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n nit annth iiiMabl In nJvjuce
rr Hi tuviilb. uayM in adru'ice -
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A. KELLY, Editor.
Wlilskeis ana Mustache
TV'OnrtD Vi Brow upon ihe amnotlic.t fm-e In
from tbiee to fire -reck. I.t ii.tiiir tr. SH
.WMC'tt KEM' A lilt TIJI.il CAPll.l.MrtK tlie
saost womlertnl 1Iiv.tcT y In inod"rti aiieiue, n
tp( apou the Henri! mid il.ili- hi hii ilm'Hlf maim
J.n. runnier. It tin. heen lived by the r . i r of
Parle and Loudon w.ll. tli nict flntieriinf .uc e
Jiinne of all purchaser will be rerfi-lered ai.it If
tuitlre eutlerat'Una l not a.ien In every In-tniee
he uoney will lie cheerful! refmide.1. Price liy
Cull, awl.J uuJ pualpnlil, tl. ie criplive firm,
r and iftMiiiinlHlK ninllsd lie. A 1I - Ill.K-
KR,KHU1TH Co., diemi-le. No.' US liver
Ml, Trv,M I.- Hu iiguuu fur Ihe filled
ft . .
Threw away your fUe friisca, your switches,
" atfOotiTa Of eomlbrti and nnt worth i fle'i
.. Coma ared, coma youthful, coin tiely anil
fair, . i
, A ad rajolo la yur own luxuriant hair.
', n SEPARATOR CA1ILLI.
T rMtortnir kalr upon bald head (from
thateter caua It may bar ft lieu out) an J
- fcrolnj a rrowth of hair upon tht face, it hm
equal. HtrUl force, ah beard to grow upon
tli emooth.at fao In. ffm At. to eicht week.
r hair tipon held head in from two to thre
anonine. a tow icuorant practitioner nave o-
ertej tli at lUero n tiotlnuir luel will lorco or
kitten tb growth of ihe mir or board. Their
iserlions are fnUo, at thousand of living wit
a (from their own experience) con boar
rllneas. hut many will say, how are we to iliu
ilnguiah the penuine from the pnrio'isT tt
wr'fciul i Jiinn.li, na nin-lntlia of the Hn
(braut I leparonoiii n-lvurtined tor the liair unj
keard are fiilir) wortlilenn.dinl y.m niny liave
aJrendy throu owar liir. aino'inrH in their
Birchaa. U 0 aurh v woii'il hv, Irv the II"
" f arator Vupilli j it wi!l cmt vmu iijilii k u:.li
H fuiiT CAiidt uii i our riM'redt'iiitii io'.M. i
. fir IruRiit uotano. Ireeii it, enj us "ne
mt and wa vri'A forward i:, ;"ij.n:i, ttj '.ier
with a recept lor th inouoywliuh wul Jje ro-
uraeil yon on- appiientiui-, prnviiliuv ruin
aetiafaetioD la not aj'ven. A hlrrsn,
W. L. CLAK1C k CO.. Climilv ,
' Jfu. 2. rt Fayaite S.raat, Suirfyi, y.
(UK. I jr.
TM UOiiil ,s;0!,i;!:C(!
it tt aenrr.Ktci, antAnosa
AiBl'BT T3I GT.rAT AJTIiClCGIPT,
.,' Uft4nBi6 u. a. rt:r:!in;o.
" ' la rariali arret t'iittmorlalvrVnaw. 6
aaeior to fcappliiaaa - h on who, iVom doleful
evaata, eatailrophea, rroaaat In lore, loan of re
latlev aad frinil. loaa ol mcmiv, tc, havi
Maa ilaapendaal. 8h hriiif; together thou
laag aoTraied, rifa in'oiiiiHtinn rciirrrulrig
afnt friaadi or lorara. rtatoiea loit or atolen
.rep.fiy, t.wi yon in uuaiuaaa yon r uetii
aaliilad to puiiu aud in what you will ho '!-
'eaaNl, u.aperdy muiTmge. and telU you
ka vry day yon will many. f,ivet y.ni tho
aaatt, fikauan'ind eharaetentticnf the pi rton.
la ratiia your ry ii.oiighn, and y l.er al
aaot auparbaluial ii'mnn i.r.vella the lnik mil
Iddta aiy.if riat nf tha fiit'tri. 1 mm Ihe atur
w la lh Si rnnnnnl L. inalell tnr thiit
ouior pr:ln.iiintii in il.e ooiiliirurui ion
tam ti a( c .I and lh.mu .f the nlrnieta
' aad k fd aura in the l";vf" i-l ifie lime
f klrlh. ah ilaoao. li . lulura .ie?i ,i, v of inun.
Tail a at consult the (rtam Ai ri.io'ft ou
arlh. Iteuita you hut a tr.fle, mid jou may
a.Ter again have so I'aYorabla ah opportunitv.
V)inltnoa le, with likeneaa end all deaired
rrailiot. fl. Vnriu living at a d.-iiuce
,.: Mtdac by lie. I w.tn iial
"'- n i t.i'bfuci i' '. iiii n:-! . if in
rr " . .id i) i'ti' iba-.i, wri'U'ii out,
.: S'.o'J utitoio.c 111. I lika..'H i :i':los
V ..-'.ail 01. r-eioi oi prie. w o-. lima
tri.; Tit Tirtati acc: aay b i.'.ainlaiu
. 1 r'.iip iit.i..- ft u.i..': .,! auttn.y.
. ) 'r - nf ibe C'(k.i'. oi .!! I.. jlahvii
iutii t,H ifcaiu. 'nn vl,l,n,.v '''' "y
i4 aotaih aad yr ia which you ware boru,
.aaloaiat tnail lock of hair.
' Addrre. Muni ft. A. TV.KTaCO,
i 0. I siwi 2)3, icrri.o, K. Y.
' .at k wa k!j"ul tni fair.
With tlarry ya, and radint hair,
VkoM aurliag tendrils toft, tntwined,
k4ai thevny heart and wind.
' emsrert coriA.
Fey Oorlltig I11!'0 'ther Sex Into
wy and GIo8v Kinglet
' : : I Curia, -
' aj. tvia ariicla Lad'; and Oenllma
kaaalify thennalrea a thounand fold. It
taeoaly artieleintheworld that will curl straifrh,
ir, and at lh lam time rito it a beautilul
lossy appearance. The Criapcr Coma not only
earla the hair, but invigorate, beautifies aud
lanss it t I highly anil rieliehtfully perfum
ed, and is the most complete article of the kind
mr nrT.rad to th American uublie. TbeCrie-
warOema will b aant to aur addrHsa, seald
amd aoatpaid for II
Aadrea all orcrra !o
W- L. CLAhK i CO.. Chemist.
JTe. I htti'i ti;'., T4fl'S, N.
' ffeh. 6 !vf.
Autatiro, CoMon.rJaxcn ts. Silken
KOIirr.F.D br th of Prof. DEPTIEITX
ftiaA LV. CUEVLUX. i flue applicntion
warranted to cml ihe u cst str.iiglit und stuo
w,rn liair of either Sex lulojvavy rinilets,
ibvv tn....ivM curia. "Han Yecu ncd by
tWnoiiubJei of l'uris and Loudon, with the
rratirTing reaulta. lioea no injury to the
Priee'by rhuil, aealcd and iot.t naidtl. IVserln
We Cireulara mailr.d free. Addree llEUUEll,
FHU'f'TS, 4 CO., Chemikta, Ho.. 204 River
Tiv, S. Y., 6olo sgeut for tb Vnited BUte.
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M'COXNKLSVILLK, JULY 13, S67.
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ltlurucys and (ViKsclorH t Law,
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ATi'OUNt'S AT LAW,
OFFICE, one door vest of Jtobertson't
j Drug More,
Dr. W. N, IIAMBLETOiN
tmMyt.-rin. continue, to offer hi profeaalonal
K6- " rrlee to ti e imlilia in ll tho
t'CtiiJ Tlelieiidtylef PKNTIHTllY
f 'Hrli. ulur nttantl'm Riven to th countruc
tiuu ul teeth on HUUHKft I'l.A lXS.
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S. S. S A. Y HE S,
ftvnn woou & rosiva law off ice,
m;C px.s e i's v I l l is; ' "o in o
Invit the utten'lun of all u lio with to obtain
ui.l will jita entire a.itlofa. thm. Mf motto l
"In k'.ir. aatU.'in lion or no clmiirt ''
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M CO.NN KliSVILLK, OHIO,
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HOUSE FURNISH I NO GOODS.
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Physician and Surgeon,
attention Riven to the treatment
CI HON 10 DISEASES.
rrofeaaiomil culls promptly renpondoj to.
OFFICE Southwest Corner of tlicrnbli Square.
J. EW1NG) M. D.,
IPhysieinn and Sin'goon
OrFICE, in East Boom of lliinna'i Law Building.
arTrofca'alonal Calls promptly attoiiJtd to -tt
pV rnrtii'iilnr attention given to Disoa
nf iho Lung, aud Chrouio Uisoascs.
f not '
the Tatlerson IIous,
k Kuhlur's Blere.
Physician and Surgeon,
Ttmriertfiil'y offem hln I,rfelonttl arl :a to th
' ciilzm "f M'ConuUvill and tioluity.
Ol'Vlfli, FEOST B00!H OVER STORE'S STORE
Wbr h n fnond ill nil time, day or night
lien oi orii',"''T !'
V. 15. LI5WIS& Co,,
FAHM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS.
IJo. 65Kara Gtrcct,"
X A S C 8 Y I L Ii C, OHIO.
AUntn Tor tho"JUCKEYE MOWKIi"
J4.11I.S U ATIil.VS, ,
lt. V alkln tnUea 1 Umvre In I iTnrniliiR the
cilirrlH nl I Inn t"wn anil tlcirlly that hr w fie
mient for tlip I. in i!liu Fire tii'inanee Cumpany,
aud of tli llune Iiiauianv Cum puny.
OFFIl'K, Ab'ive Ibc Book Slnre of Adair Bros
THE ART CF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Wm. C. TKESIZ K
still coollnaeito accemtnodat the publlo with
which cannot be anrp.iaacd anywhera.
- II na reflected arraneroen'a wnereny
any one can lie hc commi'dated with the lineal of
oil pniiitlnga and India Ink Work.
llUOMS.Iil J. C. SIoitc'H lIulMIng,
North Center Plrcct, OTer Boone'a Radrtler Hhop
"Brick Pomeroy and his Peninnah."
Sho conlJ't lielp it I
Nor could 1 1
It rained nil cliiy, and nil night, nil
Ok next duy, untl all tLo diiy beforo.
Tliroo l: n ! I wn wnlUin from
tiltnitntion to town, near Mucon, lis-
H-ict ot Bill Arp. llluulc it rained,
ii h u sit ill. 1 fluw lier gliding from cab
in to cabin, li on) negro liouno to nbodo
of ncir.ro, lino it baby duck, much on
tho waddle. She curried a little cndiun
in hur one hand, und the other bh hold
hiirh townrd the teruloan her ultirtH
-r-n ud nil ich. She was lull loveli-
ncHif on btiltu. I hiw lurlrom tlioUia
titnco fbo woro black ntockinga, blue
garters, and moved like h doctor on u
viHitto his rim patient!
I hastened to overtake her. I slid
my umbrella over herwnterfull. I link
cd l.er to excuse me, she did and hitch
ed crooks at once. I was in my cle
ment. And in mud." The woman was
in white. Hlie warn it MiiRlung iliiugl
tor of New England. Bh was a gay
duniscl tif many season. She wss a
nolihiicr of 1 1 mi liu knew imikIi about
1 Tains. She was a nylph-Iiko cduca
tor nf niirijcr-r.minn. She tnuirlit etiu
lion to the ivoritc die Ie!t iho white
regions nud irietidii ol'Xjw Kngiand
to come South and teach the llama
Iho littlo Hams by day nnd tho bi
Hams by night, aa'sho continuod her
teaebliiL's by light wood fires in a dark
I went home with her. Sho told me
all. I could know no more. Sho was
a lemmino Yankee Sho wanted
stamps. Home was nothing; she was on
tho make. Sue not had character mif-
(icient to teach sehool in New England,
sho was not nandsoire enough to go to
Now Orleans by pea and ride to hap
piness on llio "Evening Stur," so she
been mo a negro scboolist. As a beauty
she was not above par, nor much else.
As a schoolist she was not brilliant.
Smoked glass was not ncedod. As
lover of hams, sho was not severo, but
when It came to stamps, sho woro her
prettys all the time. Sho told mo hr
father's nnmo was Stone. Her name
wasPonmnah Stone. It was a Bible
name it meant Precious Stono. She
was a stono, Peninnah Ston.
Boing from homo I was not account
able, go I raado lovo to her. Wo wan
dered to her aboda. We courted till
morning. Then lwent with her
school. Sho moved among the Hams
liko a silver thimble in a dripping pan
ful of breeches buttons. She wrsn't
mu'di of a catch, but better than
catch. She was ktoutimndod. Uor
early year wcro spent iu chowing
gum, weeding onions, pounding stono
nna sucn iittio smuscwonis, lnciuoniai
to New England, coupled with psalm
eincinir and nravinc for damnation
rent upon all who were sinners.
' Penninnh was a sprightly sylph. She
could harness an ox, split rails, suck
hog and do nil manner or men music
Wo loved. It was a matter of profit
Leinir a New Entrlander, she had
heart. Simply n stono. Harder than
a brick. Mv cherished ono in
volume as vet unopened and unread
Ye walked nl out amone tho cabins
her lambs. She wa chief enrmcor
a nigger teaching shop, and of a
oil trunk. We meandered under
black iu';ks and honey suckles. Firnt
eho'd slinir her arms about my neck
and kiss me, then she'd kisa tho little
lambs. Siiid I:
'Tenmnah, sweet sne, why kissost
thou tho little ho thopiuns f
Tben she bent her eyes Into mino
"Tho more wo kis em lr more
hair oil, brass rintrs, photographs
plnvtuings wo sell em I
Ah, I sen tharmiug Fontnnah
kiss 'em all a rou.id- from cabin
cabine-llam to Ham from Infancy
M 4-ai sail ' swjswP
such is tliu kitigilom of New Euglund
and he Utopians are tno profit.
And we nt on a mosiy bank, watch
ing the litlbj Hams bulking in the sun
as they wallowed in tho warmth, and
thus twisting our lovo together. Saul
my sweet Pontnnah:
"Oh. Brick, its nico I Let ns wed
and be happy. Ml support you; I'm
i Yankee scboolist, not hiindHomo
enough to bo ornamental, or 1 should
huveirone farther South; but I'm scy
rrm on tho make. I'll make mutton
of the lambs in time. There's no need
of us at home, so I i iime here to make
money. I kiss the little Hams I pet
'em snd caress them I tell 'cm that
the irood Abraham was thoir Savior,
that he sent mo oo purpose; that I love
them so dearly ; that they are, oh so
swec to me, and that in a fow years
ench of them, malo and female, shall
bo in Congress from Massachusetts.
And I pat their heads and kiss their
lips, and sell them primers and renders
at flvo ha nil red per cent, profit, and
sell them 'purty things' nnd I fines
'em for not learning their lessons, and
sell each of 'em my photograph fur a
dollar, each ot them blue clay yrcase for
half a dollar a box. nnd tnanngo to did
dle the littlo Hams out of all their
stamps and to mako teaching a big
business. Ain't I a nice girl, dear, gen
tle Brick ?"
And sho kissed mo again nnd again,
till I had a linkofwool left on my lips,
when sho with a smile pillowed my
agile head upon her spiral indicator
and then went on: "Oh its nico to be
he thopinn scboolist. Wo are from
homo. We nro on tho make. Tiiero are
Homo teachers hero that nro good but
not sharp. They don't speculato as
wo do. Thoy simply teach for their
salaries. But th?y are not YnnKccs,
onh' half breeds. I can make enough
hero In a year, off nnd on, to buy a
plantation, then we'll setup for nabobs!
Let us wed. lou go North ns a
Sout hern loyalist ; I'll go North nsan
Injured fenuilo ; we'll do tho darkies,
nnd then do the soft ones in tho North.
This is n big business. I'm from New
England; on tho make; let's unite and
I'm to wed Tenninah. Sho is tho
most desirable darling. So sweet, so
kind, so financial in affections, such n
dovoted christian that I know I shall
be happy. And we'll be rich. While
I whine injured loyalty up North,
t'orujtriftn will th Itum. t.nrr
We'll soon "bo bondholders, fro from
taxation, nnd regular New England
Hrirttoorats. Bring me n little nigger
sweet little Unm I II kiss bun once
for Pctiinnnh. Mskingly thine.
Phillips once a gets
upon n rampage. Tho following is bis
last. After proline wholesale confis
cation and tho overthrow of SUte gov
ernments Soulb, ho says:
By appropriate classes tut down
State sovereignty to such small dimen
sions shnll leave no ground for rnco
hatred and clus legislation to stand
Tho traitor in the White House is the
nation's obtaclo nnd the rebel's bone.
Unless Congress deliberately intends
to waste the next two years, and rink
efeat in 18C8. it will impeach and ro-
movo tho inveterate nnd besotted rebel
nnd relieve us from the incubus of Kim
and his Cabinet. We venture the
assertion that leading men in the Re
publican party sco tho necessity of this,
., t ' i ; it.. -
niia iney reiuso to oo it, me buio rein
on will be fear of harm to that party
a fear which no evidence justifies
risk trifling beyond auequato de-
acription,unles8 their conauct makes it
Of course we do not mean that you
can safely impeach or successfully re
gist the President it the nation is to
follow the end and disgraceful exam-
nlo of Massachusetts. W hat Hit msti-
tion Frooinasonry illegal in Massa
chusetts, its very existonee a lie.mvites
a member presence at its unholy rites.
. . . . n r
What right has tho governor 01 Mas
sachuNetts to add dignity to such
The Stato officials and citv officials
crowd to givo importance to the occas-
niou. A Federal benntor adua to li
indorsement. Tho President of Har
vard College, of courso appears. The
chief of the clergy ( wheresoever the
carcass is tbero will the "vultures" be
gathersu together) contribute their
sunnort. Think of Seward, the first
... . .
stone ot whoso tamo wns tuo pretcbsion
of anti-Masonry, sharing in such
uiurnev I '
X know tho excuse, waiving mis,
contend that when Andrew Johnson
not the President, travels as a Free
Mt.son, to bo present at illegal rite
Massachusetts, there is no noeu
pretense of excuse for Magistrates
notice him. When those men wake
un to find how much added obstinacy
Andrew Johnson has carried homo
rora this eccassion, and how much
i opnlar opposition to him has been
culled 'bv such u Massachusetts Wol-
tome, they will recognise their folly
&i d their sin. , i
Men talk of an extra session to
a few days just to stop the leak Stan
bery has made in the Military Bill,
and theai t-irnrsj..
While Johnson holds itho White
House, Congress must encamp in the
Capitol. Members m.iy bo mustered
out or have lenvo of nbseneo when the
White House surrenderor id iloatmed.
Not until then.
Project for the Bridge Over the
'i he French papers describes an en
gineering project for a bridge across the
chuntiel instead of the long nieditited
tunnel beneath the channel, a French
engineer. M. Boiitet, now proposes
To build n bridgo broud enough to hold
.i..i.i t:. .. .:i .
u uuuuiv miu ui rAiiwuy, a carnage
rond, and a path for foot passengers.
Thcr" wouhl also be a space for a row
of chops along this Dover and Calais
road, which onco established, would
no doubt becomo a very popular
thoroughfare; nnd need we ndd tuu
sant nnd cafe? Tho bridge would rest
on n series of thirty-two vertical icc
tn.igtilur iron piles, cacti pile to be two
hundred meters in height and one hun
dred meters in breadtii. Tho depth of
the chattel between the two points se
lected is found to bo more than from
thirty to ihirty-six meters, so that the
bridge would be about ono hundred
and seventy meters above the level of
In laying down tho bridge, the first
step taken would be to connect tho
iron piles bv means of sixteen cables
of pluited wires, strotched In parallel
linos from Shnkespear's Cliff, on the
English sido of the channel, to Capo
Blanc Nea on the French sido, a din
trnco of thirty-three kilometres (about
twenty miles). I he body oftlio bridge
would thus be formed of iron tresses
stretched lrom pile to pile. M, Boutct
believes that be could hang v. suspen
sion bridgo nofoss tho channel from
cliff to clilf. Inhiscjcs it isonly a
question of proportion. If a v ire of n
certain strength nnd thickness will
hang extended bttween two given
points, then if tho strengt h and thick
ness of the wire be increased, the dis
tance between the points may bo in
creased, proportionately. However
n the project now before : the public.
the proposed bridge may bo looked up
on ns a succession of bridges from
pile to pile.
Several objection to tho bridgo arc
anticipated by' thu inventor, ami more
than provided against. The iron piles.
for instance, would not bo nieo things
u vneunU to run nffitinst, but thiy
would bo of great valiteus lighthouses,
and, accordingly ench pile would be
fitted with a signal light. The effct of
this A nglo French brid?eis estimated
at40i,UU0.OO0f.; and NLlioti'et, having
deposited his plans at tho Mimstery
Public Works, actually propose to
form a company with that amount
capital. It is snid thr.t, for the benefit
of tho incredulous, n practicable inodle
oftiio bridge is about to bo construct
ed across the Seine ut Paris.
A Terrible Mode of Warfare.
A Marseilles chemist bus invented
a kind of Greek fire by which he thinks
he can successfully oppose the ncedlo
gun. In ft letter to the Progress
Lyons, he describes this composition
"To give an idea of tho cfllcneyof
my discovery, 1 declare and am ready
to prove thut lean, at a distance
one thousand meters, envelope an ar
my of ono hundred thousand men In
sea ot Came within less than nvo min
utes. If a town has to be taken
assault I havo no need of a Rotop
schine, as I can set it ou firo in very
nearly the samo period. In a naval
battle I would run into the enemy,
aud in fifteen seconds cover allthedeck
ol the vessel-frith a torrent of flame
which would burn the riceine. peno
trate the decks, and Instantaneously
stifle all tho crew. In an attack c)r
tea port, I could burn town and nrsonals
within range with toe rapidity
lightning. With such means no wnr
is possible, as neither victors nor van
quished would return from thefiold
battle. As to the fortress ot .Luxem
burg, the subject of dispute at
present moment, 1 uudertake to rid
of its garrison in a quarter of an hour.
Goo'a Plan op Your Life. Never
complain of j'our birth, your training,
your employment, your hardships;
never fancy that you could ue somo
thing, if you only had at different
assigned you. God understand.
own p. an, tnd Ho understand:
you want a-groudoul bettor
von do. Iho verv things that
most tit preciute as lata! limitations
obstructions, aro probably what
most want. W bat you call hindrances,
obstacles, discouragements, are prooa
bly God's opportunities; ond it I noth
ing new that the patienv should
liko his medicines, or any certain
that thev nri poisons JNol A
to all such impatience I Choko
devilish . enemy-which gnaws
heart because you are not in the
lot with others: bringdown your
. r . a. . . O
or rather, oring id u to io'juivu uuu
will, aud do His work iu youf lot
jour sphere, under your cloud
against your temptatious;
then you shall find that your condition
isnover opposed to yovirjgood, butreaK
lv fxwieuvnt. with ihM-D. B'h'',l
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Oaeeelnaaa a yeeer
Half a eolamtbon jm( , .
Quarter col urea oat year
Special Notices, per Has
ft 11 si nest Card f not mora tkaa l Its.
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Marriage aad death notinee free.
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Sii.knt Inilcenck. The liev. AJ.
bcrt Barnes ssys: "It ia the hobbling
stream thut flows gently, tho little riv
ulet which runs along day and night
by tho farmhouse, that is useful, rath
er than the swollen flood or warring
cataract. Niagara excites our wonder
and wc stand un.uzod at the power
and groatness of God there, as He
pom s it from tho hollow of His hand.
But one Niagara is enough for the
continent or tho world, whilo.the
wirao world requires tb.oai.iods aud
tens of thousands of silver fountains
and gently flowing rivulets that wa
ter every farm and meadow, and oyery
garden, and shall flow on every iday
and night with their gentle, quiet
beaut. So with the acts of our livos.
It is not by great doeds, like thoso of
tho martyrs, that good is to -be done,
but by the daily and quiot virtues Of
life, the Christian tompor, ' the good
qualities of relatives and frionds."
Tar. Ce LtsTi.il, Stati. Old Riok
cits was a man of labor, and has little
or no timo to devote to speculation ou
the future. He was withal, rather
uncouth in the use of language.. One
day, while enguged in stopping hog
holes about his place, he was approach
ed by a colporteur, and presented with
a tract. , -
"What's all this about?" deronndod
"Thut, sir, is it book describing the
Uoiestial btafe, was the roply.
"Celestial State!" said Ricketts ia
what section is that?"
"My worthy friend, I fear you have
"Holl, never mind, interupted
fiicketta, "I don't want to hear about
any better Siato than Pennsylvania.
I intond to livu nnd die right here, it
I can keep thom darned hog out!" ' . ..
Flatteiuno. A committee of tie
Illinois Legislature vidlted the Asyl
um at Jacksonville, during the lost
session of tho. Legislature. A rather
unitizing incident occurred while tho
coinmitico was going through, th
buildings. Oneof the honorable mem
bers from Cook county was among the
party. One of the insnno men wh
had evidently been something- ofa
politician, approached the Chicago
legislator und said:
"Ah, how do you do sir? 'You got
ulocted t lust, didn't you!" '
Iho honorable drew himself up
with a consequential and piiUoLitiujf
ir. ami aunt: - .
t)li, yes, I got elected." "
Tliu crazy man replied : .,.
"Yes, you did. A grout many fooU
aro getting elected now."
LuVE. A complaint of the .heart,
growing ou t oi un inordinate lunging
ufier something dinicult to obtain. It
attacks persons of both sexes, generally
between the ages of fourteen and thir
ty; somo have beeu known to have it
at the age ot sixty.
symptoms Absence of mind; giving
things wrong names; calling tears
nectar, and sighs xephyrs; gating on
the moon and stars; tooth ache; bleed
ing of t he nose; loss of appotite ; neg
lect of business; a lotbing for all thing
save one; bloodshot eyes, and a con
stunt desire to sigh.
Ljjtcts A strong bead ache, pulse
high; stupidly eloquent eyes; sleepless
ness, and all that sort of thin?. At
times, imagination bright ; bowers of
roses, winged cupidi and buttered peaa,
nhd then again, oceans of despair,
racks, tortures, and hair-tnggsred pi
Cure. Got manned. If that don't
euro you, it will at least open your
It "peaking ot Andrew Johnflyu, th
Columbia Vtty JiepuUUcan, edited by a
pcttitbger at a salary of two hundroi
andnrtypor anuni, saytna "ho na
dishonored tho American flag; he baa
dishonored tho memory cf Lincoln; h
is a villain and a demagogue. Justm
demands a Erutvs." Here i an en
couragement for a second John Wilkes
Booth, to lmniortnliso himselt by as
sassinating tho President. The Re
publican in extremely Radical in its
politics and in giving uttorancotQ
tucso atrocious and murderous senti
ments, spunks the feelings of thousand"
ot Radicals, who lack but the courage
to show their bund.. Should John.
son ba uituhimteJ, tho Radicals wilt
rear no ndvnnlago tnerefroiu, but on
ly load thcmselvus with infumy. W
shudder nt th thought,'- that there
should be in thin enlightoned age, men
mo debased i t . oncourae assassin
ation. Ft. Way i 4 Democrat. J '
.1 v-. . ' '' "
It is noticed with surprise in ' iOm
quarters that all the ferocity show
toward the Indians in tha west cornea
from civilians. Tho soldiers treat the
question in a very different ' temper.'
Thero is nothing- surprising in tbJs.
It ha always been eo. Soldiers ' jir-(
the lit3t to deal harshly with a foe---cspeciall'
with foes weaker than them-'
telves. At the "south it is stated. ttut-A
it is thbso who stayed at homeland not'
thoso who fought in th rebel arml'
who are now most hostil . to th
Union; and at the North it ia th same,
class who are most bittey V-vrd te
f?Un.h AVar y ..TVjomi..