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JOHN II.aMARtOX IIKSJ. H. WUAVKIL
I'aWHtttcn xt I'mfffMort.
After This the Deluge.
Although the Em tern dispatches, so far as
they pretend to give the majorities and de
tails of the election in the Eastern States,
arc undoubtedly greatly exaggerated, there
cannot, in our estimation, ho the least doubt
that General Grant has been elected Presi
dent by what may bo really termed an over
whelming majority ol electoral votes. Be
yond all question, also the next Congress
will hare a two-thirds majority pledged to
tuo principles anu jioncy wincti Hare con
trolled the present body. So far as the elec
tion of General Grant is concerned, all good
citizens can stand that. Thelronly reirret is,
that his i)owcr for irood as President will not
be equal to the requirements of the country,
Directory of Yavapai County.
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Prataat 4W. IIB1BKI4H llMMKf,
UMM ) IHJ J0 M. ltOS'SIKKR.
Mm- A. J. Mwr.
j). fraMMla, J"" TIW,
Coasty Timwir Wjiusu Coar.
cvnr im owrt, aw. wmx. j a.
TKttJIS 01' C01THT8 :
IWrt W-Hf.t M4ajr My, 1 Tel Miw-
j ia OiaaSar. . .
hn.twl. rtfS l"Vf Mm4 h Jaaiurr. April, Jely
IRtAltl) Of 8n,RRVISH5i
r, CaalL Jaw n. 0aa,M. J'. II. W4tl.
Kmri aaMl. M tk llrH MiMHbf b Janxry, Afflt
Jalf MWl OUamir, t Ift.
Jt STtCia OP THE JT.ACR:
aaial 1! HUlr. Owwja W IUJ.
If wo examine the time-books of our trunk
railways we shall ilnd in some of them a dis
tinct statement that Greenwich time is kept
"on this railway and all its branches;" in
others, in which no similnr notice occurs, the
fame rule is by unirersal consent followed;
indeed, if uniform time were not thus kept,
It would be an extremely difficult task to
regulate safely tho great number of trains
which travel with varying speed over many
of our principal lines, some of which must
wait at definite jwints, while other, which
run quicker, pass. "With uniform time, in
deed, the safe working of our crowded lines
i a problem sufficiently difficult, and we can
hardly conceive how much these difliculties
' Giants of Olden Times.
In one of his recent lee lures, Professor Sll
liman, the younger, alluded to the discovery
of the skeleton of an enormous lizard, of
eighty feet. From this the professor inferred,
as no living specimen of such magnitude has
been fount!, that the species which it repre
sents has heootnu degenerated. The verity
of his tiosition ho endeavored to enforco by
Three Sources of Wealth.
In one of his splondid speeches, recently
uttered, the Dcmosthenesc of the mighty
West, George II. Pendleton, said:
There are three sources of wealth. I sco
around me gontlotnen who, like- roysoif, be
long to the persuasion of the law; we are
jealous of our profession; but. gentlemen, let
...ii i .1.-. tt i i
an allusion to the well known existence of i "1 : ' r 'i ::..t.i"i
The following is the , , , ,.,,,, . nn fl1,rMi;a
L'ianU in olden times.
list on which this singular hypothesis is
The giant exhibited at ltmn In 1880, th
profojwor says, meaMifvd nearly oigliteon feet.
Goranius mv; it tiiil that was ten feet hh.
The L'iant Galahm, lirowirht from Arabia
nor to t he gencnilly-cntcrtalncd opinions of , would be increased were we to revert to the to jme. under Clawltn Cusaar, was ten
his patriotism, intelligence, anil desire to do
good R'rrice to the Kation. What thought
ful men have to regret what the great mass
of the people will regret ere another year
rolls over ther heads is the selection of an
other .Congress to carry out and jcrjetuate
the policy of that now in existence. General
Grant, even though ever so much inclined,
can no more control such a Congress than he
can the winds of heaven. It will have a
two-thirds majority, and be able to oserride
his vetoes. The Senate tan alo control his
appointment. lie must, therefore, cither be
come tae servile instrument of Congress, or
else l placed in irreconcilable hostility to
that body, as President Johnson has been.
For all practical purposes no matter what
may be General Grant's opinions or desire
the people have gircn n new lease of power
to the Hutler's nntl Wades who hare con
trolled tho orient Consrrs; who have In-
system of our forefathers, by which oach place
kept its own local time.
Hut the rentier may ask, what is Greenwich
j time 7 mid what local time? and why does
j Greenwich time povess such peculiar value
I over that of any other place as to cause it to
, lc, so to say. at a premium 7 And what is
' mean time? These matters we will endeavor
! simply to explain.
The sun, as everybody knows, determine
what we call day ami night, on account of
the alternate light and darkness ; the daily
Famium, who lived in Uw time of Kstgene
II, measured eUrren and one-half feet.
The Ctiivelier Serog, in his voyage to the
Peak of Teneriire, foandjinone of the cavern
of that mountain, the heed of Gttttkb, who
had sixty teeth and was ttoi las than fifteen
i ilfillkr of l eal 111 Ut the count rv : n
! ever did ; no preacher ever did ; no hanker
ever did. W are al! usefsl, I innf, In our
several retatftms In life; but it is our bul
I mm to take advantage of the misfortunes
l and follies of other men, and when they haro
I earned the dollar to put it in our xekets.
1 Laosrbtcr. I There are three sources of
weeltt. The man who gw down into tho
miae and labor there and brings up from the
bowel of the earth the goM, awl the lead,
and the tin. and the silver, produces wealth.
The men who, like mwt of you from early m
the iMrniitK till Use in the evening, and
I from Jne till Decetnbrr. toil anon te cr-
nephew of Cbarletnange, was twentyigbt , . '
In ISM. near St. Oernmln. was UmpA the
return of the sun is. therefore, ued as our or- i tomb of the giant Isorent, who was not to
diuary measure of time. Two kinds of solar . than thirty feet hieh.
.. r i . . i . 1 : . . . 1
I ume are oi necesiiy eropiojeu iruc
and mean solar time. Hut why two kinds of
Business & Professional Cards.
Dr. J.7T. KcCANDLESS,
I 1 1 VA I CI AX AXI MlltCJKO.V,
(Ute ntlht V. S Army.)
II Wn. nf wh WMdwuAy
, la. ABa A. W bMfr't tr, MvaUtaou.
solar time? Hecausc true solar time cannot
cons'cnicntly Iw usetl in practice, as we will
explain. We must premise that true solar
time at any place is such as Is lurnisneo ux a
sun dial, or, more accurately, at noon, by no-
creaad the public debt screral millions every ting when the shadow of a erpendicHlar line
or roil lulls Hue norm line true norm anu
south line lcing supjiosed to le known), tlwt
instant txrin'' liwu true solar time. ow,
trr Ma T4,
PmH, NatnaVr W.
J. I. IIA1K.RAVK,
ATTORNEY AND COt'KSKI.OIt-AT-LAW,
MonUuma ruert, l'reeott, Aritona.
ATTORN BY AND COUNSKM3R-AT-LAW.
menth; who bare declared that negro suff
rage must henceforth be the rule, and who
hare made the iutcrests of the Nation sub
serrient to thoe of party leaders. Grant
will Min le without a party in Congress, or
ele will Ikj the pliant tool of oligarchs. We
hare sufficient confidence in his honesty and
firmness to believe that he never will become
the latter. Hut in cither event, the Repub
lican triumph of Tuesday is only the fore- i tenening year I Only on three ter
runner ol ttie destruction oi mo uepuuncan .ionathe sun ixxns en
party. Its real leaders hare Income too eor- ( o'clock but four tiroes in the year about
nipt, ami hare now been matie two iwwcriui i June l.tli,St'ptjiber 1st, ami lisceniberim
leetwn. . . i fWei of the eroantl. and make K briiMr forth
The giant r-erregos, sta.H 5 tBia Be0B ofT.uman
lite ; and tbc men who, with his skill and
laW, takes these things that are hronght up
from the bowete of the enrth, and enllod
roa the ssarfare of the earth, and UntJs ami
union tem ior the nse of men int tare Im
niesMsU of civilised life -th are the three
prodneen of wealth, and hthor Is necessary
to thetn alt. And it is the nun who makes
the wealth who pays the uxe. Yon do not
ge to tee Trraaairr' oiik t mjr them ; but
let tne tU yess what y do. U hen tohi buy
your tee, your eoHee. and yonr sugar, you
par the storekeeper the acnoitnt he i-sid the
wkolaajale dealer, and tbe wholesale dealer
ebarge! him the amostnt be had paid ia New
Tort, when he entered at the essatora house
h'm tea, eoflee or sogar. What is the reason
you cannot by a posunl of tea, enflVo or su
iter now aa yon cooid eight years age 7 Net
becso the enrmsey k enUrjred, thMgh that
nmr hmee eoennthiNc to tie with it, bnt te
osnee the duty k cnW renal, and the man who
In 1500. near JUmen. was fimnd a skeleton
whose sknll held a bthef of evrn, and who
was nineteen (art kirh.
The giant ttaesMt was twenty-two feet high; :
his tbterh tione was fiwnd m 1701, near the ;
lUver iloderi. I
In lel, near the esUe in Danphinc, a !
tomb was found thirty feet long, sixteen
wide, and eight high on which wn it in
grar utone thf words Kietoteehut Hex."
The skefeton was bond enUre tti l lone,
let a clock at any place be set with the sun, q fat across the shonMr, and feet from
sar April 15. Suppose the etoek to go uni- j tftc btaawt hone to the hark,
formly and accurately for a rear, tbn about ! Pulennn, in Skily, in 15U, was IoshmI
the same day of the year following, the ckwk ! .V-eleton of a giant thirty feet hifh. the
and sun will ajrain l tocether. Hut will : uj the sine of a boehad, and eneh of
! tbey have been together tnrougtioui tne in- tneth weifhed v
the merklian at 12 , (K tho- eVr,.- and the n-t friwps wss JTrt T' r . " k a T
r - . . . i ipn aaasfra ui a fcanaw arw
for the people to tolerate them another four
rears. The misfortune is that the reorde
muat sutler Krcatir in tue meanwsne. i ocy j lnc dock, the grrateat deviations twing lour
musl suffer lor their own lack of judgment , teen ami a half minute in February, and a
A great portion of those who voted for Gen- I little more than sixteen minutes in Novem
eral Grant are oppoed to the general policy i iTi the sun being after the clock at the fer
and acts of tho present Conr rc, and so they ' ,nr time and lclbre it at the latter time. The
eenerally declare; but in voting for General , ditreroncc is caused by inequality in the mo
nmttne in nroalacuH! UNM umn Use i
pwnc Hot theWWtory of jrivst derinf th j
,J.l.n tirrui wim nut more retiMarV-at4 (MM '
At all other time the sun will have eubor Men time wns nut more resnarV-i
btn somewhat before or snreesrhst behind .kit of dwarfs, sessetal f whew
smaller than the Thnasbs ami NU of our
Grant they have virtually indorsed princi
pies anil acts which they abhor, and which,
most likely, he does not entertain. It is un-
Kathuijakx "There is," says HnheWt.
no other outward maeitnstatioM of WtM
t k rnardnmaM inmntlotM of
tion of the sun (strictly speaking, we ibocld . iwi-thwirh whit, In
sar motion of the earth). That od Sol is th, . riof ,rmi of a iew tco& or minute.
a larger number of hnonn lirinpi hare bean
his course may le new to seme
Nit-oCww If ererytldag. He fn
cninplrtr He bad in Ms brain the cube of
hnman nsdtiea. He made codes like Jtuti
ntan; he dictated Mke Csesnr; hi conTersa
tion iotned the lifatntng of Pa-seal to tbo
IhnmderbuU of Taeitn : be made history And
he wrote it ; his bsnsetins are Iliads; hocom
hined the tamres of Newtsm with tbc meta
Ui of Mahomet ; he left liebind him in the
Orient wordf.aslKrand asthe pyramWs; at
TuVst he tAocht mstesty to Kir.tKTors : at the
Acadenrr of Sciences h rerilied to Lardacc ; la
A. E. DAVIS,
ATTOHBY .OTI) COCN8Et.0R-AT.LAW.
Mohave City, Artm Terrhery.
Mltn H'tfUl SaS
HUleians lell the K-ople, in telr cstima- nmey inconvenient to make our clocks w.r and ."hc, sre Ut wak m3 iP, 1 ll tLmctx of
tion, no other alternative than to do what j keep With the sun throughout the rear, and j of luftrnerton in conifsri- . JJf tf rflCTSjlS
a-v - - - J - I I ! I I SIV. MV.I1.S. k. fS " i atrtt n StafaBmaC Ml NMTtiat Mil OLaei IWafWIll iw nes .
earthonake nm mm all other lAenosnrna
agenu of sndden deetraeOaMi. so the Impro
sion which they prod nee on ttw-c who, for
the first tisne, eerienot their ecu, u pe-
P. P. HOWARD, M. 1).,
?iY3icrVN' -Arr Hunoiso.v.
Perhsps the country msy come out of the ; thus cumes mean solar time, or moan time.
sea of affliction in which it is now involved, tnflt is used In the daily busine of life, a
purified and made better, wter and stronger. litinguibed from truo solar time, which
Through much tribulation, we finally enter ; rv with mean or dock time only on ionr
Inln Hiu i ,i rrA rttn tt Atw Aa fir th n 1 1 rt- . .1 F L. r. r n. lLa linM nrttVUM li 1-
h-" ' -"j - - i u.v ut " -i vMima oonrace iimas; oi a uiua
or-ruin Ocmocrauc leatlers who have con- ,,entk.neL The difference between the two 'u ar,A t iwodtwwd by the shock of
. !i . . i . i. ,n i . i : . i - ... .,- ,, i .it -l, - ... . -
inutiKKi nj mncii i nm in irriuLiiis iuc ic- gacll oxy l generally girra in tniaai
eent mifrtune wiio hail not the brains to J uf repute, in a column usually headed
eomtKidiend the situation who could not "Clock lenre the Sua,"1 or u Clock alter the
the Mtronoaners ; like Cromwell Mowing out
one tndse when two were lighted, be went
to the TsMfsle tn cheapen a enrtain Ussel ;
he sftsr rrnrTthinn: ie knew everything;
.JAMES P. BULL,
.'ri-? Clerk, lT. S. Omniuuxier and IltetnUr,
lUrdjtillc, MoUare County, Arizona.
mJirA. al all tim. Ut Um Jrawhur f 1,
"OLESALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provision,
"..ii;, Dry-Good- Iteoi. She, Hat, (.,
SIT At the old sund formerly occupied by B.
I..V PA '., Arizona. felSOi.
KUSTEL & HOFMANN,
METALLURGISTS AND ASSAYERS.
G.M ami Sitter lluUlm .Utayd.
" NERL ASSAYS AND ANALYSIS MADE
';t Commercial Street, San Vranelseo.
via axii Oot.n Our worked In smslt lots up
to a hundrwl pound'-, by Chlorlnatlon
and other methods.
'n Francisco, Ct, June 27, 18GS. Jyl8ro6
nnderstaiHl the spirit and temper of the leo
plo we hopo they will take to heart the
jrreat lesson tubt by tbc recent elections.
From the start they placed the arty on the
defensive, with all the odds against them,
ami as a consequence of such a foolish style
of warfare, have lost the battle. Here, in
California, they did better ; but even here the
Sun," a the ease may be.
We have tutv is eusisdsr ho dliiinciion
between Grconwieh time and local Ume. The
sun, as any one can , travels throngh the
sky from east to west. Evidently, therefore,
to all places attested on a sssnj-OMfd north and
south line, it will le noon, or one o'cioek. or
two o'cloek, etc., at the same Instant. Thu,
mltarly and MtMnimM awtnL Mtm m re-. . m MM UarflinK the
'"rtd, i 15 f ' ( good man's Vangh hy th cradle of bis little
aUe drtHtd," jodtid by the fn S fWM ,n tTaot. startled Enrope Hsten-
anba,ake, even swaeessmnsssed hy ; . srmin uweiTe m march, parks of
nbrrnan no. The r'' j arttnerr n4M aW hoipt of boats streteh
thsvt of .imple fenr, hut a fee'AftU abolnte wj; rrx - rr gained
nJn TW r- fcr 5 ,r so hmriaMe crie, tnsmts, a'trembong
lost the jnjwtr of sralisnr real from kigi- (jf tLramrt the frontiers of tho
ary cause J error. ne sw J khsffdoms flated upon the mm, the sound
1 thrown into astate of terror nd str. 'u,-. Uadewas henrd learfnc from
. : . . . .. .
Oomocrata uflerel terribly for the folly of Tw ti la noon at Greenwich it is ale noon
the Eaatern leaders of tho party. San Fran-! t j,lj-es directly north or directly south
tioo CaU, ! of nrts-ntclch ; and ibailarly for otbor hour ,
or. In other words, the local time at an sucn
r?"IIUnU Mlnlne "' lHlalni rela,
l"ll mill Crnrritl I'oss tra-tif-Atlornry,
'" .for.iaU ut llie Sllntr Ofllce.
E A 11 It A G B M E IV T !
0000 FRRNCH I1UEAI).
KXfELLKNT VIF3, CAKB3, tc.,
hf Carlo lprz, a ftrt-c!ass baker and
-' ooic, aio of Hermoislllo, Sonora, ssill be
uad and for sale,
At SCHRGJDEP.'S BAKERY,
'''zam Street, l'resrott.on ami after Sunday,
A J't 18, ANTONIO ViWANUERA.
v CARLO LOI'EZ.
"rQtl, August 15, im.
ItU SAL. 12 A
NO. 1. COWS
A. G. DUNN.
Track or tiik Ciuxcsc Hkiicli.io.v.
Carleton" write to the Boston Journal from
" Utwn ercry hand not only here in Nan
king, hut eTcry mile along the river, arc ru
ins. Kcsiilenu ticre say tuat tbc etruction
of life may be estimated at twenty-five mill
ion. 1 he struggle commenced in tne soutn
west prorince o? Yuuan, on the borders of
Ilurraab. It spread to Canton it rolled
down the valley of the Yang-tc-e to Shang
hai, and down the Yellow River to Peking.
Every one of the great cities of the interior
fell into the bands of the rebels. They took
possession of town and country. It was a (
struggle in which no quarter was shown by ;
either party. Heads of prisoners were chop-,
pod off without compunction, tnst rengcance j
might overtake them in the future world.
The rebel consumed all that came In their
way. Desolation marked their progress.
DiseaM) and famine followed them. It was a
struggle which lasted nearly twenty year.
We look out from tho deck of tho Meaner
uon heaps of ruins which marked the site of
towns once jwpulous. Captain Friend, of
this steamer, saw the last victorious attack
of tho Imperial troops upon tho rebel of this
city, the cutting ol! ol neaus on me snore,
tbc sinking ol tnousatius oi rcoeis in iue m-
er as thoy attempted to escape, There was
no merer, no comnassion. no Humanity, anc
imperial troops were animateu oy o
sire only to Kill; anu tnai nau oceu mo
policy of the rebels. It was a terrible har
vest which was reaped on these meadows
during tho years."
Notiiiso on earth can smile but human
beings. Gems may flash reflected light; but
what is a diamond flash compared with an
cvc-flash and a mirth-flash t A face that can
not smile is like a bud that cannot blossom.
Laughter is day, and sobriety is night; a
smilo is the twilight that borers gently be
tween both, and Is more bewitching than
cither. It is possible for us all to wear a
smilo or a frown, at our own option. Either
become habitual from frequent repetition.
nlaee will be the same a Greenwich Ume.
And manifestly, as the son comes from the
'Swine and dor," My Humboldt,
tksflariy aiiVted hy the pnenomei
Make." And be adds Utat "the very
slile of th Orinoco, otherwise a dnmb as i
oar little Iturds, k-are the shaken bed of the
tream and run bfttowinr into the wavads."
Humboldt's explsnatisjM sf the fMssnttar sen
sation of alarm awl awe pmiucmi uy earcn
oke utvMi those who for the tint time er-
i ..nM. t .fWl taT the Tabessotnena. is in
cast, it will ! noon at all places cast of our j ' ...uiiit.. d. correct one. "The irn-
imaginary north and south line txfor it is ere'i noU" he says, "the oanso-
noon at Greenwich ; oorrcsixmdlngly. at all nftOCe r the ncolU-ction of dentrnctive ca-
placrs to the wet. The greater the distance fartfor,Bft, wesMited Ut our imacination by
of the place from Greenwich, east or west, nirr.tirr of historical events t what seize
the creater will le the interval by which the , . .nd.WtiMr in the disabu of 1
local time will precwle or follow that of Green- I . r.uu tk uxidityof the solid and surest ! boMiholderism and Loukrardiftn,
wich. The distinction letwecn local time ' (lUtn of the earth. From early e!M-1 Hence, with the maudlin, meandering
and Greenwich time enable u to explain j ve sre habituated to the eentrast be- weateerroeklsm of IVk Kaw 'tear down
also tho term longitude. The difference of j txrttcn tm; mobile clement water, and the ira- i the flanntin? Ke P a banner of tissue, that
tongitulo between any two places is merely ; ro0jiity f the soil on which w stand. AH i flatters to the htost breex but perishes In
the li!!orence uetwecn uieir iocu time, mm. tb CTMjcnec)l 0f our sence eonnm tws l- the first storm: . ' i
lief lint when suddenly the crosrad begins ; Wither the int. rate arm that xriokis iU
to rock beneath us,tbe leeling of an unknown.
h theath, men saw htm standing erect Tn tbo
horizon with a name in his hands and a re
sniediK in his vycs, vniblding in the thun
der his two wings, the Grand Array and the
Old Guard, and be was the archangel of war.
Itnn Hot.' Under the caption of Down'
; With It,' ' Ited Hot' thus scorches the Nesr
York HoradinMlrkk' Pomeroy's DmocraU
rerish the spurious sheet thnt xllutea
: the ret aims of Democratic principle, and.
I labors o drag dawn the proud invincibility
the dlsabfl of Use In-' under the glided Juggernaut of eurreptltlons'
thn lnniritude of ar.r place is thus iU differ
enc in time from some point fixed on as ,
standard. The selection of a place of refer- j
.nM ta ulim-fithrr arbitrary, and each can- 1
itnl city is usually adopted. The English
count from Greenwich, the French from I aris.
Thus we see thst Greenwich having long
been tho point from which longitudes were
counted by the English, Greenwich time
n.inrallr came to be that adopted when the
nccosaity for uniform tim aro. QtamWt
Mox. Fi.iMMAB.iOK recently read a paper
on baloons iKfore the Academy or feciences,
in the course of which he stated that the
whistle of a locomotive is heard 3,000 yards j
in the air; therumbleof the locomotive train, ;
2,500 yards; tho report oi a musnei, tue
bark of a dog, 1.800 yards; the crow of a
cock, tho ical of a bell, 1,000 yards; an or
chestra, the roll of a drum, U00 yards; the
human voice, 1,000 yards; the croaking of
frogs, 900 yards; the chirp of crickets, 600
yards; words uttered by the human voice
spoken on earth to persons in the air, arc dis
tinctly heard 600 yards; words spoken in tho
air to persons on earth are distinctly heard
only 100 yards.
A cunions book is announced to appear
shortly in Paris, entitled "The Bible in In
din." The author states that bo found In
the "Vedas" the greater part of the Biblical
drivelUs qmtl m the sickly praise of that It
rnystorious power in nature enming into ope- dreads and ret wnssM strangle!
ration and shaking the solid done arises in ! We will tight it out on this line if It takes4
the mind. The Sllosion of the whole oi oar . forty otntnne ! UMnoeraU, rally l wbitn ;ir-
.... . . - e .
earlier lueis anniktiatett
in an Instant." : ers to the rear
A Noblk Sextimcst. Hanlly anything Is
more contemptible than the conceit which j
rests merely upon social petition the con
ceit of those who imagine they are thus di
vorced from tho clay of common men; of
tboc who tum with horror from the idoa of
work, as something which degrades by it
very contact, and vet who very likely owe
their position to some not very remote ances-
tor, who recogntang ms can to worn,
more honestly in tne worm im vnej .
and was not ashamed or work, from wnien
they draw their income, and which glorified
tbfiir nlor more with soiled aprons and
black gown, than themselves with their fine
ribbons and flashing jewelry.
Nr.w Host roa the Colorado. The
Stockton Gaztttt says that a new stern-wheel
steamboat, named the CAfn-f-ran, has been
built in that city. She was built expressly
for the Colorado river, under the superinten
dence of the present commander, Captain H.
T. Rogers, who took the first boat up the
Colorado river as high as Callyille.
If you can't live throneh this camps!
die now ! Hurrah for eymor ami UJal
'Awake, arise, or be Jarorflr fallen! P
High-ton with the right!
31 EN, to the front!"
Ax Ou Settlur. An engineer, employed
in building a bridge in Prance, lately ordered
a btoek of stone, abut thirty feet fn dtam
oter, t be broken, and there was found In
the middle of it an adder as large as a man's
fist, twisted nine times around in a spiral
jhie. Aeesistomed to this dark and dose
prison, It died in five minutes after being ex
posed to the open air. An attempt was made
to untwist n, out wunout sueccss. mo
stone round which it lay was quite smooth.
On a careful examination there was not found
the least hole or crevice in the stone.
Tut man who has so little knowledgeof
human nature as to seek happines by cbanp
ing anything but his own disposition will
waste his life in fruitless efforts and multiply
the griefs which he proposed to remove.
Is Milwaukee ther call a harness maker
j "horse milliner."