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BY 'JOHN II. OBERLY &.C0.
CAIRO, .ILLINOIS, MARCH 8, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT,
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and Wash
AgenlN fsr Kork HlTcr I'npcr
ISHpHHJ I nUCHIUIIIg Jt en UIICl
fJIW. John' ImprvMl Hnf.
BOOTS iiKIl SHOES.
tflttl IMWER HAI.OO.V "
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r
uwo mt., bet. 4th nnd (Hit Sin.,
tsrieniuei,lilw'lih id ehoI'Mt Liquors or
all klnda. 'astd ticWItut Cleira tfaiary hn.n l.
ttth hctttn theellj
Call mi l c for
TOIIN IIYLAXD'N SALOON
toaappllrd with all klndi !
Beer, waVX aflao..
O.V UMMKHIAJL A VK.M K
"" il(cn Xlxnui u4 NlnlhBlrU, ;
T thlrttjr, who lo rooJ li.ioi, mioii) J eito
Mm a 011, aaij lliont ho want
Caa ban Ihalr waata iur.hfj at In. Ur.
lroprUlor or lh
BlUUri Hrm and Bar Kwa
gKWIXCi M AIII.i:.S.
THE DAVIS VKKTICAL t'ED
Tke i'eiRBifteat. Mlmplfst and lie
ffewlf Machine la Use.
Cor. 8th St. & WashiDgton Ave
Tho .If unti l for llio DAVIR HKW1.NO MAI'll.
INK In I In. AlUulie btlltr.. wliorn I tinv nm )l
knuwn, and wtiirn Iher iihul ull Uliiri", l
KrraUr tltitn run Im liili..
Itnur.r fill in uy kmil -f work. II l.lm.l,
t'Oliai.uiiifoi a iw .iron,- pirn, nnj n rfll4l.
Ircu f.n'.a mo run uirr k miii. nnn in uiru cur
li. r. HllliniilrhmiB ol ulllrli or Irn.inn.
Clotlilnic hiiiI liii.r.i iriaiiiifiuturi.r rofrlt lo
II mtr., nl lint li bjmt tha Uiint; fr r.mllr
Rawing .....rywiy hh i BfKii.iwir'it. hiut exam
Mrxri. Iltj.lff lino rI iiun ni l tillorfnl
Pljlf. ui fdlt.li,
u.l ru.ntfulljr luiilu ullulm
BEST SEWING MACHINE
aUiiuiV.ik.M (oKivn Ilinoi cull U-forc pnn'luifc-
t'al .and tiqt u. Circular.
OIllO IiKVEIJ, VAIRO.
FULTON k HONSs - - l'roprlet or
Me.tra. VullonA Beat are prepared to furnlth
all klmU of Hour of the beat quality, and alto
Mill Feed of all Ulmla. Oraliam Flour, lotackn
or In leva quantitr, made from too beat Whita
Tl aM Hollow Ware, Clothes TYrlBger 8
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RHUfeii. Air urates.
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheetlron
MW. IWW. JtP'aH" J1YO
jahifafk MtAliortMt ReUca.
, 4 HI'
Juuor. Joii.v A. McClkrnanh pro
poses to deliver an addres nl tho Htalc
capital on the subject of tMvorninoiital
and legislative powcrw. Tho State lltij:
- t -
tho public that Judge McClornand ha,
mado this subject ono of his particular
htudic.s, and that fow men have duno a.s
much to niahler it Kubtlctic nnd none
have done nioro. We have no doubt
tho .Judge will gay much that will con
tain new information for a majority of
thu members, of the J.ogislature, hut wo
must educate oursolf up to the belief
that lie can euy anvthin" that will be
eitlicr lrc.-Ii or oriL'inal. In the first
place, the kubject ix "flat. Male
and uiiprofiLihle;"nnd, in the next place,
the Judgo will Hpuak with the voice of
a man who helievci in the people and
their nbilltv to control their own affair
with wi.-dom and to their own advan
taye. How, then, can it be expected
by any cano man that the proposed lee
ture can be anything but a failure '!
.Salt cannot wivo it. All the JuduuV
eloiuoiico even eloiuence like that he
injected into hih French letter will bo
of no avail. It U doomed, (lovcru-
menta and loL'ljlntivu dowuh. fomontb I
W lV. ilfH.a tin flirt .IiiiWL-imu tlmt tlrt
. . - .
, . o..".,,. .'
uavo no limit, except the neccsMtle ol
the llailic.nl party? Then, why lecture ?
(iod Juduc. fold mi vour iiiauu.eritil.
and J place it carefully
if m t
in a pigeon
hole. It i of no ue iu
thi.s day and
IW Kl.U.X AO MX.
,Vt thi. early day-a year Wfore the
time at which the jiruiidential campaign
will be thought of the llepublicansaro
getting their political aiiimuiiition in
readinerfii for the conflict. In Congrcv.
m tliair nowspijrn cVerywhrirn tllOi'
are beginning to invoke thu raw head
arid bloody boncn of the Ku Klux or-
gnnizatiou, and are commencing to hold
tno people ot tlio Aoutli up to the exe
crations of the country. 'I'll in is an old
trick, but it is an effective one, and it
will play a prominent part in tho prcM-
iientiiii content. "JJown there, hi the
South," exclaim tho Itadical leader,
''MIA t.itlT.Trt nr,i tli. it
w i'i wixw iiiu L - I nv
clothe themselves in gho.tlv raimonti', I
and on lierv ehanreri ridu furiou-lv
through the land, Maying the
loyal without mercy and giving
their properly to the flamoi. Give ih
a law to repress the.u moii I" In
vain wc may point to the fact that the
Htorics of Ku Klux outrage are fabri
cation.'), and fdiow that tho people of
the South have accepted tho tituation
and arc peaceable and law-ahidini:.
" Wo must have a repressive law," b
the response. And what is tho mean-
of the-e taotitM Ls it not plain?
If thu people are allowed to vote ns
they wish, thu ltadiea! party will ho
Hwept out of power j but with laws en
acted professedly to repress lawlessness
at the South with tho power iu hi
hands given by thesj laws (ion, Grunt
can repress public sentiment, eonlm! t'iu
election in tho Southern Slates anil
Htciira hiit own re-oloctioii. Tho plan i.
easily xecii through. It is an trans
parent as glass Hut it cannot, we
tuliuvo, succeed. Tho pcoplo cannot
bo any longer blinded by appeals to
thejr hatred of tho South ; and, uvcu iu
Congress, the independent Itupublieaiii",
who believe (!eu. tiraut is not thu ton-
most mini of all thu world, will tesist
the passage of tho Ku Klux law, which
itl . . I 1 ,a .it
miouiu uo euuiieu : ".u net lor tliu
imrnoso of ru-eleetintr Grant. noacenbU-
Nebrnika hai Impeached her Governor.
To-day Seorotary Fiih give! a reception
to tho moinbori of tho Joint High Com-
inominoli State Kair will bo hold nt
Du (Juoln for tho next two years.
Tho lois to tho Stt i.w ,i. i.
. -j ...
01 DrluSuu,u .wo,
ino joiuwnnu inomuon or tlio nrcaont
llouso of Representative! nominated Oen.
I Goorgo W. Morgan for Speaker, Just for
al.. (Iwi I i iwi
Aftor next Juno, nt which timo tho
proiont clan graduatei, there will bo forty
vacancies In tho Naval Academy at An.
napolii. Tho appointment of candidates
rest wun uio members of tlio Houio
of Jleprotontntlvo. '
In tho .Michlgon Senutu, tho memoriat
. . ... . 1
that shapn on tholcavoi of tho Journal.
" iiinuwiuu miner in jinwauKco un
or tlio Woman Suffrage Association, latoly ",u"1 parliamentary rorrns. i no oom-
ruforrod to, that Itodsyhas. "aeon trotted c"ats Jump d f to th'tTrfjuot in llcrco dc-
with 'horrid levity. Tho report of tho com-' nur.clutions of'tW iriocmonty and Mr.
mjttco wni mado In doggcrot by1ncs of'o Mrooki, ofi New York, InfortiaU tho rndl.
ridiculous eharooter, and wm "-appear Jln cnl ldo thUf porilitcd fni',ould bo rc-
?' ,q.T .'l
.1 at .
M..I.M.1 cl..n. ..... .n.
uio cnnuics t acei nrnumi ttin coil n
""-J -J ,g jj
to hJrl'lt through sllio, si'lnd'ow'.
The pollco 'Interfered. Willi 'hi pleasure,
and lent him to nun c a term in the home
I ho wlirat n;ld of Franklin eountv
never Iixiked-moro promiiin.
A now Christian (Jhur.ih It to bo erected
at Icnim. About 51000 lmv been
i no .mcuio'Jiu viiurcii u erecting an
olillcu nt West K.luti.
A Cuuiity .S.ibh.ilh fjchuol Convention
will bo held at Vleiinu tho necond Tuci-
lay of April.
luilgo l'idg.sjti of thii county i protmr
Ingn law book ami lihlructlonn fur county
oIliciiiN In coiifilie" not having towtuhip
iiidJ Carter of Mound City hat loen
conflrioil to hit homo by liekueu.
Thu .Shawneetoun City Council havu
pa'M-d an ordinance atalnt hoei runnini:
"l l!,r" wl,,,,n Ul ""''t'
I T. ,lat- P tt . . . V"1
imCHi ui a-M!wneciowi. uruuucui
I tln tlio rmutriif'tlnn nf ntnvnn
Urn i .oiling for forty-iii cenu
Judge Win. 11. Green hai been at Me.
tropolli for icvcral dayi engaged iu the do.
r "ttlo"' il,r!!'-J wltli munlcr, bo
foru a court of inquiry.
Tho IJaptUu of Metronolli have in cou-
tijmphition tho erection of a church. S
There U to bu u moutlng o( thu Uookhold-
on of tho Metropolis and North-western It.
April, for tho nurno.-o' of ulocltng o(Qcr
for thu ensuing year.
ii:i:ti.vo of i iii: sv.w 'iMiHieH
A Sliari llu.lKe That IHilii't Nucctld
Tin: ity.w :onoiu!.
Waxiii.voto.v, I). C, March 4. The
K.trty-1'Mtcongre.w ended and tho Krtv
Sccotiil congrrM organlr.ed to-dnv In tho
jireiencoof overllowlng gallerlci nfipeo
talon and an extraordinary ntteiidanco en
tho tloor of tho connte nnd homo. - With
tho exception of tho uon-udmUiou of tho
"emormuo icimior irom Aianama, tuoro
wa it complvto organization of tho new
cangroi. Tlio icnato being a perpetual
body, of iidio t'leetNl no otilccri; whllo
that proccuUing In tho houio wai merely
thu ratitlcullon of thu llepub'.icun caucui
nomination!, which passed oiT with
out any incident worthy of unto. Tho
Domocrati protested agaimt tho admlnioit
of tho Kepubllcan delegation from Mill-
I.s!)pl, un tho ground that they were
elected for tho lint and present congress
on tho kiiiiq day nnd received certificates
from tho military inttrad of thoitato an
thoritivt; whllo tho ltepubllcaiis objected
to tho iwearing in of tho Touuciieo dolo
gallon on tho ground that they wcroelected
on inlay not named by law. Tho questions
wcro then sworn iu with n reservation
that tho credentials of tho lattor members
should bo examined and reported upon by
tlio com mute on elections. Tlicro wa
quitu a littlo roniation when thu
I'lVK NCOUH IIEMIIRCH v
aiqieared Uolorn thu aprukcr unit were
sworn In. Throo of them nro black. In
tin. choice oficat, throo of them choso seats
iu a row Just In front of ! en oral Jtanki,
whllo thu other two wore inndwiohed
elsowhero among tlio white Republican
iiH'inhori. Aftor tho now congrosi organ
ized, there win u most emphatio voto in
thehouiiu In favor of
fn.m uuxt week to December. .Moro than
two-tlilrds of tho membors voted for tlmt
adjournment, and un doubt is felt ot thu
concurrence of tho sonuto. Iiefore tho
homo voted, Mr. Dawes who proposed it,
was appoalod to to withhold hit resolution
till tho presidents wiihoi could bo learnod;
but tho homo insisted on n vole, with tho
result named, Thu impreision hat boon
qulto general that there would bo u session
of a mouth or six weeki ; but tbo fact that
all tbo appropriation bills wero passed
materially ulds tho voto for going homo at
onco . , ' f Ir. n
A 6IIAU1' DO 1)0 K, t lt
'Just before the old congrois took n re
cess, early thli morning, tho Republicans
made an effert to so amend tho rule us to
retain tho power of forcing legUUMon,
through, tho lamu as under tho old twot
thlrds rules, now destroyed by increaied
Democratic strength. Mr. Garlloldcloeo4
to tbo uoxt home, proposed n resolution
that after a voto to ordor thp prarloui
question should bo taken, but oaa nation
and that to ndlourn should bo
In order thus preventing tho minority
from rc,lslini? tho passage of ft bill through
I It .....1 it 1 . i A . i
i ilited to the' tcry (border 1 of revolution.
1 Flnallv. thMriMkMnYciAiin In tho con
- ii , , .t.T".z .:
t.. w.lth.tho UuuiooraU, ndthu;c tbi
nri .." a
- f uiiuuirn til Lii.fir iiwn nuiniMr iiui'iii iuu
wlth.tho dugiooraU, and thu; cmii Mis
w P're tirtittii1hoao.taplagueuUt
vuiiiors, 11 woiiicruioro uunnuoncu. ii
wo onr ofibo boldcttiinfriniceftcnts on
tlio rigVu of tho minority over attempted
In thoCongfwi.fiS L i 11 t
t-nncamc nousc, was limply talk
ed to death In the aciiato by tho frlondi of
' bittimihoul coal In Maryland and Tcnniy!.
van In. u '
TUt: CIK01.VNATJ ,ANU MOVTIlWtJf
railroad bill died with tho iciiion, hftvitip
failod to paii the tonato.
It ia undonlood to-night, doci not deilro
tho now congrcii.to remain in icaiion. 116
U willing to let Han Domingo go over till
jecemDor, wiion no rronoici to tuDinit a
irouiy io ino aonaio, iniicau oi a joint rwo
lutlon of annotation.
RlCim MRCIIITUV Bit.V ABOPTCM'
MVOUVH IS THE NKRATB
WAY2VK COrMTT VBTSCB.
I'KXITK VriARY rr.AIMH-CIIICAClO
PAKUM-COL-ITV WAR hl'RPI.U.
AOK-fct'PPOKT OF PAU-
Jllco h regutry bill wa-coniidurcd In tno
bouo of rcprciontStlreV'Yliti'aflornoon In
tho commltt ofjUio whole, and adopted'
lulstantlallyM Mr. Klco' originally .pro-pifrcdh-
-Tiieonlr nniondinenU .ef juiV
account mat were adoptou woroprovuloni
tin Cook bounty ai mil ai to , all c'itlai of.
over lo.ooo - itikrbltantir Tha antnd-
meiU wore all ndoplodby the nouia ;and
n motion was mado by Mr. Turner to
atriko out all if-tho .aectlona, except, ,Uinj
urst, wnicn would simply opcrato to ro-
peal tho law entirely, when tho Republi
can! put nu end to further proceedings by
ndopting n motion to, ndjourn.
i A call wa read yestcrdav In all tho
churches of this city fur a meeting of torn
pcranefl to-night to nominate n temperance
ticket for city oibVori.
nriti.Mii'ixi.p, .iiarcii o. ineru was a
thin attendance of msmbors of tha ilou.o
tilts morulag.and the .Senate did net eon
veno until 3 p. m., nt which timo no quo
rum was prc'cnt. After tho transacliyii
of somo unimportant biulnoii,' tho Hennfo
(iovlTVl'ipr scut In a velo-'messago this
nftcrnfoa ugointOlioblll for. the rill of of
Wayno county. This is a bill to repeal n
"ipocial law changing tho time fortbooleo-.
lion oi( cariain.soiaconi. , ine- Rovornor
rrutood tho bill on tho ground that it was
obnoxious to that clamour tho constitution
which prohibit special legiilatto'u. It
repealed a repealing law, without Hating
that.tho original law should bu ruvlvod.
ThU U'rireciioly tho position occupied by
Morrison of Monroe, McMIIIIan mid two
or threo others la thd llouso when tho bill
was Mns debate.!.
Mr. Turner oilcred n reioulutlon this
nuruiu), dechiringthat after hu Hth Inst.,
thu Ilotuo of Iteprctontatlv'" would only
consider such bills as ro-iilred immedlatu
action under tho requirement of tho now
Mr. Towrisond offered as u lubstttiitu n
proposed rule, regulating tho order of
consideration of questions until) adjourn
ment. The' substitute was ruled out of
oplor,whorcupoii Mr. Morrlson,of Monroe,
oilcred anotbor'subatituto providing for an
adjournment on tho ICtb day of Murvh,
until tho 10th day of May. Tlio resolution
with tho substitute wero referred to a
T)iero are if considerablo number of bust-
inon horo frmn ?hti,i..ii lnkVIiii'
1 , ,r.- V ' ' 1.7'L " 9.
claims against tho Statu pent ton tiary for
goods sold on credit to that institution somo
timo ago. Thu. total sum of tho claims
amounts ,to about $130,000, mid some of
thoin iwerc contracted a year and u half
ago. ' i i
rotltons aro still pouring In upon tho
paasigo of thu bills for tho levying of taxes
for too Improvements iifthoWoral dm-
entitled to a
largq sharo of credit for tho success of tho
intj-wiwhopps; itckpt'fii tho 'iminiclpm.
election hold in our neighboring city las.
Tuosday, It made la bold and ofj'octlvo
"TiIK'OAIKO llULl.tTIN U
MORE UWOVKT'll, 1'Olt THU HUUTII
iNrAnTitr, cavalry awi ahtii.-
LEKV ORBKRt'.U VROM T1IE
-QV.4AMKi UtXtAIIKM, Ete.
Xkw YorIc, March C It I now asccr
talnoJ that Uen. Seheiiek will not go to
England at all, nnd If bo io, will only
rcmirv,fnr.a''Wrt tlfiio, to return and
enter upon hl duliei of chief nttornoy of
tho Northern ruciflc Jtailroad company
worth S-'o,000 per annum, which lnu been
ollurod him by Jay Cooke, tho proiidcnt
of tho road. The ouer was mado to him
Immediately after hit nomination by the
prciidcnt; but at tho urgent solicitation
ofOcn. uranl ho nccoptcd tho Kmrllsh
minion, witli tho undentanding on tho
part of Jay Cooko that tho poiitlon of
cliiet attorney for tho JT. P. 1L, It. would
bo kept open for him. Tho high commU-
ilon buiinci hai kept Schonck in Wash
ington. Their labor will not bo con
cludod till mld-iummor, by which time
Mr. Cook will requlro Cen. Schcnck to
en tor at onco upon hit dutlci in connoo
ncctlon with tho road.
Wasiii.sotov, March C Tho actlvo
agent of tarlll' reform baro boon buiy to
day in endeavoring to induco tho Demo
cratic members to reconsider tholr deter
mination for un early adjournment of
Congrosi. Quito a number aro willing to
do this, but stnto Hint thny nro bound by
the voto of tho Democratic Caucus that tlio
partyihould favor tlio earlicit poalblo
adjournment, ,In thojivcnt ot atsesiion,
howiver, it is lh Intootlon to bring 'In a
Jobit rsjaolutton repealing thoduty-on salt
and coal. It wonld haro Wen submitted to
day had thoro been a session ; 'but tho ad
joarnraent till 'to-morrow 1ms carried by
tho day, at least thli week, when a motion
will bo in ordor to suspend tho rule to
bring the house at onco to voto on tho
queitiou.' It is not bcliovcd now that tho
enato will concur iu tho houio iiropoil-
Voddoiday, but will namon day tho Aral
ur next week. Tb'u i..blltnii senators,
however, aro to bavo n caucus to-morrow
to decide it. (Should tho .Senate rofuto lo
concur, Mr.' Dawoi, of Ma.bachuictti, In
tends to oiler a resolution in tho House
asking the consent of tho Scnnto to let tho
House go, basing his re.pie.tou tho ground
that thu constitution provides that neltlier
Hoiisu vhall adjourn without tlio consent of
ho other for u.oru than throo days. Such
proceeding, however, would bo without
TIIK I'lllXDIiNT HAS IM'OMSIKII
tho Joint commitluo uppoiutad to wait up
on him and Inform him that thu Fortv-
ajcoml Congjnfs had "organised, (bat ,ho
had no hiisiiiasi for tucm nt nresont, but
iutinnted that ho might bavo In n fow
day ji 'It U believed that hu moana nom
inations for thu bonato.
to tho now $riOO,OOo,000 rofundinij loan
wero ten million to-day In Now York arid
twenty mjllioni iu .urppo. Tho secretary
feds much elated at tho opening.
A general army ordor was Issued to-day
which transfer tho rudiment of Infantry
which ha served thu longest cu tho front
ier and can bo best spared from tho de
partment ot tho l'latto, to tho department
of tho South; tho Seventh cavalry from
the department of thu Missouri to tho de
partment ol tho South ; tho Sixth cavalry
from tho department of Texas to tho de
partment of tho Missouri, and discontinue
the artillery school at Fort Reilly, Kanias,
directing battery 1C, FiMt nrtlllcry to Sun
Fr(ii!cIoo, battery 0, Tbiid artillery, to
Charleston, S. C, which will heiieoforth
bu' regimental headquartori, nnd battery
R, fourth artillery to Fort Mcllcnry.Md.
HKrUKlUNU Till! llKllf. 5
'i'lio treasury departmuiit has been ad-,
vised that J4,t.'iH)0 lfas boon iiibjojbed b
thii, now loan."'
AlllfANSAS CLAYTdS'S i'LAINS.
MKMt'inr-, March The Appeal's
Littlo Rook special to-night say': After
ibu; ngitallvn of tho past two .mouths theru
ii a calm which sits upon both brunches
:if Ihq Ibghjlatdru. Xieut. GoyQ jdhaiwii
iplid Uio chalr.thl inbrntug lit thoien
for thu tlrst timu sinco hu was made
nwaro of tho intontlon of the Clayton
iarty to impeach him. Thoru ,uro many
conjectures who will bo elocted to tlio U.
S, .Senate. Tlioro aro but few names men
tioned, und tlio Claiton imt'ty in both
hoiwo nru very rotlcout,' wh'ich eonllriii
tho, holier that thoy willako au oiler)
to Inmcacli Johnson and ro-olect Clavton.
ill? if prciumed that their plans Will bu
rl T1if teSow'lilue r'Si.ii.
I iiotlcixiliat tWYaimert-Ottsb at J.ox-
Ington, Ky, bus hud uuuor discussion tao
qiteitloB, "WUop to Sow Hluq Ors
Bocil," and' tt'ioo'uis to havo.bl decided
that tbo Spring of tho year ipho,bfttlino
to s6w.iU. TbB inoy do for Kjiuitucky. but
it wlli'tiot doMn-Weitern Iowa, When
town in tbo Spring, hero, tho ydung plants
do not obtain sufficient' root to withitand
mo dry and hoi wcathor in .July and Au
gust, and almost without oxcoption, por
sons sowing In tho Spring will fail to got
a good itandi and if thev succeed in cot-
iing a partial stand, It will takoJ two or
.'JS,y4V4hfor ihy havo a perfect
Ztn-n . 1,nn.d, th, bc,t Umo ll w n this
Sfli l I.Lb0 " tof Juno or tho first of
July-Jun ttt tho timo tho need would
r P.m a!'id 'liV 1,10 BrounJ- 'hen sown
nt thli time, tno,nin, n jjcptcnilor e&uso
It,topfout and gt.w.Tory tWckly.on.tha
grputSdf tho-pftnU vpi ba largo onouglf
to'wlthitand'tho Winter. - in- ig0 Snrlnir.
bororo any othor groiJC vrt, tho Hold
will bo green with tho grot.ttig young
plants, and beforo tho drv wcaj.nr .m.
In July tho field will bo covered wh n
l have experimented considerably In
trying to raiso blue gran; havo sown In
February. March. Anril nnd Mnv. but
novcr had nnv success tin Lit I oomuicnrml
my lOWiOIT lirUnodlntolv nltor. tlio aom!
nper.Cd in summer. As to harrowing, I
havo to sav that mv oxnerlenco ami trlnln
havo proved to mo that tho best way to
i inn ro it iroou sianu is to roil tno I'mnmi
before owinir. nnd io on ton of tlio.mnotli
nnu nanl ro ed so . This. Is for AVnitorn
Iowa j pcrhapi In Kentucky and other lo
calities it mnv Lo bettor to Iinrrou thn
pround nftor Rowing. Cor. Ilnrai Xtui
THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER.
A Tom Wnvoil nltl. 1inuovor. In. i-ritiv
thoughtful. Having secured tho good
things of this world, the began li fool
anxious about tho next, lie thought
with regret on tho bariraln ho bad
mado witli hi, black frlund, nful jitit
his wits to work to cheat him out of
his conditions. Hu became, thurofore, all
of a sudden, a violent churcli-goor. Ho
prayed loudly and stronuously, as if bear
an woro to bo carried by fofco of lungi.
Indeed, ono might nlwnyi tell when 7io
und sinned most durlni: tho week bv llufN.
oiatnor or his Sunday Uevotionl
Chriitiuns who had been modcstlv andir
luletly traveling Zlonward wero struck f
Itl seU-rcnroacli at leoinc themselves
so suddenly outstripped In their career by
this new madu convert, Tom was ns rig
id in religion nsln money matters; ho was
a steam supervisor and conaurcd of his
neighbors, and teemed to think every ill
entered up to their account became a crcd
it en mi pugo. lie oven talked or tlio ex
podiency of reviving tho persecution! of
tbo Quakers and tho Anabaptist. In
wont, Tom's r.eal becamo ns hi riches.
Still In iplto of his strenuous attention
no form". Tom had a lurklnc dread that
tho dnvil after nil would havo hi duo.
That ho might not bu taken unawares
therefore. It is said ho nlwnvs rnrrlcd iv
small Bible, in his pocket, llo also had a
great folio Uibla' on hi counttng-buttio
lok, and would frequently bo founds
reading when peoplo cnlled on buiinesi
on such occasions ho would lay hi green
speclacloa on tko book to wartrtho place,
U'hlln hi. t,.rw-l -1 s,. .1lvs.wiir ut-
.Somo say Tom gro v u littlo crack-
braitusl in his older days, and that, fancy-''
ing ins cnu iipnroacning, no nan 1111 norso
new shod, saddled nnd bridled, and hur
ried with hi foct uppermost, because that,
ut thu la.t day, tho world would bo turned
upside down, in which cns6ho 'o'uld find
Ins horso ready for mounting, nnd ho wn
.l.itermlned ut tho worst to glvo hi j friend
a run for it. This, however, U probably
a more old wlfu's fable. If ho, really dijl
tako that precaution it was totally super
fluous at least so lay the authentic old
legend, which closes hi stnry in tho foU
Ono hot afternoon In thu doer-da vi'. iust
hi a terrible black, tbundor guit'camo up,
Tom at iu hi cou,ntiag-houso in hi
white linen cap and Indla sjlkr'morning
gown. Ho was on tho point of foreclosing
a mortcaso. oy wnion no iwouia comn oto
mo ruin 01 an un nappy spcquiAti;.
for whoiii ha IM nrofojatd "tb(iiirM.Bt
friendship. Tho poor landkborTweM J-
... " K .-.v.Mf.4 IHWIIIKIIIIUU
.. . t. .. a t . .
sou uau L'rowii 101 v nnu irruaiou
and refused another day.
'Mv famllv will bo ruined mid brousbt
upon thu parish,' said tho land Jobber.
unnriiy negins at uouic, ropuea
Tom. I mull tuku euro of myself theso
You have made to much money out
of mo,' said thu speculator.
Tom lost. hit. patloncu and his piety.
Tlio,duyll take uiu said. .ho,, 'If I havu
Just then thuru wore throo loud knocks
nt thu Ktruet door. Hu stepped out to
sou who wits there. A black man with a
black horo, which neighed und stamped
"Torn, you nro como for,' said tho black
follow grutllv. Tom shrunk luck but too
late, llo had loft hi littlo llihlo at tha
bottom of Jii coat pockot, lind bis big
Ilijilu 011 the doskuneil under the mort
gajo ho wa nboilt to furMee uver
was a iioor sinner taken moro unaware.
Tlio black man Whined Hiii llku 11 child
astride the loru. (tud uway lie galloped
in thu midst of a tlmiuler atorju. i'lio
' 1 . .... I. 1.. .!.(...!
CltTKS SllteK llioir liuii. lieilliui .nun unia
and stared after him from thu window.'
Aty' went, Tom Wulker ,dahing duwn
thu htreeU his whitu cap Utbbing up
ami down, hi morning gown fluttering,
in tho wlnJ, uiid hi ttuud atrlkliig tiro out
y( tho pavements nt uvery bound. When
tho clerks turned to look, thu black man
Tom "Wulker never returned t,o foreclose
tho mortgage. A countryman who uvea
liaWr tliu s,watnt ronorted that In tho
lielir'ul of thu thunder uusl ho had heard
a groat clattering of hoofs nnd hpwling
almig ttiu roan,uun innt wwn no ran iu
tho window hu just caught sight of a
figure such as 1 havu dcserltiea on. a
horso thut galloped like mud across Uiq
flolilsSWur thu bill, and down into tho
black hemlcok swunlps toward thn bid
Indian tort, inu tuutii'iorii,iuiur.u tuuu
(lerbolt full in that direction which aeoni
d to aot tho whole forest" Hh a Waw
Tlio good" people tf Rotoii ihook
thulr head and ahrmreud their shoulder.
atioy hud beep so uceiirtonied to wltctios
and goblins, and trWki bf'tho devil lu.ali
1.1.., ia ,r.i,iin. frn.11 ilrst setllumcnt
of thu colony, that they wlro, ncto much
l.orror-itruck us witfhj Jue beoo expect
ted. Trustees "wore appointed to tako
ii-.m nSTnm's otlVot
tnero was nouung
houoVr'. ii ailuiliifster upon, un search
I.... l,(. rnrt'iir. all his bonds snd mort
mki)s wore fieund." roduc4 at. ' ciiylera.-
In plaoe of gold ana Jiyyrf uu iron cnesi
was tilled with chips and ahattngi'two
skoloton lay lnUi..jitablo iaaUtfcf of hi
halftarvcd hones, and tho .very noxtdav
his great houio took Hro" and woi burned
to tho ground.-' ".'-t
Such woj tho cridt) Tdm walker and hi
ill-gotton woaltb.Xet, nil, griping money
broken Jay tho story Jrel to.hoart ,Tho
truth Is not to bododotcd.'Tho very holo
undor tho oak t rocs from' whexfto ho dutr
Kldd'i money, is to bo seen tof this flay,
and tho neighboring swamp andtbd.old
inuian ion is uiicn inunicu in stormy
nights by n tlgufb on horseback, in a
morning gown find white oa'pXwhich U
uoubtlois tlio troubled spirit of tbo usnror,
In fact, tho story has.rcsolTcd itiolf into
n. proverb,.nnd is tho origin orthavoijajar
faying prevalent, throughout .Naw.JKgt-
land nf lhn ilovtl nnj rrr wiit;J-1
. , .. M.4VA aUIU vvau&ur.
"Wlair Atiplaa wamaiiiaar
borne ono W a,kcd the yarmors' Club"?
0 .t, w m ' lll0T,,"on wny apple atcA
rotting. Tho savnns wero unaWe to reply.
li'A they not know that tho leaton 'was
earlier than iiiual. lay by three wooki, and
Hint Tflllf ln.lnn.1 nl.nln .1 ' 1
ripo was permitted to hang till the uiual
time, tlltl L'ivini? n ebnncn for thn aim
(which was then still hot) to scorch It, u
It will do fruit that is dtiMrinMted from
tho bough, by lying ohthb groand; forT
tho connection with tho trco when the
fruit is fullv rino can nccciisnrllv havn nn
influence, tho .fruit bulngjdonu 'to treo
nnd to bo cast off? Had fruit boon gatu-.
ored three or four week loonortban Itlisid
been, tlicro would havo been littlo com. ;
plaint about tho rot. Tha causa ia oxcba-.i
tillllcd. It seoini neonlo will novcr learn
to gather their fruit wlion ripo, lrrcif
tivuoftliu time. Seasons will varjrj wef
must bu govurucd by (hat. The, bojIt
icason was ono of unprecedented- heat ami
mllcd wenthor, tlioro was a constant ad-T
Vance, day and night, and early in tho sea-
inn of fruit. And yet wo gnthor attbsmqaj
timo. Wi! stiller Uio coiiioouonec. Win-'
tcr fruit, whcfi 'gathered, wa' lit to uio nt.
oncfti'lhI I unprecedented. It ahould
have buuu gathered i om'o threo or 'four -
weeks sooner, and tbens it would not bavo
boon tit for uso; then put away InMKe
iluidu. that is, in barrols, in out-nouAOD'.ori
in cenar 1110 lait.oeing prciorrca.gcnor-.
ally nnd no tun would bavo effected 'it,
and It would havo loon le atlbjected Ut1
tha change of tho weathor.- In thiCway
wahavo fruit, ausmal tbat doee-notrot
thrpsigh nil arpund'tu aro .complaining. 7
Cor. Ciuntty OentUman. - t "
Hllii' of the Maasli. ' .
A littlo work on '0(11'!!!'!!''
bring together it largo amottnt'bf nmtMo
Ing eoislp.but we.eanhot'say how, inucb" ,
you bollovo of it. The persoh'iibWllI '
carefully study tho wririklei, ftrrrowa, ,y
line, nnd hollows on wo hansiT, -win a ,1
..s.i..... uii rAVi,i..!.i m.ll .ntUMalr'a
Hum ,U IU1..IIIV.H1 " v . .n .... J WMM I
If tho palm of tho. hand bo lonaii''
tho finger well proportioned, 'tc. Jaol-
icfl, but rather bard, It denotes tho jjmuL', .
UWinttsmlmsvehangMbitt, ttifir& i
iBoixtniui vfnt. u k iv v Jt.
.It, it bo short and does' riot f esc ft
llVlll 11 I 1 1 Si lIlAtlf
"i"l iitaai MW" VllW lu I saUae W L) sr
bs.hfulj feartlil, but.of a'gcntldltatllr??:
Narrow naili dcnotbthe pert'on lo"bon-T
cyned to mlkiliief,- nnd to WlnrfiaVk.'l
' Long nails show a person to bo good-natured,
rather than Indlu"urciiccA:
lObliquo lialls algAiiy doufit aest wjtjjsjrar
courage. .... . JX.
oon reconciled. aoncMr. asiove. 01 ecroi
Fleslivjiail dnima a nasWon tolo Klld
in timucr. hllp.iau4Jutur. Mr
J'alu and black nails donote a nerson to
b-i very deceitful to hit-neighbor, and sub.
lied and marked muls signify cbolorio
und martial nature, 'cruelty t'dhH as many
littler iimrk&nitUieiQ ,arp,!Lapfk. fcumaasyjjd
evil doiirc. ,f s '
, - "-aWSbxA" tVsf
U'o loio n pockat-booktontalalrtg groan
bark is a very aiilaokyomon. ' " t'
If a yqinan cuts her ,naiKi every Mon
day mbriitrig'b6foro brenkTut, It porteada t
luo'k to her huiband.
When it eat nrujiairi to wash b -,, '
it is a certain rlgn that ono iu tho houio is -
to havu a licking.
Ifn maycl bul4vg Qkt Ibbu
er'i IK. UdotuW;wflElaWerrtix.asWul
that a mlsrortuno.
1114 cm ves
If von iset on horseback Tuesday, beforo
thn sun U up, it i li'iUii thai youHsre" to
havu your hand iu a. bridle asrrarigestuat
To strike u grucnroy4 cat,. wsitls-whites
spot outdo piill of he-tols dateury
mat uoavy pura
commlng to you.
If you nru in n houso nnd hcar Jbabv
crying, it is a,igu;c;maraiaiu'w" "
Isn't, it ought to bo. .ftiiu
Ifn ml haired (mm falls la IcWVjth
young uirhwho dislike that' eoW K'U.
sign he will dye, Utoru be " .'. l?
isuu...'".r 'IJikiitntlrlfk 11.1 -
hit to alCvqU, at4
evsr JlusfDoi.4 alleaded to wllh PfompUat. ;
knit In thojolnti. It prcdiets IoBgllflJ. bql v '
if oveYtbwaried then it dch'bteftBimllfu. -1
. Obiorvo tho finger of 'Meretn'irl;tl,
iko littlo finger if tho ohd ifM
tho Joint of tho ring finger, bcfr. a3laix
Will ruloln hi own house' andrihidlsV
will lm nlosslnf Anil ulinltW lthtii'V2
j.iuiu rouuu nan acnoto ousianaci,.-,
'thesn&w prldu and flerccncii.