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THE LINCOLN I 01INTI HERALD
tt rcmtsxD avsav rittDiv sr
ED 71 UND J. EliLIS.
TERMfl, $9 m year iu advance.
Rates oMrdfertls.Rg . !
0 tauare, 10 line or leu one lumtton,
jCaeh additional Inttttlon -Administrator.'!
Final Settlement Notice, -Btrit
Nuticks (uf a tingle .tray,)
Each additional .tray tn tame nolle, -
!f A liberal deduction will be ma Jo to yearly
f,f All I'gat a lt'rliitminli muat to paid for
wheapubllcatlon la certified to.
jf4T Transient ud'CTUicincnti must Xo tecum
ltaled with theea.b.
Adrertliejijnts not marked omumbored
willbe Inserted till otherwise ordared and charged
for at the ubovo ratci.
Profcitlouat card, of ten lines or lcs, will bo
uiorted oua year for ilO.
Marriage, Doatb, Funoral aid Church notion
will bo published freo.
All oommunicattuni or a perional nnturo must
b publUbcd orer the writer name.
Regaler Terms of the Courts or
COUNTY COURT. Second Monday In Fcbru
nrv. Mnv August and November.
ClttCUIT COt'KT. Tlur.l M Uv in March
and Fourth Monday In September.
United Slate. Scn.it Uf. John 1!. Hendorfcn,
and 11. drat, lir.iwn.
.Member of C.mcren Ninth M-trM. Ucorgc
IV. AndeT'oti, uf I'iHo rMiiuy.
ritnto Senator, K. 11. Carroll
Ropici'iitntliv. .1. Vlnlon Sltton.
JiiJk" urClr.'iili Court. T. J. V. Fuji;, Filfc.
Circuit Attorney.!. 1'. .lohn.oii.
Judge, of Cua'ty Court. M. J.. howl, l'rvrM
'lift, Sam. T lucrum, and .ItittH! Wlln.
Clerk of Clroult Couit und liuiordtr. A. II.
Clerk f County Court und School CummUidon
er 1 C. Cake.
Sheriff and Collector of Revenue. J. U. Knox,
Conntv Treasurer. S. It. Wjolfolk.
Public Administrator. II. II. Iludjon.
County At'eonr. D. II. Smiley.
County Superintendent of Common School, and
Local Claim Agent. Jns. M. McClollun.
U. S. C.dhitor jtli iiitrUl. A 11. Mauls.
No. 47 foulli fourth Street,
ST. LOUTS, MO.
TiaO.Icnt, Wei lily and Hay Hoarder, nccntmno.
latrl on reasonable tcilu.
A. t to r n e y at Lav:
Truxton, Lincoln Comity, Mo.
WILL proctlco In nil tho Courts of th' (bird
Judieliil Circuit. All buidnes. clitiuted to
bit earo will be promptly aftended tn.
Dee. 12, ISM. nl
"jA.lIES ilI. "liEfTiiAtf,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
MILITA IY CLAIM AOKNT,
TltOV, Lincoln foniity. Mo.,
Offlcc in the Court
Dee. 12, 1S. nl
F. T. WILLIAMS,
Attorney ft t T-i tt av
NOTARY PUB. 10,
Doeoruber 12, 16(15. nl ly
JAMES A. WARD,
lhysiciriT & Surgeon.
OHeo one door Korth'of Hart and Btuart.
December 17, 1885. ul
Attorney at Jjn-v,
TROY, MO., j
WILL attend to all bualncu cntrnttcd to h'a
care in the countiei of Lincoln, Warren,
Montgomery and Plko. (may 18, 1860)
WILL SPEND ONE TUIRD OF
vbli tltna In i Troy, from tho 20th
.ia iba ond of each month, wlicrn
!.o will atltnd to tho calli of thoie who may do
air his sort lea 1
Kitrou. Oxlt Oauadmlhlitcred for the palnlo a
removal of Uath. Teeth Iniortod on Gold Silver
and Rubber But. Alio, combination of Oold and
Rubber. . "
Reference, My ld patrons,
Office, at WanUvlll.. June 32, ISM.
j " "!. t i f- '
siew a," house pajnter,
Shop oa lot Booth, or the Preibvterltn Church
f orcpirad at all llrati toazoeute til work with
aMtae.i and dl.pileh. July 37, lg. 31-ly
LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., nitn.uinPina r MusLral ilntlrilliint hWo did so,' but in two or thvco'wcoks, our alt Lake, prompted to their movement TUe LargCSl t'nccso in UC world.
i - 7.7 VTT , r Wend camo to the dfnoo 'post-hasto beg- "7 lB prospect m encaper living aim -ino maipnioiu ciiccso lately on cxlubi-
omc. In rtio Court nouio. Oe.ryjd..tr1riont .Wirtc n Agwii for,,alo of . -. . J. ;mme,,;ntnl. moro congenial climate. tlon at the State Fair nt Sarntoua is said
December 12, 1865. ni ) StHnVty rtrfJ W. GdM WrW, p0r he bad bo inaoli work piling In, ho I ! to bo the largest choche in tho world, and
1 flalmcr and Weber, and Mlllcr'and Ca's Pro-. . , , ntlpnA tn iti Who govs advor- RalTIMOBE, Oct. 11. 'caual in' flavor to tho beat factory 'oheeso
. J . . O O I It I C ll Ffitint ffl'w, m?tZ'n Using don't.payl-Grand River "News Heavy floods on all tho streams havo ' that cun bo produced. It was manufactur-
TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY,
GIBBS; FIELD & ROSS,
St. Charles, Mo,
(LOTHS, CASSIMBRES, SAT-
i FL A NN E L S, L INS E VS,
500,000 Lbs, Wool
For which cash will lu paid, or our manufactured
(iinilS, KIKLD it It OSS.
may 4, tSiifl. 8m
Corner Main& Chauncy Streets
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI.
VAULL WALTON d- Co.,
ttC at all times prepared to fill orde rs for
fl-4 FIII.L'O CLOTHS,
6-1 MKRIXO CLOTHS,
V L A N N i: L S,
JBAISTS (of nil colors,)
CAIU'KTS, I'IGUKKI) COVKRLET3
All Wool lilanhets,
Stocking Yarn, Etc.
To r.l! of which ne Invito the attention of mer
chants und fnrtrer.-'. 'J'lle lilgliKt
.rite paid for Vi'ool. tony 4., letil
MA N L' FACT I'll ER OF
Wl! are making tho loira City Pump, with do
Inched ilmmlior, Iron fasleiitnxi for handle.
Tho lllinni, I'uinp, pprlncfleld, lleeator and Chi
ciro patlein. Al, the I'ennryhanli I'unip,
Eiio and Joncbnrouch pattern., nil of which wo
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
if thoy cm hobciiiirlit at any otber Factory in tho
1'nlted State". A liberal dleeounton luriio orders
I of ii.V 15 hundred ninl over.
l'tr.on' orderluc ean mldrcra H.ilrv nn.l Co.
Cnmi'il'li.ii mirehiiiili' In thlaelty, or through my
traveling agent, William Hone! em, thn ou.y mi- '
thoiized truvi lliii agent In the State to tako or-'
(ler. .Ml order promptly lillid.
may IS, ISiii) n21 8m Louisiana mo.
VhoIejalc aud Ketall Dealer In
Hooks, Stationery, Cheap PMica-
tioiis, Newspaper & Magazines,
Xo! r,l N: 4thMrcet, riT 1,01' IS, MO
df Wtlculur attontlon paid to fllllng'all orders
for the Country trades
l'ublliher of Flalaa Reetlonal sni Tnivn hip
ninpof MlMourl) Ilarol.y. dig. ,t of Mlj.iouri Itv
port, and Whlttlejcy. Mii.ouri Form liook.
Chapman TlioiApji Co.
IiKAT.HRS TN ALT. KINDS
71 AUo, Manufacturers of
Lumber . Vard 421 Iirondw ay,'.8ab HFactory
' and l'lunttis1 Mill, Loruit utrcot, lelweun Third
an ' Fourth, tST, fctlUlX," IM). ,
All kind, nf dreased lumber, mouldlns, ,4c.. oil
Hid. lluild n of inkiadl Sid lob wolK alien
SG Fourth, btrcct).St.LoulB;Mo.(
.Military Hand., b'omlnarlca. Profoftors and
Dealers tunrdled at the most- liberal discount.
Muilo publiihod dally, nnd all now mujlo
,'pabllibed In tho country regularly receive 1.' '
June. 8, IBM; n2 7m
T. X. KREMER. ' F. MARTEN.
KREMER & MAHTEN,
Corner Mala and Jackion Htreeti,
ST. CHARLES, MO
are BOW 'prepared to doKver n ohnlco article nf
W 11 BAT, RYE and BUCKWHKAT FLOUR,
They will at all llmei raoelro and nar
tno run value for okain aoiirertd at tuoir Mil
or the Warehouno of F. Marten, on CLjy.treet.
All order, promptly attended to.'
' riwwwi' w iTOiOTHio ina lician: i cuu?cu uuiihiaoraDia auinu'iu uuu iup ui vu uir miiiown vv...w iuviwm vwiima-
.Military llamU, Boialnarlcx. Vtqiqhots and
June 1 1S6C, n23, p7i
IT 18 80.
I've teen many a girl
Who would marry a churl,
Providing he d plenty of gold,
And would live to repent
When the moucv vru snent.
When the found that her heart had been
It is so 1 it is so 1 sold.
You may smile if you liko,
Rut it is so.
I've known many a lass
Who would thoughtlessly pass
Whole hours promenading the street,
Wlnlo lior mother would sorud
All the while at' the tub,
Never minding the oold or tho heat,
U is so l, it is so I j a
You inay'siullo if you like,
But it it is so.
"Th or o is many a man
Who will dress if he can,
No matter how empty his pur.e,
And his tailor may look
When he settles his book,
Rut his pattoru has vanished, or worso,
It is so, it is so,
You may smilo if you liko,
Rut it's so.
I know pcoplo so nice,
Tliey will faint in a trice,
If you mention hard labor to them,
Yet their parents wore poor,
And were found to enduro
Aauy hardships life's current to stem,
It is so, it is so:
You may smile if you liko,
Rut it is so.
Something for the Sick.
Frequently we find sick people whoso
stomachs reject all kinds of nourishment
until conditions follow that in many in
stances terininato fatally. In 20 instan
ces in which I havo hoard tho popular
sick bed nourishments prescribed and re
ice id by an invalids enfeebled stomach,
I liuvo never known tho siniplo saucar of
parched eorn, pudding, or bowl ot gruel
Tho corn is roasted brown, precisely as
wo roast coffee, ground as fine as meal iu
a cofl'eo mill, and made either into mush,
rrrnftl n. ilitit ffnl-D. lirilril li.tlitltr l,riiivn
fititl rrivn oltlir wnrni m- rfilil. nln-ir or !
with whatever droesing tho stomach will!
rccoive.and retain. l'arcned corn meal
in skimmed milk, and fodi frequently to
children hufferiug Summer diarrhoea, will
almost always euro, as it will dyscntary iu
In adults, and 1 beliovo the cholera in its
earlier stagos. Saturday Evening Post.
TinciiMtiK Next ITcnr.
Tho Kansas city Journal says:
which tho creatures havo deposited frouiiC.8c3a..;l ohcc
ten to fifteen eggs. Wo havo counted as
many as fifty such holes within the radius
ol'onn foot. With tho return of snrinir
the CD-I's will hatch then wo may expo h
a new bwarni more numerous and dc."truc-
tive thau tho present one, It has been I
suggested that no fires bo allowed on thoj
prairies this fall and wmtor, but in ho
rpnng when the young locust makes his
appearance, to burn simultaneously an
tho prairie country. This is a good idea
arid xtc hopo it will bo tpwftottior
A luuy in Jjaiuyeue, inuiaua, rucuuiijr
. , . T I' u. 1 1 ..
in proparinc her Sunday dinner put Bomo!
get to church she inadvertently put her
hymn book in thepotand wrapped a pieco
of pork in her pockothandkorchicf and
toolk it to church with her. Hermorti-'
fication was intonso upon discovering her
mistake during service; so was her hun-
l...,J .inr..,li. ..MniK.'IlM nf 1,1a
A correspondent ot-tho J.ondoti lucid
fctatcs that a branch of Walnul'trco sua-
pended over a bad,, is a good protection
from tho attack of, aiusquitocs. If tho
ouitocs. II. tho
i walnut branch ia nffootivo in Kngla'nd, that tho bigcit thing in tho mountains American citizen. " Tho highest privi
I wllyi should its Influoiieo not bo tho sarao' for tho year, had not bcou struck. Itis lego of an Amoricaucitizon is to havo a
I in this country? ' (in tho Snakoriver dUtiiet; tho.ore is very' voico in tho making of our Presidents,
o ii " ---
Tho benefits of advertising may1 bo fig-
uved up from tho following true 'narativo.'
Not a thousand miles from hero, a friietid
who had not just then much business, ro-
wucstod'us to publish his card in tho Nows.
Wn ,11.1 an' litii. 5n Itr'n nr tlivpn 'wrnta. nur
The Hi. Joseph' Herald learns from a
..nil.n ilint 'lVnm flmalin flint thn
. i. ... . ' ' M .' .lilJll..
union xaoino roau was on oaiuruay lasi
in running drdor forty-five miles west of
ht. riearnoy, and tnat tno contraciora aro
putting down tho rails at tho rate of 8,000
fonr nn ,iVi '
The Fulton Telograph of last'week'says:
In proportion to 'population wo predict
that Calloway wiil-Lo tho banner Conser
couutv in the Stuto. o will irive
' the btato, district' and uouuty ticKet a
majority of OVCr 1,800' Votes,
, n,.iB n6 matter. 1
a if.....t,.,..n(t. fnr,nr . .Vint
had twin' Nuibs in Febuary last, and nRsin
in An-ttst an increase of four in about
til months. All the lamb, arc living.
MO.. FRIDAY, pCTOBER 19, I860.
A Short liOVe Story
Hero is n story told by one Morgan, a
sea captain, concerning a husband nt soa,
which may nfTorJ a comfortablo' hint to
young laaies: ,
Single ladies cross tho water under the1
special care of the cantaiu of tho of tlio
snip, and if a love affair occurs among the
pascngors, the captain is usually a eon-
rlJ,.i. nr.,. K.iv A .......
nuL-iiiv ui vuu u, uuui 1 neat n ti j ion-
cuiaiing young I a ay una nccu piaeeu un-
der Morgan's care, and throo young gctt-'
tlemen fell dospcratoly in love with her.
They wero all equally acrccablc, and tho'
young lady was puzzled which to encour-
flfffl. Hhn'ftalcAil t.liA rntilnin'fl nrlvlnn.
"Come on deck "said ho. " tho first dav
itis perfoetly calm. The gentlomdn will,
ot oourse, te noar you. l snail ftavo n
boatlnwerod down, and do you jump over -
board, and bo which gentleman will jump
after you. J will tako caro of you.
A calm day soon came, tho captain's
BUKKestions woro followed, and two of the
I errors iumncd alter the ladvinan instant. '
JlUt DCtWGCn tlio IWO IIIO auv COUia not.
". . .. . .. r . .. .
ucciae, bo oxncuy nquai iiau dccu iiicir
devotion, oho again consultsd tno cap
'Take that man that didn't jump; ho is
tho most sensible fellow, and will
you a good husband."
A Voung Lady's itcasous for not Dan
1. Dancing would lead me into crowded
roomsand Into hours, which are injurious
to health and usefulness.
2. Dancing would lead mo into closo'
cuuiuui mia vciy iruuuauuuus cumpany
and" evil communications corrupt good
3. Dancinc- would rcnuiro mo to u&o
and permit freedom with tho othor sex,
which l bclievo to bo Wrong.
4. My parents and friends would bo
anxious about mo if I were out late, keep
ing company with they know not whom.
5 Ministers and good' people in gonor
nl, disapprovo of dancing, and I think it
is not safe to set my self against thcra ;if
a thing be oven doubtful I whh to bo ou
the safe side.
0. Dancing has n had name, and I mean
to study things that arc pure, lovely and
of irood report
J Dancing is generly accompanied with
uiuiKing, aim x uo muiiiub piuuunus 'Wltli lime as before, ful iu sjr or seven
gat deal of ovll. inches of polatobi.and liwo again; repeat
8 I am told dancing is a temptation to.J th oponition till nil are stored away. Ono
. young men, and I do not wish.to have nuy bushel of lima will do for forty bushels
1 ng uo h lunuing unm; astray.
9 Dancinc; unfits tho mind for kcrious
rcllectios and prayer, and I mean to do
nothing that will estrange mo from my
God and Savior.
10 Tliero nro plenty of graceful excr
none of the objections connected with
them that he against dancing.
From Monwua India Murders.
Dirpatch to tho Republican:
St JoSEPir Oct 11
Latc,,t information from Moutan'i is to
tho cffcct that 800 Cheycnno Indians
,nado an at((ict. on til0 wincrB at ,)0 rcco1.
tly discovorcp Ureon River diggings, and Knormous Yield of llonnv
killed forty out of the pa-.ty, which was , . "8B9 llc,u
i e rn... ..,. rM, ' ;,i-. r A oorrcsdondent at St Charles Kline
the party'scaltercil, abandouiug thegr pos -
sessions. It .is also reported that She
nossloiis. It IS also rcpoil
Wind river miners havo becu
Siox. Froindy Indians havo been oou. -
polled to seek tho protection of tho near-
est forts. There aro also paiuful lumers
of the murder of small parties Soing'down
, tho Missouri. In Muckmows nothing
is positively known.
I Thorn T"a5 n snnw storm in Vtrnintnl
' f)ity on tho 20th ult.
A now guloh has been diseovercd in
Montana,and it is probable that a lurgo
amount of gold will bo .takcu out before
cold weather sets in.
From Colorado wc
From Colorado -wo have luformation
tlno auriterous galeo, mixed with ehloritlo
of silver. Tho prospocting. party is still
jinking a shaft, with confidence ofbtill
, better success.
1 , L "vahi from Salt Lake chronicles
advance tido of a heavy imuiigrutiou
' nne ,r0,m idnl ?lontano, to
life. A number
er -of mill dams and bridcos
hove hnnn nnrriiul na-iiv. The liriilffiH on
,1 1. 1.1!.. 1 1J II ....... -
mu rrauanu auu rrcucncu iuiii u uru.
gone. Several houses havO been ewepti
away, a lamuy oi six pcrsous, anu, an-
nother of three wero drowuod. Several
Lnrlica worn fnund Inline. Alftht,tf-r
bridge, on Iho Rtltimore Ohio Raijroad
: was carried awuy. r (, r i
The tooU.a'ud uiaehiuory on niauy furms
are moro injured bv exDosuro tothowea
tner tnan py tuo wear oi actual uto.
A correspondent of tho Soriro Journal
says he saw, 6n the farm a Mr. Wbeclor,
... a...-i-jJ-.h7 r. -i.i o nnrt
nf Miialcfncii tn tV.. (llilo. 3.000 pounds
of dry, and 'well granulated sorghum
suuar, manufactured bv a proccsa cf Mr.
colors, rea greet! tir yellow.
Sal-soda will bleach: one snjouful i
1 enough for n kottlo ot ctotl-cs.
' Have your stnls tor the gardens and
plnnia, or to harden ynids when sundy-
i . ..
& hui nnuvui iiuiu inur vuiirisuuii lurni-
lure Will t:iKO 9111 wutcc ispots.
A' bit of glue, dissolved in skim-milk
and water, will restore old crape.
Ribbons 01 anv kind should bo washed
in cold tntds, and not rinsed.
1 If flnt-lrnna i-a rnnt.W rt lUtt trill.
flno nalt rihil it will mako them smooth.
lfgj-ou nro buying a carpet fjr durabil-
ity, cliOose small figures.
1 A bit of soap rubbed on tho hinge of
'doors will prevent them from vroaklnir.r.
I Scotch snuff put in holes where crickets
run will destroy them.
Wood ashes and common salt, wet with
water, will ntnn tlm prunVa nf i. atnvn mul
, ' ... . .- r
i nrevant thn Kmnlcr I rum tsmn n
Cenrafoln Everv-nav Lift.
ITavo tho corirago to do without that
wntcnyoudonotneed, however uiucu our
' eyes may covet it
tiiujr vutvi ll.
for. honesty, in whatever guise it appears;
by whomsoever exhibited.
Have tlio courage to wear your old c!o-
thes until you can pay for new ones
Mbvo tho coura-'o to nreflir romliii t ami
prosperity to fashion in nil thing's.
ignornnco rnther than scok credit for
knowlcdg undor false pretences-
Huvothe couago to provido entoitiiin
monts foryonr friends within your means
llavo tho courase to tako n sootl ncus
paper, and pay for it annually in alvance
A correspondent of tno Scientific A
meriean says ho has tried tlio following
method of keeping potn toes for years with
complcto success, though in sonio instances
tnoTtuncrs wero diseased wnen taken out
0f ,0 ground. Dust over tho floor of the
bin with lime, and put in about tlx or
I soven inehes deep of potatoes, and dust
or potatoos, thoghmorO will notliurt them
tho limb rather improving the flavor than
Suicide of a Spiritualist.
A spiritualist named Rir-bard Aynrs,
commit ted suicido Saturday, in Pith-burg,
Pennsylvania, by hanging Jitmsolf to tho
balustrade of tho stairway in the .second
story ol lus residence. Ho hail lor a Ion
time nccn lauoriug unacr a k ui'i 01 mania
which led him to believe that bis body
was buwiteluid by some adverse faints.
lie threatened frequently " to di.-puso.
of his body, that his spirit might lcceivo
1 wmntj, HI, writes that "from one Mook
lM,ea.he, "s throo hundred pounds of
1 oucy in boxes and frames; worth ninty
1 dollars;" and adds "that if buckwheat
,y,e,,i "'J1"? TV -ll7 .!nl?
""e bundrod dollars, with out counting
. h.oso " "" "ado from tho stock,
' 1 1,0 secret of success was, empty come was
P"vidoU for llliuu bees, which had good
mauagcmflni ana a gooa ccason.
American. IICO liaZOltO
Henderson for the Nigger.
In tho speech of Senator iletidorsru at
Ilanpib'al tho other day. ho trusted
'negroes, wero "soon to exercise properly
'and freely tho hiehcst privilciro ol an
uovcrucrs, ccuators, oprcscuiauce anu
other civil rulers-: When negroes nro
clceled fo our General Asscmdty it is
1 possible Mr Henderson may servo another
term tn tho upper branch of Coiigiesi.
fat Louis Hopublicau.
ny's establish mcut, otic Ulilo South of I lie
tOWII of IllCCrSOll. IU tllU COUntV of oxful'd
P.nn,l rAa, t. Mn.L- ll.nn, Hovftj
,vbiiu n uy
and poudlotop. It weighs 7,000 pounds,
uo.ua vous ui wna, uuu imi...&y. .
000 cows. It is stxfoet ton incites tn dir
amoter. and threo feet 111 hciiht. It WHS
, pressed by four largo screw presses lu a.
.buildiugput up cxrofsly for thatpurposq.
It, s the Jftrucst cIieei.o iu Hie world, and
Us mauuraoturcrs warrant it cqua in uia-
- ,"" " "Y iv- -rv v
, Iiy cartful seleotion for four years, Mr,
.Ilallett, of Euglaud produced wheat, the
1.. .r l..Al. A,n:.....l 4l..u ,:.Md na
heads of which contained three times as
many grains at the originulhc.id.and that
would pioduee 6(i t igfct stalka frotn
Hints to Housfkffpfrs.
j Do every thing nt propofMinic.
i Keep everything in its plnro.
Alum and vinegar arc good to sot
' Religion That Will Wt
Lltcrff h not much solidity in'n icligiori
that will nol slnnd", tjic U:v of every day
experience. 'J.lfcro nro a gonl many pious
- as catdul of their. rili'ui.,ii n. nt- ii,:.
in-vi 'it ,
.!' H.1Vf..l)jllL'l.is .Irrr.ll.l ttwl...
best tervice of CbHin, ouly using it on hol-
idavoccaaions, for four it should get chip-
"peifitr flawed in wnrkini: - dnv wear "
n't.... . .; ...i. .i!..p . ' . -
..iitij rjiuuiua ruugiou may U0 lor S
ehuw, bt tlienf,s little fcubMsnco in it
It u not tho kind tu hut. It i.1 too fine
for use r '
ll U ino much of ilie'il't pngcrbrc.nl
Eon 'or tho gcncaali service of tnauMnd.
it can Uo little good m eyuitof One who
iludcS us not bv th'c'nxtnririr hut i
interior evidences" of csccIlcnce.Rcli"ion
to be. serviceable, must not only bo cub
stnitial, but active- It must not bo drowsy,
' . It inuit bo wido-uwrke. riinlanr. nn.l
I : rr?"
1 liBgllSil Harvests,
1 1 Advieoi from Kuropo corroborate thosrt
1 previously rcccivoM.'t'o Iho effect that tbcro
I lias bfen n partial failnrc of the crops both
i?rcat jintam uod tn, the (?r,t;nr..t
1,1 "juetico bread-stuffs havoudvan-
. ' ' lu lu'"ra"' in mo jsnginh
I com market. Tlio cauye oftho failure is
I ...iiu.v i.i
Uttrihututl to loner contiuuod hioli win.ia
1 J11"1 .,icav rm.ns- Inlreland tho damage
''"3 been particularly great, aud in some
I districts nn tilmost total destrnctiou of tho
v'r'a "ui" " iluu B'owiug, owing to the
Mi?. Mary. O. Ilalplnc;
New liampsbiie; a contriliu
lUW bkj an adventure S
...a a . .
burglar a few evenings since. Only her-K-!f
and mother wete in tho houso and it
was raining in torrents. Slio watched
wutched the operations yf the burglar
ho removed a pane of bIush and
j introduced his hand to raibo the window,
.and then thinking that the affair had
been enrrind lar ormngh, fcliC discharged
a revolver twice, droppiutr him to tho
ground. A policeman hastened to tho
spot but the burglar had escaped leaving
a pool of blood uiidcr the window.
Tho Registry law is siinnlv a sehomo
to tax the people without tlioir consent,
1. t. -11. ..t .1... ttl... .1 T. ,
'"r iho benefit of the Fletcher Rabcokc
puny, iv won imuuucu iuai incy suouni
do the votlngl hold tho.oflices, and appro
jjiiuil; mu muuuy w iiay (UUnsciVCS. 111C
pcoplu woro, only to be pcrmited to pay
tho laxoj. ,
A late number of n paper pubiished at
Corpus Christ!, Texas, says that there is
a single stork raiser on tho Nuccos river,
whoso brands now cover., over 30,00(1
hcod of cattle. They aro sold there at
!-5 per head.
"If I havo, after heath, to go cither to
bell or heaven,! Khali prefer to go 'with
loyal negroes to hell than With whito trai-
. . . i ii , .
i vur.-t to iioavuu.--jjroviuiow.
The Roohestor (N. Y. ) Union propo
ses that Frod. Douglas,", tho negro Re
miblicau stumper, bo Riven the unanimous
Radical nomination fur Congress in that
district. That would bp appropriate.
A little orphan boy iu Littlu Rock Ark.,
who has recently followed' tho trodo of
boot-black, was a few days sinc'o made tho
, owner of SI 20,000, by the will of adeccas
cd, relative In Louhiatn.
A uun in Canada has invented a liflo
which fires a hundred times in four min
utes. A wealthy gentleman, a New Hamp
shire paper mentions, who was ouco a
poor boy, is building a hotel .to, coat 70
000, ou tho spot where ho was opco put
off the cars becauso ho hadnt money
'enough to pay his fare.'
The suspension bridge across tho Ohio
river at Cincinnati, is nearly comply tod.
The total length, including approaches,
is 2,252 feet, length of main span 1,057
toot, height abovo low water, 100 feet,
Tho cables contain 500 tuns of wiiu.
den. Uustcf haij been ordered to report
duty to Lout. Gen'. Sherman at St'.'bouis.
Tt is understood that be will bb assigned
to a command in Kansas, iu accordance
witlrhis brivo rank of Major Ueneral.i
why is a restless sleeper Iik'dlli6 prov
erbial lawyer? Hecnuso ho lios'dn oncsido
and turns and lies on tlio other..
Our prayers and God,s mercy arc like
two buckets iu u well while tho ono as
cends tho otber deccildj.
A hypocrite may spin so faita thread
as to deccivo his own eyo. Uo may ad
mire the cobweb aud not know hiuucll'tu
bo the spider.
An old ludy, hoaring"r.oniohody say tho
innll. Vlm VAfV 1Vrmilr Hfllll- ill., ,..:,
, o--, -
(just so in my young days uo trusting
III the mtdst of a stormy discussion ' a
mkliiig' itiajeaUcully degan " Gcntte-
I want is common sciicc," Ex
nctly," Jcrrold intornipted;" that is e-
. Cif,d v what vou do want!" The disous
s 0n was lost uia.buist oflaUahfer,
If yon want teVnrevent neeros from, be
coming yanr judgo in the jury bwx to do
oide for you questions of law or dot; re
gister; and be ready to do it
.i.. . . ... j . .
lien, rile, who raised tno nrst nigger
tfgimout iu ihieStnto,nd who h favor of
tho negros otins, has been noniiuateJ
co.it.v 1? the tvadieaTs in t Lo.s