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LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD.
TROlf, LINCOLN COUNTY, I MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1866:
A LCK OF Hill
A wood-sthni sat by a massy too
One bright May-day aAenats,wira springing
Tlir ttttM wsradark M night could bt,
Bat bar heart was light, and aha wu ringing
A lanny long la the forest there i
VIUTl ihenr ho gars ma this lock of hair f
-Ono a';dinmmer moon, by tho ilghlag lea,
Along tho pebbly ihore I strolled,
And one wai then who walked with mo,
Whois oyas wero ainro, wheia hair wai gold 1
Woe It tho whole forehead yielded me thlt
Which I hold to ay llpi and lovingly ktuT
I roamed one twilight through a land
Of erlmion and gold, when the autumn tun
Had painted the leavei with the deficit hand
That ever to mortal ken wai known ,
And by my tide wai brown-haired girl (
Was It then that I itole a choinut curlT
The winter wlndi were wild and drear,
My tout wai lick, and I ilghed for reit,
And tho woman who is to mo most dear
Klsicd me, and toothed mo npon herbroaitt
This tresi li as whlto as a flaka of snow,
Aid It camo from my beautiful mother's brow
THE RAILROAD 01IECTOE8.
Two railroad directors sat down to (lino
At tho Aitor Homo ono day,
And after the dliccr camo plenty of wine
Jolly directors wero they.
Surplus and dividend they had stored
Where it would keep and swell,
And tho delicate business of tho board
That day they had managed well.
Hut the buzilng wluo rosu to tfcolr brains
And drowned discretion out,
Whllo tho greenish ttngo of their heavy gains
Colored their thought , no doubt.
Tho door was ejsr; they thucklod loud ;
And si railroad traveler near,
Whose head for a murdered wllo wai bowed,
Their chuckles could but hear.
SiiM vnc, " Do yon undented wy move
Tor a new Hack nil complete j
Oar caro for tlx' public weal 'twill protc,
And our stuck will bull tho strrct.
Wo shall turn tho old rails outside la, )
And the old tics upside down,
And puiiititlic bridges, that ibukc like tin,
With a cheap and strengthening brown.".
Si'ld the other, "My Resolution strikes
Half tho old hands awny
Kach of the rest may go it ho likes
Tbcro arc cheaper hands than they.
Suino sco to much, and I will havo dona
With their knowing growls of fear j
A worn-out engine had hotter bo ran
liy a half-priced engineer."
Tlio traveler rose with a hopeless groan
And went his desolate way j
Ho knew too well why he walked alone,
With his heart beneath tho clay ;
While the direoters paid their blli
With never a sigh of care,
And to palaea homes on Murray II 1U
Hulled up through tho geldcn air.
Next month was another "accident"
From a broken tie and rail,
And a score of precious souls wen sent
Through tho gateway cold and )Ie
And by many more, crushed, maimed, and torn.
Writhing in.hopclcts pain,
Was the lifelong, fearful witness borao
Of tho vll dlrnetors' tain.
At a party, a lady treated her compauy
with preserved peaches. A gentleman at
the table put one, as ho supposed, into
his mouth and attempted to pull out the
stem; after pulling seme time, he was
obliged to give tt up, and on putting it
on his plato ho found that ho had boon
tugging away at ainouso, which had prob
ably fallen into tho lady's ptesorvo-jar.
With the utmost coolness, ho inquired of
th lady if sho had a cat in the house.
Yes, sir, why ?
Well, I would liko to havo her take this
tuouso away, that's all.
On one occasion tho Gelonol was asked
by tome ladies if it was not worso for the
gentlemen to drink than for ladies to uio
snuff? Tho Colncl replied both wero bad;
and that if his wife should ever, tako to
snuff, he'd lickor, certain.
Nebraska Salt. Some of tho rich
est salt fields in tho world aro contained
in Nebraska. In Salino and Lancaster
counties, fifty miles from tho Missouri
river, aro' about 20,000 acres in thrco
several basins, covered with a thick crust
'Everybody has read tho tonohing ac-
count, which went tho rounds about a
year ago, of tho two dogs in San Fran
cisco known as "Bummer" and "Laza
rus;" of the firm friendship which exis
ted between them, and tho grief of the
former when his companion was removed
by doath. A California paper says:
"Bummer," tho business partner of tho
lato lamented "Lazarus," is dead. In
lifo thoy wero two dogs with but a sin
gle thought two hearta that beat as one.
A monument should be erectod to their
memory inscribed with Dog' on it.
0 Thirty plundering strcot car conduct
ors were rocently detcctod In New York
Men aro somotimti acetued of prido,
merely because their accusers would bo
proud themsolvos if they wero in their
ISxnerisnco is a necker. nnmn.. iW
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afool never consults until he has lost his
A molaneholy Truth. When a rakish Eastern train. Tho sleigh was drawn by
youth goes astray, friends gather around one horse, attached somo distonco from
him in order to restore him to the path thc vehiclo.Vhich also contained the bag.
of virtue Gentleness and kindness aro gage of ft, pMgengcrs. It was the pub
lavished upon him to win himbaok to in- ,!o convcyanco runnlng from Dubuque to
nocence and peace. No ono would bus- Dunlcitb and tho agCnt accompanying it
poet that he had over sinned. But when carrka a hnlo for H WM datk It httd
a poor, confiding girl is betrayed, she cooded but a ,hort distanco whon tho
receives ho brand of society, and i, fQ . a ,,,, h , ieh
henceforth drivon from tho ways of vir. . .? , , .
. mi i . . . . , to the north, and tho passengers were
tuo. The botraycrts honored, rospectcd, . . , , 4l . r w
esteemed; but there is no peace for her
this side of the grave. Society has but
few loving, helping hands 'for her, no
smiloofpcace.no roico of forgiveness. Lionel wont over oaexwaras, ana pass
Thoso aro earthly moralities unknown to cn8ra nnd trunl8 camo on toP ofllim
hoavon. Thero is a deep wrong in them. The "go bad jumped from the sleigh as
nnd fearful aro tho consequences.
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not tho man. As the ass that carried
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burden; for separato tho riches from tho
person, and thou shalt sco friendship
leave tho man and follow that which ever
wisher ntiiopt IVIiiIp tin nmv entn.
mand, and can either give or control, h
hath attendance and proffer of lore at all
hands; but which of these dare ucknowl- Ho held her up, however, and finally got
edgo him whon ho is going to prison for her out. Uis daughter had gone entire
debt? Then these wasps that made such y under, nnd came p without her bon
music about this cnlipot. show plainly net. Sho was finallv holrjed out bv a
that they camo only for the honey that danger, who told the Colonel that it
was in it. This is tho misery of tho didn't matter what his namo was. A lad
wealthy, that thoy 'cannot know their dor wa3 rought and put down into tho
menus; wncreas tuoso mat love tnc poor
man, love him for luuisclt. Ho that
would choose a truo friend, must search
out ono that is neither covetous nor am-
bitious:for a such ono loves but himself
in tuco; and if it bo raro to find any ono
not Infoctcd with these qualities, thc best
Kxccssivo wealth is neither glory uor
happiness. Tho cold nnd sordid wretch
who thinks only of Jhimsclf; who draws
ftiaan lajiswl MM thin Ilia eh All nn.l nAPnK fAitta
,t out but fet-tho purpose of lucre and
ostentation; who looks upon his follow
creatures, not only without sympathy,
bat with arrogance and insolence, as if
thoy wero mado to bo his vassils, and ho
to bo their lord; as it they woro mado for
nooiuer purpoeo v .u s.u.j.. wa8 f oon quito comfortable. Tho Colo
avarice, or to contribute to his aggran-, flf Uay fcf
dixementj suchama. may bo rich, but ho to iDforn his famUy and allay any
trustmohe can never bo happy, nor JJ
virtuous nor great. There is in a for-, 7 cJ
tuno a golden mean, which is tho appro . U1 """" ' , ... . , ,
Priatowgioa of virtue and intelligence. Vehes from hi. , daughter yesterday and
Bo eontent with that; and if the horn of, was quite well, not .von having taken
plenty overflow," let ! droppings fall cold. The Colonel camo homo in tho
upon your follow men; Ictjthcmall, liko samo clothci ho had on whon ho went in
tho droppings of honey in. tho wlldor- to the river, and wo can only account for
ness, to cboer.tht faint andwcary piU tho man being alivo and well iujeosidcra
grim. " " tion of tho excitement which must havo
Woarobornto trouble; and wo may dd D0 of f "Uif0"' JJ"
depend upon it while wo Hvo in this other passengers all got out safely. Tho
world we shall havo it, though with hvUgPH- as ' 8Mcd The horso and
termissionsthatis, in whatever state wo sleigh did not get into thc river. The
aro, wo shall find a mixture of good and spaco of open wator mado by tho break
ovil. And thercforo tho truo way to was about twenty feet square. It was a
coutentmont is to know how to receive perilous situation and narrow escape.
theso certain vicissitudes of lifo. the ro-
turns of good and evil, so as neither to
La AtlAfl w tA Ann aw av wf l Awn litf
tho other, but to bear ourselves toward penty and success quality men tor uso
every thing wbieh happons with sueheasoj fulness and happiness. Tho storms of
and indifference of mind as to hazard as adversity, like thoso of tho ocean, rouse
little aa may bo. This is tho truo tern-' the faculties, and excite tho invention,
perate climate fitted us by nature, and ' prudence, skill, and fortitude of tho voy
in which overy wise man would wish to ger. Tho martyr of ancient times in
TC braoing their minds to outward ealama-
Of nrosentfamo think but little. and ties, acquired a loftiness of purpose and
of future loss.
Tho praises that wo re-
ceivo after wo aro buried, like the posies
that aro atrowed over our grave, may bo
gratifying to tho living, but thoy aro
nothing to tho doad. Tho dead aro gono
cither to a plaoo whero thoy hear them
not, or where, if thoy do, thoy will despiso
We are moro inolincd to hato ono anotb-
er for points on which wo agree. Tho
reason perhaps is this: when we find
ntliAra that airrea with us. we seldom
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trouble ourselves to confirm that agree-
nrent; but when wo chanco on thoso that
Aftr villi nm trn nrn !aatoBa hnth to
convince and te convert them. Our
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pride is hurt by the failure, aad,.disap.
pointed pnuo cngonacra oaireu.
A Blelgh Lead ef Fasseagen Break
Threigh the lee lite the MIsslsslaBl
From tho Cedar Falls (Iowa) duetto.
On Wednesday morning last a load of
tiAnriiM AAniialinM l Air It ib I stfi (MR.
""-"""s "B " o"-
t,emon 8nd tw0 Mk" tu,n,Pled to croM
the river at Dubuquo, to tako the early
Sessions and his daughter Mary, of this
were among th. passengers. Tho
no saw it going down, and, in seeking to
cscuo tuoso in tho water, had broken in
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nnu loss sua iikus. at wua du u-. muw
tuat nothing could bo distinguished, nnd j
tho situation was terrible. Tho Colonel ,
was rcrfcetlv solf-DOSsessed, and repeat-
odly eautlonod thoso around him not to
bo frightened, nnd they would nil Set oat.
Ho know his daughter was in tho water,
but wherO she W8B ho could UOt tell. Ho
dui wuere ane wis ue cuuiu uui wu,
got hold of a ludy whom ho supposed to
be her, but soon discovered it was not.
This tho Colonel irrapplcd, and
nn to it forever. But his muscles relax-
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Ho wcnt unJcr watof
ii lAfAaA hA r ami Kliuiu Sntiumna
went under twice, and when taken out
was almost insensible. Ilcrclothcs wero
SOon froten stiff, and bhe was unable to
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out oHho wator. haviDg forgolton h 0Wn
gafelv jn ,Uo rcri, of othc, WM ,tm ao.
Uv0( and carricd hor to tho omnibus on
thm9) wUcl drovo rapldIy to.tJi0 Julicn
Umm Hero Miss Sessions was kindly
, careJ fct by Mw RuM fto landIady. and
I. - a I J. .
A Bmootb eca never maae a stimui
mariner, neither do uninterrupted pros.
trv Aval haAism wanvf h a lltntimn ftf HOIK
I want to tell you a secret. Tho way
ti maka voursilf nleasant to ethers, is to
Bhow t,l0m atlontion. Tho wholo world
Jg Hko the miUor at Mansfiold, who cared
for nobody no, not he, because nobody
cared for bira. And the whole world
would servo you so, if you gavo them tho
same cause. Let 07ery ono thercforo,
sae that vou do caro for thea, by show-
' inc them the small courtesies, in which
f M voio'e u 8t to
jeMe and whj0i, manifests themselves
bv tender and affeotionate looks and lit-
tfo acta of attention gl
preferonco in every llttlo enjoyment at
g,, tobi0 fa tbo fai, walking, sitting,
or staoding. JSx.
Cera as Fact.
Tho' last corn crop in Iowa was Tory
large far abovo tho demand for homo
use: so that tho superabundance of this
"staff of life" is being converted to tho
useful purposes of fuol i It is said that
a bushel of corn will produco as much
heat as a bushel of coal; and those who
have tried tho experiment affirm that
com in thi car gives considorbly moro
heat than tho same bulk of wood. Ears
of corn can bo bought at ton cents per
bushel, and soventy bushels will moasuro
a cord. Wood, including sawing, costs
89,60 per cord, which is 82,50 moro than
tho cost of a cord of corn, besido tho fact
that tno c rn produces moroheat. Thero
is a mill in Muscatine which has for some
timo been using this kink of fuel, and it
is found to bo suporior to nnd cheaper
than any other. Itopubucan.
gf eeUcles for limes.
Tho United States Oazotto relates the
following incident : A gentleman had an
old an valued horse whose sight was do
fecttvo. For somo tuno past tho quadru
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pea utiucuu u iwiiuchi;, iu otuuiu.u,
to strain is sight at objocta close to him,
in a manner that t-ct tho kind hearted
owner to devising a remedy. The gen
tlcman judged that with a pair of specta
cles tho horso would do as well as in his
prime An optician ground to order n
n.iir nfncbhlo daises about tilts SIZO of
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Thov wero fixed in a tramo ever
horse's oyes. That animal is now a horso
in spectacles, and not, an elderly gentle
man ever yet showed n greater apprecia
tion of tho convicnicnce. When in the
stablo tho spectacles are removed.
Tho Madison (Wisconsin) Journal givc3
a fcarlul story ot hydrophobia at water-
loo. Wisconsin, upon tno authority ot
cnry Drew, assistant superintendent of
public property. It says:
Somo six or seven yoara aso a mad
dog went through tho village of Water-
loo, Jefferson county, and bit a number
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at the leg of a cow belonging to 31 r.
Babcock. Tho animal was examined,
I d , ,t d b
titiv net trinrl nrnj fnitrwl nml 1 wna enn.
animal was afterward sold to a man by
ho mmQ fflf Garri80 wbo UBcd m
a of w &Qmo
ofIi8 aelma lnclud,B8 Mr. Drew's
farailyf woro tt,60 euppiicj witl, the milk
ofthi8 cow. At different times during
I th(J Umo s5nco tlie cow wa9 b!tt0D) tho. 0
has been inexplicablo and fatal sickness
among thoso using her milk, and two
children of Mr. Garrison's, two of Sir.
Drew's, and two others, hare been at
tacked with spasm, and diod in great
ngony. Sir. Garrison has also been at
tacked at times with spasm. The mys
tery of this sickness was solved by tho
death, with every symptom of hydropho
bia, a -short timo ego, of tho cow so
slightly bitten seven years ago, and in
whoso system madness had been latent
ever since The caso is a singular ono
and worthy tho attention .of scientific
The Cllaate ef Arkansas
Tho valley of the Nilo cannot boast a
groator fortility than that of tho Missis
sippi, and grandeur nnd moro diversified
scenes selaom meet tho oyo - of tho trav
oller in any land than thoso which aro
scon in tko mountain regions of Arkansas.
Further South tho fie and oranco aro
found, but there tho fruits of tho North
aro found in higher perfection than in
an v of tho older States Tho ricor of
. . . . . ' . it
winter unknown, m February, tho
poach trcos aro in full bloom, and March
there has ofton .tho beauty of May. A
ia finlnliitniei nltmnrt vntiwl hrt ilimtltlf I
tofind,.ndhudred. of the soldiers of
tho Army of the Potomac wero surprised
and delichtedat tho difference between
the climate of Arkansas and that of tho
various States from wbieh thoy eamo; and
it was not uncommon to' hear them say
that when the war was over thoy would
make it their homo. Indoed, tho advant
ages of tho South wero nevor fully ap-
lAnA anil AnA APlhAVAlll
f, . .it.. t.
mo war will uo ium iuoubuuuo nuu umo
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gone thero n arms w 1 at no distant day,
throng thither to cultivate tho arU of
peaco.-Pralrie Grovo Gawtto.
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oldest chain bridco in
to bo atKintuno in
ms a perfoct road from
The largest and
tho world is said
China: whoro it forms a perfoct road from
tho top of one lofty mountain to tho top
A lean awkward boy, camo ono morn-
ing to tho door of tho principal of a celc- (
bratod school and asked to soe him.
Tho servant eyed his mean clothes; and
thinking ho looked moro like a beggar '
than anything olso, told him logo around (
to tho kitchen. Tho boy did as ho wan
bidden, and appeared at tho back door.
Tou want a breakfast moro like, said
tho servant girl, and I can give you that
Thank you, saidthe boy, I should liko braska, a distance ot two nunureu anu
to sco Mr., if ho can seo mo. forty miles, and thore they wero sold to
Some old clothes may be you want, rc- freighters, to go to Idaho. About nx
marked tho servant, again eyeing tho wcoka ago theso same cattlo retutaod, to
boy's patched clothes. I guess he has F'ynn'i farm, where they wero raised,
nono to spare; ho gavo away a sight, and Tbolr necks were galled from tho yoke,
without minding tho boys request, sho and they wero bruised and strainod, ahow
wont about her work. g oy " hon doingheavy work;
Can I seo Mr.? again asked the boy, 1 and thc probability is that after being sold
after finishing his broad and butter. ' to tho freighters thoy traveled westward
Well, ho is in tho library, if he roust until they gavo out, perhaps, two hun
bo disturbed, he ust but ho does liko to dred miles or more, and wero them turned
bo nlono sometimes, said tho girl in a peo-, looso. It is truly a remarkable fiiot that
vishtone. Sho seemed to think it very these two stcors, after an absonco of near
foolish to admit such a ill-looking fellow j a year, should alono and unattended,
into her master's presence, however, sho aided by their dumb instinct, find .their
Wiped her hands and bade him follow,
Oponingtbo library door,' she said: ,
Hero's somebody, sir, who is drcadiul
anxious to sco vou, and so I let him iti.
I don't know how tho boy introduced
himsolf, or how ho opened business, but
I know that after talking awhile, tho
prineipal put asidojtho volume which ho
L. . , ,.!.!. .l mnlc soma Greek
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r. The examination luted some tiuo.
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stvery qucsiiuu huiuii mu juv.if.
ed the boy was answered readily.
Upon iiiy word, exclaimed tho princi-
pal, you do certainly do woll, looking at
thc boy from head to foot, over his spec-'sessions, owns both tho St. N cholas and
taclcs. Why, my boy, where did yon tho Mctiopolitau hotels tho snug little
pick up so much? sum of 8130,000 a year as their rental,
In my spare monicntsanswcrol tho ' providing him with pocket money to buy
oy. " ' cigars with and pcanuta. As he and his
Here ho was, poor, hard-working, with1 mf0 ar0 njono jn th0 orid hav0 no
butTcw opportunities for Jschooliug, yet children, and arc excessively economical
almost fitted for college, by improving n their expenditures, it is possiblo that
his sparo moments. Truly, aro notsparo their million and a half a year of incomo
moments tho gold duit of timo? How may enable them to subsist, at least, in
precious tbey should be! What account theso oxtravagant times, especially as
canjyou show for them? Look and sec. they havo the choico of two hotels to live
This boy can tell you how very much can gfa E"118 nothing.-Fittsburg
bo laid up by improving them; nnd thero , m ,
are many, many other boys, I am afraid, Terrible Accifeat WeSl aii Chfld
in jail, in tbo houso of correction, in tho . DrOWBCf!.
forecasts of a whale ship, in tho tippling We learn from a gentleman who camo
shop, who if you should nsk them when from Kansas yesterday afternoon, that as
they began their sinful courses, might a man was crossing from this side with a
answor, In my sparo moments. , wagon heavily loaded wiUi goods, drawn
In my sparo moments I gambled for by two horses, in which was riding a wo
marble. In my spare moments I began manlaud child, when near tho middle of
to smoke and drink. It was in my spare h ,Wor Ieo 8 way. cngufphing
moments tU'. I gathered wickedjassocl- woman. horses and wagon into tho
ateg . water,, and thoy were immediately swept
Ob, bo careful how you spend your out of sight by tho flood. St. Jut Union
moments! Temptation always
hunts you out in such seasons as these,
when you are not busy, ho gets into your
hearts, if he possibly can, in just such
gaps. There ho hides himself, planning
all sorts of mischief. Tuko care of your
laterestiax ts Travellers.
Tbo following "rules of tho road" are
Wed unon local dceisious. and oughtlto
!... d.nMi w .rmliMnta for tieketi
' " .-.....-,r..- ( 1'rescolfcUity was blockaded by snow
oo;railroads can bo ejoetcd from thotcars nnd tho inhabitants' threatened with star
if they do not offer tho exact auiouut of vation.
their faro. Conductors aro uot boundto A grand council of tho Mariposa, Fimo,
I .1 til l .i I. . M Mn.l V. . TnJt.na l.n.1 lu.n Itntil
cood until used, conditions "good for
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I Wo Uuj UUljy u uiuviwiBe huiuihiu
timoof genuineness, aro of no account.
l'assougors who loso their ticke s an bo
ejected from tho ears unless
haso, a "cond D0' 1 nf
P0" tob"" n. th0.
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onanie aemanas 10 suow mcir iickuio.
Standing upon the platform, or othorwiso
violating tbjirules of tho company, ren
ders a porson liablo to bo put from tho
train. No.person has a right to monop
olize moro seats than ho baa paid for;
1 and any artiolo loft in a Boat, wlulo tho
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owuer li luuiyuruiiij auivui, uuiiviws uiut
rintohman. a few davs .,. nicked
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UP 0 bound 'olumo of documents, on tho
back of which was stamped "Pub. Does."
' ,,Teifel," said ho, "vat kind of books vill
? As 1 lif, hero ish
A leaiarkaUe ClreMttaace.
Last fall Mr. Slimmor, -df this -place
bought a pair of two year old steers or a
man named Flynn, living on tho Shell
Rock, about twelw wiles from hero. Tho
cattlo woro brought to this city, and after
remaining twro a short timo wero driven
to Talo Alto county, a diBtanco of 175
miles, to bo wintered. Tho steers were
kept at tho lattei place until tasi pnuK,
whoro they woro driven by way of Fort
Jdgo across tho Misiouri mver into
way back-to thc piace.ot tneir nauviiy,
a journey probably not less than six bun-
area nines, vincre can ue kuu nu
about Mr. Flynn and others recognuo
them. Mr. anmmcr, m lire aoauncu ui
the rightful owner, has niado arrangc-
n:enw 10 navo mem couHurmu.j
, thinking that cattlo ovincin.? so strong
a love for home, nnd such almost human
intulligotce in discovering it, should bo
W'ly andklndl, cared for.-Cedar
A Well te t'earle.
T. Stewart 'tbe'dry poods million-
aire in New York, among his other pos-
Wiater la Arlieaa.
San Francisco, Jon. 4.
Advices from Fort Turns, Arixona,
state that large jiumbors of. Mexican ref
ugees. wero assembling in that territory
preparatory to marching into Sonora, re
iuforccd by Camaneho Indianst
Nearly 200 Apaches ontcred tho Mex
ican' town of Somerita, and plundered tho
Merchants in a merciless manner.
Tho food at Fort Yuuaa was sufficient
tor tho garrison.
Snow storms rendered
for tho purpose of forming an expedition
u Jnn 4
GGrarA1Lt00v ,he fonnder. and ur
iritinv vnnra nrnnrintnr nP ihti Keimr Vorlr
denee in this city athalf-paat .0 .o'clock
us evening, ao nad seen auuering
from a complication of disorders for tic
past eix mouths, but was not confined to
his residence until two weoks past, lie
was sixty-six years of ago.
The Three Cities.
The citv of London, in tho last ten
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years, iiua luuvasnu iu uwmw.w-.wm
J ccnt york
or 5a,per cent., and Philadelphia, 222-
481. or 65 per cent. Tho number of
houses built in London during that time
was 5,319; in New Yk, 1,008, and in
Philadolphio, 2,81)5. Loudon has been
Bottled 2,000 years.
New York 2 W anl