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Devoted to Politics, General News, Literature Agriculture, and the Interest of Wyandot County. .: , .. $2,00 Per Annum , VOLUME XIX. UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY 'MORNING SEP. 9. iSG-i. NUMBER 4.5. TO THE LADIES !; ';' :.' 1 or AMERICA. LYONS PERIODICAL DROPS. LYOtf'S PERIODICAL DROPS. THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. 1 THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. ' TON'S Periodical Drops Cure all com Jplui ut s incident to the scat, and remove till uliiruetiuus of nature, from whatever cause, producing health. vior and strength. m Lto(t' Periodical Drops rt better than all .. fills, Povidurs iu.d nostrums; uiiiiir a fluid preparation, ttttir nclionU direct mid positive, and it needs uothlin; but stood oomnr A sense . to loo and undcrilnud the reason why they , Inure ail those ilia to which the ferrtule eyelem it subjected, with dispatch atid a deirree of certainty which nothing but a scientifiealy c-ouipouudt-d preparation could roachjtucy art, ja the most oostiuateoiiacB, RELIABLE & SURE TO DO fiOOD KKHABLE & SUliK TO DO GOOD and Cannot do HAint . t , AjND CANNOT DO HAU-U ' 'To the mist delicate rdnstitutiooR. Tjvon'fl l'riodical F)r.)iR will certainly pro duce tlie regular return of nntsire. it' ttikuu day or two before the expected period, and it - is a maxfiu m the profession, that urevdutiou is belter than a cure. ', "Lyon's Vei-iddiCttl Drops have been Used by , o?er twrtiity-iive Uiciuwaiiii ladius. wiihin tl six inodtlis. a.iid the testimony of all U, l CAUTION I (HUTIQN!! -' Bsif in mind that 1 Rnnranti'e my Drops to cure Supiiressiun of the M 'ns, from wlint ever cause, thdiifrh care should he taken to as certain if pr.'fruiillry be thy cause, as thesii Drops would lie sure to produce Mjscar.i'i j rftukru whilst in that situation, and alluer cautioned aijaimt nsi;i; liie n. ns I wih it dis tinctly understood that I do not hold nhsdfro- .. sponsible when used uuder such circuiuslau . Ces. " TO MAllRIED LADIES, They are peculiar y ti'lupt. d, k tliuv unci: ihc luoutlily pei'iVjd ithtieh piM-ft-eb rcn larity . I could t'nrnish am q i: atity of t-stiin nu i n of it eiifiCHry I'-ori uiv nwn patu-uU. hut Uir piacticeof parndiuK houiitrtiid fictitious oiihs baforcthe pub ic la ao p.tvaleut, 1 do not derm it advUUbie. 13E VlSi3.IN.TlMli SE WIrfE IN TIMS ; ' ' -:t-1 " ' ah; visk iv Tnis ...... lilfi WLSK IN TIME Let riot disease des'ruv your cottititutiou Trv a bottle of in? Pariodicu Drnp. ami yu will be atisfitd 'h;it I am iu imtxwtar Tul vour niHicled frien l wluvt rmJtorc 1 1 lie bl-j'tm uf , liualLh to yo'ir chi'i-k. . ;iiid r,iiere'v cotitut b fvnr morevtthialiUt tlun ut. For painful or BCAiily Mttiistnnliou it ijust tile the thinsi. 1 have now tu uy, mind an itisunf of a lady who had been sn'triniE ficlni niinh.il MBiiru- 'tioii two or three yenis, contiutu hi-r toiler fd'tmuachLimo. Sim had applied tn weverul ' eminent physiaus, without rttu-f, when one buttle or fliy Urnptontiroiy cuiea uer. ONE BOTTLE CUIi'KS ONE BOTTLE CUKES ;"0fK BOTTLE CURES ; . ONE BOTTLE CUUE Iti almost every case, It is impossible lo enjoy the blooid of hen HI) and viva city of spirila, unless thij Mos nro ruirulrfrftS to the time, the uuanlitv. and qual ity. Wlif-n they ansohHtuCtod, nature nitkff $icr eff iU to obtiiiit for it some otlier outlet, and unle'ss these e(lo'"ta of nature are assisted. ihR patient usually espsrieuces Depondfticy. Nervomaessi and tiiiotly, Consmnptioii a-'pnmc'i its sway, nu l prematurely toi'iuinates a tiiistra- pre me. Do not snffvir from thc-ra irre'ilaritics. when an idveUmiit ; of one dollar iu Lyon'e Period i- tal Oropw wiU rdiulate and rpatox1 natum tu Its oeauhy conrdR, btiu : DO NOT BE itfPOSBr) UPON DQ NOT M IMPOSED UPON by those who have o'her preparations,' which itiey derii'O to ptiJm off upon the strength of the popularity of my Drops. But wheu the Dru -jfUt yon apply to- has not ari theiB.etther nmke him buy theaj for you, oreUf euclose one dd- larto tbe nenrtst ganemi wholosala a-jnut, who will nd yon a dottle ay returned tiSpt-ess. E" See that the Tlarne of Jno. h. Lvoa is Vrittcn upon the directions which are wrap tied around each bottle. None other are gen nine Therefore, b a wore , of .Counterfeits They are for sale by every druggist in city and to;iutry, ato'it? do.lar ($1) per bottle, if you wifib relief tuke no oilier. DR.JrTO.LVON-, Practicing Physician, Neir Hayn, Conn,, ); Who can l?e conulted conrerniig; all diseas fia( either personally or by lotti'r. Gao. O. Owl win & Co , Boston ; D.S.Barnc k Co..Njw Y.ork; Lord & "iinitli.Ch'cand; Kan don Steel A Co.', Dotroit, Wholusale-Ageuts. ' y.- March 19, 8G4..-ly , : t... ASSURE .CUHE ETfeHYBODt IS BETG CURED OF rill distressing disease, by the ubq of Dr. Stricklani'sFil Rsmedy. - Bead whit a sufferer rt8: Mr J. P. HniaMe, 14( fipehnd Street. Cio einriah;Ohio. nny he hn hcn a dread fn! suf ferer with h Villi for a lone tim and has trl HetriyeveP'thing.tnri eould obtain no re lief. Ho osei about one -fourth of a rot uf Dr. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it made a Com plete cr4 Ht adviieseyeryone who isBUf ferieg, to try it, , ' .;-; 1,1 T CS.Sold ,hr atl liriirfs-iR, 50 centper "pot. M'in'ifaritWd n't No. 6 Eaafi;ourlii St. Cincvaiiati'OhiovvAtk for 'STKlCLi A'D S PILE RSiEDY. ' ;s mm, J. 3D. TE3AJE&.t&f -A-TTOIKISnE. AT XjA-W, and CLAIM AGENT. ClnitisforlHck Pay, Bounty, and Pensions carefully nud promptly attended tu. OKP.CE, up stairs, over the First Nation Hank, l'ppcr Sandusky, Ohio. Keb. 5, ldnt.-lf Zi. A, Bronner, t GK.AT .10TNAINSURANUE CO.,ofWy au.lnt Lomity , uluo 0T Office. Henrys' New Block, Second Story, UjiierS:induky, Ohio. " S7 W7 HOLMES. RIllENt Agent of the FHCEXIX In unco Co. UeorvK niook Upper Sandusky Wyan nty.Uhio. McKelly & G-riaeil, 4 TTOItNEYS AT LAW. Ollioo in Deerys' i'V lllock, Soeoud Story, Ui er Snudusky, Ohio. . , " Mott Bt Berry, VTTOllNKRS A I' LAW, Upin Sandusky, Ohio. OlIL-einttte Prosecuting Atlorney'ti Gll'k'e iu t!io iourt limine. , T. & K. McCormick, liATSTKP.S.will promptly attend lo Route JL l'iiennnip airou I'ainuns,. l .iper Hanjl ii!, tl ruining l!!:isinir. and Ceulttnl,ina lirii-k ork. All work done in the hou inauner, and noon ihe most renfloiiubleleroiH. (J" Sluip oiio door ijoutli of Uavid Ro.isher'fi (ii ouei v KMilc. I'o Teaclieis. 'pilE Roard or School Kxmilu.r of Wyali i. dot County. Ohio, from soil alter the firsL 0f.Msy.IW4. Will hold imelin? lot tile el-a-iiiiial ion of le-iidn-rs, under the ' not to pro vi.lefortlii' reorjaiiizn'ioii.su porvirinn n nd mai n hiiituee "I Common Se'iontt," and the unioinl. nwnts ihrreto passed, March 14, IBM, us fol. lows : . ' 1 n X mm Sandusky. ra Wo ll Saltirdiiys in .Tnly .t Vlit" st. On tho first and thi.d Salur duys iu: iSoveniiiur,' Ueceiubel', March urn! April. In Outv on the 1st Saturday, ih May and Si'iiteinher ; In Mexieo.outhe 3d Saturdays ill liny and September. ,, , , In Nuvada dn the 1st Saturday! Ih June and October. Iu VTursniUee on the 3d Saturdays in Juno and Oetoh.u". Uin'.or the nm-nded Selioid law, "enoh main ppliri'it. for eerlitioHts shall pay the board of eS:imiiie a fee of liity fenlt, mid each tenia Ih miplieiilit a fee' of thirty -five cents, ns a cond i lion oi' I'syniicitiou." Usauiinalions to eominrnee at 111 o'clock, a iu By order of the liooi o of Evuninem. llKXltr JtA'JUUX, Clerk. April S.1HG4. PITTSBMG, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO On ami 'irtrr inilay, .Tanunry alts. lM, it-il! leave this Stiitiim. until lurihei' (iriiorrt, osi'iilluivm HOIX'S BAST. , ooi.no vest. Etiresfc mull l Mil p. ni. itill T.ST .m Sis'liliiAl'rt'liS ll).tT a. m. Kxinosa lli.lita.lu " ' i.42 a. ui. y'ijthl ' li.OH i.in J. SI. OliU, Agent. WX Willi Id take tills inetlfbd of Infoiuilus the citizens of Tipper Sandusky and vicioitv. that v e Imvo have pnrchurd the LI VE III STABLE, formerly owned and carried on by David Bei- tie, Mtuaic on the east side ol Aiatu Mrect, op po.ite Archie's Hloek, and.arc now prepared to furnished, atsliovtest notice, HOUSES AND VEHICLES. nl' all kinds, such as tiugeies, Ctirrlages, Sub Irion re... tit the lowest rules'. ' 2$" Uivu us a eail.und weare ooiifldcnttllat 7u can pltane, in rigs as wen as price- . ' r- v.? JOHN MILLS, , GIDJiON IiOWEN. fdrch l"ft, iflfid1 tf. LIVERY JOHN H. HARDER, takes this opportdnity of inforniiiiK the cit lens oi Upper Sandusky and the public in general, that he bus opened a LIVERY -fsa': STABLE On Wyandot Avenue, below the Fellow Cor ner, In this pl and will, at all time areo'm. raodato the public with ahy kind of rig" they The But'gies'anc! Carriage are it the most fashionable kind, aud the Horse wre selected with a viw toplease tuetnost fastidiou. Don't loret to give hira a rail, when you wantto something "ice to ride in. C harp's moderate, auddrivei'Bsent with teams wheu desired. , ' , . ' . , ' -JOBTST H.HARbEK. UpperSandusky.Kov 27, lSfU-tf I A. W: Troprietoroftheold and well known Up per Sandusfcy ' DESIRES TO SAT TO THE PUBLIC that he itsUlMbcated at I tic oldstnhd nearly oppoBi(pth,'PterBofi Hntue, "where 11 can he accommodated with thcrcry bent HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES SULKIES, AC. . . 'j'nsta comfortably find up. nd accompanied by as earenil Driver., it desired, a can be found in Wyandot County. Don't forget to enquire fortli"01d TTp perSanlsky'IJivery'Sble, ff yon want a Good"llig." ' ' i ,T. A. -rixilAJis. ' Tf. Siiaob'.y, Apiil l.llt'i, ILUAMS. , AROEMAS WARD ON MATTERS AND 'fHIN(J.i. The sloodent and connyseer must have noticed and admired in various parts of the United Status of America, l.'tre, jel ler liaildbills; which 1101 only air geuis uf art in tliiiirselvos, but they tioutlilully sit foitli the ttltiaolion of my show a show, let me here observe, IhiH contains m:iiy li v iu' iiiiimal, evei'uiie of which bus got Beaatilul Moral; Tne iu liaubiU is sculpt iu New Ydrk. & I aiiiiooally repair thute Lo yit some more on 'tun ; dj bein' hole, I tho't I'd issoo a Ad dress lo the public on nutters and things. felilce last I nieyuiulered these streets, I hare bin all over the Pacilio Slope uud Utah. I cum back now, with my virtue unimpaired, bill I've got to git some unW ujollics. Many changes has taken place; even durin' my abort absetioe, is sau on uui is Solium to couteinplute. Ttie house in Varick Street, where i used lo board is beiu' toru down. That house, whioli was rendered luemoriable by my Jiviu' into it, is ''piirsiu' away 1 parsiu' away 1" but some of the timbers will be made into caucs, which will be sold to my admirer at the low price o( 81. Thus is changes HiAa' On ooutiilerly. In the New World it's war in the old world empires is tot lerin und dysunlaries is crmiibiin'r, These canes is cheap at a dollar. Sammy Booth sculpt my handbills, und he's an artist, lie studied iu Koine--State of New York. I'm here to read the proof-sheets of my liiuiki.s as last as they re sculpt, lou havo'td watch these ere printers pretty close, for they are as apt to spell a word roiiy; as anyhow. But I have lime to look round sum, and how do I find tilings ? I return to the Atlantic States alter a absence oltuu months, hui! what state do I find tile country in f Suntce it to say J. do not find it in the State of New Jursey. I til id sum things that is uheerin, par tic'ly the resolve on the part of Ihe wim in of America to Stop wearia furrun' goods. I never meddle with my wife's things. She Ulay Wear muslin from Greenland's icy mountains, and bombaii'ieii fluid In- jy s coial strand?, il she wants to; uu i'm glad to slate that superior wonnu has peeled oil' all her lurrin clothes and jilinpl into fabrics of domjslio lUtnulacture. But says some folks if you stop iuipor tin things you stop the Ileveuoo. That's all ritflit. We cuu stand it if the iiove- noo cant. On the same pi'iucip'e young men Should continue to get drunk or Freuoll brandy, and to smoke their liveii as dry a9 a corn-cob with Cuby cigars, because 4sooth if Ihey don't it will hurt the llevenoo I This talk bout the Reve noo is of the bosh, boshy. . One thing is tol'bly certa'u if we don't send gold out of the country we shall have the conso'la lion of knowing that it is in the country. So I say great credit is due the wimin for this yatriotio move and to tell the trooth the' wimmin generally know what they're about. Of all the blessins they're the soothiuist. If there'd Defer bin any wim in, where would my children be to-day ? But I hope this move will IwiJ to other moves that air just s much needed, one of, which is a genial and therrer cariaiu ment of expenses all rduiid- The fact is Weare rrettiu ter'bly extravagant, and onless ive paws in our mad career, ill less than two years the goddess of liberty will be'seen dodirin low a Pawn Broker's shop with the other gown done up in a bundle even if she don't have to Spout the gold stare in her head-band. Let it all lake hold jiutly, and live and dress centcibly.like our forefalhors.who know'd more'n we do, if they want quite . lo honest.' ' : There air other clieefin signs. We dont for instans, lack great Gin'ials, and we oerta'inly don.t lack.briiva iojers out there's ou thing I wish we did lack and that is oiif present Congress. : ' : ' " At a special congressional lection in my district, the "other 'day,'! delibrilly voted for Henry Clay. I admit that Hen ry is dead, but inasmuch as wa don't seem to have a live statesman lo our national Congress, let us by H means hare a first cUts corpse. And now, wilh a genuine hurrar for iho wimin who air goin to abandin fiirrin goods, uud another for the patriotic eve rywhere, 111 leave public uiatters, and ia dulge in a little plsashnt family gossip; My reported captur by the North Anii'r icau savijis of Utah, led my wide circle of friends aud creditors to think that I had abid adoo to earthly things, and wa il angel playing on a golden lint p. lleuts my rival home was unexpected. It was II 1. M., when I reached my homesttd and knoclit a healthy knock at the door thereof. A nightcitp thrusted itself, out of tin front- chamber window. (It waii my Bet sey's iiiglitcup.) And a voice said "Who is it ?" "It is a man !" I answered, in a gruff vols. 'I doni bleeve it," she set!, "then c.ouie down add search' trie, replied. Then rtismiiin my ual'ral voice 1 said, "It is your own A. W., Betsey! Sweet lady, wake ! Ever of thdii !" "Oh," she said, "it's you,, is it ? 1 thought I 6inclt something." But the old girl wasglad to see me. In tho Moiiiiu I found that my family were ents rtiliitl,ii;' an arlist liorri Philadel phia, who was there paintin some suitlin' whtel'fallsand montaius, and I niorin sus pected he had a hankeriu for my oldos1 darter. "Mr. Skimmeihorn, father,", sed my daughter. . "Glad to S(?o you, sir," I replied, ill a hospitle vois. "Glad to see you." "He is an artist, father sed my dau- "A whichist?" "An artist. A hainter;" "And ghiiier f I'pskt. painter and glazier, sir '?" "Are you a ' My dauter aud wife was mad, but I couldn't help it. 1 felt ill a komikil mood. "It is a wonder to ma, sir," said the arlist, "coiisiduriu what a widespread leputaion you have that some of our Eastern managers don't secure you." "It's a wonder to ma," said my wife, "that somebody don't secure him with chain," After breakfast I went over to' town to sea my old friends. The editor of the Bttgle greeted cordially, and showed me the follerin article he'd just written about the paper on the other side of tho street ; "We have rejenlly put up in our office an entirely new sink, of uniije construc tion with two holes through which the soiled water may pass to tho .new bucket underneath, tt'luit will tho hull lioUnds of the Advertiser say lo this ? We shall continue to make improvements as fust as our rapidly-increasing business may war rant. Wonder whether a. certain editor's wife thinks she can palm olf'a brass watch chain on this community for a gold one ? "That," says the editor, hits him whar he lives, That will close him up as bad as it did when I wrote an article ridicool ing his sister, who's got a cork eye." A few days after my return, I was shown a young man Who says hell dam if ho goes to, war. , He was Bottiu on a barrel, and was indeed a loathsome ob jects. , , Last Sunday I heard Parson Batkins preach and the good old man preached well, too, tho'. his prayer was ruther leilgthy. The editor of the Bugle, who was with me, said that prayer would make lifteeh sfjuares solid nonp'aril. I don't think of notliiu more to write about. So "Be'leeva if all those endear ing charms," etc, etc; A. WARD. 3 The French Government lias granted the sum of 200,000 franne to wards the execution of a Work on Assy rian Antiquities. jCST AJPhilosopher v?ho married a vul. gar but am?able, girl, tised to call; hdr "browu sugar "because he said ihi was sweel but unrefined. ' " .. ! X3f The New York Evangalisi states that Misa Catherine Beecher has joined the Episcopal Church and ' recie'vod- the rite of confirmation, i i"It is stated that th British Ad miral refused to allow the Tnllahnsse to coal in Halifax, after s Ac had tufon a wtU ct'ry'y. beauties op popular sovijh momrr. How long is it since every D.-nVii'i'iilic tongue was vocal with the praises of pop ular sovereignty? No lunger than the era of Kansas, wh.n it Was thought by the p wty that slavery mi.jht be more readily extended by it! What now is the situation in reference 'to that doctrine? Why the Democrats apply it with most vi-mr lothe rebels in tha S.oeded Slates and demand its recognition so far as they are teoimarncd in withdrawing from the Union; but as to the North they seem generally disposed lo resist it in opposing the draft. They are not willlng io lot ihe majority tale. The people, through thoir representations in Congress, provided for the draft by a largo majority which was a clear exercise of the right of popular sov ereignity. Why not abide by this di-ci sinu till it can be reversed iu the Consti tutional way? ' Can you nol trust the people to vote it down? Or are you de termined id appiy the doctrine only in the interest of slavery and deny it when freedom 'h concerned? Oh, Democrat, thou art a strange reptile, aud thy name is Copperhead 1 ' ' ' " England's loss in the Crimean war, says Cassell's History of England, was 122,407 meii, in killed, died of wour.ds and disease ; and the cost was C5IJ.0(10. 0U0, or about $105,000,(100. If lhej French less was the same, the aggregate I would be 44,934 men, and 530,01)0,000 which would bp equivalent 'to about 1, 000,000 000 dollars of our tvnr debt, ma ing a moderate allowance for iho increase in prices of all supplies iii this country. Thus coul 1 England and France, expend more than half as much in '.capturing a single fortress, as we have thus far ex pended in defending the very life of our nation I No q-iestion involving liberty or the organisation of ihe Government was at stake before Sebastopol, while wl? arc fighting for the whole theory of our Government., If England and France could lose so much for the sake of nation al pride, where is our manhood, that we cannot stand up to our uatioual preserva tion ? .,'' 1 SCENE IN A RAILWAY CAR RIAGE. . On the night of the 4'.!i inst., another terrific scene Was enacted in one of the English railway carriages. About two minutes before the, train started from London, a good looking man took a seat in a Car containing only four other men and some ladies. Soon after startiii" he showed symptoms of madness, and tried to throw himself out of the window. He was prevented by the passengers, upon whom he then turned wilh the greatest fury. The traiii was bound for Peters boroilgh, eighty mijes, and was to make no stop, the time being two hours. Such is tha English arrangement that no, communication could be had from one compartment to anothor, or to the officers of the train ; and there, durinir the two long hours, the struggle was continued amid the sorenms of tV.3 women, and the utmost effort Could get no ,ord to the guard on the train. The comfort of such a ride would not generally be rel-j Nhed TI13, maniac was laboring under; a fit of delirium tremens. ,. HOW JEFF DAVIS TALKS OF .': iPEACE". ; ; There lately went to Richmond, i: rather a curious way, Col- Jaques and Mr. Gilmore, to have a peace talk with Jeff Davis. Concerning tho Views of President Davis, Mr. Gilmoro in a letter to the Boston Transoript reports ! ' "Je!Teron Davis Said to me last Sun day, (and with all Ins faults j beljeve1 him a man of truth:) 'Tliis war must go on'till the last of this, generation falls in his tracks,, and his children seize . ii musket and fight cur battles', unless you acknowlcdgo our right to self'goirarn ment." .. .. , . . .... , , i We are not fightiojj for slavery We are fihlijig for independence, and thai or extermination we will have.' i . i. Copperheads of the North, : what do you thins of this? Can VaKkndigham I September, and that it would be a saving and his followers m':ilt-3 Beace' With euchjof money to finish up engagements before asaa ? th tt dite. ONLY A Q0E3TICN OR TWO. We mi-ht ask some plain questions which it. would be perhaps disngreeablfj though not difficult, for Democrats to answer, to-wit; Of the fifteen States that voted against Mr. Linooln in 1S60, which I O"1 of their Governors is not or has not I been a traitor? Anothor question: How j many of thofe fifteen Democratic States 1 in arms against the Governmen:? ! Verily, t,S is a Democratic war against the fundamental principles of the Consti tution, that tho majority shall rule. Now let it be borne in mind that this same traitorous parly assembled in Convention at Chicago, to nominate a candidate for the Presidency, and judging from tha past what niiy we expect in case of his success in November? ifiTBaokgamnion. Diplomacy. Solace cum Solo: A bachelor's pipe. The Oiiiam of HAttD-sniKisa. Rum, When is a Ihh-kettlo like a city omni bus. When its block-tin. iTT Why is love like an Irish poplin ? Because it is three parts stuff. jt What loose tilings generally stick pretty fast lo one? Loose habits." J$ New . explanation of "the golden mean," To have gold and be too mean to use it . . , iCSTA mini in Paris has collected 35, 000, portraits of the fi rst Napoleon. "Nary two alike" i , : i .-53 Who is tho most regular man in his habits? The, printer, . because of all others he lives most by rule. , Br a IimK Jackst.-" Our Sli ip of State has got a trmenduous load to carry, and requires, therefore, a Heavy Draught?" '" ' '' ifST Wine In-Wit out. Q. Wheu is a ship like a frauduleut winter? A. When she makes Port with logwood- X Q. .What imeat should iron be classed with? A. Hard to say: sometimes 'ts "bar,'' and sometimes its "pig." S3T Oue firm of friction match man ufacturers will under the new 'tax law, pay more than SI, 31)0 per day. ST Another privateer, the Coquette, with a formidable armimeut, is cxpeotd to leave Wilmington soiin. ' ' ' ' ' J3T What is the differaiice between perseverenuce and obsiinncy? One is. a slrong will and the, .other isa .strong wori't. 1B Cows sheep and horses, says a writer from India, stray at will over Gen. Hdvelocks grave. . . , , iCS A philosopher who married a vul gar but amiable girl, used to call his wife "brown sugar" because, ha said, she was sweet but unrefined., i . 3" The New York Evangelist states that Miss Catherine' Beecher has joined the Episcopal Church and Waived the rite of confirmation, !.. tSB" It'is stated that the British Ad miral refused to allow the' Tallahasse to' coal in Halifax, after she uad taken in a week's supply. :- S3T Aii enthusiastic meeting Was'held in Andover, M"ass., Wednesday evening, at whicli twenty young men from that town enlislod. And yet the copperheads say the yankee's wont volunteer I jfer 'The Saturday Review begins' an article with ihe declaratiou that there' is nothing fixed, no duration, no vitality in the sentiments of women towards each oliier. "They are mere pretty bows of ribbon, and no more." , ' JS1T Dion Bourcicault 1ms credi ted himself with a now play. He has turned "The Poor of New York."-which was translated by him from the VPoof of Par is, "into the Poor of Loudon,". ;i ... , itsTThe country is evidently exlwus tcd, as but two thousand persons have as cended Mount , Vas,hington dun'ng1' this -?ean. A greater portion of whom have remained ova? uia'bt to see the: sun set and risa. --n. , . - , i '- n .i.n 3T A maiden lady.'whose a'ga' it ! Is not a proper subject for discussion warns young men that the stamp tax oh matches is to be enforced on and after the' 1st of