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ITOILUJKD 1TZRT THDH8DAT MORKINO.
r-n year, payable lo adrane . - - f 1 00
01 all Anntlia, payable In edraur - - - 1 to
rtk' tart niuutb. iieyMeiwaJasnce ... 60
JXStril j), KELLY, Editor.
tfof.-r.fl t" r ow' ipon tbe smoothest fat n
J fy.-ni t!p- i ftre weA hy- imlng 1r. fill.
HIVR'H KKSTAtltlTUKK CAflLf.AIRB tli
tout wonileifn) ilia.Tr in modern sclji c,jm t.
trg npon the Brilrd lol flair 'fn in aiinn;' nnriicn-
InMaMdtiMP It I... 1 ...J I L .
farle amH.oenton with tlir ntit Snttcrlne: uc. :
-...- . (. - irrrii Mv ,.J rill I OI
'I pntchaeer will he" rftrrjt ;nd If
Arttise) tWi-!lm In not s:ive n In erery Initanr
the money will l cheerful; rtfuinled. Prict br
. i . i-i ..... i .. . . i & i . . '
ninii.piiKij iiu xiinMi, vi. ne unpuve circn
ernd Utimniav mailed free. Addre BKIt
RR. KHUTTrt A.4W tnenil.ua, N W Hvcr
trees, Troy, N Y. 8ol agouu fur the (Jilted
'Heparator " Canilli." 1
thrw iwir your false frisies, your switchss,
your, wig ,
Instructive of comfort, and not worth" fig j
fWi' youthful, com ugly and
And rJo!ejn jrouT own Juiuriarthair, . , .' 0
! r ' , . , 1 .-.
Tor restoring hair upon bald heads (from
JkiUTMiuun it may have fallen outl and
farcing a growth of hair upon tha faae, it bi
quel. It will force, iha beard to grow upon
tha aroootbatt face id from five to tght Weeks,
T hair upon bald head in from two to thre
anontha, A Tew ignorpnt practitioner hare as
serted that there is nothing that will fore or
hasten tha growth of tha hair or beard. Their
Mwtiom r false, a thousands of living wit
nesses (, from thir own experience) can bear
witness. But many williiy, bow are we to dis
tinguish tb ienuiii from the spurious! It
rtainly is difficult, as nine-tentha of the dif
Sertnt Preparation! a.ivarined for th hair and
heard are eulirnly worthleta, aud you may ha
already thrown way large amount in. their
furchate. To aurh we would aay, try th IU
fcarator Ctpilli'i It will coityou noibinguultn
n fullr cornea up to our refireseutatioim. If
;or Druggitt Hotnot keep it, aend in on dol
ir and we will forward it, pottpaid, together
with a recrpt for the money, which will b re
vrned you oo application, providing titir
aiiafaci ion i not given. Addreaa,
W. L. CLAUK k CO., Chemlata,
Ko. I Weat Fayatt Street, 8raicra, W. T.
. fb. 8 ljr.
Tim World Astonished
4 tb woroanrvL iitiatior
MADE BY THS GREAT A6TR0LCG1ST.
' lUtfaaie' II. A. FERHISO.
he raveala sacral tliatmortalarer knew. She
(store lo bsppineia hose who, from doleful
vents, catastrophes, crosses in love, los of ra
Utions and friends, Ion of money, Ac, hsv
Womi deapnuHent. flie brings together those
luog asperated, give information concerning
hsent triends or lovers, restores lost or stolen
property, tells you the biiaiuesa you are beat
qualified lo piimu and in what you will be auc
aessful, cauee speedy marriages and tells you
tha vary day you will marry, givca you th
m, likenessand cbaracteriiilicaor the person,
th read your very tuuu;bl, and by her al
most supernatural powers unveils the dnrk and
bidden Biyaterles of the future, from thestara
t see in the firmament the nmleCe atara that
vtcotn or pr'lo:ninate in the configuration
from tb aspects and positions of the l ionet
and the fixed stars m the heavens at the time
f birth, she deduces tb future destiny of man.
Tall not to c onsult the greant Astrologiat ou
rtb. 'It oosis you but a tril!e,and you may
aver again have so favorable an opportunitv.
Consultation Ire, with likvneta and ail deaired
aformaiou, 11., Parties living at a d alance
! ciu!'. tb Madam by mail .tb equal
aNiy ud latieiartioo tn tbruiselvs, aa i; in
rn. A luil and explicit vhart, written out,
all inijuiriea ausners't and iikaurts enclos
jn sent v uuail ou rei eipl of price alive meu
tt:iad. Tli strictest sacreay will bs maintaiii
4, nd si) corraapo jdeuoe returned or (U. troy
eel. Ksferabees ol tbe biKhest order furuiabed
aoi (Uaiiing them. Virile jdaluly the day of
tike montn and year in tuicli you were Doru,
tv.loaing a small lock of hair.
Addreee, Midaiix II.' A. PEHB160, '
P. 0. l ua 3v.H, BurriLO, N. T. .
bt shwa beatiful and fair,
With starry eyas, and radiant hair,
Wbns aurling tendril soft, entwined,
Xnefaanetd th very heart and mind,
CRISPEIl COMA. ,
Tec rorlipg th Ilairof either Sex into
Wavyand fjlofv Itingle'a
...... . '., CurU. .. ......
, By asing this article La'dies and OenOemen
eu beautify themaelvea a thousand fold. It is
tjbeonly article iu thowurld that will curl straigh,
hair, and at tb seruo time give it a beautilul
glossy ppeuraiirs. ' The Cnsper Coma notnnly
eurls the bair, but invigorates, beautifies and
alaauses it) is highly and delightfully purfum
d, apd i th most cmileeartiole of the kind
vr ufferad to tha AnieFican.publin. TheCria
scr Coma will be sent to any address, sealed
ond postpaid for$I. 5 . (
Address all rra1 era to i
-W. L. ri.AIth" A CO., Chemists,' '
JTo. t West Jv.i Street, fcrsiCtsa, N. T
fl'eb. 8 Ivr.
AutinrUi Coldn. riaicn A Silken
Cut lis, ,
PRODUCED bv th nsn of Prof. DEBIIE0X
FRISEIt I.E CilEVKUX. One application
warranted to curl the most tr:iiglit and stub
born hair of either six imo wavy ringlet, or
heavy massive curls. Kua bccn uncd by the
faahionablea of Purisand Loudon, with the uiohI
f ratifying roaults. Ikies po injury tn the hair,
'rlt by mail, sealed snd post imiillfl. IVserip
live (Mrnulurs mailed io. Address BEKtiKIt,
PHUTTS A CO., Chemists, Uo. 2H5 ltiver Bt.
Trov, N. Y Bole agents for tha United Blutes.
fob 8lyr.. ..j - . , ;
pPreo t Eycry , Body.
A Ltrira 8 pp-Circular, giving Information of
In gresLMt jmyurtaot )o tb joiinj ,pf tetb
It teaches how the homely may heroin hrantlfnl
ad tkt deapittd epctd,'., and U ; for aaken
No yrning ldy.ir gciUmul sbftald fall to send
their Addreaua, and id eive a copy poet-paid, by
wtornm.il Add P.V.Uraw:!,)
fkM) lv7, JJ, .
! i , n i,uK turn.
I Hit r,.'l'.' i,i ( ..! .
111 01? K OI trf-f '..(
lit.' I r i f' .ei
C1J .riTh lf7 A
august i, i867.
t. w. Wi'Oll.
Jkh'j, 'tf. ' j i ' . iir; i..
(torarjg j nd foci:sclcri ftt.Liff,
" M'COSNELSVU.Ltc;!0!IIO. ; ' "
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'ic Vi . ' ' I i ,. ' 1 . '
F.WrONI), Notary Public
a. a. ivaks.
a. l. jinn,
..EVANS & JON ES,:
ATTOKiN 7 AT LAW,
OFFICE; oni door Weht of Robcrttdn'i
.iiw. u iJDtvy Store, ' '
. M tO.WEI.SHLI.i:. OHIO.
;)r. W. N, flAMBLCTON
a.i continues to offer M professional
MtsS-CYn srrvlcea to the put.llc in all tli
XtilXij varietiesai.dslyUsof DKNTlsTIlY
avr rartiriilar attention given tn tb cunntruc
tluu of tlk 011 I1UHIIKR I'LATK.8.
- . O F F I C E :
Center Street, ftl'lonucli Illc, O.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, -S.
OVER WOOD A POND'S LAW OFFICE.
Invlteathe attention of all whowUh to obUin
that will W autl'S satlaftctle. Mr motto la
"To glv satisfaction or no chare "
CEXTKR ST., Xear Steamboat flmrf
9. E57CALF, Trop'r B. D. 5JETCALF, (Tk.
tar The alior honas la rnniiniidlona.witli good
HI AKI IN'i connected, fiperial effoita Will he
made to supply the wanta of rnesti.
CEXTER ST., Krar Sttamlont Wharf
il 'CON N ELS V I LLE, OHIO,
. II AI1TI 1.5. - - - - I'rppriHor.
This hi-iiae t.aa Jnat. been rcfimlbed and fitte.l
up lt the bent style, and every effort will b made
to MC'Unllioilnte ilie iriiveliiirf politic.
joa a. aaNNA.
Jnasru a. Iii.LY.
HAN N A A KK L L Y,
kXVru Knd C'cunvellora - at l.r,
v McCON'NELOVIlLE, O.
(irn.'Esi Easna'a olJ Officr. Center St.
V. A, SII.L
F. SILL fc CO.,
Dry Gooda, Crorrrln, Kotltnt. Tfnrar, Tranki
II0U8S FUUNIB11INO OOOD8,
tfislt l aeut llonae, n'(.ennelsvtlle,0
. R. KELLY,
IPliysician anl Burgeon,"
Special attention given tn the treatment 01
Profrasional calls promptly responded to.
OFFK'E Suuihn rst Corner of thePublie Sqnnre.
J. KWING, Ma D.,
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE, in EuU Eocm of Hannn'i Law llailding,
asVprdfossional Call promptly attended to-
ptr- Particular attention' given to Diseaaes
of the Luugs and Chronic Disease.
RESIDENCE, at the Tatteraon Hon, vr
Adam A Kahler's Btore.
PhysJcIan und Surgeon,.
KcsptotftiHy offcrabta Profession! aervk to lh
citiaviia of M'Connelavilt and vicinity.
OFFICE, FKONT BOOS OVER STONE'I RTOKB
1. ft ,i , ti.. I " ' a .7 ili air-.
Wber h cm b found it all times,' As? r argal
w ban nut profsMtocsUg aAesatw r
V.i 1j. LEW IS & COi, .,
. DEALERS IK
FAf.M IMPLEMENTS, AND SEEDS,
No. C5 Main Street;
ZISEITILLE, O II I O.
Agents for the"5UCKEYE MOWER''
JAMES WATUI.Vg, .
Ur. Vtatkin Ware pli-smr In lolormlng th
Cltlsms of tl.ia town am) vicinity that he is aol
agent lor the l.orillard Fir loxiirancr Company,
and or lh Uouj luaurauce Compsny.
CFPJCH, Above the Book Siore sf Adair Broi
THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Win . C. T ii E S I Z ID
' atlll continue to acctntnodt lb pnbllo with
PUoToonAPus, ' '
' ' . ' ' OKMtJ, Ac,
hli'h cannot b rnrpnsafd anywhere.
BST II baa pttleoteil arrauremen' wbcehy
any one cun he acconiniodatcd wiib tli fl beat of
nil paintings and lii'lla Ink Work.
ItOO.TlS.ln J.i'.Moue'n Rulldlnp;,
North Crnter Btrect, over Boone'a f sddlcr rihnp.
W. . SILL.
. t. poira.
BALL APOW Eli,
ATTORKRTR AT LAW,
OITIr?! Over (oiie'a Store.
H. B. VINCENT.
VT. A. VINCENT.
U. B. VINCENT i BKO.
Clock, TTitU Iicn, and Jrrlry,
RILTER AND SILTKK-l'LATED WARE,
MA h'VFA vrUJtms 0 tICTVRE FX A MES
Watches, Jwlry and Musical Instruments re
paired "MORRIS BLOCK." Bcl'onnclKvilic. Olile.
h ix ri;ioii iituiE. v
Soldfrra 11 u 4 Tlicir Ucatlttite
Vldowa and OipliHnN llobba d
ol M0O,;()O -u-iililt'uii tvut
OftlclHla the lriio(ratoia.
The Ohio Statesman Iiuh jtmt re
TtuloiJ a tuct wliicli m ill ulriLo tliu tiuli
lic with utter atnuzoiucnt and wliicli
niUMt damn to evcrlastinj iul'atny the
Auditor of SluU', the, Attorney
GciktuI and the Svcrctury of Stale, of
:he St.ite ol Olno.
All our ruudcra know that tho pooplt
have Lou tuxisd to riiinu a fund tor t te
tupport of "the wido'vu and oi phuna
(un tliu laws read) of iIiomu who foil in
delVuse of tho nation." Tliitt.wna
clu'tilully jmid by the people. The
war look Irom fuiuil lea the husband
aiud fulher, and whyn ho pcritthi-d hia
wilo and 1 hildrvit wore otten made
beggara utterly doaUluto. Those who
it in Muid, died 01 privation in Ander
aonville and Libhy, ninl thone who
fell in bat tie, wi re promised that tlnir
wives and children should be provided
Tho people of Ohio, in good faith,
paid the Money ersontia! to aupport
the five thousand destitute widows and
orphans of soldiers, whom official re
ports show to nxist in Ohio.
Kight b undredJtbouKinid dollars were
thus raised to buy brua i and clothing
for women and children whone bus-
L J . I 1
nanas ann iainera nave laul Uowiitheii
lives at the bidding of the Republican
Tiie officials above named, acting as
Fund Commissioners, lawless, and in
violation us well of our common hu
manity aa oi" the pi jtlged faith of tho
people and the Slatea, acitod this mon
ey, paid it out for some other purpose,
and left the widow, and orpnans of
thoso who died atLibby and Anderson
ville, or who loll at Amietarn, Gettys
burg and ulsow here, to their destitu
tion and poverty - their huncr a nd
These are tho men who howl about
hungry prisoners in Libbyand Antler,
son ville, at t10 very time they are tak.
ing tho last morsel of food from tho
widows and orphans of those who pcr
ishod in prison!
These aro tho men who say in their
party platform that they uwe a debt ol
tjiatitudo to soldiers, and pledge to
their widows a "substantial support I"
. What soldier wi.M vote with a party
which thus robn thehelpless families of
his dead comrades! . JJo trna solder
will do it! Vtirion Democrat.
Card Rncitjr.TTi. The following,
from an exchange paper, tray be 1
interest to. onr lady readers who fre
qncntly go nflt to "make rails :" "A
plain card denote a pass-.Tig call J f he
lower right hand eomcr turned down;
a vmit; left hand lower corner, condo
lence right hand upper corner, brtsi
ness; left hand upper, corner, adrcu."
- ' ti' ' ' . 1 . . m a '1 1 . , '
: Tutu is a firm fu Klgin, II!.; known
as "Gray A Lnnt." Half thoJr letters
vVHttn4ir)a "La,y (innt"
CORRY O'LANUS' EPISTLE.
The Ministers and their Wages
Shepherds and their Flocks—A
Business like Suggestion for
the Churches—General Observations
on Salaries, and a New
Subject for Discussion.
I do not think that I ever regretted
that I was'ut brought up for the min
istry. , . .
i don't think the ministry lost any
thing by it either.
Yet I sometimes sympathised with
the dominies, and have tuken a deep
interest in the discussion of your cor
respondents aboot minister's salaries.
A uiiuistor has to put up with a good
deal. . . , ! ,...; ,.-' ,
lie can't smoke a cigar.
. Curl his hair. . , ;
t Wear kid gloves!. ,,, ; ' ..!..,.
(Take a Jriuk. . , , 1
. Kxprusa his views on politics.
Or "go to the Opera.
"Without some blohsed old Iloacon,
or otherwise, raising a row about it,
boring the newspapers, or a Clussis or
. And now some old sorcheuds are
growling about their pay.
Thin brings up the wuges question.
As men of other callings havo com
bined to ruiao their sularies, the minis
lers oiuht to form a trades' union to
reguhtio th'irs. .
Even the homcpnihio doctors went
into a wages movement.
That move bad its advfllitages.
Making bieknesa more extensive might
encourage people to keep well.
Ministers on the whole are much
cheaper than doctors.
And tho worst of it ia you . can't get
along without a doctor in the family.
A minister's work wears bettor than
I called on a minister once in com
pany with Mrs O'Lanus just before
sho came Mrs. O'L.
In flvo minutes he translated us from
a singlo stato blcsaudnei s to the united
state of wedlock.
It was a very complete job and I
think it will last me tor life.
And it only cost ten dollars, inclu
ding an il 1 11 in i 1111 tod certificate.
Tho consequences of that maneuver
have boon expensive. .
But iJiat was none of the minister's
business. It was my risk.
" The minister asked mo before I
was fully committed, whether I was to
take tho responsibility, and not till I
had, in. the presence of wiinessea. de
clared my resolution was fixed, did ht
Contjn mo to my fute.
1 beur no malice against him.
Getting married ia like buying your
own cloth and taking it to a tailor to
make up. The artist may warrant the
workmunship but he ia 'tot responsible
for the wear of tho material.
It is about the etimo with preaching.
You emi t turn out a good job with
A minister can't always select his
coi)grrj.riainn, and he has do the best
witli what is act before him.
I huv'nt heard any complaint front
economist about the expinsa of cost
ly buildings, grand organs or operatic
Somo people like to live in brown
stone mansions, decorated with gor
geous furniture, regardless of expense,
but havo very ecnomicai ideas about
the cook's wage.
And some evidently tak this idea
lh church business sine th
church bus got to be so math cf a bu
siness, might bo ysteTiiatisel.
Let people hav what they want and
There might be a tariff of pew rents
to accommodate the purse, the tast, or
A TABLt Of FEW BINTS.
Iik the following for each denomina
Tlain preaching and singing in a flail d .
old si vie iei' annum fit
IiiUti' ditto, with organ and aisls carpets lis
pit tn, ditto, with improved architecture and
Ministerial eloqueae with tk bev isa
W'th operatic choir fa
With politics added 1
With occasional sermon e murder, a)
ether interesting topics nf the day Its
All the modern improvemrate, inrlndiag
big organ and aa aanual beenplia te
: the Llutr Jt
I'ruuchors could b divided into
classes like our public school teachers,
and paid according to their grad.
Then people could select their spirit
ual comforts according to their pnnses,
.their psrsonat taUs, or ideas of econ
omy. Plainly, this is what ion of oar
, Some want elegence of surroonding
gilt edged hymn hooks, and intellect
and cnltnre in thepnlrnt. ;
Let them hav theee thing and pay
Why not, so long as the crand con
solations of th great truth are to b
hurt without pa? or price by all who
trofy seek I hem?
The h'jpherd ithonld beworthyof hi
flock, and if hi lambs , hav golden
floecM.why shoald h not partake of
their jvrppcnty, ana hold his heaa
among men as on who is deemed
worthy of so preoton a charge?
Ton will perbtB iar from tk ffr)
I am , in favor of lar&o salaries.
I never objected to k larg salary.
I am not capable of it.
Man wants but little hero below,
but at present prices that little costs a
Besides what a man wanf here are
the wants of his family, and families
And the more they grow the more
I expect minister's families are very
much likd other men's families.
And I know what my family is.
Not that I wish it understood that
Ms. OLanui is otherwise than the
economical of women, and that she
makes all kinds of shifts to save ex
pense, making the ohildern's clothes
over, a"nd pntchinir Themistoclcs' pan
taloons an long the stuff will hold to
gether, which is not very long, as his
mothers says he is tho hardest child
on clothes she ever saw, and it's as
much as she can do working night and
day. to keep him looking decent.
Not at all.
But children will be children at
lesst till they grow up and know bet
ter, and have to earn their own living.
Consequently, you see how it is, and
wiiy men particularly married men
with families and singular as it may
seem, most mairied men do have fami
lies want all the salary they can ret.
I expect if I had been a minister it
would have been just the same.
A soon as your correspondents set
tle to their own. satisfaction and the
relief of your readers, the question ol
ministers salaries, 1 sutrefst as the
next subject for discussion, th pay of
Il ia a subject 1 shall take a deep
interest in, as I think of coming a
comic writer myself.
Serious literature d6n't py.
[From the Cleveland Herald.]
Rick Joke on a Husband-Important
Change of Programme.
A man and wifewho have been liv
ing on the West Side, not on the most
peaceable terms, separated th other
day, and, as the sequel shows, the
wite whom he had taken "for better or
worse" got th best of it. Having con-
verted considerable or his property in
to cash, with the view of an ultimate
separation from her, he plaeed the
money 14,200 in Government bonds
between the fining outside of tr
vest, taking care tohav the aperture
which reached the depository carfally
sewed up by a woman with whom he
wa at peace, or in other words, had
buried th hatchet. The woman,
doubtless believing she wouldevento-
slly bo well paid for her trouble, told
it to a fiietid, with an injtinetion 4,not
to whisper it for the world." That
friend repeated it te another in whom
she had the utmost confident', with a
simular injunction, and the secret (?)
finally leaked inlnthe wife ear. One
night, while her husband, who, like
"Jlugengrunts,, m the Black Crook,
occupied "separate apartment," was
sleeping soundly, sh stol into hi
room, carried away th vest, and
quickly transferred th money to hr
bosom, (perhi ps.) replacing it with a
medical almanac. In th morning th
husband happened to b unusually
cross. A quarrel ensued, followed by
an actual eeraration, ho going to the
depot, and he to a National bank to
draw the interest on the bond. At
th depot h informed a ftind of th
separation, and patting his almanac,
said sh would regret the course h
had taken, for he had all tb "stamp!"
Swearing he would never retnrn, he
took the Toledo train, with from 930 to
1100 in hi pocket, and has not been
heard from sine. Probably h ha
not yet had the occasion to use th
"stamps" in his vest. Ilia wire has
gone to her friend in Indiana with
nearly 14 500, including the interest,
which wiil buy her a inusr home, or a
ioaen divorcee in that State, if she
hod happen to gt any mora anroly
Mart years ago, when then
wer condemned to sufTer by th
had more ehoie than they hav
f tlv particular tree upon w hich thy
honld t" hanged, a Highlander was
sentenced to death for som trim or
other, of whieh he had been found
guilty. Th jttdg, after passing the
sentence, id, addressing the prisoner,
"DoneJd, it only remain for you to
choowe the tree npon which you are to
b hane-l." "Well, well," raid Don
ah, '-if her aiaael maun he handed she
be in no way particular; but for 'a
that, her nina-el will just choose a gro
nebush," (gooeeberry bush.) The
judge whereupon . remonstrated with
him, saying, ' It would not b large
nongh." "Oehl" eaid Donald, "ah
be in oo horryj; h will jut wait till it
Torrcm femal doctor, a London
Journalist gallantly exclaim: ' "Letn
hav female doctors by all mean. If
we are to be precpited into our grave
before th tim, hl it V ut, re by ft-msiaVAtMa,
..ami . JBWtiieii VMp Wm.mjG&m
UATKi OK AUYKtfTiaiXtf.
On eslaare to year
' MS a
Half oolamaoa ynar et W
Qaarter sotoma en year - - . m MM
Hpeoial Notioes, pr lln . ft
Bnainee Card of ot more tbaa g tiaa
for en year . . .
Marriegs tad death notices free. ' ' "ltr
[For the Marietta Times.]
Life as it Is.
What is life H Is a mixed nun. fhll
of joys, sorrows, sunshine, shadows.
rough place and smooth nnei, high
places and low ones hard nlaeea and
soft ones, tjood people and bad people.
mm vuen nuu now ones, smart onesana
dull ones, merry ones and sad one,
gay ones and obcr ones. There are
also, black, and white, red, and yel
low, nd spotted people, all making
and contributing a pari of life. Then,
teil me, is not life's cup somewhat mix
edl But after all. would we haver it
otherwise? do wo not enjoy it bottor
as it is? e lovo mixtures. Whan
we drink our coffee we want it mixed
with sugaand cream. Wo scarcely
cat anything but what is mixed -more
or less; so it is with all oar drink.
Even our very clothing is a mixture
of kinds and colors too endless Or te
dious to enumerate. Indeed, evrrv-
thing at all connected with life isa
mixture, and without it, lifo would
have so much sameness and monotony
about it, we would find it almost unen
durable. .Seoing then that life is, and
must bo a mixluro, whv not take it aa
it is, without so much murmuring and
complaint? Our sorrows, our disap.
fiointinents, cares, joys, pains, . buffet
nur. unsand downs, if firODarlrviawed
and appreciated, only the better fit
and qunlify us for that life beyond,
prepared for the faithful by Him who
aid, "Blessed are yo when mail shall
persecute you and say all manner of
evil against you falsely for my sakv
for trreat is your rownrd in Heavon."
Iheo, let us rejoice because life is a
mixed cup; for, if tho mixturo bo bitter
and wo endure it bravely, with a good
purpose always in viow, so much pur
er and sweeter will bo th contents of
that cup we ihail drink in our Father'
house above. Friend, brother. orow-
ing ones! cohbo thy murmuring; dry
up tny tears ot disappointment; lua i
as it should bo; God has mad it all
right, let us thank bin for it. and re
joice in the blessing) lie has so richly
bestowed upon ut. Db. BEAN.
Eight Hour Men.
Tbisi are follows who want 10 hoar
pay for 8 hours work and they cover
it with a pretonso that they noed tha
tim saved to improve their minda,
Such men as Ben. Wade, whose heart
ache for the working men, while they
themselves live ou Treasury pay, join
in the humbug,. Are these fellow
anxious about other people' mind's?
Will they agree that the Aitchen girls
shall hare the same time, Mid begin to
light the fires and cook Breakfast at
the samo hour he goes to work, and
shall she quit also when he knocks off
for dinner? The farmer must work,
not only ten hours a day, but oftoa
twelve hours. And on Sunday be
must feed his animals and if storm
prevail he must go out, shock hi
grain and rake his hay and get up hi
tock. Out of the on hundred and
sixty eight hour in the week, th
farmer must work full seventy; but
these eight hour fellows refuse to work
thanes, and then they must quit at i
o'clock on Saturday, so that they may
go to ba ball, and totbe grocery, and
improve their minds, nod Anally Mj
get ao rfflie.- Urbana Union. .
How Indian Wars Are Brought
Tho New York Tribunt of Wadns
day tell a word of truth in th follow
ing ia relation to th Indian war th
peculator are usio; their bet en
deavors to get np :
Tb ecial dispatch to th Utrali
announcing th reaasor of Bishop
Lamy and ten Sisters of Charity by
th Indiana, prove, Iik br-fuurth
of th Indian new, to bo utterly with
out foundation. In tact, th Indiaa
news, a wall as th Indian war, i ia
th main manufactured by dishonest
speculators, who make profit out of tb
military movements oa th INain. -There
i. nothing thr dread more
than peare. There i nothing they
which they ckmo, and xnnavr,
and li so eagerly so for a good, long
bloody war. The Indian Peace Cobs
miseionera, appointed under th recent
act 01 Congrese, r about entering
upon their duties, ad w trust they
will devote a good hr of Attention
to th deviltry of th Government con
tractor and other speculative campj
who hav brought upon u moot of th
E resent trouble, aad ar trying te
WOT The cot of living ia California
where gold and silver dollars xist
contrast strangely with th extraordi
nary rate of produce in tblat. . The
Califitrnta Farmer of Baa FrancUoe,
!ive th following quotations: Wha4
175 per 100 pounds; rye 1123 pet
100 pounds; flour 15 to 96 per barrel;
hay 17 per ton ; salmon ft cent apouud;
bntter 20 cents; cheese 12 cents ; wool
17 to 20 cents a pound; and other ar
ticle of living in Iik proportion.'. If
onr greenback war to he displaced by
a specie currency represent od. - th
law value, w might have prime '
essariee of life as reeoaWe af
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