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OREGON, MISSOURI; ERIDAJ, NOVEMBER 10, 1865.
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Hon. BiNjiF. LoansI Josopii, Momherjof Con
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( ' ft of Ololmi.'llhuWld 'of land,- tho paymont
lahiXim1Ki nqpBjeiMets, ,4qA,tho. Xtadeia'p"-
ptipTiijijUJiinqMni x.onsior nor.ia
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noi67flmi1Jiill0(lJ .'JbOiii aiill iuvol Etuu
.U"(fib vggijjljluj od 'ildadoiq Iliw
Thbfb.bl hntffaali Itthls lcart, there Is na'dod.''
, ', i. No Oodl '
AlLnaturo cries nloud there is,,
Kaohllitwtf declares, the same; 1 '
The murmuring lirook tlut llilca along
i Mcandcrinf; hrongU .tlie'iilsu,
" 4 tt)pcak3 of a God.
' 'Nddodl I
Tho muttering thunder echoes hack
, Condemns tho AtUelat's lore :
The rnglng tempest's, howling hlnat,
fTho ocean's mighty roar, !
Declarer uvQod.i ' i
And yet beholding with our eyes
Tho works of endless prutsc ) .
Tho trees, the brooks, the mountain tops
Abo'vo tho, clouds that ratac,
'To'Spcak of Oo'd.
O o, seek n lonely silent snot,
And ask each passing' breczoV
Who. made the sun, tho moon,' tho Mars, '
M This earth jind 'alt her aoas, - .
Will they say Qod.J
'Why tremble liko'an aspen leaf,
When.dpath is nt the door ;
Why call upon Qod's holy nnmo,
Ills mercies kind implore,
If ho is not!
A picco of broad, if vou nlcasc.
tna'm," as a guild might.
nR ii ulillil miirlif .
Ho no more dreamed of any possibil
ity of f efuBal ,tbon otoeoing those warm
busctiits turn to stone. 1
But tho woman, comfortable with
gooc( food, rosy from her warm firo and
lamp-light, lurned on him in vixon fash:
ion : '
"Bread! You're ablo to earn your
own bread. I don't encourago men
beggara. Thore'a 1' .work for them as
aren't too lazy. You'd best, tramp if
you don't want tho dog set on .you.
uore, uario, nero, olu tellow I
John llodman turned without a word.
Ho was growing, blind and doaf. Ho
staggered out into tho street, and stum-
oieu against a man wno was passing.
The latter first uttered an oath, than n
IJTt .Ulltt vituglib lilt -ty Uanda.
Jt was tbo tuict wiiom uo naa parted
from at the prison gates. (And four
qprs off was the alley ho had named.
An.liour aftcrrascals, wno ucscrvea
jail, and tho gallqtyi, every ono of them',
bad Riven Joun iloutnan tnofooagoou,
. - ' . 11 1 j 1' ti 1 j
toncsi, weit-urcu p9P,te, au uuuicu
liuj. , 1 "
Thoy let ihimircsti after that.-until he
grow strong and doubly desperato. With
his wrongs heavy upon him with those
thioves his, only friends he .fell at last.
A dwelling',. was to be robbou, and
John Rodman was among those, who
wcto (0 pfllago it. His task was a dan
gerous opo. IJpjWas to enter tahouso.
conceal himself until a'sato Hour, , and
then admit the others. '
At twiliRht.i.whuo tho household were
in tho dining room, ho crept in at a back
.window, made his way up stairs and hid
beneath a bed on tbo uppor ilopr.
. Thoro he, crouched until, tho house
grew still, and ono by-one thc.inmatcs
ascended tho-stairs. At last some oiio
stopped aVuo aoor au.4 entered. If; it
should prove a stalwart man, his task
was doubly, dangerous., ,,He,pcepcd out
It. was a woman a fair.woman with
goIdqn,bajr;ana,bluo, eyes, woso luce
he could nolj Plain!y flef'- '!Tno ?ut
down her.Jpmp jihd sat beside tho ' able
.froin'erice she.oqk' a boxj ami open-
ing'jt rewjOui Botutj luiitirp, uiuu m urn
apdrjellow, ' a '"mipiajufo portrait) and
lgck-qfjhairwhjch jhq .kiasotl and foll
tOiwebplrat o.vpr," rThqh, aha buried !ior
Rgo ifi iier hWf and pjiyed, murntur-
ipg.tfle wprQBijoyor,; uiienpg one
loudor lian tho $rst. ','1 4
- Jopn.vouman almost Ecroamcu in, his
acitationthat word was bis own nam.o!
'And in. a moment ho .know Uiat tliia was
Eva Fav: and that, constant to' his
em'pry eyRR.she, prayed for him.
... WHji.iiw, g'9rV,,Joy ,siiK,nif)
tho horror, or being whore be was,, oif
.leiy, botftept,, brus.uing,,yipqara jisiuo
tqrfffthorunUl began to.djsrobo
horself : when. ho . veiled 'hio faco in hour
"or, ofher chaste, womanhood. IntentlV
.hJig)hod,'m,tliordafknes3, Until her
breathing grew regjartand hqavyan
ne jraew eno,BiumJuorea ; and .tlian- i
mm msM'w?& Knt,j 3 . 'Ut
. i.'r.vft..i.ntvA.nwn nnnv vnn , i nn
,palbsqmjer with laon lj-jtjdnaph
itwmm r "A?.v' t yw ?ee, ,mD
flPH- I1X9P l0Vfljp, n?9nt oj, that
crime of which they chiiVged mo, Xloll
-lujiii Loshoiijutiiiw Inn -iv tid , i
8inco.that timo, I havo been on- tho,
vcrgd'of crimes as great. Pray for mc,
as I hoard you'pray, ind wait and waich
ailittlo while. Nerved bv tho knowl
edge that you' love him still, John.Rbdj-
mau may yet make a namo for which
you' shall not blush. Uod bless and
Ho laid this upon tho'tablo and went
forth a man again. Ho walked tho
streets until daylight, praying inwardly.
When tno sun aroso, no saw glimmering
on many a wall and fence now placards
posted over night. Tho first call for
men had boon mnuo. Columbia's voice
summoned her sons to aid her, and
thousands wero roady. John Hodman
read these words : "llocruita wantod,"
as though thoy bad been by. tho hands
of angols. Hard by, drums beat, and
bugles blarodj from a recruiting office.
If Heaven's gates had opened, John
Hodman could not have felt more thank
ful. Ho could havo almost knelt in tho
open stroetito utter ft thanksgiving. In
the soldier's life ho saw escape from
crime and want, and a path to honor
and to Eva's love.
In an hour ho was enlisted under tho
banner of tho Union, and in a few weeks
afterward marched with his comrades
from tho city. 'As theso bravo men
fnssed through tho crowded thorough
aro, hats wero lifted and kerchiefs
waved, and bright eyes grew dewy.
Some amongst tho band had sweet fare
wells from woman's lips to chcor them ;
many tho fond ombraccs of a mother.
wifo, and childron., John Rodman had
but tho memory of his constant Eva's
prayer for him. Ho needed nothing
Those wero hot and bloody days that
followed; but through them private
John Rodman boro himself bravely so
bravely that tho fact was noted and spo
ken of. At last he saved his Colonel's
life at tho risk of his own, and private
John Rodman was no moro, for Ser
geant John Rodman took his placo.
After that, bravo deeds and promo
tions followod hand in hand ; and now
and then John Rodman. hoped that Eva
?iiiht Rnmfif.i'mM rend his namo. His
orm grew erect onco moVb, Uuu mo tVc
bright ; his old good looks returned,
and still a braver soldier never trod tho
field. Ho was' Captain now.' A gen
tleman and officer by rank. In theso
two long years of battle, ho had suffer
ed much by ' wounds, privations and
anxiety. Yet ho thanketl God with ev
ery breath for, having saved him and
mado hjm what no wis.
'Onfl burning July day dawned upon
a fearful 'battle hand to baud, tooth
and nail. Southern' chivalry and grit.
Blood fan like water. , Bravo men were
appallod ; somo turned cowards and
flod not' -John Rodman. His bright
eyo and' haughty'titco, Tiis cheerful' cry,
his own daring, encouragod his men,
and old soldiers marked, him and ap
A a eLi ;
i. wuiiiuu a ii-uuiu pen uuu Buuruvijr
paint tho battle-field ; mine will not at
tempt it?1 Enough that I tell that' the
bravest deed' o'fthafc great day was dono
by Captain John Rodman. Andthat
when night camb, ho" lay senseless and
pallid as acorpso upon a cot in. the long
tent hospital, while on tho wings of the
press sped oyer half tho world tidings of
that day and of his part in it.
Out of a Heath-like trance John Rod
man awoke, nnd Ihh moon was shining
dvnonbuu, "l near a l led lamp
a woman sit nt v.' jr . A ho' lal nurso,
of couise, and hi closed hia yea again.
U13 mind was activo onco moro. and ho
emonibered all the Fight "and his'wound
and if all. Ho felt tho 6tuuij of a band?
ugnd limbjdnd know hia soldiers lifo
war over! ' A few tears rose in hts clos
ed eyes, and a great sigh heaved lihvbo-
som." Then no ncarti tno nurse, arise
and draw near to him : and onOhitlg
,tho8o" toar-filted eyes, ,ho 'saw through
tbo mist t-l'-i fftco of iiiVa ! ay,
"Is it.aidrcam? ho said. "Oh,
'Eva. can, ?l bo possible, that you 'aro
''ThankjHoavoriilio.knows vco. It
t no.dvciihlcnr John." ,
SheAt,,wlhTi9i;,haii in his, atd ber
p'heclc..tainst Ji!sl.,oiwn.' l7or a. whilp
John iwsiiappy, then tnd again.
.1 vDiJanoke to cheer him
iJsnoke to chi
''Iiftyou wopder hpY I camo h'oo'?"
"YA nhrrol." H ' .
' "AUyi havo kept a watch ovor you
ovcr'aililfa Tfirafifoad -your nomd. I,
. i ... wiiiur."e"' . . . . ,v 1
am vorVWcttd E 'you Jnn' yB
'know jt;.ey.'hftye made you a Colonel ?"
ii s)-;.nq:n xiis noarv arose mia;n&iiK 111
ftibmdi3t:iiqf'A poor Colonel, Eva it
chpplod man who will scarcely lift' his
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l 9rtf ...
"My poor, my poor darling,,",.
"I did not tliinl- nf thlq. I. ili,l nr.
hopo to come to you in strength tjnd
health, to offer yOu famo and fortune.
I daro not now Bay, will you havo a pobr
maimed soldier 't It wpuld .be wrong
hva bent over him..
''It would bo of no uso John." '
"I do not blamo vou. Evn." And
hp bid his face.
"Nono at all. John." said Eva: "for
tho day I como here wo bqheved you dy
ing, and that I might stay and nurse
y6u to tho last, I told tho chaplain we
wero betrothed, and ho married us.
Don't you romcinber John, you said "I
John clasped her in his arms. .
"I remember." ho said, "hut T
thought it was a droam, I havo had so
" T. !!.!. . .. . i
many, r.va. iwn 11 is true, quito truoi
"As lleaven darling."
Then John Rodman murmured :
'"God bless vou. darling." and laid
his head upon his wife's' white arm. and
Singular Lifo-Work of a Lunatic.
Has any ono noticed tho miniature
fort at tho upper end of Blackwcll'a la-
and to tho north of tho Lunatic Asy
urn? It is tho work of an insano man,
who has spent half of his lifo upon it.
lie lost his mind in Mexico, or some
where else where high privates wero in
.demand, and just escaped being Mr.
Armstrong, or Mr. Parrott, or Mr.
Whitworth, by going crazy.
uunncry was what ailou him and
fortifications. As ho was found to be
quito harmless, and obedient to his mon
omania, thoy gavo him intrenching tools
and told him to fortify tho island. He
took the geographical and geological
bearings with tho sagacity of a West
Pointer, and concluded that any attack
upon it would como from tho south. So
bo devised a sea-cost battery with bomb
proofs, approachablo by a, diko with
sluices anil gates, and mounting heavy
nnnr nddlchoad. Nobodv elso bcinc in-
sano on tho same point, ho could get no
assistance. All tho other monomumacs
had oil on tho brain, or poetry, or cap
ital punishment, or negro suffrogo, and
wore quite as devoted and zealous as he
upon iticir claims.
So tho old soldier, with a long sigh
and a bravo heart, took up his single
shovel j and commenced, to build the
whold'fort by himself. Ho wheeled bar
row' after barrow of earth into tho sea,
tugged from morning till night, until at
loBt he raised a narrow causeway from
tho mainland to a rock at tho ond of a
long sand bar. Wjth pobbles, and shells,
and stones ,fr0m tho river, no wauea tins
causeway until it becamo pcrmanenti
All this was not a month? nor a year's
work ; year after yoar passed over his
gjay hairs, but ho kept wheeling, wheel
ing. Tho great city on tho grcutef is
land required protection, and ho was
making its regis. So he wont on like
tho mon who throw up tho Charleston
redoubts, and for fear ho would bp too
late to his' 'task', ho' left his bed in' tho
asylum altogether, and built, himself a
hut clo80 to his' placo of labor. Here
ho slept and dwelt in tho company only
of his assuring conscience ; and when
at last his path, was donp, ho sot to work
1. t 1. ' - ' .fi
at nia ion.
Tho'rcsult of all 'th6 years is before
ub. -'ttliB battory is sodded (grcon, with
parapet, uorrao, ditch, magazino,,rov(ot;
ments, abatis;, and itmounts mpckppr
Quaker gima, upon. carriages of capital
',nr,otMi(.i'AA Inntinr lln 'fr'nrrt tlift'Rnlltlil
toward Hell Gato, like real arbiters of
Tho old lunatic, is worn, nnd failing
but he is not satisfied. His fort is done,
but not his" wliol'o. duty. "So ho has pro
moted a water battery arid sea wall
around-tho enttro isianu, anu moans 10
bring to bear upon it all-tho knowledge
of Vauhan, and Tqtjlebent When, the
island is impregnable, ho will wrap his
Iliuiiliu ituuui. null uuu uiu uii hid umwiyt
For the truth - of all this story,- lot
anybody passing up tho Eastiriver, look
upon the island .tip and soq thq old man
ditching and building,, and tho little
fort closo by him bristling with pp
,TiiB -trial of Mrs. Martha Grinder,
wbj? a changed YitHau8n2tlio doath
ui.uoouta aeovo inuur jiuiiiuuuib uuu
! .' U.I 1 -1.1 l' -tVi . JLI.
menus, ruv various -nines' uy- uuhhh
.,...' . . . f .r
isteVing poison in thoi'r food tnd''dririk.
is ncrto in' progress c ht.-BUtsbiirg,' Pa
A IIEART ItlSTORY.
In haste I ratlM him thc'tlght word
That darkon'd llfuforevor ;
My pallid face noj m'(icd nor etlrr'd
Ills tips' but end short quiver.
He r.vc mo t.mt longycarnlng look,
'And spako "If such I be"
And all bis franio alihvddcr shook
"I am uot fit for thco."
Wo never met again until
Long years had swept away ;
His face v cold, mid calm, and stilt
My' hair-Was1 tinged with gray.
Upon his arm a lady hung
Ills voloo was kind nnd frocj
lie did not know tho blood-drops wrung
FrOfu my heart's agony.
Wo met but once again tho day
On which Ills darling died,
Ills wifo and child hid passed away ;
I bade farewell to pride.
Wo met my faco to his ho drew
Ho called mo by my name j
And in his dying hour wo knew
Our love had becu tho same.
J A Railroad Car at Night.
B. F. Taylor has been taking a rail
road ride, and having failed, perhaps',
to enjoy tho rido, enjoys himself in de
scribing Yhat ho saw. Tho following
glimpso at his companions as they np
pcarod whon night said '.'sleep," trill be
appreciated by thoso who havo "been
"I camo near forgetting that your
old friends were all on tho train tho
woman who plumps down on your seat
and regards you with thankless and su
percilious eye-brows, ,a3 if you were
somebody that had blundered into
brcathdom without lcavo; and tho man
'who dons his best garments to travel in,
mounts tho train as clerical as black
broadcloth can raako him, and leaves it
with tho looks of a dusty miller.
Aud tho night scenes, sounds and
scents arc as curious as ever. Whiffs
of boots and smothering gusts of musk,
patchouli cheese, tobacco, and feet, that
could never bo fit to "walk on Zion'a
hill" without a wado and waBh in Jor
dan, aro blended. Ab tho night wears
on, tho fellow who always fails to bo fun
ny, flickors'outliko a penny din ; tho ten
pin of a man who had sat bolt upright
all day, grows as courtly as a Manda
rift irtV Wfl .VkTonicrjlods.'2jLiiracs :
rippling liko running water, "weak
washy" and everlasting intermits, grows
less interesting and falls asleep ; men
makolotter Z'a of themselves, shut up
like pockot knives, roll up liko porcupi
nes, divcigo liko Y's ; trim and shape
ly women tumble to pieces, and lie in
littlo heaps of undistinguishablo gar
ments upon tho seats ; tho rod and dis
sipated lamps wink sleepily nnd lazily
at you, and the clattor-to-clank of tho
iron wheels hammers out tbo lung dull
strip of darkness.
Qijben Viotoiiia's DoMiinoNs. Tho
Queen of England is now sovereign over
ono continent, a hundred peninsulas,
fivo hundred promontories, a thousand
lakes, two thousand rivcr3, and ten
thousand islands. Her subjects number
moro than ono hundred and fifty mil
lions. By a wave of her hand, sho can
summon an 'army of fivo hundred thou
sand soldiers, and a navy of a thousand
ships of war, 'and a hundred thousand
sailors, Tho Assyrian crapiro was not
so wealthy as that of Great Bmtain ;
tho Roman ompiro was not to populous;
tho Persian ompiro was notpso extensive ;
tho Arabbn empire was not so powerful;
tho Carthaginian ompiro was not. so
much dreadod ; tho Spanish ompiro was
not so widely diffused. ,.
JoaiidBibUNos' Eumekxij of Moral
Philosophy. Wo.oro apt to hato them
who .w,on't take our advico, and despise
.1 1 -
tuem wno 110,
v It is dreadful oasy to bo a phool-
man can oe ono anu'noi Know u.
' Elegant lezzuro chewing plug toi
bacco and spitting in a dorg's eye.,
.Real happiness don't consist so much
in -what a man don't have, as in what
ho uon't want.
Foar is tho fust lesson larn't and tho
last ono forgotton.
Nobody but a phool gits bit twico by
tho same dprg.
A p6t Iamb alwus makes a cross ram.
Epitaphs aro liko circus bills thoro
isimoro in tho bills than everporfoimed.
fjSyo bo, healthy cat; onions, and go
, 1 1 1
In boring for.oil.in.Apalachin, Tiger
iqounty.jjNqiY York, a, vein of Bait water
)vas pqnetrate'dtf which; forced its way
up and coinpolled ,a sus'ppnsibh of ope
rations. Tho water is very salt yield-!
in'g 'sevfen ounces of "Bait to'tf 'quart of
iiratfer evaporated. It flows'ibou't-four-
teefi hundred barrels daily,, The oil
cora'panyrave gqrrn into tho njanufap-
'furft of Hulk. " u . ,' J '
., wi.iM 11 ,',' .
:jO iijOt: oil.' no itj;
Rights of Audionoos. ;
A case bus been decided inNe,wYoik
which settles tliis. point.
Captain Adams and friond visited
Wallnck's Theater and were "0 littlo
noisy." A police rfficcr ejected them,
and suit was brought by them against
Tho ctiEO is thus reported.
Marine Court Bcforo Judgo Hearno
and a Jury.
W. C. Adam? vs. Caffrcy. this was
an action by an Ox-officer of tlio army
against a captain of police, for dam
ages for being turned out of a thoater ;
and the caso is interesting and impor
tant, us furnishing a distinct announce
ment, which will bo now to most of pco
plo, of tho rights of audiences, as such,
and tho kind of behavior which may bo
exacted from tho individuals composing
them. The plautifftestifiod that ho had
returned from tho army not long since.
haying been properly mustered out ;
that ho had served as nn officer on tho
stall' of Gen. Sedgwick, and afterwards
on the Btaff of Gen. Sickles. On arri
ving here, ho wont in company with his
friond Brown, also an ex-officer, who
had recently returned from tho army of
tho bouth, to Wiulack's Theater, to seo
Black Eyed Susan" and "Still Wa
ters Run Deep ;" that after purchasing
ticket and taking soats in tho thoater,
tho wero arrested by Capt, Caffrcy, and
causelessly put out of tho houso by
him and Mr. Moses, tho treasurer. Ho
denied that they wero disorderly, or
created any disturbance.
It was shown for the defenso that tho
two officers put their feet upon tho scat3
and wero rather boisterous in manner.
Tho disorder shown was very slight, but
A. Uakcy Hull, Jiaq., who conducted
tho caso for tho defense cited an En
glish caso in support of his application,
and Court charged tho jury that thero
could properly bo no ucgroo of dtsordqr
in an aiidicnco ; that an individual on
entering an acmblago surrendered a
good deal of his personal liberty , that
it was a part of his contract to koop per
fect silenco was as distinct as of an in
dividual to personal liberty ; and that
could as properly bd tuiion cogulzuufciU
of in tho ono case as in tho other.
Tho jury returned a verdict for tho
Is This Advioo GoodP
"Farmers," of Oakland, near Qdin-
cv. 111., writes : "To tho young tann
ers of tho East who havo capital and
wish to start out in lifo, either as farm
ers or business men, tho South and
particularly tho frcsl, is tno placo to
go. Missouri is destinod to bo ono of
tho Golden Statos of our Union. Boun
ded on ono sido by tho Mississippi, trav
ersed by tho Missouri' and other naviga
ble rivnrs. railroads in all directions and
room for more, abounding in moro nat
ural products than any other State, cen
tral in position, with a soil adapted to
tho growth of every thing that will grow
in a tcmperato climate, with the black
population as laborers, and enterprising
inf nniotis men from tho Middle or East
ern States to manago, Missouri will in
a few years bo tbo leading State of tho
Wost. The South aitoras mo cnanccs
for young men to raako a start in life.
t .1 1 V. a... '... .:u 1
1 lllinK 11 Birango mm mvu win uuy ur
rent the stono-ribbed land of tho East,
when land is so cheap and plenty boutu
and West. Let thorn that can't leave
tho East, stay there, but let tho joung
and enterprising ,buy land in tho West,
which will in a few years double or tre
ble in valuo. Lot fho heretoforo Slivo
States bo filled with onterprising, iudfus'
trious and Unibn-loving people"
Is the Mvtie Good ? We. say, .yes
because, though tho samo thought,
onergy, "capital and labor, expended at
tho East will pay ju3t as well, or better,
yet going West' wakeB up many an Eas
tern young man to ten titnos tho energy,
and, of oourso; ten times tho success ho
would ovor show or gain at .homo.
American Agriculturist. 1
A traveler was lately boasting of tho
luxury of arriving at nightj after a
hard day's journey to. partako of tho
enjoyment of a woll-cut ham and tho
loft leg of a gooso.
rray, .air, wnat 13 me peculiar lux
ury of a left leg ? " ' 'l ' '
"Sir, to1 conceive its luxury; you
must find that it is tho last legithatis
left." - -
r .1 ;
a tnilrtr siion wil
H popping his jioai) tbro'
y your lariboard'r'- upon
ninlnnl-' it. hv vnnr lftrlhrlIrd'?', iin
M VIIIVI. " "J J " ( I '
which, tho tailor lifted up his, lap' board
syoripg, If;la3 jugt struck ,.on,o,'(j ei(T