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LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD
TROY", LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, MA.Y 25, 1866.
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Kcgular Terms uf ilic Courts of
COUNTY COURT Stead .Monda- In Fobru
ry. Mav. Aui;i.t ni;-l .Vovenbe-.
CtKCUIT fufltr. UpJ Mondae in March
si Scjterjb it.
Unite I .:.itc Sena t.-. John C. llendcrscn, cf
I'nltcd States llou?' df lUprc'cntatlvci. Qoo.
Y Anderfon, uS 1'll.c cuniy.
Blnte Senutor. V.. V. "arid.
Represent ttive.al. Vi'iuftnn Slttnn.
Ja Ifce of Circuit Court. I. T. C. Fag;, Tike.
Circuit Atlvrnev. " 1'. .'ohnrun.
den of Circuit Out: aaJ Usccrder. A. II.
J.id;cs nf C.nin'y Cen-t. M. I. l.vtl, Pneid-
top, Gnm. T. lKrr.1.11, nn 1 J.nn Wilmn.
Clerk of Co 'i tit y Cwurt and S.liool (.uumtssion
tf n n a. . t
Bh.ritxknd Collator of Rcvmu.s.-.I. U. Kncx.
County Tmiurcr. . I'.. Wiolfnlk.
Fubtlo Administrator. R. II. lludjon.
County Asenor. U. R. Sml'ey.
Local Claim Agent. J. M. .McOlellan.
V. 3. Collector 4th District. A H. Martin.
No. 4T South Fourth Street,
sy. LOUIS, .MO.
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Truxton, Ialncoln Count)-, Mo.
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JAM ES "AT" WA ROj
I ll'wicinil & Surpcon.
Office ono Joo.- orlh'of Hart and Sluarts,
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J-liTIES ill. iTIcLELIiAIV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
MILITA IY CLAIM AGENT,
TROV, Lincoln t'ounty. Mo.,
OOo. In the Court House.
Bee. 12, ism. nl
A.t,toinoy at Lawn
TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.,
Offlco In lb. Court Henie.
Peeember V2, IBdfc. nl
F. T. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at Law,
m -.-. nun
TrWXton, Lincoln Count V, !
M I S S O V R I. !
Oefemher 18, lses. nl ly
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JOSEPH II, SHELTO.V
v-'Msid.i, . . i ""'v' " bis former
IK Tba-. I. . . ...
u(Q QOftK t-.i . .....
Howeir. store, on tb.
Troy to Mi.idi.town,
iviinnih .. a. .... s .
a'JS' .a.llb5"1 aar"of bu.inesi In iu line. .
-rMi id. imri n i n n i
IP O E T H -2" .
THE CAME UV I.IFE.
Thii life i but a gam. of crrdi,
Which mortals hare to learn
Each shuffle", eats and dealt the pack,
And each a trump doth tnrnj
Some bring a high card to the top,
And others bring a low ;
Some holds a bind quite tush of tramps,
While others done cm show.
Some .tufilo with a prct'ed hand,
And nek their cards with caie,
So tlty tnity V.uow when the; ar. dealt,
Where all th i leaders ore i
Tint" fools ure niada th dupes cf rojusi,
While rogues ruth ulbcr chut ;
And he I, very wiv indeed,
Wlm never meets df fiat.
When playing, some ihnw out the ace,
The counting cnidi ti. save
Some piny Ibv douce, I nd oin tb ten,
Rut ii'xny piny the Lnarc;
Some pmy for money, some for fun,
And tonic for wo Idly fame
Rut not until the gun.-'j played out
Can they count up t In-1 r game.
When hearts are trumps we play for lore,
And pleasure rules the hour
No thoughts of sorrow check our Joy,
In llctiuty's roy bowir;
Wv sing, we dance, sweet verses make,
Our carls at random play,
And whilst our trumps remain on top,
Our game's a holiday.
When diamonds tbanee to crnwn the pack,
The (l.iyu.i stuUo their gold,
And heavy sums aro lost and won
Fy gamblers young and old ;
Initnt n winning; ejeh bbt gams
Doth watch with eagir eye,
IIow be may ia Li neighbor's cards,
And biat him on tin sly.
When clubs are tiump !ovU out for war,
On oecin and on land.
For bloody horrors a!w.iys corns
W.'rn clubs are held in band
Then lives are staked ins'cadof gold,
The d"g of war nro fr.ed
Across the brnal Atlintle now,
See ,' clu's litre got the load I
L'st gime of all h when the spids
I turned by hand of Time ;
lie alnrtyt deals the closing gamj
In every ago and clime.
So matter hiw much each man nies,
Or how much tach man saves,
The spade will flnl.h tip the game,
And d'g the player's graves.
An egg weighing four ounces, and
measuring six and a lull' by i-itjht and a
half inches in circumrcrence, was laid by
' a hen belonging to Mr. Allies, of Madison',
A new grist mill has been put In opcr
ation at Indianapolis which has a capaci-
ty for turning out thrco hundred barrels
of flour a day.
East Kingston, N. IT., has neither min-
ister, lawyer, doctor nor town pauper.--
1 nero li ne boon no rciigioui meetings tn
the town for five years.
I ti.,. vm !!.,,- -Tn.i n T..i. i,
""'v "v" -
, t-ccu unotliLr mammoth egg. It is four-
, teen inches in circumtcrcnio and sixteen
, inciics over no m cnu tocna.
Tiicrc is to bn a general convention of
railr in J Presidents, Chief Kngiiiccra and
fiuner.-il iSupcrintcniianis in Philadelphia
on the fourth of Ju'j.
Trains of movers daily pass througti
New Albany, Ind, frnn the in'crior of
the State, biiund for Kcutut'ky and Tori-
nc?.oo from which States .h y flcidu
. ring the war
An old French provcibeays: cat
tle, no farming; few cattlo, poor fara Ingj
many cattle, good farming.
A writer in the CmnUy Gentleman sayi
that garget or caked udder in cows may
-fession ,n a Pers ,n wh" was 1
.ono ol his clients: "Pit I 1
um desire 1
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in unn v in vtin inr iiiq' Kuril ill meiiii,
rr v ,
.1.11.... ,1... i . ...... ir......
eenu uic uwney uy una vaj JW. .....
11 l-t a .nHL
oblige me ; if not, I tlia'l you."
SilAnr. In Richmond, Ind., a man in
sured hi. wife's life for 850,00.0. Ho
then ent her away, and having procured
n corP' "'"c1' resomblc 1 her, represent-
icd it to be his wife, had a funeral, and
' i..! t ti.. r. i
ciuiuiuu tiiu iiisuranev utuiicy. j uu iiuuu
tot some lime undiscovered, but event-
nally leaked o -t.
As nn explanation of the sudden break-
. . . . . . .
Ing of gluss lampeliimmeyB, without ap
rurcntcause.it U said that scratching
U a oiiifuna mP m MiKAtl nltiesk t tM Willi
the surfuee of a polished gluss tube, with
uny metric substance, will cause it to
leak soon after. This scratching uay
often be dono when cleaning the lamp-
effectually prevented by milking be- own family and among his slav:s, taking enuS" W0Br ono 1 ,a" ,u ,cl m3 a Hotel -keeper to Ictle or feed a negro ; watneu und dried each time of using.
calving. lli'm, as ho hinmlf said, through tho n8ir ,ooaD on nw Bnu - U1U lut 8.-- .rw negro, i ncro arc tew things that will tako a fla-
. Dillon, of McLean Co.. 111., last year orst fevers, and never losing a patient. , ucomb 1 1 am 00 -7 readily than coffee. When in
led a single potato, which produced D I "" ,w " 1 V ptinmeut or both.-xc...na!. I " UK"-V' "en ,U,D1D84 o
r 1 KPUrrtV ln run Rpl..il ae A P,o. mi. Arnmm .1.t.n Ihnnt. nnn I ItuvA Allf. . . .. . .!i.j .aaj it........ UI.L .
bu-hels and one pck 'w - - - . .. ...... n,... ... , . j nis 1 a bill pasted by tne disunion- "f"-" uoi-, wn.cn in transporu-
1 ' ' ionoits Insect. M. da ?lortillet has L'ruwn tucks, nnd am not allowed
fullowiii U s n l tj ho a copy of a ni,ui:fiuA.i ;n kj.im n nANAkiM fl..r,c . T u..UA r..u :n lrnM.nt ' !. tiit i.4 b.nr in nn.em.i i -.l . I .
sent by a member of tho legal pro- curious rcuicdv fur the atinir of a omnihtwaa. and vet frentlmnn. becanso nf btance. out- ,,,, ,. . .;,..! .u-.i:
Keaarkabie History r a Torpedo
Ocn. Maury's report of the defense of
Mobile, narrates the eventful history of a
Torpedo boat as follows :
One very remarkable vessel of this sort
was constructed iu Mobilo and sent by
tail to Charleston, whero it was UbcJ
against the Federal fleet.
lt,wa. built of boiler iron, was about
thirty Ovo t"t long, and was manned by a
crew of nine men, eight of whom worked
the propcllor by hand. The ninth btcer-
cd the boat and rteulutcd her movements
Ic'ow the surface of tho water. She
could bn Mitbiucrifcd at pleasure to aty
ileHredd.,,!,, or culdlo propelled
ti tl.c ur."ace. In aiuoulhe, still water
1'cr inovcmiiits were curtly controlled,
and her Hfcod w., about lour knots. It
was intended tint alio hhould iippro.ch
" .. wv. ..... mti.(i-i.j(rvii.ij
any vessel king at anchor, pass unJerher
keel, and drag all e'r her n floating torpe-
ao, wnicn would cxpiuce pit cirtKing tno
. ... . .
side or bottom of the shin attached. She
cou'd remain submerged hilf an hour.
Soon after her arr.val in Charleston,
piring for their expedition the swell of a
passing t-teamcr caused tliu uoat to sink
suddenly and all bauds exctot Lieut,
l'aync, who was ut the moment standing
in the open hitchway, periuiicd. She was
'coon raised anil again made ready for scr-
i vice. Limit. Payne again volun'corcd to
.r, t l,. vvi.n,. ... p ...
i , it .f tt i . x.a..H u EuiiiiitT iuu uiiiw iiul in usb. anu wtiicn i..,
Jiicui. i ''yiiCi ui uiu oineucraiu navy, rjarry a couu wuuiau. anu vvur iuruuu -r o - - vumra ftuiu,
. . . t!irii nn fifinimifi rttrrnw fulU iliirn rum t
with eight others, volunteered to attack is secure. She wtll help you to become . ., , , " " -'.. w,,0cw
fho V,Aota HMt l,r. VI,i' r'...h U mu fisr n m.rried man to ."""s" 1 t'rZrLriZTV" !ca" w,.,"ou, Pay
o . . . , , . , . versation is a fruitful rccans oi conup
bumtcr she capsized, and a''ain ounk in. . . . . . . . . , .
Tt is j n flhniinti ltt tl'llinll flirt ITI.
uif iiuivi) -uivi NMI llfi, SI SI II4IIUO VV'I)
her commander and two others.
Being again raised unj picparcd for
In Ark TT u ril C ilpnU'tlilisii. til I linlirl- Avartetv
action, Mr. Atincly one of her conslruc-
tois madoan experiniental crui.o ... her
in Coryr nver. lulo submerged at
great depth, from tone unknown cause,
t.. v ' ... .
she became uiibt'in'itreablu and remained
for many day on the bottutu of the river
with her crew of nine dead men.
A fourth t into wa.t tho boat mired, and
! Lieut. Dixon, of Mobile, of the 21st vol
. tinticrs, with eight o'hera, went out of
Charleston harbor in her and attached
and suuk the Federal steamer llousaton
io. Her mission at last accomplished, she
disappeared forever with her crew.
j Nothing is known of their fate, but it is
believed they went dowu with the enemy.
Jefferson had no confidence in Materia
d,,u htcr was 8C;ZCl, wilh a typhlls fevc,
., .... . ,... ..... rr.
uiiu an viiiiucfib li... pii-itu ruiii. .ui. .iu
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nous auout nursii
out giving or lcav
1 J...n mi A ..ItK
hlimc C0J1.,C W:IS pUrsuc,j ou th0 tecond
I had supposed yen knew what my sys
tem of practice w is."
"X . what wit?"
"To have tho most caicful nursing,
lc:;vc the d.ic.so to wear itself out, and
let nattiro do the rest; lu give no medi
Th a result was, thi dtu.'hter recover
ed wilh nu uninjured constitution, and
for thirty jears after, Jefferson followed
the t-ysteni of the Fiench physician in his
poiMonous insect. It is the application
of the wax of the oir to tho Injured Dart,
. ... - r
m, . . , , . . i ., .
mis simp'o remo iy, ne couuuenjiy at-
' . . . .
firmi, will euro tho danaerous stinc of a
V0I10IU0U, fl.. ... ,:,h wou 1 otheriv aO nro -
How lung u hone can livo without food
Jcci Jed hi' experiments recently made
ranco' 11 was asccrtali cd by cruel
that a horse will live twenty Cvo
davs witl out solid food, mere drinking
w1"' lie uwy hye seventeen days wilh-
out urinmng. Alter wKing soua aiimenfs
fr the space of ten days, bnt with an in -
sufficient quantity ot drink Iho stomach
worn out. Th6 nb0Vfl fact, show tho
. ..... -
jmPortance 0f water in the substance of
. . . ... . . . .
horso. A horso which had been ; d-
pnved ot witer tbreo days drank elovcn
.l. ..... fii.... i
gallons in tho epaco of three miuutes.
tnird uays, wnen Jencrson said i " . , ...... i:..t.. i .i. ViT ' .rt. ' . .. ' ,c-eu in rice pian-
a . a a . a . . i.uitii. iu iu ul.i in. i itw iivi mi., v.ww... ...aj .laj.a.. i. u.aiiii liiu iul' iiiii aj. .iiiii. aa.i. . i iiiri'nn nr. nn, i. i..... .... j - a
, , , .it- and sucn hko miMtenieanors, auu xnanne miupaiBu iu utmi uniuiu.. snv luiions. maj. wickersham bv h con.
"Doctor, you don t uppcar to be doing m ' .,.,, entire number of acres located was 4.042. traef. is bouml t,. r ' A0"
thing lor my daughter. What is the ::'rZ.2rruV "'j "- -. P .work , if they do noV i TSZTZ
.111. .. t. t . i . .1 , ... J....1 WK.. : -..,.1,1 iu.. 7. 1 V inil . . 1 .. .. 1 li. ii v-"."' "" . ine ennet ot the
: - nniiin!. nu nnrrinnn iiirnnninr th itnnriivn tiia nhn n . rni .t.
anu rcaou im, i want, ner luceiwcu. hui.-u-uhbi ..j . " it, ai once, j ne entries mis moniu will tern IS to cirub a tlm
. .1 r - a--- J--o 1 , . . - r " " "f"1'""! "'v
A younp; pentlemrn was rcotntlj csk-
Snttour adrlce relative to pcttinfj married.
He fen,cd ... Bl?U and .1-
do icareu ne woum noi peaoto to auppori
Marrying thebello of the city
had but said yes, tny fato was sealed."
Wo congratulated Utm on his narrow cs-
up-'epe. Voun, men , m.rried. If on-
successful in your firft attempts ut pro
posing, try aatti. Do not decide to keep j
out of the water till you hav: learned to '
(.win. Do not wait, fesr.'UI of being
....... mrv ..w v.
cheated. The girls are as near angels us
they ever will be. We have known acres
... . . . -
ot incra, anu never yci biw a wmg among
them. Do not think becau-o the war is
over it is no timj to sleep in arms. Do
not fear you cannot support a wife.
live than a single one. Oct married, get
rtito bui-incss. lovcour wile ana not your
ncichbors. be honest and honorable, and
you will be happy, and universally re
spectcd. Oct married g i-i 1 1
Beware of impuro words. Filthy con
lion. Aims u viiaiiuvt uy itunu .uw
purity of one heart may be commumea-
' ted to another. And we hnow who hath
said: "evil coiumuntcattons corrupt good
niMin..ia " W'.trrla tin nn miles of lha
Chrijt B t)y
rf thomholt be condemned; for every
idle word that men shall speak they shall
give an account thereof in tho day of
judgmont." There aro thoso whoso con-
versation is filthy and discusting. Tar-
ents shouh g'turd thc:r children from
such. Thcv should themselves avoid ev.
cry indolica'te cxprc on :,d check the
first nppearaiico ol any Mich thing in their
children. Avoid foolish talking and jest-
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in3. Children, let your words be pure.
The Good Old Times.
An act was introduced in the English
Parliament in 1070, "that all women, of
. . n J .
wnatevcr ace, rana. proiession, or uertrc.
J virgins, muds ot w.dow. that
' on, seduce, and betray into matrimony
any ot Ins majesty a male subjects, oy tne
. a ... I
scents, punt, conuctio washes, artificial1
teeth, la se ha r. Sninish wi ol. nun stars.
icoiii. iuibc nun, OLiiiuau nivi. iiguamjo,
i:ia, piiuu iiiuur iuu jujnaiij vi iv
,L. 1..J! H! . .11 ! ....
uu iiiuiuiiu iivuree uvi uu iu ijhi.h.-
Let the fuir sex no longer sigh for "tho
! good gld times, ' now that we liavo civ-
1 . .i.... . .Mt-.M ..r .,..,
VM llllylll 11 (-JJ-.V US-ua .vn
I sprang up liko Jonahs gourd, in a
night ; I am us tall as a bean stalk and as
green; I am thick where I ought to bo
. 1 . I . I . T V - iLJ.I..
'n,n' a m w"oro 0US"1 10 w ,n,lJ
1 um 10 U,K 10 ame "00P "nu n"
' my baby face, never pull the strtp for,
ntn : I have IokI mv rclihli for ".Mother
' .. .. m ..
uoose. and am nut allowed to read love
stories: nnd old men havo done civine me
o done giving me
g men hae not
; I have done
1 -n-ar nlums. and vounr.
o I , . n
begun giving mo ' kisses
with gingerbread hearts, and nobody of
fcrs me the other fort; I have civen up
plajins with ,,
bidJcn t0 thin
ith lirtAll h.hlAa ' nnri Am fA
think of a husband! if I ask
rny mother for a dresi hat she ,ays,-
i. t ..... .ut v. . . .l:i.s .t
"r.uan i iuu uro iiuiuiuu uu. n cnuu .
J jf j run or jump jn tho street, she uyi,
..jy dear, you should remember that you
' J00n: Ud. now t m u U't00
PWPW'7 known as the "Coalter
I farm," containing 200 aeros, andiituited
boBt .ovcn milcwei(t 0f St. Charles, was
e0d a few dayi sire 112,000 or $60 ,
I por aero.
married j tut first bo turo that a girl would the hill bearing the well-known desipna- A, r''rA of I. i .
have fcta-tter, important preliminary. U" of Leap, and atonefime 2uSfk ftt" 'ir
... . J. v mi, the" seuicd to bn cr ou dancer to t hoo , , ? , , 01 .P0''0"10" oroffi.
e o.ce kncfr a fellow who would brag luilJi A consijcfablo of , clal position for the subserviency or pri-
hv the iionr ef how near ho once caina to t.sn nt. .J.- . vato cads, dearly every one it onriiMd
-j - iiiii. iiiviuu.iil V4i(iir rt.vii.-9. uiiu iruu
lur for a year, anl asked her una e.y the decent waso 'A e; -
hitx. She replied "No, sir, I - - - - thentieated as to no longer ho a tMt
vou." Said he to us. "If that clri : ' X.i" .r 7X7 " ff doubt. The princrna! offifer, nr,
, M vaav w.a i.W.T 111 I. Tll'lfl'im.
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I A "lrver' Leap" LeaplBg.
' Tho Hannibal Monitor o? Tuesday sits
"Lovcr'n Leap" at that placo was trie
nThS 'IS 'gfilfffi
gnopg 0f th0 Hanoibal and St. Joseph
roid Co. arc Ideated near tho bn-o of
t.:n .1.. ...ti l
slid from tho astern f.cn. near tho ton to
the di.t road ti Savertoj were buried bv
tlinmass. The circumstance cauxedquito
"y P f
A Callforaia IorenliOBs
Mr john Molt of , '
ty. near Danville, has invented anew hnd
I J , UUar AJU II T 1 1 IC, IIU9 I ll KU IVU U U
ingenious doublo revolving plow
plows, two in number, are placed
,tng plow, iho
ire placed ono a-
L .1.. ..i... . . l . .-i
uuve fciiu uiiicr. uiiun u iiurizutiiai axis.
.. tit. ..' i. T.
,t. n7 w ,..t
Ima passed across the Cold, and turned
lor trie returned turrow, by the toueli of
just been in use, and places it in a posi
n iui.-i.eu, awamng me uexi
turn ol tho team. 1 lie invention a very
simple one, and promise to be of great
value for plowing gardens or lands which
have been fenced, as well as ground where
a i tit r. i si nna nnii nrnniini , t. a na.A..
dead lurrrowa arc objected to. Minin
Cows should bo milked early in the
, j --
much t,,at rf of C
day, towards getting a good flow of milk.
Sii tvulco un. hovs. at filth r'rt rnn nn tho
partition wa.l, and hurry to the yard with
P8' ' bui, and have the cows tn the,
P"'"1 b,for0 a"Sy else. Be suro
a . k Ab
u.ilk clean will liavo a good rccommcu -
datum of being faithful wherever he goes,
anu sucn recommeaaawon always goes
awonS 0U"UM3 -
J Loilng A Devil. ,
, One of our exchanges says :
, Our ''devil hko m .at of ''printer a 1
devils, is a great udmirer of lailies, and
,of ha t h ., Th'otl,
ViZ b ' :''"T.. W lr
and chattine brisblv on tho numerous
topics of tho day, when she suddenly
1.1. I...M !...!.! .. !!!..
vuwui. ma u.mu, uu iuu.iue uu aiuiuug
V , cannot
, ,.No my dear, ! do not," he replied.
"it is because l love the devil I
it I ft ... . t l
"I golly I lipeaclaimed,
Jou 10 J "on"
The business at tho Land Office loca-
t . U I. ' .. .U. fl.... .... .U
uc uiuvii i.iryi.1, iuu uibk m.-u uayo miuit-
ing tt sa!o ol near 5,000 aeres. There is
""7 " v"
I U.P.' an'1 tl,w? K?Ua. 8 home ?houlJ cun,c
this way and tako a look ut the country,
Messrs. Liusday and l'cck, at tho Land
I 4fi Ai fiA t1sAia nni) n nmmAf)i 1 rw mad.
whoure aiwa-6 te.Av tlJ ivocfli
the information desired in relation to this
part of the-country .Mo. Enterprise.
- - -
The rofusal of a justice to murry a
Vi1n..ia Jf- n wltliA ............ Mf
wittwii luuii a m ti uiiu nviuaiij iiiv iciunai ui
71,0 larLCst stusr in Indiana. anl
nrotiuhlr thn l,irir.t in Amnrinn !. niiw
S " .V ... ...... ... . ..
ul.il.. . r ........ i t
iiuioy voumy, neuiucay, anu isi
j t... if. fir ... n
ei W. Spurrier. Ho is six
Jtati old, weighs iour thousand pound,
and was purcl.a cd on the 2G ult by Mr.
Spurrier for eleveu hundred and fifty do.
cu y.eorK? opurrier,
hundred and City dol-
ipi. m' ' '.'"l? . . .
The Missouri 1-reeman, started some
Aiil r ipaaWii aha mt ItiiihlriAnn Ml A net k
of the fflenl ! and the Unioa, aE
.l. ...l ..re....... er.
mo ui.uuiuu bushibs ui wuhuici, c.vvbdb
and tho wool hiidsUapnlblo Monitor.
A KA " " 7 tr&ttZ Uff
from the number of "falw calves" that
nave been lecn in the streets of late.
Mrs. Quilp says that
calf" would have mil
no one but a "trna
made such a discovery.
When a shoemaker coes lo mako a boot
the first thing bo uses is tho last.
Eipwse r Oitrages ftaalitei ty
lie Preedaet's lnre.
From th IT.w York II.raU.
WAsniNUTon, May 7. 1806.
a Some rich Developments are coning to
rhi"" u &i W'.?' cf th8
,n r.r,.vatc 'peculations, ami tho rumoM
fccuuen s llureuu in rkc Stalo of North
rn.ti'liin.. ti. trmii nil nla
, ,W( ',ro K"own 10 W engaged in eul.
cu&ttg to TulTiZ
jincnt. Dozens of instances could be ct '
' ted, but a few will suffice Col. Whittle,
co?ton t.lantations in f oril. ..lt:"
connection with tho Rev. Horaco James
frmrrlv n Mn......... . . . .. '
-v - ..imi cmnan.
.:.....-.i t- .
, . l,u"1 ' county.
""J ""'0WJ''S."tt"e cireums.anco will
to iirvuto li'iiir" X 'n " Prosll,ute
position is prostituted
, darkey was discovered stcalin from
liscovercd stealing from
e was brought heforo
no was Drought heforo
as an a-'ent for the Bo.
to tho county in which
wasconvictci mid i,nl.n..
nil tn flit, ilitrlina .in .T..-.AJ r.. . tir, ...
undergoing the ( entente ho managed to
t.,Capo" and made for the river. J.mr..
called to him to surrender, and as he did
ll0t do s, fircJ at h, Th
pel out of his canoe and has never bra.
1 1 . .
Capt. V. A. S?celcV, SnAerintnmlm. A
the Eastern District, is culttTating farm
in Way ne county. Capt. Hosecranz, Cora.
missary of Subiistcneo ut Nowbei
uno.ni ui uuuiiBiuufu UI xiowocrn, is a
dozen plantations in the South.
f 1..- r 1 .1 .
atorcs have been removed from Z corn-
miliary building before the usual hour
orbusincss. In ono circumstance, four
, . . .".fv Iour
1 and conveyed to a grocery store intha
town. A brother of Copt. Boteetant
airho acteas Commissary gcrccant. sta.
el. when dCcction was u.uvoidable that
& k51.d1? tSS'1? fWZ"
being questioned, that ho had tho four
barrel, of prk in his possession, and that
Cant. Ilnccranz hul Vnn .u-
Ts'etS HeV.8ud hS-
"'"""t r niiien no pain tuo Laptaln six
cents a pound in exchange.
The fact is well established that af
Ooldsboro largo quantities of cluthinsr
sent from tho North for gratuitioui die
tnbution have been sold private! v and at
Chaplain Glavis, a Bureau superintend
ent for this district, is running two plan
tations on his own' account and ono Tor
At Wilmioston. Mai. Ttlnnn M.t
Wickersham, permanent officers of tho
ft 'ronf a nl'eliA
. .. . V. .ilu UUlUUli
10 coniroi 1113 OCSt labor in tho State for
their private interest. The most sineular
"""'' "'e wnoio w tnat the worst ca
. 8".? malleasanco aro found at the door
of Now England philanthropists.
Coffjc, if kepfrom meal to mea, with
tho intention of renewing for use, should
not stand in tin. Lot it bo noun-d inn
an earthen disri, and the coOeo pot bo
tho use of a little knowledge might hat
aeiMirnl frnm ininrir SAP
i ...j...,. w. ... v.
the liberty of
I Hadical I
fKKKPOM Is to take awar
the whites and bestoirit on
Hadical UNrONisu Beliern
aorse mo idea that the President is tho
! 'Ovornment so long as hedooi as wo lay.
and wear that thohSouth t
Lovaitt-A thing once known by the
' lUDDort vou cava tho PrruiHrnt ,nA .
, . ...'. .a.. u
understood to be your opposition to the
..w . ....... ...,.
A cave which promis.to'be quite ex
tensive, has been discovered on the hill
near Arcadia, Mof Parties have explor
ed it for a distance of neir two hundred
yards, and find no cod.
To brino up a child io tho way he
should go travel that way yourself. .