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(..; i -'AMotney aud'Counselor at-Lh; Pomeroy, Ohio. Oeloc at Iks office of the liugaf Rub- Solt Co. I "itt4; - ' ' " ' " ' 1-)V 1 " 1 " ' 1 -E '4 rJ-- ' - ." i ). T '! i LEWIS PA1MB, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Pomoriiy,' Ohio'. Office in' the Court House. ..... ?-'i . w. hamptow," '"'XVtoriiey'iiid' Counselor at Law, Cheshire, Qallia "toktyi dhlo. ' Prompt attention given to the '"olleetjin'of oWs. "W V. ,"J p-l) a t-,,,1 T : . : - t . , j,; -' ' " ' . ,. . , G. t. SIMPSON. i'a:p. sisiPspsi.. :,; : afk.M.nva&nd CouoseloVs at Law. Pomoroj, o., WLU,..nrait)c'in .tho counties of Athens, Oallia ...awiT'Meifni alio in jiason county, West ond adioining counties. , OfSco sceoiid story. Smith s , building Court street... ' H?'1 i-.'.. ARTM HAY,i,...'-i '. . i Attorney at law, Harrisonville, Meigs county, Ohio, will promptly attend to all business that IWMitrastod to hlsoare, in tho several Slate l'rtaMtCObit and io the 0 S. Courts for llic i .Korlhoin and Soulhunt Districts of Ohio. 7-1 j nVBAKRVtl 'Al.T VOMFAtr.' Bolt 45 wnts.ner huih'ct.'" Offico noar the fur- ..bU; ' tio;rB7How, Agwit. M FOMfiROt 'ALir COMPANY. '7 Salt lcents ' per1 bn'sVoU 1 ,P"J W,A. AJCHBIl, , . . , , Wathmaker ..an4..Jweler, and wholesalo and M,l 'retail dcalarjn Watches, Clok, Jowolry. and .i . Fanoy Uids, Fsonttjstmet, kolow 4he Huniugton , Uoa, roaieroy.1 (Particular, attention paid to rewatriugtl attiploe in my line. M , IjYMAN, " . fainter aud piaior,,of k room. ofX. Lambraoht's 'fjHttJN wait side.Court street, Pouieroy, ,""-V"r' r'- ' i'? 01" . 'h.'jDealer Jn and manufacturer of Umbrellas. Court: street, 2nd door from iFront, Pomeroy, Qbio. JU ajsa; mpairi JuJtirellas, and purchases old lenes at liberal prices. - - ft" .feMUw'tf? .,.( ,Ti:,y. JJ'xrii n'ilnn tnned and rcriaired'..'.' 4i il'.i ! ii ' i.ta ..' I .-tun.' il. ,AB,XWIHTfY!!RSr. . ' Attornoys and Counsellors Law. o Prompt at. . taattoBi glVtn. to all business intrusted to their ears. Office en Cwart.itrwVP-omtorby, 'e9 eeuaty, iflhiot"-! -'t ." i'."i't 80-tf. , pEliJ'ISTlfjjr. ill BB. D. 0.1-WHAiBVyDtlU' tjme "CnJrfStret, one door 'terbw 'McQliigg 11 A eWrtH's' Leather Btbrei' Workf "trnrrai ted. -i.i ,Ji.l'I .w.,;.it t i -ti-t i'i -"1 i.. n.ix".-. .,- 'n.,.;l,') inn.l: ; , ,l 'life; CiteOltGfe! k."ACKttT,';,': ;' XI would respectfully tender .b,hj, sofoasional ,,SrTloeatothe ettisona af Pemeroy and vicinity, " Offlea in Smith's Be building, on Court struct ,.riierhejaaj he foaud at all ims, except, when ,ptofeaaioDallrahsnt. .i s ,., ,,.... M: Po4Wro,4aiiurjr.,XT, MTlom.!,,,,,.,,, :ni ,".ii. DsfffiV JvKriiii7A'y! . . u v .i r rT . , t "'i''-i : - . 1 D 5, PAINTS, BRUSHES, iftSPerfumery, and faney Varnishes, DTreslaf .articles, Front street, Pome M&sitateMirWapV- .' 'H iirT ,''J"i omeroy unio. rresenp- .'ttrderiilJed on .sto'ri1 n it?yJ' '1 ,' -K ' T(Sf 1 I ' baa wiaOiwrt FAHB .niol bWWWmmI'I stviour i n,: i i.i. aWW aaaaawriMla tx MeaUaetiag of Bounty .;.a.ii Tiirearf nanrJ andi Dsaaiona dua to dis- .aMMaBmaeargM soiaiers, ana ias-wwewa or tMunMMd soldiers.0 6ant iAthlatioart ilouae. - - (7-X-tf.l 1 ui "Hi :n.f. ii i)i j i XufiOBoe aa4 realiekoe, bAltfeetterdJ; loW B1M, ja iiiop'i w v.. - . Hce Aoura frp.t,-.as., lie 1 p.-ni., siad j ... . , . 1 1 . - ...:.7iin. IlimaosaiUe to attend to all bos r iaesa i iu araaeat,eaadltlon,I have eUaaoalln '. i .Am. All bit friendaeaa ralv .! ja tadiBg e a,py rasideBoe during the abeje . Aanra Bas prfaa40aially abseat. ,.. f8-40-tf, ii nn ni .BIPLET A IirjBD, i on ' -i'i ri.'ii Til Ih anal LfoBMttte .nft.'j., .i u hii'mi. e 'iu " U O K , . - lOJi(3A0BLA WHISKIES, VV'' Lianara . frHmtinl'-' ' aare are lAriieoLtaaau anil' vxaaaimA - -1 .. .... . . -w. rL.X dif , T.o. ar at" .. . l--'itr,ff"VS - a ovan. I . , Oastonvan art (Aritecl ta sail and nmt'H1. THE WIFE TO HER HUSBAND. . The Christian limes says the following beauti ful efTirsion is from the pen of a member of the "Society ot Friends."-, It has won several hus bands from the club and the bar-room to their domestic hearth. May it win many more. You took mo, William, whoo a girl, unto your home arm heart. To bear in nil your after-fate a fond and faithful part; - . . ' ' And toll me, hare I ever tried that duty to fore- no, :!. , .. i , ,. Qr pined there was not joy for me, whenyou wore sunk in woer . Nol 1 would rather share your tear than other's irloe. - '" For though you're nothing in the world, you're all too world to m ..; You mnko a palaco ot my shod,. this rough-hewn bench a throne; There's sunlight for me In your Bmiles, and mu " - gio in your tone; Hook upon you when you sleep my eyes with tears grow dun, I ory,0 1 Parent; ;f.,Vhie poor, look down from' Heaven on bimd i -i .t.- Id him, toil from any ' to day, exhausting strength and Soul: 0 look With mercy on him,' Lord; for thou eanst make hita Whole. - -i And when at last relieving sleep has on my oye ! -, lids , smiled.. '. ,i ,i .. . How oft are they forbailo to close in slumber by . ,. .our.chilul .... ; i I' take the little murmurer that spoils my span of ' ' rest. ' ' And fool it is a part of thee I lull upon ray breast.' mere only one return I cravo, l may no! need it long, . i . .'. -. ' , And it may sooth thee when I'm where the wrctchod feel ho wrong; , I itsx hot for less frugal fare, If such as I have , . gut. - i ' i-i : :; SuOlce to mnko me fnir to thee, for mora I mur- , - t uiur not; ; .' '.' But I would nsk some nbnro of hours which you ,1! qji clubs bestow, ; Of knowledge, which you priso so much, might I not something know? '. ' Subtract frorti meetings among inch, each eve, an hour for mo, -., "i M nke me eoaiiinnion of your soul, as I may safc- ' .. ly.he. If. you will read, I'll .sit and. work, and think when you're away; . , Less tedious I shall find the time, dear William, of your stay. -A inoet eoinpsnieu soon I'll. bo, o'en of your stu- . dious hours,. .. , And teacher of those little ones you call our cot- " , logo flowers. .' ' . ,.. ,. ,. JETS. D. IN PaTTICOATS. . , '. , ,'i .. '. : t it A OXO gl'.VO IX XBW OBLKA.VS. ' Jeff, bavls was a lioro bold, " ,! ' ' You've hoard of hiin, I know, '' 'i ;' 1 1 ' He tried to make himself a King - ." i; Whero Southern bruesos blow; . . m.r But Uncle Sum, be took tho youth . , ; Across his mighty knee, . ,i And sptinkcd him well, and that s n'n end ToroyalJtfry l. . . Choiius 0, Jclfy D, you flower of chivalry, 0, bravo old Jolly 1).,' ' ' "' Your empire's but a tin-clad skirt : O, e'hanuiug 4un Repoat.J , I ' : ieff. Dnvls, he Was always full Of bluster and of brag,' :., IIo said that on the Northern wellr Ho would plant his rebel rng; . But when to haltle ho il(d go,. ! '" IIo siiys "I'm mit so green, ' ' " ' : To dodgo.tho bullet.' I Will wear' n i n :.; My tin-clail crinoline." ..',!' Chorus O, JcBy 1)., .'. 'i fiii'ii ' Jeff. Davis snw the gamo was up,1 "' ' ' ; Jle started for the woqdsi ' 'i:l'; '' His Baud-box- hung upon his arm !l' 1 ! I i ii All full. of faney goods , i , u .' i.i,.no ays, "they'll never take Be noir, i I'm jiura I'd riot bo, seen, . ;'v;i.: They'll never think to look for me -,' "' ,; Beneath my crinoline." ' -i; ChorusOj Jcffy D., ic, .' , ' " ,...il This. Davis had, the people say, i ,v; , : ; A miuo of. golden ooin, .. ... i,.', ,, , . , V'hifih be from banks and othor, place ' , M'unn.ged o purloin; ' , , ',,' . 1 But whito he ran liko everything, ' ' Ho hail to drop the spaons-;- " 1 ' j And innv bo that's the reason why Ji iit , He ;dropped his pnhtaloons.i ; ChOrus-i-O, JaffyD'., -. .. t; You flower of thiralroe, Mill ;,.YOU(0IPU-0' bllt,, ;,.,,, .:. ,. I.P,SVW'S i&TP'X. I ' jEFrDAvis dream: ;.!( ' - liini. il' I.I i .',! j' One day-while nitting in an old fasliioneJ high' backed chain in i the porkir of . hluielnt Kickmond' iu May, 1862, .dnjoyinsjiia,- good piposnd Northcrit paper, and haviiig iuHt.be couie interested in the-latest news, 1 heard the door of the room open mid tho footstep of: tWo perilous anproathtiig. , They eeemed tbi be taiikingi conhdeiitially together; sod 1 thought itniny'duty to make known piy -urea-ence. by some lign, oi that l uiilif ot hear' anything" not intended for . my .ear,, but on peering into die room- imagine my ,urprise when ll reeogniilei, in ,tbo, toccupaots, eff. 1 Davii and his traitor friend, Twrniis of .Gepr3 gia,; , I, lieituted no longei, but gculetl myself bacin my aeut n,nd beut ever energy, to.ljsten tq the convjersation .whicb,!;Was carrier ii?n i.t slpwtbne.-, i.r , , .:.,(, 1 ' l.tillt said Hoornbs, .Jv Pvis,.you irnust not' givewnji Mj,the;ragarie8of ypur brajp,.. Cqrne, :tcUi sna. B,butJhijv.on4erfuy drcatn, .a,nd my word for it, you will fee.1 bet rr nfter the' reettiLr,t)aviB, rising, turned .the key in the door, arwieauining his sent close bv Toombs, gAve the foJ lowing version of the dream that' disturbed him. Said . hej 1 . had a ., party of frioo4 to Buppei; last night,, who prolonged their Taiti ta B kte hour. .1 ate heartily, dur Uig the teing, Bnd , experieflcea. 1 strnge feelirlg ,-of ( heaviness before , retiring, .V.JMy room, you know, is well supplied with ,liirgo windows, and tjfs .night being,B splenidiij cine; (jay on roy buck gating , oi)t .on the h.caveus, iparkling. s it.WerprWAtOiarnpnds, and ru mrnating on Ihe desuny of, tbeCoufiiderflpy. ;How lengn eonauJ?d,thii,: f know not, but stealing :Ovr: my fenSea, as it, appeared to mc, inatftPtlT came a clearer, perception, pfJotuM oawa front the begioaing. I Uiough,'t, piyself im Washington, in .that same roejm wherej we l met that night to perfect our plans, for Uie destruction of the great Republic, , Jjlipught that you were there, Tpombs, and Breckin'' ridge, and all th rest, and I seemed tq live over again the closing scenes winch were en acted in Congret,"and I was 'stnitled from' the contemDlation b"a low. deh.' solemn "voice clou by my piflowj shying. "Jefferson xjoiib yciiriDUH Lin.ioi 1 U1B WHO ino. UV' 'gihriirig'. "I started and looked rotind' to see who It Was that spoke in those awful tones,' and a cold Chill of horror crept over me as I saw a 'dim,' shadowy figure 'disappear in the distance.' - Presently my gar becam fixed,' and befor''in passed the Vhole1 SoutheYri land; one State after: another. Maryland, mi. "nil."' mril.i.... I -e Mwns u i,.-':j uio- a nrt I'.iv.i Moii ocean. dnait;n P- . i" too --"" waiCB ar . -t M,cno'i out the mot deadly, damning hate rankling in her heart; Georgia, 68' with' the endrmous weight of her sins"' and rier 'pitssions'i anxious to give them vent in the warm blood of the Northern heart; Bnd so passed they all, one after the other, the last appearing still more hellish than the first 1 No sooner were these ended than by some singular chnnge in my position, I imagined myself standing on ' the top of Bunker Hill, and oi:oe more the panorama of the States was presented before me. Jliis time it was of the North. ' But why enter into the details of this vision, tor 1 saw them in air the beauty of their free system - the child ren on their why to school, the old people to tho noon-day prayer meeting, the; farmer in flm fintit nn,J IK 'ii)inlnr in hi stud v. AH tfis pas'8eq rapidly hefore e, and I felt a fire in my hearty that to m'y 'disordered brain threatened to consume me -entirely. Again the. scene changed, and I found myself on a height overlooking Charleston harbor, just at the moment the' ' Star' of the West was at tempting td carry provision !td the starving garrison withirr'."' 1 saw-thfc' shot fired, forcing her return, Wrf miy1 htot' siirik' within me as 1 heard tlmt'de.'sdle'Voice clbse besidei me say, ''Jefferson' Divisl'Jd'lferton 'Dnvis'l' this is voUr. flreriaittti6h','f6r the' halrlVi-i' Again, l Saw anbtner'fleet sail to the relief of- Sumter saw the' 'bombardment aild 'its final full. ! ' Once Ttrofe I imagined myself stfltiding oni the Bunimilr df Bunker -Hill,, and thi whole North ' lay spread oa't' at' my feet," atid, my Clod! the change1 that1 had come over' this landl Where: from .this very spot and ex tending out to its furthest corner, there was a hurrtfiig td and fro 'men' 'shouldering their rtluskcfs litid hll tending to one point, Wash ington. My eyes ftftrly blazed from my head, When - ota, tho. olear-. (hluj fjnjboyeme, 1 heard once again 'thS niysterroiis' voice" ring ing in my ears, .."J,efferson Davis, Jefferson Davis! behold the armed lesions of the North; see the agony of. parting, seo .the misery and desolation that are to toiiow. Jeuerijoii Ma vis, this is your work 1" . My limbs trembled as I heard these words, uttered in those awful tones. My brain reeled, and I fell headlong from my position. ., ... . ,. , At this nnint. Jeff. Davis stormed talking and wiped the cold sweat from his brow. r ioonibs remarked Hint it was a most wondeft 1 ui dream-most wonderful, w en Jefferson, resuming, said : I thought that my full was not sudden, but that 1 occupied some months a my 'descent, nnu during loose mouths 1 could tee LiaColnlA Anaconda- tightening its lolds ,tU tajrouna) llJtpnteclcraej ana 1 kilt the ocrtia4h(aU w5t,that we wciild be cruslicdj 'ojnrBjolti jdisstrnetion, - 1 saw thtti.cikpturelof.i'urislfenr'y and Doaelaon, and a thrill, of horrqr crept:TCf ime us I, saw that traitor-; to the ; Koi'tliarlavsiith, f loyd, uteuj awiiy iu the darkness of tlie, night, leav ing uc. rest .to UL'sirut'iiun. Along me lines I Biiw our armies possessed of a fearful dread, flying from Nashville and Columbus; saw the battles of Pea Ridge, Pittsburg Landina, and. all the others,' and ulmost initliaHuwlfp-g :'of an eye, the great army of'ithe Potomarnder Meade. i pressing OA? to llichmondlln-iirll its mighty proportions, peju-ed before me; w4 I lclt that all was loat ,, Again the solemn voice rans in my ears, "Jeffeison Davis, Jeff erson Duvisl: thy doom is sealed; - meet thy reward! i JNo sooner wero tliese words ut tered than: in the distance. ,1-Jieard an un earthly shouting ud yeUing .that, grated, on iny feeling dike roJ-hiit iron drawn through every portion ot uy body,; Soon mere ;cnme in sight what 1 1 found to my horror to be a body guard ot imps, :,eiit irom tuo bottom less jiit4o). .bring -niC ita . judgment.' Placing themselvfli.' -arotwd and under my body, we descended rapidly towards Hades. . ooi) we found ourselves landed on:a barren rock in the most desolate, ;place -ppssible for you to imagiiie;: Stepping: rpund o one angle, it: disclosed to my view a wide entrance, and all around it grew the most boautil'ul flywers, and 1 seemed to hear Uie .most ooautitiil sounds imaginablov .One of my guards here spoko to me and said, .',iCbil.d:ot; .mortality, follow !' Ho led ;the way and I followed closely; It was. not i long befors, theibenuty ,of. the en trance .passed . away ,-nn-i all became . dark, oaryianddeaohite.'! , Travelling what seemed to Toe a treiit dietanqe, we. at last came to a .,lgreat iron floor, the naile upoii;vkieh seemed taiarkle ,ai)UiPliKe with; some intense, heat within., mUera-Brtt- an eldcrly.impi as a, door- keeper.and byhis side was a very large book, in which were wnttpn, in .letters, pt., pre tfie nsvtnes ol; all tne damnod who had.preoeeded me.: 'sciuld of ain, ' spoke the old man, vwho art thoh?"- -iDdil-Answerod, .rerily, myl.Oirain reels'nnd d Iraowimot. 'Uhiul ot.ainnteH me by what namB tlioui wort known on the'enrth?"' and inawered,ideuerson IMtisj n A o: sooner had 1 uttered this jtine,.tliaii the imonwith . honriblei it .nevar-to-be-formittom- scirecch,' sprang to a djsuint corner, anettbodilstaring with gleamipigieyftbsliis, chat seemed U loathe me with aJnostitrtmeniouj lputliing.ii, I tried to .approach them', Jwt they Iwould not ferniit it, seeming leartul otuny.unntnoi wrtn mo: jiorror-stmckciiiaud amated at Una coudoct Of, tliose I thouglrt: would bo; m)'friml.i 1 re; turned to the door which J , now found open. NfJ'iotuwT htdiJ enttrt'd than the door. closed with ahewvy soarf.dv.oml i-, heard rolling and rolling-aq,: trie, ujtriiito,ny ')iaM ns 1 was tliuS iirtj-Odvepil to the society of the- damned.' On-wardi-and ,.dnYtird I fband oiyselfotraxel;. ing, anu ever anu uuuii, as i passea. oy ,aome ;poor.,wietca,',trtWiT in ail lie mlserv bf the iloat,. iwol(l ,tantA imy, eyes , to catoh : One Jtiok or; yinpaiiij,,uo ' gimiue io.i, i eolrimtsserauon for myifate, but in yaiitiiAJl seemed Wi look upon n with, a, drearuul horrof, iuid pointing their bnrnt fingers of scorn us -I passed, whis peridi t'Uell Mi iiagi mil hell its diagrocedl ', Hlirrying.fastoc on I at last.fouttd myself be fore an open door, having printed overhead in -letters 'of fire,.,,''ifwt! aiul.feeeitie. thii i(W.'.i I learffd, piiditkoreiiaithe .middie of a. large apartment; was; i rawed Bi.turonei of living lire, and imin it sot- the most awful be- jr lever beheliL On bis hendiWias erewn Ot-living acorpiftiM, '8, nd, pound , Jiis, , npek and eoiledniri bis lMfea was lhtfeftdirL rBttle snake, 4t LhaAiut.a.ihort time to loofi. when. jSB.iVoice.oft Hlrdftfe.aaid, ito, mer!fWho' art thouY Asrrtiothrtmrli ithn' lontr arches 'ttirduoTl which 3 Aarl passed eamd the Hrlswer AUrfleraon Uavig! IJetlerson -Uavist ! Hell is diBgraced cart him out!". Transfixed with horror, iths devil seemed ,t gaze upon me, nod in a toice of hwful dojith and hardness, said! to iroetn'JeSerson' Davis, once nppn a' time, I who sit' here, Jailor of, tho damned,' ambitious to be something 'greater than the greatest, rebelled, "and was cast forth, and thjs . sentence was passed upon hie; to sink flown to hell and bay dominion oW all the inniqi ty of tlie world Bntil n greatcr' than I -Should be released and my dominion be'given to him. Jefferson Davis, lone 1 have waited, long ttaVve I tempted, butdit vaiBj' Until to-day' you' ap-l Dear Detore mcnoaoeai oown wim a crime Mat eI ahttddbWaWBsef) rO(r. Jeflersdri' Da- ilt!fv .i iioihihotm''-HtBsteatdfldorbwB."i rll Id vtn. 'iYIv" ?dT 'it!iilTi' t.'i-4thnd '- a A. i,. .HTiiTnat awful words, w, i seemed to freelb 1H my veins', and the. most horrid wail of fcory rose from the myriad of tne numnea, ana wiui a snout j awoKe, treni ti .1 . j . . , i:Jt ii!.1 , . . ' i, . . I ling in fevery; liBib, a cold perspiration all over me, and broad Htiylight streaming in through my winaows. auo scenes seemed so real, and my doom si 'prophetic, that it preys upon me like a cankw, 'and I find myself unablo to cost it off. ,, , r 1 ' Davis here ceiised speaking, and they both rose, and unloclihej the door, passed out, and as they passed; I caught a glimpse of them, and never till life day of my death shall I for get the haggardfeareworn faces of those two trnitnrR Jr RirnAHn. '.lit Thciotdler Blittl.,,, I I' . One day in thiL-.'lmit'or'l6K'iCbJf.! a Chippewa Indn, lWiug in-'the horthern wilds of Visconsinj cap'turcd, an eagle's nest. To make sure of: his urize. he cut the tree down, and caugt.,tne eaglets as tney were sliding from the,!ne.st to run and ,h!de in.tlip irrass. One died. He took the other home. and built it a tiest'close by his1 wigwam. the eagtei was US..IJ1K ub u leii. leuvcieu wun soil. .... ' i.li ' li i -iv brown down. The red children were delight- ed.with their ue tibk and as soon as it got acauainted it pked to Bit down in the grass and eeetlierA pliy, with the dogs.- ' pi; Chief Sky was poor' aid he, had to. sell it to & white man for a 98'leJ, f;,'por, , ' The , wbltqj fiian . brought it Jp Ban Clairje,,4' )ittl6. village ajivq with whiteinen goihg' to tlio ,wn'r, .''iler.e ,is a recruit " said the man. 7, '.'A'n eagle', iiii eix gle!" shouted, thj s6(diers; '''let' hiinV.e'nllst," and surc enoiigl he was sworn itVtohf serv ice with ribbQiisJardund his ,' neckj' red, white1 and blue.',' '', $ ..,.' ' '' ,',""','," . On a rjercri. surmduhted by the stars and stripes, the company took him to Madison, the cnpitol of the state. As they marched in to Camp Kandotl, with colors Hying, drums beating, and the people cheering, the eagle seized the ling, in his benk ami sprcid his wings, his bright eye kindling with the 'spirit of the scene. The bird of Columbia! the. eao-le of freedom forever!" , The Stale made him aTiew percB, the boys named him "Old Abe,"' ami the regiment, the eigth Wisconsin, mi linn f.fiwth is Hod tho '"Ebi'Ic Hc'riinent." Oin' thtfuiarch it was carried at the fiead of the eornp'tttiy, and everywhere was greeted with delinht At St Louis, a gentleman offered five hundred dollars, and another his farm.'. The boys had no notion ol pan,: ny wrtn tne mra. It was above price, an emblem of' battle and of victory. Besides it interested their minds, uqd made them think .loss" of Uaitlsu'ps and of home: .' ' ;- " ' I cannot tcll'you iiH the' droll adventures of tlieJbird through 'Its three years ol service, its flights in th uir, 'fights . with the guinea! hens, and its' race willi tho darkles. When thi! regiment whs 'in 'slimmer quarters at Clear Creek, in Dixie, it was allowed in Dixie, it was allowed- to run at large, una every morning went to tne river hafta mile ofteifflt shlnshcai.rid'pl'd in the water to its'tiiuft's BtoV-'5ryT lUIUIIIIIIg JW VfKJJ .p.,.LI. utMJ.......... Atie's favorite place of resort vjlij the": Itttlbr s .L.In' Tn iAwUn'Ulhdn 14 i,n,iV,K ' .I'f 1 rt ..... ulmM n Ihu nhmkpti mhnd .NH4niiii.iul . I.! nMlaniii) ' Hilt rutinna nrn trfo days Abo had nothing to cut iTnTslliuKt' ne orjicciea to, ntsiinir was uiHtiirreoHuiueta-Mfvi: Tom, his bearer, could not get ueyonu IB -. . . ' . . . . V : lines to n'tnrm-yurd. At last, pushing his way to the Colonel's tent, he pleaded forpoor AUe. tno nuionei. cave nun a puss, nnu Tom got him an excellent dinner. . . I' . Une day I a robel tarmernsKeo lam 10 come Bnd. show the eagle to the children; V Satisfy ing the oiiriosityuf the family,- Tom.Tswt liim down: in tuo barnyard. u wnat a screccuing and scattering among the fowls; foil what should Abe do but' pounce upon one and gob ble up, another, to the great disgust ot the 'farmer, who declared that was not iu the bar gain. Abe however, thought there was no harm in confiscation, nor did Tom. I , Abe was in twenty battles, besides many skirmishes. IIo was at the .Siege of Vicks- brrrgi thd starming of Corinth, and matched with Sherman up the Bed ltiver. : The whiz of bullets ilnd serbam of shells wore, his de light As the battle grew hot and",hotftciyiie would Him his wiiiL's and mini.de his wildest .i f , it , .nones jvitu tue, noise, arounu ium, tm- was very tqna tji music, especially uiiKKB Aoouie anq.Old John .prown;. Upon parade fye al- Vflysgava heed to, "Attention., -ttjtitjlns 'eyq8,on the. commander he woiild . listen and obey orders, noting- timo accurately. After paraue pa wouiu pujt ou, ms soiuiriy air, unp Iiis"win23 arid make . himself at lioine. The rehels called him ' "Ynrlkeft 'BnzSarld." "Old vyni, uuu u.im:. ,uiiiu iiuiiii., uu, .iiu.uiu hub ,iiiiu auuvv nuiiviii . The rebel (rtfaerai Price irkve oVderS fd his .mch.'to be shre' Rfid.ciotur'o the eu'gle'bf ' Hie eigntn Wisconsin; ne wouiu runner nave 11 thaH & dozen battle Rtt'gs.' . But for all tliBt'be' i. l.-.Ll. -ltrtii'j. J!.,.,,-,, '...J . i- 1,-LlLl r scardlyj lost' ajjibafher;, only ono frohl his" right,' wing.1,"! His" fail 'feathers Were'' 6n.ee1 crbpped'by a'polltrt '".'""' ""I '.TV,.S. ; ' -'At lust' the grWt Wllioii cntriettt: hfi Viid,' .j i- w:.-.-j. ftJUii; -i.i.iiv.!u uuu tiu. uihvd lauiuwiii iiK"V'M mi , iiivii live eagle atid'their torn and' Tiddled'lflagp' wert welcomed hack toMndlsoh.- ' They wcat out's thousand klron":' and r'eraVhcd'.'B ftrtlef barid: s6iirred and' ittiil' worn, hiiying 'fddght 1 ndwhtpfihoiai,er-bird?i'iln tHfe" hnrte. Ot.uiS caiianr v.cTerans, v;pt. won -present himtjothe State.'' Gov.'1 Lewis accepted trio illustrious gift, and amnio quarters ore provi ded for him' in' .the peau.tiful State houso gronh(l8,' where may he lbng live to tell 11s ' . ""WV'.'A t: 'Jui- Iliii-Ji-- JiSl'V nunbaerueo itoiu luu.qruuiunuu Fiirunu, . 11 'When' through rhe fVosH awakcncd land I The thrilling cry of freedom rang. " - ; -, 'NW is-lhiS tho'Viid'yet.: -At'the'trerrt fair. ifi Chicago; InW.'sdnime'r'JiTi ehterprising gen tleman Invited "Abo" to attend. ' 'He had col ored phoforgajihs bf the old herd struck 'off, and sold $lfi,70O worth for the benefit of poor and sick soldiers. 1 Has not thtf American ea gle done his part? ',''.. :":,ZU ' , ' ni Iffii-iii. nt -Mil .n - .ii!'i'i -, i-rr'i-vi.i" h..JSiF1The man thr.t "don t lake no newspa pers''1 wast in town with his wife and children nil Saturday,. , His purchases at .he corner grocery were pne gallop of whisky at, 2 50, one pound "smoking tobacccr" $1 50, arid itwo,pliig "chawiin tobaceer" $1, 00, ..wjth a few other family comforts. , His "rharketin". consisted of ."a bushel a bushel and a half or two bushel" of red beans, a larga bundle of rags, et cetera. He didn't want fq fell, for money, "as he had 'heiirri tell as how the banks rid aU break some day, an1' he didn't want tq lose. '''"Whisky he, could drink and tobaceer he could chaw, but gioh money didn't know what would come on it" , His, wife meantirrie consoled herself, with art did pipe, from which she' exhaled enormous 'pnffs of Braoko,' soon filling the room, and causing us to mnke speedy exit We, noticed thpnr-, tjr'landed with : heir goods ' msiin "fbt the' nvelf ifnd crosaih into1 "Vaweiniaw"' happy' irl' th'eir ignorance, !aud: 'having proualilj no wish br thought berond'tlrcir' .present, lot' . Gallivolit Journal " i1 ' " : - n WeatcdAn Honest; IndaMHona -ii.i. '' !; Boy"-" sun i" iH.!'. , -,l iii- vni'ifi r. .jii-.tu p.ii'i hi i i"i-i..,i; mi vh-i;.!i: ; We lately sow, an advertisement headed as above. -.It conveys to every boy an impressive moral lesson. ' ,.-,! ,-.. I. ;m. ! -it ot :"An honest, industrious . boy' n is . always wanted. lie will be sought for; hi&sorvices1 will be in demand; he will be spoken, of in terms of high commendation ; be will Always have a home; he will grow up to bo a tuan of Known worth and established character! r He will, be i wanted. The merchant will want him for a salesman or clerk ; the master mechanic will want him ' for an apprentice or a journeyman;, those with a jtb to let -will want him for, a lawyer; patients will wantihim for a.phypioinn ; religious congregations for ay pastor, i parent for -a teaoheri oCtlwir children;, Uid Au,efi) Cor ftl;,-'t'rfwrrT I lie willibfl; wanted. m townsmen wllu want hun as a citiien ; acquaintances, as.a heigh- Dor: neighbor, as a trientli lamiiiea, as a. vis itor; tho world, as an acquaintanoe; eay,' girls will want him for a beau, and Anally for a husband. -. ,, ' ,. ;.. ' . -.. l An-honest, industrious boy! Just, think of it, boys, will you -answer this description ?- Can you' -apply for. this situation?. Are iron sure thatyoui, will, be wanted. ,Yoh may- Ije smart and,; active, but that docs not: (ill the. requisition are you honest ? You may be capalle-Ttrarp,youjindiistrious. ' You may be wcJl dressed ,ud ,creuw o lavorable! tmpres- siou nt flrtit, sight rii),lyou,,boJ.U honest and tniluslnous I .ni.mM ,.tft 'p. v-?.i -ill i are 'aunlities'Li'Oli. OQw '. would ..vou-ifceL your cnaracter npr, oping iijus psjaiiusnea. oo ,Jyar-, ing tjie words "1 can t'e'piploy you) ' Jiroth-, . - . , . , i- i -i r nig else will ap up fur .the ,.la,ck,ot t.hesp. quuniics. ... J.NO reauiness or.opincsnjBusi-, ness win uo ii. iou must -Dq-uone.ii, aiiu.ui dustrious must work and labor; then, will your calling and election for places of profit. uuu trust, ug mauc sure. t ; p The Apostle's Creed Its Author- There is a very odd tradition that euok of the twelve articles, Of creed was composed by an , Apostolic .Author. : It is said that- (lie twelve assembled in council beforo dispersing themselves to preach the Gospel throughout the world, to .frame the syrnbol or watchword, of the Christian Church,, and'it will be inter; cstitig.. to many of our. renders to,, know the Apostle to whom oiicli artiufo js .ascribed, .The, tradition is (is follows: . . 'J.' ; , ., St. Peter "I believe in God ( the;., tather Almigllty, Maker of Heaven and eutih,.'' St Andrew-r"And in Jesus JChrst ,Hjs on ly son our Lord." , .; , ... '' ,..-,,,; .., St James the Ur?at .VVIio waioneaiod, -rv:? , ' vi' i u i- v. . under Pontius Pilate. jrag cf.ucificd, dead, and buried." 1 i St. Thomas. ''Ho:.dce'cxindei','i'nio! Uch," 'rny "He went jnto the place of departed spir ibi?' (which are considered as words of , the : same- nicaniug,) '.'the, third day he. rose Jrom iiv'fead.". . ',, . ifX&it, (lames the Less IIo . ascended into nihVen, and sitteth on the right lvindof, God "the Falh'er Almighty.,". .'.,..'.; ',1,' , SL Philip-j'Trom thence.be 8b,alcoirio to judge tha.qmck'.aiidj.dead. '.'. ., , .,;.. - St Bartholomew. ' Jiivjre'.,jn('tfj, floly .W8M.rn'lii i-.i'i-i Jo.tn.'ft Bt. Simeon-. Ihe foririveness of,Bins. .1. .,.i,au,piBy .app y, lot a good, situnuon Xfln.aure that-jour,' fi-jie,pds,,ten,cihei nd mifliniaupefl. 'nan. reehmrhnnd Vnu fnr th ' fil rrf,n,T..o.n'l, P.oon.n.tlnU ArCuMwi'lnm..;.,;... ftfii ' U.k. J.. "Ul., the Body VIIUI.O UUUUVUSrT.AIiti ,.IOUIIV,I.UII,VI o rtnil..'" .. ' " ; ' St. Muthis "And the 'life ' everlasting, Amen.". ''' 'f.'.'- t.wi-'...' . i lull ' III. "'lit ..il:-.!tl.1. ,,'!'l I , ,'i -.Il III . First axd Law' Drfte" lif u Iis6-In' Ford's history of Illinois'' he states that the year ISifOwas sigbalized by the first 'And last1 duel whichiwa's-tougltt in tliat StSM.'.Jt took j i.i.ii in . . 1 -..i. . . '.. i p.iaco in Konevnie, -ou'ii-imr oounryy -neiwecn- Alpllnnso Stewart and V1ll1nM. Uumrettj'tWo ohseiire1 men. .; The isecoiids-had mlide it up to be a sham: duel, "to' thWjw' ridiculo''opbn Bennetty the -challenging party; ' Stewurt Was in tlie secret, 'but Bennett,, his adrersary; was left tio believe it a r6ality;oTheyiwere'tO'fight with rifles; the guns were loaded witU' fcluiik &atridges; mid Bennett, -somewhat' suspeotitig a trick, rolled a bau into uiagunwilhoilt the knowledge ot seconds, or of the: other, party. ,:l;iie woi-p;:to,:Jue was given, and; htewart tsll, moi'tally wounded. Beonett; made, his; escape, l)ut twoi years nilcrward. hoi.wuA); arrested ;in A rka.ps.is, ibrqught haqk to the tnteiudioted, trdJar,prictod.of.;UinrdiuB, j,,,,, v,tM. 1. -A great effort was mnde to procurb his par-doniiiit.-Gov. Bond would, yield fo noieutreat ii9 In kit'faivita and Borittelt siylTared tlla;rn-i alky. oC.theilttiAibsiihnnging in.tlieprescjwe'of 1a jjrout DinltiWdev.ot .-people. I Una ma:itho first, and! iast dual ibvct! fought in then state 4y an of its ckatBi.n .(Siitn-j fliia ti'tudl nil in;nn.iilv t.ilnii'i iiim.i l iiii n 'i .'nitmii.! .0 r .1 1 1 ; r- L iana are at-aliiaf time jejir-vorKi.u in what appears to be a most- sininilarlv dnnirorous! tnunneti They , extend out- fbuI biMdretf: yarns; (ticar n quarter of a (nile) -ylider tlie senvnnd in-.a'dme places' two husdrcdi.and sixty, fuel below the sea level.'.. ITha ioBtitig" of!,Utoi waves Against ithe shore luirlt.iiooksiisf distinctly audible, erenin oalm,werther;when the explorer gels oeor:tlrta,iJeili bWhen' atoKsus arise-'the roar is territiq, and.' theibold est men nt times are afraid' la work,-lest- the. sea sliould ! break throughinnd fill the whole uhii4.ii.iI v ,-,-w.i ..j ';n in.. i,---i .vtMU 11 r : Nor is Hits' without preab'wosV.'fVwIbe alt wtite .adtnnHy 'ooze's throUghiiKf rfips, im-'' pregnatcd with the eopper ore.'mto-the thine. Three feet f rock is about .d II that ifc left, on air average, bbtwenn th hiinrjanditlie sea in rmwijl gallericsi ,! Aiday'siwork ittirtb -wrong place with the. .pickaxe might- cause ithe' de struction of tlfe-,, whole,, .wprka. , indeed,, 'in stormy (C8thar,.the,aaU wlr jctaid mparts through in continuous streams. iir.Uigs,aoino tiihs the. .thickness, of a man's deg, alone stand between the miner and the aca.to kepp .....'inil .1." 1 No'iaccident has- over yet,!happcned'f ''but. those who remember tho Thames ,'i'aencl, twice or. three times filled'witA-' Tratsr, mtist leol tluit an accident is almost certain to hap-J pen. '; It it should, the dninaga. must oa- nn meiise, aiBatb'e.loss-of , life graat.and certain. Tb yelns of copper, bowerverar inch, and tho men will follow ihca to ha ulteiioostiie prqprictors of the mines feelipg.that were an invasion of the Wafer tptake place tbe.cqiild stop the lcak.,ns Mr. iVi'unnbl did that of 1!. .Thames' Tunnel, by Sinking bags etfjljover iyv uuies, nini uieik iuinp.nu- OUL rtuo WB wnn uicir enormous engines. -,r ' ' "'' Cattle Travclcrd. The Cedar Falls flowa Gazette says, Inst fall Mr. Slimmer, of that city, bought a pnii of two year bid steers of a man named Flynn, living on SheiTRocK, about twelve miles from there. ' The cattle were brought to tie far Falls, and after remaining there n short time werrdrivert to Palo Alto county, a .distance of 175. miles, tq ,bo .wintered. The steers were kept at the latter plice until last spring, when they Were driven by way of Fort Dodge across the Missouri river into Nebraska, ri distance of two hundred and forty miles,, and mere tney were sold to treitrhters to eo to Ida ho. About six weeks ago these' same CBttlwAhslf i$dfrw ffift'tii.''4he --Mitral' 'column.'' The Mnul IW -.' 'i.fh'. . ' .. . . ... returned to Flynti's fnrm where rthe' weifeJ Taial,.l'rriU. nubaMaMi lA.4vjfclw1,4 -fokb and fhev er hrauimi.;nd ttukwrtrintnU uicy traveiea westward until they gave out, perhaps two hundred miles or more and Were then turned loose."1t is truly a .rcmarknble fact that these two steers, after an absence of nearly a year, should alohe' and. ''unattended, aided only by their dumb instinct.' find their ,way back to, the place of their nativity, a journey proDuDiy not less than six hundred miles. There can be no mistake about the identity of the cattle, for they bear Mr. Slim meY s mark, a-hd Mr. Flynn arid others recog mze them.''1Mr. Slimmer ' in the absence of the rightful owner, has made arrflngemehfi to nave them comlortably wintered, tliirrking that cattle evinemfr'sn'Strfin-r a love for home. arid such almost hunioil.lnwlligehce iridiscov ering it, should be properly. and -kindlyi cared Wp.fl 'n ! .-, - .-. r. ; iir- .XAIVS or Soldieks ,;tJSCnAqES,' OF B0I.DIE11S ,;DlSCnAeES,m-Vo have frequently cautioned .soldiersiotl07en: trust. their, discharire napers to irresuonsible ,pairtjcsji who ,w.cre endeavoring to obtain po essipn dfjljese valuable documents, by Mp- resoiiung tnejn.5e.1ves owto gepts- appointed to secure additional bounty or pay. . Wjmi; value Bucb. accnts attach to these nancri we know nqt, biit if tkcy are of.. any pecuniary value to any one, the soldier who has earned them; shouldcerto'uily be 'tho pne to ,tmp all thebcnefitiW . . , . . ' The Nen'iTork Evcnim" Post, navinir re ceived a letter from a discharged soldiery ask ing information regarding tho'Tnliie of his discharge paper, and having understood that Sersons werp offering from two tq throe hinv. red dollf.rs for such discharges, submitted the communication to oflicers of the protective war claim association.. 'Tho following istkci answpr received from those officers . -' "There is no organization looking to the appropriation by Congress of sums to eqtiaL-. fie'bounlibs; nor to' crnnt 'bbuntv tO's&lUiers. Solrrietittie's claim' agents dd it, but there is n swindle of some kind in it when it is:ilohe: The soldier should hold oh ta His disthargc, in case1 that Congress make's1 any ; nhnronnri. i ti6n of hind; I ' Thatkueh a hbne is entertaiiibd.J lean be the only objects of eluim ngentW in Duyme.'- t'oim JOTrt-ncW. -; ; - 1 1 i 'Respect th Aben. Bow. low-'.thfe'.h&d. boy. " Do rcVercnfe o''the old tpan. Once like you, Viblssltu'dds of life hkve sil. vered the hair, And changed the 'rounOj merry face to tho worn yisatfe before you. " '' ' Once -that heart' lreit Irrth "irtnwlMita on. equal to any you haVe feVer 'elt, isprWibnsH crusiieu aisapjiuiiuiueiHs, as yprys repcr-j haps destined to be.. ' '" ' '" Oneo that form riiSvcd proudly through the gay scesieg ef life-'nowtho h'utid f Time that' withers the flowers of yesterday has warped the figure and destroyed tho 'noble enrrjagc., 'V 'Price ntyour'4ge, h6 plissessed-the'tliAhghts that piss through your brain, hW wishing to accomplish deeds Worthy of a nookfn lame I . .U.MIIIIII IjlC U UlUIIIII Mlll, LIIU aUUlllil I'hd i-nlrol 'fmrull iVii WntStfl- TWo' ll . he -aWolte1 from"tbM bette'r'.1' The ' time to hWBke is very tYear'st hnhd. 'yet his eye kin Ulea lit hoble deeds of daUng, nnd'the hand 'mates a nrmer grasp at the stair."- '-'Bow low' Hid' head, boy, as -you' Would 'in your old agbe'rtvereiiccd.'yi ' " .'v1' ; f SeksiBle. It)"ig nstonishlhg how sensible some people ralkC'bot'still'mPro astonishiiig how few follow-' Pu4:the''lews enuueihted ;liy an exchange. .ni.,('J, , By taking youf6fiie' paper, you encourage 'homC'tentorrlrise.l, '.,f '-"' ;'V '" "', ''' You get InformWibHi 'ednViernrrig' flffiilrB in yotrrpwn'Comrhuhlty,'' Whicfl -you 'cohl4l'Aot get Ihrengh a ptrpeV 'item'1 ftfmSn&! - "'?'' ' li is tho medium' thrdugh wieh'yOT'aaS-eri tlse: tni the' wof Id tho ntttnrd af the-business in wliicH you are engaged-stilus' tringltig it to the kfidwldge df'huddrtds wild 'Would other Wise know nothing of it " Through its columns jrotii gain h knowledge-, of the business enterprise, of other men of onpqrtunUios for favorrlble investincritsY and of Iplltug the; pooihtcts of. Jour labor., and en- tcrraiM.toithe ueat,a4vntitiaeri,..,i , .,;i.tdvl 1 .njpi.r home paper. is an. .institiitioa, which tJia,pnmipily eonnntdiapenseil wilhr-oi). ab solute neoesaitTi which,,aliidqiit ',shpui4Jjc. BU3tMined.,i n .( r.i-nl.i'.l -II ' v:li.m.il. ;'' iisi'ii! DEATiPnb' ' us TArtx. J)i's 'pljj-ie, limits an eariniy compacts, vtnetner tne irtA'tilVji 11 1 ,, 1rMI'nVI-,,'-l -'" MI'MHW V)ui,i)Wl piiaNi.rr i:OllllHI,UI 1TIIU UV IIIO iniC A llCI-i: IllllUn jiave somen mes.Tjeen inKen at me niuir, ana ...Hi -I ',. h,i I,,,. P..- . ..... U ,.1. bdfoVe 'hy surf 'whiclr seemed -td sroile ilbrjve. HHrT fniii its daily ebiirSei,1 TribHds Whtvtiftd 'nViilitiil TMfia.-'knK hnnrrl-tha IrllHVur'Vif the1 fnhfcru1'ifclkhd ' hastened ' fb- put on 'the1! irflrrnr;nts of Woe." ''''' '''-' '' ''-' -.. . -f Sn' will ng-WireB' tq'-daV'tOll 'the' Sud' rieWs of "fhe ix,..1 t f&.j i.'n.'A.,i.J,ii, e.ni. party 'Htntfbrrn'Sj-'state' ' convchtibns.- lint the press had been-repenting' the irmuta,' "we the South, take -ydd;"'.the- l-emoerats -of 'the North for richer, fbr poorer1, fci-Uacnth' do us part"' 'i'1" " -- !! i'-'l.'-i".' ' ' - " .-i,,; ,,.i 1 'ri.!. n iiii u-i '.. - ! Where no T"BV Come FKpH.,?i7-''Grandpa, where do the people get th.ou- fasii(jns.fi ' ; Tl :.'.11I ' i.rivui.vuaiyih , .'j .,t. -lJ.-iiI --it.: v-li lWlir.ro. H11 tho Ttnalon folks, pat them Where do .'thi r!"'i ,wt,rM ! ..i u.;...ii !i 1,1 t.,..:.,: "Frorn Frap.ce. : ...:..,! i,.,i ! ' Aiid where do the French get them 'rbm?" "Whv. riirht from the devil: there now. s!o:i . i , ,1.. 1 - r, . . TT,"T " .T T, r 1 -"J ;it ; -1 . "- your poise fnd go to bed."' -'" ' , ' ,.. MabMAoe' Ntitft'E8.V-The'',fbllowin MM "thing" we clip from h' excimnge paper, mid respectfully recommend- its ; careful pcruf.', bv those of one friends "conrU mphtini". mnl. rpnony 3 ,iov 'jii'diijiii-i u,: ,ii -.i-i.-iii i i, '.'AU Bottoea or marriage. Vhtre fl0 Imile takeiiia sent, will be set -..ij-'irt mtl Ur... pokwhinsoiaeoutlandvrnafl Where B handsome. 'j 9en( 11 win no cphjpieously 'tif' iiirge-rcHcr; wnen gioy 0, othcr1iri(lg favdn't r added. ofi illnstraUve pr--try ,tfl 'be giveit in -" iS'Vowbv'er, the ctftdrrftends , -e cbrein. ri? -2.u Wrtnna. and kisses d6"iCwiU naWtsH'Iat notice rery in be begged, bVrpwed, stolen, er. eoined the brainiit0al'' ' . . that can from the brainX How to Cut and Trials Poirhl The following directions, says the Balti more Sun, may bo found useful nt the killing season to such oif . our, readers n ard '.'able to go tbe.wlule og'!t ..';., . (-.. ;, .-, Have tho hog, laid on his back on n stout table. Clean the arenas of the leaf fat. Take oil' tho feet rittho ankle ioints. Cut the head off close to the shoulders, seiuirntitiir tho jowl from the skull, and open the skull length wise,, on me uiiuer-siue, so as, to remove.tho bwiins fully. Reriove tho backbone .in its whole length, and with a 'sharp knife cut off me sum iiion me iut; leaving only uoout one mitlUlinga or,sidcs ariiowiout -bom betwieeii ficxt removed partially or entirety fro'm;''tho sides. The trimmings or fat from the hams, and. flabby parts of the .sides, are nendeted up with the backbone strips for lard. The saus age meat is cut off from the leaf fat and ribs ; and other lean pieces are used for the same purpose. : The thick part of tho backbone that lies between thoshouldOrs is culled the chine; it is cut from the tapering bony end, and latter part called tho backbone by way of distinction. The backbone used while fiesh ; the chine' better after being smoked. ' WoitKixb ago Pack-ISO Butteh,' One' of the causes' of bad butter is the habit which some dairy women indulge in of leaving their butter nnworked fbr-a considerable time after oJiunirjg. ilivtfr.yi ihour -that' the : bnttoj-milk retaiiiasii.contiict. with the .butter,, alter churning, is an injury ; it cannot be taken frftii Tt too' soon. n - 1 ,1, " ; -.'.) , ' This grain of butter is often spoiled liv loo much: working; on thoiother hand, if it'istoot worKea enough, it will ue spoiled; tucproccss therefore requires much attention. It is not easy 'o"work.xut all the butter milk at once'; it is therefore; better to net it aside oftcr'the first working in a pool place fur. twelve hOjUrs, during which tho action of the suit will'libpruto more.of tho buttermilk; the first'nrones's shniild' then he reiionfoil with the 'shrho prfcautfrJnb 'tigAinst i;iijiiry fb the grui 11 ;irji-m illion , Tuuuy 1 lor pucK-ing. fifio packages save oaken tubs are. lit for buUcr ; the wood from whjch they aro made should bq thoroughly seasoned. , They should bo pre pared by pouring boilii'icr water info thAn, in Which thcy'should'soak for twenty-fottr iHirhs; they arc then to he filled 4ith strrmgJirine for .two or. three, (lays niter wlui'li.thcv sjuiuld bo welt .rubbed with fine salt,. when thtaro ready t6 receive the butter. ' ' , i , , , , , '- inn I ItEOUi-iniTT . ix Feepixo. Everv rood farmer knows that any domestic aniinal is a good clock, that'it knows, almost to u trfih'rTtc, when the regulur feeding timo has arrived. If it has Bebn accustomed to be ' fed -will uc Cftraoy ut;the.nppointud period;, it will fHQt.Jjct till tnut, periou arrives. .Ucucc, tjiig li eltuig iniiy be entirely avoided, by strict iiu'iietualitv. j but it cannot Bo tlic'rwisi'.'' Thedfy nb- uiouu mo uninTai -egifwr) worry.-iiuai-TBO-metn it 1, begins to, . .lose .Hqsli butJtliA;.te of this loss has never , been asccrtaiiiipd it is celthinly woi-lfiy 'nri 'jiivi'stigaticn and can be Only determined by Irving the 'twWniodcs, punctuality, irregiilrlrlty, side by side under simifar- circumtanees,i:nnd with 'fird'en 1110 aimount of foqd,ilbr. somp; ,wocks pr inoulJis together. , -, - , , - - 9.,. .; ; ..t'J ','.. -..; ' .(:'. I n4 .--ir . lhcrc is onc'cnution to be observed 111 con- l-tioh 'iflfh "regnliitr'' feeding, wherV me judgmiait is- neoded; ! Animals-eat'-tvioroiiu al;(H-,oi-;ti-(iiilv,lluin 111 v(a(iii,)i-.4Hiiinf(iuh- ,i?u, , iieiieje, 11 me ifu.uie Hiiyiuntl(,wejgiu, is given 'n't every feeding; thoy will notlmvo enough when the Weather' Is cold, Arid wilTljo surfeited when it is warmi-'and "damp. mjiotli of these evils must Jjc avoided, while a liltlo utljenl.iqu. and. obseivalioi ,wll, ,eiuib the furntcr to do it. Tucker,' Rural J 11 airs., , ,BjL'Rvixu,B.p,TS IK , .PiT.jjrtThe. lupsj. cpn--ytjiuent. way to, secure turrijps, carrots arid po latops' 'ffiH-iiig Winter' is td malie nii 'ex'eava tioiineaiiin good 'Uiitlerdi'iliir; ot on'Bome dry knoll, 'W'liei-e 110 wiitel' will, stand cven,ih tllOse aejisuilS 9I; the yquriyvjieniho. i;rp!ind,jsv(.ry wet 'uml filllmr llm nit. imtl linn'mmr tltn1 rnfttu ttrJ'iff'iB'arpridgtjfo'ciWl straw,iiboaWs'lnnd' caith i:"Thr)"e)teatntilm should bo ' about four -or five feet, .wide, fj dm one to two feet deop-nceording fo the drain age, niid.of llio )iec,dqd.lci(,h.. ()sir pjatico !iia been to. iriac, tl;ajiit parallel,,aiid closo to' a' tile'dralu whfch Will cafry Hwttf 'rill'tlio witter! 'I'llfi p'rt 'may-.be directly-bvlor' n fllo (Inain, but,iif ftha drain i madfl yitbitiiils, the ipit should, bq sq. far , ,ff QWi ti dj.'ijq, thut rats anil mice cannot-die iiuwai-ds.froiu the drViiTi-into titr'nir; aiid rui'ul JloWn'ertrthist) hs tq abktnici the wiiiyr-cotiTse!; if ai drlrinis' 2J (eetidcep the pit uuly ,be dug two toc( deftihj 11 Cheap Ciueb ViNEOAa, Take the wttterin which dried apples are washed and SPaiad, and alter carefully strained, put iu a vessel; add a npund nt sugqr, ot it.a.wiuivo-lf utritt mo lasses, 'Put iri.n Viicce of brown, paper tyid set Whe,n'hrni!', Iril'aifb 'wel;k!i W'WIII havwfb'od-o'idd'f iVineg4r.il. Mors'-siigBr Wll STiLm ,we. coucen rated,. Wfi, Ml ,JJe wvoiiftiio. .iiiv;;;.!. w ui,.vtuiiyiu wiivu uuu ni.nnr.npl i.n.m.nn mn.ln li-m..' Km ln,l mrl., - is mad P' - ' J -' O'l -1 P'lJilVr-ll'V1 Earw MiLKiNtk-rCoviw aliAiiili hoi. milted early in the morning, so that they caiijfepq.cjn the dewy grass. Two hours of such icrid 13 wrjrfh a.S hiuch'as lliirf'M1 th'c rc'si of ?hc day towiipols givingiSidodi.fliowfof miH.i"i'U il JlAKtmEWHave Hnydto 'iKo',fih!olleit' nimr Biorop, aiid.rleb every parturMfor. .tt!UiHQ iroin, ti)pig!i):(ioq.,gp,,vuci'c 11 )yiu,ui,soiivqvu iiito compost. ,.' .,;,,.;:'' 4. Potato Bischitb. Bent riic viilks of fifteen eggs-'witli a poliud of siflod sugar;' 'galW tlie ril;of.i o,.1pji()q, -pij. a pi,ecq;(f, luilip,4igr; , Evils'- W.W'VriMfc .W; having ilriea it wc'TI, add it to Hie above, mnl ,., :..v. 1 ..Li.,.'ii..Lbij; -.L,iiL .Aid. continue to nenvn'riii 11 ueeomes quui: it.hu;. Ln tbo.in0ilitiibc.wipitianquiit.na-iiil,9rf whites, iynd inis; ihfW-illightl- !ih' thovrbt; then sift into .it huU'.a pound pjj pplatOitlyir ; stir it in. aiiil pi'iii'r'ltie' rxcpV.Htious ipto pa per cases, :biitrrnt lO' ii'.. 'tHirni'.'Vu-ze, and place the cimes'ieo aipWr On a'elciin bttkirtg iM,.apd bake.in,AimMrrrote-OTCU'.A-i bun iiii:h.r r:'ii' li'.ii1.' xo.lw !n ,iihihihu : ,1 BMrtustt;: PAnAOBAi'8.-r3'h.Mjf,l? lines are from Sir Humphrey Davj s- Saliuo- !., ! - - .r:-:; ' :itt i"-vl 4 TV',, I. . I e nvv. no xninlit? of mind er.. intellect in, b'tlirs, bTe"? toWi'$mU if I fepuld choose 'WUM irWl'ht'Tr -lifilit-ful to me, I should pri for re'.igirras beli'blo any other blejssing; ft j "ifkea. ijjliaci- lline of . goodness,. Diyaniies new noi-i,' , varn- rKm aiiil tHrows'fiTer (rccay aiid t" rdesWie- tiofts-of eltisldricofea; niosl. sr- l'J.1 awakens life cveh .al.itv i ;v4s &,woarf up tion and decay '- : Hioid, 1 'H' 7nW dvlinl-'H 1 .-...ll.a. 1 ... ttie1 uic3'Bi whaM'tr-' aecuvny iVK.-'iiiivuviey oniy Led" enBuall', nnu --I ,..:, lflndnf. WW .,u " ,jm, decoy