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VOL IV. Al
OHEGON, .Tl'NK 14, 187:
I'l'V.I.Wlt! II PVMiY I l:ll'AY,
By tOIX. VAS OUBf E,
lU REQI3TEB BUILDINGS,
r .! ) F r.-i an: First .ST.- te.
TERMS IN ADVANi K.
Transient advertisements. lar s.pmrc of
n Mri'. ii" loss 'Irs: Insertion K ; (well
iiWiBsn' insertion It. Un Bjvoi--
eried mi tnu ukm u
tl.vtnrr received new Ijiv,!ih of col
ore l Ink, on' K n
are propanxl toexecuten
i n t - in :i hotter inatui 'i'. til
clamper Imui ever Iwomi
ere-1 In this
Aj;- nt for i'i" Bl'tt'' '
Tlir following gentlemen i '-' otrthorlwl
to receive and PfW tor -iinseripllons.
ad vermin .fortlloMrflteTKIt:
Hiram Smith, wrrlsnurii.
o P. Tnmrtkhrs. llawrnirg.
Peter H'inio. Ilrnwitsvtllc.
W. U. Kh'.i. Brownsville.
.1. II. Irvine. W
T. II. lieyiio) ftltem. .
ii. iv Potter, S!tir1W station.
Fletcher . Weil-, Bnona ith, 1 olK I o
iirsiN ;" cAilUS.
,t. it.Mtr iii i.e. J..v.ii.ni.
MITCHELL Si DOLFH,
AO.oni'.vs ":- M"i
OOLICITORMN CHANCERY AX it PROI
S Mjimi imim.iv. O'llce over nw old
iHi-t.i IK-o, from -i!
lit, Pnrt.nn I, oro.-iou.
J.l. IV.WH.I.. 1.. I !.!..
POWELL & FLIXN,
Attorney aiil it!.s; lr lit I.-iw,
H -"i IT0U8 IN CltAXOEHY b.
"rnnii rnitarj ituBilel, Albany. Oregon.
Collections anil n hi . i: .. ' i..i.it'. ...
ti'iule 1 to.
s, n. itt'Minnu v.
Attariipyn a:-.i 'ouiaeHorK ' l.-.w.
OIBcc i i ftftrlsVi "f :vl
W, RB IV, l. t?.
j RAl'l'ATK OK I IN-. IN- rv
work ti tlio line of ll'j profc.Wlon In tin'
liest ami moil approvel met'.io.l. 'i l.at w
rMinna:tc nuft .na la had oiaewUw.
Niwtt0xUI!'ailiiitnUtetij fbrtlie piilii
.iMrXtmcrlimH "H'lh If ! ! H l! i' in
PilrrWi liricli hioetc, -v 1 itira. ItMMcnce
ilriii iiMiwsoniliorOini jtt'iiioHalciiiiri-ii,
r;D!illiirf on covin UotlSe biak. J7-.'-b
XICTiSCr ATX! 10 PHfSI "IAN.
OfVU'K ON PirtST STREET. ONE door
ivihi of !'.:...' liiltitn, in ll!trktiart' two
5lw.UBiK k 'Corner t&TlianiirM'
ry HtiWHis Aluauy.Uinaoli, UTI
Wat oi'"7'2xo olis
Ami Ueneral Will JIneliiaery.
.1. r. BACKENCTO, Aent,
. Ill li .. l . H. M'l l htU H.
X. i, Dl' I0?!r'. . CO.,
HAVE OX llAXD Mi i "N -I ANT1.Y
nwi.tii.ja taw f
(IroscrtrH mill Ipnovtsjoiia,
Wood Miii .iiiow war, toio, ctgafk,
i-nnlet'ltonery, Vankeo noltonn, clc.,
n'liokwaie and rv'ttll.at loviiMi fit't'1".
Olipd ii: II. . III. I it "HI ra
ALJJASY BOOH SarOBR.
Eatabllshcd ia insa.
E. A. Froclaiid,
nK.M.EB IN EVEBY VARIETY OK
litlMioIlaiieou.i liook, bcIiooI Uioka.
blank iwokftalfltloiiery. Rook unportod
tu oniiTci wtort nojlua.
Wbany, 1)bo.S, W70.
'fl StMi - TUBSflXO.
f AM PREPARED To HO ALL KINUfi
1 ot fuming : keep on hand and tnake lo
orh-r lnwllldl-lKittoilied elmlrs, nn I spin
nlng wheels. Shop near lie' "Magnolia
Mills." .mux M. METZLKK.
Alhany, Nov. S, lsiS.s-1
AKBVW HATH BtOlifsE.
TIHE t'X DEBSKi X E I) WOl'LH It E
Rjswl fully infoi tn iliei lilseiisof Abiany
and vicinity' Hint ho has taken charge of
.this oslalilishtneiit, and by keepim.' denn
rooms ami jiaylng strict nltentioii to basl
ness exsicts to suit all those who may fa
v.or him with tbelf potyonugo. Having
lierelofoi'" iirilediin nothing bat
1 lrst-d ss Ilnir nretmluK Mnloou,
lie nursTls lo give entire Hallsfiicllou In
all. Children's and Indies' lialr neatly cut
Hept- W-y JOSEPH tVEBBEB.
FDKS! FURS ! FURS!
riMIK HBiHKfT I'llICKK PAIHmC'ASII
. 1 lor all kinds of MIR, bv
HLAIN, YoUSCi t!0.
Awiy. nw&m f
WMIIiUtrt (Tfif -l!-' ! l-iab! I fi)
B A NKiN G
DEPOSITS BECEIVKB Bt'flJECT TO
ollOC ii! "Wit,
iBlcrcsl allowed on time deposit in coin,
Ejclujro cm I'ottWn I. Francisco,
mid ." York, for sale nl lowcsl rates,
Collection ma leiiiul Proumtly remitted,
Refers to 11. W.Corbott, llenrj railing-,
V, s. LialJ,
Banking htmw f rnm 8 . M. to I I'. M.
Albany, Feb, 1. lS7l-84v8
. MAltliLT: WOKKS.
Haul and S'( SJoiicn,
Callforiila, Vermont and Itailan
IIRAM JI SIIOI AT AMIAXY.
J, tx,W. HTTt'IBSBSi
ROW & cbaxi:,
i2o!i, Shoen, as'.'! findings
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE
puMic to tkflit' lull atock of lliu Jalao
iyi.'-. in Ktintienten'ii ami yoaMiVoimti.
bIioim, gaitoiM,i)Nt'or I tte,e!c.,e(c., :i
antoiliuvel-j la'.issl tUliiKOUl in lie line
nl laalas' and aiin-e' Wt'ora, Imluioraia,
Xcwporl Fleid Anlohi ufle bttlua, anil
uutnv nili'! new oil fiHlnoniiiiie slide?,
ju-i received al tliaQU Hoot S:oiu,wWelj
tliev will Wll a rapidly a incy can IVii '.
pnivliascra who WW) niHKia!) ml- e.i
ti..' !nn-t wnvnianki rateiii Invy rowivel
lul'. Invite '" ' '!'"
lo Qr4er,;and tiUjQfrk ttw'RMl a.
CITY ROOT STOBK, riBW Ti:r.i:T.
l ira! door VJ i i.4 Of Bli?vBitllil K.
CI TV M All K KT,
nmt vntj xt. ai?isvy.. oi:um,
PJ. L. HARRIS,
'ILL EXIiEAVOB TO KEEP i ' IX -
on hun t a tiin unppiy nl
AM. KISm OV JIEATO,
Vi'litcli will lie Of Hi'.' very bcal flllflllly.
Thr hlJlidl rnarkvl price slid lor lawve
; lniirn anil niMlp,
Thii l i!iir w.-t of F.'rrv, mi sotlttl side
nl First ;we,t. .i- I. IIARBIS.
Attain . Hci'. li, W7H5V I
J. W. Villi JH'ii Bfl'sh "il. ..
i SAT.KM :' : : OREGON.
MY lona exriarlence In dl-ci.i" cftiiwd
by WullMs. cannot bo Min n-M' l by
miy iwyaH-bia in Karopa op ido tjile 1
K'ato. OflWo rooniii. So. 88 and 80, over
Hi.' Paul o.lhv. tirt-Onsnl!tion!i and
Albaiij' Collegiate liittiitntc,
rPHIS INsTITCTtiiN WILL REOPEN' OX
1 Monday, Septemlier I, f-il. w iiha e.M j.s
in leiudierscapalile and earnest, 1 n -; en, -'ion
will he thorough and practical, and
tho system of order unsurpasse I. Enrpar
Hi nkirsad Iress
If. K. WAltliEN. A M., Pre-I I, nl ;
Or, Rev. E. 6. ( EAR V, I1. Ik, Mbaaj .
I " "' '
The E)c The Mars!
ES. T. tj. GOLDEN,
Oculist BiidAurlKt Albany, Oregon.
nit (IOLI1EX IS A -KKBs.-son
of the noted rTl jj.
old oiitlialmle do. tor, ALihs?-v.'-
a .. ...it.... .a fvSr. -.jr.
ii-. 'do!, leu hna ha I
exinn'ience in hi a' lutf
111(1 MO i. H.gpiWTOT'
Which theevee'l I eariire-'ulijcid.lind feels
! I'imtl lent oi aivim cutli-i' .sj.ti-tad ion to
i those who luay piece Ihi niseivcs nnaei'lits
dliv. April IS, IB),
! DbTeToTsMTM, BEXTIST,
I I Is I.I'M! 4TKh IN Al.-
i I I Hiay. and is now rea l;. E. :'i- :
lo ttuii on I la- cld.-nsot VI- OT'tTWtA
hanyft'i I vletaP.w!l!,:i new J-LJ--
Invention in dental work, it consists In
HupiKirtillg I he p'a'e lotbe tiiouth without
coveting ile' bole roof, as hoititoforo.
'L'hosi litolilng artldelitl leetli are request
el lo call and esaniliie for ilioinsoh-es.
Also, plates inendel. whether partkilly
broken, or divided. Teeth, estiacie I with,
nut pain. Otllce over Tiirn'ir.islore. All
work warranted. 7vl
T.l M. WATISWOBTH will give prompt
1' , altcnlton to all orders for Paper
'langiii'i, Caksimlning, Doeomllng, Ac., in
this city or vhdnlly. All work exeeuleil
In the lilies! ty. hi Hie liest iniiimer, and
at lowest living rates. KTOnlnrs left at
Fiinillure Wareronius of Chus. llealev will
aawivc prompt attention. 1014
To tho Citizens of
Brownsville am! Ykimly.
IT II e CNDERSIOXEn WOULJO '-N
i mmnce tbaJ thev aiv iXUKl'EN l'ET
CANDIDATES Kit tnoiiurchiwbrnll lite
W O O L
tbey mil gt, fm- wlileb ilicy v. l.i pay tbo
UlKlteM SlurUrt Prive
la I'u'ii ocUoo'la. Also, tliev have a full
i; n t: it a i. J! i: r ' II A ( li I v.
on bond, whleb thoy oai-r nl lowest niton
forf'ASM ur 1R01)(' E.
KIRK, HUME A CO.
P. H. ('.',11 on lit In lore i loiini; tor
Rrownnvllle, Marcb '2H. 72-80mS
Vli A XKL1 M A 82 H KT,
J. R. Ifl'.HRO.V, i : Proprietor,
10AIX, AT THE OI.II PEACE ON
. V Fiiinl Breot, proposm I" fnmlsli nil
v. laianply wi'.li nil kin 1 1 of MEATS.nl 111.'
lowest market tlltoft. By strict (irfentlon
to imsitiiwii he hopes toglwi itoneml aatls
i:...'.:"'! Eoatl who may favor hlin will! n
call. ;T lii'die-i uairket prloo paid for
Pol IIKY. J. li. IIEUROS.
SETTLEM I Ei E'S A UBSEB V,
alx .UiicN Soi.tii or Albait', i.tnn Co.,
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
J S'ttHi IT THE ATTIATI'i.N if ALL
1 peinonn destriiitx to purciiii'W fiiiil trees
to call anil a.liinttiu my s-o.-k. wblcb i
couinosinl of tbo largest ati'I best solwi ion
i.i ill.' an1, conslsiing of applet1, pcai's,
cliorrias, liimns, brunos, grax. biacUlaiiv
ri u. i umints an 1 roses. Also, black and
while wahiiit, Knglinb walnut, blekory,
lc. an, rodhiul, honey lociist, liavkhcrry,
and n nntnliuv of o her vaHeilOsOf IWtn
and p'tinfs too tiiiine!ons lo mini'. Ion, all of
wliiclt iiraotiewd at low rales.
HENRY IV. SETTI.EJIIBE.
IH'C.17, 1-7-1 i
HAJ l i A' n HF.n of
Of r.V 'ry ItCHcrlptle.i,
A LB AMY, OBECiOS'.
i i.si kai i r i;: - to orhkb any
Wugona, t'arriaRP, ISaek.
.te.. a it reasonalile rotes tri llie ns.' nf
gon '. nai'.cr alun I tlmt-class work v. ill jnn-
(i..; Hiring ncotlynud spedltloiwljdonc
at low rates,
Sh ."on ForTy between KnM and - '.id
utter! s, WM. PKTEKA
AlhauftMay l s"72-:iJ
(loltfjiiin Uii!niiiii!!i! C! nr;y f-i-p
lialfilUlli fiOuOllliattl uujiituiltii
l lT.SUi;: IliaJl'LATOR.
rpHE MERITS OF THIS IXSTRI'MEXT
I 1. eoHslst principally ia 'he support 'i
give- to the ah loineiian J spin-', vhc hi ;t
1- hroad, supnnrtc I hy snsiwndeni is-!i
I over tbo slionldera, and kepi ia slues, by
j 9ellVgmiemtlng(inlviflilcPklcs,v lililiglvc
a plonsntil current,
'i lie Bagulalor ia a!sg flalviuva'i ' ' up
nil I Nozlcsiii-e ina'leot Suvcr; ltsatrni,il
Couix'i'iia I .inc. Is Imllnw, tlial Injections
may l lUtown lUrough it,orlnto!homiek
Pf Ike ( terns. I: ,nn ' so ivfii'aied l.v
i.s ilmmV-.'M'H' a- lo meet any inakpoKb
tioa of the I'lerus, in: I Is iincipattleil In
mretlng any. form nl female illscase.
Price, fii." Pntcilcil August I'. 18.1, hy
W.S. VuuClcYc, Ccatralia. Illinois.
Territory iic Sale, or will receive
Uualty lor inanufielure,
For Stota or Territorial rights lo nuitia
tactnri. and sell on the 1'itcl lie Coast, apply
to Col. l.. Van I, EVE, Albany, Oregon.
ORRflOU S. CALII'OBNIA RAIlJWAD
Conieanv, Ijllld I lepan iiieut. Port land
Oregon, April ". 1-7.'. Notice (h hereby
given, thai a v Igorom piims nllon win he
Itistluited against any a ' ever) person
who irepasses nimn any llallroad Land,
boftini ill.' same Is lit II t.IIYoi theCoiupn
ny AMI PAIR FOB.
All vacunt Land in old nuui'ierod see
lions, whether jurvwved or mi urvey.-.l.
within a distance of t'hirlv miles ft'oni the
Mae of the road, belongs lo the Coinriany.
I. It. MtadtES,
Hv4tf tend Agent,
II O T ID I.,
foriier Front aud Salmon StN.,
Tills new and elegant hotel, with
Xew Eurnlturo Tliroiiclionl,
PF TO Tin: I'FRLK'.
Rulh .um for Uie nrcouiuiodntlcu
FliEE COACH TO THE HOt'SK.
Como and Hcc V.
1. ft, NPBITXUen, Propr.
a noma os- KPitixu.
Hail fcnll'' Spring! ivitli gmccfiil slop
pinit' ncr myriad Mcstiiig tolie-4nm
tk fire h
upon ber balm;,
ile loiiiiltis setisi!
Soft Qtloi'o CI
-J .')::, hi,
s (lie vernal stilt
if tpiu'rn going t
Hail eoM'o Spring!
lie-ale her path.
Tlic (lii-i-ii Its 'Iter
crown of white
Awl drowsy aattire wakens
! i shut, lite thi n; I'll c rfc'i my ikvlU
Hall gentle Spring! while birds again
On eager ivtngs thuy fake their home-
Ami nil the wouil-i with sweetest umhIc
"AH-ilWrtirb-afrcen to d-ith lu
Hail gt ni!e Spring! how welcome is hot
llow bright Hie joys that glitter in
flail gentle Spring! Utlwl lite wild bee
"'.'if.' U'ui iid; 'li. frozen up
Hie Rail l ire.
iLOGFE FOBSl'NI'AY ECHOOLBOY?,
have yuii heard of that Are
ted up the man's hoiliC and
' tint bun
"No Smith where sit? What a mil
! fortune lo him! Was it uffoml house?"
"Yes a nlvo hotie ami lot a good
; home for any fainilv."
I "What a pity! Uow ilii! the lire
"I If mm played with lire, and
i llioiigiiilessly si t it lihmelf."
I -How silly! Did yon say the lot
I wa hurtled, too?"
t "Yes. lo; and till, all gone, ellukand
I clean." .
! ''Flint I' jdngtilar, It must have
: i en a ho! lire and thn I don't .see
how ii eoiiUI burn the lot."
! "No. it was not a very large lire.
I nor a very hut lire. Indeed it was so
; mall, it at! rn ted l,ut little attOHtioii,
and did not alarm anybody. In I'm.
It olteu went out of' It-'eff, and the
man ligliti'd it again."
; "iVbit f,r. I should like to know?"
"Oil! be didn't seem lo think whitt
iiirai it was doing, lie liked (he
niell of lire, and ainined himself with
"lint liow could such a liille fuv
i burn up n house and lot !"
I "It Glinted a long time more th in
! Iwentv year.'. Though ii eoirsiuiuHl
slowly, it wore away about $150 wot lb
"I don't quite lttidcrslnml you yet.
Tell me. w here the lire was kindled,
and ever, thing about it."
Well! then, it Win kindled a the
vmlaf dcigw; The cigars cost him.
he liini'elt told me. flOO a year, and
that ill twenty-one year-; would iimoilill
to $J7850, beside all the Interest.
Xmv, the money was worth at lens!
ten per cent., and nl that rate it would
double about mice in seven year-.
That would buy a line house ot n
large farm. Don't ymi pity the faini
lv ot the fooli'li man who lias slowly
burnt up their home?
"Wtietisrli! I ctioss now von mean
me. for i have smokwl moro than
twenty years. But I did'nt know it i
Would cost as much as llitt. Audi;
haven't any ton-" ot mv own. Have;
a'twaya ivnted thought I was too p. in
to own a house. And all because I
was ton poor to own a house. And i
all because I have been burning ii up! :
What a fool I have been !"
"Yon may lire twenty years longer, 1
and burn up another home."
I see. and I will give up my cigar
aud unit smoking."
"Yes, I have known many quits ;
j the same man at least half a dozen ;
"Friend Smith. 1 am determined to '
; quit at once aud forever. I am re- j
solved to nut out Ibis lire, never to j
light it again,
i '"Well." said Jones! now I trust
yon will. If foil are Hilly resolved,
i yon can. If you are not. the old hab
I i; will le too 'strong for you. and your
' second house and lot w ill vatllsb in
Aud while we are quitting, let iw
stop all the boys from beginning.
' Hoys all. don't be such fools as I have
been, but touch not, taste not, handle
not. this unclean thing.
I The ii'0p!e of village in KailSd-S,
I called Grasshopper Falls, not thinking
the name solllciemly high sounding,
1 had it changed to Sautivlle. The
i dwellers thercbout, unaccustomed to
! -itch outlandish appellation', corrupted
i K. new name into "Snow Tail." and
I ,i... ,.lll,ii,i Is Liinwn o: ill bv that title.
The humiliated villagers havejii-t
appealed to the Legislature to change
the name of their village back lo
It is said that Horace Gn eiey wea
ried with editorial labors, mid disgust
ed with his political wrangles, serious
ly talks of buying a sheep ranch in
Colorado, and "retiring there for rest.
Horace will probably commence im
proving his stock with a hydraulic
MHMHT AMO URAWT.
t Washington, May 0, 8neeln1 Dispatcli to
llle BoMon Travel.
Among the callers tit the While
Uoine. yesteiilay, was Unlouel John
s. Mo-l.v, the bimoiis ex-Confei.ler,itu
lender, who w. iif for the pilppntttt of
payiiig bis respect Uo the President
and talking of the political situation.
The ( 'o'o, I was acconipatiicd by Sat
ator Lew is, of Irginlu, who brought
afwiit the interview, It appears that
Mr. Lev, is told I'n'sltlftlltOmilt Oltlie
reintii l.s made by Colonel Mody for
the kindness shown Mrs. Mosby short
ly after the war, and for which the
Colonel expressed Ids gratiltide. tm
inwlhttely after thei 'incinnatil 'onveii
liotl, Colonel Mo-by wrote lo Mr.
I.eit is that if rresident Grant wisla-tl
to make a point with the S-.ttllieni
pepk, HOW was the time to do ii, by
piifstlhig a libera enuree loward them.
T'lK! vote of the Ninth being divided
between GreeJevaiul Giant, ami the
Soitthi rij : 'dates holiluiglhe balance of
pow. r. the people South would cast it
in favor of whichever one held out the
best Inducements by pursuing a literal
policy in Southern alfairs, When
Coloui 1 Sloshy arrived heie, Mr. Lew
is marched him to the White House,
where an Interview of two hours' du
ration ensued. The Presidenl receiv
ed Colonel Mosby politely, and intW-j
duecd hlni to .Senator Ames, of Missis-
i, and Colonel dulm n, t nruev,
w on was, present.
Colonel Forney- "Ah. Colonel Mos
by, I have beard ofwat before."
'Colonel Mo-by "Yes. and lot' you,
through your paper. I used to get it
nearly every day through the lines,
and have read in it pretty sharp tilings i
Colonel Forney "Had I known yon
were such a good looking man I would !
not have been eo haul on you."
'flu' conversation then took a gener- j
id turn as to how Virginia and the '
Southern States would go under certain
contingencies, and if ilnvlcy's nomi
nation divides, the Southern vote with
the President. Said Mo by : "Ami
the Sm: it. holding the balance of;
power, has its choice between them. I
Vi e shall go lor the one we think will
be a friend to u- the most. Yon. Mr. !
Preside) t. can afford to be generous to j
ti-. We laid down our aruu and sur
rentlercd to you."
'i he president re-potided that he was I
kindly disposed toward the South, and
thai Itliis administration or nets ap
peared to be harsh or unkind be in
tended that liny should only be ju-t. j
lie was the executive of the will of
tie- people. The President remarked
that when tie came In as Chief Execu
tive lie had great dlflh'tllty With An-1
dreW Johnson, who win continually
asking when the trials of Confederates 1
Ibr treason would commence. I re
plied, said the General, not until they
violate their oaths of allegiance.
Colonel Modiy ndated an amusing
Incident of bow, after tha war, bis
boy Beverly, six year o'd. one night
edme by his bedside and prayed hard
to -.-ltd old Johnson lo the devil.
President Grant -."A goisl many.
who vot.-d tor Johnson worm like to
have loinctl BeveriV's prayer.
Si eretary Fisii then entered, and
Colonel Mosby remarketl to Colonel
Forney that the Kepubliisiiifi would
have to take a "new departure" lo
wanl the Souih. A vindictive policy
would destroy the amienbe feeling!
there, and colonel Mosby believed j
the Itepiib.'iwin ivartv would carry out !
i their policy I itvard the South if they
were sincere lit nrylugthetoiualiaw'k.
The President Inquired of the Colonel
what bethought of the "Dolly Varden"
I Convention at Clnelhnati, aud Colonel j
' Mosby replied that be thought Phila
delphia would do n. ii. h better. The I
: elci Hon ofUreelev would be the open
I ing id'a iinndom box of evils upon the
j S.ttt bern peop'e. Oivcly wollld be
' siiiTOiindeii w ith much worse iulluetur i
than anvbndv el-e. for his part he I
Plvfeired the rule of the soldier lo
whom General Lee surrendorwl bis
' sword, than that of a fanatical philoso
pher like ancient Horace. As to how
- Virginia would go, he said ii depend
I ed on future events. Dan Yoorhccs
j says he does not think a Democrat
1 will be put in I he held as a candidate,
but 1 Won't vote for Horace. Were he
! to do so. the old Democrats in his dia
I triet would hunt him Ootoftbe ground.
I "Now. in my district," said Nlosby,
"there's Lewis MelCenzle. ex M. C.,
: and a delegate to Philadelphia. He is
a popular negro, and may carry sonic
of them over to Horace ; but I think
i it w ill be a good exchange lor Horace
; lo have the darkles, and you lo have
1 the white people."
President Grant remarketl ih.it the
issiiu between him and Mr. (Ireetey
i was merely a personal one; and Colo
nel Mo-by aaiu thai what made the
Administration unpopular in the Sonlh
i was the number of eariiet-baggera
Colonel - Mosby (lid not think the
Southerners would sacrillce .a single
! iirlnciplc by voting for Grant against
Greeh v. The t'olond .'i il that he
prcicrieu luiiiiuij i, .....,".. ., i
, and Informed the President lhat if ti e '
Issue Were between General Irani and
1 Horace Greeley, he would support
General Grant. Ile relieved that
i Virginia Would give a majority tor!
'him. lb' was certain his district
wouni. i' necii iic i .u r
i 'i;ni i tic' Mate in i.rani s ih nan.
Dmiog the interview he touched
upon several war Incidents. The Pres
ident informed Colonel Mosby that he
came near being captured by him
once when on the Orange and Alex
andria railroad without a guard.
Senator IxwU "Anil it migU hare
chitugiil thr iwiilt of thr reW(V.
Colonel Mosby "Yes, ami I might
have been President."
Sul.se pteut lo Hie Interview a cor-
resjioudciil called tipoti Colonel Mosby
jit bis bot.-l, and asked him how lie
liked Pn jldent Grant.
"He's a very plain man." raid 'ol
onel Mosby ; ".me don't feel suiiill in
hi- pr, -euee. 1 w;u very much pleas
ed with my reivption."
Cin'ix'spoinent- "How was it down
your way between Qeneral Clraut ntB
Her tee llreelev?"
Colonel Mo-by "I think it Bert to
',i for l'tc-ident Grant. Jamen liar
ber i for him, and George Payne and
Corresiioiident "How was it with
your friend', Coventor Smith. "Extra
Wily ?' "
Colonel Mosby "Oh! lie's for
Correspondent "What isyouropuv
Iou about the polilieal situation?"
Golonel Mo-by -I think it fur the
Interest of the people to go for I'rcsl
delit Grant, instead of a ihied-np veg
etarian like Horace Gmdey. IIe'8 a
fiic-lovist, an agrarian "oiirieriterftt)d
If cieetetl, might have Stian Anthony
or Lucy Stone hi his Cabinet. I'lt'sf
deut Grant could lienctit the .South
more than Greeley, hCcau-i; be would
have power in and out of Congress lo
da positive aets of friendship, whereas
Greel'-v could not."
T he Colonel was 01 the opinion that
President Grant may secure the vote
wan me .-ininneni ia-o pie ii uiey an'
iiiviueeii I bar hei'i'-iiter tliev mav
liavean etpial voice In thegoverntnenf,
at'.d that the policy of his tidmiuistra
tiou will In; in favor of kintlly relations
between the sections, and the dillir
eiices between the North and the
South having been settled by conrtl
tntlonal antendniente. The twrespon
dent then retired,
Nenalble Minis lo Uirla.
Il i- a -toui-biug bow tew of the
young women of America know how
to make good bread. How few of
them know how tn make up a bid
properly! How few of tltciu know
now in cook meats wi 11 ! How few
how very few understand the numer
ous and complicated duties of house
keepingof such housekeeping as
makes a home pleasant and attractive.
Sour bread can e; sour tempers...
Heavy bread is like a leaden bulk f
shot hilo your own ranks. Neglect
and ignorance of household duties are
mortal foes to domestic peace.
Love at first sight is very poetical
and romantic ; but tin., love and res-
necl thitt endure to the last vkwate
Invaluable and sublime. It iseasirts
to win a lovi r or a husband than to
keep him. Ho--y cheeks aud bright
eye; may rob a man of his heart ; tut
! lin y ate not certain to' keep his tem-
per sw eet, when he comes home lltlll
i gry and sits down to a poor dinner,
j If mothers were less ainbitlous and
1 BCeedy to obtain rich l.u -bauds for
j nn ir daughters, aud more sedulous to
bestow itpoii litem a tloinestlc educa
tion in Itielf a rich dowry.
Man is, lo a great extent, an anf
nial. To keep niiimols. cimtcnted and
happy, they mud be well fed. When
j tl i it- stomachs are ftilli they are ii.dis
i po-ed to tight or to ntitirrel.
It i- iinqiie?tionably trite, as the
; Hook of Proveriu bath it. that "better
i- a dliiia r of hcrbj where love i-.
tlian a -full .'I ox anil hatred there
with;" I u; a great deal belter siif
would he the love and aud the stalled
i. x both. Togotiur they make a. mod
execThtnt dinner, and the one is sauce
for the other.
Love i; too liable lo diminish and
sub -iile. w hen il ha- to dine out to gel
a good dinner.
Poor cooking and b id housekeeping
are among the prolific sources of di
vorce .--uit 5. They produce differ
ences ; they produce misery; they pro
duec ill-feeling, ill-health, separations,
Mothers! if yen wish to do some
thing substantial and real tj promote
the comfort and happiness of your
daughters, instruct them to Le good
cooks and good housekeepers.
PiiACTiCAi. View of Umbrel
las, The Chicago 'ossays: Among
the n-i-s to which the umbrella may
be put i- poking an utter stranger
fliitod with luuibago. in the back, un
der the Impression that he i-i' Smith.
I It also serves to keep off the rain;
I first, when it rains; second, when it
does, not rain. It- ues in the first
event are palpable to the most nakisl
j eye. The second ease may beprncti
' Hilly Hlmtrated by taking an umbrel
la dow n town of a cloudy morning,
j The inevitable result is (hilt the skies
I clear up toward nine o'clock, and you
ret urn home in a sweltering glare of
Bullfight and fctiffoeatetl with duM,
i bearing vvith you an ninbrella, which
convinces all who meet you that you
area little erratic or very shiftless,
i If the table-talker were an honest
firne r suffering from a corner in rain,
he would put on a pairof patent leath
r boot; and a light spring suit, ami;
g i on a long walk without an umbrel-
i. It wottiil he sure to rant eoinbinnl
munvn hihi n.ipei. lei atone pill li-
forks before night. PmbrellaJi are
no! coiistdered private property, auv
more than Hie air of heaven and this
rain which falleth alike upon tbo
Ilenioerats and Republican. You
may take one with impunity at any
nine, it ,ou ate not onserretl. The
last characteristic of the rimhilhi t.
its Protean jxiwer ot changing sliapcs
m may leave bran new inu la m
silk with an ivory and nisewood hat
die at any nubile gathering, taking
therefor n check, and within three
hours it will transform Itself Into light
blue or faded brown cotton, somewhat
leas In f-tet than a circus tent, with a
itw.unninn, . :