, or even a
dozen, will be no text of success. An
editor mutt be able, like the celebrated
French eook of the play, to prepare
twelve coarsce of Sab, flesh and fowl
from one aqnaro lump ofVeaL He
; fazing or dull for a moment He
miMt niuigle the grave with the gay, the
lively with the severe, tact with comment,
speculation with experience, lie must
have versatile taste, a well stored mem
ory, a light and playful imagination, a
, logical mind and an unswerving judg
ment If any one thinks it i an ewy
tank to edit a newspaper, year alter year,
let him try it . .
Fire la XUhateavUlo
The frame house occupieotby Mrs Clem
'mens a widow lady, situated on Main
adjoining the Canon House, was entirely
consumed by fire on Monday morning
but The Carson House was in great
danger of being destroyed, and waa only
aavad through the persistant effort of the
citixens, We learn that Mrs. Clcmmen
had about 1700 insurance on the house,
and together with some kind hearted peo
ple oi Uie town, will fully recover their
loss. If there had been a strong North
wind blowing, the probabilities are, that
the better portion of the town would have
been destroyed, as it ia entirely without a
lire department, and would have been at
the mercy of tha fire fiend.
law Uowralns; Public Nalea,
It U aot ginmWy knoaa that whea nil as
, tala is sold at suction. If the terms of th sals
srs written out and ths naatesof tba Boowwful
bidder an imsrted sad slgiiiftul by ths auction,
eer, that such bidder is bound in law, and the
contract of purcbaa can bs forced against kliu.
Tkki prueedura takas it out of th statue of
frmuds sad perjuries, for the auctioneer ia the
authorised sent uf th bidder. Aa auction
eer should always eig-a Ilia esie-Uiok of any
sale, and then It can be need laeTidtios against
the bi.U'r1 -tRudins; to thia audineera
will save a goud deal of trouble.
Inu taking "Somebody's Luggage" to
"Mrs. Lirriper'i Lodgings, in a street
that bad "No Thoroughfare, opposite
"Bleak House, where the "Haunted
Man, who had jut given one of "Dr.
Ma!igiMs Prescriptions" to an "Uncom
mercial Traveler, has brooding over the
"Mystery of Edwin Dmod."
Carrfnlnra and Morawcaii
If wa are cheerful and contented, all
nature smile with us; theair seems more
balmy, the sky more clear, the ground
has brighter green, the trees have a richer
foliage, the flower a more fragrant smell,
tho birds sing more sweetly, and the sun,
moon and atari all appear most beautiful.
We take our food with relish, and what
ever it niay be, it pleases us. We feel
better for it stronger and livelier, and
fit for exertion. Now what happens to us
if we are ilUtempered and discontented f
Why, .there is not anything which can
please Os. We quarrel with our food,
with our dress, with .our amusements,
with our companions, and with ourselves.
Nothing comca right for ns ; the weather
is either too hot or too cold, ton dry or
too damp. Neither sun nor moon, nor
fmea, nn rta-Hts whk-k V. A. enarts arf knand
la respect These U. 8. eonrts are peculiar In
stitutions when thrlr friende are Interested'
Tli other day, ia Jack Minv, a V. 8. Mar
shall, as srrsnt a lasml as gees anhnng, was
convicted on lour Indictments of em bent in
public money. Jwlar Hill, one of Inns de
tects Me jndirea of the RellsrH stripe, arntenced
tionnhle in itself, yet spoken in tone 1
which) more than dofrata it influence.
Whnt b it which lull the mflutt to re
pose It is an array of mere Words,
There Is no charm to th nntattgbt one,
in letter syll.'iMc and scntencea. It is
crops, some month iocs), which I sent
for publication to tha Cincinnati Time
and Chronicle; hut never having awn it
therein, I presume the article wjs ovsr
kmkrd and never puhlUliod. In the sum
mer of 1"0, (.Inly 10,) I sowed an acre
of summer and winter turnip seed (prin-
the sound which strikea its little ear that
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"' rasoJMiinriBwrmoisixBKins snranesniHi com,.-c . s.ccp. n. rew . d b fmfri kM) j , ,ir""l "
far eerkeonitctioa due lowest im al lowed ! notes, however unskilfully arranged, if ' . ' , ,. , t;ull ! the vine. If th
- . w litre 1 1 'u in. im i
utterea tn a son me, are room, to pi (, jon rf mM , Th,
sent a magic influence. Think we that L..,. i..it.ir .n, l.n
! mots, which I gnthered during the seav
son and fed to my milch cows. Tlie flow
rt milk wiia irenntlv lncrweie1. and t
parental roof. Is the hoy growing rude I m. min, .,, 1,.., butt. than I had
by the law ) ami ontered all the term to ttis
at the same lime. There'. Isw for yon. I .w
Oar Idle Bcamlm.
Aa Ensrliak tmvtler writest "I eaa aaenrs
yon that, baring lired Is different castka sad
ainnor koitsae uf Ores! Ilritain, and been ac
caslomed lo th industroue bsliits of duchese
ee and eountewas, I wss utterly astoninherl at
lbs idlrneaa of In ladieat No Emrlinhvmnea
of rank (witk tli escyitioa of a kf psrvea
sea), from the Q'leea down ward, won id re
als in far one kelf-boar unemployed, or eit In
a rocking-chair aniens seriously ill. Tbry al
most all (witk hardly an aiceptlon) copy tlie
letters of bubmcas of their hopbnnds, nithens
or brothers; attend minutely to th wanta nfthe
poor s round them, sad errs take pari ia their
smnsements, and ryntpathlte with their snr
rowsj eiait and superintend Iks schools; work
in their own gardens; sea to their household
concerns, think about their visitors; look over
their weekly accounts, not only their domestic
expenae, but often Hums of Ih farm sad the
estate; mnasg penny clubs ia conjunction
with lbs working classes, lo kelp them lo keep
tbemaelTea; and with all thess occupations, by
early hours, they keep up their acqusintaoee
with the literature snd politics of thedsy, mnd
cultlesle the sccoraplishmpnts of mnsie and
drsaing, and often acquire, besides, some
knowledge of scientine pursuits.
this influence is confined to the cradle? i
No; it is diffused overage, and
not while the child remaina under the
in manner, and boir-terou. in speech T I mluf m
know no instrument ao sura to eoutrol
these tendencies as the gentle tones of a ' a)(
mother. She who speaks to her son
handily dona but give to hi conduct the
sanction of her own sxamplex Shepoura
oil on th already raging flame. In the
presence of duty we are liable to otter
ourselves harshly to children. Perhaps
threat is expressed in loud and irrita
ting tone; instead of allaying the passion
of the child, it serves directly to iuc eaaa
them. Every fretful expression awaken
in him the spirit which produced it 8o
does a pleasant voice call up agreeable
feelings. Whatcverdispnsition, therefore,
we would encourage in a child, the same
we should manifest in the toue in which
we address it. Kxrhtmgt.
If it is desired to extinguish the'firrin
a chimney which lias been lighted by a
fire in the fire-place, shut all the door of
quart of wheat bran to each cow, night
morning. At tlie rhwe of the season
Trx Chicago TLim, ths lesding Democrat
ic journal in the Nortliwnit, eprsks thus of the apartment, so as to prevent any eur
tlie nomination of Judf-e Davie: , of .;, -faj ,, th. -himnev. and
Ths aominstlon is on of msny evidences 1 throw a few handfula of common aslt
th.tarsob-,rTbl..f . .pont.oeou. fading I (ho-fire, which will immcliately
throughout the country, ia favor of eome emi-1 . . , , , ., ,
tcitise..ndl.l.tNS.totS.Pr-.lenerilt,,I,'U'1, tiu mnU- The pl"l"e"r"r
br the co-oueratins- suoinrt of sll the neonle ' tJatat in the process of
star have any beauty; the fiVMs are who would guard the country agsinat another burning salt, muriatic acid is evolved,
barren, the flower are lustreless, and the I term of calamitous corruption and misrule. The I which ts a prompt extmpuuherof fire.
birds silent We move aliout like some l"" "'" " in the pereoa of
judge laivta, snca a candidate, agentlemsn
I gnthered the roots and buried them
in the oien ground, and fed them about
a peck per day (each cow) untill New
Year, when the roots gav out; and sine
then I have discovered a perceptible dim
inution in tlie flow of milk.
Aa lesperlanl raw rn lraa raltarsx.
Hera w wraild mention fact which
ha eome within onr olsesrvation and ex
perience, which, If general y trna, of
It la thia; That the
third fruit hud from tha baa of tha
past year' ran throw out larger and
better developed bnnrha of grape than
either tne first of ancnnrl. The grape
from these buds seem also better flavor
ed, and generally superior to this on the
first and ernnd. In accord nnc with
tlii hint w have adopted the plan of cnL
ting the cane at such length aa to leave
th third bod, generally, and sometime
the fourth, when a good strong one, and
then rubhirg oil the first and second buds.
and leaving th third and fimrth fin fruit
Th nnmber of fruit buds left on the vine
must depend on th age and strength of
vino ar strong and
vigorous, al three ycara, from two to
three bunches of grape may be allowed to
BMture on each, without injury. Vacif-
ftwrral I'm. '
Th Prairie Fanner ears that in order
to make the application of nap to tlie
trunks of apple tree entirely effectual for
the exclusion of the borer, it ia necessary
to take very thick soft nap, without di
luting, heat it to th boiling point, and
then paint the trees freely with It, esp.
cially near tha ground, and thence up
some distance among the branches. It
strike into the hark when thus put on
Iwouldnotadrtseato)suddenchanK-e;hoi,aothatoiM application about the
of feed from anything else to roots; but a first of June protects th tree for the
gradual change can be made, and but lit- season, killing the young hirer or eggs
tie, if any, taste of tli turnips can he ' which happened to be at the surface of
perceived. From my experience in feed- the bark. We have never tried thia
ing milch cows, my decided preference mode, but have used the old one of ruh-
at for turtiitw and clover hay, mixed bins with cold soft enap. which always
with wheat bran. II these article are proved useful, but never entirely eflcctu-
properly used, the flow of milk and yield al; and it waa alway necessary, in or
of butter will be ail that anyone could dor to effect complete extirpation, to go
desire. Every one who feetls cows and can , over th tree once or twice a year with
raise turnips, should never fail to put in a . tba knife and flexible wire. Our read-
sufficiency for the purpose. Cows will era will of course understand that the
eat them aa readily as corn, foil raw they , snap ha no effect on borer already in the
are nearly as good as to fil them cooked. ! wood.
I believe they like them better when not j
cooked. In sowing turnips, it is well to j
sow early in the spring from the fact thst
it often happens that drouth, the flv and, A NKW IDTTAOF. It.NTMEl.Y
evil spirit, neither loving nor beloved by
Iat or Moleu.
Lost or stolen through tho agency ot
villians, in the disguise of friemls. The
undersigned has lost within the last five
years the following item of property,
An unencumbered estate,
A vigorous constitution ;
A fair moral character:
A good standing in society ;
An active, healthful conscience.
Also, at the same time, or soon after,
liie allccliiAu ot a wile., oi
The miscreaut who have thus robbed
me are the memliera of one family.
Their name are Bum, Gin, Brandy,
uie aud Ale. Another base fcllow, a
recent emmigront from Germany, named
Lager, it is supposed had a hand in the
robbery, as he is much in company with
the above named brotherhood of thieve
and seems to be of kindred character,
The villians are still lurking about this
town and vicinity, aud frequently to be
seen at the homes and around the fire
sides of fiunilie of the highest respect
ability. Wboerer will apprehend them
and bring them to justice, (hall receive
the thaulu of the undersigned, and have
administered to him a cup of cold water.
p.4aei!ig the talents, aeqnirements snd per
sonal character to restore that dignity to the
office of Chief Magistrate, tlie loss of which
baa been a national humilistion, snd one who
ia puculiarly (tied to anile th strength of sll
parties, snd of all the people without resect
to imrtie, whoar opioeed to the Adminiotrs-
tlon. They are to he congrstulatrd upon their
Tfikrf. is nothing on earth worthy of
being comiarcd for a moment with love.
No other thing that can give by itself nn
alloying happiness. A loveless life is
worthies', though passed in luxury, and
crowned with the proudest laurels of suc
cessful ambition. A life well set about
with love is blessed, though haunted by
built eontsining three roni snd a
k 1 1. Ii.-n . IttiatH. am laiiU Im Ntknfneit M
young plant, and then oue haa time to j the isnill turnpike mad. Apply al Ibe
other causes often destroy the ared or i
resow, and a failure is often averted. A
good crop of turnips will save many liuh
el of corn and many iutnU of hay and
other feed, bevidis producing more milk
and butter. If more root were r.ticd,
the farmer would find his "balance sheet" t
in his tkvor greater tluin the man who does
j not find time to cultivate them. Cunntnj
Isrrstoa Jocssal office, or
I U J. W. UlLHAtf, Proprietor.
excellent snd most j.idiciou. selection, snd es- j that relentless Site which seems to deny
pecially upon havint plnced themselves in a
position where, in sdvsncing their own cnue,
they may also advance a cause that ia
common to all patriotic and right-minded cit
ixvns of the Republic.
EvcaingH sit 1 Ionic.
.Tlmna bfoLresirtwork againal seil, and ne
to some men and women w hat the world
Ianpartaat Id 1x1 siult
A telegram from Cliiago, at March tint tod,
aanounoea tluit Htuart Itobiiuwwf Lou
isville, haa entered eu it tor lihel sgsiut the
proprietora of Uia CliUtgo Drening M, In
wkick he Imya kis duisges at on hundred
thousand dollars. Ths tW, not long aincc.
stales) last th plainlin, wiiile addressing bis
eofig negation, sdriaed thea to sliip clothing
Injected with yslloa isrer to promiucnt North
ern cities, and the reverend geatWuua declares
thai he never said anything of th sort, and
now suss tut 111 sum named.
As old gentleman with several auspi
ciously red spot on bis face, entered a
street car few day since, and quietly
took the only aeat which was vacant
An inquisitive chap asked him if he had
the small pox, and he said "yes. There
waa a general scramble among the paa
engers, all of whom wanted to get out
right there, and in about a'uiinute the
old gentleman bad the car to himself.
The conductor, very cautiously peeping
in, demanded how long it wa since the
afflicted individual had recovered. "Well,
sir, replied tha victim ot the disease, "1
cannot say exactly, but, a near aa I can
recollect, it wa about thirty-five year
Amoho Janauschek'a jewel i a dia
mond ring valued at 119,000; a diamond
cross with chain 115,000 presented by
the Emperor of Kuasia ; diamond earring,
from the King uf Holland, 12,200; rubie
and pearls, from the Queeu of Wurteiu
burg, f 7,000 ; locket aet with diamonds,
very vuluable; bracelets, from the King
of Buvaria, h( with five diamonds, 110,
nm. .i;.,n...ii r-... .
' ' " , UM..UUU. , flW .OIKIIUUI
geutleuuui, f&,u00j emeralds, from the
King of Greooe; carbuncle, diamonds,
earrings and locket,- from Turkish
school of virtue and mortal worth, like a good
bom. And the good home ia not merely thst
which furnishes edible dinncra and well-kept
rooms snd cloan beds, but that furnishes most
aslfaction, refreshing and joy to all its in
mates. And svening is ths only time when all
ths members of the family circle meet togeth
er, and can mingle in happy and joyous inter
eoures. The occasion abould be provided lor
as it ia usually is not Our horn keepers
should tak ths bint from those who furniiih
public cntertainmenta, and Uriah thought and
ingenuity enough upon the occasion to make
A Soitiiekn paper advertise aa fol
lows: "Wanted, at this office, an abk
ligjisd. hard featured, bad tempered,
Hit-to-be-ptrt-on fTTi not-to-be VjaVref.
down, freckle-faced young man to collect
for this paper; must fiiruUh his own horse,
saddle-bags, pistols, whUky, buwie-knifo
and cowhido. We will furnL-li the ac
count. 'To such we promise constant
and laborious employment.
Take good care of your teeth or your
cheeks will sink in, your lips lose their
freshness, the chin will be, leagthened,
wrinkles will cover your face as so msny
ao attractive and delightful a.l ti.fy tog thiu j '"""" pronunciation will be difficult
every member of the household will feel the and unpleasant, the saliva, having no
happier for It, and look forward to its return
with expectancy, and beyond the ten thousand
temptations to spend the evening hours elsewhere.
Tint great whisky hubub kicked up in
Louisville over a large purchase of whisky
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HUstDKlt of newsuniiors ar boasting I , . . ,, .,
of th confidence pbu-id iu them by theS , " u'"f- , , ,ur "mT .VU,K
aulauribers. An llliuoi weekly has re-1 olJ bieky in the oouuty, it Is aiuiply ab
cetved an order to "scud th paiwr until , surd. Our friend Hutches.), Mo
thast five dollar are exhausted." TheiChesney 4 Co., of tbi city hay older
Cincinnati immsnial braK of ub- L i.ulk .ukv. and sl.i.i.t it nor
tout uf twelv dollar. A California uiau
aent on five dollars for tba weekly Courier
Journal (M t anuuui) rtxwuilv, saying
that h hadu t tba rhunge, and .that he'd
be obliged if the tuuil-elerk would put
hint down for year and scud tin ckaity
hif retura mail. tourmsvui-wi.
A TuuMaease luu ordarsxi th Isteiuuh
. JouuiAL fog ou year, autlunuig aain
pi of hair, saying ha would "ley for it
he) ha aold hi dog."
A CtsiTAtM brand uf CWuiuuti
whiskey I warnuitul to ooutaiu i.Yt&iU
to tlm barrvL
quite as much as tlutt which these iecu
la tors are fussiug about Krntiitly 0V
foaclkiag M artb Uomrimbcring.
The London Lamed, excellent authorityriree
ths following receips for the curs of bt It-I
on: As soon aa tne dlaesss si tell, put directly
over the spot fly blister about the aiieof your
tkumb nsil, and let it remain fur six boura, at
tlie expiration of which time, directly uuder
theaurfao of the blister may be area the fel
on, which can be instantly taken out with tlie
point of needle or a lancet
A avxxwT letter from Toronto, Canada, says
that, abould England, la case of a war with
the United His tea, leave Canada to her owe re
sources, the Canadians would maks ao resist-
ano to the American army, tear th obvious
reason that they bel themselves unequal to
lbs task. In tlie contingency of host i lilies, this
pacific sentiment of our neighbors of tbs ls
Biinioa will bs hailed with gratitude by our
Fenian friends, who, ia their purpose of libera
ting Irelsau, would be Ueliglitea witn sn op
portunity to walk ovsr the border without
hinderanos, and make tliemaelvos at home in
Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec.
A FATHEa was one svening teaching kialit
lle boy to ivcil his rninday school lesson. It
wss from tlie fourteenth chapter of klatbew
wherein is related the parable of s malicious
Individual, who went about aowing tares.
"What ia a tare? Tell me, my boy, what a
tars is? asked ths anxious parent "Yon
bsii ees." "Johnny, what do you mean? ask
ed th father, o(ning bis eyes rsther wide.
"Why, fast week, whea yuu didn't corns home
far three days," aid Johnny, "I beard mother
tell Aunt Huaaa that vou waa on lure."
more dyke to contain it, will escape,
aud produce that uupleasentnesa which
we only endure in old aye.
The pruning of the grapevine should
be attended to immediately. Care and
judgement are req unite iu order to do thia
properly. The rule is, to shorten in the
new wood in proportion to quantity of the
roots. This can be pretty accurately de
termined by the Inst season' growth.
A Dandy who wanted tlie milk
paaed to him at a country inn, thus arked
for it "Landlady, please pas your cow
this way. To whom the landlady retir
ed: Waiter, take the cow down to where
the calf is bleating."
Stoke of Tennesse got off with
paltry fine of tl0,500 and oct The foe
he got for putting the fraud through was
110,000. The case ia regarded in Wash
ington as one of the most corrupt ever
shown up there.
Kekvov headache is said to be in
stantly relieved- by shampooing the head
with a quart of cold water, in which a
desert spoonful of aud, haa been di-"
BlouKAPUV is useless which is not true.
The weakness of clutructer must be pro
served, however iiuignificaut or hum-.
bling; thcy'aro the errata of genius, aud
clear up tho text
Mow awll waa Waal
Professor Agaivu says that all the
materials on which agricultural proccssi
depend are decom posed rucks not so
much rocks that underlie the soil, but
those on the surface tlutt are brought
from considerable distance, and ground
hi powder by tii rasp of the " glacier.
Ice all over the continent is tba agent
that has ground out more soil than all
other agencies put together. The pene
tration of water into rocks, frost, running
water, and baking sum have done some
thing, but the glacier more. In the for
mer age, the whole United Stales was
covered with ice several thousand feet
thick, and this ice moving from north to
south by the attraction of tropical warmth
or pressing weight uf ice and suow behind
ground the rock ever which it puiucd in
to the paste we call tlie soil. Tboe
niaasea can be tracked as surely as game
is by the hunter. He has made a study
of them in this country as fur as Ala
bama, but he lad observed the same
phenomenon, particularly in Italy,
where among the Alps, the glaciers are
in progress. The I tones and risks ground
and polished by the ghwier can be easily
distinguished from those scratched by the
running wuter. The angular Isiuldcr
found in meadows and the terraces of our
rivers not reached by water, can only be
accounted for in thia way.
JNO. 1. OTTKB. J AN. It. OTTKa.
OTTER & BRO.,
(SiiecassiintoIIAKVEY A tilKHl.KR)
Manufacturers sad Wkolrasle IValers ia
Moves, (i rates, Castlnus,
t'eee. Tin aa eaeel.lres Wars,
Tea XeUles, Bad Iroaa, Coffee Hills, Soaiea,
73 KaM nVIe birth rtrect, bet. Main and
Market, luiaville, Ky. l-3ra
rtiAs. it. nATturn.
aerly la..iW. Ir
(W, Maim wJ Fourth Htrtwtin
Boflttad and Befurniahed.
Fare 2 SlTper Iny.
HATCHER At BEIX, Pro a.
rJtWft- V AWlaftaW Ifrvktam
latla) uf JeeUiutwkU IUlL
THE BEST BARGAINS IH T01!.h
GEO. D. WEAEEN, "
Groceries, Provisions. Produce, Salt,
Staplo T3oot and enoos,
Quconswaro, fllass "Wnro, Stono Ware,
Pocket find Table Cutlery,
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
OoiiibctioiicrlcM, etc., etc.
Always on Hand, and .
SOLD TOR CASH ONLY.
LIBERAL I'RICEr) PAID FOR "
JfrI, 11nr, llnron, Tnrdt natter. fii, 4ke.,
In Exchange for Uterchandlao.
Special Inducements to Cash Buyers.
No Hoods Sold on Six or Twelve Month's Time.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANC
Office, S. W. Cor. Third and Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ey.
Assets Nearly $700,000.
PR J. t.AWKKXt'K HMlTlf. Pieaidfwt:
J. II. I ll hKSltKKliKK, Vir. rresi.let
J. R. TKMI1 fcaraaal Vkw I'lMlrM;
W ra.. a ...... .. '
... i. . in i3t rerpptarri
JNO. R. PMITIL Treaawreri
H. T. M'ltiN. tlmerai Aseeil
W. K. IIAKVFY, Oswiliisw Artuarr,
W. t. IIAItttrrr, Iswal Adir.
I'lW W. R t Al.KWKI U K. T. TKKKE. sad U Ift KiNIKKK Medieal Hoard.
TIIIX WMPAMY 0NTIXI KH Til I.NHI KE I.IVM ON ALL TUK Viltt.L
trte.1 and spprored vasa It asuiris all t AMil M UtlU aa upeuaite sd
Its M AN AGEMENT is urnler the anprrrM. of the brat WiDeaa taleat s teninltk-.
Its Rnsnrial puailioa ta thoroufhl; soaml, aflonling lbs kigsea fusrealees ef acritT arul
Ita saisisea is srnwlnc rmpiitlr, mid i be road the ksaard of aa eiprrlasrsil.
Kiperintrr waa shows ito kswtius hull, ft asp sad n6lshle iareatment ef fuada, and
the healthfiilnrsa nf the rnritsi Mimmmlin.. tn he ai.srttir.
The Pttl.lt'Y which the niiis isos haa hero can-fulljr resirl, and la MW up k lite
an adeanred prMttina of lifir inMirenee. lis rii. isiisis sre st osop d. snlte, and roatfir.
beads all thst lbs I uanaut or dtnahlv enjmrea Iu eVigr nsittact, sad as liberal m osses-lnd
IVucmb aad die Mleesls both asaAirsrilsMe.
D. W. HILTON, Stat Agent.
J. C. COOPER, Local Agent.
Cor. Main and Eighth fllrreta,
A hew niethinl uf thievery kaa aiade ita ap
ntsniire III !ittburg, The perwiratur at
tends eums churra and sits by ths dour.
Whea tlis eulUs'tUa plaa is Landed him bs
arahs the eouteuts aud disspa-arsat full apeed.
Taught by .speriaaos, the chun-h sen 1 two
descuns wilk eat-a plate uuw-t-dnyt, and, a
pulie. duly haa becuu. ons of Ilia deauuual
fua-tiuus, tb. sdvut-atee uf aiaaeular Cbrialiaii
ty eapect Iu carry er) llung befura Uieu at
the neat election.
A music Jeuler in an aaeteru towu
aiuiuuiica iu but wiuJuw a autiiuoutal
song, "Tlwu Hart Lortxl Me aud Left
(Sir Twcutr fiv Ct'tita."
A sbiobt tins helms tb revululba uf tbe
4th uf Hsptesuber, a deputy a. II. Thian ap
ply bis usigue Ui a pueiajgvtuuip bearing Na-
pobs-w III. lustra, Tb ib puly eaclaiaed,
"I hi.. Mtllwlll Vl.ll In (I.H 1
It la not until w have paatetl through
, the furnace tlmt we are made to know
how much dross wa iu our eonipositlou.
Wc mount to heaven mostly on tli.
ruin of our clu-risliul schemes, duding
our fiii I una were suvcensea.
IiEi'tHTANCK without ameudtueut ia
lilt coutiiiuul jmmpiiig uia ship without
M.Thci ,t"Pl'iu5"'e WU
if it ware suukuluiutf to wondur at. that a i .a, " if kuad,,g th. tyrauu" M. TUeira rejuiu-
woiuau'a voice aiav be heard at au alii'
ad, "My dear t-lluw, yuu si aiietasem; I au
lakiug the etifleniaf out uf hiut,"
tude uf two tuibs from th earth, while
that of a man never reaches above a
mile. Burelvlti.uotiieeaatrvtoirouB1 Tub IUtuiw of WuaxaaU las ei-
iu a balloon lo fiud out that wojuea jiitvh ttud law makiug- all day of eloctiou
their votota hiahar than mou. ! boli'laya, It is thought this meas-
Tiib Kauaa House of Ri-prasenta-tiveshaa
passed bill abolishing capital
Potattxn on Nod l4ind
In addition to the reply to J. K. 8., p.
56, I take tlie liberty to say tlmt I have
frequently pluuted potatoea u.nlcr inver
ted aud and with the sauie surrew as by
the ordinary process. Previoiu to plow
ing aud planting, tho land ought to hare
a dressiug from Uie barn-yard manure or
ita mercantile miituros. A tuixture of
ashe aqd suierphiphat() ia very suita
ble. The quantity per acre I presume
J. E. 8. understands. My pratice ia
to run a two-horse aud plow, followed by
a luhauil plow, the mI plow running
about eight inches deep aud the subsoil
elevated four inches, thus placing the
sett four niches below the surfiuw and
planted in every third plowed furrow. If
it is desirable to economize manure,
manure only iu tbe drill) and at the same
time the setts are planted. If the plow
ing is not duue on either aide of the lot
it will be necessary to return empty.
Lastly pas a heavy rollr. Count ry Ctn-Uemen.
OCATKI IS TIIK t'KNTER OF THE
Unrest Wholesale HouM-a and Tobacco
art-houses. Furnished and
throughout, la the best alyle.
FARE $2 00 por Day.
lJtrn ALEXANDER A , Propr'a
WARNER & BRO.,
AND MAXUFACTl'RERS OP
SHIRTS and UNDER WARE.
Mrs. L. BEAZLEY.
FshJ.aahl Xilllaer sad Maalaaaaksr,
Hemnd dnr west nf pre
othre, Hisnfnrtl, Ky.
Tne lassa laiiaa nad Metrooliuai etyUe
ol dresses, fte.
CUT AND MADE TO ORDER.
Maile and trinned on ahort notice.
A larre stork of FASHION tlll.E MI I.I.I
XEKV, NOTIONS, sc., i hand and at ricea
lo sua the tinea. ly,
(Lstb waaaxa uoisti
HVVIM) LEA8F.D TIIIH IMITLAR
lluu-l, (or a term of rears, which is
iluu-u on court iaiiara, snd b. v ins milted
the Mil, in etsid atjrle. 1 am prrfiaml tu en-
trrtsin sllwhneallnn ua The traveling pub
lie will and this IIihu. euuTenien! suitin(
An Excollent Stable
eoavwueat la the houss.
At the Bar.
Pure liqaora rifrara, tohacm, As
111 DAVID UAKVIX,
Trust nut the whiteness of hi turban
who bought th soap ou credit.
lire will induee busiues unn to take a
more general Interest in politics, or at
; least record their votos.
I'oiJTKNtMa k like an air-oushlm
chair there may Le nothing in it, but it
our jolt wouderfully.
C'urioua KfTfta of llr.
Collie ia curious iu ita euerts. There
ar tew ill that befiill ua which more
suddenly aud surely rid us of all vanity
aud fiutidiousuee and fulse notions. A
man with colic will forget all his ambi
tious fir wealth and fiiine, foi apjiearauce
and eclat; be will forget the strile w ith
hi neighbors, b which be ha sworu to
couquer, or he will think of it only to
wish It had never begun; he will forget
tlutt he lives in any better house than his
hired workman, his fast horses wjll van
ish from hi niiuJ aud he will think only
of the things reeJJy nwlful for happiuea,
rest, peace, and few small eonifurta of
life, and blessed immunity from exilic
Oefire oolic ranish all feeling of eavtto,
Falls City Shirt.
f f 00
Hhirts nuble to order mi
6 Khirta made to order. .........
U Hhirta made to order. .
The beat aj OU whiu ahirt ia the dir.
Head lur irios list aad directions tut self-
1-tini tto Fourth EK, LOl'IHVILLF, KT.
Wholesale and ItetaiL
BY DEALIXO WITH HIM PERSONS
CAN OaT TUK BEST ALE FOB
LfcHH MONKY, 1UAN BY
(iENDI.NO TO LOU IS.
VII LE OK C'lN-C1NNATL
Send on your Orders.
A knowledge ef our weakni
in us charity for others.
jjaunJ .u.siriority. mid aUife, r,J'
uimiu (nn us piouurisl at all aoun. ui w osy
the democracy of tlie grave or a street-, can bs wwiurwi a allkoi
car is not uior noutbl and oouiiileU thuu '"''. "lJ c';""',11,
. ... n. . . I have ooiwuualy oa hand all
in ocuiocmx-y oi ooiw. i'aastctua. y
T AI LOR,
STIIVG sS ,
North Hid MAIN STREET,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
WHICH WILL BK MADK TO OR-
DUt ArTtU lilt
Ferfeot Fit Wsurmted.
I air air-
AiMisiiR IHss. St are as E Seair.
DUNN & OWSLEY,
ChoiulaU and FbarmaeeutlutH,
i:to., i:to., xsto., ntc.
Pbruriana nrearrii liwis earrfullr bsmI .til.
fully cumpuunJed, tiiLer VK ot 11UUT.
Fur ssedical uar, slsays oa hand.
rtT-Our price will be m low aa eaa he
THE t'NIlKKMIGNED 18 NOW FBE
pand ui do all kinds uf UackuuilUnfti
wrun siskins sud reuairin. al the lowest
rah priiva. h.op North bid. alsia Btnatt,
J-oa WM. DAUUHEKTY.
TIH SHOP UNO STOVES ! .
PETER STRAX7B "
WEST END STANFORD, KT
I AM PREPARED TO PO A1X KINDS .
ot ua wurk a siy shop amr UM H'ook.i
Always oa hand aad tar sal
Heating and Cooking Stoves,
Odd VrM.li, dfco.
Steam MilT Boilers,
And other null suaehlnery remu-ed at all
timm- ... -.
Tin and Copper Ware
ou bands, (ureal, chap. 1-ly
P. J. CAMPBELL,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
of 4 war pool.
Cash Capital $10,000,000, Gold.
rt. tubaa, HCrOM-
niled Niala tur aseurily lo
Hid si eai k h.ad IMr, without
lo NKW YOKK a KNt.UAM).
Inenranee uken on dweUunjs W ka( wraa.
a VtliV UlW tUl r-ri.
Annual Income $2,700,000.
Barb, h (Wleaaan, Manafera for
ILUnoa an viuchy, to"iUet
rNVKalkiU IN I).
A, iad iu the I'niUal
11 1, y bM.-n,tl,UOU,Ui
lMees neid al en. a