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el »i *f.\\n*t the Uuited States tor I* AY AN
*JJJ .i fV t»t »oldiorskiilo4 :i br.tt
-a is ssrrioe ol i,lu liorcniment.
Has in Brand's UOTT
M* K«i \yin» House.
V:ac, Mareh Jth
building, nextdoor to
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"rosysr $ oo
OWMSLOR A LA W.
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KJ*WINv I S O
i*sAtisular attention /eti to the collection©!
eialtus .igniasttUo United States,gro wing «uioi
Iks 'txr. tar soldiers PAY, I I I MV ito.N
r. A rvToit rsssioxs
4 is in Tha uoo-JliMj Vulunttsr handing
4? O I .4 S' 14 A W
jaSTIOE Ob" TilE rEACIC.
«^4 'Visu, Minnesota
i^^vri.ai ntteatiau given tooollectin6'.
OJTV1CS 0 5 A N STJEKET.
1 St ll40Tft:1y
R. E Proprietor,
t'lm ttrtt, httwum ildiu «oJ TAiVJ Strtttg,
RED WIN a aliMMKstTa.
Wi ah haet\ newly fttted and furn
\K\*i. aa4 but two squares from the
K:samb«t leading. A g.id i\!.»\* is eon
Ha.-.tjl srith tlu lu»MC. Baggage oouveyed to
S«4 trj-w the bo*t.« fres of .-harje. M^li—*
A. J. CLAKK,
•Wholesale nai rotail ea.ei »r
I) It S A N E I I N E S
ratTa.ou.*, oi.\s9, TAaxisnas,
Dy*-Stuffit lltlrand Cloth Brushes,
l'ATINT MRDI0INES,FASCY SOAP,
Psrf.t^ery.Kedand Whito Loud,Zinc Palut.Ssc
Rso WJ.NO, MiN ISOTA
Dr. A. II. JONES,
.f5\LSHln Drnjrs, Medicines.Toilot Arti
oUs School, Medical, and Miscellaneous
Books, Periodicals Bleaks. Fancy Goods, Pho
tograph Albums, Wall Paper,&e.,&e.
Prescriptions Carefully Prepared.
Ttad Wiag.peo.S,JSS3. vTnl«y
hundred and siaty acresof land fifteen
miU» from Red Wing on tho Znmbrot.
Road. Thisisarareohauce to iret a goed
loaatioa, aheap. EuHoiwet thla ofiice.
C.J. Aldrleh, HesUnge Miun.
It^oum.-ats. Grave Stonee. Mantle 1 leeos A«.
wonld cell the attention of th* people »f «ood
hae oeunty to the tact that he \s cerry,.|g
4H. «reV»re on ebert aotace, and al aawlerate
W. E. HAlrfKINS
a a a if a
lSd Wiag JunelMO.
and and O. D- ana Water-
proof PAteBURST WILSON'S
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
A E N A AM !W». Sept. 5, 1S65. 'Hwdf
fcrwi, Doc 5. 1^63. fyrmg Urm, MurchlS, 1364.
Fall ttnn uf 18o4, Sept. 7. W»»*sr.sr»» of 1404,
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KKV. JAREZ BROOE.S, A. M..
Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
m'th o!)! ^UaT* Tobaccoy Wines Liquors,
One Coin ma, week, $15 0 2 weeks,
it oe I iaca ti. $20 3 months, $25 month*
gtS 0'», 1 yeur. wilh privilu^a of cbsiugiug
three time*. $80 00.
A N E E NOTIONS, A
Main Street, Red Wing, Minn. [u2m6
DANIELS, IfOWE, & CO.,
UanHfaotnrurs of. and dealersin every v»
DRY FINISHING LUMBER
Alway8oo hund at the Bluff Milln.
C0GEL & BETCHER,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
DOOF.S &. SL::TDS.
Office und Lumberyard
Corner of Main ami Broad Starts.
SAWING, PLANING, MATCHING..
Done to order at our Steam Mill.
nlOl N 1 -ly
G. K. STERLING & Co.,
«cotjor»to H. O
Wholesale aid Ketuil Dealcrein
LEATHER, & SHOE FINDINGS.
Men's, Hoy'*, I1V-
evey kind and
New Photograph & Ambrotypcj
€3r uA. TLdXSEk JL\ "ST,
0w £. I.. Maker's ffardwttre Store. Jfmin Stn*t,
UlSD WIXG, MINN,
CARTES DE VIS1TE,
And nil l'ietarca known to tho art. taken us
well in cloudy as fair weather.oxcept children
which require sun lijht. My Pictures are sec
ond to neno in tho country. Call $nd see for
yourselves, I have a fine lot of Storcscopic
views which will well repay a visit my
'iallury. All work warranted to suit or no
ehariro. In»truotionagiven in tho Art.
PRICKS TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Juno 30, lSi3. v7n49tf
I W I I N
Manufactured aud for sale by
ASUTON,COGEL »f BKTCHER,
Near the Kelly House,
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
O THE PUBLIC!
The aukacribor has reltted the
lied Wing, Dee. 1st, 1S*P.
New Grocery Store!
CHOICE FAMILY GR6CISUESf
Bceta. Sheet. Bat*. Cape. 4?.
Ifay 1ft, ISte. tf.
.., .»•.. IMpMBjWmi
ien'3 •Il.d Ckildi
Reparing done neatly and at moderate
prices. In the New Uriel: building.corner
Main and Plumstreets. Conw nn'lste UK.
W MAKJ£R AND E I
Main St. West of Hush near the 1\ O.
lto«l Wins, in a
as a. (D a: *jrk
J3F™ 1'he inlucrilo '.IJL» served a rceular
prenticehip in Knrope. and is contidei.t ui
ing aisle to £ivo peri'^et satisfactio::.
A. W. HRPINC
%ALL WOUK WARRANTED.
I S E S
At Red Wine, ar.d opens it for the acco-nmo- Aiianu, he can press on to Augusta and
dationofthe Fablic. A general invitation is. march down the Savannah Biver, and as
giyea tojiive it a trial. ., _»
sail Savannah in the rear. There are enly
W I whole course of the river. He can also at
tack Charleston on unfortified side, or he
)n Bush Street, near tbeSed Wing Houa
Allkiudseonetantlyon hand. Repairing
ndTuraiBf donttooxier. Also .al ikied
E S respeetmllT Invitathe •ttention Q,, )jh-\Ao(A of the
of tha public to our new store op.Main Street. zL
UP, roit OUR
While on our Southern shore,
Mingled with cannons' roar,
Greet every ear,
THinfs of battles worf.
Feats of true valor done,
Rebels made glad to run,
Beaten to fear—
Louder that victor's shout
Or rush of battle rout,
Thousands arc erjing oat
•'Come to our aid."
ThouFiindsi with honors crown'd,
In glory's mantle wound,
Nobly have bled.
Oft mid the claneour loud.
Wrapt in the battle clound,
Wore tt.ey a teamla»s shroud
Ere they era Jead
War's thunder's round them roll'd
Oi ntrers a thousand fold,
Yet, fot theTr^country bold
Kush'd they to aid.
While, the chief work is done,
And others, marching on
Now with thimi'd ranks armjM
Draw the sharp battle blade,
Over the rebel dead
Flashing their steed—
Shall there oe stalwart men
Whiuing like cowards then
Round their own hoartha again,
Scar'd to give aid
Vi liila jealous foes abroad
Inward Hissensions luud
Chuckling with glee
Wht'e tho.*e wlio've tyrants been
Now wosld extend the scene
And with a relish keen
Huin tho free
Who would through party strife.
Bow to the bloody knife,
Treatning our country's life
When ho should aid
While o'er the nation's head
Victory's wipgs are spread
GlisViing 'vith fame
Who wo Id give up tho rijrht!
Shrink from the closing tight 1
From duty's post, in flight
Re«k his own shame 1
Now, whilo the tyrants fly,
Hasten tho triumph nigh
liubli at your country a ery,
Bush to her aid.
Let BOulcTS dastards fret—
Justice shall triunifdi vet,
If WJ are true
Let our homo traitors uneer—
But they shall liv« to tear,
Lest their own neigltbors lear
hat they would do I
I'atriotn I yon: •-•ouiitry c"ave.
where her banner* wuvo I
'jh-.:r'.' mskc htr us a grave
Up. ye wlm boast a soul
Tnunderbolts 'gainst them roll
In their distress.
t'n in your marshal I'd might
l'i thm to sMideii flight
And God defend the right,
O. ard you and bless.
Lot them your prowess feel
Till Uuy «Hi«foun-aed rtul,
Like a .~iii| on tier kuol
Thrown beyond ail.
lied iiig, August 16th, 18««.
Military Op»ir iiiui—Sucressfnl Rcsalta
uf CJrjsnt's 'ampalgn—C»ii»«qu ncce
I From the N Y. Times.
I Of course, with the success of General
Grant's main army, all wou'd lava been
lost to ihe rebels. But with the 'ir.com
plate Kue.ccss o! tha Virginia campaign, or
an indecisive result, anJ, at the same time
'the \ictory of Gen.Sherman's army over
Johnston's in Georgia, and the c«r ture ofj
Atlanta, the gre^t campaign was still sue-
eeasfu!. Ko that cvan now, if n. Grant
b.red thj most important strategic line of
the country has been won for ns by Burn
side'9 campaign of las* year—the East Ten
nessee lina—and on that 1 ne, after a few
week's reparing oJ bri ges and relayirg
rails. Gen. gherman can retransport the
preat body of his magnificent army Within
thirty miles of Lynchburg, and be in Lee's
rear. Nothing coal 1 prevont the transfer
in a few days, ol 60,000 or 100,000 of the
beat soldiers on the continent, flushed with
victory, and under a Gene al scarcely sec
ond to any, to fall upun the rebel line of
communications and put Leu between two
tires Of course tho skillful rebel General
would at ence attempt to evacuate Virginia
and transfer tho war to North Carolina, but
the evacuation of Virginia is a loss trom
which the confederacy could never recov
We see in the light of this possible move
ment the peculiar importance of Lynchburg
for which both parties have contended so
vigorously. It is the fortified entrance to
the Last Tcnaessee line of communication.
Such a grand transfer of troops could only
be made, of course, after Georgia was thor
oughly conquered, but, in that event, 20,000
men might be enough to hold the State.
But Geo. Sherman has still ether possi
ble movements which would equally wesr
out the confederacy. If successful in taking
HA5T1N6S. some twelve miles, we believe, of swampy
ground compelling a dctonr, along the
can march westward, end in combination
with tbe fleet, assault Mobile on tha Sand
side, and form anew line of communication
by the Alabama river.
Still farther—the coarse which we believe
mow prrbable—he cao simply oeewpy Geor
gia and harry and raid through South Caro
lina, eonauTning crops and carrying off ne
VT« hate a good asaortmeni it Confederacy finally, ceaapclliag Lee to
Fecit mast be remembered, that el
E O N S I I O N A N E N I O N I S A S A N A E I E
be starved out, its armies ctn bo—that is
its supplies can be cut off which ara near
the railroads and river*-—the only supplied
of any consequuenca in"a military point o'
These are the possible and probable glo
rious results of Gen. (Slant's strategy, and
tien. Sherman's perttsscity and skill.
Whatever news way be from Virginia,
i\\i whole campaign is made a su?iess by
Sherman's victorious advitnee. Nothing
now can, in all probability, che.k or male
rially change this.. The greatest obstacles
Lav* been overcome final victory at At
lanta is at hand. Even Lee's transference
to Georgia with his army, could not now
save^he campaign. have onij to wait
and watch the elow^efie^s of this strategy,
and hi a sured of the i«kue.
The Grasshoppere Scours in Dakota.,
The young territory of Dakota has
mensesize and but few people. She has
not entered upon the usual race of Western
territorial prosperity as yet, and the pros
pect of soon becoming a populous State, is
not very flattering. The vastness of her
prairies forbidding to rapid settlement
and no mineral riches have been develop?!
to draw to Dakota the/ tide of mining in
dustry. Indians arq|« threatning and in
some sections troublesome, and for a few
years past the farms opened in the fertile
valleys have been scorched by drough th or
desolated hy grasshoppers. The latter
.'aourge has been vorf severe this season, a
terrible army of grasshoppers have_swept
through the whole Sioux Valley, from Fort
Pierre to far below Sioux City. They be
gan their ravages at Yankton, JulY 25th,
and continued thera'fbr a week,, cutting off
every green thing ia gardens and on farms.
The Dakota Unior^nt August 2d states
that the entire year?*, snpply of provisions
must be procured from the neighboring
R'ates, and urges that teams be sent for
ibem to Jlinnesotaeind Tcwa at ence.
Som» one, whoset^bead is unusual IT level,
has written out bis^deas of religion as fol
Ion :. It wii! do to,read and ehink about:
We want religion^^hat goes into tin fam
ily, ard k*eps the htisltand from being spite
'ul v.iion tho dinnerJsflate keeps the hus"
band tracks the nfwly-wnshad floor with
his muddy boots, and makes the hus' and
minJftil of' the scraper and door mat.
amuses the children A» well as instructs
them projects the honey moon into the
harvest-moon, and makes the happy \iours
like the Eastern 6j» tree, bearing in its beau
ty of the tender blos«am and the glory of
the ripened fruit. We want a religion that
hears fruit not only on tb« sinfullness of sin,
but on tho rascality of lying and stealing a
religion that banuhes all ama'l measures
from the coun'ers, small baskets from the 'g/ta"Ceo youn*
Malls, pebbles from the cotton bag.*, clay
from pepper, sand from sigar, chickory
coffe, be re from vinegar, alum hv*n
from butter, ljt chuine from
accomplished nothing but a wearing iiege ni not put uli the big strawberries and
of Kic mond and a gradual suiting of Lee's
communications—with Sherman vic'orious I bottom. It will not affer more baskets
the pame is his. For it must be rcruem
that is to advanca the worll
at tho top. and all tho bad ones a1
I of wine than the vineyards ever produ ed
The religion that is to sanctify tho world
pays its delts. It does sot consi
cents returned for one hundred given
cording to gospel, although it is aceordirg to
law. i: looks on a man w' has failed in
a A 0
nsider forty I
thief. It looks on a man who promises to
pay fifty dollars on demand, with in'ere.'t,
and who neglects to pay it on demand, with!
marked the handkerchiefs in bis window I
with lb le iin
word. W 2
•Very well,'said the lady,'you may
me up a dozen.'
The handkerchiefs were cut off and de-' despotism.
livered to the lady, who gave tha shopkeep
ceou apiece that wou'd be $6 per down.''
•To be sure, I understand much arith
metic aa that $6 is the price half six is
three—that is half price. I think that Is
cheap enough. Good day sir.'
The lady shut the door. The shop keep
er opened bis eyes. For five minu'es he
stood still as a pomp gaxing vacantly at the
window biting his lips and looking very
red, ha quietly removed the card pianed to
tbe handkerchief, and resolwd to announce
no more goods selling at half price.
Oow. Baftotk teHc a euileas story'of
Jomiai,' samrinf his remarkable knowings
of military earategv. or what the Fioacb
call ttrwtyie tntiitkn. One can not hot re-^
grat that tha quality was aot more gener
RED WING. GOODHUE COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5J4,1864. WHOLE NO. 487.
era $ 3 bill. BOHOBED WITHDEAWAI. or ABBa*tfA«
Beg year pardon, madam. But I ha LIXCOLK.— I rumored in Kew York,
-tol yon th3 handkerebiefii were fifty jaod the report is beleived by many
•Having been sumreseed to the imperial
bnadqearurs at Mayancs,attbe begenmg
though the whois rebel Coafieataey cannot of the campaign of Jena. Kapoleor *tSA to! »ae ie vary tidy.
him 'I am delighted that be best work
whjph demonstrates the true prncipleaof
war has appeared in ray reign. No woik
like yours ia taught in cur military schools.
We are going to fl^ht the Prussians. I have
called you near me because you have wrjt
i-noj the campaigns of Frederick tho
Great, be ause you know- his array, snd
have studied the theatre uf the war.'^Jouu.
ni aaked for four days to get his hones andc
equipage from the h#adquartrs of Marshal
War BEE3 WORK IN THK DABK. A hfo
time might be spent in investigating the
mysteries hidden in a bee h'.ve, and still
half of tie secrets would he undiscovered
The formation of the call has long been
a celebrated broblem for the mathematician
whilst the changes which the honey under
goes off?r at loast an equal interest to the
chemist. Every one knows what honey
fresh from the comb is like. .It ii clear yel
low syrup, without a trace of solid sugar in
it. Upon straining, howjever, it gradually
assumes a crystallin. appearance—ir car.d
ies, as,ihe saying is atid ul imately becomes
a solid mass of sugat. It has boen suspect
ed that this change was due, to a photo
graphic action that the same agent which
alters the molecular arrangement ol iodide
of silver on the excited collodion plate, and
determines the formation of champhor and
iodme crystals in a bottle, causes the syrup
honey to assume crystalline form. This,
however, is the onse. M. Scheiblor has en
closed honey in stoppered flasks, some of
which he has kept in perfect darkness
whilst others have been exposed to light
The invariable result has been that the aun
ned portion rapidly crystalixed, whilst that
kept in dark remained perfectly liquid. We
now see why bees are so earful to work in
perfect darkness, and why they are so care
fol to obscure tho glass windows which are
sometimes placed in tht-ir hives. The ex-
tempts are not r«cognit3d, and invalids
live in luxury,
long ago. The fact that besdiil Uvea, Btlll
writes, still cries for. peace, still opposes the
war.still mourns or«i Union aoccess, andstill
to stop volunteering, confutes and.con
tradtcts all bis balderdash about Northern
Ney, and added that be would in ii W -,J,"*!!"
Majesty at Bambarg. 'Why at Bamberg Stat«S-M,
said the Eoip.ror. -Who told you tkat I a and an
am agoing to Bamber» f* 'The ma^ oJ
Germany, siro.' 'Th^re area huudred
roads on the map,' said Napoleon. 'YYs
sire but ft is probab^^ihjat your Jdajesty
will msttt^^aihst the left of ihef ^ru*siatts
the nme manoeuvre uhich was made at
Denawerth sgsinst the right Muck, and
Saint Bernard against tha right of Me
las.' 'Very well,'said Napdoon, *go to
Bamberg, but don't say a word about it no
one should know that I am a going to Bam
The Providencj Journal «uta down its
exchange and its free list, and btgs that
those who have heretofore come on the lat"
ter, won't think that now they must sub
scribe, because at the present prics of the
while paper, a subscription is not a favor.
P«"«s on the libuidky
of the saccyarmine food presented to them
and if light were allowed access to this, the
syrup would gradually occuquire a more or
less solid consistency it would seal up the
eolls, and in all the probability prove fatal
to the inmates of the hi\c.
THE DIFKKUENCIS—GOV. Brown, of
Georgia, has issued ofders to make a levy
en tnaste, calling al! hands to the field—all I Wtions. In almost sllfliseascS tHo liver
men under sixty and boys over aixiea!— the first that stops work one by one tbe
P03lt''vely march and
the south they drive all the people into the
army they do not permit any criticism on
tho war if
a reb(J.g 0 a
lack of sj rapathy, they shoot him. In tbe
North we allow three tenths of the people
S W a 0
interest, and who neglects to pay it on de Hood, denounce the Government
mand, wi'h or without interest, or a liar.
enlistmenU—then we are
satisfied with one-tenth of fighting
Selling at Half i\ice. If we can get them. What wonder that
A sh:p keeper in a small town one day
°ry is pospon
ded with him bebte. entered the establish- fand had written to Jeff Davis as he has o'f
m«nl, and having looked at tho h.ndkcr.» President Lincoln.'hsvo would ha been hung
chiefs inquired the pnae.
'Fifty cents apiece,' replied the sbepkeep
in possesion to well informed,
that, at an early day, Abraham Lincoln
will withdraw hfs n'noiS aa a* candid tte for
re elecUon, and urge the'sssembiihf c4 an
other nom-natipg convention, ft ie raid
that Thirrlow Weed's recent visit to Wash
ington had reference IA this "flanr move
men t." We give this rumor for what it ie
worth, not vouching for its relishflitv.—
The XmruT» ««wisli is father to
thought." The whofo eopperheod tribe did
their beat to proicnt tha leiinaMail'ij of
Hr. iaaeole, tad dreaded the sweat, bet
now »hat the people have renomiwated bint
they would like to hear of big withdrawal!
bnt never will he gratified- Mr. Lsacola
wHl he Preaideat oftha UhttU States ho
fore the people will let him withdraw.—
Tbe earth is exceediagty dirty, but tha
^lghtihf Fwp«Jttttsit Hoith aud
The Philadelphia Matteti* pabllshes a
sU'err.ent'shnwing tbe «laiive\ raseurces
fir men of the loyal and rebel Stete», which
is quite interesting and valuable. Accor
ding'bathe cnt-uaof -IhflhT, there were in
the. free S.ijtes *hree eailionveight hundred
and sixty thousand White men capable of
bearii arms, wbfe in the fe**l States
there were but. the million, one hundred
siri sixteen thousand, and ill '. the four
Deleware—*thTO were five
humred and forty thousand.
'iliere can not ba a doubt Chat the already
large porpurtion lohging to the free States
has been increased since 1800 to over four
millions in spite of the war, while it is
equally certain that the population bet
to the rebel States has been dimished to
less than one million, owing to the war, and
the total abspce of emigration from Europe
and from other States. The number be
longing to the four border slave States may
be fairly regarded as abaut equally divided
between-the lo/al and disloyal, so tfaat they
may be left out of the consideration^
Pennsylvania alone has' more than ha'f as
many mtn eapab'e of bearing arms as the
olo of the rebel States. New Tori and
Pennsylvania united could furnish aiore
men to the army than all the rebel 'States
united. Whosoever has had any notien
that the fighting element in the loyal States
is becoming exhausted, will be -convinced
he is wrong on looking at the above figures.
In the rebel States, however, there must be
exhaustkt"on before long. The conscript
ion has swept up every man who can carry
a musket, and new it is taking those whose
age exceeds forty five.
Yet the rebel armies are not nearly so
strong as they were fermarly, and they
must diminish rapidly from this
time forward. In the free and loyal
States, however, there are several mil
lions of able-bodied men, liable to military
service, who have rwer served a day and
from these, volunteers or conscipts can be
ob nined more than sufficient to bring the
rebellion to a close.—Milwaukee- S.nttnd
A coBUEsrounKNT gives an account of the
heroic fortitude of a young boy who wasstances.
wounded in a recent charge in Grant's army.
He was in hospital at Washington. Tbough
each heel, between the tendons and theair
bono, there was a large hole, and both were,
full of maggots, which had eaten ItMrir way
down under the bones of his feet tJbwe wss
also another wound in the fleshy part of his
left thigh, where the ball carried away half
a pound of flesh and muscle this wa« also
full of maggots. Turpentine was used by
the surgeon to get rid of the maggots, yet
the brave little fellow bore the intensee pain
like a martyr, and when asked if be sufF red
said -Yea, I suffer very mnch, but I am
willing to be torn piecemeal joint by joint,
while living, for my country andtfor lib
WAVTH S Drwo savEa WEE^.— The
reason the dying never weep is because the
manufacturers of life have stopped /orever,
every gland of the system has ceased its
Wow,and all the fountains' of life
dried up—there is no ecCre
differar9 in "/"here. So the eye, jit death,
weeps not—not that all affection i» dead to
to the heart, beeau^e there is not a tear
drop in it any more than there M'tnoisture
on the lip. It is »_ striking chatacteristie
or thaj terrible disease, the chofera that the
patient however suddenly seized, n.?ver
sheds a tear, even though Purrouaded by
weeping friends. The feature oft the dis
esse is the suspension of the eeerietiAn of
t?ie system and the most active excretory
work, which the body is drshed of its
Lanras vs GEST&EIIEB.—Three things
thst a lady cannot do
1st. Slu cannot pass a millinery abop
2nd. She cannot see apiece of tees with
ont asking the price,
3d. She cannot ike a baby wjtheut kiss
ing it. •'. •-•.^•KF?
A lady of our acquatnfsnco turns the ta
bles on tha eenUemen as follows
Three thirgt a gentlemen cannot do:
1st He cannot ge through the house and
shot the dnora after him.
2nd. He cannot have a shirt made to
suit him. ',
3d. He oaaoor be pleased wit* IndW
"«e« W mister,'' amid and Irfch lad of
»ev^sn mere whowii»i#»fdbf a 4of,
•if you don't take that dog away fwiir eat
*fl your apples «p."
Soma qoeer (eHow has defined
prodigal do*r« en thaart af
m'nieaa is to be aagmentad fcy
dred and fifty saints, who
wwias, and Paiiee ateatly
A Bootoa hooaWOer tosft a Wl ia
CM tha other day. an tho bark
«sa writiaa-'Please a W eaami
LOOK OUT ron TH« Oiaa.—The first lo
comotive,forthe Minieabta Central Sad
arrived at. St. PauV Monday yight by tha
steames Enterprise.,Jffae same bo^ brought
up a locmotlve tender, plwtfbrm car, a boil
er for. the Company's machine.' sh«»p at th a
place and^T large amount of iroafor-the
track of the track.
Th. laying of .rack frbeiaj*' pushed for
ward.as rapidly as the Iron can be pbtaiaei.
A Goon HIT.^-L»a#t Sunday, -the Rev.
Mr. MeMullen preached a war sermon in
Lafayette, Ind, in which beftold Iba piou«
coppeihensis that in a single battle fought
by the Hebiews, 120 000 were slain, and
200,000 carried into captivity. But the
than have fallen in batlle for natknaf-lde ia
three years, and yet they hare not howled
once about it.
WoxnsRFCLb TEAvsLmo.—Col* Moore,
Superintendent of the Terre Haute Bail
road, lately accomplished one of the most
extraerdihary feats of railroad traveling on
record. Leaving St. Louis at four o'clock
on Thursday afternoon, he reached Buffalo
Friday njght at ten o'clock, attended to Ida
business, jumped on the return train, and
was in St. Louis again on Suud iy morrtniag
at nineo'cloek, haviag trarelod nearly fif
tetn hunirttmiles in sixty/our hours
How many people go to church as a riehy
man frein the South goes*to a hotel. He.
has his big boxes, his trunk*, his wife aBd
ebildren, and plenty of money, and hew ants
to find commodious apartments. Man/
people think that if they clothes, and a good
supply of money, and Ire well-appearing
and good praying boarders in tha hotel of
the church, they are just the kind that .wo
wan\. We do not want .any such -folks.
We have too many of them already This
in respeet toa man's qualification^! en?
tering the church, falsifies tbe fundamen
tal idea of Christianity for we look up.n
men, and know that by the ierce of evil
passions from within and the pleasure of
temptations from wiihout imperfection has
wrought itself into sins in innumerable in-
Habit is so powerful, sympathy so
strong, the allurements of the world so en
gaging, and the Prises of th« power of the
is so wise an administrator, that we
know perfectly that every living man do*,
ind will" s:a.—3. W. -Aeehsr.
WHT THE KEBKI.3 ARE CALI/KD, ••JOB*
KIBS.»— In 186t the federals soldiers called
the rebels secesh fnl&eg, confeds in 1863,
gray-backs, in 1864 tbey call them John
nies. A correspondent gives us tho follow
ing information about the orogin of the Itwt
named soulrcquel: The name of Johnny
originated in a quarrel between a couple o4
pickets, which begun by the federal telling
the rebel that they (the rebels) depOndod
on Englandforgetting out of this scrape,
which the rebel denied emphatically, saying
they were, able to scrape themselves out.
One word brought on another, till the Fed
eral said that his opponent was no better
than a Johnny Bull anyhow the Reb
swore ho would sheet the Yank If he called
him a Johnny Bull again. The quarrel
was stopped by another picket, and they
soon cooKd down, but the Reb. kept' mut
Uring 'I'd as soon be called a nigger as a
Johnny Bull.'* -.'
A Western editor was recently request
er! to send his paper to a dintan patron, pro
vided ho would take his pay in -'Iraki." At
the end of the year lie found that his sew
subscriber was a coffin maker.
An Irishman was indulging' in the veyy
ntellectual occupation of sucking row eggs
and reading a newspaper. By some mis
chance he contrived to belt a live chicken.
The poor bird chirruped as it went down
his throat, and he very cooly said, 'Be the
powers, my young friend, you spoke to late/
One of the largest farms in Northampton,
Massachusetts, produced ninet.en thousand
dollars' worth of tobbaco last year, and sev
eral other famers raised from five thousand
tea lucusaod dollars worth.
ew ii tf
THE horses Fillingbam and Oenersl Bat.
ter are to trot on ihe Fashion Course, Long
Island, next month, for a purse of $10,000.
SCUVCOABDT & GranARD, bakers of New
York, have brought eait against the Ifiehi
gao Southern Bailrwl for the recovery of
The Chattanooga Rh*l, of a recent data,
says 'We admire Mclelhm and 'aw sJmire
ButUaUo we admire- Vailandigbam more
than all, because he went against the war.
at the start, and has kept his (aith
Saear—On Sunday last a drove of ahoat
thia^thooaaadslieeppaassd throagh this
village en raafa ear Miaemrav Tha fot.
lowing day another drove of twelve haodrod
went tbroaah aw their way to tha Miaaeaa
toeooatry. Tad raistaf of oboe* ioaprods
able iavestmeat, aad oar fatal eel ia this
aeotioat aaemd give mora attoatiaa to
o^arfo, Wistenain Ma&u
Bgroas yon ecocide Ua a eabj
hath-what people term doapajs