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1 , J VOL. I. CORINNE, UTAH, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY CORINNE DAILY JOURNAL, That VV hirh Killed Artemus Ward, Artemus Ward, anxious to buy back A Womatj Defence of Dress. Tor myself I sdould be thankful tore-tur- n PublisLfd Every Morning, (except the family homestead in which to "shelter 31 outlay',) to the habits of our grandmother, the old age of his widowed mother, dis- buy' a bonnet which would do by to wear ten covered that he could never do it by years ; have three two for everv KENYON A MERRIClv, making jokes; unless he could sell them day, and one for dresses, 11100, and wear them over and over again. So he tried comic Publislicrn and PropK. year after year till they "wear out, withlecturing. J he first night the experi- out alteration, also twist up my hair in a Terms by 9 a ! I or JZjrjtress, l'ostayc tube ment was a failure. A violent storm of plain wad at the hack of mv head. I lald at Ojjlce of Delivery. snow, sleet and wind thinned the audi- .should then have more time lor reading in Clinton I bill, X. Y. to such a and ence $.1 Oft $10 OOJTlirw Months, Our Year, to spend for study, and more 1 Oo b One Month, ix M'liitlis degree that the lecturer lost thirty dol- books, pictures and money' to say lars by the enterprise. A tour in New nothing of the unlimitedtraveling, time and money England, however, had better results, for doing good. And I know of very THE VIOLET. lectured hundred nights, by' which many women who would be lie BT RICHARD nAIUlIS. only too hap. r 2-- Iavii Iti-I- rt s in tln valley, yhvn mint.-- of the morning; chase the night lled by the warm shades aw ay, pure, the rough hillside adorning, alono and uuteudeu, its head to the iLiy. i mim-liin- Only a ioh-- t yet transcending in glory The lihrlient conceptions of art we can reach ; "And to my lc art tells a far plainer story Than preachers proclaim or thcologi'-- teach. - s ' It t 11s of a earn unending, nnd Ing; A love ever jiresent w herever we stray ; the needs of the hnaiMe supjdjing, And scattering beauty along onr way. A Imiintv 1 hat "enns (f pure goodnes, though planted in sorreiT, And choked by foul weeds and chilled by the night,- . - Will bloom in the sun of a brighter tontorrowy And the dark clouds of 'Truths light, llrror he dispelled by M'illitfiiisbitrg, A'. 1. Mark Twain on Juvenile Pugilists. We find in the Buffalo Express of the 28th ult. the following paternal objuga--tion.- s by Mark Twain: Yes, got a good many fights iti my time, said old John Parky, tenderly manipulating his dismantled nose, Pe and its kind of queer, too, for when I was a boy, the old man was always tell-in- r better. He was a Orood man O im; and hated limitin':. When I would come home with mv nose bleeding or ho used to call my lace ' scratched-up- , merimt into the woodshed, amlTn a sorrowful and discouraging way, say: So, laid another light, liey? Jolmnyyovve How many times have I 'got to tell ye licnv disgraceful and wicked it is for hoys to light? It was only yesterday that 1 talked to you an hour about the sin of fighting, ajud hero you've been at it again. Who was it with this time? With Tommy Kelly, hey? Dont you know any belter than to fight a boy that weighs twenty pounds more than you do besides being two years older? Aint ye got a spark of sense about ye? I can sec plainly that you are determined to break your poor father's heart by your rovkles conduct. What ails your linger? Tommy bit it I Drat t ho little tool ! Didnr ye know enough to keep vour finger out of his mouth? Was trying to yerk his cheek off, hey? "Won't you never learn to cpiit fooling 'round a boys mouth with your fingers? Youre bound to disgrace us all by such wretched behavior. Youredetermined never to he nobody!' Did you ever hear of Isaac Watts that wrote, Let dogs delight to bark and bite sticking his in a boys mouth to get cm hit, liktra fool? I'm clean discouraged with ve. Why didnt ye go for his nose, the wav Jonathan Edwards, and George "Washington, and Daniel Webster used to, when- - thev were bovs! Couldn't cause I.e bad ye down ! Thai's a party I story t f tell me. It does cent all Ytthat how ami Socrates mi cant learn Penn used to gouge when they was under, after the hours and hours Ive sjent in felling you about those greatI It seems to me sometimes as if gdimdd have to give you up in despair. Jts an awful trial to have a boy that don't pav nnv attention to good example "lior to wluit I say. What! you pulled out three or four handlulls of Did he squirm any? his lmir! N 6v if youd a give him erne or two in the ees but as . Ive told ye, many a time, fighting ispoor business. Wont you lbr your poor old lather s sake wont you promise to try and remember, ! that! Johnny how did it ahem which licked? You licked him! Sho! Really? "Well ' now, I hadnt any idea you could lick (liar Tommy Kelly! 1 dont believe John Runyan,' at ten years old could have done" it. Johnny, my boy, you cant think how I hate to hae you fighting every day or nvo. 1 wouldnt have had him lick you for five, no, not fi.r ten dollars! Now, sonny, go right in and wash up, and roll your mother to put a rag on vour finger. And, Johnny, dont lot me hear of your fighting any fin-ge- rs il-Ia- m n.i-n- ! -- he cleared nearly eight thousand dollars, and he was soon able to establish his mother in the comfortable home in which he was born. v I thought I ought not to conclude this article without letting the reader know why this bright and genial spirit is no longer here to add to the worlds harmless amusement. Well, this was the reason: Wherever he lectured, "whether in New England, California, or London, there was sure to be a lot of young fellows to gather around him, ami go home with him to his hotel, order supper, and spend half the night in telling stories an t singing songs. To any man this will be fatal in time; but when the follows an evenings nightly carouse e performance-beforan audience, and is succeeded bv a' railroad journevthc next y the of ivasto dav, vitality is fearfully such life finished Five of years rapid. poor Charles Erowne. He died in London in 1NJ7, aged 33 years; and he now lies buried at the home of his childhood, in Maine. He was not a deep drinker. lie was not a man of strong appetites. It was the nights wasted in conviviality which his system needed for sleep, that sent him to his grave forty years before his time. For men of his profession and cast of character, fur all editors, literary men and artists, there is only one safety tetotalisin. He should have taken r the , advice of a on the he once offered some commend it strongly to the countless hosts who read this paper I dont drink. I wont every week. drink! And I dont like to see anybody else drink. Im of the opinion of those mountains A eep.your top cool. Theyve got snow and I've got brains; thats all Cor. N- .- Y. Ledger. the difference. stage-drive- ap i Sign of the Hands. Modern Palmistry brings together a large amount of amusing gossip, but we cannot say how much you believe of it. The person who will carefully study the wrinkles, furrows, lines, and hollows on the hands, will bo able to tell fortunes as well as unv modern Gypsy. If the palm of the hand be long, and the fingers well proportioned, etc.; not soft, but rather hard, it denotes the person to be ingenious, changeable, and given to theft and vice. if the hands he hollow, solid, and well knit in the joints, it predicts long thwarted then.it denotes life, hut A little ivor. on if-ov-er short life. Observe the fingers of Mercury that if the ends of it exceeds the joint uf the ring finger, such a man will rule in his own house; and his wife will be ..pleasing and obedient to him; but if- it be short and does not reach the joint, he will have a shrew, and the will be boss. Rroad r.ails show the person to be baTiful, but of a gentle nature. Narrow nails denote the person to be inclined to mischief, and to do injury to his neighbors. x is, the little finger, - I. ;;. The New York Citizen has been to see the Rlaek Crook, and it made him era yfvz Witness the following: Well, we saw manvinnumcrable logs, Lsts of legs, merry legs, prov 0 :, sauev legs, sentimental legs, entic-lega bewildering tea of leg, a mg wind of legs, a very rush of legs; mighty in absurd farces, legs frisked that legs that waved in soelmn tragedy; elegant ml Mere leg that posed and glided rules of set that graceful; grotesque legs elegance at defiance and flew about in meregenjoyment of their cxistanee legs in all attitudes, straightened out, elevated in various degrees, crooked at divers angles and twisted into many contortions; legs scattered all over the stage, legs hung from ropes or posted on pedestals, hundreds of legs pointed di- reetlv at us, or elevated towards the heavens or at the back part of the stage, legs long and short, thin and stout, more! I never see anybody so down on rounded and slim; legs in calm repose It was a very Red-la- or violent motion. fightingo as ' the old man was, but some, M of legs legs run mad and given Low lie never couM break me from it. over to their own devices. milkA Mvx who had done Ills own Final Removal of the British ing, employed a. boy to do it; he shrunk the milk one third in two weeks. I lie Troops from Canada. The sum askowner resumed the milking, and in two ed for the maintenance of the troops weeks got the same as before. After- now stationed in Canada, bv the BritiTi wards he set a hired man to milk, and he Government, this year, is 13,010, shrunkthe milk ten per cent, in two weeks, whereas if it were intended to continue in two weeks more, the owner milking to garrison Quebec the amount required again, as much as before." This man would he at least .80,000. All the ot does the work quickly' and milks very troops, therefore, with the exception the clean. He closes the forefinger and a company of engineers to complete thumb around the teat high up, and forts, will evidently be withdrawn from makes a downward motion, tightening Canada in June unless some fresh disthe grip and forcing the finger and thumb cussion arises and the present plaus of m circle, carries up the hand and press- the War Office undergo a change. es it smartly agaist the udder and closes and pulls down as before, and so Count Palikao, Napoleons favorite repeats fcptil done. The philosophy, if any, is to general, is suffering the pangs of exile iie, as necr as may be, the same motion in London, with a fortune of $2,000,000 that the calf does in nation. to keep kirn from sucking. II-T- n! s, Tl-m- m py to throw aside wearisome shackles ot fashion. Hut what would either result? With the maiden no more beau, with a a cessation of devotion on the part of her husband. Results too dire to he contemplated for a moment. I speak what I know, and testify to what 1 have seen. I have my'self been to parties sensibly and economically clad, and I was despised and rejected of men; again I have been more fashionably and expensively attired and more beaux than I know what to do with. By the wav, why dont some of those wise and sensible batchelors court and marry among the vast army of working girls ? They are dressed erv simple, are accustomed to economy. They would be glad of good homes, and would make excellent wives They are personally attractive, and, I doubt not, are quite as refined and intel-a- s the average, of- fashionable ligcnt Why is there not a greater de- maud for them as wives, and- whyr are not the Flora McFlimscys' a rug in the market? Let the facts speak; for themselves. Re not deceived, O my brethren! With you lies the fault ; from you must come the remedy refuse to pay court to silks, panniers, trills and chignons, and we shall go over to calico ill batallions. wife J. W. GRAHAM, M. D. A Relict. In overhauling an old trunk the other Jay, says the Rock Island Union , was discovered a copy of the OFFICE, New London, (Cohn.,) Gazette , of date Cor. and 4th Montana, 1 February 13th, 1794, pasted to the side. Tearing it off we managed to save a scrap on which appears the, following incident f revolutionary history: At the conclusion of the war, Dr. "Franklin, the English Ambassador, and the French Minister, Vergener,- - dining together, at Versailles, a toast from each was called for and replied to: The Cortnne. SISS0U, WALLACE Ci CO. - Corinne, E.P. JOHNSON, 1. Utah, JOBBERS IN Attorney & Counselor at Lazo Solicitor in Chancery. UTAH. GROCERIES, r iv British Minister began with George the CORINNE, Third, who, like the Sun in its meridian PROVISION 6, spreads a lustre throughout, and enlightL. HOLT, ens the world. The French Minister DEAUX IX LIQUORS, The illustrious Louis followed, Avith, XV L, who like the Moon, sheds its mild BOOKS, NEWS, STATIONERY, and benignant rays on and influences TOSACOO, WALL. PAPER, the globe. Our American Franklin then gave, George Washington, Com- Pocket Cutlery .and Notions of all kinds. CLOTIXIEO. j Post Office Bn tiding;, mander of the American armies, who, like Joshua of old commanded the Sftn COKtNNE, UTAH. and the Moon to stand still, and they obeyed him. AND t x i GEORGE 11 ii t ninouAnc, my2-dli- n Marriage. HENRY Leigh Hunt concludes an - more full of divine courage, thanayoung Tobacco, Etc., Etc. maiden, from her past life, from her happy childhood, when she rambled over Fourth I Street, near Montana, every field and moor around her home ; Avlien a mother UTAH. anticipated her wants CORINNE, and soothed her little cares; when her brothers and sisters greAV from merry playmates to loving, trustful friends; IN SEASON. from Christmas gatherings and romps, the summer festival in bower or garden, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF from the room sanctified by the death of FRESH VEGETABLES, NUTS, relatives ; from the secure backgrounds AND. of her childhood and girlhood and maid-- ' C O K PE CTIO ME R Y, enkood, looks in the dark and unillumion hand at nated future, away all that, and yet Constantly HENRY unterrified, undaunted, leans her fair Corner 4tli and MontanaDENHALTERS. - Corinse. Streets, cheek upon her lovers breast, and whisSome persons cut asparagus into pers: Dear heart! I cannot see, but I small pieces before cooking it ; this seems believe. The past Avas beautiful, but UNION BAKERY, to us an unwarranted mutilation. The the future I can trust with thee. FRESH stalk should have grown in two days ; A GEXTLEMAX RESIDING SOME MILES BREAD, PIES AMD CAKES, it will then he exquisitely tender, of a from the city, according to an exAnd a Good Stock of deep green, Avith a purple, glistening in the sun, with the color of the robe of an change, has been in the habit of freLIQUORS ANDon CIGARS hind. Kept constantly ancient Roman Consul ; it will break as quently sending his waiting boy with Avith followthe diamond-scratcheback the GEORGE home, buggy HANF, Propr. squarely as glass, and UTAH. Tell my wife, Im CORINNE, far more easily than a maidens heart at ing message: ' f my2-dtd d On that the loss of her first lover ; its perfume caught jury again well The kneAV, however, that the is pungent and agreeable ; its emerald boy tint lively, and, jis it is of the earliest, so jury was nothing but a myth; init is one of the most greateful product- tended to cover up prolonged sprees. ions of the garden. It is to be treated One day Joe was sent to the city after (Opposite Metropolitan Hotel) ' Cut in the early morning, some necessary articles. The boy fell gently. . UTAH. CORINNE, while the dew lies upon it refresh- in Avith his friends, got elevated ana AC . -and out the of pitched buggy. ingly, it is to he washed in cold Avater, COMMODIOUS CORRAL. The horse and home arrived all in a until near buggy shady place kept --ADthe dinner hour, then put into a small right, but the boy aid not make his ap- Good Accommodations for Freighters pearance until next day. With stem quantity of water, and boiled until it is countenance and Immigrants. .our juryman called the about half done : then the Avater should my2-ddemanded and did he not Avhy be poured ofF and milk put in, and alloAved boy up For God, to cook until a fork can be thrust through come up at the proper time. Heil and Fischbacho d it easily ; take it up so as not to breaka Massa, I was cotched on de d stalk, and dish it on toasted bread, and Jury- youTiave a dish often asked for, hut seldom seen. An Impromptu Baby, Show. There - CORINNE. was an impromptu baby show at Cedar MONTANA STREET, Female Society. All men avIio aAoid Rapids oue day last Aveek. There were All the heat qualities ot female society have dull perceptions, and Aac of the weenty, teenty, itty darlings are stupid, and have gross tastes,, and present, the youngest of six weeks pil- WIMES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. revolt against wluit is pure. Your club grimage in this vale oftears and catniptca. S-swaggerers, Avho are suckling the butts As the assembling of these precious of billiard cues all night, call female so- lumps of incipient mortality was acciden! ciety insipid. Poetry is uninspiring to tal, everything passed off pleasantly, the Oa yokel ; beauty has no charms for a mothers forming themselves into a mutual B. T. blind man ; music does not please a poor admiration society, and each one lavish 3I0NTANA STREET, CORINNE, Avho docs not knoAV one tune from of the praises of the beauty of her lieigh-bor'- s beast, TO CITIRENS OF THIS CITY another; but, as a true epicure is hardly baby, until some officious individual, OFFERS of TIIE goods in his lino, ever tired of Avater, sauce, and brown avIio didnt knoAV beans about babies, and AT AUCTION PRICES! bread and butter, I protest I can sit for still less about babies mothers, proposed COXSISTIXG OF a Ailiole night talking to a that it should then and there be decided School Fan-Books, Cutlery, Dry Goods, etc. kindly woman about her daughter ' Avhich Avas the nicest. A vote was taken, Second Hand Goods Bought and Sold. ny, or her boy Irank, and like the eve- and each baby had just one Aote, wherenings entertainment. One of the great upon every mother deemed herself inbenefits a man may derive from Avomans sulted by the balance, and there was a BOND, 0 socictA is that he is bound to be respect TIIE ONLY general gathering up of small clothes, ful to her. The habit is of greaf good baskets, shawls, and an immediate break Practical Scourer & Repairer to your morals, men, depend upon it. ing up of that party. OF Our education "makes us the most emiLoud noises are said to kill certain LADIES' SILKS AMD SATINS, nently selfish men in the Avorld, and the AND greatest benefit that comes to a man delicate insects, and we have good proof CLOTHING. GENTS from a womans society is that he has to that if loud enough, and long enough (Nearly opposite the Post Office) think of somebody to wlxpn lie is bound continued, they are capable of killing, MONTANA CORINNE. STREET, to be constantly attentive and respectful. or seriously injuring,; humau beings, ' under certain conditions of the body. lhackeray. There is a German soldier lying in one W. McNUTT & CO., Vir.oixi.v papers mention the recent of the Dresden hospitals whose nervous death of Miss Cornelia Jefferson Ran system has been shattered, seemingly Wholesale and Retail r of Thomas Jef- beyond hope of recuperation, by the din dolph, a She of battle. He can neither see, hear nor ferson, at the age of seventy-three- . Avas the fourth of the Randolph family speak, and seems not to feel, and is, in Avho have died within a few Avecks. Tn DEALERS I-Nreality, for the time being, a living corpse. this connection it is recorded that the late An injury to the brain from a fragmit Governor Randolph and his Avife Martha, of a shell has throAvn another soldier, PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, reared noAv intke hospital Bautzen, into the Pninla, Oils, eleen children, si, daughters and five same condition, Avith the exception that Window Glass, Varnishes, pons, all of Avhom lived to a mature age. his fingers coutinnally move as if he FINE TOILET ARTICLES, James Lewis, Dr. Benjamin Franklin, were in the act of knitting. late a Virginia State Senator; George AND A Cautious Lady. The Millwaukeo Washington, Secretary of War in tne GOODS. Southern Confederacy ; Mrs. Bankhead Wisconsin of Saturday contains this my2d3m Amiddlc-age: and Cornelia are deceased ; one son, mention of a lady lady Colonel Thomas Jefferson, now in his from the country, who had never sat for A. & G. W. year ; Mrs. Coolidgc, of a picture, Avas in Bangs gallery yesterBoston ; Mrs. N. P. Trist and Miss Mary, day for that purpose. Having adjusted THREE DOORS WEST OF rOST OFFICE, of Alexandria, and Mrs. Meikleham, for- her properly in the chair, operator went C01in.DC, merly .of New York, but noAv of Virginia, to take a look at her through the camera, are still living; an instance of remarkable and was surprised to find she had tucked Wholesale anl Retail dealers in the bottom of her dress under her feet, longevity in one family. and under the legs of the chair, all around. PROVISIONS, The fossil ship of the Yumali desert, Why, madam, why fix your dress so cirso half in which look not ? of been has for he asked ; youll LIQUORS, Arizona, rumor TOBACCO, culation forseAeral years, has been sought avcII Ah, I know what I am way. , CIGARS, for and found. It is deeply imbedded in doing, my daughter looked through that CAN the sand at a distance of several miles thing when she was here to get her AND from the Fort Yumah road and is said picture last week, and she says as soon the little look thst at person to be a real ship a bark that proudly as you glass breasted the waves, at a time when its you look at turns upside down ! bottom of the present grave Avas at the AIM TO KEEP A GENERAL AESOBT-meA very pleasant and wholesome fumithis ancient bark ? came Whence ocean. WE both for Family of Fresh Bv what people Avas it . built ? Who gation of a sick room is effected as follows: and the Jobbing Trade.Groceries, were they that it carried over the waves Take a shovel that is not perforated, and . 49-- ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. of an ocean lost through time and rake into it some coals, on which pour Purchasers from the minss sis requested to exmjr2dtf amine our prlees. , vinegar. change ? Echo answers, who? my2-d3- m - Chinese) Goods. HAVING RESIDENT fx-o- ny2-d3- I. -- IMPORTING DIRECT FROM CHINA JAPAN AND Onr Cacilltiec in IVMEealt thr Hoff OCa tUd in Am oonntrjr. m ...... J. PARTNERS Uf Chicago and San Francisco, .FRUIT d n LEIWES Wholesale and Retail dealer inessay on marriage as follows : There is no one thing more lovely in this life, GROCERIES LIQUORS, CIOARSf, We call the attention Respectfully or Montana Doalorcf To C3- 3- TAGERT, Quaker City Stables, tarco af Ttla FcTr? f Gtcs!: --AND top-heav- v, OCfeth belaid v amjr XSarSssi tf saloon', my2-d3- m Auction Prices 43a3rden promptly filled. Purchaser fttnh1 Montana coming to Corinne, sre requested1 to call sad examine Stock and Prices. PRINCIPAL OFFICES t California Street, 2, 45 Michigan Avenue, t PARWELL, well-regulate- Sam PrameUeet 37 Second Street, -- mydtf Or J. W. LESSEE. d, - my2-d3- m GEORGE ... - MONTANA STREET, Wholesale C0RINNF.- in and Retail Deader Furniture and Boddlhg, AND r Constantly receimny . a fine assortment OF BUREAUS, CHAIRS, Tables, Bodateado, T'Ssfc 'SAFES, LOUNGES, grand-daughte- DRUGGI S - Washotando, Cribo, j EXATTRA80R8 ADD ALSO, A FANCY , DDCtDO, YAUSnt C-3- . d - niy2-d3i- n J. ! I3etcffic''&uricl Cicca. STANIyEY, BABY CARRIAGE! Montana GROCERIES, tbt FRUITS OF ALL 8TTLSF TOGETHER WITH A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF a . , mSRORS, ALWAYS car , c&ssx j ISAAC. D. HU1TTC0H, a i CONFECTIONERY. Commllcslca Corner cz3 nt 8 A NO. 2, 1871. Battery 8AH PRAEC BSSOy; canoirroN ELLgwarra a . .r. .