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Limpe -' M-d 37@Uj~7la. nt. IAY 19.-Mr. Kellogg offered a rflo oqn ° alling for names of omeers and emp ,00 executive departments,together with the date r ughi of theira ppoapmea lbSteach a_ i cagea ,.etc.. nat r mb offered an-l amendment camlii aegrshd) information as to how many sucJ cl o 1o ees served tce lin the voluntl el U- he United ker States dlring the war of the rebelliion. ena for Sherman o ion and eh~etsette, u l bo wiild A. Osborn w e a es ates Brazil; Lew. Wallace Iindina, United States Miniter to Tu rqLan but, Iiu - v4u i a nols, Minister patrick, l aip , llte.if** 4909;. l4difjlQ two ".o a asoie . , O D ~ol g. ied u (pi Iguue a di Ts reormt o nf the S. hgt e' ad d ekile in Ireland, says i - tir d eotaº c Sll I t 't 1JItUib 1itr11 i' 811Al • d h -h~ ' " ,, . , , " - Au..Wiiiot0K tagog i arguqie .-r : .,º e: o.# OBa reant and Conklig were extoled as te Dulyr woundI iaviors of the Republican party in the b and Rio Gran Presidential campaign, sad denouneing bed him of $1( Secretary Blaine for his alleged malignant the treasure-p waI ae upon these m gentlemen and .their The passenga friends. Mr. Conkling received the address, Citizens of De " tomehhet 1M5 a5 4o10 P nt. -- the captite o1 -.--" GRAIN fie COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, ngaa A COUNTERFEIT $ , vpr THEODOR] h been received at inurderer of at. It is easily de ; firom the Be IT is believed t44 'Os i4t " rrd previously m t ugh the failu f RJlbert A. Baker's jails. nk at Fond du ti, Wid., will aggregate THE Mel ,000. Baker, the President, and Bur- again carried r ughs, the Cashier, are both under arrest. New Orleans a city will lose $40,000, ruining the City The New 0 easurer, C. J. Pierson. Everything indi- second. tea general crookedness on the part of THE Rev ker and Burroughs. . given out to CRIMES AND CASUAI/IES. York on the Jou ST!VENSt (~olored) was hanged THdelivered up at Ed geded, 8. C., on the 20th, for murder. Santa Barba ' teido his place on the trap with firmness, atoms by ala waving his handkerchief. building at tl PATRICK CROWLEY and James Ste- anee colony, vs were killed by a mine accident at Mill destroyed by Ceei, Pa. THE cent 1 THREE men were killed and five in- ture of Fort Sred.by an. accident at the Golden'Terra ing the Rev ie,Deadwood, Dak. A numberof others under Gen. I re buried beneath falling timbers. One ta, Ga., on tl Srknan was' thrown by the compression of 'IN respoi I lesrly eighty feet out of the tunnel force of cons 'i mst the side wall of the open cut, and counties of I (f hi'kllled. . have been di Stjree desperadoes concerned in trlet of Limr S o of Sheriff Davis and Collector THE Sw -ttoq, n Wayne County, Moe., have been ing alarmed A Ilebrt captured. James Hamilton, the view of the ;1 der Of the gang, and Jesse Myers, his the proporti 4ntlnoih,' were 'overtaken by a posse of ties are pro etzzens at it lace called Campbell's Switch, bodied Inhal ad a 4ing to surrender both were shot, JOHN Tr It 'e f6rr ubing.killed and the latter prob- mail robber v'ffalt y wounded., Frank Brown, the United Stat Strd member of the gang, was subsequent- United Stai t ,captured and lodged in jail.. The head- dow while I Sarters of the outlaws was in New Madrid going nearly l ýifIE A. POLAND, of Newcomers- RECENT St w, !d Mrs. Emma 'C. Seanlau, of Cedar Agency says il), Fairfield County, two patients at the compaghre Itr Lunatic AaIIlum, Columbus, 0., ststd that S uamitted, sulcide by drowning themselves submit to s tesake upon the asylumgrounds. bqcause the SAI Tos BAzR LA, who murdered Jose cief is no j ;a}oliid afterward assaulted the mur- thousand I re4 man'iswife, at the town of Colorado, a few mile: . . M', ol the 18th of last February, expi- Los Pinos J dcbiis crime on the' gallows at Mesilla on other meml e21st gather witl tIti, rY Lxn oY and Sam Potter, two Commissiol peragoes, were lynched by the citizens of Los Pieos 3 Norte, Colo. aade that a S Ft. l trma hrrels of Danforth's luid, tlbops are as 'in kqellar in St Joseph, Mo., explod ggney. ,at . s, lnt of the 234. The main loor THEE 1 . t poli octsl pcupiedas a negro as- Departme S,andgstwatyteven persons, all colored, sion'claims S noslang themselves at the timethe ex- .verifed to onion occurred.: The building was almost missing re itrelyademolished In an .instant, and the commanids , bris wrapped, ii amlms. Three persons e lme know i re killed outrightit is believed,and their tier servlie 4 esreatiaitd, ad'fitre*e badly burned, ubder theil .5 . ttleastfatally. pertainiag alh I Lwtroneo a0 Robert'int a4es, regii . 1i shstl tomorosa the river at Le- OGneral I i ai;iten miles above Davenport, Iowa. aitention I had a kegeotheir with-them, but were records eh, ueIe'tu " t.heitoxicated. When in mid- G~neral's the tkl#i rudagalesk and both went warded wi S WbE it e Ilpabouldrseo h them. eal at Wa he JT > IttiR &Co.'a fo,' undry at i ITaNa ea lexel4 oil the t4th, killing W. dAll, of '> I , 'opkis and serl- *aahingt ju'liltu~gree(t her nen. The boiler ' s well - oine nati, it Is aid Lknown by the ilations. hoe unt otuse. to Coroner's ,R. N.1 aarpta them uelpable for the dis- ijert, ..i ~ain e MIks., th live-year-old sen and ' f at 8tPpheq, , Bauable mounted w going * hh u i tgq'rrae aof the winding ~ u .T u S iu opiWrtImIpo ofl i4 ldown, when Plris, thsb jokirhti r-a- w-tmor pghia " hed coad 8 :seeth b - his ,estidrM kine the Chasrmu iA st the foot of the stairs. .Nearly every d licate c I, inagb biaa weatIsrd*......... tq force fr Woiieo ,uged, ag ,l a o, a ddl Mdli la nd d County, ptrs - wth is family with private et ,h ~,i 5L aurn trip to :owe. e5m as South Bend, Ind., r. laing, spirited stallion to T i Siahberj agggatW shl hibn4 o c~ormous t bou Ar ' re iSrItr IWI I, Ijdl, yirP S se ngPP u d Iltby thi pdllapshCWMrowt QLar boav4 * . i Mathe kr, w.iuba ,thplae e otiduik - aig giitvlter feenba depth.' Ot about 0pfr PIM bedtlIt Irstitmtedhat la ,iteut, aerhte si n CourtU; Wmn lri i-U" onusly wounding Frank Bartlett a Dene and Rio Grande engineer. They then rob. bed him of$100 and a gold watc, and too oFran the treasure-pouch and all the mail me!a t ser The passengers inside were unmolested. theno lhist Citizens of Del Norte offer $710 and the Den°- rno sand os Bran4e Railway O reswardpr., grun the capture of the tobbers. " " GRAIN fields are bmrning in Califor- e nil. sess" THEODORE, HARRALL, the alleged irl car murderer of Mr. Marshall, has escaped of her irom the Bentonyille (Ark.) Jail. He had laid wa previously made his escape from two other ing ha jails. 'beeftfa THE Memphis Chickasaw Guards lost thi again carried off the first prize this year at saved.' New Orleans for the best drilled company. Te The New Orleans Crescent Rifles stood camp, second. THE Revised New Testament was scure a given out for general circulation In New What York on the 20th. Over 300,000 copies were co tr delivered upon advance orders. to bean THE only liquor saloon in Lompoc, ieachn Santa Barbara County, Cal., was blown to v of atoms by a large bomb. No one was in the less an building at the time. Lompoc is a temper- Frenei ance colonyand this is the second saloon and de destroyed by gunpowder there. the Ki THE centennial celebration of the cap- the col ture of Fort Galphin from the British dur- of fai ing the Revolutionary War, by Americans Virgin under Gen. Henry Lee, took place at Augus- percei ta, Ga., on the 21st. side ol IN response to urgent appeals, a large may, 1 force of constabulary, hastily collected in the rades counties of Dublin and Wicklow, Ireland, really have been dispatched to the disturbed dis- as we trlect of Limerick. tion. THE Swedish Government is becom- o ing alarmed and contemplates legislation in showe view of the emigration, which is assuming troll the proportions of an exodus. Several coun- olrrel ties are practically denuded of the able- during bodied inhabitants. amn JonH THOMAS, a noted desperado and a gl mail robber, escaped from Jack Wharton, riorvi _ United States Marshal, near Hazlehurst, equin Miss., by jumping through an open car win- tende dow while he was handcuffed and the train withi going nearly thirty miles an hour. had b RECENT information from Los Pinos their r Agency says Shavenaux, Chief of the Un- gin w e compaghre Utes, was at the agency and peopl stated that the Utes would probably not Savio 8 submit to removal to the new reservation We c because there was no grass there. This Ute aaiee e chief is now under indictment for the mur- Roug der of the freighter Jackson. One 1429, thousand United States troops are camped in thi a few miles out from Saguache, en route to the fi Los Pinos Agency. Hon. Otto Mears and lodge other members of the Ute Commission, to- Coul gether with E. M. . Smith, Secretary of the Ile Commission, will accompany the troops to Whei Los PBios Agency. Predictions are freely counN Mnade that an Indian fight is inevitable. The the i, trbops are heavily armed for every emer- sevei i- g4ney. teen sr TmRE being now pending in the War airi 1 Department great numbers of volunteer pen er rn it sion'claims which can not be satisfactorily she . -verified for want of information which the to at missing records of discontinued volunteer glis be commands would afford, and It having be. oher ns edme known that officr of the late volun- io ir tder service have still in their possession or cele d4 uider their contr61 b6oks and other records Den psrtaining to their corps, divisions, brig- Kit at ades, regiments and companies, Adjutant- vQte * G- neral Drum has issued a circular calling orde a. attention to the fact that all such books and this re rdcords should be deposited In the Adjutant* be ri d- Gneral's officee, and requesting they be for- she I at warded without delay to the Adjutant-Gsa- serv eal at Washington. 8na at MITa body of Miss Frank M. D. Ken- her. . dill, of 'Madison, Ind., was cremated at her I r- *ashnlton, Pa., the other day. The lady Agu ler ws well known as a writer for various pub- won he iUtations. mad v's ,R. N. PaslTr, Superintendent of the rse l Stewart Iron Company's Works at Ugion ttn, Pr., was knealsd senseless by three i S n aend robbed of 401,000, irth hleh elie lte P i to pay off the hands.' lug Txr IS ai &gsintional report~, via sen P~ rthat Hesqy Ifeman, the weoan whq e~t d us eonademned for partioipation I the the Car's murder, and respited.&.wlng to her e rJ7 dlicate condition, was repeatedly strung.up tq force from her some disleosures asbou her a .ats, and*that oioae aion her tor ty, to orsstepped the mark and thus . s. te. r The rei rt iis iot generally cred- * toTa strpatof li asic , lys e na iae destroyed by .fre. The loeases are tos ormonius, and the ihabitaats are in great t ILrn dispaths plae the nmber ot i Luby the I n(O~,t) disaster at not far 014 . o. .1. STu Executive Comniittee of tle lows it Farmerm' Alliance have orgsalzed a 1 oF s' Pr6tective Asseclatih;& uider the groratioliwa of the 8tsateiid ritalned b P.b B. f.' Btler, :of Masseedes;efts, and Chistidr C. Cole, of Dedi onies, as - tis ald, mei d allbifi d, , Sneg tiatiouns having failed to aqcrp.a. " eo ation, ot prices for barbed wIre h , f b .Y thIe' 1h .i hno9e V .i- he ea ner t itiit~, a, di it orkile ritas ji oa number:of moomeshliers etitld iu the I atiMorgantn , FaIne Conityi wdhi.th $ *.TI. Ejederai 0ioaffi ls here bean Su-i ·argostallt paregI.sedb el bllide with asrevol*er In- a it tof- mseal " ,,as uttiAehino ,,tolpl s 0SeatsU e & ch tho t troadd . as' liAs BowULA .s SQC Se triOOldIM ly ~i3Rt~Fl~ n ~'W~f d -. ·i fprorbasbrly ib Ra~C~ ~ 1~Ciit~~~~l *5u~:ti api ' ~1U"iW1iS oth S~ 3~ L i~t, Jr.d &,OLt~whid ~n·e41 * i~B~~t~ '~j~ 1~ hpop,~p4 eel$ pobj~i Jy bt ;Li~O~sFj~i~id~Ii~kIa *vepj j opa xa U f *~jgj4 Jeanne Dare. France had never--has never--been -Her so near extirpation. "The people," as necticut the historian Martin expresses it, "were physicis no longer bathed in their sweat, but -Th( ground in their blood, debased below typhus thinisets of tho forest, among which possible 4tey )ander, panic-strick~n, mutilate, -Mrs in quest of an asylum.;i; the wilder in Yorl ness." -This fervent an i sympathetic dredth 1 girl came at lengtrto ase the desolation edivlik of her country; her own village was laid waste and plundered by a maraud- -A ing band. From childhood she had country 'beenfamiliar wit the legend, ' F'rance, .isthe 1 lost through a maid, shall by a maid be Monver saved." The story of her exploits at court, in -Mi camp, in the field, is familiar to all the ty, Ga. world. A thousand vulgar fictions ob- made l scure and degrade its essential truth. spun th What this untaught girl did for her her ow country was simply this: She brought -A to bear upon the armies of France the land, a influence of what our own Western aritbm< preachers would call a "powerful revi- intuitiv val of religion." From bands of reck- ting he less and dissolute plunderers, she made "of a French soldiers orderly, decent, moral in sim and devout. Hope revived. She made with si the King believe in himself; she made orderer the court believe in the cause. Men sum. of faith saw in her the expected He no virgin savior; men of understanding in the perceived the advantage to their ranidit side of having her thus regarded. She if may, too (as some of her warrior com- sum to rades testitied in later years). have in the really possessed some military talent, ad as well as martial ardor and inspira- hekn tion. They said of her that she had pensa good jod ent iu. placing artillery. pensasums, Latar in,. er short public career she coal showed herself restless, rash, uneon trollable; she made mistakes; she in- --T cuirred disasters. But for many months, Baran during which France regainel a place or da among the powers of Europe, she was round a glorious presence in the army--a war- sons e rior virgin, in brilliant attire, splendidly jected equipped, superbly mounted, nobly at- Peters tended; a leader whom all eyes followed dailys with confiding admiration, as one who the seo had been their deliverer, and was still enviro s their chief. The lowliness of her or- awoke gin was an element in her power over a the ac d people who worshipped every hour a ant pi t Savior who was cradled in a manger. amine n We can still read over the door of an sequel a ancient inn at Rheims, the Maison turbei Rouge, this inscription: "In the year for p: a 1429, at the coronation of Charles VII., were, d in this tavern, then called The Zebra, St: Pe o the father and mother of Jeanne Dare playec d lodged, at the expense of the City the c . Council." ties. e Her career could not but be brief. wasri , When she left home to deliver her , country, she had lived, accorling to plaini 1 the most recent French authorities, . seventeen years and two months. Fif- so teen months later, May 24, 1430. after hare ia series of important victories followed whiel by minor defeats, she was taken prison- habit or under the walls of Compeigne, which in I she was attempting to relieve. French troops, ighting on the side of the En r glish, captured her and held'her pris oner. Freuch priests, in the metropol- PcP ' itaq church of Notre Dame, at Paris, nsti or celebrated .her capture by a-T "To i Doen." It is doubtful if her ownthi King 'lamented her loss; for this de- rotgl 't- voted, deluded girl belonged to the $nid °g order of mortals whom the powers of Y d this world often find it as convenient to Yk t'be rid of as to use. It is probable that ttok r- she had expended her power to be of te a* service and had become unmanageable. The Small, needless failures, chargeable to cent' In- her own rash impetuosity., had lessened had at her prestige. For the fair and wanton amoi y Agnes Sorrel the idle King of France V ib would have attempted much; but he that made no serious effort to ransom or to e rescue tie Maid to whom he owed his Conidential. char ens SThe other mornailg when Mr. Jones impc Sentered his'faninlydrug store to have a n s resciiption put up he found a new d ( blerk la attendance. Mr. Jones has liter "eansiderable' curiosity, and while he r waited he began. r- "Been here long?" lg lu " Only two days." SOolngto stayP' ..' * - Ithinok so- "6" -"Old clerk gone for goodf* ' est "Noi I~ sne from St. Louis." "D, Didi t like the town,I spposel "Oh, fai y.",. I , .tl '"Gota betteroflfrhete, I presume?' of ot i*Weill, not much better." ' id fa Il i late to you!?, ion w o* :' tom his. dsaughter?" * *'.aven't thought of it'" c "There was a brt' rest until the clerk thade dinished his labors, and then he r ed beckoned Mr. Jones into the back room o and hiad ad: S *You You lookkaperson who can deenided on, and I ll tell yvou in con e dnewhy I came here. 1I liked St. sois, Sad I had good wages, bt I eo hbpeniId to kill three or four persons. by putting uPnwrong.prescriptions and I" Ithought a change of 1oation wonld re us. ieve my sorrow. This isonthe square, ee aou know, and nothing is to be said un the IsIlar ouit twoor thtee of your leading e a t~ tiea id which cse i lahall give up a - basided 'aidtogether and go de wb', t ot t geein of his left ear 'rau 16king into' vbAhjy and his sore thitot got well without tie elp ofthe s tal i bi V6itra icy. accouints of Mex ea t rb eai Wp sent t&veleks. 'I et,6f Ct;*O 'hlicago Ti6ute ro dg'eepf agrjoulanral and commer- I SS ildistre. sbeybnd thie,'ossibility of h lietiherka' This dctntnry is atn'tral; hb tm ly bdt. Volcanic r~is thae blasted its dy V1a st i selions, hnndreds ·of . quare leagues, are but extinoteorters" ' sot ofthe Louisville. f th exico is not poor and'adtd,blut "fit'if a ha6ltedi:by~i near e, in 8e9nv )datst~ i th d p' t~t lUltion,~ui-t 4nh of"a e'qiual ( i~.rjy dathiber 'with that #hieh' Ma ieWi ow n M9 uhewQ airnt d aig Mltatir in S , U, w~uid u-en , t e '16 ih* bep.nwhonerdofh c l te 5 ~sc~% idlijlY~~ie iiiai~iiuthe m oENE ºAl. fection o. Aunt Mar -Henceforward the State of Con- ter know necticut will exact from all itinerant ure in th -The doctors say that the increase of. Industrioe typu nfev in New York portends a cummula' possible eaea'p c of XsT tc b7ifefa. insepenu, -Mrs. Ellie Grover, o aobf ie, good ho in York, Me., reached hoer one in- painfult dredth birthday .a few days ,spice,; re- cile was t eivn tng a. ...with *i - -n ogfer jf a free passag to this P country and hhpme when they roach it, it is the insCt 9westA'Largumenflthat the of Mormon missionrlies use 'm mafing where, converts. wgood on -Miss Boettle Green, of Forayth Conn- quaint a ty, Ga., has two.silkdresses which she suitable made herself, having raised the worms, kind, ab spun the silk, colored and woven it with have to her own hands. . e' . . acters gr -A little boy in Ballachalish, Scot- manners land, who was never taught anything of personal arithmetic, possesses an extraordinary modos ai intuitive mastery over figures. "Get- To ret ting hold the other day," writes a visitor, the cattl "otf a large slate, we figured a question well fed in simple addition, of nine columns and Cook, o with sixteen figures to the column. We drive a l ordered him min Gaplic to add up the color? sum. This he did in a few seconds. lived in I He seemed to add column after column and per in the usual way, but with extraordinary man wel rapidity, muttering the addition to him- general se in a soft, bee-like hum, until the street, e sum total was reached. It was,the same pocket in the most difficult questions of com- son of tl pound addition, though where he got a man the knowledge of the money table, indis- around I pensable in the working out of such ford Coe sums, neither father nor anybody else 1,000 ac could tell." who ace -The Prefect of St. Petersburg, M. year to Baranoff, suddenly gave notice, the oth- who on or day, that the town would be our- t t rounded by a military cordon, and per- married sons entering or leaving the town sub- a buggy jected to a rigorous examination. St. first trip Petersburg is chiefly dependent for its buying daily supplies of milk, butter and eggs on house. the services of persons who live in the purpoSe I environs. One fine morning the town you?" awoke to find the breakfast table minus drove 1 I the accustomed accessories. The peas- carriage s ant purveyors were being rigorously ex- emerges amined by the authorities. On the sub- The a sequent morningthe cordon was. undis- charact n turbed by the demands of the dairyman ery m r for passage; but milk, butter and eggs They e3 were, however, as plentiful as tsual ins agre , St. Petersburg. Te. peasants had di- life, but played a knowledge of the by-ways into people y the city which had baffled the authori- ple wit] ties. After such a fiasco the cordon pen, ar . was removed. r -It seems that kleptomania is acom plaint peculiar to ladies of warranited Nam I respectabilty, and the select oircles af block t seolety. When women of other classes compol d have a passion for picking up things for tricks which they do not intend to pay the tinet ft habit is called shoplifting, or plain steal- office h ing, but the line lady who lives in a forms fashionable house, and goes to chucrohj on thw B- and can not keep her hands off other adtie, _ people's property is only a kleptoma- often i niac. The law, while it recognizes no getalt distinction between kleptomania and not no a thievery, does not often lay its claws whose e roughly upon the lady of light fingers tin th o and large acquisitiveness, but It made wi #A ofan example of one the other day in New Woom t, York. The very respectible pautrp in Ma took a few hair-pins from a storecucon f ter, and did not stop to 'pay fo them. .. They were worth only twenty-eiht Very t cents, and she didn't wantthem, but;he 'ed. Shad to pay -0 and spend, aday in tjoaiion n among other oriminals for failing in they Sslight-of.hand trick. It is smgget al.. g he that more frequent application of this w i t remnedy would cure kleptomanisa. bo a . Queer_ People. hn * The rotesqaeness of many of the l characters inthe novels of Charles Dick- were eans is aecoupteil is preposteroius and nane tas impossible Wby'lnesian readezW. The l . monotony of ididiual chare ter with w ad apparently akes the material for 5 literature meager. Yetl thereare quaint firt he peitonrages It every comtanflty,.and seol heroes sad heoines of ovCtes are wilk- isxM Ing about among us every day. 'A cor- nh respondent from New Haven, Nelson "e Canty,' Ky3., Wrrltes to the Lonslle lmsu t6st an accouont of ' family theroin odd I in snames havrt'flO.L •IatLe fam Bible are written the namesof " Len-w ad three boes. The.,dore~ti9c-p tion of "Hell in the-K~el'~ i**iltzi tbgir frbm the appellation by which she was cnsecrated at biths the'Wek ihe n nme implies. Otf coise no living o erk e omin n nder the contr q em o his nomenclature, ad when "Jondon in at anJ'ld " a rididmlBele,' Be) i thi, r tbou their plowing, it is with such oxen h St. tli h origilnaml e of f odon fr4m t Judge," Mr. Hamilton has added to her et en the nick-name of "Squeezle Follet'." b a ,d *r. Hamilton goes to lunikviliq once see 1 I.year 'and purchases clothing simlar to ext Seal sacks," says this veracious cor- fo l rlespondent, "and the .ste aiments last sta ig tle children an entire year; the meal is up' scattered upon the garret floor to the Sdepth of several feet to preveht it from eaolding." Such is theostline of the cir- i amstances of a remoarkable man. He G·rd o ienot 'accounted peculiar in other re- whi spe ts, and is msier of his own house- tiger S'hpld, an intelligent man of comfortaible tain Sestate, and a good citizen. Nellon gr .'Countytsone of tthe'bcst'in'the State of f .d utUSe'ICentuc . P 2 : on I ihr All who are familiar with the talk of feed er an1 ountry town ate able to recall she lmn" 'silart historiesa sas the 'biA bi4t O Ir- Jssn Cotutty man: by th ger ro s nme, o Bowen would never enter his fft e-hbuse except by the back door, and re ts nlever leave it except by the froht. It pqri * of ablected early in life the spot for his el ,rs b1irialieeaath" an old':k etry r m ts. lle from all other erves, Il an otf led, th and ' re was nried. MackeyDuiaesn,itt Pi u cfthe same county, whose coepatlon, self wih that df 'a carupeter, is Altother:iiftr v- a oul Orable t6 the pursuits of knoirledge, is, so Sone ofetthe quot: les.rd e3sl afteralar i. fatihioef t in Ameeic." Hfe knows the 'at oth r dof evetrimpormatit evbtt in' thd jdm th history,' year, moat uand l, emsy d when essential, the minute.. His tni kuswlodt o itkrr f eUIbtyg altm s, ag dn. If our correspondent like n, Es," ot yt• of NeW Hava, will ecaitibat the earl. ep ouna history of their communlties, we rr ts ahll be able to furaish-our readers a i c scite sioet- lters.tinghSpter- tI.0,.o d in' . 'hideWit iat il s peb- 1 t e- 'session, is that of 41*tM Solomon, the b S(ravedvgier." Years ago his bronzed tli a nd esiace was fjmilisr ,~a ath rha t treetsof oIno6 Iw rarely t4 i'the s~cdan is tl~ gaiew " + .owth.4&i. . thas iSlr i thiisuot isle.R Iand eas, t ofbot humor ,' d .en.i.ihe wu w -.-ab l of -re fiection on the Yoricks of his day. Old Aunt Mary, the colored rag-picker, bet- M ter known as the Judge, has been a fig ure in that Athens of the West as long as the memory of a generation or two. Industrious in her pursuit, she has ac cummulated a few hundred dollars, but ATT( iidlepentleeo'ii ngif to live in ' dry goods box surroundedj, er rags. It is painful to say thnlt t o rary domi cile was utterly cong a 'b fire a win ter Qt a the J.ti tily escaping trches, with' rs on her k: u.esto, I~ ps'ie !blue grei tejion of Ken- courts. tuiy pseg, oth kfflIdk: greater number L. i. of q f'H, pl1 tbanmay b4 found else I where) but a'few instances may make WA I good our point that personages as quaint as may be found in- Dickens, suitable material for any genius of his ATT( kind, abound with us. We would not have to go far from home to find char- (Sue acters grotesque in person, as well as in manners and mind. But we do not court will personal violence from our local Quasi- I pnris modos and Quilps. .tte To return' to the district where both L. i. W the cattle and those who eat them are borough well fed, if not fat. Was old man Bill J I Cook, of Nicholasville, ever known to drive a horse of any other than a cream color? There was Sprigins, also, who AT ( lived in the pugnacious d:tys of fist lights and personal encounters, who was a St. man well connected and educated. His general course was in the middle of the street, especially at night, a stone in his pocket or ]hand. When asked the rea- p&'w ti son of this habit, he used to reply, " 0, i the ta man. never knows who is waiting couit a+ " around thb corner for him." In Wood- cr I ford County lives a man, the owner of 1,000 acres of the best land in the world, Ci who accumulates enough money every year to add 100 acres to his possessions, who only buys what is absolutely essen- AT] . tial to existence. A few years ago he . married. During his courtship he bought . a buggy. Starting. to Lexington on his first trip after marriage his wife spoke of Prart ; buying some articles necessary to the edes, s, house. "Have you any money for the Supen B purpose?" he asked. "Why, haven't n you?" "No." Whereupon he at once drove back, nailed the buggy in the carriage house, whence it has never emerged. . The sanity of the hundreds of queer characters within the experience of ev e ery man can not be fairly questioned. s They exist in every community. There wiln is a great deal of monotony in American Natehi life, but grotesque individuals, as well as tlo o people with romantic histories, and peo- truster i. ple with hearts, all subject to the artist's a pen, are everywhere. T Freaks of the Telegraph. : Names are always a great stumbling a block tdothe clerks, and addresses are ' composed of names. Most of us have r tricks of writing names in any but a dis o tinet fashion; and although the Post "- office persistently reminds us on the a forms given s to 'write outr telegrams 1+ on,j that the writing should be plain, this sr ad'ice, like most other advice,lsibuttoo e'n |- often neglected. Hence many telegrams Sget altogether astray, sometimes to the id not slt discomfiture of those into re whose h*'i s-'ti-fall, 'andwhif, Tfhwit s tin that any ei orhus.bee made, forth. NEW s wit act upon them. It is related that a woman residing in some small street n in Manchester once received what ap n- pered to miV a.nons trom ert hbs n. babtd to come up to hin in London. ht Very moeh.lrted,. she trat-once start- COt e 'ed, On her way she got into conversa 'l tion with another woman who was in the he same carrige:, rnd who she found was sai ed ale'pgoinf qu to see her husband, who ae, lis wa' in landon ill. This woman had besu.expecting to receive a telegram S her husband, and, not hearing, grown anxious and had inally set off without the telegtram. Further par he 11 reve*r4itt h :fwt *t* qu..im. tk- were the same; that their hnusbans' nd nasnes were the sate; tat.thbey both 'he liv in the same quarterin Machester; Ith a.hit laWl trausplred:t that the tele lor gk which habeun delivered to the int Irkt woman was the very one which the ad s ld ham been waiting for-the error at 1k- hi dei7 having been paused by some or- aI suh mistd W "HiIttllton Steet"f* ot dd in he writing5 Another cnrious case of e in- coledetnee of- w;ii'lbl; "heard h ear t ,n-I w that f a teoegram addressed, /r-'3 hidi, ".ohn stilngwise, 'Brookdean, nr. |, e,61Ki ~ _Lou '' ftMailObert8tiling- I Swe,'is brother, begingg him to come it eat neeto him at htel wh~b h he i /did - ca ,in Leedb. AfheA;dteds "Brook' s pa- de4u was in some way altered, and the sha4 .R t wasdelivere to another John as vas 8tingwie living somewhere in the u/ uu ortuattbmm,' Who had ndtohe'ma of a hin~, of bi irou~g er ber ..for: ik sqjne twenty rears, at olde starfed off bon in "itornmy, wetry weather, reached ,1 n.i the ovening, and was told by | xen th i r that be 1 ould not see his t brother ~that niiht, .as he was very far o from "el,; and- had gone to bed. The her eki. morning he was ushered into I Bt." ibert Stillingwise_'s oooexpecting to mee see this long-lost brother, when, to his r to extreme utonipharet and ,diagust,- he G cor- fotnd 5itnself codfrontkd ~ 'a auttei last stdanger!-B~elkack S~5i3g&age sf the Effects o Pea1lig on Animals. N rom - ju cir- ~r A. D. Bartlett, of the Zoological - He Gdrdens, London, has .remarked that re- while adult carinivoious animals-lions, use- tigers, leopard* 4tc,--oas seldom be able taied ana thbin only it the eost of dan ion g~r, the youon become, ypry tame and teof fold of those who feed and caress them; on the other hand, housed vegetable. Ik of feeding animals-stae , antelopes,oxen, eall sheep ad goate-if re.arlby h and from oas, birtn, become when adult the most dan the girous -aimals to be met with; while, r his if caught after theylhave. grown up, they and are timid and fly from man. His ej- ia IM pprience Miaal .animas of the: lattter fro his ctss has been the sanie as with the mqt. lanb, ,,issedd hie deiaoeaithatwarr er held, btught up as "one of the family." As ft man, it!grew larger and stronger, it became en" ion, cp s eols afst d .id.spdeibod,t, having" ti , is.so *aey thathlad obe consigned to a se hera' large field,where it became a terrorto a t the ptsseas-efuishkshops uM jp kip., and -1 | theJd mp, he was behid ltn ope in an in. ;.e day, stant. with one.g%6id u ring, the unfor- - His t4nate tn ekr ps,on his hands and all fiily entenped to thr butcher. Such is," ot ih~als as have been bred in e url niv" (Iot petted ald andled) and , w e p~ rest, become exceed lrs a wiOdh.ld n attemptismade to catch em, packthemap, or move them from dbpy~ & y p to adti. her :The reason for .Ie '].l.. uspauifest appems toa / , Sthe btttetaui animals, haing lost a nzed tleir fear of nan sad become famuiliart tn .d tb e. iwben t the ime comes for them T s arelyt4 b'ini~iiest their belligerent propensl t,/tls, have no. rspctiof persronsiand are rady to attack their former friend as d i tR~would .anyethe roealorimaginairU Mi altefintitidwlhmthinm, it is as novel as it/' o A 4 teirn afsurald:sate, and -: siiid k li their(rral wildne.-es. . b of re- Bein &fmtwr JM0y. 1ly PBOFEMSIONAL CARDs. WM. 8. JACL E. E. BUC JACK & BUCKNER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, pg NATCHITOCHES, LA. Will practice in the District Courts of -tt. itoches, lied IRiver, Wiun, Grant, Sabine tRl I)eSoto, and in the Supreme and Feder Courts. _ ..novl3.11 L. It. WATKINS. D. C. SCABtuonOugi WATKINS & SCARBOROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, (Successors to Levy & Scarborough.) Will practice in the Distri t Courtsof ti "I parish of N:ýtchitceh's xand I"t' Iliver, ang in the suprl'me Court of the Ptate. Pmromn ittention given to all busi~- s. .~ddr.e i L. IB. Watkins, at Coulshatt: , or 1). C'. Sear. borough, at Natchitoches. aprl0-ly J. iH. & MI. J. CUNNINGHAIM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, St. Denis Street, Natchitoches, La Will give prompt and personalattentionts all business entrusted to their care. NOW 1'ra'.tiee in the District and Parish Counrt t in the Parishes of Natchitoches, ed Red v, Ishoto a1nd1 Sabine, and before the Supreme ( Court at Monroe andNewOrleans. |anS, i.1ey CIIAPLIN, C. F. DItANGULT. T. P. CUMlIfL It Chaplin, Dranguet & Chaplin, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , it NATCHITOCHES, LA. e Practice in the District Courts of Xatetit. e ches, Sabine, lDeSoto and Rledltiverandints se ie Supreme Court of the State. inas.ly t J. iM. B. TUCKER, r Conslor ad Allorney at la, p. NATCHITOCHES, LA. re Will practice in the courts of the Parishesi t Natchitoches, Sabine~ Winn and Grant, sadt the Supreme Court of the Slate. Prompt attention given to all busines is. by 0- trusted to his care. may.1by T. B. STABP S, g Ire Colo1y1 SCoil n&Sug rFacti re op its -AND be us G U1 J U IA L E - COMMISSION MERCHABT, he ito Ofee, No. 79 Crondelet Streai Eh- NEW ORLEANS, . LOUISIAIA. 1t " Consignments solicited of )t Cotton, Rice, Sugar, ets. the is Sales effected promptly andtbtobiita account o my mends. as., ,UIC SSHREVEPQOT 'F "rniture Faclr. f Depot. o Iof ae lnaetoveoperatlou aSteae S dealer and consumers at a saving sm pierd, nds of from 15 tot 10 per ce-nt. rbetr goods than those nowi3 -m nli hdat t h N dirth i t tes of freight " 1ie I addition to home made constantly on hand atU stlok " 3 d tt of latest ste and d ok i. doorseambltndi, all the shades, mattresses, children' ca " 'o atwest market price. L& WAL3MLLET. , l0J]I for , MI . WALISLEVd h COa . into -AND-- a hs, General Comm Irioin KerchatiS FS PERDIDO STRET & NJW ORLEANS, " . a GRAND COTEAU, LA.. em ; Conducted by " Fathers of the Society of JeS ' Athate an a veue lores ulldWJnPe.i tWad ser ee inpressive.. Fan!. sbst A whpIe..ome. Education p tt.I,.6,a , came entitle anti Commereal cour.e. p iv fion pttitit " tOook.k 4pn, al.l.l a to a Medieal Fees 10; First entranceoo r ' i n i ,* --Jesut Fathers, New Orleans. " TAlBE R KINNEY&_ Such Dealers in ) and AMERICAN a ITALIAN cac MARBLE MONUMENT STombs, Headstones, Vases, tq. e .d-Col Texa and Losl er onl- block frm new Mrket hoe are SHREVEPORT, " " All kinds of cemet WO ntl t Ta3S r Iw Oake swi L sdalleble iron fencing. t 'e o the. 5 Irn t usuallya giveu to ageIta augtS-ly