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LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD.
.:VOL. i; 'TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1866. NO. 19. THE TIIR LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD is pcnt.inKD t.vcnv Fnmxv by i: D HIV J) J. KLIil s. TKUMS, 2 a jcor 111 advuucc. It.itps or Advertising. '.'no mnua, 10 llneft or lout ona Insertion, $1 JO l'.ifili Additional Insertion - - ii Administrators' Notice., ... S0( 1 in.il Settlement Notices, - - - 3 CO ri:.v Xorick.i (of n jlnglo may,) - 3 CO l.'u-li nldltlniml stiny In emno notice, ICO .JSOT A liberal deduction will bo made tojoarly ndvorlllers. , '.W All Ittyiil nJttttitemtMt must to tmlil for user. mblii!iilb)iii tcrllfled to. '.if Traii'lout ndvurllscinent must benceotn (Milled with Dm cash. 1 Advertisements Bot marked arnitinbcri-d willbo Inserted till otherssUo ordered anJ chaigcl haiirc.1 1 h for at tbcibuve r.ittf ,, , , , , , , , lWesstoual cuds of ton I no: or losj, w bo nortcl unu year for lu. Marring', Ileatli, Funeral nnd Church notices will ho jiufjll-liL-.l froo. All tjiiimiitilratlnn? of a jicT?oiial nature mu't Lo I'Ubliliuit uvir tbo writers name. Newspaper Postage M'titby .he publishers, to nctitnl subscrib ...j .1 ...I !..... .1 ... I .' , """u "'" "V . iiilulislicil. fnp. rhi-iM .in. int'iiiPMj in ' which suliM'riburs who reido within the county icceivo their mail mailer at post tilfices hoyoii 1 the county limits. Such persons are entitled lij rcreivo'tlio paper tree of postage. Hut Hubsonbers who live out of the county. :md rucoivn their mail matter at a post office within it, miit pay po-tae. tti'iilar 't erms of (lie Courts of Lincoln Coniily. ' d Ml I'lU'UT Sic'Mtnl .Muna.iv In n;briiv irv, M.i, Aiiijii't initl Xmi'1iiIm r. elltfl H'ciflir. TbiM .M.m.ltv In M.ndi mi l .Si 'li n:i r. OFFIi'ML lilKKCTOIiY. t mU'l Sl.iu.s liii.iu-. Jolm It. IKmkIiiSiii, ii f t'll.f itiint; , ' ri 1 1 I Miiti llnufp l' lli-tri'f oiit'illt i?". Hi'O. V. . A .i l. r- in , nl' I'ikc cc.uiiiv. .no .-' ii itur. V.. II. !.i r 1 . !i ir".'ciitn!lvo. t. 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CIIAKliKS, MISS0U1U, h'l cpj i-pnstnntly on hnml tbo best I.l'(tmr.. tbo ibiih-iit fnrclu iiU'l native nincj and Irish bur February 3 1300 ly NEW YORK SALOON. GERMAN BERT ii'ET, Proprietor. No.ir tbo Nurtli JIIjouiI RnllroaJ Depot, ST. cnAKLKS, MO. mlllS aloon U furnblioJ wilh two bllliarils. lnnil keep on band tlio bct kind of Lngor Beer. Wincsnnd Llquxr. Oyfli'm-raw, stewed or fried at all boura. feb. 0 JSfii) n71y t . l 1 1 I . rr.i. ii iur.ii 7ii JULIUS A. No. 49 Market Street, South West corner of 2d, ST. LOUIS, MO. Bookbinder, Job Printer, and. MiANK ROOK MAKER. t'rlnllng Jobi nnd Hiili'n; doit) on February 9 1368 u7ty liberal terms FREMONT HOUSE, Boarding lipase and Beer Saloon. JonN F. DIEBKEB7 Proprietor. MMn Stroot, aliovo tho N. M. R It Depot, ST. CIIAHLES MO. Travelers will find good uceommodailont at thli home. Ug0 Wagon Yard and good (tables are attached to It. , February 1606 nT 1 yr O&RKIAQE MANUFACTORY . ST. CIIAHLES, . MISSOURI. Tj1 ul"cr'ocr baring purchased the Carrlngo Ain . ' uoven, iniuti mow oT iwork tM:irf" ,,r .""V'L :r:"VZrSLril iN,?"' pr!,'-'iiw attention iiaid to 'repairing, -v. vu,..- .. uiiiuH The nostaco on eok v Ncws.iaimM lis cu..;..ie uoui nounug cost, to subscribers, when prepayod quarterly 0 ttaw ha ,V-Umt Iost v.m.iIu In m,Imim !il,..i ..I .1.,. .....il M 'I"' l-'Vil Cast Ollt tOO in- oftieo or uffico of delivery. ticr ..ii:.r. ! T',el'l!'s M"tl".! Rood but he tor, (15 months) live cents. . Vl"l'n'" ni"" ',om s,,,oro Weekly nc.vspaj.crs. (ouo copy onlv.'i Aml l,rt'ilth S0iPcI l" thu 1K SCHOOL SOW. There is u school on earth begun, Supported by the Holy one; Ho sends his students for to prove, Thoprinciplcs of perfect love; Come, then, tny friends, where ero you he, Say, will you go to school with me? Christ Jesus is my musters name To day as yesterday the tamo.' His law demands attention bright, lie teaches well both day and night; His government is meek ami mild, Towards the nged and the child: My master learnt tho blind to poo, Come then ye blind,, the School :s free, fliy master lcnrn tho laino to walk Likewise he IcaiiH the dumb to talk carn3 the 'Wc-trill" liritl to nraV ' .." J..:,i.,'..'.i.i.1 ' V. ;, '""I1 . ,ra'5 I Lome vo lindane without dalav. Tnamc lie 11 change your tongues to pratso his ..i i i :f i . . r And spread abroad his glorious fame, i: I l L iu liiusiur learns 1110 ueui lU near, Ktumv wicu uu.ii .iiiu luuu mi cur, Tnto my masters pleasing voice, He'll make your mourning souls rejoice My master too tho dead can raise, Unto his glorious nair.c be praise. can do, to shore, oor. "HIMHiua Scripture.! are our books 'tis true, Their le.-soi.s are forever new; M. .... . ' ill may learn to read. it is agiiinims ciiool imlocil. Come brethren dear who ate at Schojl, Attention pay tn every rule; We Minn sliall learn that happy art, Of loving Hod with all our heart. When thi frail tenement must die, Wo then sliall lay our school books by, With master .Jesus wc shall dwell, All glory to Kmanucl, Where nngcls bow bul'nrc his throne And sing in reverential tone; To tlnd be glory, lluly One, Tor lie is Master, King and Son. Great solicitude- is of courfo felt throughout the entire Nation as to tho alien lance, medical and olherwNo. ili ili.c:i''e, wliicli is tin iiicurnblo iillceiiuti of tho bladder, is nut immediately datuer niw. hii'.ii;er, nnd of late his eondilioii htii been sleatlily improving, lie is now h i years of age.'attd has ottilivcd nil hi. dii-tinguiidied colcmporarics except Mv. Ihicbaii.iii. Ueu. Suutt, tnid ouo nr two others. Detroit cur. Chicago Times. Jay Cooke, who is buildiiig a house worth half a million of dollats, obtained his wealth by advertising. During tho time of the sale of the national bonds, which would have been unsold to this day but for the newspapers, he was the great est advertiser in the world. There is a cano at Janesvillc, Wiscon health of lien. J.cwis.l ass, one of the lew "'" ' " ' . T , survivors of tho priding generation of hiiWli u and play had pceuh- great statesmen. Ho ha? lived in the . f? "' " closest privacy for some time, and his W,a ,u "'l?1' u'm ''"""K !' liner ah health is so poor is to re.iuirc cuMam, senf0.; ,vhX !i,lu l':"U.'-'-,'l i.i -- ... w v.ti.w tiw uuii.,itllll., I, ISLUll-.T , 1 1, . i' . ! ,re. bin tho stick of uhi.-h was out at Cliatta-1 '."l0 .,,aU1"!? '" U'r "' )1,,s,"vtunn Ihoochco river; tho head is wood nullll''l'".l''";: l'C'-wrist .o severely ; in.l to ftflXI ! Lookout Mountain, and is inhiid witht ,,s di.1t,"! 'T'" 'I"wll"n lcara wvi Un.Wt8 of furniture from the llcrt.iitnco iml I 'Ic"f,c ol ,M!r ,1,s',1,filll,:,"iu'1, . ti picro of shell fired by the rebels iulo tliaUauooga. 1 he cane i.-. rjmtc it curt osily i:i its way. Lime washing has been found to (c. ' strov lice in chicken houses. Caro must' bo taken to reach all the crevices. Sup- idy tho fowls with a couple of bushels fif dust or wood ashes with which black Mil- phur hnsbecu mixed, and tliey will keep ' themselves free from lice. . . , Tho Stato of Missouri is moro than eight times as largo as Massachusetts. In addition to her mineral wealth, hor productive soil nnd mild climate, tho streams which flow from her hills nnd mountains furnish water power, which i .. ivoj .-!: earj novor minnlv , 1,10 ,cvo' Pra,no can noor Supply i w - A tablcspoonful of saltpetre given to a cow onco ti day. lor three or four days,, is'nn effectual roncdy for tho garget. It can bo given in u wash if tho cow is hear ty,. or in a doug.. pill. So says a New York fanner. Some farmers on the Illinois River wash ty breakfast upon that dolicious steak. their sheep by taking thorn out in tho You may well tupposo Charley was rnor stream on a boat eight or ten rods and tided bevond moasuro. when ho returned making them swim ashore. Aftiir Btand- ing au uour or so, repeat tno process. RVVtllbW l'n U UVIi OVII'DHV A corespondent of tho New England isfuction. Charley was reminded of tho Farmer finds that a mixturo of lard and steak whenever he eviuceda desire to dig kerosene oil a littlo more lard than oil oboy his mothor well mixed and thoroughly rubbed in- Children, obey roar parents, bocauso to tho hair of lousy oattlo onco or twice, they love you, and' wish to seeurcyour to bo a dead shot ; not a louso will escape own good. Thcro is nothing so sad us to . ' seo the hopes of a faithful parent crush- Tho Davenport (Iowa) Qazotto says cd, But how beautiful to sco a house there are now thrco hundred and sixty- hold of sweet-tempered, oledient children, four children at tho Iowa State Soldier's Monitor Mcanwcll. Orphans' Home at that place. Fifty havo been received during tho past month, Tho death of a Mormon Bishop is thus nnnounccu iu a oait juane paper: "lie i l years old, and leave was 37. yours old, and leaves an interest - i ing family of eleven wives and 47 small iiuuiuj iv uivui ii ui. iiii OBEDIENCE. It may not always bo agreeable to oley your parents, yet, my dear children, it is your duty, You may not always bo able to comprehend why your parents' desire you to do this or that, or to Icavo a cer tain thin undone, htill your parents de sire your own individual good in the end; hence you ought always, without a single exception, to obey them. The story 1 urn going to relate, to illustrate the fore going remarks, is strictly truo, us it hap pened in my own family, then living tn tho city of Now York. One beautiful afternoon about the mid dle of June, Mrs. Crawford, came down into tho ynrd, whero her children were playing, and said to her oldest daughter : Kiln, I nm going out lor half an hour; want uuriiig my absence, to linisli ti,n. r.. a....i Kin,, ti int. nfA nearlv dtnc nin't thov?" nuiriy unc, nin i uitj r "Yes, mother; they merely need the rnrrl nml tai o." rnn nl KIM nnirt V. . - " . "-I ;-r - i i J but with anything but a pleasant cxprcs sion ; her mother, who could read her fhor4its said : ell then, it wont tako you more than ten or fifteen minutes to finish them, by the time you do so, I shall bo bacfk ; but mind, don't hurry the work, child, do it nicely. There's a kiss for you, mid you!" exclaimed Mrs. Crawford, kissing the children each in turn. As soon as her mother had gone, Ella, instead of doing what her mother had re quested, exclaimed, poulingly: "Where's the use of sitting down in tho houu such a splendid day? I can finish tho.'c littlo socks any time, but not just now? Mother wont bo back for a good while, and there will be time enough ; now t mean to enjoy myself. Come, girls, for ui tin tag! You're it Molly!" Away they ran in high glee, up-stairs to l ho garret, nnd out on tho roof, then down, and throughout every lenght and breadth of the lovely yard. I do not wish you to infer Ironi this, that Klin was, as it general thing, it bad, unmindful girl ; i'ar from it. 'I'linj little sockb spoken of, wore her free offering' for tho infant ol her Aunt Kitty; tor several hours Kl la worked at them very industriously, then grow tired, and laid them away to finish sntno other d:iy; she could have spend tint iittei'iiomi and stay to ton. When slic irtitrtied, s uno lif'tiui minutes alter felling Mia In finish the ocks. she did not lind Iiiu Iriile iiceompliihcd, but pii'ir 1.11. i innl lieen very careless m romp, iug, fallen ami diMucatcd her wrist, and fur months afterward Klla wa.i compelled to carry her arm in a sling and to foreign the plcaitire of many enjoyments which make youth so pleasant. I do not wish to e. nvey the idea that parental or even accidental punishment follows acts of diihedit'iwo, and frmn litis fin nf pitnishmtitt to avoid doing wrong, but rather to, show that kindness prompted the mother in asking Klla to do thai, which if she had done, would have yielded, her a pleasant visit to her aunt's There comes tn mind the imago of Charley Welsh, who was so Innd of a now wagon his father had bought for him, that, he would taWi the wagon with him, if possible, wherever ho went, , .u,lL 'orn'K. Charley s mother asked ,l,m . K ,0 l"tlier s and get a , steak lur dinu,:r- , Charley was ipute .willing to ? Provided wagon could go with him. "J.'cav? yMf w8?ii until you return, fnnl u mother, kindly ; at tho same tune taking tho wagon and pulling it into tho llh Charley pouted, closed tho door, and s l"3 mother thought, hurried away; hut as soon as charloy heard his mother dose tho inner door, ho opened tho hall door, took his wagon nnd ran off to tho butchers. Ho got thosteak, laid it in his I wagon, prouuiy pui mo siring ui ins wag on around his waist, and trotted homo- ward in regular horio fashion. So far all was well Charley happened to pass a lean, hun- gry-lookinn dog, who, scoing tho steak snugly deposited in tho wagon (tho paper in wuieu ii uau uccn wranpeu looscneu bv tho iarrint?.1 took it. nnd mniln n hear. homeward, and saw tho boues of his beau- titul steak near tho aforesaid dg, who 1 Eccmcu to wag his tail with much sol I -sat The Millodgovillo papers say tho ne groes aro leaving Georgia by thousands to labor iu tho west, 1 The City of Augusta; Oa.; has imposed n lax or 81.000 ti month on all gift enter prise :..:..!. ...i .1 l v... i... i... i A Strange Story A SlRgular Rcmlon. From tlit! Sun Frkncisco Cullfornlan. In 1847, a young physician, who lmd just graduated at the Missouri State Uni versity, and returned to his home in llli noir to practice his profession, led to tho altar u lady who bad won his lore. The young physician, with that professional ardor which burns so brightly in the hcart3 of all students, had on his return iiotiio procured a "subject" or cyiditvcr, for direction by desecrating the villaao graveyard. By some means this fact be came known and a warrant was issued for his arrest and placed in tho hands of an officer to servo, which ho did a few mo ments after tho ceremony was performed. Tho erimo being n felony, tho bride groom's position may readily bo imagined 10 nave uccn extremely unenviable, and tho prospects of a prison coll being any thing but agreeable, ho delcrmiucd to cs- cape, i lie otneor having granted him the privilege of saying a few words in privato to his bride, he retired with hor to a room and bade her farewell, jumped from tho !...! 1 . wiiiuow aim cscapcu. no was pursued for many days, but finally mrmaged to elude his pursuers, nnd settled in Mis rout i. A year later ho wandered into New Mexico, nnd from thenco in tho courso ol n lew years, ho lound his way into California. Durinir his wanderings he had failed to correspond with his wife. and she, believing him dead, married ain. After a lima he learned ibis fact. but determined to remain dead to her. and it was not until n fow months ago ho altered ins determination. llappcnitiL' to picK uj paper published in one of Itics, ho read nn account of flirt Wncfitrit m 4 tin. oViil. nf i, i,ai.,...i i-1.: .w. i knowing her to bo free, ho wrote to her, !""" h,aJ flo:!lcJ on tho tuJ aml stating that ho "Hill lived," and cherish-, ,0,,Scl1'? n lot of drift wood. She was cd her memory as greeu as when ho kiss-. rcscuc1J ,ro'n perilous situation. T he ed ln.r lips in parting nineteen years ago. xt 'JVi ,h4 ?ld 'nan !"PT'"S Ho told her that ho was still free, and or ruukot water, and losing his bal-.,aL-,.,i 1,.., i, i ,iii. l,:... i. anco foil headforemost into the water nnd fortune he had accumulated. Tho wife wi.inn mnnivoii t.n i.,it. ...i i.!i i, read the early love returned, and she do- termincd to join him. Disposing of her property, bhc, with u daughter twelve, years ofatio. took passnL'o for California, wlinrn ?,.n. ..,rr!v..,l ,,.l ii,. t1lirl' lit' I tin tilt) tiiiJt.'iiwl tvlin tnrwlim tlinm ii,.. rnc,,,n,'...iif.,.. i,ni wi,nn, they remained till a license was procured and n minister remarried the parties; after which they proceeded to tho house that titul licen Mcpnrcl lor tin m, tiiiii wlicro they, mi Thursday oveniuir, enteitained st number of fiien'ls. Truly, tho inci- dents nf real I i Jo am more rilarlling and rniii.intic than thu loin.iiiicr. wild t fancies of thu Aii lUtcni (lilj Story. From tho Staffordshire Sentinel. A very weird story is current iu tho hill country of Btraffordshirc. Wu have hcen unahhi to verily Ihco narrative with anything like proeision, and content our- selves with relating it ns near as nosiiblo as it was to us by a clergyman. One day last week a carrier, with his horse tind earl, was takine- tho nacustomed jonrnoy between Huston and Macclesfield. Alter ho ho h:nl none sotim d stun en ho was accosted by n wayfaring man, who was plodding along tho road, who asked ' an enure oanu, wniio uui in searen oi nui fur a ride. Tho carter took the man un ' flo, were caughtin a terrible snow-storm, and then tirocceded onwards After a. whilo tho earner complained that his bauds were cole and usked his compan ion to drive for him. The man consent ed and look hold of the reins. J'cforc they had gone much further, n stranger on horseback; the horte, by the way, was a whito one overtook them, and rodo by tho side of tho cart. A conversation was commenced, which very soon took tho di rection of tho cattle plague. Its devast ating effects were discussed, and a paral lel was drawn between it and other ca lamities, past and future. Tho stranger on horseback suddenly became prophetic, faying that next year tliero would bo a plague or blight among the com, which would destroy the fruits of the earth, which would bo followed tho next year by a plnguo among mankind. "Chris . . tians," ho said, would lio dead in tho roadside by hundreds "yes," ho nddod, ,, ' lowering ins voico, and adUressm mo and tho toinporary driver of tho cart was icit to pursuo his journey -nth ins mci ancholy burden. Borrowing the Keys. Tho Methodist Episcopal Church South, for the past twenty years, owned nnd occupied a church building in Ln grango, wo, Tho Northern branch of tho society had none, but had beon kind i ly granted tho uso of tho Kounthcrn so. i cioty's building. After borrowing tho koys tor somo timo, while tho town was in possession ofa oompany of Radical mi- una tney borrowed them onco more, this timo putting tbom in their pious pockets, un I. KuupiiiK iiiu rigutiui owners out, through military intimidation. They havo consequently had to resort to a law- suit to regain possession. This may not be "pious perjury," but it looks vorv liko ui mi a ci' tain iimnvmniiiii. m. aim aiiiaw iiiil i stealing in the name of virtue.- -St. Lou - is liepubhcau. holder of tho reins, ' dead is tho man who , "' t is sitting by your.sido." Tho driver ... ' 7i .t turned, and to his horror found that ho 1 ,1)o 0''1 tl"" nt u , timo-thut the was sitting by tho sido of a corpse. Tho Fu,0 " Lcn.u'c1r yu,liavu ,,0'c Blander stronger on horseback galloped away, inS J neighbors, begin to say your leportant Decision by Our Suprene Court, From the Springfield (III.) Register. The Supreme Court of Illinos has just made an important decision in a case ar gued at tho January terra in thi3 city. The point decided is, that shares in Na tioual Hanks aro subject to taxation. United States bonds deposited aro not taxable; upon these bonds issues arc made nnd shareholders have hitherto escaped taxation. This decision was virtually tuado beforo tho sauio question was de cided by tho U. States Supremo Court, and it is a matter cf just prido to every Iilinoisan to know tho opinion of our State Supremo Court has been sustained by the highest tribunal in our land. The opinion delivered by Justico Nolson, of tho United States Supremo Court, was announced some few weeks ago. It is estimated that tho revenue to be derived from this taxation of shcrcs; for State, county, township and city purposes will exceed half a milliorrof dollarr. of which nearly one hundred and fifty thou sand will go into the Stato Treasury. Result of Intemperance. Wu lcarti from a source in which wc place tho utmost reliance, that during tho lute freshet in Bear creek, an old man nnd his wiro in a slate of almost oblivious intoxication, had occasion to cross the Creek on a horse. When abut halfway across, the old woman slipped off the an imal, and was not misled by her "liege loru mi on ins arrival at noino. lie, '"Seiner wun a no.guuor rctruccii ti.eir 8tuP? to 1 10 ford, and proceeded down tho ... . . .... creek a short distance, found tho nhi wo Pcrill0If ' absenco occasioning alarm in tho liiinily, the old woman repaired to S sfri".S in scari;n of her companion. i blc ,,avl.uK I0.1 sobered off, attompd o rawen mn irom me jaws 01 ucam, when her feet slipped and bho plunged 'nto the spring. 'iiicy were soon after wards found locked iu the cmbraco of death. This should be a warning to thoso , v,,' iuiiho .t.00.rr.?c,y.in t.,' intoricatiog , up. uannmai Courier April h Wheat. Some farmers tell us that their wheat looks better this spring than it hai beforo for fivo years, while others report a tot I failure. Tho wheat along the bauks of tho river is looking excel lent, but a mile or two back it is very sparro and thin, and with most favorable trcathcrwill yield hut a small crop. J'iqua (C.) Democrat, uauicai triMvii. a itepubiican in Maine, who had served out his'tcrm of IJ0 : ""ys in tno Augusta jail, was askca when ho came out how ho liked it. "I had a bully time," said be. "There wore 7C inmates of tho jail, and not a d d Dcm ocrat amongst the lot. I m I e8 has bceu received from a camp of i incnuiy iimians near uio Missouri uoi , dau, to tho effeet that the male portion of and but one returned to bring tidings of ,i . .. . i , . . t,ii. mo line oi ins couiraucs. au uau per ished in one night the party numbering sumo 40 or 50. President Johnson will bo right if ho shall dismiss nil the office-holders in thu country whom has tho constitutional pow er to dismiss if they oppose his restora tion poliey. He may well regard them ns among tho worst enemies of tho pub lic. If they must devoto themselves to tho causo of annrohy and ruin, lot them do tho trcnsonnblo work in privato sta tions. Louisville Journal. A mother whoso son hud been fleeced by gamblers, on board of n New Orleans and Mobilo steamer, sued tho Captain of tho boat for tho lost money. Judge Dustcod, of tho United States District Court, of Alabama, beforo whom tho easo was tried, rendered a verdict in favor of .1.. i. i Prayrs Tho following definition of tho rights of women is given in a Vermont paper. "To love her lord with all her heart, nnd hor baby as hers. If and to make good bread. Few things uro better for reducing in flamation. caused bv snrainin' muscles. than a stream of cold water, annlied to the swollen nart and repeated evcrv few hoars. i . -. A young woman in Hoannkc county, Va., rccontly dropped dead from fright nt meeting her brother, whom she hud mourned as dead tor thrco years. t&" Reports from Florida rcprctit that cmigranU . aro pouring into that Stato from ovory '"tcction, and tho papors say , that they are welcome especially if thry . bring money Warning to the Austrian fioreraaenl. WAantsorov, April 23. The Government has received satisfac. tory assurances from the Kruporor of Franco that nil tho Krench troops will bo withdrawn from Mexico, and tliat'France will pursuo a policy of absoluto non-intervention in Mexican affairs. The samo policy will bo requited by our Uovcrrn'- mcnt from every Luropcan power. Ofl clai auviccs nave uccn rcccivcu irom rar- is and Vienna that the Emperor of Aus tria has entered into engagements to sup. ply Maximilian with troop3 to rcplaco those ot France, and that a largo number of Austrim soldiers are about to embark far Vera Cruz. Mr. Seward has instruc ted Mr. Motley to demand his passports instantly upon the sailing of any vessel with troops on such an expedition, and to notify tho Government of Austria that the Au?lnanMiuistorat Washington will have'his passpo7ts lent upon the receipt oi such intclliz.iiicc. The intervention of any European power in tho internal con cerns of Mexico will hereafter be regard ed by our Government us cause of war. l'rnnce became involvcii in Mexico while socking redress for wrongs nnd injuries she had sustained. She lias now accept ed tho policy of non-intervention, of which, so fur as Moxico is concerned, tho United States will hereafter mako them selves the guardian. Emigration from England. From the London Times, April 5. Tho mania for emigration has again set in among the colliers and iron-workers of South Wales, nnd the effects of tho move ment arc beginning to bo seriously felt, more especially by tho colliery propric tors. Thoso who arc induced by glowing descriptions to leave constant employ ment and good wages, and break up their homes, to seek new spheres tor their la bor in tho states, aro principally hardy, industrious men, who from long experi ence havo beconio what may b'e called killed colliers, lheso are toe men that tho district can ill afford to spate, espec ially at tho present time, when the eo.il trado is so active, nnd their departure in such numbers will not only provo incon venient, but a postivo loss to the employ ers of labor, inasmuch as it will take tho hands brought in to supply the vacancies caused by tno exodus a very long period io uecouiu prunuiuiii iii uieir new avoca tions. In addition to the largo numbers that have emigrated since the fine weather has set in, upwards of sixty families left Ab redaro for New York a few days siuce, and others aro preparing to follow from dif ferent parts of the district. Gen. T. W. Sherman, commanding thu Eastern District of Louisiana, has orders that the power of convening Court Mar tials and of couOnitig, mitigating or par doning, has ceased at his headquarters. The editor of an Easlorn paper taya: "Wo have adopted the eight hour sys tem in this office. Wo commence work at eight in the morning, and end work at eight iu tho evening. John Davis, an overseer in a factory at Taunton, Mass, bus been Cued for flog ging a femalo operative, 12 years, old, with n picco of belting doubled. One of tho girls oyes was seriously injured. Tho negro rioters at Norfolk, Vn who were armed with nistols. knives, clubs and Uutted States uiuskets, positivoly as sert they will vote at the next election. Tho Peoria, III. Transcript aavs: Wo are glad to inform thoso of our roadcra who arc fond of peaches, that there is a prospect that tho whole crop was hot de stroyed by tho late hard weather. From tho Poor houso farm f Monroe county Michigan, n pair of fat cattle, sev en years old, and weighing 4070 pounds, were recently cold for 375. A girl, Mot fourteen years of ace. died recently iu Smithficld, N. Y. from an overdose of orfouio, which she had been taking in quantities for several weeks in order to improve her complexion. Thcro is a cans of thieves in Russell county, Alabama, who make it their bu siness to rob parties of mules, horses, vegetables and provisions. At a centlc- iiiuu d iiuu&u, uvu iuiis iroui uiraru, par tics approaching tho stables, were fired upon twice, but unfortunately both shots missed their aim. It is thought that tho thieves aro negroes, led on and incited to pluudcr by mean whito people, The Doston Commercial sajs that eiscc clocked stockings for ladies aro in fash ion young mon will bo lookinir oftcucr than ever to sco what time it ir. New Orleans is full of visitors tho nou. ulation bning fully 60,000 more than be- tore tne war. gQuTba Postmaster Genera! will soon issuo a postage stamp of tho denomina tion of 15 tents. It bears the likeness of Abraham Lincoln, and will bo con venient in paying foreign postages. ttr Thcro' was never so much criuio in Vermont as now, and the officers say , that four-liRhs of it is to be attributed to to liquor. One country bus ffflcon crim iuals, who will be sent to Stale Vu'r-on