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   Danville Union (Newspaper) - May 28, 1874, Danville, Indiana                                 ■ .--A..-,.. . .  -a?ÍíE -ÜSíiON.  PüBtlSHEÖBT.  "fe -1  ¿rjsro.- so:E3A:Ee/GXE3,  AT »ANVItLB, INDIANA.' ^ TERMS OFlUBSCRrPTiOJi :  Ob* Copy three i&onUik......  Onfc copy six months.. One copy one yesr.;..^;'.........  VOL. ll-NO. 7.  DANYILLE,  CLOTHING.  ||EW |ORK QKE jpsaCE 2  XOTHOTG  E  OTTS£  MO 8 S LE B  ^ 97 East  OTT—  B B O T H E R S ,  ' - -V OBiisy':®^«»  Tüc Boy With îbe Hickory ShlrU  Arejwt weir»^ /A^ /«»y«' trW «/«(eel «'-»ci ^ Cloihv^g for ^^U, h^n wd cWWrr» rr.r •Aoir» MittunpolU. M'i'. aj!xc Une oj and Frnte^ tcoHr  ' K"e import that tjood», aad hate the httt factliur* Jt^r manf/a.  Ci^tipS* end fantahini»'. %etvr\vj f« Slate,  ^ ' èoÒDS WARRANTED AS REPRKSEXTED, OR MONET Î  ■ -.:0:—:-  VÌRa 'ILYÖlSr,  Salesman.  %  BOOTS & SHOES.  Î :  1  INDIA^ IlSTDIA-lSrA.  -:U:-  SM^rlng miA Summer G&pds at €3rreatl^  Mteaucea Price».  I^OOI£ A.T- OUR miCia LIST-.  L»{lie«' ¿¡uc 18 thread Serge Gaiters----  ": " 16 " " . .... u 'it « "  " , Pebble Goat Shope.. ^..... .. ■ " French Kid side lace Shoes..r: . ..  " " " button " .......  L'bildrcn'e Cplbt-ed Shoes...............  Neil's Oxford Ties, pegged..............  " " fiewcd..............  Diikc Alexia Ties................  Bigiriark'p . . " ................  Conjfrcss Gaitei-s, sewed, box t(»e.  French Calf Boots................  Pldw Boots...................  A fig for yooriuppcr ton t>oy», • \Viih theirfanes and eignrs and cye-glas«c8: Their dauUiCed »iri nad soft »yus.  Winking down on «ach. girl that posaos: They may guzzle clanibnfeo anil chuaipsgae.  And pride r« ibt ir very high birlh; Bat give uo jhixt ta4 that gocü piain, . The boy witU the uicUory ahirt.  He ro«D J »3 a,barrel, and bro^rn  As live ptanh in tho miti-nutatun »nn; From th<ï ^clîe of his i'iytt to his crotrn, llü ií l)rî«îfr.S of fr<'íii antl fan. -?«i>ï afrii'd f>f hard work or of cold, . Ho is fcariost! roa;;li, wiihdut hurt; ni» honf r's ¿s.^iio'l a? pare ^Jd— The bey with tbe faiokory shirt. ,  To 5ay his big heart cannot beat  With kindness f<tr parcnu snd broÀhcrSj Would picture hi« traits incoiupletc. , If hw Fiaters shared not with Ihe others, in fact he's a broth of a blade; _  1 iinn^t fathom how Jnnch he is worth: But the poor içîrr« fortuna is mado. That get». Jim wtih the hickory »hirt.  The Traaiits.  »T r. K. dteBBT;  iU to  u u u  II  "We ndvertisc nothing: but what vre liare got. Sed Free of Charge if ihe.v ripp.  AH goods warnnntcd, and raend-  cuiembcr tbc  Place. tNo. 5 Bktes Ho«sc Block.  [M«r:h lO-lSU]  ÍÍ  HÁ lUXW jJtÈT TÍfWi^^^ Vt &c.  MOOR  KEEP? A OENEilAh ÄSSÖRTJiKXT OF  HAEDWAEE TABli]3 & POGEET CUTLEST,  STDVE© OK AX^IL. jtiniDB, Tin aiui SUeet^Mironwaw^e^ of His ewn  * ManMTacture'.  ; - . ... ». . . ■ .. .. .. - > . ; -  foô- \V*BrkaM RépaiHñg'^tí'OftéHvitli neatness and di^rttitch' ftetr Brick« ITùb Frsiit, Korthtiftst Corner PabUc Square,  DÂHV11LE, ÍHBIAHA.  „i-  Dttfcvber 5  "I^t's 'îiof'koy, Jaìik,' tWá afternoon,  .\nd haré a g-ttne oi batí, Of onc-oíd-tat or two-old-cat  Or any catat aìl'."  ' " ' ' ■ •  ^nd Charlio Whìtc .'snd IJary BIaìte .And Tom and WlUie P«tdo W.tde off aerosi tho I^sfcon's field, Wcll out of sight of ecbool.  -Eut, ss lì:cy cîîtnbod the Deacon's fenco,  PiKir fiiia ìBUi-t pu.'ih asry A horact'? ncìt. nnd tliaa vfbat camc Yûu know as wcîl as I.  Ala.-! it Cniîhcd Tommy's sport  Ijcüiri? 'twaí Kcli bi'Siin: And i'ack in fihnol h:s lear-stained face Appcnrcd at haîf-past ono.  ^"No two-oIiWat to-àay," gaid will, Aoiì tbiough tbc corn tbey go: lìiit VfUy sbouïù lGekle;5 lìnl forget Tbe ditì.-h shat ¡.n.v bolow?  ÏTith fhoulder lamed and Jácket tom  And ioryhead black and blue, Hi.< heari aquakc, |.'oorHarry BlaUe Umped ìuio scbool «t two.  "Xf cne-oìd-cat to-daj/' taid Vì'ì/  '•Xo CSC fvr Iwó to try, Givc tne the ba^f, and do yoar boat At catcbìnj on the fly."  *  PcrUap« "ttras onìy Chcrlio's faoU  That U t r«e ball slip tbroagli: - .f. IÌ!jt .11 ibc if ibt.fil a swoolcn ños« '*  Arrivcil al hall- pad two'.  Alasi onr pHCr ut>lo/it:nr.tcs— .  lietiured f.onl fo«r,ìo one, ,  "So úatíer," iMjd stnrdj WiJI;  •"I'3l,t««5i sad catch oione.," ~  His ìoncly «râmc wss brief, indecd. •  Tfae ball lo<ìs<d i» a irei". And «ncck, r(r|i«^sni j!a,=<t«r VTili f lunk iiìto itìtool at thrccì  Hitictì excitctii  and-reínetant al mn^istrarc. òr the Tro3- Tìm^ do.ccrìbe.5 the aci: ing- to regrret tht poon itR he had, píñnfnlly uiovctfô sob.«. This? wns j ho«-over,' to his lèìÌ (ation when ih^ i ; tody said thut ' (h.MVJiig' ronifi tO'''( Bnn Frnnciico, fœ ter btnnt^ Jcft a IVsthnr's deal]»), the .«ntne as thafc1_ was hi:« own lon|t-J ci-'s danjihter's yvl^ overcoat (hims<¡ prosecuting fov 'I fainted al the It did not takciol prt)secnting to c!òsc=? wiiir.thcí:^ , cíe and niece" în:j .announced earh a nco.st ra I hora w the Ptoien""packag8 0| cxphiined, and per reader niay^ns ■w^lJ'! 0« mi;ta ncail^o^ct]  wri  mim  xetirhi--iti) vras  m\  B^-hoId the all tboir »port.  Their t'> x^lW . ;  So onc-oid-eñ^Pld tvfô-old-caïi , • Xor any cat «£ aiJ., '  Pitman s ^v'ob {rood deal lately; thieve.«; so the Ó1; er ftay, toadetî h'" and cxprcs.sed bombard the lir obscrveil to hält ed ne,« ti a y inorn conn, and. as he home nniil late ir Pitman fi'U it her on the woodpile, about dusk, anti ftti yaril In- thoujrht i; in enouffh wood to  í ;áío,tarages of •ntléina'D, the btli-I'wifh coa'rscsalt lefermination to Vwho should be kthe' timber. On litf'bad lo attend-fòt expect to'i'^K re?" evening. Mrsr. kçeV> an eye  JP.itiiisrn rfttnrned 0Waliced np the Ughf as well carry SI'".« all night. He had juiit i>laccd;the fpnrih''slick on his arm when an citplQSion occiirrcd, and the.^anie nmment he jell as if a inillion red-hot (inrningjiefdtes were dancing iip nntl down hiki^ffels lie liad heard irom iVIr'«. PilqiAni .Ttle yielded with pain, and dropping' rhti; wood, niost of it upon his tOPSj'fvoJiWl to the ground. Ju.st as lie , 3lrs. Pitman  ~slahding in therkftch^n doorway with  re.st." and con-  .».^.Garernor Pareli; of Kentucky, wSs jji^Tcr.an onitoK.b.ut his .couversaUonal 'liftrvatèlliuff'.iuà qùàlitiès SvereTèmark-  • ■-''llis'grcat iortc:.Iay;-in 'establishing a personal ~iniiinacjr éyer.y „btib  he nièt, and- in this .way lie was povr-erful Bi èlectiotìécr|q%. '  i :11c chéwcd 1§|nch^àantiac^ to "tacco,? bat>ne ^ '  'states ór 5i<piïiiitl5 The'origiuatoi^-J  ìirìr^p^hnd  jirîl A» iÄ  ^cjfíb'rtincH.''  xotecis^^^^^'df ilim: i  . .CftfcTttBn'd'^^ .coming . on boat^T^ fell iiito co'nve'i-sation 'with a 'passenger, who made inquiries about Powell. .. . , .  •'He livds.in' voar .place, I beliove, don't he?"  '•Yes one of our oldest citizens."  . "Very sociable mail, aiiVt he !"  "Remarkabfv so."  ' Weil I thoiigiit so, I think he is one of the moRt sociable men I ever met in ihy life—woiiderfully sociable. I was introduced to liihv ever at. Grayson Springs last sbromcir. and ho. hadn't been with i^c tpn minutes when hebeg-all the tobacco I hadj got his feet.up in my lap, and spit all over me—remal-k.t-blv sociable."  How the Indians Diui.  children's shôcs,~\yHâtt:èçcir^  his invention, had rijMnïly^J.Vol^ his.Jiii  ferestin the re-issù^ ôË '.fhc.patent foi-  ' -Fròncc'last v—" -  .tonèofnìàrói-oii  2,000,000 oystera'to^8li,.whlch. are csti-niated to proddc^a netr>evennc ta the government of £10,000.".  In a report ¿h the enamels, employed to coat the interior uf cast-iron cooking nten^ils. M,. Poggiale states thtt'iiianv bftliese enamel? contain lead« and dilut'e acids, at the boiling point of water, extract the le.id in a majority of cases.  A ham, well packed in charcoal, after the usual smoking, will keep fer rears. Butter ih p'ots, \vell surrounded' with' charcoal, will keep for twelve monthsi. Each atomof charcoal can absorb 1,000 times itsbulkof deleterious gases. r-[Hairs Journal of Health.  Prbfessor DarWin i5 the happy possessor of a practical supporter of "his pe-  and^evje^'J  The Hartford CaurarU evolves the "SîViv^'^lVÏ® the first  gorilla ever tamed. It is described as a  thc-kjtcl his**?rearm at^fpaiit' templating hcfrfV Pitman's tir.8t.jtiioti fiuddenly beeñ'án bût judicious Ues'  ___________"X^ÎVS.  life insurance,' screáníed to .. lery and flèi^JÎ Jons of áfnrní " ■that -chclm'd. <ïalled\hc,se ri'cd hiin inij that she misti then sh&'á' waf! all- ver  ftv  with serenity, as that she had by an insane realize npoit his Biit wlic'n he tlropped her art iL-i^cene with expresi-frjcfat the discovery ffld- Pitman. She antt as they car-otise. she exphtined ;toV a , thief, and ïpittpait said it bitt what guafts  1SÍT2.  BK.\I>>iHAW.S 31 ÜSICAX, PAL,. CE.  W, A.  ÌMVe iti a Cottage.  A cottage. pot'tii-Mlly spcaking. is a «mail, iTul pi<-ture~quc domicile, etnbowcred in ro>cs. and situai ed "ncar i a wood." iidiipu'd to the accuniniudii-s ti(»n ol thrcc individui!?, u yt'iitk'UKin. 1 hi.s vvite, and a lUtlc l'oy wiiìi bow and •  itmaiTsiti^iiRtetl that uo oughn' tto mind a litflcsalt; it would do itim good. She urged that love was better ihan anything else fov preserving ineat. and that his logs wotild probably Vk> alivr and well Mid pr.'»ncing around tlio universe when \he rest of him was dc-.id ftri'i fpoi'«'«}- , That  <1 /I n /-I Otr/fl* snliiliiKr IIn  so'iie philslogical doubtas to the phrase •After him with a sharp stick.' It may have occurred to many that the 'sharp stick'referred to is the mnch-feared'Jan-unry bill.' And it would seem, there was.some ground for thi.«. Ihe Neesh-puan Indians of California have not the brntal and disagreeable habit prevalent among us of sending dunning bills. AV'hen one Indian owes another, it is con.sidered bad taste, as it is, for the creditor to dun the debtor. He proceeds with more delicacy. He procures a certain number of sticks^ according to the amount of the debt, and paints a ring around the end of each. These he carries and tosses into the Intliair's wigwam, and then goes awAv without a word. The delitor pays the debt and destroys the sticks; it is considered a re,proa"ch to have dunning sticks thrown into the wigwam,and the creditor never u^ses them except with hard customers."  Gossl'^.  "VTc condemn' gossip—scandal's twin sister—yet it is a fault, easily committed. AVe begin by agentle'deprecia-tory reference to somebody's intirruity oftemper, and we lintl ourselves specifying a particular time and scene,whicb s'traightwav the one who hears tells  DEALERS IN  PIANOS, ORGANS,  ■I  XXD  You will save money bybuyingyonr paints, oil.a, sj^iti glass at the Hoo«icr I Drug Store, oppo.iite the State House. Their motto is "quick sales and small  MÏJSIC.4JL. XlSSTÏftXJîrllE^iTS OIT AX^T^  i'»  ■Sf ..  'S. PAI.ACE OF SnJSIC,  44 aitd 49 East Was Lgton St., Inái.-mapolis, Ind. ^  } Brc:id, chec^e and kisHCS are all suffic- obtain one.—il/ex ^i/eicr. ieitt; aiid, in the nb^ence Of grost^er iteui-, the i'|iiruiea{«i {¡iie la.^t mentioned ¡s ot itseli, fxcellont love-in-a-cot-taj^co tare.  What cares Cupid for catP«—eat(;s .. with a C. we nu-an, for k.itcs with a K P'®"'®-are a diflereuj matter. He laughs larders, as well as Ittcksmiths, to scorn.-He feeds ou fancies and, like his bil-1 liotts brulher, Ji'silousy, itrows by what : he feeds on. Such, at least, is tliesen-i tiuicutal notion of that «.pooniM- little i divinity, .IS Uie .gui'st of cottage ten-antetl by a cashie.s.s pair.  J{ul sober prose, a bhill" fellow,  f April 10. 1873-1  ~ deliirhts in throwing cold water on the i scitfTold, but bled to _______ beautitul and the tendef. sngrgests that s t'»« preciiits of the i^is  BOO SHOES.  Power of Imagination.  A mati of science in Paris once prevailed on the Minister of ju.«tice to experiment oh a murdcreivwhó was con-demed to dc.ath. The criminal ^yas ot high rank, and he was intormed that in order to save the teeiing,« Of his fami-that would not be put to death upon  ■ " . - - death within  although from  hná SSOESÎ!  -O-  J»—  prison ;  , money less couples, who hope to retain . »>»•« di.-icasc would be free ; lovo .-li» a pernninenr lodger, had hotter, !>«>''>• »'S' eyes wereban.laged. he was look to their windows, out of one of which, if nothing for dinner conies in at the door, he is «tpt to fly. Any one 4 who hasfeen a portrait of the boy  potent  fun^ atid half the gossip in the social world is of ihe unthinking kind indulged in merely from a spirit of drollery. Far worse is that' other sort of talk which ends in slander and begins in malice, and which separates friends and sunders the ties of years of intercourse with its sharp antl jarring discords. The only way to avoid this evil is to refrain irom making the affairs of oor friends a staple artricle of conversation in the household. There arc plenty of subjects at band—let us avoid personalities.  Ì.1MCPR  -A^ÍD  LAMP-TEUaSÈ^GS' ÔSîtSBAÊLÎ ,-'' f  . ñ ■ . M.  jV o. 15. Souih Jfcridian Styeet, ^ v  [NDIANAEOLIS,. '  [March 19-1874} • '  FIJ IST X ATI O.VAL BAHS.  J. R. Cop», "Pres't:--'  s »V V.  TB03Ì.ÌS, Caahior.  FIBST NATIONiL BIKK  -oir-  móst courteous diner-olit", very particular as to its food, and insisting upon a "nightly ration, of h.Qt ruiii and wnter, sweetened with honeyliefore retiring.  Australia has recently disclosed a new treasure to the geologist and miner. This is white coal. It consists of felted vegetable iiber.s, like peat, which contain interper.sed between them fine frrains of sand. This white coal covers larg.e.tracts, requires no mining, and is used in large quantities as fuel. It is easily combustible, and btirns with a bright tlame.  Collections M'ade on all Àccb^ ^i-blc l*oi«ts, and Proceed» P romptly Bemitted.  . It is stated that at the recent Scientific Congress at Rome two Neapolitan physicians submitted to the nieeting a liquid preparation for stopping instantaneously the flow of bipod faom wounds of every description., . A c^-missipn of physicians have performed experiments with it in one of the happiest of recent discoveries, and as pnr-on tlia.J)attleT.ß&ld.  - - -  Interest Allowed On  TIME DEPORTS,  And on  CURI^EIÍT ACCO  By,  How to Please.  "One great secrct of pleasing others lies in our wi.sh to please them," said a father to his daughter, discoursing on the "small, sweet courtesie« of life.'' '"I "want to. tell you a secret. The way to make yourself pleasant to others is to show them attention. The whole world  MjGoU ut Our Múrices  o  ...............................I.  %ê  Tidies* fine IS thread GsiJter^ Ladies* fine l»i thr^Hd L^i^i Gaiterw l^<idit»<4' iiHt» M thro'.id l^si Gniteni;':. Lndiei»' tin« li! thretd Qjiiiersi . . . , XndtCiC* fine 11 thresd Lh«! Gaiters.....  I<)idiei>* fine Pebble Goat ..............................  Men'it B Calf Bool.................. ....:..................  • Shoen. a }coood art icic....................................  BlenV Bo* Toe, ConjsresA................................----  V Men*«'1lne Sewed Bo6ts.......-.......................t----T, .'.v  ' ' , - ■ ' " . -  C«me and use onf good« and learn prices.-  i*  •V  M I  tK)  v> r 'Ì  1 ÙÙ 1 -25  1 tx>  2 00  3 50 1 25 200  4 00  ! Cupid, and no'ed his cbubbine>-^ ofout-; line.must know. <ifc«Mtrse. that he is no J ehameii'on. to live t>n air. From a rot-îige where jliere is notlting to eat. and more sentiment than iudu!>try and en-«•r:ry. he i<. pn-tty sure to ni:tke olF. .at  λ 4.,  strapped to a table, and at a preconcerted signal fQur of his veins were gently pricked with a pinl' At each corner of  the table was a smsUl fountain of water _  so contrived x«s to flow gently into a i is like the miller at Mansfield, 'who bjisin j>lneed to rcoeive it. Believing j cared for nobody—no, not he—because that it was hi» blood ho heard flowing. S nobody cared for him.' And the whole he gnidualiy became weak; and the j world would serve yon so il yon gave i-onversttiifin ot the doctors in an under- them the cause. Let people see that you tone ctmfirmed bini in bis ©pinion.: care for them by showing them what tM^Vm-tunit^. in'Wan-h ofVo^^ "What iinL blood !" said one. "What a ' Sterne so happily called ¡be small cour-qu-trs. i-: ^nm.- ^h..utv. perhaps, where pit.v tbi.s mai. .should be condemned to te«ies. in which there is no parade, Ihe vul.'-.r ">trden -rows rabba"e sind die! he would have lived a long time." whose voice is too still to tease, and uotio^MuJ li" ^ "Hush!" Mid the other; approachingi which manifest thejiiselves by tender  sr. u mu^ flnvor of beeli^^^^^^ the first, he asked Jtim in a low voice, i and alTectionate look?: and little .acts of  onions ^"^^ ^ibutsoastobeheiird.n,y the criminal,attention, giving others the preference  There, eaii be  a dinner of herbs....... ---------....... . , , - » -  I stall of ox and hatred therewith but »«ready aboitl ten poandft  : when it i«?^»»! herbs and no nx the vear m«» w now in a hopcl^ii state!  round. djsgiUK if not hatred, will be ^ he physicMn^then receded br degrees,  ' JREMSrAlfTS:-,  Xellie Grant Sartorts is nineteen.  Elviria had a snow storm on Monday of last week.  The friends of cheap ti-axisportation jntend holding a convention at St.Louis this fall.  There arq over 47,000 pieces of irietal in every locomotive and tender made at the Baldwin Locomotive "WorkSjPhil-adelphia.  John Jay, United States Minister to Austria, has arrived in New^ York on leave ot absence.  The House Committee on Civil Service Reform will report in favor of an appropriation for continuing the Com-missiou. ^  The dtiel between Prince Metternicli and Count de Montebello took place near Paris the ether day. The Count was wounded.  The Congressional delegation from the States which have suffered by the Mississippi overflow are endeavoring to secure a further appropriation from Congress for their relief.  as^iiitrsf  HOOSIBB OBOÒBItX.  DA WILLE, JNblÀNA,'  ■ " ' í but so as tobe hwird the criminal, ¡attention, giving others the preference  IP no doubt Ibftt "better is "How manv poand<t of blood arc in tho í in every little employment,, at the table, Jrbs where loie t^hSn^ human bodV '^wcbly-foor; yon .see jn tho field, walking, silting andstaml-i t)io.-«>wiiii hilt already about ten ponndft extracted: ing."  .tasKiwia»-»«-^ • Si--.  eT. W. .AX>A.MS,  Opposite TBtiteM Xin^annpoilfii, Jínd;  ' : , j aia-y 14,» -  and coiiiinaetl to lower their The stillnefci^ which reigned  voices.  MlSRCAXTltB.  I. dis^i|l  verv likelv to take love'« s.place at the >board. Upon the whole, therefore, sub- The atillneif^ which r^ignca in this • stantial and permanent "wedded bliss" apartnfcnt l>rokcn only bv the dripping is scearcelv tp be hoped for in a cottage f»nni«in, the sound of which was ^rad-' where thc?B is^n^re pia%' for the imag-, lessened, so affected the brain of - - - the poor patient that altnottgh a man of  very strong cdnstitntioii he faintetl and di^ withbttti liavjiig lost ^a droj^ of  A masted Mttrderer.  The undersigned takes pleasure in iiiin«BB«:ii^ that he is ;!UU on bands with . -  A Large & Fresii Stock  Of all kinds .«f Fancy and Stylish  GROillllfiS, PROriSiONS  iimEMiWARE, GLASSWABE, STOSEWARE,  "Welland canal if cident toa löck*.  disabled by an ac-  inatlon than tlie teeth.  Grán^tW! l;ookattbis:  gorier Drugstore, s selling s<»ods ài retail at wfaoléaalo  : - pìrìcés. : Gîtc him a càlj. ,  Irfistt mA Gaitu  \"^mÍaBle7:'ÍK w ' fo ^bC''  feanöiirzedw of  . , . . .. . the trials to whictf tliey .are constant-  Sömtt tiië weather ly subjected» Ono midsumtncr day.  An bid upholsterer was barbarously mnrdered, some months ago, in his apartment in Paris he was found with . ^^ his .skull open, the neck severed with » . razor, and a matress over the remains.  ' ~ The mnrderer carried off money and railway scrip; He has just been ârreft-ed anifmade full confession. After the crime he entered the.restaurant, ordered oysters, and found a clôt bf his victim's blood had dropped -oii them he rose and took the train to^Bni^el^ disposed of the scrip, but the old tnanïwitîi  his clefl sknll haunted .him ; he believed ' it interposetl in all hi^oings ; was the  A "Lord iJarry" is tho latest cause of suspicion in Chicago.  The Sonthcrn States' banana crop last year was unuatially large.  Champaigne made froth oranges is becoming a popular Florida beverage.  The London Standard says Qtteen Victoria will visit Russia next fall.  The New York editorial excursionists took in Nashvilie Sunday and Monday.  Mrs. Susan- 1|nrbridgo' has been nominated for Postmaster at-Bopklns-riile, Ky.-  According to Judge Gook^ng,' Edr warde comity. III., has riot had a grog shop for fiftcoii^year?.  A nurse girl, with a mania for miir-derjng her little charge8,.i8 the horror; of Harrodsbnrg, Ky. i;  W. J. PollockjPostroasteratBrowiis-Ville, Nebraska, goes' tip for one year for mail robberr^ , • "  Middle Tennessee.U ontragihgall Ihe finer feelings of Pennsylvania, by ship ping irbti to California. 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