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mi JiL JLJLvJ A Ti H P All iillul L W JFic.r xjt-v - . vri;a.i 1 F. M. TAYLOR, Ecliioi ami Publisher, . SAVANNAH, 310., FRIDAY, OCTOBE.S, 22", 1875. y... Y. i. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. 'dv rtisrmfntu in :bU column, .liflif cents if ' ,. tie ii . ti'clxutinif Ihr iitner, I lift. :'( .,'f"-'ci.v" in this mi urtin c.ff rrh'-Nr ami' I'ltfovwtini iii tk'-ir r'rf i-rfi7. ATTOKXKVS. TfT W. ( A yV . Xit:rv CAJ.PWKIJ. :itt:iriicy-:i!-l;iv anil l'uv.- stn-ri.ll a'li-nlii.ii j Pulilif. itillram-lll: atl-i iiivesSijjatin,!? ' i' - - i ,. i y i t l!I"V " m'Thi-Mi-v :it law will li'Tii til B - - . -- i , r JT. .null tin- mini- .l :..irHiri Mi-snn. 1 - rf :ti:i-iiui:i ivrii m mi-im- in on- -ii:;i him!i:Ui- ronr: t. ll!ro over I'mim-tV i I. in'. 7 (.UK KM KM. ATTOUNMY AM) V . iin-c!!or :tt law. rartinilai- alti-ninui irtn-lihir :ilt lilnui r.1 t t - .r.ol5.-("iin-s. ili-.i-.m lii- soiiib mU I )ti:irr. in now Haiti: Hiiililiii-. Tni!M:.M.UCK :w: rt-mv-::.-kr..-. -'ill : " ni-m-t :ill lui-iniT riunwn-il i lmn nr- iui Mv .iii.l .-Mj.-tullv. Can ! lnunil . itiiVtitirs, two iliiors cani ol the 't )1-!- . : ann.ih, M. -1 . Willi T KKi:, atlurmy law and -m-ral ( l:;itll Airi-llt, -;t :tJl:ii. Me. -il- . - . . . r ... . i.i . - aim- .iani.i nit- nn '-i i. -.n-in i"i itinu IV t C I ItarJ; nav ami lmiutx . wi!i'-' an in .t -,. nsitijiai)ili:i u ra! c...U- rimts :ilte:.ili-l .. v. : .-ri al i-aiv ami i.r..niptii. Ai. .. f.,v- :.ii .u- :itit i-iml :irt.n: l-n .n, AH-ni-mi, u!i-Ka A. '1 Fv l.'-tilroa.l CiiHriuy. AH iniiini- 1.) ..ii 'llv aii-wru-d. Iii- will iirl.i-i narlir- in Jin., it- .in thi' r".!' t. Call on him . l:; IIirAS DAXI) TKACIIKIJ. JOHN S. 2UGAN, r i: V. M) I K UKK .Vti-:r aiTai'fl in .irdi-r. Al?, original jiii-f.co Jiinii-linl ,1 11-'. Ti-nilt -ati.-lai-inry . ""J i'.AKKUY, &c. xr . HK!)i:!iK, Kairit- !:ikrv, cr-rfec-i . Partn- lunushiHl in -lion ihmum. i 1M1YS1CIAXS. U. DAV KN'l'Oli'I' liavm-r lucatt-.l ir J - e. iniiaii. nilrr- hi i-i.lt- inii.il M-rtiri-- i I . - i ,!i.i ii- ol savannah ami vn-inity. oil-i-i-it ir -iili iicc mi Main .-tn-i-t, oin- lilork i ol -In--, v. ; II l (' . . .i 1 i I 'U"ic mil t ii w.i ii" w i ; Ii 1 1- Ii M.llvi-wr nvri-!!i;c- SOCIK IMKS. TO. ). I-. avannan I.oitc, .o. . !4. Savannah. Mo., ttn-i ts i v ry IKI).VY KVI-.M.Ni, :it OiUl ' - IVllnu.-' Hall, ,!ioi0n-a-t rorm-r if' l'i;!iii- -.:tan-. All Hinnlii-i-s nftlir oi'liT m - 1 -tamiinir. i-tlinjr tin- city, art- conhally iti in t In un i t with us. VINAI. (i. KAIUKS.X. C VII -irw Aiir. sc.-'v. -J!!',1 "V T"AS(NIC avannali Ludr. N'. 71 , K. .V A. M., inrr:.ir.-i aii'lthinl L f''atiir'l.i v in i arh intialii.al 7 n't-lm-K p.in. v All hntt'lii-f-s in cimi Mainline: an- iVaK-r-t ali itt-it to vi-ii ii-. H. M. KAXFt'ilM), W. M. I- . W. .Iiiy. S r'v. -7-I-: n:NKl. IV KolXJK. N.. ::., A. a K .V A. M.. nii-.-i-! lii-t San,t-.I:iy .n WJaP' a. ii i:i..n!h. at lt . M. All li;-.-On.-:- in sJ'Nr i-.mil tamlinir .in-Irati-niallv .initi-il l-i ki-tt ii. .IO!IN M. VIWSTOX, W. M. 1- l . Mf Faihu n-. ii 'v. C. WA: a v a i 71 rJ.'r in end nnmi'ctlurcr of nd letallic COFFINS, Ji 'i-fh Siiiclhc Square, Savannah, flu tin- I'nvi :iv i trick.) 10FFLXS OF ALL S1ZK.S KKl'T M i I AS Ol- ALi Sl.hS i hi 1 ! mi i::iinl . I :i!- Keep cun-iaiiiK i'-l' iiainl a .M .u.tin .u in.-1.1-i .niality.h- '-iriilH-i-io ! :'i,i aifn-li- r lurn: rv ih-.-irni. (iivc i-.p ! i .i ' I i-an lmt In- m..liT.oil by any ili-a'n-i ai-i .t the Mi-. i.-itii. X'l h' l'i- ran alway- -nine otu- lie fouinl ihiy .iml'ni-'lii al in; Al'l ri'-i'n-in-i-, muly to .-t-11 col' i'l - ci '.' Made to all who rail. V.. WASSlElt 1L.11. J. I'. ( oopcr. Tliomas Grecnlco. a- mn. ir t n satx HOOI5Cl 4? .ixl Ct33aID:5 Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Pa 1 'ids, Oils, Glass, Dye-Stuffs, School Books, 71 rnnl'm.nm, o 7?nn7 - I Jll,SCeuane0lLb --001' Blank Books-, Stationery, V Building Paper Picture Frames, Mirrors, Mouldings ; . 7 Vindow Shades, . Pocket Knives, Shoulder Braces, . Trusses, Lamps, Toilet Articles, Notions, (j-3 CHOICE FAMILY GRO CERIES, GARDEN- SEEDS, c.,. in Brick Drug otnre, (lately occupied by fl. II, Dobbinsjsouth side.of' the public mare. Savannah. Mo. April 10 1875 Gin. ftcnrcsjjonbtnrc. The New Constitution. rbii'im-: I'kaihik. Mo., ) Oct. lsili. i7:. ' ) Ki. Ki-:iti:mcx: iHlI iJic Loyal voters of Andrew Con nt v awake to their duties on Oh: tidth (lav of OL-t.. li or. is loyalty m old Andrew i ,. Ml 1 P'11.- ') . , i . . i ! . i.. ...I : .3 -i i... 1 ..IU.J.U.-1 oi n-j.M-iew on uiiu u;.j o i he people 'of Missouri. i , . . , , , , - . me loyai oiers oi aii- drc-v County vote to adopt a Const i- t u t -.Mi ths't endorses the oMSeeea- . , . ltli doct rilie ol bt ate rights r Ao. '2nd. Will the loval voters vote to adopt a Constitution that is afraid to engraft in its provisions that this l .-iaie snan ever remain a nieinoer oi : . , ., . , ,, 1.1 A ,..,.;,... 1111011 -J Vn 1 IR' 'Vm 1 11,1,1 lt- AO. .Id, Will loval vo'.ers vote toadont a Constitution that is afraid to en graft 111 its prori.-ions that every eiti- i zcii oftb.it, State awes paramount al- ! iegianc-.Mo the Constitution ami Co v- ernmeut of the United States? Xo. -1th.. Will the loyal voters vote for a Constitution that strikes a der.th : blow to cur public schools system ? Xcver! X"o! 1 hiilicve taxation should be vadu ced.as m.ich as can be done consistent-; i ly and I have no doubt but a great , ! form can be made in that direction. ' ' but 1 will willingly and cheerfully i : pay a school tar every year, and ; lfllllTTI-!cllthlt.wi!l.l,lIfn...i..-t...l..-w.l' i.-.t .-t...um uii mowiM ( ,owvil, the .-ullerni";-trom chills and fe- j 1 ditrict was comjieled by law to keep : ver became feaiful."' V few parlies were j The X'ew Testament revision in Kng 1 up a nine month ?chor.l evrv vcmp fortunate as to have it on hand, and i kind, a work in which ouite a number 1 t .;ii ... t - r i. .: ". t I , . ..... w - .a .a . iK....i.u , u.eie Miotuu no., oe any limit io tne scliool tax only as a majorilv of each school (list rict .-hall limit themselves I n'grnlar jirice is bm one, and thouirht j ported as having entirely completed j tiller of the soil -houId be the improve bvt m-'"nril vvole ifi.-ir.li - -1. . r tiieinel es favored at that", m valuable 1 ''" wrk on the four irospels. except- j incut of thy productiveness of his land . . ii.i.juiitv L.iou suiooi (lis- anM;I(. t.,.;ltiV(! properties of this j.re-1 "iir as far as two .-jncstions arn concern- i until it reaches Jie point wheie maxi- ,nrt- ' jiaration, which not onlv expels the poi- i 'd. whi-h -till cause a di-lVrenceoi ojtin- ; mum -jrop- are produced at the least ex- J believe that all children over the 1 a-'e of six vears should be comneled to attend the public schools. These j arc my sentiments. M.r. Editor, let j come what will, and let every nutn j rallv to the pole- on the :10th of this m.-r.rh an. I--vote againt this new con suniuon. ami n it js adopted let it j not be the fault of the lol voters-of ; the Stnte of Missouri. .v-. ti-,. ii.. i i.L.-pci.tlulh j 1). lloyilAM. Jn j - j Plans to Suppress Lawlessness. ; Xkav 0i:i7,ax-, Oct. 1!. A commit tee of prominent eiii'.n- of Ka't Felici ana Parish. Iieaded by Mr. Pipes, Con servaliVe member -of the Ilbuse of that pari.-h, waited on acting li'jvfrnor An toino to (lav with a view of coucertinir t measures to suppress lawlessness. , .iiiur 11:1011;;, m-o i"uu na ao- j j'wrned in consequence of the shooting j ol herill'Sniith. also sul)initte! a eondi- ! i. ..I.-.. nn...;,. ...! a- i ,iition:il proposition to go back and hold i . i . i- .i :ispeei; - .l term of court, providing the law abiding . .'iti.ens would jtledge themselves to give active support to the enforcement el-the lav s. Compuisorv cd'.'.eation in S. otiai.'d 1 dat.-s bark to l-l-.. WiiMi the .iVst l;nv : 1 on the subject wa- parsed. Tht- idea ' " ' ' " v 1 - Lsults. The inmibei-o;'Hiildreu in at- j -, ,! I 1,1 1VI.- "ii It ir-...ltlit t 1 , tendance iigion schooi? nas peou large- ly increased. The threat of .ompul-ho j s'ion has beep more oflicacious than i compul.-ion itself, and lias thus obvi- i at ed the necessity of a rigid enforce- ! ment oi the law. In Olasgow. out of j eircunislances is prc-ente:l from de 14.171 childien not at school, i.sHi fL-ndimr himself. 1C. C. .Journal, were .-ent on account of waniiniror re-1 .. "st raiif i 3.102 aftci-service of no- xVi, ;n alter the parent had met the school Hoard, ami alter the ii.irent ; had been pro.-ecuted. The compul-' sory feature of the law has worked j well in both city and country. Within j two years, many thousands of chil- I oien nai: nvuu mm;u jiuiii i.ivt iuhwi- lancetiiat leads to pauperism and i crime-. ' : 1 corn, no l'oraire of any kind scarcely A little two year old child of Jerc-J anything indeed, on' near -two hun miah Je(iuette. who resides some ; j dred a en s. for man-'or b'jnr to sub or (5 miles soutb of town, was severe- j sist upon. 15ut he planted again; the ly bitten by a savage dog belonging to the familv. on Fridav of last week. The little one, a girl, accidently ran ' airainst or fell upon the savage brute Avhcn with-all tli ferocity of a lion i it, stM.ed her in the face and lacerated I . ... I lle.-h about the moutb in a horrible i manner, and would uiuiouPtediy nave T 11 1 l.l.lll.n I taken her life if aid had not been , eiuru at iiuuu. e "eiii n nuiu wiu i.., i ,1 -i- i r..,.,. dsc at hand. "We 'earn from the f tending physician, Dr. M.iuisell,tbat e case is improving, and that the I atteiidiiu the vicious brute had paid the death pen-' altv for his cowardly tict. Kockport I t.. i " Journal. .. OHIO ELECTION. Tim general result or tin; election in Ohio wis more favorable to the Ib-pub- ' licans than we last week indicated might I he the ease. Hays' majority is between 1 -1.000 and fi.Onn. The lull returns ,vc nave not yet received. At the last elee - tirm there wer four candidates ruunin"- i ,., , i io, t io Ci j nor. and Allen received about over his rem.blie-m , ,)Ulllb "P"bli.un um - he aggregate majority lie State of tee .lemoeratie . fSr m:r;,u.itv t;:r.)udi0Ut thi congressmen ehted at that time, was . about 17.0.MI, which show, a decided change of trout. W. L. Vischer; -editor of tha Pu. ,To sejiii Herald, is announced for a lecture :t the court house in Oregon, on the night ot Aovember (Wh. He speaks m nuere-i oi ine n oinnii s union , . ,. , ... . . Cokoxm;. Fj:kd Chant, v,Us call - 1 ed .rpon at .les Moines lor a speech; ' i an'.Vhe said: I air. 5orrv not to bV able to make you i speech, nut .15 father has math; a speech to-night, 1 have hopes of doing so seme time."' TJie riiiludelphia I'ress r.ays: -'The secret of our failure to star.fi eoual with other nations in the mc'iev mar- i v no oilier nai ions nt ine u:r:iev mar- i . ! ii i - A kets ot h u rope has been due, trom I'rsttolast to the aspersions of the i t ,i rovernment made bv the Democratic ,.,,. - " Durinir the Fever season of last month the stock of A ver-;- Ague ( 'ure in the Old North State bevame exhausted, and hi'fore ;l sllimlv i-on'il !n vi'i-imi-iiiI Iroin I ... . .... . .. i hvdell coiintv, the druirirists eked out tiK.ir;.h.n(u.rtocks bvsellin- doses :l spoonful each-tor a d.illar. Many paid ten dollars lor a bottle, when the son iVom the -vstem, but leaves the pa - tien; with unimiiaired health and vigor. ---H'te1' (X- Standard. Gen. Gram's War ITorses. The malice of ( .'en. (J rant's politi- cal ,i,, ccms to top at noilung ) In (hi! 'ate sal.vol his stock of horses. , on las larm near M. l.ouis. it was re- ported that, the horn.- he rode at Vick.-burg wa- sold f:;r t he small sum ol" lU'ty-six dd!ars. Ami thereupon :1 h.omilv was indulired iu as h the -heart h-s-nov" of a nmn who could thus al'ow an animal idenlilied with such a.-sociat ions to iro al siicii .price into the hand of r'amasrs. Aow. we c:vi state with ab.-olute author:ty. that there is not a word uf I ruth in all this story. Xo horse voile by (Jen. I J rant in any of his campaign- is now living one by an act :d(!rt broke his forc-leir- and had to be shot, and other.-' died.' The pamcpiar horse that lie rode at ... . . . n'Ksi)urr died some t line a-, "111 his ou-n hands."' beiiiir. as all others, ,..,r,.(l f0i- with all "the --oHei! mlo ih.-n i . ......1 1.,.: 1.1 .i.---i)i i.iuuip .-in 11 ;i- iiicu.- i ouiti -ny- ge.-t from a ohlier am! a man. On the contrary, there were few of the animals sold that Oen. Orant ha-! ever seen, not 'ne that he had eve ridden at anv time, or under anv cir- cum.-tani-es, and but one that be had j ever held a line over when drivinr. This is the .-imole 1 nit It :is ronm-H Z -.1. il ' ...... . 1- 11 ! wiiii tin- w o i s c 1 1 la u 1 1 cr en 1 1 a i M e a i " i tempt to worrv and annov a 'nun I i whose po-niou preclude- his replying sncli" attacks.' We have taken t he 1 ! libertv to state what is written from ' ., eonverat ion. bclievimr that it i- a dntv t bus to defend a Tnan who bv yiv. (;Cerge Fries' son drove about ry f - atth! in f:oi'.i. the lirairie n Tuu-d;" the ""-Jth ins.. Tliey were in iro-xl order. This remmd- Us of Mr Fries' condition about the beginnimr -j Julv last. lie is one of our mo.-t iiirifty farmers, living three nines east Ol (Jl'ei-oii. A', I r t.iino referred to, the irra.-shoppei's hud ta ken about even thinir on hisfarm--no einiun ours came, an.: lor a lime it looked -a3 -thouirh all his cllbrts to raise a crop wouhl result in disap- j jiointmcnt, but the rains came, the corn and other crops rrew, as they alwavS do in this eountrv in an ordi- . nary season, and now Mr. Fries in- (...., 1 ill 1 .......... J-..' lonns us ,:iat he will have plenty lor , all bis stack. Mr. Fries is not the ! only man 'in this and neighboring counties, Avhoso )ereverance lias i been thus rewarded. Many of -bis i ..I.r ,.,, .;.. o.-. i ,1.1 : 1 win iii.in m iii:.i neighbors were equally unfortunate at one time, but are alL right nov.': - riTt 'p: I Holt Co.-Times.-. Buried Treasure $200,000- in the Missouri Sivcr. Mr. W. L. Scott, of this eitv, who was one of the earliest settlers of this! section ol country, and a perfectly rcha- i ble man, has given us the followinir for , I publication ! In .Inly. JSil). the second steamboat ! umc ,'Vt'r P:,ss,,,t i " Aiis.-o:iU river struck a snag at the head of HademeV I lT1 T !K..ck and immediate M-nk .he boal , was loaded principally Willi govern-- ' :n,'nt ?lo?. h 11:1,1 ,ni,t!ie Ilo.kl :l hv:' i " ' n( .;; ' ? 71 '"m :ll 5-00,001 1 in nver com. which was ; ,ing taken to Council Hlutlsto pay the ( government trooiis stat.oned at that jilace, which was then th-rextreme out- post ol civilization. Mr. Scott, though a small boy at the lime, lived vry near me scene 01 the accident, and vemem ! bers well what Aas related 1v Jie olli- 1 cer.s ol the ".ihat at the time, and also by , the agents "f the government who eame ! some ; "-lie alter. Irtoking alter the lost ; 1 treasure. When the government agents I ' :llTn Ul? nv,'r h:ul swIIii t" mu-i 1 rill lvlif. til-it- wi viKt!H nt flu. ni'it 5. i Ti " governmentthatitwasimpos. - ibletore - cover the money or any portion ol the " " i"'"-' " l" ",v- earo. Fifly-six years have passed away, yet .mi. ncoiSa.N ne can now point out tne exact place where the unfortunate steamer lies buried with its valuable t.. i j.i. r(l T In i th-mIi-iMv tin. nh- ,., 1 (iiigo. jie i- in ou.ii)i ine oui mail' i;..;(r ,vi , i ' .i i, ' i , V " t'1' advanced m vears. '1 he ;oveiT.nient i ,.., ..... ,.,...., :.. :. :.-ti- .;i7 ,..- ti. i I ( I1 tl !-' ml the am 1 1 uiake the effort: or, if a release can bo given bv th government, private urt'es wilhm- douijtediy undertake :t. liooiivme hn irle. Revision. I of clonnt'iit divines are engaged, ha ! "w '''n goimr o'i'for live years, and to complete it probablv live more years will lie required. The revisers are re- 1 :1111 are vet to be decided. The i't-- 1 th' Apostles and the smaller Kpi-tles have .a:h had one revi.-ion.aiid will have to undergo a second. Work will next begin upon the Epistles of Paul, an-rthN it is antiiMpaled will oe e::pv a lony time. Xo one can realize ine iihiii.h: 'iLMOuni oi worK involved in this revi.-ion until he. examines the detaits of the work of the revisers. The iMimber of disputed points is very great, and it reiniires- :i vaL' amount oi re- -earch to .-atiaf.ictoriiy settle them. maii' of Its a very bad thing ior a lot of hoys to upajob on one of t'xdr number. hie evening la.-i week some oiinemore niriie. s youths ai.out 1 own einero.r into r- coitspiraev ai-'ainsf a ifiiileless voun'nan the rc- I .-ult of which was perteetiy stieee-s- ful. 1 hey tonl the youth stum; vvon derttil tale about sonicthing or other Iu oj-'ter to induce him to r into the vicr.mv oi tne grave vans. wnert iter ....I- , T , 1 ai;ree!,ent. a ghostly rppantion w - provement av lor itseif. Yet it is a nge-od up lor tin: occa-ion. He wei-r j po-ilile thing to do this, and there are but did not tarry, for .4H of a sudden , j:1nner -ki'i'.ful enouirh to accomi.lish a vv-hite-roped phantom rose up be- j th5s n.snu .,n,i this we hold to be the fM-e bin: All t he gho-t !y stones a,,.,-; tnu. ,lim n ,,e tttIitiVsitioii of the soil. .-Il the -tories l had ever heard o?-Tie nwt judicious improvements evn -pint.-? being abroa.l m the laud. xhnf0 M-hk.h ymMy ,,.lv tlt5 j:lv,re?.t -prof-caiiMMii-tauianeou-ly before his mind : its npiirc several vears to "brin- in his -srn nice a iiiountain rose. ' and ; i:,0ir-fnll r..;.n-ns Tt ?s n mntfor t pn"ipte(l by me lee nrv a situation cai lv iiie feeiimr that onlv , . iii iirot'ttice. t ne nil'tl.T ttl.HI tOOU- to III-' Hill's 'lllll lit - oul ,,M t(,wn :1S !,() ot!'01' yonlb has (lo!lt iai.". i here 1.1 no telling, out po- ibly such a scare might have ("m?(' softening of t he brain, ju-ovid- ed ! here bad been room for such thing; Maysville Register. Kith. After tiie eollap-e ol Southern Con- (.um.Ilt of b::?;ne?s, became possessor at fe.ieraty. three or four hundred tIl0 nolc nf :l .,.rnnn s:ii0on keeper. Southerner-, unwilling to hva under ! Tll0 ,l)tl. Pecoming due he took it to the Ihe goe-nnu.,,, otlh(. nit c! States, pal.tv aiuf presented it lor payment. The went t; jrazil, where they ."Helmed j In:ui" w.,5 ,lut plV)aiV(i t0 liquidate his l.ermanently to re.-ide. i hev were, , ohiitioii. and asked tor an extension however, disappoints in theirhopes. oftinu;. This being granted; and the am. oon expre-.-ed a de-invto ret urn ' conditions settled properJv.he was turn to their nat ive land, many of them; ;ng to leave when the German said : being m act ua. (list re.-s. Our gr.r- j .vS;nit vait von iKUo-vilcs, uns I gifs ernnienl tencered to them free pi-- ! - ou c;p .r:xs ,r()0t peers'" sage on board of naval vessels, and " -Vo 7 tha;.T; vou.I don't drink beer," twenty-lour hi- them returned toXew ( w-l, IVj,v " York "in !71. Since that timeothers ( Yv vou veeskees, thot have reached this -.-juntry by the , is )(.tu.r :ls S() UU)0(:h:, .-am- means, and now the tinted. r ti t i ii,.i,,t- wi.ic Staios steamer i-watara a. '(1 soon sail ' . . .,1 L-tfillMWlH MtlllolOI 1 ill wOUll Lltll ' for Fara. in U:-a.il. to bring to this, . , A' , pV, j, ., ,,' , i r 1 01 L iLl -nr r,.i,.:.. i:. COlIIllI V UlC It; I lull 1 1111:1 oi .-l.-ll I-.MIUII i ...-....if ,...:i..,i i nd them at "Warren Melvin. livinir I n.ile -.vest ' o ill i I II .in I t in, io inu 1 iiiiil I-.- V f 70(.v im-t :in.i ivlH-'-i uiinrni -.v. I . ... j.-". (.;,i,.,it no Sntnlav l.-mt A hovsf. 1 I. .11 ivliioti ho wis s'l.hMhi.r re-irei! -t, i h(.aVilv noon him" breakrr,"- one of his lejrs above the knee jon.t' Keck Port Journal. : . .. . . a . . ' i Farmers bring in your wood and sub scribe for tiiG J.iEl'L'BLICAX.-. LDTSANE. ! Sad Sequel to the Chariton- 3apc and Hanging Case. We laky' the ibilowp'g. account of the melancholy sequ-d-to the recent rape . ""'gmg case, in Lhanton county. ; Horn me lruuswicxer: j Mrs Vir-in. the victim of the nerrn i Moore's brutality, has not v,t reeoveTed in.m the phvical injuries and mentr.l T u,n 1; ,ece:'ed on that oec-i-i.m i ?ye.m acriiiea! condition, aad manv ' x'ho 1:lv,; St'''n i,or l'1 i'v that i ,(. .Vi 1 never re-iin tin- i-m c.,i-rt -r j v lS1':;;, ! .jos .essed i,reviou to the tr-rrit. j assault. A km. .vice of the a:lair was j ja.j,t from a-edlather .lude Price :ls iOR!r as .o-ible, but lie iinalTv learn- i.-u ,ne p.uucaiars, anu tiie ( :iect upon him was what his friends had ieared. He grew perfectly wild with rage and grief, and hi actions since have parta ken ol the nature of one ahno.-t or quite bereft of reason Ami littli. -A-nnildi- !i-i? ...1 .1 1 1 ... . i the old man should be erased bv the ; i-. i..l a . t. .. 11 -i' neauneni wnicn Jus Deioved oaiimer suiiep-d. AS the account 't ! tho affair is gathered little nt a time j fnm iiu- .-.till t.-rritiel woman its !,.- taiis grow more horrible, :::ore revolt ing, aud-:hose v.'ho hear the storv Avon- .rn' i der at tiie calmness -f thi 'Men who sw:mr the blaci; fiend into eternitv ; ''h(.r.h:ive 1.....M nv, .,-,..:,;.., ,.r ,, , , -i iiiv for the Iwi-utlv writfii .i.i.nnn ti,n - , ' AUUC.n -i'i'ng the negroes .-better lor them if such senti- nH.i1IS eome still .;,,,. from i? iv,f..., "i nV C(, h" '. 111 ' ' l", 110111 1110 Wninb ol their thoughts. The crime was a hellish one, the puni-hment was light :n co.pa:so-i, .mil the man who would oheV an ap;dbgy for th.1. one. or a word of condemnation ol the latter; is himself capable, of a like crime, and 'his neighbors will do well to both shun and watch him. Collars and Cr.lfs at Mrs. ISuskirks The Higher Aim iu Farming-. The higher aim of even I'niollif d.nl ; jiensi . AVise husbandrv regards ihe ; farm .-.mply as ;l machine for turning i out errfps. The machine :.s the matter of lir.-t importance. This is ahvavs to be kept in good running order, efficien cy is to be increased by all economical methods. The ir:ui who farms unor. i im- sysien. nevei sa Tince son lor a great crop. Hi-?im is to have everv crop found it. Ho aims in every work ing of the t, to :ucre.ve its iiep:h and to add to it more elements of fevlilit'- i than he removes m the crops, an F u J make the crops not onlv pav for them- I selves, but to pav for the improvements 0f tiie acres upon which thev are "rown h, earrvini: out this aim, so'as toVealie ; these W-suIts-. a man shows his skill as a euitiva-or. It is :i- comjiaratively easy thing lor anv one wlio fia--menev to im prove :he i-oii so that it .shall produce crops paying for the labor of growiifg them and ihe interest on '200 or $:W) an acre. Stable manure enouirh wet! jilowed in. will d.-. this. 1 tut it is alto- ' .ri.t.,... .mot!.or niniti.i- to himL,. ?m. ! ,,,.1...- ;,..,M.,t.... ti,.,t , .. f..,..: .n t,J ii.i'''ii..i. ' mil iiii lilLtllll!; J,l,lT'- ; iilotrMwiiiiubi i.m ..mP- i.i. -hmi...i i..,t that thv sl-oulti feel settled1, and plan all their operations upon the farm- as if they expected to spend their days upon "Vot You Lives on, Anyways?: e:ti-ei t"n Toli-fln In llir rit-.-litm vv .IV, X lllillltv Jil9 1 HJil l Mil"" i ino- . ' t.,. :i ,p. Ti.n,,.w.T flv mn r' J 'I1W. Villi, I - J . ! haf gf;t vines."' jerking down a bottle with a flourish. j Again the quiet "Xo.J thank you, I on t arniK wine. ,.1.1 13- it "A ot! vou don t tnnks noddir.sr veil, w . 1 vou von goo- Once more, ",o, I thaiiK you, I don t Cllll.M- . "Mein Gott! '-'exclaimed "the Dutch- ma throwing, up, both hands, 4,nc peers, no veeskees, no vines, no dobae ec, no noddingsi vot you live on, any-, way-r-bedatoes-j'-eh?" Toledo-Blade .