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'init lwas,-Wral1, bi.-and
aI 1P . s contented and
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Obittgirded many of the forms, and
the supeXftuous words and
j eournalism' It under
en-a fresn,sueginct, unea-e
as r lthe news of-the world
event ot human interet,A
8qWriC. ujor aalre with the fearless
votics Oatwe in,iepf-naenee. The -sue
g lO p. ritent was the success of
,-efrected a permanent change
JPe aW '. Armerican newspapers. Every
con)tmnflWIict1rntI estat>lW'isb+ this coUn
n years pwst has been mod
E %UN. Every important
n 31bc' gd ;AXn bettere dy the fore
s IM2 will be the fnae out
11noWM4, .telling. and interesting news
25 cents for
- use of the means which an
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ijs Cej iVale,at all the news putting it into
'e, and iiasmrgits impor
g All Che traditional yardstick. bi.t.
personal intest to the people. Distance
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inre. cash Lns worth, re- ng we g.
This whether i bapDdns in.
oli ? Co, have decided opiniona;-and
eau (.O Sprua to express -them in- lan
tracth may -be' udrt9tesy
---- -O- bwAt men and. ets. That
Mr. L. S.yveeret of TM-aW,AiO,.
esperity s 2rsinjo%ig1it pates
pee. 'ote seven ditfly i-MeW
~kel,eport, aI a WCberal
Deaths. itery, cinuc, and'do
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- - t .the beLA newspaler fAr
joing near J~h1that was everprt,
in tje Q4th now and read alike
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For Febmr 'ar"eaieir,
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Stewed, Fried an4 OF THE
after the 18th Octob,
of Ilis,.N.3.;~1i~ St!BCTAflTATE
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The seed yield
in this issue,~
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A DebatiaTdo asgoodWorkasapy press
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TALL SIZE PRESSES, TYPE,
s in IIINWREERY COUNTY.
'QJaol B, Fetern Protaae Judge-. +~
5'nJiWheeas, laner .P. 0Q.almers, Clerk
of Court, bhath: made sait-c me, to grat
.ingters,PAdministrtor, de baiEs non
'~j~~ue,';of teEsmae and
q- smegur the krli&dand-ctedit
,gg-ae.edeceased, hate;,be anid
eppedrg bfdre me, in the Coigt pfPobate,.
16sasebedsatNewbewry Come House, on
the 20th daX of Januarymext, siter ,pnbli
cation -hereoftt I ."clockinte fairnoon,
to - i ngtr gae, why the
- MminUistato abouild notbe grnted.
) Qiesanader my hand, this10 ~Eday of
Deember Anno Domini 1881.
,A ThIM 'S.
ac Lgehrn.n, Solicitor? ofLAmerican-.and
?o'ele -Snts, 'Washingsoa A AWl
- monnecteSd with- .Pate*ts, whether
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ptyattendeddo. NO uaee made n-l
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TUM15S PnLWgBare especlalyatptedto
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Large-Size Steel Efvinig Handsome Photo
graph Albumn,'Er Copy for 1882.
number or18,costalnlngai sse5te
for e 10, 'sriber
wll ~ tejrtWee of theseg
pa aore,alon, thn 'tsubscrip
FaramouS-au,aziethe best and chea
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BEST STEEL ENGRAVINGS, T
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$4~e tey wriil'be able to aceormnodate .
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MYERS .. DICKERT. '
Oct. 5, 40-4m. . .
NEWI YORK SHlOPPI s
Everybody is delighted with th ase
anid beautiful selection -made by Mrs. La- t1
mar, who has sa:sa IkILED to ~ 1ess'e her
customers. New Fall circular just issued.g
Send for it. g
Address MRS2 ELLEN LAMAR, -
877 Broadway, New York.
. was nade to be eaten,
And not to be drank;
Tbe tbhed ina ar,
Not soak in a tank.
I come al a blessing
WtIen at in a aiti,'
WhA.Irn 'through stil .
Vakeme.up into loaves,
And your children are fed;
Bat if into drink,
I wistarve them instead
In bread I'm a servant,
The eater shall rule;
-Ip4rink I am master,
Thvdrtnker a fool.
Then remember the warning- .
My strength I'll employ,
It eaten to strengthen,
If drunk to destroy.
Pieeliewis bianced .n66%f-boe1
f her slippers, upon the top of 9
ider-barrel, gatheringop>, W Fe
om Carre 66Wo&asong with hii
gW up with red and yel
w apples, and,a big, lueciousO
olden pd'npkii,in"tbe 4abaer
Pinkie immediately hopped ofl
VTercb, and hid behind the
alk with, the pumpkin, saw the
ie >f"er pThk--dress.
'CitFfool-'-me, Miss Pink Pen
..ere upon the porlh. 'i
9 see through more things than
ic first pumpkin of the season.
Pinkie ecrasbled uPr shook-out
or-skirt -iudsurveyed the' pump
in, half-wonderingly, from under
ieurim" 'of.her. hat, tniiig ber
ick upon Tom, who, bowever,
Wly went_ d Wn. the path,
histling carelessly, and drove off
),..wn-with his apples,
Tom and Pinkio having indulg
i in a neat little tiff the week
ifore, bad since amused them
ivesby .ging_to, .freeze each
,her,- vef u"u sfully, it
oWd, seem, judging., by the
armth of. temper both could ex
ibit on the smallest provocation.
njd d;is was ibe$irst timelEom
d called her since the last uin
Did I ever.' said Pinkie, and
anced over her shoulder to see
Torn was lookdi back, hich,
:oirse' he was, whereat Pinkie
rued scarlet-and scowled, though
>m 'was too ,far off to see that'
p he's, trying- to make up,'.ehe
ntinued, 'what does he be suoh
sick about it for ? Expects me
go two-thirds of the way, ol
Gre;men always.-do. Bot he
~gan the row, and if ho wants to
ake up, let him say so, out and
it. See. through nrore. tban a
rrl ! Just bim-a ways insina
Arid Pinkie, thus foolishly fan
og her anger, sat down on the
op and kicked her toes against a
The bone of contention which
d served Tom e,nd Pinkie with
:ues for more than one sqluab.
e -was a gentleman from this
t,y, who was spending.the sum
e tL thegfarbi Gw-ned by Pinkie's
other-in-law, a comfort,able, old.
shioned homestead, with clover
rpeted jeIhardsw-~o1oed with
~nse ..sbade, and baunted by the
rging .murmur of a brook.and
,slumbherons hium'of-bees .
Mdjboite~T boarder found an
d.hara,. thoughi - possibly a
~eig one, in Pinkie's spirited
~own eyes and piquant manner.
n P'nkie-why Pinkie would
bSr coqoettieb to a inullein
alk and never .tbought. seriou sly
the smatter at, a),!.
Why shouldn't she walk to
rh with Mr. Bathmerton and
aV red rose-bad in his coat 1
ry, thbet, shonld Tomn loom up
e a cloud and cast cold water on
er innocent amusement ? To be
re they had been the same as
gaged-Tom and Pinkie-since
e days. they went nutting to
ther and quarreled over their
ramijar. .But that was, no reason
-so Pinkie thought-why e
oIl not. Iook at any one else.
To make matters a little worse,
o,m. had a stlisb young lady
66nin visitin'g his house, whosej
company, ?inkie-had told him, he
no doubt found a very agreeable
substitute for hers, a supposed fact
she thoroughlj resented, notwith
standing the proverb says it is I
a poor, rule that will not work i
Bnt here on the porch lay I
TomW'a gift, and (probably) peace
offering, for having been unusually I
bitter at their last tilt, and per. I
haps-the~ scowf had- deparited I
-from Pinkie's forehead; her eyes
were growing tender.
Young Hatherton s t r o I I e d
around the corner, with his straw
hat tilted gracefully on one side, I
and a handful of early wild pqr.
pie asters, which he presented to.
'These,' he said, 'are a much t
more fitting offering to beauty. I
than is a pumpkin !'
He pronounced the words scorn.
fully; he had witnessed Tom's
visit, and, now _eyed-his gift with
much .disdain, %hich unaccount- i
ably nettled Pinkie.
'They .are prettier to look at,
she answered, 'but I don't sup ,
p Iose they wduld do idite isawell
The young. -man shrugged his
shoulders and sauntered away in-.,
differently; his- gallantry of ate "
as growing rather.carelessA4d 3
And Pinkie was inconsiktent'
enough to puts the asters -in her I
hair, ahd tben pull them out aid u
throw them under the step. After d
which method of relieving her 4
feelings she picked up the pump" a
kin and'eirried it into the kitchen..
iad so made the. discovery tiat,
- s 'scrap of piper .ttash
ed to the- bit of stem which re- d
mained'tothe pumpkin. And this i
was written on -the paper :
'Come over to-morrow.' For.
giveness ind pumpkin pies can p
solace an injured spirit.'
-HowlikeTon!' - a
A small dimple found its way k
to Pinkie's rosily-velvet cheek; b
and Pinkie's. married sister, Flora, s
a plump, white, - and generally a
sweet'- tempered little wbnin, e
came in and saw it.
Hami Tou and Tom made np ?
she asked. d
'1 haven't,' answered Pinkie. -d
'Are you going to ?' d
'Don'it know,' perverse Pinkie r
"Yea are a very foolish girl ifyou s
don't,' said Flora, 'and 1 will say
he is too good for you.'
Pinkie seratched her rosy eat 'a
with her hairpin, and smiled at
'What do you think,' she askedr .g
'of a rnan supposing he could finp
balm for his wrongs i.-upi y
'1 should says gnswered Florag
'if the man was Tom, ydu bad
*b2Yteislhfe pies, an d ake
'em as-good as possible.' -- s
'Oh, you're so awfully practical7'
said Pinkie, darting off with her a,
chestnut mane flying.
But alt the same, before next~
morning's sun had mounted very a
high in the heavens, a trim little t
lady, neatly done up like a brown-.'
paper pare-, in a very larg6
lin en . apron, betook herself to the'
kitchen and prowled about in the a
pantry, seeking the sugar,-teinna- -
mo-n, ginger and all the various a
ingredients necessary in the maxi
ufacture of pumpkin pies. d
A sound of the wheels .was
heard in the lane, arid 'Pinkie
tripped outC to the porch, the nata
meg-grater in her hand, as anele- b
ganf; buggy rolled by, driven by n
Tom Carroll, ard-Pinkie dropped t
the grater suddenly and caught s
her breat.h-there was the stylish
cousin beside him, the plume in
her hat fluttering, and a faint
breath cof rose drifting up t,o the
Pinkie went, back to the kiteben e
andI shoved the pumpkin in a cor
ner, and flung the nutmiegs under
the table and the cinnamon after
them, pulled off her apron- and
went into the house.
Mr. -Hartherton met her in the
'Shan't we take a ride, Miss
Pinkie ?' he asked, wondering a t
litle at the spa-kle in Ler eyen 1
nd the deep bloom in her'
'All right I' said Pinkie, and
lashed upstairs for her habit.
The- shadows were failing east
ward. from the trees on the lawn
when Pinkie again crossed it on
ier way to the house after her , d
-ide, her habit gathered up in hei D
Lrms and a clugter ofseca-let trum
>ot.bells in her beit.
Flora, who was on the step, C
)estowed, as dark a frown upon
ier as her fair, placid countenanc a
vas capable of getting up.
'You've lost him. now for good,' c
vas her first remark . - d
"Lost whom?' quoth Pinkie,
taring with wondering eyes at fo
'Tom, of course I Didn't he stop o
n when he. came. back after tak- i'm
og his "cousin down to catch the st
rain and-find you'd gone off with i
ir Eathert1on? i te
tAdd--he' gone home ?'gasped ai
Pinkie, feeling saddenly guilty. .:
'Of coarse.she's gone home !
he was' engaged to the miniater E
Lnyway.; ands you've .made a nice d
neessf italPow.' p
Flora flounced away, looking in- tr
lignant. Pinkie iifollowed her. fe
'Don't you think he will ever et
0ii%fiek ?' she asekcd, aneelly. pi
11i'm ' id , Flora.. 'H e ..,qiy .t
ome to-morrow ; but only to see e
obn abot tbe -cider-miH,-mind i
Pi;nkia had little appetit4 for .e
inner; -even Flora's amPffs b4
ad no charm for her, and' her is
sua archnes had so completely of
isappeared that Mr. Hatherton
*.*caled on. to becomeiajured,
ad tnddfpted in a fit of suws; se
But the moderate bit of hope
ora had held out concerning
ofi's possible., appearance next fo
ay comforted Pinkie a little, and m
spired her with a secret reso- S
Lpng after tfe dinner hoar was
asthe neat little 1igure, doae. up.
3 the big brown cooking-apron, a
gaiustood beside the long, white I
itchen-table, where a row- ot a
rigt4 scalloped pi%pans were 00
bining. Spices perfumed the airs
nd- a dozen eggs were piled in a
The sun was fairly down when
inkie -set her last fragrant, gol- tI
On-coniplexioned pie in the win- m
ow-sill to cool, and stood-look irig fr<
own at it, absorbed in her own t
d1he queen of hearts, she madeo
ame tarts,' chanted a voice behind.
gr.bn foreshe,)cnewit,she G
-a whirled around, apron and
S-s me o armsi sad ed.
'They're not tarts;' sa~idkie, ei
#db-ereeovered- her; b 'ath., or
Mo, Tom4-ow did goa,bap- ta
e to"come back?- I was afraid'
on wouldn't speak tome any *
ore.' - ta' *
'Ob,' said Tom, *perhkaps L
ouldn't- -have' come, ifta,o br
n same one comeo''5~'h
pstts mninig to see'&hDwas
uithen bounce: in .Ih ittle'
raed ..yelo5wgacket. ,1 u~s
ected wbich way the wilid' ed
ad I knew Flora wodM4 t'ot&oou
itruths when. J canes ek ; andm
thn-Isa.w the -pies- just -now I
iew stIwas all ~igh'Et .
And noW' you'll stay to 'suppers
roe V-said Pinkiel ~
!onId nc'er do to let all 1osieb
iefwastse thiri sweetniesin th
esert air.'- A
There is among men such in- b
meatMuto yoake ften Fi
oast of defects which they have m
o, more willingly than of quali- i
tes which they have.-Georgeo
and. . b
Whenever you find a poor man el
r-ho is truly grateful for the pit- is
nce you give him, you may be wj
ure that be would bimiself be gen- th
roas if he had money to give. b
Youth is the spring for planting T
he seed of knowledge ; age the pi
toW wisdom. '
How is it possible to expect thatW
ankind will take advice when di
hey .will not so much as take a
FOR THE HERALD
A single seed - is- said to have pro
aced a plant-bearing-42,78& -grais
F corn. At-- this -rate. it -has been
)mputed that the- prodcnt of a single
.ed of corn would aziount to suff&
ent in -eight years -to supply the I
itire -human race -with bread for
year and a half.
The experiments made by M. Bou.
int with pepsine, as an agent for
mstroying worms in the stomach and
el's ha0b beea repeated with very.
vorable results. Even the tape-'
orm sccumbs to the digestive action
pepsib,- in large doses;' while the
ore highly" organized tissues of the
In the opiion of Dr. H'erz, the j
,ephou* is 'dot -to remain a single t
pparatus, vaiid only in form, but 1
inst be modifif a>rding to the s
arp6ei for wrfioh i'tist be uie'
re beliives thai a tefiphone for l'Ag
istadees wst differ from a city ap. :
tratus, and that an instrument for 1
a0saitting son cannot well b'd nikc\
r conversational purposes. He is
ideavoring to pui this theory into e
actice by adipiinz telephoei to
ese different aiplications, and thus
eatin distiict types of the intru
ent. His special objeet has been, i
4ever, to exten. the ran of the
lephone by forming a instrument a
iter suite to long distaie'-, a it
claimed that a considaible aegree
success has att6lided iis,ifofts.
The action of gunpowder, 1rhen
ed has been studied by a dumber of S
'ientific men of eminence during the
at century and a half.. heir opin
na have varied greatly as to the
roe of the eXDlosion. Recent esti
ates, as given by Prof. Abel, F. R. 0
era' the pressuredeveloped by the'?
:plosion atfoty-two tons per square q
ch-4he, powder, being; fired -in a :
aeereqnal to its ow'abuk1 i In the c
rly part of the eiglitienth centryi
Dbins,, iwni Englihi mathe
atician, believed tt. the pressure,
uld not be more sban- seventy
muds to the square! ihahcbut-ex- b
riments in 1743led himto change'
s figures to six and a half 'ois per,
uare.inch2 f 7Bupfogd, one of
e greatest of American scientists;,
ade Lunnery a special study, abd V
am:bias.experimuents eenniuded ihat
e pressure must reach six hundred
td sixty-two t.ns .g the square inch !
ther estimates :.havo been made,
rying from tea> to a hundred and
ty tons to the square inch~.
A curious physical phenomenon is.
dosmase, which is Ethe inward mo
>n of a fluid,-through a membraneous
porous subttaee, intoa ves con
ining a -different fluid. -.Thisprin a
pie has been1. industrially applied to F
e treatnent of molasses, and in: eer
inproeesserof tanning, while it may r
re to concentrate alcohol in~mem
aneous reservoirs. &~ s believed
at it, may. -some day .be 'la,rgely e
ployed in concentrating useful.prin- '
pies diffused through large qjuantitiest
other substarices or products, in
rnqving. injurious matter,, etc. Ta
Qeurage. advance ips this,. directionS
e French Society for the Enacourage- '
met of National Indsustry -proposess i
rad, a prize of one thousandjraoes,
1882, for industrial application P
The effort :of Prof. --Bell to located
e ball in' President Garfield' alody.
means of an electrc 'indution
lance is fresh;in the mzemory of all.Y
nother plan- for detecting metallic
bstauces in the human body has
en submitted by Prof. B. to the
ench Acea gj,qL. ices TheC
~thod is as follcws: A fine needle
inserted near where the ball (or,
her piece of. metal) is supposed to r
.This needle is connected by wire
th one terminal of -a telephione, b
aile a metallic plate laid o*n the skin
connected with the other terminal.
'hen the point of the needle reaches
e ball ao electric current is set up
itween that 'and the metallie plate,
ducing a sound in the telelihone.
ae needle may be inserted in several b
sees with little..pain, and the pain~1
ay be prevented entirely by means
ether spray. To test the method
ball was placed in a piece of beef,
en it was. proven that contact of
Le needle with a piece of bone pro
ied no sound in the telephone,
ile a very distinetssound was heard
hnever .the ball was rehed
Deaf and duvmb- -plliays be
aught -t6sjeak4ith greater or less fa.
ility'and-M. Felix Hement has lately f
1oticed the - fact that' ite individuaffs
hus'taught acquire thep art'cdltrat- t
fnt; of their native 0rovince Reing gc
eaf, this acent cannoi iave-been u"1- l
Uired by imitation, and i is therifris th
,ferred' that s6cll' peculiaridep' of
peecb ardie o 'i: ar"auge6eidbf f
be vocal" drg'ans varying'iith"eecen 'E
ace. - ,
According to Prof. Young, the tota]:
aantity Of Iijit ibited by'tNe son
eqal to 6,3000.00,00,O00
0,00,00,000 andles. Sueh an
gures, however seeus mea
ngless, so faint is our conception of
ahi' FiR' s- BOd . A r io'u'el
ankrNptey case- is 'reported' by the
ational .S Siy-&eb1 I'eaik.
' -dnorpartie f of'ie-i,'iWg
loregineros than jWs4, ie to:
he senioYtemm)el. ,h
A'fiite bo applied to Giial
lidon J: ilfi dpital,io goito
yinesi. 1d.oiiewai6 'at
i e 6tp-- Bu6ineS:--dMot_Ibfaelfi.
atiobiNear Fuloq friy, wi
Lork. Profits "' b dividedatihe
Tie arrggemen Was insd4 atC d
6e firf an1taine OVCfoay
3rnip'g;.however, &6-MrS 'a iru
er cameint th8 gedafs oe
rearing 'a verf aiubrious counte
Whas's tft 'oaer?f a&d the''
said tl genera 9 do
Ha'ni htr', i D
LUst~~ ~~ 'T alo+~iuv~tii :;I;
nOidn, hep te-ar its at ai
ui' ' . &
We ha'n o tthit -. 'bi1o
medely' 'isd uid esag6a92
aid,"U tijesday a 6A er
-t 'tSeifdist pofarnassaip'w
avet gio all otaft "6 thi-d
biat. helpi 'ebee ou itt
S. ~Jh.. -
We ha'"no-e aodubt" th' i the rire
efa fal ' eiid'dp- bdsideg ig
-ut- it ;S at -t itinsipwe
I r of te'h aebeoe btilated he
s6re't hie o b etad.b9p-f4.
er tPdi-'the b inhorkge -of
epts: beginninger 4av 'baen #
etisitepWefSrWaltpateur jt b
ours fsrageworkrsa:,ht 2
ohe beethe: af gaet gem ba-t
eks liade the r inh colk eAp~ lC
ngornidr dNitpless Thn tren'
1dlspherswit e. Thue f-Coi'
riOO have bean th. eneates goi
sls are themen ab coelep atbe.?
ril. This -rifted the ot gcp
~ecngtotr 'riwd Na oln. Thegrea
it~seer riothe Hosf oi
j see there-ai -sleh ale 4bey
rlne.tThs e'plid thef"sjaten thi
imty-f the 'a'gain. W#stdtn.
[e wt 'o^bed gitbl faiee
on can ':out ef'-your betead,
e en altthotghr, to' 4fidf'e D ick
wiver-er's saying,' yona.have t'o
ay" for ' 'don'ble:bedded'i roomi,
s'ifessing Ihat you'have takena
Lost unreasonab!e amount of s1eep
utof a single bed. You '*111ube a
ariking a whole store of-recupe
rtive energy. It is safe to say
f any man that if he sleepsFwe1
a will do-welL
As land is improved by sawing it
ith various seeds, se is themndby en
r.ereising it with different studies. tri
Amongst such as, out of cnning, ao
ear all and talk little,be sure to talk?
s ; or if.you must talk, say littler9
A man of sense finds less difficulty ag
isubmitting to a hot headed fellow so
ban in attempting to set.him right.
A jewel is a jewel still though fe
rin in the dust. b
itten knV'igl" f brought
ft is in forhaerd.b#thbiguin
it priolesaf !hld aI th M101"
Ietof rhoIye ib
bid Atwgiso'ettt eh k0
enmckn@.o rayWs 88abi
Lf mpre&Fm the .I p -
Iyea1st3gway.M ps 2 ibr
.t is in our hands ; thptne
>t be recalled.; the futirre eaneot
loftd ior lu
is tels Yi n i.qd 0
bio -aihi wmle Monnie
&I a .,a~*W1
x ,ind . 0
i t77Ide dinn ses alslEgO4
e$9atisa d mrde
:, ari 6yslekan
,liar o.u W,
onpound.& 3Undarabe gr
Id flhes o dA
0& M bpge h an
ya phe us )~! ~~s
r fek.)a;;btwh , aaae
gui.gtagguigtefreg o o ~
no e hgugori olgry
di,9n wehdrae an
enafisfou days ioy
okesi, an mon...r t e ml
800,00,00 eandbge ghigggest
~eg~, ~an : a.s oil
~e to aeeton ea ra: t.e n
esarm', an he somuasn
no w e v 'bs nii
d if you ere~ to a of
Id o ..t
aaine Ibt.hr l he
A49 masha ha
rice-with cano mase