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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 ^^ totbctctat-  ________lie a»d tcatm aore  J «M Lww Vole*. Aatli-  ___ Bnmekitu, CoimuHpttiiii terofuta,  KrapUTcDtMMMortlM 6kiB. OiwaMS mt WoMMi, »ad aU ohrMle toadtor to  OiMMaapUiw. Ib«T«ba<l Urg« «xp«ri«fl tettetreataentofil^eaiiMot the air pa' mrw'Bd i^l ^ itftprtfTed apparatiit foracaireetdiagawisaaaMiecanrol treat-■eatortbem.  Send ftor fi«« Cirenlar oa Cktarriial aad Consuntptive DIseaM*. :  Urricx UoCBS trom t A. M. to 4 r. M. 4S-mS  VOL 2.  Jo Jhb jHmljimpá fALt, Jfitwn^ ^»»T ^it-fc;  ANDEBSON, MADISON CO., INDIAA; FWDAY IDRNIM; JUNE 24, J87Ô.  INDlANi-HERQlOWnre TEADE TD« (DOUNTY CONTENTlOlf.  Tbe House or Em Smitli A Co.  RlehniOBd.  > I  Within the past few jean tha sdiool far« iiittu« butiiMM has grown to be a rerj im-portaat feamre of our maBttfjwrtiiring inter wt. Kot oalf dosfl the nataral iaerease of oar jonthfal popalatioD add largelj to tbe demand for thi< dau of goods, but tlw awakenii^ interest in education, combined widi Uie desire that onr schools shonld b* supplied with eTerj*.hing that will aid in tiiii work, hu induced men of enterprise in Tarioni parts of the country to derote thtantelres to Uio ta»k of supplying demand. Porminent among these is the house of Ezra Smith & Co., whose facto  AppofataMSi «f 8«MtMÍal M«*  Ko N«aia*tlMM Kai*-  On Saturday last the BepvUicaa dd»-gatcs of the rarioms townships of 'county, assembled at WestttfieH's Hall.  Seoitortal CoBTentlom  The BepoUicaas of Madison and Delà« wars conntMs are hcBel^ requested to meet in eonmtioa at Andmo«, on Saturday, at II o'clock A. M., the i»th day of July,  A Grand 8cMi«tl~A Cpse €riM.WB.t]i the Je ' Coutj CIrevtt Coort.  Spedai Correspondence to |the Battali Among the many exciting  IWO, for lb» purpose otnoaUnadng a COntrOTCrêies  ,__________^ ______________ thiii  Madison have fonn^ their way into oar  ties of Madison and Delaware. Courts thrugh the varioos chan-  The basis of representation win be that neig ^f gcandal and disgrace, adopted by the State ConT«ntion 'of Feb. j there is nono, probably, in the  C^tain Joseph T. Smith called the ConTcntion to order, and, on motion, Jos. B. Lewis. Esq., of Pall Creek towasUp "^O-»«»««7. one rote for erery one history of  Tvftla (m Chltím Batatas;  the iblloìring  this Judical Circait,  was elected cbairmui i J. O. Hardesty was elected Seeretarr.  hundred cast for Secretary |0f Btat« at the^ that in point bf vituperation and , . . faU election, 186S., under which Madison'dishonor will equal the one ororary member of the Bociety.  Ili&VG r^eired BOticei  Tn WAsrku it. T. PovLTar, SooiaTT, BvirvAM, Jane 1,1870.  Mark Tvoain^ Esq: Sir—At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee of the Western Hew York Poultry Society, you were elected an hon-  tlii,!pointment of delegates to the Senatorial, ▼o»«»'  Ck)nTention The basb of appointment! All Bepublicans aie respectfillly and  was torangcd so as to gire one delegate for requested to be present.  ryisBitnatcd on the comer of Sixth a^d^ery 5«) rotes, and one for 2S rotes or «^^„'».fÌl"'  Walnut streeto. These gentlemen startc<l| oyer. The foUowing appointments were  in business hereabout elerenye^rs ago. made';  IndxestArt their bnsicess was deroted to AdaiIs-J. Franklin &nd James T. the supplying of building material, such as Huston, dressed lumber, flooring, weather-boarding,  Col. M. S. Robinson, mored die at>- » to l9,rotes and Delaware to ii which we are about to speak, and  which was legally adjudicated in the Jennings Circuit Court dur-t ingthe last week. The plaintiff, J. A. Leyman, was married in the year 1855, in the State of Ohio, to a beautiful, loving and intelligent woman, who was highly respected throughout the com-mnuity in which shel ived. They fin ally moved from their native State and pitched their tent at Ilunt-  Chairman Madison Co. Sep.Cent'l Com.  A TIrginia Beirs Daring.  Akdbssoh,—James Hazehtt, M. S. ahingles, lath, frames, doors, sash, blinds. Robinson, J. F. Wildman. T. Kyan, Judge b-nckeu. moulding, &c.. to all of which j West, Geo. F. ChittenJen, B. F. Jackson theystaigirs special attention and canj-^^^ C. Chipman.  aupply as promptly and bi» as good terms.| Ckebk-B. F. Darlington,Joshua fc^erretaries of the Spanwh  •s any hon^o in the State. Bat the main I--P»»««». J-T. Wall, c. p. Jacobs, James »^di:  branch:of business to which we desire at ^«"o'folJ» Huston, James R. Sirer this time to call special attention ii that j*®^ ^ - 'r»ylor. ofschool fumituie. This branch has pressc^li Stokkt Cansk-W. V- Shankliii» itwlf upon them more recently. So e:.ten. Anshutz and Darid Conrad, airely haro they prepared for thi. kind ofj JACCsoir-Thomas C. GUI and T. woA, A« thoir establishment is called the Beckwith. "Indiana School Fumitaro Works." The  £. C. Deane, Rec. Sec.  "It never rains but it pours. Neither do distinctions begin to fall upon a man in a sprinkle but very shortly they increase to a jQood. Within the space of ohe short month I haye been raised to the dignity of honorary membership in agricultural and vini- __________ _______ _  cultural societies in the States ()f|j>ouring out my whole intellect on  A Washington letter-writer classes_____^________________ _ ______  amoiy; the mon handsome jadl« i» th^ iogton, Indiana, where they en-ritT Mftdjme Dodesdad. Wife of on« ot the . "i-'  andJ0y?<l in peace and happiness the  This lady is also an American. w«aa Chspmai. of Virgina, Her mother was Mi>s Mary Randolph, a great pell in P. I Virginia, many ye4rs ago. This Miss Sandalph was specially noted for her fear> lesfiness in ridinir* On ono occasion, it is  RICHLA.KD—Samuel Fortner. igrcat rariety of seats and desks which they | Umiok -R. J. Hall, aie famishing, precludes a dctailea dc-' KafatetIe—George Pennuter and J. scription ia an article ot this character. A | P- Osbon.  •cors of recommendations from rariousi VaxBu«e»-C. Fennimore and Byron  Vinben.  M( nec»—I. H. Hall and D. K. Carrcr. Pipe Breek—E. Worley, Jesse Fraxier and Harrison Qaick.  Greece—11. Copper, B. Williams and JsFse Williams. Dcck Creek—J, II. McConncl^ Boose—>Iohn N. Koblc. Col. Robinson mored the appointment of a Committee of fire, to prepare rosolu-tians, expressing the sense of the this Con rention, in relation to the best plan to pur  parts of the country might be giren to show ^ the superior class of work. A single sen- j lenec, howerer, from one which appears in \ their catalottja and comin;; froni a party in Ohio, who has used them, will speak as forcibly as anything wo could saj. Ho say«: "For tiyie.^uisA, siren^tA and durability they arc saperior to any school fnrni-ture I have seen from other manufacturers, andean cheerfully reccommend them to othjrs."  Besides those rarions patterns of school desks and seau they are also makin-I sue, to reliere the people of Madison conn-teachers tables and desks ot a rariety of ty ol the present burdensome system of tax styles. They are alio prepare! to fucnish  fruits of a married life until about Shojfive years ago, when thev moved to Jennings county. Here the same placid happiness continued; the husband looked about and saw that heaven had blessed him  ^d when staying at tho Warn Springs, ^¡j^ ^n interesting family of four in Vinnnia. Eh<S started ont with a ndinc' i-i, i. t mi j  partXthe Warm Spring mountian, anSiCl'ihlren-hiS Wife, Sill voung and accompaning her to beautiful, ^ave strong hopes that the future would be like the past.  as a river without a ripple, and his declining years would be but  " ' nj  school apparatus and sa-)pUos, globes maps, ink wells, blackboard-slati.ig t^c. For a full description of these rari^os articles we woalJsimplr refer the reader to their illustrated catalogu  ation.  The Chair appointed on thai conmitte'.-M. S. Rc bincon, Herrey Crarcn, T. L. Beckwith,; W. V. Snsnklin nud Isaac Franklin,  "While the Comittcc was absent prepar-  partv  daieii tho gentleman do whateyer she did.  Tlie mountain is quite hiph, and has ^ at its top a ro<i jutting ont orer a precipice.  To the extreme rei^c of this rock Mrs. i-i; x" . l  Randolph rode. ;to tho consternation of!the proline harvest 01 a happy her friends. She did not eren lenro her and undisturbed life. Here they horw room enotjgh to tarn »round, but ^gde the acquaintance of one  >vas po«.  the party in triumph. Not a man would iscssed of a reasonable amount of follow her example.hut one youthful piece! j^roperty and a large family.—  ..n! T^cy were close neighbors, and rr!:;he'cii*edU"' thei? associations fori long time  Mrs. Chapman was burriod in'a place wcrc deemed legitimate and selected by herself, in the family . grave proper. But cro long Stanley  .»Sa? r .".ut P«rt of ascduc  of Hollywood cemetry. Her grare is in the southwest comer of the encTosure.wliich is made by a brick wall, and entered by a stile of stone pteps, and few who enter it fail to note the beantiful idcp. embodied in the inscription on her monument: "MAUY  Bright, pnre, tr.insient as t!ie morning dew. .>he<ipark!cit, cxhale-l, and « ««n» to Heaven.'  The works are run by a thirty horse ing resolution;, Captain Smith r<»d a letter power engine. with a capactv of fjrtv-five jirom Uia Cliairmanof the Republican Ccn horse if desired. The business of this firm of county, giving  extends into ovor dozen Stafei of the j "«ties of the selection of Henry S.' Smes, Union.goin-as far kauai Philadelphia! for Joint ReprcsenUtira. Captain Smith and as far South as Now Orbans. Tiisir ! ^lovcd to ratifiy the nomination -  as made  ¿ ! by Henry county, which was done by a numerous rote.  The Committee on Resolutions prescnt-  castln^j'i are ma le by M^isra. Peterson King of that plac?.  fsteksosr & kino's vounbt.  In thU connection wc give a brief histor}-of the business of Messrs. Peterson & King.  In tha year 1865 Mr. C. P. Peter«>n an<l Mr- E. J. King of Rirhmord. that a demand cxiitel there for a first class P'omote<l by the nomiMtion _antl  Tbe Census of 1S70.  The ninth census of tlieUnitod States will be taken, under the provij^ionsofthe at-t of May 23. 1850, on »he first of June. Attlio last ccDsns, 4.417 Assistant Marshals were eraplovcd. Congress bavinj declined to a<lopt anv of tlie new plans tJie  ccnsus will be taken on the Same basis na for tho last twenty years. Tiio act of 1850 provides that the census shall bo taken by the United States Marshal of the respect  ed to the v.'onrcDlion the following Resolu- »/e distici», withthe ali of suth 43sij,tants u- K «„^ f.^^^rr.A T Ur.n HS shnll berequircd. The ceni=us dutncts uons, which. onmution of Col. T. Ryan, ^^^^ gtate are dividcd as to he com-  posed of not less than 20.COO persons. The  _________________________________of assistants arc paid as folio«'«: two ccnts  believintr the people M^Madi¡on conntv will he great- for every name tak«n, ten cents for every • • ' eloc- farm iiilCcen ccnfs for every proiln-.tire cs  two cents for everv  were adopted. Kexlvfd, That wc believe the interest  xna» a uriuanu exi.tc. tnerc lor a nrst eiass „-^Vk and ho-.estmen. irrrspcrtivcItabli.hment of industry, tw ,  foundry for the manuiaetnre of stoves, hoi-p y^-j^jtt, coontv oiRccs at I deceased person mi 1 tw> per cc;it. of the  low ware and general eastings, entered into'the coming October elccilon, plwlgo-l to tJie I gross .iraount for names enumerufcd. for  partnership for tho purpose of cstaMishinglmoBt ri:;!-! cwnomy in the - - -• —' ........ ««.i„or m.!  a business of this charactcr.  àlmiliistration Uncial statistics, find ten cents per mile for  c"' ........fViofeountv afTairs, to the rcdnotion of tax-ltravcl. The enumeration must he complct  ho snccesstuî ^ p„ssihle Ku:n rerniired to ed and the returns all sent in to the :<ecre-  er. lie succeeded in desecrating the matrimonial bed and sowed the seed of the vilest corruption where, but a short time before, peace, happiness and prosperity grew ripe under the congenial rays of an undcfiled married life Leyman, during all this time, supposed his family relations were as pure and as holy as ever. lie (lid not suspicion that adultery was laid at his door; that the foundation of ruin had been plant od in the midst of his family^ ere long t» burst forth in flames of bitter and perpetual disgrace, and leave his boasted happiness smouldering mass of everlasting dishonor.  But, alas! his dream of happiness is broken. The direful reports of a criminal intimacy between his wife and . Stahlcy breaks in upon his blissful im-magination like the shock of ade-ccnding ihunder-bolt. But not desiring to be very credulous in tho premises, he sought redress  have these gentlemen been that the amount ^ „j^.g» neccsssry an 1 honest oxpensrs oi now invasted is firo fold tho capital em-|the countv, to sufh general mnnaii-'^mcnt of i>loycd in the outstt, while their increasing-"  I countenance the payment out ot the Coun-  tra<le already rcach into several States ify'treasury any money to any person, nn-Their sales thus far exceed one hundredidcr acr nrctcnse whatc cr. unless the  same shall nonestly and fairly earned, and  Statistics and Assistant Special Commissioner of Revcnno.  The United States Marshal is forbidden hy laA' to a^pt any hrib« f>r consideran jn antborired by law . And bo it further j for an appointment of assistants,xnd is 11a-Risolvtd, That said candidates mnM hie to a tine of $1.000 should he Iw convict-stand pledged to favor and advucato su' h v.'d of fo doing.  The law provides that each Resistant,  thousand dollars. To illustrate the amoun of this class of work which Richmond alone oses. we would simply state that of tJie one article of school desk irons, they now have neccessarv charge«, by onr next Lrgisla-  tinder contract twentv-flvc thoneand sets and S*br>- Uw as m ill re-  ' . . , . (luce the enormous tees and salajies now  a.l of which, w6 believe, Vill bo used by ^y bounty Ofhrers, to a fair, jyst  mannfacttirjirs in that dty. land reasonable compensation for their ser-  The design of the proprietors iiSs b en to i vices; the same to be fixed by law and  make a specialitr of cook stores ami hol-lf-^i'^ ^^^ fZ^ 'TZ  ' . . . , . as may l»c proMded by law for raising the  low ware. They arc both practical work- ^ to meet the coinpensr t on or salary men and they propose to furnish goods in-RDch olTiccr mav be entitled ti. That all fcrior to no manufactory East or West «nms rectived hy any connty officer in ex-  great superioritf. warranting them against Cotinty Ircasury. Further «11 fire cracks it carefully used. hrtolvtd, Th^ we are willing to unite  A Ijeautiful picce of ornamental work of, with the voters of Madison ci>nnty irres-k »k. u »u- . , 'pe tivof jarty.inthcnomination ofacoun  Which they hare the pattern, and which , c ^t for the several couTity offices to be  they are prepared to supply in any numbers fijid »j tho coming October election; such either singly or in large orders, consists of ; county ticket to be nominated upon and a large garden rase. The vase is two feet ph-dg^d to support and carr^ ont the princi-. " J plesronuincd in the foregoing resolutions;  m diameter at the top and would make a reccommend that a mass con-  beautiful ornament for any yard, We mention of the people of Madison County,be tkiak that theadrantagesot an iron rase over called to me«t on Saturday, Augast 6th, that of the terre cotta is so great that a 18-0.  in the courts, by endeavoring to  ..ary of the Interior bv the l.t of Noycml>cr vindicate ^ character of hi.s  next. The Sni'orintciidcnt of the Census Wlte.—fetanioy was sued for  iji Francis A. Walker, la^c of the Bureau of islander, and to defeat this he .....-o, . . ^ 'openly confessed his guilt—acknowledged he had eommitteil adultery with Leyman's wife, and exhibited letters from her to ^)rovethe truth of his statements. The slander suit was dismissed;  afitír quaüfyin;:, shall perform his duties h\  Iowa, Indiana, California, Massachusetts, Maryland and Pennsjjrl-vania; and now, as a culminating grandeur, I have become ato honorary member of the VVesterji New York'Poultry Society, and my ravenous ambition is satisfied.  Seriously, from early youth 1 have taken an especial intereat in the subject of poultry raising and so this membership touches a ready sympathy in my breast.— Even as a school-boy, poultry-raising was a study with me; and i may say, without egotism that as early as the age of 17, I was acquainted with all the best and speediest methods of raising chickens, from raising them oflFa roost by burning lucifer mathes, under their noses, down to lifting them off a fence on a frosty night by insinuating the end oi a warm board under their heels. Bv the time I was twenty years old, I really supposed I had raised more poultry than any one indi-viual in all the section round there. The very chickens came to know my talent, by and by.— The youth of both sexes ceased to paw the earth for worms, and old roosters that come to crow "remained to pray," when 1 passed by.  I have had so much experience in the raising cf fowls, that I can not but think that a few hints from me might be useful to the society. The two methods I have already touched upon are very simple, and are only used in the raising of the commonest class of fowls—one is for summer, the other for winter.  In the one case, you start out with a friend along about 11 o^clock on a summer's night (not latter, because in some States— especially in California and Oregon—chickens always rouse up just at midnight and crow from ton to thirty minutes, according to the ease or difficulty they e.xpcrience in getting the public waked up), and your friend r^arries with him a sack.— Arrived at the hen-roost (y'our  this subject? 1 have shown the Western New fork Poultry Society that they have taken to their bosom a party that is not a Spring chicken by Any means, but a man who knows all about poultry, and is just as high up in the most efficient methods of raising it tts the President of the institution itsdlf. I thank these  gentlemen right pleasintly and dangerous one,' as rascais have of eartily for the honorary mem- late begun to avail themselves of bership they have conferred upon its erasing jproperties to change  4oai or aoTer orden them fof tkd work-hoase.  Still, I hftTe onee or twice pro-cured as high as % dosen for nothing, in the dark ef the moon. The best WAV to raise the BUdi Spanish fowl is to go late in the evening and and ralie coop and all. The reason I recommend this method is, that the birds be ing so absurdly Talnable» the owners promiscnoutly, {)ut them in a Coop as strong' as a fire-proof sate, and keep it in the kitchen at night. The method I speak of is not alifays _ bright dnd satisfying snceess, and yet there are so manv little articles of vertu about a kitchen, that if you fail on the coop, you can generally bring something elSe. I bronght away a nice iteel trap one night, worth ninety cents*. But what is the use of my  m  Á  IfMr*JUM ^ a g^ dsK  PAI]fTS»0I|8,TABNI8m»  We bought lazyiAjr Half tbe ä«-ellne liy gold, and  CÂNiNDVULmLTUE CHEAPEST  YOU CAN SAVE byfbaying at  Henaersoi*! Brag Store, ANDERSOil, ÍND.  m ta  The "«Hagle Ei'aser.*'  Chicagd papers of a recent date, state that men are about the streets of that city selling a prep-eration called the "magic eraser" —a solntion of cy,oride of lime, which l9 used to remove iiik marks . from paper. However useful this article may be for some pttrpsses, it has proven a  JÜtowttpue, May 11/' Sys:  A dt/ttiii Fit«  rar, Pierre Bernard, Ike HedM% OeoiM Henden, a Croir la^iu Mia Ibe nndenigned. uTm fbM« on tb« IBtk ofMareh, for « trip to the áhnost ñnknown íiaU of ^e^ellów'stonp»  Onitii« íftof April, aÍ>ont teoi A. M., we halted at the base of soke footrhills, there being som« iigiia (>f gold, and commenced sinking a hole .Wo had not poceeded long with our work before wfe>rere startled by see-inifc onr prow Indiati runnin® .Jy townrds us. lie reported a gtaiall band of IndianSj known as>8héei> Eaters" distant abont fonr miles abote^ and in the samé canon. We felt nb ^eot uneasi-; ness, hdwevcr, knowing ftill well that with Our improved firearmetf jr« wYHIld be enablbd io bveroom« fif^ óf the sneaking dévild:  The same night our pac k -hoinies; three in number, were run off by the *'Shdep Eaters," we started iit pursuit before daylight, and thé stin was not more thdn f.fte'- i ininiites high when we struck thei¿ trail. From the appearance of the same, it was evident that they had at least four hours the start-of US; Upon questioning our guide we asbértaiüed that the valley we were in, afad which their trail followed, was bordered on both sides by precipitous monnt-^  me, and shall stand at all times ready and willing to testify my ^ood feeling and my official seal, by deeds as Well as by this hastily penned advice and inforination. Whenever they are ready tC go to raising poultry, let them call for me just any evening after eleven o'clock, and I shall be on hand promptly.  MARK T^i^Aiii P. S.—To the Recording Secretary; I know two or three good places.—JSuJ^oZo Express.  American Newspapers.  checks and other commercial pa-j^erswith fraudulent int^t. In .?iew York and other Eastern cities very bold operations of this kind have been successfully conducted, and bankers have become so much alarmed that checks and drafts are scriitiniised with the greatest care, and payment is refused unless parties presenting them are knowii at thé, bànk. It is said that the fluid wili n.ot èraSe Mue ink^ and Chicago bankers are therefore instructing their ciistomers to use this color only in filling up commercial papers. A writer in the Chicago Î^ibune From a New York letter to the »«ys: "To detect whether bank Albany Argui we gather some in-jchecks, notes, drafts, or papers of teresting facts and fiijures'anykind have been altered or  tampered with by the use of the "magic fluid," hold the suspected paper over the flame of a gas  touching the pr.ess in this coun try. There are 5,319 newspapers published in the United States, . . and Brtish Provinces, of which jet, being careful not to scorch 550 are daily. In New York city ¡or burn it, and if tlhy fluid has there are, of all sorts, 800, in been applied to the paper, the Philadalphia over 200, and Bos-iplace where it has been put will ton publishes the next largest speedily become discolored, and number. There are 400 papers in i turn a decided hroicn color. Fre-  foreign langtftges,2oOof them be-quently the writing oi' fignres  ing German. 75 French, and the^b^ch have been erased by the remainder in various less known, will reappear, faintly, on tongneS) one of them being in such application of heat." Bohemain. New York State has the  A Stirring Bcpiy.  We heard an annecdote lately which ought to be inbtructive to theologians—of the late Dr. N. W.  the Mifc confessed  capable of fgiving the iñícrmatipn—Imf not, then of the afjent of t-u/ h family name of each memt>er thereof, the «;íe placcjof birth of ea<'h, sex, color, etc., an.l shall also vi?it pcrsonolly tbe farm») milli, sIiop<(, mines, or otler 'p'®'^'' respeitinR which information is requir;«! , and when Knch information is obtaine<l and entered in his blanks, then hit mem >randa shall be read to the person ftimishing the facts (or reyision:  There is a peniiUy for 'refusing to furnish the rcqnirel infonnation to the assis-unt. The act prDvidei thst evcrr person more than twenty years ol agu belonging to any familv, in the case ot the absence of the heads and othtír members of the family, shall be an acent of the family, antl is required to render a true statement of the nformation reqtiircd, on pcin of forfeitin;:  •rge tale tor this artfcle will be found.  When these Besolntions were adopted,  Mesirs. Peterton k King hare helped to the holiness of the 3onTention wai finiih-^emonstrate the fact that Bkhmod will ,cd, and a motion to adjourn was carried.  thirty dollari, to be sued for and recovered | angry because she refused to in an action of debt by tlie assistant, to the further continue the intercourse;  satisfied  yield a liberal mpport to any first diss snanafactvine esUbUshment (hatinay be started.  Older's Mammoth Show.  ScHootMASTan Abroad.—A letter passenl throuf^h the post office, in this city, --('¿"ne day this week, with ths following ad-  Trlpartlte dresi-  M« Williarim  A splendid Mnseam, Circus and Menag me, Combined in one Grand Conaolida tion for ons price of admisaion ii t« yisit this dty on Monday, Jane 27th, under the ■bore name. Mr. P. A- Older, who fur BMiy rssrs has been identified as Manager «nd proprietor ofsouM of the lar^gest and inest Circas and Meaageri« Companies in ^ Store, the world, has for the present season come before u with a decided noyelty. He is  0*  TüIW SiTTT ¡HDiAirwa.  A tcmperan-^ pic-nic will be held Pendleton to-morrow and next day.  at  Lard Oil, cheapest, at Henderson'« I>mg A large stock just receired.  Then the plaintiff comraenced an he action 01 critn. con. against the defendant, Stanley, cliarging him uith having committed adultery with his wifo. The case come up for trial last Tuesday iind continued for three days.— Nearly fifty witnesses were sworn and examined. The charactcr oi all parties concerned was carefully investigated and closely criticized. The evidence did not only show the guilt of the defendant, but showed that after a protracted criminal intimacy with the plaintiirs wife, he became  Hon. John W. Bnrson. next Senator tiie first to add io"« E^tei«"iTe ^Menagerie from Delaware and Madison eountiei, and •iids«perh Circs tnmpe, ao interesting,Col-T. J. Brady, of the Monde Times. •ad instmctire Mnsenm, Induding amonj? ."cre in ths city last Saturday. ita mnltitadenons attractions, die rcritable! " - ^  Cardiff Oiaat, In tlie arenic department! The call for the Senatorial Conyention appears the nawsw of some of tJie finest ri-1 will he found in another coloma. The del  den, leapers, tnnblen an4 "general artUtsegates were appointed laH Saturday, and Itata» known to the ptoCssskm, Mile San-I their nsmes can be found ia the prooMd  jeah the beautiful Cretwi, is acfcw>wledged Ings of the Conrentien, of Saturday.  by tiM press aod public of eyery clime to W ---- '  Ae most dMiug, yet, artistie and elegMitp^*too fuel dull, droyrsy, debilitated, pedbmer m tbe world. In tbe Zoological ! hayc frequent headaches, moutb tastes bad-otMsBSccrisecMBpvtasetttisseen» Iww^ ly, poor appetite, or'♦Bflliousnese." Notb-horsed kons, • sea cow, a snow-^bite two- ing will cure you so spesdily and pwma-hwped SM3«d caBel. aad tbe flMi-fooied oenüy as Dr. Pleroe's Alt. Ext., or UoUeu AUks lotedeer, allot wbiebarsaew tojliedicri Diseoyery. It also cures aUserere  tbe day «ad date, Uugeriug coughs and tones up Hid ftnafth  rs>ns:the wbotesykna. Sold by drvggist*  use of the United States.  - ^ . ■ At the present time tho newspaper it the most potent political and social agency in the ciriliicd world. It is the great popular educator; it dctcmiins international relations, and is recognized by the pcojilc of all lands as tho champiin and safejnard of lihertr. The form of the newspaper enables it to penetrate eyery where, reach inp minds remote from other intellectual influences. And the modem newspaper i4 ncH solely occupied with political and social questions. It aims at occupation of the whole field of intcllectnal effort, cn.l has contrihuted to eyery dcpartni<;nt of human knowledge. Science art and literature are all indebted to tho gorgon which dcyours them only to produce them in new 'form?, by whidi tUcir empire is immeasur» ably extended.  Masonry clothes tho naked, beguiles the sorrewfnl, shelters the weak, reclaims the erring, lifto up the dospcndcnt, and, after attending, with an unfaltering step, eyery yariety o f thdr fortune in this field of act-on and passion, of alternate weal and woe, takes her gentle and benignant leave of them last of all. For this labor and yiifi-lence, Aese works of diaritv, so different in feature from tho couraes ot the worM, she ctaims no trophy—not eyen the praise contained in a simple eaulogtie of li«r acts. It k tbus tbeu, by the *exera8e of the princi* pks of Masonry, that the InteresU of the I^teniity beeame the interesa ot mankind«  largest number and Delaware the smallest. San Francisco publishefl nealy all the papers for the Pacific coast. The Iar;^est paper is the Independent., lormerely edited by George Wm. Curtiss (who m , - . j xt tt does the editorial work of "«ted New Haven cr« m-e^, the Easy Chair oi'^^eologian. Profound m met-Harper's Monthly, and does someiP^'y^'c» butnotversed in science, work upon Harper's Bazar) re-P^« obstinate defender of  neighbor's, not your own),",.u  light a match and hold it "nder ihVGeiiesis, as against the idea of  ... .,..1 ....I.. to^n^ljet^ the next^^larg^^^^^ ^tjf.six long p^^riods ot time ;>hich  Leader, the largest the New York,P»"?f«ssor ^¿Iman advocted. Journal of Commerce. In the j. One day Prof. S. took Dr. T. United States there are 896,000,-¡'"^o^^h^geojogical cabinetj and  Dr.Sagt'iCMHTkBiMtdjou«! irkta  Ml»  A pretty blue-eyed eoqnettish-looking ereutuie made her appearauee before the Mayor of New Orteans and a^ed bim if he was • married man. He replying in the negatire, she said, "1 am sorry, for I desired tt> oousult you on u delicate sul^ect. Mrdiild has been stolen by ita de^ed (kUier, whose abuse of me bas compelled me toseekothei protection Utdtnymt have htmarnallmrycmcimai «ndented my wnei.  and not being satisfied with what he had already done, became the calumniator of his un-lortunate victim by giving publicity to the blackest crime of which man is capable of committing, and to which he was himself a party. The evidence was of such abase charactcr that its repetition from the witness stand shocked even the modesty of the defendant himself, who, under the cloak of religion, has, for tho last five years, lived the most dissolute and licentious life known to libertinism. After the ar^ment of counsel was heard, Judge Burkshire ably instructed the jury, and after a few hours of deliberation they returned, on Friday morning, a verdict of guilty, and assessed the plaintiffs damages at $1,025 00. The small sum of one thousand and twentyfive dollars may teach this licentious villain a valuable lesson; but his punishment is certainly nominal. Here the case ended; all parties returned^ home with bitter denunciations! for their respective enemies, and with enthusiasm for their friends. Judee Walker and New appeared for the ^aintiff, and Messrs.— Allison, Bundy and Overmycr for the defendant.  Patent bone crushing machines 4h6 railroad traing^  first one and then another pullet's nose, until they are willing to go into that bag without making any trouble about it. You then return home, either taking the bag with you or leaving it behind, according as circumstances shall dictate.  N. B.—I have seen the time when it was eligibl and appropriate to leave the sack behind and walk off with considerable velocity, without leaving any word where to send it.  In the case of the other method mentioned for raising poultry, \'our friend takes a covered vessel with a charcoal fire in it, and you carry a long slender plank.— This is a frosty night, understand. Arrived at the tree or fence, or other hen-roost, (your own, if you are not an idiot), you warm the end of your plank in your friend's fire vessel and then raise it aloft and ease it up gently against a slumbering chicken's foot. If the subject of your attention is a true bird, he will infallibly return thanks with a sleopy clock or two and step out and take up quarters on the plank, thus becoming so conspicuously accessory before the fact to his own murder, as to make it a grave question in our minds, as it once was in the mind ot Blackstones, whether he is not realy and deliberately committing suicide in the second degree. [But you enter into a contemplation of these legal refine-  amsj and there was uo possible mode of egress ààve. by the upper end of the valley, which opened td the Yeilowdtone but a short di8<t tance above one of the falls..  Ko sooner was this intormatioti elicited than away we sped in pui-i suit. After nearly three houra sharp riding we came upon thtf banu, and in such a manner as cause us 8 5me surprise, abottit midwày ih the stream, wherë could bo seen a hastily construct-« ed ratt, composed of bucksi^in and buffalo robes. Upon this strange craft %ere seen in the cen-thirteen braves, while fivé squaws were essaying to paddle the unwieldy craft to the opposite shore, l^ith pieces of bark as snb-stitntes for paddles. Our paok-horses wereintberiver,Qnd8oals0 were the Indian ponies Fourotf the latter reached the opposite shbrëi  At a gjantie ^q could see that they were gradually goin^ down steam despite t1ie eftbrts ot the squatva, and although our senses for the moment forsook ua,* the sharp crack of a rifle and the yell of a ' Sheep Eater" told that the equanimity of our Crow guidé yfjkè well preserved. At this juncture Pierre Bernard shouted out, "For God's sake, boys, don't? murder them; they are bound tcf go ovet the falls." We looked, and a sight met our gaze which was fearfully impressive.  The raft having been caught iii an eddyj not a vestige of it waii to be seeti^ it hàving sunk several inches below the surface, and the Indians seemed to be like sd many weitd Spirits floating on tho rushing Waters. OiiO of the Indians rose, and bending his bow, shot our Crow through the arm — The shot was retunjed and again a yell of pain was heard prored-ing from a "Sheep Eater." Bernard then told the Crow, in his  000 invested in newspaper property. All sorts of out of the way interests have papers to advocate  them, and all sorts of business.— ... - . ,  There are two papers devoted to once hving animals get into the interests of watch-making,|th'spo?,'t»on, except as the rock and of course every religious press gradual y formed about them in  confronted him with sundry tril-obites in rocks of the lower strata, and said: "Now, Dr. Taylor, how  of the United States—in which ot course ' infidel," "freethinking" and "spiritual" papers are included—artloilnt t« 86,000,000 per , , , , , year. New York has thirty-two!Co»Wn t have stirred in dailies, six of which are printed I J"st as easly as a  one.of those long early  "Noiiseh'^e, iioiisehsfe.'" aiiswer-ed Dr. T. "Do you think that God, when he made the rocks,  these cook  in German, two in French, and one—the Skandiavish Po8t—in Danish and Sweedish.  From tlic Maiiou t'hroniclc.  An Outrage.  Some two or three weeks since Mr. J. C. Nottingham, of this place, was going to Indianapolis via the Peru road. lie went down from Bunker Hill in the night, and took a sleeping car. When the conductor took up his tickct,  stirs raisins into a pudding or a cake?"  Prof. Silliman was so disgusted, that, the pcrf^eetion of courtesy though he was, he put on his hat, without reply, walked straight out of the building, and did not say a ?rOrd to Dr. Taylor for three weeks.  Y'oungmen ! rely upon yourself. Have confidence in yourself. Believe that you can accomplish a  , - ., w • f -LI J certilin high purpose, and then he failed^to give him a check^and ^^^ ^^^^^  when, before daylight, Mr. Nottingham went into a passenger car, the conductor again demand-ed a ticket, Mr- Nottingham replied that he had given ud his ticket, ivhen the smart conductor commenced abusing him as  honest earnest. If difficulties interpose, grapple them with a stout hslnd, a strong arm and a courageous heart, and they will generally yield to your energy and perseverance. Instead of dis-eonrairinff, snch obstacles should  ments subsequently, not then.]!or called some brakesmen stop-When you wish to raise a fine, pcd the train and ejected him in  large, donkey-voiced Shanghai rooster, you do it with a lasso just as*you would a bull. It is becattse he must be choked, and choked eficctually. It is the only good, certain way, tor whenever he mention a matter which he is cordially interested in, the chances are ninety-nine in a hundred that he secures something else's immediate attention to it, tooj whether it bo day or inignt.  The Black Spanish is an ceedingly fine bird and a costly one. Thirty-five dollars is the usual figure and fifty is not an uncommon price for a specimen Even its eggs are worth from a dollar to a dollar and a half apiece, and yet are so unwhole-«olM thftt tho city phyuoan lel-  though he were » scoundrel: rlnd.^ the incentives to still stronger on turther refusal to pay his fare Pursuini; this course,  a second time,-the bully conduct-succceding difficulty will  appear less formidable than the last, and eventually you will be  the woods about seven miles from Indianapolis, Mr. Ìiottingham had scarcely recovered from a severe sickness, and in his attempt to secure a conveyance «t arm houses along the road, he was suspicioned as a horse-thief because applying at that hour, and everywhere refused, and he wa6 compelled to. make his way into the city on foot^ as best he  COUld^ ■ ;  Ue had cominehced suit against the company in the Howard circuit court, for damages—placing them at «2,000,00, They are (mite anxious to compromis the affair, and have urgently requested Mr. Nottingham to go to Indianapolis for that purpose; but he will settle irith them tt mo*  rewanied with the successyouhave so well deserved.  A young lady onte iharried man by the name of Dust against the wish of her parentsi Alter a short time they lived iihhappily together, and she returned to her father's housoj but he refused to reseive her, saying: "Dust thou art and unto Dust thou shalt return." *-And she got up and dusted."  own dialect, to stop firing, but he paid no attention to the com« mand. Again he raised his riile^ but a lariat skillfully thown by Pierre held him fast. The scend ¿¡J now presented was one which those 'who witiiessed will not forgèt to their dying day.  The mid-channel, in which they were swiftly gliding down, seemcil to be clear of obstrijiction, while on either side jagged rocks peered out from the foaming water.—-When about fifty yards below where i^e were standing, an oldln-dian arose and st'^O'« roct in the ccnter of a circle of braves, lid spoke a few words, turned his faco toward the sun and seemingly bade it farewell; then wrapping his robe around him he sat down.—• The squaws immediately flung their.pieces of bark into the river,-threw theinseives on the submerged rait and commenced pullinpif out their long tresses, in tho meanwhile screaming and howling more like demoud thaii humaii bciiigs.  Indians seated in the circio shook hands, and ihcfl commenced wailing their always mournful death-songs. Nearer, nearer approached the fearful abyses, still not a movement was perceptible on the part of the braves. They* sat as immovable as statues, and did not quake with fear at the near approach of the King of Terrors, As they shot swiftly down tho stream, our party instinctively raised their huts while looking at them, and I doubt if there was ono except the Crow who did not show sims of visSibie emotion.  We turn from the spot with indescribable feelings. As we take our last look at the treaCheroni steami where ^ eighteofl mortali passed from tite to death, we discern hovering over the fatal precipice two large eagles, whose screams resound above the noise of the waters The roar of the cataract and the eagles' scream! what a fit requiem for these d«« parted red children«  The egg trade recently brought to Toledo a train of seven cars, l2o barrels in each car, and 150 dozen eggs in each barrel or 1,260-lOOO eggs on the train. What a Koko-lnoble tribute to the modest, (dMerOd sad isdiftrioaf heat  A curbstor.o operator— who buys on a margin.  A raee of senlpton^^t Cbi|t-' IsdlABt.  > --.vVíf  i >   

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