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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - March 16, 1865, Connersville, Indiana Of v sii Quot it and Van Nom and fim be div Fie Aimi Lime Connery Lle. In Duna. Thursday. March 16. 1865. A. A whole no. 749 then weekly times. Terms i = -s3.�o i Advance. S pwt nit of Elm a Morton. Tomu Boob rate read esq., he jail ii i had a Connit of Gote nor Morton to it a Publio a do Loti re Motly Deli tend id Ladiso Polis or. Read to tested Ihu origin of Ihu order for tho picture of the nov error the tits a in made m follows Wber the rebels set booed through Ken i Tioka Ottil Bisig with overwhelming might out a Surat it to disciplined forces at Richmond and the Border was threatened a oin Einnatz exposed to pillage theft in fial a the ii Darth open to ravage and robbery governor Morton at the Call of the dist med of Bors of Ohio poured Over t flood of Rifae heroin men who Hare a Ince won Honor on every line of latitude a helped to Check the rebel Advance supplied ammunition no where else to be procured and saved the Kori West and Cincinnati especially from the horror of sack rapine robbery and Imp i few tto timely service the City a Neil Cincinnati unanimously re solved to do. Him such Honor As they could by fading Bis portrait in their Hall is an pm Diment of the patriotism and neigh-i�r1y love of indians and As a precious heirloom to posterity and paid me the Edna Lupient perhaps unwisely of select ingenia to paint it. A thus called to you r Eity i can not forbear some further Allu a iou to one whole service Sand honors constitute her proudest boasts and not her alone but your state and whose efforts rising is ways to the level of any emergency diluted by a sagacity never dimmed by Clouds of failure or fear will yet Sim him As his glory widening and deepening As it moves on toward the future the equal Pride of our whole country and by by note Nee ii epoch in her history. Though the fact May have been Well no gotten says he Cincinnati com Niero iat in the hurry of great events it is very certain that Cincinnati was deeply Odd i to cd Remor Morton for the in orgy and capacity which distinguished my in raising troops and hurrying them to the front in the memorable summer of 62, and in honouring him oar citizens will but he Bor themselves. We Beve not bad the pleasure of seeing the picture but the rep Tai Ion of the artist is a sufficient guarantee of its excellence. Fee vow paper. The successful publisher of the most a Pular ladies Magazine in America Louis a. Godey and who a a Veteran in the Timmy of publishers gives his views As to what should form an essential in female a Ducati a. His judgment is entitled to Fhy Ordinary consideration in thie regard and is in accordance with the views that Ionno reason would dictate. We ,.to the attention of our lady readers. He says it is a great mistake in female education to keep a Young lady s time Sod at Montion 4evoled to the fashionable Litera tora of the Day. If you would qualify her for conversation you must give he arms thing to Tok about give her Educa tion with this actual world and its trans Pirim events. Urge her to read the Lii be and Bec familiar with the Isie it character and improvement of our Reca a tory is of Soma importance but a the past world is deed and we have nothing to do with it. Our thoughts and our concerns should be for the present world to know what it is and improve the Oon Dit of fit. Let her Bave an intelligent opinion and be Able to sustain an Intili it conversation concerning the mental moral political and religious improve ment of our times. Let the gilded Annu als and poems of the Center table be kept part of tiie time covered with weekly and daily Jour Aala. Let the whole family Asan women and children read the news it _ Ami Aff Haws. Our Quot misguided Quot and Quot erring Southern in Liren Quot being i at now in something of f a him ovary As to the propriety of arming Salavea May perhaps derive some aae Istance in coming to a Correct conclusion says a Cathie Pondant of the ctn Pionati a mar . By reference to parallel cases in his Ift Gibbon a Quot Baoliu and Fau Quot Oroa by mid Nichol a edition volume ii up. Foa Iid the following state Boot a. A 3s4. Isumer the Vandal King to delusion Here while alone and Naa Amistad a defended his dominions with Ond Annton courage was vanquished Aad a amp a in a Deo Saiva Battle which swept a Way Iba Flower of the sarmatian youth. Tea a Maunder of the nation embraced the met of a a Vii Ilse Hal pm and a it by Aid they revenged their a a Der do i i birr Ofaf Aogi of Bat they soon disco Tai Ley bad a a has al foreign for no a Sofita Seroua and Mora ii Gaia fed by their former mryin. Bair present glory to a 9��t the name of Limi Tea Clain sed and of supped the pol mastoid a if tho of Tatry which they had saved. Their Nigalan. An Able to wit baud the Ungo varied fury of the populace preferred Cha hardship of Asile to Tea Tyr Aaby of their Are Vaasa. Respectfully room headed to tha Pouoa of the a con Federal by a letter in the new York Herald Maximilian a Showa to have As dangerous enemies too stand again tin his professed Riande As in Tea republicans his open and avowed ene Mlea. Tha Bishops and to e clergy and All their imme aaa throng of influential rata Inera Are endeavouring Alorat by to work against him on account of Hia confiscation of the Church s property and his disposition to be tolerant a religious matters because a the Bishops claim in an address which they have presented to him Quot Mexico in exclusively a Catholic country and her aversion to tolerance has always bean declared in the Moat remarkable another Sooj be of Dis satisfaction with him among All partial and on which in depth of bitter feeling against him the native imperialists Are said to vie with the republicans is his introduction of foreigners into the country a jealousy and haired of foreigners Prevard ing All classes of Mexicana. A Saible Tiews la Knass the Paris Temps in its review of the last year say a very widely in thie rapid review the War in America most Only appear for form a Europe can do nothing in the matter and the Moat chimerical Miyoda have of eased to speak of intervention. For the old world this unprecedented struggle is a spectacle Rich in lessons at the name time formidable and consolatory. By the Cost now imposed on the United states to extirpate slavery it displays the terrible Justice of history and shows by what fearing Acari files nations expiate the prolonged tolerance of wrong. It also exhibits by the incredible facility of those sacrifices that abundance of material and moral resources of which no idea existed and above All shows Bihe Little loss of Liberty they have involved that Liberty is not totally destined to perish in the tempest of civil wars. On this Point All european ideas including our own Are completely bewildered. The re election of or. Lincoln and the manner in which it was accomplished. Are the pledge of an indestructible Liberty and will Redfain in history a an pledge of political and moral greatness. Waart Atiq atts. A very curious regulation of the Chamberlain a office bearing Date 1624, touching the conduct to be observed by Cadete who were invited to Dine with an austrian Archduke runs As follows his Imperial and Royal highness having designed to invite several officers to Dine at Bis table and having had frequent opportunities of observing that the greater part of these officers behave with the strictest Courtesy and Good Breeding toward each other and generally conduct themselves like True and worthy Cavaliers nevertheless deem it advisable that the Leaa experienced Cadete should have their al Montion directed to the following code of regulations 1. To present their respects to his Royal highness on their arrival to come Heatly dressed coat and boots and not to enter the room in a half Drunken condition. 2. At table they Are not to tilt up their chairs or Rock themselves therein or stretch their legs at full length. 3. Nor drink after each Mouthful for if they do they will get Tipsy too soon nor empty the Goblet to the extent of More than one half after each dish and to it before drinking therefrom they should wipe the Mouth and Mustapha in a cleanly manner. 4. Neither Are they to thrust their bands into tha dishes nor to throw the Bona under the table.6. Nor to lick their fingers nor to i pee Torso in their plates Nort to wipe their nose on the Vairie cloth. 6. Nor drink to beast silly As to full from their chair and make themselves Iao Apabla of walking straight. We May Well wonder what kind of maa Aera prevailed at that period among tha lower Grade of society Whan a flo4 a soda Lika Tea above As Ontaiy to a Niala tha behaviour of Young of Floara into Aagaat have belonged to the Bouast Foni Liaa. Simf. The new York Tribune re Eaona Sher Man a army eau bag Babaien la i batausa it one Chatea Thia Day tha been fighting Force of tir numbers aver Eno bodied of tie Vonti Anat. 2d, Bair a Traath is Vari Saaly of mated at m,000 to 103,000 Man we Cali it 76.000, a Fig tag mass la. 3d� in cavalry ref aral Shanaa a Aap Axially etrog to a to comp Lack or Omsk the la ova Mente of his Iafa airy aaa Kaap Tea a army perplexed and dubious wit i vegard to hit Inta Auvaa. 4th, Soaib Carolina a Union by a Larga that Majori u a Asl Avad by Tea a in orly but Noril l3aro iaa�w.�ijm0b a Oborll of Wei Limiti and fluid Lidia bar Algro a. To . Or. Milit i Coward of Dat aware Baa write a an Invar Patiag paper on tha Multi Vaitoa of song a. Was Oad aim Tai Noat important him for the Beni fit of tha Urio Almaral Raa Oiw of Iba timid. In Ndia alleged Toti pral arable to Flat or Oky Noil and h is Bettr to be friable and not Likely to Baka Afker Katy Raiati Aad All the better for having a a Athara Fez Paara. The Grumad should Iii Iraq cowed As Early in tha Spring As pro Nimbus fora planting it should be Thorou Fehly and deeply cultivated and freed of Loda by uie Liberal use of be roller. None but Well ripened and sound Aeed should be used the very Puree that can be got four Quarta to an acre and for the Eama amount of ground 2fi0 pounds of salp Hata of Lime or ita equivalent in Home kind of immediate fertiliser to be applied in the Drill and covered with the Aeed. The Aeed Ebald be scolded by covering i water at 100 degree fahrenheit one and a half minutes then reduce the Tern Pesature to blood heal and leave the need in the water say twelve hours when it Aronld be removed from the water and kept warm and moist some forty eight Houra or until it Ahall have begun to sprout. The seed thus treated should by no Meana be allowed to gel dry before being covered. The furrows should be shallow and about four feet apart. The Aeed and the Fertile car should be distributed carefully and covered to the depth of half or three fourths of an Inch. As soon a the Plant Haa four or five leaves it should be partially thinned the process being conducted with care seeking to retain the strongest Dante which on subsequent occasions should be reduced to 8 or 10 inches in the Row. If the Cane a thick enough without the suckers they should be removed. Labor May be saved by planting in Hills 3 feet Equire leaving four stalks to the Bill although the planting in drills a preferable. The Cane needs Early and thorough Only ovation which should be continued until the plants Are three or four feet High after this the cultivator bad better not be used As the roots about this time commence spreading. The suckers should be Cut off is the pulling process disturbs the roots and lacerated the stalk. The Cane is fit to Cut when a majority of the seed heeds become Brown but the crop increases in value until the Weede Sre pretty Well matured. The freezing of the uncut Cine is disastrous unless worked up immediate in. Better Cut it Green if the seeds have shot up to their full bight than to silk it a it to Freese on the stalk. In cutting it should be Teken off obliquely just above the Crown roots the Tope topped off below the upper joint birded and tied into convenient bundle and shocked or piled where it can be sheltered from the Sun end Westher. It can remain in thie condition for several Weeke without dam in procuring seeds for planting All canes not fully in head Era too Green and should not be gathered for that purpose. with the object of testing the merits and capabilities of Petroleum is fuel Experiment on an extensive scale have been is Ely made at Woolwich dockyard England. The plan under trial is simply to Burn the Petro a through a porous material which is placed in a Iron chamber dipped into a water vessel also of the Oil admitted into the chamber Coddens the porous most Eris and rises by capillary attraction. The surface then Stohes fire and Burns rapidly As Long As the Oil is supplied. The effect of the flame is said to be so Greet that with the Small apparatus Whigob a Only two feet superficial area and affixed to a Liler. The Oil has been utilised so is to be equal for Steem purposes to five tons of Cost. The objection to the use of thie Oil beyond ita Cost seems to be the fear of explosion. A curious property of Petroleum is said to have been discovered by or. Deca Isna of Antwerp who an novae a that it int anti destroys that parapet real insert the icarus family which Pio Aoee the human skin disease celled Itoh that All that a requisite in simply to apply the Oil without Ovea rubbing and that Tea Mere vapor of the Oil will Dison feet of lobes pointed with the virus. If All shia be True doubtless there Are other Kew diseases thus Otic table for More than okie skin Dise eee originated in Paras Isrieal aus a. It Maleo turn out to be useful in petrol Euni Rouetto. A fair often. A Good Atory in told of a a Honmau who carried Aboalla axe Ibitson a ador Dilim Bear. In a Oertlin town a Yarno flt Ybara Braia was Attr Otias crowd dwelt a Farmer en4 Hie wife and a Date railing and family of Twenty Chir Draco. The Patar Smilas was very Daeira oae <1 it flying the Oommen tabla Ovri deity of i offspring Bat the Price of admission to the How waa one Billing and that a multiplied by the Sambar of Hia Olive plants was too much for Hia Exon her. He therefore approach and the showman Aad after Soma Parley Oono Laded a bargain by Whigob Tea Idt tar agreed to drive into Iba Farmer Eback Yard with Bruit s Cage Aad Giva a Zebi Bitita to tha entire family for a a Dollar. Tuta a done to Tea great Delight of tha old folks lipid Iba dbl Drea what tha Farrar pall Lead the Oom be amatory Dollar to the , Job or a Aid Tea la Tfir Ltd Dmn 1�iiiiillf>�?��?� a a a. , a for my by a i0 from a Viiar s Home ice asian for icare. In i a a Aonuma. The two following poems by the Lale m. Louisa Chitwood Hava never before beat published. It in Moro thaa Ian Yawara Xiaoe tia sweat a Iagar of the Weet passed heavenward. Be aria Minoh beloved by All who Koa bar Abd then Are very Many who will Hava old Plasaras revived in iting Tabasa Hildrea of her Flinoy. Talek Tike. The frs Arant lowly Asphodel. To Bobas lifts adoring eyes to bar line like a hold spell a Peasha Monarch of the ties Bat when Lii aha a Down the wet and to Rise. Soft beaming on fair Esq it or s breast. The lowly Asphodel it Dill would Phoebus from his hol no roae give homage to a lowly Flower Quot when Clad in brids room the morn Aires answering smile from hour to Hoar of not and like fee Asphodel. My voting heart is raised to thine twill die without an answering Smilo of love from thee Sweet Vislen Elnel immortality. Say what is lifer a dreary dreamt a dream whose ending is the grave of most this warm this Loring heart. Be plunged in Lethe i darkest we ret and must these eyes be closed for Aye this Rosiee be hashed forevermore. That breathed its strains in Tore s fond ear like the Sweet sea Shell on the Shore Mast Sony and body part and die Herer in to meet As one like wreathes East away s Boon As the festive dance is Dane of nol my heart has one Sweet string that vibrates to a holier sound. If from the bosom of the Spring. Come Flowers that Dot the Barren ground if from the Frozen Earth the Bloom Start up in for and matchless Hue. Then surely from the sent Tomb. The Sony will Spring in Beauty too. urm Tyi Quot Rokib of a Tohff. Quot Tom Here Quot said a father to his boy Epe King in tones of authority. The lad was at piss. He looked towards Hia father but did not leave his do you hear me air Quot spoke his father More sternly than at first. With an unhappy face and reluctant step the boy left his play and approached his Parent. Quot Why do you creep along at a Snail s Pace Quot Eaid the latter angrily. Quot come quickly i want you. Here take thie note to or. Smith and eee that you Don t go to sleep by the Way. Now run As feat at you can the Hwy took the note. There was a Cloud upon his brow. He moved away but at a slow Pace. Quot you Tom is that doing As i ordered is that going quickly Quot called the father when be saw the boy creeping Eway. But the words had but Little the boy a feelings were Hurt by the unkindness of the Parent. He experienced Renee of injustice. By nature be was like Hie father proud end stubborn Imd Tebee qualities of his mind were aroused and be indulged in them fearless of consequences. Never saw such a boy Quot said the father speaking to a Friend who had observed the occurrence. Quot my words pcs rely make an impression on Quot kind word often prove More powerful Quot said the Friend. Tea father looked surprised. Quot kind words Quot continued the Friend Are like the gentle Tain and refreshing Dews but harsh words Bend and break like the angry tempest. The first develop and strengthen Good affections while the others sweep Over the heart in devastation and mar and deform All they touch. Try him with kind Worde they will prove an Hundred f a More the latter seemed Hurt by the reproof but it left him Thoi a Toul. An hour passed Ere the to returned. At times during Bis absence the father was very angry at the delay and meditated the info ii lion of punishment. But the Worde of Mons trance were in Hie ears and he resolved to obey them. At last the lad came slowly in ill i Blondy count Euane Aad reported the Reull of Hia Errend. Having stayed fir beyond Hie time he looked for punishment and was prepared to receive it with engry Defiance. To his Surprise after delivering the meet age he had brought Hia father inet Aad of angry reproof and punishment Eaid kindly Quot very Well my Aoa you Oan go out and play the boy want out but we nol Happy. Fie bad Dia obeyed and Dis obliged his father and the thought of tie troubled him. Hera Wolda had not clouded Hie Naiad and a Roaald a spirit of reckless instead of joining his companione he weat and Aat Down by himself grieving Over his �01 of Disori Disroe. A he that Sal he he a re his name called. He Lisiy no a. Quot tho Fly Kufe my Aon Quot a id Hie father kindly. The a to Hia of Abd was almost instantly a aside his Para al. Quot did you Call thar Quot Quot i did my son. Will Yon Tab ibid package to or. Long for me Quot there wife �0 he ii Utica a the boy a my nne a. He Kkt la a eased at the in ought of doing Bra father a service and reached Oabie Baad for the package. On re Xaiv lag it by Boa Adad away with a Light tap. Quot Tybera is a Powe in kindness said the Zimbar u by Lai mus lag after the lad a Dep Artara. Aad Evaa Wytia has at Mae off Oval Iba Iao Deai Tea boy Oano Biak web a Baa real Happy Faba Aad Eai Quot Quot Caa i do anything Alaa for you sir Quot Tea i Baraiya pos Liria Kiad Nesa. The Landaal of a Alioa of a Oaly , Aon a tra Waad a Bryk bit Katf lab Vaif Dot Btl a in Fubara b Iba Powar a of lbs p a bail a Taia tar Der i i Btry Ami tia. A the be saws while congressmen were debating tha policy of Rea rioting the Issue of the new government Bonds to sum not less than one Hundred dollars and knocked Butek had Forth the Ehatt Hecocks of ancient argument Gainet and in favor of fifty do fair Bonds the Needle women of Tbs nor Tbs rid and Western Hills get cities and towns add the mesh epics and apprentices of Thrifty Habile and patriotic Faith stepped Forward and settled the question authoritatively and in favor of both issues. Thirteen Hundred and fifty of them carried their Little Hemings to Jay Cooke e agencies and bought fifty Dollar Bonds and eighteen Hundred of them bought one Hundred Dollar Bonds. A Telegram communicating thie precious fact to the proper committee in we Shii ton was accepted a a decision of the inf under discussion and the pro vision in the Bill it Tihoi bag the Small Bonds was retainer Quot what novelties in finance does this War give legitimate birth to How it Unoo Ere to eight the Broad deep eternal foundation of the american democracy the love Faith Industry and Intelli Muce of the people in the monarchies of Europe War Loans Are Teken by wealthy Housea and combinations of banker. In the Monar Obi a of Europe the people Hoard and hide their earnings in time of War. In the bight of War the Humble al american women and men those who customarily eat the daily Breed of daily Labory with a Brave Joy and generous Confidence bring All they have and lend it to their country. Tia Wise As Well As Noble new York Tribune. Is saps Tom str tire. During the american War several of Montgomery a highlanders stragglers from the traversing parties fell into the Bende of the indians. Being Teken in ambush. Among others was Allan Mac Pherson who witnessing the miserable Fate of several of his fellow prisoners tortured to death by these cruel conquerer a and seeing them preparing to commence the name operations upon himself made signs that he had something to an interpreter was brought and Mcpher son told them that provided his life was spared for a few minutes he would Cem tunicate the secret of an extraordinary Medicine which if applied to the skin would cause it to resist the strongest blow of sword or Tomahawk and that if they would allow him to go to the Woods with a guard to collect the proper herbs he would prepare it and allow the Experiment first tried on Bis own neck by the strongest and most expert Warrior an Ong them. Thia Story easily gained credence with the Euper Stivous redskins and the High Lender s raquet wee instantly complied with. Being taken into the Woods he soon returned with such plants As he chose to pick up. Having boiled these herbs he rubbed his neck with the juice and laying Hie head upon a log of Wood he desired the strongest Man among them to strike at his neck with his Tomahawk. Accordingly an Indian aiming a blow with All his strength Cut with such Force that the head flew off to the distance of severs Yards. The indians were lost in amusement both at their own credulity and at the address by i Ich the prisoner had escaped the lingering death prepared for him but instead of being enraged at the escape of their victim they were so pleased with Hie ingenuity that they inflicted no further injuries and cruelties on their remaining prisoners. Hogs two Bdl. Full one half of the Petroleum Compa Nina now advertising their pretensions in the various news spere of the Day Are frauds. It would be difficult to crowd More atrocious fils Boods into the same space then some of these concerns contrive to do in their score Are before the Public paying dividends which never earned a Dollar in the whole course of their existence the dividends being paid from Stock subscriptions. Othere pretend to own Wells which pump Twenty to one Hundred barrels per Day. When in fact they Are not getting a drop of Oil. There Are now on record five Hundred and fifty companies with a nominal capital of Over three Hundred and fifty eix Millious of Dollers while there Are less than three Hundred Wells containing Oil in the country. Thia Bubble will burst one of Tebee Days and great will be the calamity thereof. Be guarded in time and sex Arcisa great care in the investment of your Nonay in this line of new York business Mirror. A less sad Beer. What a blessed Day is the Sabbath to Iba a san who names warily oat Ohea but a Brief ill pea of Home during tha toiling Waak who in off a the morning while it tile a Are closed in slumber nor Beck at night till they Are again sealed by Alee of what would he know of the very Ohio Leo for whom he toils were it not for the Blei eed breathing respite of the Sabbath what honest working Man s child will Ever forget this Day when clean and Neal it is his privilege to climb Fath a a Kate. And hang upon Hia neck and Tell him All the Newe which Geek to make a Bia narrow Little world. Narrow did we May we Noall lbs word for it wide no oat into Iba bound Lead ooh an of a Tarity. Sabbath a for lbs working maa a children. 8a would a Bava it a Day hallowed by a Wall pm of Bona Ivl his not a wbk a Tbs Little Baad Quaita of Mutota a bin re al pm Hor had Lova a Bell wry to ii Dowa Tea by Arad Day fall Iba a a a a a. = Las svy a Jef Quot usus Quot la Flent agr it Deal of excitement was a in our quiet Village a few Days so some wag declaring that a Larse Quantity of a Heil had been found concealed in a flour barrel to our peaceful is sliding rebel hating Liberty upon being interrogated a to what kind of Quot Abells Quot they were of f�i4 that when used for destructive purposes they were not fired from Mortera but were thrown by Bend. Liis led to the supposition Hist they were Quot hand but after thoroughly investigating the matter we have obtained the fact which we take pleasure in laying before the Public hoping that after their perusal our citizens my breathe More freely and be less troubled with horrid visions of Quot blood and carnage Quot during Tebei slumber a. A few Days a go or. B. F. Suliama purchased a barrel of flour from or. Dua upon taking it Home and opening it he found Thaxie Lead of the first ingredient of the Quot Stafl of Tiff Mhz Bartel Coa trained an Quot unknown Etta Lily Iff Tot terrible instruments of War butt la Odelio ious Quot fruit Quot which now rets la cent per Dosena eggs or. Willisms saw that he had the Besl of the joke on his Side but being until in to take the advantage just a cause be could he Quot toted Quot the eggs Back and had the mistake rectified. Or. Dunbar a will known loyalty excuses him from Ell biome in the of fair but the villain who started such a report to scare our women and children to death deserves to be i held oui of town with the same article which a has 60 grossly Liberty Herald. An Vagush Gate fsr Spaak Erasm. There is a famous prescription in use i9 England for the cure of drunkenness by which thousands Are said to have been assisted in recovering themselves. The receipt come into notoriety through the Effort. Of John Vine Hall commander of the great Eastern steamship. He had Fri urn into such is Binal drunkenness that his most Estoest efforts to reclaim Hin of pruned unavailing. At length be sought the advice of an eminent physician. Who gov a him a prescription which he followed of mob fully for months and at the end of inst time a Jil al desire for liquor al though he had been for Many ears led captive by e most debasing appetite. The receipt which he afterwards in bashed and by which so Fany other drunkard have been assisted to Reform is a follow sulphate of Iron five grains magnesia ten grains Peppermint water eleven drachmas spirits of Nutmeg one drachma twice a Day. This preparation Acta As a tonic and stimulant and so partially supp miss the plan a of the accustomed liquor and prevent that absolute and Mora prostration that follow a sudden breaking off from the use of Atim lusting drinks. A Landers of the before the Telegraph operators by cd my so expert As at present ludicrous blunders were of frequent occurrence from the Nec Eussry ambiguity in transmitting on letter at a time. A manager of a Telegraph company gives an instance As of recent occurrence upon the line Between Boston and new York. A gentleman sent a Diapa Toh requesting parties in new York to Forward simple Forks by express. When the Ines Sage wis delivered it read thus Quot Forward simple for k. the parties a who received it replied by asking what simple k. Wanted. Of course the gentleman came to the office and complained that the dispatch had been transmitted incorrectly and the operator promised to repeat accordingly he telegraphed the new York operator that the dispatch a bold Hava read Quot Forward simple the new York operator having read it wrong in tho first instance could not decipher it differently now. He replied that he did read it. Quot Sample for k. and so delivered it Quot but Quot returned the Boston operator. Quot i did not say for k. S., but of re a Quot a. Quot what a stupid that fellow is in Boston Quot exclaimed the new York operator. Quot a says he did t say for k. Bat for k. the Boston operat6r tried for an hour to make the new York operator read it forked but not succeeding he wrote the dispatch upon a slip of paper and forwarded it by mail and it remained a standing joke upon the Hue for Many Montha after Ard. Costly a Hosp from a communication in tha Pri Drio Farmer of last week we learn that a Viool Raiser in Michigan has a full blooded Bult for which he has been offered 8s.5po.--f several of his isms have been sold to �?�1,200 Esch St the be of six another sheep Reiser in Vermont waa Leaf week offered 980.000 for two Merino Bucks but would not sell them. Sheep so no from that Stato to the great Hamby Fig fair in March last took premiums Over entrees made by Louis Napolson and the a teat Wool growers of Saxony and Siberia n the Weet tha raising of sheep is Only beginning to attract the a to Anion of Agri Cutler Aliste. Tea Husk Panit let a thai the Experiment made at tha Clinton paper Mills Steubenville to Nuudi facture printing paper from com husky a by lbs Aoa irian path no is progressing vary pulp produce4 from tha Bailie is my a hit As Tea driven a now and a Aid to by equal in appearance to ibo pm Ilii it Mada from ool Tou or Liana Raga. It it la thirty nov Liaa of to Nessee 17,7 Voto Wate mail Fri a state

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