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   Dixon Weekly Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1868, Dixon, Illinois                                 rrtUSIED EVERY WED!IESDAT AT IHson, l ee Co., SI.  O.  Bbitob un PBorBinoR.  g^t^Oítict oo» jroor We/t of B*ok, (ap tUirt.)  rrsRSi^s.  ine Yetr. in Aàrarit................ ^. |3 00  i.lb«ra] dedactinn made to Club«.  DEVOTED TO THE PRINCIPLES OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, UOME INTERESTS AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.  GENERAL DIRECTORY.  nallroad Time Table.  tillCAOO ANUNO ITIIWKSTERX RAILROAD.  PA<g«liGell THAIJrS COI»0 «48T.  Leave Oixup. Ar. at Chica)^  1> T..II Paiienger, dally......«l-J". m- 11:0'a. m.  O " ............S:.'>Ta. m. 1:0<I p. m.  V Iit.in " j>«'ly.......2:«« p.m. Ci.'iO p. tu.  f ,„ " ......ll:ftSii. 111. V.OOa. m.  »» laha Paii'ng'r Tr»'i Ually, (Muiiday'a Exci-ptird.)  PAMCifCKR TKilUg Ginxa WKHT.  Arrive »^t llixon. Leavr Chicago « liiiton Past«nger, daily....I:»»; p. in. M5 a. m.  iiiiiHh:i ........T:*'p-ra. S-JXtp.m.  Hi«,III dally....s:.V) p. III. 4:(i0p. ni.  I,.«a " ..-.H:4.'i M. III. 11:««tp. ni.  K>iiiiilia I'aHgenger Tral i r#.«ily, iS 'ii'lay'* Excrnteil.)  C. MfKKir, A);ent. ILLfVOfO CE.VTBAL »¡.tll.ROAO.  PAKriKK R 1 TM«I.Vi< «'IIM; KOCH.  paiKenai-r......il>:i' m. | Stock ........7:'>0p. m.  r«<ieu^cr......10:J.'p.m ] Krei;;!!! .......4:15|>.ii>.  Tn.%I3K GdlSO iOKTH.  r«PSfn)f«T...... 2:1 5 a. "i. ' Si-tck .. • a. m  l-fiKieiiger ____ l:-)5 p. m. | Kr l/Jn.....8:I0a ni.  \V. C. WultLLMY, AgL-Dt  VOLUME 1.  DIXON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1S68.  NUMBER 26.  mRS. W. BETHDIANN, M. D.>  PKXDUATE OF Oe M AT.l C 'LtEO», Ge>-«I man»-, te.KÍ'r» he' •« it ce« to the Jtm"'«» Dixun, "n reqairemeot. K- fldence at J. Treni e, • cria Street. 25.3ino  THE VATIOir^ PSAVEI.  DIXON COBXKT BA:«»,  Í.S P EPaKEi) T'» Kl KMá.í Mf.Sh,- for Poliilipl .« Vi ng-, Conierlß, -i-r-s:a<l-», Jcnic", F-'s-tiv iU, - d "t er >K-ca»KÍ>.n« wi.^re ti e «f ice" o( a  Ilaiiil iiMV wt 1 eqairwi. A-idre^a t>«e l.«->dH.  2J. Piof. J K. «» í«íT». l»i«o 1. III.  C. L. 8IfELI»ON,  C.N'S 111.  » TTORXEV A.VI» C C.NSELOtt Ai I.AW. Sterling, .1 While-ide > ount'  romt Ofllce.  « .il.S »RRIV«.  K i-I (' Io»« '! "»Il '>"."111 Cliic^iif • to the Eadt) V.^An.m. N.ii(i. . Kait. - -  ii..iit;i ami \V.-Kt......2:1.'. p.m.  MAILS CI.O.^B.  8. iilh. - i):4."> .■».111. W..!«!. - •12r-.iOp m.  \ ..th :inil Ka"! exactly at . . p.m.  f .i^t (CI'M»-«! "Mil fur flHcag') A ili • E.i.-.t) 7:l»<il>.in.  niaVit irli...... i1i.-part iin S lii l.iy.  irlic■• iipt-iii'at 7.:>ii ill the inoiiiin^i, a il eludes »: 7 ill III ■ n^-iiiij.', prvcÌ!*t ly  Ir.i'i l »Jtuur Stage leave» P O. at 2:20, daily, Sun-vxcepleil.  nns. HO&.I.ISTEB,  nESS-\UKI.\ti A.ND ALL KI.NUd OF NEI DLE  W r- , 8 . od « .1 cil <» ■ r h n at any o h <• hi.pi. h Wc-t. 8 rcalcaetak'U -hat ■ o »ork I t . iii- P iriC'.iii kte. K oma «, po-it-! t..e  15 lílon S fr, Mam S ., Ui\o  h'  il  .A  s. c. CAinrBEl.Lt  ORSE SIIOKIIA D KAItlUKK, opp .»¡te Illin i. Liutral B. K. Pepol, liemeDt Tow . 21  ^ ÈfÉvroLif A Biyanstsir,  .VKVS AT L.Hr. Opponile »'»it Office,  TTO  Oi.v- II, I iillil H. w. w. IjK WOl-i'.  21  r.fCKSB Pi Kser.  Com-n»II roüjicl!.  M ivnr—TIoii. \iwlrf.v Mcl'hiTr.i i. A i.r„i ti IM Wir.1-1 1«. W, !t.-.k.-r, F, i lî. ItaKer. » . l-rmaii 21 «'ar-l -0,:i M U'iu-. ler, A. ' . l'-irt. r. Al l rm;in War't,—I T. Ch> ii.-y, .1. T. I^iliinxiii. Al I. r iil-m 4tli U'.tr I,—.N'atli.ili Uiiil. i wooij, JumjiIi T. 1.1111-.  <'iiy Cl.-rk ami Tr.- i^i nr-J.Ayr g. CilV Mar-lial—1). . M. K' tit'V.  ^r^^•I)l\íi c.nlMH TKK l.icTH" <;.imiiiiit.-..- -.M rni-Il W iKKLKli, rmiTKK,  wn. PA!«KHIJUST,  D'MLEK I.V ko KIÎÏN A.VI> l»OMK¿riC FRUIT.«,  C'uiif cuuiieiy,'l<il> c'.'i, î-'^rK, 1 • Cr 'iin, etc., ti,il<-n' "! ri-ft. one (l'.ijr ii'Tlli «if .Maäu ic IJIock, Ditoii, illiiiuiii.  W  l'I  aUSTAVUS WliUSüH.  ATC .MAKE : AN JK v E ER. E«t I»! «li-il in 1^51. M sou c ltl»ck, Gal ^ a htre t. Kix n.  G. W. l'a.^.TAïPS,  1)liv.erci.v A.M> SL'l.-OKON—Orti e «>er B ä on 1.11- .Maiii ^ — e-iil- lice II I' ur.a slitet, n •■•rly ■ r 1 h»; I II on I html hi>u-*'.  MAXfFC.vT. . Kl  N t.-*, CMitci Mi  «HO. D.  KR "I lljinen .Sul l-ri, «i»<l Kly-liii alili 1' lia g r t;ts, 1>1.\<M1, III.  If xi>« <«■!>'» ... ' 'I H M  K T. LIT 1 l.K, UM:« Kii.....' ■ i  P .lIll.C I l'I'l-i - Al I H'Ml 1  Ti;r____y, i i:..... 1 >  It.-ok r. ..C ■ n .! ■ . 1 k.T, l.ilt •■, W 1 : ■ . r.  II).Ml U I li-r-..- • p !. ' ; r.  Initiée—Ai I -T.Il •;. 1' >.:• ■■ , ..«Li  ■—.\l'l, rincli (-'liK.N •t.f lin S.vfitá mill H, UiiiiiN.so . l'iiH-  .1 Ml ■ iTTi.K, l'iirii r, .,,.,..1—Vlilerimii li.i-  ; C l Miiii!t>---A|.|. r-  ... . "^i 1' ivulk oni-1 lit a ni li.ike .  UXKVKV  JL'i<Tir"E OF TIIK l'KACK, C'HIV yaiici-r, and < ol-leciii;-' îi n , .Main .f' let, Di.soii III.  I)  AV. II. & J. SMITH,  K M.KIl? n Or .c li.é au . l'r vis.o .s, .Mai l Mree', Itl.M.II, III.  lifo Cínialy «»îîl'.îcrp».  J 11 irciit C.in-tl II. W. Ile l'on. .1 ni.'«.'' '>1111'.V <' "iri — ;liiM. W. \V. IK-Wolf. Cl cuit Cl-r —:ii. rij uni K. .<ii,.iv. C 1 iiily Cl- rk—.1 mn-í Il.iwl. y. C i iiily l'rcii-t iri-r -.1 isi iili T. Little. C ■ii ity ii i'i-y'ir—W II. .Mo.Maliaii.  iiM-ilf —rr'im II. L. l'ratt. Hii|i' ri iti-ii li;iit SciiDiil-i —.laim-n II. i'n-ston. C ir.) i r —ll.irvcv liirrillc.  Hiiii.-rvi.^i.M —N c Ell«- nl-i, Aml.Mv; Oiiniit ran-y, Allo; Il-Il ry Illy. Asili on ; 1). I. Ilirris. ItronKlyii ;  I a llri vv. r", Itr nir.inl ; .loliii M Crawf.ini, Cliiiia ; 11-iv .1 W. liy, Dìmiii; E I a .1 K i 1. hat Cr..-,.-; .1 I iji-s l'.iriur, llirinin; Uiiniicl II.ivcii, llaniilliiu ; C'ias. i" I ivalU. <\-nter; Wm D.ilan, .M.iy ; Alfri-il WiIimM, .Mariiin ; .laim s \. ls..ii ; .li,i|ii L. L.iril, l'.iliiiyia ; i (.t-r MilH, .:. yiiiilil-( : Joiiailn n P.-t<M < m, Ili-tn-; II.Miry U 1. S mii li nivii ; JoliTi  II ir^M iiMi, Vi'la ; W ssou lluHini, \\ illow (n i k Lcjter llanliii^', H'yomiii;;.  WILLI.V.TIM & :»IOlj.SSE.VI',  jy-^VLK .s in Cr o.-ciifá anil l'r vision , .Main ä rei't.  A  i\<-n. III.  J. A.  TTO NF.Y AT LWV ani Ju.s ico of tiie II,mil III 1 at • i-t lli^oii, I I.  I'i;ac<',  %VIM.IA.n S.IIITII,  l>AKK • AM> CO FKCTIO El:, .M in 1) I) .Mill, II'.  [The filio wing poem, vrittea by » yoang ladjr of Nwr y<wk for ft f at-day •ervlce, Aral appeared ia the New To>k J\ut, Angaat 8, 1864. It* wurda M«-ia proph« de. Ib ▼i'-w .f th* ematag «Icetioa of Qen. Grant v ib* next PrM-4eol.|  father, t<» Thy fh nni «•"eoding,  Llat the Na-f -n'a prayer to Thee : W Ih their hea t- and micei blending, Goo^GBasy—VicroBT I  We have >nffere-l, O « U' Faih' r, * 11 the g e t CIO»«, Liberty ; No-v We cime to th«^ f -r aoccor— God—OaaVT—VicTOBT !  . Vacant chjiiri nre.l'i o ir hotiitrhojdf, * Vac-m -lie i»«ar«ch day «e ie«. That in anguiin "rten whi.pcr— God—Gkast—VicTOKT !  r.fhtr, reT' r Irt baae t s'tora  I:i thi»<'ÌJiiid""f brave and freei Rui - o' r those whoiie heart« are aaying— GOD-OBAKT—ViCTORT !  Th 'stoThee ou'p'areria riiiiag—  ThM ire humbly c»mt to Thee, Aiki-.j; Thi-e in hroUen aconiti — Oop—0«A«T—VicTaRv!  l'ut 'f Thou w luiiNt longi-r I'sien,  W. 'II submit our «II to The-, Kii'iwi.'g Ilia' ill I i«g»oi p>-a«.ire, UoO will gra it ua ViCTonrl  Then, wh n this dread airife ii over,  A!t tiie dav «I p ace we * e, Wi^ ihall k ep o ir .'ountry'i irat< bword-G D and Ukast iind Victokt !  girt'i't.  I) lì  J. II. U'OOOU'AK»,  KALEIl il Un, Fecil ani I'ro. is ouf, s îfc-', Di ujii. 111.  Main  «¿KEICM'-IIC!..» A: TJIO.Ul»SO.\,  '•' Xl.Elf.'ä in Cor. Lim". Ce n -.it S.il . an I l'l,i-t. r-iii'r lliir, liutai ami .Vorth Ui«i..;i Dp I-. D^.v.'ii, III.  novcriimnnt OOIccrm.  Jimi'mL. C.i;n|) l'.xt .M.istej.  A. I. I'iiikii 1.11, L'.iileil ¿latc.s Assistant Assfssnr Tiiir I 'i^tiicl.  W. M iL Wil^wirlh, Unitdl States Dcpmy Collector Tiiini District.  GOODWm & WI».I.IA1Ä3,  t ITO NEV.S AND C0U.VSI':..L01!.S AT I.AU', Dix \ Uli. 1 lümi s. (if:i)ii(;K I'. liimmviN.  M. II. Wii.Li.ois.  A^K  JOHMT V. SUS TASE.  rroJVKV ANI) OCN.SKI. O : AT LAU', Oflice in  \clian-.'L- Itiock, Dixon, Iliinoic.  eil II rcIiCN.  M. E. C'irRcn—O. K. .Sr .•■iiiruuìk, l'aitor-  ..i/.-fir .S ili)>;i...............--  S I'I'I l.V ï^i'lioiil al til».; cinsi* of  -l'nliiíi"  Si-rvice .'V-ry Silili.ilii at 11:1KI o'clock a. m., a il ai 7-.;J.t o'cl'ick I" m. S lo'l ly .><'-liool ai th.,- clo ll'ití inor;irm.' servie;. Cl is^cs ni' ot on Wcliir.-.lay afti rnooii. Fri lay .'ViMri an.l on .ShikIhv hoîli iie-f.irc a-nl if ertili- ui>rniii,' crvice. Y ■un.' i c'pl.-s' Dl -ftin;,' .S iiiil.iv eveiii.u' at G;:!!!. C^il.ir.ris' iiiieliiiK W.;.! 'es l iv .-venin^'al '):mI>. (i ;ii. r.il iiravor m'-ctin;.' Weil nos,lay i-vi-iii at T::í'. Lailie.s' prayer iiu-tl in;.' Ki i I 'V afièrnmil it :i;0 ' «t. ili" l'arsnna^'.-. .M niilay attcriioO'M, rail-on tli - l'amor. I lu-sil y afii-ii'.onx, calls on tin- l'as oi'i iviff. Mili- So.nciy iii.'i ts once i I tivo W'-i-s.s on M i'i l.iy ci-f lin:;. Liilics' .Si win;; Ciri-li; iiie.-H i. veiy Tiiursilay at '.¡.OO p. mi.  Lur.lK 1 !.>< Cni:rti-M-i;;:-.- A. A Tiinii-i: l'astor — M irnin.' Servi,:.- ev,M-y S ilihalli it ll'.H.I a. m., mm.1 at 7-.il|i. m S ilili Ith .S-Il loi ut ',•:.( ) a. m. l'rayer jieetin,' r.'iuiv '..«y Kv'- of e irii Hei k at 7:nll p. m.  lUiTisr <;ili,-iu- i -1. Il i'mrr. l'ist..r.- S.rvi.-e everv Ili'i I'll It M:'") a. m., ami at T:nn p. ni. S.ili liif.i .-^o'lDlal li: !> p. 111. l'.ay r .M,vlin¿ every T.iar.s l.iy eveiiin  P KSllVrKIll »N CÎIUMUM—K. C. .'•■»•KKI.S, l'.isfor.— Si'.'mil -ervices, lil::M a. m., aiiil •. m. S liliali.  Sîii'il. li: I'm. l'riy.-r uni lin,'. W, il i slay eveo-io..;. Vo 1114 |>.Mpl-s' iiueli:i.', Si:iir ay, î;''it p.m.  Cv iim.n; C iintrii — Un. Liomtnkii, l'as oi.—Si r-vi.- s lin llie i I ani li Ii S t¡i .ay <if e .eli muith, at II o'cl K'k, a. m.  .'^r. hi t; .'.s I'j'i--;:..!-u. <'ir,';c;i, —m l ly ser-iees tt! II a. 111., ani 7 p. m. KjV. .»hi. II. Willi.ims, ilecl'.r  I. o OF o. K.—M.e We.-kly in their II ill over ll. r rl k k *V il-.v Hill's ¿lore —C. V. l'eiLieV, V. (.t., J K. il Miiin.'io.i, N. (1.  KaiK.viis.m- Lm»;-:—No 7. A. F. .t A. M . Dixon.— li.ir 'II' etiii;4. T i ir-, l.iy M . HI. .1 IS. A. Il i.vl y, •  (f tvNii \in:v '.tKfl-iii.ic -^le. l.s every ."îitiir.lay. al 111 .r il lil, •>v-r K. •voo,rs ."«tore. .\..l. I'iiikliim. »ost Co nii'i.iii.ler ; C. C. Itiirr, I'ost A.ljiilant.  EoTwEEYlIEi  EDS At.!. & Cn/VBTREB.  iTlOíNüYá AND riii:.V.<EI,0;:S Al" W', Di.v-on, Illinois.  JA.s. K. KflS.vLI-. JS'o. CR.\1IT1!KK.  WAVE ^Ifir HOUSB.  \T N. W. R. K. n I'OT, Conven, lent to 1. C. R. R. Depot, Di.\on, llliiioiti. I.s open at •-■11 times for (lie accoinnio.lation f the ti-.-iVelinj.' puldic.  I'. OiiK.VKV, .Ik., Proprietor.  A  & tTBATOir,  TT >: NKYS AND COCNSMJ.OltS AT  Odiee ■■'>■!• I'list O/Iii-e, Di.xoii, 1ÌI.  w:i.i,iAM iiAiti;K.  LAW.  DWIOirr tlKATOX.  JSHTT A. XÎVXTBR  iTTOK^K.Y AT LAW, 1;-; itamlolph slrett.Clii-I ca;.'o, 111.  HI 03D7,  '1IIEMIST AND DitUOCtlST, oppi.site Jones & Dil-lull's, corner Main ainl Hennepin .streets, Di.xon,  II.  ..n ..r lief .re f ill of th.-. M,, \V. C. Ao'lrus, c  Z.BB CO. 17ATZONrAX< BAMK  Ok Dixiix.  /lAI'ITAL, flilO,ftlMI, ivith pi-ivii.-ire of inrreasinjr »o I I if-.Vl.tl'iO IMiiKi-Tiiiis:—I. «. Crawforil. S. Williams, \V. II. V.ui Eiijis, L. W P,.iiKroy. .1. A. llaiv-li y, S C. K.-lls, .1 i-i:ili Little, Jr. Collectimis niaile 11,1 promi.tly r.initteil.  Jiisn'ii CiiAWKiiKn, rresideiit.  I. C. E li.s. Cashier,  ■liiilN Cni.KMAN, Ass""! CasliiiT.  JA1S33 a. panaTONr,  Ol'NTY Sri'KHINTKNI) NT "K .«rilíil)'Í5. Am hoy, ! ee Ci.iiMiy, III. n tli- o ti e ev r,\ ur-l iy, or tile examin timi of teac ers an 1 the Ir insar-i in ol sM,-li-it 'er n-i ess as p. r aiiis to th ikities ■ I tile ,ill¡i-e. Ollice hoiirn 'rom 'J a. iii. t-. 4 p. m.  Ueeoilectioiis of Celebrated Au-tiiei^.  KY jANt'AUY ^KAULE.  Lifigli Hunt.  limit i> ^o w li kti 'wn t» all wli'» lovi' liiuratii e ih t Ik; h.-inHy iK-<.'il> :t itirmal iii lod .< t,<>ii (<> nur l'i-aiifis. \Vf ull lo k Upon iiiiii ns a i|i'li:¿lit ul ait'l lM-li)xe I iri'-ii ralht-r tliaii Hti a(it!i r. Jt i.s his fharac-t'i Lsuo to b kiii'i iii't L» -am it'iii in ail liial m'i-r-, »•! I'il' iinural i;o »<I Ilt'-.S ofllKsIl u t •>V,'rl1.>»V ■! l!l ili-i  ^e.lîellc^'s Aviih ih« ln'-fiin's.s an I ■ iewy svv.;c'lii«'>.i of tlie inorninj^. Il li.vo nx n ami n; tuif, an.i aiwiìy iiM-k.-" Mil ill • Im iihIìI an i li ipeCuì ¡»i I. of lliin«;!í. Ile has u wonl of eii-rOiir Igt niviit fr tiiu »lespo.i.lin^i, ftiiy I'm- t e iiiit'H i u.i.,te aii'l t'.t^ iin-li i|i|»y, s >i rovv fo¡- the son-owf anil n fiffUL- hospitable love f »r all. Ills »'S^ays, hlie tli/Wcr-beiis i.i a g-ii-ilv n, wli.ch u «11 no. bale their .»weut-t, arti n;'lolenl of ihi.s line .«yiiij» »thy ; and tliey are so «Inei t and conti leii-tiul thit we t:>ke to tiieni -is t ) !»er-  .-iiha! «.•oiinniitiiC.itlons. llis intellect  W..9 n- t ot l!le hlollest, bul it \V:ts built u¡; int » .-i.it ;y projtortions ; a d it it tlid iK't ."t ikti tht; I'oofs <»f heaven, it ieacii«-ti ihe dwdliiig-jil.ic.e «>f tlio rainbow, antl \v i.s iil.i-ininateil by its colors and radi.-inee. He w.-i.-i t'mlowe.l with a raie and piiwer of vivi I conue|>tioii ami  I i-|»re.-<fi.t tHon of character wnh re.il tir.iiiiat c facii'ty, uiui an admirable uit'l oi ti'lin..ç a>t'»ry wvlliii ihvnie,-i>  li .s liiuiiiti .xiory j>roves, Hj wnie-», :ii miles,' b >ih , ro-e and |»oety wiih ih.i li'.^litest and airiest jien tli.tt ever cri-iik.-d Uj>o:i |»a|ier, lie tells yuu a I :ib nil h HIS. Il It" lie is m-ik ii^ an himself an,I his subjeet ; and  II a |MU-in, ill n yoii inii>t, k-iow the miii(ite>l {».inlonlars .-m I ihi' la-t ^e-  snd a great number of translation» from the Itali-in.  In 1847, Qaeen Victoria» p^rhap^, an an atonement for the p< rsecutu nis hu hHd endured fiom lier iincU, granted him a peimion of one ih :»ml (loliarM a year, wh'fh. added i«> hii* ttMiutnnd H year *ihich ^l^•l'e> ^ett'eil on liim, mtde hun t«i1i-rabty .COIIIfoi table ill lllH l itter d iy<>.  lie w.is tail ill ]-er.«»un, w th dark hai aoJ eye-, and when ire s iw him i i-t, which in 1806, he waü ^tili VK^of lit and h iodiwime, a'th. ii^ i his h I r which Ke w-.»re pitted in the middle, w iA then an iron-^ray. lie re.s ded in a very preUy eottaiie, aud his littfe f ont jírir.leii, as niiuht hive heen expected was tuli «if H »wers; .iiid the pwsjelitnbed uji to his sit-inî^-lo^m Window^  51»-, 11II i t, upon the oncn'* ow "f our list \i-.t ju«it alluded t<», hi I imbti he«l h's OM Court Suburb," iiid a «•opy of it was lyinjjj «>n lit • tab e in two vnîinne.s. Al uding t«i i\ We hop« d h t il Would reabze id'ii I hiiid.<<oiiie proHt; biith ? said: "'.Vo. f never ra k.* anyihin«» by i"y bo >k . I a'li ii..t a hu"=iness iii.iu iinfo-tU'i a'"Iy,'ind it P'tpiires one to bp a keen « iciiler f.>r his nw i r'lihts if he is f» be MIC M-ssful wi h these w.»rld-ta-nn-us braiii-iiick-rs, Th<'y usually iT' t my tMipyrij^hts for a 1 «-Id 8ong N '::r!y all my c ipyri'.h^ h ive ç • •<• »»o il me fo* a nies< of potla'je." We Were acc-mipa iied b»r a I t-ly, W lO W IS celeb ated for h--r b »:i'ry ev.-n H L n'o'l, ami she w is an eiith iti  teli him what the lady h id 8aid,when he imuiedialcly aro.«e and went towards her wiih t'^aiH in hi'« e^e.s. " Pardon me, dear mad tin," h i said, " and allow me the h »nor ot kissing your hind." The kindnes-ofihe speech, the pre>enee of the man, and all the hi-^t >ric à^sociaiions connec'ed wnh him, fairly ovcrcam -h r, and his lipH h id ncarcely Kft l^r iieaut fnl tiu!{ers when -he th ew h- r 'elf upon his neck and w. pt al-oid. Tnerii was no nueiie, however. Th.-euihuoi.iMH noori fmb«ided iuta a c ilm. and we left, leaving b hni I n and t iking away with us a good de.ti of geuuiue love.  n  ;isi c admiier «f Mr, linn", wh > I't ally seemed tog ow }0ung aga ii in lier pr ^ence.  He w'as diessed, wo well remember, in a Ion i iiiorni i^ ç «\vn, an I 8« t vi'iy gr.iuefiiilvr in his o I a'in cht r, ■^m n/ evei'y now in 1 h -n v -ry a I-inii iii'jly, we coni I s e. upon the -u-piirb w iiii-iii l>,'fur,' h m. Pi-esen'ly  ■i i ttf liii'l « t n i di>liiní i'ito th • lo.mi, 1 ke a lit le fii' v. íShh id o i a while trock, and a b'iie sa-h miind her w.ii t, and lur n g ¡t ik í h or .•stream-I ov.M- hi-r m I k and ..«hoit!-dets, m ki.i;ihM- ro~y fiee, il nin n-:ited by a pair of da k \Ye-l In lluli eye.s, as pr. t y a pictn e .-i^ o le (tmil i wish to see. She i)..u i le i Up lo h r grandpapa, nu l c imbel n • m hi-« knee, ani be:í.in t» pit his pah-eheek and love h in in li'-r iree, aillent, chill-like w ly. Sh • to'k no m-tice of us at ti st.a- if-he we e qu t n«.ed to Svie vi it r-. a i I d d i t m i 1 th in it ly liiore î!i u a - w 1 h t-. e iiiill'ieii so nuny •  IIij|it>ofty c ires>ed h-f, a id th n apolog:z.'"i fur Iter intingi m ; but ihe lady w.is dedghte i wnh ihe chdd, and was soon e.xcell.-lit fiii-nds w ill her. She w is ih ■ e d -si dmgh er <.f his eldest >oii, Thomion Ilm t, l ow edit tr of ih- Sprrtittor. (J-an 1-niamina Wn t^ a b •••k," 'he ai I at la!>t, :in I .M . 11 int t >ld h !r t • g-t one out i-f 'h.' I brary, whit h h-named ; an i'O >he 11 ••-v ont of ib room. Il w iS a very 1 ttle inci<l -nt but we CO ,ld not h -Ip thinking ili it It w.i!* a Very tonciimg an 1 po -tn; <1 one. The little girl'.-* love for ih • dear old man struck us a> d -li^^hd'i , .iH it was displ »yed in th.it <latk room. NVt- 8iW h -r a«.; tin hefor« w • cn-t of h > heroi-s. Tiere are de- ! left, standing on a liltle gret-n kfll i si-r ¡íiiie pa^s.-iges in hl» )> »ein»- which : oiitsi-le ih • «loot-, in ih" g trden at 'h 1 nnght ch I i-ge an L iz.beih .ii to ex- j b ick o;' the hou-e. She was >o ; 1 11 ; uni liere^ and ih -n-, are gems id :ii»d aiiy, «lie ini^ht have p-iss -d lo  J. B.rfli^a^  '\F.IN IÎ.) 'T.-< and shoes, Mai i street, op-/ posile Q.nUer City liloek, Dix .n. Ili.  & CO.  \RALE;t-= IX C,::AI , Li\r-"., COAL, IMDK.I, ,to I f nixon. Illinois, »treet .\rcli.  onice on.; block cast of Tliinl  smsmiBi: r»» A  ll3:):rjlican tou.ity Papor.  NAO^aSA HOUSB.  AST KE , opposite Court II .use, 1 ii.ove Hotel is situ iteli i 1 the most beautiful  OM.Y I-OI:r CE\TS A n EEK  —Ku:i- !  lu {Í i in;; Literalure ;  • Wl'  Information fo.'  A 2 an J Farm.  r» V t il to t!i- il ter ss ,i! 'he Uep ^lili a'" I'.t'tv, the 11 ilt.t .I> H'll O.I ill I f ir nel p rsisteii expo ilion f 'le- lai Us tli.il p r-y • th confi.l n •• a ni sni.p .rt f v,- » ,a ri-, c eil zen. It is 111 •  0 il i/. I i 11 w I e , asa pirlv resene I the cmin ry fr m In-asoi ni siv il t foui isMip i m. ami l.y virili..- ( i s jii-t I il Imin in n i cpie is the only pirli t, at c II seca e the vij'or es .nul pro erve the R-liuUl c. It ist- tin. p meii.l.s ■( t e ll, p li icin r.t ty to -l iy. nn-ler ivhai ver nam the- may i • th • u lire lie kn •>vn, lh«l t,,e pcopl.' must look f'.r Iii) riy a-.J p oie, t on.  I'»i,if illy !iw ire of th ■ corr iptim that r'.ots in b 'th Ili h an.l lo»- paces aml beli vi,.g that it is .1 fa ill aiiil i-eo! me I r.t O' T (nil partie , (thou h h'Ui (1 to concia e in-re p e-aient 11 the D-m le alio raok-.i the llrillVLl» will never ti e io • xpos n;; tile evil where- er it m ly .p;.eir. The i..rair- ot .t Iree p op e, Iro.ii the lenst c >m n i lity t ■ the greatest, are 'le>e v-iili the ailininisnation f w-riliy, iiiiri>,'ht me 1, a il iiMt-'id of elamnrini; M^' iiist debt atnl taxation, let oÜioM 'h eve^ b,- l)-.n.l -l, an 1 .ct t ie blh.t be ca t  1 r ine ' lit char«-ter as w II a- .-.hiliiy. The (» "p e ra 1 iifor I f.ir value recei-eil to pay b t.xJili ..i ih ir ho est debts, but not t > «uppori knaves and dron. ».  Xo man sliouW be without a County paper, ami Every Citizen should be wllilu^ to help support one.  DIXOX WEEKLY HERALD, : 00  Immorility i i it' va'iou» shape" 1« the bane ■ f every om oiini y. and houih n t i ng bu' the pro ■ . i* d millen um may «1 ness its tot ¡! rra Hcation, the influ nee ' f 'be Press a "J th- Sch «! may do m.ic.i to count ract i g evil «••rkings. E,luc.iti-.n is ihe prc.it shaper of men, and ihe Common gc.iool and he I'lVKs are tnosf m srht educ tor> f-.r g 'od ■ r « v I. By cucfily eXi-lnding all ihings of an ohjeciion "hie eh'ra t r and co-i»tantl. Ubo ing by candid »no judicious tr atinent to s»,e f om in-ein;.eraiice and I'a a' oci te vice» ihoge-xp .»ed t > i s tempta'ions, th-IlEllALD h ip 4 to cur y into t ;e ia.ui.y lUe BJoal refining and elevating nfluen -■•.  The DIXOX IIEK.VLI) is a new paper, establishetl in February la.^t, and om»rs equal iuilucements to any C Jiintry paper for patronage. S ibscrlptioa, per year, ; : i $3 OD  íüin' « ju lgmeot. d entereiVd pit i  ,I ñ l,"'Pre.iden . ni» habits- f ret cence- n »1 ^^ . ^ ^¡^  decl i-anong . f «^l, 4 1 r n Ipl a. H, wil  brine to the hi.h offij.. to «hich h.- i» v tuillj ch -en  fh'Äe ' * »'"i^ " " - " " ^ '  li ra-id. and th . re.pect d of a | (,(. f„. « u too noble and compete It a m n t • be r. y „¡n le' i VMce President of a ge t Oover.fment: r.-] on gr«nde«'»nd pu eat I rinciplea. ' ""  Tl^ Her iW, one yeir, : : j $ 3 oO six miDths, : . . 1 00 Clabs of Ten, one jear, : t : 15 OO  p.t h »S w ii. h tl.ish an 1 weep m hi-i lines like ihe tears id" sm'rowf' 1 and Oeieaved women. No'' is he w.iiit-' mii III tr igic power and t If . t, nor i ili htintor nor un ; and as acii le, h  is n'»l ]e.*.s thinll.zhlt or Chules ; Lamb.  lie is a (juaint and dainty wtiier , as to siyle, whii h he luoileie l after I the ant <pie ma^t' rs of Engli.«'h lit« ra-iure, ii.- is nil); e of a niorab-ít t!ian  nart of ti.eeily and uinler its new m n.aL'ement o(T- a pill 0^i>| h 'r ; altllO Igh he II iS 'at-:is superior iniliioem.iits to ci i;;ens anil the ,,.,,,.,.. ,1 ,,,. , ,1, v •.nl /..«ut. iKn i  „j.|,„l,lie. CilA.s. V. TkxNKV, Proprietor. ; t' 111pt. U lllflap(-y-Ic-, all'I COIltflDUt-  C'l one book, ai le.tst, to the servie, • of mental and re ig oijs fu'ogress. 11 • i-, in fact, a Iiteia'y ar'i^I—t pioph-i-t an i I reach r of ¡he beautiful t> a dead, m'lt lid Worid.  lie W.IS bo il at Southgaie, near L.iid m, Oit. nnli, 17Ö4. Ills fith:M WIS a cler-^yiL'ati, a ii:.t«ve of th • W'est lodl' S. lie w is edueat-d at Chri^t^s iIo-p!tii, where Coleridge and L.mb, h s 'b-.ai'csi f ien Is, wre  i>R. xxAnna.  ,, S V.'KK ', Dixon, lllioiii--.. Ofli-e in Room  Ì form.'liV ocrni.ied by ' ortozo Wood. Ksq., aipl on  .ai,i-lloor\vilhG„ >l»vin A vVillii.ms. Atty's at Law.  p A' EN.* I I  \I  A.  XNl'KA TH KR oK ltd.  AND SlinK.S, Ga-.south '.f Main.  leiia street («-et:! sidel, tivo doo,"  w. J. C A XF -i CUT 3R, I  IKU'llANT T\IL0:. Forei^-n and Domestic; M Cloths. Cassimer. s, Vesti and Gents' Furnish- . i (: Ciooils, cheiifier than the che»|)e.st. Agent for j inv -'s Si vviiu Machine. Galena street, tliree doors -on h of .Mead's liook Store. I  lile I le.isaiit and childl kt? geniii-'of ih.i poet w ihmt niiich dilficiiliy. \\\ laik-'d of ihiiiiís that mu-t have b.,- -n al;no-t Woiii oiit t.» tile poi t, .ilihounli 111 trii h, h.» <p >k>' of ih ■oí, toi- in,, >hare, with i:reat fre li ies» nnd origiii iliiy. Sin h, forin^tlnce, w i> tllj lí_yr -ii au.l S:i.-U y ihe o;.», an I h • was never wsary of speakiuir td' ihe l.itier, w;h » w.i-, ¡n realiiy, the be^i trien I he ev r ba l. It will be le-membered ttiat Alr. Htl t W »>í0,ie • f the ^'pect!^t ^rs who saw ShellevV  [Correcpnndenc« of tbe 41U Califurnian, Juoe 13.)  Tlie Yu;ciiil(e ValUy.  These magliifíuent growths known t > ihj l .'aïue 1 as tho Óetjuoiu Ui</<m-  ttUf arj a lOUt -it luiles »p tiie (n.»ufit ins, Uli ihe ri^ht of the M.»-  ripos.i trail, and can only be r.-aclied by t liiiug tile branch trail at Clark's. Th y aie well wuilh seeing, and are gemrally vi.-ited by the Vosemite ir.ivelei.'*. Tlie g»ove l.'i ^cllle<c'<l ¡.long over an extent of wix miles or more, and coniprL-^es about mx hundred acies. (Jf ihe-iv lb * Urgest is tiie"G.izzly (iiiiii," which i» UI2 f. et il c.icumt Felice, --0111 siand« «luite alone in us grizzle.! au I sav.ige d g.iity. O.hers >lan.l in groups of IW..S and tinees, over rolling slope» and sharp muUi.tiin spurs, hearing, tor ihj mo>t part suoh ab:Url ani m.ila iro.t names as the v.miiy or >h ill"W.ie-s of c.isu:il visiiwr.s ap-pe.ir.-iti h tve .si'gg s ed. E.v-Duk • Gw.n and odi'-r polit e il ceiebniie» have left ih ir n mjs b re, only to bi ■»uoceedetl liy otiK-r and l. t-r st;irs. Of the n:lm•.-^ bi-stovied (or th i-re w .0 are yel livi g, hi ino-t aj.propri.ite W is licit of a siiirdy, ^h ip< ly reso-iUe-o>kiiig tree, neailv .»n.- hundie l feet amuiKl, called *'Grini." O c..nr.->c, W.ishiiint 11 an i Lafiy^-tte .ind all the early tvo^ tires of Amei'-ican Li.-.tor\, are repi e-eiile.l in li.e nomenclaiuie of tili grove, bu Gr.ices," " liro h r t r-,''  an.l such like, arc- |'i<diMely .scalier« »! around Willi the Cj li..'iiieral t ties o p-iiiticiaiH. T'li; aver tile liit of .he .M.inposa tr»-cs i. about '2óü feet and I here are ihree or fo.ir which e\ ceed ]U0 leel in t-ircn nf-M uoe.— •Sea; tere.I anion ..-t t les.i g, mt» ai-e niim"io;is «ndiii ry piiu-s, I irir,-enou.ih to atir.ict at enti n aii^wh.ire else, b it In Jjtou-ly dw i fe I bv com-parisoM Wiln ii- x:isi c ml Ú is . Í" w.»o I and bilk «^h,ch seem t'> Miji-poitlhesky. O le .se. nis m be ii some grand cath -dial, arch ' I and fre ted wnh vern.il "ti ;u;eiy ovethea.l and i>let| III lon^ \i^tls ùf inigiity columns whieii l.a lawiy in evt iy direction. T.ik ng one of th.-.s'e uiants separately, .t does n-.t ap.iear ovenvh "I ning i i .sizj bee i isj "oiie loses ilie idea that it is a t "ee ; seems more hl-e s »me faut isti; eii.rmity of unknown origin. Tue ti link, vei"^ ¡ vety w.ih brow.I buk, or so irre I i w.th tires and ^to^nls, ri.-es in i.-s ive an I o n.»a-i as a i Ii ;y t m m m i lull, wliile abo\e ih • ' rui^^'e I an-giii.-ir I r inch.-s strngjrie wTidly oüt lg liii-t ilie sky. S » h I ve th y Hruj;-.iletl f r a Ih »iis.-in I ye ir.s' deiyin.r tenipe.sl, h lii and siunf. So wi!) t tev >t II braii.|i<h' their . arms ab »ve th'e mountain tops, when the m-n whose f eble names they bear f r ilu b. ief 'nonn ni, sfj ill h ive i>een f n-^iott' n in he diisl of ages, fh -M 11 ipos.i G.i.ve IS iiiuiude.l in th • g aiit m:ide to tin« ."tile tiy ihe .t o lal Co iL-ress wi li tile Vo.Si mi e V il ey, th Mi_h ih trees ami valley are i.i t in Ciiide.l in ihe sa ne Haut. Tiie tr.'e.s ire iii.t n .vv in tbe c< uniy wh >se name Ihey bear, but are in Fresh !•», t!l u portimi of .M.trip.IS.1 n ivi.i^ been set tf from ihj oriLiinal c m ity, so ne years since. Galen Claik, of lije  feet at one leap, is a terrible thing to lot k at. Thtisevund or mitldlu i»t ige of the fall is almost nnseen, except fiom certain points, but the lower iail of the cataract, rix hundred feet high, is grand and faseinaling. Around ils bape, among the lolly pine* wh eh ^h it it in, are now huge D.mks of snow twenty or thiity f'ivt deep, under which tho water runs in rapid to^ents, set n at tbe ba.«e8 of he circular pits, wh ch are *mtlted around ih ' gieat^ trees wh ch grow up thr«-ugh the snow. One never Weaiiei of gazing Upon the giant force if the ur.-at fail of the Vosem-t''. jSudlenly plunging over the • tizzy clilf it seems to fail out from the ^ky, and, in the va^^t volume, or detached in duwn-flying rocket?, it précipitât s itself upoa the rocks and snow bei eath wiih a sullen roar. Uy a dev 0U8 path we dim bed over t ie face ot ihe ]>reci|»ice and stood at the bo'.t'Mii «d" this great upper fall. The Summer air w.is rii 1« ly agitated by a rushing, mighty wind which swei t out fro u the filling loireiit and was dreiu-hed with blimi-ing ^h wers of spray,whioh filled the whole va t rece.-s down which the water leaped. To pass into the haunt of woods ami waters, was to pas- font b.-dmy Sum-ncr into the cheerles-i tains of NVint -r,  Aiioih -r pilgr in ige to the Nevada and V^ern.il Fulls was amply re-Warded by sublime and solemn >ight.s. Climbing a mountain t^ ail wo ilonned yum coats, ami, tiirniuir a ^ha|•p angle in the inouiit lin wall, came upon ine Vern.il Fall, which is :l">0 .feet hi^h, and tumbles over a level ledge of rocks. The spray iroiii ihi-« cat fact is like a h.-avy rain, aud is diiveii >h irply ovt r tht  .-li|ipery and gr.-i--sy slop,; »m ri;;hi, after which we pa-.s to tiie lad-ilers It aili..n to the !■ d^rc aliove, Oiico on ilie roi ky pricipiee that forms a vaulting plaee tor the falls, we hiid ours Ives in a new world. It IS a Mlecessiuil i f WOhcK'is. The s re.im whieh ib ims near the Vcrn-.l !<\dts IS irai-ed along it- locky and .loisy WiV b;i! k to Uie base ut the Nevada Fail, alio it hilf a mile back or a^i've ih - Here we c;in  lo k b;itjk at the ^reeii curve of the t >1» td' one cai.-iiact and foiward to tho sin»wy t -irors of aiiothei*, l>olh oi-ing United b^ tiie foaming torrent which [(lungi's ihr-mgh its ' rjcky W ilis, white with foamy falls.  Overlooking all ihesu rises the ULignilicent l Ocky do ne < f Tne i C.I|) of J.,lberiy," 4,U'J0 leei aoove the valley. Tuis peak, like m my others, has had sundry lilies, its .ast before the present being liellows JJuile." 1 can testify t > its b-ing a windy place, but there is no reasi.n wiiy ine name of the eminent divine .Mr. livillow.s, shiiild be put there. From th'j apex wh.ich we rcaebed fer a long am! l.iborioiis climb, vve Could see a g orioiis pamirama of m »uiitain, streams and valley. We could lo k d.iwu U|ion the Nevatla Fall, which, far below us, at ihebtse  officiating pi Test From time to time also he takes walk<( on foot in various quaiters of Kome. To all ai»pearance the Holy Father might I ve for another ten years. A strong superstiti* n prevails in Koine, ami h IS prevailed from a very ancient date, th-it no Pope will ever reach 8!. Peter's term of twei.-ty-five years. It is related that in thei eleventh century Pope Alexander II. que.«'tioiied Pierro Damien,a very learned »loctor, on this subject. « Why," said h > Holiness, ** has no Pope, even when electtd, while still young and ndiust, ever s.-.t upon the throne of St. Pe'er twenty five entire years?" To this * Pierre Damien grave'y replied that the Pope bein«» like the sun, it was good 1h.1t he hhould be eclipsed pretty often, in order to attract the eyes of the world." Tue popular belief has since then been embalmc 1 in bail Latin ver^e.«, which I give for ihe benefit of your learned readers :  "Sint liret assumiti jurenes ad ponMfict'am, P triitnno« potui o>ma Vid<;re t.-iinei.."  There is, however, one stringe exceptio:i to the rule in tho person of lienoit XIII., ot Luna, a Span-i ird, ' elected by the cardinals ia 1391, after t'lo retniii of the Popes from Avignon t> Koine. Tliis was the most indomit ibL' chief of th ■ fara'>us western schisui, which divided the Church in his tiuie. Whe.i he withdrew t.i l*eni.s<jol i, in Spai 1. abiindo led by all his partisan-^, on very nun eroiis, he coniiniied, w th the two Card.iials, wh • alone re-m lined laiihful to him, 'o .-»ssert his e.xistcnce as Poiie. Ni) Pont IF in the jilenitude of ]>ower :it liome, oould hive excommunicated o; launched bulls wi h gieater vig n-jlij^ thin this Pope, in reduce 1 circuii-  ftxnit mektggnM  JOB FROnSO DEPÁBTKENT.  9-One door West of Bank, np stairs, Slain St..iCS  We are prepared to do all kinds of  Saeli aa  Dcatsssa Cakm, CiacvLAn«, Bill Heads. Uormr SranitaaTs, Uasdull», PwRzas, Sic.,  I  Blanks for County and Town OfficerSi  As cheap, and ia better aiyle. ihvi can be obUincd la  ChicAjo.  ordinary l;e.i*s egg, and ta-y yet produce as sound and as large a product as at first. Potatoes inadvertently lefc uu'lu'j;, it th -y do not freeze durmg Winter, invar ably produce toun I ones, l.irger .-md more abundant th m th »se k"pt in ih j cellar throu'zli Wint -r. Tnis h is 1 it-ly Migge.sied tQ him the plan <f keep-inir potato s excluded from the air rVom the li'ueof «ii^«r¡ni» nnd plai t-ing which has iuvaiiably prevented r«.t.  Mr. Ilendryk», of Sonth«»rn Mi h-igan, raised last year 4,01)0 bush-!^ 'if rut lb'gris on seven acrcs of land, lie prifeis oM sol gniuii'l, well in.i-nured in Sp»i"g. plowed at once, havrnwed and rolled. Sow-» th'- la.-^t o^Jine or first of .July, in rnvs th eo fei t ap ir», thms to Hfttien i>r ciüh-teen inches in the row. Ciil ixnt s With Sulky Cultivator," cu;s í if t ips, piles the-ii up, pulls out lu:ni.. < wth pot lio hoe, piles them up and C'lver"» ih'ckly w th ►t-MW, then w th dir', leaving a small hole throiiub tliM t<»ji. In fv'cdini? ho cnt-i tho tur-i.ips ivilh a ilKH-htne, and feeds freely.  Ur. .r. K. Ntehois, ed t »r td' tlie  lioston o/* C/iemistr;/, s.-iy^  that lard is aduiterited to an e.\-tent hardly .snspect'itl by ilcalcr.s an 1 eonsnm rs. lie h.-is reeei.t'y c.\ im-ined specunens which ♦ontained ihirtv per cent, i.f v. ;it r, ur a aib:i, par-itline and othei Mii<-laovi'-v.  Jf a h >ise IS at al! iiiehned to k'ck  M  .■v nés-.  li t  t • Ilo  Slane.e.s. Poor Benoit XIII, cano 1-izcd saints np to the day of hi-death, wliich oecurred in 142t, a'ter  c.Kciises  in ide fir his hvn.î done so. H • I 'iiav uo ipii't y f r a wnk, monili oi-^ vea'', Imi unless h' i-i a lU' re iiiev-. per;eii'jed coif, ki -k 'li^ iiii li ' u iìl, so ¡Mir- !is li' is a li'i.-e. If', aft^'-r ! knowieg WÎ1 it h'lMiess m.-.ins, a horse ki' k"», h'j is not to be radically eiii edt-f ih" prouensity ; belii'V'.' no breakers who promi.se to "tik.î it oiit of him."  Tlic (.^dfoffe O'trdencr, nf i^ondon,  h-' h'td w-'i-n the tiara during tliirty ; „,> |,ota;f>:'s di nini-hes  year-i. Th's, however, is ahetir -diix e.xccpiiop, and is, t.f coui.-e, taken into no uccou it by iho Sacied Colige  I'iiLs IX. h:is seen i i.'hty-fonr c ir-dinals pas.s away duriiiü; his ici^n. Some of tiiese 11 ive b -en thorns in tlie side of his Holiness, from their, re.visiarice to the re.-tclionary policy whieh to buy a f irm ; t • j«id'j;e of its oí -he Jesni s, who now wh(")lly^w.ly f-niiitv, it- rumi n,' w t- r, it.-i weeds  the c.'uneils id" the Sacred College. :iml ¡'s f. u.t.....A lirJ- sl.-icke I lime  His Hoina.ss conti .lies to enj »y 1''ii'i"kled on a 1 oof in r.t liy il.iy giicd health, but ^omo change fiV wil! ciear o!f'.!'e n>o^s and give added  ihe produci :ind r» t.uds ihe ripeiiing ofilietnb rs. L<'li^ cxì ei iineiits in Ì-lti'^land h ivc proved this f.u'.t—ihtit hiliuig np the potato wiil reduce tho erop oiio-r<'U! th.  Pl^KKEXKD.  Midsnminer is the h^-sf timn ia  Í.V  the Summer is deemed necessary lus medical in -ii. At the air Castle Gan lolf', wln-.^. pop.c's Slimmer residence is .siiii.-ited, is now considered very wholesome, Prnioe Chi«; has oiP-red Pio Nono ihe us.e  !Îui'ab:;ity to the.«.bir;gN»s ....Iron ojc-'..uwj- are ap| roved bv a farmer who has tiied tlicm for t ight yi nr>». U is hardly wo'th whileh 'Wever for \Vest-ei II farmers -5.» buy oxen for the sak of nsin-i ihem.....A NVw Ktiuhmd  of Ar.ccia.  AGRICULTURAL MATTERS.  of his palace ia the purer atmosphere ^ firmer esc:i|)-f the potato r't b/ us  iiiir I otatoes for see.l ifiat. h ive '> in ihe ground nn fug all winli r,— taking cai'' to cover them s.» that.  thi-y do not freeze.....To t'..'acli cow-i  to c<mie liO'iie of their own acco d at night without .«pcndii'g half an hour in " co-b'»s"-in'.i iln m, feed hem a little fresh cu:, juicy corn f .-Ider in its season ev<'ry niuii% .•m l mess" th m at oilier t mes of year.  niscellancouiì—Screenings.  ^IISCKLLAXKOL'S. It costs no more to rais.» one hundred bu-h. Is o.' lial lwias tii m one  That will do double" service as cow-  ior strawb'-rry beds.....No one  shouM I. t chii-keiis run loose in vll-  • d" th ' loeky *)>eak Olí wluch we  •.loii l, t'ok its final plun'.^e of "¡Uo , 1 ,  fei, livtted withf.amand sendin- hundrcd bnshels ot cider aj.ple.s, or 1 b .y a::d milk-increaser.....(Vtass cut  Up its holli.w roar. Turnimr our ' b nTels ot V er_u'alicus or Ii iri.eUs | h( fore it 1 inens se.-d is ju-t the miilch oacUs npon t!ie valh y, we coiild .ee ; Muai.lKy of ciiok^  he siiowv ran .;e of the Sierras, frinn i wliei.ce aVe drawn so many m un-| Au ax costing widi whieli a ; l-'.^'^*''. Keop thein in a p-n iinr,i.g laiii sfe tnis, and wheiice come the Cl'lii;»y ciit 50 cords of w »od a j t'««' day an l let lli mh out nn h -i;;'  toir. nts which dash in Wild, forceful I «"(»»Ib, is a cheaper toi.l iki.i mi a.\ 1 b.d'ire .sirid..wo. They wi.l inako  urandeiir into the Yosemite Valley, cu.sling with wliich he c.tu ciu short work of bu.'s in yaid and g iT-or,iibbo .-iike, shde ov-.-r snio ,th prG- | ^"¡y cords. •'.< n, ¡»nd oo int» du pen oftheir ow.i  eipices for a sp me, an 1 th-'u siiently ] A "cheap plow" at 8 Coming in t .ke iheir qiiiet, leap in:o the moijn- ; one i-L-.tsoti -¿'J in repair and i? » ii.ore lainous masses of pines below. Tlie I 111 lo. t tone to team.s, nien, au l Oy domes are noble objeets in ihe land- ! retardiiig ciops, is a dearer pluw sc.-ipe, biit ih'.: l.iboi ofclimbii.g llieni : ih.iii oUe al $10 requiring no reo »Iis.  A cow^ bought for §10, wh'se miik bi t pay.s iierkte .ing, alf-r.ls  lab ir uiven t > ki'..p  IS \ery gieat.  I'ILS IX.  -leeiird at be I time.....\\ h -n a liarse  siii-ks tip his I a:s as ir' siiunÍM'.x «lan-  ler i I n cc't.'iin diiet to i, tiirn his  h '.'eJ th ' olher way, and 1 ine times  ii.t ■ f li'ii he Av.l! f •r<,o'l that he was  t ingscared.....Tiiere is an siior-  i m nis am- u: t "f ¡iardenin;; devoted  I ,., . - . • I í^bnply to killiiiir weed-". H.-.lf  L ss i;rolil liiaii one al 5-50, iliat jjives ' '. ,, . ,  ' " ' o , the ;ib ir uiven t» ke..p oat WvCd  body burned Upo I the sea-sh »re ; aud r iuciwau j W ; siop, is  F aiBzrosaip x.ooaB,  'O. A. F. & A. M —.1 i n s A. Ilawley. W. M ; S.iimi.-! L. Myi rs, S. W.: Isi c Means, .1. W.; W. .Aiel . «s. Se reiary lte;;ii ar conmiiini étions rîiiMsil.iy eveiiinjr, on or b fj e f ill of moon eacli month.  V  ' al>o I'  : wnh hi> brodi'i-, the «"d to-sht¡i or the Ex wiintr^ and eondiicu'J 't w' h ' gre il suci-es-. liât h- was too i i-; de,!en<;eiil in h s w iliie/ ti.» suit I the G 'Vernment and the Ki il.', a id j .-III ait ce on .Mil.tiiry Fl<-g.im^ I biuughi llie Atto-II y-General d -w i upon hirn, and h - and his bro li -r weie pro-ecute 1 fn- writing it, fine.I two tnoUsand five hu.iofed dollar-', which, with the e.vpenses, amounted t>t-n ihuiisanl doll.irs, and sentenced to a two years' imprisonment. DZZOir OOMKAIi'OSa'B', - Subsequently Lei'h Hunt went  NO 21, K. T.-Jimes A. Ilawley. K. 0.; Wm. A I „. , Ti I. . • P 1 II i  Levmway. General; Jas. B. Charters, C. G ; S. ! "P U^'ly l«> J "" Lor.l liryaU an I  L Myen., Recorder. Kegu.^r conc -iV. a on tlu- s-c- jjhelly, alld edit the wlllcll  jnd and fourth Tuesdays of each inoiitn. "  we asked hini if it were reallv Irue ih.it the poet's heait refised to vi'dd IO the fiel ce tiames. He said th tl ii Was ; and ih »1 a h uidk-ivh « f wlneh lie hit! round his m-ck wh-n ih-body Avas icovered, ;dso resisted I hem for a lo ig liiii', so mueh s. iii il liy-'ii remarked upon il. and "aid it lo .k longer t» burn ihin tie bo ly. lie said also ih it liyi'on -w tm liical- d. In it>08, h ■ assumed, ! otf to h s yacht be o e the ImHy was  Y ). .'.ö, HOVAL Alten masons.-.Tames A. Haw-I V, Miifh I'i St ; J;«-on '. Ayre«, Kin;;; G< o. IJ. tV.irth. Scribe ; Jame B «"barters, Secretary. Kesr'i-ar CO vocations on tjie first and third Mondays of iaoli month.  DiZ9£r oi^airoxi.^  yo. T, 'Í. k S M -James B. Charte-s, T. I. G. M ;  .lason C. Ayr s. D. I. G. M.; J<m-s De^rr, '. C. H'.; T. L. Pratt, Reconiér. K-iU ar convoca-ion-on the 111 t Tuesday in .March, June, Septeiu-ler and December.  e » tsii tie.l—a fact whieh hnl b-en d .libied because of ihe ¡í ea' tli-truiCf iit which It Wis an.-hori-d fioin the .-ho e, some two or ihree miles. He >|-i»i<•• very highly of Trelawny, and ■.:.i I ht>' acted I ke a b odier t » Mrs.  guardi.iii oft le trees and v tlley. l.V riiK vallky.  The scenery of Y osen.ito is sav-a.;e rather ihm sylvan, sublime rather t i.in pleaMng. The em »lions w iieii o le ext» rieiices are ch eli, t lose of aw . Taere is aliiMsl nolh-i ig duicel, past »r.il or so >t'iing aooiit thî -iiiht' or sounds <»f 'the valley. Ihe awiiil ro;ir of th - c.it.tracts, liie Junous ru-h of ih.j li.rr -nt-, the feai-lul h.^ht- of the précipites-, and th" Old.I, aWiUl fi'onis of ihe nioUat.iin pe.iks—id these inspire the mind With se.is;.t'ons of sublimity raiher lli.in of beau y Tiiere are some e.xceplions t » t..is m-iieral statement,  His Elrrtioa and Relsn-Tlie 'f'rii«iilloiial T%venty-Five Veari» Ruíc.  ; doubie ih.' amuunt of m.ik ;dlorded  j s fd- W' tild ac-oinp'i-h fir mote.....  I Learning to S'.vim slio'ijd l»e an iridis-§00 [)Cr I j„ nsable ]i;irl of cciintry odi c .t O'l. On ihe IGlh inst., Pious IX, .".c- acre, and <( tchtd, inanuie I and I'u- | |5„t |, i t,.:i,.li ihi'ir own I oys  by the toi lU r. A ten acre iield  co.'ting  co.npiisli  ..f h s P  'd t'l 5 iwo.ity-secoii 1 ye.-ir i proved §50 moie, s«» as to j^ive d >u- | (.,„,1 ,„.,). h -r" is a oi.t ricat''. tir» gory XV I. bie crops, is niueh m»rev.ou ib,e ..n i N)r \vi ke lness pi'-kvd un b  died on th.* tirs' oí June,lcS4ti, ai the \ pruhttUle ih.in I\v. i ty ;icre.s iiiipiDv-age of ni-arly e g iiy tw » y '.irs, and ! cvl, co-sling doub.e the iieMiev,  .•^h ih-y up.ui '.hit m<»u nfui n-jeas'. n, . as, t..r instuice, ilu- placid beauty of  and lo »ü ali the detads of h s linai se¡»uliure iip iii h 'U>elf. lìyron, as is no* Wii I k lOA'.t, t'-e iC'id .M H l it .lud his ineuds wi Ii g eai neglect and cruelly; hut he could no¿ be templed to s.iy a i uiik n 1 worn' about him. Lei the dead Ii-,' were his i»wu word'. He even re-n fed  DR. O. A. B A ai> wx:z. c..  I)11VSICIAX AND SU.'iGEOX. Dixon. Illinois. Of-L 6ce over Strong's Grocery Store, .Main St. Resi-lence on .Madisou street, nearly opposit) Isaac Means' residence.  Ventitle endetl disist ously to all ct.n<:erned. He was the friend of all the great men wh • flouri>hed during the last century and the first h df of the present. He died at BVBRBTT & ZiAW. j Haminersmi.h, London, on the 28ih  IIVSI IASS AXO SUHGKOX-. Office upstairsone . • i • .. . V V,,,  doorea»t..f Post-office Building, nixon. Illinoli!. Ol .AlJgU.St, III Jll <b!n year. J here  OL.VK« KV.I..^ „^v.t. H. ^AW. is „0 portrait of him, and he  J. C. AITBSS,  JI^EAL ESTATE AGEST, Dixon, Illlnol».  coniplams tfi it all yet publishetl I make him look like a pick-pocket. He had m 1810 commenced a quar-  c.-mt. ^LOIU,., I or- i , " I , . , . . ,--- '  fice, uixon, Illinois. Office over Hitchcock A co's ¡tuu Immediately alter lilS llUpriS'»n-  ___ "unt got Iiu a small weekly  DR. J. BOI^zasTBR, ; all r »he ft)le of the SpectaU>r  Tattler^ and published his " Stoiy of Kiinm«.' Amoug his  ^URGEOX DEVAIS . OpposiM! Boston Store, Main ! and  Street, Dixon, Illinois.  MoPSB ilR -^tf k BOVfiY,  ^HIPPER-, Dealers in Lumber. Grain iroduce, O Pork, ic. Warehuuse at Central Depol. AVOKKW M'rHKRHA.f. SA-MKL BorKT.  .Mirror Lake, .«u rounded by a fringe • d" p'piai s and willows, is a plea-nig picture, though the savage gran-d iir of the inoiintaiiis, reflected in the tleep bo o n of the lake, is <>b-ti u letl iii„,ti the spectat ir. This s gi;t, however, we mi^se I ; on two Separate occasions the I ike reso-  ils fimoiis nffld and  lumbled w th an aggravating breeze. Theie Were many glimpses id' nver nct-n.iiy on ihe Merced, which are  III)  m till  . . h'JW p  read tho account of Shelley's con- j are grandly sublime.  that he hai ¡»ublished his book c.illed luicly ,ri. f,.«,.-.] .i,» show il Li.rd Byron and hi» C »lempora- mirror to us, but was ri " aiM said he WJiil I gladly re  nes  call it if he could, J/idy Shelley, however, has given us so iie sa<I no  sights into Byion's ch irat ter, quite miai and simple eiiouiih Ibr aii) inadverteiitiy, in the Shi-lley Me- | t iste ; bm for the mosl pa t the m lil m»iials," an i it is i njioshibie to | eh iracteri-ticK of the " sh'JW places'  Oli the Uth of Jiiiie fillowiiig i!u; conclave mei al the Q iirina!. Il ! .ipp -ared al first as if tue clioice ofthe i C trdin ils ivoul 1 fili upon Utrdi/iil L-iinbr'ise]imi,b.il the aspeel «d allaiis ! t-n iiigiid during ine iiiylit belweeii j the l.T h and Itith, ami on the even-| ingoftae Itiih C.ir linai M i«til-Fer- | retti w.is elei-ted t'» the P.mtdical i Cli.dr. The same evening the new Po|>e, iiive.sted wnh the Poiilitical ornaments, received in tho Paulina Ch.tpel i>f the (giurili il wh i.t is term-ed ihe tirsi obc'iience or ha.ut.it on of ihe Cariiinals, in which iheir eini-neiices stili maiiilaiii somcthiiKr ol their iratern il rel.itionship t >w ird their late broilier. The secon-1 ob. -I.eiice or act or subjecti ii, inciud  For legs and f.-ei ciit with .shoe ci'ik-", tak'jí une ounce of g i.'i cam-phor, atei one pini of \ nielar, p y three j»r lo ir times .-i «lay, lour 11 orse need not so > wo k.  íí'eat de. I pi'-kv.| up by goin ^  'I >wi MICI (í" wo h btl i»<iy.s.....li  th'-i e is ai y h .bb\ th il is p:ir.li»nab!o Mfid I r"til ii'ie il is th: t i f having •_'0 -d lO'i^' and sh.irp ones , . . . Tlili h ir^e stable is im pi lee foi- f-.wls lo anu »h i roD-t l'î.' .'"'d ^cr. ti.-lrng. The horse ;s tuo d.-iiii'y t'» cnj'iy fo »d ih t ihey  Ap-  II  led  in  h iVM serall lied over.....Tiie New  Since trees h tve been p . , t^vpt, Ih.-y are be-mnni- t» J,ave ' k-rs raise spl. ndid ioses  ra.ii. A cuiiiitry wlii pro.fice more ' ^'tribute their succc-^s t^ the f ee foo.l wh.re onc-foutlh is c .vercd ' ""'t'»"-'^'•«•^^" g  wahf-resl thin if tlie whole is cu.- I ^ < d ihe ni.eets ; Iso.  liViiteil. ' - ••• ^^Ijtica Herald Mitn-iinces as  Tne capit d invested in f^ uit-giow- i ^^^^ f•■'^l;;'^-  lliL', of wbieh Cluc.-igo i.s the market, ^ •'"''•V ^  '^ . . t W'» bu-be.s <d corn in Die e.tr, or onij  is Í;i,000,uü0 ; aiuoli..1 of s.tics, ^15, ÜOo,uü.J.  The Counlnj Gentleman e.itimali's the avcrai^e anini.tl f.iil ot laui and si.ow in the Ner.bern Stales at lliree  ing the kis.sing of h:s Hoiiness's feet, | Which would give seveniy-two  took [i^ace on the 17lh inst, in the j b^iU'els of water bom each ten Mjuare Sixiine Chapel of the Vatican, pi c-|t of room.  vious to the graiM ceremony of the | Flaxseed occasionaily given to I'o^ie's exaltation, upon the altar ot horses or cattle will make thjm rh.-d St. Feter. Pius h is now, thei efon , tneir old h lir, an I, w.iethjr ol ! or entered upon the twenty-third year j )oung, soon geet sleek and f.jt. It of his rei^n. There are but fnir is ihe only ihing whiuh will fatten  »if Kimin't.^ mo. e prouii'ient work« are the Í?T,(wí  .ofthe y Vi.*, a .satirical p »ein ; C'tp- ______  \ taiu Sior.l and C'lptiin ; Sco- rea.lj spok- n of; "» b^i.w I sh'.uld ri^in Vtr;se; Leycd of Ewretiee ; \ Ì k*s to k-^a his hand—the h ml  nectioii wiih the haugh y lord wiih-out feeling that ' tleinan.  1». fore we left Mr. Ilunt, who had talked himself into a glow wlnch made him han<!some, ran out of the rooni u|.i ftaiiM—yes, ra/i out, tor he hid, .-«t past sixiy, the sprai'i ofan anteiope in hi<« foot—to fetch UH a copy of th i Court Supuró — ♦•Dearold inaii'" said ihe Ia.|y a.  Sm.H. J. BBTKBRS. , _ , ___________, . _ ____ ^  Î^ÎÏ:^ xh. whose touch brings' us into  » nary Science at the Agricultural college, A-uen- i tf,., 1» t»'" i * iVr  "urg. Germany. Office at U. W. .McKeuUry's Livery !-«-/UW, the »S CT ; .itfe/i, Wo- ne lO OOllt ICt W.I h ihis VetV Bvi OU  rp^'o'riier^il'^^^^^^^^^^ ! and Shellejr, a- well as with K^ats, ---- ///o,^y/rom l Sir Walton and all the great  Ralph Jitter; the Ducent of Liberty, Wb«n be returned, we ventured to  QITT Ü^ERrAggB, No. IT OttieaaStrtfM, Oizoo.  At this present writing the falh he wa4 not a gen- are finer ih in al any o her se.-ison of  • he ye.ir. Toe mountain saow* are melting and the sire.ims are bank-fil l, so that the vodime of the cataracts is very great, The finmus Yosemite Fall, which is opposite Mr. Hiitcbinson's h-»use, is the {jreal thing in the wat'ifall way, and its ceaseless lo.arstr.kes on the ear by n.ght an«l day, until one is almost weary of its persisfnt mon »tone. I The Uri'lal Veil, with its delicate i .sheen of water, falling 940 f..'et pe-- i pendiculaily, is the mosl b'iautiful of all tne cataracts, but this savage Yosemite; plunging wiblly into a mad foam cf snowy, arrowy, down-falling Bkj-rocketf »ixteen hondred  mag  oth'Ts out of the long roU of two hundred an l fifty-eight Popes wh » have reached so extended a terui ; these are St. Pcler and Adrian L, III the li ne of Charlem-a^ne, I'lUs VL and Pius VII. St, Peter ah»iie IS supposed to have directed th-i affairs of the Churyh during twenty-rive years. Pms VI. who completed twenty-four years, approached the nearesl t» tha great Apost}e. Pius IX., now seventy-six years old, b is iherefore bat two m jro years t» re.-ich the leFin which all before him h tve tiiiherto fallen "sho't of. Putting aaide a slight tjwelling in the legs which becomes tioubiesoma at inierval.s, his Holiness enjoys the best health. He has latterly gone through the mOst tatiguin'g services of the church ritual, himself per-formiog the ¡office of the principal  So says an cx-  bii-liel «d' shelled coin, will ma'fí'i nine and seven-twentieths pounds of po'k while the snine nmount giotin I Hit'» m»-al an 1 ini.'ied wnh waier w 11 in.-ik'' elt-\cn and 'me t i^iiili p nui l-. ....If ihe clouds are ui.kind atid withul I the ram, keep the hots .'ih<! cultivat 'ts j.oing in g-.rden and corn rt Id. Si'iU'-p'o.ile boe on'y when I here are v» eeils to kill. PrO[>eily ih'-y ea: only when the lb »<i is ia  dangi-r cd spoilini.'.....Lime and S' ot  mixed and sown on tu; nips v.11 drive  ofl" the tiirni|» fly.....Cio-e mowing  in a iawi! •■()( ourages the fint g a s sea  and kills the c> arseon ;s......^tedium  crops COI t ntially are more to be  swine old horses, change.  T > destroy lice on cattle, camphor dissolved m spiiits is an elf-ciuai agent, and may be used al all tmes, ' sought for ih.-m premium b g crops  even in very coKi weatiier, wiJiou.. once in a while.....With a deep  ihe least injury to cat.le. soil anfl trees deeply set top-dressing  To prevent smut in grain a corre- of manure will do an oi chant about  ispondeiit of the Prairie Parmer di-|nog »od at all.....Cows are in no  rects to spread tiie grain thin y o.i a ; danger of chokii g on  floor, sprinkled with biiue rtiong enüu¿;h lo be;M- up an egg. Th.-ii add two quarts of slacked lime, an I shovel over until iho kernels are uniformly epated. Tili;» sliouid be done the d ly before it is sown. It will kill the spprtis of smut and quicken ihe growth of the seed.  A correspundent of the Nkxb Enfj-land Homestead has for the I i»t  turnips if they  are fed to t-n m wnh the tops on.....  Some fruit gtowi rs assert thil the Kiltatinny bl u kb.-rry is t<»o lender to siaii'l any ch nice wi h the Lawion  in the hard aviiiIcib.....In cases of  b.'ind ►tiggers The i<tock Journal says, th« fi' st ihiii'.; t » be 'ioni- is t > tap the jugular vein and take as much bl od as will rest »re the horse the use • f Ills li libs. Then use ihe  twenty-live years planted po'.atojs, nomaeh p imp or give med o le foi' not largjtf^ on an |average, tbao ai), the bowels, as tbe case may uecd   

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