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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL.
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MVKtlX FBIDAT atORNIRQ.
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HILTOH IOAIPBELI,, Proprietor..
TrlltlS-Tw hollar per tw la AJraara.
THE RED CXIOSS.
The year ia drawing to a olnw, and we
need tlie money due u on iulwrription.
Thiaw of onr aulwrriheri who find a red
X after their namra on the margin of
the paper, or on the wrapjr, are po
likdy notified their ulrription i due,
or over due, and are requested to reuiit
the Mine immediately. We dciire to
pun-iuue power prew, ana enlarge our ,
Iper four eolumn at the liegimiing of
our aecond Tolume, and will do i if ,
properly eocourged, and promptly h1. I
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I'leaiw come to our aniftanre, frienihi,
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nd we w.llmak. you the LAK(iIT ,
if not the JltnT wwkly pajer in CVn
Vnm Uh rlnM Clr b.
THX LOHE DOTE Of IE5T0CKT.
t err. (HAai.n ho amd.
Among the lirave women who followed
the redouhtalde IVuaniin Logan arroK
the mountaioa, for the puroe of nud
lirhing a aettleineiit in Kentueky, truly
called Ihe ".Urk and Moody ground,'
waa Rtrice Lind-y. Ixft' an orplian
m few month prior to the emigration, he
Ud nothing, nvi rw,!!eti.ia of hy-
gone daya, to bind her to the old North
Hate, ami with her little brother, a lad I
uf twolre. .he embrwee.i with emgerne. '
the opportunity to ai.-l iu the colonial-:
boa of -the
In the v.r 177ft. a barkwuuda' .true-!
tura, ch.Utened In l ort, aftrr iu I
tounder, arte iu the ;;.lerue o Ken-j ,;JII "e e",erT1 "" V"n . L.te oyer hu apj ronehh.i- n.u.
tmky, ai.d within in.:e of the preaei.t '" "f B'kowU Kil'a viit to L-pinV -Tlwy-H c,uie t.i nifht," tried IJa.k
town of Stajionl in Lincoln county. Vot I lrt.lle rtronggate oued topermit the . W1H. i;iti pl?;lljt tjirol,Kh a crevice Ih..-
long time the IndUria oid not oiler mo- of 1'ul k Kiiigliam. twnn t,e r, IM,n t!li, Hm Uened h!;v.
icatati o to the dating white.; tlrcamc I W,,re th" "I'"" 'f htilitie. it l.a.1 i ..Ir ,;.,,, vs i,,,,),,-, rll ,c
often to the fort, ai.d l ie -Uler thought
tbey had uxv It-I iu iwuring the lat
ing friendship of lU. t 1 men.
' jw and then the) heard of the Mr'
niw of the Involution, and what wae
treir aurpriae when they were inarmed
ly ue.'ugvr from BooiiNburuii;;h, that
force of Uriti-h and Indiana were ha
tcning to the work of pillage and oiaiwa
cre. The report uh not credited until con
firmation came, and then all ucceMry
preparations were made for tuhborn
"Here cornea Kit lliidueter," aaid a
youii pioueer, one evening, w the fenti
nel ajinilted a au'picioun looking iiu'.i
vidiial. I'd rather pot aee him here thi v
time; he don't wear an innix-ent liHik, liv
any moana, and I'd like to know how he
can tramp the wood without any arum."
"That's what puulea me, Iloger," an
swered tlie young man's romnion. "I
believe that that fellow ia in league i'ii
the reibkin. Ilail'ut you noticed how
free he made with Waurean the luM
time tlie Hhawnoe war-chief waa here ?
ml I caught him having a private inter
view with lioarer Tail iu tlie rear of Io
gan's cabin. We mut watih him c1om
ly, now that tlie Indiana have dug up the
hatch-.'t, and when my aiipk-iou of 1
treachery amount to a certainty, there
ill be a dead man hereabout."
The (ieaher'a lips closed tiimly over
the la.t woi J, and he dartod a sharp look
at the burly, bearded man who was ap
proaching. "Well, Kit, what of our red-, ki lined
.toes; he aeked with a faint smile.
"You're the only scout we have seeu for
two days, and, of course, there's dearth
of news from the outside world."
"I anticit no attack," returned
F kwoud Kit, as he was called confi
dently. "I am just from Boouosborougb,
and they had ub news there alwit the re
ported foray, "However," aud he uUueivl
around on the defeuoes, strengthened du
ring his absence, "it is well enough to be
prepared for any emergency. Hut you
may sleep without the dread of being
wakened by the BritUh mti'kct."
Having thus suoknn Kit Cbidwler
moved away, aud taught Coh.uel Isogan,
avha waa auperintoudiiig the eroctioii of
au additional block-house.
"When that man said lie w as just frou
Itoones borough, he lied," said Madt
Kinghaiu, turning to H-,-er Hullinek.
'He could not look uie in the eye whV
be aaid that; ha kuew he wo lying.
it my turn to go out iu too wood tu
night, aud, HalSuch, I waut you to watch
that man. Do you kuow what happrm
nu he waa here last?"
"Ut bad the audacity to ask Beatrice 1
Lindsay to become bu wife.
"And of course sht refutod it would
be likt mating thedova with the rulture.'
"Or tbt cariou crow," said Kingham.
"Hhe nfuml hint in plain word, and he'
went away muttering something hh li '
nil CiiuM nut iiti.lrp.lmi. I."
"His visit to the fort at llii time mean !
misolnel, snid linger, 'and ho it ant tin-
fellow to give up our Lone Dove tliu.
tamely. II will nuike desperate
struggle for her."
"Indeed, he will, Roger," returned
Mark, glancing at the suspected man.
"Will you he at Ihe gate to-night T
"Then, for (lisl's rake k'p your eves
"Never fear. If tlial rascal comes
Micaking up to me in the dark, I'll drop
To the pioneer twnin Chinttoplior t'hi-
deiU'r hail loii(f l)oen a upeotil cli inu--
t'T. He eneouiitrreil IxiTin'n parly in
me wii.iernnw, ami na i trui'l--l tno eni
igrnnt to the cpot where the f.,t had
wn n, HVI1 ,i OI1 fNTiiliir
teram with the Iiidinn, fiir he drought a
ninnher of prominent ehii Hi to the
,il,n' ""'' '" rI''-1"'"R t "''
KroumU. 1 he l)eniiiv,(.f IV ntriir Kind-
; , . .
hit at ouee attraete.1 hw attention, and
h ,r,,(1 irilt;:lt(, hilI1,.f illt hr
favor. S.viuit.;rly. to eome extent, he
Kuoeee.1.-.!, f .r the girl did not wih to ,
tran iforni into an enomy him who had
lent o willin r a bund in eonti ilmting to
their comfort. rlie knew that he would
a."k her to bii-onie hi. (vide, and at hil
the time came.
Ai Mark Kincrham enid, nho rcfueil
him in plain l-in:.ns!;e, jind he left hr
alone in the forest, mueli chagrined at
Ilia ueK-ai, :
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Iudiaiu calh'd Ikvtrin
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,ho V' "'p repul-ive hark-1
"'I"'" " haud-omMurk KIngham.
J"a )''' murmured Chi-1
b(l the -ene of hi.i defmt. ,
"l not going to be put off thiu by ll.a j
Piumi gin in ivei.iu. ay. J.o, no. i m ,
u m," u OI ,un ' " "" "'r""!.1'
J"' l"'''", IVatrire 1 iiidrsy, I'll iii.ur
vou 1 1 tl.- all. r t
mv I !re!n'ii lo-lire in
toa.Iol tliw in epitc
A' tUt r,i,llU Pf1 of '' ki c"l"
o n inrruMoui ui in njammo Upn ,o ,
throw several scouts into &e fori A everv !
r.ie.ht, fi r the purjaise of spying Uie vi- (
cinityof the fort, aud to waru Us uunat.'s
of the approach of any fix. j
The young scout in question, upon this 1
imrtieu'lar uight, bent his teM. North-
urd towards the Kentucky. It a
chilly nifcht in the laiU r part of Fcoru-.
ary, 1770, and the buds Were hciuuing '
to hail the approach of spring. The win- j
tcr now almoKt ul an end, iiad brought j horizon to horizon upon the going dnwu
tich sulleriug to Iogau's l'ort; game . ,,f the son, was the tendenwt n.u-ic in Kit
had Iwn unu.ualiy scarce, and the buf j t'hi, Idler's ear", and the flashes of YiUt
fulo and deer hi.nter always hod the re- uing that rent the storm clou.ls were
lent low savage i; in his trail. The wolf pleasing to hi murderous eye. TrceTitly
and panther roi..acd the fortvt iu a halt-, the storm burst iinm Logan's Fort, anil it
fami'hed condi i-n, and ill uttiicking the ; wiw as the traitor had prophc. -il, ti.e
.'! armed settlor or Indian brave. j "Mh.l.Ut storm" that ever bnr.-t ahove
Hails!" inutU-rcdM.uk Kii;!iaui, , ti,e devoted statiou. Willi it rame the
as (lie long howl i f ti e h.ilf-darved wolf hurrkane, and the continual ciii.li, era: h
ratmed him to hault on the bank of a
stream tliut de' ouchcd into tho LUtoric
Kenlitcky. "The wolf is aftor roineiiu.ly,
and, by my soul, he's bribing em (Iks
way! If au Indian, I'll drop him ; if a j
white no, it can't l a white mini, for
he'd run another way towards Loan's '
As he muttered Ihe last word, lie j
walked some distance from the stream, !
and slaliouisl himself Is hind a giant
He was in the edge of the forest, and
the moon sailing leuiihnaid. Hooded his
surrounding's in a mellow light.
The ells of the wolves increased in
number and distictness, and ut hngth
the scout Leurd tho rapid tread of thoir . nd Imliuns are con.i., and will l.c here
victim, lie seemed to have lsut all hi 'cro long. Must I i.io heref Vou'ro a
energiiw to the tusk of r aching a curtain , hard henrtisl man ! " I
point, and be ran likeor.e not in Ihe hast flint last wonl had the desired edict; '
fatigued. the ntry unr-nrred 'he gate and oK-ncd ,
"imhereheiomMj'exclaimedMark'it enough tu admit of the cgresw of a
Kinghaui, as a giant fora lHmed up be-1 man.
tween him and tlie liht horiion, I ryoud Hut the next mor lent an Indian rushed
the edge of the timber. "It isn't an In-1 pai him, and ! ' i- he could eollcehis'
dian, and who can it he? Faster, faster senses 1 ho yard -M .nnid with hhawnees j
fellow, or the wild dogs tvill eutch you !" j and reiki, -.ill s.
The kwit caiuly cocked Lis li.lo, and; AVvo li.e roar ot the storm rose the
kept his eye fastened upon the hunted death yell, uud Ihe scout who ('js lied the j
mun. who can.i) dii'ecllv towards him. ! gate li 11 dead as he burml it again. Tl.o 1
All at once Mark perceived tluit the i
giant Is rc a boy iu his arms, mid a mill-1
ute afur tlii discovery, be stepped from
hit shelter, aud iirwuted his woaiion ul i
the Wolf pursued man. j
"Halt, Kit Chides-ler!"
The Titau utU'ies! a cry of ho, -or, and
tha youth droppexl from his nei vclss
grip, and hid himself behind a tree.
"Kit Cbidtsiter," continued tho scout, '
"you're engaged in pretty work, aud, I
were I to tbllow the promptings of lay i
heart, I'd drive a bullet through your
tend i i
Ho you were stealing Charlie, in-!
tcuding to force Beatrice to your arms
by ihreaUiuiug his life. But your plots
fwiU terminate now, 1 ou ve long beeu a
ipeetod man, Kit ('bidder, and at
inly wanted a proof of your treachery to
tha world of you. Tura your fact
STANTOUl), LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, KKIDAY, NOVEMDLII z lull
towards 'Isom's I".rt. We're going
Uric there now."
An ashy pallor overspread ll,o traitor's
face, ond form shook like tho a poi.'s
loaf. He obeved the commsnd, hoiuv-
rr, hut, If he iliit Mi, the rry of the
night hawk parted hi lip..
A second Inter he f It the mmzle of I lie
scent's rillc pressed i(j:lint hi head.
"Ileprat that signal, or make any
kind of suspicion noise or gesture, anil
I'll throw a streak of niooti. bine, inn
your head ! cried the determined scout.
"My fing.Tn itoh to prw tlio trii-rj
but I rwrvfl yon for the Imiii;- tiinnV
nooe at the fort."
The mention of the doom tint would
rolwl.ly ho meted out t'i him at the
liu -kwood-i htntion, railed the traitor to
i-iingo hefortf hU rival ami p.
1 r I U
life. Ho promised to Ty the oi,trv if
Mark would rvlcif him; hut lie talked,
it were, to a mun of fton?, f"r nluii
the front told him that lie tiiu-t ro to the
f rt or die in the fore-t, !.e i.!-ant it.
The hank fry n;-n wn not antwcnl
ami nt leoi-lh, in thegniy 'In h of dawn,
Iopini Fort npK;uvd iu r :;lit.
The anm-aranec of the Keout chti hi.i
lU),tive on the cd-e of the elearit wa,
c,..te with miiiL-hnl uliout- of tri.iiuoh
Hid Vi'LCranee, and when ti.e cat" flew
oH H a wore of infuriated :. r.ecrs rn '.ed
upon the giant, a though tiny would
t nr him x aiviner.1.
The eoDut roon learned ihe caue ef
their r. pi.
,..( ! ..r , .. I v. f TV ,..T' X
finch had h n fi ui, 1 at hi past, rial Ixd '
The parri.-on wan at onee;
iuvftigntion proved tl.iit!
i::u'kwixx a Kit ami I linilielini .-av wa
mining. The mv -I. ry of the paHiecia !
j., wa , ,IMV m,Ualt aj , p. v WH,
K,U, U( ,irow it.-.-If ujkmi the al-iuttor'.J
milr,( rr, tr!ti , llt. unoxpret-
vly h()VP ; ,;.,, 10 oi , j
rivai y v.ould have bwn ly.ul.dat
on.-e, I ! not v.her eoiin-, 1 prevuluO
p. ; ., L.,,, (Urlu!ed ;h,t the Ir.
e a calni av.d im; rr!:::! tri
a. tll(, fdluwingH.y waa M l tor il.al
j event. Tlie culprit wan trru; into
iatPH - jr one-roome.! ihin, thre to lucui-
;, t; ,t houi.d . inotllh, I'd l l, with
i in. in non. i,oi u ! v ii eoine 1111 me
.i i. .1...-H .it .... i
.? ,lM1l,t( if .li.I.. we them. Mo-!
j. .Jho fiit mad i.ihht,' mid !
ja p,iu' to i UM of ,aaUt j
old l.ij-ht ever created, Ah ! ye blood- i
thir-ty paid fucee, I'll Hvlp n lot o' you '
uT..re duwn, for they're comiug in such
uuBibcrs, that no u rt in Kentucky ism
The hoarse thunder that rolled from
of forest trees nddod to the fury of tlie
A il at once the guard at the gate heard
a noise outside.
"Who's there!" he inquired,
-Mo Jim Somcrville, badly ilmt.
pr tiod's li t Me in!"
The sentry hesitated; he knew that tlie
Indians hud obtained admittance into
fort. by dcvcplive practices, by dir.
and be f. nrtsl this was one of them, lint '
the plaintive tones auuliil like the semi's, '
who Was one of the forest spies for that
"Quick! let me iu!" plradol tho man ,
hgaiu. "I'm dyii,,; now, and I'vegot
ifo in tho fort, "'hick! tho ll.itlsli
Iudiaiu sprang forward Ui reojs'ii i to
admit tlie rest of their I'm; but twenty
resolute piouwrs threw thenis U u U foro
the portals and prcvciiUd tho act. Th
brave w ho gnii.cd aduii iou into the
fort out iiuniU-pd its il fenders; but the
pioneers fought wiih tliat drU'i niiiialinu
so charactorislic of our euUy scalers,
uud what they lacked in uumbcis they
puNK-ssud iu liwoi.iii. J
The children werifthnisi into the block j
bouse, and the women sliowxl t.u.r
courage by joining their l.usbt nls aud;
luolhers iu the fight for life. Several of
the cabint hail beru rlred by the tuvagee,
. and the scene was appalling beyond dot-
Tha traitor's guards left hit prison to
aid their eomrados, aud w ith a mighty
: effort, tbt reuegade gained hit freedom.
lie snatched a rille from Uehnnds of
lair-linircil l'V whom l.r sl-w, anl Ivcnino
a lien ngain-t t!.! srftlers.
"Torre she i!" he eri''J, as he raught
if;!it of Ilcatrico Lindsay, fl -!iting in
the lilit of a burninj cabin. "Now,
my Kniturkr tigress, ynu are mine!''
Ho darted f. rward, sralterinp death on
cither side as he went, and fla-hed among
the furious band of red demons who con-
tciutcil ajriinst the heroic lit lie party of
fiontier Woi.ien. , ..
H'fdtd by tho traitor, the savages
closed around the Kiwrtan woman, and
the burly hand of Hardwoods Kit shot
f'urwanl tog'arp the Lonel'ive, for whom
he bal risk'il I.i jTe. Flie shrank funn
hi ii, l.!- i:ii the determined woid "i.ev-
T ! " and her rifle I'l w to her should- r.
He saw 1;is p' ill, and with u ti er like
pring tried to aveitit. Jlut J.'aiiice
l.ir. I'y a too qnik for him ; her lin
ger presf-ed ti e trigger. Hi hit Imid torch
ed tlio Urr. l . f hor-Wenpon, ai.d w ith a
shrirk the viiiiun ptapi;rrcd Laik with a
hull' t in hi- brain !
At his fi.Il the Indiana wavcrcl.
"l'orwnr cridl Ucatricc, and upon
the red fie the heroic Woiik n I l-1, .1.
Tie hhawnces rouM w-t r-' t the ava
lanche, Vihiolfrlc pair flrng upon - them
They ii d to !ho fate, there lo meet its
rt- i'h. s guards. The Jianic l ad t.kea
n.tiee pTefionof their heart ', r.nd tl.iir
duh ful cries for quarter r.nclMnl their
bn thren, ttrtig'gling with Loan an.l a
few hcriK's. Wixni the rout 1 efimo gen-r-i-
,ho,.r, tire Iadlarn and
their white allies, dropped before their
Ileatriee l.ind ny lied gained the victo
ry, anl with the defmt of iheir liicnils
in the fort, the red men without the wall,
Compared to the fiercer:?, s r.d inture
"liie r. nlact the !or. of th" whiles v.a.'
-i. in.! ;V.i,d for a lu'gtiino n'ttr li e 1s t
tlc, Lrj'iinV l'ort ei'ioyid p lire. True,
:he sav. f rs tr.ine near; but li.cy revtr
ventnnd lo B.'.atk, f..r tl::-y l.ad i.'.il.i' c.l
a siipcr-l'li us dvi-a,' t in L.'ine D.ve,
whom they row t..iled Lalawawa, or
"the woman that V1!f.""
TXe l-y after tlw battle. tl Im'r.'
were ptrui. 4 lo curry i;.:rff.rTia,;
hut they c:'Livl the laoiy of i". .; '.. v. u.. ds
Ki!, laying t!i-V' J n-'" advice, tlity Ud
r.ttaCrd tha fert, and, that, n -he hnd
cm i d them to lo-e so ninny br.ivc.tl.ey
wisuld not own bij ccrpre.
He could not wait fur tho fttuuk, m.d
then e.re 1.1.J itoJen Cbarhy Idndiy,
Loping tlie sooner to get Ixnlii.e into
h'.s i.nv.er. He knew her utl. rl.i.iu.t to
bi-r only brother, and, after ceii . ying
( Imrlie to tho Iudinns, he intendrd to
force tho heroic girl to cheese L .ween
tv.o dreuilfUl nltemative either to Le
eouie his wife, or have the heai!Ii body
of her brother torrid over the pullsade
some nilit. - -
His cnimine, his judgement of human
nature, told hint hnw Beatrice Wouhl
. -- . .
divule. ; f
T.iit Mark Kwghajn hcrl -Uif!el hi?
plrno, and the litle of ti.e Luao l'ove,
!io-e life he wji;!- wrcs!;, fmUl.ed the
Ci'rci r of Jiui i:v,'0i.ds Kit."
AiKi while lie la-y lul.uriiil in the f.r
est, 1m trice becama tlie bride cf Mali.
l aof.il KcUKch..: I Arl'.clf.
Ammonia, or, asit is geuci..liy callwl,
spiiita of hart horn, is a powen'ul alkali,
and di-o!ves gre: w r.nd iiirt illi great
(osc. It liio) lat.ly liee'U 1 .vi'iiiairr. I I
v. ry highly for domestic purj l'er
w.i-hing paint put a taMe-fjioonf.il in u
ijuart of hot Wilier, dip in a I'.aiuiel cloth.
and then wipe oil the wood w. rk;
scriihliins will be ncce?arv. Foi taking
gre:iso spoU from any fabric, n o aoiiii.
nia, nearly pure, and then luy wliite hlot
ting paper over the spot, nn I iron i'. light
ly. In washing laea put aloLt twelve
drop in a pint of warm :-ud. To clean
silver, mix two i:i jiooiifiils of nmiuona
in a qnnrt of hot suds. Put in your sil
ver ware and wash, using au old nail
brush or tocth-hrusli for the purpose.
For cleaning hair-brushes, etc., simply
rh..k) the bru-lied up and down in a mi'i-
ture of .! tuhle-snoonful of a:unioni:i lo
ore iai of hot Water, and stai d li
the wind or in a ho. olneo to dry.
.1 1U i
washing .lnger-niaiks Horn looking-g.
or windows put u lewdmps :
on t moist rag, and make ot,
a' ait it. If you ui. li your h ut. -plants
to flourish, put a few drops of the spirits
in every pint of wutcfl u-e.1 in watering.
. teaspmiiifii! will add much to the re
fiehiii elfts-U . f tho bath. !oi'iiiig is
better than ammonia water for el.a:;.-!. c
tlie hair. In every o.io rinse "If l!ie i,,!
mo.iia with clean water. To which we
would ouly add, tliat, for rciuovh i
spits, a mixture of espial avf!.- ot aio
monia and aletdiol is latrter than alcohol
alone; and for taking out red stains pro
dmx d by strong ui'i.l.s in blue uu I black
vlotliM, there L uothiiig butler than am
monia. If possible inuke arningnueuU to keen
all I ho sheep under shelter tbt coiui.ig
winter. And iu the construction of sl ds Kausut court has decided thutw lwua
keep away f.uni low, wet ground. If while man matriot a squaw alter the lu
ll ft too choose fur theuuelvot, they sunk diau tud.iou the same ia kal ami biud
that wbitk it high add dry. - 1 iug upon lb husband.
Tle vi let fv. lie !, I p
V ni'rtlli l! s hie !in - rt'.slnfr
The eHs!: lln-1- 1 iV,,t niih rnsy sleep.
Anil dii.ij li'l line ! r pi injr.
The sweet rr'l lip. Ik Id iiulf ort-
HniiTrs eosiinff sr.tl rrlnntc i;;
(iod Mr" and h-en '.tt little heart,
Vfilliin tlie wliile lre.isl Is-otin,
A. Iiaii slcs ps,
Tlie linr, restless. Ixi-y fci t
Lie dill in n.ioU n st! 'iff
Tlie 'linin-r arui, full, liitr, snd sweel,
Vnn the tijlnw is-.tli.c;
(Inre na! tl.o but 1 -f n i-e r.r.d glnre
Hsrdi rA (noWr .sen: ing
And let iXe soft svect SMcne-r sir
Y'MlTff-uy llio.isli i.ls tt;, n ine,
( A Inl T "ir ;si.
An I tift-an'I lirss h'lrrj-'m on,
1 h.-ir f .oi.ul n. sb-. ; wvi .
And II Vven i --! s; d II. .-en Is won,
A nf! J-. . )o8' . to si i vini; ;
Tlie stir. .1. r e slr.r '-r illc.,
And Iri) l,:S irltil-rilV i'nry
V't.I!c st'.Il T?iy rtsiliim's -iutt eves
Krpenls (ike saaie ( .J stiry
T lint Imhy slee;n.
I sit a..d mire, si.ile v, I n;i.ea
Tii future yr-f Hireing,
I te'nll Ihst pills of h.ve iif-f! ";ae
Tl.-.'ir h'sid- li h?::ils .e h.iiednji;
V i...t ji :!, the l.ule fs, i. ay i. 1
4Vli:t, work li'.c linads Hha.'l'nc
V.T.al rr ivu a-..- .lis r, v d trli y'. hf'jj
AVhen hesrt nr.d 1011!, 1 1 lini;,
o h-iiffMr ship.
Ah! He Lm msnv a fuiiv t.ienic,
Krei.l her swwt Hps llliriihloe?
And life has n-nev a g -' h'n 'o-;im,
That soriio ford lx:i:t 1 hnldin-;
Ptul lesies., Kiiel its lieiMe i!i:u ii.se,
In littht m.d beaut? tiluialiug,
Ti shine hofore s reothers eves,
Aliove the cradle bending,
V.'hile hahy ,lws.
Kit'pe on Tuttst.
I had joine .-nije on a toi-t iu 1'liil. I
saw on a bill ( f f re :
"s.vtrn os toait, Ct cknth."
Sr.ii e on t m-t would be rlrutKt too
he 'riy fr:od to feed jicnple on who hid
j l .vii Cmttng on a rr.ft three wei ks, f ed-
iug on t.M hcv.t leg', fi.iys I to ,I.o wait r,
!"(ivo me foine snipeen tni:it." By-und-I
y litf caino in and put down some ton-t,
I and I ks'pt on rer.d'i sj what 1111 nluiiglity
I e.-.':ry fwnl was, nr.J wlmt a en s,1,
j villain urcvljy wa, and what a r:
1 i:.s set e'esy one ia who is running fo.
rlire; and 1 tat there nn Iniir. Then
I r.it"; the gong.
av.s I, "Whare
The waiter entered, and j
111 ti.e tliuniler is mv
?ny-i he, "Taey've been on the tabic
K.ys I, 'I didn't order plain toaut; I
want a snipe on it.'
Says ho, 'There is a siiipe on it.'
Then I drew close .up to the table, niu!
I saw ft little Mack speck on the, toast,
and says I, 'You'll swrr.r that it is a
Says he, 'Yes.'
i-iiya I, 'You'd iurUe a good linen buy
or, you would.'
Kays he, 'It's a snii on J.-t anyhow.'
t-'nys I, 'How did it get ..11?'
Pays he, 'That Enipo in all right. It's
a full si.vd onr-, too.'
Su I, '1 am j-Ia 1 of it. I'm pi ad
vou 'old 1110 th -'.'s .1 f-ll flej rnijy. for
do ' oil ki. y oimg m:'.n, when I sat
there reading 1 mv h blark sp.,t o'i that
toa t, but I tick it i r a fly, and I'm
ghil to be informed it's a snipe a full
sued snips. Io-,v you can take ,ae snip
r.w.iv r.ie! brin ' lie a turkey on
and darn it! 1 want a full s-iz d turkey,
I ain't hankering after snipe since that
episode. 1 i wear I could have
.nl.l h iva lit.iun
1UI1I liae kiowb
that snipe ihrout;'i n put.y bl iw -r with
out burtin; the sninoor the putty blower
viiner. riiij"! wn ...... . . i - j ...j e,H'"vi
hut it's a mean gnnic.
Cidor aud stciwed suipe is ripe
V U-I.-foriiii-s! I.udlca.
How mi;rh mora iutelligeut aud fa ci
niiting the mnjorityof young ludies would
V', were they to give a littlo moro ntten
t'oil to uewspuper reading. Wo do not
mean tho t! t-h iwers of the dav, he h
urn HiUd with matUr which, if it does
no luirni, can certainly d no gissl, but
i t0 1'
pent--thofii wlii.h itiuko li fit-
with pre cut ch.iraetor und im-
' provmnenti of the age. It U w. II
1 1.. I, ....... ii,; ... it,,. Id's !.l.i..r.
" ' '"' 'o . '
I I.. i !i ! , ill. Ih.i ,.,'ivsj.iir un hue.. Sitii.ilv
I '"v I 1
''ideal, l.very joiing lai'v c.iouhl have
uu mtell.rnt opinion ou the men. I, men
tal, jKilitical, and religions subject ot
tlio Umu. Tlio bet und only way to
find this, is lo read gis d newsiapMs.
Two pitusoN's w ho have eh i.uii each
other out of all the species with a ih-sign
to bo each other's mutual comfort nod en
tertainment have, iu the action, boiiu I
tlieuiselves to be good-humored, aifalile,
i- . r 7 . .t . ... 1 :..(, 1
u.i-i rot l, luii.in, imii.111. .-. j-..m.,
willi re kcI to chc'u oth r's fiaillies and
perfections, to ihe ( nd of their lives.
A K A. St is mun was "set bock Ihe
jlhcr day by a couple of squaw color
ing his house, whom ht had forgotten he
had married a few years ago on the plain.
What cht rs him up is
the fact that a
( t ai;MTiit:s of st it i:r..
W hj flrn pnl si I uit t '( heir f.stsiciiee.
A perf.x.Iy hrai.hy mind cannot con-
ceivah .w any other n bid ran eontein-
plato sui: i.lo. IVifrrt health ami , Ir"m "r""y year, ago, ami that
thouiit of death in anv shupe aro not ! " fcUB-r" criw, ,h' roT'1 '" hi" Popkct
eonp'iiL.l. When the mind broo li eon-1 A f,'w "e,'k, W he """" fp,,in the
liimalK- ond.a ii it is not la a hr ilihv I """ n ' "M f"un'l in the rn. us-
slate, whether or net it contemplates self;
do trtlelion. That unhealthy brisuling
is tlie route to suicide, and tho fancies to
which it gives rise on t'10 way am often
very cuiious. There is something gro
teqiif) in tlio careful preparation many
snirsles m-'.:o for leaving lin world gi arc
fully. There i a Mirt of glni tly humor
iu their farewi',1 which, v.hilo it may not
provoke a nolle at the time, leaves a sort
of mi 1 npr.1 ion of luiie pio on t.ic
meoinry. All cards r f -uiri-lo ore suc-cti-ful
robls-rirs, and the rohl er leaves
hlin-i lf coufeved in tlio bunds of socl
anil the law to -Ij w;;!i what thev like.
Tiie suictoi! robs mi-forluiie and time of
their lav. fill pi it tad mock at pui,i.-h-iiient
He thinks to : ii pc.nl t!ie h.ws of na
ture by dyii.j before hi time, and prob-
ui.iy rejoices white 111 tl.o act of proving
I . ..ir . .1 . .l
.U.nisei. an eN.vpt.on .no ...njon.y o.
particular pains to work up their cases
into sensations, nnd make ju-t enough
doubt and mystery to leave their iisoicn
ful stories intensely interesting. The
dilferent mono iu get. ing out of the
wo.IJ conceived br their ruiuils often
if directed toward some causo in life.
Tli'ir la t words, when they leave any,
are intended to make their friends feel
more mL-erable, and will ahovo all
tiling tlicy bid lived. This U au unfair
alvant ige to take of the living, and
somc'.iaies suggests that it might have
lieen the sole object of the suioi leto make
tlio world fnel bully.
rnicules ot u:.. rent natiffnaiities cx-l
hihit various methorl and traits. AiiKri-i
cans have a fancy .'or lunging, but t'icy I
oiieii sno'il; toe ireiic'i U'.ko
cither in the stomaeli or lure; '
!wli rather favor drown;, g: the Geruami
to ii 11 ; l !"y are too mo I seii-i.u oi a'
, ' . '
r.od furni-ih lajt v.icos of themout curiou-1
suicides on record.
There Li always something c".traopu.
f .:ry ab out a German's i-.k llnJ of 1k1;v
ing liimcif oat of the world. IIo tliowr
more djlib riition and active preparali'm
for the event, and ho usually nnvsi.
Ho look up 111 fa:!'ire a entirely inex
cusable, vih-n the thing can bo made so
sure. The Germain' have lately taken
the notion to go oif in pairs. W'e have
two late liiitalieei which rra c'iriom.
A fow week since two young I Jermans
" "n"U" """" '"e.,is.: le su,., ,
many newspaper comments. It is
supposed they were guilty ef robbery ir,
t'leirowu country, and fled to the world's
Iodine idace. Ijohdnn. Thev hnd I'ler .V '
ej 1 - a j
ey, and maile it fly in di
and a.l sort of ex. At len,tl. their
mon-y was sp?i.t, and 111 despeiat.,:! t.. y
i-liut tnein cUw ut) 1.1 a room, wi.u i.ie1
understanding ti. it th.y should l.ill e h
oilier, or lin t each should kill himself.
The propo-itioti so de-pcrr.Uly m ulj was
as d' sjierulcly carried out. l'i -tol shoLs
were heard in their nwrns; the door w.is
1.-..1 . i. .......
uniAi'U ojieii, oiiu 01 me jiiuupj ims-i n.u,
tllii I Mouun UL..U Oil lUU ins ir, noil uiu oiii-i
i i i .. .e. a .... -...1 .1 . ...l
d. The tostiinony of the
wounded man wis taken at the coroner's
"!'". "' S ' , . , .'.
nnd the findnig of the jury wa
: tbattlieileatl man Cftiie to liisiieitiii ny ma
haif L but h.it In woumUii associate wa
, , , , , .
ntvsjiorv tj the deed, the jieoulty of
which under Ung'i.-li law is death.
A c 'iiuU'i'part of this tragedy recently
bsppeiioj near Baltimore, and the vic
tims wvre also two young German.
Th y arrivesl in Ba'.timoio early in sn
(out, and had laivo. rolls of g. e; iilacks.
They wero lab iring under great nervous
excitement, aud give tin aiselves up to
r lib it exce-i es. From their inoveiiie.1.3
it wa suppoeeti th o ti.. l cooi .iiedai
robbery, uud detectives were set to watch
thciu. They Mated tli-'l they were br-titers,
and gave their names a It atid G.
Mullcr. Bei ij, huntod by ti e diea they
iA town ttiid were heard t no more un
til tiii lr biklie were found ill a wood
about two mile. from tho city. I'. (.
at first suppoisa I tlioy hal Is u munlerwl
for llw nioniy wlii :h they wero kao vn to
possess, but suiuequonl developments led
to tho belief that, driven to depe radon,
and brought to bay by the ;s.!he, they
dvlitautoly killed lie in el vc. or shot one
auet'ier. This is iiuuveloudv like the
Lj.u-1 n oiialr, tlio. only iliillreima being
lliai in one c;ue the snni.ient wiu cur-j
ried cot iu a crondid cit '. uud the other
' l'11; d. , '
built iiift.jK-e. ihe men wurevoun
wero su. Kvted of rohlk-ry and uf being
furtive fi uiu iu-tiiv. wero in.-sestii ul
con. idcrahle sums of lunncv, li
ived a du-'
holilto lifii. M.iieoiihre.l t ll
wert roljtHil or all ttiey Hail, ami wound
up a s'101 1 career by au agroe.ue-it to kill
The latur case was doemed a very sin -
gu'ur out iu llolliiuoro, tut It Isscoiuos
still more remarkable iu ootmcction wi b
tht similar out iu Lnudou.
A German uatutd Htaab furnishes au-
. . . . .
ntlier curious In-tinno of suicide. Ho
had been living for years with his rela
tives at Virginia City, Montana. It was
j knoW!"""t ""' l-rouglit a corJ witu
Ptn'W fr"m ,he ftfr A-
11 -ed the cord w hich he had carrieil for
many years evidently for the purpose of
taking his life, but had never talked of!
lostrnying himself, or explained to any
one whv he carried the cord.
Ii.n Hi. I'arl. ri'.lcr!.
We confess it do not understand why
it is that so many Democratic papera, in
1 giving an account of tho "situation,1
: h iui.l insist that we have been "shame
f ,1T .l..r...,l " U" t ....
J on a nhltfiirm tliat e.nitniiie.1 everv Deni.
ocratic principle that was nt all practica
ble, and upon a platform that contained
nothing anti Democratic. It is true we
sf lcctcd men that wero once against us
on is -lie's that nro dead ; but they were
with us on everything that had practical
vital tv. ieM just emerged irotn a
. torril)le civa war. ,lcss,)U.h ,lln
she wanted a chance to rejuiir lier broken
I fortunes; she wanted a chance to rocuper
j ute her last energies, and once more to
! pet upon her foot. To do this it was neo-
essary to give her some fiieudly h'gislav
jtion. Aud to do this it was though best
1 ij Srninm As-Ai'lliinr. lilra w-.litM.al ism.ii.
. uiHil nnA
to be acceptable to the great mass of
But it seems we were mistaken. Still
it was a movement instigated by a pure
patriotism, and those w ho cheerfully sups'
ported Greeley and Brown, can at least
have the Cinsolution of knowing that
tiiey did all they could for the restora
tion of peaee, reconcilli ition and good
.tove.nnier.L And wo believe those who
ui e carpi ,ig ahout an "ignominious Cul
urt," r.re ir.f.;ier.?od more by -wounded
,flrty p: ;,e t,un ,y any just view of the
r , , . , ,
I'i-i suppose wo had nominated a
. .. .
been roil, inifxl from every stump that
s.it; icuvu Tieie nriiiii uf gefc jhiw
session of t'ac Covernmc'it and the
v.-holo Nerth and West would have been
con .;Jitl sf-ainst us : Or euppnse it
h i 1 boon a Northern Democrat? The
cry of "copperhead" and "rels-1 sympa
thiser" would have been raised, and the
r.i-ult would have been but little differ
ent. Or suppose the nominee had been
ti Xorthern War Democrat ? Then those
Democrats who are so bitter against
Greeley, would hsve been driven to tlv
mAy of voting for a man who had j
,iU iW()rd .)mtpmX of Rgaiuit
We most peremptorily deny that the
Democratic party has been "sliamcfully
lefeatrd," or thnt it lis met with an "ig-
lionuiooiis iMilore " Toe rinst u itmvn
thj,.k ,i(h momuntt.u ntu..tin(, Uie gUy
riml, ,ruth t,i;U u m)t ,he
true measure of the justness oft
A ( kill Car?.
Tho local of the JVrrs Ilnule Journal
ha.' !i-eovcrcd a new cura for ague. Here
it li . To those uluicted wiih ague we
, ,-,,'t II- .1. ' U I
t T . . . . .
. fni-pionsf. Iolirh nt tho lilea ir voll lileuse.
J v...,...-i.s..,v, v...". ....m o
. . . , .. - . ' ' .
but do your crawling first ; you can then
aiTiid to laugh. Just as the chill is com-
i ii '. aturt at the top of a long flight
: . , , , ,
' of stairs, and crawl down on vour hands
, . , , . . v rl
and feet, hcnaioremost. I ou never did
; . . , . ... . .
iinioer nis iu juui lilt , niii w ncu i v
arrive at tlie bottom, insteed of slinking,
you will find yourself pu.'Mug, nsj iu tlie
face, an ! perspiring freely, from the
strong exertions made in ihecifort to sup
It will effect a cur: beyond a doubt,
but w hether from this cause or from that,
we wiil never tell you, uor need you rare
to kuow. Try it. It wou't cost you
near as much at quinine or pateut luodi
eines, and if it fails it will ouly do what
they do every day. If it cures as it
surely will lay the facts before our local
sci' iuLts, an I let thoiu dl-covi-r the
cau -a. At all events, ye slusking suffer-
ers, lay this in-mui to yojrheait, "crawl
imfdoi.n tuiirj h"ad foremost will cer
tainly prevent a chill."
Iloiuuuce M i:l rscver 1J.
H"re la the ground-work for a first
class novel. A blii J man waa crossing
Broadway the 1 iher dav, whm he "was
on the point of b- ii.grun ove'sewa reck-
Ii m caU-diiver, and at ti e risk f ber,.
own lite, aboautiful young lu ly ran toi'
and pilotnl the psr irna tol.
tlie pnv. ""-ot iu safety. A rich bar'it
1 1 ... -.i -..'..t.
lor si 100 11au.-as.tiMM, mi. m.wi--j
ht her out, was introduced, euurtvd,
propi.d, was aixs-pUsl, uad niarrbsl thai
heroine without lust of time. Vht tdeot !
. e .1 : 1.... L I tl. I
L . 1 -A.l tl J-..1
t - , -- -r--
"' tai'J'' "
viciiniy 01 t-.njcv-cro.nox., .
' soaiching fiir stray bliud aieu, and tbt
1 . .1 1 , . . 0 : c 1 e.a
;otnor OU tlieiooa-sn lor a iwa umbnus;
' for it would ht au awful borf if they
! sho Ud tat Lie tba old bi.ud maa and kvt
tbt bachelor now hart arouad. -
IIOI HLHOLD HKCEIPTH.
to Rinf)v oasuaa ntoatn.c
Take a lump of anagnosta, and rub It
wet over the ipot ; let it dry, then brush
all the powder off, and the spot will aV
apjiear ; or, take 1 Ttsiting eard, arparata
it, and rub thri.sptl nits the soft inter
nal part, and it will disappear without
inking tha glosa off tho silk.
Rid eot r.
Take four carrots, foor tnniipa, '
leeks, six onions, and a little root of para
ley. Cut them np In pismaefia ahapa
and aiie of dice, and ry then ia butter.
When well ecoked, add tha requisita
quantity of water for toup. Vow put
in with them four ounces ef rvo more
f required boil them all for one hour
and a half, until tha rice end other In-
gredience art sufficiently cooked, and
then add salt and corn pepper ft Ma
soning. Before sending ap thie dadi to
the table, care must be takea that thera
is not too much butter in the toop,
Butter ia composed of fat and little
albumen. When the temperature It
raised, the albumen acta aa Jerment,
and docoinposc the fat, converting it in
to an acid butyric. Th:j ia soluble in
water. No matter how rancid your but
ter, it may be made perfectly fresh and
sweet by washing.
RUMEftT FOB LO0l TKBTR.
When the front tenth become loose
without any apparent cau.'o, a diseased
state of the guau may be rusiMcted.
Sometime nay, ojh- tMSaymay
oe set nrm again oy w aiming out
mouth three or four rooming! running
with tinctureof myrrh, about a teaspoon-
ful in a third of a tumbler of water. The
following is also a good mouth wash;
Infusion of rosos.iiix ounces ; honey of
rotes, one ounce.
Uso potato-water for all colon and
kinds; grate some potatoes into cold
spring water, toy a large potato to every
quart of water, of which St or six will '
will do for a couple of dresses. If for
Tery light silk, pare the pototoes ; if any
way dnrk, merely wash them clean.
The pan must not be stirrod io- least .
la forty-eight hours i then very slowly,
and steadily pour off the clear liquor.bot
not a particle of the sediment, into an
open vessel a bath, or such like. Dip
the peicea of tilk into this liquid np and
down a few timet, without the least creae
iug thera ; then wipe them on a flat ta
ble with a clean towel, first one aide then
the other. It ia as well to hang each ana,
as dip::cd r.pon a line to allow tha dropa
to drain olfa little before wiping. Hava
a damp cloth to cover them ia 'till they
are done, then Iron one way on the toiled
iJe- It "tonishing to tea how nice s
dross looks done in this manner.
TO RCSTOKC CRAF-K.
When a drop of water fulls on black
crape veil or collar, it leave a conspici
out white mark. To obliterate this.
spread the crape on a table, laying on it
a large book or paperweight to keep it
steady, and place underneath the stain
piece of old block silk ; then with a largw
camel-hair brush dipped in common ink
paint over the stain, and afterward wipa
ofl the ink with a bit of old tilk. Tha
spot will immediately dry, and tha white
mark will be teen no more.
On Friday morning lost, about seven
o'clock, L. A. Siuidert, miller at C .It.
Coook's Crescent Mills in thit city, went
up to tlie fourth floor of the mill to oil
up tht machinery, which waa la aiotioQ .
at the time. By tome meant bit clothea
became entangled in the cog wheels and
winding him up to tht abaft, began tha
feurful work of death. Onct securely
fastened to tbt tliaft ht waa thrown
around with fearful rapidity. At ha
wont over hit foot aud legs wart tola and
luangfed by striking the. of, tht floor,
and tlia top of tha grain tlerator.
Hardly a bout in bit body was left un
broken, lit mutt btve madt over
hundred revolutions before tba accident
wot discovered and tbt machinery stop
ped. When aid went to him, one of tha
most fbarful ipeetaclc ever presented '
was witnessed. There hung a man, w bo
but a few aiemcnta before WA bit fellows
workmen below, now mangled and dying,
with hit flush, bones, aud blood strew n
aruuud bit fuel
Deceased lived in Paris, wbert hit wifa
aud child were at tht tiuit of tbt
dout. Jxiitgto 1'uptr. '
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