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FRE"ONT VEEKLY JOURNAL.
f f t 4 1 PB8LISHED (VIST raiDAT. ' BY A. H. BALSLEY. ColktieafijriiTirtiwjEjJiib Fiimrfi IJiarfsrij. TERMS OF THB JOURS' ALt One year, in advance, - .- a- - - . $8,00 Six months, 1,00 Three months, - - - - - 60 ITIRT VaRIITT OF JOB PEINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONS. Business Directory LSQAL. J, lu GREENE, Sis., ATTOTtNTT'AVB -COCK SEkLOB AT lAYf, will attend to Leiral Business in Sandasky ul a-lioinini; counties. 1'sxLicular attention ) ths- cullsstion of CLsima. Soldier's Bask Pay, Battnt mod l'snsions claims promptly attaaaeB la. Vfi aWMT Iwa, up-atairs. 1 rur i meat, us 2. V. IdBD. f 11.1 Frwaeut, O. ( 1 Vre, . EORD fc LEMMON, .. r ATTOTtXEYS AT lAW, MEM05T, OJT"a. J. M. Umnoii will b at U Frwigit euaoa on Thursoa y ol s&ch wask. -y. H. TT, r ' - SAS. a. lvwlssj ? VTTtRXETB & COrNEElXOKS AT LAW. V and fcjolicitors in Chancery; will atsaod to pro- I .asional businwM in Sandusky and adjoining osnx itorv, iJucklands itew .bkoek FKKMONT. ties. Othce, second it a J. R. BAR1XEIT, a TTORKET AND OOTJX8ELLOR AT SAW J mhos over I). Garvin 6o.'s Star, ana of 1 runt and Croc-ban streets, ; , t ... - FHavMOKT.-'O. ' MARLON CHANC! ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR At LAW. t Ohice, Second Story, Buckland's Kaw Block, . FKLMONT. . . ZtXSSIOalZi. J. M. STEWART, M. D.r . THTSICIAN 8FKOEON. Offiee With Dr. I Kelley, in Birchard Block, 1-JLEMOKT, O. THTSIC1AN AND SURGEON, Office No. , Bp 1 atara, r aDuuj ft neiin b mocx, state DLroex, JOHN P. ELDERKIN, Sen, ARCHITECT k BRIDGE 'BTTUDEE. Plane and Specification for Bridge of all kinds, both Wood and Iron, furnished to order on short notice. Designs for Kesidences, Churches and Building's of every description furnished promptly ana on Iweaeonaiue iCTma. uiuubsuis ianw . nvw Block. iBEMUIl,.u. e-e BEr.-TI3XX5.V. ' ; . Da. a, f. price, ri iTRfiTfAT. s nrRTTIANlCAL DENTIST. Of- O nee over Bank of Fremont, White's block, will be found in omce, in Fremont, from the 20th to the last of each month. t , ' Q.J. SALZMAN, s T-ENTiST, will be in his office, et Clyde, the last j two weeks of each month, to perform all oper ations required in his proiession. b&usiaction guar , anteed la aU cases, iuxims at the wa. stana. HOTSIiS. EXCHANGE HOTEL, OELLEVTTE, 0. John Ford," Proprietor. Be- f oently rtittil and furnished. KESSLEtt HOUSE, T B. BELDING, Frsprieior. Passengers eeirled I AJJ to and from the House tree of chare. oita a tea earner of Front and btate bts., FJtEMONT. COOPEE HOUSE, T10RMEBLY Croghsn Eons, H, Ksufman,Pro- pnetor, eomer oi r ronr ana oiate dh. FBEM.0NT. Passengers earned to and from the Depot free of charge. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. CAMF1ELD fc CO., BEAL ESTATE AGENTS; buy and tell Honeee and Lots, and Farm property. Omos in the I Fostomoe room, a ... ,,FBIM0NI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Ij. Q. Bawson, Jas. Jloore, Joseph la Bawson. J. L. RAWS0N & CO., O TO RAGE, FORWARDING COMMISSION L j Uercnants, Dealers in Coarse bait, Fine hslt. Dairy bait, 1-and Plaster. Calcined Plaster, Watax lame, etc Having purchased the entire property known as the Fremont Warehouse and Steam Ele vators, at the head of navigation on the Sandusky xviver, we are prepared w recti ve, store ana snip urain, x.unoer, aieremuwwe ana Qbner pzoaafls. Omce, at Fremont Elevators. - - FKEMONT. 1-1 .- I SAB.SSS.S. T. G.REESE, T) ARBER and Hairdresser, Bt Clair Block, op. II poeitc the f ostomce, rront btreet, FREMONT. Curls, Switches and all kinds of Eatr work made to order, lne niftiest price paia lor Hair. . A. D. WILES' DH0T0GBATE G ALI.JE Y, orer Garrin's Btore, tocusniirix. STEWART, - ' LOCKSMITH AND CUTLER. Repairs Locks, Clocks, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Umbrellas, sc. 4innbsreon sintruinenas, razors, nruves, Shears and all kinds of small edgnd toots.- All work attended to BrOmrtH and satiafaetioa froaranteed. Slup onfsvgban fvreet, south side, sear of Close's I usucery, x n ri im vti x TOLEDO. W. A. SMITH, ABCHITECT, Toledo, O. " Plans and Designs made of Fubkc limldingl aad private Resi dences, -w PACIFIC HOTEL. 170, 172, 174 cV 176 Greenwich 8t Oct. 10, 1868. fTtHE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing I to his numerous friends and patrons that from tnis date, the charge of the Xaeinc will be i.M per day. Being sole proprietor al this hoasefaadthere f oie free from the too common exaction of aa in ordinate rent, he is fully able to meet the down ward tendency of prices without any falling off of aerru. It will now, as heretofore, be his aim te maintain undiminished the lavoraDie reputation ot the Pacific, which it nas enjoyea ror nuui j j can, as one of the best of travelers' hotels. The table will be bountifully supplied with every delicacy of the season. The attendance will be lound efficient and obliging. The location will be found aonveniens fee those whose- sssineas calls than; iatbelower pact of the. eUyy aad f ready : aocees to all itaUroad ana bteamooai unw. 3-3 JOHN PATTEIV. U Jmr tJi-f 'i an -mack eye. eser bad a af over Otem. yva tff CLEVELAND. MILO B. STEVENS, n nVKRNMENT Licensed Mihtary Claim t Agent. Applications by letter will receive n mediate attention. Omce, No. 12, Case Building, CLEVELAND. BUKRIDGE m CO., SOLICITOES and Attorneys for U.S. AHDJ0HEI2N PATENTS. iwDonV fsf-iwt I'Tpvpland. Ohio. With Aawciatod Ofliees in WwiOtJto Fowip- J. FEiTEERSTONE L CO.,' BOOK BINDERS JPRIJVTERS, APTD T ,.J 't , ' BLINK BOOR MANUFiCTURERS No. 144 Saperior'Street, CLE V ELAN X, O. TTiVINO IsoiTlties serior to any Book Binding a a LiaDiipoiiiuiiii mi, pw.i ui. wu.".' equal to any in isesnea pisiea a.. -- .uu.M.iitnnMntM .Ark in anv atrle front ths . most Kisgant Tarksy Morocco, to the plainest Half Binding, ana a even Less than New York Prices! t3T We Warrant all Work. 1 - By now looking- op yoor Peterson's Hitloas, Sodsy's Lady's Book, Ladies" Bepositonffi, Touag Folks. Atlantics. Harpers, kt ; yonr Law, Medieal and Kelitrious Jonrn.ls; yoor eld Family Bibles, Pocket Bibles, E?mn Books. c, tos esn have them banal! in aay style, at tha vary lowest priaas Mr. Frank Tals will sail snd reosive tbam, and ohanrs ethinasztralor ssndior sod retnnairr thsm. ' j - raTUKB.STONS a CO. Clavslsnd. April. ISfiS- 1 JpOR SALE. aoo.ooo i.or8 earth. . ' SUO.OOO LOADS) KB. A TEL. TER?IB LIBERAL, ' I I at utuat fail; os rrom tie name Ths Otat to diet turn A.T era T 1 tie mm 9- Established 1829. Vol. XL. Naw Series, Vol. XVII. No. 1G. FREMONT, SANDUSEY COUNTY. OHIO; FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1869. YOU ALL ( - .j- ' " sUTa knit or Hoolland's Gorman Bit- ters. YOU ALL its iio or EOOFLAITD'S QEEMAN EITTEES, fit f .k. a a '. :- i ' ' HOOFIH'D'S GERMAN TOKIC, PrtenS tj Cl. Q M. Jaekaon, Philadelphia. Their tntrodnrtloa krto this eoootrj from Oeraunr a - 185. TBXY CURED TOUE FATHERS AND MOTHEES, AM will core too end rowr children. Th. .ra u-'7 aiuer-niv i i u i i irorn ute many preparslts-si acrw k 3 t i in the country called Bluers or t i i 1 Tonics. Tb.T ara "..w., m sjuw, Bones, rvuiauic OBcaicinca. 1st . r r i ii ; - ' ti frutttH hmssj rrmiiitt far Isirer Complaint. DYSPEPSIA. . Nervous Debility, JATJUDICE, diseases of the Kidneys. V ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, . ana all DUeasee arlelns from a Dlsor. eterwcl Llrer, Stomach, er UtPUBITT Of TBS BLOOD. Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Piles, f ullness of Blood to tne Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Eeart- f burn, Vmexxmt for Food. Fulneae or Weight In the Btomach, ' ' Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Flutter-Hie at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim mine; of the Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, aj. Choking; or i when in a Ly-Vv ' iiK Poeture. JJlotnees of 9 Vision, Dote or Weba before the Sieht, Dull r-' Pain la the Head, Deficiency of Perepiratloa, xellowneaa of the Skin and Evea, " Paia in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto., ' - Sadden Flushes of Heat, Bum inr in the Flesh- Constant Inuffininss ' of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits. ju inesr raotcar aiseaa QJ (Ac Xriver sr mgitLvH Oryaas, evtatiaed wiiM impart Mood. I These And order. Hoofland's German Bitters1 Is entirely yearctable, and contains na llqnstr. It Is a compound of Fluid Ei Irnrta. intncww, iiercs, and Barks mm trlilrli these extracts are made are rsme ro I n vermany. All snedl ySrlnal virtues rilnriFi VS. t-Stnm tnem by erleniltle ksasaV' r licmlst. These rxtrwrts are then lorwnrdfd lo this roturnry to be iim-d exprpsaly for (be maniilnrt ure of these Bitters. There I no airobollrsobKtanre of any klad Deed in roniroitnctinf the IIKiersj a en re li le tl,e enlv Itltters (bat can be ased In raaea saere alcobolic stimulants are sol H taable. i3 si is s as B as Koofland's German Tonio a owknMfua mf aa Bit IMnM f at BtiUrt, mfh rrst 'e Cras Hum, Ormna ttc A u sued 'Xj ataw dumtrt as tht IhUen, in eassf vrhrrt sosvs fmrr m 'cns'iie sftstttM u reowrrd. row wnli esar im .nj Max (ra rrmtturi rt entirely annerent jrtm aajt J'i' iv rtitrtar A cure Ou dissosfif wasted, 6aa tcttniiJU prroaruttvnt V svedictaoi estraetf. whih Pit mtktrt mrt mrt dscecninu of rum in tomt form Ikf TONIC u decidedly Ou matt plm .'n s-iif fifjrtrm'tM rtmtditt tter tf end Is Ou pvbMe, r;mt itrJxpanU it a plsarars (s lait it, wkils us r-m'TiHfi tmhilarulitig, end SKasnaai swanttiei asM 'sW a a s tasast as OurnuUM eafi BMsMa DEBILITY. TVrc if M mtdirt'nf ermnl ta JTooUztuTt German Bitten ar Toaic sRBWaBaBSSsn.asBt af laeihst. IVy import a feme ' M m Mcm&vioertaUuwhoit tyavm, atrenffihem t a the appe'itc, caws emmunl a tVaaLaaw ' fori, seobis Ou la- to afett SU purtjy the. blood, ftvc pood, soawd, aeauaa aaipMMa, traateafe tht aruma nnot jrom ias impart e blsomfo thtckeekt, and ckanat thepatient a thart-orfuv. emaeialrA, vnt, and nemoitf mwrahA, e? afvtfl-factrf. tttmL, and rtpnroui pertan. weak and De mate Lhi nreri are made atroeia: by nalnc Ilie Ulttera or Tonic In lart. they are Family Medl- elnea Tlrey can be administered ullU perfect safrty lo a child three anoBtbs old, l he moat delicate female, ar a man fnliaety. .rktso Mrmadu art tht hM Blood Purifiers Itaewm. ead wd em. aU diteaoea rttuUiva from blood- K'rp yoar bwmssi blood pure ; keep your Liver fa aroer ; Jeeey 1 1 year ttifettivt argano sv sswsa, aeirlMy 1 ! " 1 ' mtrondition, by Ou ute thesa remediummSummmmimand na diteate unli atmrC you. The beet men in tkeoountry recommend If yean af konett reputation go for tmytkma mutt my Vtm prrparutume. 2 rUOat HOB. GEO. W. WOODWABD, ChVef Justice of the Bnprom Court of Penney Ivan lav r ...... vi t. is itu) S at kli.iKI riili msuvu iu, tj-ji. Jkti u HonAofuPm Germain Bitter t met an nom- icattng brrtruft UtU it good tome, useful im tUtordcrt the 4'pthrx trrffanM, mnd of yrwt benefit in etue. of gtii'y sMast miaf oj nervous actum, tn im tynem. Jtmrt truly, . t -if WOODWARD. . Having j IU HiUBH We iud our FROM HON. JAMEB THOMPSON, Jedgeof the Soniefns Court ef Periosylvanis. I... .. nJM IfiiM Icoa.lder " Moorland's German BU Af lers a HtsoMt a'ltiom In raae nm. of altarlaa of nalar.tlonassttss swaawor Dyspepsia. caui ecrttly this front my experience of ., ,- s ssra, sntn resperi, FEOM EV. JOBirO H. KSNKAED, D. D., rastor ef Hie Tenth Baptist Church,' Philadelphia. Da .TAOKsovDsAm Sis: f have been front m 'n requested la eemneet mf name wiiA recnrnmendaUont of aijfereni nmne OJ meamnr. out r'aaraxng wr prnmae out of my appropriate tpHero, I nam tn au eatet ae dined i but with a dear proof in various inetaneet, and particularly hmr, own amity, of die umfumeu ef Dr. juoonana t Uermrm jnueru, t urpan rvr oner rrem my ssarv, s unsil myjt'mU conviction that for gen eral detnihy of toe pyiein and especially for Liver uomplalnt, n is taviv savaasaie ana vaiua preparation, tn I sosw eats w may but twit,. I - S I dovM not, it wtfl very aacuMssSBsa m uum was tujtt Uu atom asaan. iarl, very respectfully. ' ' tifktX,btlooCouUtaJ-eeL . CAonos. Bonfantt Oerman Rtmediet are counterfeited. Tht fenvine kavt Ou ncnaturt of C. If. JacUaon on front of Ou aulnde wranoer of eack boule, and Ou of IM articm blown in tack deals. JMatJunart cauntrreH. Price of the Bitten., 1 00 per bottle) Or, a nan aoien tor n uu. Price of the Tonic, 1 60 per bottle t or, a ataii aoaen tor a i a v. tonle Is pat spin quart bottles. SeatOett OufUtaDr. BotflavaV German RemetHa an ta univermVv need and to highly recom- mended; d do saw-iasssBs. allow uu irruoguu induct you to lake j J 1 ) anything tltt that ne my u urn at ft jtyaau, n a. a iaro r nil I I anatT on it. That Memf uM bt ami by aaprssl warn locality upon appltaWr to Ou a-itiJiJsaAa. OFFICE, TEX OKEMAH BLEDICIUK STOBJs, Ma. 631 ARCS STB SST, Philadelphia, CHAS. Bt. EVANS, Proprietor, Formerly 0. ltt. JACKSON & Cd. These Beniedlee are for sale by DrDf sjlsts, Brorekeepcra, and Medicine Deal, arery where. rtewat forptt to SMmou a S tiU mrvUb js vvf, S aroflattoaamt . . ' - - - As procure and J. W. T. L. 53 im-, When W9U iot In Rawson FRESHEST, a ne sioc COFFEES, COAL The make sore 3 GUARDAIN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. 102 BROADWAY. N, ST.' on to a In a a CM eJ D - eJ u iX CL H. 3 o o H H 01 M O a H o O 5? CO o CD ca o o - 5" V. GAHAGAN, Secretary. 'W. H. PECKHAN, President. M 0. WAGGONER, Gen. Sup't for Ohio and Michigan. WARD & BUTfalAN, SpciI Agents, Fremont, Ohio. DR3. RICE, Medical Examiners. . . i l ', ' i i .' . 81 61 READY FOR THE SPRIfJG TARDE ! LARGE ARRIVAL OF innm juu . . AND SHOES. For the Spring and Sumner Trade at' the store of A. HOOT (Old stand of Hoo it Meng.) . . . ' . ' CHEAP FOli READY CASH! Gootli are reliable and cheap, and customers are assured that they shall hare the ad vantage oi every decline tn prices. .Look at the toilowiog: Ladies' Gaiters from. Men's Shoes from.... Mtn's Boots from.... 00 to $3 50 ...$1 50 to $3 50 3 50 to $7 00 all other Goods in the same proportion, I want all to understand that I will not be undersold by other dealers. Cliston Work and ItepairlDE done promptly to Buckland's Old Blcck, Front Street, Fremont, O. A. HOOT. o o H s ?-! a & E H ca. Q H V a E Ca B 0 35 8? O 2 H If H 3 O IB c a. o r 0 ME El ? i 6 Kj r'O i-:wv - o Sis o IS 1 2 e! H i O 5 n 5" 3- ?! 5 cni E OO S3 o 09. D. H. mi w a Emporium of Fashion! CRANE :&o WYKES, At for oe And I I3tf PF1 ... . , n . , 1 . . .... . . 1 Tin. one ottne Dest tiutiemiu umo, we-wrprpsrea to makeup cioming in the latest I rif..i.:.n- ...!., A rvt fit ia on-r.m.r) r n i. s x il I P, B " " - .Jll-tLIUll HUJCU W i MERGHANTR TAILORS I VALLETTESBLOOK, Corner of Front and (Qarri8on Street, Fremont, Ohio. ...if- ri. " ..- " take pleasure in announcing to our c us to mars that we are now prepared for the Spring trade with a very desirable assortment 0 f - SPRING : AND" SllmER GOODS, F on I T AM ; Consisting in part of : .' . BLUE, BROWN, DAHLIA &. BLACK FRENCH BROAD CLOTHS, FRENCH, SCOTCH, GERMAN, & -AMERICAN COATINGS, CA8SIMERES, VESTINGS.iVo. 4 And complete and sell selected assortment of READY-MADE PLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods, HATS; TRUNKS, VkALISBS &c. XXX XX XX one of our firm fepends nearly half of his lime in the Eastern cities, we are enabled to all the late and fashionable styles of goods as they appear in the market. - Call examine our stock. X XX X XX JTa- Bed Black Crane, Wykea. Crane & XVjkts. Call i . t eisewuer. sho jam m 3, o 1 Cr stia CO en te GO b 9 a S t i si Hi- JJ E !! ( x a e g 3 ft. S S t 9 el -it if O . a Le. Q SB irsB i cSJ tt m l , - r - . nut iii I ii . r Splendid Stock and Low Pric es you hare to purchase anytluBir in th line of Groceripi and Prorisinnn it wnnlf. h you va reoieiDoer uia. a. vne store oi JF. " T. ; X '-iX 1ST J Mr. Miller The to all I all the the i aay s. Ileal s Biock, nearly opposite the Postoffice, job will find oneof the 1TINTi!ST BEST and CHEAPEST STOCKS that is offered at anv stora in RV. J 1 , . . , - " w.. always comprise, a complete assortment a I BUOABS, , TXAS, , - SYRUPS, ,". SALT, TOBACCO, WOODEN-HARI, FAMILY FLOUB, OIL, . , .-. . - w , SPICES, t rs, FRUITS, 0AKDII8. CANDLIS. LAMPS, ITOaVB-WAHI, COSJT MIAL, . K0TI03TS. Hichest Mirket Price paid at all times for Countrw Prodaes. If va to get your money's worth, do not fail to sail at LANEQRAF'3 GROCERY AND PROVISION ITOTTSS I 18 rressept, w)w eppoeite the PeafeKn, Sawed eood to 2d quality Whits knots, Black Lath dasaad. itAi'Vispa, fHantifoftnring. CARRIAGE MAKING - AND "-' " BLACKSMITHING ! 'JHE UNDERSIGNED have opsneda shop, Front Street, Fremont, Ohio. North of the STesslar House, for ths maaafaatare WAGONS, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &C. And are also prepared to do repairing of all kinds pwiupuy anu saiiuuiiy. bpeetal attention given Thsy also do all kinds of Iron Work, Horse Shoeing,:;. anu wui warrant satisfaction in each branch of their work. 1 . Orders solicited. Prices low. All work warranted. "Carriage and Wagon Painting also attended HENEYOCH8. Fremont, O., March i3, 'c,H . L. June, I P. Buokland, J I June, ifrCaUjUld. Juno cBuckland Manufacturers, Wholesale stBetaQ Dealers in FREMONT' IVHIT'E LIME-1 A If 0 nri s s . IflG UlU AlclIlinSC Ifllil J W BUILDING STONE! . t : All Orders Promptly Filled. Office near Lake Shore Depot, , FREMONT, O. ' SPECIAL NOTICE. IN FULL BLAST! WILLIAM E. HAYNES Having purchased the entire interest of NATHANIEL HAYNES, IN THE ' ' laning Mill,- Lumber-yard, 33HI DOOR! BLIMD & Moulding Factory! the East end of the Bridge Informs the Dubliethat the establishment U mu I business, and all contracts heretofore made will I rurnisuea, ana new ones solicited and promptly 1 EXTRA BARGAINS ' 0FFEEED IN- - X " i Manufactured Stuff! everything in the business kept on hand. . 1 . -. WM. E. HAYNES. 1 JLH. 33 JWL ON T PINE SHfflGLE ! c v : .i . . . . . . I wmca now m- for at the following prices: 1 I e shingles A CTOIY Front St. below Gas Works NOW PHEPABED TO FCEJOSH AT -, Wholesale or Retail ALL GRADES OF I am daily making from the best quality of CANADA PINE ! Shaved Wood 18 la. 86.30 per M. . . ; is lu. t)3.00 p " s" Extra Sawed Wood IS la. 9i.H0 per IM. Extra " - 3, Oak, Oak 18 In. 93.00 16 la. $3 00 16 la. 84.00 '14 In. 93.30 15 la. 83.00 16 In. 83.30 161n.83.S0 at mr Bhinirle Faotorv before ntiHLhuixiaT - - Fr&mont, Jan. I. E. 12, 18GD. AMSDEN. 3-m3. '- October 26th 18S8. ROLLERS YILLE MILLS I HAVE SECTJEED THE SERVICES OF WILLIAM HOWE, long and favorably known as the of Mr. James Moore Mill is in complete repair and we will i Warrant Entire Satisfaction! who favor ua with a call. Griiidinir done on week days except on Monday's. For the present we grind Buckweat only on Wednea- FIltST QUALITY OF Buckwheat Flour DELIVERED TO AST ADDRESS IIV FRKMORT AT Current Market Prices. Black Ash and Poplar (white wood) SHINGLES & LATH! always en hand and of ths bast quality. Prices at the Mill : prime seasoned Cottonwood, f-lfatlS per M. oyeamoreand - ' t9all " wood shingles, clear of sap, ore a as " ash Shingles $3 30 tl ra3 so BarLumbar, Lath aad Ehinslsa i,I,t ir Address all ordars to J. O. KING, Rolleririlie, Sandusky Co., 0. or two u. He in time the she the city on be Poetry. DEAR LITTLE PATTERING FEET BY STILLA. on of I lore the sweet music discoursed by the brook, The wind and ths murmuring sea; And of art, though 'tis taken from nature's book. For they sing, Mighty Father, of Thee; But ah, there's no music in glen or in glade To me that is half so sweet As the blest little home-notes that only are played By dear little pattering feet. Tis a music that wafts on the wings of pure love. The heart to its Maker on high; It softens the sorrows snd hallows the love ' : Of all neath the o'er-arching sky; ' And it lovingly weaves in the dull warp of life Bright scenes that are lasting and sweet; . Oh, rainbows of love, in the dark sky of strife, . Are these dear little pattering feet. Oh, dearest of aonnds! sure, angels abovo Kevsr heard sweeter music than this; Every fairy-like note breathes such Volumes of love That the heart is enraptured with bliss. " Let nature and art sing their choicest of songs; To me they can never compete With the pit-a-pat music that only belongs . To dear little pattering feet. . I Original Matters. Written for the Fremont Journal. IN THE COUNTRY BY RAIL Who thinks of traveling in any other man ner t H must be Tery conservative that does. A6, mr! what a change. Once the plodding stags was the Tehicle, but now it is the genteel coach harnessed to tha Eery iron horse s parlor on wheels. I remem ber the first time I saw a rail-road. With other boys I was at' school. ' Tho bed had been graded, the bridgea built, the sills and ties bedded snd the scantling ribbon laid. Then the strap rail was spiked down. We boys thought its wonderful sort of road, and were curious to ksow how the wagon wheels could bs made to stay on the narrow tracks. At length all was rrsdy and the word got oat that the rail-wagon was coming. The track pissed close by the school-house, and the " master " they were not called teachers in those days said we might have fifteen minutes recess. Didn t we tumble out of the door, though? How narrow it seemed. And it would have rejuvinated an octoge narian to see ns scramble for the side of the raii-roaa. mere was a isrze oak tree lying beside the track, and the way we al! girls a 1 , 1 1 -. ,, , ana dots ciuldto up ou it wouia nave pleased a hypochondrisc. Soon the won I A A .ink, Tl... . - uivyiwi eiiimivu iu nKuh uui ,dic we bat pounds. not delighted? Peering into a stocking fill ed by Santa Olaus wss not a beginning, We just jumped up snd down snd clapped oar hands and yelled. And yet there was no train only a single car of small size and rude construction ; nor was there even pony enginethe ear wss drawn by a hone. But it was s surprising sight to us. And when, years after, the first steam-engine came along, we thought it capped the climax bat that was only a Shetland pony compared ith the ponderous monsters that tol through the country now, making the forests roar and the ground tremble, and dragging tons where their pigmy predecessors drew Whstcfaaegesl We boys are middle-aged men ; log school floertos are found only far in the back-woods , the site of tbat school- boose is now occupied by an academy ; the master who used to forb'd making see-saws on high legs and jerk disobedient boys out of their boots, long sines laid down the fer- sle and his ashes .Jie in the silent city ; the strap rail so productive of snake-heads which were not at all ptrticolar where they turned op, bays given place1' to the continuous T rail and we 00 longer hear the click click 's! the train glides slosg the horse carts su per ceded by palatial coaches, and the horse that barely raise 1 a trot, by the huge steam animal that snorts and breathes eut coals of fire as he whirls slong a train of forty double track freight ears all heavily ladened, at the rata of a mile in two minutes, And there are other changes as great and more lamentable. The boys are raster tban they were in those days. Then boys lived with their parents till they bad'suffie'ent maturity of judgment to enable them to meet and ratquish tie tempter. They thought father and mother koew some thing snd followed their advice. ' Buys with hatchet-faces, blear-eyes, palsied limbs and cigars protruding from their lips were rare sigbta and as generally discountenanced1 as they were rare. Such habits were not pass ports to the society of yourg ladies snd the confidence of business Been' Verily ouis is fast age and it ia no wonder that somebody has invented; Velocipedes and everybody is craxy tobaveoQe. 1 AmiJdle-ageJ man may live to see the sky darkened by clouds of srial ears drawn bv balloons whirling e tnronlEa ,Daea by steam. Bt steam 1 nav surouga apace uy aioaia. xT steam r nay, n. nil . some mire potent motive power may be dis- covered. Canal-packets and rail-road en gines moved by steam and electrical tele. graphs snd velocipedes may be thought s'ow - ed he it.' the I'll ly she in not slip It da) coaches, coapareU with some motors that may be invented. If it be possible Yankee ingenuity will work out the desired im provement. And oar boys we shall have none children will be bora men and women, and then I suppose will come to pass the pre diction, " a child shall die a hundred yesrs FOGY. The President has signed the Tenure of Offiee set. On Monday last the Senate confirmed one hundred and ninety Lomihations. The President hss appointed two colored men Justices of the Peace in Wahiiigloo city. The President has appointej E.iward Pierrepont, U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of Xi tw York. Oen. LoDgstreet wss confirmed as survey of the Port, at Hew Orleans, by the Sio ate, on Saturday last, by a role of 25 to 10. The new rich developments in the Pacific coast silves region sre causing much excite ment. People are flocking thither in great numbers. , . . - A Mr. BIscksione,'of Philadelphia, on Monday morning last, chopped his wife and children to pieces, with an sxe, and then drowned himself in the Delaware river. A-roperty to toe amount of SU.UOU was destroyed by lire, on Monday last, at Chat am, New York. The fire originated in the Foundry of Wheeler fc Stickles, , David B. Parker has been nominated a. juarsnsi, ior, tne JJisinci oi Virgioia. was the first mag to volunteer from his for the war. Since the war he has acted as mail agent for Virginia. '; It is reported that James Firk snd Jay Gould have bought a three.fourthi iuterest the New York Times, for which lh3y pay $600,000. The negotiations have been aoroe in progress, but the papers are not yet igned. In a liitle sown near Sidney, Ohio, on 5th, George Fowler's jealous wife, before daylight, while George lay dreaming, chop ped bim to destb with a dull ax, Sh con verses freely abouj the tragedy, and says struck him fifty blows, Tke CleveUod Lttukr contains a notice of death of John Brown, well known and eccetitrio colored barber who resided in that for forty -one years, He died at Akron Tuesday morning. His property is said worth torn $35,000 to f 10,090. It oi Miscellaneous Selections. TOUCHING SKETCH. Twenty-five Cents. '.'Please sir, will you boy my clieilnat?' 'Chestnuts! Ni 1' returned Ralph Moored looking carelessly cown on the upturned fare whose lares brown eves shadowed by tangled curls of fltXHO hair, Were "appealing so piti fully to bis own 'what do I want with chest nut.?' . . , ' ; ,-. .'But p'esse sir. do buy em' pleaded the little one, re-awurrd by the rough kindness of his tones. -Nobody seems to care for 'em, and and ' t-r ' ' ; j: She fairly buret into tears, :and Moore. who had been ou tte po nt of brushing carelessly past her! stopped iDstinctisvly.'fi I .'Are you Tery much in wsnt of the j money t . - . T 1 1 , , 1 1 .1 a -1 tuuecu air, ae lie, , .aouuvy tne.cilliu, mo'.hfr sent nie out, snd' , ' 'NayJ little ote", rjo not cry. in such a broken-brarted way,' said R-ilpbr smoothing tier hair down wita careless renlieneas, '1 don't wsnt your chestnuts, bat here is a quarter Ibryou, if that ui ao you any gooa. (Tn Hiri not atav tn bear ttia Halitrhtfwrin. enhflrant thanks ihechild nnnr,l nnt thrnnofc a rainbow of smiles and wars, but streda on his way, maturing betweenhie teeth: That cuts rtr m v aurm v of eirars hir- tha , 1 e j - o - lie xl twenty-Hiur hoar. ly of cigars lor the I d in't care thouth, for the brown-eyd object resljy did cry ss if ste badn ts friend id tbe world. Hang it, wish I was rich enrugh to help every poor creature out of ihe Slough of Lespondi' ' : Whi'c R'tlph Mojre was indulging is these very reflections, the dark orbed little dtmerl whom be had eoolronteti, was dwhing down the street with quick elastic tp, utterly re- enrdiess o( the basket ot untold nuts that dangled upon ser arm, D.jwc sa obteure lane she darted, t el ween tall ruiaouairows of hpu&es, snd up a narrow woocVn staircase to a rrotu wbere a pa.'e, neat looking woman with lare Blown yes like her own, Wat sewing as busily as if the breath of life de pended upon every stitch, and two little ones were playing; in the sunshine that temporarily supplied the place of the absent fire.-- - - 'Mary! back already? Sorely yon have not fold your chestnuts so soon I - t 'No, mother, mother feel' ejjcu'ated the breathless child." A pentleman give me a whole q'larteil Only think mother, a whole quarter!" i . - ; lf Riph Moore rould only have seen the rapture wbicn Ms tiny stiver gut mrtuacd sround it, in the poor widow's' n verty- atrirken home he would have grudged still less the temporary privations of cigars to which his generosity had subjected him, . -'- . I a Years came and went The little chestnut girl passed ss entirely out of Ralph Moore's memory aa il ber pleading eyes Dad never torched the sift spot in his heirt but Mary Lee never forgt-t the st-aogor who had given ber the silver piece. . The crimson window cut tains were closely drawn to shut out tho storm snd, tempest of the b.eik December n-gbt the firs was glowing cheerfully in the well filled grate, snd the dinner table sll in a glitter with cot glass, rare Chios, and polished sliver, only wailing for the presence of Mr. Audley.. ' 'What can it be that detains pspa?' said Mrs, Audley, 'k fair handsome mstroo of sbout thirty, as she glanced at the dial of a tiny enameled watch. S i o'clock!, and does not make bis appearance 'There's a mm with h'm in the study mamma come on business,' ssid Robert Audley, a pretty boy of eleven years old, who was reading by the fira. j. i' i t", i 'I'll call him ag.tia said . Mrs, Aud'ey Steeping to the door. But ss she opened it, thebri'ltant gas light fell full on the facai of an bumble lookiog man id threadbare garmeute; who Was lesv. ing the house, - while her hustaud stood ia the doorway of his study, spparently reliev- tn be rid of his visitor ' - Charles,' said Mrs. Audley, whose cheek had paled and flushed, 'who is that mas and what does he want?' 'His oami is Moore, I believe, vlvr. ard cams to see if I would bestow upon him that vacant niessei ger.hip in the bank.' And wuiyouT' , 'I don't know Miry I mast think abont ... 'Charles give him the situation. Why, roy love?' ' : 'Because- I ssk it of yon as a favor, snd yoa have said a . thousand, limes joa would never deny roe anything. , .. . - -, ,. 'And I will keep ruy word Mary,' Slid lover busbind, with an affectionate kiss. write the fellow a arte this even id?. ' I believe Ir'e.got his address somewhere about me.' ,,, An hour or two latrr. when Bobby, and Frank and Little Minne were-locked" sn'tg- uo in bed to the specious nurtery above stairs, Mrs. Aediey told her husband why was interested in the fate of a man whose face she had not seso for twenty years. ' That's right mr little wife!" Mid -net husband, folding her fondly la his breast, 'never f rget one who has been kind to you days when you needed kindness mosL-' Ralph Moore was sttttrg that self-same night, in his poor lodgings, by his ailing wife's sick bed, when a liveried servant brought a rote from the rich and prosperous bsnk director, Charles Audley. KJoid news Bertha!' he exclaimed joy ouily, as he read; the brief word-; 'we shall starve Mr. , Audit promises we .the vacant situ'sii-ml' . 'You bave'droppad something from the ao'.e Ralph.' said Mrs. Mnor, pointing to s of paper tbst lay on the fljoc ... -. i: Moore stooped to recover the estray, waa a fifty dollar bill heady folded iu a piece of paper on which waa written: Id grateful remembrance of the silver quarter that a kind stranger bestowed on a capstnut girl twenty years ago.' Kaipn Moors- baa in'ovo Mi morsel of bread on the wate'S of life, and after many s it had returned to birch T-r; - . - ' J , we - j-Xhe sel 6 ing Terrible Fire in the Mines-Frightful Loss of Life. Sax FaAficifoo, April 7. A fire brok' nt tb'S mnruiug in 1 eilow Jacket mines si Gold H'll, Nevada, and soon c immui itated to the Keu'-uckv- and Crown Point mines. Thus far "eleven bodies have been ! taken from the shata of tbe three mines. Other bodies can bo teen at the bottom of tha Ken lucky sbaft, but they cannot be removed on sceount 'of the hea It is uncertain how many '-persons were in ths mines. Tbe excitement and confusion is so great that U is impossible to call the roil of those at work Sixty -one were at work on two levels of the Crown Point mine. It is unknown how many escaped. The distress is fearful. the wives snd children of the miners congregated st the entrance of the mines ..ii? f ! : i l I- , r, i Caiut g lor rms-ing nusuauun aitu lamer. Eight r. at. Tha latest report from Gold Hill says the number known to be dead is thirty-six; five ia Yellow Jacket;, eight In Kentucky; and twenty-three in Crown Feint mines. - - Hopes are entertained that the flames will soon be sub lued. it not. when all expects tl in of saving more lives 'u abandoned, the mouth of tbe sbft will be closed and ventila tion stopped. Tbe fire thereby will be smothered... The . Yellow ' Jacket,' Crown Point and the Kentuck are unconnected with the other mines under ground. There is ni probability of ths fire extending beyond those. - Virginia City is sl-nost deserted, tbepeo p'e going to render assistance at the scene of disaster. The 8 in Francisco stock and exchang- board subscribed $1,000 and sent the money by express to uom mil, lor the relict of the families suffering by the contligra im. The catastrophe is the most terrible lint evrroc cured in mining on this coast. General sympathy is expressed for tbe distressed. tbe -s be the day and hour other to ury ' ury, so of but tbat room, Dyek, agreed is he ent The Messrs. to them SECOND DISPATCH. Sa FaAscrco, April 7. The con flier a- tioa -at the- Gold Hill mines is still raging. appears to be confine) princispally to Yellow Jacket.. Owing to a cave, the fire men are unable to reach the flames. Everv effort ia bekg made to clear the drift, but perhaps it will take all day to reach the fire. Eighteen bodies taken out of the hunting mines, nine of them from oneshaft- The Yellow Jacket company has rescinded the dividend for March. The fire affects the value of Ihe stocks. Yellow Jacket, Crown Point and Kentuck are Danickr with trans actions st reduced values. . for Lakes, Nsnda, bitten dog. out whst wound virus of covered tha family THE VERY LATEST. 8a! Feaxoi.co, April g The latest ad vices from Gold HI 1 are that the fire is near ly subdusd, and ihe bodies of victims being removed irom the different suaits. Seven teen men are yet missing, and and are sup posed to have peri.hed. The tola! number' uvea uesi-oyed 4a ttiitty six. It is tm stone tuch itself waa milk, until ahanrhffl possible to estimate the dsmage to property. I Graey im .upx.iunuusuii ui uruwu romt ana mines reports Um rnirqrd, nav THE GOOD-BYE. 1 ! George George !' ' ' 1. ' Weti, whit's wanting now V The young husband turned back the door knob, and there was impatience in his tone sirrT annoyance on his brow, as he answered his wife's cjll. . ' Noihirg papa, only biby and I want to kins you good-bye,' and she came toward him, the little, graceful, sweet-yotced woman, with her baby in her arm., and he d up the sift fioa to his cheeks, snd the little one crowed, and thrutt op its dimpled hands, and clutched the abort, thick locks triumph antly. Ohr.-bwby,- yrm rogue, y 00 d like to poll out a hsndful of papa's bsir, wouldn't you newt' laughed the merchant, in a tone so nnl'ke his former one that you wou'd not hive rreognia d it, and be leaned down acd kissed the small fragrant lips over and over. 'Now, it's my turn, papa,' and Mrs. Wil liams smoothed away the inmpltd hsir, and kissed ber hiiabard s forehead, and as be went out of the eonse that mortiinz a new suftnessand peace had erased the troubled look from the man's face. And tbstday it was appointed to beorge w illnnis t pass thmngta s (harp and fearful temptation. lie was id the enidgt of a commercial crisis 1 I snd Some at his heavil St debtors had fsilsd tn,t eek, and now ten thousand dollars wss du' od tberB w" D0 wl7 ,0 "ise the sum aI" o "' " . 1 nela ,n n. 'rreromteiy in ms Shrink- ir? n,nd- Tne Tein W8r wolie, Dt gret "u" uu ui.iUnue, anu ma oresia came thick and f St betwixt hia hot lips ; a few scrolls of that pen , a solilsry name at 1 the bottom, snd the young merchant could great ten thousand dol ara, and his business credit would be safe. There was no sort of doubf, too, but ho could raise tha mney within a few days, and thus secure himseif from all d scovery, and the pressing circum stances of the esse, certainly allowed some limits ia financiering. So whispered the tempter as he walked up and down the soul of George Williams, slwsys softening dowu tho word forgery into some fake name, which totally changed to his perceptions tht moral complexion of ins deed be was about to commit. The young meachsnt's eyes glared sll around the office, but there wss none nesr rum then: he dipped bis pen with a kisd of desperate eagerness iulo the tall porcelain ink-stand and he drew it alone the paper, when suddenly his band paused, struck by ths thought the memory of bis wife's kiss ihit mort-ing. He saw her as he aaw her last standing lo the door, the baby in ber arms, ber sweet face full of motherly tender ness ana witeiy trust ss Bhe lined it to htm in parting; the voice of the tempter pssed away under the rush of holier emotions which blurred the man's eye: be dashed down the pen. Mart I Mary I you have saved roar hus band; sink or swim I will not do the deed; I should blush for shame to meet your eyes and our baby's to night, if I carried the burhiug consciousness in my souL although no man ever did or would know it. Mary, my little wife, you won't know it. but that good-bye kiss of yours this morning saved yonr husband from this great sin.' - George Williams did not sink. It wss a hard struggle, but the storm passed by with out falling on him as it did on many others, and Mary, his wife, never knew that she hsd saved her hnsband from a sin which, is her eyes, worse than death. The good we have done we shall know, not here, but hereaftter,' and the best and truest lives are those which strew all tbe years with ths swret aromas of loving and self-sacrificing deeds. As tbe water iillis tske root, and grow silently amid the slime and mcd in the low sters, until the midsummer they open their eresmy vases to ths soft persnasions of the sunshine, snd lay in snowy flotillas on' the bosoms oi the streams, tne glory snd ideali zation of at! flowers, so smi.l tbe lowlands of life, among its shadows and mists, hsvs we also to sow, day by day our small seeds of gentle and, generous deeds, not knowing when tney lake root, or expecting to behold their unfolding into blossoms on the river of time. O, 7a who sigh to set your lives with the arabasqaea of great and noble deeds, who pant tor broader horizons snd higher oppor tunities, God has appointed you a work where you are. Everv dav lifts no its white chalice out ef be night, and Is held down to yon through all its solemn, silent footed hoar for those strsll labors of love, whose true significance and rela-Jons we shall only understand in eternity,- , Ad! in this small daily labor lis-i much ef woman's work, and her sweet bome in fluences fill like the sdnsbine on the even ing dew, tipon the characters around her, Sue may little comprehend whst a silent fo'ce of besling, restraiaicg, snd periods of unrest and despondency may fill many hours :.b -1 i l-i i j -,, - . , who snautrws, wmca wouia ue ti. until a .en of in of tbe tbe he up a had bis All his he and legs to But the pictures of iivetar locked up in the eternal e-albry. and anzels bold the kevs: and when G id's voice speaks tbe word, the doors shall be'opmed, and when we go in shall ' behold and under.taod. and she ith joy and thank-tgivicg, if she read I an: Duly ' koow as she is known.', - I of lost Singular Developments in the Twitchell Case. snd since she the Now own Philadelr hia Telegram ot Thursday says : - 1 etterday morning one of the coun for lwicbe.1 called on Governor Geary locure: if possible, s tefpite, stating to tbe executive Ihe reasons for his vis't He then produced several documents containing state ments wh-ch, if proved true, msy have great infiuei.ee with tbe governor in securing the postponement of the execution. Among tbe parers was one containing a statement of Noah Gibersoo, one of the juror., stating thtt be misapprehended tbe charge oi the judge, inasmuch tbat he felt that the decision of the court, " that it would watt half an hour for tha verdict," led him and other icrors to believe there wss noth for them to do but find a verdict of "guilty," snd that, scting under this im- prsssKOD, tee Jurors aronee, ongoing to their room, united in a verdict of" guilty," with further debating or considering the evi dence in the case. Giberson further states tbst the conduct of the jurors throughout trial was light and flippant, as csrd-play-ing waa seemingly the rule with them. It due to Giberson to state that pending the engrossing of the statement he changed his miorr, and retased to swear to tbe above. Mr. Tapping, another juror, swears that was present and heard Giberson make 'above statement to Mr. O'Byrne. one last week, and agreed with it in every partjealar. Tapping states further that he misapprehended tha eharga of the lodge. was induced tn find a verdict of guilty mainly upon tne impression iett urou his that the court would wait only half an to receive ths verdict, snd he, with jurors, was wearitd, and had a desirs get home, snd when he repaired to the room ne was lor Hading a verdict of not guilty, " but finding tbat the rest of the ssve Mr, Giberson, who was up stairs, united in a verdict, he also, in a moment weakness .agreed with his fellow jurymen, hss ever since regretted his act'ou ; sod tbe conduct of ths people ia tbe court who seemed to demand conviction, also nfluenceJ his mind to s gieat extent. Another paper on file states that Mr. another juror, herd the statements both Utbersoo sod isppmg, and fuily with them ; but he, like Giberson, alleged to have refused to swear to it. Another paper shows that Uibeason msde seme statement to other cit'Unsst differ times without reservation or request governor haa alo received a letter from Dyck and Giberson, asking him not nay regard to any - statement msde bv to soy person. A Doted the they should that esse tions wss A He treated nor phobia tho were tne Ao of Monday next country native country Royal alienating The Mad-Stone. twowerks sg.. Captain James Graey. many years a navigator of tbe Great but now a resident of the town of McHenry county, in this State, wss in the band by an unmistakably mad - Tha .unfortunate victim at occs set to discover, if possible, the possessor of ia everywhere known as the " mad stone," which is said, when appliid lo the made by a dog. to extract-the deadly snd save thepatient from tbe horrors roots. On Monday Captsin Graey dis what to him was more precious than famed " philosopher's stone," in the of Mr; Charles Sauter, living in the of Bloom, ia this (Cook) county. Tbe was at once applied to the wound, to it tenaciously clung for hours, filling with -virus. When filled, the stone subjected to s thorough washing with and again applitd. Th s was repeated sll tbe virus snd even blood had been wlian M l.uit it. orti.n rt.ntnln called upon us this morning, io full eonftdenee or a perfect cure, uttcsoo ,dr Keatoek Tia " pany messages which c;nts menee rates in We corn, 8 small, all root this is is the the A MAN IN A PEDLER'S PACE. A Pretended Peddler leaves a Pack at a Farmers House—An Armed Man Discovered in it—He is Shot and Killed [From the Joliet (Ill.) Signal.] a carrying a large pack, sppeared at the door of a wealthy farmer in the town of Green Garden, in this county, and requested the previlrge of remaining over night. Tha farmer being away from bores, 0 was in formed by the) hired man that he could not stay. He then requested the privilege of leaving his pack until morning, as he was very tired and could not carry .it any further tbat night. This was granted, and the pack deposited in ose corner of the sit ting-room. Imring the evening some of the females of the household, had occasion to move it, and taking hold of it, discovered that there was something suspicious sbout the contents. The hired man was railed, snd, upon taking' hold of ir, found that it contained a man., He quickly stepped into an adjoineng room and retunted.with a re volver, motioned the family lo stand aside, and at orce proceeded to fin three ska's into it. A piercing shriek issued from it, snd on 'ripping off the duiside covering; s man with s large bowie knifaand a rsy.dver clinched in bU hands, was found weltering in hia blood.' Two of '.he shots hid proved fatal. The neighbors were slarmed, bat no traces of the peddler who left the precious pack could Im found., Thus by a mere accident, doubtless a shecding case of robbery, snd perhaps murder, was prevented." It was doublets a plot to rob tne farmer, as it was known that he had a large sunt o aseney ia the) house. An inquevt waa bejd over tha body on the following moraiag. snd" the ver dict was that the Irniitig was juntinable homicide. No-cine leading ta the discovery of the name of tha victim, or aiassfcsiplice, has, as yet, been ascertainad. S sen sum mary justice is ?liom meted out to the guilty: " ' ' - Important to Soldiers. An act in relation to additional bounties, and for other purposes. , B it eifcjcferl Jy fht Smnta and House tf n . j .1 - rr j i-z 1 j crprejenKitirej nr oie inwa caueg oj Amene? tn Langrtst Oittmui&i, 1 bat wheu a soldier's discharge sta'.ea tbat he ia die changed by reason of "expirsttes of term of service,' he sba 1 be held 10 have completed the full term of his eulislmcut, sod entitled to bounty accordingly, i .-.'i " -.' Sec. 2- And be ii farther enacted, Tbat the widow, miner children or pareuts, in the order named, of any so'dtarweo' shall hsve d ed, after beirg hi norsbij discharged from the military eervict! of tha United States, thall be entitled ii B via g,-under tbe prov-eions of the twelfth aid thirteenth sections cf so act entitled "an ret making Expropriations for sundry civil. expanses of of tbe Government for tha year ending June 40. 186T, and for other purposes," ap proved July 28, 1666, and tha said pro. visions of said set shall bo so construed. Sec, 3 And b it further enacitd, Thst all claims for additional bounties granted in sections twelve snd thirteen cf tbe set of July 28, 186, shall after the first of Msy next, be adjusted sn'lst led by the account ing officers of the Treasury, uider provision aid act; and all cch claim? as may be remaining in the office of, the paymaster General, unsettled, ahall bi trauafered to tbe Second Auditor of tbe Treasury for st l tlement. Sec. 4. Andhtii further enacted. That all claiats for bounty under the proviJo.s of act cited ia the foregoing section shall be void, unless presented in due form prior to the 1st day of December, lcb'3. : Approved March 3, 186a. . r The Sleepiest Man in the World. He is s Montanianrs nl 1 typo. We have known bim frequently lo drop into a sound, sooose while standing at his caKj"dii(ribat iag," and with half a " lake " of matter still his hsnd. As a compositor, be usually takes a nap st the end of each sentence, (sa often in broad day as any otbar lime.) to ba sroused therefrom only by the sneese of one the boys, or from some other unusual sound. If not particularly hungry, or en gaged in an exciting conversation wnh the fellow opposite, he invariably sleeps between eourees, while at his meals. The other day, at noon, he started down the stairs ef office to go to his ''hash," and after reaching tbe door-way loading to tha street, suddenly yielded to Morpheuv leaned against the broad door jam, and enjoyed profound nap, until seme sound xr jar swakened him, and, having dreamed I hat ha actually been to dinner andtnrried long er than usual, drew furth bia toothpick, and hurrisd np stairs again, where be uervoualy rubbed hia hands, hastily finished picking; teeth, jerked his eoat and weal to work. these things we have seen ourtelf; but room-mates and Intimate brother mem bers of the craft tell us that, on dirsrs ecca sions, after retiring to h rojrn to go to bed, would get off his hst, perhartasue boot, while oontempUtimT the etmion neces sary to finish the j tb of sndressiig, would actually set to dosing, aid be found the next morning still sitting in his chair, with his crossed, arms folded, hia heed, inclined one side, snd inorii g like a p rpoise, Helena, (Montana J, Herald. 1 "Crazy Ann" of Chautauque. A Chatauqua, yew Yorkpsper tells the following story ; - About forty eara ago a young lady eighteen years ot age, full of I if and teauty, a resident of this ouuty,i-iiAni toni unknown, or at laat ucguveiriable caUM, became suddenly insn-'. For fbme time remained beneath tbe roof o Mi er rate at a? received the united efforts and sympathy her relatives and friends. But all to no avail. ad mental ueuuna were tooetirely broken. A short time after she kcime ta inmate of our county pior hous al DsWitt- viile, wbere sba rt maiMismii a few rlsva since, a curiosity to strangere, and, wholly to herself. Wheri we rematnber, tureo since, while paying a-visit to tha bniidiiiga-itt thrill idioa, noting the strange appearance of "Crszy Ann." There was something pectiliar!aboo ber de rangement, so mcn so that wa have often called to mind incidents of her ciuiversnt ou peculiar manners.- Vat a few days 'Crazy Ann" resumed her preptw. cognomen and is sgaio sane. What a sleep? Forty years of blsnk existence, snd now a stranger to herself. She resumes life wheio left it when young and beautiful, and companion of tbe gay and mirthful. she ia old, feeble snd gray, in the eu-v joyment only of the fact that she is agaia rational, and buaily engsged ia making her acquaintance," The Montana Governorship. A Chicago Tribune special of toe 7i'a ssva:i uovernor Ashley s ease went over to-day, document containing the whole of the proposals for real estate , was laid on. desk of each Senator, to many of whom were entirely ne.""TEe wonder seem ed general that a man wilh such a. record be endorsed by the whole Republican delegation from Ohio, and in the next place he shojld be nomibated. Wbeo the. came up in executive sessicn, indica-v of a sharp debate were so strong that it allowed to go over. t j-, . doctor in Chicago claims to have dis covered a new treatment for hydrophobia.'"' uses iodine entirely snd has been very i successful. Of the eight cases promptly with iodine, not on resulted fatailv were any decisive symptoms of hydro-M subsequently manifested. In four of eases it wss probable that the Wounds ' frorn animals really rabid, and not in omer lour. attempt was made to blow1 up the store Schlienbasher fc Bro-., ia. Crestliaey oa morning last. A quaatity of paar.. dtr h.d been placed iu the stove by parties . unknown, snd when a fire was started, ihe morning a tremenduoua explosion oc curred, occasioBiog eonsiderabli dimaga. ",rI England, like Germany, is reidy to ac knowledge the right of sll inhabitants of a, to give up their aLVgucca lo their land, and to acquire citizenship in tha to which they inayrnig'rrte. That Commissioners have jast made a re port in favor of recogoiaing naturalizatioa as British subjects from their aliegi., to England. n.-,i ri ... .- n . v mo ausuuo vaoie Com hive raiolvrd to reduce late tariff eo J to four shillings sterling per word. is sbout one collsr'ajd twenty-seven. in currency. The reduction will com- . on ths ltof June kext, " Tha Dresent are nearly two dollar and twenty cent "'" currency for each, WDril. ' i in i ' i have seen a spioimen of Egj-p'isj , ou the stalk, whicTgrowa on au aver age to 10 ears ou each sulk. The cars sre being a cross between pop com acj ourcommDO fielt.cotn. .Tha. ears, mature- 1 along the stalk, commatjeingnear tha-, and extend upward. It is claimed. that the moat profitable corn rai-ed, es pecially for feeding stock. ' We suppose thla " kind of corn that Joseph engaged in disposition of to his famishing brethren.. Sandusky Journal