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THE LINCOLN COUNTY
TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1866-
THE LINCOLN COIfHTT HBIALD
I rCilllllD Milt VBIDAT BT
BOMVIVD J. E-IiLIS.
TERM, a a year in advance,
no toaaro, IS Ha or toil Initrtloa, $1 60
aeh addltloaal lartloa ... 75
Admlnlitrator' Kotlee, S 00
Final Setlhuaeat Kotleti, - - - S 00
Htatv Notiets (of a elBgl ttray) - S to
Etch additional atray In lama notice, - 1 00
pf A llbral deduction will b mad to yearly
8" All Ltfl adirrllfHmti anit bo paid for
!en publication UocrUlled to.
pif TrejuWatadToiUaemeati muil beaoeom
Ttnlod with iko loath.
WAdrtrtlteinent not marked or numbered
'mil bo ioierted till otherwlt ordarod and cbargad
iv rat thoaluro ratat.
l'rofoiileual card of ten llnei or loir, will Lo
ni.rted one year for I0.
Marriage, I)ilb, Funeral and Qbufili, totlco.i
will ba Bubliihed free.
All communication! of a er9rnal nature inuat
be puMUhed orer the writer name.
Regular Terms ef tbe Courts of
COUNTY COURT. Second Monday In Fobru
iiv, Mar. Auguit and November.
OIKdillT COURT. Third Monday In March
end Fourth Monday In September.
United rllntc. Fcnatjr. John I). llendordcn,
nnd K. Or.it llrown.
Mumln'r of c..!,rc. Ninth DUtrlvt. tloorno
Andrr-on, if I'ik" ri.unty.
Ht.it : Si n.il. r. r. II. Curl oil.
Itviri"wiit.itii'. J. Wiimlim Slttnti.
Ju i of Circuit Court. -T. J. O. K.igg, I'ikc;
Circuit Atlnrnoy. K. I'. Johiinoli.
Judge f Comity Court. M. L. Lord, Prtaid
Inir, Sam. T. Ingram, mot .luiuuii Wilson. ,
Clark of Circuit Court nnd Itocordor. A. II.
Clrk of County Court nnd rVbool Ciminiifloii
cr V. C. Cuke.
SlierllTniid Collector nf lli-tmui". I. U. Knox.
County Tri:uut.r.. It. Woulliilk.
I'ublle Adintuiatnilor. II. II. Ilud-on.
County ArKcuanr. It. li. Smiley.
County .SurK'rlntoiiilciil of Coiiunon SVliooUuud
I,.h-hI Claim Aceut. Jul. M. .M'CMI.in.
I'. H. Collwti.r dth District.- A It. Martin.
No. 17 Mouth I'ourlh Street,
BT, LOUIS, MO.
Tr.nileat, Weekly and Ifcty Hoarder accotutno
dated on reaiMinnblu term.
Attorney rx t Law:
Triitton, Lincoln County, Mo,
WIl.I. practice la all the Court or the third
Judicial Circuit. All buainea entruited to
till car. trill ba promptly attended to.
Ore. 12, IS0. nl
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
MILITARY CLAIM AGENT,
TBOY, Lincoln County, Mo,
Office In tho Court House.
lec. 12, MS. kit
Fi T. WiLLIAMS
M 1880 U HI.
December 12, 1886. nl ly
JAMES A. WARD,
I'hyNicinn &. fiiurgcotl,
OlBce on Joor North'ofllart and Stuarti,
Deetmber 12, 1804. bl
Attorney at Lavr,
WILL attend to all buiinen entruited to hi
cars In the countiei of Lincoln, Warren,
Montgomery Bad 1'iko. (may in, lew)
Attorney at Law,
TBOY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.,
Office in the Court Uoui.
Oocember 12, IBM. nl
1IB. J. C. 600DR1CU
JtGBB WILL SPEND ONE Til I HI) OP
fir n hi time in Troy, from the 20th
9 U to the end of each month, when
no win aittnd lo the call or mote wuo may Uo
Ira bl iervlcea '
NilroM Olid Oau admlnlitored for tho palnlo
temoyal of teeth. Teeth ImerUd on Oold Rllrer
and Rubber Duo. Alio, oosbinativa of Oold and
it, Referenee, old patrons,
i. Omeo, at WentiyUIo. June 22, 1806
SIGN & HOUSE PAINTER
Bhop i0t BtutI o( (bo prlyterUn Church
Troy- lt o
' T! P"r",ed at all time to aie- ut all work with
-MtetMH ,b4 i,ptoi7' Jay nt lend, al.jy
GIBBS) FIELD & ROSS,
Hi, Charles, Hie,
CLOTHS, USSINBBBS, SIT-
FLA NNJ2LS, LINSEYS,
1" i j
500,000 Lbs, Wool
For which each will U paid, or our manufactureo'
DiniiM, i'ii:i,u a itoss.
may 4, I Rod. Hm
Corner Main &. Chauncy Street
ST. CliAHLKS, Ml&SOURI.
VAULh WALTON A Co.,
l'.U at all liuira jirrparod to &llorder. for
6-1 Flll.l.'l) CI.OTHH,
fi-l MKIUISO CLOTHS,
F L A N N K L H,
I'AUi'lJTsJ. FKMIIIKI) ('OVKULKTS
All Wind ManketK,
Ntoeiitiff Yams, Etc.
To nil of nhirh wu Invito the uttvntion of incr
lmnt.tiilHlriilliii.rii. v; 'I'hB lltihint lilArltct
pri;o miii for Wool. I'niiiy 4, IHtiO .'lin
WK 'are mnklnR tho Iowa City lump, with dc
Inrhod chatnber, Iron faHtcnlnRH for handle
The llllnol-i 1'uuiii, anringOeld, ltccatur atl Chi-
enp p:ittrrnn. Atn, tho Ponnyluul I'utiip,
r.110 nnu jouvtnorouKU paitvrnt, an oikuicu nv
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
I hoy cnti lie bought at nny older Factory in tho
United rilatu. A liberal dUcoitotou laruu urdera
m u.i t-i niiiiuri'ii ntm over.
I'owunj onlerini! onn ndilrm.4 llnley and Co
Cnminlrnlon tnerrli.uitK in 1I1U city, or Ihreueli my
naveiing ngi m, n iiiintu iioih ihhi, ttiu only au
thoriteil trayvlliiiir ai't-nt in the Slate to tako or
den. All ordcri i.roiniilly filled.
JO AW THAN I'KlllGK,
way IK, ISoo n2l Sin I.oulnlana tuo.
J. ft. Crawford
Wholc-iilo nud Ilolnll Dealer In
Hooks, Stationery, Cheap PubUcd-
I ions, xs.wnPapcra & Matrnziitca,
No: Cl Ki 4thMreet, HT LOUIS, MO
. Particular attention paid lo Klling all order
for the Country trade:
Puldinher of Piala.4 .Soi tlonal and tewbahlp
..tl! .-1. ... It, -. .. .te1
iii!iiiii .,iit.'-iuri, iinrci.iyn ingest 01 muxuuri IIO'
purl and Whlitleuty Miainuri Form Bookt
Juno , 1 boo m im
Chapman Thompson & Co.
DEALKB3 IN ALL KINDS OP
aV (! nl BttBa haat Brat
tjatlis and hitiBlosj
AU6 Haburaotarer of
HASH, DOOttfl, Bill If D8, AC.
Lnmher Yard Hi DroadwBT. Saah Faelortr
and Planing Hill, Loeuit itroot, B'ctHreon third
anl Fonrib, 8T. IMVIH, MOl
All kind of dreeud lumber, moulding, 4c, ba
nana, iibucubs or bii a bo ana ion won aitea
ded to. Jan. . no 2. ly
Balmer & Weber,
Publishers of Music,
No. 58 l'ourth atreot, 8L ,Lis H.t
Fiai-Fries Musical laslrnaieals
Of ovory deteriptiont Weatorn Ageut for fate Of
iSiWWayand aon i Gold 'Medal,
llalmer sad Weber 1, and Miller and Co' Pre
mium rianoes, and Prlnco and Co' Improved
Patent Molodeiins, which wo furniib at factory
pricey, Wholesale and'Iletallj
Military Band, fieminaric, Profestor and
Dealer eunnlied at the mod liboral dlaeoant.
Now Musio publiiibed daily, and all new made
nuonineu in me country reguiariy rtooiTCU.
June 8, 18 nM 7m "'
f, X. KREMIR, F. MARTIN,
KREMER & MAUTEN,
Proprietor of thi
Corner Mala and Jaoksta Btreetf ,
8T. CHAltLEH, MO.
Aaooooeo to tbeir frlsad aid th. nubile that the
are now, prepared to deuvur choice article of
niipnii 11m auu uvvnnnnn (vu
COIIN MKAL, etc., at I ho lowest market caih
price. They will at all time receive and nay
tho lull raise for uiwiiw ueiirorea at thelrlNll
or tbo Warehouio of r. Marten, 011 Clay street.
All order iironipll attended to.'
June I is, n!3, pTia
lHew Leig Hill It Dt ! Waltt'
Tbe followins i from a work Dtibliih-
od by tU American Traot Soeioty, itl
tiea, " imoomi or o. y.b. under;".
Ur. nettrctott utd oome from the ovbnv
ine Mrvict in iome conntrv town to liis
home for the night. The Rood 4i of
the how), rather an elderly person, after
buttling about to protido hor guest with
refreshment, said, directlv bftfore her
daughter, who was in tho room, '(Dn
Nettlcton, I do wish you to talk to Car
oline. Bho don't caro nothing about go
Ine to moetinr. nor about tho Miration of
hor soul. I'f 0 talkod and talked, and go
to our m'nister to talk, but it don't soom
to do no pood. I with you would talk to j
her, Dr. NetUoton." I Baying which, ihb.
toon went out of tho room. ' .
Dr. Nottletoa continued qutotlr taktn'tt
his roM8t;Hhcn hd'ttrnod round lo' tho
young girl and said, , ,
" now Just tell me, Mias Uarolinc, don t
ihoy bother you amazingly about this
bho, taken by surpriso nt on address so
Unexpected, answorod at onoo.
" Yes, sir, thoy do ; thoy keep talking
to mo all tho timo, till I am sick of it," '
" 80 I thought," ttaid Dr. N. " Lefts
sets, how old arc you 7" '
" highlocn, sir.
"Tho fact is," Paid Dr. N.. "roliirion
s a Rood thin; in itself; hut tho idoa of
nil tlio tiuio troubling u youn creature
liko you with, it, and you'rn in good
h(taltht you nay. Religion ti n toud
thing. It will hardly do to dio without
it. 1 wonder how lobg it would do for
you to wait?"
"That s just What 1 vo been thinking
myself," said Caroline.
" Well," said Dr. N., " sUpposo you say
till you ore fifty? No, that won't do;
I attended tho fuuoral tho othor day of u
lady fifteen years yotiugvr than that.
Thirty? How will that do?"
" 1 in not sure it would do to wait ouito
ho long," snid Caroline.
"Biu, I do not think so cither : somo-
thing might linppon. 8uy, now, twenty
Dvo ? or oven twenty, if wo could bo suro
you would livo so long.. A year from
now ; bow would that do f
" I don t know, sir."
"Neither do I. Tho faot is. hiv dear
young lady, tho moro I think of It, arid of
how many young people, as well appar
ently as you aro, do dio suddenly, I am
niruiu iu iiuve yuu pui ii ou a itiuiiieiii
luhger. licsides, tho ltiblo. Bays, Nhw
T 1 1 - 1 - , -ir . .
H tho aecopt'jd timo. Wo must tako tho
time. What shall wo do ? Had wo not
better kneel down hero and ask (Jod for
mercy through his Son Jrsus Christ ?"
Tho youug lady, porloclly ovcrcomo by
ncr lucitngs, anooiea on tno spot, in a
day or two, thu by grnco came out rejoic
ing in hope, finding slio had far from lost
all enjoyment in this life.
rtrseveraaee la Well-tfolig.
A busy, useful, holy Itfo, and none oth
er, is a lila ot woll-uoing : is a ndula lilo.
though passed in a cottage ; is a happy
one, though its paths bo rough and thor
ny. In a world whero tlicro is much to
do, it allots little time for sclLonjoinients
and no timo for sinful ones. Filled up
with tho duties of homo and busiucss,
with tho paramount interests of eternity
and of our souls, with godd deeds done to
others, and tho claims thoy havo on our
help, its days, instead of walking on lead-
ton feet, soom to fly on eaglos wings tho
1 a 1 fe lt?lt 1 It
onsicst 1110 appearing an 100 10.10, anu 1 no
iuuuusv iuviug bii wv auu iur tuu worn, . uugan to congrainiaio tnomsclvcs on their
wo have to do. Like a toil-worn labor- good crops, whon tha armyfwormjippoar
er, weary iu though not of bis work, tho od and aro now destroying the' whero with
Christian may sometimes Wish it wero t buy broad for tho coming winter. As
conoludcd, and long for sunset that ho
might loavo the field to go home, his
the detiro of the Psalmist, " O that I bad
tho wings of dovo, that I might fly
away and be at rest I" Yot toiling and
enduring, bearing other's burdona along
with hm own, living not for himself, ro-
mrduur every dav as ion WBioh u not
-1.L-.Y 1 ' X-. l .1 .1 . j
wuu 117 wuw gum B r
regarding bimaelfaa the steward Of Uc's
Doaniy not a toru but a laborer in tno
vineyard-tha) mas though he may bo
weary tit, win not uo woary owou-aoing.
Ban day aiagaune,
jDlffereiCfl f Tlate.
ItntwAAn T.nni1nii .ml Maw VnrV
c 1 1 r.... -r ,1 l.n.
uiojuum. au iui wi iuu mhwi wij,
Tucrcioro news dispatches prepared in
Mnilnh nt IJivnA a'ninnlr in 'I'llflflflAV
i tu 1. u v t: i. ir. r
buwuiok wiu lununn u, .uu w
night, fully it
lurouguout tno 1
nows leaving London and Liverpool
..i.t- tui. .nnnn will na.M, '
l V n T j a 11 7 .1
at ten this forenoon, in full time for the1
afternoon papers. St. Louis Republican.'
til... ,!. 1. nm.nnt.ul
Without Which Whttover Is presented to
na la la.iniii it 11 nnnnv in inn mnutii.
melody in tho ear, joy In the breast, mod -
ioine ft the soul j and there aro 00 charms
in any diaoourso in which this name is
. a n WI
not board. uernuru.
Peaches aro abundant ihsomo counties
of Texas, and sell for thcuty-Gvo cents
u . wu w viuu- Vm mvmw rivao. i.u w u.uiji ua oavuruay oeptomoer
1 time to bo published 'on Mthaad OetoWeu.isthetstta 18M,
a In nvnrw nAwanannr , tnonoan orix a m and lx pia
? , S.!0ry newtpspcr wtuUm smUay, UeaUtrar at Aubarn.
J nitOd DUktOS. AUU IO, ' tawnihln 08 Batirrdavi fSmUmhur Md A
The name ot dosus is not oniy ngui, ij towsihip
but food : it is likewise pll, without which and October
.11 ii. r' -t it. . ...11. j . t. 1. ..it hear of tlx
M. . W . 1. I
bii ino luoa ui euw buui.ib ui i i t. 10 oaiv, - n
Stigar as ai Article af Diet.
Tho COod effect Which follow tlm nl.nn
oant uso 01 sugar as an nrlico of food,
havo been sent forth by many celobratct '
physicians and other learned men. Sir
-------- ...... V. ..Ik. II fcj,,
J nil ti l'rllirrlfl imnrn ui fiaa. - , a . At.. A
tno pIoruo never was known to visit nn
. . B!, IMIIIIIIV
country whero sugar composed a matorf-1
rial part of tho diet of the inhabitants.
Another savs that suoar. when ancrxlitv 1
Ukcn, has been found to bo an antidote
to tho poison of vordtwis. On this anb.
ject tho Sorgo Journal or July, cives tho 1
I ? . .
Tho Uocnin Chincso constimo n trmat'
quantity of sugar; thoy cai it with rioo. I
wbicq is mo oraiaar nmairraM r Mk'
of all,agos ani;sUtions, and there '.is but
i .11 a. . . .. " . t .
llttlo, olso. ft, ,be, obMtwd in all the ihna I
cf tho eottrilr hnt rle .n.l .. 1 ti.A '
Coohin Chinese not on! r...i.? .'!
gar tnoir irmiu but oren tho greater part
jb a. " f
.. . . ' f-"' -
ui-eauir iukuuiihous VCOOtaiJlaii. mtnril.
edeumbers, radishes, nrtichoko8,.tho grain
of tho lotus and tho flesh v laavcx of tlm
nloo. They fanoy notliinir is nourishinL'
as sugar. Tho body guard of tho King,
sclcctoi for tho purpose of pomp and
ohow, aro allowed a sum of money with
which thoy must buy sugar and sugar-
canes, and tuoy aro compelled by law to
cat a certain quantity daily. This is to
promoto thoir embonpoint and good looks,
us they artf honored by a near approach
to tho King, ami they'ecrtainly present a
handsome appearance, being actually fat
tened sleek and plump by sugar.
The plentiful uso of sugar is one of tho
bct preventives of tho diseases produced
by worms. Naturo seems to havo im
planted a lovo for this ailment in children
as if it were on purpose to defohd them
fio n those diseases.
Sorghum syrup is consumed in many
families in tho west in prodigious quanti
ties. It is a homo product, comparative
ly inexpensive, takes thu place of butter
and fat, children aro fond of it, and no
restriction is imposed upon its uso.
Probably a larger nuautitv of sutrar. in
tho shapo of sorghum syrop, is consumed
in families where it is made on tho farm
and used freely by the members, thau
was ever beloro used by any largo num
ber of persons in any part or in any ago
of the world. And yet wc have never
hoard, in any single instance, a suspicion
expressed that its use was attendod with
any injurious effects. On tho other hand,
it is tiuttc common to hear that its fieo
and abundaut uso in families has bcert at
tended with improved avcrago health,
particularly among children;
Crops is Louisiana,
Correspondence of the ItcpublicarJ.
Madison Parish, La., August 10, 18U0.
Having just travolcd over several conn.
tics of Mississippi and tho river parishes
of Louisiana, it would, I thought, not bo
uninteresting to many of your readers to
hear something of tho eottou and corn
crops in this section. In travelling
through tho counties along tho Yazoo And
Tathtbutchio rivers. I found tha cottnn
generally small nnd suffering much from
drought, having had no rain in tbo past
m wuuks. j imi, witti mo uniavoraulo
spring and difficulty in getting 'negroes
early enough (owing to tho expectation
of tho division of lands,) will servo to
shorten tho orop at least one half in those
In' Madison' parish, Louisiana, after
contending with a wet and backward
spring, the loss of one, half vho muloa in
tho Parish by disease,' and a slimmer of
1 . &
unprecedented drought, the peoplo had
to tho corn crop it Is a. relief' to sod1 corn
that will mako fifteen bushels to tho aero.
Yours, &c., McDONOUOII.
Office of Super? Iior of Roglitrntion,
, , t , Tbot, Mo. laes.
Notice I hereby utven to tho ratan of T.incnin
County. M?.i.thf tE Officer f RoaUtratlon wUI
if Totir. wtho eeerai voting' pro.-
dd county at tk.foJkwint Una aad
, meu m
a B. Balls, .Rwlttrar at Trovi Baord
T .1 7!r. ZZi lTVr r lIZV. "Wr2
l . (if 1
thlth20ihl8o, between the hoar
of Biz 1. a. and Six r. tt
Clam towataia BatBrdaea
October eih UthastihWM, between the hoar
iza & mi and
1 010 am anno
. b ana e p an 1 )
aria W Rdth, Reglitrar at Chantllly,
in!pMS4tardiy. Sept ltd 28th.
rath, lath a JOth isoo betwoea the t
isaaai itx pm' 1
. a a
'tlx am sad nx pm
JhnJ Worl4W .,.,,, Kew.nono. ltiir.
at Otobertb,nh4t20thl8e, betwoea
tfiixaai aadsupmi t
William Porter Reglitrar at Millwood, Millwood
October th, 11 thitioih Isoo utwtea the boar
1 a .1. . IU Hit ! v. ni
joan 1-. kbbb, Kegurrarat LottUvllle. Wavor-
en riatursayt Bepteaiber tJdA 29th
Stb, Uth 20th 1848, between tho
a at and tlx d mi
. " V V"J"'" B'""' aruaion, rraixie
towniblpon 8. turdayt Bept.mbcr.22d 29th and
Canaon, Reglitrar at Truxton, Pratrlo
ueiouei oiu. ina it zuib ibbb. batwaan th. hnnn
. "Jtf .ftjffi
, .j "vT 1 .v.. -
, 24tb 2it dayrof October i860, th Hoard of
I Awtnjimltl and ItouIolAn mattll niori In TrAV. In tkUl
r,-.. --- .... .... -.-, ;-r:
upon tho eialmi of all voter illegally regUtercd
orthovQ who maty be unablo lo com Wfurc tbe
TlMOTUY CUMMINS, Supcrvjw.
Aw;,. 31, 1 860. n36. 3
Frightful Affair in Arkansas.
A Man Attaektd by Four Hijhvxty
men, Jiolbcd and Thd to
Ahrtbardi Ftoht, One 0
. sitraf switiia
.. . . . . I...
. iao reason port nra 01 tuc inn says
"at w"n rhed McKtnnoy, an oversoor,
,,irca a P'antr ' l,,at county, was
swprcu on uis way 10 urn pianuttioti tno
T1UC8d,Jr, TV1.Vs,Pr..v,Vus !,y. rm"men
wno rouueu, uunuiouicu ami uou imu to
8 trc0, Tho Bra MJ"' l,,,t M BOon n ro
I ivwvu uu vtviik w Whivii J luim mm vn-
I.I I,. . . n . I . ,
"IDOa 8 olws warrant ior 111c 10 110
woogniicd-Htriccnor and Berry were
mn uwiiu nim nm auiiuuuu wwiu
Justico licnU of Cottcn Plant.,, Tho ev-
"t"2L ot, . M ftM
with UrJ tthorc. fhetal But one of tho ac-
,cused partles-i-Beiry adduced ovidenoe
. i.fw iv... ...J . 1.... a. . .1.
uj nuKi iuu iu.ou iuiiv nu won m aumu-
er plaeo at the hour tho outrogo rns per
petrated. It is believed that tho wiitJjs
cs who deposed this testimony, Wuro the
accomplices of Ucrry. Upon this cvl-
tiencD both parties wcro releasod.
Who n tbe trial was concludod, McKtn
noy and his frionds left Cotton l'laot for
their homes somo in wagons, nnd, some
on horseback. About Gve miles north of
Cotton Plant, tho Stracencr and Borrv
party overtook them. One Kh Stairm.
a brothor-in-law to Ucrry, and a witness
lor him, rodo up to McKimicy and com
menced abusing him, ami finally chal
lenged him to u pistol eoinli.it, or duel,
on tho ground, McKinncv readily ac
cepted ; ami, leaping from tho wagon pis
tol in hand, about twenty feet apart, tho
nring between tno parties commenced.
Each party fired three shots, any one of
which would have proved fatal. Hlaggs
received the first shot in the mouth, tho
noxt in tho throat, and tho third in tho
hrca.it. When these shots wcro fired, the
parties turned their backs upon cauh oth
er, walked about tho same distance from
tho scene, and both fell about tho samo
instant, one upon Ins back and the other
upon his face, and died with pistol in
hand. This occasioned a great deal of
promiscuous snooting about twenty ran
dom shots between the respective friend
of both parties, llut lortuuatcly no oth
cr damage was done.
The Cobbler's Secret.
A waggish cobbler onco, in Rome,
Put forth a proclamation
That ho'd bo willing to disclose,
For duo consideration.
A secret which tho cobbling world
Could ill afford to loso :
Tho way to make, in ono short day,
A hundred pair of shoes.
Froth ovory quarter to tho sight
Thero ran A thousand fellows
Tanners, cobblers, bdotmcn, shocmcu,
All redolent of hoof and smoko.
And cobbler's wax ni d hides ;
Each fellow pays his thirty peuce,
And calls it cheap besides.
Silence I The cobbler enters
And casts jtrtUnd his eyes
Then curli his lip, tbe rogue! then frowns
Ana then looks wondrous wise.:
My friends,' he says, " tis.timplo quito,
j.uo pian tnat 1 propose ;
And every man of ydu, I think,
Might learn it if you chose.
11 A good sharp knifo is all yod need
. In carrying out my plan ;
So easy is it, nono cau fail,
Let him be child or man ;
To mako a hundred pair of shoes,
Just go back to your shops,
And tako a,hundrod pairs of boots
And out off all the tops I"
Tn ToUATn. As an arlinl.i ftflHHrl
ILd tdtflato.is not .Only nutritious, but it
possesses many valuable medicinal quali
ties, it is ono ot tno most powerful ap
crionts of tho liver and other organs, and
can bo labititKtad for calomel. It ia al
so stated that, beforo Ions. oxrjrJrimonU
chemical extract, from the tomato that
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will ultimately! auperocde calomel in the
Mill Hfll IUM Tll...l.AA.'l..U -.. -
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' iirilllT tmnthil with ihu Inmalx 1 n.
and.it is said to bo an cxcolleut remedy
1 CXCOllcilt rcmcdv
for dyspopsia and indigestion. Cooked
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of tho moat wholcsomo articles in uso.
TItnnM TnvAiri,A .... .
laMel afVUl mull UQ 1 XmmI.. 1 - -
Ut-iBthobear.of,EOB,n a fowyf" ago, rummaging
I ' d MHHUWUUI SB. BJil BIWia 1 11
tuiung uia ininuy uuoumenis, louna writ -
ton on tho back of an old deed somo
fc. intt oorwiuplaco intho gaiden.-
It WM at first regarded as a beaux, but
on uiecine in tno snot an iron not came
to light, containing fiftocn thousand guin
eas, and a scrap of parchment much do-1
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Shall havo it tooner than Cromwel.."
Grabs Pamb. The proprietor 0f
Llned'a Mcwsnaner in London, has iunt
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imporwu two unuuruu sua auvuiuy ton 1
nfFKan.ri0 craBS from Aliferia, foJ . tlm
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manuioeiuru ui.panur ior mat journal.
nit f il.t. L!.l -r ! 1 .1
uT.t oF tho linen fabric
number of young muu who left'
l-l.l I-.. A Tl .1
Springfield last April to mako money in
f . 1 .r .
i Montana have returned in ditgut, and
report that there is uo money to be taa'Ju
,tU tlm aOJUf J ot Siiat jegte.
Ooc (ration I whaiKloriotui thing it
is for a human heart' Those who work
hard seldom yield themselves entirety up
to fancied or real sorrow'. Whin grief
sita down, folds its hands, aad mournful
ly feeds upon its own tears, weaving tha
dim shadows that a little exertion might
weep away into a funeral nil the strong
spirit is shorn or ita mignt, ana Borrow
becomes our master. When troubles
flow upon yott, dark and hcay,;tmi not
with the waves wrestle not with tho tor
rentrather seek by occupation to divert
the datk watore thai throatort'tM, over
whelm yott into -a thewMhiaV-oManRls
Uok wesuot, b BAwajKprctcnt.
lYcsh flowcra that thoy 'may bflgWra tho
ruturb flowers that will Upeiaa pUio
and holy, III tho sunshine 'which pene
trates to the path of duly. Of iff, after
all, is bui a selfish feeling : and most sel
fish is he who yields htmsolf to' tho in
dulgence of any passion that brings uo
joy to his follow mod. 1
A negro man has ken . arretted) in
Pbilndclnbia on tho Bilnnosltion that he
is tho murdcror of the Hon. Cbatros Ray
mond, lato Waited States Consul to Bra
zil, who Was found irr bla bedroftw at
Woodbury, Mew Jersey, some flsyssfro,
with his throat cut. Tho arrested man
it is said has been heard to 'threaten Mr.
1 1 a 1 -
A Now York letter says; '' Wc arc lo
Imvo n new ocean cablo that is, an out-artd-riut
American cablb atan carly day.
Bonks tif aubserintion word bncnod to day
at tho company's office, in. Board atreot.
Tho capital stock is S10,000,0(K. ,,Tl.e
routo Is from Kew xork to iicrmuda, tia
Capo Charles, Virginia, thenco to tho
Azores, and thence to Lisbon; in'Portu
Tho Spanish fovor is prcvailingamohg
tho stock on Lower Fall River, Kansas.
At Baktor'a Springs stock is suffering
from the disease. About fifty thousand
head Of Southcrd stock is quartered 011
tho Southern border or Kansas, waiting
for tho cspirrtion of the prohibitory law,
whon they wlsfbo dtiven up int Kan
A letter from Dadou tontaius tho ful-
lowirlg, wiilch illuslratcs the slate of feel
ing in the lesser German States,
"Last week 4d stttdbnts arrived noar
the Castle of Durbach. near Offenburi'.
from Friqurg, accompanied by a surgeon.
They were armed with rapiers, And re
tired IHtO the interior of a forest, Whore
thoy selected a suitable spot fbr fighting
a duol on a large scale, 20 to 20. They
fought for a long time, inflicting Wouud.t
on each other in the fac'o.and arms. Ono
is said to have had bis life lewdahgcred.
Whit Wis the origin of this battlo? Pol
itics, 20 were for Austria and 20 for
Two gentlemen in Iowa recently traded
Wives, ntm giving ono thousand fltrfa hun
dred dollars "to boot." .The citizens
were scandalized by this proceeding, and
threatened to apply tho boot to him whd
had received tho "boot" if ho did not
immediately leave th'o,county With his
how ipduso. They left-, but' tho other
. One M, ,dUringtho hard winter of
186.I, a Miss Arnold affiled to (lenoral
Milroy for a permit to forage fbr her cow
whoso milk' was tho chief support of tbe
family. , "Are; you loyal?'' asked the
General. "Yet," she replied. , Ho began
to writd Iho permit "to the United
States or Confederate States?" "Td the
Confederacy) of course," abb replied.
I'Thcu I thall give you no pcrmjt. This
infamous rebellion must bo 'crushed."
"Well," said alio, "if yon can crush it
by starving John Arnolds' old cow, -do it.
1 -rf" "ttt1"
A whirlwind swept oir ,u meadow in
tins vicimty.iaiit wcck,, tutu itng, up
Ju courso'tho end of' i'lsn winrow
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nay, twisting 11 into a ropeso intcvra
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cntwino n ni'frn who witannrkinir at tin
nttmr nilrnniitg In it. oUtl. lifi'in.. .U.L....
, and hay about 100 fcot in'the air and de
posited thorn in tho noxt lot, CO rodi
awuy. Tho man was unhurt, but' tile liuy
i:.ij .1.-. ..i.fc 1 t.
J -n - "fi
! nnn.l l.ii.nll.n mk.I aft a n SI...
W UUUU wVIIUIUa UU t,UVB i, l IIIIT
brtn in tlmt forui.-Ureat Harrington
' (Jourior. '
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nnvi 0 bo(ira.n 8tcamcr k gt, i'nui
,Mn,. wero eamscd'bv eatinL: sU. .
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pies and buttermilk, aau woro oonfiiiodtb
j days sineo at tSS
yurs in tho sairio houso in width shf'was
" 11,0 ,,ay "fl,' lle of Btiifkcr
A Louisville merchant, married a girl
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days after, she robbed him of 82.b'00 and
V : -I" ' ,v". -"J hi "'"i"t
lull for HOW field of ennriufst ' 1
1 Nearly all
m charge o
Olt.it the ma I
all tho pott ouccb in Texas nrr
il leinalcs It works mi well
Ira now arrive and d.tmrt v.-
ry oia ia the day,