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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - April 2, 1870, Logansport, Indiana Published every saturday by z w c Hunt proprietors journal building Broadway Over p 0 rates of subscription a year in Advance these Are the Only terms desirable on the part of be publishers any other term Rouh be by Spe Cril arrangement but under no circumstances will the pub Lishers charge less than if payment is delayed three months business directory attorneys w h Smith a t Tor we y a t la w office on fourth Street opposite courthouse formerly occupied by d 1 Dyk Cratin iy37 Logan sport Iso f a at Tokye la if and notary Public office no 27 fourth St Ink Logan sport in d d Pratt son attorneys at Law court House Logan sport Xix ciia3 d Tratt notary Public 34 e b Steele attorney at Law and notary Public office no 27 fourth St Sari Roadway Logansport Indiana special attention Given to All kinds of col Lection and to input Reinit Giunio notarial and probate business done Vith despatch and accuracy 4su d b attorney at Law Sloce 21 nth claim agent fourth Street Ingay Short red d p jct Ziss a v port Jenkins Flory attorneys at Law practice in the Federal and suite courts office opposite Core thuse 6m25 Loga spout and t j at Law and no Tabt Public Wili practice in Cass and counties special attention Given to of Robatto office opposite courthouse la passport de Witt c Justice attorney at Law and Staby Public Logan sport id office with l Char Aberlin 15tf t s Rollins y at Logansport ind office on fourth Street opposite the court House mtg John a Chappelow attorney counsellor Law Logansport Jyz office in pharos building in Hev nue office upstairs Entrance on fourth Street 52tf prank sit tart James h Pratt swig a kit Pratt Atto nets at Law and prompt attention Given to All business entrusted to their cure special attention driven All kinds of collection and prompt re notarial business alone with Des Patch and accuracy office no fourth Street upstairs opposite court Hanse uhf logak5port Ixo John c Mcgregor attorney and counsellor at Law office room so 6phjlros bf1ldisg Logansport b special attention Given to pro Bate acid notarial business 4tf f Crockett attorney at Law Ivo Taircy 3ptjblic will practice in the higher courts and before justices of the peace in the City and country office nearly opposite court House by Logansport in 12 Jas attorney at Law real estate agent office Cor North an fourth its Lyl Logansport id s t Mcox vell h misfield Mccassell Winfield attorneys at Law office to 21 fourth Street opposite court Blouse if Sci Gasport id a Odzer voted to politics Coah vol 22 2 187o isto physicians physician surgeon t4 Market St Partridge hal1 1ujilding residence at e x Talbott Market Street Between the Canul Anil sixth St attention Given to diseases of women Ami children iy35 j Herman m 3s physician surgeon office on Fot Tii St two doors North of Llort fess drug store Logan sport id May 30 1sos lj0 ceo Pyburne d office 76 Broadway Over j Iuteri highs store residence High St near thirteenth maybe consulted on All acute ant chronic diseases which he treats successfully accor the 1iomceopathiu culls ii town or country promptly attended to at All hours of the Day or night Jar s f Indiana ret Kos thanks for former put Onago and influence and respectfully requests i of the ame if merited n e Corner of Jackson into Deer Creek streets North of the dwelling first door on inst Side of a Lear Creek Street no charge for examinations at the Tolice charges for service always reasonable miscellaneous j w Henderson son incl wholesale Ami Alers in All Kivuls of fifth bet Market canal its Smith Pierce Kolk Salvant rkta1t drawers in foreign Groc Crie provisions new 1jk1ck buil1hxg no 89 Broadway Neas canal 44 Logansport Isaias a by w Harwood Jef tailor no 1o7 Broadway above the canal logax3port Indiana where will at All times be found a Good assortment of cloths cats Limeres vesting which he is pre pared to make up in Ike most approved styles at Short notice end on reasonable of Timaru 7th 1865 47tf manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes no 66 Broadway 4t ind by watches c h Church Ratcli Piaker jeweler and engraver sail210ad time keeper dealer in of every description High Jewely solid Silver Anil Silver plated Ware Tea sets spectacles clocks Broadway above canal logans foot Indiana watches clocks and jewelry carefully re mired and warranted 3itf just received w p Lasselle formerly of co k 9th ind vols attorney for the collection of any Aad All kinds of claims against the United states Bounty Money pensions commutation of ratio Ajo in listed men while prisoners of prize Money of hordes and All property lost in military service stoppage of pay removed applications for to 20 Louisiana Avenue judiciary Square Washington City sept 1st isc6 dentists a Large until assortment latest clo splendid of the very improved cos this 13 the place to get a Good clock for a Small sum of Money no 58 Market St sign of the aug watch Logan porn oct 231sg9 31 for the journal Washington City d i1 and its surroundings 1no h1 Washington City d c March 21 1870 j associations and societies of these there Are a great number and variety in Washington the la sonic fraternity in knights Templar chapters and lodges number More than Twenty departments Gen Carly very flourishing with Huir now and splendid masonic Temple at the Corner of ninth Street West Anil v Strauc North near the filant office tie in dependent order of Odd Fellows have three Halls in this City the one on seventh Street West Large and convenient with More than Kilteen lodges Ami encampments the order of Jed men sons of Temperance knights of pythias Young Glens Christian association with some other orders Are in a flourishing and prosperous Condi Tion the Young mens Christian association have recently built a spa Cious and Beautiful building on the Corner of ninth Street West Ami d Street North containing a Library Reading room und Lincoln Hall tile finest lecture room in the City ladies and gentlemen visiting Washington Are cordially and earnestly invited to Call at the free Library and Reading rooms of this association the orphan asylums of wuss wins ton Are ample numerous and various including the grand one for the orphans of soldiers and sailors near Kul Dull Green and the Leaf flute Asylum the military Asylum or soldiers lionil1 occupies a command ing Eminence or the North of the City and is a comfortable Home for disabled soldiers and sailors from tin rower of this Titu in a Day in1 ecu the Bine Ridge if Virginia lie Ollices and surgeon have Tine cottages on the splendid grounds around the Asylum and Here was the Rural Retreat of the late lamented Lincoln on ring the heat of the summer thu finest pleasure Slimmer drives the two workers two workers in Ono Field toiled on from Day to Day both had the same hard labor both had the snare Smull with the same Blue sky above the same Green Prasa below one Sou was full of love the other full of woe one Ien Peil up with the with Tho snoring of the Lark one Felt it Ever night Tor Liia soul was Over dark one heart hard us Eloiie one heart Una Ever Gay one worked with Many a groan crae whistled All the tiny one had a lower Clad cot beside i merry wife and children the spot maidu it sweeter fairer stil one a wretched Hove had full of discord dirt and Din no wonder lie seemed mad wife and children starved within still they worked in the aame Field toiled on Troni Day to Day Joth had the same hard labor both had the same Luul pay but they worked not with one will the reason Lut me to one Drauk at Tho still Tho other at the Well swinging of the Gate another Cec Neair Home another blessed saturday night Adit a to triumphs of Lite Nhy As it been snatched from time the Lover thinks he is one week nearer the Day a licit Slu will be his Lover forever while the sweetheart thanks god that one week More Lias gone from he life of hated in fulfil ment the sick sufferer who is sex peeling death thanks god that an other seven Day Vail Lias been re moved from before the door we All Musi enter once and wonders if another week will be All for Earth or a part for heaven Toni Irhn Vrr Wollod Home for the Raveio crowded Wurch to link Iii of Tuu labor had done lust Werck went Ami this one iame there were so Many letters written Many columns of editorial Many requests granted and so Many Many made glad and so Many disappointed Jii it As it is in Ifo each Day you know and we were think ing and wondering How Many Hon about Washington Are within the any Sands or Laundr Cefi of persons in Lum Glenwood Harwood Eckington the land would read this saturday Ami Arlington ground i night what we had written and the Hospital for the insane Situ since last we closed the ate of Bigl ground East of the East labr3 the or Ern Branch near the Puto Iwuc on a Beautiful site having a commanding View of thu City and surrounding country the 4lospuiil located near Tho Jarvison and Mavy Yard if a new neat and appropriate building Providence Hospital situated on Suc Ond Street East near North Carolina Avenue though in it infancy is a Large institution and is a great bless ing to the sick wounded and unfortunate the principal places of amusement i Are the National theatre Walls opera j House Cairns is Saloon met Crotts i and Odd Fello Suall Fords then tre the scene of lincolns Assas Sinaj has been transformed into a i so c can and placed it on tic Little rack to rest against the Morrow As we walked along we saw leaning Over a Little Iron Gate in front of a tilsit Brink House a Protty Chubby raced boy As if waiting for some one looking o a window we saw a Middle aged woman sit Ting thereby with a paper in her hand As if Reading hello Little Captain you Are the boy that has red Cheeks and i Bright eyes what arc Yon doing i out Here in the cold i j am look Nuj for my papa j where is he coining Down town sir and lie comes afoot 1 what is your name Bobby How old Are Yon grand medical museum under the Sunj five years so my Mamma says prevision of the surgeon general and j the department it is t popular j Anil instructive place of resort a respectable amount of Marble statuary is exhibited in and about Washington together with the Eques Trian Bronze statues of Washington and Jackson Many of these arc of colossal dimensions the botanical Garden at the West of the Capitol grounds contains Sev eral greenhouses in which arc a great variety of rare and tropical plants shrubbery and even Trees gathered from All parts of the Globe carefully arranged and open for inspection a i where is your i Iamma at the window dont you see her i can of she so if they will and then what a i glorious world in which to live i and we have been thinking and j must write it before we quit work thousands of Little boys and Giris who might swing for hours and hours on Gates of the woman who May Waceli at windows for hours wondering when will will one who is at heart real Good but who lacks the nerve to be the Man he ought to be can be should and would be if he would Only pause to think and see if there was not a better Wayto happiness than he was in and to have been thinking of the poor widows whose husbands can never More to them come no matter How Long they watch at Tho men Whoso wives Aro gone never to the orphans who have no okie to come Home now Aud catch them to their anus and love them and we have been wondering if any Man who roads this will be Brave enough to go to his Home a Little earlier each night and try to be a Good Earnest Man who will be proud of himself and his manhood of whom his Home ones will be so proud Asi he is de serving we know some will and some will think they will but when comes the hour they will forget As we All do and instead of making glad the hearts of those who would be so glad to have them come Home perhaps not with presents but like men sober kind Lov ing will wait just a Little longer till thus their life becomes a fail ure god bless All who love their loved onus Aud who do not keep them waiting and All those who Sutler at heart from the absence of those they dearly love and for whom Tivey wait and watch and watch and wait hours upon hours Thall of Joy of Hope of heart of love has gone is Lias this saturday York Democrat Story of site acc eve the conviction of George Van do Pool recaps to our recollection a j circumstance which illustrates the unreliability of circumstantial evidence during the Lail Century in England a Man was hanged for murdering his Ward a Niece the evidence was conclusive that he had chastised her frequently and Only the Day before her disappear Ance he was heard correcting her in an out build Inland her voice was j also heard piteously exclaiming i dont kill me Uncle dont kill i 1110 Tim Motlon for the Mil Del was proven in the fact that Accord ing to her fathers Willon he death her property was to go to the guar Dian her Uncle to lire or four years after the assumed murder the Niece returned to claim her properly it appeared that sue Hud run away and married and came Back to demand her property on reaching her majority parliament limn interfered will a statute re Quiring the production of the body to authorize the sentence of death this is now the general Rule in our criminal proceedings but has not always been adhered to and it was not in Trie Case we Are about to enough yes when does your papa come lie always comes now and i am wailing for him and so is Mamma Well Bobby you Are a Nice Little boy do you love your papa yes sir Wool mysteries of tie Waltz a London musical paper gives currency to the following acceptable solution of the mysteries of Waltzing there is but one arrangement of Steps called which is As Dis Tinct a dance As the Polk Schot Tischl or it is composed of six Steps and is sometimes called the Calse a trots Temps All other so called wnlt7es such As the Spring Wail hop Waltz Are derived from this and it is Asun reasonable for a gentleman to ask his partner which Waltz she pre fers As it would by to ask which polka or schottische he dances the nearest approach to the Waltz As it was originally in a proud firm muscular produced into this country from 1 a Monarch among men or d l overholser 3d in inst t x s t office 101 Market St end of Pearl Logansport Indiana the various operations pertain ing to the preset ration of uie natural until Uiti of artificial Teeth performed in the most careful Anil thorough manner Teeth extracted without pain by the use of nitrous oxide Gas s moderate 2ltf it jew id in is t i s a office on Broa Dafny opposite the port office Teeth extracted without pain Wool Wool Wool i will pay Tho highest Price in Cash for washed unwashed and Lub daubed Wool Wool growers will find to their advantage to Call on me before Selling Cash advances made j on consignments we Rosenthal 53 and 58 fourth Street Logansport june 9 i860 Well he will come or cloy soon mity to lie a stopping to buy some thing to bring you i know Liu Lill kiss me when lie comes find Liell kiss Mamma too cause lie always does and 1 kiss him and Mamma kisses him too Well Bobby i int Yon better run in where Mamma is and look put of the window till papa Cornea its cold ont Here no dont want to Ovi come for he always comes Noil just then Down the Little one singing from the Gate pushed it open and then scampered Down the sidewalk a few rods to meet the one he had been waiting for and who he knew always crime note perhaps some of you saw him he was a Well built Man Clad n honest garb ills Cap titled close to his coat was closely but caught uie Little boy in his arms and kissed let him Down and walked a Long with slip like won narrate in 1810 when the state House at 111 was being Bill sure one of the Stone Cimurs engaged was a Man named Larlin from new York City Murtin was not a Man of sound mind at least he was a Mon maniac on one subject which was that there wa5 no Good Money except that of Trio old metropolitan Bank new York every saturday night when the men were paid Oil lie was want to go Germany is now Practised in the Der the Little boy swung on the Gate lowest dancing saloons 01 the East wonder the wife sat Lookin planing bending Kook cd Rev a j w Budd successors to a Rowell Buna booms or St Iii no s3 Cor Pearl and Broadway 3tf logans Loftt druggists Messimer Bevan proprietors of the planing and bending also of Ami Cit Lars in All Kintu of building lumber holdings brackets to exc still by depots end of London where the six Steps Are made in the and in a Peculiar still manner 1 i should be sorry to see a return to this style of dancing As i consider the present Waltz movement Capa ble of greater Freedom and vivacity besides being More easily Learnt i was once on asking a crusty old Bachelor to Waltz met with this reply id As soon take an emetic Stow giddiness was one of the great evils produced by the old Wall the action of making the Steps in so Small a Sec mently turning so frequently caused a greater tendency to Diness than is Felt in the style i dancing i consider from experience that Tho actual move ment of the modern Waltz cannot be described but must be seen and performed to appreciated the cause of there being so Tew Good Pauzers May be attributed first to the fact that the step Lias been altered from the slow and state by Waltz o thirty years ago by dancers themselves ignoring the rules of stance who have thereby acquired a step of their own which we frequently hear spoken or or miss so and sos step secondly that Many carpenters anti uni Luers will do to Call on us before elsewhere in our facilities Lor dressing lumber Are not sur passed by any establishment in tue sure a work Don promptly in the Best manner and it the lowest prices 1110 ceo w Brown wholesale a5td a tilt i Ivett Oor i o apothecary no 76 Market St logans Orvind store wholesale and retail fourth Street dyeing cleaning and dyeing removal too Joo Broadway above Tho i aoorabovechureh8 jewelry Storo and pye1ng1 a Cummings and Dyer is up and dressed for business econ omy is saved thousands upon thousands Totsc Good Cople of Loans port in cleaning mending and otherwise clothes Ifo is still at people that Dollar saved in tttt46 Callih and have their cloth Rad rom land Sitf teachers have a specially or method of instruction founded on their knowledge of the original Waltz they impart to their pupils hence we find scarcely two persons Waltz ing precisely alike but giving that individuality to their Waltzing that they have in their habitual walk As a proof of this we do not find the same faults with other circular dances but a moderately Good Dan cer Ca perform the polka schol Tischl Orr Down with any Quali fied person without difficulty another cause May be found in the excessive Speed at which the Waltzes Are now played possibly arising from the fact that Many Best composers of dance music con out of the window for his coming lie held the hand of Tho Little one who trotted along by his Side As they came to the Gate by the Side which we stood carelessly the woman at the window arose and walked to the door Tho Man passed by Bobby looked at us with a smile and i told Yon hed come they passed into the House and we came to ours the Man did not notice us Tor haps to never heard of he has it May be he is a Man that hates us and says bitter things against us Well never present is Good to his Little is Good f to the one he loves who is Mamma to Little comes Homo saturday night with a proud firm is a loves his Home ones and we like him that Man is living to a purpose he is a True Man of use in the world two hearts at least besides his own were made glad by his com ing and he was Good not to keep them wailing when the heart is i hungry for love and the minutes drug like hours he was a work hands and clothes told us so the week went and he came late As if he hated to Como As ii his heart there Little duct unit of and t perhaps Conidi Irtha their co rho it std tic Moie Brilliant the quicker they my played which compels the poor aus to to the Pace to the injury of their Steps him Bobby was proud of he Kuciw his papa would come and with a warm and ear nest kiss Little Quby was Happy Ilie was Happy or his looks they did Udo now we have been think instill the hands on Iho watch face before us Point to Midnight what a Good world this world would be if every Home Gate where swung and waited a Little one knowing that How papa would come with a kiss a smile Anda Good Heartt a every Home by a window were seated some Lov ing woman and Loving wife wait ing not dreading the approach of her husband knowing be would be there on time Quick firm in his step prompt in his manhood arid sober like one who is Monarch of himself and therefore Over All arid All men might be around among them and buy up this Money often giving As High As 10 per cent for it he was known to have a considerable sum of this Money hid away or about him during May of the 3ime year above he and one Smith hired a horse did Wagon to go to the san Gamon River four Miles Distant at night Smith returned but not with Martin when asked where Martin was he said he did not know Martin was soon the ground where they went was the plainest evidence was presented that they had quarrelled the ground was Tram pled on Tho River Bank Aud some of Martins clothes were found it was also discovered that some drops of blood were dried on the amid and that the buggy had been in Iii into the water the sup position was that Manin had been murdered Aud his body carried in to the River search was made for Days but no body could to found meantime Smith the assumed murderer was arrested and put in to the old log jail Lna few weeks the prisoner was regularly arraigned in the circuit court on the charge of murder Abraham Lincoln then rising into time As a lawyer was engaged for the defence the production of the body was not insisted upon the evidence seemed As Cicur and conclusive As though a dozen persons had seen the act of murder the witnesses were few yet Tho evidence that 1 hero was both the motive and the Means was overwhelm ing the Marks of the struggle on the River drops of dried blood on the driving of the Wagon into the River As if to throw the body into the Swift cur rent were circumstances that could Only be accounted for in connection with Tho deep diminution of die taking Oil of poor Martin the de Fence could hardly make a ai10w of evidence and a verdict of guilty seemed a foregone conclusion meantime the Sheri of Tazewell county had read in the Sangamon journal a description of Martins person and heard that an Sueane Man had appeared in a Distant part of the country without coat or hat j and who could give no intelligent us court of himself an inspiration prompted the sheriff to go and see him and he became satisfied that lie was the missing Man having in his Possession still a consider Able amount of metropolitan Bank Money made trios Herfter morally sure on the Point so he took the Man in charge and started with him for Springfield arriving there 011 thelast Day of the trial he lodged the Man in the jail and went into the court room Aud saw or Lin Coln or Liu Colu asked a sus Peu proceedings As he Hail a important witness to introduce Vich the sheriff he vet to Tho old jail saw the prisoner and was satisfied that the dead was alive returning to court Ler Lincoln said he could not look for anything but a verdict against his client As the Case stood but he asked per Mission to put a now and very material witness on the stand the murdered Mau was placed upon the stand Aud the Case fell to tha ground in a effects of a Short Sleigle ride by Joseph Aiden d d it had been a cold Winters Clay John Fisher remained in the school room after school was dismissed and the teacher and All Tho pupils had gone Home he eat before the huge fireplace where Lay a Large bed of coals he gazed steadily upon them and seemed lost in thought the night came on it was too dark for one to read when he Rose to leave the room what had he been thinking about As he sat in that silent room before those dying embers Many a bitter thought parsed through his mind life was an orphant his father died when to was an infant his Mother struggled to support her child but when he was seven years old she Sank under her labors and died of consumption John was sent to the poor House where he received such treatment not infrequently meted out to the friendless a Heidi he was in years old a Farmer took him from the poor i House and engaged to give him a i certain amount of schooling and a new suit of clothes when he be came of age John was to serve him for that time without further compensation thus John had a Home what kind of a Home was j it will Tell you i shall not in so doing present a very pleasant j picture but it May Lead the Reader j to prize his own Happy Home More i highly and be More thankful to i god for it or Ridgway was the owner of a very rough and by no Means Fertile farm from which he managed to get a scanty living for himself and family he lived in a log House which admitted the rain in sum Mer and the Snow in Winter he took John from the poor House be cause he thought it would be cheaper than to hire a boy he was a hard master he never had a smile or a kind encouraging word for the orphan he was compelled to work beyond his strength and when his health failed lie was treated More harshly by Way of punishment theft Odgis in him was of the poorest Quality he was kept at work from Sunrise to dark lie was not permitted to fit by the fireside with the family Jle must slay out of doors or go to bed in the Garret As soon As the work of the Day was Over the Only Comfort he had was during Tho few weeks Iii Winter when he attended school he had nil Irti be Inilla Ilik in mod Nick by Jio was never allowed to play with the boys but was required to go directly to the school House and to come As directly Back up sir rid ways when the school was not dismissed at the Suat hour to was scolded and punished for not getting Home sooner he Hud been at school three win ters and Learned More than Many learn in three years besides he had acquired a desire for knowl Edge such As few Ever feel he began to feel that his life was in tolerable the sense of the oppression and cruelty with which he was treated grew upon him he had faithfully served or Iling Way he had obeyed him As far As his strength would allow lie had never manifested my temper when he was abused though he had often wept Over it in secret one Day Charley Hall a youth of about Twenty who had made Ono voyage at sea and was about to make another saw Ridgway grossly abuse poor John Charley was regarded As the worst boy in the place it was Felt to be a re Lief when he went to sea bad As he was he had some human sympathies left he took Johns part offered to help hog his oppressor this caused Ridgway to attack him but Charley had Learned the Art of boxing and soon Laid his assailant prostrate and did not per Mit him to Rise till he had owned himself whipped and promised to treat John better in future it was time for John to go to Ridgway told him he could not go Charley told him to let him so he did so John saw what was in store for him it is not strange hat for the first time in his life he stopped after school was dismissed he was considering what to do to was a friendless outcast 2sone had show him any sympathy except the wicked Sailor lie had never Boon taught to look to god for sympathy and help the concur Sion he came to was that he would no return to his cruel master where to pro and what to do he knew not As he left he schoolhouse a Sleigh was passing in the direction opposite to or rid ways he asked permission to ride Tho far Mer or Gringer readily granted his request you Are not going far such a night As this without a great coat said Tho Farmer 1 dont know How far i am go John where Are you going i dont know Are you not the boy that lives with Ridgway i have lived with him rather a hard Man i reckon Are you running away i am not going to that place again he pulling up the reins and stopping his horses let us know something about this be fore i take you further but it is too cold to keep you Here ill take Yon Home with me and see what i can make of you so saying he drove on he soon reached his comfortable Large Stonehouse he made John go in and take a seat by the Kitchen fire while lie himself took care of the horses after supper such a one As John had never sat Down to the Farmer began to question and Cross question him As to his Mode of life at or rid ways As he related some of the hardships he had endure the Farmer pretended to rub his forehead while in Reali Ity he was taking the moisture out of the Corner of his eyes with his Little Finger would you like to live with me said the Farmer i guess should said Jolt in a tone expressive of very intense affirmation Well i will go and see ring Way tomorrow he saw Ridgway and presented such arguments As induced him to consent to release disclaim for Johns services the next Day John was at school a new warm suit of clothes arid with a face which one of the boys said Loo Kedas though twas made Over again he soon became one of the Best schola Sinthe school every moment out of school was to matters connected with the farm it was remarked that or Gran Fer would not lose anything by his kindness to John of course he did not lose any thing no one Ever lost any thing by a kind act another said i wonder what object Granger had in View in Tak ing that boy off from rid ways hands Ridgway was glad to get rid of him but to made Granger pay a round sum for the boy or Granger had no other object than to make an unhappy orphan Happy he knew that it was a reasonable object and one that he could afford to spend Money in securing great events often follow apparently slight causes the whole course of Johns life was changed by his happening to get into or grangers Side preservation of Fence posts any kind of Timber when employed for be More than twice As durable if allowed to become thoroughly seasoned before being set in the ground the Dur ability of seasoned posts May be promoted so As to make them last an age by the application of a heavy coat of co altar to the portion buried in the Earth and a Lew inches above the surface of the ground some Farmers set the grounded in hot tar and let it boil fifteen minutes when Cool cover with co altar thickened with ground Salt or ground Brick the boiling stiffens the alb me and causes the pores to absorb tar the coating prevents the action of moisture but this treatment of Green posts would do an per haps mischief a boiling in Lime water is also beneficial Timber that is first waterlogged and then Well dried lasts Well because the water soaks out the acid that Hast ens the decay others contend that the better Way is to season the Post Well before setting it and when the porthole is filled within ten inches of the surface of the ground to apply a heavy coat of tar and fill up with As Fence posts always decay first near the surface of the ground it is Only necessary to protect the Post a few inches above the surface and about a foot below it the Timber begins to decay usual Lyon the surface of the posts therefore if the surface can be protected by some Antiseptic material posts will last a lifetime Many kinds of Tim Ber will not last five years if set in the ground Tinq Lurer Anil u Wilder thick planting f k Elliott inthe Southern Horticulturist states his method of thick planting of fruit Trees i have a plot of seven Hundred Trees standing say five by seven feet when planted they were Cut Down and have been grown More As Bushes than Trees being branched within a foot of the ground they have been worked with plow and cultivator until the branches became too close for passing of the horse or the handles of the plow without risk or injury and then the whole ground was mulched with coarse refuse bog grass they have More than paid for them selves and interest at fifty per cent and will do to keep in the same situation several years More when 1 propose to Shear in every other tree and form it anew the advantage i count upon from this close planting is that the Trees protect Oue another from the Sun and wind then should i choose to dig or Cut out every other tree at any time it has More than paid for itself while the labor of cultivation has been no greater than would have Boon Tho same amount of ground occupied with one half the number of Trees the three stars there Are three stars of Lustre Bright which cheer the masons conflict Here their pure and holy Light across lifes Billows dark and drear the Star of Faith when doubts arise and veil the troubled heart in gloom Points to Bright realms beyond the skies and lasting Hope beyond the Tomb when Oer lifes Ocean rude and wild our fragile boats Are madly driven the Star of Hope with radiance mild paiute to a Harbor sure in heaven when thoughtless of a Brothers ears Down pleasures Slippery truck we the Star of Charity appears and Points us to that Brothers woe of Brothers of the Mystic tie pure Light upon our path will Shino if on these stars we fix our Faith Hope and Charity divine rates of advertising one Square the apace of ten lines of this Type one week is and 50 cents for each additional insertion for three weeks hos Psi Imo year 1 50 00 00 01 2smirs 4 of 600 800 11 00 15 00 Seq urls 3 50 8 00 10 00 15 00 20 00 is Urs 6 50 10 00 12 oo1 18 00 2i 00 5 inches 7 50 12 00 14 001 21 00 30 00 4 col s 00 11 ool 16 Ooi 24 00 35 00 25 00 40 00 60 00 45 of 60 001100 00 col 12 00 20 00 1 1 col is of 30 do Legal advertisements per Square for each insertion charged to the party pub Lishing them notices 15 cents per line Sto no Tice however Short inserted for less than is news of the week dont bet on coloured democrats an enthusiastic Democrat who keeps a Saloon on first Street has a coloured customer from whom for the past few weeks he has refused to take any Money baying of youre too Good a for me to take your Money its my treat the coloured Man was very regu Lar in his Calls each time offering to pay but As often had his Money returned with the same remark by the democratic Bonifacius a few Days ago the Ebu Liting landlord offered to bet that he knew an intelligent coloured Man who was a Democrat and his v was promptly covered by the challenged party the bet to be decided by the coloured democrats Warda messenger was seut for the Man he came he drank he wiped his Mouth with his coat sleeve he smiled now said the landlord you know your friends dont you we want Yon to Tell us whether you Are going to vote the democratic or the Republican ticket cant Tell for sure of ill vote at All fifteenth amendment Ait but suppose you had the right you a Democrat or a re publican Well if it comes to voting you know i cart forget that the re publicans was the Black mans Best Friend and i must vote a Republican ticket Thall do Thall do ill never bet on another Nigger As Long As i live Why that Rascal has been drinking my whisky for the last six weeks and allowed me to be Lieve i was treating democratic Nigger All the time and now Ive lost five dollars More on him it is but Justice to say the Dis appointed Democrat accepted the joke with Good Grace and added another Little treat to the account of profit Jour Nal color of horses the arabs illustrate their Esti mate of the different colors of horses by the following Story a chief of a tribe was once Pur sued by enemies he said to his son my son drop to the rear and Tell me the color of uie horses of our foe and May Allah Burn his Grandfather White was the answer then we will go South said the chief for in the vast Plains of the desert the of a while horse will not stand a protracted Chase again the chief said my son what coloured horses pursue is Black o nay father then we will go among the stones and Rocky ground for the feet of the Black horses Are not Strong a third time the Young Arab was sent to the rear and re ported Chestnut horses j then said the chief we ire lost who but Allah can deliver us from the Chestnut Dun or Cream coloured horses the arabs consider worthless dont free has r neighbor injured you dont you will come Oil the Best hos the most to answer for never mind it let it rest Doal fret inns a horrid lie been told dont fret it will run itself to death if you let it quite alone it will die for of breath Dout fret Are your enemies at work dont fret they cant injure you a Whit if they you heed them not they will both be glad to quit dont fret is adversity your lot dont fortunes wheel keeps turning round every spoke vill reach the top which like you is going Down dont fret a punctuation Puzzle the following article forcibly illustrates the necessity of punctuation it can be read in two ways making a very had Man or a very Good mini the result depending up on the manner in which it is punctuated he is an old and experienced Man in vice and wickedness he is never found opposing works of iniquity he takes Delight in the downfall of his neighbors he never rejoices in the Prosperity of any of his fellow creatures he is Al ways ready to assist in destroying the peace of society he takes no pleasure in serving the lord lie is uncommonly diligent in sowing discord among his friends and acquaintances he takes no Pride in la Boring to promote the cause of christianity he has not been negligent in endeavouring to stigmatize All Public teachers he makes no exertions to subdue evil passions he strives hard to build up satan kingdom he lends up Aid to the sup port of the gospel among the Heathen contributes largely to the civil adversary to pays no attention to Good advice lie gives great heed of the Devil he will never go to heaven to must go where he will receive the just Recamp Eucce of re Ward a very Good joke is told of a gentleman in Cambridge ild who is a very worthy citizen who had a farm a Short distance out in the country which he leased to a ten ant the landlord to get two fifths of the crop when the crop was saved the tenant saddled his horse and took the landlords share to him tied up in a handkerchief who upon seeing the bundle asked what was there your share of the the tenant what your share of the it Hack take it backs and next year if you Only have five grains bring them to me Iff a Wagon but never1 come again in horseback carrying a joke too Young ladies and gentlemen who were taking advantage of the Fine Sleigh ing not Long since in attend ing a donation Surprise or wed Ding party or something of the kind were obliged to sit three a seat one of the seats contained two gentlemen and one lady the gentlemen of course would not Al Low the lady to take an exposed position she therefore sat in the Middle As the night was extremely cold gentleman number one qui etly passed his hand a remarkably Small one by the Way into the la Dys Muff As the Muff was not very capacious the lady quietly re moved one of her hands from the same in a few moments she Felt another movement on the other Side and found gentleman number two attempting to pass his hand in to the Muff also she then quietly Drew her hand from the Muff and allowed him to do so what after Ward took place in the Muff she is unable to say but each of the gentlemen privately reported to a Small Circle of friends How warmly the lady had returned the pressure of his hand in the Muff while the lady As privately reported to her friends the magnificent Sale she had made of both gentlemen declamation for Little i am a Little boy and dont know much but i can Tell p from q and i know who i like i like my Uncle because he always has peanuts in his pockets and gives me some my Uncle Jeremiah always looks Cross out of his eyes and says out omy Way there boys and 1 Likely grandma because her Cheeks smell like Pine Apple and she always gives me when i go to see her when i speak next time i will Tell von who i like my Mother w o c their is a great Salt mine near Austin Nevada which looks like a Frozen Lake it is 20 Miles Long and 12 Miles wide without a break in its entire expanse the stratum is about 7 inches thick with n layer of Sticky mud under it two feet thick and under this another Stra Tum of transparent Salt six feet thick in some parts it is 95 per cent pure Salt As there is a thin crystalline roughness on the top of this Lake of Salt it makes it poor skating True do Yon not Admire my daughter said a proud Mother to a gentleman because he replied i am no judge of paintings but surely replied the la Fly riot in the least disconcerted by this rude remark you never saw an Angel that was not painted the steamship City of Cork from Liverpool for new York has arrived in Halifax she made the Sou them passage in search for the Getty of Boston without Success saturday March 26 c l Vallandigham has sold his interest in the Dayton Ledger the amount of the Deal cations of collector Bailey so far As Dis covered is s1co000 emigration from Ireland to the United states has opened this sea son with great vigor vice president Colfax addressed a Temperance meeting in Philadel phia last evening a number of operatives at Keo Kuk Iowa Are on a strike and there has been serious rioting at Liverpool Tho opinion pre vails that he City of Boston was struck by an iceberg and Sank the split in the democracy in new York continues though there Are some signs of a Healing of the rupture in distributing the balance of the funds of the freedmen Bureau has been sent to Kentucky and 55000 to Oberlin Ohio col lege a t Stewart has reduced the rent upon All of his new York City property the reduction is from ten to thirty per cent in All cases the reductions were made without the solicitations of the tenants the opinion in Washington on Allison speech in the House on the Tariff Bill is that he has made himself the Leader of the Moder ate Tariff men in the House a coloured woman has got a ver dict for fifteen Hundred dollars against the Washington Alexan Dria Railroad she would not obey the rules and go into the smoking car and in putting her off she was seriously injured 3iiss l Barkalow of Brooklyn n y a student in the St Louis Law school passed a very severe examination yesterday before judge Knight of the circuit court at St Louis and was admitted to practice miss Barkalow was re fused admission to Columbia col lege two years ago and for the past eighteen months has been pursuing her studies in St Louis she received High encomium from the judge and will commence to prac Tice in that City quite a Large meeting of prominent Radical citizens and business men was held in St Louis last night to consult As to the Best Means of securing the nomination of thoroughly competent Republican men for the City Council and Board of Public school to be elected on the 2d tuesday in april resolutions and addresses will be published urging the necessity of filling the above offices with the Best men possible and appealing to substantial and influential citizens to attend the primary meetings the question of Public schools which it was claimed is attracting attention throughout the county was discussed at some length and the sense of the meeting was that they must be preserved at All Haz Ards and the school fund remain intact it was universally agreed that there must be no division of the school fund for sectarian Pur pose monday March 28 the disturbances in Italy have been suppressed the Irish land Bill passed the House of commons on Friday night the funeral of Bishop Thompson took place in Delaware Ohio on saturday Pierre Soule of Louisiana died saturday in the sixty ninth year of his age letters from the Darien canal surveying expedition say All Are Well and the work progresses favourably the Irish Church convention in session at Dublin has decided to invest a part of its funds in Ameri can securities the publication of Bishop Stross Meyers protest against the Procla mation of the Dogma of infallibility is hourly expected in Home a fire in the City of Costah in the presidency of Benga destroyed two Hundred houses and Twenty five Hundred Bales of Cotton the Senate was not in session saturday the House was occupied in general debate most of the speeches being upon the subject of Protection to american Industry during april the assistant treasurer at new York will sell two millions of Gold and buy four Mil Lions in Bonds two millions for the sinking fund and two for the Spe Cial fund a severe storm raged in the East on saturday and sunday several houses were blown Down in new York and the shipping somewhat injured in Baltimore Twenty houses were destroyed it is asserted a letter has been received by general Pleasonton a i jointed to succeed the absconding collector Bailey from that careful official congratulating Pleasonton the investigation into Baileys books shows he has misused s125 000 most of which he spent in Hunt ing up frauds lie had an expensive detective system and the government disallowed Many of his Bills the procurer general Satur Day delivered his argument in the Case of Prince Pierre Bonaparte in the court at Tours while denouncing the party to which Noil was Allied he demanded the conviction of the Prince because the shooting was not done in self de sense the Iury yesterday returned a verdict of not guilty and a civil suit for s20000 was immediately commenced the verdict causes much excitement in Paris tuesday March 29 the troubles in the democratic ranks in new York continue and Are increasing Prince Pierre has been sentenced to pay 25000 francs and the costs of the civil suit major general George h Thom As died in Sari Francisco last even ing of apoplexy senator revels introduced his first Bill yesterday it was a Bill to subsidize a Railroad twelve men were Frozen to death in Northwestern Iowa during the severe storm of the loth a motion was carried in the legislature of British Columbia that Canada Purchase Alaska and the state of Maine it has been ascertained that there were fifty five Cabin and fifty two Steerage passengers and a Crew of eighty tour on the City of Boston transatlantic steamers leaving lire Poel hers Erst my to

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