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THE LINCOLN ' eOIIMT HERALD. ' '
V0L .1:: r LINCOLN COUNTY, , MO.. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1866. NO. 14.
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Itrgular Terms of thr Courts of
'Ol'NTY COt'UT --Scr.nd Monday In iVbru.
( U.t.111 (ill u r. lliird Mendu nt JUrili
nti'l Scj'li i'i'.cr.
. . . i
L'nitvd Siutr! Senate John U
i Ilcrdcr.'tn, of
I'nitrd Male' Jlnc nf Rcl-rcif utjtire. Qro.
W, Ander.,n, of l'lk er.nni.
tatr :lnil'i., II. ".irwl.
i:Tr" fnttlvi'.--.r. Win't'm Sltt..r.
Tu li( nrCircilt C.-irt T. t Yaggi Pilio.
Tif.;,.!, Attorii; -5.', )'. .Inhii'im.
Mo-f ' Clr-uli t'cnr ud I' reorder. 11.
J.idi;i.' nrc.i'.mty Cutr'.M. I.. I.-ncl, li. 1J
lyrf. Sira. T. In, '.-.ira, mi I .' uu; Wil- n.
Olrk of Cu'ini Court md 4. hoc! CoiumIj!on
r V. ' ..li.-.
h'ilDnnd Collc't- r "f Ki v nuef J. R Knot.
C'cunty TtfafUri'r, S 11. WvalfolU.
Public Adaiiul-trntur.n. II. Iludion.
'ouoty Awrwor. U. D. Fmllcr.
J.oc.tl Ciftlm A(tr!it. .T. M. M,-Clrlli
U ?. Coll,v!fjr4tb Hi-trU't. A It. .Martin.
33 TtT C. K UHlfl-;
I o. 16. 7th Street, botw ru,lar A Cerre,
ST. LOUIS, MISS'JUHl.
Vcbnury 0 1SC8 n7 lyr
MANirFACrURF.lt i HEALER IN
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Main Slteet, next Door to the City Hotel,
fit. Uimrlt'H ITIo,
MAIS if MEET, AT THE
NEW Y ;n 8ALOON BU ILCING
ST. fHARLES, 310.
yetraary 9 .1SC0 n7 ly
C. lit Klaustrrmeir. Valentine Moore.
FIRST Milk SALOON."
KLUSTERWEIR k SIOBE'8
'WINE & BEERSALOON,
Ojipoilt th Court House,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI,
Kerjs contuntly on hand the bait Mqaori, tho
holce:t foreign and native vloei anil freiU beor
February 9 IMS ly
fNEW YORK SALOON.
"Hear tho North Mliionrl Uallrotd Depot,
ST. OHAULKS, MO.
'''pHIB aaloon It furnlihed with two billiard.
"i.'P on band tho beet kind of Lager
.lM,.7il!,,..'S,, UV"- Oyiteri-raw, etewed
'i fried at all hoare. fab. 9 1866 n71y
JULlIUS A. H ENDING
No. 40 Market Street, South West corner of 2d,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Bookbinder, Kb -Printer,
BLANK BOOK IvIAKBR.
1 HI ftLMilirt. MM.
Traailat4 from tha Genua bjI.tMa
i. t,a rue QutiroAHrou.
It was in the rear 1802. to fatal in tn
splendor of the French king and nation
throagh the naval fight off La Hogue.
i Starvation and miurT reined tritonrrhrmi
Mjtlio land; in the departaienta ofGufenne,
ucarn, J.nnjucioo ana Jiaupbinr, thou
sands of men died from want, bankruptcy,
nnd by tliu hands of cruel murderers; riota
were tlio order of the day it teemed at
if the downfall of Louis le Grand were
nigL It waa raining, and the dreary
November wind rushed piorcinelv over
the city of Paris, and thWh tfio rue
Quincampoix, which ooked rather dirty
and nrglccted. And ir the street offered
already a wretched and disguated tight,
he popple who inhabited and enjiTened
it, looked yet worse, It teemed as if the
universal calamity had impressed, its
stamp upon every face, Oh, how degen
crate appeared the French in those days,
though they considered
first nation in tho world.
It was 4 o'clock, when a lein a nd pale
i.J . . .i 1..t I.. t .
! face,J young man with black hair, about
years of age, in poor, thin and worn
9iU clothes, entered the tavern of tho
"aupoin a Armi, in tno street uaincam
one copv onlv.'itli,Pa'- -'tofant) Vinacchi, this wat the
i'u io apena nn tam inw sous tor a
namo of tho young nun, whs a Neapolitan
tf-i i. auvnmurer Dy iraue.
N hen be entered tho tavern there waa
a truly hellUli noise going on in the bar
room; a sergeant of the regiment Ville-
quior had been entangled in a quarrel with
a cornet of the regiment Buffey while
playin? cards perruquior waa dispii-
ting with a groom of the princes de '?onti,
. tjuuaiiuii, wusmor u oo rigni mat
uon4. de Pomponne, the minister of state,
hould recoire as much as a prince of the
, royai diqou anu otner guests wer con
; versing on different topici with as much
1.1 . .
quarrel was goingon between 'mine h't.'
nuuc as posjiuie. in tne nack room, a
oi tne I'uupmns Arms, t'laaclo Bui'nt.
nml hi. nii.tif Anhtev T .1 .....i
ihiiigseoincd to be turned upside down:
only Margot, the bar maid, a stout Pio
ardienne, preserved her equanimity, an I
gazod, with folded arms, at the turmoil,"
ahrnyB taking care erary broken bottle
and glass was chalked down against either
tho sergeant or tho cornet. Murirut knew
that, if thoy camo to fighting, the Mare I
Cliaiiscco ('the r)o!icc would soon restore
order in the room, Concerninar tho nuar -
rcl between mine host and his daughter;
it gave her the greatest satisfaction.
Margot served tin meal, ordcrjfd by tho
, ' r 1... ,v.iiVuj in.
Neapolitan, on a tabic near tho -hiinnay.
iM. . .1 .. 13.. . ...
The strang;r was :tl fitet too hungry and
too wot 10 earo auout any thing, but the.""
demands of hit ntomjch and to drive the I "Oh, Monseigneur!" implored master
cold from his bidy. to seated himself Claude, having quietly thrown the rope
quietly, eating a nd drinkii and drying i,,t0 a corner, and looking as sneaking
bis clothes, until he felt warm and able i a"d mcsn u8 any man possibly could look
.... ..l . 1 - . l.nflAr ttt Mlnh AP l....ta 1a f!.nnJ HI.
in liiu auuui wnai was gome on near
him. The seargoant had at lust received
n bit ra thrust into his shouider, for tho
infliction of whkh wouud tho cornet had
been hrreiiLiJii! tlirt iti7pn. thn nmnma.
the tlllevo? and nthnr irllpn hnit ilinnnrjp ,1
at night f.tll, to escape the darkness or
. i a .at . . .
to io.iow their dark avocation. S'lenco
was now restored in the tavern; only in
the back mem tho qtmrrel hid not yet
ended. Marmot wat. stndinr? in th.i nr.nn
lonr, lonking out into the darkness ond
lauin. nusnciiLiea tr.im t nn veiiintr.
was roiokitiL', nnd tho young Neapolitan '
,,!,,. l,n fi-., ;n .,i.i.nn... -o ......t- Be auiet. reat oaav. anaet ohild. But ored tha Wcddinir feast bv their nrnannnn- ynsuines aaorca tne man
I i iw . m ti I il V tl tails WY ta.T UUI tllllK I ' 4 I " " " - - . . e a I . Ima.i4 M a
krlniitli. i..:.!ii...M .i... -..i,S, tel moot least, what was the trouble? flutes and violins sounded in the r.. neri a'nost upon her knees, she
.ir. ' il-" u . r .S:i Yo.. .W . thS ; of th, ninnhln'. a.. . ott faithful and loving wife, and
Lilt. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 III 1 . nillll'lllll'll irillll IIIT' I'Mlllllir I .'.HHW.M...MV..W M.V MMM UU " w.aHH.Mf. MWM.SM IIMLflU L 1 1 1 1. I'll 1 1 1 1
was no longer disturbed bv any one in his paable eloquence, but at wo have noth- accoiding to the oustom of those days, to i Sno ?on)" ,M0i eoU write : how as and enlisting in the American army
serious mood. He rattled mechanically In8 ,0 & wln tne eD(1 of the quarrel, we a riot, blood was being ehed, and finally my antiquated volumes did she not : ''
with the few coins in his pookut. What "hall merely state that the duke d Ohaul-. thj lieutenant of the police bad to inter- "aa. ta the searching investigator, at the Sineo'the olote of tho war patriotic cit
wa he tn do to save himself from starve-, nea, though convinced of the justice of fere and disporso the riotous crowd. Next d.'al of night, while rooking her child to! jjons of various localities have mado Gea.
tion, or from freezing to death in these ,
J! . ... -OT.. 1
dirty streets of Paris? i
Oh, Naples! Naples! Stefano Via
aochi sighed. There was a wide differ-
enve botween nassioc a nicht. without
sheltor, ou the shores of tho Tyrrhenian I
ea. or on me coia suorcs of the sainel I
The young Italian, fell into a drowsy ttu-'
por, involuntarily he closed' hit eyes; the !
weeping of Mademoiselle Bullot and the '
rt'J uivo vi iter laiuvr oeca
and note indistinct for his ears,
ngry voice of her father became oro
But what is the matter? All at once
every sign of the Italian's drowsiness van
ished. Ho brut forward on his chair;
listening with the deipest attention. The
quarrel between the father and his daugh
ter had suddenly taken a turn that inter
ested the stranger, he having heard a cer
ium name pronouneea.
vinacchi listened every moment more
Hat not Matter Claude Bullot been a
.-. ... '
bankrupt, ere the duko de Chaulnes estab-
Waa nnt M.rlnmn!.iv n.,iu
" v .wwuw.v.' WWDH
would do almost i
bearing tbo name of tha dukedeChaul-
nesj . briefly state who and what Stefano (Kt- porta of eotemporaueoua writers, wo dla-
Obo I You have fallen in here at the iene) Vinacchi was: In the year 1689, oern the figare of Btofwo Vinaeehi some
luckiest moment. Hml hml Luek it the young Neapolitan came to Franoe aa timet distinctly, and lit othera again but
always better than wit. Look out, Vin- ono of the follower! of the duke deChiul- dimly. Wo do not know tho reason for
aeehi, look out I 1 , net, whom' he had done must a trood ser- hit speedy return from Anion lo Paris.;
a no tarner, in tne oaox room, taid a
good many things to his daughter,, and
I she replied a good many more; Stefano
l-ci-oming merrier all the time. At list, I
the dear of the fetok room waa cmmA
aewliatMBM Mtfeaofciaiie, tleawry fis'
tatd by Hike boat, thrtateaiag hat with
a ropera and.- .
"Jutt wait. Tile wretoh 1"
Stefano Vinaeehi. who kaew aJrbadr
all ha wanted to know, at oaie engaged
tne angry tavern keeper and toe bole of
Letmogol Wfcat do you wantl"
I will not allow too to maltreat Made
MAI. . I u .. 1 1 L.LI J . .
a ..... r ....
ujuiauns i raaitnauwwiiw. aip nain. tao.
A. l a...A ' ii-.l. ..at .
JUrtrot came and. foldias her arms,
j i .k.. !.w. ..."
I "Holu bin, for God'a take, hold hint
He will kill me, if you release Km," ext
olaimad Mademoisefla Lillet. ;
"IUt easy, my pretty one, he ahall
not ' at
aieur, how dare you treat i
tuoh a lovely daughter?" '
"I ask you tho last time.
name upoa you, Mon
will vnn ta.
I Never, unless von alve ma the rone,
Signor, and promise to be mor civil to
.1 I 1 tar a
tho ladies, Sienor ?
' Morbleu I exclaimed mine
heaven only knows what would have hap -
poncu, nad not tba entrance or a man in
Ho dropped hit cloak, and mine host,
cioaic, enuea tne tignt.
his daughter, the bar maid and the Ital-
an iey an exciaimea at once and witn
1 The duke de Chaulnes,
Tho man who had thus suddenly en-
tesed, was Charles Albert, duko de Cnaul
net, peer of Prance, an elderly gentleman,
not at all looking like a great lord; a man
of whom, tome years la er, a German au-
"tor hid: "no expeoteu atata in tae
midst of frolics, he was liberal without
discretion, and his braint was almost
Hollah, you seesa to be quito lively I
exalaimod tha dnlrn Nntra Hatna Am Ml.
I raclel And you here. too. Vinaeehi I In
thr name of all the i-rt. toll mo
. M it.i..l..ll. r..n. l:
she hastened to the hizh born eentleunn
aud said with tearful eyes, throwing her
arms around hit neck.
. Monseigneur, I cannot stand it any
longer, save mo from the hands of my fa-
therl Had not this young man inUr-
fared, l.c would have killed me.
"Again tho same old tunol Bullot!
Bullot I I a&k van. for God' nlt do
1 you really believe that I made you pro-
prietor of this tavern on account of your
1 purple, nose? I toll you on your knooa
1 yu 0UfM '? on y0" uaughtor. Notre
- 1 .
Dame de Miracle. I tell you the last
limn vnll mitil IrA.f MnHAtMAianllA .1a.
tim0 )'ou must treat Madcmoisolle de
under the reign of Louis lo Grand. Oh,
Monseigneur, I assure you, sho intends 1 reckiesaiy throwing away the most splcn
to send her poor unfortunate father to an ' did chances, everybody denounced hor
early grnvo. Monseigneur, you know' as a fool who did not know what to do
but one sido of her character; but I Ob, with a pretty face and faultless figure in
Silence 1 You ara a brute, hut made-
f . .... .... 1 . . ? a .1 .
nioiwin u m sugsi. yuiei vourseu. my
Monseigneur, he it too wicked I If you
love me indeed, monseigneur, do not leave .
mxn . Power-
both against each other, unsur-
too cause of tho Vogry father, jet went
in... Ia It.. '.'.. .1.1! i.'l."
over to th side of the daughter, on so-.
count of the tender feelings which ho
cherished for her. He feignod to be very .
iudienaot. the duke, ha did indeed. He
was "m to the tavorn of the Dauphin'a
Armt in a morry numor; ana instead ot
comfort and pleasure, he found nothing
but trouble and vexation; where ho ex-
pected to meet only amilet, he had to dry i
'tears, flotre name de Miracle I It waai
maeca too baa.
Etienne, said tho duke to Vinacchi. I ,
am tired of this turmoil. I am going
home and you may accompany mo. I
Mister Claude. I exorets to you mv
most gracious displeasure! Mademoiselle,
I pity your swollen eyes, good night
mademoiselle I Come on, Etieouo Vinao-
obi, you cm ride in my carriage to my
notoi. i nave to ten you someining
i . i . . . ,. - .. , -
l i f.LiL i Mni1n1..;ttal.A P.. lint nnsl PUnA Am- Btifl HFintr nn VntaliK U.lj !ll J i 11181 DOU bUCb OVeQ after thO
Whilo the duke do Chautnea, in his
hotel, before a brightly burning fire, it
making to Stefano Vinaeehi the veryao-lofour
.nnv.u v.f i-nt.
KVUW.IIW VH.I HI Willi WHMV IUVII IVIWJ
many vexatious acoidenta in life; wo shall
vice ot a peculiar Kind, xte wat, now-
ever, not able to realise the glowing
dreams bit touthern imagination bad been I
pregnant with. Why he left the serviee
,orXonsetenanr airman An ottnvln
yHt, it at Tittle known as hit motire for
enlisting as a private aoldier in the regt
nttmt Royal Rousaillon. We know onlv
that in 1691, he atole from his comrade
Nleolle. the t.iliw nf the mn4mt, .nma
uniforms of officer, and deserted with
warn; which darinar eznlolt had nearlv
to fco be felt impelled by some vague pro-,
Jaentiaenti of a more fortunato destiny,!
r.e'wa taken prisoner and, as dosertw
from hi rW. condemned to din. Ha
. u '
-ii . 1 i, l . , .
vapwu inis aoom ODIT inroutrn uo lnior-
rl a . " .
lentracejoi count a Auvorgne. 'i no next
J naTiwft oeen reieasea, no turiea
anain for Paris, where in.t li.
" ...r i.:. .f.i -
poisl , - "
' Xow than. Eticnne, said h) duke to
- ArtWlf atarred, homclrt. man; "a most
lovely wife, and a rich dowry
"Hervitore umilissimo I"
And betides, Etioune. a recommenda
tion to my friend, tho duke de Brissac
You era tn Antnti vau It, ..nn.
ttrv dike the annlaa la fHnn. YUllnt T
call on vou and bva and bee. T ahall hit
I t.i.t..v. .,
An i me itaiian necamo uneasy.
1 Oh, nothing, monselgneur, said the
Italian, "you are mv most gracious lord I
, wuen snail tue wedding take place, mon
As toon as possible. Alss I
Menseigneur is sighing? exclaimed
Stefano hattily, it it yet time that mon
seigneur retract his promise; mademois-
i uuiiuii is a unarming gin l UUI
if(moaiiaigneur would condescend to ad
mit ma again as hit servant
No, no, no I let it rest at it is; you
marry tho pretty one and I ah, Notre
name ae jfiraciei l will eo and take
oare that madame Maintenon and Father
; La Chaise hear of it. Now you may go,
Vinaochi.-till after the widdinz you be
lone to my household. My intendant
shall, take caro of yo.
Moaaeigneur, you are the most gracious
lord in the world I Vinacchi exclaimed,
kissing the hand of the duke. He left tho
room, and his protector looked after him,
At tho door olosed behind tho Italian,
he muUored to himself: Corpo.dl Baceo!
that's a fine business ! take heed, heed.
Vinacchi 1 Stofanino, my darling 1 Hovo
thoy not prophesied at my birth, that one
dsy I was to ride in a carriage with four
horse through the capital of Franoe?
Iottretoom the duke exclaimed.
Alas I madame Maintonon is indeed a
great woman! Vivo la Mass I
About one week after tho abovo iuci
dents, there was a watJitV in the street!
I OlllllAttmnniT Mlna It.tul fi(l1i.s Tl.. ...l.:..
Quincampoix. Mine hostof tlio Dauphin's
Arms was, to Ins own and Ins neighbors
great surprise, marrying hit pretty daugh
ter to a young man, quito uukuown, who
was not even a Frenchman. It save riso
to a good deal of gossip and everywhere
1 it was said that madcmoisolle Bullot was
But as Madomoisella Bullot and Ste
fano Vinacchi ecemod to take their lot
very easy, her papa and hit neighbors
might' wonder and talk scandal aa muoh
" thay, pleased. All the retainers and
tervanta ot tno duke de thaulocs hon-
At lust the rcrelrv oh inaed
day tho newly married couple were on
L.S . .L . il.
their way to the governor ot Anjou, tho
duko de Sriesao, one ot tho saints whose
name a cannot be found in the almanac,
A terrible mow atorm waa rasina-. when
the married couple let t the street Quin-
oampoix. ratnerouuoiuna nit steward,
Margot, were standing at tho door and
lookedaftcr them aa long aa thay could
"be soon. Mine hott of tho Dauphin'a
Arms tnen anruggea mi tnouiaert, and
ne ana tne ncaraienne eniereti tne oar-
room that showed yet the tignt of tho
Taken all in all, it it yat consoling and ,
luekv that I mt rid of her. the verv ten
der father taid to himself. Some evil
might yat have occurred, for we never
could agree. Make haste now. Margot
and no to work, mv dear, that the house
- . . . - .
may be cleared once ore.
My daar raadra,ho who wanUto wrlu!
the historv, of Stefano Vinaoohl. ahould
well take haed. that ha do not lose hia
wt in the nUsta. 8hadow-ltke the form
aaTenturerit gliding on .before tho
:. . i .! . i-
WllWI, IVW VUllllMVUIWii IUHI II UWSril
the wandlrera in tho Alpi. In the re
we know only.Uut oa the 9th day of Ap I
ril 16OT- teo day w,hen Koger de ftabu-
tin, count de Buoy, eloted bit oventful
life japa Bullot was wringing hia hands
in the greatest atupefaction, on teeing hit
daughter, and aon-ia-law wending their
way towards hit tarern. The good old
man would hardly trust hit oyca and wss
only eonvineed of the reality of hit vi
aion when Madame Vinacohi wccpingly
ciunpfo nit nooK ana oteiano implored
him in heart-rending tonot to receivo
r0of . '
w- gri-ii fcennefiirih h nr r
i0.w JJ' LJK
i iiatuinirin iiniraini
"And we shall not trouble you very
lone" added Stefano.
. n;.M. t i.Kui" M.in.JA
w..l,l"?,ii?, ' .cri?? Mntcr CKudo
1 """, na rgoi. mo ncaraienno,
Rvo hjm a secret diK in the rib,.to re-
main firm and not to suffer, himself to be
But who could have resisted the elo
qnent appeal of Stefano t The end of it
wn, the young eoople movrd with their
little property into tho tavern of the
"Dauphin's Arms," and that Master Bui
lot and Margot tighinely resigned them
aclvee to their unavoidable fate.
"Alas . I Margot I Margot I Now our
days of ease haro passed away I" sighed
Claude Bullot. While Vinacchi nnd his
wife were moving in'o the upper story,
mine host and Margot wore sitting sadly
before the fire-place in tho now empty
bar-room, and their only consolation wat
to accept life at it is. Both parties now
made a comnromise. wherein it was sett-
led, that neither Monsieur Etiennc, nor
Madame should meddlo with the affairs
of Papa and Marco t: that thev should
provide their own board and clothing by
any means they ehose ; lodging, light and
iuci ouuuiu uv pruviuca oj iuasier iui
lot and Margot.
This contract was most solemnly at
letted and sealed by a veteran guost of
toe nouso, sieur iio roudner, an obscure
lawyer. Thus they lived togethor as best
The duke do Chaulnes being of the op
inion ho had discharged hit debt to the
young couple in tho most liberal manner,
the fountain of his grace began to flow
thinner every day, and at last it ceased
second story of the "Dauphin's Arms"
had to find other resources, the more to
as in the course ot tho summer, a small
Vinacghetto saw tho light of tho trcct
yuincampoix. jxoce.sity and the ten
dency of tho timoa made Vinacchi a quack
inougu a very ingenuous quack.
"Auima mia I Do not dospair ; we shall
yet rido in a carriage with four horses,"
ho said to his suffering wife, and com
menced tho sale of remedies against fever
.oui4,duuiu uiiiiiuiun, iu nil
guests of his father-in-law and his ncieh
ana oincr uisarxreoabio ailments, to the
The room of the Ftriall family became,
in tho courso of time, a r-rnoky chemical
laboratory; Vinacchi went passionately
at the study of the simpla and minorals,
although ho could neither read nor write.
A great change camo over the singular
man ; he was no longer the roving adven
turer in search of a fortune, upon the
highways and tn the alleys. Day and
nifrht ho trnlbnil olinni mnAltii
bead bowed down upon his breast and
with folded arms. Who could tell what
were his imaginings ?
A change almost surprising UTTS
piacn in tne person or bis vouncr
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loo former mistress
the Duke de
Chaulnes adored the
2wu BU0U oven auer ,no aeolu 01
, She could read, she could write : how
r Bullot found no loneer cause to
complain of tho wild and turbulent
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uuci. ui ma uaugnier. xne peculiar power ,
whioh Stefano Vinacchi, at a later poriod,
acquired even over
tho most aenrehinc
add the clearest mind, 'waa olready dis-
oorniblo in bis present narrow sphere
Papa Claude, tho Picardienne Margot,
Gratienlo Poudrier, the lawyer, and all i
the noighbora wore bowing before the
piercing black eyea of 8tefano Vinacchi.
The atone had fallen into the water and
mane i(a nirnlna. farthnr anil fnrllio. . Ik.'
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fame of Stefano Vinacchi was spreading
wider and wider. " "
Meanwhile war waa raging in Germany.
Flandrei. in Spain, in Iulv. and noon
tne tea. neiao eet Jtreidoiberg, in uer
many, on firo. Lieutenant General von ,
.1 taaf a Lrv . . .. . .1
n.Lurinnn. vnn nun . i. mvap r n nm-i
T-.r " 1 m 1 . .i
able commander in that city, waa parad-
ed oa th haegaun's cart before the ar-
my of Prineo.touii do Biden, after hia
i.. j i. i mi.. j.
IRVIU UW UVOU lIUHUl A MV ViniBlldl iQ
they were tinging, "To Deum Laudamus," ,
whilst in the blinopriok of Limosea near
ten thousand human beinga were a! prey i
At Lvooi Taa MbAliZZXlVi7L"R?tt'
Rouenpebple were dying on the .treete,
W ll- INMUUI
and many of theni
m were fonndiwith gran
in taeir moutbi,
ing to prolong their miserable exiitenee
by eating it,
8tofano Vinaeehi leit the house of hia
father-in-law in tha aire Oal
and moed.to.the street Boorg I'Abfcc,
nftora journey to the BreUgno. Tho
sun of hit fortune dispelled the claudt.
tie naa reen in the Urettgne for five
months; but none ever knew what !. hA
been doing, or what he had beta aaaroh
ing, or what he found there. As an
humblo pedestrian he left Pariso-riding
in a carnntre, dtnwn bv two anlnmlM.
horses, ho returned. Two Broom. mnA .
valet do chambro waited on hint fa the
street Bourt: l'Abbo. In hia nrnannf.
IwcMinc ho crrunced anew h! rhnmtnal
laboratory, anew ho couiboundcd hit re
cipes, and now a rumor began to taread
n tlin affiu,. iV... I. n .,
philosopher a atone, and that he was in
hopes of realising it in a short time. '
Again we meet tba former protector of
our hero, tho dnkede Chaulnes, who far
nishes him tho means to purchase foe,
retorts and other apparatus.
In tbo year of eraee one thanaand ml
seven hundred the great-mystery vas tol-
you, oioiaou vioaecni naa produced tno
prujciiQg powaer; Atitnno Vinacohi
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In the tame year one thousand and
(even hundred. Monsieur Vinarnhi
chased for 60,000 Livrea diamonda from
tne inventory or Monsieur, the King'a
brother. To bo concluded.
A plum pudding for 1,000 .persons waa
recently baked in England.
It is stated that the WealVirginla'le
gislaturo has not a tingle lawyer among
Petitions are in circulation in Phila
delphia for a change in the name of Broad
streotto that of Lincoln avenue.
Tho Mexican Times of tho 27th of Jan
uary, sayt that fresh foreign tops wro
daily arriving in Mexico.
A little boy recently died at Weil Utih
el, Maine, in eotttcquenco of another bay
pilini; stones, whilo at nl.iv nn lila ilflm.
nch' while lying down, so that he could
The firemen of Now 'Orleans bad a
grand parade last Sunday, A brass band
in tho proocM-ion played the Bonhie Bluu
Flag, and other rebel airs, for which it
was placed under arrest.
Tho United States consul at Liverpool
writes that vaccination for tho cattle
plague has proved a fuiiurc, and that tho
only way to slop tho spread of thn HIh
case is to kill the cattle as soon aa they
Tho Empress of Austria rnnontl
introduced a new fashion. Tt :.
a diamond, representing a dew drop, 'fixed
to a real flower. A few evenings ogo ahe
had in her hand a boquot of white camel,
las, nnd on each, in the centre, was a'larn
Kavorallo changes in the feelings of
;,ex,ca'" a" reported toward President
JuarM eutcrtoinB little fear of tho
I aivance of the Imperialists to tho.present
a military expedition to West Chihuahua,
'J he trench have about eight 'hundred
hundred troops at that place, andfoftify
ing it. Tho French soldiers of the impe
rial army in that region, arc'stid to ba
ironerallv dissatisfied with their
borviccandlarnnmr-,,. fViaC T":
deserted, mno nf thnm nm.mU,. tnn t..
Grant present as follows
' I'Madclphia, house & furniture $30,000
con-,""'81"1' nouso on1 furniture, 15,000
Itnfttnn aeK lit aaa
Se Yotk' oash
Boston, Library fi-OQA
Vunout places, horses, 10,000
UtIjer places swords & evuipmenU 10,000"
An.d a'' ""8 th0 popular verdict is,
wrved him right.
Daniel Webster was right when he re-
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m".cu ,0.Prc?B: ia the sum
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"1"7-.T. JT"""""." "l'f, nrapiy
1 rewarueu us patron, l care n.'t how hum.
and nnpretending the gakette he takes.
" is next to fmpossiblo to ill a printed
.L..1 !.L...l a. v . ...
rithout nutting info it something
worth the subscription price." "
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j no rreemana uoumai lays
ex rebol colony at Cordova, Mei
TW V W , .a
fwJL-aSfciS Sl.'r "Va9 8tJ".,BK
5",' h,,:2,LT "erohalfa
one bl.r!ftaiir ?n jj5i!2!nf c?re
ur oho DeinsiaiK. It aadt tearfWllv thai
A few ciayi ago the Uaittd Stataa Ben-
into tU Uaion aa a State. The ewt
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8te to grant the riarht tftirthmWfmtE.
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