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THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD.
VOL. 1. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1866- NO 30. T1IK LINCOLN I 01MY 1ILKAU) is rcnt.tnn ttvnuv fkidat ur 'F.D fl II N D J. EfjLltt. TERMS, 93 a yeir lu advance. Rates f Advertising. "Inn niuarr, 10 lines or les one Insertion, $1 0 tCxeli ad.lltpinnl Insertion 74 -Xdralnlitralor.'. Notlcci, 3 00 .'j'lnil Si'ltlcra.nt Notice, - 3 CO 'l!rAY Noticis (of a alnrjle it ray,) .3 00 liiieh additional it ray In laiac notice, 100 2P A liberal deduction will liv undo to yearly advert lien. 27 All Lfjal aittrtiumthU must bo paid for -cn publication li certified to. ''?' Trarulent adrcrtkcincula muit boaccorn pnlel with thu'caih. tO A IvortliOTieiits not marked ornuiulcrvJ vfillbo Injcrtcd till other Wo ordered and chattel l .r at the tluve uton. I'rol'oj'lou.il card of ton liuon or tear, will bo n'ortc I uo yo.it fur flu. M irrl.if-c, Dcntli, funeral and Church notlcrj will he p'.iMI,hcl free. ' j All cinuiuuleatt'iiu r n personal ualuro uiu-.t h 1'ii'jlUhoi over the wrltn I nauic. I Newspaper Postage. Tito postago on Weekly Nuwspnpcis to subscribers, when propnyed uai torly 1 or yearly in advance, either at tho mail ws nlhVo or nllice ol' delivery, icr u:ii' tcr, (II inniilh.i) live runts. Weekly newspaper.), (one copy only. , sent by ' Lu jhiIiU.-Ikm :i, to actual bubscr'ib cts within the county where piinlid ami published,' free. There ate inslainri. in which atibsciibcr.i who icsidc wifrtin the county, receive I licit- mail mitlcrut post offices' beyond I lit- county I i i ti 1 : m . Such person! nro untitled lu receive tho paper free of iiost:i''c. Hut suh.!cribcrs who live out ol" lliu county, iiml receive tin it in til matter ut a post otJico within it, mm I jiiy postage. Regular Trims ol' Hie Courts of Mtunltt County. 'MJNTV COIMST -S ,d ,U..t...i ill lVl.iu- HV, S IV, AlllU't "Md Nl"M.'lnl.tr. OIKCiUT CUUItf. - Thud Mmidat iu M.uch , and ytptiMitLcr. ; -on fiiial i)ii:i:t roi!v. 1'iiiled I'latci, '.d.ili . John J), llciidMx.il, tl 1'ikn I 'liinty. Ill.td Jilalfs l..Ht.t lUplc.-ciitalivij. licv. 'V Au'doi-'ittt, ill' 1'M.i" riiiniiy. 1 !lato St-naliir, I!. II. 'ami. IU'im.nlallvo..l. Win.-.tmi iilltmi. ' .In ut Citcull tWl.-.J. T. C. Kigg, I'iU. . ;iiuiiit Ait y. i:. i. .i.im Clork ut Circuit OuUit and Uin-rdu - A. II. '. Miitm. dudiMM of I'nitiity t'ciiii l M. I.. 1,(111.1, l'ie,id In, f ill. I . Ingram, mid .I.iiiu-i Wil.'"ti. lei I. ut Cininly Cuuil .md inliuul .'iMali.i.-. i-.:i Ol V. C. !.itit. Klierilt and Odin ti rnf liiu unci.- J. it Kuj.i (;.hly 'Tiiii in.'i ' Mi. tV .uir.,11,. 1'iildic 1 Adiuini u.ii'.i. It. II. Ilud.uii. Ciiiintv A'mnn.i'.- 1. li. 8iaili,y !.. it Claim .;;uit. .1. Al. M. i.'UII in. U. a. CutlrUur llli Hint I let. A ll. M.iilin. MRS. DAVIS' i UOAKll; ikhjsi:: Nil n Knutii I'ntiiiti Mutt, bT. i.oui.;, mo. j i li.ili.uul, Mnl.ly i.m P.n I,, ii in ictoniiaii 4lall'd Oil tCil.nM.llllO lllllll. All oi'tio.y til La v: and .iit iio.M:i:i:, I union, l.liu olii I'ountj , Mu. VI' 11,1, irai'tii'ii in all lliu Uuurt.i nl tli- tlmd ' Judii i.il Oil cult. All liU'liii'r.,1 tutiuttcd to Ml i.iru Mr ill bo iniiniilly attended In. I.c 12, ISUi. nt Jli;s III. ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND i I ij 1 T A H V CLAIM AUKNT, 'I'KtlV, Lincoln County, Mo., Office in the Court IIIouno. Dec. 12, 1805. ill F. T. WILLIAMS, A. 1 1 ' n e y atLa w , ANiJ NOTARY PUB-IC, TiH&tuii, LiiieolnlCouuty, M 1SSOUUI. Uo.ouihcr 12, 1806. Ill ly 11 101 It Y QVICilillV, Attorney at Law, 'MOV, MO., I'llTII.I, nttend to nil bvalnriis rntruatcd to h'l V V earn' In the counties of Liueoln, Warren, .Montgomery nud Viko. (may 18, 18C0) WlLIilAM PORTER A.ttornoy at Law, Tltoy, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OOloo In (ho Court House, Docouiber 12, 1865. nl JAMES A. WARD, 1'liysicin.n &. Surgfoon. OllJce one Joor NortUJof Hart and lituart, . , , "IHoy, M0 Oecenibct 12, ItWii, ut w. r. niniii, I Saint n. n. hi.ku, fit. Louis b.o. nous, jt'harlet t. m. rinLSIow Vork GIBBS; FIELD & ROSS, Si, Charles, Mo, MANUFACTURERS OF cloths, muumx m- FLA NX ELS, LINSEFS, Jeans DiankclH, And "Vui'iis, 500,000 Lbs, Wool Tor which (usli will lu ald, or nur manufactured (Juodj exchauRcd. c;mu), vivi.u & iws. may I, iaM. Em ST. CUAKLES WOOLEN FACTORY, ( 1 1 tier Main & Cltauucy Street.-! BT. CliAULK, MIoSOUltl. VAULb WALTON it-Co., Proprietors. llli ..1 all tinu- ih'sii"'I t., hlluiiluu for -i t'n.i.'ii i i.onis, a i Mi;i.io t'Mnii v rum mvi:. whiti: Msi:vy, I' l a n s: i. s, t'AiuMiTrf, i itai:t:i ct)vr;Kii!5Td Ail Wool Ha ut; ., tSfijukiinj 1'a nib; Etc. 'in .ill ! .hiih ito il.litc llic allitiKiil, iiflin'l iti mi .i' I l.mi'i i. . ', ."llm liiylnst maikk.) 1 1 - i .int tul tiv'-f. , lu.'V 4, Ibo'i 111 jDvni iiiiHi;, MAM I'.UMIUCU OF jil::s ii:mps, JtlldlAN.S, .MO, 11 li nri' in it.in.: tin' !: t'ilv I'linip, iillli 'li. l:i' -! i 'i ipiIh', linn In'Ii'iiIiik. lor li.iu lie. 'IIh' llliiiii l',i . ) i i n -.l'klil , I'li.'.il'ir and t'hi .nil ntlii-ii' Al", I In- l'iiiii.'Uniii i 1'iiiiii, l.'iiu .iicl .litni. I- r-.iih ; iiditii;, nil ,i i.luiliiic SLt. L Ay LOW f OR. CASH .i . ilti i iii I .. I . i.i in,, uiI.lm I'.ulijry ill III I tin . ill-. A lii.,.i,.l ilf.iouiu laljjo uldl ill Vs. I. Iiiltiilleil 1.1. 1 I', if ii ' i.iduin,; can a I li 1 1 ! 1 1 an I C, t'limnii- Imi I ,' i. Ii ii.l. imliisiil y , or tliiuuli my I. iU'IIiit n, , .il'.im l.u.u If'Hl, I Ik' imi) ail tli iritid h:i' liii ,; .ii'.i'iil in ll,p Mtato In take ti diit1. All ..i'l.'l.i I'HiiiplU hlk'l. in:iy Is', -ti.i i.'J! "m 1 1.' ai i.m.ii.ii. .i u u t w aTii us x Tsii .No. !; Mail.a Mint, z;Ulh U,.-t coimr ul I'd, b'i'. LOUIS, Duuk binder, Job lViutur, ii ii1 lt i 1. 1 1 ti :- .1 ottri and lltili'n'' done on lihcral tttuiv IVInu.iry 'J I Mil inly I. j. ki:icsiiaw. IIi'iiSH loiiiiili'i auil Puini MAhKIC. h2 North 3rd Street, Ke.ii I'mt Ollice, fc't LOUS, Mo; lira's Work of all ilc:cri'llm3 tor lircircni and DiMillor. lii.ui , U'uud and hull Vutiii.i ot allsiiej nitCii, Alu, f run, Wuud and Lead iiipo Juno 1, It-lilt n'.'l 7m . Craw font WLolcialo and Itetaii Dealer in Hooks, Stationery, Cheap Pullica- tiotii), Ncwnpaper & MuguzincH, No: .'.I .V: 4th eticel, BT I.0U1S, MO Particular attention paid to filling all orders for tho Country tradai l'okllilior of l'lala.i Sectional nnd Tunnthlp niapoi .tiimouri, uarciayH utj;esiii xiim.iourt Itti otl.i and WlilillccyjMlJiurl Form Hook. Juno B, 180tt 'ill 7m VMUitcliliudiiUiiii'di No huinlni:' -no noniciire: 1'acU aro iluliborn tilings but I ill J in a fact beyond dlfjiulo that tho bolt and ebcaiiedt dace to purchnso yourClolhlng i ai lue oi biuuica uiotuing uaiarr, A: li KJNiSl!l!ltY, Main itrcct uiijioalto Jilttigcra Mill. Constantly on a fashbitiablo annortinci t of Mcti and Hoy Clothing, FuJiil.-liInt; (ioud, Hats Cap:', ,le: (Ircalcr induxcraciti ull'creJ than any other lumao in bt Loutaln hla lino Como nnd convlnoo youi bolf: Juno 1, ltC0 u'ii i!m 1 fCCi l'Ull YUAItt W want agenU vt ttJf Try whero'to fell onrliiriiovnu 420 Sowing Machlnej. Three new kind. Under and upper food. Warranted fivo years. Abovo talary or lrj;o eomuiljiion paid. The only in. chlno told la tho United Stain fur leu than $10, whleliroii'Wii,cfUj Wr-, IVWo- it' Miwii Unvcf ttaUr, Siii.jrf ,1- Ot. iimf llatsliMrr. Ml nlhor rhcnii niichiiira arc ifrirmttiti and tho ;;.,.;., ;., ,., .;..'; tui.l. llludtralcd elreulau nen', fioe. Addicu or call upon Shaw 1c Clark, Ulddcl'ord, Maine, or t'h lo.igi', llliiiuli, n'.'i-ly $00 A MONTH! Agoutb MuutciltW tix riW.Vc ' linn lifli'i,, just out. Addlli's O. T. OAUliY, City buildiub', liiddvloni, Ht. Tlio !lest roigrrsslonal Elections, A Political Delude in Prospect. From tlio Now York lleruld.'j Tho itniortaoeo uf tin; nest CougioeH lonal elections cannot be ovei-eatimatcd. Thc rojmblican party, originating under specioud pretctueH oi'rt roriu, liu.t violated iti pledges iu tlio most outrageous ruan ncr, and La3 wholly tbrl'eitcd tho conti tlcnco of the pcojilo. The old dcuiumtie party, now dubanJed by an olliciul tuaui icsto from itn Coiigrcssionrl tvprcdenttt lives, was tto imbecile and corrupt that nobody could regret to tee it niijicrccdcd by the republican organization , but iu 1 every respect tlio ebuiij-o ban been lor the worse, with tho eitijik ea-iejition of the fact that tho republican puliticiatii wero shrewd enough to adapt tliciiiiulvc.i to tbc loyal sentiment of tbo North during tho roccnt rebellion. While the war lasted tho people wore fully engrossed with its incident;) and its ncm.niticj. and tbo enormities practiced by the lepublicans almost escaped attention. Congressmen roulied tlio pulilio treasury ami mded cor rupt contractors iu tlieir exertion3 ; but when tho elections catno round the pco plo voted for these Ui?liottest reprcscu tatives bceauto thoy wore thought to be more loyal to tho Union thnti those dem ocrats who declared our nbtcouH and triumphant war a failure. Thus it hap pened that at the last Congressional elec tion.') wo bad only the war i:wuo. All the candidates profesred in the warmest attacbmctit and devotion to the nJiiitnlB tratio.i. No political or liiiancial iics timi wa.i involved in tl.e cutvass. Tho people, tbeicfore, bad jiraciieally no choice but to glvo tlieir voles to tl.o Un ion candidate.! tmd tigainat the peace. latiiteil, lihunt per-sbciit democracy. Now that thu war i oxer, however, that one vital, ab.-orbttijj itmtc bast patscd away. Tlicte are uo coppcrheada aud no war men any more. Couseijiienlly at the nest eleetiuii! new i..sue!J will bedccl opeil, nud a new patty tnunt bo fottued to meet the-o issue.-.'. Tho old ileiuociiilie party is dead. The Jiopubliean party only waiU for the popular vetdiet to be ulno nnuihilateJ. An reprcs-eiitod by tbo Jt idieala in the present Congress itn pn..-ent policy is tt coiiiplote eoutradieliou of ilti platforms and pletli;.:i. Htarlud tts it Uniuti party, it baa uow terouie the party of disunion. Orij'idally oppi'Sjd to s,laeiy, it uow al- totnpt.i to unpins -NortUeru hiavc unver.t upon tho ue'-Moe.-i, vho vero ficod, not, by jiroclantati'in.s or j.ulili'.laus, hut by IbeaimitMoft'emralllraiit. ?!oro than thi-, it maintains tbit aiiouialott'i iuititu timi, llto I'lccili.icu's Uiirtiii, for" tbo bonulil ul'i."L'.it ami oiav-i.iK at u ya..t ej I'ti.e to th. t!'i.'iiia.iit. an t counives .it triielities uliicb, :.ci:oi' Jin t1- Hie t'o port; ul tlcm-i.tU Sleoluiin a nl l'ullci -ton, e!iceed any ever practiced by ?oulU vi 11 slitvu owners. l'roini.-iiii tinaneial i:ronin. ai.d nti ei;oiioiiiii;.il tiilniini-.tra-tion of the (iovcruiiiunt, it is uiore cui ni.tlhait an, other patty that evcrtraiu li.I (i.Avi'i'. AVI'ovotlctji'ji. ratio nolitii.iaii.i stole, thousand) of doliatd, tbo vtpubli cans liave ftnlti tnillioti.t. i'adoi-tlieir Urc) :oi. mamiKouietit, du.ine; tl.o war, five dollar wcw waf ltd ior every dollar ueti .s iiily e.Npouded. 'J iio people could liavn cii'liticd f hi? with piiieueo, liowevr er , fur uj prico is too i;re.u to pay lor the Union, liut not only iI-li tl.o pub lie plnudeiiiur er iliuuc, ujw thai the war is over, but the Union, for whioli we li.;vo paid t-u dearly iu blood nnd trcsaU'i-, t. not toatoted. Ou tl.o cotitiury, iLe Pres ident, whom tho u'pulilieitis elected, and whom the republican C'onjreimen o' cd lefoio the people to Misiam, is liuw denounced as tt traitor, uud pci'eeuled with the utmost malignity, (or pctsiMjug 111 tlio work oi'tcsloratiiiii and lot vcimJii; the Con.qti.ftaioii.il jobs. J)uriuj; tbo pres ent tciMort alouo t'oiigtcs bus oiiyacdin transparent tiwindlin am iuiitiiij? to rer two' bundled uiin fifty uiilioii. of dollars. Tho infumoua Freetlmeu's JJuivau lull, which the President vetoed, would luvo dibposed of titty millions, ami iitioilior bill of tho f-ame ebaracter, inpi-upiiuiin six millions, is now probUitod. lieu Wade's Montana job, also vetoed, case twenty -fivo millions to a party of grasp ing f.pcculatorn. The national battka are pio.scnteJ with u bonus of thirty millions, drawn from tho pockets of tho laboring men. .lay Cooke 1 h consolidation echemo involved a job of forty millions. Twen ty millions are to be betoned upon tbo contractors for building Mississippi lev ee.?, if tho urgent appeals of tho radical organs tiro heeded. Jobs in regard to Muxico, footing up from twenty to fifty millions, aro til ready proposed ono of 1 them by Mr. Thad. blovena himself. Tho internal roveuuo bill, just paeseu, is crowded with privato jobs. Tho Turilf bill, now under dobato, takes Iront thirty to forty millious from poor laboring men, to mako manufauturcra more wealthy. Homo oi its provisions aro obviously in tended to inercaso tho prices of stocks ol goods on hand, and others are openly ac knowledged to bo designed for political effect in Pennsylvania. Hitch corruption is unparalled, mid will bo followed by an unprecedented revulsion in polities. Wo havo givott tho iudietmont against the republican party somownai iu uotait , 1 but tho issues of tho next eleetiou may ' bo geuoiully expressed iu two phrases ; 1 the reconstruction of the Union and 11 juauc'ml icfinm A party tint emludet. eleven States from thu Union when wo have sacrificed so much to bring them back into tho Union; that legislates for monopolies and against tbo working elas ecu ; that augmouts. tho taxes aud spends thu revenue in jobs, uud that increases tbo tin iff in tlio faco of an tncorao of six hundred and twenty millions of dollars, cannot retain power iu this country. Conservative republicans oppiso it for its Jistitiioniuu; the Democrats denounce it for its corruption, aud even such ultraists' us Wendell Phillips indignantly repudi-! uto it, because it is turning its pseudo phiUrithropy to tbo basefct partisan aud pecuniary uggraudizemcut, Tho death of the Democratic party has removed tho only ehaneo of life which the Republican! party possessed. Much as tho peoplo. distrusted thu Radicals, it is impossible to deny that they had learned to distrust tbc Dtmoerals still more. Tho new Na tional Union parly which ts to bo organ Izcd at Philadelphia in August will ab f.oib the Democratic rank nud fitu, but will not inherit any of tho Democratic uupupulaiit). Besides this, it will bo strengthened by all that is good in tho j Republican organization and by tho Uu-I ion element from tbo .Southern States. I If properly conducted, it will sweep over tho laud like n deluge at tho Con;:icsbion al o'.cotious, drowning out all that aro vile aud pi. covering tho administration and its adherents in the conservative ark. Wo anticipate a popular uprising equal to that which followed the uttack upon Port Sumter, uud far exceeding that po litical revolution which t-watuped tlio cor ruptionists iu the Harrison campaign. Uitten by a Dog The Wonderful Had Stone. I'lom thu Attica Legor. One night tho latter part of lad week tib Dr. W. L. Ley-man, of this place, was makiii'.' a iirolcsioual call at tho house ofu Mr. Holmes, in Wnrien Couflfy, ho' was attacked by two ilogs uslongtug to the place, and while endeavoring to de fend himself fell, when 0110 of the don bit hint severely 011 tlio right arm. U11, tho Doctor's at riving at homo in thi:i condition, bis family became unoa-y, and thinking pel hap;) t he dog that bit him was rabid, urged him to go to Torre ifiiulo uud apply tho "mad stone" in tboi Tiocscsston of Mrs. Taylor of that iilace. i The Doctor had no fears whatever, and had always regarded thu stone as 11 hum bug, but tinally consented to go to satis fy bis family. On his aitival al Tcrru Haute lis proencded to tho houi'o of Mrs. T.i slur and bad tbo application of the Kline tiriJc. Th'' lady infoiinud him thai, if ho was bitten by a rabid animal tlio .-Idiio would itdlicio in thirty minute.-,. t Alice tluve hi. ni l of faithful application ' 11 failed to take hold, and Mis. Taylor1 announced, ;.a lliu Doctor had thought , from tin: litst, uud as all the eireutustau-' ci ) indicated, (hat Iio was tint bitten by a rabid t'o,;. While there, however, the Doctor witnessed tin operation of the 111,1 1 stone,'' nnd tdcaued such facts re-' e,julin,' it fiom reliable eiti.ens of Tet'te tluute, us to dissipate tbo sUciitlcitlli winch ho cjino-ioi ho had always held rcaardnu' the cfiieaey of thi-, ...tone as at. ' antidote lor hydrophobia, lie U'ot at' Mr i. Taylor'a a man tiotn llliiub, who had been biUon by u mad e.df, and to whom the tt . no udhoied for th'utccu Iijius, iJrawiti;' from tho woiibdcd part .1 glceuisli eoloicd inatter, whleli it liiiltd to extract fiom the. Doctor's arm. When lliu Mono Lu..ijj alltd wtt'i this llutd u yertiscd in one of them, aim thereby you phrrcd iu his I1.111.ts to sell, bythe Trcas was aoakc-J in wai in water for 11 tiui.-, ublaiucd a purchaser. Did you not V ury Departmcn, hut which bo used in wliui it i.utild adhere ugam atiinjsotb Vcry tru-, Major, but 1 paid tlireo the pntvhaae of cotton, xpcetin' to re wit I. original force. ' dollara for i:." I nlizo a largo pvottt 011 the htaplc)' This Dr. iiovmaii also conversed ffith u gen- i-And you made more than three bun- mu othcr cotton speculations of other tkuuu iu Indianapolis who had been bit- uted by it S'vw, if your neighbor had Government officials in that section havo tun oy Ull Uliuiiaiuiiiy rauiu uuj., "u ut.- not mallltaillcU tllO press, tttlU Kept It ed this stone with success. Mrs. Taylor, ready for use, you would havo tceu with who i.) an old resident of Terro Haute, out means to advertise our property .- , and known by the ctlneua ol that place Uub luaw your daughter's marriage n.- tlalve.itoii ami .Houston cities, Texas, uii tt lady of Worm and pood standing, tiee in thine papers, did that cost you havo increased in population very rapid statoj that tho stoiio lias been used in a anything V" ly since tho war. The former city had, thousaud ' eases, and liai never failed, ; So, but" , before the war, u population of about &,- She further iayt, it waa ouco applied to :i i..ud your brothur'n death with a long UUd ; uow, according to n recent-ouumcr-mau who had alioady gone mad from tho obituary notice. And the destruction of atiaii, tho population ol Galvcbton is near ell'cets of a bite, and while the lit was ou Vour neighbor Rign'a houio by lit',. 20,000 lloualou, asmall city ol'lietwetn him. Ho was entirely eured. ' Voti know those things nre osapgoruted live ami six thousand inhabitants, now Of tho history of this btone we aro not till tba uuthcutie atcouuts of iho papers numbers upwards ol Di.OOO. Tho tnidu fully informed. It has beeuiu tho Tay. tet them right." of the soulhwostetn cities is taid to ho lor families for eighty years piiat, und tao "O truo, but" equal to that of New Orloans, papula- account of its cures uie fimiliar to niosti "When your cousin Uphtsh wti up for tiou considered. 01 our roauers. iuo stouo is wuue, smoot:: uud bard, is about two inches in length, hall or three-quarters of un inch iu thickness. It is uorous, tbo pores bo- ing Htar-shapod uud running across the btoue iu Hues of perfect regularity. Tlio operation with it is performed by scarify-1 ; .1 - 11 .V 1.:.. I I....!.... ing iuo uceu near 1110 uuc, uuu luyiug y tho etono on. It never absorbs matter from tho woundod part unless tho bite be that of n rabid uuiwal. in tho process of absorption, tho mayer froiucntfy pass- cs entirely through tho stouo. 1 Wo uro indobted for theso facU to Dr.1 1 .i... ,.n .. ..I..,..: about this stono seem lucredible, but facts jjuyiuuii, whu jo Ttt.11 ""iiu un u piiyiu- utm ail bUCII IlllUg- Will uu i-'ucu ui, uut --.-v- -- e'--- clan of many year's practice, und a gen- tho printer boy, na ho spells the words W.UH 1,1 eight cents por pound, ia- tlemau of unquestioned voracity. Tho iu arranging tho typo of these sayiugs, L"S ,or, ""I;10 "Vg. Jt-wus the Doctor vo y truly says that the stories uiL rem: irk of vou 'Poor, meau d vil. Chester White bned. are stubborn things and ho is no longer morning, bqu'ro. among tho akepties. j , , , "Did you ever see an clephaut's bkiu") Mrs. Jenkins complained in tbo even asked thu master ofau infant school. ing that the turkey she had eaten at "I havo 1" shouted a six-year old at tho Thanksgiving did not set well, foot of the class. "Where?" iuquired "Probably," said Jctikina, "it was. not the teacher, amused by his earticBtucba. a hen turkey " He got a glass of wutci "On tin: tJ-jiAciif" waa tho icply iu LL face. Tie Printer aud the Press. Tim Printer I How 1 love them ! For what you'd hardly guess ! Lovo thorn for patient, 'hottest, toll, Tholr fellow men to bless. 1 Thoy falter not, though oftentimes, These poor mou go unpaid ; And cvoty lino tho sheet contains, is eout without our aid. How ignorant we all should be, Without thorn uiid the prci.i, To furnish, forViur famisbtd winds, A "Literary Moss." The printer, and tho press, (Jod bless them, day by day, Tor every high and noble thought They shed around our way. May wreathes of heavenly love entwin-- Tho i'ltt;?.) l.NVtN'roit's soul, While knowledge spreads from clime to a. ..1 .....1. i.r... .. .t. ....t r..i: ..III. UUIU 11WI11 JI7IU IU JIUM-. l.llUtl. LET IT PAHS. Uo not too swift to take o He nee ; Let it pass ; Anger is a foe to seu.'.o ; Let it pass , l'rood not darkly o'er a wrong Which will disappear cro long ; Rather siug the cheery song Let it pass I Let it pais ! Strife corrodes the purest mind, Let it pass ! As tbo uurcgarded wind, Let it pasa! Any vulgar toul.t ihit live May condemn without reprieve ; 'Til tho uoble who forgive. Let it pass! Let it pasa ; Echo not an angry word ; Let it pars ! 'J hiuk how oftcu you havo erred ; Let it pass ! Since our day must pass away Like tbo dew drown on the spray, Wherefore should our sorrows stay? Let them p-tss ! Let them pass 1 If for .'oud you've taken ill, Let it pasal Oh I be kind and gcntlo still ; Let. it pass 1 Time at last makes all things straight ; Let us notesctit but wait, Aud our' triumph shall be great-; Let ii pass ! Let it pass'! Lay theiu homely words to heart ! Let it pass ! Follow not the giddy throng; L'cttcr to be wronged than wrong, Therefore niug this cheery song Let it pass ! Let it pass I A Roadside Dialogue. "And so, Sijuire you don't take county iiai.er V the 'So. Muior. 1 itut tbo eilv nailers on' much better terms. 1 take a couple ot them." I Hut, Squire, the county papers often moic u grtat eutivuuicuco tuu. The' more wo encoutago them, tho belter tbc editor can afford to mako them." 1 "Why, I don 1 know un, eouvciiienco they me to me. "Tho farm ou bold last fall was ad- the Jjetslaturo you ajipjareu uiueu gral- iticd al his defense which cost him nolli- iug." "Yea. vch. but these thintid nro inter- eating to the leaders. They causo the people to take thu paper." o'u Squire Grudgo, if ull wero libo - . 0 '.. ... you. Now 1 tell yo,u, the day will sure- ly Como when Bomcbody will write uueu- l0gy ou your lilb uud character, and tho printer will put it in typo with a heavy black cut over it, aud with nil your rioh- Cs, this will bo done for your gravo as a muner. Your wealth, your morality, - ,. 1 ,, . .,, 1 - 1 ho is eveti sponging hie obituary.' Cood Josh. Billings HeJlHcu t4mt f Ula CorresBondence. , Pitmnt I kaut tell yew tho bust way tow briug up a boy; hut if Iliad oho that did'nt lio woll ouuff to suit nio, I think uow I would sett hi.u lo'tcnding a dri goods storo. Prubul'ly 'Otio uv thu best wavs tew brill ' un a bov iu thewav ho 1 should go, is to travel that way outsells j once iu a while. fcfill,'tlraiouiul 110 twro 'thing; 1 bav tccti'thcm brought up ua j kerftil ai a lapp dug, aud then go to the) devil Jist ax coou az tlioy could stiiku too right track. Aud the 11 agiti, l'hav suon them eomo out uv somebody 'd gutter and Wash up like u diamond. Raising boys iz geod deal like raising colt, lfyew ' uoti 1 get move tuati ouu out uv tou that j iz a fact one, yu urc dowiug fust rate, j 1 thitikl bud rather hear a mun'biag ou his immorality than on bis religion, ' 1., i.t n .,.. I. .....I nu ull.i. 1.:,, M, uo) uiuiii uiu sin 'Duty iz orio.uv'.tliem'tliiti''s that'C.ini 1 be described ; yu might as well undertake tew tell I10W a kisj tastes. I 1 think; (from actual' ex pcrieuco,) the ; happiest period iu childhood is when ' tlicy'huvo'just been spanked and got well lover it. I Do ut fail to fail tho thuios ov a pas Uiouato man; Imru him out ax quick at possible; smother bint, and 'he will hold urc lite a coal pit. Novel Snlti The Governor of Virginia is about'ta inaugurate proceedings for tho recovery of jurisdiction over I he couutics o$ Jeff erson and IScrLcly, wlncli, it will to re I mcmbcred' wero transferred to tho eoi ' distant Statu of West Virginia. ll is stated that ho has retained Judge Cur , lis of Uoston. to itssist tho Attorney 1 Ccucral aud Mr. Hunter in conducting 1 tho proceeding. Wo aro not informed j what particular course of procedure the 1 Governor has decided on, or to what tri I buual ho will address himself. Tho case j is a novel one,' wholly without precedcut tu this country. mow lork rows. A liiiickmaus Lecture. A Dutchman "ave a lomporauec lecture ! to Ins fricads and sai'd: " shall tell you how it vas. I put mine hand 011 uitnu head, aud there was von pig bain. Tfaeu 'l.put my baud' on mine pody nud there was anodcr. There vas very much bains in U mine pody. Then I put mine hand iu mine pocket, and there vas noting, fc'o I jineil tuit do tcuipcranco. Now there vas no more bain lu my head. Thu baiiu iu iiuhc pody vas all gone uw.ty. I put mine hand in mine pocket, uud there vas i?2l. Ko 1 thall stay mil the tcmporaucc." Wheat Uarvfst at the South. Tho wheat crop hay turned out much larger and of better ijuality in 'Virginia uud doorgi.i than wus anticipated. Tho same is trtto ol'tlfociQp in 0 is t Tennessee. Jito wasiiiugton correspondent ot tho .Cincinnati (j.itoile, toys; "Adviecs'from , alt parts ol irginia, aro that thu wheat ua to iiuantity, will provu superior in quality to the crop of any provious'jear siuco the bcgiuuiti" of the war. ! The (ioverutueut frauds at IftCHHhiS. Im.-.wi!,,.,,;.,,, ,..,.,i n 1,.. ,.:.,i.i hundred thousiiml dull.trs for which I Iio Ux-Coileetor at Memphis is a delaulter, ,t i- -;t ...::....... , ...i.:..i. cost tho Uovcrument twelve thousaud dollars. All dono in the name of loyalty. 'H10 PicciIhiciis Durcau Counuissioiiera for North l.'arolinu repoits that of tho otiU.OUO blacks iu tbo state, U.2IH nro rc cciviuir rations. A deercaso of 4.7M7 -ra til va ti-i tions is reported since the mouth. of May, value 8S,Uoi ii2. Oiie huiidrcd and nine- tcou negro schools are in operation with .,,J, Mhvti. i,HU caseo wero treated ,u hospitals in J une, S8 being small tpox. . , " . ,'. " T ! ,' ,, , bog .weighing 1,120 pouuds, wm V'"'? tlnlnicl at Lclleville, llliuois. Uo. WJ3 6-'VC Icet long, lour loot high. .mu k A lady -fixed 'the folUwiftg letters i the bottom of u flour barrel, and asked her husband to read them: 4,0-I C-U-U-M T." A Cincinnati ucgro lately sued a Judge of election lor icfusiiig bis vote, claim ing $1U,UUU damage. The jury gavefiiia one eiiit. UVlfll llllll. Illn iniMIOH lit l.irltl IL