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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 pR. yjoOD,  ltcéi<1cnce-«ft) K. MH&IssIpiii ^traet, «fflcc, 31 Virgin.A Avenue, IndiuuaitoliA.,  I am giving 8|>eei&i atfcntion to the treat-mcntul Xav.nl Catarrh.fhronic »n<l aeutc!u>rc Throuti, Hw.trsnv:»» unU Los» of Voie«, Aiith-ma. Ui-on:.hitts, <'oasuin|iti<iu Hcroffula, Kruptive DiMii^cs orthe Skiii. UiseaMi« »t AYouien, HtiJ a\l chn>nio «li^caMS luadingtu Coiisuiiipti->a. I h.ave tiact large exiterivnce lu the trejtiueiit ui'ilise&MîSot tbo nir pa««-liges anil havc ail the improveU Mpi>nratus for a t^ori-tfct liaguosls aitU succed&rui treat-intMit u(° tiiem.  ScM.l fi>r frce Circular on Ci.t&rrfaal and Cotisuiuiitivc ili^eascs.  t>rpjcx IJut-3u irum 9 a. x. to 4 r. M. iâ-nS  [rtom the Kokotuo Democrat, July «.]  EXCURSION TO ANDERSON.  A Good 7ime.  THE HERÁL  jÍBW Jo Jhb j-INB, J^ET JhB pHIPS J^ALt "^HSl^K JhBT ^'I-i.  VOL. 3.  ANDERSON, MADISON CO., INDIANA; FiilDAY MOKNÍNG; JULY 15, 18Î0.  NO. 3.  and found the masters of ceremonies to be Sisters D. Hazard, Sollenbcrger, Downs, \Vootcn, Ilussell and Mcliowan. So on the first invitation we sat down  NapoIcoD'8 Esllmatcof Jesus Cbrl&C  Napoleon, when at St- Helena, , - . ¡asked Count Montholon, "Can  t .. m, , . .and partook of the best dinnerjyou tell mo who Jesus Christ  Last Thursday morning when ion the grounds that day. Deny tvas?" The question was de-your reporter arose, he felt as^it, ye who dare! After dinner dined, and Nopolcon proceeded, gpaii  -ade, .Well, then, will tell you. Alex-ide^ti  TUB BRIGAND'S GOD CHILD, of St. Peter, who was astonished  to SCO who followed him, and proceeded to ofcr at the feet of the beautiful Queen. 8ho smiled on the sinner, who, through his com-Onco upon a time, as the le- pass'on, had been saved, while end says, there lived in good old [»® reverenca at  pain a poor workman, to whom "^r feet, (jod himself had ae-- - ---- '-iiittcd the child of the debt.  A Lesend of Spain.  MSASCRISOTESBABr.  suniT, games were ander  1; then, will tell you. Alcx-|dGfitiny iad given twelve children,tlie child of the debt.  , Cajsar, Charlc.magne and'und nothing for them to live ap-;^^®'«®^» ^a tho re-'And »howi like • jcwelod chaliw.  B7 E1U! ALICìS BlOlfil.  W«ii»aatn«dtholrio»oM baby  Açrriàst tho cn^aifS A liUr KKvi ál tliresbbKI, And táa bor was jast tàlli  f promenades were taUen'„y.elf, have founded great em-lon. x.uw u.s wuo was expecuu« - . ^ ^ ^ , , , . ...  «nt ofa first-class Sunday bchool,|cvery one was pleasantly atten-|,,ires ; but upon what did these la thirte®nth, and perhaps with it ^^e infant had declared it  eeconu, oecause ne naa a xore-itivc to everv one else, and all '/»r«nt!r»na nf iilir tri»nina flpnoild ? I wniiid nttnnoi* n -TrtiirfarNtfli olo/\  Now his wife was is always grace, and.  • the infant had declared it would not enter alone.  Cr3p Praspccts.  .»uu puaoiu.v;^ ^ luinK. J. undcr-.most gone, worK not to be üaa,  people, who gtand somethinc of human nature.land the noor man. to hia siirha and  The official report of tho partment of Agriculture on  at Anderson.!was shown to our ^Vith a Wedern CArw'ta» ^Jco-'houij gratefully <a(e in our inside vest pocket,!fact, and when being duly provided with ten|folks come here cents worth of "fine cut," and a Lstl half dozen cigars, (Steve Lud-'ma  low's best,) aud putting on ^vc did among them at Ander-'devotion that they would havelputed cavern and stronghold of "»t to  ytuiCcimonious cast ot countc-;son. Never have we met a more¡j-ed for me, but to do this it was the bandits. ¡last year estimated the increase  almoit fell over their cap-over 18(38 at more than a million and came very near receiv-'of acres, making an aggi-e^ate of sabre thrust for his pains ; 19,098,000 acres. I Sgur«d a re-  stlv hope they will, they may bejthanman ; lhave inspired multi- calling upon Providence to assistireduce the acreage of wheat has ladetofeelas perfectly at home,tudos with such an eiithuaiastic him, until he came to the ill-re-i^®®^ apparent this vcar, though 1-1 .1 . .... .. . , . - ... extent threatened. I  ptlt ia*J y - » » ------- — «-«r  , . . . 1-, u 1 f 11 I---------------------,----m .icu jl ca» iiia extreme misery made him «uetion this Spring of moro than  and what a terrib y bad fellow welp.,ss.,d swiftly, and at five o'clucklgpoke to them, I lighted up the no object for a robbery, so he w:is,900,0o0 acres, or nearly five per  would have been had it not been every one was "" . . .ir 1_________. :; i.:.____1: Unnt »f loaf *  lor the influence of this blessed for  institution.  While we were in this train of thought, wandering along, heedless of surroundings, we ran, , • a-aiust the depot at the Junction.  as on the train bound I flame of self-devotion in their simply catechised as to his condi-jCont of last year's assumed acre-hearts: Christ lias alone succeed-tion. ¡age. The redaction is the great-  ed in so raising the mind of man lie told his story, which moved est in Illinois—fifteen per cent in No pranks were played, to our ¡towards the tFuscen- that it be-jeren the brigand's heart to pity, winter wheat and eiiihteea in knowledge, on the way up. Every ¡comes insensible to the barriers ^and was invited to supper; a bag  con^pnt-of time and • spacc. Across a of cold and a fine horse were  spring wheat; Indiana, six per cent in winter and twenty in Ohio, four per cent in  The fragrant dew to bold.  Witbnnt the bine birdt whUtled High up in the rid roof tree«.  And to aad fro at the wiodoir The retl rose rocked her be«« ;  And the wee pml fisu of the babj Were never a momoat still,  Strctchin:; at Rhine an<t nhadow That danccd on the Uttice stiUI  Hm eyea were wide m blHeNbellt— Hit month like a floirer cnbloim—  Twu little hare feet, like fonny white mict, I'ccpod ont frora hit snowj gown!  And we thov^ht, with a tarill of rsptar«. That yet had a touch of pain,  When Jiine rolled arouod with her rotes, Wo'U meatara the boy agaia.  Ah me! Jo «darlcrned chftrabsr. With the sao shine «hat awa*.  Through tears that fell like a bitter ndn. We meainred ihc boy to-day ;  And the little bare feet that were dimpled And »we^t aa a bndiHnj rose,  Laid side by side together, In tho hash of a long repose.  Up trom the dainty pillow. White as the risen dawn.  Thp fair litth fare lay smilin?. With the light of heaven thereon—  seven in spring ; Wis-i'^'L^ bandsjike rise leaves  r , ® ' ., \ i Dropped ti-oca a rose, lay »tiU,  Iowa, (spring_mostly) Kcvcr 10 snatch at the sunshine  That crcpt to the shix>uded sill,  of all sexes, ages of life.  folks, who were all standing on ^ the platform, everybody asked usj^""  minrrlin^ iiitK t'.,. Were homc asçain. As we retircd,ivain at the hands of his friends, Lpoa mingling w ith tae ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^ praye;!«! a father of his children, or a  the everiasting haiipiness and bride of her spouse, a man of his  to Anderson? ' l^rosperity of Anders^.. ^^ ^  •'.Ire you gom  Of course we were. What tlie ihundur mouM we be gawking, aroand the Junction that time in JCSh the morning for if we were not going? Couldn't they see by the expression on oar face that we were going to a Sunday School picnic? Burnin;? with indignation, we went into the colTee  Billlugs oil Tito Boots.  brother.  lie nsks for the human heart. He will havti it entirely to Himself. He demands it uncondition ally; and forthwith his demand is granted. Wonderful! In defiance of time and space, the soul 11 its powers and  T hav in mi posscshun, at this initiit, a pair uv number 9 boot.s,!of th« man,with alii  with a pair uv number 11 foot in faculties, becomes an annexation turn, but true  to the Empire of Christ, all who peared within  ein.  house, once kept by the hero, Jo. - f Johnsoij, and amused ourselves! counting over the ii^J 20 we had! , ,  with us, and tasting the train whistled. ller rushed frantically out, and countered, at t!ie threshold, a dozen nice young ladies,  M'e en-huir whoi  sincerely believe in Him, exper-  liad not asi<e.l us inir to .\ii:!erson.  My feet are az a dog's noze the time he wears a muzzle, ink mi feet will eventuallv  peanuts, till the boots to deth  -- ' 1 iiv in ho])c<i they will.  I suppose 1 bed lived long^ long enough not to be phooledjthe great destroyer, is powerless agiii in tijis way, bat 1 hav foundjto extinguish this sacred flame, !thatan ounce of vanity weiirhsjtime can neither exhaust its  at euch good fortune, flew rather than rode to his well-filled dwelling, and arrived there just in time to welcome number thirteen.  Ahoy money  the night was far advanced, mounted his charger and galloped back to the cave. The brigand was astonished at his speedy re-to his work ap-the neighboring  hfc per cent; Missouri, seven per cent; Minnesota, with an increasing population, 'ff*®^/  whilo threntonin. to stop wheat ^f. ^¡¡^-''¿^„■Jk'ru. growing claims an increase of That waited him below; sixteen ])er cent, ard California "And out ef the darkened chamber of fivi» nf»r ponf • Wnr> Vi»--' We went with a childless moan—•  a gain  ience th it remarkable, supernat- old gossip, made every requisite oral love toward Him. This promise for the new born babe phenomenon i« unaccountable—it and disappeared, leaving a bag of  is altogether beyond the scope ot man's creative powers, 'lime,  mg to .\ii:ierson. ho we smiieJ . „ "  l.euiguly oa them and " "" '"n  delie"itcOv if thev were goiÌ.g on b-.-' foot fur a «mail  t!.e exc:ir5Ìon. were politelv Avuid t.te boot-„ mi  tlian a pound ov reason,'strength, nor put a limit to its k?o we siuhej, . ,, L • i 1 ' „ 'iM '.t.  man mistakes ¡range.  one.  ..................friend, azjit. 'J'his it is which prov  "you woull the grip ov the devil, ijnite conviiicingly the Divinity for many a man !iaz caught for'of Jesui Christ. 'Mite a fust rate habit ov swareing  among six girlsf ' -.............. .........^^^ ^^  oursrlves upon v.i..-. boarded the train, fell in  iuforrn^'il ''ao," which, by way, w.is a source of infinite re lief, for what wouM SG '20 be Coa^^ this es  wiiii  three a< jrood V<)ys as ever lived aud aavi  hiz hoots.  This is it which strikes jme most; lhave often thought of ¡lit. This it is which proves to me  Europe fur $ISI in Currency.  a¡)e we 1  Ralj)h Kccler tells us in the .47(ï/i/i<; for July how much of  1 hav promised mi two feet, at least a dozen ov times during mi  atedin'Kokomo,andof,'t^^^';^"f'^ {^'f ^ ho saw for tho above sum:  -should be strangled agin, but I jj^ walked from Toledo, Ohio,  ' ov pam|to Kew York at a cost of 53, and  t!ie train ',^ from a sud- p^j^i >-3:5 f„r ¡»assagc to London  all Kind-^ attack uv tite boots. . . - .  1 1 • 1 „ . . . Jl But tills iz poleinnlv the last  were pldve<!, jokes Mere i/ee, ynaI . r.-f i ♦ • .11" n i {»'ill- of tite boots 1 will  uU were ha;)py.  course eujoved the ride as no oneil"^ I' ^^^.n^rica a-i  would unie;s circumstanced sim-!^'"-)/^'"'"  t...;..-»^ the stumuuick ake, fn  five per cent; West Vir-oy ! lie gave his wife -the!g>"jii and Kentucky show a larger r' and a caress, and, although breadth; North Carolina alone ■ ' ' ' ' in all the Southern States, claims  an increase, some of the cotton States falling off twenty per cent, ricw York appears to have lost four per cent, and New England two per cent.  The season has been moderately propitious as a whole, though not pricisely as farmers wouldj have many localities.  'fÍH:l<.liaa lateiv bc«ia a srea«ile-clláo la  PAl!iT3,01L8JAaM8KlS  We bouffht larfcly staee ibe decline In gold, and>  CAIUNDWILLSILITHECMPEST  TOU CAN SAVE MONET bjjbnying »»  HcEû^rsoB's Drag Siore, AMDERSOg, IND.  iBfllaaa News.  There are t?enty-two colored citizens in Edinburg.  The coal miners' striko in Clay county still continues.  Tho nail works in Torre Ilauie h&vo suspended for a week.  The tax for school purposes in Terre Haute is fifteen cents on the §100.  Grcensburg claims for itself the champion tcmalo wax-ehewer of the State.  church in the disguise of a rich  ilarly. Every one had fuu. Tricks  on of  golden crowns and another purse of gold.  The angels, however, claimed the baby, and the brigand godchild liew to paradise on golden wings, and in the splendid swaddling clothes that his charity had provided for it.  St. Peter, porter at the gates celestial, stirred himself to welcome the little fellow to heaven ; but no, he would not enter unless ucconipanied by his god-father.  "And who may bo he?'' asked St. Peter.  "Who?" responded the godchild. "The chief of the ands."  "My poor little innocent," said the siriut, "you know not what ask. Come in yourself; but  To the heij^ht ot tha sinless anj^eU Oar little one hud grown.  Tbe Revisldn of tlic Bible.  Tho revision of the English version of the Scriptures, ordered recently by tho convocation of  the Church of England, has been confided to a cemmittetfof emin-There have!®'^^ scholars,lay & clerical,who arc been few showers and much sun-divided in two sections, one for shine, pushing the crop into early the revision of the Old Testament  boautiftil  !p/tir i will licreafter  visited Pa.is Strasburg ^ivi^ici-,; . • .  berg, when, having fSO in gold, S'ich as  ever wear; • boarded for four-  wear boots az bigltcen cents per ditm ; found wtiat  Passing through a • r .. -r • i . 1 - ,  countrvAhrou^'h the villages of» ^^ the students did not do-study  Tampico, Nevada, Windfall.! ^^ ,, ^ 1  Frauktoii and Qaincy, we enjoyed^ , Î T T^  , . • ■ 1 \ able to be a phool enny more,  a pleas:jnt morning ride. As ^^^ J ^^^^  passed by harvest fields, and saw J ^^^ j  he.  The child sat d jwn by the door, resolved nctt to enter, nnd plan-  what they did-carouseand vaga-¡»'!'o i" bis little head all sorts of - - • 'schemes to accoinp  when the  bondize. At Christmas he was ijcnniless until evening, when hejl'^^^^ , ,  received C25 from home, for way.  corrc?pondcnce. This sustained ispc  inlish lus pur-liless "  his  ssed Marv  the sturdy vcomanr\' cutting mu • 1 * • 1 ' 1  grain and binding the shcaves.i'^^^.^''' unspecified months longer,  a la  most bodie ridi of  comc wh hell  more pleasant this developed land.  "Why do you not enter, my angel?" she said.  maturity, but promising a yield not equal to the thirteen or fourteen bnshwls per acre of last year, and scarcely e<iual to that of 18(J8 but with an average of eleven busli.'ls. In many places the the prospect was never better.— It some localities tUero is complaint of too little rain, and in others of too much. The rain fall in May was o,uite small in New England, New Y'ork and generally throughout tlie west and in the cotton States. In tho At-brig- lantic States south of New Y'ork, on tho contrary, rains hive boon excessive. In New York, much of the winter grain is not in an average condition ; in Washington county ' it seldom looked worse at this season of the year ;" it is small and unpromising in Cenessee ; the late sown is unthrifty in Livingston Spring ;rain looks better. In New Jersey, wheat has made an extraordinary growth in Cumberland,  no an I improve the powers with ' ichOod had endowed us, by'^'^^y^; ping to beautify and ma^e , " . re nleasant this trreat aud un-; ,  pay  ing:  thcsclcs iz tho only man  aud un-^^'"^^ ' mind now who  could lir.v adored to hav wore tite  Ì had 'carrier! But  only been a wax-this man, Satan's  Many funnv things happcno-l do  -r Were;r'ti;ere."He 'tried iith^'oP'"'^" ' ^ a ounchof thistles which thcbovs !^. ov aktualui,^ magazines unsuccss- ''Vnt the L^od child insisted  had placed in his sent. But our. AT^LoTsY, . 1 "'T. f^  gettin-r too Ion- ^^ ngain ; reached Leghorn withlc  it stop t ) relate! ® than a dime, and got homo '  a whistled,, , , , the generosity of an Americ:  ! I It,, l.ont« l.nvf> no hnwlos ^»v ^ Here he found tuv , . . - , /  h for an article he ha<l sent to  ,ther English magazine, cncAo^^^^^  returnc.l to Toledo after two ' VK® ^  loots and  1 them; he had  such as Jo of was»,e time to be  write for the London magazines He received an unppeeified fortune in replv, while debating . . 11 » » - ' th'itii^^''^ emissary—impossible I An  ^Ytlincarnate demon; a robber, who inc.din, .i„o,.fo. fivo cent.J-^.-^rP-^r^y -  whether poison was easier drowning, and 'visited Italy.  and the other for the New Testament. The first work will be ths revision of the five books of Moses and of the Synoptical Gospels, or Matthew, Mark, and Luke. The following rules are laid down for the guidance of the committee :  1. To introduce as few alterations as possible into the text of the authorized .rcrsion consistently with faithfulness.  2. To limit, as far as possible,! the to and  3.  over the portion to be revised, once provisionaily, the second time finally, and on principles of voting aa hereinafter is provided.  4. That the text to be adopted be that for which tho evidence is iecidedly prcpondcrating.and that when the text so adopted differs  The indications are that the population of this Stata will approximate 2,000,000.  The Terre Haute Expresi says that the eftort to establish a glass tactory at that point has failed.  A Frenchman, with a dancing bear, traveling through the State, receives a great deal of notice from the press.  Two schools for the instruction of German children i i the German lanjuags have been opened in Terre llauto.  A largo wigwam is under process of erection in Terre Haute, to be nsed for Republican meet-jings during the approaching campaign.  The Rush County Teachers* Institute will meet on the 22d of August. Miss Nebraska Crop-scy will bo one of the instructors.  Michael Miller, a German laborer, in Aurora, committed suicido last Monday  Unti««« Itoiink.  ^efoUtrinf ttwc*  imt"%r« voftbyofaiMro tban »-hutyreadifig. Smbli&ds seed not x»ass ihem by, fcf iktj ar* desigaed for WiTM { Attd ^ITOS-should not despise tfaem^ for are addressed to hnsbandtr  Tho rery neateut approacli Ur domestlo bappiseaa on eartli it ia the enltiration oa both ^at of abflolate bsppia^sa.  Never talx at one another, «IftlK or alone or in eoinpanj. Never both ge$ angry at once« Never sneak load to one an— other^nnlesa the hotise is on fire.  Let each other «trivo to yield the oft«nest to the wish of tha other.  Never find fault nnless it 19 perfectly certain that a fault hSii been committed and always speal?: lovingly.  Never taunt with a past mistake.  Neglccttho wholo world besides rather than ono another.  Never make a remark at th» expense of each other; it is & meanness.  Never part for a day withoni loving words to think of during abicnce.  Never meet without a loving welcome.  Never lei tho sua go down upon any anger or greivance.  Never let any fault you havo committed go by until you hava frankly confessed it and asked forgiveness.  Never forget the happy hoar» of early love.  Never sigh over what roighl have been but make the best of what is.  Never forget that marriage w ordained of God, and his blessing alone can make it what it should ever be*  Never let your hopes stop short of the eternal home.  hanging. Pecuniary troubles vras the cause.  The citizens of Rushvilb are indignant bccause their Town .Marshal spent some seven hundred dollars in repairing a railroad crossing. They call it Democratic cconomv.  A man in Irontoa, Ohio, has applied for a licease to marry hi» wife [a womaa to whom he waa united in Kentucky seventeen years ago] in order, he said^^^o quiet a fuss in their church.' Tha first marriage occurred when they were children,  A Pat, an old joker, and Yankee more sly^, once riding together, a jibet passed by: said th» Y'ankee to Pat, "If I don't mak» too free, give that gallows its due, and pray where would vou be'r* 'Why, honey,'said he, 'faith that'« easily known—I'd be riding town by myself all alone.'  A friend of ours was recently blessed by an addition to hi« household. Next morning tha morning, by happy man took his fouryenr old  ta  Mississippi Railroad, and the train passed over him, cutting off his head.  A man named Benjamin Dur-bin, residing in Lexington, Scott  boy into the room to see his little brother, who was quietly enjoying his first mornings nap witU his little mouth open. All wero watching the elder brother, desirous to catch the first obgerva-tion. With eyes firmly fixed as tho new comer, and with »  troublo siitnco, should pulled out  baby's teeth ?'  A prodigal son writes his father from Omaha ; I have tohay<i; my only shirt washed by tho dozen, for it is in twelve pieces, and  has ' much improved" in Hunter- f»"»»« that from which the author-don, and the season has been un usually favorable in Burlington, and is looking well throughout the State.  The crop presents an improved , , - , ^ ,  appearance in Pennsylvania,'PJ^nics, except two thirds ot those promises well in Maryland, and a present approve of the same, but  county, had both of his arms and'il'O smallest hole in it is tho on« left shoulder blown entirely off I Put my head through.' by the premature explosion of a The champion old maid reside« cannon,while engaged in firing a in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Shft  ized version was made, the alteration be indicated in the margin.  5. To make or retain no change in the text on the second final revision by each of the com-  place report is now «nd we can not In due time the traia whistle fur  AXBERFO::.  Here we were met by a great Concoursc of pco{)le, embracing, we believe, the municipal authorities, and the Sunday Sclicol. The Kokomo folks were escorted up town, and on to Stil-vcll's beautiful grove on the west of the town, where a reception speech was made by the S'lperintddont of the Anderoon Scliool, and a llev. Wilson, of this  Tite boots have no bowlcs ov mercy, their insi<lc3 are wrath and pr^iniskins cussing. Beware ov tite boot".  A Hkavy Do8E.—That all the ])eople in California arc not competent to write for the Overland Monthly, is proved by tiie follow-in;: true history : The Avife of a  A long-=tanding difficulty between tlie freshmen and tho up- Pcntanttears nor classes of Bowdoin College! Just then, by the clear moon-culminated one night recently inil'irht, reposing on a rock, and tanner oein-sicK, ner pnysician:at empt to haze the former, uho:f}llv armed, by the brigand. In or kred ^ò"n^ ponder torm the largest class in college. «ìveam his dagger tren.bled in  orkre,l.o.^el)0^^ cri.r.. Ncm f design. b'S h ind. As he awoke ho saw  and made preparations for de-!'car his couch a beautiful winged ' - ■ ■ • lirifant. W ith no fear of the sav-  our  Kod-father; tell him that ho may come, with you to heaven; but he must first fill this cup with re-  fcply by  idase. The Anderson '¿f ^ "üaVter eagíe at'a dose.'"inIfense by foí-tifing themselves in a  Band, which, by the way « the morning, when the doctor re-¡room. The attack was splendid one, played a beautiful ^^^^^^^^^ ^.núcut was dead evi ' ' ttir, after which theie w.ns anothcr^j^^^^, of j nison. f*pccch, aud then the adjournment for  DIXSEIt. It not being twelve o'clock by hour or so, wo mixed in with  Wildman, Philip., and some other, "lou lorgot my j/^^^j^V^tirVin" utter" defeat,  bocamet "No doctor. 1 «"t the two leaving the freshmen in undispn-  good average crop is cutting in V^irginia and North Carolina, M'ith little loss from rust or fal ing in consequenc of heavy rains. The crop in tho South is generally good, though light in some place?, a3 the result of drouth. The Tapphannock (from the Department of Agriculture) is a great  by  on the first revision to decide simple majorities.  tJ. In every case of proposed alteration that may be have given rise to discussion, to defer  national salute on the 4th.  On Monday an unknown man jumped from a skiff into the Ohio river, opposite New Albany, to swim to the shore, but before reaching it he was drowned. Another man, name also unknown, fell from a log floating in the Ohio river, near tho same place, and was drowned.  ion until iier soever  the the  the voting thereu next meeting, w same shall be required by one third of those present at the meet-  success in this region, and is very i^S» intended vote to^be an-generally prefered. In the Red river region, Texas, tho weather has been cool, r.nd tho crop late but unusually fine. It has b' en injured there only by hail and other storms. The crop will be fsiir in Tennessee, with some drawbacks, as lodging, rust, etc.. daring recent heavy rains.  In Illinois, a reduction of perhaps fifteen per cent may bo expected in the yield ; in some  The following burlesque of the blood and thunder literature of the day was perpetrated by the "local" of the Schenectady Star: "'Twas at tho close of a glorious summer day. The sun was nounced in tho notice for the sinking to rest behind the distant next meeting. hog-pen—the chickens were go-  7. To revise tho headings of ing to roost—the bull frogs were chapters, pa:xes, paragraphs, ital-jcommencing their evening songs ics. and pronunciation. —the polly-wogs in their native  8. To refer, on the part ofjniud-puddles were preparing each company, when consideredlthcmijclves for the shades of night, desirable, to divines, scholars and when Sal and myself sat on an  in somo fea^ are entertained that little more than half a crop will bo gathered. When tho plant had a feeble vitality at tho start, thedv  literary men, whether at homo or abroad for their opinions.  The work of each company is to be communicated to the other as in  ihere may be as litde deviation from uniformity in language as possible. When the revision is  pleads guilty to one hundred and ibur years.  A little girl, repeating her» Sunday shool lesson, gave a new version to a familiar passage : ,Y» can not serve God and mamma.*  A lovely girl in Wisconsin recently recovered a hundred and forty dollars damages in iv breach of promise suit against a perfidious lover, and then said: 'I'd give ever/ penny of it just to« have one good pull at his hair.'  Aa ill-matched couple wer® always quarreling. One day th« the wife pointed to a cat and dog that lav together near the stove, and said; 'Look at them ; they don't quarrel.' ^Ah,' growled tha husband, 'tie them together, and then see.'  A little three-year-old Mary was playing very roughly witli the kitten—carrying it by tho tail. Her mother told her sho would hurt pussy. Why, no, I won't,' said she Tm carrying it by the handle.'  old and antiquated black log, listning to the music of nature, such as tree-toads, and now and then tho mellow music of a jack-oountictho cop nrpears in oraort^j-  anion:' tho mullen stalks andi'i^ ori>o"eiits at Ivokomo.  i-y weather has neariy des- completed it will require the con-d It. Accounts before it can  c.,roc„„. .„C ntcur. made «gc man it approached and p e-,troye . iseni 01 xne vrown o^  i- about midnight, and the door was rented chalico. Heidiana are variable, ranging from • j ^ j j ^ •  battered down with an axe. The rubbed his e^-es, aiid thought he|failure to fullness ° ^^^^^  '--------' 'gan, ^^ isconsin, Iowa, Missouri the Episcopal churches of Lng-  Kansas, in fact all tho Western land. This consent will doubtless rol^tates, report more discouarge- be withheld until the revised sec-nth mcnts from feeble growth, drouth, ^^ ^ ^ examined  am hail, rain, and rust than for two'  came laden with summer's sweetest perfumes.  While passing a house in Tir-»  iii conduct ycais past,'and render probable,i^PPi'O^c^by royal comuiis-Sal's wai?t. She was toying with  The lust rays of the sitting sun ffinia, two drummers observed tk glanced from the button of a sol- very peeuliar chimney, unfinish-itary horsemen, had shown thra' cd, and it attracting their atten-a knot hole in the hog-pen, full in tion, they asked a flaxen-haired Sal's face, dving her hair with an urc'.iin standing near the house if oran'i'e peelliue, and showing off it 'drawed well," whereupon tho my thread bear coat to a bad ad-'aforesaid urchin replied: "Yes, vantaf^o. draws the attention of all tha  One'of.my armr? was aroundid—d fools that pass this road."  •nd cool«d us oft, by a processi Was it in gold.' "  simple i.rd easily learned. After' "No ; I did not have the S^l'J'¡"r ,^^ ininred The'assistance  •holing u, through the Hj:..u>:«o I made up the amount la sil- ^^^ j^^l^iiK^Ullegr'gov^^^^ office, which I? conveniently ar-ycr." ^ acviuu „ b , _  ranged, we proceeded back to the - ' ,  grove and began to look around A mother has been before the tor dinner, which was spread out London Courts endeavoring , likeamap all over the grounds.'retain posscfsion otherlittlj  Iking np into the southwest whom she kt out to «'\^trave!ing.J»  ,a much smaller aggregate pro- sion. Then the little fellow.related'duelion than that of last year,  and very likely a smaller yield¡gficaXins RIglltOUtIa MCCtin?.!^ than that of lo0'8.  my auburn locks ot hue ;sh  a jet black Some years ago the relativemer-  lis was almost gone and I'its of George Cruikshank and lis was ditto. She looked like a brother were contrasted in an Igrasshopper dying with the hie-; English review, and George  f.nd I felt like a mudturtle;spoken  Simon.  is not yet reported.  The breathed wildercd.  A Prufiian secretary, now inìfifì'-irc am Constantinople, writes: 'There the gj, den is nothing to do; no one to speak I budaenfy to- if you go out, you must go like ,burst; two rox a gouty cripple, in a sedan chair,j;iU8lied irom hi arrt awakened nvprviwas hlled, and_  ______________,  comer of the grove, we ospied a caravan manager at SCO a year long table, anrrounded by fa-ion the condition that the boy,  MIull, an<l not claim to be Boston-, . - .  s eyes. Ihe cup  the radiant infant .. ^------------  ^Irs. Mary Burston, of Lafayette, was severely injured by an  mounted with him to the skies. Into heaven the litllo one en-  i-ttni;'^ tho ab-jpslute, sani' y-c f." i'lir« .'  olition party and its negro allies] ¡>h(' ¿ive clean out and und'-r  pay it." Why don't tho pensib'e squattcil in iny lap, and t hugged joad :  tercd, currying tho wcll-ûlicd cup angry cow a few daya ago  1 Democrats keep ihcads (^uict?  theáü Copptr-  her till I broke my sn=^])endcrs, IIow is thi^t for Patlioa T  Til.ili'l,; to Ú letter r. we "Pure (Suuon),  le artiNÍ.í cordin-ly ilio real  nauio of tho celebi ated caiicatur-iwt, George Cruikshauk.''  ÉÊÊm   

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