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THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD.
VOL. I. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, APRIL 20 1866. NO. 17. is rvst.tfttrn rvmiv rntuAV bv IlDMl lVDJ. ELLIS. TKKMH, $3 a yc.tr In nUvnuec. Rates of Advert isiug. ; n-j-iaro, 10 lin-j or ton ouo insertion, ft f.n , 1'i.cb ujdltlonal Insertion - f '.lmlt!iitriitor' Xoticei, - 3 Pj Tiaal Settlement NotltM, - 3 10 Sraiv Nortecs (of a f!tigl try.) 3 l0 Uw!i aJJIIluml (tiny In (auipl otl'O, I 00 ;vff A ti"ln lion vllllcr.iude toyeixrly Umttar. (TO All tl vJ"r;l-n'U must ho paid for public ll!uu U dJtt'll"! t. J Tr.niftvn. .vtrvillncmant mat! attorn, l-mln'l with t!iiM-rtji. TAT.VlvoriiiejR'nM ujt mirl:p-t or numbcri i irillbii Imcrtoil till other!, trdfii'il un l cluitgi-'l far nt tl'o above ratil. rro.'oinioui! virJj of ton Hum or Ion, will l Djertcil ono eir far ?ln, Munl.i;, Dcatli, runcrul and Cliuro'j cotloci nill lc iu!)llhct 1'uo. Ml cumnumtco'.luii! cf pfronal nr.turo mit c e'lblij'jsJ vttr tli "ilkn nam.'. Newspaper Postage. 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'ir i!,o Krth Mlisourl Untlroa.l Depot, ST. CIIAULES, MO. 'PHIS .ioon , rurntslio'l with tfn bllllnnl, p a M.r 0" lmn.l tliu bet kind of I.acor i.Kor, VI Inei Liquors. Oylcrs-raw. itoHC4 Tic I at all bouri. fob. 9 Mi n7ly JVhlVS A. HEN WANG V'" 40 ilrkt Stroot, South West corner of !d, ST. LOUIS, MO. Bookbinder, Job Printer, a.iil MijAilK BOOK .MAKER, r'nia?J't.aatid,Kttn,nB Uoif on llhrral tcrtai Adventures In Texas. While in Texas, a low yoars since I was riding home with a friend, an old set tlor, from driving tho woods for deer in Matagorda county. As wo were crossine i small prairo situated between I'ancy and Live 0.1 k Creeks, and close to a small "motto." or island timber, lie halted and sud. "1 camo nearer having my scalp lift ed right hero onto than ever I did, and I havo boon in many a 'tight place,' Cap." Small inducement vasnocossary to induce him to relate tho tale, which I shall givo, as ncany at i can, in ins own words: "It was in tho IU11 oflWij I rcccol hiet the corn was j;ltinp ripe, for I had boon pulling fodder tho day that what 1 am going tn lull you happened. Wo on tho coast had bitterly not been much troubled by the Indians, and wcro begin ning to congratulate ourselves on the peneoful times wo wcro having after tho constant strife of previous years. The C.irotiknwa Indians, our most troublcsomo tribe, wo thought, wero down toward the tho Nueces river, Arkansas Day, into which it empties itself, that being a f.ivor- itc haunt of theirs at that teapot). Thcv t ,, were ccat iiiumii', living prineip.tiiy on fish, oysters and venison, never tihinghor - -ps, like tho pnurio tribes, performing nil ti.cr jr.utueys on foot, or in their 'dug oul.V eatioi't h'lllowol out of tho cotton wonii met iy;r' ti-eii't. 1 nuy won) tne ;t:i"'U men Ui.it I over -aw, standing) s ii.iu'lit riilo barrels, find many being u.'.irlv hecn ieet high, i he v were arm ed tvilh 'filar bnw. each warrior's being the height ofhitn-ielf. They tipped their chic nrrow. with bonei, and Fomotiincs with hoop iron, which they obtained from barruli washed on shorci from wrocks bv i: wavw of the !ulf of Mexico, anil! unich they iduiwed cmisi 1-rable ."kill in fiill. .Hi'll , Mllil Mlull rildo lUlideniCllt.S as I a muci wee pretty e;,J,,h hhI j . .. , ,u , .in:.. ..e.u-. I k... -an l iu i! ! :': iifl" vdiC, a w ,i L I I! r.:i''.:. m'k'i' mi Iiits arrow t:i"' e I i I'.uiV! h mi.' t lroii'-n him. nnil .irm-: m , ('1 tlw otfo ;;i isu.-kiic'.i Pl'.iC. i. '.'inj it"ii' tiiii. :Mid .Tack Smi'ii wcro i :.t tho head of litiol:- 1 , .'i 7?,,... ..,!'., ,.,..n ,,.; .V r. i.-.i-:ii,v.'il. ahout f..ur n !ot!: , t.c.T .n:i. .. tiie tuii v.!- .. t'- it.-ver t'lc.ii iiM.ii.Mi'tf.;';niiii, IK m i'.iln (,l.t l.,i!iv in her : ti .l.l her v'.'u. and h nl tart-' t.tii : r.r arm. i"i lmr way Iiomk 'ill 1:T t:..!e. Ii.ii'tin ' .Air Miuth ic.itiitia nor :ei'. lieu w.m ; net n' 1 i. irmr t" .!': it rutin ft.irt up out .. j.tii'ii.. v.,- in, t.i Mrs. Jtuck-1 . . r. "".: v.-is a quick hi w. tho gleam i . -pi. ! ritrht. mid the mother full le;.d at tlio tcet i.t the veil !;iti, who in 'i.iily sealpod her and killed llm baby who i. . I .i rn ; irii'i loo tioif-o. nar t.i ' ioor, nrnl tiie ... . ;.iim !n :r"isli hor lir.'-haiel from 'i . -t; li'.'l i ?.' but the work of a mill- tii! to Mis. 'mi t : . Tn tho immc of tho tuiMit all lii'1 'otticvx no.'r knew nl it, ami s:.t !'; r.i' , .... .,.ii iu.. t ii,.. ;.,.,,,..! ... V met at'Smith'shuiiM ready to In fvall at tho break of .lav nun - : inn lit i tniii i tiie iirea.j o jiomi : it v.n only a rrd-skin or two, mid , litilo tiiiakiu' nf th.i moss wo were about ti.i c t i:.io. Willi the fir.si K'lit w toy!; u; tlio imc!., v.hieli led in iur Cjnoy C.i. i.t, I (hiwii tiiwiids !vs Tliomp m's i!:;n;i.tiiiii ; it then t'mfc out here f y this i!.ui 1 fi! t am . where wo new aro, and it M'oiiici to lend fur thatin"k in yon i' i net-, whoi.i th'i'e w-.ia at time a small i hr-iteti ttath ahho'i':!i it is now a trnod , v.'.i;:..-i ne1( Wo followed on till wo trot , nh mt w.ev eu t-eo ih.it dark patch of Aiatuimij.nnr.-.'Hhoii in an iu.tant, beforo .r. . '. . ' vim eon it tunic, on ro.io arniitiii us mi', ot the tall grass, nigh on to two hundred , warriors in theii paint, yftllinj; liko do-1 nin Turtle. Old .Ilmmlaun . our lca.hr. ' Know the rerpent well. i . .. i 'I vo hcerd sumo oonbidorable mil? in 1 my tmif, Cup. but that beats all creation, i We just set iiurtclvcs back in a kind of eirclo like, with our ritles po titing at tho reptiles, who -Acre dancing ami yelling round as they took Sood cai o to keep out r .i, ,.,r,,.,i,.,..iii...;iii.. i hi. un u. ,u iuuu m.tu iwiu, :VI1 at once tho whooping ceased, and Snapi his cfi sine Turtle, calling to him somo of, , . .. i i . - . .. i nii.'i ut.,v7, wsmi ui imiuiuuu iiiiu. ".Tinitnison," said old Bob Denis, a no-1 tcu iiHimu ufrntcr, 'lies trying to per-( su ido tho thieves to maku a rush at us ; he sees olear enough that by sacrificing a iri. . .i... . low of his warriors he can get all our scalps. These un-. not like tho cowardly t;io nan 10 tno.r )itrp.i-c. , jtr collision i t.K v .t-j id iw v I.- - v ui-ii ip, tit;- . i lifi nn miliar 3 mt v finnn-ir rn itnvn rnirnn iiilil il uiitirnp a i.ipiva bami ah Mr aahh t .IIM IC tl.. I.i it I. ..I V r1..-rt. j I... till I . t 1 . t ( ( I" I ft I f 1 f ft f . I 1 1 .lAimj li.ifl f.ittfrlit I I t...A.. I.... .1 1 . . ..,4 Ml 1 .it . iy v. v...( v. .vuiiv i cruci rcinuiuion uul uiey uouuiiess ru- wu ucconie an article OI trade 1 irmm .Mi.i(! n i a moic tti uuu yarded tho'tnattor in tho liht of solf-de- in some shapo or other. Cor, Dubuque i .... iT.'i.i- i ...r i...'.ra ii'c ii-,,.,n n.ni i v ii T- - u i i ' j "' iuii;i. iis inuir uiEiiius wouiu do in con- 1 Camanchc, and Lipat, who will not lose ffi TitalTfa Considered on 7f the 1 f,.1 B. Sftft Jfe'F-" "io State. There are there ui, ...v DHuu uBi hi uu.u mv u.cuni l,?Tf'b"VStU?t7y 8'i(eaH0r ill the chief a aealii.lnpk ! ihnt will nllniv for the bullet lowering n little r.t this (lis- tanco ; l you don t drop him wo aro lost. uoseru- j our nro, tho rest ol you in caso they chargo us thoy rc uncertain vormints i at the best. Now, when ho turns full front, lot drivo at him. J imraison took careful nim; there was a flash from his rl a dull thud came baok from the chief s ho fell forward on his face doad. A sav ago nowi came- back, but thetaii ot their iwi..., i i .ti ii,iihj ..nuuiv't iu7i, uu.., bearing off tho body, thov started for the shelter of yonder timber, while we, draw ing long breaths, sought the cover of this timber. "Let us ride on; my story will soon told, and I will concluded as we go. .soonaswogotbacktoSmith'aweaent bo as soon as wo iros uacK loamttn a we sent r-!J . - - - ii . 1 uu nuurs iu rouse mo country bii rouna, for wo knew well that so long as the tribes - . . , . .... wouia Do in coustant danger. Accord- ingly, having mustered all tho men we could find., amounting to about. ixty, we resumed thotra.l and followed thorn down wo had left them, or rather thoy had loll 'V. .Lm" rw, TX us, tnc aay Dciorc. xney were about two B 'n orusn. i bis substance is of dlff miles bolow whero the present town of cront formation and colors. Some of it, Matagorda now stands. We found them whero it is nearest the surface, resembles in a small wood, which is now called, in blno slate, and is middling hard, so that consequence of the tight, Battle Island. can be worked more speedily by blast- Tho wholo tribe was there women and ng. but as it gots deeper in the ridge it children, old men and warriors. I am changes its color and texture. It becomes sorry to say, nono found mercy. Buok- of a deop brown, and so soft that it can ncll was almost insano from his loss, and b easily worked with a pick, and is much spared no one, observing, in western fash- rieher. When exposed to thi air, it bo- inn! that, it wns nnpnssifrv tn rtnitvntr itin comes ofa dull l.mnn nU- WL.. J.:.j . ' .. . . ' ... J ' nits ns well as tlio insects. We surround , cd them and fought for two days, and ox ! terminated tho tribe ; thrco onlv. aro sun 1 pcd to havo escaped; and thus were I 'Vipod out," you may say in a few hours, tho 'whole tribe of tlio Carandowa Indians Ono. onlv. to rar know edge, remains One, only, to my knowledge, remains- Htove and it makes a quicker firV than , Tther.d. o.0' The Udy Old Jack tho red skin-you must. have con I, bu t does not lat o.uitc so long, nor who his them in charge was their formel seen lum loaning around tho groceries in J i it burr it0 ashes qu.tu so well but it mistress, and is now commencing a tour Matagorda. o was present when the ki ndled. It is found in tho' with them under a contract with their pa fcnappmg lurt e was killed, and now. in wok ft rat least 500 feet in length and rents, who are both living." broken hnglish, often says that but for torms the cap over tho adit in two fore- Old Jack, tho red skin you must havo Jimtntsous shot, the whites would have mot the fate that befell his people." Such is a specimen of the sad scenes t'lit darken the early annals of countries wlifirf! tinw nnil "i-iviliil" lifn rnmot tat peril from their savage and treach- eroiwibcs. Int " '""rn "'1nk',"!,,,b,t' ,ha a iion-or? What is more to bo dreaded I inn tue stiirit ol mean, ow cossin tnat pervades too many "heart:? There is n cl.us of nvddiers in his world who mind every bodvs business but tlmir own. Instead of endeavoring to (lis- cover I no izaou I raits m a persons charac- . tr-r, they seek with (he utmost diligence An-tho evil. Wliori a ncia;hbor or an ac- fluiin'anjc fall into an crior. thov do not eproofin that christian like uiiministcr. rep niaiiuor rccouinicndsd in tho I'ible. n. I.. .1 ... . tuo contrary, tue.so gossips constitute themselves reporters in chief of all mis - demeanors which cmo under their watch ful eyes. Every word, look and deed, however trivial, is magnified by the bra 7on tongue of rumor, till it is a difficult task to ascertain tho truth. Wo can have uo coufidenco in those who WHiild rchoarso to us stories about .i.A r.i.w ...wi r.Jimo nrni..,u rnr k. it iuinv.1 ms vkiitiiii iui nw ww iu. hopo of escape. Tlio sincerest nature is, bv their misrepresentation, mado to cm artful and dcsigninS: truth is dis- torted into falsehood, and rolicion into a ,.,i., ti. nn i - ' i ' i v-1 w m j w . 4 uvj iitu u(iidV0 nun . r Icrin-' whv people choose a certain course . . . . - . 1 . 4 . . . . ii ii u, and wuy t lie y entertain viows on- poiitc to their own. They aro constant ly on tho ulort that tlicy may bo duly ap prised of th movement nf those around them. But this Is not all; their suspicions and reports aro not always so harmless. Thoy sever heats that havo loved, trusted; plant discord and strife whero the dovo of poaco should fold her wings; and make ' . n .. . . ' . enemies ot tnosc wno navo onco Docn. i .. -. All qij fjlock. .. Tho Worcestjor spy aaya n descendant 1 of ono of tho old families of Liestcr is in possession of a olouk which has been in i .1... .....!!.. i.i . tho futnilv ever since tho first settlement of the town in 1717. It boing still in its primo nsa tinio keeper, and an elegant piece of furnituro, it is not strango that it should bo in demand bv other members of tho family. A few days since a weal- .i ' .t. ' . . my rot.iuva oiicrau tno owner one nun-1 drcd dollars for it, which was its original cost in London. Ho was told that if he ... kuuki auu six per gcni, compound intor- nnnrl infop est since its purchase he might havo it. ' ... un computing over 8800,000 tho sum, it was found to be Tho Liberty CCIav counts Tribunn ,.JX Zl ),J Z'ull J"?""! tWo commodious buildings for tho pur- P0".t-o:of which could be bought 11 i T. .....j t . V. c',tiZons would assist nny well qualified Plil.aons who may avail themsolvos of the opening. It is not likely that any but' v,cii qBaH0ed would suit that region, which possesses much of tho bost popn-. n,ion Missour,. r Mr nn.l l-j M ' th0 nresrjnt year at 886,000, an excess of .... v.u.u a ,u rvt-u.ni u. 0, lor 5o,unu ever list year, 1 A NEW ARTICLE OF FUEL. I addressed you aline respecting a re- Shullsburg, Wisconsin. There is . Chi-1 cago company engaged in running a level ortdltfcr the pSrpM. of dr.inTng cer- eenvuscovery made tn tb. vicinity of ur uuit igr mo nurnoia or draining .... J f . . .. " iuuri grounus aoout a mile ana a b.lf north we of Shullsburg, at which " r , . ' V g tbo cold weath- le trying to make Jh, which was not Muuug iuu wiu cr, one oi ine men, while n firo of some small brush close enough to suit him, placed some rocics upon it to keep it down, but when EL IT".' ,!'?. "J0D BC,1 rin l.nB ar?! they becamo ignited and burned as well j i HuIa ,1 k.i. ii, iii . bYl fM B.C&,M U C.1n Mafandl. Tif. a lm0 " ; rt1 iTI.r ww. w. .imwuuwu while burning (which is very strong) jn my opinion, resembles that produced strong; by kerosene. We havo buned7r. !n tn ove and it makes n ouieW fim t,.n coal, but doei not lat quite so lon2. nor' beads and whero wo cut through it, in I making the open cut, it was thrco feet thick. , You may possibly have reports of this disCOVCrV cro this, lint liia 1. upon so fur as developed. 1 havo reason -. . . 1 - . 1 ' . . -r . ayini oi inn uermaa rres. th SPrtwu Cburt and the Tct Oath. Tho fact that the Supreme Court has deferred its decision on a very importaut rt,MI iuhwh. wemi 10 db di a i uuukuiuub Kiuucncv. e srjeaic ot ttin .... 1 1 a h . i test oath suit, in which somo ferv imnor- tnnt OlieationM nPnnr rnrlarol luui.iihii.... al law, and of the ritzhts and interests of " ,cre" m cituens, were to be decided, I m nlAnrl.nrvu . . 1. n 1 3 p ... ... r, V4 "u "".yoru uuu u mo uuea oiatcs Attorney aro olosed. It is Proven that tho Supreme Court had tho caso under deliberation, and that all tho members havo given their opinions; nay, " is oven asserted as a tact that the mn- inr tVAt lhAmAtnh...l.AU k.lk 1... ...L. 7 4, v ""u wnwun, . I0 .Congressional and the oath of the raKouBiitutioD, to be unlawful. Why ?'d,tb? ?preme Court refuse to proclaim its decision or to nromulcate it' , ,Ane" no. reasons that excuie the I dolay of decision, and still less are there masons vnaijusitty any t'ourt of Justico tor such a delay. The political effect of a judgment is no consideration for nv gm - i e , . Lourt ot Justice its dutv is to cire a JaB"wnwn in ine penning case to givo decision of tho, questions submitted to ,l' The Supreme Court is not a political nninc . b power to hold a law, or even provision ot the UonUitutions. of thn . ' CAfflKtll SiniAO Ia U. i! 1 . lu uo ua.coiuonai, is nnt n titli.tnl vnn.n . ..!..!! "v -r""'!""! uummj omnciuen- tal part of its judiciary functions and du tics. Hero, for instance, is u lawyer who is denied tho right of practicing because he uiu not or be could not take a certain oatb. Hero is aclercvmanwbo has been "naemnea to a nign noe and to orison lor the. 'onmo. orhaymg nroaobeda ser without first taking tho test oath. Hern tlinrn ant hnn'nil. iIi-h..J. ----- m.w uu tuuunuui in a similar situation, all waiting for tho decision of the Supreme Court, By what rigm is mis aecision witnneid or delay- cd ? ioere is no reason wnatover for it. Is it anything else but for the time being a refusal of justice? ' Sninninv Marhlnn ' ti,. t. tt . T?, .v s i' P says ' Z- v? n MJ "P,n ninS ll.ln0 wh.ch ono of the most re marsable inventions of tha aa ti.. marlcahla inmniin. p .k. ... mi i rt.7. . . - . "t5- no t- . , , V . - fZZWn?!.'.? 1V":2.7,"" ZZ?JiS'r 18 .etl tme. jbiibmu nuor ine constant Study and i . 77 i !" ! 7C"' ?ul" I 3'. ""Z'&S: VITA if?h her eyes are very brieht. but her hair ia whito as snow. She says that many labor saving maohines have been invented for ZZ 6 navo oeen invented lor 08 u8 ofme?. IA that she has spent tho it shehasspi i getting up ( IVJWr iTlZl fn?tnia snJnnnr .;T Zm , f J'tS " Cffl6 lnt0 uonoii uu, " AtUBja Market. Atlanta, April 12. Cotton quoted at 25 to 28o for low to strict mtddfiniT There is some demand for eorr narkct is very unsettled. Some i the a.tA. were made as low as tl 25. UiiflkZ . KaM .t al An -a . "1 - rg. oomoorine meronants have withdrawn theft stook from tho mar set. 1 The Slaaese Twlis EcIImmI n0 8iamese Twins for years hare been , " Zr''u d"h'"0 .KiS AlfiJrllJS? ' $ mZSS' -S VS fci"" A tn mnnU ;n ...l . .t ffltoridiett?'? d.! sictnnep orotners, ana it was presumed i j that nature would not soon produce such ! another striking anomaly. It appears, I however, tha tho South has farnislheds ! XbTnoVw . 1 7?fc.. ted Siamese Twins. Two negro children are now on exhibition at Raleigh, North Carolina, that excite much curiosity. They fare fourteen years of age, and wero corn ot slave parents in Anson county. The Standard speaks of them as follows: "The connection between these girls is closer than the Siamese twins, thcro being more of the physical and mental organs common to each. The connection begins below the neck and terminates at the ex tremity of the seine. To touch ono at any point oi ncr ooay oeiow ine connei- ! !on cnds a "nsation to tho brain of each; while a touch of either above the con- only. They any point of her body below the connet 1 can talk to TdinVrenl time on cntirelv diti . can talk to different persons at the samo I " . A"""T ne" W;f?,Q ..i.. j. "T". wfcn I... !, tn lalgrants. Wo suppose that there is, dn an aver ago, about 15 families a day passing through this city on their way to new homes. A large number of new comers aro settling down in this immediate vicin ity, yesterday twenty families arrived here from Pennsylvania, who intend set tling in Dent county. Thev are ricrht I STffL1? W? i "(. ' Z:' . v"iu m.nt.-Rolla Express: ' ' , D Judge S. II. Bovd arrived in this citv Wednesday evening from Springfield Mo. tie reports that the country is fust re ... ! P .1.. J . n coverinR from tho devastation of war.' ine termers are pncitiug up, and a larger 1 h.n.ri.h Mill k M J ...I.: .1 wv' ura .uiuiiuvuuin spring tnan at nny previous season. The , tld of emigration is flowing into tho outh WMt beyond all former years. Mr i Boyd met near Lebanon, Mo., 76 wagons loaaea wun emigrants. ach wagon had an average of five girls and other small children. Another Preacher Arrested. On Wcdneday of list week the vener able Jacob Coons of Audrain county, a minister of tho Christian Church, was ar. IHI6U mmuviuiu uan gn an inatciment '...." u found against him at the last October1?" "V. u '"f af00, "nd 00 rested and held to bail on an indictment in Circuit Court, for I J,ke(f,?h1,Vh 6 W80? fed 00 r 1 without having ta- Fi J3fl,p,l5'tl0.? tobIw hMhed.."d io called oath ofloy- ,tewed 8obstraotion' term ot the Audrain I . . rreachlnc the cosnel . ng ana nuea the so , lty. Elder Coons is ono of the Tew re manjn3 p onecr proachers of the Chris , Uhurch in Missouri, and is universal. i IV esteemed. W . Sale of Mrs. Clay. At Mrs. Amanda Clay's sale, on Satur- S SSIfi. on Hatur. day, sheep sold from 86 to 810 per head, cows froin 880 to 8160 a piece, Wine 1 heifora from 835 to 845, two year old heifers from 850 to 875, horses from 8126 to BltjU. George Bedford's beautiful plsco did rrif .K? '1T01,ed0' Tho Toledo (Ohio) Herald brings out us B" oer ineeieonon in tnat city. The i Demooracy carried every department of tho city government. Their maioritv city government. Their maioritv on marshal was 325. Last year the Re- publicans had 629 majority for Governor. Democratio gain 854 - fop GUB EBthUSllSB. Lawrence, April 12 The Dispateh in ' vesterdava Dfltnompat ranrAmnifno :.t,...:.I C"7 " " e" """"" Vr" .tt,, i rJi .t :mivI'',TJ lV?rZJ:" b" .v uita nu puuucuien ana - ri... .v - ... . T. 513" '..."Tl! SL" i?" B,5"r,,MB , . 7 ' ' A tall eastern gitl, named Short, long loved a certain big Mr. Little, littlo think- thflt Li - liittie loved a little lass named 71 with tlS.WiWU!ffi make a one storv short. Lit. So Short, meeting Long, threatened to 1 Little befo?e lonf which caused I, ,,., , . ....... Little to msrry Long. :Query. Did tall Short love blgitts because Little loTod Long. Iu the town of Petersburg-, Kenselaer county,' New York. Thorns. Nichols, a K.lf MnnA n.1.t. f.... - Zw.3l " -"a T. - nywBn wa liakes. It is orobab e. however, that at, wt.v.i'. .:. L.ij .L. m. luvuui n iikuv iq noiu ins onco win be contested. DellMras lot ( (Wekitfir.u Q. What is a waterfall? Aw. A lot of curls mado out of the Uils ofdeadcfai namen, and worn by ladies on the bio": of their heads. Q. What is complexion? Ans. Itedand white stuff, which, is sold in small pots at a dollar a pot.' Q. What is amusement ? Ans. Setting a dog at a beggar; tying two cats by thcFr tails; cut ting a girl s doll open and letting tie saw dust out. or anything else tha makes u iceipood. g Whsiisanatriot? Am UB JC" out 0! 11 43 P0Mil,'e I hold that this Government was made on the I1ITE basis, by WH1T8 men. for the benefit of WHIT&men and their posterity forever, and should be sdmtnis- 7a Jr, ttlS.ffWaM ONKOTH- has. I do not believe that the AlMfghty mado the negro capable of self-govern-mont. Douulas. DellBSHrsit Lists 1 for publishing delinquent lists, fixed by the late Legislature, is twenty-five ctats per tract, instead of fifteen, as gencralli published. Jefferton City Tribune. Tho manufacture of false eyes is a large business in Paris. The average sale pef week is four hundred. There are twelve establishments for this work, each en ploying twenty workmen. For the poor thcrearesecond-hand visual orgaus, which have been wowi for a year by some eyeless duke, and exchanged for a new one after twelve months' sorvicc. A Good Run. The following order has been made by the U. S. Circuit Court: "Ordered, That no porsott shall here after bo admitted as an attorney, counsel or, solicitor, proctor, or advocate in this court, except by special order of the court, or after satisfactory examination and licenso therefor by some Judge of this court." 'Official records show that there are in Washington sixtv wholesaln Ii mini alnMa and seventeen hundred licensed retailers who sell eleven million dollar's worth on week days, and pay a license of $75,000. tunics ana aoout tbe saaae amount to tho city . o- - .. Tho Audrain County Court lutweec ordered that no moro licences be granted to dramshops in that county. Every Daily paper in tho City of New York supports President Johnson, bat the Tribune. A man named Aron Bedbug, of Lewis county, Kentucky, has petitioned the Legislature to ohange his name. He says that his sweethart, whose name is Olim. is unwilling that he should be called a Bedbug, and the little ones, little Bed bugs. A vcunester on cotnlnr. hnn. Ann Tho Board of fWr.il nf T.i:- Schools of Allegheny city, Pa. have fixed the salaries of teachers for tho ensuing year, to take effect from the first of March past, as follows. Pr 1136; Grammar department, 840; medium j.-l. . - t: . 7"'' 'iiiu den,r on ' 1 V f-V? .f?m,",.r tTTtaeat Assistants to Prinoipal, Mr. Parian, in In V.,,tU A rrM r XM Review for April, thinks it probable that ' . The Circleville (Ohio) Union say. tha n one of the school districts in that conn- iy, a rat bunt was recently h resulted in the killing of 2,20 ten davs. Ere re man !n flm A had, which ono ten davs. Ere re man !n flm ti:. ... tlcipated. i Miss Mary Harris, who shot Burroughs at Washington, has started a millinery store at Biohroond. . a lauy was asked the other dav whv she oboan tn livo .ti lift. she clioso to livn piled: "Because I am not able to sup- Port a husband." . gh "d died of small pox at Tons- bam, Maine, last week, and hi. house '".; their conteots, were Uurued thotown authorities. xj - . . . . . ' V mm wowa wHoss W"k " n,ot "Uh ere U U KJS?4 to" o work with, fo, ZTi. TC l,m.?s .mf " dflTen mn5"r.F.pIit,0,n uf 8cotch TtrA bllTTJ th9 lmb WP licks on Ismbs ma ha Jr!in ... -v.-, UB omugi w oacco water. TliA I- - ... . " X"!'! C V WWS1. DBS WCO SfDI 10 100 "nnM Asylum. ...... coollv r.rnnn..,i i .. .t,...i--i... .L...f.,'':'7. . s- enouiu isiim mm h ihu tm. -4 rate,