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itl JJ4 V'llaat,
l'faci a Noted
MmHiJ tiki moil
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6CtJe?t Fifth'&wet1,' 'ClridinnaM;
NEW YITEBDRESS GOODS,
liiLTimrr nil i
a Which tbrj will tell cheaper than tnjr other
"Ktt w.'WMirinn-Btiter,' between; woinu
i IilNORDVRE'& JOHNSON, ;
Itonaces & Stoves,
nJ)Tili;iCilprt knd Shett Iron Ware,
n- SlJOVH ST0ItE,...No 11 M.wk St.
:i "Rfcffmond, Indiana i; ,
oMi) fiiw sV ."'i'!- jjfjiv'in'
JobW'oj-d"""'8' Kxporienced Workmen.
fCooi'iVrorrt'hl-.rc'h i Lcp SloUf.
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" TTl'E suWribers WouliI rpsncclfully cnll
-yrfini Shoc ..(ive.The celebrated Cook
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i i SwVc-'ilifttliArint be surpnsaed by any
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Ia Liont ntfan nr1 liffnirinsfc nlntpft nf nnv
t'irt ). Ths renowned and beautiful Cook
otwq colled hc tj ;, . : :
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Hai gained for, itself reputation not equal
Tie PKViwj VboW'i i new and beautiful
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Wifpn ..liWf$ cowpicw coik an
"''alWMi Vniliy icept in a Tin-Shop,
liiw hot fCX)f(DUeTOKS, 1 5 ' '
tap abort notice, und warrahted to
, AH ori6r oc uopainns prompU
tCklnrif tUtiehdeSn Maihlk Soiier
Lnl 1191 0 .SlVt. 111!1" . - .
,-HlHd Itul i fwl i:l .
T A VIXr?nlfl hwc ttttrl rAirm!l
all work i hit lia,itiit may :b entraJtui
i . !.: if i o. i i. i- i.
i::iiciKi nroa '.mock .or Jinisuca
ut7i3 aks,Stre8t;:CHICAQ0.: , .'
jAi compound. rnnedy, 4ojgnd t b th most
"(fitctual 'AUeratief that can be nude. Ifl
a onoenrafd xtract f f l P-r
: gi cater lte(atiya pwer as. to afford an fftc-
tire antidot for tha dlsrawa RnrnnrIU .
wputydo flurp.-. It is Wicml that sacs a
remedy is wanted by tliose who auffor from
1 Stnimons ionrpUinfJ, and that ond which wUl
, accomplish their cure must prae ot immense
service to tliis Jar je class of oar afflicted fullew
citUens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
; of the worst aaae to be found of the following
complaints . , . , , .. (
BchOFCL AND. ScilOFULOL'H vOJSPr..VIHT(pi
1SUU1-TION3 Al EkOWIVR DlA"!t Vl.CRUS,
ltUPLKS, BtOTCIim, 'l'MlS.7SAtT lliHUM,
, ScALuJIeAP,.SYriuus A-M) SrriiiMTio Ar--
raettone, Mkhcvuui. Disbase, puoi-sr, Nbc
.RAtaiA oal'u UoiiiAUKKi'Xt UKiiiLiTr, Drs.
PErsiA amb IxmorsTio. Eiiysivems, Kobs
on 8t. Amtiionk's Fhie, and indeed Mio whole
doss of complaints urising from luri'mx of
( ntB Blood. . , .
' This tomponiid will 6e found a great pro
: moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the vcar. 3y the time
ly expulcion of them many" rankling disorders
are ninood In ths 1m I i...
, ths aid of this remedy, spare .hemselves from
uio vimuriuicB oi ioui eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the ays.w will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, )f not assisted to do,
tins through tho natural channel of the body
by'an alterative medicine. Clcaiiso out the
vitiated blood Whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin iu pimples, eruptions,
Or 'Sores: cle.inn it n-limi vm, ftn.l ii :u i.
atrncted and sluggiah in the Terns ; clean it
whenever It is foul, and your feelings will toll
VOU When. Firm ivl.ern n nnri;...l. .1;.
f - - .wjru.HVHWl WUHH lil t
ia tit, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, -fur clcansiiiT tlm lilmvl uA
blood healthy, and all is woll: but with this
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imuumiH oi nre aissruored, Uicro can be no
nCBUn. Mtflllpr fr Infisp enmtliini
must ga wrong, and ths giwf wacliincry o
u u.aui Linen or vveriiirowiu . ( .
Sarsaparilln has, and deserves much," the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. Hut
me WOnd llil lipin .ivrniv.n.ilv AnAnt-iJI I..
preparations of it, partly because the drug
T -"ona- has Trot alt flic Mrtup that la claimed
mr it, put more becaino many preparations,
jucicnuinK io us cnnccuiratoa extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of fcwnarilla,
or any thing else.
j Miring late years tlie piihlie have been mist
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jj i.ifju uvmiTi, .iciciiung vj Rive a fllllirc I
t oi oarwipuniia lor ono dollar, ilost
vu been frauds upon tlie sick, for
they not only contain litt'.-, if any, Sanapa.
w i.i:ii .may-
er. ilencc. Iiittcr and nauifiiL (lisnnnniiitinrnt
has followed the use of the various extracts tf
the market, until 1 10
Sarsanarllla nliirh flimrl dm i.in,L-r,i- ,,i;i i,.
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposiiion and cheat. Still
wa call tins compound SiirsapnrillC: and intend
to aunnlv sudi a rmnr,lv lml' ,i.
Ham ft from tltn tAnrl r,F n,lnw wl.lM. 1.
vu.wtji.j niMVil ,vnS
upon It. And wo think wo hu e ground for
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to Cure. . Til nr.lm tn apnirn
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eradicntion from the system, tho remedy aliould
DojuuiciousivuiKeu accorauig to aircutious vu
Tn, J. c. AVJcn & co.
1 .1 iv ir. 1 . 1 . niica i
Prlee, il pes-UoUl. i Six Bouiri for ai
A rfl IT) 1
iVV-t O V-'llCtI V . X Ct-LUlUl . 1
fcss won tot hsclf such a renown ff tho cure of
N ihiwih IWI 1 1 IV) liuiarilt
.r rrt.. a j r si v i... .
oldved. Asithn li.ni. h,.,. i kT...
fliroogliout tliis section, wo need uotdo moia than
aasura tha ncAnle ifa mialltv 1. trnt . l. i.. I .
V v".?a "' w way iiil on to
J ' "(j ... u.,g.ai.i
irooghout tins sectieii, wo need uotdo moia
wmvn ih peepie its miauty is Kept up to the best f
it m'cr hu tMwm.'rind lK-., 1. I.. .): ..1
do for theur relief all it has over been (bund ki do.
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Aver ?Cithartic Pills, . '
' - ToM.fflTMO-.,
Xoitivauii, "JmiHiHee, tlppeptia, ' M'tgtitiatt,
vftmij, taut owswfl, Jjryttpelat, UaalttiM,
Pile. RhdUMAtUni. h'ntnihi titij .C,',, n;.. '
UMr CbmaU . ArmtiA Tln-." 3lu,
afV Rheum., il'ormn. . flmtt.. y.
.Dinner POL ami far Putifmnn Ms 1U ' ''I
TliiHr Ara i.MoiunAiiJ'VtA .A .1... .1.-' l I
fivA mm .1.. ...1.: i .t .
... v, i.LUiiai.ir, mm lUCj 1110 IUQ
mi nruiiit ut unwiia ror au tpe purposes o a
nmily physic .
frtos Sf ttnU pr Boxv tlvaioxss for 11)0.
CbestnumbanLofrilftriivnUin. Phr j,i. Hi....'
men, and eminent . Dbrwnaucs. hsrs lrnt thrir
names to esrtirV tha Mnrutpalleled Hsenlmess of these
remedies. iut our stios hw will nt aermit the'
Ansettioa of tnero, Ths AgenU below fcamed far-
an grausohr AwentcAN Almanac in whiohthey
lompUiinU, and the treatment that should be fol-
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Ha.". . ,.
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(' . j -DTSSamV A qir-ay '
- -a-siaaw' -a-"-ttr i
OSBaH anas f hair mim. . ....
ia not ds put off by unprincipled sellers with
LIVERY,ilrED i SALE ST6KE. t0
',;)::-) r-o 'ifiinr y r'l
. ... w, aiKxui
Tt0Ui,D annoupce to bis
TATTTET vrr o Ti T TT tj mT n
UUtU annoupce to bis freinda ond
we pnb io,thaVbe has fns .' taken the
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uiu iwna, rccDDL ? OflpitrnM h.' w n ...Tr
tfTnntri rAnA mAnAnu) t f Vu. .
Will bfi TllnUBfts tn baaamm.... -Il t - I
S.L!.w!. a?0"! .M, . cvo tl
reasonable tormi). ftable Room W Feed Unv
Horse of trav-e-if.,.., ,..(,. I'.J
riiiSS.fe mM ;
.v . Jacob Oro use
'WOULD Inform ths inhfil.ff.nu r R..
ton, and.th vlcirrrty, that betas te-op'eii'd a
AM ILYl GR03?Rt
j y.' at tho old Stand, withaa i i if j ;
' ENTIREijY'NEW STOClr.
TT. ranArfu1l raniistcfi- lit it i"i 1M norvnni
nd plenty ot now outs, to nay him ton enrly
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viii, wiier.Q iqvj win. ana mauui oiqck u
.a av ikMAk : I . A
an ifuuu as ever, nu e tf Bl LU l 11 ILL nr ' unv
Vituar Hutu ' . t i - ' . i ' -
iii'm tto. ' D jo. 1 0. 18isC
. MICHAEL FILBERT
StiU inVthp JETiold
RE has ja:it retnjned' Irora the';tfQaee
jkrjL.ynj wun a iffc? aua raneq sioca
''HATS i;vpiPS, :
oA, Catsimercs, Twicds, Vcatings
and a large lot or
rnich ! a'affers "to his niimBrnna niigtomera
at as low rates as can be bought anywhere.
B3A1I kinds of Custom Work made to
order, on the shortest notice.
1 tie prto.ee are invited to call at ms old
Mj tt'.: .i un..ii.nj
h1"111 v v. hi. viu
siano. r.pposue me ".xaiionai notei, ana
examine his stock
Come along, come along, make no delay:
ijrae iroui jvery nam let
n J'. u.. .i!. -i ':. ni.i... .'i...
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t and village by the
von liirl wear.
All warranted to lit you neat, Mid .
rif. or tear. . ,
r?.verT. y n""T kept 'n Tin Shops.
P" constantly ou hand the In
aiiiiro puiorna oi
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES
TINWARE AND STOVES
mSErnbs . f ; 0
JL bis old friends and customers to Lis
resen oiock oi exoeneni
chased eUewhere m the comity.'
a a'8" prepared to attend to all orders (o
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Li, ,' ' ' ' r
Tin onI Chrtn4 Imam DarIIh.
9 reasonable terms. The,
aii order, for iiupil;ti
on ihort notice; and Ui-wor
irirt? attnndfid 1a
r . o -
Ir nmtm in ,nnh
mapper as. to render general satisfaetioa.
Hr' mhnr, .fill' U.l .l.kl 1J .t..i
aooriMonn oi we uua r olipws' Uuiidiug. ,. 1
All articles in his line scld at sock fates
os to rctjnire mis adherence to cash tormi.
Eaton, Aagust "23, 1860. tf
Jffl Vkrt Clevs, Tie pastor " ot one
tba churches of tliia city, - say the Syr
acus "Jonrnal" was - ohatechisinr the
pupils of the babbath School and asked
mem, among other Questions.
'hera'ii tfodT ' r
'Varioui'an&we'ra wero returnod b t the
children, nftier which llm mi
fil thcobiieric(i tf, JDeity, con
ciaaing ois remarks witu tno. admoaiiion :
n i , . .... . .
,, wsiucuioer, near cnnaieo, mat Uoa II
-ino woraa ima nardiy escaped . hii ius
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. t uaUVia iiiHDiuuun iUBB.uiinuu Bk.in
paator s :i
'"i"Pleaoe, air, did i
Is ha tii mv noctrt ?"
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yon say that God
11 Tea, my ion; everywhere?,'.
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" )(. be lain tour doc km " v :
(l WpII T (rMA T'va rrn tn tkAv a...
triumphant retort,, '-oausa t. bain't got
r?.rl :-'T ' 1 '
.THi !Sewtg.cbina .j. the
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES. NUMBER SEVEN
r. Cauiilt hat been' called from hU btd
to bail Mr. Pnttyman from tU Watch
: :' . . .Houit'
TJirE, Mr. Caudle, I knew it would come to
-a,, mis. i sam It would when vnn inl.,l
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uwse precious sicylarks. ' People being cal-
oot er tbeir bed at all hours of the night,
to bail set of fellows who are never so ham
py m when they're leading sober men to do
structioB. I bhould like to know what the
neighbor's will think of
frjwn. the police knocking at the door at Uo
in the morning. Don't tell me thalth'e man
has been ill-usod; he's not .he man to be ill.
used. And you must go and bail him. I
know the end of that: he'll run awn on1
you'll have to pay tho money. should like
to know what's the uso of my working and
slaving to lave a farthing, when rou throw
away pouuds upou your precious Skylarks?
a pretty cold you II have toimorrow morn-
ing, being called out of your warm bed this
weather; but don't you thiuk I'll nnr.n
'-not I; hot a drop of gruel do you . get from
me. i . i.
I'm lure you've plenty of ways of spend
ing your money not throwinr itawa? unou
a set otdissolute peace-brakcrs. It's all
very well for you to say you haven't thrown
away you money, but you will. Uo'l! be
ccrt.ua to. run off; it isn't likoly ho'll go up
on uis trial, and you 11 be fixed with (h
bail,. JDo'i't tell ms thorn' ,,n i,;.l : ,i..
,.v ' u. ,u ,uv
matter, because I know there is: it's tor
something rooro than nuarrcllini with tha
police-man that he was locked up. Fcople
aim locaea up lor that No, it's for rob
bcry, or something worse, perhaps.
And as you vo bailed bira. dooMa wll,
think yoa arc as bad as he is. Don't tell
me you couldn't help bailingbiui; you should
nave shown yours3lf a resocctnblu man. nd
have let him boen sent to prisou. Now peo
ple know you arc the friend of drunken and
other disorderly persons; you'll never have
a night's sleep in your bed. Not that it
would matter what fell upon vou. if iLwasn'
your poor wifo who suffered. Of course, nil
the business will he in tho uewsj-npers, and
yoor name wun it. 1 shouldn't wonder; too
they give your picture, as thnv .In it. nik
er folks oflhoOld Bailor. A nrettv !,;..
that, to go down to your children. . I'm mro
it wilj be onough to make them change their
name, No, 1 shall not tro to slen: it1, nil
ery well for you to say, goto tleep, after
uvu uisiurunncc. 1 shall not to .
t...r. " ,r .
uuic, sirs ar. uaiiuie s 41S.. "ban
pilv, she slumbeicd; for Airs. Caudle had
considering tho theme she had t j talk up
rcmaraaD v annrt vi n..
LIU UK UOXTISUEPJ
Frnm Tli. t ..
UoV. MuDARy-Dear iir. AVi'l vou"obli(r
by giving notice in. Tho Crisis lhat. at n
early day, the audersiined ill mov;' ft -
btate-Cionvcntion for the pnrnose. of . Wls
ng,somc planfiir a new Church' organise-
.mh .. L. I. .
uuu, hi Hir.cn juniocraij may enjoy the
privilcsc of hearing preached the pure
Gospel of our Xord Josus Christ unmixed
with Abolition fanaticism, and without
being insulted add' denounced froavtuo pul
pit as dislovul for belie I'ini thAt lltA' f!nnaM
titntibn' as it is should bo maintained and
Union as it was should be restored:
Dcmspratio papers throughout' tho State
further, the eaueo of Christianity bf call
Wg.yB attantjon of their respcotivocommu
to the importance of an early move ia
EDSON B. OLDS.
VIRGIL E. SHAW.
Tiriublk Stoiui o ths Plaiks.- The
foreman of lhis ohica has reepivpil fi nrivni
from one of the drivers oi the Kansas
aud 8anfa Fe'Ovorland Stage line, in
which busys' the snow is eighteen inches
on the Arkansas, and that ' one hun
and fifty ttb belonging to Parkers
frosa to doafb, betweea rortyen(foi
Prtrf anJ C.nl. V. TM .
alsd states that a lot of the hands of
Stage Company got frozen so badly that
had to l taken to the hospital at Tort
JfVttl fit. Jottji-Jomzl- '
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VIRGIL E. SHAW. A CLEVER BOY.
" I-do-ncrtbeTisve your especial pet, Vaster
pVariey, could gat brer a knotty question'
tiou had b en somewhat neelectod. trot over
the folio .Ingstumper, says a writer in Har
"Who mado the woiW7" said his teaehei
to him the first day ha entered the village
school. The little follow shook h is head and
made no nnswor. Again the question was
repeated but In a sharper tone. No answer.
Tho teacher, never doubting that it was real
stubborness on the part of littlo Hans, now
liroatoncd to whip him souldly unless he im
mediately told him who mado tho wcrld.
This threat bad tho desired effect; an an
swer, must bo returned, and the trembliuz
boy, not knowing what was meant by tho
world, but thinking doubtless it was some
thing wrong he bad been unconssiously
making, broke forth, -'Well." master. '
mado it but I'll never do it again."
l I t.-7'2CZ.'ZmtoJJzJ-Z..!4i
.'ij uun iiui uu wuusu runiuu uuui:.i
The omissions of the Message.
Lincolu's Alessago is more remarkable for
what U not in it than for what there ia. An
exchange well says:
Ho savs nothiiiT ahnut mi. rnlfitinns
with Mexico a question that before lone i.
to overshadow all oil ers in our foieign rela
tions, lie says nothine about our latelv
threatened imbroglio with Groat Britain or
S-unco, and, most remarkable of nil, ho has
not a word about the military operations of
toe year, thoir present situation nor their
prospective accomplishments; and the same
is true rclotive to the navy. Ua does not
mention a Oeneral ncra soldier, what thov
have done nor what they havo failed to do
not a word for the captors of Vicksburg or
Tort Hudson, net a word fr those who
stood up and feught and won at Gettysburg
or Chattanooga not a word for those who
are wasting away their lives before Charles
tonnot a word about Grant, or Mead, nr
Backs, orGilmore, or Dupont, or Farngut,
From The Crisis.
A LADIES. FUND PROPOSED
FOR MR. VALLANDIGHAM.
StkcbENVIU.E. Ohio. De S IRlil
Editor of the Crisis.
Der Sib Within please find pnflnv.vl
$100 for two copies of The Crisis.
air. meoory, there is n matLtr that !..
rested npon my mind for some time. It is
this: There is a citizen of the Stab of iihu
enduring a penalty unknown to the laws of
me state ot Jhio or of the United Stales
this position, if not clear from other coni,l.
erations, is manifest in this fact, that the
ordeal that imposed the penalty Jailed to
niako provisioa for its execution. If I
commit n camtol crime, the State of ohi
supplies the gallows and halter for rev cxe-
cutiou. If guilty of a miuor . offence the
State supplies tho .Penitentiary and all
necessary appendages. But strand In
the case referred to, neither the Ststo of
Uhio nor the; Unii-d Slates has made ono
cent Y ou appropriation to cary out the
execution of the seuteuca irnnnind n. (t,
person of Clement L. Vnllandigheui,
Now what I wish to sutrirfis't i thil:' TJ.
tbero bo raised for his benefit a donation
fund by the Democratic Ladies nf ih n,t
Ohiol tho siuno to be conducted through!
iumucratic organuajion. As a plan I
suggeit that the ladies coutributo 10 eeats
ns to place the matter with'n th.
all; say 100,000 Indies renin fa
each, it w31 give $1 0,000, which would ' be
rery consoling to Id the heart of a Banished
Patriot! I make this suggestion to, yoa.
you appro ;e the project I hope yoq will
f 'jjorous'inove ia .the case.
ANOTHER INFAMOUS OUTRAGE.
DuijoW IhU. Veem)irr 1 .1 1 BC!
the Editor of the Enquirer:' ' ' ' ' ;
The Dudooin Kininir Jonraal m.i
destroyed this afternoon, by a mob of United
States soldiers, probably incitad In iru.
he, loyal, law-abing, fbolitioois'ts' of
place. The solder.
tediahs Ariillefy:'! tka W...
south oa thai, way to Coluabuei' Ket
.The onrnal will b resumed
msterial caa be obtaiaai .
Trtlv yeers, ALOKZO BENNT7
GRANTS MISSISSIPPI CAMPAIGN.
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.When wij'coujidor tbecha-acter of toe v
4VMSttcV.il wkirA lliia annv n.cfii'Lil ti rnr-C'
midable obstacles to be overcome, i m nuau'
ber of the forces, and the strength of the
enemy's works, we can not faille admir
the courage and endurance of th? troops,
and the skill and daring of their commander.
No moro brillient exploit eon be found ia
military history. It baa been allered.-. and
tho allegation has been widoly circulated by
die press, that Gen. Grant, iu th conduct of
bis campaign, positively disobeyed the in
structions of his supariors. , Il is hardly ne
cessary to icraark that Gen. Grant' never
disobeyed an order or iontroctioa, but al
ways carried out, to the best of his ability,
every wish or suggestion made Is him by
the Government. Moreover, ho has acver
complained that the Government did not
lurnish him all the meant an J assistance in
its power to foacilitalc tho execution of any
plan he saw fit to adopt "
John Pncera Outdose. A para
graph has been going the round
of thb ureas in winch an niv-niinr. iu
given of a horse having a noiv hoof
grown on oy mo uro ot a certain
4.. i.....tt.'a .t..mA..i .1.!- - -
uniui o uiuuuuiii. nuw, luia rc
miudtj us of an incident Uiat hap
pened in Lj-ons Wisconsin.. A
Mormon priest named Jtichola
protesssod a power of doing mirac
ulous things and compounding
wonderful medicines. Ho mado a
uerve and bone and all-heallng
wive, and thought he vroqld exper
iment a littlo with it. He first cut
oft his dog's tail, and applied aoru
of the ealve to the stump'," A new
tall grew out immediately. He then
applied somo to tho picco of tail
which he had cut oil, and a new
dog grew out. Ho didn't know
which doe was which. Thin mav
seem a tough story, but we hav
Aicnois worn or it, and wo don't
think he would lie.
Promoted by Mistake A mi ant.
mistake was mado bv tho lnilUntv
authorities recoutly, iu conferring
Brigadier Generalship ou Col.
b. A. Kico, of tho Thirty-third
Iowa Infantry, which was intended
for hia brother. Col. E. V. like.
The Colonel comniisslouod dis
charged tho duties ot Brigadier
uenerui uniu uie biunuor was dis
covered, when ho resigned, and is
now practically out of service.
PEADODV'S GlFT.London iianon
complain that nothing hat' been
dono toward anblvinc Mr: PH,
body's gift of 600,000 for tht im
provement of the poorer classes of
dwellings. Tho committee having
the money in charge are strongly
douounced in somo qnarters .
Mn. GiDBiKas.--Thfl' Anht.Knt.i
Sentiuel nunouncei that Consul
R. Giddings has returned to' his
homo iu that placo, on leave of abi
senco, on account of the Hcm. nf
climate of Montreal, which last
winter produced atronhv. W
therefore, entered bail in thn kirU
napping case, instructing his conn
on the rotum ot tha writ. t
move to quash tho proceeding. ,
The , Last fVoiids. or a Good
Womax Tho wifo of a Bisbop in
Eng.and died recently, aui beiivg
woman re.narkablo for her piety
excellence of character, tier '
words wcroxpeoted to be full
interest and an iU .
before sho expired, the good
eaid to her attendants -.r.
"Remember to trivo thn Riari nr.
warm soup every nigbt." , " ,
Tubrb is talk of a Brigadier and
a Major General being juter.
ia th-j stuDendoua frmwia
Quartcrmustcr's Department at
Alexandria. : ;
CoBK carpoting has being iotro;
in England. It is durable
sightly. , -
joy is never dead, o 0n& as
cau reaiPrabar it. ' ' '