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a. j. mtrr. - s.TXlS OF 3UHSCR1PTIDN. j 1 Joe Dollar and I'illr Out Vear. V TKKJlV OK AOVi:itT!MCi. .t ut. na Ti4i(r nrrTiiio. Ot Ülur TrrSn ir for Kirt Iniprticn, n 1 Twpm.v-Piv Crnti pr Spare for pch ; T K 4 1 LT 0T!II0. Omp Sqntr. Thrp 00 II K U 0 If 01) 3G On 70 (0 Kf f . IM KMirib tNltimn.' :n Httf Column On Column .'. . . . L'Ct lOTtfM " Rr-'itif Not'crd, Sfvrnt j'Kire Cpnta per Wrk; Trantirnt. Trn Crut pr lAat. it Aii.ir.ou i i mi: tahm:s Öi:r.LKfOMTAt?tf. RAILROAD. T! r WlirilMTH MKC WPT M Alt. ,t.... ?.w r. M. vi:iir rxw.-w a:;.,...: a. m. AC'coMaOOATION it 7.-0 A. M. Mfr, v: TW A.M. NWUT F.XPHK-S .. ti;.0 P.M. ACCOMMODATION .t M P.'.M. tum rt fMi.iii C'iß wrT MAIL 1 W I'- ACCOMMODATION 7:IS A. M. MH ..7 1 A.M. ACCOMMODATION ...7;l3 I. M B1MW rriral nnr n-nurtur f Train 1 - i;ite City, S nit latlinnn Mat Line. mi.ifitiT4iiic Mir coiir. riT. Arrirr. pvp-irt. M-n. ...M' a. . -!:. m. Nirhl Kwm II 31 P. n. II 50 p. k. Aerj.nmyiion ...0 OU r. m. C0-.I. CHI.fKiC ll.4l. rrirp. Ppr.irt. i(.iTiro litten . . .n 3j r. u. . . 1 no a. . DTr 4 t"")1 RalLROaU. ArHp. pppart. Mail., v KfpffM ...I2 .. p.m. ' I 2t p. m ...9 W t. M. 8 3') A. M business Dirtcforn. FIRST NATIONAL BANK J O r X I TiVU F.ST Fit, l I., North-put eortifrof W.iMnpton and Mp-ri-lisn strret. II.1uI.iu5 Hour f A. .H. I I 1. M. 1 or fin. THOrf. WARD, IWt. W. M. Lockk. Cashjpp. TPIE FIRST National Bank OF INIO-1 MTV, INDIAN . !V f. 0 '! itri 'Trret, !..v.rn Munir, Rua ! pH" F.arlmncP. Olli r-f .tt; Dr.' :t G'rrriimpf.i ft .n !. P lnt-rrtn I)p',t', "Prrp oirnt, !ir.int Ntr n t attrnd promptlr l CollffVior. II -Uiiir IJon-- V.M.. P. M. K. "TA'rlTCK. Pf-üfHt. R. S. FlSlIKK.Ci.U'.r. 12 GO. w. auo, M. 0., Vhynician find Surgeon WincUr-fr. Inlii:i. Trn Ipt hl prnfVin? rrTicr ta tho e;tip of iVim-hftrp mi.l TirinitT. IFiri! At t" KrMpp. frn r f M tu .n l S "it -trPt tSr formpr rpn'! i rr of Pr. F-r ;tMm. 8. M. MCLURE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AHO SURGEON, ,4lV M. .frri,' t" Ii' cltiifii of .in I rkioUy. II np mcmi tirniwu P;-- of c H n o x 1 c diseas ns. AU. ll.op of tlip EYE AND "E-.I"t Rrceip prtiou1r attention Ofrtoe Sonth UIp f rbllr SUftrf. In Dr. Wilmorp' DmUl offirp, Re1rn-p n Frnklm trPPt.nPr Mnrran Vp, opposite H I J'ir'i rpilpi. 4i J; W. YILMOBE, D JH 7ST T I S T, WINCIIKSTER. IND. " 4 1 OFFICE . th p'lIp of PuWlic ?'iT' P J attir. Rpai.lpncp on RpiJpnpp trePt, .Aiih fMl prtof WipchcftPf Olflcp houra from t'. l'i A M. aa 1 from I to 4 P. M. A. X UOSS. . DEN a1 1ST, orricn Fp fUlr. ovpr Tripp, Lawrpncp Ä Co.OroccrT. p.ft iile of the Public Squire, Wincbefttrr .lndinan. 'Si JOHN RICHARDSON, MERCHANT TAILOR CiCIRS. CSSW!R!$ NO VESTINCS. AUTonbnJ and mn I order n tic he.tmTc PRICK IlKAHrtSAM.E. WARD & SWAIN, REAL WinrVw.tpr. Indiana. ii..ihi;ieiitMii i ii mc 1T ANITACTÜRERS or FTJRXITl'RF.t ami Chair, of the latpat an. I Seat strict tilt rrjr &iar, WiMbPer Avn APi'inr vt At. Mit..hiPba.-..n.wh..-..-cPrM'- rrecmnu r- mm. , - - - i runi.lrT i b.mi. .- ri-: , . . i n . iip is tup i rwir nit ii mi. i ..i ik.... m r wit st. j wu. Ä- A N 1 Vol. 5. T T. M. BROWNE, WINCHESTER. IND. O.T.rr in National Hank baildintr. FR A ZEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WINCHESTER. IND , (?aTPnr to JihItp Prown,) Will Upm1 to all bmin-JM iplrutcd to Iii rrp . OFFICE -At tlic f rmpföfTiCP- f Jnl? Priwn. . 4 eal estate agency. , L. J. MONKS, AT.TO R N E Y A T L A V, Vir!iftrr. In Ii um. Will alten-' to PutIdj:, SplUnc find T,pinjr nil kiilf R" Eiate,on tlp mot fvcr :iIp tpnm Hfwill mUo nttpml to llP Pollpctlnp nl Spcurlne of U Wnlf of CIin. OOicc tip stair ..1 Jil RuiMing. W. A. HO TT AM, .ITTOit.XnV .IT ..III, AMD Jlilltary Claim .fcritf, HARTFORD CITY, 44; IÜncKford Countj. Triliana. JOIM J.CHK5IKT. lt!0L WiTIW. ur.vi. fstatt: or.c y. tl II 12 KV STX A TS OA , ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WINCHESTER, IND. Ari nU'i prrparcJ to procure Pension, tinnntlrt awl Arrears, of Pay Upon tho mnt fATor-h!o tprm. Strict at tpntion civn tr collection anI pctiritTol CUim. OnCP in Jil hniMirc. iTTon.vnv AT Li IV, WINCHESTER, rND. Prompt AtlrnOon Oitrn o the Col Irc1in of rinlm. I am i'i nuthorii:! (i.vintnrtt CKim A?rit.njiT will piy pirtiruliir attPiition to p'umrinr . . PENSIONS, BOUNTIES AND ARREARS OF PAY Al, t Ntp? Piilifr, mil w'H mk nut PnlMnr' Pur Arfnt. with Tidarlt (KrKixl fnr a fpp Ol OPP iloHsr. OlTue In Jail IIuiMtncfp tsirs. 11 FRANKTJ HOUSE. South-run Corurr of Tul'lio tnirp. WINCIIESTKR, IND. PI.TF.:; r.nMii iMi n, pr ipri ?' T Tl.rpc iorr Uriel IViiMiii" I'prn pnr.hsi sn,1 tfitt tlip Prpripnr. wlii prpos- ti Mirf r.o p-in t 'ip n tnmskrU fir.t-pl.1 HoU-l IIp ii.vStr tlir ptroni;T of U. vn J . JS . V A Y , HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORMAM-WTAL PAINTER. prrpirr! t" lo nil prvlr of pint.tu .i trrtinii'!? on rMioiifinip trnn. -Hir .tr, April 21., li r,. n VI CScor Drill r in STOVES AND TIN WARE. lmStPt I n .1 I nn it 4v"l SHERMAN. HOUSE. orpottrc ciio f pot, INDIANAnMS IN1HAXA. JAMES RUROESS. M I OUR. Propriptor. Clrrk. DR. FARNS WORTH'S n i s I? :k s a n y jKJijrj; diseases. 21 i Wit MiiryUmd M. Mridian (oi J'titioi ?., lNDHNArOI.lS.IN- . ' ' . WW Vr rn t r!il5 iWniitn n rp .'. M tj '. m-r1l" t ttie t aturr an.t t.ir.lit f .fltPii aff"-ii. A ftp r a la r.?, paril Kti.l nrr"fl l-rmptlrt n( ovoral r, in th ,riAI t .Irr-artif'-iit.ralt f'i'f m-laal V.iiril lh . imlu I nj ti" f t'f mt oS.ttnatf . tht PVPf cmp qn l-r l Oorv.it ! mrnHKt a-.p iU' nrr"i. " i ipr.- m rsn'lfl ponriPt' w0 m. A f-.tr trlftt. t'lffP U l' f- 'f VtHPfPal .ffPP" ln...f h'r'r l-nr t!nc. tul mu mw b rur-.1.i-hbliC tl .orof l H" rmJK t4 .tt.rnvf ri cr Ut dfPaJfal couri,. GONÖRhncA, GLEET, STFIC URE, Sperntatotrhe. Im potrnej. orÄetnln! raknr. AltrnJeJ w ti2a Dinrtv! tt Nrtcturnal KmiloB; SYPHILIS, TaiKlBT. Jr!4P!T.TafTl4BT 4. Htt TtT. PrPrtinff lU 0' rutarrs-n AffpctUna rpult- . frm .rral l'm". n. hch .i.U Ihr pr.rt rr-l p p ran i-tce. In iirh lhr vill f j 'liiPaH " aiffta rnrii.rt.t nir . :a f 'nal- tr. ar.l. in ! m;l t.;at- an-1 e-.al.1.-ltal ininnrr. lu .- ..... v.t .fkrliOM Ouarnnt."!; iiiPlutiir Ihr .rirtu Fmalp l..a. ai d ( .nnlaiut. r.niM t lhi cltiutP. u ..f t. mint wWiA ntrim ant Ml.riM nmiMru4t.lPt m4 furnhfl at Oi rj. Jh.. litluf t iJiiv- , all t 1rHir. k iuI bar U'6lf mp4pnP apni i i irrvM. ' a ii p it mmiiiiiiKini"'! .T.r . . . rortfl'lf o u . 4J,tM Ii W. KAKV-WOKIH. Ro lilt. IaJ:nara. ,ns. OffW. lour..- 7 A . M. I I. M tr .... i a M.t It M. rant Ihr rft.t"fX t Hnumnin- . j , (lvwllhi ED' & JL WIXCUERTEn, I1DIAXA, TncnSüAV, OCTODEK 03. 1800, CORRESPONDENCE. - - - For the ; ornt. Cfttti Towdip Opt. 1?,: Ttio diction - prmed ftfT In Orcen Township quietly, coni'lorin? the h ue before tlwj p,ople.v Once during the May there ojne' prospect of a Ii-iturhance, when some of theoldiern interfered and prevented a. 'draft fneak" frtiin votin tr. Two other uneak uowever succeeded In voting during the early part of the day. Had there lcen any of the fluid extract of "My Im convenient for tho "CopV'the prob ability ii that the day would not have closed so quietly. The Johu Copper.-on part' casit for the State and county ticket 33 vote, 10 !cs votes than the party gave to McClelhm in Ififll. O. W Julian re ceived 117 vote-, alwut 21 more than he got at the nominating o!otlon lat spring, and two more than Lincoln re ceived in 1S34, and about 15 more than he ever received In the township bo fore. Quite a numlKT of votes were polled here for Elihu M. Owens, that name appearing, by mUtakc, on the Itepnbllcnn Union ticket, Instead of that of Alvin M. Owens, U)C person in temled; eoneiuentIy A. M. Owens' vote in thU township will f;rll hört of the regular county ticket. Julian' was three U'hind Ihc State ticket, that being 120. R. II. Itrothcrton (Rep.) was elected Assessor fr this township. All the Johnson-policy candidates voted for in this township, have gone up Salt IUv er. .SVc transit yloria My Tolicy. Yours. Ac.. Aucuican. For tha Jitarnal I'.diicntion and Civilization We find in the earliest historic times that there were wise men, to whom matters of imiortancc were referred, for their consideration. Kgypt apear on the stage of action as leing one of the earliest seats of civilization. It was nlo celebrated for its great learning. When it was designed by Providence to liberate the Jralites, Moses was a. signcd the task, he being by Proriden tial provi-ion, eilucated in all the wis dom nf their oppressors. Even in the Christian world, to Paul, the let edu cated apostle, Is ascrlUsI the greatest powers. Abraham, the father of the Jewf, waa a pchool teacher. When the Spartana lieeauie tired of anarchy, they appealel to Lycurgus, the most learned man in all their prov ince, to give them a etde of laws that ! would pive them peace and quiet. To 1 Solon did Athens apical for a code of laws that would secure to them peace ! and happiness, lie being the most learn ed man In the province. In Rome, wisdom and learning was respected, as it had never; lefore leen. All wh. are acquainted with the his tory of the past, know to what emi nence it attained. Almut the year 210, we find the Uomans forming settle ments in England, and establishing and Imbruing their spirit of learning in all with whom they came In con tact. During the 1.1th century, we find the people compelling their monarch to sign a decree, declaring that rulers have no right to tax the Common- His ower opened the heart of a miser wealth, without their consent. The" ly rich man to contribute to the ncces hi story of England clearly shows that, ity of His saints, oven when it wan op ill all instances, when the head of the j pamntly contrary to all the desires of government has been educated, it has j the heart, certainly when the act stood lccn prosjKTou, and when it was not, opiosed to all tho practice of the life. the vitality necessary to the welfare of s government, was wanting. Now, if the history of monarchcal p0VClTiincnt show that it isiecessary to tlu. weu-beir. of bo same, that the head should bt educated and enlight- enod what should Le of more impor- than the genera. dhTusion of tance knowledge among the peopie of mit government, that It should haver tho stamina nccciry to Its own perjet uation. The People are the head of this gov ernment; hence the Poplc are the governors. Therefore, they should know In what direction to wield their influence, to make ours the lest of all governments what governments were designed to bo the home and blessing to the people. A torough study of the past alone, will enable us to act aright the part of freemen. : -Loo AN. - -' LYNN. ' Sppdal f orrcjynJpnPp t fUnJoli'h Jornat. OrTtt t. lCC. M umfnrtarinz KÖrjrha Irnprore. mriil1 New Tirm lxppcted A pa r tit prahl p niaC9t Proual .f ntrlro oiiinl. Farmen herealout are engage! In manufacturing sorghum molasses. The numWf of gallon that willige made this fall is likely b exceed that of any prevlona year. The cane, though dam- airt-d somewhat, vields well ani the - y juice t'irns out a rieh article of Kofgum. I M ritOV EM KNT8. The work of repairing anl gravpl- ing tle tldwalkii, roe hnnely on. A. has gravelled In front of g and store-room, now or latt & I Iensha ws d rj- goxls store. IN roospECTTVE. Parties from a distance hare been here this week trying to purchase prop- -rt.. nr nn nt-rst fn nmt firm. Of- - -7 ' - - - - - i j fers have leen made them whleh, .TU P accepted, they will open a new dry goods establishment here. TlLACKSMITiriKO. Joe Shaffer, of Winchester, ha, re cently formed a copartnership with Locke Co., In the above business. These gentlemen have a reputation for being excellent workmen. TIIK ROAM Are dry, weather clear and pleasant; out-door work moves briskly. Busi ness continues steady, with but little change in staple articles. Tradesmen are complaining of being over-run with work, and, Indeed, the shops never were so crowed at thin season of the year, as at present. Strangor arc de sirous to locate here, but can nut for the scarcity of houses and business rooms. Men of capital are on the qui rar. new firms are expected.- and a number of dwellings and business ! houses will le erected next reason. j Ueut. J. T. Cronner. of Huntaville. was in town Saturday last. Ho talks of locating here; hope he will, as ho is the kind of man wo are ready to wel come among us. MATRIMONIAL. On Tuesday the 15th Inst., Mr. Tho. II. Cadwalladcr and Miss Charlotte E. Piatt were maried, near this plac, by Rev. John Polle. Also at tho Lynn Quaker Church, Mr. Nathan Mills and Mi is Louisa Haird were married on the 18th tilt., according to the usual cere monies of the Church. We did not receive the customary "cake" with the above notices, yet wc wiah the young folks all the joy and happiness imagi nable. PERSONAL. On the reception of the Journal here last week, we witnessed somo side splitting demonstrations over the local headed 1 4 Fc roe iou." Sam. will do to take the place of Prentiss, afterawhlle. Ciceko. a r Ft "Let thf Widows Truit In .Me." nv J. C M'C. How often we see a widowed moth er with a little flock to be trained, fed, and clothed by her unaided efforts, un til they shall be old enough to earn a living for themselves. "What can she do?" is the question often asked in utter discouragement by outside friends. Yet it Is wonderful how they do manage to get on often very com fortably, and even cheerfully, humble and scanty as thoir support may be. This cruel war has left an army of widows, who must folvc this hard problem. But there is one sure sup port. "Let thy widow trust in rae," Is the Lord's word, and He never bids any one trust in Him without at the fame time assuring them of abundant help. Any widow who will make the Bible her daily guide-book will find in it a sure helper, a wise counsellor In every emergency. They can not go wrong who have God's spirit r a di rector. God's resources are as lound less as His universe. When .vc are ready to exclaim, "If the Lord should make widows in Heaven, then might this thing be." God may make widows In Heaven and shower down blessings upon us when wc least ex pect It. These "widow in Heaven" are all very easy to Him. How often has Trust in the Lord, dear, sorrowing sister, ami make the Bible upon your table the daily companion of all your household. Read it to your little ones, and encourage their faith by God's precious promises. You may never know in this world how much their chihi-fai ith may avail you. Light will Kj,ring up for you in the darkest places, and help from the most surprising gcurces. Iearn to recognirethe Lord's hand in all that befalls you, and you will soon find cause for thanksgiving at every step of your lonely journey. S m ' The Iron Kulc. "Mother was never half so strict with us as father was," atd an elder ly man, speaking to a nephew. "We did not dare loiter when he sjioke, not au instant. But wc always fwttf our mofhrr the tKxt." In those households where the drill Is like that of a military corps, there is very little love left. Tho parents may take a pride in the studied pre cision with which their commands are obeyed, and the clock work which ticks throughout the hou-c, but where it is brought about by a minute net work of rules and penalties, home de generates Into a house of refuge or a iwirrack. Under a decoroui exterior ma be hid heart which burn with hatred, and only abide their time to throw off all restraint and plunge reckleslv into whatever has been ,eri.tofore forbidden. Almost every community can furnUh Its sad ex amples. I knew a large family ofsons brought up under the iron rule, who set their '.'aces against all coerdon in their own houeholds, and their children were perfectly unrestrained. As a natural result, they grew up most unlovely, and In some cases unprincipled. The evils of the too "rigorous system wer i apparent even In the third generation. Obedience In children is most de- slrable, but the means of securing it if 'are quite aa important the end. Pi M IOÜMA IL runts often, and perhaps umally, over look thl great fact Home discipline hould b quite another thing from school discipline. The more you make your children like machines, the more you crush out from their hearts all that makes life lovely and excellent. As one has said: "To rule them in such a way at home is to wind out of their hearts, by a slow but sure process, every root and fiber of affection; nor will it fall to render them in the end murky, obdurate, crafty, aelflah and malign." What a doleful catalogue of traits for one of our children to posscsa. Love is a mightier king than power or authority alone. Let is away our househeld, guided by wisdom, and every added year will Icepen and strengthen the home affection. In- stead of longing for the hour to come when they can fly from tho net, they will leave it regretfully, and come luick to it at Intervals with delight. And oh! in all the turmoil of llf the heart will turn to it over and over again with a benediction. It, influence follow the wanderer through all his Journey, even down to the silent valley, cheering, and bless ing, and guiding it onward to that home where thtjre in only love and peace forcvermore. Fashion. Fashion m!c3 tho world, and a most tyrannical mistress she is compelling people to submit to the moat inconve nient things imaginable, for her sake. She pinches our feet in tight shoes, or chokes us with ;. tight neckerchief, or squeezes the breath out of our body by tight lacing. She makes people sit up at night, when they ought to be in bed; and keeps them in bed in the morning, when they ought to bo up and doing. She makes it Tulgar to wait on ont'f eelf, and genteel to live idle and use less. She makes people visit when they had rather stay at home, eat and drink when they arc not hungry or thirsty. She invades our pleasures and inter rupts our business. She ruins health, and produces sick ness; destroys life, and occasions pre mature death. She makes fools of parents, invalids of children, and servants of all. She L a tormentor of consciences, a despoilcr of morality, and' an ene my to religion, and no one can be her companion and enjoy either. Ttie Prnsnlao. Electoral Law. The law for the election of Repre sentatives in the North German Par liament was passed Septemler 14, by the House of Deputies, in the follow ing form : First. A Parliament is to be assem- 1 bled for the consideration of the Con- stltutlon and of the regulations of the North Germanic Confederation. Second, Every man blameless in the eye of tho law, who is a citizen of one of the German States united in the Confederation, is to be a voter as soon as ho attains the age of twenty five. Third. From the right of voting are excluded 1. Persons who are under guardianship. 2. Persons against whose property rules of bankruptcy have been guranted, during hc term of such bankruptcy. 3. Persons who obtain support as paupers from the funds of the States or of their district, or who have obtained such support du ing the year preceding the election. Fourth. As criminals, and there fore excluded from the right of voting, sha'l Ik? considered those, from the full and icrfcct enjoyment of their rights as citizens, have leen withdrawn by legal sentence, as long as these rights arc not restored to them. Fifth. Any man entitled to vote, who ha belonged for at least Ihreo years to one of the States forming the Confederation, may be elected as dep uty. Penalties for political offenses which have been undergone or remit ted do not exclude from election. Sixth. Persons who occupy a "pub lic ofllec require no permission frotn Government to tnter Parliament. Sevtnth. One deputy is to be elected for every 1k),00) souls of the popula tion, as shown in the last census. A surplus of 50,000 souls, or more, In the total population of a State, is to be reckoned as equal to 100,000 souls. Each deputy; to be elected U a special electhe department. Eighth. The elective departments will be divide 1 for the purpose of vo ting into smaller districts. Ninth. Whoever wishes to exercise hl rieht of votin In a particular district must have his residence at the time of the poll in that district. No elector ma vote in raoro than one place. Tenth. In every district lists will be opened in which the Chritian and sur names of those entitled to vote, with their ages, professions, and dwelling places will be entered. These lists hall be open to every one's inspoo tion, at the latest, four weeks before the day appointed for tneeiecuon, ana this U to be puUiely advertised. 01- Jeetlorw to tbeliUaretobcmadewith in eight days of the appearance of the j der, that they all roared again. Gm publlc ad verüsement to the authority pardon. by whom the advertisement has neen published, and are to be settled within fourteen days, whereupon the lists will be elo-ed. Only trre are entitled tn wo. ir. vot who have their name inscribed on the lists. Eleventh. Voting is to be in pub lie; members of the community are to take part in it who hold no direct ofticc under the Government. Tho vote is to be given in penon by means of a voting cartl, without signature, which is to be inclosed in an envelope, ndo placed in an urn. Twelfth. Tlie voting la to U direct. Election U to be dependent upon the absolute majority of the votes given in one department. Should there not be an absolute majority, the vote are to be taken over again, butonly to be de cided between the two candidates who have the most vots. Thirteenth. Representatives of the Deputies are not to vote. Fourteenth. The polls are to take place at the same time in the whole State. Fifteenth. The elective depatment and districts, the directors and the pro ceedings of the elections, in pk far as they are determined by the present bill, are to be settled by the Govern ment Sixteenth. The Parliament exam ines into the privileges of its mem bers, and decider, upon the granting of them. It regulates the order of its business and its discipline. Sevcnteeth. No member of thv Par liament can at any time be prosecuted In a court of justice or a police court on account of his vote, or for any ut terances made use of in the exercise of Iiis office, or be otherwise rendered responsible outside of the Assembly. To Folks who Qaarrpl. "The chest of drawers will stand beautifully under the window," dd Tom Lavery. "Under the window!" repeated his wife as pretty a little woman as you'd see in a day's walk, but with a cruel tongue that would give nineteen to the dozen any day, and not think it a trouble "under the window," she said again, with a scorn ful curl on her lip, "it shall never go under the window as long as I have breath in my body; no, it shall stand foment the window, where it will bo seen and admired; under the window, indeed! I wonder you don't say the chimney!" It shall go under tho win . ... dow, Monya Lavery; its too ea.y 1 1 have been with you entirely ou ae ; never atlsfied. full of fastina, and think all the world must courtwy to you; it hall go under the window, and you had better not dare hinder It." "It never shall," said Monya; "I'll pitch the chest into tho street flr.t." "And I'd pitch you after it for com pany," said Tom. On this Monya raised a "wirr Is true" that yon'd hear from this to Bantry, and Tom's loud voice had more noise than sense in it, and took the stick to his wife, and hc screamed murder. At this lucky mo ment the door opened, and there, sure enough, .stood Father Barry, and, a became a good and holy man. he asked them what they were at and what they were after, and as Monya had tht nimblest tongue, she paid "her husband was that Omathawn that ho would have the chest of drawers under the window, which she would never give into, never, she'd lay her bones in the green churchyard first!" But wherc'a the chest of drawers?" said Father Barry and may be the fool's look didn't come over both of their faces. "The cheat of drawers?" said one; "Is it the chest of drawers?" said the other; "Oh, sorra a chost of draw er we have at all yet." A Qtwatinn Anawered. A teacher in New York city, who took great pleasure in Interesting and drawing out her scholars, always told them stories about the different towns, countries or islands, hoping tophus fix In their minds the dry details of lati tude and longitude. Coming one day to the the well-known island of Juan Fcrnadcz west of Chili, she related to them the story of the sailor, who was left there by a cruel captain, and passed years in that dreadful solitude. Wc have all been delighted with the story of Bobinsoa Crtnoe, which Pe- foe, the author, founded upon this fact. Her pupils listened with open eyes greedy cars, and promised not to for get it Some time after the examin ing committee visited the school, and the children wcro questioned upon this very Island. They located it promptly and correctly, and then, feeling a de sire to display their erudition, the teacher asked: "And, now, what more can you tell rae?" To her dismay there was no answer, except a flight negativo wave of one or two little heads, until, much to her relief, up came a hand. "Well, Jamie." asked the teacher, confidently, for Jamie was an attentive and prompt scholar. Jamie hesitated. "Why, Jamie, have you forgotten w ho was left all alone on this desert j inland?' she asked. j "Oh, I know!" houted Jamie, ,Fcr nannr vy,! . Ecrnandv Wood!" jarnie's prompt met hod of deponing j of thl. notriou politician was greeted wjtjl hont of lau cht er. which he met innocent won- TnE assessed valuation of property , in Georgia is $207,000,000. In 1$60 it wt? p37 "522,777. Ur4 U PepUsi. . The London Daily NfwV iayi: . The last Fenian taperljtica to Cana da was. composed of a boni without discipline and without irtillery, and carrying its whole eomoUry In whisky flasks. But it Is more'clvll t the Canadian, of whom It says: Their panic-stricken Journals abound In lauguagtthc most vindictive aslnsf the United SUtes Government, while they cry luti!y for troop rVom Eng land. The public feeling of the Cana dians is so utterly debauched by our habit of doing everything for them, that they will not so much cs dafrnd themselves against an Irish rabble. ThU Is not at all a question of Cnlonial loyalty or of maintaining the British connection. The Oinadiana are not required to do any Udog fr us. Tho work to be done is their own work that of defending their hen roosts and pantry and rather than do Jt - they back malignantly, and invoke the pro tection of the army of the British Empire. The Mara! Market. The following report of matters in the moral market has been made. We hope it is not entirely correct: Honor scarce. Old stock exhausted and the new will be a complete fail ure. Virtue old growth nearly consumed; young growth, prxxpecU very unprom ising. Honesty none in market. Prudence all in tho hands of old etock holders. Modcsty-ttock badly distl none ibr sale. Vice market overstocked. Pride market glutted. . rolitencsj cheap; holdm CSTTlllisj to dlnpose of stock at present rates. Scandal none at wholesale. Dealt in briefly by hawkers and peddler at retail. Lov6 none offered, excer.t for green backs. Talent Hcarce article, sold exclusive ly for cash. Consistency out of fashion. Turkish trow!, it is said, will be the fashion for Isdics In Paria this winter. ' Tnrs far about fX) persons have died of cholera in Chicago. . - . a . m. The laws regulating the) tuYt franehlso of the State of Tennessee, were approved by President Johnson. There are 80,00") white citizens of the State, form-r rebels and rebel aysp- th Iter?, who can not vote. -; It Ls stated that Mr. A.T, Stewart has mtimateU his rcaainrsu to, pre $1 000,000 to build tenement hoU-tCS fcr the in Kev Yorkf has Intimated his readlneas to. ri poor in isew " orx, pro vided ground would !c furnished. A f hi end says, in allusion to the practice of buying and selling wivee in Egypt, that though hi wife didn't cost him a cent, he was badly cheated la the bargain. The only living descendant of Chris topher Columbus lives at Home, and Is to visit America next year. He is de p-crlbed as a'genial man of sixty. At the recent session of the United States Convention tf I 'nivrmalista a. GalclrtlTg III., was raised for tha endowment of Lombard University. A negro culptrcs, Miss Edmonla Lewis, has taken a studio at Home, and works at her art In one of the rooms formerly occupied by the great master Canova John Pr.sxiMAN, a Boston printer, who cast tho first composition roller ever made In this country, died la thtt city recently at the age of 00. The cattle plague has broken out with great intensity in Galilei, Mora- ia and Hungary . - ..... The earnings of the Atlantic Cable in fifty-five days was X46,0S, an av erage f 537 per da. The Evanville Journal earnestly ad vocates the enactment of a Registry Law by the General Assembly of In diana, at the next January PCfdou. Gen. Santa Anna travels aliout New York drted In füll Mexican General rig, with a doz.cn gold medals dangling on his breast A vocni lawyer named James W. Stevens, committed suicide at Cory don, Ind., on Wednesday of last week, by taking morphine. The following dispatch wa sent t Washington on the evening after (ha election: "KnnKVK-, Iowa, Oet. 0. "To President Johnson: "We've spotted you. WilsoTi'a ma jority for CongTei, in the tosmshlp. Is 370- nepublican gain nf .774 over the gutwmatorial vote of lat year. "J. B. HOWE, lato kfeked-out Post ina4er." oii a?io rsn.. . A tar; ttuii Congroiueu xuvtr in filet upou u. Syntax.' Funeh'a direction how tc make- a hole in your income is sound ry a large rent. - "I don't say that man wUJ steal,' said a witnes on trial, "but if J ws chicken I'd roost high when he waa around." . Why U the sea salt? A Vermont teacher put thU question to his prima rye.. A brijrht little urchin re plied: "Because It Is full of codflbt sir' A charity scholar under eitnln a tion In the Plm, hefn ' t&ed. "What Is the pestilence that walket b in the darkner replied, "He, air.