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E. O. DE WOLFE & CO., Proprietors
Let u ltave Faith thai Right makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as tee understand it. Abkahax Libcolx.
TFBMSTtco Dollars Per Annum
'XVIII NO XXXVIL.
F INDLA Y, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1S72.
WHOLE NUMBER 965
u. j. oe wLre.
.ndmky Street: Putt Door Boot of fttf Office.,
t One -py, one jrer
- 1 0
saai la ui anapa H material of u u
rle.aod havinr mDlovad aapertemoadana
ireful workmen, w are prepared to execute
-tiers lor every variety or mi'"ti
Pbirttvo wtiii nMi.nM anddimiateh
tie addition of Steam rower to oar eatabtiab-
teat affords as groat advantage over bk
anuy orooea in ue way m ww p. mna
jal work Uall wtu as ana mood -ruma.
ISMT PRKaBTTERIAN CHURCH .BMW . &.
B. fields, rhetor. Sanrioes every HaOtjaih at
10 o'clock. A- sfaad7o'elookj P. M. Baa
bath rJcbool U 'clock, A. M. Prayer Mast
ing 7 o'clock P. M., Tbaraday vamns Cor
ner or Main ana Maraia atresia.
w J.re(nenaator Jtenrioeaevery Bal.hat,n
at lux o'clock. A. it, aud 7 o'clock, 1J. M.
Ka emails tocuooi t o'clock,!'. M. Prayer Meet
ing 7 o eiock Thursday evening. Broadway,
aoutuoi Main-Croat street.
tET OVIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Eev.
Oliver aCsnaedy, Pastor. Services every Bab-1
mih at uiy, o'clock, A. Maod 7 o'clock, r.
M. oabuaui dcuooi a o'clock, P. M. prayer
Meeting 7 o clock Tnnraday evening,
dually street, west of Main street.
MULISH LUTHERAN CHURCH, Eev.
P. t. Hooper Pastor, tierricea every BeMiatb
at lihi o'clock, A. and 7 o'clock, P. Ms
MbbaUl ttebool at e'etook, A. M. Prayer
Aeeting T o'clock xnoreaay evening, uaw-
ford street westoi
.StTED BRETHREN I!T CHRIST. Bev.T.
J. Harbaagu.Pastor. Services every baobath
at lu o'clock, A. M and 7 o'clock, P. M., Haa
uatk8ebool at t o'clock, A. M. Prayer Meet
ing 7 o'clock Tburaday evening. Uorker of
Crawford and West streets.
tier. j. w. Awaerman.rastor Mrvioasoa
abbath at US o'clock, A. M- and 7 o'zloe,
r . js. Baooaui-scuooi at 2 r. at.
meetlDg every Taors day
evening at i
r. MICHAEL'S CATHOLICCHURCB,BY.
J. B. Youaa. Pastor, livery other rjabbeth.
rmtMassat so'doek, A.M- uignMassat
tu, A. M-Cateenism at 2, P. M. bervloes In
Knslish. Uerman and French. Mass every
morning at o'clock, A- M. West end ot
m sin-cross street.
RRMAN LUTI1KRAH lBt.'johM'i)CHURCH,
Uev. M. Buerkie, Pastor. Services every
JtUer Sabbath at 10 o'clock. A. M Sabbath
School at o'clock. A. M. stinglnc Society
7 o'clock Friday evening. Corner of West
and Front streets. ;
SVLIBH REFORMED (SL PouTm)CHUSCB,
other Salhalh at 16 o'clock. A. M. aatend.
of Main-Cross street. . . .
HUMAN REFORMED CHURCH. Bev. J. O.
aubl. Pastor. Services every other Saboatk
- o'clock, A. M. Sabbatn School at
H-tlock, A. M. Prayer Meeting at 7 o'clock
i Vedueaday evening.
East end of Main- j
V ANGELICAL O URCH. Bev. E. B
Crouse, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at
ium o'clock. A. M ana 7 o ciocjl. r.
Prayer maetiuK Wednesday evening. Han-
dusky street east of Main.
I HDL AT COUNCIL NO. SO Jt et & M.
Regular Convocation second Monday In eack .
nontli. Jaan Wilmos. T. L U. M- B. U.
BKAJtusLiBr,' Recorder. .
INDLA r CHAPTER. NO. S8, Jt A. M.
Regular Convocation, First Monday la each
month. B. F. Kihmou,H. P, 1. B. BkAkns
ui, hocreury. .
INDLA r LODGE NO. TU. W. A. M.
i. . 1 t'i . .a rkiHi
Wedneadavs in each uentn. M. a. rima-
so W MO. I. ixWoura, Secretary.
LAItCHARD LODGE, VO. VR.T. A A. M.
Ketmlsr CommunieaUon Second and Fourth
Wedneadays in. each month, B. F. JUm-
moms, W. M, F. W. Fraua, Sberetary.
OLD EH RULE ENCAMPMENT, SO. tt,
. ft. t. if. Stated meeting on the second
aud fourth Fridays of each month, 7 o'clock.
P. M In Odd f ellows- nan. u.u,riraas
C P, and 1. T. wisoksA, senoe.
AN COCK LODGE SO. 71, I. O. O. F.
-Mated meetings every Tnesday evenlnc ai
clock. P. M-. in Odd Fellow's nail. J. r.
BDkkKT,. N. U., J. C Powki-i-, Sec'y.
.artnra &na ATrlVU OI nails &l LUe I
S AAA IsVAawJf eV VslMVI
irtu Branch CB.C. UR.: a JO a m
Ea( Branch L. E. L. RRj llu p. m.
Branch C8.dc V. RIi-1-M P. M.
Leawai U ruach U iCAL.R tt IhM a. m.
Bum.. Portage. Mange and Bowline
Green Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
ft. Manehard, Houektomm and Swing's Corner
Tuesday and Saturday, at 1 p. m.
rUngtun, WMiamnownand DanJarkTaominJ
aud Saturday, at 1 D. ns.
Uaasatoaro, ifuuaa suwf Batoioa Tuesday
land Friua V. at S n. m.
iA Ridge, Ottawa, itoanoas, Bebnore and Oil-
kss Tuesday aud Friday, at 7 a. m.
enlon Mor. fannUa and PendUUtn Friday,
t is. m. . .
'cOumb ttnd ttags Center Wednesday and
Saturday, at ip a.
pea at 7 a. m. and dose at p. m.
Peruana imMin boxes must pay rent on the
ime within the nrstrten dayso teach quarter,
raarters commence Jan., April, July and Oct.
(Persons taking papers through the office
host pay the postage in advance, or they will
arivraiesorooMtaite: Paters published sev-
dudUUlBU6Q A lie HU1WW I1U V WW M I
n times a week. Xa eenU: s times, U cenU:
times. U senU : twice a week, ltt cents ; once
. week. cents: monthly, over ounces, s
Lents; t ounces and less, S cents.
jsrsisrscTes USM (aswrsesl la tkU
XtrMrUMstsI IAe ameer at Ma imisn
Attorneys at Law.
. ... . C, 41. BsBlB, .
ATTORNET AT LAW COLLECTION
Airent. Office is Cariin's Block, opeo-
L,i ,.. vitrt House. Snecial attenUon aiv-
LD to col lection in town and country. Loans
negotiated on la voranie terms.
J ABIES A. BOPE, '
s TTORNEY AT LAW.
rimce over W. L. Davis A Co.'s Store, Mala
Street, Fiadlay. imuo. tapr.ts, ii. 1
hubtuowi. a. r.ovan.
s TTORNEYS AT LAW, FiadUT, O. Will
77J7.r ".ild White Corner." first door Soutn of
r always be m hwmi.bis m mack wmw.
. ki-nnn Hmmud will sivs Drompt per
sonal alien uoa to all legal bmlnsss eatrosled
J ACB V. BVsULKT.
rrnRNEY ANDCOnNSELLOB AT LAW
A and Notary Public Will attend prompt
ly to all ousiuess m, ui, mv. .
rf 1 ir Kit ah -Jon alven to Colieotlons, Parti-
Uon lug of
1 v . n
ana uusiuas 111 i.uw
OFFICE on Main Street, East of ths Court
House, in room formerly oocuptea oy crown
mokoaji s.aaA.ram. Aaaoa a. aaArrka.
AVINU formed a eo-partnersblp for tos
practice or Law. wiu ns
Loeof Law, wlU praoUce in state
si States Courts, and will give
aud United States
aiumtlon to- ail business placed in
leir bands, umse in w naeiera suuca,
jay, Ohio. lmr-
" n. B. BUBMUT, "
. i-npvcv at I. AW and Claim Asent
A win nriji law instate and U.S. Courts
r.T7i uuad nrompUy to business intrusted to
his care. As Jusuosof the Peace will attend
r. . . r . . . . . . 1 1 km 1 1 1
ja. i. steiifuvir" r ""si iimii, v.
JSH1 AT- HAMLIM
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Notary Pnblle.
wUi praetiee la ail State and Federal
iMirts. OIBOS 111
Pauarson's Block. Corner
Stata am Hawitiwkv Wtresls.
f ABLINS A CO., BANKERS. Banking
I . u,.,,. in Hawson's Block. o. as. Main
Onet, Fiadlay, Ohio. Bankinf Maun from
la 11 o'clock. M and wlloi o'clock, P. M.
A eneral bankli'g bn illness dons. Interest on
h. r. Aoa. - -
Jobs A. Mkkcs, Cashier.
IN HENDERSON'S BLOCK, Flndlay, Oulo,
Sells Drafts on KngLand, Ireland, Germany,
aud all Diincinal dues of Europe, in sums to
suit purchasers, and Uoa reueral banking but
snupexcnsseia, g p QAOE AGO.
F I BWT NATIONAL BANK OF FISDLAT
a CTHORIZED CAPITA Ltl 00.000. Deabz-
Anated Depository of tbe United States
1. . 1 1 . Q . . IO .1 U.W- 1
to4 P.M. Diroalnrm: E. P. Jonas, W. H. Wheel-
ar. Henry Brown, J. H. Wilson, and Isaac lie vis
fc. P. Joasa, Pres't. . C K. Ni
Cigars and Tobacco.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEBSin
Cigars, Tobacco, Snun and Pipes. A
splendid stock of Fine Cut, Snort's Plus and I
Hiuokins Tobacco- A full line of Bale Goods I
eoustantiy on band. No. 75, Main Street.
Cigars and Tobacco. Hotels.
rlOBSER MAIN ANDCORT STREETS. A
U nret-clsss house in every particular.
Wm. Marvin Co. Proprietors, also, dealers
in Branales. Wines, liquors, Cigars, Bourbon
and Bye w aisaies, km.
SREWN1NDER. Proprietor. Corner Msia
. al MaJn-Oross Streets. Flndlay. Ohio.
The oentral location of this flense makes it
ti mrad. diirable place to slop at In Flndlay.
The tables are always supplied with the best I
Inthemarket. tiood stables and hostlers.
Boots and Shoes.
. M-. BEOICK
liUUM IK UUtjTH AND HHOEM, HUi
J aud Ckpa. CloUiina: IeaUer and Ptadlnga.
Naa.tr andwt Kwlii? Block Mala tMnx
Irs. . A. BWIKiaEie,
given to the treatment of Daloral tesl h
& ailed with sraid-loll. Un-full and all ear.
MallalacUon guaranteed in all eaaea. Uttlca
over WeUli'n tinoe tMora, Main aire at flndlay
Ohio. Oct. 4. 170.
OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL DEN
VJ tint, Cromley'a Block. AO operations
pertaining to Uie profession, carefully and
JIB. J. CAUL,
QEON DENTIST, having t
tveyeaa In Plndlay and vloliilty, will
teelA ta all the dllferent mtvUm. ' -
4 TeHb and Uums treated lnaaclautlncman-
reeui extracted wituout pain,
son's Blodcetor Hancock B
' Lai. M KTBEJt A CA,
TVEALEBS IN DRUOH. Htadonerv. Bchool
J.y Books, eta. 1'issi.i I pttons accurately eom
aoDDded at ail hours day or nighu PerfooUy
jrnisi gnsrsninsn, , voruer jaatn and
u uraaairaeu. -- .
1 J. J. WHEELEEAC, . -
TVEALEBS la Staple and Fancy Dry Ooods,
Uroceries. BooUand titior HlaaiMlOsas.
eie etc, Kos. Wand Bd, Mala tttreet, Flndlay,
j.a. uixmin. - t v.a.roa
J. S. BAIXEBTTUIK A CO-
DEAtKRH IN POBEIQN and DomesUe Dry
(ioods. Millinery iioods, Yankee r'ntlias.
waisstsouOAinirniHninsuuaas. Ju. iv. stain
' BlBIIEr, aVSTJaBM ACQ.
rpHE QB&AT CASH HOUSE, "Old Wnito
X Corner." br Court rfrrnan A eom n lets Drv
Uopds nxore. Clothing titore, Boos and Hhas
ouire, net ana cap Bture, siniiaery autre, t ur
Store, Carpet Store. The place wnere close
uuyarsouy. rouowtae crowd.
afATTEKMli efc WlKVEaJ,
EALER3 TS PB Y OOODS.MUllneryloode'
1 ladies' and Gent Furs. CloUiluc. Cur.
bU, Hats, Caps, etc, Nos. W and IM Mala SU
Dry Goods. Groceries.
T7-Hm. W! AXE AND RETAIL DEALERS
TT in tirocereis. Floor, Fish and a Ueneral
variety in the Urooary and Provision line
Good prices raid tar Butter. Eess. and Coun
froduce generally. East side of Main St
nm aoor nonn 01 uoit tiouse tuocc, nnaiay.
AprU 1 70-U.
Isaac da vis. skkbt a osuu
TITHOLESALE AND RETAIL CBOCEBS
TV and Commission Merchants and laisliws
Floor, Salt, Fish, Wooden and Willow Ware
corner 01 stain ana nsnnnsry bsjoi
l DA via. J. W. DAVIS. M. I DSTWI1.U-
DAVU Bat. A CS) :
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OBOCKBS,
and dealers In Flenr. Pro vlsioaa. W enriwa
Willow and stone Ware,ConfecUonery, Frails.
Notions anA ceneral variet v.- Uoods at Whole
at Cleveland and Xoledo prices. Nos. 21
Z3, Main streac 1
Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware.
KCTIIMI7FF A COST.
TVEALEBS In Agricnltnral Implements. Iron
Nails, tilaas. Sash, Putty, Bent Work, Cut
lery, Rubber and Leather, Belting aud a full
nuuim will Mam
stock of Shelf iioods.
No. &, Swing's Btoek,
Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware. Physicians and Surgeons.
r. w. FUHnr. v. n
PY8ICIAN AND- SOBOfcON. OFFICE
In Ewinr's Block. overCrvstai Front Dni
Store. ResMeneeon East Hardin Street, id
noose fcastof Presbyterian Church.
noxi-it -i - - -
W. K. DKTWIUa
TTOMCEPATHIC PHTSICIANS A BUB-
CEONsV Mae and Residence Mala St
KMTKIaUJI ak MILXKJB.
PHYSICIANS A STJROEONS. Surgienland
Chconle eases deslrlnc to consuls Dm. Mm.
WU1 Dnd him ta the olDce on Wednes
and Siilanlaji from 10 o'clock a. m. to I
Tuesdays and Fridays at same hears. Om
room formerly occupied by .
r Dr. ntrljkieBW
SJSSOS HCKD. H. D. BAIXABD
TJHTSICIAN8 AND SURG KiNS, haying for
X med a partnership to practice Medicine and
eurgery win promptly attend to ail calls. 01-
over new a r-mageraxirug sure,
Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware. Physicians and Surgeons. Millinery.
t i JUtA. A. C. 1UM1I, -
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF THE LA
dies to ber fresh and desirabls stock of Mil
uoods, Hats, BoBsets aad Trimmings;
fact, a general assortment ot Ladles Fur
nishing Uuods of the latest styles, bought
tnetateaecune, and will be sold ateorrespoi
prices. Lannert's Block, East side Mala
riaaiay, OUlo. I April S, O-tf)
MISS JULIA A. PAKKEB,
ESIREStoosil attenUon to her stock of
Millinery Goods, Hsts, Bocssusud Trim,
as. which she is receivlns at w. H. A J. J
Ws Store, Mala Street, Flndlay. Ohio.
W.S.08BOU. . , ... L.A.BALDWUI
0BBI A BAUWU,
GENERAL PRODUCE 11 ERCHANTS, Deal
ers in Butter, Eggs, Lard, Feathers, Seeds,
Fralta. Beeswax. Pelts.
Prmiace of all deearlationa,
Ho v Lost; flow Restored.
raTW nt published, a aew edition o
ar. Csrl verweiPs Celeasmsea
J nnnmj on the radical cure ( with
bemisal Weakness, Invotuatary Seminal
isrviuti, Mental ana x-aysisei
Imnedlments to Marrlase. etc:
Consumption, FpiLarsT and Fits, In
by aU-indnlgeoce or sexual extrava-
aVPrlee, In a sealed envelope, only cents.
The celebrated author, la this admirable
amy, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
successful practice, that the alarming
eousequences oi self-abuse may bs radically
wiuivui uie aangerous ass 01 internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointlnaouta mode of cure at once simple.
certain, and efteclual, by means of which
suflerer, no matter what his condition
ue, may cure nimseu cneapiy, privately,
Tliis Lecture should be In the hands of
youth and every man In the land.
Bent, under seal. In a plain envelope, to any
Harass, ponpata on receipt 01 six cents, or two
U It. lt.lMM.ll'. 1 .J - n
eenta. Address the Pubilsliers,
CHAS. J. C KLINE A CO.,
IT7 Bowery, New York P.O. Box 48.
TO THE SUFFERING.
The Rev. William H. Norton, while residing
Brazil as a Missionary, discovered In that
of medicines, a remedy for Coksukf
nes, EckorcLA, Sobs Throat, Coughs,
OaA Asthma, b Vebvoco Wuhba
Tnisremady baa cured myself after all other
medicines had failed.
Wishing to benefit the iplfaring. I will send
recipe for preparing and using this reme
to all who desire it FREE OF CHARGrf.
Please send an envelope, with yonr name
address on it- Address,
, . Rev. WILLIAM H, NOBTON,
. 7 Broadway. New Tork City,
Thk Basis or Crm. Sociktt. Esssys for
Toong Men on the honor and happiness of
Marriage, and the evils and 'tv of Celib
with sanitary help for the attainment of
man's true position in life. Bent tree4nsealsd
anvelopea. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA.
TlON. Box P. Philadelphia, Pa. (aoy
NEW BOOK every ssr skeala stee
IN ACCIDENTS AND
A Uulde in the aliseuce ot Medical Assist
ance. Published with the approval of the
ish jaeuicei Auiuoruy.
The lollowinc are some ol its subierU
Bites, Bleeding, Broken Bones, Braises,
Burns, Choking, Cholera, Cold, Contusions,
:. uyseaiery, revers,
rrsctnres. Hanaina. n ursine. J
Scalds, Small-pox, Sprains, Sudocauoa, Sua
stroke, elsu. etc
us volume, written oy eminent rnya
clans, has been prepared for toe press by the
GOOD HEALTH MOKTHXT XAG-
nages, with 33
, SUicbed, ilJJb
Sold by all Booksellers, and asat by mall
pusiuBiu, on reoeipi 01 once, cy
no3fI PubUtker, HooUm.
. a hiikk At (JO UK.
ACADEMY OF MDIIC,
- (Cor. Main and Buckeye 8 Is. J .
nunc tauEUt in an its branehM. tu,i
Reflect upon your condition. If you would be
cuieu 01 we terriuie uaoit so areas
' ' acfcaylar, Bicb.
All exmuntuilcaUons stristly private.
Albert Parker & Co.
Highest Casta Price
WALNUT, AS h
- J r J
- t And all kinds of t
HARD WOOD LfllJBER
Office WiUi. "
il E. &L. BR. DEPOT.
The Second Term of this flourishin; Instita
Monday, Nov. 27, 1871,
Continue SIXTEEN JVEKS
It is th oblest of the Institntiear to DrovMa
the best means of obtaining a thorough and
raetlealeduoatloaforall who wish to attend.
leitner pains nor exDense have keen soared
to make the Institution all that tstson Is could
wishes a place for the education ortlielrelill-
area, iiw cameninm emucBeea, bssum the
niamm oraacnes, , - 4
Qreek, J Latlnr
No eatra ebam far anv branch ad vartlaed
In the curriculum.
TUITION For common branches, 6O0 per
woea; wi uiuner, sue ...
Oood board can he ohtained at rmm f? 2.1 ta
75 per week. Boom rent from -x to juc per
A Normal class will he formed each term
fcr thespeoiai instruction of those desiring tu
A Normal Term of six weeks Is Intended for
those whe cannot be In attendance full
term at any season of Uie year.
Particular attention will be given to the
Theory and Practice of leaching daring Uie
short session. . j
Mswlc sstsurhi in all Ua departtnsnts.
CALENDAR FOR 1871-1 -
Winter term iff1 , , 37,
ring term begins-
ormal term beatns .Juan 18.
For further intbnnatloa send for catalogue.
H. S. LlUK,
ADAMS A CO. would say to the citizens
MJ. omuyun auu viciuity ui.i.iiey iuveca
tabllsbed a Family Omeery in their midst,
and will keep Flour, Fish, Salt, and all kinds
uioceries. which will be sold at .
Thev will riav Flndlar d rices, in CASH, for
rroauce.oi ail cinos.
Cssb paid for Hides and Palta.
May 11, lsTO-U.
13. F. Toliiieoii,
Geceral Collecting Agtat,
OFFICE With Bhater Bros, Wheeler's Block,
WILL attend to all business entrusted to
bis ears, and make promptreturns. Re
fers bv permission to W. H. A J. J. Wheeler
Whlteley A Blackford, J. S. Patterson, S baler
Broa, H. Brown, D.CFlsker and many otn
WE would inform our old customers and
as sissy new ones as may favor us with
their netronage, tfcat we have removed our
shop to - -
Hyatt' Acir lfuildiiig!
Where thev will be accommodated at 'all
times with the best of Fresh Meals, at the
Lowest Market .races, lliausnil tor past
favors, we trust, by fair dealing, to merit an
Increase of patronage.
April , 1870 tf.
FUAIfK , KIaAJIEU
worms nfa vsiEitnA ifn thkpttb-
lie in aeneral that he has comDletelv fitted
Ms rooio, north of Davis tireea's, where
will constantly keep ths various kinds ol
FRESH MEATS at as Low Prices as they can
As lis buys non but the bast stock, bis cus
tomers may ba certain of obtaining first-class
To tlie Iiil3llc.
DAM SOUKS voald inform the public
that be is still enraged In "giving nt
seed in "givlns
a honor lain wit
who may choose to
custom. 1 ,
Parti culsrattentlon paid toco tuns, and neat
tasty flu warranted ba all eases. Terms ss
as elsewhere. Give me a call. Hender
sons Block, np-stalra, second door from tbe
Wood-Sawing Mac.Mnea, and
Horse Powers. ' - J ; '
TAlf NOW sf ANtTPACTURINa HORSE
BniDTos. adsntad to tha running oi
CIDER MILLS, WOOD ANX CIBCULAK
SAWS, and other purposes requiring similar
power. Call and see me before purchasing
elsewhere, at tbe "Jackson Foundry," near
letf-tf. jiqsba wutir
Sooed the moot popular work ever brf-iri rnfro-
THE GREAT CONFLAGRATION.
ITS PAST, PBBiEaT, A FI.TUUB. -
THK OBIGIN. PROGRESS AWD KEBULTB
or Tsui ukkat otiieTAuu um
With craphleseenes, laeMeals. and details-of
the disaster. Lisu of the principal Bankers,
Manufacturers, and Merchants who are loos
er. A complete .picture of Chicago before
and after the are. The Trade and Commerce
of Chicago. DeteUaof iu Munlslpal Affairs,
wiu uiwivw r iwwmm tne vroria.
TtlAfllBl It Mflf h. n T 1 . . ill.
description of the Wondsrful Water Works.
uescripuon 01 tne aeweragcpavlng and build
ing materials. Tbe extraordinary marvel ot
the Htverranning op stream, "rtie number,
location and mode of operating tbe Grain fcl
vators. History and (i seer i ation of the fa
mous Stock Yards. Tbe number of Railroads,
una ias i raue hb commerce.
1 From personal observaiions by
. Literary Editor Chicago Tribune,
JAMES XV. wtt-r- aua
ditor of Chicago Tribune.
A book Of S50 Maes. lUnstrated bv the hest
artists, and will be worthy of the confidence
of all. -
Price in extra Cloth and Gilt, CL50. Will be
sent bv small, en receipt of price.
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THE EARLY MORNING CALL.
Two little feet I iienr.
l'atterinit 011 the rloor
Two little eyeN there are
l'eeping llirotntli the oor
IlirtlH are piping iioruliiK K'H in
cautiously he movs uIoiik,
Lest lie wukes me.
Two little linn.ls I feci,
Betitilig on the spread
Two little ht-p lie tukus
O'er me on the bed
In Ills snow-uiille nl;lit cowu
Curelully he lays him ilowit,
Lest he wake me.
Two little lips ore kooii
Prewiui; my lips down.
Two little anus are there,
1 wining my neck round
Rojniislily his eyes meet mine
LkupuUtiiiig lie says 'lis time
He should wake uie.
MY DIAMOND RING.
WLen my uncle AUton, wLo was
an old b-ciit'lor, .it(i, i.e icit lis
property pretty cqusliy tiividej l,o-
twttn tiis live iit pliev.a and hiecca.
My btqucfit, Lontvcr, ba liting the
eldest aud Lis goiVjn, was the most
coiiBidL'rhb.'e; it consisted of a small
freehold i state ia Kent, and a uia-
1 Uis iin, viU:cU was ot men value
that it bad been estimated for legacy
duty at fire hundred pounds, had a
little history attached to it. It was
piestiiiod to tuy uncle by an Indian
rrj ih adiose physician he hud been
for ua iy yearn, fur having, on one
occasion, brought the rajih's favorite
son.sueccBxfully through a prere at
tack of the soiall-pcx.
Oallie return of the latter to Eng
land, some years alter wards, he dis
continued wearing the ring, for the
size and biilliancv of the stone were
so remarkable as invaiiably to attract
attention ; which, being a quiet, re
served man, was distasteful to him.
Liisidcs which, he very soon discov
ered that having on his person, ha
bitually, an article f eucli value,
was, in Ihis countrv, not futige tl.tr
unattended null tiarger, tu aitciupt
having been made oa one occasion
to walay acd rob him during one ot
the solitary ivt ning walks he was iu
the h libit ot taking.
He tlitrofoie decided to run 110
more liaks ol this chai&cter, and tor
safe keti.ii. ir i lactd the ling iu the
box containing his securUies deposit
ed with his banker, where it remained
for several ) eai s prior to hi decease.
With the c xeeplion, in tact, of my
self tiiid the elder of my two sisters,
not one of the family now living had
ever seen the ring, ami cvea our tic
ollection cl it had become V: gue and
indistinct during the 3 cars which had
elapsed biuce the time when, as chil
dren, we Lad &zrj with mingled
swo and aihuiihiii 11 upoa ''uncle's
big diamond." It was therefore wiih
some tlegite of tuiiooity lint I ex
amined my j.retioua tequtst. It was
really a lUHi.iGccnt sioue, and of the
purest water at Last si a fiiend
who urolese e9 to he a eonnoiobt ur in
such mnttt rs assured me, for I do
not pretend to lie a judge iii . sell.
Slid 1'. was ly iio means a useful leg
acy. All tbe oljectious wLich had
presented tin mselves to my uncle s
wenrirg the linf, applied wilh still
greater lorce to iny doing so. For
me, a city man, engage J in a burluees
bringing mo in some six or beven
Lund.cd per annum, to el i -pi ay on
my hand a diamond worth beily a
whole rear's income would obviously
absurd, acd quite inconsistent with
mj position in society.
1 could sell the ring. Iiue, I
could sell it; and I admit that the
ide lot doing bo preseLtud itself to
my mind more lhan once. Five hun
dred pounds, I argued, ut five per
cent. a rate ot' iuurest obtainable
from many of the safest iavestmeuU,
gives tweuty-five pounds per annum ;
small sum, it is (rue, but not alio
gethe: to be despised ; while to long
the money is locked np iu the ring
is absolutely unproductive. Wi.y,
thought, pursuing the Eutject, had
my uncle sold the stone when he hrst
returned to England, sixteen years
ago, tue sum Ue would nave ualized
from it would, at compound interest,
have more than doubled itself by this
Wilh lL:s ides, vet uppermost in
mind, I casually alluded, on one oc
casion, in lamuy conclave, to my in
tention of parting wilh the ring ; but
only to find that, by proposing to do
so, I had raiseel a hornet's nest about
my ear. Indignant protests met me
all bides My sister Mary, iu-
deed, grew quite angry, esyitig, that
"If poor, dear uncle had only ki.own
how little I, his favorite nephew,
(wilh a s&rcsstic emphasis on the
word favorite,) would have valued his
lagacy, he would have left it to some
member of the family who could have
better appreciated his kindness."
'loursel'.jxweJWHfe," I 6id.
'Yea, to rue, ' she replied ; "or to
Fanny, (lur younger tisicr), or
cousin James: or auy one, rallicr
tiisn to you wuo have shown si little
respect for his mtmiry." "Well!"
rrj ined, "but wh ti au I ti with
'Why, keep it until 3 ou gel mar
ried, to be sure," was the triumphant
reply. -You can have it made into
brooch tor your wile, it you do cot
care to weir 11 ouistl!.'
'Very hue," I said resignedly, for
felt that I was beaten.
I rlsce I the ling in a strong, iron-
bound plate chest, Licb I kept in
my sletpiug chamber and thuught to
have no more trouble about it ; but I
was mistaken. In less than a week
afterwards an <eintt was made by
burglars to enter the house, which
i ...... .... , i..i
mrOUgtl lUe actiuetl Ol lue DarKlng
ofadognext dcor attracting the at-
ention of a rolicercaa to the SnO.
. , . ' . . '. '
just in time to alarm them and Oblige
to abandon the undertaking.
uu investigating tuo matter me
fr.llna ir.o- dnr. I Innnd that llifi : or...
v" a, j y - - s-i
sip ot our berv&ma uaa spread tue
news all over II13 neighborhocd that
had recently become tbe po-teasor
a large diamond, the value o!
wbic'-i rumor bad greatly exagger
ated, and that to this circumstance
might doubtless attribute the fact
that the gentlemen who, to use Mrs.
Norton's jihrsse, "devote themselves
to such irregular adventures" as
housebreaking, fa orcd ns wilh their
Thinking it not improbable that
another attempt to enter the houre
might shortly be made, I deemed ed
vieable at once to prepare lor such a
contingency. I therefore benht,
that very day, a tire arid burglar
proof sale, ot the very be si. make.
and also purchased tne cf the ugliest
acd mc6t ferocious-looking bull-dcgs
ever saw in my life. That these
precautions wculd prove effectnsl I
had tvuy cocfidccce; acd, a few
weeks afterwards, I accepted, wiih
out Hesitation, an mvita rn to a
party at Norwood, which v-culd in
volve myself and fistera (the culy in
mates cl the bouse besides the ser-
vants) passing the night from horoe.
When we returned to town next day
1 was not a little surprised to hear
tuattue house had been broken into
the previous nigh the "fi-e and I ur
glsr proof sfe opened with appar-
foe greatest ease, aud the ring
I ..,.). 1 . . a ii . 1.11 3 L .
at.oi..at;ieii. a to tue nun uog,
uac, 10 uea tecinicil ptirase mucn
in vogue ia th p-dico courts, been
squared hy a cate offering
tn tr.e scape ot a laige p'.ee of liver,
1 . 1 ....... ... 1 .
easily i n nis uooiy, nan it not neen
tor wbat m'ght almost be termed
amiable weakness oa his part.
Un a chest of drawer in my bad
c .axber etood a small Jfpaneesecab
met, nfc lriom workmat s'jip, but
no greai vama. itiis attraj'.eu tue
attention of cur friend, who, as he
nirerwar::3 contesseet, tbouglit
would pleaee his little daughter,
He took it. and the taking of it was
his run. He Lad n utted the houso
in sa'e'.y am' was already a couple
hundred yarus from it, when he was
stopped by a poiicjman, whosa us
picions wero excited by seeing afchab -
hily dresco 1 man at so early an hour
it being between two and three
o'ebek ia the morning hurrying
raputiy tiirougu tuo etreeu with a
.... . . .
bulky parcel under his arm. The
robber was arrested, and searched,
and the ring found in one of his
Indue course tlia examination be
fore a magisuate took place ; and the
prisoner was couiuiit'etl lor trial at
the next as-size-', I beiog bound over
to prosecute. Ii the meantime the
ring remained in the hands ot ilia po
lice as tHual. In about six weeks
fifteiwards the trial came elf. I was
placed in the witness-box and testified
to the value of tbo stone snd the cir
cumstance8 under wbicii it hud been
stolen from me.
At the request of the foreman of
the j 11 r3' the ling was haaded to lam
for inspection. To my infinite sur
prise one of the pen lie-men in the
box after looking at it careful
ly for. lew moments, said quledyJ,
"This sione is not a diamond."
"Not a diamond! ' exclaimed the
judo. "Are u sure, fir, of what
you say ?' h added, rather sternly,
aildre.-tii:g tbe jury maa who had just
lVifccll.y, mv lurd,; was the le
y. ' I am a jeweller, aud I pasi
lively asetrl that the sloae in tliii
ring (holding it up as i.e sp; ke) is
not a diamond; although a pretty
Tha ether p3rsons in court, who
stated that tl.e-y were dealerein pre
cious stones, confirmed his state
ineut. All eyes ia the assembly were now
directed inquiringly upon me, and I
felt that I w as in danger of being re
garde.l as a species of imposter as a
man, in tact, who had pro
tetidtdtobe possessor of property.
and had been very justly, tlioiitrh
- j J J 5
unexpectedly cxpose.l. The clear,
gray eei of the judge, in particular,
were bent k'-ely and inquisitively
uptin my face, and I felt myself grow
ing very uncomfortable However,
assuming a coolness I was very lar
in fco iag, I quietly narrated tbe
lircuuistsuces under which the iin;
had been preaenteJ t ) my unule, an I
hsd consequently jusaed into iny
pob&eeion. U lien l coacluileii, 1
had ihe satisfaction of perceiving
that I ha 1 been successful in convinc
iny hsarera tint, it tin re
had been any deception in the
business, I, at Icibt, was no ty to
Tae trial tiieup.-oueeded.aLdresalt
of course, in the conviction of the
l.uiglar, who received a sentence of
five years penal servitude Before
tue court rose. However, ine lunge
directed the c filler of tbe police, in
wLose cus'.ody the ring had remained
prevous to the trial, to be placsd in
ie. witness box, when he underwent
searching examination as to- the
measures which had been taken lor
the sate keeping of the ring.
The polico eergeanl s testimony
was fully cjufirmed by that of other
membcfs of the force ; aud I could
not bat admit that apparently therd
were not the slightest grounds lor
suspecting that tlie ring had been
tampered with while in ttie hands ol
When and by whom the the original
stone bad been abstracted, for that
had been al'bli acted and the false
one substituted lor it, I was convinc
ed, I endeavored tor some time,
but in Ysiu, to ascertain ; some of my
friends, indeed, suggested that the
ring bad never contained a diamond
all. but was in the same condition
when ptciunted to my untie by the
But this theory was to my mind,
untenable; for in the first place, ni oat
Eastern princes are pretty goo.l judges
precious etocc3 ; and, in the bee
Old assuming that the rajah could
have been imposed upon, the risk
would bave been too great ; for tbe
discovery, at any time, tliat he had
been cheated, woul.i, in all probabili
ty, have cost the ollender his head.
No ! H was clear to me tnat tue
stone bu l I ten either changed at
some time by oae ct my uncle's na
tive servants, whilst he was in India,
orthatlho ring had been tampered
with during tlie many years it was at
his ban ke is. In the former case, of
cDurse,the loa3 wss irretrievable ; in
the latter, there was just a possibility
and no more, that I might discover
the thief. I therefore went at ence
my uncle's bankers, where, at ihe
very outset of my inquiries, I was
met by an assurance on the part ol
the manager that the ring had been
deposited in a safe to which no one
had access but himself.
To suspect a gentleman in I113 po
sition was, of course, quite out ot
the question, and it remained for me
but to resign myself to the loss ot
tLe diamci.d witii what, philcsophy I
Some sx mouths afterwards, how
ever, a little light was, icciileiitally,
thrown uim the subject, by the an
nouncemeut that the manager or the
back in ques'.ioa bad absconded, and
nt it ba-t been discovered that for
several jears past he had been in the
Labit ct tj plyirgsecuiitK8,lodged by
customers with the bank t; safe
keeping, to his own use. Under these
circumstances I was ablo to form a
pretty shrewd guesa as to the fate ot
my diamond ring.
.tuit iiati given no irctiuin wuaievcr;
thiel mig'it, ia fact, have got tf!
Miss Lydia S. Hell, who is now
acting United States Treasurer, in
the absence of the male cUief, was
once a Lowell factory girl, and was
contributor to the Lowell Offering
over the noui de plume of 'Adelaide.'
The Lowell Cowier sajs Miss Hall
has been a missionary to the Choc
taws, and in border ruffian days lived
Kansas where she was an owner ot
considerable real estate. Meeting
with some ruitfoitune in regard to
titles of property, she went to Wash
ington, and has niiea a clerkship in
tie Tieasury Department sihce.being
also engaged in studying iaw,in order
to enable her to eecure ber rights to
her property in Kansas, which fcbe
will no deebt do, and return to that
State, unless she gets into tbe Cabi
[From the Philadelphia Transcript.]
[From the Philadelphia Transcript.] MOTHER IN-LAWLESSNESS.
araled from mv wib. The latter is
not, be it understood, a consequence
. t. . f. s .s ..I
i:cve, ai me earnest stage 01 my in-
timacy with her daughter, sniff dis-
My name is Tubbs. and I am seD
oi tuo itrmcr ; lor aunougu l admit
at luom u a very euphonious
name, still it suits'me. and. aa far
I know, was always satisfactory
Augustine. Her mother did. I be
.. - ... .. .. -
1 aainiujly wnen it was pronounced.
but my good conduct and the steadi
ness of my devotion overcame her
objections, if she had anv. and Tubba.
1 by maternal consent, was added to
Augustine Clarissa. Xofthe causA
or oar separation grew np in the fam
ily. Could I have looked into futur
ltllty bad I foreseen but no matter,
Augustine is with her mother, and
as that old lady is up to the average
of mothers in law. she is verv like-
ly to stay there. I am fond of cats
Candidly, I detest them.
Mv consternation i s-i thirnr. k
ima2ied uen omin( hftmft na
evenirg, I saw.slumbcring serenely in
the lao of Autruaiine. n vnnnir anon.
imen nf thia anpoioa T m;i.n
test-,, mv mr.ihor.in i.,..
f j suvtuviiu-iun a vkavwiiicut
t0 the countrary notwithstanding I
represented, as glowingly as I was
anie, tne treachery of the animal, its
proneneas to dissipation and late
hours, and expressed it aa my anal
terable opinion that no well regulated
lamuy stiould tolerate one. liut no
1 wisneu to deprive iter or every
comfort;' and the inevitable moth
er, who was present, added that "I
was jealous ot the cat,1' I yielded.
Under my wife a care
prospereel. Its power for
rapidly matured. I'll say nothing
of its forays upon the milk jug. of
its sampling every article of tood be-
fore I partook of iL but -m at
once to tbe catastrophe that disola-
tedmv noma. Tub cat o-rAsr rtissn.
lute,.. I knew it wculd. Absent!
all ii, .,i , .
1, a .,: v " 1 1 j" y.
wui. wiuuictq uuud uu in
"L T! ?lt A1.?
v. .vuaiuvu vi us iiucrtv. uut
estrangement began here.
We slept, I was aroused suddenly.
Augustine exclaiming: "Thev are
murdering a child somewhere!' I
listened. It was a cat. A male cat
bneatli our window. I said so.
u nether our interesting feline had
luaiiB an engagement mat sue was
unable to keep, or that the gentle
man below was merely warbling his
taciiiuetii in utr. i cannot sav.
mere was a vigor in bis equalling
, , I
that suggested broken promise, and
nnisli tnat stamped his old oer-
foimer. His initial cote was terrific,
aud he rose by slow stages to a grand
eur that curdled tbe blood. A brick
would have been of incalcuable value.
proposition to Augustine to throw
it our cat to apneaae him turned
tears, and I abandoned the idea.
resolved to expend the water pitch-
er. i oe movement was arrested Dy
squaii so rasping, so denant, that
Augustine sunekea. lUe minstrel
joined by another L
cat. Tlwe wm a short fierce collo- a
quy-a noise I ke an engineer test -
iog the water in bis boiler, and, a
i.iiiuiiriiEii.i. t cooceiveu an Iliea.
had seen oh the stage the
ueiione or tne piece throw
io. ii uciwucu two rivals, ana crY-
in;; "forbear!" spoil a very pretty
"ght I acted on this. I tore her
ictim her nightly resting place the
cU8e or contention ouUide, and hur-
nea to tne winaow. Augustine di-
vmea my intention, and threw her-
"Ppn tier lavonte "Let go!
We both pulled. Augustine had
the tail. It was a strongly united
cne, and stood the pressure. An
idea, l let go the agitated quadrup-
ed, who immediately established the I
truthfulness of my previous assertion
corrugating her benefactress. An-
subline, clineincr convulsively to the
tail, furthered the execution. I am
here accused ot fiendish cruelty, of
regaining possession of the cat. and
throwing it, with a portion of Augns-1
tine attached, out of the window. I
those who khow me denial is un-
neccessary. Augustine threw her-
self into the maternal arms next
morning, whereupon tbe maternal
arms threw a bench at me. 1 have
ne my cooKing ever sincx l am
likely to do so. But I wish it dis
tinctly understood, that if, from the
deprivation of my society, the un
happy woman finds an early grave
is not I who did it. It's her moth
Letllis tinger of ecorn be point
at her. She can stand it. Per
sonal conversation will show that
slid can Blend anything. But thank
Heaven, the cat ia dead. I smile when
think of it.
Its history is briefly this. Romulus,
King of Rome, 733 years B. C, divi-
ded the year into ten months of 304 1
days This period was not a year,
though called so. A year is the time
required tor one revolution ot the
earth around the sun, which is 365
days, 5 hours, 43 minutes and 43 sec-
onds The year of Rcmnlus was,
therefore, a mere arbitrary division of
time, not corresponding with tbe mOr
tions ot the seasons, nor with the mo-
tions of the sun and earth. Numa
Pompilius, 713 years B. C, added
two months to the year, which was an
proacd to correctness. J ulius
Ciesar, 45 years B C, made the year
con.-i?t ot 365 days and G hours, and
ordained that every fourth year should
leap year. This arrangement,
which made the year a little too long. I
histe 1 until the lime of Pope Gregory
All., when the dirlerence between the
technical year and tbe solar or actual
year, amounted to 10 days. To cor-
rect this error, Gregory, A. D., 1582,
ordered that that the ten days be-
tween March 11th and 21st should be
omitted, so that in that vear, March
2Ut was tbe next day after March the
11th. To prevent lurther irregulari
ty. it was provided that the first year
a century should be made a leap
year, with the exception of the first
year of every fourth century. Thus
the years 1700 and 1800 were not
leap years, nor will the year 1900 be
such, but the year 2000 will be.
Docbtfui- The War Department,
addition to its weather-signal sys
tern, is about to establish an electric
social system of storm-signals in all
the larger cities ot the country, by
which every married man who is on
the magnetic belt can, by watching
the signals on the chimney top or
ridge board, tell iust the moment
when it will be safe ior Lira to leave
port (or champaign) for home. A
black flag flying will signify "cross as
bear typhoon approaching." A
white flag "everything is lovely;
she is asleep." A red flag, with
white centre "look out ior squalls ;
baby juet spanked ;" while a white flag
with red centre, indicates simply
"cautionary measures on the part ot
the 'old man,' " who can go home un
der full sail, but should reef his boots
and douse bis binnacle-lamp before
[From the Golden Age.]
STRONG MINDED WOMEN.
Their Husbands Historically Dissected
Their Husbands Historically Dissected-A Woman Writes up the Matter
for Theodore Tilton.
I The husbands of strong minded wo
etiiiy I men are of no consequence ; (or that
. . m
not be altogether out ot plac to gath
the er a lew tacts on this branch of natural
I matter tew nusbands are ; but at ttis
I age of minute and careful scientific
bvestisration. when nnthinc aeema no
tnval as to be unworthy the eocsiJer
ation of the uhilosoDliui mind, it mav
. . . 1 : 7
The i rooosition that a man and
I wife are one, and that ona the hns-
band, has beea disDuted bv some
heretics ot this generation, but it is
useless to denv the essential nnitv nf
tne married pair.
1 Observation proves that either the
husband and wite are one, and tnat
I one the husband, or that the husband
and wite are one, and that one the
Theories are one thin 2 and facts
another. Facts are stubborn thinca.
and men and women are stubborn
However much a mau may have
seeajed to be before marriage with a
strons-minded woman, from that fa-
tal hour the process of absorption
hegma, and never ceases till he diaap
pears utterly as an individual exist
ence. Ine case ot tne nusband of
Elisabeth Cady Stanton is an instance
of this sort, Mr. Stanton, before his
marriage, was a young man of fine
culture, a broad and liberal thinker, a
young orator for whom great fame
was predicted by all who knew mm,
and for some time it seemed that his
native powers were such as to enable
him to escape tne action ot the gen
C ,aw Dul tnere is no resisting tne
. v - . .
tor egjow Agrees tiie
P'ocesa ot absorption aa,Liriittie
bJ ,ltue 110 Banlt Irom lne Pu01ic
tiU he disappeared from sight alto
e"er as one ot tae editors ot tne
The. 'lU8banf .of L.ft0r,n.e ?ffe"
us anotner variety. 11. u. xiacaweu
, . 1 -
was never niuou oeiore uw semi-anion
Lucy Stone. Ue is less than
The husband of Paulina Wright
Davis ia another unimportant tact of
The husbana ot Mrs. Lavermore is
known only by tradition. There is a
myth to the effect that an innocent
and worthy clergyman, of that name,
and of the Univeralist persuasion, ones
married Mrs. Liverniore. Having
immortalized himself by this feat, he
retired from, the public gaze of the
i.,D;, i ,i..a;
stcyvs w dcuiuoiuu v uv uvujvwv vac
wa9 Tery proPer
The husband ot Julia Ward Howe
did not yield to his late without a
straggle. He made superhuman ef
forts to bring himselt up by prolan
thropy. He grasped at the Santo
Domingo Commission with the clutch
despair, but it was all in vain.
Destiny, in the shape of Mrs. Howe,
0 W IUUVU va als s aa a o
gpect the courage which deserved a
was too much lor him. L,el us re
The husbands of Victoria C. Wood
han have climbed the hill of notoriety
algl IUOIM V vv Xyva iito iiutuui sisusj rw aaw
nf Taoima an Tr Wrwwlhnll will
tnown t0 fame only by the annals
V,:- il0'a liirwrranhar flnlnnnl
Blood is doing his ineffectual best to
reUin bis individuality in the columns
IVlhU At dLitlro WteMu llw
.,iaJ ,n nrn;. Knf tia m"w roat.
assured that he cannot escape the
general fate of hia class
Susan B. Anthony has no husband
Thomrh stern, she is merciful Vari
on8 desperate and devoted men. en-
amored by her girlish charms, has
essayed to plunge headlong into the
maelstrom of matrimony ; but with
firm but gentle band she has withheld
them from the fatal leap, nobly re-
fusinir to accept the sacrifice.
This list of unimportant husbands
might be prolonged indefinitely, but
these are quite sufficient to prove the
truth of the general principal which I
have stated. I have spoken only of
the husbands of the most prominent
among the strong-minded women,
but should any doubter desire further
evidences, I need only leinforce my
position by bringing up the husbands
the lesser as well as tne larger
stars in the woman's right firmament.
One and all would prove that there1
no exceptions to tbe ceneral rule
[From the Atlantic Monthly.]
JEFFERSON'S EARLY HOME.
BY JAMES PARTON.
All the important circumstances
hia home comes to mind as we
brood over acattere I indications in
old and new Virginia books. We
see that giant ot a father, steadfast,
reserved, even austere, but not un
gentle, bnsy with official labors and
details of farm and barn during
the day. and in the tvening giving
his boy (his only son for many years)
lessons in book keeping and arilli
metic: two elder sisters, perhaps,
taking their turn at slate and pencil,
sitting with their mother, pljing
the needle; the lather, not unrre
quenlly, treating the group to a fa-
vorite paper trom the Si'SCTatob.
The morning scene, too, with the
mother and her servants, we can ia
fer with much probability from ties
cription of simular interiors preserv-
from that periods.
Deeply as Jefferson came to bate
slavery, clearly as he foretold the
rum enclosed in tne system, ne saw
only in its better aspects at his own
home. He saw bis father patently
drilling negroes, not long from their
native Africa, into carpenters, mill-
ere, wheelrights, shoemakers, and
farmers. He saw bis mother of a
morning in ner siuing roum, wuicu
was well furnished with contrivances
for facilitating labor, seated with her
daughters and her servants, like An-
dromache surrounded by her maid-
ene, ail busy with household tasks,
In such a busy, healthy home as
this, wita father, momer. two eiaer
sisters, four younger sisters, and a
liitle brother, Thomas Jefferson lived
his boyhood. He waa singularly
happy ia his eldest lister, Jane,
whose mind was akin to his owa.
She was his confident and campan-
ion, ana shared nw lasie ior me arcs.
particularly nis eariy love ior niusiu.
The family were all reared and bap
tised in the Cunrch or England, and
this sister greatly excelled in sing
ing the few fine old psalm-tunes
hicc then constituted the wncie
psalmody of the Prostestant world.
For a century, it is said, there were
but five tunes sung in the colonial
churches. By the fireside in the
winter eyei ng, and on the banks ot
the nver in the soft, summer twilight,
there were family singings, Jane Jef
ferson's melodious voice leading the
choir; to which was added, aa the
years went on, tha accompaniment of
her brother's violin.
Is tbe Elgin wa'ch factories, three
hundred of five hundred employees
are girls. These girls earn from ten
to twenty dollars a week, and per
form some of tbe delicate operations
incident to the business as skillfully
AN OLD STORY REVIVED AGAIN.
An entertaining article entitled
MTomy Weller'a Widows, appear.
in the Chester (Pa.) Jiepd0ean,
from which the tallowing is an ex
Another very coortable widow was
a young lady 01 Washington, Pa
She became engaged to a young maa
named Robert , inl$4G., Uer
father, however, objected to., this
match with one of his clerks,' and
when the young lady received a
tempting proposal from a wealthy
anitor, the paternal influence soon
effected a marriage, despite the for
mer engagement. In less than three
months her husband was killed by a
kick from a horse. Tiobert was a
second time taca a suitor, but de
layed the important question, until
fifteen months bad elapsed, when to
his horror, she informed him that she
was engaged. In three ' months
thereafter she was married. -Two
years elapsed, when . too married
couple removed to Syracuse, N. Y-,
where among the victims of the chol
era, when the pestilence swept that
city, the second died. Robert agva
sought her band, and when a year
had elapsed, was on the eve of dec
laration, when lo ! be received an in
vitation to her wedding. Her late
husband's business was lound in such
a state that, to avoid immense losses,
she married the surviving partner.
Shortly after, she removed with her
third husband to Detroit, Michigan
c few years elapsed, when herself and
husband were on a steamer that was
wrecked near Buffalo. The husband
perished, and the wife escaped solely
through the exertions' ot a friend
who was on board. Hia gallantry
inspired such sentiments in her
breast that the married ber brave
preserver a few months after ber
tic3 .widowhood. - The happy pair
removed u ailhurg where ber hus
band was eng jgeif "fM
siness. . -
Thiiher Hobert, still cherishing bis
first love, followed them. One day
aa be was passing the husband's store
he saw a terrible commotion. Rush
ing in, he beheld the mangled corpse
ot that gentleman on the floor. A
tierce of rice, in being hoisted to an
npper story, had fallen through the
traps, killing him instantly.. Anx
iously Robert inquired if any one had
been sent to inform bis wire, and was
tel 1 that the book-keeper had gone.
Robert etarted. ior Allegheny City,
where the deceased resided, at the top
of his speed. The book-keeper was
just ahead of htm, and, from past ex
perience, knowing tbe virtue of
prompt action, and apprehending
that the clerk had designs on the
widow, be rnn for dear life aide by
side. Tbe race continued nntil they
reached Hand street bridge, when the
clerk waa obliged to stop and pay
tolls, while a commuter, passed over
without stopping. Reaching the
house of the widow first, Robert told
the heart-rending news, and ' in the
same breath made a proposal of mar
riage. He was accepted.- True to
kav a-vasV i den at ftn aw W? a at s t m -sXI fSml r rV
uci piviuit7)siwi m j va va luiutuiu
she became his wife. As all husbands
had died wealthy, Hobert was com
fortably fixed, after all. This case is
remarkbU example of what pluck
aUU -IV V bl sAAslVV W si UV IVl ta U,
n.l nnvaauaronna will Hit taw a man
while at the same time it teaches a
lesion on the danger of delay. '
A DREADFUL FATE.
A terrible tale ot the fate of a Ger
man doctor, named Gunkell, a prac
tising physician in Lansing, Ia , comes
to us in the papers of that State
Finding he was sick, probably from,
smallpox, and away from home and
friends, be engaged a man to drive
him from McGregor to Elkader, where
he formerly bved. They had not pro
ceeded far before the doctor seemed
to think he waa being pursued. Seiz
ing tbe loose halters lying in tbe bug;
gy box, be lashed the dash board,
urging the driver to 'Iet the horses
go 'or God's sake; they are after
me-' Upening a large pocket knue.
he coolly informed the driver that his
life depended on fast driving and
silence. Tbe pool driver was forced
to the terrible conviction that he was
alone with a maniac at dead of night.
Obedience to the desperate man's
commands was the only alternative,
and with eyes straight ahead, he
drove for dear life to Harding's hotel
Bull's Head, six miles from Mo
Gregor. The driver here jumped
out, and asked the doctor to come in
and bave something to drink. En
raged at tha delay, the madman
threw out the robe, cushions, etc.,
and then got ort himself and tried to
awaken the .landlord. The driver;
intent on sav ing his life, hastily se
cured Lis robe and cushions, and put
ting whip to his horses, returned to
Mcuregor. Ihe doctor Jailed to
arouse the landlord, and starting out
alone, evidently tried to foot it to
Llkader. He was next seen at si a-
tional, ten miles from Elkader, crazy
and wild, but there were none hu
mane enough to relieve or bave him
cared for. Alone by the aide ot the
road he was seen the next day, some
nine miles lrom Elkader, by some of
its citizens, nearly all acquainted with
him. No one spoke to him or offered
to help biro, bnt all agree that he was
crazv. and that his face was very red. !
His friends were notified ot his cpndi
tion, but no effort was made to relieve
him- He was reported near Windsor
on Wednesday, farther west on Thurs
day, and r rid ay was found in a sink
hole, nearly naked, badly frozen, and
the snow red from the blood trom bis
lace that ha bad scratched and torn
his delirium. He was conveyed to
stable in Wagner township, Friday
evening. Saturday a physician from
Elkader was procured, who found
him dying from his exposure aud
smallpox. Daring the night he ex
pired, with none near bim, alone ia
the stable, away lrom mother, broth
ers, sisters and friends.
A LAWYER-LIKE ANSWER.
A prominent lawyer was hailed
hile passing a jewelery store, by
the proprietor, with: "General, come
in here a moment, we bave something
for you to solve.. It a man brings
bis watch to be fixed, audit cost me
ten cents to do i and I keep it a
week, f ni charge him six dollars,
what per cent, do I make? We
have been figuring and make it 900
per i ent, and bave only got up to
one dollar. How much do you say it
would be at six dollars? 'replied tbe
general, "I do not wonder at your
perplexity, for it is well known, and
tie celebrated Babbage calculating
machine has demonstrated.thatat cer
tain points in progressive numbers
the law governing them changes. In
this case the law wonld change, and
long before it would reach the six
dollars it would run out of per cent,
and into what is known as larceny."
It is not generally known that the
leaves of a geranium are an exoellent
application tor cuts, wnere me sain is
rubbed off, and other wounds of that
kind. One or two leaves must be
bruised and applied to the part, and
the wound will be cicatried in a short
BEATING BRAINS INTO HIS HEAD.
Th.e Hon. ThnrW Weed tells the
toUowiDg'' incident which occurred
while he was serving Us "devils'iip
Our education np to the time wa en
tered a printing orficei, had been a good
deal neglected. Five- months' drill
ing in "Webster's Spelling Book, the
'knghsh Reader," and the wen re
membered book of books, whose pre
cious teachings were not wholly lost,
the "Beaatiea of tbe Bible,' . with
what could be picked np during inters
vals from labor ia tbe sloop's torocos-
tle, in a "sugar bush," an l in
Miekle's furnace." made np the sum
of knowledge tnat, at the age of four
teen, wa took : into the Zytx effiee.
When, therefore, a tew months after
our apprenticesai cornmeneeu, we
were entrusted with manuscript copy,
we foUagenss ot intellectual educa
tion. One Ujia;t as tne Ayce wast
going to press, tayi nbituary was
handed in. 1 lme passed. v e toos
it in hand- It read thus : .
Died In this village to-day, Catha
rine, consort of Rev. Derick C Land-
ing, and daughter ot the i.ev. Ur.
Alexander, aged 30 years.
"The word "consort was a poser.
We had not before encountered it,
nor did it convey to oor type-setting-
intellect any . sensible idea. And in
the hurry, venturing upon a correc
tion, for the word consort we substi
tuted comfort, a word which, to our
mind, bad sense aed meaning. The
four lines were emptied from the stick
into the form, which was locked up
and placed upon the press. Mr. Fay
rolled np his sleeves to "palI.', and
ours were rolled up to "beat " The
first impression was seized by a neigh
boring shoemaker, who, taking it to
his bench, turned bis eye first to the
obituary column, and then rushed
bacK, paper in band, pointing omin
ously to the obituary. Mr. Fay took '
one look, andeizing tbe "sbeepfoot,"
he threw it our head, exclaiming with
a nerce expieuve, ua i wimm
some brains into our head.' We
have lwersegn tb word "consort
since, withontSJmterinS ith
shudder, how nearly tE3S!LeeP8,s
came to spoiling any hope
bave entertained ot improving
THE OLDEST AMERICAN SOLDIER
The press seems to be agitated
lately about tbe oldest living Amer
ican soldier. The claims of James
Wilkner, of ths first Pensylvania Vol
unteers ; Hiram Holiday, of the Six
ty first Illinois Volunteers (now dead)
and Jesse Whittaker, of the Seventy
ninth Illinois Volunteers, ts set forth
in the Tribunt ot the 2Sth ot Decem
ber, 1871, are all placed before the
people aa the oldest soldier. The lat
ter was born in Shelby county, Ky.,
June 30, 1793, and entered the serv- .
ice in 1314. This does very well, bnt '
the man who is entitled to the praise
ot beirg tbe oldest soldier is unques
tionably Brevet Bri.-Gen. Sylvanns
Thayer, a retired officer of tha Utited
States army, now living in or rear
Boston, Mass. He was born id Bain
tree, Mass. in 1785, graduated at
Dartmouth College, N. and after
ward at the We3t Point; Military
Acadamy in 180S- Ha was assigned
to the Engineer Corps 1S08; seived '
in tha War of 1812. on the Canadian
frontier, and afterward at Norfolk,
Va , where he won thi brevet of Msjor
He was appointed Superintendent of
tbe West Point Academy in 1S12,
and was the master spirit of that in
stitution nntil 1833. Its high char
acter was dua to him as much as to
any man, living or dead. Ha. waa
made Brevet Lieutenant Colonel on
the 3rd or March, 1823; a Brevet
Colonel on the 3rd of Marcb, 1833 ;
and a Brevet Brigad ier General on the -3l3t
ot May, 1863; and was retired
on the following day with the rank
He will have been ia tha army six- '
ty-tour years, on the 23i day of Feb-' '
uary next, should he live until tha '
day. A more honorabls gentleman t:
cannot be found in this country, and , :
be is now emphatica!ly,the" Fat'asr of
the American army.
He has a mind enriched by the
brightest culture in this country and
ia Europe, end, in his day, has been
one of the moat scientific of soldiers. ..
It is pleasing to know that, in bis
old ag3, he has a sufficient ccmpeten- - '
cy, and is surrounded by hosts of
friend, who both love and respect
Thb Life of Dr. Raffles, of Liver
pool, has the following: "A young
lady, tha daughter ot tha owner oi
the house, was addressed by a man
who, though agreeable to her, was
disliked by her lather. Of course, he.,
would not consent to their union, and
she determined to elope. The night
was taxed, tbo hour came, he placed
tha ladder to the window, and in a
few minutes she was in his arms.
They mounted a double horse, and
were soon at some distance from the
he use. After a while the lady troke
silence by saying, ''Well, yon see
what a proof 1 have given yoa ot my
affection ; I hope yon will make me a
good husband.' He was a surly fel
low, and gruffly answered, 'Perhaps I
may, and perhaps not.' She made no
reply, but after a silence of some
minutes she suddenly exclaimed, 'Oh,
what shall we do? 1 have left
my money behind me in my rocm.
Then,' said he, 'we must go back
and fetch it.' They were soon again
at the house, the ladder was a?ain
placed, the lady remounted, while the
ill-natured lover waited below. But
she delayed to come, and so he gent
ly called, 'Are yon coming ? When
she looked cut ot the window and
said, 'Perhaps I may, and perhaps
not ; and then shut down the win
dow, and left him to return upon the
double borsa alone."
Ben and I.
The Womarii Journal gives this as
a sketch from real life. It certainly
illustrates a wrong thai should be
righted: 'When Ben and I were
children I was the t?!Ier. When wa
went to school I studied more than
he did ; I read more books than he
did; if we got into an argument I
was pretty sure to get the better of
him in short, I was ahead ot Ben
and I patronized him ! But Ben got
ahead at last. He studied a proies
sion ; I crimped, and frizzed, and fuss
ed. Ha went into business ; I dusted,
and arranged, and beautified. Ha is
growing rich ; 1 em growing poor.
Ua can travel if he chooses ,he can.
invite me to go with him it he chooses
I can sit at homo till I am invited.
Ha is independent, I depeadent
Ben is a successful, bachelor, wiiU
the world before bim ; I an unsuc
cessful maiden, with uo definite pios
pects. Ah, Ben, Ben, this will never
do just wait, sir, till I take a start!"
A roSEiQjr journal says that
French mason, in repairing the stone
steps leading . into a garden, used
Portland cement mixed with finely
divided filings and borings of cast and
wrought iron, instead of sand ; and
that the mass has become so hard that
it cannot be broken either with ham
mer or pickaxe. ?