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TIo Holt County Sentinel. Not Ilr an Inch is meant an Inch down Ihe column, which will embrace twtlro line, of sullil fvnc of this site. mm AT lie A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER TRRM3! SUSP PER MKUM. tT When subscriptions expire, we place anX ner the name on ihe paper, If subscriber, do not then renew, we take It M evblenco that thejr to not wish the p)r longer, and drop their lianiearromtlielliti Hie Job Department ol Ihe flixTlxiL estab lishment la welt suimlled Willi Iho late style, of lyne, and Job lTlnlfngof any ordinary charac ter will be turned out on abort notice, nnd at the most rcasonabfa. ratea. Local Business Directory. One llicli, three months, ,,, f A at) one Inch, six months, ,,, 7 M One Inch, one rear. In nn Two Inches, three months, ,,,, 7 M Two Inches six rtimiha, 10 00 Two Inches, one year IS 01 Unc-foiirth column. thre months 13 co One-half column, three months, til 00 One-half column, six months, ,,, 43 On One column, one year, POM Advertisements rr a shorter livrlou than three months, tl Ml rhr first Insertion. ruillS A. KIiIPPEL, Editor and Fublishor. OFFIOIAIi PAPER Oi? CITY AND COUNTY. r TERMS (31.50 por Annum, invariably in Advanoo cents for each ailillllnnal Insertion. Legal advertisements, the rates aro the time as llxi'd hy law. VOLUME X. OREGON, MISSOURI. FRID'AY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1874- NUMBER 10. Kj-speciai rates to regnisr advertisers. Vlinrcli Directory. "Not forsaking Ihe assembling of ourselves together, aa the manner of aomo la." Man, Oi M. Mi r. Chnrtli, O. William. l'aator. Preaching on the 1st Sabbath of each month, morning and evening, anil every Sunday night. Bumlav School at V A. M, Prayer Hireling every Thuraday evening. All are cordially Invited. CllltlftTIAX IIUltClf, Wm. A. Want Iter, Paatnr. Preaching the roil r Hi Lord'aday ot each month, at II a. M, and 7130 P. M. Social meeting at 11 A w., and Sunday School at 2i 80 r. u. of each I-ord'a day, Uermnn ST. I'., tluireli, It. Ftegenbaum, Pastor. Services, In tho lorcnoon of every Nab bath. Sunday School at OA. u. Prayer meet ing, Wednesday eye, at early candelightlng. frrabytcrlnn Omrcli, J. 8. MrClung, pastor, I'rcaclilug dvcry sabbath morning ami vvcnlng except un the first Sabbath or each luoaUi. Sunday School every Sabbath morn Ing, Prayer meeting every Wednesday ceen Ing. Strangers as well aa citizens arc cordial ly Invited. PIMtctleaj. Oregon Lodge, No. ISO, A. F. ft A.M., meet tit tfnnday and 3d Saturday In each month. Holt Council, Ko. IS, n ft 6. U, meets the Jib Tueadar In each month, Key Stone Chapter meet) Uic 2d Tuesday In wich moath. 1. O, O. F. Oregon IOdgo. Ko. M, meets every Wednesday evening, Kncauipuieut No. 4.1, tho first rrlday and third Monday of every month. Mound City Lodge No. S!M, A. F. A M., inreta Saturday an or before the full inoou of each mouth, and each Saturday nlgbt two weeks thereafter. Ollvo llranch Lodge, No. 424, I. O. G. T., tnects every Saturday evening at the Court House Members from other Lodges In good standing livllrd to a seat In the Lodge Crnlg Lodge, No. w-van, i. o. o. v.. 1 meets every Saturday 'nveninir. at Odd Fel lows' Hall, All brethren In good standing arc Invited to atlrnd. II. 1). HIUIMONI), N. O. W. F. 'J'AYLoa, Sec. WILLIAM IIAW'KINS, Publlo Admlnlltra. tor, Notary Publlo ft Ileal Estate Agent, Xrlck lllock, Oregon, Mo. JAMES UMBIRP. ATTORNEY AT LAW, OmCI IH COURT TlOUSE, WITH PBO JBATE JlJDUL'. I'rompt attention given to all business eulrusted to his care. GiuO T. W. & John B. Collins, Ileal Estate Agents Orovroji, Holt County, Mo. Invite those who desho to buy or selllamlto vivo them a call. They hatti at this time over 80110 seres of un Improved lands In tho county fur sale, and sev eral good farms, T. W. Collins will give special attention to ttio practlei of law, and Mill attend promptly to mi) ami ul) buslues In that linn wfilrb lnn be ei frtisU-d to him, oaico, oier Post Onlce In llrlck Mock, Oregon, llrjU. county. Mo. ii, a. ddtf. J. W. BTOKI& 'mm stofces Attorneys & Counselors-nt-Lnw. Will praetlee law In nil the Justice Courts of lloltcnuiity. ami ullCouils of Kurtlmest Mis souri and adjuiulng counties. Promjit attention given to collections and pay ment or taxes or non-residents. All business entrusted to their care will re ceive Immediate atlcntiun. Office North Bids Publlo Square, Over Henry Btcr rett'i Store, Oregon, Ho. 40J-1 J AMsFOSTElir .tto'riKs.y tit Xjiiw ' OREGON, Missouar. Having re-located In Oregon. Holt county, where, he resided and practiced law ror mow llinn tn'i-ntv.tlvi. vcirs. hi. take this inetbnd ol' Inrormlng his old friends Unit he has opened n Law Olllce In Oregon, on the Last Side of tho I'uuiio emuarc, wnere no can iieuii)- uipuid i found, lie will practlco in all thu Courts ol Holt and adjoining Counties All business in trusted to his cam will be promptly attended to Ami hn linnes be cIdmi) attention to business to merit n share or jmblls patronage. Inference i All the old settlers of Holt, and HCqualnlaucca elsewhere. .i-j ip HENRY BIIU'ITS, Attorney at Law . Office, Knst Bide Publlo bqusre, uregou, aiissuuri . uji Daiiki, 7.0OK, Oregon, Mo. TiioMAa II. PAnmsii St. Joseph, Mu. Zook s&c l?jnrili.. Attorneys & Counselors at law Praetlee In all tho Courts of North West Mis souri, North Kast Kansas, Southern Nebraska ami western iowu. I'rnmiit uttentlon slven toall Uusluess entrust ed to their care, ami if dial altentlon given to Loiieciioas, o) X-i. It. KllOWlOR ATTOBNEY-AT-IjAW, Associated with II. VanllusVIrk, Oregon, Mo Will attend to all business Intrusted to Ida cure, 38yl WM, WILKINSOM. J, M. HCKKIUUT Wilkinson Si McKnight, Attorneys and Counrjolors-atXaw. OFKOB NOItTII BIDE PUBLIC 8QTjE OUEQOH, MISSOUBI. X Will practice In all Justice Courts of Hdi rourl. Prompt attention will bo given to all uusiuess euii ii.vcu iu wen v.... 4lyl HOTHL8. West Shk Puiiuo Squahe, OHEQON - MISSOTJBIs Alwara onen for lha accommodation of the ''uo'oft'VaniJ Livery Stabta at hand. 0 A l'UTElt TWSSALI,, 1'hop. 1 Qregon Rs'tfse, ORKGON, MlBvUll(? JO. JC. COTTMlElVL, M'top. rrHUS House Is looatedonOblock Westof the 1 North-West cornet of tho Publlo Square, on Nodaway street. It has recently Ven re fitted and Improved, and Is now a flrst-class bouse. The fable will be furnished with the best that can be had , .. . rl... ft.Av.llnv iiubllA U rnstiectfullv luvltcd lo coma ud Iry the New ilouse. Charges 'nU1. Oo'od BampU lloomi' furnished IMmft Nrf... .M.. tfi.,a.f u.iiiuii .... . , or Wines, Lliptore Malt Drinks ami t'l rara, constantly kept on hand. Que door north v .rv,.u llllllov.l D..lnA All tlnil- $100,000 TO J&0.1.V OA' Improved Farms N IOWA nnd MISSOUItl for n terra of years at io mit cent iJiTr.nr.8T. For full particulars, addrcaa UKU. W. FHANKAlUtlllOW' Hankers, Corning, Iowa. Applicants In Holt county may apply to SOyl T. 0. Di noam, Oregon, Mo, 1874. Omalia& St.Louis Short Lino a? EC 32 hm Oily, SL k 1. L Is the Only Line To St. Louis, .liul the East, From O ni a li a lA'It THE WEST. NO CHANGE OF CARS llctwccn OMAHA and ST. LOUIS, nnd but one between Omaha and n W YORK This Is Ihe only Line running a Pullman SLEEPING CAR i:ast iho. o.ii.tii.t. On Arrival of the Union Pacific Express Train Passengers Taking other Homes have a dis agreeable Translvr at Hi" ltlcr station. SPtissengGr Trains Dnilv. rniip.hiniv nil astern & Western Cities Willi Lets Changes A In nilvnneo Of Oilier j.im". 'Ibis entire line Is iiiiiliuied with PuIIiiihii I'tlltlCC ilVC'llillR Curs, I'iUntt! Hay Coitclies and CJitiir Millor'a Eafoty Plutforin Coupler, ami Tin: ci:i.i:ititATi:i WoHtiiifflioiiKoVii'XtruIce Sin". THAT YOflt TlCKLTS ItlJ.Ml via y i Tfi l a mrinr run r 3lA1DAO j 1 1 , hi, eJUiti iV COUNCIL BLUFFS R R. VIA OMAHA AND ST. LOUIS. IrA.TIekets fur sale at all Ciiimnn Ktallnns In tiiu est. j. r. itAitAiti, (leu. bupt. bt. Josrpli, Mo. A. v. iiau'i:n, Cell. Pusscnger Agt. hi. Joseph, Mo. Juu7 Wyl Favorite SHORT ROUTE TO A CI, l'ltl.VCIPAI, I'd I. IS East! HIE "OLD RKUA1H.E" & rOPLLAlt HIM .: i .;, I Rail Road Line. THRO-' EX.Pft.ESS TRAIH3 i'iniv,r.(iiiijtit'ii wun siiiiifr's i ru n? ni ntiici) I'lutfimn, Coupler A IhUU'r.A the ctJcbruti-O WESTINGII0U6E PATENT AtU BRAKES The moat jurfict jirottcllonngiiliiei iieciiUnt In NEW and KLEfiAXT DAV tOAHIKS, ll' i li li j'.iu.i 14.YI.1 yi rill.I.MAN l'AI.ACK M.lHIflNti 'AttS AUK HUN Tlinol'dlt ntOM IIA.VSAS CI'lTf In QUINCY, GALESDUUG, MEN- uuia unit C M I C A & without as won. Also, a dully ,1.1 ik t'f i'ulluiaii's 1'alacc Slioiilug t'ars FltOM ATC1IIHON AND ST. JOHl.l'lI TO JACKSONVILLE ttndfirHnUlFIELn New anil KlcKimt Dixy Concliek 1IAKHAH CITV to l.MI.ArOMS nnd CINCINNATI without cir.r.vtiji. Through Tlckots for sale at all the Principal Otttces. FA It I'. AI.1VAYH AN LOW AN IIV A XV Hum i;. IlAGOAUi: CIIKCKIH) TllilDI fill TO riii.Lii-.M, i i)i. in. To aecure all tho iiiodern Iniimtcinent! Itauwuy iruuiinti m i.r. J.ti".' ... ..-- - the Uiiimlrsl A til. J our jili Hliurl J.lim ' Quyicy Route, Avollin all Transfers, Firilm and Changes lV ol uurs. T. ii:5rriEi.i, i w, townj:, Uen'l 'ticket Agent. lien'l bup't aprie-w-isj MI 00K. noitT. UONTUOMKIl ZOOK & MONTGOMERY, AND ItlSl. tJITATi: aoi:ntn, OEEGON, MO. Loan Money, Buy Notes, Pi aw Drafts on Prln cipai uiues, collection jnuiie, j-ay i axes forNon-Itealdcnts. Loans negotlatedll on Ileal listuto, and lnveslinents mado on favorable terms. In terest allowed on time deposits. 20' 1 nn. mtnnK'R wink tip Taii lias restored many persons wno now ueen uuuuie to wora ror yea AMATEUR JOB PRESS Till! HI'sNT IN THIS CJIKAl'IMT For Prlnteri, Drogglitif Boiiaeii Hon and Boy ICtf lioo'ra -1, feuu liultJiuff, N i t Y )!? tl k. fit DP-SKCIOlsraSIjIil Barljor and Hair Cuttor, OUKGON, MISSOUIU, Mr Ilarber filion l Inrated on West flliln ot ntjio Rmtnrc. Oren-mi. Mo. In connection with my bnrber shop, I keep Constnnllvon hand the best irradra or elirara. iii who inimige snniiiu avail inemsiives or ne tnuioruiniiy oi caning Bl my sianu. Stf JOHN LILKIl. mm FACTORY FLOURINO ill ILLS. ONE-HAIiP MILE BAST OF OREGON, MO. Having within the Inst eight months mmlc many Improvements In Iho machinery and pow- r of our Factory, thereby gnally Increasing our facilities fordoing work, arc now pre pared lo manufacture ninny kinds of Woolen Goods. Wo Make a Specialty of WOOL CARDING, OtOTH WEAVING, . BLANKET WEAVIHO, YAItK SHNNINO AND MANnFAOTURINO OT IXANNEL'QOODS, JEANS Q00S3, SABSIMEBE AND OTHER KINDS OF WOOLEN O00D3 OF EVERY ORADE. t)tol)Cit JJvicc Pnit for lUooI. WOOL TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOll FA Ills AND WIN TER GOODS. OUR GOODS A FIR DlSfOSCD tv.T VaOl-U.PVUt; f tUSt Mnce the nppllciillun of our new sltiim inglne onr l'lonriiig Mill is doing udinlrable work. As wo have steam tip evirv dny, we aic fully prepared lo do a largo niiionnt of (iUI.Nl)IN(l both for ourselves and CHSTOMKItS. Ilrlng along your Wlicsit and Corn ml get your grinding dune w Illi lis. Keep constantly on hand three grades of lloiir. Wheat, (Urn, Wool and C'ordwood taken In xcliiingc for (ioods, Flour, or unythlngln onl ine. " KUNKIII. HltOS. ia POTTER &. KREEK. hh, H hi h Sollinc Dry GoodB, Notionn, Hats, uaps, uuocnBwnro una Groporics. rliorsov rX,liii,n A.ny Otlmv JIouho in (In: t."otiiir'. FOR CASH OR COUN TRY PRODUCE. THANKFIIL FOR FAST FAVORS WE ASK Till, Rloie. North Side Itowi n' ilew Vork bt' 'tlbllc K iuure, Sign Ol liltl hi) 11 Li. rtfti.iHv B.T. BABBITl Puro Conceutratod if y Of Double IlieSlrenglh of an; J,lur SAl'ONIFYING QUUS1 JCE, I ,'iave receiiiiy perie.11 ie ylnc,i101, n( Si .ft yii Ti3ft ilMiiwhWih; luihi'u iii i"vvp iiiiiiihiiiii.ii i ii unit Hi Halls, anil li. uo olhar wii-v.)liv 'ft,"' in Ith Ihlsl'otash ocennipiiiiy ' .,r,(..nBB" lalll Ullll a.11'1 II1UII (I'l IIMSSvlll t tut anlt jim.i. tf ...ni.tfl"'"" k. ... LI VIS i, MM & FEED STABLE, OllKGOK, MISSO mill: undcrslirned hnvlinr lllled un a 1 oomiiioilLiiiis stable ultll a view to comiiiodatlou of lha public, with now stoi utlltui nimoliitnieiits of tl llr.t-cliian llvi well assured Ihut becanghe sutlsr Hon who favor nun wliu tneir patroiiiiga.f Hacks, inrnagcs, miiririca ami sa uurs i lor Hire at all Hours. Drivers furnished for Hacks and Carrlsi w hen desired. A Daily Lino of Hacks rnrrvlnir thu nrnll anil nniienorora between Ore guu una tho K. (J. bt. Jo. & 0. II, ltuthoiul, at Vuicit (Jitv, uml inaklnj,' connictlot. wit), nil rosTEii & imo I'noi'.'s IMf BIIMINCER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN, I.tncclully iH'S.kuciI rr tin1 usv of the Medical Proration uml th fnuiii. uosiCBiltitr thove in- Irtnttc mciucinal iroiurtU' lKU vviQiis w un nth i Old unt lurt Uln, ItulUnpiiialil to' IVmalus. Goot for Kldnru Vtmptatntt, A (lcllcIuusiToiita. I'tit UhliicascB conUlnliiKonciloicii bottles each, uiul sbia b; Co,, fStablUhcd 177et. ho, lUlieaver Street. N'vw rrfirprj. Ac. a. M. iiiinntrer york, in A lVi:itTISi:ilS send M els, InO. 1', Howell J1.XUI., 41 fork How, N. v., me tneir Ktgh ty.psge l'amphlet, tliowniE cost of advcrtUlug V I Illi- I 'Hall Me OIIITtMIlV I'OI.TItY. ttnvlewor thn tirnbnbln nilonllon of rrema. Hon In America, Ihe wrilera of oblluary poetry are praciicing lor mo greni rnangc. .vn cx' change suggesta the following n a model i The boast of heraldy, Tho pomp of power And all that beauty, And nit that wealth e'er knew Awaits alike (he Inevitable hour The path of glory leads but lo the fluo. And this la all that' left of Ihee, Though falret of enrth'a daughters Only four pounds of ashea whllo Out of one hundred ami fourteen nnd three quarters. "SOl'H (IIIAITH." Dnymi think, If I'd n baby, That I'd let him pull my hnlrf Do you think I'd put on collars Just for him to soli and tear f Do you Ihlnk I'd call It pretty When he bit his little loo? Yet I've know n some silly mothers With their babies do Just so. Do yon think I'd set him erjlng .lust lo sea his running frown f Do you Ihlnk I'd set him walking? .lust to see him tumble dimn f Would I'd call my baby pretty When he'd neither teeln nor hair? yt I know some silly mothers Think their babies wondrous fair. uvr.it and ovr.n auaiv. Over and over again, No mntter which way I turn, I always Unit In the llimk or l.lfa Some lesson 1 hae to leuru. I niut lake my turn at the mill, I must grlnil out Ihe Bidden grain, I mut work nt my tnk with u resolute will, Over nnd over again. Over and over again 1 hr brook through Ihe meadow Hows, And over nnd over again T he liomleious mlll-tthcc! goes. Once riiilng will not sntllre, Though lining be not In vain, And a blessing falling us once or twice, May come If we try ngaln. .-a. ........ . ...-.. The autumn frost begins to blight. Hut hire and there late blossoms ling 1-1... ..-..!.. li.ni'... .I., (-lutein.. Lrlnlit Inger Ited-palntcd all by Autumn's linger. Hieblrdi nvegonei Ihe chill wind grieves Among the dry and withered trusses, And shower or gold or scarlet leaves It lllngs from every tree It passes. Hut, see, a spark has fallen there Among the grasses of the prairlo And high mid higher In the nlr The llumes uic leaping light and n Iry. Now, farmers, guard your hoarded grain I T lie flames lire wider, lltrtcr glowing, And urging on llietlery train. The raging wind Is wildly blowing. The sun sinks low, the waning light Is fiidlng fast I'm m hills ami meadows ) The night, rn strangely, grandl. bright, Mantles the earth In llll'til shudons. Now fiercer still the wild winds blow The sky the llei y color ratehes i And brighter yet the red ll.unes glow. And wide the bUekened prutrio stietches -Eudora Stont, in St. Ktchchiifor Stpt. tjii: ui'i'ust ftisssouKi. ny .1. M. yoiiii m:ii, i. d., in thi: nt.w C'lllilS'flAN ADVOCATr.. Tlirco lliousitiul miles bulov w lit-vc I now tun the witters ot tho Missouri empty Into the MUfclDlji)l, nml intiln taln their iiiutUly fcciiiintlciicss till tho" 'Tnthcr of Wstttys" nt last usscrtn his superiority nml absorbs them Into him self. Yet If length nlonc Is lo be con pjtlerctl the MUsoutl woultl not bo call oil tho braneh. l.caylntr tho extreme limit of rallroatl travel 1 havo pow been for two wccI;h constantly on tho Josephine, tho best steamer of tho up per Missouri, with as good neaptnintiH ever walked on deck. Wo shall always remember (irant Marsh with pleasure. This point, l'ort lleuton, tho terminus of steamboat travel, Is foity miles be low tho f ! rent Falls of tho Missouri, though Helena lies one hiuuhetl and lllty miles up the river. Navigation Is very dllllctilt, however, nbovo Carroll, which Is thrco hundred miles below lleuton. The ttrcani change Its channel every season with tnti outpouring of the waters from tho melting mountain snows. It reminds mo of a complaint once mado to mo of a pastor, that ho preached from tho te.xt, "0 (Jod, my heart is fixed!" and reasoned, 1. That ev'i man'- lie.ut n.ihshiJK out of icpali ; ''. That ilivinc gtuce tilum could cleittisi' and icpair it: when. il. it would be, in the l.inunge of I.ii, "fixed," which is a most bli;s.,cd conUl lion. Uo was a cousin to that famous divine who preached 11 om "The tloiib lC'iiilutlvtl man is mist.ible In all his way i" that Is. ho roamed all over tho lot, and rould not be routined In the stall was v.n'tabkil In all his ways. Well, tho Upper Mls-ourl ti neither ll.xal nor stabled: on P.s'banks Is no lea! estate, lie who owns n farm on Itti banks this fall might next snmm. liavy to look for it in tho deltas ?of the llsalsslppl. Ko other ilver'that wu know can In this loupect comparo with tho Uiper Missouri. Nor would I euro much for this, If mlno woio the faim,.tor never jel have 1 scon a thotisi)T miles of coun try so titteilv d(j';stl of any I'oncelvit blo uses, a titulow lleuton, on the Missouri. !Ltfilng that deserves: tho nainu. fi'jtiro Is any where to bo ' ' 4o and there, even on tho .rtt.iU -k- -iit'4.'"!''.l!'P,llislf-P0by lieu is always iiiiiiiicusiiuiu iii-tuis rainless bind, (troves ol cottonwood, with n few ash-trees, or some pretty pines btruggllng for existence, could be scon; bat uo other wood save the willows that skirted some of Ihe streams. As wo ascended iho rivet, even the clumps of Itulfnlo grass dis appeared nnd tho clay hills became furrowed and baro In every direction, till tho country might bo said to stand on cud. Tho day must have been when this region witnessed tho wildest convuMons of nature, first by llro uiul then by Mood. It constitutes, In fuel, part oi urn MUttvam jevris, or iM'i land, so often dcscilbcd of lata b travelers. We aro told that beyond tlieso glgnntlc canyons in the summit strctciic a vni tirv inaiiio oui lownt tho ltocl Minintalns. llwtl uri iuv vlftlblo to hip ns 1 wilte, yleliln.g lb course grasses in siilllcient quantities to fifed tho bull'iilo, deer, antelope, mountain sheep, and other nnlniaU that, have occasionally ventured, tc their grief, within ranges of otr lilies, -"i Day alter day wo steainotl nlonj without boholdlng a human fornvtr habitation, There was not a town h all our route? but only a low "forts" or trading posts, usually log cnblis nnd stockades. Thcso frontier pcono frankly toll UB that tlitu tlver cnuntv Is "good for nothing but IiuUnus," mil lu tneir vernacular this meansgood Dr notiiing nt nil. Tho Indians, In tie meantime ridicule' tho idea that ttu Orcnt Father declares ho wantu then to llvo, yet nroposcs to glvo thorn suli a lain ns this. J ho Yoirowstono tibot equally divides tho waters with tU. MUsourl, nml opens, It Is said, Into a vnllcy ot iinaurpasscd fertility, with great facilities for Irrigation. Wo eyed It m wo pased, coveting an expedi tion to its sources, inner pans oi Montana, aho. aro said to bo fertile, such ni the valleys of tho Sun Ulvcr nnd the Milk Hlvcr. Certain It Is, that much wheat is nireatiy proimeou in uic territory. Hut tho region lfasvastas nil Xow Knglaud, and theso fertile spots are, ns to quantity, like the oases to the desert. Tho wealth of Montana imiu biiMN.lv lm In her mlnliH!. Her ngrlciilturo cannot be dovclopeil for halt a century, If ever ; though the lluf fnlo grits'' Is said to be excellent for herds nnd grazing, and may yet be come important. Tho liostllo Sioux still roam this vast domain, nnd before him tho gentler and better (Iros Ventres and Hlckarees cower whllo they boast oi ineir itavery. Kvcrv hilltop Is crowned with Indian graves, which consist of a rudo plat I'm m of branches elevated from the ground beyond the icach of tho foxes, on which platform the corps Is laid. On one of theso wo saw two bodies sldu by side, one In death as, perhaps, they were ono In the love ol their savttgo lire. The outline of a romance readily Hashed through our brain as wo gazed at It. Onco ns We entered a fort tho stench of corruption was wafted toour no'trlls from graves n litllo beyond. Tiii.Mi ivoro nil sad reminders to us of Iho rapltl decay ol' Ihe race, onco sole possessors ot the soil. Hut more of Ihe Indians nt another lime 5 let us now completo ourdescilptlon of the liver, lor (Oiresponiiciiee iiuni mm ii-jjiuu 43 raio. Within a hundred miles of lleuton Ihero broko upon our vMon, with tho dawn of the Sabbath, the grandest vision wo ever Ueiieiti, nun one 01 which wo have, seen no description. Much ot the holy nay was spent in i niitiirotis bcholdlnrrs.siich as we think are nowhere else to bo totind. Without tlioni ntlr loiirnev would have been tamo Indeed, nnd thoy alone will repay for all It may cost to visit them, cither ol time, toil, or money. At nil nolnts of tho river strata of sandstone were to be found Imbedded lu the baro hill, and an occasional column of the same material was seen standing out In hold relief, created by tho Hoods of the long-past ages which swent nwttv tho earth from around It. This sandstone, which was usually ol a light color anil scarcely distinguisha ble from the clay, now begins lo crop out from the hills in much greater quantities, and to bo dleersltled by somo ot 1110 very uarKcst cotors. 11 nuts on every conceivable form and the tuol gignnii'; inoimiuuin. nil uiu mile iinarliiatlon you can llnd. espec ially In the dusk of theevenlng.shnpes from all the worlds we know of nngnls, demons, men, bea-ls, vessel", houses, temples, everything, yet all till and tenantless ns rompell nnd Ilercnlaneitm. Tho walls arc often laid up ns It by tho hand of man, per pendicular anil parallel. At ono pt.wo for n quarter of n mile was such a stouo wall. 0110 hundred feet high, crowning a hill three hun dred feet nbovo the river. At another place tho stones spread themselves out over n vast area as it in iieerieii streets, wlih lorsaken homes and tem ples, Indicated by roofs, domes, min arets, and spires. Again a vast splro shot up from the river blink high ns Trinity at tho head ot Wall-street, and twice as great at the base.in stone two shinies darker In color. The 1 Ivor Itself lor a day s travel was an Im mense canyon, with walls of this kind sometimes nearly a thousand feet nbovo lite river. Tho evening hour was spent (III late, all bauds 011 deck looking at this weird and wonderful scene. It was ten o'clock before I gave out inv hymn In the cabin for Ihe promised sermon, and tho one worship lit the presence of all that mysterious and lawful grandeur was as devout and true as tho other. Necessity com pelled the Sabbath liavel; wo could not stop; but It will bo ono of the nicin , '. mMi it Us of our life. Tin 1 1. 1 r becomes shallower toward IJoni.iii, .mil the scenery lamer than evei. l.itl we are there as (iod-foisa-ken a pi.u'c an over Iho frontier can furnish. 1 have visited but one of the Indian posts. When 1 havo icon the rest I will it'll you about the Indians, To Irtsirvc. Grapes Willi Honey. Take seven pounds of good sound grapes on the steins, tho branches us perfect as posv-lblc, and ruck them 'iiugly without breaking, in a stone jar. Make a syrun of tour pounds ol honey uud one pint of good vinegar, with cloves nnd cinuainou to suit (about thico ounces each Is our uilo.) lloll litem well together for twenty inlnutp-', and skim well, then turn boiling hoi over tho grapes, and seal Immediately. They will keep years If you wish, and are exceedingly nice. Apples, peaches anil plums may bo done In the same way. pooled ; ono wK(rv;ni.,.u't,",lu",t ,1UJ salt; quarter pound black" peppcrr twelve pods led peppeis; quaiter potiuu auspice; one ounce cloves; three boxes good mustard ; a little gar lic, If you have If; six onions; two pounds brown sugar; ono handful peach leaves, lloll until of tho light ruiislfcleuoy, being careful not (o let It litirn; thou strain through a who sieve when' cool enough. I always h ivo to 1 11b It through. Thu ingredients are all nut In together and thoroughly rooked. When done It will bo prutt thick. rendu?:. To render posts or tlmbi r, placed In 'hei.iimd, practically Impervious to irunstiiro, and for a Innv time prevent dei . tho following hhi ! receipt has biui tiled and louinl to anstver tho purpose cxcoilentlv. For fence nnd' gate posts It is particularly recommen ded. Tako linseed oil, boll It, and mix It with charcoal dust until tho mixture has tho consistency of an ordinary paint, fllvo to tho posts a single coat of tho mlxturo, or paint, beforo plant Ing them, nnd no farmer, says ono who' has used it, living (o tho ago of tho pa triarchs of old, will live long enough lo seo thn snmo posts rot. Tho post of limber should bo well seasoned and dry when tho paint Is applied. Tho Karl of Dunrnvcn has bought six thousand acres ofF.tess Park, Colorado, and purposes "Improving" It by keep Ing tho gamo nnd fish fiomloo rapid destruction, and by erecting buildings for tourists. " avii. How Mothers .Tlannec for llirlr natislttcrsTlie. Im jter Iteporlment for Vomic Trii in search or wires. Tho llcrlln correspondent of tho Lon don Datlu yews discourses about courtship in Germany to thu following cll'ect : Il l not of much consequence how tho parties llrsl becomo acquainted; there are plenty of ways In which n voting man with n (ratio and it dozen linen collars nitty como to know moth ers with marriageable daughters, and then tho daughters themselves. Even If tho young man has no thought of marriage, 1110 society 01 tno young in dies Is likely to bo not quite without In terest. (Jerinnn girls aro not So hand some ns KnglNh, so graceful its the French, or so clover us Americans s but they generally look healthy and fresh, ami they have "ilausllchliclt." Now there Is no other quality that Germans ol the middle class prize In their wives ns "llausllchkclt," or domesticity. Look through the popular literature of the country, romance, nnd poetry, and It will appear that this is tiii: sum op wit in.v vntxi ns. The young girls nro very . carefully trained In this respect by their moth ers, uud nt tho ago at which they marry are nearly always equal lo tho domes tic duties of their poltlon. They know how to knit men's hose, uud to deal out rations to the servants. In tho little parlies at tho beer house or gar den the young lady Iswexpected to make tho necessary display of her domestic accomplishments, aided, of course, by Judicious hints from the mother. If the objective man ne mi industrious artisan or thrifty tradesman, the maiden drinks sparingly ot beer, cats a piece of ham or sausago Instead of a beefsteak, and knits 011 somo useful nnd substantial garment. If he be a banker's son, be longing, say one gradu higher socially. but attracted by n pretty face, tho tact ics aro dllfei cnt. The girl Is permitted to bo 11 little moru forwnid. Instead of knitting she works at somo light embroidery ; she takes not only a beef steak, but n beefsteak aux champig nons ; she chatters a good deal about the opera, ami even about Itcuz's cir cus, uud, In short, her whole manner is llslitcr nnd lrecr. If tho first class of candidates are to he captured by tho stoutly, persistent work ot lulantry, the movement ior tno ricn "caiciies" is more like 11 cavalry charge, an onsmtvAxr vouxn man can generally tell by the second even ing nt tho beer garden If ho Is a ;ier- snnu gmla with tho mother. It on his appearance the second evening nt the rentie.voiis siio innocently oners mm a place besido the daughter, or accident ally makes a place for him, as It were In Iho confusion of tho moment, ho knows at once that ono formidable out post Is carried; and worso than that, If no bo himself iiidltl'orcnt. he knows that a sharp matron is filling his path with traps mill pitfalls, Perhaps the most Interesting scene Is a mother who, at a publlo place like that, lias tlirco or four daughters to adjust among as many ardent or reluctant' suitors. I can compare It to nothing but n cook watching half 11 dozen beefsteaks in dlllerent degrees of preparation. From the pair who arc most advanced in their wooing nnd may bo left pretty much to themselves, to the pair who least harmonlzo and consequently need the most discreet altentlon and encour agement from tho one of these ex tremes to tho other, along tho interme diate grades of connubial readiness, tho care of this watchful mother ranges and operates. The young ladies play their parts demurely, but with n gooil deal of skill. In default of a public announcement of a betrothal, peoplo In tho habit of watching tho actors from evening to evening may tell by ono In fallible sign wnr.N tiii: haitv climax is nr.ACiir.i). As soon as tin -u ,lu b.-uiin !u p 1 the young I.uI.n'i rn honing in ml lltlnu to his own, depend on it they are en gaged. I'p lo that time the' maiden's liauebrateti has been reckoned at the closo of every evening with the aci onul of ihe family, uud paid for by the fond parent ; but now the burden has been lightened. The future soti-ln law meets his sweelheail's expenses; but them alone. Kven If there be nobody else with them but the mother, she always pays her own hill. Mght tiller night you may see 111 the snmo icstaurunts n young man pay for himself mid his sweetheart, while iho worthy matron lust us regitlarh Is left to the resources of her own purso. If the threu visit tho theater, he purchases stalls for two, while the mother tikes her place in thu queue, and looks out for herself, and tho rule U scarcely ever biokeu. If It be said 011 the one hand that Iho moth er, having shnllled off the responsibili ty of her daughter's, entertainment, ought to be satlsiled filth that, U may be urged on tho other hand that, lu view of tho fidelity and regularity ex pected of n fierman lover, the support of tho -lOting lady Is In Itself enough, ttfriV)'ot,Yi'.Kht not t.!i4W,''il'Vrfis'lt' liu'tll after Ihe mariingo. Yoii.so I'rorLi: r.viA(ii:i are exwcted to pass Si!,") evenings lu a yeai in each others society. If thev belong to tho middle or poorer classes this phenomenon Is generally witness ed at cheap beer-houses and gardens, varied In summer by an oociiioual ru ral excursion. If they have 11 more ex alted position In the social scale, Iheie will generally be facilities for enter taining (he victim at tho homo of the Intended; and for beer-gardens they will now and then substitute 11 concert or a pl..v. Hut the full ipiou of eve nings Is tilwns rhoi'iiusly exacted. Perhaps the um-t it'-ln ato sftti.tt Ion for nn anxious suitor Is when ilir ii.utlii t is iudlll'ereut, ur with u litllo Judicious matronly coquetry, knowing that ho Is anxious, pretoiuls to bo Indlfi'eront, This situation exacts from tho raniU dato tho most rareful behavior, espec ially lato In Iho evening after beer, when tho mother Is likely to bo sleepy and tired, mid even Irritable. ONi: l'A!.8n BTKl' TIIKXMAY IIDIX AM.. Tho oilier evening n friend and I sat under a Hino treo at a fashionable re tort amused at and In splto of our selves, interested In, tho proceedings at 1111 adjacent table, where there was a family party, consisting of a father, three daophters, us many young men, and a mothor calmly but unobtrusively directing tho courM ot affairs. Ono (if Iho young ladles, feeling cold, rose to throw a shawl over her shoulders, and of courso all tho young men by a com COUIlTSHIf r.v .IS.IA'W mon lmpnlso plunged madly forward to assist her. One of thcso young men will never bo seen niruln with that nar- ty. For ho carried in his hand ns ho went to nld tho young lady n hoavy en no: and. with characlcifstlo awk wardness, ho managed, while drawing up inosnawi, 10 tiirnst me run or tno ratio Into tho oyo of tho mother, nnd tho shawl seeming to require n good ticai 01 adjustment, ns 1 navo ooscrved It often does when n young mnii Is drawing It on nnd tho shoulders nro inose 01 n young lady, tno unlucky wretch neurit, riilnoil thn imiferinil eve At any rate, lie seems to have becomo convinced that It would never again look favorable on him, for ho comes no more to tho trystlng place. My friend Is u philosopher, and he lias his moral ready. "Alter all," observed ho, light ing a fresh cigarette, "yonder swain Is no worse ofl'l han the rest of us; It hap pens to manyw us nt critical moments to thrust n cutio Into tho eye ot tho de sired mothci'-ln-lnw, and thus at one unntcky strlko to forfeit nil our clianccs." Tiiv cns.vr.si: J.I I'on.Yi.i. C.tlA- A correspondent of the St. Louis Christian Advocate. In writing: about tho Chinese In San Francisco, reports the number attending the various Sun day schools as 1,000. In referring to tho organized missions uml their mis sionaries, ho writes ot our brother, ltev. (). (ilbsont He Is an enterprising man, ami 11 very courteous chrlstaln gentleman. I am Indebted to him fur the following facts: The niNsion-houso covers nearly the whole of n lot olixlOO feet, and Is ad mirably arranged for Its uses. There are two Chinese assistants, preachers, oesities several outers wno nro training for tho ministry, ami also Ihreo Ameri can assistant teachers, 0110 gentleman and two ladles. Tho work which they nil perform Is considerable. To begin with, there H ti regular nights school, at which tho average attendance Is about slxty-flvo. In addition to this, lu tho way of teaching. Is tho instruc tion of tho women in tho Chlucso Asy lum. Thcro Is nlso preaching In tho mission-house every Sunday, nnd In n lit tle chapel 011 Jackson street every day In tho week, except Sunday. Tho meetings lu this latter place excite tho strongest emotions. At Just two o'clock every day tho doors tiro thrown open, nnd n small company of convert ed Chinamen begin to slug to the mu sic of a small cabinet organ. Ono by one astrugallngcrowd drops In. Somo stand up with their hats on, some loll on tho benches, somo smoke, somo stnro vacantly around, some listen with apparent Interest, but without n single sign of emotion. Tho whole crowd evidently regard tho preaching as merely n matter of curiosity. In a former letter I wrote you some thing of the awful commerce in women. Mr. Ollxoit has taken energetic action to stop It. About forty of thcso poor creatures have found n homo In the mission-house. Thoy nro put undur tho t portal rhargoof Miss Templeton, an excellent lady who is In tho employ of the Woman's Missionary Society. Of tho nbovo number ten havo been sent back to China, nt their own re quest, tho rcspcclablo Chlncso mer chants of tho city paying tho cost of transportation, nnd ngreclng to extend similar favors to any others. Twclvo havo been married with christian rites, anil seventeen aro still remaining. Thoy nro taught such work ns they can best do, and earn much of their own support. Strango ns it may seem, Mr. Gibson llnds opposition to tills noblo cnterprlso among thoso who wear the namo of Christians, There arc eighteen baptized converts In connection with this mission, eight ot whom havo como in since the first of January last. Several of them nro very bright christians. Ono of the as sistant preachers especially is n devout servant of Christ, Onlv 11 few weeks UO lie I i' lilt I II L'fCMt lupilsut ot till' spllit, since which time he lias been in nluio.st n perfect ecstm y Altogether thoro aro about ono hun dred baptized Chlnnmen lu this cily, besides ns many 11101 0 who profess fnltli in Christ, but havo not yet re celved this ordinance. They hold quarteily union meetings among thcni selves, which aro said lo bo very lulu estlng. Let no ono drepiso these result- .is small. Trito thoy apiioar small to a doubting mind, but faith beholds in them tho seed of a waving harvest. Tho oilglnal Aikaustis traveler uitstis iiuveiev is ass. C. l'tiulkncr, icott County, Kon - irlng iho election dead. His name w, and ho was born In Scott tui'kv. In ISOa. Dti campaign of 1H 10 Ashley. Sevier. I'ul ton, nnd Yell wero 011 the stump In Ar kansas, and one being lu company with Faulkner, they stopped at a log cabin in tho lloston Mountains, when I'tiulU nor. by his skill with tho violin, induc ed tho owner to glvo tho llvo a night's lodging. Faulkner, upon his return to Utile Rock, related his experience In !.1nT.s?H!mlrl!,i1lL,V,,,,,;i, and slon of iho "Ark uiis Traveler." lie was a colonel lu tho (.'onfedmalc service, and won somo prominence, his ago was soventy-two. Daniel Kiuuniie, n prominent dry good merchant ol Lancaster, Ohio, and ono 01 tho survivors of Iho wreck of tho steamship Allanth, which went to plecas on Iho rocks oil' Nova heotlu In MU, tiled nt Ills roums in tin- Tall madgo Ilouse, Lancaster, on Iho VJtli of Aug.. of hemnrihage of tho lungs, a dlsoa-e whit h ho continued on tho nw fill night ut Ihe meek. Mr. Kiiin.iue was one of the (li st lo leuie tlu eel b.i the rope Hint spanned the waters nom (tie slime. A letter from tatanla P. th- Aug burger Mgemcine Zeitung to August 1 saysi Slnco the beginning of May tho highest and largest volcano in Europo tho Etna appears to bo In n period of activity which announces nu ap proaching eruption. It will soon bo llvo years slnco a torrent of lava, issn ing from tho principal era tor, covered tho V11I0 do llovo. From September, 1809, to tho present day the mountain hasbeenqtilet. l'rofessorSylvestrl, who has studied with attention tho scries of iihrntimenn produced recently, passed two days ami nights 011 tho summit of tho couo, and concluded from what he saw that 11 now eruption may bo ex pected nt no very distant date." A STiMNnr. Anomaly- getting drunk on "lager" which docs not intoxicate. DIVORCE IN UTAH. .MVV ETAX.1 VOU.YG SUES row a HivoncE rsto.ii unioii.i.yr. Itepoiulr.nl Denies thai Plain' HIT is His Wife. Salt Lakh Cm. Utah. Aug, 2C An- iltcntlon has been mado by Ann Kllzn Young to the Third District Court of Utah for a divorce from Iirlgham Young. Her application slates that she was married to Iirlgham Young April 0. I8(i3; that lor a penou 01 noout ono vear niter tliolr tnarrlnrro llrisham Young lived nnd cohabited with iicr, but niter that tlmo ho treated her with neglect nnd unklndncss, nnd pursued toward her a systcmttlu courso of cruel uml Inhuman treatment, ending In nn ubsoluto desertion of her; that sho be lieves that .920,00) Is n reasonable sum or the services ol counsel in tins suit, nnd $1 000 per month n reasonable amount for tho support of herself nnd her children. Tho nnswer filed with tho Clerk of the District Court by Iirlgham Young denies that on tho (ith day of April. 18(38, or at any other tlmo, himself nnd Ann Eliza Intcrninrrlcd. or that since that time, or nt any tlmo.she has been, now Is, his wife, nllrglng that on April 10, 180.1, Ann Eliza married Inmes L. Deo. who Is st III llvlug. nnd that she still N the lawful wile of Doc, nml never, as he believes, has been divorced front said Deo, but that on thu Mil dav of April, 18G8, ho was In formed, and verily believed, that.prlor to that tlmo, she had been legally di- orccd from sain ucc; mat on tuc loin iv of July, lotfl, lie, neing nn tintnar- led man. was luwlullv married to Mary Ann Angell, nt Klitland. ()., and that the said Mary Ann Angell Is still living, and Is his lawlul wife; nil of hlcli facts Ann i;uza Know on 1110 oiu r Anrll. 1808. lie further says that 011 tho Mh of April, 1808, himself 111 d Mitt Eliza were mcmucrs 01 1110 Church of Jesus Christ of I.atter-Day alnts," nnd that It was a dootrlno and belief that members thereof might rightfully enter Into "plural or ccles-tl.-il" inarrhifrcs. and admits that. In accordance with such doctrine of tho hurch. n ceremony was pcrlormcd, nt tho time stated, to unlto them In what is known as such n "plural or celestial'' marriage ; that she was then Informed by him, and well knew, that by reason of said mnrrlugo In this manner sho could not have, and need not expect, his society or personal nttcntlon, as in tho ordinary relation between husband and wlfo; denies uny neglect or tin kindness, but that sho voluntarily left ami deserted his house; denies that Si'0,000 or any sum whatever, would bo reasonable or proper leo forcounsol, or that f?l,O00, or any sum exceeding $100 per month, would boa reasonable allowance for tho plaint.!!' nnd her chil dren : that to tho best of his knowledgo and Information nil his property tloes not exceed In value tho sum of SOOO, 000, and that his Income does not ex ceed 15,000 per mouth; that ho has a largo family, now consisting of sixty three persons, nil of whom nro depen dent upon him for support, and prays that her bill bo dismissed. THE IC.IA'S.IS OS.IGE CEOEO E.1.YHS. L.uvitEXCK, Ks., August 21. A letter received here to-day from Judge Dillon announces the decision ot the United States Circuit Court upon tho celebra ted Osago Ceded Lauds case In favor ot tho settlers. Tho caso covers tho titles to nearly n million acres ot land claimed by tho Leavenworth, Lawrenco and Citilvoston Rallroatl Company nnd tho Missouri, Kansas nnd Texas Rail road Company. Tito decision will bo heard with delight by tho settlers, though the caso will probably be car ried to tho Supreme Court of tho f illed States. T.n'F.KA, Aug. 21. Tho decrees ia the t i-ngo Ceded Lands caso have born let'i ived, and arc ngtilnst tho railroad nnd in favor of the settlers. Thcso aro the most Important land suits ever ii :. in tho United States, Involving as !,, v do nlno hundred nml sixty thou - .in J acres of land. Tho tract Includes .ill of tho counties of Labcttn and m -ho, nnd parts of Allen, with Mont iMiiii. iy and Crawford counties on ii'n h tiro located tho homes of nearly ihut,' thousand people, and title to w'ii' h has been In Issue. Thcso suits, wiie brought by tho United States .tiiet Attorney u-ninicnt tqjfanc 1 , ,i,u ji. KR T. (;(.mnc The. Dish let Attorney In behalf ot tho gov- :incci tno patents, issueii ami u. 1.. & u. it. it, iniiailies.i -iiicso iiiipuri.-iiit, i.iusu.i involve tho eravest points or law and i-iiiiiry and havo been tried with great. '.ill and ability by U. S, District At tui iioy (leo. R. Peck, representing tho go, urnmont, nsslsted by Governor Wilson Shannon, nnd McComas& Mc-Id-ighan representing tho settlers, and .Itt.lgoS. O. Thaehcr nnd T. C. Sears tor tho railroads. It will brlngjoy and r.iilef to thousands of peoplo in this -i,to. nnd will Vit taxw.tw.ssa vrwlijro .1 n most righteous and equltnb'e termination of tho question. The greatest entirrw&ism prernRs on tho Osage Ceded Larnds over tho result, l'uo Stateof Kansas, through its Gov ernor, Those. A. Osborne, over it year ngo assumed the championship of tho settlers' causo III n letter to tho l'resl. dent of tho United States-, la which tin theory upon which tho ctinso wns tried was llrst proposed. It may there Coif bo paid to bo a victory for the Male, and every citizen In the stato will havo causo for rejoicing. Tho muses wero tried nt tho Juno term of the II. S. Circuit Court tit Lenvcn ituiiti, befbro Judgo Mlllor, of tho U. Supremo Court, nnd Judgo Dillon, of the Circuit Court, setting together. The Grasshoppers. Thcso pests are rapidly departing from this vicinity, and nt tills writing, there nre comparatively fow remain ing. Wo do not think thoy have de. posited eggs to a great extent. The damngo done by them Ins been much loss than wns anticipated. Thoy havo stripped tho blades, or tho "loddor," as farmers call II, from tho corn stalks; but ns many farmors do this them selves, It will not Injuro tho com, Thoy hnyo not seriously damaged tho ears of corn. Annies nro not much In- Jnrcd; neither nro poaches, except IhofiO Wlllell worn ylnmlnn- Rnnin lKcr-drlnkorstgnrden "truck" lias suffered hard u sago; but 110 nrtlclo In flint lino Is totally destroyed. Troy CM'.