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TI QRSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 18(53.
M, Wet Fifth Street, ClntihnaH,
IsiLKS, MDSUN3, ind fiooteVeeping' I
fUA fhef ' jn"'kMp for cn)i ; ,
; ThT W kit o iplendid insortmtnt of
CARPETING, i M 'CLOTHS,
" i RUGS, MATS,' 4c., '
VUeli thy will nil tbpe tlian i?y other
, ' ., :; Bwt in Cincinnati. . 1 ;
Ut ! CMll. l . JlAH.ilUl.li lirtBI':
MorSB, WietFiftk StrMt, between ,Wli;i
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" NORDYKE & JOHNSON,
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"V!. '! pKALEM Ur.j .
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titi, Copper, tnd Sheet Iron Ware,
CIY 8T0VB ST0BE(.,.No'":T Uaim St,
! ' Richmond, Indiana
Vjob Wotk dticebj Experienced Workmen,
fCT'CooK, Perlois Iburch It f.Lt. Btcti,.
' August 1?, 18G3-6m.
mHE ibfCT'iberi wnnld rMpectfully cull
1 k attent'tou of the public to their larg
tad well telettcd Stock of Fabi.or. Cook.
d Sior Stover The oiebrted Cool
Btoe called thr
1 1 8tfre that cftnnot be inrrmsaed by ani
other in the Went It has the Urjceat fliief
the largest oren, and beaviett platft ol ain
inttse. The renowned and beautiful I'ool
Stove called the '
i ,7 X'lanter,
Hal naiiwd for itself? reputatioa not eqaal
ed by ant other store.
The "rto; Cook" is a new and beautiful
store; in it yoa have a complete Coik and
.TINWARE ' '
7iikiii niiii ki-in rr-'ir-jEl-.OO
F I N GS- ,
I CON DUCTOI19, ' ( 5
'B short notice, 'nd warranted to
il r. ff satisfaatiea to all- j; ,:;
'kVAtt-sflW- for Repairing promptl
attended tk"- - '
''':- iitsbiii cahmell;';.,
r ,;- GREAT WESTERN ;
MANUFACTORY.- :: !
U'1fii.Ue. thai jffiS
t,HtiJ care. i-A. Sotfd atoctf J",
-t cTV .T''.';. tllft Kill II.- v-
I 1 AltlA 1 Warhont Tnckl
A tompound remedr', deaaned to bo the mo4
fff.H;tl Altmtin tbat.je bw.wailitS
a couevnuwa exiract ai rX eampsnils,
so combined with) other ' tub.itancee of still
sweater altmtire power as to afford an vflvc.
tire antidote for the dWanea Saraaparilla it
reputed to eure." It Is' blif-ved that such a
remedy ie wanted by tboe who suffer from
Btrumotif complaint, and that one which will
eocompliih thrir cure must prore of immcsae
terrtce to thin arjpclsM of our afflicted fellow,
eitieens. liow cemDletelr tliit eomoound will
4o it has been pron-n by experiment on ifisny
w ine worn cases to oc luuna 01 toe Joltpwuig
8cuoruLt and ScaoruLoua Oauruim,
Euurrioxit tsu Eaumri Diheahbs Ui.cr.ti,
PlMPlM, liLOTtaa,; TtMWIl-t. $ALT ntlum,
Scalk IIiAbi 3rrniLia axd SrriiiMTio Ar
rtttlim, Mkiioubial Diheadr, Daerr, Nao
sutou oa Tie Uoviavhbvx, Debilitt, Dys
rareiA. amo Ikdiobtix Karirti,Ai JHonu
oa Sr. Ahtnokt's Fiu, and indeed 'he whole
elan of complaint aiUng from iMi lHiTr of
thb Bmod, . . , ,
- Tliis compound will' be found a great pro.
motcr of health, when tukvii in tlia spring, to
expel tlie foul humor which faster in the
blood at that season of the jrc-ar. !ty the time
ly expulrbn of them many raukling diOtdor
are nipped in the bu I. Multitude can, br
the aid of thit remedr, par :cmelrcs from
the endurance of foul eruptiom and ulcerout
eort, through which tin ftjrbm wnl itnre to
Hd itself of corruption, if not amited to do
this through the natural channel of the body
by an alteratiro medicine. Cl.aae out tlie
ntiated lood whenever you find it. impurities
hunting through tlio kin in pimple, eruptions,
er sorei clcmw it when you find it U ob
structed snd Mulish in thu vcuh ; cl-nnse it
whenover it U foul, and jour feoliug will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health,- anil lire
longer, for cleansing the blood, Keop tlu
blood henltliy, and all w well ; but.with this
pabuluia of life disordered, there can be.no
laatiuf health. 1 Sooner or. later somethine
tnuit ca, wrong, and the grci , ichii.cry o'-i
ww u amoruereu or erertlirown.. -erprilU
has. and desoric miith. the.
leputation of aaeompliitluiu; ifTi iTl 1 1 1 1 Ti L PiT
mm War 111 hlki Immmi m'tmin Ji AHkaAmA .lll
preparatton of tt,' partly because the drug
.done has not all tlie virtue that 1 claimed
for it, but more becSu.so roanjr preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extract of it,
contain but little of thefirtua of iicmparilla,
or any thing die.
During late years tlie public have lmen n.U
"' by large bottle, pruteuding to give a quart
' ""t of Sartaparillu for one dollar. Most
i ... ti been frauds ujioii the sick, for
Uiey not wiily contain lilt!-, if any, Sarnapo.
Tillii, but oPen no curative i.roncrtic wluter-
er. ll.nee, bitter and painful disappointment
Saraaparilla which flood tho market, until tlie
name ittelf 1 jusUy t!eiied. and ha become
ynonymuuH with linposiuou and cheat. Still
we call thi compound hm snparii:. and intend
to supply suvh a remedy a thai. .ccu the
name from the load of obloquy which resta
upon it. And we Uunk we l ,o ground for
believing it hs virtue which aro irretiatiLle
or we tvoiiiary run of tlio iia it i Uittnd.
ed to cure. In ord to secure tlifi.-com-ilct
eradication from the system, tho remedy tliould
be ludidouilv taken aceordinir to diractiim. l...
DR. 1. C. A YE It & CO. .
aHlse, s)l per Battle t til RUIe foe $3.
s Cherry Pectoral'
ktt won for itself such a renown for the eure nf
every variety ef Throat and Lang Cu.pl .tut, that
't u entirely uuncwary for u it recount the
evidence of iU virtues, wherever it hn been na-
assure the people it mwlity i kept up to the best
it ovir nx oeen, tin mat it may w reiwa on to
de far their relief all it bu ever been found to do.
AyerY Catliartic Pills, . :
rosTBxevuor ' .
CattimfU, Jaundice, Oytptptii, fuiifntlim,
Dymttiy, JW Htemmck, Rryiptliu, IkatkUK,
Film, lUtumaiiimi, Emptimi mi4.Sti.Vumm,
lint Cmmplaint, Dropsy, 2'cttir, Tumort and
Sdt Jthnm, Worm, Grml, tfwoljin,
Dimur IHHtmdfor Purifyiiyi tht Blood. '.
They sre iicr4oa.et, m that the meat ecnab
tire ean take them plraaantlv, and they are the
beat aperient hi the world for all tkf purposes at
IMsa is esati per lex
Pitt boss for $1.01
' trretrmmhrf01n!rB, Hi valeinaa, State,
taen, . and eminent personage, have JVnt their
S.V nbAliir"I nSi!f r?
tretivto; with also full description of the ahove
eompliinUvAad-tU toeasmept the should as fct-
, lowed for their cure. . i i
! in not a pm on or unpnneipien eaiv wim
ether neaarationt. thev make more nroflisM.
'sunt tha aid than Utsrthain. and theraluMi il
aWroffi ''- f w - '
; .411 eus ROtsdlss art for sal hj
LIVER FEED & SALE STORE.
1 u-f JOHB W srVPKEi8.. .,v., ;k
WQUULnnounde. to Ws relpde nd
the public, that he has inst. taken the
0I4 stand, recently occupied by William Q.
(laom, ,ti4 reopeued t Littry Stab!, whs-te
.lie will be pleased tOHcuomrnodate tJ) who
moT"tsfrWiraiasTrseTr friggietp clcre
reasonablo terms. Stable ttovut. aodJI'aed
for Uomer of travelers, tarmert, .ire.,, also
afforded. " The patronage of the public' it
tetpectfully lolicited. " ' ' J ' ' -' 4 -
r- Aogim "I8t5. "
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MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.
Caudle has been made D Mason—Mrs
Caudle is indiqnant and curious.
NO'V. Mr Taodle; Mr. Tend!eri'ss.''h
yo can t be aslevp already,' I know,
now (Bat I mean to say 1 thb." there's no
use. none at all, in noe havlnif any disturb
nace about the mttrj- but, at " last, in
uirii's made.J. Ms. Cuudle: rhaU leave yfti;
E Iter I know all you've beet) doing to,eight
ir to-morrow, tnatinni I qaia the boa0'
N". not there's an end of the etarriage stater
I thiuk-f- aa end of ail con6donce blween
man and wifeit' a buHband's to have .teu'
rets and keep 'eia.all to himself- r?ritty
secrets they must be, when his own i wife
cant know s'm. Not lit for any deceat per.
son to know, I'm sure, if that's ihe case.
Now, Caudle, don't let us tjuarrel; there's n
a good soul, tell me what it's all abou ?
A pick of nonsense, I dare say- still nU)
that I car.! much about it still I should
like to know. There's a dear. Ehl Oh.
don't tell me there's nothing in It. I know
better. I know there's a great deal in' 't
Now, Caudle, just tell me a little bit of h.
I'm sure I'd tell you anything. You' know
woulj... vVe'.l? . :
Caudle, you're enough to vex a saini!
Now, d int you think you're going to rlee)-:
because you're not. Do you suppose I'H
-ever ufered you to be made a mason, if, 1.
didn't suppose I was to know the secret
ton? Not that it's anything to know, J.dare
say, and that's why I'm determined to know
It, -. "-.. . ii'vi'y
But I know what it is; oh, yet, there can
bo no doubt The secret is, to ill-use poor
women: to tyrannise over 'em. to mnke 'em
your slaves; especially your wiv.ia. It must
be someibing of the aort, or you would'nt
be ashamed to have it known, Wbat'a ribt
tnd proper never need be done in secret:
It's au insult t a woman for a man to be a
r to "now nothing
of it . Hut poor soul! she's sure
to know it somehow, for bice husbands they
, .. , '
ttU mili0- le,, Je 1 ertoi the secret is
tu think better of all the world" than theii
,., ;. ... i ,:!. r l
0wn WlVe, al,d '8m,he, : lm ,ure Mon bv
quite enough to care for that is, if tbe
Bl.t proV,erly-to cure for them they have at
. .... , , '
nu,"e- - hey can t huve much to spare for
the world besides.
And suppose they call you Troth
Caudle? A pretty brother iudeedl Goin
and dressing yourself u in an apruu like .a
turnpike man or that's what you look
like.. And Isjiould like to know what tb
apron's for? There must be .stjmetbing in
it not very respectable, I m eure. Well, 1
onlr with I wu Queen for a duV or tw 1 M
f.ecm.'..nry';.nd all s.h
trumpery, 1 know. -
Now, come, tkudloj don't left ijusrrel
Eh! you're nut in pain ' tlear? What's it
all about? " What are you lying laughing'
there at? - But Va a fool to trouble ay bead
about you. ; .-.
. And you're not going to lei me know the
secret, eh? -You mean to tsy, yod're not.
Now, Caudle you know it't a bard matter to
put me in a passion; nnt that I care about
the secret itself, np,l wulden 't give a button
to know it, for it's all nonsense, Im
sure. It is'at the. seerct 1 care about: ii'
the stud ed iu-Q!l thai man . pare, to hit
' ., . .
' "" t wnpn ne impai 01 , Eoinz. tnroueh . the
! rUiWplf .omening .hd , which
he wop t let b(f know, iltnattd wife one,
,'Jj.ji r.L,,u i:V.'..n.A "i ' ; .l .
lndedl should like to. know how that
tan b when a njtn. t e." mason when Le
. ., ,i , . ,. ' '.
, keeps a secret that sett him and hit wife
i r- " - .
toyou take (.ood Care to havt all".' the best
Of 'em to yourselves; bttemiae woman
ought toot allowed; divorce,-' hen c 'man
btcomes mason. ' When he'l gets tort 1 1
OaroerHUipboard in hit heart, a Seoret place
in hie mind, that his poor wift itn't allowed
(jo rummage. j.-
Ctudle, you shan't clots ybnr eyes for a
week no you than'-t unlets 1 yoa telh nte
tome ot it Cute',theiii'a good crtatare;
there's a love, i'm sure, Caudle; f would,
tn't reiusejou iny-thTn'g; and you know it,
orooubt tolnow itby this time. J only
with I bad a, secret To J whom'. th,oiil4 1
tbiak nfiding it, hut to my deaf ."hutolooo
baud? I thould be tniserabla to keep jt, D
"7 i,: Is only your making a aecre
mynri, Hi.u you know it. .Saw, .audk? .
.W, s 'her ever such a mnti? A man, ..in
ievil . brutet yes, Mr. Caudle, an unfeel.
liii -vul easature. When yot) might pbl'ne
me, and you won't, ' I'm sure I don't object
U your being a mason: not ft all, Ctudle; It
TO it that rexet me. But vou II tell me
you'll tell your own Margaret? Tou 'wont
You're a wretch, Mr. Caudle.
But you know why: oh, yes, I can tell.
you're h shamed to let me know what a fool
ihcy'ye. oeeu making of you.' .That's it.
You, at your time of life the father of n
"tmily A should be tihamnd of myself,
Oaidle. , . . . ' "
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And I suppose you'll be going to what
you i)all your Lodge, every night, now.
Lodg, indeed! Vetty place it must be,
ahere they don't admit i men. Kitegoings
in, Ijdare say. , Then you call, one another
brethren' Brethren! I'm sure yeu had re
Intiotis enon.h; you didn't want any more.
Bui I know whut all lhjs masonry's about.
It's Only an excuse to get away from your
wtvet tnd families, fhat you mny feast and
Irink leather, that's all. That's the s
cret. And to abuse women, as if the
ere inferior adim tin, and nut to be tiuyd.
I'hat.s the secret, and notl.ing else
New Caudle, don't let us quarrel. Ye;,
I know you're in pnit). Still, Candle, my
h.ve Caudle! Dcaretl, 1 say, Cauda? Caud
"1 recollect nothing more, says Caudle,
'for here, thank Providence I fell raleep,
Scveiit&Leftwt nnt week,
-7rIff"Vott tvvfV ti Ron Vrot.trl.n
r a. ' a MCtEE Ll Vit - sw- at t tw et ett, s t
who Once Mid:
P ow doip while slucgards sleep,
And you snail ftsve coru to sell and krrp.'
'U'liiloRluirtrdaelecp" in intend,
ed to mean. w deep while the
dew ia on, in the early morning,
aiid tlma rising lietintea, you get a
good day's work done. It ia not to
lie supposed that plowing the dew
into the ground. is to iiirich it
much; ur if tho plow i- mo ing fo
early in the day, it id presumed that
ere broad noon urrive, many a
hiir lurrow will be cut, and the
com field will have been mapped
out on tt xcale sufficiently liberal to
promise a hurt'eat of great ao'iu
.lance. There i another couplet
which expresses the idea
. "Plow deep aud manure cli.
And you will have corn to keep and sell."
Deep plowing and heavy manuring
are the nocreta 01 large crop.-, bn
the method of turning over the
-'1 id a matter r,f consequence.
How to lay a furrow properly n a
mooted question among farmers.
"ome coitteiiding that it is beat t
ay the turrov jierleetly flat, ami
others, that it should I e laid a
nearly us pOfS.bleat an angle of 45
degrees. Both methods are good
ui (Iinerent circumstances. Un a
dgbt.eaudj soil, and not inclined
to Wetness, tho fiat furrow ia al.
'ogetber the best; but in a "soil of a
contrary description, as much of
our land Is, 'lie 45 degree furrow i
to dq preferred. ' Much m ire labor
than'i necessar' is frequently ex-
pended ,ln- preparing the ground
or a crop. . instead or tlow:nf a
iece or'rongh greennward three or
'onr. times iu (lie Sprinir, when the
team is comparatively weak, to pre
pare it for a crop, let it he neatly
plowed it) September, then lie until
Spring, and a conpie of agents will
eoiv J'rost . and furmuntation
an I pitlverizo it beiicr foryon than
yon can da it, and when yon repeat
your (.losing in the bpnng. you
will find half your labor already ac
complished,, and the balance you
wni uijitiu niucii more 10 your sat,
is.factio.tu incotifequenceof the as.
sistanue your silent aeents render.
ed, whUyour, team and yourself
were sleeping and resting. .
' KS The, - Popular, Science Review for
Octooer t rint a oae-e ol the London Times
in a'ipaoeoiJ by 6 inches from stone by
photolitbofrapbf. ' The type is periectly
legtowf .cm ; - ..
VALUE OF COB MEAL.
It lias W11 tutel tliat cohm 'ul.
'ftr-groiiTltl'WtBhP ysVwfi rtswataia
little vnlite, Bave for m tut 11 re, front
expciimentH made in pome parts of
tliis Stme in feeding colely upon
tlila article. I urn inclined to tlie
opinion that thcie is eotisidernlile
nutritit n in cob meal. One mill,
in t ho -fiitie of thin State, reports
the grinding of five thousand biif h
eln oftoliB alone no corn with
I'ih colv last rear .' fxttlp tinrapa
fheen Mid Iioo-h eat it readily with,
out addlnir other erafrt. When
mixed with cut liny, a vaat im'
provement in the condition of cat
tie is seen. - In tha tireaent linci
tirkea of liav and ' Crrain. trrouml
.' 1 . 1.1 .j. ' 0
coue eiitiiiKi no tried.
A French orator denounced tin
French Jacobins seventy years ago
iu laniruaire that may well be ai
plied to Abolition Jacobins of our
own time, lie said:
The great body of citizens are so
L, S .1 I .. .1 1 V , I
ntuiaeu uv me tiuro 01 nuiinciiu
seeuation that they confound the
:opdiiion of affairs with a grand na
tional movement in fuvor of treei
dom regard the violence of biig
ands us tt'O efforta of energetic
mind'), and consider robbery itseb
as Indispem-able for the public pub i
ty. "Yon are free,"'..!- they, "but
unless you think like us, we, will
ilrnonnce you to thcntionality.
V.ui nru froi. lint miloua Vim Iwt'.v
liefnretthe idol tliavVe worbip.
wewlll deliver you np to ttie vim
It nco of the nationality you hare
We find the following paragraph
in a late letter, written from Washi
ington for that very "loyal" papei
the St. Louis Democrat:
How many reputation which
three rears uiro were uroud nnonol,
have meantime stiff, red toial wreck
William 11. Seward fimlii.y hi.
spologiKts 11111011-: the fossils ot the
Conservative" p try; O.II. Brown
nir buried iu merciful obl vim.
Uulushit A. Grow laiil out like a
corpse; CassiiM M. Clay developed
in o almost a bumbiiirt .I..I111 V
Forney almost a lick stuttle- these
are not half tie names wh'ch
niiiclit be mentioned in illnstration
of the fact. It is m 'luncholy to
think upon it. but tho pheimma
are not unna ural. Durimr tima
that try men's souls cuius mum
faint by the waeile. while others
succumb entirely. Them
asa trreat ciiisui tlia atl'niM 01
men when it has not been ho, ami
it needs no iironhet to
ev'ei wil: be.
THE RESULT OF THE NEW
YORK CITY ELECTION.
' mmmmwm ssawti
' The New York News, in recur(
ring 'again to' this 'mbjeet, said;
"Those accustomed to 'vote regn
larlarly' complained tha, while
the previous elecfioti in lite citv
showed bevondl ho shadow of 'o
iloubt that tho' Denincracv con,
not be rallied in its stren.rtli II tut
any o'her than a puaco platform,
with pe.ice men iition It. ti.,
knowlsdged leaders ) Tamiiiunv
Hull should have atrain iirnon..! tt.
ieace sentiment fir their selectimi
of candidates for their suffrads -
.ir. no'iea ponncai record was
ca retul I p scrutinized, nnd the re
sun was a ?euera n ir t ,,, t
rv pv aim
iiai oeen to some extent Identified
with the movements in favi.r ,f
vigorous prthieeuiidii cf tho war
It Was know that Ma': nun, t,.
been appended to call for a war
meeting in me tiry. This fa d was
need extensively and effectively bv
tho friends of Mr. Gunther, "who
pointed proudly to tlie fact that he
(Mr. Gunther) had presided over a
Vallaiidigham itidig lation liloetin
ami aiso to tnejissutatice -or thoia
mt .Intimately 1 acquainted . yitbj
lilm, tliat be wits opio'ed-to ttitj
Political demagogues anrj trilc.
ters wilide veil to noadar over
. . ... .
the- causer, that produced tht ex
traordinary result in Jfef , York. ,
- 1 1 H 1 a 1 1 1 " ' " ' '
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Leading Republicans who, 'fait
year, denouuued: all. persons s.
'enemies of the Government' nnrl
sympathizers wlilr treason" who
purchased gold instead of Qoverrvv
nient securities with their a.ruhu'
enrreney, arc now themselves, buy.
ing gold to put away for traluy ;
day," They buy. not tive.twcntlev
but golden eagles., What does It.
nieun? Are they Idsing'cohfidouca
in the Goveminent aoenritiAa
Clnuiunatl Enquirer, ?J.V-
At tho recent election fnr finv.-
ernor of Georgia, the . contest was"
spirited, a determined eflort being
made to defeat Governor-Brown.
he returns show that Brown had'
36 558 ; Hill 13,122, nudFuts
low 1.024 total vota 'fin. r..w...
04,704. At the election for Pr..ot.
-- a vast
lent ot the Confederate States, the
otal vote was 108 SfiS- a thu.
been a falliner off ot nwr v y nn.t
or aliiMt 40 per tent.
Science has not onlr rat-nai j
magnified the teeming forms of
animal life that are so small that
they cannot he seeu by the niwilod
vision, but has been able to execute
worts or skiii so minutely as al
tnost to defr belief At i. 1
w A vk , ll9
London International Exhibition,
a machine for ml roscop'c writing
was exhibited, bv u-bi .li i, r..i
prayer could be written in the 350
000th of a square inch, a space like
a minutedot. Tl,n
contain 8.66d.480 letters, or i
about 16,000 times longer than the -
ruyer, so mat it conltj bo -written
n less than the twenty .secbn-J part
t a square inch. Iu ni'.i '
ti e whole Bibl
machjno bowrtlrn ,
times in ono square inch. Thfa
Wnndorfllliv mlnn'ta .
clearly legible when pfaccd' uader
ugood microsuoite.- i -j t.
Donng tourteen years ofrm.-
pa-ative libeny. '1815-2l, the
population .of ri'aud iiicreasid
at tlm rate of 100,000 a year; 'in the "
next twenty tix )ears the-'rate of
increase was Ls4,;than $0,00.01 '
year 011 a larger popura'tipiv , la
the country districts, wher3 ' Iabo,v
isinudi needed' tlMt'jior.alutfbir ''l
owing tethe conscription; Lave r6.'-;
miiiiicuuiiiiosi stationary ,,. s j
Tat turnip ta&td whiclr Ik'-nnml
times noticediu milk;' ran bo effect s
uallr reiiioved by common gultpeiof a
Alt nut.,. j,T t ..t..ilf r.
.... .... ..1 11. Niiuijiu ue,put lnievi
.1 plu bottle and the' same filUd,
with boilmg ttarer- iX teaspoon,
ml ot the m.hition is enough fvirfbJi2
ordinary tzetLrailkr fall The
IlittKtt ltt.ae. .4VA A .a
better way to cure ilie evil, ho
itivitte tj ts . A' JT Tr "
- - " "f tlJ re a,
ever, is not to ccTbmany.tMruTs
eSTTho Govermnenti u takii)S
(.tringent moasureVagainet abodj -contractors.
One of theso ' aw'iud, i
lers has just been cohvTctb(i"of furnt
ishing peas for coffee, and bag beeri"
lontenced to'5 years impsisohmenti 1
another, a horse eon tractor,-cow
victed of defiatidiiig be UoverM
meilt. has been ftiiT Clrvsinn- J.
. i . wsvvvwu aina
sentenceir to six raoitbti iinprsseav
C9b-a raitrutK traiuin fram.- wat HUf.
ly saved from plunging into tt pen- drain
by the devotion of a peasant- he 'It? W 1
upon the rails, nd thus arresting the tttetj-
tion of the engineer, caused the stoppajta of
the train. . t 4 ,';c -.,. u