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HAJTB ALiBOE ASSOBIilliNT OI'.fURNI.i
) t; Wo,esisiihgf,-Tatilei; iBurontrs,''Bd-i
otaaai, unarrv ot tvofy ttocelp-iion
tallia tfurial Casej.aulCaslfete Having a.
v arals in anj paTtpf b cqiipiT. Furniture
rder. Room one Door East of thn
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A. fiCVYO E POT
. (late of tht North Amerloaj . j
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VOL. AA. '
Brick Dual for Sorelicada.
llera ia a shot from 'Brick" Pomerov's
lockeril'l'n' U$itiM?Z&M' It
takes "Brick" to exooriate Abolitionism :
"This reminds tw of a little etory.
slvle of Ecpublioans, bow do you like
Johtifon ? How do you like going out
of the Union for a President ! Xou man
does it coniparo with flat-boat stylo ?
And God said let tticro bo light, and
there was light 1 This is Bible
"And being in torment, they lilted np
theff tyWtMi law-? tfofAbTatrnfa id'tfe
bosom of Lazarus, but Andy Johnson in
the White Hocse,. Pretty picture, isnl
it, you freedom shrieking, press mobbing,
Democrat hanging, cotton stealing, wo
men rpbbinjji,, plunder. Minp vysou ad;,
vofcating,;:Dflm6ttC abusing J bsjtoti box,'
stuffing, office holding sepulchres, lull ot
nipgers bones 7
ilow do you like Iho President 1
Wouldn't you ehoko gently on Booth's
ffindpipo-.if.weretatill jliyefnBow do
you likVlltij blng into' thi "Ikmooratio
party for a horse to hitch up with your
mule ? The teed of white men shall
bruise the heed of Republicanism, and
Johnson shall be the next President.
Verily we say unto! you,-now is tho tiino
to repent ! It is a bad ti.tio for you fol
lows to swap horses whon crossing
a stream. Why don't you blaok Re
publican, wench hugging, freedom shriek
ing, law breaking Union hating, mew
be w Irpwona ft p'jjtthe
Union, get drunk and parade with foroh
es ? Stan I by tho President I The Pres
ident is the Government, you know 1
Blessed doctrine, thought divine,
But this President dodge is fine I
is a traitor. -Let the traitors be hung !
Why don't you get drunk, burn printing
offices, murder a few Democrats, throw
printing-presses into the street, stop their
newpparfij'flj pf10 WclinJ' in 01,1
bnrns and get as drunk ss'owls, as you
did whon the other President spoke
"Who's pin hrre since I'sh pin gone V
Who elected Johnson ? Why in the
thunder dun't you get out the Wide
Aiy4es,4mr dmocuOs ityeffigyj shoot
at ft$cmjjn ffiistf ojEoriv' fhcflit 'Ah ftQ(
pr fouBd down flbotl.i ig
"WSy down Sbutn In tht lanu of Brtie
Ain't that a protty little eonnf How
do you liko the "expediency" dodge f
W hy don t you cackle whon your Presi
dent lays an asrg 1 Why not colcbrate,
jvbilate, iovvstiate, operate and arid
totihilB irrigate as you "used to once V
Weak and wounded, sick aiid'aore,',
Jolmson ready elr.nds to save you,
Now this oruel war Is o'er 1
. Why don't you laugh smilo talk
Bay something, if it not to all-fired
smart? Gracious, but you fellows are
busy about now I This is your Prosidcnt.
God cove him to you. You selected him,
elected him. What's thn troublo in your
cairo.r, flup,, fjU!.jou are n wet set oi
roc Utrsxt IV aft, uw t a i n iuj t iJ V 5(i j a 't
hurt you. Wo won't mob you prison
you hang you abuse you horrass you
in bufeinecss malign you insult you
rob you and me ycu as you have for five
years us4 oft i'oii.wcd'ct ,,lfiok scary
like when you sec a roue, prison or a gun.
Get out the Wido Awukts. Call out
the loyal leagues ! Got up some Sunt-!
ry Foirs ' Appoint a few Brigadier Oen-(
oi uls. llaiso some colored troops. Turn
vour prayer meollncs into elcotionecrine
booths. Control the telegraph. Lie to
ire nation, upon your mqutns ana gut--faw
when the President spoaks. Be so-:
oialr; Punt isflt. filia wadcrjngdropg
frltrrtVvimt foireral wfcsiiiHA.eWhy:
you looked pleasantly good, joy struck
happy, angelio when Lincoln died com-!
pared to the way you look now 1 Poor
Republicans how dreadfully grief wears,'
bAVtjt.t,M1 ' nk't dw i
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A dead body was found floating in the:
Monone.ar.tla rivor, at Bell Vernon, oni
the morning of the 24th. It was ldcntt-l
fled as IfWbudvtlf Jwuiii'IitfuBaiian, who
mysteriously disappeared on the morning
ot ine oa, sna naa not since oeen nearm
. A bullet holo through his head, and a
rope around his neck, furnished unniis-j
takable proof that he earns to his death!
1T -viotenot:' n To'.tH cbtieu did io 'luiUt
been attached a weight, intended to keep)
the hndv dnwn hut "mnrdnr Kill nut "!
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and it let go its hold in tiino to let tho
body up for identification. ' :
Wary Houseman, wjfo of the deceased,
and Richard Thairwell," in tho employ.;
mont of Houseman, are the supposed
guilty parties, and havo been arrested ao-l
cordingly. otifcm lteyublican.
."They bava got up another. Freed man's
llurwan Uill in tli tloului1 - ?; r!r0r)
A frt alf TTiidKhtf. Wlkenmtirf!. an fianM.
d,ay"deIiiroyicd' the"-WHo1ousint;Ai fKrt of
the town. , LossSMU.UUU lnsuled WW,
Ibe.New.Vork-Tirruu notions that the'
President of tlie Uoitdfl States is the on-j
ly person a m smbor of Con cross oan!
abuse and villify, without aolting out of
order and incurinir rebuka,from,lhct(
Snealar. ' '--", ' v .l
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trite Pannina Railroad Cross. I
lug Ihe IslhiiuiH-Troplcftl Vcg
From Correspondence of the New York Trl-
Seeiag a lirterjrSl with our
passengers, like a rive black with bees,
ire hastened down the short 'narrow wind
ing streots of Panama to the railway sta
tion at the water's edge, and elbowed
hroueh the deoso panting erowd into
the cars, which have came seats and light
blinds instead of glas windows. The lo
fomotive shrieked and we moved out of
he city, following endless curves, slow'y
winding around loot ot bills and through
jUJtgjei toward the wmmit Df .thnarruif
neckloManil h!cbi(lile two onbodnd
ed seas. 11'lic,TnanTa'lailway''begun in
J848, was oomplctSd M'seven years, cost
ing 8160,000 por milo. Again and again
the work was suspended, fof the malar
ious, pestilent, fever breeding air poisoned
kill who treathed it Natives. Austrians,
West Indians, Irish, French, Germans,
Coolies and Chinese were successfully
employed as laborers, and to all proved
fatal. Tho forty-eight miles are ridged
with graves, and said to have cost a man's
'Ufa for every sleeper. Jamaica necroos
and whites from Northern States boro the
climate Jiew.'and TfintsWl Mlia wdrk.-
Think 6lin ibrcathibr '.jfcter. 'nanctra-
ting canetirakes, wading swamps, lighting
'noxious inscots, doduing boa constrictors,
cougars and crocodiles, constantly braving
acatn lor one two aoiiars per day 1
The road pays larger dividends than
any other in the world. It charges 825
specie for a ride of forty-eight miles, and
corresponding prices for freight. Stvcn-
eighths of its passengers and two fifths of
its otber reeeipta are trom tho California
trade; but this freight iflchidewi treasure
Estimating it by the ton, so much the
larger portion goes Southward; Tho Eu
ropean and United States trade with the
West Coast of South America is very
heavy. The British mail steamers ply
ii om Valparaiso w lanama, ana on the
East side another connects Aspinwall
The sloepors aro of licnumvitn), tho
only timber which endures the ra vices of
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uumuiu Huutauuis, fcjLiiu uuoumpunyin
telegrap Mffs ft orccnuHtJis no tim
ber cxpoil-t1rwiMie:imiUlJust more
than one year. Four ziilcs apart are (lie
"localsuperintcndar.ls" houses, of uniform
architecture, hig coiling, broad halls, deep
baloonios and piazzas around tho entire
building, and scparoto kitchens in the
rear. Theso dwellings, all made in New
York, and sent cut ready to be put to
gcther, look cool and inviting. ,Jiuch su-
perii:tenocnt is responsible for his tour
miles of road, which requires constant la
bor to keep it trom being washed awav
erunrbltd covered by he:.irrpressable
VegcRiMolI1-. iT'oa 1-m .,(- ..
Bcsido the treat art thdwolliDRS o(
native workmen and villagers little steep
roofed cabins, thato ion with tiles, grass
or oano, with walls ot sticks and plaster
They look dry and cool, but during the
rainy season tncy must admit wator like
seives, and their occupants become aqua
tio. Tho women, who celebrate the day
in clean Irocks and bits ot hncry, all
wear Panama hats like the men, Prolifio
nature has blessed them with innumera
ble babies. 1 havo scon nothing like it
save in Salt LaPiylltrJilts or on Missouri
Here is the richest
ichest, densest vegetation
in the world nn iraporolrablo tangle of
mangoes, plantains, painn, oranges ban
anas, limes, India rubber trees, and thou
sands ot shrubs and parasites new to,
Northern eyes. Here is primeval archi
tecture cnaicss cloisters, colonnadss and
bowers. Littlo vutas of green sward
raiments ot watir, runs ana basaltic
cliffs, are exceptional. As a wholo, the
Isth mtrs is a vnsl - j tingle of" tree..; eane
brulcc8,;tirtd pdr'asiteiij ' fthV -with gorgeous
flowers 'Khd brrii of 'briuiitir' plumage.
neu nun uio cocoa uui, anu soniotimcs
dazzling with tho brightness oftboorango
Monkeys and parrois ouattcr in tho
branches, wild beasts htdo in tho dinglesj
insacts swarm in tho swamps, and hu
reptiles drag their slow length along the
oosy soil, darkened by thick foilaae which
shuts out the light of the rich tropical
heavens' From branches sixty feet high,
viyoa f hub uown like nqca minglUg on
tiii caiih Jtrnwu tv-a S Jboro'k,if
euraoing nn tni nuge trunks like cork
screws. The old fact of nature and fig.
nro of rhotorio the sustaining oak and.
clinging vine mans strength and wo
man's tenderness is reversed. The trco
indeed bears the vine, but is (mothered
lu the embrace of death. The trunk of
Borne lorest kings resemble, bnge pipes of
icau, ana even me stems ot willows ate
in sections like corn-stalks and sugar-
oan0, vn.-.a-ri ml arS Ji! a-At
Hero aro rarest combinations of color
and form wild palms wi'h leaves eight
een inches long yet only a finger's width;
immense grovns ut'oultivatcd palms heavy'
wllh fruit; countless bananas uponwhioh
the natives subsist ; pulpy stalks, with
loaves, the thickness and texture of lily-
pads, sword shaped, and ton or twelve
feet in height, birds of whito, black and1
yellow, flowers or white, orange, crimson
iai sVallW BltVing-tml ftoU tut (involu
tions and tangles of greonnojs. All ia
profusion, luxury, gorgeousness, every
prospeot pleases, and only man is vile, f
Eleven miles from Panama we crossed
the summit through a natural cup 301)'
foot above the ooean. From those moun
tains one can see both the Atlantio and
Paoifio at onoe. lor several miles we.
followed the Chagres River, against whose.
muddy .'current nativos mod to pole up
-.5 '.! ui.i r'.
t;g-"- :?"-v ';
jarly rCaUfbrhia emtgrfhts in caftoes . 0 "
f Aspinwall has h :exeellei.'t hatbor,'eti
ahliriJjflrstolifas'.Btftinivrs to corns td'the
Wharf, without ferriogo. ( On., the chief
Hre'ot i al'lohg sow of wooden building,
Wrth projecting ''WoW tr sheds, tradmg
tionsca, eating and drin-klsf aloOns.-i The
motley ipopulatipn ' of less , than ono thou-,.
Band is composed of natives, Jamaicj ne
b'roes' ani Anieribiiis- AsDin-wall bwca
Its birth to the Panama Railroad, and'was-
8uroly born tod sdotr; sont into this breath
ing worjld,. scaroofhalf,, made up. ,. Sur-
rounucd nd,irjtcrsectcd by stagnant pOQls,
woi'er ufU for drinking or cooking with,
our distilla'tion, air close and malariou..
lirotchedest1, iho.t repulsive icity oC faot
or fiotion, not exception Cairo in the days
nf Martin ChllKxlfiwiL
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The Worklnc NnnJ
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n i$ the noblest ma8 of ..whom our
free country' can boast; Whether at tho
workshop or at Ihe plow,'; Vou find him
the sumo N noble -hearted, ree arid indo--
pendenf being, ' ; And if there is a man. in.
society upon whom we look with esteem
and admiration, it is the independent,
sober working man.' 'We cafe not wheth
er he, bo farmer, mechanic or common In
borer whether his toils sre endured in
workshop, the field, or tlio .-coal uiine ;
whether, his home is in lha backwi ods or
tho neat cottog6 our ad niration is the
same.' ' What a happy picture l)e pro
sehfs j' what a reward for his labor, who.
by his unaided exertions', establishes for
himself a rcspeotable poaition in society;
wno commencing in poverty, by bis skill
arid os8idity, surmounts every .obstacio,
ovoieomes every prejudice, and finally
succeeds it forming a character whose val
ue ia cohanoed by those 'who come nAdr
hitn, (..Sugh amunwo prile as tbenoblcst
work ot winch human natare is capable
the highest production she tan boast'.
And let it be borno in mind by the young
working man just entering upon the stngo
or aotivo ine lot it over Uo at the loan
dalio'ri and o tho moving spring of all
his 'efforts -that this situation he must
strain every nerve to attain. It can be
attained by all. Untiring industry - and
virtuous. amhition never fail to fiod their
reward. They never yet woro exerted in
vain, and novarwill he while honesty and
justice find a homo InMho human brcist.
It was remarked by an eloquent writer,
mai uio working man who had no in
hentance but virtue is tho solo king
among men, auu tuo only man among
Proverbs by Josh Billings.
Don't swop with ynnr relashuns: unless
you am aitor to give them the big end of
me iraoo. marry young and ifcircum
slaneesrequire it, often. If you can't
get gcoa clothes and eddicution too, git
the clothes. Cultivate modesy, but
keep a good stack Of impudence on hand.
Bee chsrituble three penny cent pieces
noo iuuuo on purpose, it costs more to
borry than it (tots W buy. It a man flat
tera yoq, you oan kalkelato ho is a rouge,
oi you uro a mie. Keep both ize open
but don't see morcn harlf you notis.
; If you itch for fame; g,i into a piutb,
ybri and goratoh VoUrself ngaihBt a tame
ttono. ' Sin ie like ' weeds selfsonc and
sure to oonm. Two lovers, like two armios
generally git along quietly until engaged.
Boysj When approaching near to manhood
slnw the least affection, tho most lovo of
lOasing, the groatest .destructiveness, the
most sciusnncis ana ooldheartedncss; just
as tho coldfluss anddurkoass of the ninhl
increases wb-fold jdst .' before . the rising
ui uio sun. yno tin now over water falls
caught in nets f. Afiah could nat be an
omblem ot justico. lie bus unequal scales
JScarlet and yellow are both very good
colors for. dress, but bad ones for fevers
It is sain that "a fool and his money fire
soon parted f Men of conius seldom rart
with that oorumodityand lor thn best of
reasons. - A man may be said to know
thdronghly only what ho can correotly
oommunicate to others. The editor keeps
t)io world's Day Ijojkj the historiaa koops
m ; - . r- i . ,, i t', . ,
General Grant was in Baltimore recent
ly accompanied by Representative Wash-
burns' ot Illinois.' Ho drove a pair of
very, uno norses irom wasntngton City,
to Baltimore, a distanee of fortv miles in
five hours, and ''smoked" all the way; It
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it, upuauu iiiui it asuuurne weut io take
chargo of the horses. ' . . i ,
5 'ilhe-editor of a qcw paper in Nebraska
begins his introductory 'artiolet wilh Ihe
fpllowins scntonooi "The obioot In li
.in he establishmeot df this papor is tho
proounog ot moans wucrowith to .buy
bread and butter and good plothes."
,'f It is stated that thcra is a postofBoa in'
ilcDonough jounty, 111., through which,
only two letters pass each quarter. ' They
oonift of tho oorrcspondenoe between
tha.' Pustrbastor and the Department. :
Tho lost I letter to that DOpartment an
nounotd tha Posttaastor's Adhesion to the
President's polioy. . t' :ivv,-; ?1
i. The estate of M. P. Potter, lata. editor
of tha Oinoinnati Comuioroinl,. txoeods
8000,000 ni value. (;
The Chicago Republican save that the
majority of the people "do aotsoetain the
President, bot Trject his policy and feel
no confidence In him."'-'loess not;''
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Observance of the (Sabbatb-i
i iu;i,i.--.v!i,rtA AM
, Tht Sabbath' has always been regarded
ts a day of rett, by all IQiojal eommunf ties.
It is a day set apart by the Author of all
things, to be.ktpCbqly and saored to hit
cause.,., Evn if you have no regard for,
or belief in, a supreme Ruler, self respeet
arid a dcco'ht regard for community, ought
to! primipt you .toi refrain ,6otn: labor ;n
the, Sahbath, ; Few, who have, opt made;
Its special.' point of . bpservotion, know
how much the observance cf thift dayjios
to ao -witn restraining the voung-rrom
ncc, immorality anddiasipatleni! 1 hoiiab-i
oath-breaker ;is not alone. injured, but his
example ts 'eiicd by all apologisers for sin.
Look back t.Viodgh tlie long catalogue of
crimes,! and you will find that a great
majority i oi criminals commenced their
sinful career by improper edndubt on that
day. ir. Why will -you . not 'btop -to (hibk
thai Sabbath-breaking is a dangerous
thing at best, and generally leads to fatal
results I Whan you onco break down
tbo moral and rclegious barriers that the
Sabbath throw! around yon, you are pr
pared to enter opou almost, any deed of
vice. ' No aotoiirais Sabbath-breaker is a
moral man ; while those who observe that;
doy is a day pi rest from earthly things,
and as a day of spiritual communion with
God,' constitute tho moral and Christian
element of the world. Persons who make
it a point to do certain kinds of businosB
und lubor cn'tbq, Sabbath day should all
be 'marked by community, and kindly
urged to refrain from that sin against Und
and man. : Sabbath breaker, it this should
corrio to your notice, remember that not
only man has seen you broik the Jawa of
God, but1 thai Eye. which never sleeps
saw you commit the same crynd, and fe-
c6rdod it in that Book bywhich the
w'loli world shall be judged. '.fion hor
rible will bj the (colings oT the guilty bn
that day, when they will see' in'goldeo
letters the command which.' they now
disobey, "REMEMBER THE SAB
BATH DAY TO KEEP IT, IlOLY'.','
Wadtuiortlk Enterprise. ' ' u '.1.
Artciuns W aul Insures his Lire-
1 kum to the kouolusion lately that jifc
war so onsartain, . that the .only .way for
me to stand a lair. chance with oilier folks
was to git my life ensured, -so I called1 on
the agent of tho "Garden Angil Life In
surance Company ;" and answered tho fol
lowing questions, which war, pu,t, to ruo
from the top, uv a pair of spies, by a
sleek nttie man, with as fat an old belly
on him as eny man ever had :
1st. Are you a mail or femail f, If
so, state how long have been so f
2d ' Are yon subject to fits ; and if so.
do you have more than one at a time : -3d.
What are your fighting w&ight!
- 4th;' Did you ever have any ancestors,
and it so, how muchr
' 5th. What is your legal opinion of
the constitutionality of Iho ten command
6th. Do you ever have cny ncight
maret r '
' 7th. Are yru married or single,' or
aro you a bachelor f . . .
8th. Du you believe in a future state?
If so, state it.
'; Oth. What are your private sentiments
about a rush on rats in a bed can it be
did successfully f ': ';' '
: 10th. Have ycu ever committed sul
side, and if so how does it affect you t
' After answering the above questions
like a man in the oonfirmili, the sleek lit-
tie Cat old man, will gold specs on sed 1
was insured tor nto, and probably would
remain so lor a term ov years. 1 thank
ed him and smiled won uv my most ben
Tho Civil Rifibts Bill.
1 We clip the following from the v"ash-
mgton. Constitution : . . v ,
"Equal Rio uts. About noon yester-,
uuy iwo jai, i! rea)y -loosing, two hundred
pounds 'colored ladies,' evidently cooks
iur some oncap restaurant; got into one
of the street ears at the Capitol, asd the
scots all being oocupied hy. ladies And
genllemen, they, the ftarkey women, be
gan to turnf up their noses and throw out:
slurs about .'white trash,' and finally'one
ot nem caned ii;'Lonductor,i i want you
to get ua seats, oe same as do odor passen
gers wo so pooples, we ain't dogs. ,Thel
Coduotbr polltoly informed' them that bv
tho lime the car got to Four-and-a-half
street there would bo seats, as most of
thoipaeeoDgcra were bound to DootofSun-!
dorlands- Church ).-but' for the pcsent
then) was no room.. . The largest negress
then shouted, in her warmest strain, with,
anger depioted in cyery lineament of her
douatenanoo :" 'Wo am jist.as good as'
any ob dc whito trash riding in dis yer
ktarewe ain't dogs, and we want seats
jtu it same as do. whito -wonienw and if
do while trash was gemmen dey, would
git up and gjve a Wy a seat, and if I
can't git a teatTiwi gwan to git out. Mr.
Conduotor, stop do kenre, stop de.keare
wp'se not gw'ah'i'o' rrd? wid'stoh trash.'
The.wen'oho's" lustrc'd,' ''their sweat jr and
aromadc -persons out of the oar,1 much to
the1 gritifipntion of the passenger bound
to Doctor Sunderland's Church. viTht
last been .of. f the two .wenohoe they trere1
peering down toward tha Capitol for an
other car.. Moral The equalization bl
color la no' more relished by the' Aboli
tionists of -Dootor Suntforland'a' Church
than the most radical anti tegro worthip
tre In our land. The negroes will sops
barn their . position, , as , water) finds- Us
lel"'.- .f; ,.-,'. '.V
' '''' ta ' s-:l j'i"" ,yM
A lYouderfal PUonomenon A
' Han who can Hppp Avrako as
- Long as lie Pleaaea. t i " '
,'' .v ' " '. w er fan.
, 1 ,- ;:. " " . Jit'', , r r
' .. ,.. .. ' 8TABKvatji, Ap'rjH,18M.
Editor t'vViife'cV Spirit of tho Times i"
iSl.n r.fbe following very strango, ana
anomalous circumstanpe has juBttransnir
ed in out community. ' r',f)aT)rio Kilia,
BflftrariMung..; j-g)H.tinjilrttia' had;
frequently tcmaiked that he could sit hp
three woeks without, any material detri
ment to his '.health ; and that after IhV
expiration of that time' ho .could g6 to'
sleep, and sleep without waking until the
loss was made up. . He was led to belio've
this fact frotq experiments oa a smaller
scale, In the. early jjart of February he
sold out his store and invested the oapl
tal thus raised in a fam, which 'gave him
leisure and in compliapce with the wishes
of several scientific irentlemcn.' ha berfan
nn th e 1 1 th dayof February to abstain from'
sleep. . Uent'cmen sat up by turns to sat
isfy" themselves of his- strange- faoulty;
and to preclude all possibility' of 'being
aoousM of momentary 'snatahes of, elcen
ho would read audibly all night .long and
. 1- .' J a J..- iL. .1 !
Keep ll s leet punpg mo uaj. r waioneu
all tho whild1 at his own: request.'. Ho
would comment in a clear, forcibly and.
intellectual wanner upon what he read
dcploritrg the .beartloesness of t'lagp,.
laughing at the: inim table drollery, and
humor ot the ."Army straggler," ,&o,
Qo the 16th dayof Mareh,. at the urgent
solicitation ot irieodSf be went to sleep
for the first time, and did, not wake until
the ninth :dav of the' present month -i
He expressed' the opinion that he ooujd
stay awake a year,' and ,theo sleep in por.
portion without injuring hircosBtitutian,
He never gets sleepy, nntil he elopes his
eyes and resigns., njuaelf to iluuiber, at
wbiahtime ho gets asleep almost instant)
ly, without regard to the noise or excite
ment around him , There are many cu(
rioue facts connected with, his case, vrhic
might intereiji ,the readers of your,valua.
ble paper; but at Doctors Edmund, ,Wil
lis,, and jordon,. are , preparing .for the
prestan elaborate, statement nf their ex
periments and discoveries, I, desist.; ,
' . Your.?, very truly,- . . 't :
.. i ' RICHARD L. DANTE. :;
"' NEWS ITEMS'. " X
' ' . . ,i
'' A national Cemetery 'is to be establish
ed in tho vicinity of l tattle field of
Cedar MouniuihfVirginhi.Ii; -t -I.
, - . ,?.. . ..
During the last' two months, 22 deaths
occurred in New York from starvation',
27 from drunkenness, and there were 10
'. The stallion trot on Fashion course be
twecn California horso Patch Jr., and
JNew Kork horse Vanoerbilt in mile heal
best 3 in .5,!. for 81,500, was won by the
vamornia norse in tnree Btratgbt beats.
i':.M o.oni o.oa o.ot!i
XJIUU, A.UUf, .OV, J.
' A little boy in Providence committed
tuioido from excitement at toeing a cir
cus. tneer.- .. ; -.)
.A man was coisone'd'at Peoria, recent
ly, by drinking a glass of something sold
to people under a circus psyllium.
A farmer plowed up a shell near Fred
erlck, Md , and was initaotly killed by
iKa ..rloinn I' . .
An old negress named "Aunt Biddy,"
died at Macon, Georgia, last week, aged
- - t
Washington correinond'.nts of v Hew
York papers say with confidence that tho
senalo will so overload the reconstruc
tion plan with amendments that an issue
with the House Will be ereatcd and the
matter go over till next session. . "
' The fire at the Acadomy ot Music in
New York was most disastrous. : Two
firemen are supposed burned. . The val
uaoie wardwrobea m the building were
destroyed. , The losses are supposed, to
oxocca si,5uuxuu. . 1
.A Republican journal says the Repub
lican party is a progressive party. Be
that as it may, some Ropubliean office
holders are progressive in the matter of
atealintr.' ' '? f-n.-fMs
'. On Saturday, at Sandusky, a negro by
(no neme'Ot ifornson shot and killed an
other negro by tho name' 0 Taylor. r
' A lady was asked the othor - day why
the ehose toiive a single life. . Sho . re
plied, "Jicoause I am not able to support
a nnsnana. ,
- t i ... ; - .
A thirty three feet black .spake was re
cently killed near Carrollton. Illinois.
Suioido is common and increasing in
Vienna cause, love and want oi money.
A gentleman. .in .Nashua. N. H.. be-
oamo a widower on Saturday, a mourner
on Sunday, a procurer of a wedding eer-
nuoato on Monday, and k newly married
nan on Tuesday.; ; There's enterprise for
Mr. Pike, of Cln'oinnali, has proposed
to the oitiieni-to robuild the dnera house
lately burned if thev will subsotibo J 150.-
000, whioli is to bo returned in liakets of
admission to tho' Optra.. A meeting of
oiutens' tiaa Deen held and tha proposal
was favorably fceco'ryod. I .' , -(
It is conviction of the Louisville Jnnr-
nal that if the Northarr people shall treat
tha Southern people at "frea and cqutl
eitiiens, and not oonvicts," they can eas
ily oa attached to the Government and
the 8juta he thereby Iranquilised.- , -But
thenj -wiU.the Republioao party bo bar
potuaUd ! . That's Uio.quostlon. : ,
Bu.sine3i nrff8lyTlnii tr 1cbbo
Adminyirf1rT',xjorDd qu. 3
. diana' NotTon," T'." ' SjOl
AllEdito-ialaDd LoxANotldea, pt ,
lino. ?..5,vVv.' t-"t ' J "
. Sar.AdrortuepienlB J-eadcd.jpr.iertl
Column adteirJieJifcl?iWTjfehaigd JO '
per cent nl adjiljon to lhe aboto.
- " :rrrxr.T --. '.'n Tr
ibe littlo tax of. onj, cen.1 Qtfbn
box of matches-produced last year in th
Chie JnsVieV' 6Usl U'itAd restive c
"Ihe Presidential itchttWat than any one
I? ifeMate! flflt hi rmmTirfat!oD K- :
to.tho United, 5tatcs",Hii8 year will reach
nearlv mOOtf;-1-" r) " -U "
SEND PtPTT -eENT8 AMD GET A 'BOTil
tie ofPlugBr'i EUiitoleua),whiiB..wllI,
eradioate all kinds of Oreace from tht Sneat
to the ro rsert Cloths, and.w.MI eTeanJKItT'
Olovta bf one ppliai()p. V6al imateafe.
' 'l " i4",,"H'-TlNfiItBr. t'I
; .iioxQiQTj,ayi p.iUlorriaburgFi, flj ,
' i-W;-'"jv ti Tl 'C E 5 iB-V" '
NOTICE is hefeby1 (riven th'itf'fhi1 mdtr
,aignedbasbMn duly Jtpootaleol an)
qualified Adminlstrntor de bonus on of the
estate Of Hugh CarT, deoase'dlaU of Iferrr'
tAWnship, Anhlamd!oaulyt'lkivti r til
Yn rtmsuATtcE opiAN,ofn)Eii op trrif
X Coart-of Aiblaud Coiiaiy.'Okiow
the case of B. Jones, Ouardian of John J.
and Anaa M. Smltir.ihinWarJaijUa.'UBoW "'
signed WH. snJJW,, ,..,';;;?r '
at t o'olock J St. on. the premises, ffier at
Pubiio Salo tha following described "real as
tiata.sltuatei isi. Aefabmd CoontjObio, t-V(l
the. two nndivded iuh, part QC.the fast -bait
of lot number fifty two'rjiZ,) In Andrews
adilliion to flie- tOTTu "fc Ahland,!d.aU '
Count jr. wth Ih,ajpurtenanc5 .therannto be.. "'
longing. "''1- -"-
1 1' ernia f ' 6ale,noa kaTf eaeh tmiht if
of aali), and, (he other hlf injoye jear frois .
the day of tale', te be sec are! by mortgage
at the'pftmiatl antd.-aad to au baartalat
ihe rota (it. fl see centum per annnm, pap .
annually.' Appraised at Si8T.8l. ' "J
I, .. . J.-u; JliMCELiutiaTdlaa of "l .
.olm J . an4 nna, jj, tfmUh
an i in i
' il 1 'Bttslne'si'Meii1 Watitjedf'"
, first elaaa National and, gaored Engnkr .
vines, includipg Lbpooln and hi. Family,- .
Price W Artist's Proofs 19;ceend MJ.
lehem, iho-oaly ma aiaoli- for Bartala'f
Christ Blessing Little Children. 'Notice roll ,
description in Editorial column. - In deeigtt
snd.execution they are unsurpassed. Bale
Immense'. Forfurtlier information anddetdt'
W Territory, apjSly lo .'.i .i- .-
. R. H Curbax, Publitherind Wholesale
Dealer in Books ami Engravings. "'25 Momt
men I Square, Croreland.Qhlo. in-(IwA i
c COAL LJUTD FOR tTJtUt
; j l' ' i hi 7-7, f. -
TTTR undersigned has some to Ihe conclu
sion to sell his farm he Sow Itvea Ott,
simate in Knox town.'hip, HnfmesCoanty, 0.
Theie la 200 acres In said farm, 16Qeltre4
and under good fence, Hoasea Barns and Or
chard, watered with 'springs; Intra ia Hist
different veins of Cf al, there ia one Bank
open and in good order,' another will be
opem in a few days.: ,1 wiUnall any tlma.a.
til ihe first of September. For furl her par
ticulars inquire of - -.--
!-' ..-."i!:.iVI-;r :vJ.3LA8aQ.l ,
. no45 8r. , , . ' .
- -.ii.. Kttf. SHEPARD if '
XTTOHLD RESPECTFUILY ANNO0NCB
y to the Public that aht hat moved her
Millinery Establishment to tht Rooms for
merly occupied by AloCornlek s Maion, ae
door West of tha Town Hall, Ashland, Ohio,
where she is reoelving a'larg Sunk f '- '
- JttlLIiIJfER V COODB"
of all kinds and of Ihe rj hlttt dtyleS
whioh the wiU dispose of at vary low figure.
Also it prepared to do Millinery work of all
kinds, Including Dt at and Cloak Maklng.J
GivemaaeaU. ' . - ,; L. e '
Ashland, April 18, ISAMfitf j
WANTED! Agents. Male and Female' Si
;5.to.$t, ittTntfltbtoeell t .Cel
ebrated . ..n - . , ..
Common Sense Family Sewing Ilaonlsjk
" This Machine will do all kinds of work
equal ttthehighieed Maohleee, and Is the
ony practical. an4 feHlt.Vor BtwiBj
Machine in Ihe world. Bend for descriptive)
circulars. Addres-i".vRlJCOMB Jt CO.,
PHoerp.I TJffiee.'NoJ 1 Caetto " KonaS Wew.
CUeaorin,is,, U n,-,;, M'W; t
1 1 -. DissotatiorU Notice, o V' "
mH3 Ooptrtberahib haretotore ttlitiaibe-
l Iween Mason A, KellJa, thipi 4y dja
toTvedb mutual coneeat.
... ' JOHN H. KELL.
P. 8 The work dost by the above ln
aad Botflellveied, illb ttllvored byjohli
Sell, Peraone knowing thtoaeUoa ladenlti
to thla firm will oall and aettlt tht aama.
May 8, 1866-4W-V "l ; .l.' ( H4l
ftmf mttott Coaipauif,
Jamh Capital, 9QOO,OOOi
IHE 6BCVRI.TI INBURAKCB.MPtrT
NBTf. -YORX -ACCIDENT A;L ISSi C'DW'T,
, No. 141 Broadwar,' New York, for rnsu.
hi against ACCIDENTS 6? ALII KINI8
CASH OAWlAtai h-r (i-i 250,00(1. .
The MOnwytRB JJro tnlawb ins. ca
ft rne?ib vt. , y,,j
' ir. JOSES. A'geni; Aihland',0,' .'
ittment. .Vai:'T -v,-.; J