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I ..-t us i,.r i-i b't's I'-H-ur-'. and cvntits
While- ! iup i-n with 1" l'""f
Th-rn song that ;! Imj'-r f.-Tft-t n our
(h! hsrd limes eor.ie Again ti'i nnr-i.
Tn th '?, V. sigh .f the wary,
Hard nisie'. hard turns rome nr'Hiu id mot c,
Vmy days T'm hsvo Intend an .n l li.y
PVt! h.irl tii.,. torn ;in unre
V, .i 1
If !' ',; Ttl'r.tl BIIJ UrllU'T, i
HI il. '10
li'ht and jjay,
There ari frail firms fainting at the dmr,
Though their slices Ari sibl.t, tin ir ph uding
looks iii ST
U! hei J t.mej r.rr.i ain in "i " ".
ru.'rv-. 'Ti.i '. si't'g, Ac.
Tlif re'l lb pil", droop: ng maiden whu"'or
ber life away,
V.'ith a worn heart whole held r lyi am
Though her Triic. woi'd mrrry, 'tis ';d''''I
ill th d..T,
0!.' lard times com.) ag.un no it; or.'
Citonr ; 'Tin the song, A c.
"l'.t a sigh tliat i w,i''tL-d i'to-.i tho troubled
'Tit a "ai! that it) l.rnrd am
' Tis oirr .hat is miiimtirnj arounj t!-.r
(ih! hard limr-J coir.o a iin no niorn.
Cilniu.s 'Ti.i tho on, &v.
To T'rr.M 1'onlfry : When tho fruthi-r is
very cold, if jou wih to Make your f ovl.,
roinfortahlo, rut out and iiitiKc for mi ll of
thorn a jacket and t-oiint.i Put tln-m on
tind your ponllry will im lrcl.
Uiihbie and tpiioik: Take n Bnin-ep!, half
fill! of clean pprin' water; jut it on (lie tire,
and h t it heat pr.ulua'iy for uhoiit nn hour.
Watt 1. it cnref.illy until It lmil.i, the moincnt
it boils it will lmbhlo. Th' n out your linger
n, and you wi'l .lit.
To Cure llnm.t: I'u :t uieettaiu wliat tbc
i i.itter with t!" -in. 'lin n apply the proper
H-nicdier, niel if you do Hut Mieeeed in cur
ing tin-in , it i-o.'t )our f.mlt.
Tu Uo.i. t a Goo.-( : l-'ir.t fr,d out the hi;'
per.t f.,ol you know. Chiitl' him. I'eisuaile
him hv i the clevere,.t man alive; am! '-o on
in thip stylr utilil tho jj'joju baa L-en kulli-
1 it II 1 fjilficl.
To ric;.' rve .jiric, . Procure from tnar-
V't a LilitiU quantity ;f the finest Hprieots
that monry cun j"Jicluii'), take them home,
and, having wbipej them free fioin all du ,t, I
rrf'illy lo;.lc tbtm up, w her-t n- iib- r y.mr
servants ror vent clii: I re it can g t at tlini.
This is tha only jj uf j i- s-1 1 iej thi m for
yoar id csting.
An J.scwlltct Siibtitu!( for Hut!er at
rrcakft (bttltr h-m : tladi ) Mairy
the nieM girl ypultiow. You will then have
J er to j rtsidu at your hreakfiii-t-talile, and,
unlesi you are a f1 dog indeed, you will uot
then require any but V'i
Ev"A l.oii 1 b-r weighing about two pounds
W .5 futi I) nude the shirt ImtiOTn, of a colored
f id'vidual hrri tted in a row. On beiti ques
tioned as to luw it canio in his possession,
ho exclaimed with a look of blank astonishment-
"Pat's junt what I d like to know how
thai infernal dornitk goi inter my buzuiu.
I 'sped sonio uera niggers must have f'.-oisd
fejf From some cn? or other, weddings
are very bud on tbc eyes. The moment the
knot n iid the bride's mnid und two aunts
aud a mother, r isb into tho "hall bed room"
aud have "a uoj.l cry fur hours together.
TYby a poor fellow's promise to pay "a young
woman's board bill" should operate thus on
the "finer lellicgs of our nature," puzzles us
fcSf 1 be Milwaukee N'ews tells of an Irikh
tutu, who, while at work in a Menu quarry
near that c.U. 6iw ao animal, which, h-i te
cogaisvJ as ess cf h;j ji.h',u' aitu-ns.
glide under a lafgo Cat stone upon which be
was at work. He ciUn.I a comrade to bol l
the stone while he g-K t'r... p(H,r thing out
without hurting it. G. tin g down upon bis
kiisss he reached g etu'j under tho utoue and
drew the cat fwn.l) forth, then dropping Ler !
iftntly, he eluvipt-d both bands to his im.se
and exclaimed ; "Uowly rnither! what has
ab been ailing; V It was a skunk.
fir Elcediu is r.ot yet siiicd with hi.
( jbt ropb performances at Niagara, ll.iv-
irg walked ana' lau, d inced, stood on his
In ad, turned sinnmersets, bung by one hand, ;
ul hy one leg, can it J a man on his back,
and i-ouked au oujclt't on the mre. by day- 1
l.fcb, he now proposes to give a pyrox-chuie
exhioitiun at iiiht, on the center of the rope, j
in wtoca bo w.il appear j?rf"rn!:K Over the I
black anys. s nrouiii ;d by a bla9 i f lira
JtjjT A PhiUJelphia paper says as the djys
r ruw shorter and colder, old bachelors beoorue
mors and more rtstlew and rWaiisGed, and
afier a while a ponacra is sought for iu a pair
tf dimples, a maniitee certitieate, and five
bundled dolUrswoitliof bt'uk,-.hoid furi.itura,
nJ congratulates the tlergyuit-a thut the
coming wiuteris foieshadowcd ts ou of un
usual asperity, and ' luarriuo f.n Le
tig" Buruuai is ts.d actually tJ h.ive of.
CrreJ Mr. fpurgeoa, tba celebrated Lnluh
Ilaptist preacher, X2,J00 a year to coma to
America and uaka a lecturing tour. Mr.
Bpurg.ou rej Led t) wnt.ug mh., ly Acs
...11,10, acd ..ndir g it to Larncm. T
sr.t isad. I-m; !- . a.u.ilcty ...I au
oi.cl.ttf, thou child of tU devil. . ,t iUi:i
rw- rtv''' (b r jbt wsys :f th I or 1
Tin Xit lltuKt of MrirMnliillTM, j
'I'll r"-etit el eti mi p'aro it Ley nd a i
d . j ,t thut tnr p.-mnrruM will not have I
ninj, ri'v in I hf nest oic of !' t nU
tirrg Ti)"V have I.i-t pT'iuii'l in flu; Sou'li-
I em StMti'ri and however th finiiinii - 't
' lions may Tt-.n it it is I u ii h ' o f r T I . - fv
1 moera's to retain their enntr.d of the I! - i.
, Vln' Opp'..-itmn have j;;iin"l thno m-'tnYrs
. in K rut'ii k i'. t'.rin l'l'tii.c .;c, t n in s '.rth
,' Carolina and one in Virginia. Ace-ordli'g to
i a table which we hud in the. Albany Journal
tlio niiTtioim fur ( 'mi; fi Rsm!H thus far have
resulted in thu election of 13'J Oppo-ilio
1 "H'mliiT against M I IcmnrraU. Th'1 ',1o
I potions from tiia Sla'(.i yet to elect , Minncjo
I ti, California, Mar) lain!, Gcoria, Alabama
Mill Louiniulift, Stood t ),i(lii.,rl fit 'li ('
I inocriit-i in the lust Col.-.'n-s.i, 'hat il l:i
! I'dnotrats hold their own in tin t- S t . -I
(l.ic h is douhlf'.i!) tint t.' Xl H-.usi; o! 1'rj i- -
iioit t'ivpj i!l b' com ."d of 14.)
tion and ?l I'i:;norr.'i'ic tni'inVTS, irdi. n in
nti Llpposiliou (ircjiDiidi'raiiire ot at in t .' t
Though 'Jul 0po -iti'iu majority fotdcr
the lmiiii.-1 1 ,i 1 1 i irowci h-si , vi t it i. not
' fn that au !; nl.cl 'i to rooj 'iat"
I aiinst l ) ntocra I i- ttii auie4 on all 'ni.-a.i-
loin. Acror.JiPr to the li uu;i'si', n ovp,
tin- Opposition ranks '..ill tm ropf'S'-r ! -d hy
lU" Kopuhlii c-nit. 1.1 Aiili-I.cconi ton 1 'n- i
moeratu, Noiihern Amerieaoi, and 1- j
Southern Americans. The Albany Joururl j
from which we get the figures thin specu- j
lateS upon tho char..'(g should tho election cf j
President he tbr&'.vn into the House:
It requiri"! 11S for u nuijoriiy of th Hoii.'rt.
fleiice it will to mo n, that no pnrty will
have a majority. Tho Popubln ani will he j
numerically the elroueit, hut will hole ll I
votes of conlrollii g t!ie House. Tin' I! pule
lican.i, And Lci'omptoti and North .Atneii
cans, if they act together, will cast ll!'i votes.
Tho Republicans n nd A iifi-Leeomptoii llo
inoci ats toi-i ther would cadi IIS. On the
other band the Democrats would be in a
triinoritr, even should tlio South Americans
p;o with them in a body, having but 109;
though if the) had the Ami l.ccoirp'.oo. men,
alio, they woii'd of fours." i," in the iti n j ri t v.
It is not nn unnsnal o.-ciirienc.' to ijnj a
T,eg-;,bi!ive body . i di-. i ' d 1 1 .it no noe pjrl V
baa a majority. Pol i; is unu.-'ial to at o oi.e
bo divided that im t'vid p. my bold-i 'lm bal
anco of power. It looks in it might frequent
ly happen in tho nc:t Congress, that there
mna! m l ui.lv be a om'iinaMon to command
a majority, but
It has all alo
tb- l ' inui t be i tri;
n ;nu lined that in
event, the 1 '( ino. i a' s would have
of the State llcleg ilions, so that tlev wtiuld
be nlde to eh ct tlx ir P.e..id' t.t ;h uhj the
el'i tion be thrown into the House. In such
an th-ciioit each State has hut uno vote, and
tlu rrtiibdate must be drawn from the three
highest on thu Lleetoral Vote. Hut these
lute eb tii.tis put a dilb ieet oomplexion tm
the ei. Il looks as if the Democrats were
Dot . are of mole than Ij or 1 i State.:, where
s it t.ike 17 for a Majority. Ibis point
lends additional in 1 vo:;t and importance) to
the clo.elv contested elections in Minnesota,
California and Ma r la i
Their Kiqiresenta I
lives Way possibly do i 1c who ahull bu Prcai
dent i i 1 -CO.
tr' ''Mother," said a little urchin of our
acquaintance, the other day, "if a man is n
Mister ain't ft women a Mystery ? ' Tho
mother plied her needle furiojslv, while the
father laid down bis paper, and sarcastically
replied, "your mother is, child."
Mrs riiiTiNtiTON. ' Does Isaac manifest
any taste for poetry, Mi s. Pin tington ? ' asked
the school master's wife, while uouTer.-ing on
the merits of the youthful Partington. Tho
old lady sal by tin.' tiro basting a chicken
which ber fiieods from the couutry hud sei-t
her. "Oh, yes he's very fond of poultry, and I
it always seems as if be can't g' t cnoui;li of
it." "I mean, docs be show any of the divine i
efilatus?' "As fur divine flatness I don't!
know, about it. He bad all the complaints i
of children, and when be was n babu he fell
&ud hi oke tuu inl tiide of Ion nose, nut I iiartiiv
thiliH he's had this J oa speak of." I
tM" Mls.s G. AM) Hi R Hkns --The Syra. '
cuha Staadard rulatcn a g .,! juke Mi C. I
a laughter loving, ,ood nalured las.s who was j
spending an afternoon with a neighbor, and j
during suprer, the com eratlon turned on i
8 ' 1 ... - .1
hens, eggs, Ac, when Miss C. ohservci that
"their bens did not lay sctircely nny egus,
and shs could imt give any reason for it."
"Why," observed Mr P. "my hens lay very
well; I go out among them almon every day
and j;"t cg;s." ' My gHH-innn!" whs the in
stant rejo. mler, I wish you woulil come over
to our house and run with our hens a sp II.
I'm sum father would pay jou well for your
trouble " She'll do.
"John, did you never bet on a ln rse
race?" "No, but I've seen my sister Bet on
un old mara!"
C.Ir. Smith has electrified humanity hr
the discovery thut much of tin sickness in
New Orleans is occasioned by bad health.
iw"" ''Joe, did you ever du'jbie iu ttocks?"
"V!L, yes, 1 had my foot iu '. in t uce. I
diduu t muck like 'em."
trJ The gold hur.icis at Pike's Peik n. w
wish that the b.ighi visiou with which they tet
out hud been pr j-visious.
To a rquire who was blasting of his
horus's speed, Sam Foot replied "Poh, my
hor will stand fa iter' than yours can gb
tij? "You are an old thtep," caidaproiu-
uing specimen of young America to Lis
mother. W..H .m, t,.il r. .,..1 ' .,.u;,.
i At ,tillg lrix,niill,U) -,f j ,w S11 ,j
sh. eP, I (ir.J ,-ou, and 1 11 Ism vou again."
IU Jfct( to ,04, our UM;t!i
i. ta k, very fro.j.ieu.ly drluki-.g ihat cf otS
lulrk At or k--l a lt linproifiutol.
There i nothing il ri 1 n th.; rapid, jfi
'!, t'l-ngre.isiv.', Vowii ; America hi int of
tlo ue ti .or' e'ear'y than a liule circuiimtnncc
w.-i-hinj i' hunt ten pournlsthat cametu li(,Tl
je or , ny We ar a f:n fe oj l out in I;id
1 1 t .s.inn.iiijif , .ilthonh nt hi r at.tl older atiii
in ne .issy ' I'ny f row ioudrr than wo
' , lnti it 'nn -- to real living, moving,
st.rric.f 'vent-., w- if- arc iw Our
fin ml, Par'o'i t i , j-m. of tho American,
in culled on Wi.ilne-.l.iv to a jo a fe'.v mih-H
in tin1 country, on a liillo businrnn 1 he
I'n.von i,.i !.n i :?!.-! eloxo to ours, i.nd w-e
on-'-rved "li..t be w.n upmied up ralln-r in. .re
than u.vml on that lay, so much go in ! !,
that we could harjl) r. . regnio him as one of
tho new .'paper fraternity. JTis bout Wero
bhi'liLtl, lii." coat tavn nniui-takabln fijns of
ha- in hern hruched, bi hat looked ai plosy
as an Alaimma ri'g;;er'i fa'o fifsbly gp-a-i-d,
1 and mn white lie; k e!i''t '-rcircl' d I. i 4
; thre-.t. All th" l'ttle devils n'oont tlie o'liei:
I peeped from tlieir din;;y romus, wotnii ring
' t'iii' on earth had happened to thu i'erion.
IIh jumped in'o a ln'.ty h'diind H 2. 10 nap,
I and from the .iy 1;8 cracked hij whip, one
wyuld KiipjK'MO lie carri" 1 a regular hook for
In the evf tiin ivhi n ho returned, it wn
wlii.jpei ed around that tho Par .on had a f 10
jo'j ii tin; country and all iApcnse puid.
ll. looked an muiiin," and ft rosy in if a half
d .eii of yelloT Icl.I chickeD had gmia to
roo?! undei Ion VL-t, and thu btila imps in
kit ollico were up to tlnir eyet, in nn' rniclons
pure, red cored, luacious looking melons
at the expense of the hots. It was a happy
time about that oflice on U'edn.-.-d.iV.
Yesterday a chunpe tame over tho f-plrit
I ,.f it...;. ,i.., .,.. t i... i ..., ......
y'k lull ui i inn. inn- i (1I.-.IJU 3 I in. niii i"w
feet and u half longer than thu dav before.
Ho w-as gruni, Hiirlv, and the boys had to toe
the mark straight ul ng without looking to the
right or left. There was no ripe, red cored
nu'lonn, no rosy cb"t ked tipplci or mellow
j pears laid on the tuned of thu bu-y type .set
t"f.H. 1 lie room was a.-f stul as tun grave,
save the rapid click made by the type, which
Houndid clear und distinct. Pieces of paper
lay around, cvidciitl.' rudely and angrily
torn, on which might be truce ,-u h words
ul lively bride virgin, innocence and puri
ty ipotle.-s lillies n it i roses soil down
tlia stream Heaven's last best gift, and
many other ihoii'c phrues usually stiung to-g'-ihcr
In-ti t .vo loviiiy- hearts arc welded iu
Well, thu long and short of it is things
will leak out in a printing ollice the fact
was told last liig,ht thut the blushing bride of
Wednesday noon, presented le r 1. id a line
boy on Thursday morning."
'-.V tuil.e in d tenor Is a w- 1 1 - inp - f -li-H-iuro."
If tho young folks want the "Well" dug in
a hurry, let tl cu send for our Purstu.
Cot '.If Krl','t 1TTK IN SM!' The full. iwinjr
may appear soinewnal looii.-u in Aun-rican
"The Madrid journals of the "!th, stato
! that a number of deputies, now nt Lti (inmja,
' waited on the Queen, to congratulate her
on her pregnancy.
tci)" Maj r A J I'uni l on, formerly a
prominent il u of Ten in .-,t c, died l o entiy
i i Louisiana, of F.rysipi la.s.
t:if Henry C. Km In, son of James l-.rwin,
and giatui.-on of Henry Clay, died in Louis-
1 villc, Kentucky, on the Irth inst.
6sJ" The taa!.le property of Georgia ii
.aid to have increased fjO, 00(1, 000 in the past
Z:r There are now living in the State of
Massachusetts, fourteen berousof the Revolu
tion, of ages from !U) to 100 years.
fi1 It is said that Seuutor Douglas was
originally a Cabinet maker.
We presume be would not object to being
: one asaii), if an opportunity offered.
Buy It is predicted by the New Orleans
! Delta that the Speaker of the next House of
Representatives will be- cither Tuoinus Corwin
I or l'.nr.erson Etheridte.
! ivJi- T'" "- ; r..ra ,40...
, gery ever hoard of, is that of on Iilinois
whisky seller. It is a suuke crawling out of
' a fellow's bout.
l.atu I.a3 ppi'i3 ni.iiounce that a
body of IGOi! Indians would Itsvo that State
August lt. lor the ai-liiti Mimi.tuina u::-'-..
th e-eort of 600 Uisited States tiuup.-,.
CaJ" Steam power has been wppliod to se. -ing
machiiiea. Au upright engine has been
i ilroduced into a clothing manufactory at
Albany, which ocenpirs the space of about
OD cubic foot, aud works several of tho Scv
j ig machines to perfection.
C r i'r Kalitg had the honor, a few days
ago, to tiuioout the corns of the Kmperor aud
' lnl'r' si tjt 1'iance. lia Eugenie got as
, rr, u) 'not as our American girls, Lloctor?
L v.iisciUe Journul.
ine Bishop of Troves in a circular to
i m clergyman says that "Kith the atitance
oj iriincs, (iod bas writteu a taagnilicent
page iu history !" Can fluckcyutu go further
than this ?
t& Horace Cireely writing frora the South
Pass, ssys, "that thu natural obstacles to ecu-
j s'r"ctirj a Railroad through this region, are
i uot comparable to those overcome in the con-
! 'nciiuii of the Camden and Aroboy."
teif I' is said that a girl iu Bittstield was
ftruclt dua.b by the Giing of acannon. Siucs
j then a number of married men have incited
S rttllery to come aud discharge their
; l"ece on their premnes.
LJt f i ,t, t . . t n t
lyug iu the ,outia. of Highland, Randolph
tJ P.ndieton, Y.rginia, and known as ths
HV.ling.worth Suirsv," bav. recently been
. .old fo, o0,00, to a Kortb:-n LmigraUoD
Ajri of our I'ablle ?lr.
T . , 11 1 1 1
j ivs Mor. I- jiuon.'iri.tu i i oo
(IS n cirs (11 on tlio 1.5th of So
j vciiilnT next; N'ice lVosiilont
j llivrlvinriilo. will bo year
, of a -' mi tlie 10th dov (if Jan.
' uaiy iit xt; Lowh Pass is nearly
77 yt-ars old; Stephen A.
; Pouprlas wa 4o' years .f a .2:0 011
I tho -'.'Jil of April la Ft; Simon
; (..'ameri.in is in his GOth year;
Jeil'orsnn Davis is ol years old;
: ( '.dob ( 'u-diing is in las 00th
!year; II (.well Cobb will be 01
years old on the 7th of Scptent
1 ber next; Win. IF. Seward is in
I his oSth year; Franklin l'eirce
lis t" 1 years old; lo-bi'rt Field
, Stockton is nearly GO years of
acre; iniin C iiar'.i's r romoiit was
years old on the 7th of Janu
ary last; John Dell is GJ years
(old; John J. Crittenden will be
! 7-5yiars old in September next;
i Alexander If. Stephens was 17
yearns o!tl in February last;
i James Ij. Orr was 37 years old
i on the Uth of May la-et; Jesse
1 J). IJriht is in his -17th year;
1 Antrustiis C. Dotlu'o is about 47
years old; James Shields is 4(J
years old; Isaac Toiicey is 01
years old; Henry A. ,i,o is o3
vears of aire; Kobert M. T. II un-
ter is nearly T0 years of aire;
Hubert Toombs was -ID years
old on the Ll of July last;' Ed
ward Everett was (! years old
in April last; John M. Head is
over "() years of aire; Daniel F.
Dickinson will be o) years old on
the I 1th of September next; Ho
ratio Seymour is about oO years
of ;;';e; John E. Wool is about
! Go years of age; John Slidell is
! m Ins (itithyear; Aathaniel 1.
j Hanks was -13 years old last
j J'.lft rtx of l'otsoiir.l AVhlrUy.
The Ciawfonlsville (Ind.)
I Journal, reports a ease of poison
ing by wliisivy that ouirht to be
a.; effective as a dozen temper
ance lectures. It says that a
young man named Lewis, of that
county, drank whiskey on the
dth of July, which burnt his
throat and stomach and made
him vomit not unusual occur
rences with more liquors than
whiskev. The next dav he
drank airuin, and in the after
noon, an hour or so after swal
lowing the last glass, he was
seize 1 wit ti convulsions which
lasted six hours ami contorted
his body and limbs terribly.
His toes were drawn in upon
the soles of Lis feet, his lingers
in on his palms, and his head
a ml feet back toward each other
till they met and bent his body
into a circle, lli.s jaws re
locked fast and could iwt be ope
ened at all, but he retained his
consciousness. For ten days,
at intervals of one to fUc hours
these spasms have returned,
but happily with entire uncon
sciousness to the patient since
the lir.-st ones.
idriiiiti;M of Womiii srer man.
Some one sums up the advan
tage of woman over man as fol
liiivs: "A woman may say what
she pleases to you without being
knockou do'u n for ii. She can
take a snooze after dinner,
while her husband has gone to
work, flto can go forth into
the .streets without being invi
ted to treat at every cotteo
houso. fehe can paint her face
if it is to; pale, and ihuir it if too
red. .Sho can stay at home in
time of war, and wed if her hus
band is killed. She can wear
corset j if too thick and other
fixings if too thin, She can eat,
drink and be merry, without
costing a cent. She can get di
yorced from her husband when
ever she sees any one she likes
better. She can get in debt nil
over, until h warns tho public
by advertisements, not to trust
her on his account any longer.
Be" A private letter from Austin, Texas,
dated the 9th, says: "The National Demo
craey" (meaning tho ticket headed by Gen.
llouMon) ' have ttiumpht-d by a majority of
from ten to litu-eu thousand votes over the
African Siaie Trade Dt-nmrrats in this Statu ."
1 his n'cius to have been the only Miie in
this race, an i Kjiu.cIj wag I eat u cu it, as
la dcDv(.-l t3 b
J tsaJCnse of death by drowning have been
I remark a':dy numerous this rummer. It illus
j t'ates the importances of knowing how to
I swim. Parents neglecting facilities for com-
! rauuicatii'g this art to their children are
tr The w ite of Choate a;J in answer to
some commonplace congratulations about
his fame, that "he was so true and pei-feet a
husband and father, that no thought cf his
being a great man, ever enteed the bouse
SV.? The Anbnrrt N. V. Advertiser says
that the wh at crop in that county is enorm
011 8. Wc have not heard of any wheat that
averages bss than twenty live bushels to the
acre, wbll'.' ibe greater proportion runs from
thirty to thirty-five bushels to tho acre.
tUf Tho Xema (O.) Torchlight notices a
pearl which weighs twenty grains, and is in
perfect shape for ft set. It is white with a
blulsb lint. It was found ir tl'.c t.ittle Moimi
river, between Mount Holly and Waynes, ille.
iM)" Forney cays the reason llennett and
lliuhiiian remain such good friends, is be
cause tiny have xcrcr luukul tilth other
siifirc ifi the fmc. As eucU has a stpnnl,
tin! reason is plnu-'ible.
If half a pound of copper w ill make a
cow bell, how much will it tnk'j to tuuke n
cow bcller ?
C.U?" 1 he funambulist who tried to balance
tho North Pole, got seriously cut by the uses
of the earth.
SCHEDULE OF PREMIUMS
lirHBI.B roR THE NEXT
Woodbury Couuty Agricultural Society
TO BR HELD AT SIOUX CITY,
On (he I SIIi day of October, A. 1). 1830.
CLASS NO. 1.
Best hlallion over i years old,
" " over 2 years old,
" " yearling,
" Mare Breeder,
" 2 year Tilly,
'" yearling I' illy,
" pair Praft Horses,
" pair Carriage Horses,
.Mi'ige iU. r. iiloore,
r.liiuh Adams, Awardin;
T. K. Clark,
CLASS NO. 2.
Jinks and .llult's.
Best Jack ocr 4 yenr old, fl 00
" Sjuiii wirk Mules, H 00
" Mule. Colt under 6 mos, 1 00
W. N. lUichanan, I
Theophtlus Brcuyicr, Award. Com.
W. P. Iloluinn, )
CLASS NO. 3.
Best Bull ovtr 1 year3 old,
" " " 3 years old,
" " " 1 year old,
" " Calf under G months,
" Cow over 3 years old,
" Heifer yearliiif,
" " Calf under 6 months ,
" Yoke Oxen over 4 years old,
Benj. Yeomims, Awarding Com.
Corridon Hall, )
CLASS NO. 4.
Best Ihiar over 8 uionths old,
" Sow over 8 months old,
N. W. Pratt,
U. C. Ash,
CLASS NO. 5,
Field C rops.-
Best 5 acres of Spring Wheat, $3
" 5 a res of Corn, 6
" J acre of Potatoes, 2
" acre of Buck Wheat, 2
" 3 acres of Oats, 2
" 4 acres of Sugar CnnO, a
Dr. S. P. Y miliums, )
William Turuian, Awarding Cl
Wm. Van O'linda, 1
Best I bushel of beets,
" 1 " of onions,
" i " 6f tt:rniiS
" 1 " of tanel,
" 1 dozen I ends of . -ie
" J dczeu pni!.( t in-1,
;' dozen Mitit'0!t
" 1 neck of tt uiatoes,
1 . . ... . . . -v
6. II. .Siwggeu
CLASS NO. 7.
ProdiirtH oftlic Daliy.
Best 6 H'S of butter,
" 20 lbs., or over of choess,
F. M. Ziebali,
Mr Pr. Yeomnns, Awarding Com.
Mrt. Luth Woodford
CLASS NO. 8.
Bost oil painting,
" pastal painting,
" ctayou paiutiug,
" colored crayon painting,
" water color, do
" tuouocbronjtic, cr polycbromatic
" Picture Frame, made io this or the
counties invited to compete,
" Hair Work,
Horace C. Bacon,
Mrs.N C. Hudson, I Awarding C
Mrs. JIall, Suiithl'd. )
CLASS NO. 9.
Best Bud Quilt,
" made pair of Tatitaloons,
" V.'orn'.td Lmbroidury,
" Fmbroidcred skirt,
" eet of Embroidered collar aud
" Lmbroidsred bandksrebief,
I sir knit Stsckuigs,
" Pag Carpet,
" j-air Gents fino shirts
K ii.ert Mea:s, j
Mrs. I.. E. Clark, L
Mis. M A. Bigelow, j
CLAS.S XO. io.
Best Farm Wagon manufacture, ?
oodbutv ( ounty, r ('
" wtKiV'','-0'1 n,"nuf'tNi,1
Unn-'NiVv I iiufiife. 'i v
" jiair Hoots, " '
' pair Shoes,
" pair Guiurs,
" .'. ll.s See ,r r,sn,...r........ . .
" ft gallons Syrup manufacture tn- -Sugar
Tames A. Sawyers, )
Mr- liaker, Suiithl'd. I Awsrj;,-.. I
l'r. A. M. Hunt. 1 ?
DISCUETIONAUY COMMITTEE I
John L. Cnmnhell
J. I". Allison,
!. B. McOougall,
Mrs. IL C Bacon.
Mrs Oeo Weare,
Mrs Sum!. 11. Casadv,
Th Coiihii.-s of Ph-mouth, Cbfr,.,f I
Ida ure invited to take'.art iu the fu
compete for l'remiuins. i
Any person, in the Counties reprf;
can become a member by pnrinr one i 4
and will then b entitled to the privii"
completing for Premiums. . ' J-
All s o k and articles of every k
tended lor exhibition must be ties-nV
the ilfscripti- ri, with the owners i,,,,,,,.. '.i
to the Ke. iiil.ir r.l' . U o-.: . .
.. ... J w. ...o ...... ti-iy u..Jf..
o'clock, A. M., of the daycf ICxhiiiiiion. 1
Of persons competing for ike I'rom ,
offered ou field crops, class No. 5, ,'f
miirfit finli.ffieliirv i.i-Ai.f i.f l.u i
.. .... i -"
j , ,. , ti.
raised per acre, n sample of the quality
a oriei oescri,iiion ot tne rnoite ot t:il:ti
The l)i:icrp'i..nurv CnmntiflA -ilt
to the ow ners of stock or other articles
merit, not included in any of the V
classes, premiums not exceeding 2; 00
Hr oriler of the T Pnnni!ttr
W. H. BKitl.dXiiVr
.i(.i- ,r lot u Mrtlulit hili!.'li f.ir Ml.ir.
1.1.-prliv. l..- III N HY S CA.Ml i l
1 J Lull IU ti-iitliil Suux t'i'v. fi.t me In
. nuli-le-lik.il I
'iiyiiig Tuxcm -i
. In miv .Art of Wefli-rn tr. r
CLOSING OliT !
LITTLE GIANT STi
Is selling (iouds
M-.'.tk th" li-vnl, than any other s'urei
'I'liw l'raiuirto' la anxii-m In enl lt i- '
t)ir -i... k. uini ill oritur tu ilo .-o willvll nt a '.'
ST. LOUIS PRICE?
Till: GOODS A11L
E-ltwl in every r-.wi.i-v.: to nj in luvn.
I ; HANS,
SPICKS, sniVKS.- ' ,.,
So DA- AND SPCAB CUAHu..
LAl-'D, WOODEN WAiit
SIONLWAKL. & 4
it COSTS KOTIH-N"
Titall Djri;ii!in tho GokU, f"! " ' 'J
Tiil ust. A 4-!!ar a U etjaal ' - '"'
rov SB well kuvo ili'lUr unw nod IlirB mi"
jovir Uroojrlo. c. Uiureaud
FIND THE YiAu-
Nnt ieom " TST OF EAIiLK OKFICE, a4jo'' l"
Ciuu.UiliL .sii.-ii. Wu'rb goiiiu to
Sill out or Give away.
Pocull au'J take ny the good-, e
THOS. J. STONi;
IflMD H C E B ?.
IIKALEIl I!V nmi' " , o'
.4 nil I'ractlCUl M""
uf sjoux crrv. w.
A Friendly Hint
. i.. ui thu lloird. una '. . II
,.iiillv7 ..el l .iil all liw li'"'"'"'
00 j uu uciuriuiiiiil " "''" .....
TIIOSL. WHO OWH- ' d,
la lln. cny. uJ ti aofo. tliL-y .ill t W u u,t
.ti...fc.iiu uieuiv. i.d f lwt
l,av "r f . ,
iw" tt',u"'- - - . . . tula1'
m r. in Ilia htlldt "'
Hew: liodjiol wi.li Io Uu.l. uiu
1'aj up Huiiu dlatt J-
Tbi n.tl.- lut.iid.-d for Al l-. ".,u'
tlta. "A word to ILe wiat, i. .uiliii M j. jjiUJkl,
JutiH 25, IijJ
I III III lit
b, y '
t lliliM H.ii er OUluv
Uiu rtnaii Cur l.l t.y
llO a " 1 i""
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