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-?; (i'ln)t. to haul tlotcti the mJncricyn Flag, shoot him on the spot.- John A. Dix.
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iillAi , the power of N ip deon is consolidated, translation; "they w ill tell us w hat to do;
l hut before Lis upp mrarice as Antir I their presence will cheer us, anJ their
tali: or a vjosja.vs t'Ai:i:i:ic.
An Engl. ah paper says: "An incident
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-r ;.r.!;a n . -V. I.hnat. lhf-M! evenla are: 1t IMie ' ruwer ot working iniraciis vi; protect is iu.U now tf in? oiseusstu in miin.irv !
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H-.yvA ;y KtiL;i . resurrect i'Mi of th'? jl iiiiiuediuic'y a ; us iu car unequal stru?g!e wi:h Anti- j circles so extraordiLary that were not j
! i.-t nU-'A an often tls- j 'nt expiration of t!je fix th'ju-a!.--! years ' Christ. lnne mtn will attempt to i i'.s truth vouched for Ly oiheial aumor- j
oriJ ' th j world. id Tue destruction of i kili th-m, and wiil themselves fall dead j ity, the narration wou.d certainly l.e
In a w,,ik j;;it : J Th-J tranau'jn of the 1 at a word, until just before the end. ! deemed atsolu-.ely incredible. Oar j
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e .ti-i. (i "ii.e , .-aiiitf. They, being :se only two who in past j onicers quartereu at me vape ueiv.een
cr. N.3 on j Accordin"- to mv chrono'oTv. the? six ' trenerations have ntvr dn,-d. will be i fifteen and twenty years ago, may re-
'. uc t.'ie 1 attire, ex- thou
il lie," h imparts a
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in - r; -.iuiv "i !i;.f,rt :a if true."
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r S'.-pir-i:.l.er iIm'.Ii, 1T; the
i-iiLf '. ; i.'.o tran-.Iaticn of the
i.avii.? j j viotiily ta!;..a hice,
and years of ih? world expire on killed ly Anti-Chri-t in Jerusalem, for j member r. certain Dr. Berry, attached !
the O h of December, 1S71; tho icsur- ; it is appointed unto men once to die. i o the uut.ical stall there, ami er.joyin.5 j
rec;i'.;n, therefore, cf the di-ad i-i3t will ! This will be probably on tb-; evening i the reputation for considerable sksli :n ;
take place on that day. We shaii ut ; of the 10th of September, 1S7S. Their j "is proles-nun, espec:a.iy tor urmnes,
see this resurrection, and the rt fore we ' l.-odies uiil li-i utiLuried in the ! decision, and rapidity in difiicult opera-
.-hall never know in this life whether
such is precisely the case or not. We j September, wh-Jii the spirit cf life from
know, however, that there will bo two j God will enter into them; they shall
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a: U".ry, 1S7 j.
ai-j Ij'iIcc r conlined himself to
, I,", would only lan'ulie his
Ik;; he is t..o 1.1;. d hearted
lie rive's i-jfuil particulars
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ttajes cf resurrection; at least fuch is
my opinion of the words of St. Ivj1.
If. as some hold, the ilvin? shall ae
lually see the rt.-.-tirrectioa of the just,
we shall then have posi-ive proof. I do
not think we shall do so; therefore 1 do
treet till the morning of the 17th ot lions. This gentlema.Tphad entered the
army in 1513, had passed, of course,
through the grades of asMs'.ant-suiijeou
and surgeon in various regiments, and
had served as such in vatious parts cf
the globe. His professional acquire- j
ments had procured for him his promo- j
tion to the stall" at the Cape. He was
stand upon their feet, and, in obedience
to the great voice from heaven, saying,
"Come up hither,'' they will ascend -to
heaven in a cLud, in the siht of their
enemies, wlu shall be in great fear.
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vr i" rnuiih?.',:.) ;v- nts whic h : not frxnect that ir.V opinion can ever 1 ' r,f il.U Ufa v-:I! 1... i'w. ,.,c ; u'J"c'"Ul oi a l,'us" T-,a',t""-"u
" 1 - - j 1 uju tiuj iu nut 1:4 iuuc; lino- : . . .
.i-;,-n in il-jt next thirteen years. ..r,.;-ed rii-ht. nor can it ever be rro.l ! ,! ,t. i I... : per and r n inordinate addiction to argu-
I s--e:t i.i th. l.llov.!.:- tabla of i v,ro,. I merr-iv stnte mv J.'.Vf .!r, .i. i ment' w'1,ch perpetually Lrougut tne ,
- .cveL.to c;t:, .i?" to t,; a sporting th, -Mead in Christ" w,li lisc before will be war ia heaven, Michael nndiformer Y11? YV' IIa wasj
- . I ' I : ! dayhgLt ca the Cih of December, 1S74. ! his angels fighting against the Dragon I essivly plam, o. i,ebu, proportions
' J -..r- . r J) is;? Scj-idex- n..; . v;c 1 1 ,. , ! , . '. ' , , , . i and labored under tho nnperfection cl ;
J' 'J- 1 J'UJ'U1 JJaniet sajs: biesseu 13 he tnat and his aiigt:,s. wlio wul be driven I ,. . j
! d.ii ... t.. 1 l-::7. Davof humli- ,...,!, ,n ,h, 1 .! u l..i 1 ..... .. ! ludicrously s nieaking VJice. At-y .
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wniteth and conieth to the three ihous- j down into tho earth, when a loud voice
exclaims, "W03 to tho inhabitants of
tho earth and the sea! for the devii is
'm"i.t l j and three hundred and live and thirty
c.-me down unto you! having great
wrath, because he knoweth thru h hath
but a short lime.
Then will the Dmsr-
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days." ?.Iy cxnlanati j:i of thi? verse,
fin h VrTV-dnv r.rln -:r! (:-. r.!r.-r!i'r
', r, iir'"-c ' v King j ben given; but like the other dates, 11
Austria seizes ! ,,,,, .1 ,-, jj.u !i,r::!.d:iv rir-oir-b
r.' ( v, up two minor German j calculated back from September 20th,
i-. r.-.a se o., ui nil--.-.',, an , j.,, and we com-- t" mo evening ot ; Creai authority to Anti-christ, who will
giro'b:y in lio't an-l 1S70. th, -Jbh of January, 1S7-J. On the j p-n his nioutli in blasphemy against
?!. 1.. i an 1 Au tn 1 1 ri:n ,r tf the 2-lth and of Jar.uarv. ! 1 1., l.l
on give his power and his seat and
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war on iVance, Oc lb7o, rolally some little time b-fotv ulv
to blasplieme His name and His
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Ihiiper. r ot
:.d -f 1S71.
, Ril'l 111.1. S
n.ient. 11 jl-
covenant (p thaps) with
u..y (J-nt-:a!enj ttm;-). will tnko jdace j heaven; ho will tnaTie war upon the
the ua relation c-f the sciuts. 1 Mty be- taints and overcome ihem, and ail they
ore itawn, L.-rause 1 uv-nevo thai the ; that dwell uron the pnrth sim ivnr.
rciiirrectioa of the dead aiid the trans-
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n-.'s sup-rt mo
iitioii of ti.e saints will occur at toe the Hj.,!v- of the Life of ihe hand.
1 win.! hour as Clirist s rc-surrccHoa, and j hi i ; 1 from the foundation of the world.
t-'P ! A". Post, i'i ;.-. Vit.
i :i-.e we are told that this iirtt
of Ciirir-t's cciniug l.e iu a thiii ia the
1 a Cliil;.- 00 ilJ u, null 1.1 tne 1 A11 thi c.iiicer a niitipnii 1-5 nrlnn.; -
t.ight. and thit it was at midnight that printed in a bcok and pnlli.-hed to tho
ot ill? o;d - die. cry arose, "I. hold, the Jindcgroora
to I.i:n (
id he appears to
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f this 1 ior.li. j ;c::ienhere between midnight and day
s December, j iil.t.
lciu wed by j As I do not believe in a visible resur-
; rcction, so I do not believe in a visible
r. !"7d. ll.surrect:' a ci i truaslatiun. The wise vii irins will van
ish at one moment sm-uhat.eous.v, in
natural 'ch-.fh:g' with regard to tlies", j
however, especially arous:d his ire, bi t j
was at length discontinued on his 'call- ;
i ing out' a perseverug ollender, and
hhooting him through the lungs. I
"About iSlOhe became promoted t.i !
medical inspector, and was transferred j
to Malta. There lie was e-pialiy dis-
thtguisUt-d by !ns skill and by his j ug- j
nacious propensities the hitter becomirg j
so inconveniently developed upon the
slightest tlilTerence of opinion with him, j
that at last no notice was ailowtd to be i
taken of his fits of temper. lie pro- j
ceeded from Maha'to Corfu, where he j
was optartered for many yearn, still j
conspicuous for the same peculiarities. J
When our government ceded the Ionian
Isles to Greece, nr. 1 cur troops, of j
'.vor.d as crearabio and to be believed. , , . , - , . 1
I elected io have the army and take up
m a ! .
las reMience lor tne resi ii ins uujsi
Corfu, lie died a few months ago, and j
i.ovi: am) ;jii.i:ss.
A rather laughable transaction took
place a week or two ngo in the town of
Do Wilt, Michigan, ia which love and
business are so intermixed that it t
quires an adept to distinguish between
the two. A milk-safe pedler called Ot
a house to sell a safe. The woman in
funned him that she was a widow, and
would much rather have a man. Tho
pedier informed her that if she would
take a sufe ho would send her a man.
She took it, aud the pedler went on his
way rejoicing, and soon sent her a man
who he ascertained had no bosom com
panion, and directed hiia to the widow.
Going on, he called at a house to sell
a safe, an J was iafonnld that the man
was a widower, and would prefer a
wife. He told him if he would take a
safe he would direct him where he
could get a woman. lie took the safe,
and the pedler directed hi.a to the samo
widow. When he reached her he was
about an hour too late, the first having
secured tho prio. The kind-hearted
woman, however, sent him to a second
widjvv, whom he secured, and both
loving coujles vvae married that after
noon. o - 1 ..
C7Mr. ll.nrv S. 1'oote, cs-rebel,
v;-itL-s fi o-.u N'a-hvilie, 1 imessc-e: kI pre
fer tj cii l i'-i:- trot; Ides at oncehy grant
ing the right of suffrage (to tho frctdiaen)
Whatever plausible ol-jcctions may be
made io this measure, for one, I prefer it
to th-j longer continuance of tho present
distressing condition of affairs. I desire
the early disbanding of the armies nov
mth'Tii territory. I desire
iy and pr-i i'ee: restoration of civil
re. I desiro the im-
ship him, whose names are not written
SiilJISISIA.V OX EISISIJIl iUCHlTS
Gen. Sherman delivered a speech at
upon his death was discovered to be a I
..vet a D -.:ry
li.'s r.t :.h
i..i- c:-jta an.:
a i -a of the
u.e t'.vinaii::': 01 an f.
iiav ri.n. One el u?
as the deal
Lancaster, Ohio, at a soldier's pic nic, j vv"L,lia!j! yt.ry probabiv this discoverv
j After treating en several questions, he j was elicited during the natural prt pr.ra- !
i proceeded to con-ider the proper civil j tion3 f.r iototment, bat there seems to !
I status cf the rebels. IIo defined it as .., .... . n.,.nt,-. .l,-,t r hh.-r v.-.rliii!v 1
fallows : j (uring tho last illness, cr by some writ- '
"vVhen t!ie rebels ventured their ail 1 ing, perused immediate !y after his (for!
. ews t 1 J -r.i'
.r.! -Christ a
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. . . ,1:1 t.iCir charts to destrov cur Uovern- 1 we must slid use th : niasctnir.e ) deat.t
sleep ou in nerif.t uiicoiijci iu.-ncss : , . , . , . .. , . 1 , , , , , , , . . ,
, , ment, they pieugt d thtir lives, their 1 h-' had bi-c'-ed to be buried without
he c.is-irn.'ar.m.-e cf their dearest i ... , , i . .
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I cause. The Government accepted their This, mc t likely, only aroused the cu
twj j ia a moment that cne of their party has
( ';h Li.ri
Hence when we cca-. riositv of the two nurses who attemled
cuered, wo by conquest gained all they j him, for il waste them, it appears, that
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lw'-- . . . . ..- . I J ' lirii hpir t-Tfinr-tiT I.iu-nnm pits ho i iui ,.,MriTi-nl hi rr.rs prv was n'.'.i! f. I
! A:n. l-.-iMMstihin.June-U.u. : is heu.i .phere the translation will I " ' t V ,1 f . T 1
..... ,- ,. ... : t- l ! v . c ' cor.nuest. I hus they lost their slave?, Lnder the circumstances, the fact wa-s :
..-.1 ... .... 1.. ..,...-. ) , i)r -.-vp uiler x h, i-.b. li.p.-i? ot ; for the moment be unknown. Ia the , ., 1 t . 1 , - .. . 1 , , , , '
. . 1 T T .1,. ! 1 .- , I . 1 tiieir muies, tneir horses, their cotton, ; deemed so liarortant tnat mcoical test:-.
: - ,? :: ! 1 so:.. Jn.y Jt; ..; s.e.oni g stars, .,.h , :er Lcmhp here, a-wever, this gseat . . ,. , . . . . ,. , , r , , :
; : ' " . . , , . T- ,,- , , . , , . tneirall; end even their lives and per- ! mony was ended in u report upon and
.- :-:,v,r .--s 1 J -1 's A'-'-'-- ai.ul stoiiiis ti.e , rjriual sign tf t!ie Sea cf Tilaa may I ... , , . . . , , . .-
. .. ...... - v .......... ' t r , 1 I sonal nbe-nv, bv them thrown into the record its truth. Iy t.ns investia'aCi ;
V. .' - ' : -. ' i;lst w ' c 11 C:,U;,!,:? cr-:it : be more openly inanifestcJ; for there, ' , . , . I , , n r,: , , , , I
,. ,, VI-i,r., i . , . i n ' issue, were theirs on y by our forbear- not only was the assertion p.aced be- j
! 'J''--'u- ;s:cka.'.-. ia Auricn. s ar.i.i m lines- ; Uvo .j,..;! Le j lL fi ,., lv ,VLlI,,:. I , i J . . . t . . . . ,1
:.r .c ,j . ., ,r 'j,,., n, . ..y - i .... ... ... . rtnc" and clemencv. Uy this rrht of ! yond u doubt, but it was equany beyon j i
r - ' i snail ne griuumg at t:.e nail, ani -.-no j
in diatj restoration of all tho States o
th: Soi.'.h in ti.e national legislature; and
having goo rcas: ja'to bIIove that theso
hen-jilts will not be ncvor id to us until
African suffrage is consented to, I am pre
pared to laukc th; osperiniont at once."
CTA traveler rtoppir.g at a hotel ex
claimed to the waiter: '-What are J'oil
doing, y v.i black raseai? You heve rous
ed iin; twice from my sloop by telling nn
breakfas: was ready, nnj now you aro
attempting to strip off ths bod clothes.
What do j-ou ir.eanl-5'
'V"h--,"-" roplied rouipcy, ,:if you isn't
going to g; up, wo niu.it have the sheet
anyhow, cause d Vr waitin for de tiblo
Ih ci u i- ia.T Mcvii Fail. To destroy
vats eate'i them onj by oan and ilatten
their heads v. ith a h-rnoa j-oucczer.
To kill e .ck.-o..chcs got a pair of
h avr b i.j's, then eatc'i your roaches and
- it thrra into a !'-,rie', and thi-n get in
yoiirs'lf and dauce.
To kill be J bugs chain th.-ir hln 1 legs
to a troo, then go iu front and knock their
hoau off w ith aciu!. ;
To catch luice on going to bed put
crumbs of cheesj in your mouth, and lie
v.'.ili it open, when a mouse's whiskers
tick I i your thr at bit?.
T prevent tl .gs going ma cut their
In t tliir erirs.
tails eff jut 1,(
ri ;i n:o?.r ti:xas.
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snail lie crriuUKiiT at t:.-'; :..n!, an-l
alout S. pti m: -,r 1st. Ci-ri. t a; pear. .tLaU be taI:en and the other b,ft.
descei.-ling on Mount Olivet, at sunset.
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'A Comrdete riciorial History o
'Th' ''-.-t, !i'-'np-si. r.n-.l ntcst succ-'s's-1..1
i'.uniiy r.u'f ia the I'nion."
-1. Napoleon III, the
t w:- c.vn this irrouud we stand 'a doubt brought to ! jr.: hi that the inii-
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( i e-;i iu-na , it'll jueitu lioui Hit; liiuiau?, j joirit in iusiieui iiau .11 ?uu.u i.i.i-.. ;
w.ll not, however, see any ascension; j , shawnees. I believe. Tiie State of ! another been a mother! This is all1
they will only perceive the sudden d:s-I O,.io is our3 ,..y conq,JO,i from the ' that is as yet known of this extraordi
aj.pearar.ee of the body; and sinra it j French nn,, I:riglish. So soldiers, nary story. The motives that occasion
will be mid-day then m the center cf , inarched through and con '.d a.-.d the time when commenced this
ihe Pacific Ocean, very few cf the j j he coun,ry of the reU.ls w0 sigUlar deception are both shrouded j
uweiiers on earta win see autning n .i i t .. i. ;
r . - , . , - iritiiiig uiiir.io ai im-v iiuu, uuu M i u IIIXS'.CIV. i;JL llliu lb .liiiiui nil .
. .. ... . . .., -.. . - , ;:,)SP 104V. i.ciHg cnieny resiuen; in iew
i Roman w rid. In the Ihistrn division, Zealand and Australia.
; Gre-c.1, Turk Syria, l'.gypt, and the
The a':th-:-r continu"?:
The ."5.1 of June, 1S7, will then see
don't want you to be troubled in your
consciences for taking, wdiile on our
great inarch, the property of conquered
th'; destruction cf Daris appear to be ! rebels. Tiiey forfeited their rights to
the English, the only nation which shall j, anj j J.;r airer.t for the Govern-
The instruments in God's hands for i
ion i'u-r. d States now belonging to
Eastern Austri t, w:ll probably form
1'... ft.-.. I r ' i . 1 1 1 T ! 1 . -wA . r.in.i.i.'ii'l.i.l
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t .1 r . f!"""3 neiuij ooi inc.- ui-m, wi iir.er.t to wrneu i teiocgeu, cave you : ea a rccuiar uiputta, anu uu ne iiu.au
one 01 t..O ieet ot i ....... . . , , 3 D J 0 ' . .
dubitable fact that a woman was for
forty years an clllcer in the 13rithh ser
vice, had fought cne duel, and had
sought many more, had pursued a le- j
gitimate medical education, had recoiv
by the Lve tot s on
date the I'.l.ine provinces will bo ceded
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S 11 A I M ) 1 ! ) ! A" U AX ' S T 1 1 A Ti 1 1 .
Davar'a, with ti
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; possessions in the Tyrol, will be trilu-
. ' , , , I Ins preparation, and lae iir-trees (axb. s
f.efore he is reveal d as Anti-Christ, 14 , ., , ., ,
, j i . , i of the gua-cirriages) sall oe terribly
Ji- lgiton ai- i, wi.l ackii-iwledge him as
sh-eld of his mighty men is made red, j authority to keep nil that the quarter- j almost a celebrity for skill as a surgical
the valiant men are in scanet. Ine
taking cf Paris is foreshadowed thus:
"The chariot (guns) shall be with flam
ing torches (port lires) ia the day of
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The; western diviston
e bt'ing aho divi
, probabiv France,
add a quart of molasses to each bushel.
shaken. The chariots shall rage in j Let tjie p0uaee ferment until it begins
the streets, they shall jostle one against j lQ hare a jec Jetl vinegar odor, stirring
each other ia the broad ways (bmle-it frequenty during the several days
masters couldn't take possessiun of or ' operator.
didn't u-ant." " rT" They it-medies fur
cattle disease ia England. A cow be-fcT-To
inuke good Tomato vinegar, ; j,,,,,,, to Miss Dardett Coutts was
mash the tomatoes ia an open tub, and j jostj wi:a .. eight bottles of whiskey,
s on lae other
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.vi . r vu.uuic, Ireig-it m -xr.- of pnn nn
Spani, L:i., II i'.i.ri i
,'o-ree w nh th-? live te
foot cf the iinr. ge.
two kingdoms cf Spain and Portugal
will ncces-arily I --cuiie one; but thi is j
a pi ii i w e nny w. II h ave to the f uture;
we know t!:at tliere will be live, and
only five kingdoms in th western divi
sion; what tho biundary lines of each
will be is immaterial.
We must now leave Leu is Napoleon
to se.tle these boundaries according to
j va"Js); lhe' sha11 sef',u' hkQ torches5 i it stands. Then strain the iuice from
they shall run like the lightning, lie , porriace, and put into casks, and let
shall recount his worthies; they shall
stumble ia their walk', they sh dl make
i haste U the wall thereof, ami the de-
it stand until the process is completed,
which will be greatly facilitated if you
can add one gallon of good cider viue-
tense shall be prepared. ine ga.es oil (ea llon3 cf toma:o
.... , i.t i &
the rivers snail he openea ana tne pai
ace shall be dissolved."
r akticui.ars of the last days.
Elijah shall come, and he will be
accompanied by "that prophet" the
E-ZL7" During the past twelve years
no man has left the office of Slate
Treasurer of Ohio with an untarnished
messenger spoken of in the 3d chapter ! reputation. That officer handles ten
of Mulachi, who is probably Enoch ; i millions a year, aud is paid the pitiful
his own liking, whilst we lurii our at- j these two will appear suddenly, they salary of ShoOO a year. And in or
tention to three most important events will restore nil things in the minds ofiderto earn this he has to find securities
'I'AitVtR imo'i'iiiti:. i v.- i cccjr la quick succession aft-r I Christians pluDged in arrief at the late i to the amount cf 6000,000.
twelve bottles of brandy, thirty bottles j
port wine, and other strong drink?." j
The an'inal recovered from the dis- j
temper, but died of de'iriuia tremens-.j
fj5"A man passiug through ths gate- j
way in the dark, hit his nose agair.it tin !
post. '! wish that post was in hel!.;j j
"Better wish it some where else," paid a
byttander, "you might run ngaiast it
CjT-A leg of tl.o feininino pattern is
discovered to b 5 worth $t.000. So de
cides a Judge in New York City, in the
c-jo of a lady, wh 1 jst ones through tho
carelessness of a Ih-oa-Jw.j- ctae driver.
Estimating an arm to be worth one-fourth
as mueli, we have an demerit of wealth
besides which the National debt looka
like an installment of pin-money.
ClTThe Chicago Lake? tunnel has now
reached a distance of 3.6 3'J feet, and tho
work of sinking the iron cylinders for tho
shaft in the groat crib, has been com
menced. CiT"l'h3 d.-iks of the late Confederate
Congress were sold r.t auction in Rich
mond oa tb.3 2Mii ult. Tory are little black
painted tables of th: plainest kind r.boui
eighteen by twenty-four inches on top,
and covert-1 with cheap, blue cloth. They
brought from twenty-live to fifty cents
C5TA marraige will take place in the
tunnel under Lake Michigan, at Chicago,
next week. "7L.it a great bora it will
rfA clergyman said in a recent ser
mon that the path of rectitude had been
traveled so little of late years it had com- j
pletely run to grass. j
ff"A fellow being awakened by the ;
clerk of a steamer, wes told that he must j
not occupy the berth with his boots, very j
considerately replied: "Oh, the bugs
won't hurt 'etn.II gmes, they're an old
C7"A Dutch crier wai employed to
6n-l a v.rayed animal of th? sw;n species.
He cried the los3 upon the street corners
as follow s,
"Oh. yes! oh, yes! annudier time, oh,
yes! Sow boar lost. Sometimes black,
sometimes white. Any poddy find him,
say nodding pout him give him Cve tol
t-i ,i .. ,:i r .r 9 .
i ir-iu -'j J-Ji nan iiuai. 'veil
ed a Yankee from a traveler.
"Where da you rain fromr"
"Don't rain at all," said the astound
"Neither do I hsll, so mial your own
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