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Delphi Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - September 20, 1865, Delphi, Indiana Vii. Xiv. Delphi Indiana wednesday. September 20, 1865. No. 42. Feel pm tel. T�h7b�mccain. A publisher terms thi journal in published every wednesday morning it �8 60 or ennui if paid in evence?�8 00 if Peid within the yer�?18 50 if not Psid till the Ocoee of to year. For six month to 85�?for three month 65o, no subscription will be received for a Shorter term then three month iffy a a im�1 terms of advertising. One Square 15line� one insertion,.$l Kwoh additional insertion one Square for three months mix m a a mls to to him a a one year. One fourth it of a column one year. One third of a column one year. Half Olumn Sis Mouths. A a a a one year.,.�. One column Sis months.,.,�?� a a one year 00 50 5 00 8 00 Iti 00 80 00 85 00 80 00 30 00 30 00 60 00 advertisements will be Genii need until forbid a a the expense of the advertiser if no definite Lime is a a messed. Ornen in Rinehart a build input a Taire Louth Eide of the Public Square Toledo a web huh rail Bond. Trains leave Delphi As followed going baht mail express freight freight 6,38 6.65 7.80 10,06 2.00 am . . . , under the leaves thick a Assn Lesve a from the soft Biown Sarth Happy Spring Tims hath Oslo so them Forth j first faint Promise of summer Bloom breathes from the fragrant a West perfume tinder the leaves. Lift them 1 what mar Valoua Beauty Lias hidden beneath from our thoughtless see May Flowers Rosy or purest White or their pupa to the sudden Light under the leaves. Are there no lives whose holy deed a seen by no Eye save his who reads motive and action in a Lencs grow into rare Beauty and Bud and blow under the leaves fair White Flowers of Faith and Trust springing from spirits bruised and Orua hed b Osamos of love roat Tio Tod and Bright touched and painted with Haaven a own Light under the leave a full fresh Louetere of duty borne fairest of All in that Shadow grown i wondrous the fragrance that a West and rare Cornea from the Dower Upa hidden there under the Leavee though Raaeen by our vision dim Bud and blog am Are known to him i Watt we Content for his heavenly my wait till our master himself one Day lift eth the leaves going wb8v, Moil a a a 11,48 . Exp Road a 10,05 pm freight a a 2.00 pm. Freight a a a 405 pm. Freight a a 12.00 ism. Wow. ski family Sittle. The Duel on ti1e dire. At Sfritto Ano a of Jav Public Delphi Indiana. Of Lloa Bouth aide Public Suaarez Over a a 0, 0, moure1� store aug fun 1865 of mins As Stewart a Delphi Indiana. A. H. Evans a torn to at Delphi. Of Flocs in Boll a Indiana Block fast Side Square s. . Law a to of All am. Notice. Daily a Graham at tvs sat Law will promptly attend to All Bucinel a connected with the a practice of their profess Ion throughout this and adjoining counties. Probate business of every kind promptly and faithfully attended to. They can be found during Bui Inea hours of the Day Ano night Al their Nylice in the North East Corner room of the ground floor of the court House Delphi Indiana. June 1 05 by or. C. Amp it or. Aspic Sci awvqsh8aw xray real estate amp soldiers claim agents Jonathan c. Al plug att. Delphi. Ind. Juleon apply oath. J notarial Buttine attended to and Abat Raote of titles furnished to All Landa and 1 own Lota in Carroll county. Home insurance company of Lal Hyette Indiana. Icapit�l.$130,000. Secured by Lien on real estate. Cash value $1,606,017 00. Property Ivy sure against lost or damage by fire at the usual rates. Especial attention paid to the insurance of dwellings a farm property insures such buildings and contents on favourable terms from one to seven years fire by lightning included. Of Iobra a Fol. 8ainsbury, president a. H. Bryan vice president Charles e. Scarlett Sec by m. W. Newton supt. Agencies. Directors and references. Hon. R. C. Gregory judge of supreme court Hon. Q. H. Test judge Cir. Court Lafayette col. John Osborn Greencastle ind. Col. J. M does sir l Lafayette ind. Col. Jambs Gavin Greensburg ind. Judge s. A. Hoff Lafayette ind. John d. Gougar. Att�?Ty., Lafayette ind. Opt. W. Ii. Bryan Lafayette ind. John a. Stun att�?Ty., Lafayette ind. Thou. B. Long att�?Ty., Terre haute ind. . We. William8, Warsaw ind. . P Morton Indianapolis ind. Hon. H. P. Did dub Logansport ind. Hon. W. R. Noffsinger Indianapolis ind. Col. A. H. Conner p. Ik., Indianapolis ind. I. Mattingly. Plymouth ind. Chas. E. Scarlott Lafayette. Ind. Hon. David Tukik Montic. Llo ind. Col. Thou. Dowling Terre haute ind. We. Sainsbury Lafayette ind. Matthew Simpson Delphi ind. Or. Snyder Camden ind. Those having property to insure will do Well to patronise our Home company. You can find our agent at the lumber Yard Delphi ind. It j. R. Copeland age to. April 19.1865. 20�? new millinery store Kab sub. Mrs. M. J. Murphy Wiah a to inform the cd Titena of Delphi and Vicinity that Abe he seed a new millinery store on mail Street in Artiuh a new building Over Higgin Bottaro and do Waey a jewelery store door no.7,left hand where aha will be Happy to wait on All who May give her a Call. She will a prepared to suit the Fanoy of All As aha intends to keep the very be Quality of goods on hand. Her a took consist o different varieties bonnets and hat a to apply just received and for Sale very cheap and of the very latest styles. Howes improved sewing machine. I am agent for this celebrated sewing machine and can Supply and fill Alt orders Maue. I keep a Good Supply of Needle always on band. Give me a Oak sad get Good bargain. Mrs. . Murphy. Delphi july 8, 1866. _7tf Tureen balls wanted. I Gall upon All those Wao know that they have been owing me from on to five Urais Lor goods a old them to Call and pay me and save further costs and lha making of forced with the. Collecting officer. It we a fair Day on lha ii or Ohio Tho grind Saloon Otho Atea Raer Kishio Oquillar Watro crowded with Paa Angera Tho Odiot in i after portion lounged upon luxurious die in lipping Cooling beverage or sleep ing Over recent i Era ure and in end Oul among Ham played a dark eyed child who now and than cried petulantly for Hia papa. Tha latter i in a dim Oloane Forward Cabin at Ono of Tho Many Oard Tahala. A waa Eale and agitated for to waa lowing heavily Little by it to Fortune bed Booko Ned him on and now that the waa receding he Gam bled Roekle Valyi but the Cool Clever gentle Man with the hurling hair sitting opposite a wept Oil the Eagie without a am lie. The?T0er waa wild at Taoh misfortune he doubled Hia Atadea tha Winner always doting with him though Orel Early and it waa not hard to read in tha former1� darkening face that he mounted Hia loaves Teri Ouay it waa a game of poker and there were Many participant out thaae two divided All attention. Five Earde were dealt to each and the player wagered upon the Reia Tive value or their Euita of a Bencea if the troubled Man held four Tena the other waa certain to hold four Knave twice he hold All the King the other called four Aoee. A a i do not own a dime in tha world a cried the Pale gentleman at last a a will you place two Hundred dollars against my watch a the person with the flowing hair bowed politely. Quot i go the watch upon my hand to cried the Palo gentleman sanguine by desperate. A Quot i raise you two Hundred Dollar a answered the Cool person gravely. A a you have a handsome Emerald upon your Finger Wili you a take it for that amount a the Palo Man threw it Down with a curve. A a i show four Queens a he said. M the ring end watch arc mine a replied the other calmly. A a 1 show four Kings a the Pale Man sprang from Hia chair with a howl. A a i Call god to witness that i have been swindled a he biased. A i am die graded ruined 1 the Money which i have lost was not mine. That Man he a made me a thief and he wears upon Hia Finger my poor wife a wedding ring ?� in another instant he had scattered his own brains upon Tbs bystanders. The survivor wiped his coat complacently and lit a fresh Cigar. The Steamer was pausing at some station and amid the haste and confusion he stepped pleasantly ashore. The lines had been cast adrift the wheels spun round again the boat moved on when a shrill piercing scream arose from among the throng. It waa the dark eyed child and he had found Hia papa. A come Heab my Little to Nares re said an old negro Steward lifting the boy aloft and wiping his eyes. Quot does be see a gentleman yonder on the Quay a mos respect Able Gene Leman a wine in de Back Dat Mao has got your pass Golden Jewels?� the boy marked fiercely through his tears the shapely limbs and the Long Bright ringlets and on the strangers White hand the glitter of the dead Man a Gem. A gosh of grief drowned out the scene and the Steamer drifted Sway. Twenty years followed and each year w witnessed upon the Western Waters its Host of dupes and Blackleg. But among the latter class there was one singularly eccentric and successful. He never lost there was no impossibilities in the games which he played. He was a necromancer with cards with some there were chances he made All Chance a certainty. He plundered the poor and the Rich yet cast their purses Hack again with scorn in his dark eyes and he waa invariably searching for s gentlemanly tourist with flowing hair upon whose track he seemed to be forever yet whom he never found. At times he would leap from the gaming table As a Steamer passed exclaiming that he saw the object of his search and offer the Captain his Fortune to turn and overtake him. He remarked him upon rafts and landings end in receding villages end among the thousand faces of Busy cities. Yat with those glimpses the figure passes away and the years dragged by and the travelling Public thought the Young Mao Creay though not upon the subject of Carda. They met one Day the pursuer and pursued after All those Twenty years. It was a fair afternoon upon Tho Mississippi and upon the Steamer Kish Leo Moi has. They eat in the Forward Cabin at one of Tho Many tables and the floor at the lest of the pursuer was Derk with ancient Hloyd stains. I beg your Pardon a be said quietly handing Hia dark Eye upon Bis opponent a a will you change places with me the flowing hair of the other waa very Grey but he waa Calm As Winter and Only for a moment be faltered. A if you insist a be answered pleasantly a a it Ean give you no Advantage?� they were wonderfully matched but the Young Man won. They wagered extravagantly. And they wanted deliberately but the Young Man always won. I will play you my watch Quot said the elderly person and the Young Man won. A a Here Are sleeve but tons and a brooch a be said again 1st us go on a a and Tbs Young Man woo a a i have nothing More a smiled the Pur aus As cold a a stalagmite. A i ass a handsome ring upon your Finger an Emerald will you Hazard it a the old Man Laid it Down after a pause a a it la my last ornament a he muttered a a i show four Queens?� a and 11�?� a risked the dark eyed youth tossing away Gold table and chairs a a show four Kings f the ring is mine. You won it t of my Fother whom you murdered Hia blood fell where you stand and where will Hava Yours?� they grappled at ouse knives flashed in the dark close Cabin and pistols crack dec and snapped the boats off Loeis and the bystanders dashed in and Tore them apart and they would have beaten the Young Man that Hia hand waa raised against Gray hairs a give de boy fair play a cried Tho old negro Steward. A i knows Mem Boffl dese a Yea saw is Fader of do Young Mars a stretched at is Odorns foot. Let Mem ashore Cap Tain give each of dem a knife end let de boat go on ?� they placed them on the Slippery Dike Marsh on one aids where Slimy alligators Lay basking and on the other the Broad tur bid Mississippi the passengers crowded a it 1 the great Hulk of Thea Teamer drove on they foil upon other n the Clear Light of the afternoon their knives glittered an instant and then the Avenger stood alone with the Gray hairs at Hie Foet. A boat coming Down the River put in for the solitary tourist and the rival vessels began to measure Speed. Their Orews buoyed them on with a Wager and Hussa. They summoned every Inoh of steam to Whir their gleaming wheals and the timbers in either Craft trembled like Shipwreck. There was a booming Raab a Guen of vapor and fire and Ehreke piercing the sky and the River the hindmost Steamer burst into frag ments the Avenger sad Tbs avenged were equal i a queer Story. The following Story is going the Rounda of the european pries during Tho too spation of Northern Germany by the French in 1810 11, the Young count Londy was a lieutenant in the army which too upion the department de 1 Elbe of which the oily of Hamburg waa the Centre and when marshal Davoust Prince of Euk Muhl reigned with terror Aud cruelty which even now is too vividly remembered by Tho oldest Iuhautant?� than cams the russian Campaign and the subs Quant Retreat of the French to 1812, fifteen years later a youth of unknown parentage was apprenticed to a Hamburg builder. Step by step he Rose until at last he himself became a master builder and prot ipod a such in Hie native City. The Tarrilla fire of 1862, which red oud two third of tha place to aah i brought great activity into the building Trade As a natural consequence and or. Londy combining the work of contractor and House Speculator with his profession gradually became a Rich Man and it now Ono of the most extensive font raptors of Hamburg. The Young lie tent of fifty years ago had in the mean time become an old Man and is still alive. Happening one Day to take up a German newspaper he found a person hearing Hia name mentioned a taking an Active part in some improvements at Hamburg. Hit name is an uncommon one and he waa struck with it As occurring in a place where fifty years ago he quartered for several months p could a Lave left his name there in a manner which sometimes will occur the thing haunted him and at last he determined to find out beyond All doubt. To did so and the result of his inquiries was that or. Londy the builder proved to be the counts son. He Baa since been formally acknowledged As such and will succeed the Rich and hitherto childless old count in Hia honors titles and property. The loss of a wife. In comparison with the loss of a wife All other bereavement Are trifling. The wife she who fills so Large a space in the Domestic heaven she who busied herself so in a Wear edly for the precious ones Ito und her litter bitter is the tear that Falls on her cold Clay you stand beside her coffin and think of the past. It seems an Amber coloured pathway where the Sun shone upon Beautiful Flowers or the stars Hung glitter ing overhead. Fain would the soul linger there. No thorns Are remembered save those your hands May us willingly have planted. Her Noble tender heart lies open to your inmost sight. You think of her now As All gentleness All Beauty All purity. But she is dead the dear heart that Laid upon her bosom rests in the still darkness upon a Pillow of Clay. The hands that have ministered so until singly Are folded White and cold beneath the gloomy Portal. The heart whose every beat measured an eternity of love lies under your feet. The Flowers she Bent Over with smiles Bend now above her with tears shaking the Dew from their petals that the verdure around her May be kept Green and Beautiful. There it no White srm Over your shoulder no speaking face to look up into the Eye of love no trembling lips to murmur a a of it is too Sad?� there is so strange a hush in every room no Light footsteps passing around. No a mile to Greet you at Nightfall. And the old clock ticks and strikes and ticks it was such music when she could hear it now it seems a Knell on the hours through which you watched the shadows of death gathering open her Sweet face. And every Day the clock repeats that old Story. Many another tale it Tellett too of Beautiful words and deeds that Are registered above. You feel of How often that the grave cannot keep her. Income tax. Below is the income tax paid by citizens of Carroll county of the incomes of 1864 this Doss not include tax paid for licenses pianos Gold watches and carriages. Rate 5 per cent. Safon j $109 95 Angel Charles 8 90 Aiki Naon w h 15 70 Allen Henry 60 00 Armstrong f g 38 15 Anderson Robt 54 00 Adkinson we 24 55 Applegate j c 30 30 Armstrong a 17 40 Appenzeller j 28 35 54 55 Adams Warren 14 65 6 60 Ayres James 13 50 8 co Briggs Jeanae 60 40 23 35 bosom Sam 5 55 Arnot Jacob Athba j Allen we Bone Adam Bridge l h Bridge James Barnard 0 m Brown Samuel Barnard t Bundy Jamas Betts Nathul Burns 0 s bail Jacob broker w h Blok Robt Bowen a h 7 10 8 70 16 05 25 15 20 25 5j70 8 50 3940 27 50 Brook Bank j Ballard j r Boiles h 0 Barr John Burr John Ballard Anson Baum j l Buckley Isaac Baum David 63 50 52 35 22 20 66 80 25 60 4 70 24 40 23 65 22 30 16 00 13 65 37 35 3 30 6 05 15 55 Briney Henry 13 95 Black Paul 190 50 turn Gragera Bulger Charles 81 65 Baughman 0 e 61 60 Bowen Enoch 10 75 Bradshaw j 33 90 Blanchard j r 35 75 Barnes we a 7 15 bar Neejohn $95 Barnett r j 15 00 Biddle Spencer 32 00 Bemba to Peter 47 75 Bragunier j j Bragonier s 20 75 Byre Laom 9 50 Crook a we 21 85 Case John s 7 00 Cullum we 4 50 Cunningham w 19 35 Coble Nicholas 6 65 Cripe Stephen 8 75 Clare John Crowder a 5q 00 Cochran j m Colton c w 13$ 80 Compton w k 19 55 Cory Noah 100 35 cans Reed 8,220 00 Cole a j 13 30 clinging Peel g 13 95 Coble v 8 55 Caingin Irpeel e 28 00 Crowell John 2@ 30 Coffman j a Crowell Jacob 8 25 Cook John a Crowell a 2 70 crips Elias Cartwright j a 3 30 Cohee John Conklin Eli 9 55 Cook John Cunningham b 37 05 Cunningham j Cream David 6 $5 Cline j l Clymer Samuel 28 85 Cline g w Cox Joaeph 45 80 cd ins in Spry c Cowley de 5 50 clips we Conklin we n 17 00 Crawford j 18 70 Dickinson j it 75 health Basil 6 00 Dugan j p Doggett e j Devia e r Draper we Dewey j h Dixon John daily b u 12 56 17 10 37 60 600 13 76 1 15 15 20 � 70 18 40 22 20 31 95 6 60 7 60 3,600 00 12 50 Downham j 13 80 8 95 Debolt Daniel 8 85 5 40 Dern Ezra 6 55 Denniston w 11 89 45 Dern Ethan 42 35 Dyer Zebulon 12 15 Dawaon s 15 45 Davidann j m 20 40 Dudley f g 2 40 Donovan t 10 50 Duncan b s 38 40 Dael a Rahatun 7 65 Dunkle we 9 50 Eika Bury Joel 7 65 Evans a 11 7 15 Eikenburg Joe 29 80 Evar Aole Henry 19 60 Eika Bury i 30 55 eld Ridge am 40 70 Evans Joaeph 11 30 Eikenburg i m 21 20 Rar Heimsn i 30 00 Flora Jonae 3 70 a a Urry Jacob 9 00 Flora Jacob 49 20 Wisher Samuel 12 70 Flora David 39 25 Fairchild r h $9 45 Flora John ii 21 30 b oust we ii 3 05 Flora Abraham 18 70 follow same 2 85 Fennell James 3 35 Fouat Solomon i29 50 Fellows Sam 46 60 Gwinn h 28 30 Gasaway w h 6 45 Gwinn John t 63 55 Graham or 39 20 Gwinn John c 7 40 Garrett a 52 00 Gwinn j w i 7 30 Glasscock j w 62 20 Grant John m 70 00 Ginter John 10 65 Gaumer Chas 52 85 Groninger Geo 8 10 Gillam Thos 2 95 Garrett j 186 35 Gillam John 14 10 Gross Henry 21 00 gee John �36 15 Gregg Charles Gordon Levi 24 90 Grantham a Greenup s 48 00 Griffith j w Greenup j m 48 00 Grant Israel Greenup c c 48 00 Gregg Aaron 3 15 Gaylord c 8 Sibbitt Richard stretch Jonathan Snow Berger John Sima Lewis b Sia Vart Jaa m 58 80 Stanley 37 79 Stone John 19 40 Shively Jacob 85 00 sell a Nimrod 79 05 Stranathan we a drawbridge b z 245 95 Shirar g w Siboret Henry Schoeff Chris Snydar Geo c Sidenbender w swagman John k Sampson Hiram Sidenbender j Shanklin John s Trent we Tinkum Isaac Trent Jeremiah Trent John tinkle Eliza Pihale Henry 3 30 Vandeventer John 69 10 Wagoner m Wyatt Alaton Wynona p Wyatt pm Wyatt Baren Wio kaid a j a maid j b White John h Whit we Weaver Horae Wagoner j or Wuo Fendal Chaa via John Walker de w right h m Ward Caleb weal John Yea Guy Henry Young a f Zum Joaeph 14 00 Shirar Thomas 14 15 Shirar Levi 18 55 Shaffer John 36 75 Sines Alfred 16 65 swanders Edward 60 00 Stoyor David 17 70 8ton e p 24�5 Stephens Samuel 27 8o Thomaa a 63 90 Thompson f 26 Tifi Thompson s 22 20 Troxell Jacob 12 94 Thomaa Chaa Unger Hanry Vangundy a 80 05 Wise Leonard 39 15 Wingard m b 4 25 weat Chaa r 8 05 Willmm sonar. 18 50 Wilson Chaa 33 8� Wellheuser m j4 10 Wilson Johnd 10 45 Wingard John or 15 95 it Ilion Jaa h 25 10 West Newman 18 75 Wila David 3 00 waa Aon Thoa l 6g 60 Wilson Harrison 2u 15 Wolf Jacob 70 96 Wood Chas a 25 50 Williams h g 9 1u Wilson Abel 2 75 Young Solomon 10 45 Zartman David 1 35 35 50 865 735 865 550 59 30 34 30 67 40 111 55 9 70 5 20 20 00 30 00 30 50 43 95 16 80 15 60 45 10 78 85 4 80 200 40 18 85 23 60 3 30 3 25 44 85 54 25 44 85 12 70 44 85 14 75 14 45 500 17 75 4 95 57 75 314 80 605 13 50 44 20 washing Day a Germany yes 1 even in Germany they have washing Jay. They Are Thos graphically described in a letter from an american lady it is one of the chief glories of the German housewives to possess abundance of Hnsen and for tha purpose of displaying their wealth they put off their washing till used up some three weeks some six some half a year and those who Are More affluent have washing but once a year. Every House contains a Quot Sci Marta Thuc Kommer a where the dirty elot bes Are Hung up on poles or lines in the air. When the drawers Ami presses Are nearly empty two or three Washerwoman Are hired who come at two in the morning take a cup of Coffee and some bread with wine or cider Dine at twelve at three or four again a cup of Coffee with bread and then Wash till supper at eight. They Wash in very Large Oval Juba at which four or five can stand at ones. So it goes on for several Days according to the number of clothes. The remainder of the week is spent in ironing sheets Pillow cases and All the a gathered clothes Are mangled and towels stockings children s . $c., ale Only folded. During the whole weak no Womer in the family can think of anything but the Wash and by tha and of it some have sure hands fog they use Lye and Are All out of Maou Gibson Adams Good valentinoil8 80 Gillam j w Lover a sex 11 55 hat Dey John Ildebrand a 3 60 Igginbotham Richard l 10 45 Luff Solomon 16�0 to Over h 1 75 Lover Jacob 43 95 Hiney Jacob Hubbard e w Halsey we Harley d r Hoover Daniel Holmes j a Horn Hack a Holt Vine Hinkle John 12 10 Hardy Hugh 54 20 Hursh Charles 35 50 Hardy we 3 90 13 90 11 55 22 35 3 50 36 50 16 50 3 75 50 00 10 05 16 00 4 90 73 95 18 70 17 45 14 40 13 85 7 45 41 85 8 45 20 30 25 15 8 00 Harter Lewis j 16 55 Holmes we 23 05 Jackson Isaac 12 55 Johnson Robyjr 29 60 Julien Daniel 4 60 Johnson m 24 55 Johnson we 21 65 James James c 11 15 Jones Lewis 12 80 i Gery Philip 13 75 Kingery b 4 50 Kennedy j r 12 50 Kelsey Thomas 5 80 Knettle Jacob 44 60 Kingery j f 20 60 Keever John 19 55 Kirkpatrick ja36 55 King James 5 75 Kerlin Mahlin 18 50 Knight pm 24 75 Kilgore j w 15 25 line j c 49 50 Lathrop John 71 60 Lenon Levi 29 00 Lenon John 32 10 landia Felix 20 25 Loutz Henry a 10 65 Landis Jas hrs 17 30 love we \ 2t 40 Landis John 32 05 Leonard w to 16 05 Landis Jacob 11 20 Lyon it j 49 40 Landis Jacob b 7 10 Ledman James 15 00 Loman Isaac 27 35 Leonard n i 36 90 Leah Christian 24 70 Hatfield Curti 14 25 Hinesly Daniel Haughey j b 18 90 Hinkle Joseph Harter a 195 Harter John Hammil j ii 22 30 harness we Humerickhouse Hendrix z John 1 00 Hilderbrandt Lyon John l Mccain Robey l Myers Samuel Mabbitt we Maggart David Myers John most Jacob Manor Alfred Maxwell we Murphy a Mcclure j c Moore w c Mcdonald d b j Mcclure h s Martin Lewis Mccain Samuel Mullendore Jno Mcdowell Tny a. Martin we i May David Merritt f j Noble Alex Neff Finley Neff Christian Nehr Levi j Penn John w Pearson John s Pigman g w Peterson John Porter r h Palmer Randall Palmer s h Rutter George Richardson j f Reynolds i j j Rinehart Enoch ruffing j n Cliburn Jamoa Mullendore j h Mcdowell Jas Mullendore j Mcmannis b Mathew. James Martin Robt Musselman John Moore a s Mccain w h Mitchell Robt million Robt count Daniel Mentzer Ignea Moore w g Montgomery Robt Marttn Henry r Miller Francis Mcfarland a p Mccain Daniel 41 65 a 55 32 25 8 25 13 10 28 70 6 75 10 25 9 75 79 45 20 00 18 75 2 10 120 00 06 75 19 35 37 65 25 10 12 00 53 00 Milroy Samuel l 22 20 Mccain James Moore Cameron 25 00 Musterman d t a a a a 63 50 nth we 8 55 Mickam Thoa 32 95 Nice Elijah 8 10 Newby James 5 80 Overhalser Aaron 24 60 Patton Hezekiah 62 to Price Joeeph 4 00 Parka Absalom 3 20 we 12 30 Pullen David 20 00 Pangburn we 39 45 Quinn Edward 37 99 Replogle David 36 85 Rvan Ashley 13 60 Robinson c w 47 80 Robinson s h 3 00 Robertson a b Robertson Geo eat 57 75 Robertson John p Reigle w a i 3 15 Rutter b h Kohlbaugh Lafael 10 50 Rorbaugh 1 43 05 Reeh Jamas 9 55 roup John 10 00 games Samu-1 10 00 Sebring a j 19 25 Saa Diler Noah 15 75 Stewart James 11 35 Stansel Chas 110 80 Speece George 9 90 Ginko g w 51 50 Saxon Jas r 18 90 Sterlin Thomaa 61 85 Saybolt Joha 18 90 Sidenbender Joa 18 90 Shock Benj 20 Smith w c a t Hollins Jonathan Riffey a i stamp Ansalet Schillinger Geo Shafer Eli Rehul z a f j Smith James Sterritt Jaa m Storlin Jas p Speece Jacob or Speece b w Stansel w h Speres Jacob or Speece Dautel by map m 19 75 50 45 16 20 22 70 4 50 0 10 800 9 50 52 95 21 30 115 00 3 55 13 95 11 25 20 15 20 00 a 90 a 50 18 10 23 55 8 30 35 85 18 90 22 50 5 95 35 00 4 46 10 10 23 55 39 00 28 35 23 0 19 80 4 05 33 85 21 40 71 45 36 85 22 00 1 05 11 45 10 50 508 33 9. 12 05 45 00 95 42 15 61 85 70 85 59 65 18 55 13 � 49 50 18 15 53 20 Copperhead catechism. Q. What party seceded from the Union waged a Helen ileum War of four Yeara and la for All the blood that has been shed Aud All the debt created in who sup Presa on of the rebellion a. The democratic party. Q what party produced All Tho traitors in the United states a. The democratic party. Q. What party fought against the Union in the South and gave Tho rebels a a a id and Oom Lortz in the North a. Tiie demo ratio party. Q. What party opposed the War resisted the draft Ami denounced or. Lincoln As a tyrant and usurper worthy of death a. The democratic party. Q. What party taught that a Frei Isonoe to Tyrala wan obedience to god a thue teaching the people the Erimo of As Efesina lion a. The demo ratio party. Q. What party in their political pro sea alone Eung songs threatening to a hang Abe Lincoln on a sour Apple tree a a. The demo ratio party. Q. What party produced Booth Harrold at Erot and Bayne r a. The demo ratio party. Q. What party advocating the doctrine of the Virginia and Kentucky Renoi Uticone Baa been teaching rebellion Ever since the nullification Days of John 0. Calhoun a. The demo ratio party. What party a Given birth to All the advocates of state rights nullification conspiracy and civil War a. The demo ratio party. Q. What party Alono originated such organization As the son of Liberty and the nights of the Goldon Circle a. The democratic party. Q. What party advocated an armistice and Compromise with rebels in arms a. The democratic party. Q. What party during the last War never rejoiced Over the victories of the Union army Seldom put out flags and evinced by their Demeanour their deep Chagrin that the rebels had been Defeated a. The democratic party. Q. What party secretly armed itself last year for the purpose of slaying their Union neighbors a. The democratic party. Q. What party threatened in Ohio if Vallanding bit was re arrested that 200,000 Detuno Ciais under Pugh would Rise in rebellion Rescue him and drive the tyrant Lincoln from his throne a. The democratic party. Q. What party contended with the Cincinnati enquirer that the United states was not a nation but a league of thirty four separate Sovereign ties thu justifying the a Toft of the South in withdrawing from the Union a. The democratic party. A q. What party in the South has practice miscegenation thus filling the country with yellow bastards a. The democratic party. Q. We amp to party talks loudest against negro Equality and practices it Moat a. Tha democratic party. Q. What party in less than two years if the radicals carry their Point will be begging negroes for their votes a. The democratic party. Ought such a party to be entrusted with political Power again a circles due Union. A a the rebel War debt we have called attention says tha Washington chronicle to tha combination of the South to effect the payment of thar debt and none Eiva it to to beyond our Power to admonish tha people and our Public Nan against them. That they will unless sternly cheeked become formidable there of no doubt. Tha foreigners interested in what Are known a a a Confederate Boodas lately held a meeting in London for the purpose of taking Steps to secure tha recognition of those infamous documents and by the subjoined article from the Philadelphia North american of yesterday it will be seen that even the Mobile a paper now under the management of John Forsyth one of the Alabama leaders of the rebellion who at its downfall asked to come Back to hit allegiance does not hesitate to insist upon the pay mint of what is called a a the rebel War debt of that state. It will be recollected that some weeks so a occasional a of the Preu we complained of by Tome of the friends of the government because he intimated that these very designs were on Foet. The preparations we svs referred to Are a rather Early realisation of his apprehensions. The sentiments of Tbs Aorta american will meat the approval of a patriotic citizens the Mobile Register expresses regret a to see is the proceedings of the convention of the 8tato of Mississippi some symptoms of the repudiation of the War debt of that state a and the Reg Eter proceeds to protest earnestly against the policy and to argue in favor of paying these fatal obligation. The same trouble will arise in All of the rebel states and Rosy As Well be Contemp rated and provided against. Virginia has already Tagun to show her Teeth on the same question. We have a National War debt which those people will have enough to do to pay their share of without burdening themselves in addition with these rebel obligation. Congress we presume will prov Ide effectually against any state Tising her Oit Sens to pay fatal debts. It May be said that these people have a right to tax themselves for shia purpose if they a proper but they have no right to tall residents of those states foi purposes totally to their consciences. The taxation mostly foils in the end on the poorest classes who to these retail states Are mostly Loyal and were to throughout the War. We see no Good Raa son Why the negro half of the population should be taxed to pay % debt incurred to Koep themselves in bondage. The United states government he from the first sin Phat Cally denied that these debts were incurred by any rightful state authority. For that very reason it overthrew the state governments As soon As peace was established. The debt rests on the same basis As the set of secession and should share the same Fate. Moreover we can give no More effectual lesson against future rebellion than to make every Dollar of the debt incurred in its support a dead loss. That would effectually cripple any subsequent revolt. Again if we allow this Assumption of rebel debts the taxation for both that and our own will become so enormous that the poorest classes will be unable to Bear it. Perhaps this May be the object of the rebel politicians who Are agitating the subject. Our approaching Congress will of course legislate severely to prevent this but the administration could materially Aid the movement by insisting upon part vision being made a the state conventions against the Assumption of the debts. Audij Fatm. Hirelings Man we have hired to Are ministers a Are you the preach for us a a a no sir i am Not?� a a i tag your Pardon Are you not the minister a a a yes sir i am the pastor of the Church Here but do you really think i have been hired to preach to you a a a Why be sir i was at the meeting when the Vole was taken to raise the Money. Did you not come Here expecting to receive a salary a a certainly and so does the governor of this state enter upon i duties expecting to receive a salary but would you say that he is hired to govern the slate a a not Exactly?� a and the reason is exactly this the governor is elected to fill a Ceram office and when you speak of him you think More of Hia office than you do of his salary. You do not hire him to do whatever you wish to set him at but you elect him to an office fixed beforehand and expressly defined i the Constitution and then you fix a salary that he May attend to his duties without embarrassment. The some is True of a pastor. You do not hire him to do a Job of preaching for you. You elect him to an office ordained by Christ and defined in the Constitution of the Church and then you affix a a salary that he May give himself wholly to the duties of his office a a your theory up Peers very Well but what practical difference does it Mike a a a just this. When you hire a Man you expect him to do As you say. When you elect a than to an office you expect him to do what the Constitution says?��?tract journal. 0tt let us accustom ourselves to have our minds abstracted in the Day time and during the course of our employments by looking singly to god by that let it a still All tha commotions of our heart m soon m we perceive it disturb Lfoyd and moved. Let us forsake All pleasure which coma not from god put away All vain thoughts and wild imaginations and speak no Idle word. Let a seek god within us and we shall infallibly find him and with him Joy and Peace?Penclon. A curious and Beautiful incident we printed a few Days ago an account of a mocking Bird which at the Battle of Resaca perched itself on the top of a tree and during the fight imitated the whistling of Texe bullets and other noises incident to a Battle. Another and a More touching incident of a similar character was yesterday related to us by Captain George Babbitt of Gen. Gres Hamas 6tafp of which be was himself a wit Ness. During the fierce Cann Nading at Nic Kajack a Small Bird came and perched upon the shoulder of an artillery Many the Man designated we believe As a no. 1?� whose duty it is to ram Down the charge after the ammunition is put in the gun. Tho piece was a Napoleon which makes a very loud report. The Bird As a have stated Perc Bec itself upon the mans shoulder and could not be driven from its position by the violent motions of the gunner. When the piece was discharged the poor Little thing would run its beak and head under the Many a hair at the Back of the neck and when the report flied away would resume its place upon his shoulder. Captain Babbitt took the Bird in his hand but when he released Bis grasp it immediately resumed its place on the shout der of the smoke beg rimmed gunner. The scene was witnessed by a Large number of officers and men. It May to a subject of co Nous inquiry what instinct led this Bird to thus place self. Possibly frightened at the violent commotion caused by the Battle and not knowing How to escape or where to Gol some instinct led it to throw itself upon the gunner As a protector. But whatever the cause the inc edit was a most Beautiful and pleasing one to Tell who witnessed It?Norfolk new regime. Guard against vulgar inn Guage. There is As much connection Between the words and the thoughts m there is Between the thoughts and the actions. The latter Are not Only the expression of the former but they have a Power to react upon the soul and leave the stain of their corruption there. A Young Man who allows himself to use ome vulgar or profane word he not Only shown that there is a fool spot upon his mind but by the utterance of that word he extends that spot and inflames it till by indulgence it will pollute and ruin tha Weie soul. Be careful of your words As Well As your though. If you can control the Tongue that no improper word9 Are pronounced by it you will soon be Able Alto to control the mind and save that from corruption. You extinguish the fire by smothering it or by preventing bad thug Bra bursting out into language. Never utter a word anywhere which you would be ashamed to speak in the presence of the most refined female or the most religious Man. Try this practice a Little while and you will soon have command of you Tell surface re unplug. The Gennesse Farmer says that much Bat been written in Praise of surface manuring within the last few years. On a very new Topio men Are Apt to allow their mind to run to extremes. We have no doubt that sur face manuring May be practice with Benefit within Cartain limits. On Low wet Landa where the a Oil a vary thin we should advice this Mode of practice. We have sofa the heaviest crop of grass from this method of any a aver witnessed. The freshet that overflow our intervals will often leave a sediment from which the largest crops of Hay Are realised. On the other hand a Largo per cent of manure a lost by top dressing on dry land and especially with Joam manure. We Taw a curious illustration of this a few years Sinca. A neighbor kept a horse and cow and not being in a situation to make use of Tbs manure in cultivation be ordered it hauled out and spread it in an old Orchard. The consequence we that tha ground became completely bound up instead of a Large crop of grass As we to Feu rated if actually diminished. Since that he Haa ploughed in his manure and received heavy crops. We recollect of top Dree song in a piece of Loam with muck directly from the the consequence was that a few stalks of Ber Graas grew very tall but there we no think going up of the Grassee on the surface of Abe ground. It May a regarded a a fix eff Rule that plants of rapid growth Lika those of our cultivated crops require the manure to be incorporated with the Oil to insure their Quick development. Trees grow rapidly where there is a covering of vegetable Mould upon the Sui face of the earth? a covering of partially decayed leaves prevents the evaporation of moisture going on rapidly while ther slow but uniform decay furnishes food for the Trees Llone the Adf font see of mulching Trees. We know of no better condition to which to procure a Good crop than by thoroughly incorporating an abundance of manure with tha Oil. Merely blowing to manure is not always Tbs Bast soon my. It have seen horse manure ploughed under a Green sword Early in the foil where it became a dry and and inert substance no sort of value to a future drop. Has in title orchards?nobody sends sub apples to Markst m my neighbor John Jones. He always by Appfel to sell and gets Tho highest prices. Folk prefer Large apples and such Are always Pae Kad in Johns barrels. Yon might starch them with a Candle and not find a knotty fruit or a worm Hole. Roxbury Russetta i never met with in Tuffe old state. They Are handsome m anything in the Virgin soil of the Weet. A i we going by Johns Orchard Imi summer and i had the Ouri deity to Call and examine for myself. Says i a neighbor what a there in your soil makes such smooth and Large apples ? they Are a third bigger than any i can get and my Trees look As Well m Yours?� Quot the secret is not in the eos a John replied a but on it. Do you see those grunter there ? my pork brings me fifty cents a pounds eight in flesh and the rest in fruit apples As a general thing done to fall from the Trees unless something is the matter with them. The Apple worm and the Curculio Lay their eggs in the fruit and the apples drop Early. The pigs devour the apples and by september every unsound Apple is gone and 1 have nothing but fair fruit left. The crop of insects for the next year is destroyed by the pigs. They Root around under the Trees keep the soil Loose manure the land some and work Over what manure i spread. The apples help the Pige and tha pig help the Apples?� 1 saw John secret and have profited by it. I never had so few insects As this Spring and i have Given the pigs credit for it. In turning the Orchard into pasture put in pigs a not land pikes with snouts like levers? you might Loose Trees As Well As insects in that Case. But Well bred animals with judicious snouts that will Root to a subdued and Christian like manner american #4grt�?~-Culiuralisl it men did but know what Felicity dwells in the cottage of a virtuous poor Man a Bow sound be sleeps How quiet Hia breast How composed his mind Bow free from care How easy Hia provision How healthy Hia morning How sober Bis night How moist Hia month How Joyful Hia heart a they would never Admire the noises the diseases the throng of potatoes and tha to of Aca of on Natura appetites that fill the Bouses of tha luxurious and the heart of the ambitious?jcrtmy chg or. Salting Stock and hav?there can a no doubt that the animal Economy requires Salt. The natural and Universal desire for it the wide spread Supply of it by the hand of Providence and the Good effects of it moderate use demonstrate thin. It operates both As tonic and Genera laxative it regulates the 8toma�b Anc gives an Edge to Tho appetite. Still animals May take it to excess and Hurt themselves when they get Access to it after Long deprivation. It is the favorite practice among some formers to Salt their Stock regularly once in so Many Days and giving them always a fixed quantity? this generally works Well. Others prefer to keep a Supply always within reach of their cattle so that they can go and satisfy their natural cravings for it whenever they choose reasonably supposing it is Safe to do so m they allow Stock to drink at pleasure from a running Stream. In regard to salting Hay at the time of Harvest in order to prevent heating and moulding in Case the Bay is not thoroughly cured it is Roost important not to Over Salt As evil effects my accrue to Tho Stock. Six quarts of Salt to the ton evenly distributed is sufficient for the greenest and not too much for the animals. Salt As commonly thrown upon the Hsy mow foils in lumps and handfuls Here and there so that the Stock get too much of it to Day and too Little of it to Morrow. When they eat to excess it produces an unnatural Biret laxness of the bowels and weakness of the limbs. It is of course safer and better to store away the fodder Well cured without a a Alt and let the cattle Hava daily Access to Salt trough under cover in their Yards where they will take Only m much m nature requires?am. Agriculturist. Sweet Green Tomato pickles?peel and slice two Gallons of Green tomatoes and five tabla spoonful of ground Mustard three Gills of Mustard seed two table spoonfuls of ground cinnamon one table spoon til of doves on Pound of Brown sugar three quarts of vinegar. Boil All together until quite done. If Yoo choose you May use one spoonful ground and a portion of cinnamon a re. Celery Tope improve the flavor? these Are Excellent?Maine Farmer. Good advice?wm. Collon Bryan gave tha following excellent advice to a Young Mao who offered Bun an article for the evening Post my Young Friend i observe that you use a avers French expression to your article. I think if you will study tha English language you will find it capable of expressing All the ideas you May have. I Hava always found it to. And in All that i Hava written 1 do not recall an inst area Whan it Nawm tempted to use a foreign word but that on searching i found a bet room in my own Laqu

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