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   Democratic Pharos (Newspaper) - November 1, 1871, Logansport, Indiana                                RUFUS SIAGEE Publisher LOGABTSPORT INDIANA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 187 VOL 3NSURANCE ASSOCIATIONS jflTIZEXS B L A S ASSOCIATION Vlnes parable tromSOili lo I aontn the 5eay ui ms JO Kuurih rert R salaT loaa meetiui flri in escti month T VJ Secy U S MUler B ju No 1 Dues payable from the o SOtto oi iach mmh lo the atCouiitv Treasurers otHer iioueyloansou the first Monday ill month at the Court House C U MKCSiANUfS N L IA A jmysiDltfrom ItiK luli 10 7 a of tacn noulb meet tliird iloadav in eacli mouth vrheii Joans are oi ferrd jVrauS 1resl G Brown Secy HARTFORD FSRE INSURANCE COMPANY HAETFOED OOHN in 1S1O S L ASSO Dues payable from ISL lo 5h of luuuth tiie Secretary at tiie t otSce Keralantitung lor lons Moiidav of each moiitti at Court K t Miller Frest C Hunt 5OOTS AND SHOES j HrOH CRVWFOItO MaiiufaelurrraiKl Ieslenn sjbufs No llO AiurI ket street PostOffice bulldiueJlogHtis f port S No 1U1 M s tias arid Caps DRUGGISTS 3ISOX DCXS Prescription Drug Stole 112 Jlsruet St Proprietor of Dunns SriaRise Bating Powtler and SlRndard rre parutious V w Usbeti Bridge ST Druggist eslub Marital street ol DfcNTiSTS DTK I I Dentist bos Horn Marstt stieei to 10j broad way above itie Dentist Koorns No 85 Broadwttv cor St DRY GQODS TOHX to A tJ in pie tuid Fancy Dry uioods BUls Miir I Hviuxe 21 Gl Broadway Matins J21 EKK1A3I A RICK and uil Dealers in Geaeral ilercliif udi3e T GEriTS 3I UODS TTGGEXMEIUER7S Market St buiidmt City llttter anil GROCERS OHX DSETXX dealer iu Groceries Pro THE IRONCLAD NEVER SURRENDERS ted by the Storms of 61 Years and still Is Sound Pays from her Surplus of Leaving her magnificent Capital of M Untouched and A QUARTER OF A MIL LION SURPLUSTO SPARE rfISef the Best GET HARTFORD POLICIES H B ALDEICH Agent OSSiCK Gnllory corner Crtuulwny nncl Foitrtli Mis 2w23 visions 53 Bridge St caors r iQaCiulua1 purposes pure ii CO doaltvsxu Gro isioris SiaH Sse No C HARNESS Jt SADDLES H TtiOSXPSuX N 75 SL inanalielurr and dealer lu Saddles ess Uliips Spurs tlv Neis Truveliiii Ae 21 INSURANCE ACENTe M Keal Eataie Fire and Lilt IuuruiiCc Aent comer Market a rllin sirceLs represetiis followUK Kepublc Mercfcauts CUICM gi leveiiiuil Imperial London Lniou n 22 A Fire Acci ieiiv lusaiauce Aaeuis UlUce several of me erica LAWYERS XASSK11E Atlornty No iJ hrurU fiil ueir ri AtUney at LHW Oflace Fourih Court Hunse Lo FSIKOtSiEST Altoi Hi NoUtrv iuoiic OJScr No Fourth ieet oppcsHe Court HuCUiC Wui hlleuu reiallv tu ull of busiutss Ib JA leaaK ouiid Logaosporl 21 Ali al Law in rthaa Court C MctiKKiiOK yuo Coauselor iit LKW Ufflce Kooiu Pnu s Court House teution iJ frtbnte and Notarial bu smstf also loan kiucls of Cultivations an J AiKrcey at Law nm1 Ufiice o 7 St K Aliorueys al Law iho court House OlilJfSi rHATT Attorneys at Lav ur 1 JrtJ T S U PraU Attorney at Law Ofiice lor iie present over John jrayi store jourih street 05 seltcltd and Ii rvrmtrry occupied D uppusUfc Cmirl House J swan City fel JLantis bought preempted and taxes paid THE Fire Insurance Company IS RIGHT Her paidup Capital nmonuts to thestnpen dous sum of Eight MiUions of Dollars in Gold IX answer to an inquiry in reaard to Ihe losses of tbis Conpauy by Hie Chicago I the following dispalnh from the General Agent of ihe dime ol Indiimn IXDIANAPOMS Oct 11 IS71 A M right at losses oue iiundrud itud ttrentyllve which will be paid Imme diately O B DAVIS General Aetit The entire capital of the Company wheth er in this country or Europe is for the ecurliy of tne olicy Imlder In fact tht sone of the coudiiioas inserted ia every policy will be in this Company iuir iites bv A M HfGGINS AKCUL Ill MarKet oginspnrt Oct IS 1ST I s Alkiusou John B Shulty Wllliml Ci Nash Allen llichardson Win H Stanley No 7 It K ThoinviKou Instph Uhl 11 fltjfi Street Aoeounts 8iic d uu uusuunitrs Hbenilly dealt with Knur jKr cum iiiieresL ptiit on depnsiis ImiiuitMy days und over Kvery facility aflorditl for ji banUlnsf busi utss of dUcounl ami ilepofiii No circuila llon S iOS r the benefit of and srajll dt ihu Direciors have luldetl i Savings Ueparrnifctit to Hit Lluuk It will be npeu niajiUirduysu n To eii s four Interest on sill monthly in hiijikvti with this HUM j s reinruwl irom city with i ami sioclr oT MILLINERY GOODS Wuich she i S ny clieaper thsin over es du not Jail 10 cull bulb re inr Miii NO 45 FOURTH STREET Ostricli Feathers Eenoyated sio o look IM as new at MRS TUCKERS MILLINERY ROOMS NO 45 FOURTH ST SUMMER STRAW HATS 5 X TtrU55AX5 r Jusl LI Tlivy can ht coiored ItKliea pruler I be place Ko 45 FOTTUTH STREET apstairs FliML clonv north of ilrsL itluual Biuii Sepr SO ISTI Sin is Ann otiaees to tlie Xiadies tliat lie bas returned from tlie 12ast Twitli a Larger and Fiaer Stock of MILLI NERY and JLADIES FUa HISH2NG GOOJS tlian lias ever been browglit to Logansport for Fall and Winter Wear at sale and Retail Ladies isrill find it a treat to look at his Goods wlietli er tiiey tvisli to buy or not Ozir Gloves ara wai ranted not to rip or tear wlxen first put on Hoop Skirts made to or der S large stock oi Heal and Imitation Laea Goods asscrtiaent of Ze and 1NSURAKGCOMPANY Cash Assets of ihe Comptinj Over iJ21 OOOOOO Gold Assets in UieCnHdSIaPS in thd hands ol The lossts by the Chicago Fire are a lIHle undrr TWO AKD A liAbF MILLION DOL ItS The IlireeUirs in New York ore reqnesterf fiy the Home Lo draw upon London for the ivliole loss and not disturb the investments All losses will be paid in Chicago at sight without discount This iVmpiiny snhscrlbfd Tllou SAT DOILAPS to the RELIEF FUND Insurance in this reliable Compa ny anply to JOHN O I3TGRA3I At the Logtnsnort National iiank Logansport Oct 25 1S71 3 FOURTH ST LOGAHSPORT wan led formerly of Co K J yiii IndVuls Attorney for the Coi leftiuD of anv aud all kinds yf asssmst ifceUsiiiei Stales Bounty Muue Pensions Comruutalioii riailous of Ku lUied Men while Pnsooerft of War Pnzt Mouey Loss of tlwrses aad all Property lost 111 Service stoppage rroioved Applications for f alenuai teaued to OiSce No 2U Louisiana Avenue Jed ciary dqattre Wastiiurilon cnyot MERCHANT TASLORS FRVAIt 1IAKWOOZ 107 East Broad Tailor aacl dealer ii Oitrnis Gfuds 4C ew ti ods uriJer so PMOTOGftAPHERS Notice of VitjichnHuiii and tarriisliiiHis1 STATE UK INDIANA CASS IJOUNl Y s Patrick Burns Albert E Morrison Whereas in the above tied cause has riled with tne hls artidavit and bond u mid uic a win jf attachment and a writ of uarnish menl havinji ijtvn issued by mo to the pro per cnnKiibie and by linn dniv served HIII money due said haviuz tieen al tacued in liie pussession I llc Uiuclnnatt A St IjiiulH Railway and it luivinK been to aipear by aflidn Vlt that said ilefemlaut Is a o therttate of Indiana Therclore be sahl defendant Albert R Morrison and all persons inlerehtd ai hereby notified ol liie peudHiiey of SMI cause and that the is set fortriii at S tcluclt AM ou day of Noveninei AD 1S71 before me ilic nntleisigned at in otncn in the clly of Cass Lonuij and Stale ol Indiana JJHX C McOUEOOR Justice of the Peace Oct 1VJ1 Fire Insurance HAHTFOED CONH Co Hnrirorrt Conn Ort 11 1S7J f C BfSSKfr Atfonl JEtiia Co Cincinnati Aircnts tliat oiir lire 1 tiiaii Tno 3Xilion Xol OurlosscH will be pronijjtly puid its a HIII surplus iour lilliun I J IIEXDEE 1rosl NOTICK IS hereby given that tliu unclur Migntid iiilinluisiiralor of Uie tsiate o Jutm will sell public ut ihe residence ol stud clececleut ueui ine school house on Friiluy 10 1871 Cominenciiig ill 10 oclouk AM tliu JuJlow mt puisorjul propcriy Two head ot youiif Cows C head f ymng Ciu tle lo lieiid ot JSIieep 10 of CVin iu rhu crib Hud m ttio lldtl Wlitui iu tin granary Hay in the mow Ac sums of jfa under cash on sums over So a credit of ID moutlw bti given yiviug note willi ap proved security COTNER Admr Oct IS 1S71 3wt2 oiie FETTEKS CELEBUATED tne vtily pluce wuce Sue large jraphs made m colors uuj ma from lit orolii pictures B ToiiS tjeins PHY tCIANS TALBOTJ 1hysiclan and JLf OUice next to Dunns fenre Mivrliet alreel Residence 127 SLreet Special Mticntlon given lo ot women aud cciluren The yEtna will pay every dol lar of Chicago losses and still retain her position as the strongest American Insurance Company H B ALDRICH Agent e In rtluck ooiutjr of and Fonnn 4w22 NUTlOfc is hereby given that the nnilci signed hits been appointed itrn turof the etate ol John Gray deceased Ian ol Jellerson townhip ijss coutity The e tate Issupposed to be solvent OOTX1SR Admr Oct IS 1S71 3w22 i oaice Phislcmu t ar Humccopatliist otc iwiway apstalis e 13ih ol S REAU ESTATE AGENTS JS Rtal Estate nnu AyeUt office OCT ol adway ana Fourth sirctla qpsimrs C5IEAP FARMS I FStEK JlOtlEM On tut line of the UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD LAND GRANT OF 12000000 ACRES OF Til E Best Farming 3IiiieraI in Aiucricu STOVES IJICKERtSG t No 90 Mar i Relit Rooting ypo tq Slove Fnrnllrie SM DEIA3I A 1KK Coualy Surviyor feraous aoijt aauess tiiui by mail at or call at tlie Recorders leaving liie r ders Orders lor will be alteuutii rx as promptly as Will be at office ca Saturdays ui TOBACCONISTS OlTHRIF No 42 Fourth lestle UeHleis 111 nil tUUCS of J WHOLESALE GROCERS EJLXIOTT rt livles SIIKOYER le Grucera SSand 4l Broau D C KIlKLt A LFugue AT May Turin 171 Cmiri o Ioinmiiu Plens ol csmutv the OI 1snau BftrLleLi was tleelnni insolvent arc there lor uoiUltti that the sumo will be netLlea accovcJ ini AM HIGGINS Admr DR M TJTAS perlnji Fossiow eutly looatMl his office at tin corner of Norih utid Kourih siruuu bas cured many cuscs uf OOOOOO Acres of Cbolce Farming and Grazing Lauds OD ihe Hue ol the road in the Slnte of NebrasUa in tlie Grent Ilivtte Vnllcy for siile cnsh or lone credit These srire in a mild aud healthy climateana or tiralu KfowPng and Bioclc raising uusur seJ by any iu the United Slates PRICES RANGE FROM 8200 TO 8100O PER ACRE Homesteads for Actual Setllers 2 5OOOOO Acres of Government Land between Ouiabaaud Nortn PJatie open lor try for Homesteads only SOLDlERri OF THR LATE WAR Are entitled to a FREE IXontSTEAU OF ICO ACHES Within Railroad limitsequal lo u DIKKOT I3UUXTY OF FOUR HUJSURED DOLLARS Send for the taition of descriptive pamphlet will new maps mailed free ev ery w Here Addrets O F DAVIS Land Commissioner U P R R Co 3rjl6 omulia Neb CJKStOJNIC Aud nopps all who arc afllicted will tlv hitrtrtCill He treats all kiuds nf aisesise Muccfcsslully and will answer calls ut uli liourn ol tne aay or uigat both in city iim cunntry free He may be Connf at Ills nL ul except when visu ptitieuts Oct I 1ST120 First Prize Medals Awarded TIIE GREAT Baltimore Frano iND CO Mflmifael urers or SQUillK AND UPRIGHT OUR YANKES COSBE5 iOJSDEKT JoXESLOiiT OLI VI 1S71 i EjaiTOit TlIAKOS We are still ill Maine The weather is growing cool yet the Indian sum mer is splemliil ixnd iuvve lottfreil nloiifr stopping ill the pretty villages und enjoying tll Ihe sails and pic uius possible until October Inuls us with our tuur still The village ut whiuli ure stopping ut present ii by the sen til us quiet us ono uould desire Tlie only excitement ever known is occasioned by tin unusual haul of lobsters or the opening ol un ale barrel there is a lousier factory here und ou boys ire regular bummers They in whole souledgenerous Irfllows rigln jully but unfortunuteiy Ktroiigly addicted us a cluss to tiie Uiu of something strougcr than The Hay View House ia a fluo lugo liolii luiU i fow years ago ior rustieatnrSj bnt is not us largely patronized as was Junesport is a pleasant placM and if it were not that Mt JJescrt is so much more beautiful than Uiytliiny else on this coast il would be crowded with summer visitors We walk round the shore paddle on the buy und ride up to Indian River to go training Thut is the way we spend the time Indian River five miles distant is the nearest town aud is just the op posite of Jonesport the people are all sober und industrious Every day is as still us Sunday there Once it pro mised to be a busy growing little vil lage but a misfortune befei it from which it will be a long time in recov ering A large portion of its wealth aud population were taken from it in a novel manner eight years ugo there came to the place a man named Adams preaching a new doc trine Beitigamau of some talent und great energy he soon drew crow ded houses These sermons or lec tures were sensational u strange mix ture of truth and blasphemy yet so great was his power over his hearers that they were blind to all faults He ssiemed to cxert a mesmeric influence over his followers indeed he boasted that he only wanted 10 catch the eye ol a person to make him a However tliat may have been some of the most intelligent und sensible as well as the wealthiest people were among his converts Adams taught thai Christ was onlyhuman until lie was baptised when he became diviue He told them they were to go to Pales tine and watch for the second joining of Christ and tiiut there they wo Id never die Tin only preparation re quired for enteripg his church was baptism While Ju Indian River Adams car ried on u theater which brought in a greut deal of money It was well con ducted and the acting is said to have been good He chose the actors aud trained them himself Their princi pal play was Richard III A colony wa formed lo go to Pales tine Adams was sent out to select a location Joppa was the place decided upon by Preparation was at once made They took with them lumber for building houses and farm ing implements The little baud embarked iu August 15G3 a little more than three years af ter Adams first made his appearance The vessel was a new barque just launched and between the decks the space was divided into temporary state rooms each of which was occu pied by a family Almost every one who went hai once had a comfortable home yet they sold all and gave the money to Adams for safe keeping Once outside of land Adams showed himself a perfect tyrant being par tiully intoxicated ull the time I sup pose we can form no idea of the mis eries of that voyage Added to tht usual seasickness was the e their close quarters the want of suf ticieut light and pure air The fi provided was of the coarsest kind unc thR allowance small Arrived at Joppa before many o the houses could be erected the grea ter part of the little colony were lyin on beds of sickness occasioned by the edects of the terrible voyage und tin new climate as well as by disappoint ment They were expecting to lind land flowing with milk and houcy instead of the parched clay of Tappa Death soon finished the work of dis ease in many cases Mothers sat au watched their chilJren die when nou ishiug food and comfortable bet would doubtless have saved the lives And the money that shoul have bought these comforts was spen in building and furnishing elegantly a dwelling for Adams Spint in wii and brandy for Adams table The leader grew more inebriated all th time till at last hils lift being threa eud he left Most of the surviving colonists ha managed to get back to America son by working their passage others the help of friends at home Only nine are now iu Palestine most of them too poor to get home Many of these unfortunate people have settled now in other places and those returned to thnir native G 1 A iLES READS AND THE LOH 30H TIMES Iitries Ueades apologetic letter to e Jiiiici is a subject of much talk ere among journalists and literary he Times charges Mr iteacle iM hi vifsg c untnitted a sin against orality by the iutnidu tion of such a Kirmiir as Ulioda Somerset into hi jvt1 Mr Keadt meekly replies that th it be su the Times itself is to ame for he caught the whole idea ma the Auonyiuu articles in Ihe iniex years ago tliat he has taken any or his striking characters id from the Times and that i is in fact as he subscribes himself ie pupil of that journal Natur ly t c Times is only rilled with cou mpt fur this intellectual abasement id il siMinfully tells Mr Uuude that e has biun a very dull and srong uiled pupil 1think the Times has Ivud Mr Ueade right I waive the oral question altogether merely ob rvmg that if thecaiiousof the e correct then we ought never to ad anything above the devul of Goody Two Shoes orTuppers Pro rbiil or the lIelr r MlcliUW unit tliat the Vicar of akeiieid and im and immoral works of ticlion ut I am glad Charles Huade snubbed when he did homage lo ie Times He is with ull his faults comparably tc superior in intellect any critic man or wnnan who rite in the Times and he ought nev 1 to liavu prostrated himself before lut huge humbug Tue odd thing is nil generally speaking iieadc is ull Ughness und grullness Me turns ul lenders anybody who dare to in iiiiiite thai he isuut the only great melist of the world Big burly igged grayhaired uncouth in fea ip and manner eccentric in dress earing und tneoryja huge baby in all ie ways of the world a rnin simule lough to accept poor tMUs as great Americun actress und to be evu himself capable of managing u n the cows hind quickly done A larj TETHERING COWS The following may be worth know ing by people who occupy but little land and wish to CihtJne tlieir cows on a psiBch of grass too small to bother to fence I have kept two cows on small pieces of grass with no diltieul ty for more than a year without the least harm to eiiner of them 1 had a strap made lV inches wide long enough to btickfe around the hiiid leg above the ankle with a riiigsewed iu it A rope was fastened to a stake in the fence or one driven for the ptir poje with a large snap at the other end to snap into the ring of the strap it is easily anil je sized bedcord answer but I prefer a large sized rope as it wiil not wear out so soon aud a rope well greased will last two seasons sure 1be length of the rope must be determined by the size ot the grass spot and if there is more than one cow to be tied they must he so far ap ut that they can not go around one another and tie themsevea together hue they would not hurt eacli other I came near losing u valuable cow by her by the liea1 she got twisted in she rope anil one my neighbors found her nearly dead I liheii studied out Ihii plan and it works so well that I want others to receive the same benehl It is much nicer for calves as it allows them tlie full use of their heads ABSORS38TT POWERS OF MEL LOW SOIL Experiments have shown that a mellow loamy soil is callable of ab sorbing in twelve hours when exposed to a mois atmosphere an amount uf water equal to two percent of its weight If any argument were need ed to keep Ihe soil mellow here is a most powerful one Lo convince us For this property possessed by a mel low soil is one lha t in a dry season is able to give it the power of maturing a crop wheu a hardened surface would lie unable lo J so A surface that i impenetrable to the atmosphere of course could not absorb tiny of tlie raoisiure with which the atmosphere is charged But when rendered free from lumps by repeated plowings ixnd harrowings each change of tempera ture causes a circulation f air through out the mass of aoit which is free then to absorb all the moisture coming in contact with it until it is saturated icater lleade is about the lust man from whom one would avt expected uu act of prostration Lforo the Times One of the most nusing things I eau remember was u issugB of arms some ten years ugo euveen Charles Reude and Charles CatliLvs Re ide tookotrjnsu at being fused admissiou to a theater of hich he supposed Mithews to be lanagur and he wrote an angry ego sticlabyish letter to the prince of then the more the solis mellowed gut jnmeiliuiiH N s much t master of easy humor with 10 pun as on tlie at iu iniie uovulUt aucli a shower of rultery and sotiro that even tiie m iticcut aelfcouceic of Rtnulu mudt avu givenway and he must have ult that ho was made to look ricliuu Lid lint evtju tliat didnt cure him f w riling letters I confuse however KtL T hked him better when the let rs wrarhftil than even in missive pleads in the tone of a ser ile of by by cultivation the less it is injurious ly ahVeted by drought and the better it is enabled to mature 11 fair crop in spite of the absence of rain Hearth and JToine SHALL WE SLKET AGAIN The following1 irf said to be one ie brilliunt articlea writtuii ui limunted U Prentice tne hat of nature is inexora ie Tuere is no anpeal for relief from ie great laws wliiui doom LH to dust Vu llourUh tnd fide the leaves of V JLItfl CllO tlltt ul witliet in a day luivu no frailer oKl upon life than tne mightiest mon rcli tiiutevur shoolc the earth with is fooLstops Generations of nieti ill appear and disappear as the foot nut on the shore Men seldom think f great event of death intil the hadow falls across their own path from their eyes the traces of ones whose ltving smile was the Liuiigut of their existence Death is antagonist of life and the cold lionght of the tomb is the skeleton uf II Ibastd do not waut to go the dark valley although us aMagt may lead to Paradise and viih Charles Lamb we do not want to e down in the grave even with prin ts ftr bedfjllows In the beautiful rama of foil the instinct of imnior uliiy HO eloquently uttered bv the eAtiv of the iluvottid GieeU tlntla a eep response in every soul When about to yield his young existence a aeriiice to his fate his beloved Jle mantha asks if they shall meet again uhich he replies I asked that Ueadliil questiou of hills th it iiud the clear streams hat II w tho stars among liuldd of axiire nay sijirit nus vaikud As I look upon thy living tce L feel that there is something in hy love that cannot wholly perish We shall meet again Cle lautba A EARMEaS EXPSRIEHCE That the success of farming is au ex perience That to ask u mans advice is not stooping but often of much benellt That lo keep a place for everything and everyttling in Us pace savus many a step and is protty sure to lead to good tools and to keeping them order That kiml ness to stock like good shelter is a saving of fodder Tliat to fight weeds is to favor grain antl to dojustice to your neighbors That in making home agreeable you keep your boys out of the city That it is a good thing to keep an eye out on experiments and note aii botli and bad That it Is a thing to grow into jump into it That it is rule tosell yourgraii when it is ready That the firwt mellow soil in tliL spring is your mellowest and should ue first put in That all of farming is summed 115 iu the manure heap on the farm A PARIS SHOPKEEPERS MIS TAKE Mis Laura Curl is Bui lard tells a story of tlie Baroness Cnutts wno Ahen shopping in Paris was passin rum one department to another by the clerks always with the remark tihe was escorted from counter to counter and everywhere these cabalistic words twoten were repeated by one clerk to Srntk by the peculiarity of this re frain she askei the pioprietor as she following story is related by Mr JeUerson concerning the first Continental Congress Delegat Har rison of Virginia desiring to stimii late presented himself and friend a a certain place where supplies wen furnished Congress and ordered tw glasses of brandyandwater Tht in charge replied that liquor were not included in the supplies fu1 nished Congressmen Why sail Harrison what is it then that I sei the New England members come hen and drink Molassesandwater which they have charged as station ery was the reply Then Kive m the brandyandwater quoth Harrison and charge it as fuel merchant who from bein a very poor boy had rUen to wealt and renown was once asked by an in liinate friend to what he accribuleii hi success in life To prnnpt and stead ouedienee to my parents was the re ply the midst of mat3T bad amplesof yuths of my own was always able to yield a ready stiL mission to the will of my father an mother I lirmly believe that blessing has in consequence reste upon me and upon nil my eliurts left the establishment S twoten mean I Pray what noli red each clerk said it to the other in yourshon Oh it is liolliini he replied more ly a password lhat they alt in the habit of exchanging But MissCoiit s was not satistieil with this explana tion So in the evening when the porter a young boy brought home her purchases alter paying her bill she said My boy would yoM like to earn live franco Of course he had no ob jection Tell me said the lady what does twoten mean I will give you rive francs Vny dont you know maam said he evidently amazed at her ignorance It means keep your two eyes on her ten lingers The mystery was solved at last All the clerks of the Troie Quarliers had taken the richest woman in Great Britain for a shoplifter by wlsUlnj to prorure KENTUCKY WHISKY Caii accoiuxutxluieO at WM DOLAls1 COS BUILDERS and others are notified tliat we have TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND FEET OF Seasorxed HLximber INOH 1 INCL iNCH Aod of good quality IL will be sold in the orders filled promptly FourLli Street SS Bridge St cor Canal Feta l laTiSo FOR TRADE IMS with house and young Jrult in i lia county Will Ie ex for aaiuipruv etl ID tliib city For psurucaUusinquire at ifcls otQoe Nov If IIW Prices AH R SEVAN Tt COLLECTION THK uudrsmutd Is eugaged iu the collec tloa if Accounts iu Llis and aJjoIninucouuLtts Also Notes aad Mort uegitlitujtl Merchauts BloJss postfC aud Acculluts made nnt Any business en i rusted to iny care will meet prompt iitten Ofiice on Fourth street over Store R PR YOB Logansport Oct 111S71 3m31 BALTIMOKE MD These laslrumenLs biive bewi berore th ubllc foineiirly thirty years and upon fmr excellence ulune ittaltjed an unpur chased rireeimneiici which Ehein unequiillej H TON K roaOli WOBK ilANSilIP unU DUKA8LUTY nur square PInuos have onr INCW mijrovetl oveistrung Scale and the rrhie would call special attention ur lute paten ted improvements in y IAN1J PIANOS and SQL UUANDS fJDiid Ii no other Piano ind which the Iinn nearer perfection than has yet been atuinec Piano fully WARRANTED lot Five Years Illustrated Catalogue aud Price Lists fur rushed promptly on application to WM KNABB CO Haltlmore Mtl Or any of our regular established agenciis PICKERING FORMAN NO UO MARK1JT STKEET ud AlHautacurerB In Stoves DEALKRS aud AlanulactirerB In Stoves Tin Copper and SneetJron WareTabl Cutlery IlHlriuerutors I X b celebrated Ice Cream Freezers Bird Cages Water Cool Flower brands Wire Goods Kitchen and Cullnnry Hardware COOLNKS3 AND COTJEAGE Not long since a Kwissahep erd boy only fourteen years of age was tend ing a Hock of sheep among the hills in liie Canton Orisons when a ueiu made a raid upon the Hock and seized two of the Quest sheep The courage ous little fellow attempted to drive the bear oil by beatiny bu him witii the isnmniedian bein onti evening beliiiul the scenes uetitctl uith a vioItjMit toothaelie tli of tiie theatre ottered to relie htui by pulling it No my gou rieiid replied he no f LOCOMOTIVE EKGIHEERS The Brotherhood of Locomotive ngitiQors ha3 been in session du ng tlie few iluys at Toronto hoy had an excursion over tiie Greut vestcrn Bond to Hamilton and Xi jra Falls aud have i goud tiuie Our space will not per lit of the publication of the pro eedirigs but make the foliowiug xtraet from a sermon delivered to ie Brotherhood by Rev H John Hi Under this banner of progress men ail classes and creeds of ail shades ml pursuits rattle itninovemen ts iiave been laiigufated wliat miglity acliievu lents have been made in politics In ciety itrmorals iu arts science in jtciilatiun ill every department uf inns activity How man has ad aneed in power over the materials nmml him aud is marching fjr tircl to the complete conquest of na ire How in this age of iu ivenieut tid material progress there has been otliing that has ministered so mucti mans wealth aud comfort aud utward willbeing as the progress of great rjilroad sistem How the ame of George Stophenson is linked tiiesubjec of progress in the mu and moral interests of ttie uoun for iu considering tbe 1Ksnlt of lie railway system wherever we turn ur attention it is George Stepneti in that fills the foreground of the icture Tue movement of hisgreat es may be said to be everywhere here is nor a Hue or a locomotive does not bear testimony to his enitis his sagacity his perseverance is there a traveller on a railway ho oaves time money fatigue an1 ixiety nor a consumer of the com lilies which are conveyed so cheap aiui so expeditiously by tuis new hanuel of communication nor a ingle soul of tbe many thousands liora thesystem directly or itidirect has given wealth competence and niployment who has Hoc reason to iink of Gfeorge SLeibensou svith 1atitude for tlie benefits he has con erred and with admiration for the lecuiul triumph tie achieved Vlutt would Jiuglaml be without ailroads What would this conti ent be without railroads Wnat vontd this lontiuent do without rail lads As represfiitatives connected ith the great railway interests of he United States and Dominion of auada need remind you of pro made ill rapid ud tracks sleel rails through trains Lixuriously cushioned seats palace ars that combine drawing and ted rooms and s engineers I need tot indicate the dilfarence between ncomotives neuriy half acentnry ago nd those creatures of strength uid pautj which come to your band like lie tieet racer to the hand of bis rider VnaD t con trast elites James Watts ocomotive of 1785 with its three vtieels and its cylinder and crank ac ion present to the graceful engine ol he present the oM Kjckct if 1S2J at the average rate 14 miles perhour to the iron liorse hat with screws of brass and mtiscie if steel like a pouting monster tram lies the plain annihilating space and making glad the wilderness In ill thistliese is protsreos s your motto in your profession Pro ress ever Tiie text calls you to a et higher and truer progress Tbe ighest progress is soul progress The vord of God reveals to us tlie only true line of progress aud iu it the ord and Saviour is the only leader tlie only impulse along the sacred way Here is progress in spiritual ittainments in graces to beworn in he secret soul tliat are t enrich atil rill it with the life of God This pro ress is to be made with all diligence with all earnestness and activity It is hot by one mighty in iral art by whicli we have passed from nature to grace from sin to holiness and which makes all further aspirations and efforts superfluous it a g forward to fresh struggles and il masteries a pressing onward eagerly to new and wider of knowledge and to uvjre earnest fer vid and worldembrauing We must add to our faith virtue and to virtue knowledpro GOSSIP A derm shirt is one of womCHrs best gifts to man Tbe official income of the Viceroy of Egypt is A narrow path divides farms in France Germany and Holland As late as 1790 girls were not per mitted to attend public schools iu Boston The world is like a treadmill which turns incessantly and iexvS no choice but to sink or climb The average salary of teachers at tbe primary schools in Prussia is less than two hundred dollars per year There lias been typhoons on the China coast Many vessels have been dUniasted and fwo lost A baby who kisses his mother and lights his father may be said lo be partial to his ma and martini to his pa Nearly a million dollars worth of potage stamps were in the Collec tors office in Ciicago and were de destroyed by fire At least 3003 persons arc said to have perished in the recent and Hoods in China GJood news from tbe news of the late rains in Mienhjan Wisconsin and Minnesota St LTuis taking them in has pro vided for twenty thousand of the houseless people of So goes 011 tne nouie work No announcement has yet been made of the presents which the Grand Dake undoubtedly brings fir the President The prml ctthartic tLite is what her loving son call the Com monwealth of Kansas It all conies from Iho cultivation of castor beans Weary of life although only 103 poor Henry Wolfe of Jailovay coun ty Kentucky ended his troubles the otiier day by catling iiis throat S R Baily Co IlatU Maine by their patent machine for sawiny cient iu knowledge of tue ence ofsclfd fuee Well lately sawed a board g and liftvcight feet around a four feet hi wide The Mayor of Mucou Ga lias of fered a silver service premium worth S50 to tbe prettiest girl in the State under 17 wuo appears at the Stale fair in homespun dress Prof Tenay of Dartmouth College has discovered seventy new bright lines in tbe spectrum of the chromos phere The practical value cf this discovery will be at once apparent to every business man CONSIDER ME SMITH There is a very good storv iu the papers of the Irick which was plaved by old Dr Caldwell formerly of the University of Xorth Carolina Tiie old doctor was a man and lean but as hard and angular as the most irregular of pine knots He looked as thougb he might be tough but he did no seem rtroUjj Nevertheless he was among the knowing ones reputed to be as agile a cat and in addition was in no means iu noble science in the Freshman class of a certain year was a burly beef mountaineer of tMghteeii ur nineteen This gen ius conceived a great contempt ior old Bolus physical dimensions aad his soul was horriried that one so de ficient in muscle should be so poten tial in his rule Poor Jones thats call him had no ide or moral force At any rate he was irt iucliued to knock under and be controlled despotically by a man he imagined heeould tieor whip At length he determined to the gen Liemin a genteel private threshing some night ill the College Campus pretending to mistake liita ior smie fellow student Shortly after on a dark and raiuy nignt Jones met the doctor crossing tne Campus Walking up to nitnub ruplly Hello Smith you rascal is this you j And with that he struck the old gentleman a blow ou tlis side of his face that nearly felled him Oid Bolus said nothing but squared himself and at it they went Jones youin weight jiid muscle made him an ugy customer but after around or two the scknce begun to tell and in a short time he had knocked his antagonist down and was astravtdle ot His cliest with one hand on his throat and tne other dealing vigorous on tiie ji iiis head Ah stop I beg pardon Doctor Caldweil a mistake4or heavens sake doctor groaned Jones who thought he was giug to be eaten up I really thought it was The doctor replied with a word and a blow alternately It makes no difference for ali present purposes consider me Smith And it is said that old B gave Jones such a pounding then add there as probably prevented his ever making another mistake as to per sonal identity at leaston the College Ina vacation letter Hen Beeeher enumerates as am Ward the delights of summer rest the privilege of wearing old clothes Tnat is a privilege that a good many ciergy meu have the year round Campus A gentleman in Afassacluisetts in iiis prosperoudays gave his town a tract of lan1 for a public square Tne square still bearhis name while he penniless inul friendless is in in mate of the iown A boy in Iowa his a silvor quarter stuck iu ins Unoat where it lin been for the past three mmths He has i tried everysvay to get it out but he cant do it and the lupe is that COLOHADJ Grace Greenwood writing from Colorado says thit felt be fore mingling with them much that with their new strange wild sur roundings tlie illimitable vastiiess of earth and sky with new lab irs and hardships aud deprivations and dis comforts witii tiie care of all the ditchers tliat cometh upon them dai mustbe discontented un happy rebellious but was astonished to lind that even though they had been dragged away by tyrant mau from eimlortablo eastern homes neighboring cronies an ciioiee Gos pel and shopping privileges they de clared that they were never so happy and hcaithy as they are there right on the edge of the Great American they live in tue suts hopes of soon having more than the old comforts and luxuries around spare a tooth now but on the 10th di of June the house closes and you ma then draw every tooMi I have for I am sure after that have nothing to eat Harvard graduate who had been more devoted Co terrestrial than his course at i physics was what planets celestial studies during his iiial examination asked air were known to theancieuls Well sir he responded there were Venus and Jupiter a think the earth but I am not quite certain SSTOne of the methods of punish ment adopted by a New York school maam includes a record of bad con duct upou a blackboani When a boys name is written there he is not allowed to play with the others until it is rubbed out by erasingone letter for each day of good behavior Of course John in this has greatly the advantage of Benjamin town came penniless What seems stranger than all the rest is that some of the deceived though hating the leceivcr still profess to hold to the loctrities taught by him and by no other man He is thought to have been a Mormon Now he is in England jetting up a colouy to go to some other pi ace Well Mr Editor I see a company marching for my window armed with trouting rods so I surrender imco tionally and still renain DICKDABBY 1 hopeddid not see the ravineand fell i headlong to tlie bottom where bruised fullbearded young graiidfath and bleedingand unable to rie tiie er recently was shaved showing a I sinpherd lad found him anil having clean face for tbe first time in i u berof years At the dinner table bis threeyearold granddaughter noticed it gaz ns long with wondering eyes and finally ejaculated Grandfather has grown to be a very expensive and alrnos exclusive resort In the eyes of the aristocratic cot tile hotel people are of little DEATHBSD When a frivolous pleasureseeking selfish sensualist cmies to the sicv bed there is ver naturally a grear change not ill his character but in his expression of character tiuid an inveterate tobaccociiewer while pros trate with disease Something i wrong for I no longer care for tlu ivetid He got well and that some thing was right for the old hunger re turned We have seen drunkards so far guie with seasickness that bran dy di1 not tempt them but when the sea dismissed them the liquor claimed its own The ra in whj wants to swear may on a sickbed want t pray but when he recovers in body the distemper of hij soul is found t be only 111 obeyahee and praying gives way to cursing Sickbed ordeambed repentance is a sham The tiger is only asleep ready for a spring s soon as awak ened by returuing physical vigor animal spirits the depraved appetites the ingrained beastiality all may ex isr yet in lack of bo lily vigor be pow erless to assert theifdotuinion a mans limbs are paralysed in sleep though inherently vigorous It is easy to be amiable and to make good resolutions when disease holds the tyrant in cheeii This is the explanation of the greatest of theological shams deathbed repentance f the oftrepeated say ing Universalism will not do to by means or implies that orthodoxy ia good for this contingency the fac isiiottothe credit of orthodoxy ll is simply the deluion of deathbed re pentance in different phrase A had character must be changed by grace and its own resolute endeavor not by a scare openting on nerves shattered by disease When the scare disap pears the piety that came with it takes its leave The Devil was sick lila Djvila nioul tfould be The Devil got wen the devil a monk was lie Christian Leader cus A fell w who was recently ciuighij with a bag full of burglarious imple ments in answer to the question as what he intended to dj with these things respon led that he wus only going to mke proposals for some government bonds Gen Sherman accompanied by his Chief of Stall will sail next week with Rtar Admiral Aldenin the flag ship tor the European squad ron Gen Sherman intends making a military inspection of European ar mies and fortifications There was a very severe snow storm at Omaha on Thursday last near ttawlings Station in Wyoming The snow was three aud four feet deep and in some places the passengers on trains report that they were delayed twelve hours with nothing to eat very little fuel There were seven distinct fires at Syracuse last Sunday iiiglit six wt them being the work of incendiaries Fortunately no great damage was lone A high wind was prevailing at the time and it is supposed there is a plot to burn the city The authori ties have taken extraordinary precau tiouary measures A citizen of Jancsviile Wis on a recent trip to St Louis took asleep ing car berth on a through express train Iu tlie night he got up and clad only in his sleeping garments went out on tlie platform to look at Ihe moon The door closed with lock and the porter of the car was asleep He says he never enjoyed iu shore the smell of the fleshpots of Egypt has gone clean out of their iiostrjls Sue says she everywhere found Colorado woKieu singularly courageous aud cheery ind she thinks that the cause iiTa great part lies in their excellent Health And she might haveadded hat the excellent health comes from laving cheerful occupations anil uot Tittering away lives iu gadding and gossip tuat were intended for use and beauty a linymile ride as he did that The newspapers are making a todo about the su coming from Africa and how com mon and cheap they will soon be oime Possessors of really line bril iiants need not be alarmed Toe drstclass jewelers say that tbe Afri are of very OUR STATE We are pleased to note in our Dem ocratic exchanges a desire expressed the renomination by the Demo cratic conventionof the preseutstate ollicers They have filled their re spective places with ability fidelity and honesty Not even the Radical press find fault with their adminis tration of affairs and from many pa pers of the opposition have they re ceived the unqualified commenda tion which is always given t good oillcers Partisan malice and hatred have left their names unsullied Iu view of this fact believe that the next convention cannot do better than to renominate them Tiie good of the party also demands it ts there is too much bitterness now between Democrats which would be increas ed by the excitement of a struggle for the various offices We should go into the next campaign no di vision ii our ranks with our best men for candidates aud most energetic men oil our Central Committee acd victory is Demo crat can diamonds was election dayand Grimes having assisted oil the occasion by depositing his vote and aosobing as are making a great lrueh liquid rye as he could walk un bject of diamonds started with two of his neigh irSi w0 Wtjre in the same state of elevation to make his way home They had t cross by a footbridge con structed of a single log and without any handrail Lnder ordinary cir cumstances this was easy euongli but inese were eircum Ues However creek must bo crossed Grimes turn came and making a bold start he sucreeded ill getting about onethird of tiie way ovir when a loud splait anuoiinced thai lie was Emerging from tiie vatvr wiiici was about up to his breast be quieily said as if his cviurse the of iiiuUire de iihorijion i guess Iii waJe inferi quality aud that stones of tie lirst water aud of any size are giMwin more valuable every day The New Orleans Piciyune thinks the weather reports are detinel to make a change in the ordinary pie of conversation The youth who now in his morning visits shall pre dict unfavorable weather is met with the response You mistake Old Probabilities is aliead of you Our pa takes the papers and we know its going to be just the weither to dayfor you lo take us down town and get ice cream And so that young imbecile is ruined himself leap while he hoped the bear would not notice it and lall to the bottom lashing on half wild with excite ment and dread he reached the edge of the precipice the bear close at his j Ieels The chasm was upward of six ndij feet wide but the lad cleared it by a perate bound aud landed safely on pposite side The bear as he h1 weapon with him succeeded in killing ilie animal by dashing out his ins with heavy stones whose head you got on Valuable Farm for Sale THE vfilUHhlR larra formerly owned by Diiniel KtsMer threecpiiirteiK of mile from Jliri IxHt Juriiis in 1nhH eouiliy u rure clmitcc ior A B P RAUJVlN July 121871 was once remarked in bearing of a little girl of thirteen that j a the Sundayschool chil dren of a certain church was a p little fellow He could not tell the the number of the house in which he lived d he was charged when he nexi terfali i forty springs iu her skirt and hightied shoes Why one with a no tion in her head aud swimmiug in tears ga A famous judge came late to court one day iu busy session whereat the clerk in great surprise inquired of him the reason A was born hishonor said and I am the happy sire An infant judge Oh no said he as yet hes but a crier is a man who kicks out right and left like an ancient robber Because hes a freebooter boot makers cant alvoayseure ladies boots if thay are bad but they heel them all things came by chance and that came to school to bring it The next t world like a mushroon sprang up I time when he appeared he was asked cannot two slenler jvr in a night I should like to know if brought the number No sir B ins ever bwome great friends lie sir asked the child where the sejil s id lie it was nailed so tight on the cause they will always bi slight ac came from door that I couldnt get it off quaintsiseea until after a full consideration of all the sufferings of the Northwest when aid could be applied to the uses which should then seem most imperative This is judicious advice According to all accounts the loss of life and properly in the burnt districts ol Wisconsin Michigan and Minnesota has been quite as severe upon tlie population called upon to hear it as that which has drawn to Chicago the commiseration of the whole civilized world At the same time the re moteness of the nfflietecl quarters at the north from news centers will pre vent their afflictions from becoming so well understood by the world at large as those of Chicago The char ity of our friends in Wisconsin aud Minnesota should not forget those whose claim upon it is first in order nor can Chicago properly accept any munificence to which others have a hotter claim notwithstanding our own needs are so imperative antl the provisions on hand are actually lim ited to a few days supply iTj The latest joke ul me expense of the French Socieiy for ne protection 1 of animals is i fiUoving eiect spite of I A countryman arraird wii an iin measf club presents himself before the President of the society aud claims Cincinnati Times aud Cliron icle of Saturday contains tle ing exciting news From a gentleman residing across the river we learn a rumor is afloat the iirst prixe He is to describe the of immunity on he founds his claim 1 saved the life of a wolf1 replied the countryman I easily have killed him witn tliis bludgeon and he swings his wea fit the effect that the immeise timber j pan in Ihe air to the intense discomfi covering thousands of acres ure of the President But wiiere w in Campbell county Kentucky is on the wIf inquires the latter wh lire and a vast destruction of life aud property threatened Several messen gers having arrived from Alexandria the countyseat of Campbell county in search of assistance to staj the pro gress of the flames or enable those whose are in dauger to Tne town is said to be greatly excited As there is no telegraphic communi cation with Alexandria we are untbie to obtain any further intelligence or details of the aflair in time for our first edition had he dour o you hafc He iiad just devoured ITV wile is the reply The President reflects an itisUiut and then says friend I am of the opiuion that you have been sufficiently re warded Democrats at Rochester dissolved their relations with Tam many both now and hereafter The Radicals at Syracuse took to their embrace men who had defrauded the national government aud kicked out men likeGreelcy wiio denounced ras cality iu their own party clergyman who has been slaying for some time past at tbe house of a frieud on going away called to him little Tommy the four year old sou of his host and asked him what he should give him fora present Tommy who had great re spect for clothes thought it his du ty to suggest something of a religious nature so he announced hesitating ly I think I should like a Testa ment and I knowlshouldlikeapop un e Chaplain of the Iowa State Prison was asked by a friend hiw his uarishonerswere All under convic tion was the reply Yes I reckon you keep accounts Dick Grants threat of de claring martial law iu South Carolina should not be judged too harshly it is vident the only sort of law the poor eutleinati knows anything about ge member Two of tlie Cabinet are in Wash ington at tke same time   

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