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O..iCURpHTi . foiTOR.
TLATTSMOUTII. NOV. 18. 1830.
The Me's and 0.
f Jt 'lancock Cot left, O'Hartigan ; lie-
uarueiu wenx in, ucMurptiy.
I'll tell you a story
Abaut old Mother Uorey,
And now -my stry's bjun,
IH tell you another
About her brothtr,
And now my stery is dene.
Read the Official Table.
' A PETnoLECM well has betn found
near Ponca. Runs right out. People
Gov. Nance has appointed the 25th
of Nov. Thanksgiving day, the same
as the National day.
W'E-co.Vi'yiie ef "pub decs from
Senaier Saunders this week, which, if
we read all of 'ira this winter.our Itair
will be grayer than ever next spring.
Stand up, yo felUws that want
"us chaps" to vote for yon now for U.
S. S. Let's see how yon all le-ok. though
it isn't goed leeks that wins in this
Ocn term "Ku Klux" is said to come
fcerJ'iLtuked Klaws," a popular old
Welch name for the devil OJd Crook
ed Claws, which soon became shorten
ed and corrupted t "Ku Klux."
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Wade Hampton thinks the demo
cratic party should not disband just
yet. We all know Wade's address,
and if w hear any news of the demo
crats eoen we'll send him a paper.
"We shall send this week and next,
statements ef account to all subscrib
ers a year or over in arrears, a. id shall
be pleased to have them settled up be
fore the 5rst of January, in order to
Hrevent further proceeding.
.. ..1oy.vNa.VCK haa declared tlia othee-
.Siate Auditor vacant, and appoint
,..;, ,:e Hon. Jul. Waliichs, auditor elee',
fill the remainder of Auditor Leidt
c"s unexpired torm. The evidence of
Auditor Leidike's depart in for pari
unknown eetm to be cotichui ve.
Tiieke wert but few letter men in
the hist Male Senate thai Hon. Orlan
do Tefft, of Cass cwiinty, aud the re
publicans of that county, nt slew to
' discrtfer such facts, have returned him
to work and labor again in their inter
ests. We would v.iV for him, tmrsplf,
had we the chance. lJeatriee Courier.
- The New York Sun s;ijs that the
prospect of the tinuocratic party in
the State ol New York "is a good deal
like driving a pair of black horses in
"a night so dark you cannot see your
hand before you." That's because
they tcek too much Sun-light before
election. It bliuiled m.
Tie wonderful excursions from the
east ever the C. B. & Q and 15. & M.
R. R. the past week have filled the pa
pers and been the talk of a countrv
Mr. Brown, of the C. B. & Q , informs"
"""uslbai 0,01)0 people have been sent in
to the etate the past ten days by means
of these excursion rates, many ot
whoiB no doubt, will become perma
Very many of our exchanges hav
mentioned the name of R.-B. Windham
foi speaker of ttie nous. We have
noticed the names of lie candidates
"r!-thjs office e aewhere. but we wish j
to e-vpres3van opinion more fully on
Mr. Windham's case, which is to the
effect that we hope an earnest effort
will be made to jjaiti for him and for
--the county this position. He should
bo qualified for the task by experience
ia the House; is one of the few o!i
members returned this winter, and we
always believed waa partly choked off
arid beaten out of it before by pure
Cass county cussedness.
Tke Chinese Letter.
Is now known the world over as a
base, vulgar forgery. I'hilp is bound
over and under bail. Two witntsses,
Lindsay and S. H. Morey, have been
'arrested for perjury, and confessed.
Tae whole fabric fails to the ground.
the democratic central cotumitte are
; likely ' to gut into tiht quarters
4 through their complicity with tb
fraud. Thus is the last eed of the
democracy worse than tlie first, and aii
their lies were cieated for naught.
- A Good Statement.
The national republican committee
present the following short address,
admirable for its brevity aiid com
pleteness in summing up the situation :
Garfield and Arthur have received
213 electoral vol, and will be inau
gurated president and vice-president
Alarch 4th, 1SS1.
The actual result in New Jersey,
California and Nevada is so close that
it cauuot b ascertained until tha offi
cial count is maile, but we h ive reason
to believe that at least one, and per
" Vapitwe, of those states have given
tbeirilect'oral voto to our candidates.
, " The. popular majority for G.uOVhl
i and Arthur wilt not fail short of 120,-
600 in northern states.
The uiajyiiiy of Gfi!. Hancock in
tho northern states will hardly reach
If the republicans of theaeuih had
been permitted to vote as they wished
nud had "their votes counted as the)
were cast," at least six of those sta es
would have recorded majorities rani;
:ns from 5.009 to 40.000 fo ur tickt-t.
The majorities, therefore, claimed
.by our adversaries in the southern
states we resrard as unworthy ot ciui-
sidarutiou. We have caniml tlte lrir
isiature of everv northern s"ate "xept
Nevada, where a straiirht-out deuio-
crat will bo elected u succeed Mr
s After the 4tb of Match noxt the
lyititea Mates s?nate will staml ro-
. publicans, U7 democrats, and two Imle
pendents. Two southern stat3 gsvetj to the
democrats in the above .estimate
yet to elect senators and it is no? nn
likoly that ve shall socuro one of
In the lower House of Congress we
have net less than 12 majority.
. No oOico of the present congress can
(tetiuco or imperil this majority except
V a revolutionary act. Garfield and
c Arthur have been elected by unparal
filled popular majorities iu that portion
' the country wuore the risfht of ev-
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thi? cii'n 's recnjfiui-u i
votw as lie
jases ana navo ms
TMa rosiilf in tho inta-liffPnt ana
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fxeoi nortli is a chas and loud answer
! to tt3e"Tndcent manner in winch ur
adversaria have wa?d the whole r
u vr rnT?sirr nec.
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Factoryville, Nov. 15, 80
Timei are good down in this part of
tbe county. Farmers are getting a
good price for thoir produce, and they
have plenty for market purposes. The
new mill is in full blast, idr. Ranging
ia the bo;is miller, he runs night and
day in order to eupply his many cus
tomers; although he is a strong demo
crat lie makes good republican flour.
Mr. Foster is building a new Presby
terian church, which will soon be tin
ished. Mr. Foster is one of the best
mechanics in the county, and turns
out his word so that it gives satisfac
tion to his employer, and is a credit to
himself. Blacksmithing is increasing
so rapidly that Loughgride and Foster
are about building a new shop 60 feet
long by 20 feet wide", where ail kinds
of farming implements will be manu
factured and repaired. Please excuse
my short letter for the present, and I
will try and do better the next time.
Yours truly, A Subscriber.
V Luella Noes.
Luella, Nov. 12th, 1880.
Ed. Herald: It thuudered all
aloug the old line. Uie 3d ihst and -we
still Ucar the echo, as it reverberates
frorj the Atlantic to the Pacific, thro'
the press of the coaatry. When the
loyal north was called upoa to sup
port tho principles of Lincoln and Mor
ton, against those for which Lee and
Jacksou battled, they voted as they
lougut, aim aitiiougn luis last victory
was a oioouiess oue, it was none the
less grand and far reaching in its con
sequences. We were glad to see old
Caas come out of thr contlict with an
unbroken front, and electing amon
its legislators three stalwart farmers
to represent tho producers ia our lee
isialure, where, in our hurubit: uniiiiou,
the people of this county and the state
have a battie to tight, against us dan
gerous an .enemy as the followers of
L; e and Jackson. Public sentiment
is getting strong against the extortion
ate demands and unjust discrimina
tions oi n. it. monopoly. 1 lie ques
tion ot regulating the Charges of
corporations and making them uniform
ty law, as demanded by Sec." 7, Art. 12
ot our state constitution, is one that
will be brought to the fiunt at the
next session of our legislature. The
senator and representatives from Cass
go to Lincoln to represent the voters
f the county, a majority of win m are
farmers. In as much as there was no
expression takeu on this subject at
our conventions, the question is what
are the wishes of the voters in regard
to this quesiion. How are they to
know that a sufficient number of their
constituents are in favor of such lg
islation to warrant them in taking an
active start in securing the enactment
of such law-.. We would respectfully
suugest tho calling of a convention of
the producers and shippers of the
county for the purpose of discussing
and answering these questions in a
in. inner go plain that our representa
tives cannot mistake the meaning, and
then hold them to a strict account for
their actions. It is slurringly said that
farmers are such fools thai they can
not unite even in their own inteiests.
In some portions of the west they havr
fiven t lie lie to this slur, and wo ven
ture the assertion that the farmers of
Cass comity are as intelligent ami well
informed as their brethren elsewhere,
and think enough of them would be
willing to spend one day, in attending
such a convention, to yet an express
ion on the subject, and to effect a per
manent organization for the protec
tion of their interests. We earnestly
request the opinion ,-,f our brother
farmers in l he count y. and any sug
gestion I hat may occur to them about
time, place, ttc. Adirondack.
Three iirores Notes.
Three Groves, Nov. 15, 'SO.
Ed. Herald: Sorry that I have
neglected lo lurnish you t'ie Three
-ruf?? items fvr some time; but now
as election is over, and as ye editor
uas enlargod the Herald to a nine
column paper, and will have more
room and lime for "seltiu" up our let
ters, I will try to he more regular in
wining up thr news that may happeu
nam time to time in our neighbor
hood. ilie result of the election with the
republicans is just about what tlioy
expected, and tliey leel jubilant over
it. The democrats feel them
selves pretty badly scooped. If Jack
Graves had beaten Mr. Archer for as
sessor the republicans would have had
a complete victory in tli's precinct.
Ve suggest that they had better run
Alike lor president next timt don't
ou think il would be a goo-1 idea, Ir.
Editor? Owing to tho disagreeable
v ea; her and a wet fall corn husking
is progressing very slowly. Coiu is
very good generally, but not as dry for
cribbing as il usually is at this time
of year. Threshing of small grain is
nearly completed. The average per
acre and ihe quality good. -Mrs. I. E.
AlclJroom. of Denver, and a sister-in-law
of .Mrs. Lewis II. Young, arrived
uerc on Thursday last via Glen wood,
Iowa, where she has been visiting
friends foa a month, sihe leaves here
tor her western home on Thursday of
ihis week. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Young
will accompany her as far as Omaha.
Mr. Jehu Lewis and sis:er,!of Oregon
City, Mo., came up on a visit a tew
days ago. I hey return home today.
Mrs. W. . Wiley arrived Ir mi Colo
rado two weeks ago last Thursday.
Miss Il.itlie rJlingion, of Rock Bluffs,
made a short visit in our neighbor
hood last week. Dr. Reed, of Peru,
made a pleasant cail one day last week.
J. 1. Graham, frwm ii;u Turlington,
Iowa, came on Wednesday; Mr. Gra
ham is engaged in mercantile business
there, and says it beats farming all
hollow. The fall term of the Rock
Creek school, conducted by Miss Etta
Patterson, closed on Saturday last.
We are informed that Mr. Jack Graves
will continue the school there this
winter alter two weeks vacation. Rev.
H. A. Ewell preached at the br:ck
school houso Sunday. He will hold
services theio every two wetks at 3 p.
ni., also on Rock Creek at .jarly candle
lighting Prank Carroll moved up
from Neb. City last week. A party of
young folks from this vicinity made
a call at Rock Bluffs m: Friday even
ing last. I'he horses aiwuud the neigh
boi hood and vicinity ar all getting
the epizootic, but it seems to he o! a
mild form. In addition to what the
Herald stated last week in regard to
the death of Mrs. J. II. Allison, we
would sav that the funeral services
were held at the family residence on
Saruruav. Oct. SO h. at 2 p. m , Rev. II.
A. Ewell conducting the same, preach
ing to a very attentive and. once of
fi ieutls and relatives. She leaves many
relatives to mourn her uid iin-ly death.
Her remains wer buried at the Three
Groves cemetery at 3 p. in.
Hew Uaj JIarliles are Kad?,
Al'.'.-t all the 'marbles"' with
wh'ch bovs every where aiiiii-e tlnni
sci v.'s in se-ini an 1 out of season, on
f:d:-Wi: k-i :ilid ill sb.'.d y Ppots. Oft;
111 'e at O crstein, Germany. Tiicrfr
are Inr-.-.e n ;a:e ipiarrics and mills in
that, la- uidn.i l.ood. and 1 he refuse i
turned ti ".lod account in providing
ti e suiall 'st:.nc bfilis for experts to
"knuckle" with. Tbe :on-2 is broken
into s'f.a t i-'.ibes. by blows of alight
li iiniuer. These small bh eks of stone
are thrown by the shovelful into the
h:ticr of a sn ail mid, formed of a
be.l-'.oi e, having its sua fare prooveil
with coii'-eni rato furrows; above this
is the "runner," which is of sonic hard
Wood, Iiaviiiija level face on its lower
surfire. The npjier block is made to
n-voivc rapidly, water lieing delivereil
upon the urooves of tho bedstone
where the m ubies are l.einj rounded.
It takes about li 1 teen minutes to finish
half a bushel ot ood marbles, ready
for the bovi. knuckles. One mill will
turn out 1G9.000 marbles per week.
The very lur-iest "crackers,"' as tho
boys call them, are made by a slower,
process, soincwoct analogous, Lower-.
Cr, tc tho ii.uer.
1 . )
r; w iiii
i .1 M Thurrton... J
; .lame, l.ainl ...
James E. Hoyrt.. j
jt Vic or Vif'tiiiiin. I
J'.racli I lliuniitn
ij 11 Cass
't ;- Waikin, ...
i W W Connor.... !
Mmbrr of Cowjren . .
; K K Valentine..
: James K North..
;t Alleu Root
Member Coinrest Cnnt'u't T J .Majors
. : AlbiiiiiH Nance..
T W Tipton
. EC Cams
J Petor LaiislL.. .
j S J Alexander..
Secretary of Stall
t iw Johnson
; BF Alleu
AudiUir Public Aeeauulx.
jt DC J'atteiton . I
i Jaluex R Cajpy. . j
. ! M F.artlett ... ,
' FrnK Ko!d ...
i A V llfrrnaa.. . j
. ' C J Dilwnrtti ... !
: ;( e I'li.-ii.-u. . i
X Ju0,;e M Warren
C"m'r Public Lan'U and Kpndall
Iiuildinys tKII An ii us. .
State .Styj't Pub. ,'..
IHtrict Attorney 2i Dht.
Ilcprexentiitirc Uth Out..
W W W Jones..
;t Alex Hear
J lr. M.iiisilfl.i....
j J C Watou
i Jon H McKinnon'
It J K Hull . . i
! Orlando TefTt....
; Frank E White.. :
J J J Roberts
' II n Wimlhem...
; .lamca Hall.. .. I
! Menrv 11 Knot. .. i
W S W ilcm-Kson
It Wm II .Smith j
I? II II Woods !
;J Noah l'leiiii:ioii :
il 1' Eidmaiiu
County Cum m isti-nwr.
W W Clark
i Owen Marshall. .
Kepublicmis ; t Democrats ; Creeti'ouckeii'
Court opaned Tues'luy nitli the usu
al cprenionirs, Jiuige Pound and Court
Reporter Mullen on lirrnd promptly ly
the early morning train.
A smart sprinkling of lawyors from
broil iter hari'. and a full bar of
our hm pleaders. TUe casas dispos
! af up to noon yasttrriay wer as fol
lows: Ilolownll vs Young settled.
Waterina vs Dai aell, ju Istuen t fer
plaintiff of 341.12.
DifTenbaoker vs Cutforth, judjiment
Tf ard vs Btliee, docree setting aside
tax deed upon payment of $410.40 by
rjwark vs Merriain, same as abuve on
18ois at al vs Cornell, disiuiised t
ailierwoo 1 vs Gygar, foreflsuro and
order of sale.
I'ai inele vs Doi rintJton. same.
Parmele vs Wood et al, same.
Maxwell vs Hall et al, judgment and
order of sale for $250.39.
Dean vs Xewsum et al. fo.?clMure
and order of sale.
Dow vs Dow, divorce.
Estate- of Minnie Adams, decrta
granted to sell real estate.
The- criminal cases ara yet to foliow,
and soma important civil cases which
we will give next week
The juries are as follows:
John R. B'nd D. N. Ajiplegate
Wesley Dird W. 15. Davis
Wra. O. Guliion J. A. Currant
J. Ij. Hutchins
G. F. Hol.bs
W. J. Lynch
C. J. Horninc
Wm. H. Tucker
Andrew Shornian Isaac .Stradley
J. G. Ritchie
K. M. Creamer
J. T. Miils
G. W. Lacey
siam 'I Craij
W. ll. Arnold
I J. Thomas
E. S. Gilbert
S. C. Patterson
The ilipi-opotaiaus at Home.
Kinawcie, the canoe paddlcr (says
Mr. ."st;m'.ey), e-pyinr us from his
brake covert on me vposite side, civ
illy respon ed to our ha 1 loos, and
broii..lu bis lnme hollowed tree sk.il
l'nily over the whiriiu eddies of tho
river to where we stood waiting for
1 111. While "one party loaded tho
canoe wiih other goods, others got
ready a lonr rope t fasten around tlie
aniiuMls' neck-, wherewkh to haul
them through the river to the other
bank. After seeing the work properly
commenced, I bat down on a condemn
ed canoe to amuse myself with the
hippopotami by peppering tbeir thick
bkulis with my No. 12 smoothbore.
The Winchester rille (calibre 41) did
110 more than slightlv tap them, caus
ing about as much injury as a boy's
sling; it was perfect in iisacctiracv of
lire, lor teu times in succession I struck
the tops ot their heads Let ween the
ears. One old fellow, with the look
of nsa.e, was tapped close to the right
ear with one of lh.-se bullets. Instead
of submerging himself, as others had
done, he coolly turned around as if to
ask: "Why this waste of valuable
cartridges on us?' The response to
the lniite inquiry of h.ssageship was
an oun. e-aud-a-ipiarter bullet from
the smoothbore, which m ule him bel
low with pain, an I in a few moments
he rose up u'iin tumbling in hisdeath
agon.es. A his groans were so pite-011-,
1 refrained lrom a Useless sacrifice
of liie, aiut icil the amphibious liordo
in peace. A iiille knowledge coiiccrn
tng these uncouth inmates of the Afri
can waters was gained even during
the lew minutes we were ot the ferry.
When un ii-iurbcd by foreign sounds,
they eougrcgattt iu shallow water 011
the saua bars, with the fore half of
their oodics ex posed to the warm sim
bluue, and are iu appearance, when
thus somnolently reposing, very like
a herd of enormous swine. When
startled by the noise of an intruder,
they plunge hastily into the depths,
lashing ti.e waters Into a yellowish
foam, and scatter themselves below
the surface, when presently the heads
of a few re-appear, snorting the water
from their nostrils, to lake a fresh
breath and a cautious scrutiny around
them; wlieii thus, wo see but their
cars, forehead, eyes, and nostrils, and
as they hastily submerge again it re
quires a steady wrist and a quick Laud,
to shoot them. 1 have heard several
comparisons made of their appearances
while floating iu this manner; eoino
Arabs told me before 1 had seen them
that they look.iu like deal tree3 .car
ried down the river; others, who in
sonic country had seen hogs, thought
tiicy resembled them ; but to my mind
they look more like horses wnen
swimming their curved lacks and
pointe.t cars, ihcirwide eyes, and cx
pamieit nostrils, f.tVor greatly";,. Lis
coninni ison. - -. j
OF THE YOTE OP CASS COUNTY, POLLED NOYEMBiitt 2, 1SS0
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li::i,-i .! 1
ii-.ir io M.
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and ji: 1 1 ; . i !-i ' f 1 e.
A- c!i M ; di-covored. that
ox l'lion ha- iio direct, influence upon
f nn-.'ii:ai!ou. When pota-s-ium-liy-tlroocn
tarnaic was adtlc 1 to a stron?
syrup coi!l,i!uiii2f ycal, the cells of
tiic yeat yrow r.iiid!y and t lie for
liiciitation was easily accomplished.
Piccipita'.c.l i!ica atiract.s and fixes
niiiliuc color-, turkey red much better
on fabric than .silicons iiit'usoial earth,
but, argues a writer in Reiiuann's
l'in 'i,;r Z- ilxng, in oppo.-itiou to E11
2c, 1 i.e-c properties of eiiicia ciitinot
l.'C due !o cajnllarity, bec:ui-e, of tlie
two substp.uo's, the iniiisorial earth
can only l; aid to pusses capillarity.
(iamhoge is the hai(V.:ii( d juice of a
tree very common in Siam, Cochin
China and Ceylon. The trees are tap
ped and ihcsipor juice is caught in
cocoauut shells and put into la rife
earilici! vcs-els to thicken. Kci'oie it
i- iiard il is pi.nrcd into hollow join's
of b un inn , w iicre i t hardens in 10 round
slick-, tiiuagli it is M'iiR-liiiii's made in
other shapes, 'llu; hi -t L(.i;iiljoe i- of
orange color, dark yellow when dry,
but pro itie,n -i bright yellow when
rubj'.'d in water. It is used in medi
cine and as a p:iin:. 'l ie; word : 1 1 i 1
bore or cauibcire c .lues from C.iin'io
tlia, the name of tlie country from
whence it was first brought.
In a piper 011 the earth 'as a conduc
tor of cie. irlciiy, Prof. Trowbi ; lire,
or ILsrvaul, arrives at the-e conciii-sion-:
1. Di-turhaiicc-in tele; honio
cir.ti'.is n-iially at! ributfil to eilccts
of iiidtiet ion are in general rule duo to
contiguous groundsill" b it lory cit-juiis.
A return viire is tiie only way to ob
viate the-o ilistitrhances.- 2. Tin; woll
line.i cipiipoiiaitial suil't'CS in the
iieihb,riiood if ba:te;y oroiuuls
tliows 1 iio liieoritical po-nibiliiy of
leie.2raplt.11jf across liifo boilies of
Wilier without the employment of a
cable; and leals us to extend grcatly
tlie practical iimil set. by .eiuiic il. o.
Eanh circuits have an inieriiiittent
ciitirai-ier, willi periods of maxima
and in.iiimii, which may occur .several
1 hue-a minute during the day. This
iiiiei 111 i t ten! character isi-eidom aliseni.
Ii.r.l lliyleigh luisiU-;
for iieiii"iistr .tiii2" that
caii be forme I by coin, i
bine, lie ni'iM's u ted
eiiioni ite of pola-h wish
tiou ot liinuis, :ind, on hi
1,112: red and
si !u lion of
a. blue -olti-i:ii:f
it into a
gi.i.-s c ll ol a certain t
i; -ill l raii-mii led thritii:
: it it .seems to
bevcii '.v. Pla e of gt.t-s coated with
j.ela'iine inipregu iic 1 with chroinatc
ot potash, plicid t-i.te by side witii
plates coated wiih gelatine iiiipicg
natcd with litmus, aiso iransui.t yel
low light, loid Kiyieih lind-, how
ever, ilia t the eyes of different persons
vary coiisidcrabiy in their power of
ajipicci.it. ng ti-e tinge of the trans
mitted eiloW ; but tnis has nothing
toilowith color-blin.tne.-s, since ail
the persons tested cotil I distinguish, at
once the coinponcnls with accuracy.
Two new preservative wrapping-papers
1. axe been recently brought out,
oir) de-igncd lor unit ami one for
furs, doth-, etc. The first is made by
dipping a soft tissiie-puper in a bath
ot salycilic acid and hanging it in the
air to'dry. The bath snotiSd be made
from a strong ulcholic solution of sal
ycilic acid, diluted with as much wa
ter as it will bear without precipita
tion. The apples', oranges, or other
fruit may bo wrapped in the paper
before packing, and when the fruit
reaches its market the paper can be re
moved and iiacd ngain. A inaiiilla
wrajiping-jnipcr may he prepared for
resisting lno.hs and mildew by dip
ping it hi a prepared bath, squeezing
it and drying it over hot rollers. This
bath is made by mixing seventy parts
of the oil 11 moved by the distillation
of coal tar naphtha, live parts of crudo
carbolic acid containing at least 50 per
cent of phi noia, twenty parts of thin
coal tar at 10 ) dcg. t'ahr., and five
parts of rc lined poi-olcum.
&iiiu)iifi.ct Jii itJic(t)i: Eihvai'dAt
ka.soi:, linn wiioiii no man is more
able toexjirtss an opinion, say a that
vedoiiot begin as yet to appreciate the
magnitude of the wealth to be reaped
from coiton culture in this country,
lie says the present crop of cotton
will be 2oier cent larger than that
ever raisid by slaves, tliat is, it will
exceed G'joo ijuo bales. It it be of that
aiiu. tint, it will produce o,uoo,ooo tons
of cotton scul, besides seed tor planting,
w Inch will y iclil tM.i,CHjy,btO gals, ol ofi,
1,3'jU,0O0 tons oi cii' cake, ain't 1,60'OjUyy
tons of hiil.s'siiiiabie for n aUnig j.a
pcr. iiach ion oi 0.1 teed 111. :al will
Keep live shecji six months. Tl.usihe
coiiou seed cicp will support uti.li'ais
of hliiep r.i.d ixlnin 10 t .e i.o.d ii.c
teriil.Z'.-r i:ee..tvi to grow more cotiun.
lie fiaahcr s.iyn 11. al the pi e cut cot
ton antai oi i.c r- . 1. 1 : 1 c.Mi 1 ?s
"JiftU - 1 t-r -. I of li.-j iiii.i ..-.io.i ;
uica 11. ii U . i.-.
As a r.--tilt 1' : h n
c. vet ic.s in N'-i'i in a-ie
out gold di--11
:!.eins ir. qucnt qucsi ion 111 the me
tropi.iis now is: "How does your gold
lniue pan out'r"
lloberts B.-oihcrs, t :e publishers oi
Jean Iugolow's poems in this country,
say that they luive paid her $13,000 i'u
George Eiiot, befoic'shc was mar
ried to Mr. Cross, rid herself of every
scmp of clothing nud ornameut that
be.onged to her lite wuh her first Lus-
ll.lllil. I.tlWI'S. -
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Total Vote of County, :c70
A ili Success.
"My wife had been ailinir a
lime wilit dyspepsia and nervousness
and was in bed two years with a com
plication of Uis.ordets htr phvsicians
eoiihi not cure, when I was led by
rending a circular left nt niv door to
try Parker's Ginger Tonic." Having
been so often deceived by worthless
mixtures, nothing but my "wife's dan
gerous condition could have led us to
make nay more experiments. But it
was a big success. Three bottles cured
her, at a cost of a dollar and fifty cents
and she is now as strong ;is any
woman, and regularly does her house
hold duties. :. I).. Buffalo. See an
other column. 34 1 1
Sheep in Hie Orckar.l.
The practice of keeping -been in the
apple-orchard from t'.i'; time the fruit
begins fo fall till the approach of col 1
weather, is gaining favor wherever it
has 1 ecu in: rod need. Most orchard
isis reci'inincn'1 Pre ling an orchard to
crass as soon as the trees a re stiflioient
Iy large to produce a fair crop of fruit.
In fact it is difiii-iilt to cultivate the
soil afier this period without doing
more harm than good to the trees.
Constant plowing is likely to rc-ult
in barking the tiuiiks of the trees, in
breaking limbs that are near the
groun I and in iiijiuing tho roots that
are near the surface. No crop of any
considerable value can be rai e l after
the trees are large enough to sha do
most of the laud. It is' difficult to
gather apples iu an orchard where the
ground between tho trees lias been re
Apples are most ea-iiy harve-led in
an orchard where the surface of the
ground is covered wiih short, soft
grass. It U difficult to mow thegras
in the orchard cither with a machine,
or a hand-evthe. If a isia-hine isused
it is likely to be injure! '. The ri-s
that grows in an rchard is wauled as
a fertiliz'-r for the trees, and s'n. uld be
employed for that 1 urp.:.-e. I!y keep
ing sin ep in an 1
.hard I !.e grass will
l-e kept short, and nearly. ill the weeds
and suckers de-tr.-yed. Mieep will
poine.imes eit the bark of lives if
there is a scarcity of food and water,
but this habit may be prevent' id by
occasionally smearing the trunks of
tho trees with some sub-lnucc that
will render the hark distasteful.
Sheep will keep the grass in an or
chard short, and cause it to become
thick and soft, sf that apples falling
upon it at harvcU-time will not be
B- l.cejiiug s'leej) in an orchard the
fertility of the soil is insured, and the
trees kept in a thrifty stale. If not
more than ten sheep aie kcjit on each
acre in trees, the gra?s and the apples
that fell iu consequence of being bit
ten by iu'eeis, or on account of the
winds, will furnish them .a sufficient
supply of food. The number of sheeji
mac in! increa-ed to supplying some
grain which may be fed out in long
boxes raised a short distance from the
ground or phua d direcll -on the grass.
A daily ration of grain v.id io very hen
eticial to sheeji that arc eating succu
lent food as grass that grow s iu the
sh.ide an 1 jui-'v apple--, as it supplies
the clemenis of l'oid ti.al are lacking
in these substances. Intact there can
be no bei ter variety presented than
grass, apples, and corn or oals.
By iccdingconsSd.'i-Ahle grain large
number of sheeji m ty be kejit in an
on-hard with the greatest advantage
both to the animals and trees. Tne
111. mute of sheeji is iet only very rich
iu fertilizing ma'tcrial-, but it is well
distributed. Tiie prc-cuce of tlicdroi
jiings of sheep under trees where fruit
is to lie gatheied is not objectionable
as is that of the droppings of cuttle
and horses. When sheep are kejit iu
orchards pains should be 1 iken to siiji
jdy them with salt and water. If
1 here i- no water 011 -the ground, and
ti.ero is none in the majority of ca-cs,
ike sheep tho'.ild be let out at least
once a day and allowed to go to a
spring, stream, or well. If they are
Icil grain on their return from water
ing they will require 110 driving.
Siieei") are of great advantage to an
orchard in destroying the codling
moth, which is ai present the worst
pest of the fijip'e. A large portion of
the apple-that fall lrom the lime they
lir-t set till they get rijc contain
worms which are tlie cause of their
becoming detached from the tree.
fcjheep eat all those ajqdcs and thereby
prevent a new brood of moths from
re tut nil g lo the tree-. It is true that
all ti.e iti'i.dcs thai con riin worms do
iu o.to.c iliey
in oil the ti ec i
re gathered and
r-'-lil' sltecji. w h
a 10 rijie. Many
ni harvest liii.c
taken to tlie cel
cu tl.ey Lave the
ej ti e moths iu
j run of
li orchard, k'
At a wedding which took plac ni
Port Byron, N. Y., recently the i r d
was 81 years old and the groom wa li'
An interesting colored person, whe
in his early youth held (Jen. Jackson's
stirrup. -till lives t Xa-hville. Ik
was President Polk's cotcumau, and
Lis nume is Elias Pu!k.
""aii!erV S:'.fc Kituiey and Liver
Cure h.-ij rejieheil a reputation that 13
nut limiteil hyjhe c.H'fiues of section
or rmiutry. There iir no ir.jurious
suhstar.ci si nor f.iise or temporary
sf iunil.iitis in the preparation. It is
purely vegetable, and compounded un
der a fwrruiila that iiad pulsed severe
tesl3. ami ' wnn enilursenieiits from
s in e uf the hiehest medical tulent J..
the country. Xew York "World. 84tlg
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Native Cattle 3 PO-p.'i &
Hdtfs 4 CO
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Nhw York. Nov. 17. issn. :
Money 1 t,gi51 (.'?.
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M vuif.n tnr.-rs .if
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Sl'lfiul r.HANHS MiJ stsc of ClflA Its um.Ii. to
order, mid snl isfuclioii .iu!t:ielfi it. Ciar
c'ippi:iKs ol 1 for snuikii.g tla''' .
Mai': Street, fine d.or .esi of .1. S. Duke's stere
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J. G- CHAMBERS,
Maiiiil;iL,iiii',i 't jn.l Hoi.lt 1 i:;
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ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done with Neatness"! Dispatch.
lie only piiire in town wlii rc" "Turli-v's pat
flit self a (ljusliiMe iiorsc ei!i;:i:oe Milt."
nSTEW GOO DS ! !
BAKERS A LVD CONFECTIO.XERS.
At O. I'utlunuK'.s t.iu stri-.
A FI LL I.INi: i)F
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
nt.w a:-i fi:!:-:.1!.
of every descrtptinn.
Choice iw.il Fancv CaiiiUes
and all kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of ihe beat bra nils.
CHRISTMAS Tny.s, rf-e., L
in cruiless fjn.-ptitn-s.
Fresli Hreni? Dally.
Don't fail t Pall.
88!v J. HOX & SON, Pr.'.p :-.
Hardware, Ctitlerj, Ifiils,
Ir, Wastn SU.
STOVES ;ui TIN-WARE,
Iron, Wod Stock, Pumps,
FIELD C- OA I! DEN EE7s. ROPE,
AND AI.. KypS OF SHEET
IROy VUfiK, Kept in Stork.
Making and ElpHf rii;?,
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All Work Wurrtniteil.
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Shop over tho 15rick r.in k next tt
PI.ATTSMOITII. - 4!y - - NKti.
"ity t?j? ss
K"'--f ft 14 'fi$&mmm fir re1
pR-J.A. 1-HKKMAX AXfiTIlE 0 i.V Dtl.
fj 11, ymirs cr tvure for lus .ii. t i f ;:l :n-t iit I
1 njiiiv lrurs li.tlict. h:h ! M':s;.!.'.t ut '
;ill-r th;.t :il his Nw York ofli-f.- l!i.- i M
St. I ..n; ofiioe. vviii.-s: -llavi.-; r.,i;i y.nc i
uiv.i, I li.ivc siiKi-ii lustily ! its nirnis an-!
ITi- 1 I." i !....... . - . . I - . -;
Ir. Slieriiiuii is t tie iisi ccrri of I lie mi i
" mini is jifr v l,o h;;s Jtnul r.rr, mi 111 utter lnv in situ iffi-m 1 tip ni:c. -ifi-ii-r it . fur v -ery
man wl'.i li:;-; ilioii fi..i:i it lit-11 .tiei.il li iiis-if lliat 11 :is1i;it a I f : : 1 ; 1 1 ;i:!i,n-i.r : a';. I
pi v iiiMii i1 lis row .sii!!i-i Iio:,, i: ;;!:! 1 '; iiiiiirv "f t ni-si-, w -cKi jm vav.-i 'nitt life ii;. i.-
ri:jomei.t. !! ft;. 1.! -it i; a tu.frtliy ; -i-.l Mi.-itt-.). I! 1- ii"i a ,:. !--ni! r'i -110:1 ;
it is so-sittity fi n;ii-5-ivc. ncn in.; ilfM ti. u'vl li. is v. :-. . ;t:i. t t t:i h-.-.-.'-s ;ry lri to l-c
I'll ret nail'. !!:'. Ptl i! it he:-!!' ! h? i!:y nf .:;T 'i-(i :r 1 1 mi 1 nr-i ti :i-i ii i .11.
l';:!ier,M fielii Kt-l n:.4 can r'.-H.e i 1 I :'.i'l t ;i-ri r. r-tr Irmc s -n- l iy. t"!i iiv: Irpai-liif-nt
any kitnl ot aetne- xTeise ..r l.ittor .: he ;i rrf u 11 ! ii 1 1! i 1 . :, -V 1 - ii .1 ; - r-.i ;;
i.i:t. ttml i!li st,. v fr.ini the Jankers st r . '. '! Cf.l K I tc -.. e III s iii,! US Ji , ' 1 l !. j.;
Kives ttm ino-t reiial.li-j 1 1. fit-n; tii-.i i,i:iiin-il p ri-f'-.tsim,:.! ,;-!.! :ei;.-:i .-i.-r.-viiieu .-ml
inei-elianls f his iie-es f n r i a i-l leini' -irit v 1 Herefrom t i ' ei nm tl:i- liiiii'y a ml
the Wet Iiulii s. Tke -utile. -1 r.u'.l i nl'ir ami hu'urin tiieni.. ivi
. It it lltc-t rt.teit villi jl,o! 1 -!:ie kkrne" 'S of ext ivil e! v I ;i . t wv ki-Im :;:-,ct .i.r;i r i '.ir.
uni! iiiiiilnl tc t!io-e v. Iio semi lOeeuts.
2il Broa4najt t-rnrr Mu;ra street, Nmt Vr, a--i fi sr -: i. Boston.
f,f ware f ccrtaiu c-nfldi;uc ni-11 n-i-l in'!-''l' " '1 1 r ..u .e' , .1- I) r. n- r-nau. 1'.
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