The Elyria Democrat from Elyria, Ohio on June 22, 1870 · Page 5
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LOKAIN COKSTITUTINALIST W I'CBUSHBt) 1VEDWESDAY OP EACH WEEK, " I I V -J A M K S K. NEWCOJUKK, Ely's ttlvck, Jloom .Vo. i). in T K K M S : coiy,' ono yi'ar, J-1 (») I H) INV.UIIAIII.Y is AIIVANIM:. Vllliiire ctiWrlbvr* wlu» rwlvu Ilii'lr |n|i'ii liy lio tNirrlvr will bo clinrKod twenty-live cviiti a yriir n addition to (ho above rali-t. An t-vtrn copv will tic will to any emn who « 111 i t u d VH n cliul of six subaci'lboii \\llli $1!!. .AdTortl-U'iiu'nn will I"' in-ill Iy nlld ati«|liMiiis- }y iiKi'i-U'd uii ri'aioniililu IIMIIH. ciwimi'H copii". of llio paper « 111 l«- iciil fi-i'c. AIVl-:UTISIXi; UAT1-.S: 1 hull ·i ·· s " Tw.'i t i!i'.Mr ,l* v ssi i) i.i o I" -. w 3 CO] -I Mil 7 00 10 (XI ? ·»' -I W} li IX)! S IH)! Ill 00 :i ml r. u)- s oo \t w. is oo s' ---;.---· | s o u ' i o o o is «! so no! ;io w\ II ID uu, so ixi IB w^3MX,__M) uo JS" I.KOAL--*l KM- VMVIIIIO flu- flrtt lii-.i' bt-fiiN IRT iiitum- lor r.ii'li nddltlimal ln«i-rl fil-V' I.OCAL SOTICK- 1 -- 'IVll I'l'llU pl'l'lllll'. (tn~ LOOM. KBITOMI vi--Flttcenci-iiK IK- V t UtflJ S TO " M) 1'i W If. (W 18 W 00 (XI UU ·M ' " Hi », ^ ' 4 'i pxueutn plain Mn\ ' "'vie, luul atlVii XV u svo. pWp.Wn v. Job Ci-lmins' in tin- iii-nli 1 "! » . ^ tc »- , , , . --*-- ss cAins. X. I.i. Johnson, HAltmVAKR HARBWARK ! J, K. Brooks Go's N llH'pllH'O 10 l)liy Illl kllllU Of rp lion, Cli'i'l, Null', I'uUy, I'uint, Oil, F AIM KItS 1 I M P L K M K K T S , Seyllii'-i, HIIL'-I, Km-!,-,, Miovvl* ami llnkru. Wu piiy «-pii-liil alti-ntlon to WAGON CARRIAGE GOODS Sm-li U-. Thimbu-SKcini, Axh's of :ill Kinds, Sjirlnx-, and all Mllii-r KIHH|S In tliu llardwaro Iliiv. for tlio ·unity TToHNKV A N I ) . Klyrla, Cl'ilo. OBlfi-- Xo. -I Kiy I a peHKl Uurko pr.u-lliv In irls In olilii. »· »· i'«i 1 "''-«-T''- i - Jri-iil HOW SOFTLY ON TH13 BKC1B- EJL) HEAKT. How softly on UHI brulsuil lionrl And to lh» dry mill purohuil soul Tim inolntoiiliiK t( mf J'9P «»lli ; Oh, If llicy know wlip waik llio cnrtli Mill sorrow, KHut' iiml |inlh, TUo IIOWBV n wulxlafkluO'iiMN liuth, 'Twu Tim (vankpii nml (jm imorost miiy Thoaliniilu plUiincc j{lvu, A ml bill ilollKht tu Avlllicml lienrlH Iti'luni iigaln mill live; Oh. whul I s l l f o i r i i i v v l i H u n i r If niiiu's (iiiklnjl tu manor what thu hravcn llinl wall« bcjoml Tills br'ijl and inurlal s|i.uiy As (lui Ktais upon lliu lrnni|itll ton lin mimic, nlory s l i l n u i S«i words o f k l i u l u o i s In ihi liwin Uollui't lliu sutirru illvliu 1 ; Oh; Ihmi tiu klnil,'wlnpc''t«r Uiouart," Thtit lirciitluvs niurtul lirvntli, And II shall brighten all illy lll'c, And hWi'i'lcn f v o n iltintli. C'il" Co 11* '"'d *oe nn. The Lord's Prayer. Tho spirit ol' Iho Lord's J'ruyor Is bountiful. This form of petition breathes-- A.filial «|ilrll-l-'iillitir, A Catholic spirit--Oui 1 Kiillii-r. A mirreii/nUkiilrli--Hallowi'il l i o T h v naino. A mlaimimy -t|li'lt--Tliy kln^'iluin I'lniii-. An obdtirtit .i[ilrl.l--Tliy «-lll be iluuo on unrlli as It I- In In-iivuii. ' , A ih/wiurnir spirit--lilvu ns (his day our dally ".V forgiving s p i r i t -- A n i l ftu-ulvB us onr dvlil.-, ni h" lui-tflvt*u.m-iU-lilori*. '· A^kiiii/iimt s)!i'lt--Ami lend us not, Into tumptu- I 'lit', bill ilellvi-r in from iH-ll. · · .Y'rufi/Mtnfiiri mid inform/; Spirit -- l-'or llilnn Is tliu Miit-doiii, and tliu pn\rcr, and tin- Klury, 1'ui-over. ,r. K. B. co. CLOTHING. ,'V K l v r i a . t w.. \ M i Union Clothing Hal TIU' The two i God, and of tho Lord's pwn:-t ing to the'glory of, attor'io the ^.ft";'"' . * 1 L ,, . . .. e ,\it*. ' t l l l l l f t of the porsOTi.':' pronouns: it'i iiniui* 1«- liallowvit. , Cltarlvs Downing, A. I-:. . M i a t l c , 31. !. H I A N A M ^ ( - ' l l l . l U N (| :'i' i!ili'- -i[ll;-.t"- I. l » i l . i I.I" il Tnlliir, i n . i r k . . Nriv H'IAS? A N D sVlIC , M/A. Al. to 1'J M . mi ,01' Fall ami Winter Goods,' (T'«"«l( M'lll-'.l!, IliM I'liNwn-i ll If* liri.x MOIV. KM l.i. «'. .i. ;..id to i'iil!intl!i:; .in I wl «.'-! of M:r.J- l ' t i i i l « i . l . i r , i t .7. l ] M A(.N I.'I'K' *H and ('liildri'n'.-- li.iinuu in t l w ·I-U- lie-lit* Ult'Kl ";· t-MW'Hlv elioii Xo. ! Urond tiwi. hi: ·'·*. " niu*. l'.r appn :!ii h- i: O A D I H) US I"., ·'.-;· I I K A D V - M A D K ( ' l . O T l U N ' i , til': NT'S. HATS, CAPS; TKUXKS, , I'/i'j \\-\\\ bi'doin-, A.i'. I'sKlviMhlMlh.v "iirilnlly Inui.l. Ih fui-j'lvi' uurdoljCi, Si'. lit li'iwl nut l u l u tciuptatl.in. Cidi'llvcr IVuni m i l . .Mr.TlilCAL VKUs-ldXS. 'J'lui subjoined metrieal version of the Lord's 1'rayi'i- is at least two and u-lmlf cundirios old.uiid was \yrltlen foradop- t n t i o n to mii'iic in public w o r s h i p : our I'lilliiT «lili'li In lii'iivu.i m l , All linllowi-d ln l l i y n a m i ' j Thy IHliK'litin coinO. I'nV.ivtli Ihy will lii'donii. ilvi'ii a* tin 1 Mime in hi'avi'ii K. it IM-us, n Loiil, our dully bivnd l l i l i d . i j : K I I I I I I I'lll niaki' us 1'ivi", The k l u ^ l u m 1 ]in»ur. and (,'lur.v llilno, Itiitli uiw and i-vt-i-lit.-. The following paraphrase, which has been set to music- as a duett, is of more rei'enl origin : inir Ili-avi'idy r.-itlu-r. Iii'itrwir prnji'i-! '1 n\ naiai- In- li.dhnvi'd i-vtM-yivlH-it-: 'I In kin-'iliim i-nino! mi i-iH-lli. Thy « i l l ; K'l'ii a" In In-avi'ii, li'tall I'lilllll; i;lvi- ili!- day'- liruatl lli.it we 11111} li\i{! l-'or^ivo onr *iiis as \ \ u forgive: Ili-lii !!·· temptation to wlMi-.t!iiih l-'i-oin evil hlm-lil in liy Thy litiinl: Xiiw and foi-i'vcrnnlo'l'lii'o, 'I'lii- kingdom, pntt-i-r iind Klory '«'· Atm-ii. Talk About Making- Hay. AT T.1TTLK KAIiLJi (jr. Y. ) F A U M K I I H ' C I . U B . The discussion was opened by Jlon. Harris Lewis, on (ho Biibjoctof cutting and curing hay. Mr. Lewis said that ho had found aftor trial of many years, that to got hay of tho greatest value for milch cows, it should bo cut just as the grass comos i n t o blossom, but if the farmer waits to begin haying until all his grass is in blossom, before his'hay- Ing Reason is throng!:, much of liis'grass will have become so nml tire as to make hay which will b o o f l o s H v a l u o for milch cows than good oat ntrnw. Ho would therefore b'ogin c u t t i n g his grass for making hay, six or olght days before it comes into blossom. Tho earliest pieces should bo cut llrst, and In this way, all (ho hay can bo gathered before any of it becomes hard and mature. Cows fed on hay cut at this stage of its growth aro more healthy than if fed on hay over-ripe. It has heal-producing properties enough to keep Iho coat smooth, and flosh-produeing properties enough to keep the b k i u soi'l and open. Cows glvo nearly twice as much m i l k whon fed on such hay, ns when fed on more mature hay. At this stage of growth, the hay retains all (ho properties necessary to produce milk, that the green grass has. 11 only loses water by iho drying process. This ho had been accustomed to supply by footling roots. His dairy had been made to produce, during the foddering season, by being fed w i t h early cut liny nntl roots, thro.*, pounds of choose a day. liny for horses And other work animals, where muscle producing food is required, should be m l just as tho grass gels orit of blossom. 15ni if allowed to stand u n t i l tho flccd is matured, II becomes woody and u n f i t for.feed.' . , , , , . .. . A n o t h e r reason why hay sboirld be got early, is (he deleterious o/l'ect of l.uto c u t t i n g ' o n - llu; mc.ado\VB. Tf ,lho grass is Allowed to sland u n t i l mature, a drouth (r.'jnivHlialely f o l l o w i n g enttiiift-, "i limes cotrtJilcU'l} 1 ruin (.lie mejul; DOORS, SASH BUND*, ihi-! ' III.OM- ito.nN M i l t l-i- -··!'! M Ihi' J.m.-.l inii il'-i". l l a r l k - i i l a r ! i l U ' i i l i « i n K i - a l U " U » U i " Mlonlcn i MERCHANT TAILORING Mm Sawing and Planin liijiit- un »lnit iM.tlcc. Alt K i n . I- ··( Lumber and Lath - nnili-r tl»- ini In l l i i ' i - " u n l n . HOOTS AND SHOKS. ^'·! ' Jamss A. l . l . N K H U . Elect o, Gold and Silver Plater: K I . Y I I I \ . « . /JUOTH A.\'f JSOOTf) AM) .V//OA-.S.' I'l.vlK-ulnriitli'nllun sl In nil Uavu Its Iji-iiHflK's. In iiddlllon lo (lie ali'iM-, I wlilch t-inilH- inn lod" nearly all k i n d - of Jlnelilm 1 Kcpairlux- IMtnmai"' siilli-ln-il. nii'J , "'"'h,,!:, 1 ."."'' nntei'd. JAMl-.^ A. i l l i- Klyrla, AiiRiiit ill. IW.'. · |H - | . V TT3P A T TIU: K t v . U . ' n Grist Will Feed Store I X K I . Y I M A . I I'TI.I, Iliu- of Sprlnw and Snmmi'r K"odi «'· A ..'.Ivi'daiiddirLrodatas Irnv prlw «- any In "'l-ii'ft'i'i'-iiiiii'atH'iithin pabllo llu niannl'iii'luiv of |-,.,.il-i undMioL". to in-di-r, and warranti'd to x\\\- $1,00 Gaiters and 50c. Slippers. mill-' nibti-riU-ri Imvo .hint i!»'ni'd lln-ii- '»·«' I lirlJk H u n 11 OrM Mill iiml l-Vcd si,,re. oni- ,^rV^V'ro,dlir-«:ar^,K.Mi«P 1 «n i M..I. ; -t ; . ; ,.. Tliov keep I'" 1 ' d'Mii r,i"ti v» * i M J i n » -' i.i^ * In I-:ivria. Ohio, ami w i l l do I I K S I i V '/.. C I I A I ' M A N , .JOHN UIIISOX. Klyi'ia. O., Vnli. I. 1870. near (lie s-tvn M o \ K \ l / ill hi* l.lvoi-y Stalde G t o n n w l i i i""'f ° r Ulll »" l!lwk ' VJcadlneiswltli rlin to convey ary purl of (lie I'Oiinti-y. FlUST-CLASS IMO nt modufati- and livlns i.iloii fiiner.il in'emloii". Heal « w^^^^^^re 1 ^^ 1 ;^'^ imr'm£h!ii. nriil will rnrrv nulm-im'.-* In tin- )·'« 'j rt rk«t ruccntlv omipliMl In- Slmt" * 1 *."TM 1 ''"' ..;\rt (l')or wt)t ol' I'.iililwln. l.iiiiniloH N«!l«mi «. ·i'huy will kc«i nutlilnx Init tlm Ijost quality ol FRKSII AND SALT MEATS, vliU-h tliov wilt wll n t t l i f t lowcit iniii;kct prli A»li.in-of|inlll-l:ili'»»WO I* nolli-llod. Klyrin, April I'.', IMli. Jolm Savage? Huti'livr, nml Dt'ALKR IX FTIESH AND S A I / I LMKATS, Kiwi Side ufl'iilill' 1 «iimi'i'. - r . l . V I I I A . O. I l i 4 o u * t u i n v r inny i-«»t will miiinKl '" K' V r|AltK«iiliii'i'l'ii'i-, :il lil.iMi-iil MiivKcl, iii-\l il'if I, r/lli« li.ikri'j-, ki-ii" i'» ini" 1 ' l l l c l ^'''. v lnl7 i u u l l t v u f * B1S151', MUTTON. J'OKK, \KM. SALT MEATS, c., ithlil. n« will soil ftl tliu lowcbt mnrkot |)i'l«o. Thankful tnr tlio fnvors rocclvod In former ycnv h« PtomliPi* to lo \\\A licst t riii'i'lt tho itnlroi ·Fttieuiiblta. W. W. I . A T j N O O Jtlrrfd, Voh. (1, (t-W. l"if n short Notice. April mil, ttno. iiill.' niidi' [ ..'idly ll imlil Inform (lie «» lm»d «"^ » pnl.llc Ki » »' !llio lo w, w h o n H o n l d not hWO '" blossom, ON THE WING. x KixobTON, ONTAHIO, i l n n e 10. Tho crops along the lino of the Krio Hallway from Cleveland lo Corning appear to bo in a healthy state of cultivation. Fall wheat looks well, but few- crops that I could ice being, winter- killed. Corn Is up pretty well, and promises fair to bo an average crop. The. sumo may be said of the crops throughout 'WoHtern New York. Tho recent copious rains have had a wond- ful effect upon vegetation--everything looks healthy and promising. Yesterday morning, while the steamer "Norseman" was approaching Cobonrg, Canada, a passenger named John Hughes committed suicide by j u m p i n g overboard and being drowned. He was a young man about'2-l years of age, and. was employed as. bookkeeper in some wholesale establishment in Now York city. For some t i m e past he had shown unmistakable signs of insanity, and his mother was fcent. for lo bring him homo, his medical counsel saying that a few months of mental recreation would brlnghim around sill right. The poor woman had succeeded in getting hint from New York (o Rochester without any dlllloulty. They took tho boat at Charlotte,'N. Y., for their home in Peterborough, Canada. Nothing had been said to any of the passengers about the u n f o r t u n a t e man being in a demented state else the necessary precautions would have been taken lo look after him. Ills mother had kept strict watch over him during the n i g h t . About hiilT-pastscvon A.M. he went i n t o oil'her hands while she ca-i do so w i t h honor and credit to herself. What the Cauadians call the "silver nuisance" is being rapjdly abated, The merchants of the Dominion want a uniform Cami'.linn currency, and w i t h i h i s j object In view the Boards of Trade mid merchants generally throughout (he country have held public meetings and passed resolutions lo Ihe eU'ect th'al the large irniouiil of American and Canadian silver in circulation is a miinitncc, and in order to drive ii out of the country they would receive and pay 11 out only al, a discount of eighl per cent, on American and four per cent, on Knglibh coin. This mode of depreciation has had lis eft'eel, and silver is now becoming rather scarce in comparison lo what it has been. To supply (he place of the silver in iho way of small change, the hanks are about issuing fracliomil currency of the denomination of live, ten and Iwpnly-livecenlK. The uvcnly-llvc cent, nolc* have already madu their appearance. Mr..Iolm (ilidden,of t h i n city, goes lo Cleveland next week to i'i)g:igi: in the forwarding business. MY. GlicKlen is a young man of more than ordinary busiifess capacity, and is well versed in Iho business he proposes lo engage in. F. S. M. and blue rooms, Hvk'g upon the, fu! (cut and besl of this fat' laud, with no rpgiii-d for economy or for the tax-burfU-n people who support them in'thclrllvi-i'iuil profligacy. Koforma In all the-o Stau: iiiHilimlons are badly needed. Tlfifiiu- forlnimies of ihe tslnto could be i-qually Stntc I n s t i t u t i o n s . |I"i-iin Uic l l r u u n I'.'iniiv .Sc«v. IMIicil liy SOHA twr I., li. l.l'llvll, ] We sec by iho Columbus fftufesinnn, that Ihe (jommif-Monoi 1 :, of (he State Ucform Farm have issued proposals for bids to erect two building-,on the fiirm near Lancaster. The farm i = one of Ihe a ". v i I)|OCI with about half the bestowed. Any ono view of ' well cared for pennc as now get nn iumlo would bo astounded at .the iud.ilged in. Yet we hear little,or n thinft said upon this subject by eliln-r legislators or the press. Both wont lender at approaching them, beonu-i- they arc charitable institutions. H u t , we t h i n k , thcv irmy subserve all ncVd- fill ends, and bo conducted wilh Home degree of economy, (oo. . - - [ItKMAiucg.-- We produce t h o ' i t l j n v o for two reasons: Klrnl, It was written;by one of the present State Senators, i/|ioa whom is devolved a duty to loolc'iifter Iho interest of the Stale and its in-Uiiti- tlons; and, Second, It presents the f.t.-i that amidit the corruptions and pro'lli- gacies (bat pervades all other di.-p.irt- ments of government, the chi.ii-lt'.ib!e iiihlilntion-i of our Slate are not'lVi-e from the. same proflgatc spirit. So.fcr as regards (he Itcform form lhi-niii.! dih.sent*ng view cntcrlaincd from iho.- ,· expressed in the above. "While al! .ud- m i t o f the poorness of the soil, in its original state, now, after spending w large an a m o u n t (o bring the land up to a proper stale of cultivation, it would be regarded as unwise to re-Cfttabli-li elsewhere. What the author of th« above has deemed propel- to say in i-:»- gnnl to the Idiotic Asylum, and llio want of reform in the institutions gon- onr views cxaotlv. A:id ,-dei', Boots · evi'n ilM-i'l|itl.»n, «bli'h Ho will ra-oiniin-nd us ,h,K nmd« ftwi Uic bust stuck ami In a Mipevlm r el lanner. D O X K OX XOT1CK SHOUT Call and oxiinilnr III-- work. I' NVoiHU'r'" I'liiK^ 11 "' 1 ''. ... Klvrlii, Aux.'-"!. I*-' 10 ' Store one door West . ^ j ; ^,. ,, A s ,, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 SALE. A House and Pivo Building Lots For Sale. riMIKi-nl.-!-.-!!.!.'!-will soil llio I'C.sjdoneo OMilplPJ ! bv I'cler A. «lsl«|. wwl ol thii Vi v or Itlaek Ulu'i-. with liull 1 an «««! u KV; llvo linlldiiiK lots l l»« V' 1 , 1 ' 1 - 1 ","' 1 .;' " .',',' , I" 1 ,, ' C v an i' llnif liftorn the mlddloot April next, il ex iniiiiulv low livli'cs. Till) ic» (IdiiBi 1 l» i"."' »l tn u " i n « n and duslrablo In Klyrl». wlili a - J o llBhtflil i-li-vat(Hllaiva.and an idnindanwof|jrnj)6 and friilt. v u M - u m^i u. u i i v i "· » · · " · · · - , , ·_· · , Tim l.iHUIIng U.H conta Hi a Ijoi.t o ic thr o an ai-ru »l K.'onad oacli, oxuiiulliiB fp in rlvw, mid all supplied with tlm cliolcosl intlt au 8 Tnuis.-Oiii-lhli'il 1'iisli, and tho Imlanco paya Wo Hi onu and two 5'«»''«' OTiIVER ,,. llA nun.T. I'nll Inforinnllon may IHI lia.l ' TM I ' 1 I ' ' ' ' orlv, l»v r.illlng at thu nfflrB of tlm C. »T.CT.' A Torriblo Doath. The bloody spcctales of ancient Homo were rivalled In Missouri n fo'v days since, when llirco men met their deaths in a den ol lion", and four others wore ] h o r r i b l y mangled. Upon starting out, for ihu'bcuson, the proprietor* of rt cir, cu» and mcmigerle m o u n t e d the bantl i upon the den of purl'orming X u b h i n ! lions, and I hough repeatedly warned | thai Ihe wagon was u n a i f e , compelled I them lo ride there. At last, as tho pn- · gennl was passing through Ihe streets i o f M i d d l e t o w n . Missouri, the hoidos I frightened by Iho cheering rustics, run a w a y , and dashing Ihft wagon against a post', the roof gave way, and the bantl was precipitated i n t o Iho den, beneath, for mi iiislnnl the vast crowd were par- alyxed wilh fear, but fora m o m e n t only and then arose such a shriek of ngon.s as was never heard before. The awfn groans of terror and agony which arosi from the poor vicliin.'J who were bcinf. torn and lacerated by the frightful inon^ i s l o r s below, was heart rending aim ' s i c k e n i n g to a terrible degree. Wenp i o n s were procured and the doors wrenched oil', w e a l i n g a horrible sight Mingled among iho b r i l l i a n t u n i f o r m s o t ' t h o poor unforUiniilos lay legs, am arms, torn from their sockets and hal devoured, w h i l e Iho savage brute glared ferociously w i l h t h e i r sickl; in-cen-oolored eyes upon (lie pelritlci crowd. Pro I. Charles White arrived a this m o m e n t , and s t a t i o n i n g his mei outside, sprang in and began passing o u t , t h o dead and wounded, when the mammoth lion, k n o w n lo s h o w m e n as Old Nero, sprang wllh-a f r i g h t f u l roar upon liis keeper, fastening his teeth and claws in hiu neck and shoulders, lacerating him in a horrible manner. J''our revolvers speedily'ended tho brute's career, and the Professor completed his sad task. Tho throe men killed wore mutilated pcyond recognition, antl were buried at -once. 'The f o u r , w o u n d e d were dreadfully lacerated) but will recover. Butler to 1)0 Investigated. General Uutler who ban been eoiitinu- llv at tho head of somo committee, in- csti"Ming some body, is at hist him- elf tho subject of investigation to-day, s Treasurer and President of tho Na-; ional Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans lome. Ho appeared before tho llotiso Military Committee as a witness, tlmt ommit'teo having been directed to borough!v Investigato that institution lo made a slalemontof tho way ho had ·oceivcd and disbursed tho funds, wlilch ho commilloo did not appear to bo sat- 8llcd .wilh, and therefore decided to .end for persons' and papers../Ifsoorns hat Uutler .got a bill pasnod · t u r n i n g ovor the' imclaimed bounty,, f u n d and Iral't'sommutation fund, ous, lo^this nstitutionj'whieh amounted 'to over million and a q.narlor of (li)llars. JIo ·cecntly dro\v noarly- two-thirds'Ol this amount, and Congress is (jcioniilnofl that-ho shall show what he did wi.th it A litllo four-year old child told lib falhor he win n fool. On being reprc manded by his mother, ami icqnired to sav he was-sorry,' he toddled up In th( insulted parent and exclaimed : '-rn, J sorrv yon's a fool." ' ' . ·» O" "- · Tho Tort Clinton '2(~ek$ learns tha (Uhermon atthatplaco havoe.iuglitmor fish thifs spring than any, previous sons on-for many years. ^ : · Even tho Indians ^yould'M'iof drin .Washington wliiskey^ anil o n l y tolcra ,lod tho debates In Congress hal f a n lion from dreadful 'necessity. Sagacioi aavngcB. n j n r o d h a d the grass u^Z '" l)l ° Tho reason why pastures will « o n t i n t m l croppingfi for bo many years, nd still grow belter instead of being tin onf, a.s mendows often arc, is that ho grass in them is never allowed to n a t u r e scud. Tn curing hay, il was hi-, custom to dry 1! Ihe dew or rain from it. lie ivas not n favor of d r y i n g it to much, after the vatcr is o u t ; though he had sometimes ut hay into bin bnrn which was a l i t t l e oo green to conic out in Ihe spring in ho best condition. JIo u s u a l l y cuts lis hay late in the afternoon. Tho next norning, as soon as t h e dew is off, h(! goes over it w i t h the hay (odder, and be- 'ore n i g h t I lip hay is ready to go i n t o the )itrn or cork oven in iho earliest period of haying, and t o w a r d tho close of the season will be til to go i n t o iho barn by ono or two o'clock the day after it is cut. [Ic docs not, cut hay w h i l e (ha dew is on. Ciruss s h o u l d bo nut as soon as it odgcti, no matter at what stage of iu gi-owlh this may happen. lie puts his earliest cut hay where he Ban feed it out d u r i n g the spring, from tho timo whon the c-o'ws begin lo make bag u n t i l they get out lo grass. Tho old ( b j e c t i o u ' l o early c u t t i n g , that it take.-) loo much t i m e to make llic bay, when Iho grass is so green, has been obviated b, 1 ihe hay tedder. This make* it possible fur farmers to make the hay while the grass is green, almost as ( j u i c k l v as without. I h e tedder; it cnii be made when Iho gniSH is nearly ma- lure. most splendid humbugs in the Slate. | what we with to say is this, That i!m i i t c i i i i U i i n v f t o m e 300 :icrc; of (In-, poorest, u\ payers of (ho Slate are a n n u a l l y '· land lo be found Upon llio continent--so I..,......M.,,,!,,.. ln ,, .,,,1,11,. f,, n A n,oi ; ) , wash-room for the purpose of wa,h- j poor indeel Hint while e!ovcr will n o t ! ; o l l l l l l j " t "« 10 ' l l b »«· l l l n d tllftl '* b /- himscli; mid his mother look hoi-i srrow upon ii. \Vhllo (borearc enough j ' " ^pcnacu re.'Kiessly Oy a parly w,io at tho doOV to wait for him to \ bu . V3 ll " M ' ! t o "°'' k h ".'"' Ul " 1;l . u ^\' M "° L U P°" (lle l»' ilici )'o of economy, come out. AVhilc she was s t a n d i n g on the outhidc of the door, he crawled out through tho Wash-room -window and jumped overboard. The alarm wa.i ini- mediately and n boat lowered. It would appear that as soon as the nn- j j, 00 ,( 01R , S() 'i,, C v. hero el.se, i n i h o r than fortunate man struck the water he had j to go to work to erect new a lucid spel because he Immediately |«pon iliat one. from Jlon. John commenced swimming for When the "Norseman" had ; ifc'ar eiiOngh, several lifc-p'rcservcrs were thrown out to him, but he refused to avail himself of their baving([iiali('ies. He did scix,c hold of one, but. with tho coolness of a determined suicide he ell' MiMiiinjiijr, the K l u l e hn- lo feed and i and |] ; it i),, tharilable institutions clothe (he inmales at an ei,..rmon-i ox- , ,. iv om tho pronigucl c* of pcn-f. I IK; soil w i l l iirodui-i' pi-ach i . .; _ fe . trees and some Mimll b-rrice. whid. nix-1 l""''. v { " l»"wcr.~ hu. Cox.] Tim Wool Market. The wool sales arc going on v (juicily in the country u t t h c priooc ij led l;i.«t week, Few farmers are \v for Ieni than fortv ocnti. M I the o n l y mean-, ol'pmlll aiirti'hcd lo il. j I t \ \ o n l d In; n yooil lln:iiici:il npi-ivition ] to give away tin; I'urm and purehm- a j Tliosc lac:- wo IIMVU \\ i n n u r mid others . ' who were a commiuce last w i n t n r to j j n ^ ^ i-o:tched v i s jmu. fiu-iu io sec how the Keform S0 7 no School for'Iioys was getting along. The people of Oliio know but little about mode and manner of squandering the money of the State upon objects of this character, "We also notice that fiov. Hayes has pushed it away from him and then sank ! advertised for a donation of not IP«S lome ,,,, more, and that, to,,, when ,,,« Omj.^y ffi . of laud K,r U;^^ olorm ' men' II tho yawl were almost w i t h i n wcl . 0| (.^t w in(cr, llfteen girls at While | reaching ulslivncis of him. While those I Sulphur Springs, iho present Heform cll'orls were boln' made to ave the un- ! School, where llio State owncs a large foannate in,,; hi- n.otl.cr .tood upon iSlI-^-^'^^jSS^.o,^ a seal, in the bow oi the slcamboat ei y- j ^J, ^^ |M|( _ a f(JW ,, 1/y ly,,,,^,.,, w]lo "Keep up a l i t t l e longer inyi S L ( ,] ; to get (heir living'wiihoni work. we w i l l save yon." The sec- Now, it i" a good thing for ihe State to ' half distracted l« »U '' '' ll " to wards the rcformaiiou of m ,.i,. w l i i i i - ' ! ' * i n h a b i i a m s : but to keep up a hngli 10 .'' IC ' ."""'' Slate I n s l i i u t i o n like Unit at W h i l e 8trailRC S'tory ol' a IMiu-dor Near Warren, O. On .Wednesday evening, J u n e 25th, Mr, Bcn'eholl', of Greenville, Pa., came to .Warren, Ohio; having in charge a young girl, aged. U year?, who gives her name ds'Sarah Jane Cornells, only daughter of Thomas Cornells, late of JackHon.'lInrdin county, Ohio. She reports a terrible tragedy as occurring on last Friday morning, a few miles west or south of Warren. She says that her father sold his farm, within about suvim miles of Kenton, same time since, for $5,000, mid that on (ho 7th insl., the husband, wife and daughter loft (hero for a new home in ICrie county, Pennsylvania. That they traveled in a two horse wagon, r u n n i n g ···ear red, bed blue, and had a black oilcloth cover. They "camped out" at night, did thoir own cooking, and slept in the wagon, hast Thursday night or 'Friday morning she was awakened by from her mother, "They arc She saw it man striking her--her scream, Inil made no a seat in the bow of the steamboat cry ing out, son, and ond time he sank, the mother turned around Httuuling by ln'r side, and said, w i l h an earnestaiul beseeching look that was indeed touching, ''Please, kind MI', do lei mo j u m p and save my poor son; my clothes will hold mo up.'"i'hisis the second son this poor woman has lost by drowning. The lirst one, however, was accidentally drowned. The Canadians arc (mite irate over the conduct of tho Home Government toward tho Dominion, and 'condemn in no measured terms the policy pursued Sulphur Springs merely to accommodate a do/.Mi OI'M of bad girls, who col'd hi 1 , as well eared for at other places, is simply ridiculous. That farm cost the Slali-'over 11 fly thousand dollars, and has been run at a coil of several thousand dolhia-j per a n n u m ever since, a n d ; w i l h bill few inmates (o receive any benefit from il. The highest n u m b e r ever yet in the School, we learn, was 21. Yet when it was proposed to locate the Soldiers' Orphans' Home at the While J sonic hold for more. The going pi-Sen may bo Mated at thirty-live to i'ortr cents, with a few cents higher f«r «xu A nice lots. s · In i ho Ijoston market, tho /Jt//('c.';n h K J - h : I n ihe wool market, there has boon more business doing than for sever.*! weeks pftht, nn:l the sales loot up a hirjji aggregate. But there is yo impl'ov.!- meni in the prices to note, sellers meVt- ing the market freely at quoted 1 raicr. The lardy movements of (ho now clip, and Ihe unpromising altltudo oF producers throughout Iho wool growing regions, have induced manufacturer-- to supply themselves quite liberally in il.i Kastorn markets. They have been ablr. to do so, and to obtain dcbirabio gnuics of old wool, at prices not much higher than arc asked, in noun: parts of. i h o country, for corresponding grades uf new. 15nl t h u s far, very linle new WOMI-I-H wool has been i-ciieivcd here, and in. i n r as we, can learn, there is not much un Sulphur, it was billcrly opposed by the way. The fact is, there-is a m n l Itndieal Senators, who had so many lenrs; ial tUO'eieiico or' views between bv Mr. Gladstone in reference to U m nssertin withdrawal of tho troops and other acts ^^ ;, 10 cry illinjj lack lothcr iirthei' your father iier mother, jitvo a noise. . The girl says she their crawled out ot lie hijul cnd'oftho wagon, and ran and id iu the undergrowth near by. One I 1 t h e ' m u r d e r e r s said, ."Where is that ittle girl'!" The other responded, "No latter about her--we must be getting til of this!" They then hitched up Iho,team and a-ovo on" ivilh the wagon, taking the odies ot the murdered man and woman vith thorn. The child says she ran after hem and kept as near tho wagon as she ould for five or six-milcs, being guided n' the sound. She claims to have lost rack of the wagon when it passed hrough Warren at, break of day on .Frilay riioniiii/y. She continued in a north- ·astcrly con'rsn, iintl on Sturday reached areenvillc, Pa., nearly cra/.cd and fam- «hed. Her story 1 was not credited at Irst, but a number of the citizens', after i thorough catechising of Ihe girl for a t L I 1 O I VUfttl U i l l U U i l l o l l l ^ w i . t . v n . . . | . « -couple of days' beeanie'satisfied tlmt she vas not deceiving them. From her description of the lust, largo town sho had Hissed through, t hoy concluded it was Warron. The girl was brought over the ·oad, "Wednesday, and roeogni/ed it as he one she'hacl traveled. She claims to recognize' Warren as the place sho last icarcl the wagon,' and says she came in icross the bridge leading on t on tho Can- Hold' road. -If 'true, 'the 'murder must mvc occurred .somewhere bet ween Warren and Canliold. Tho girl says her falhor had on las [icrsoii n bo in $7,000. Sho gives the mimes of persons rosid- in»' near her former homo, in l l a r d i n of a like character. Canada is now al most destitute of regular troops. Kingston, ono of tho llrst fortified cities in the Dominion, can boast of but two three companies of theUoyal Caniulin Hiilcs, and oven these arc to be paid oil' nest week. This is.discouraging to the . business men of the town when lilt! fact is taken into consideration that the city has until recently been garrisoned by about throe thousand regular troops, who paid out yearly a largo amount of money, thereby contributing largely to the wealth of the town. Tho dissatisfaction at the policy pursued by Gladstone and his Ministry in reference to tho Dominion of Canada has become so universal and putspokcn that Iho authorities at Ottawa have boon compelled to take hold of tho matter ·and sec what they can do in the premises. The lion. A. Campbell has been sent to Kngland to lay before the Homo Government several important matters appertaining to the future welfare ol tho Dominion. The'particular nature of those questions 1ms not been made public, hut the Fenian matter is supposed to bo the principal object of his mission. Ho has been instructed, it is claimed by those who have u chance ol knowing, to lay this matter of the Fe- nians plainly and squarely before tho Government and demand of it full indemnity for damages sustained by llio late Fenian raid as well as the one in I860. The plea to bo sot forth is, that it England lias concluded' to withdraw the troops iintl let Canada pro'lect herself as sho has done In those raids, it is Eng- land's'duly to indemnify h e r ' f o r all losses sustained in' the protection of her British American possessions. to shod over t i n - u n f o r t u n a t e , girls there. i C ,. S ! i m i .sellers, and until one or the n t h asserting Hint the Slate .should c o n U n i i e , j compromise can U l o keen that verv expensive school !or , . , ' , . , , their accommodaiion, though not ado-;ellccted, very l i t t l e proarcss can .bo /on o f t h c m were there to receive any i made in marketing the new clip. Op ng- of its bcneiits. The bill locating ilu- ulors aro ofl'cring from 30 to due for tlm in Soldiers'Home there provides that, the Vlll , lous Kl . owlhS) as mcy run, of Wo.si- Ol 1fiu,ft^ M '«"'a»»- °" lo KcuU " k ' " : " 1 i:m sorted were ample for the aecommoda- Pennsylvania lleeces, but thus far liuvn lion of all of them, lint that would not | succeeded in obtaining only biaall loin county. An uncle, side, nained Colfax. on -her. mother's Knows Mr. linker large 'number of the Canadian people claim that Kngland ' has 'tried long "h lo get rid of he'r British Ameri- do, they must have a separate lustitu- ,ion, to give place lo a set of Directors, Matrons, Teachers, Professors, and (he ike, all paid out of the State Treasury. Phis was Ihe milk in the coconut. Again:--Tho old Lunatic Asylum at Columbus, which was nearly all burned down, over a year since, has a tew shanties Ion. whii-h-are occupied bv si Doctor and his wife, at a salary of $1,500 per vein 1 , to wiiU-h over the heaps of coals vnd 'rubbish lying (here, together with somftdoy.cn cra'/.y people, just enough to entitle it (o (he name of a Lunatic A«y- lunr Those patients could and hhould have been removed to one of the old Asylums, and Ihe Physician discharged froin duly. Hut no--lie is a Kadical pet and must be cared for. The Idiotic Asylum is very well nam- ody and exhibits about us much idiocy in its founders as in ils iimmic*. The idoa of teaching idiots sense is about as bright a t h o u g h t as that of making white men of black. Uut the idea:rept into some idiotic brains that mind cold be put into fiends by means of artiilca ( r a i n i n g and gymnastic exercises, and Nnlurc's work 'thus be outdone; or, in other words, what Nature had failed to do, could be done by art. Wo once saw a dog play a ralher disjointed piece of music upon a piano, and bowl a sort of discordant tune--but we never saw an idiot who was an idiot do even so much as thai, w i t h years of training.-Yet the I n s t i t u t i o n is kept up on a splendid scale, wilh a f u l l corps of teachers, professors, physicians and gym- naslics, wilh the view of putting brains where no brains existed, and teaching nntcachnb.c subjects. The unfortunate idols of the State should be cared lor. ,, , To this we cordially agree. But what i of her wc 0 ,,j ocL io i s (i, e fact of keeping, nt A very enormous expense, it corps^ of icachcrs of these figures. They do not count i safe to go higher, all things considcivil, while most holders are asking from 3 to 5 cents above these rates. Sales of domestic for the week lmv* been largo, and fool up about 1,220,000 pounds at a range of -10 lo 55 ccm» for llccce, and 30 to 50 cents for Iho varioiu grades of pulled. enoug , and Mr. Kingsley, neighbors. The child seems artless and (rnthlul. Liko'childreu usually nrc, i-aisod in retired sections, she is quito diffident and bashful in thopresuneo of strangers. It does not boom probable she could eon-. c6«t such a terrible story out of.not)ilng,i and appear as.fair.as she does.; ^ , . . . ' Dispatches 1 have, been sent to Jvcuton, and further,- particulars ivill bo known of what appears a fearful and mysterious cape.-- Clovclnnd Herald, can'possessions, as thoy'arc a source of heavy expenso to her, and the sooner tho mh'tlcr is brought {oafotius'thc het- t'er'itVip W.'for'th'c pdoplc of Canada. Triov'-'hlBO insiuuate''thiitoiieOf the prin- »; my i i n v n n v . » ! ' - · · · ' - . · - » ^ _ , . . and ]omi!?;r8 w i i h a view ol doing what caanftt be done. It is high limn hat many oi the BCfin- dalous pi-olligacics indulged in c.l C.o- Inmbus were belter known lo tho poop- pic who have to foot all the enormous bills. Some of our public ' institutions are conducted upon a Fcalo tho most those conduc cipal' 'rortsbns' for' England wishing to- 'got rid of thCKp.posscssioils'is owing 'to the fact' that EnKlUh'i oa'so o ! f 'a ' f o r o i i i w a i ' gorgeous and profligate, those co ting' them living in splendor and State Hems. IJarlcy Is being harvstcd in Centr.il and Southern counties, and reports an: very favorable; The wheat crop i* maturing much bettor than was expected two weeks tigo. John T Smith shot and killed Bruce Jvenn while attempting to arrest the l a t ter in Harrison county, during thc.ycar 1807. On ·Wendncsday hist tho widow recovered .$5,000 against Smith for tin- loss of her husband. . . i The Holmes county Fanner says the wheat crop of that county Is now out of reach of nil danger.-' The'yield will bo good--above the average crop, and tho quality promjscs to bo superior. The skeleton of an Indian was plow, cd up near Toledo a few days ago. Tho bones wore \n a good slate of preservation and lay quite near tho surfaco.of tho ground'. A pipe, knife andluitelwt supposed lo have belonged to (lie departed scalper, wove also unearthed. ·Farmers tell us that no period within the last five years, has Corn looked, so t h r i f t y and forward, at this time in Juno as it does now. Every pleco that Was got in early and has been properly tended gives promise of'a "big-yield.'' eaM, itatcsinen fear in she .'would ccr-. triinlvlose thciii.itnd douiroH to gel (.hem ting' with nil (ho accommodation-) thai could be desired by klnjH or princes, or bv ovou. Grunt himself. Furnished with outilts of horses and carriage^, wiiitcrh and porters, gorgeously, furnished pat;- .lorsand reception rooms, green rooms- A de.-trulivc c'onrtaizratiou, involving a loss of about ?20,000, of which $0,^0 was covered by insurance/occurred-at 0-iU Harbor,- Ottawa- counl jvon the 16. The property d^lroyed WaVUie rtaw factory of I5ofi-, f.ylmidcv "McRtnff. - ;·! tJt ' f t l , t ' .·*' I 1 Hi NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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