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GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES.
"in MIrps L4ve.
In se tember,
We were eating,
Both of us ;
And the ineeting
Onl the road
I was gushing,
You were shy;
You were blushing
so was I;
I was smitten,
So were you
(All that's written
Here is true);
Any rnoney ?
Not a bit.
Vows we plighted
Happy pair I
]But your futjmr
To be sure
Thoutght it rather
And your moiher
Strange to say
In the way.
What a heaven
(You were Peven,
I was ten) I
That was maany
Don't let any
Nr. wAaVttler on Woman Suffrage.
Our writer and poet says:' " The so
ciety of the future must be acted on
more directly by women than that of the
past. In the bringing out of the sensi
bilities they must take a leading part.
Woman suffrage I regard as an inevita
ble thing and a good thing. Women in
public life will bring it up more than it
will bring them down. There will be
considerable floundering before society
would become completely adapted to the
change, but after it shall be fairly ac
complished and in working order the
work of society will go on without-any
deterioration, and with a gain in purity
of motives and unselfishness of law
makers and administrators. I fear its
effects in large cities, where bad woment
will come forward. Women are so in
tense that bad women will be worse in
public life than bad men. But the diffi
culty is in the nature of the city."
A Word to thie Giris.
Now that you are being courted, you
think, of course, it is all very well, and
it will be nicer when you get married.
But it won't. He thinks he's going to
keep on this high pitch of love all the
time. But lie won't. He doesn't know
himself, and you don't know him. When
he sees you a. many times a day as he
wants to, may be more, when he sees
your head done up regularly every morn
img in curl papers and tihe bloom is all
ofl' tihe rye ; when your home contains a
good deal of wash-tub, cradle and cook
stove, he wo ' the
He'll b)e th
of tile house.,
tis courtshi '
well enough aoc
is worth twoj
"Kindred and ofr
Albany, N. Y. , has published a painpl let
with the above title, or " God's Law of
Marriage," in which he. tries to show
thlat a man should not, under any cir
cumstances, be allowed to marry his
dead wife's sister. To urge, h1e says,
- thlat such a marriage is " the sweetest
and most natural thing " for a widower
is mere sentiment and "often sickly
sensualism p)oorly disguised under a thin
veil ; and against it is to be set up the
fact thlat the impossibility of marriage
establishes firmly the sacred and most
blessed relationship of the wife's sister
in the falmily. Tile very name by whicl
the relation is known involves the cer
tainlty of this protection. She is a sis
ter-in-law-i. e., in the law of God ; as
our good English defines it, a sister,
'with whlom, because marriage is impos.
sible, tile wise intimacy of a brotheor's
relation is possible and safe."
A M~othuer and Daughter.
I once met (it was at a garden party)
a clergyman's wife-a graceful, accomi
p~lishled women -- who introduced her
three daughters, all so much after tihe
mothler's type that I could not help ad
" Yes," she said, with a tender pride,
"I think my girls are nice girls. And
so useful, too. We are not rich, and we
have nine children. So we told tile ei
der girls that they would have either to
turn out and earn thleir bread, or stay at
home and( (do thle work of the house.
They chose the latter. We keep no
servant--only a char-woman to scour
and clean. Iy girls take it by turns to
be0 cook, housemaid and parlor-maid. In
thle nursery, of course [happy mother
who could say 'of course I' ] they are all
in all to thleir little brothers anld sisters."
" But how about education ?" I asked.
" Oh, the work being divided among
so many, we find time for lessons too.
Some we can afford to pay for, and then
tile elder teach the younger ones. Where
thlere's a will there's a way. My girls
are not ignoramuses, or recluses eitner.
Look at them now."
And as I watched the gracious, grace
ful damsels, in their linen dresses and
straw hats-home manufacture but as
pretty as any of the elegant toilets there
--I saw no want in them ; quite the con
trary. They looked so happy, too-so
gay and at eas( !
" Yes," answered the smiling mother,
"it is because always busy.
They Dever d e
'.4 .~ .1or n of the
Vsoug be foun,
we beheve, i t expenditures
in every-day ericanwoe
hlave a task se ore them to whlich
they shlould forthwith put an earnest and
willing hand. It is to return so far as
may be0 to the old1 and frugal ways, tho
forehanded and agacious domesi mn
agemen* of their grandmothers. By ex
ample, no lees than actual saving, they
may do a world of good. Let them shov
their husbands that they are determined
o qppose wastertU aud unseemly outlay
as a matter of principle. The family t
may be able to afford such an outlay to
day, but may not be. able to afford it to
A useful lesson is to be had here frw 7
the King who insisted that his children V
should be taught a trade; and this ap- e
plies to girls as well as to boys. No one.i
can tell what his future circumstanes I
may be. Some of the richest noblemen 3
-in England are also tfVe poorest because 1
of the constantly-increased demand upon f
their resources. Poor Richard may not c
be the best guide in the world in every- c
thing, but he is certainly a'safe one m i
domestic economy. There is no earthl t
need for doing always what other peopl N
do, or thinking always what other peo- 1
ple will say. If American women will t
but dare to insist on becoming house
wives of the good old sort, of regulating i
their homes, not of necessity as others t
do, but as their own sense of right and '6
length of purse justify, with an eye to e
the future as well as the present, there t
will be fewer breaches of trust and t
broken fortunes in the business world I
hereafter than in the ten sad years that i
have been, as well as much sounder, be- I
oause much safer, enjoyment of life a
among business men.
What We Call "Terra Firma.
The rivers of the sea, apart from the 1
astonishment and wonder which their
stupendous proportions must arouse in
the mind of the student of nature, pre
sent themselves to us as a subject of
paramount interest, when we consider
the part which they have played and are
still playing in the building up of the
topmost layer of the solid earth crust, in
the perpetual changes of climatic condi
tions, in the distribution of vegetable
and animal life over the surface of the
planet, and last, not least, in the recent
advance of ocean navigation, by which
the inhabitants of the most distant lands
have been brought into close intercourse
with each other. The erosive action of
currents constantly tends to alter, the I
configuration of the coast lines, by tak
ing away land in one place and deposit
ing it elsewhere. Again, immense quan
tities of sediments carried by all the riv
ers of the world into the sea are taken
up by the currents and spread over the
bed of the ocean. Geologists tell us I
that nearly all, if not all, the dry land
at present existing has at one time been
at the bottom of the sea, an assertion I
confirmed by the fact that the strata
-which compose some of the loftiest
mountain ranges have evidently been
deposited in ages long past upon the
floor of the ocean, and still retain the
remains of the animal which disported
themselves in the seas of former days. 1
What we are still in the habit of callhng
"' terra firma " is proved by modern ob
servations to be in constant motion, ris
ing and falling like the heaving breast
of some mighty monster, whose arms
stretch far beneath the waves. By the
action of the subterranean forces, as yet
unexplained, vast areas of the earth
crust are depressed below or lifted up
*bove the level of the sea, and we are be
ginning at last to understand the truth
of the maxim, that there is nothing sta
ble in the universe of created things ex
cept the unstable.--Science for All.
One Hundred Lashes on the Bare Back. 3
M. S. Root, of this city, a gentleman
whose veracity will not be questioned in
this community, gives us the following
statement of a scene which he witnessed
a short time since in the eastern portion
of this county : " I was at (Jampo. An
Indian had been found guity of break
ing into the house of r. Herrick and
stealing some blankets. He was tried
before Justice of the Peace Gaskill and
turned over to the old Indian Alcalde and
six chiefs for punishment. They sentenced r
him to receive 100 lashes.- They were r
just getting ready to tie him up as I a
started for dinner, after putting out my
team. The prisoner was a large young
man, six feet high and well proportioned.
He was tied up by the wrists with a long i
rope, and the rope was passed through p
the springs of a high seat on one side of
a wagon and over the other side, the
victim being drawn up so that his feet
would just touch the ground. His feet
was spread and each tied to the wagon- o
spokes, and his body was tied at the ~
hips. His shirt was removred, and then
a stalwart Indian administered the pun
ishment with a leather lariat, b~y whiurl- 2
ing it round his head and bringing it a
down with his utmost force upon the ti
naked body of the prisoner. The blood ~
poured from the writhing man's back.
After a strong man had 'administered 41
fifty strokes he was so exhausted by the
task that he gave way for another fiend, an
a younger and more muscular Indian D
who continned the infamous torture''
Fifty lashes had already been laid on,
and the young devil continued to cut D)
into the flesh fity times more. I spare
a recital of the awful shrieks and cries
of the poor tortured creature. When t0
the 100 lashes had thus been adminis- c<
tered, the Indian Alcalde told the almost- ti
dying man to leave the country, or he '
would be hung if he ever came back.
Mr. Gaskill says : 'After one of these t
Indians has been whipped once he will si
never steal again ; it makes a " good In- "
dian " of him.' This prisoner when let 0
down fell to ,the ground, and could not 0
move without support from his sister."
-San .Dieflo Union. h
Young Farragut's Bargain. e
When Admiral iargt's son was 10 K
years old the father said in his hearing t
that when he was old enough to make a' 0
good contract and keep it ho had a bar- pl
gain to offer him. The son rose up andl Pl
asked the father what the contract was. g
The Admiral said : c
" The proposal I intend to make is i
this : If you will not smoke or chow -
tobacco, drink intoxicating or strongc
wines, till you are 21 years of age, I will
ihen give youi $1 ,O00."
" I am old enough to make that bar
ain now," said Young Farragut ; " I
~ill accept the offer."
The- bargain was closed, and when
young Farragut was 21 the cash was
handed over to him.
I RAVE Buffered from a kidne diffiuty for
the past ten years, accompanied with nervous
apamls. Phlysicians gave me but temporary re
i ef bmt after using th ree and one-half bottles
of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver cure, mny
nervous apasma were entirely relieved. My age
is 77 years. I recommend t~ls eat remedy to
all suffering from nervous troubi es.
Easton. Pa. M.s ~ ue
Filtering Cistern Water.
Ex-Mayor Clymer, of Heading, Pa.,
proposes the folowing, which is proba
bly the best cheap mode of fitting rain
weft'ak go uiapurposos:
Ke water in t e i
oured the year round by their large and
admirable cisterns, built of bric-k and
Roman cementI in thn penter is placed
a brick chimney; in said chimney the
pump i lace. The water from the
bop to the ttom of the cistern is con
stantly filtering through tho chimney to
supply the demands of the pump, and
t& racmE ft the water in the main
w ofttla. 4,rn in a, stet of con
stant agitation, thereby it is always
sweet and g0d. Every family can have
>ure wate filtering the rain of heaven
rom theiN AEtops, r by filtering tho
impure water from our ' water basins.'
WILL CURE RHEUMATISM.
Rheumatiam Is a Disease of the Blood;
to Cure Rheumatism it must be treat
ed as a Blood Disease.
Rev. WM. T. WORTH,
Recomrmend4 Vogetinae for Rheumativin and Hclatla.
FALL Rivya, BlAss., May 13, 1879.
MR. H1. r.. STXT~XNS:
Dor Sir--For some years I have been,, at time', much
troublei witIt ac'tte attacks of Rheunimatis. I e.pecially
suffered tortiues. fron fcatica. By the advice of faients
who knew time enefits conferred by Vrotrn xx, I began
its use, and since that, time I have haid no attack like those
I previously sttffered. For some timo ptlist I have had no
return of the trouble, except occasionally a faint hitima
tion,-which dian ppelred tn taking a few doles of the Vro
XTZNX. I a!-4o take Ileaure in rec din g 11v !etiimony inl
favor of its excelleitt eflect in abating at inveterate 4alt
Illeum, anl I coimit it ]Io sm:i. jleani re to have beeIN thus
made Rer. Respectfully. WMI. T. WORTH,
Pastor First Mf. E. Church.
Has Relieved and Cured Sufferers of
Rheumatism by the Thousands.
if You iave Rheumatism Take the
Medicine that Vill Cure You.
]WrLmcu SwlVI I, JENNtio (O.. l'ND
Miay lit, 1S79.
Sin. H. R. STatavri:
Dimr s4--IHaTving ir our family received great benefit
from the VEoKrN. moanuifactured by ,ou, I thought I
wmtoid give you the facts or-the case, hoing it migiht nimet
the mye of sone suTrinmg one, who miight I limts he reieved.
I IAve a grnuidchild about ten years of age, who, two years
ago or over, hal a severo attaric of rheumatisum, and for
two long years wras mider the care of as good a phyISiCiain
as we have in this count v, anmd yet all tI I time grow wrse,
till we 'eve her l4p, anda thatiglt Alto rmtst die. She iaius
mitch <eforned, and we were told hy a doctor that, it' she
lited, shq wou d always be deformed h )nlt thanks to V.o -
zrtax, she is t osdy perfectly trell, and as btraight IA an1
artow. .ast Decermber we ahmundoned all hope of the
doctor doing riy tbing for her, and commenced nkg
,:oXTaxr., accirtliig to your directions. When the first
bottle was u-d up we coutld not see ntnh itn provemeint;
htIt we contitnt-t on the second hottle, and could seo
s0ale ctiange for gcod. She took six Lott les, anl, thank
God, a complete cure was effected in eve:It roc1wet.
Yoars trily, (J. 13t RGESS.
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YOUNG NAN OR OLIP,
listressing Condition of the Russian
The Russian Corres ndent of the
!emP8 sends a fihtfily-vivid descrip
Lon of the demo ization, the drunken
ess, the misery, and poverty of the
ussian eople, His accounts are fully
onfirm by a series of articles in the
otos. . The, Rugsian, writer doubts
rhether the )easaantr4y hve been gain
rs-whether they have advanced in civ
iation--siactheir emnncipation in
861. Assurely they are 'no longer
old like cattle; their children are no
:>nger taken from them; they are not
logged, nor are they subject to the dis
retionary arbitrary power of the noble
,r his bailiff. Nor are they driven in
terds to work for him five or six days in
he week. But they have less land, less
rood, less credit than before. The
andlords, their owners, formerly pro
ected them ainst the police, who now
>ounce upon em for various kinds of
mposts unknown to them before. Then
hey had but one mastex; now they are
ubject to the Mayor, to the tax-gather
r, to the Chief of the Commune, to
he tribunal of Zemstvos, to the Judge,
nid to other functionaries. Against
heir exactions, Arbitrary and frequently
ilegal, they have no appeal. With thein.
'aunted self-government they have less
ecurity and order than Wgefore. All the
kopes which were raised by their eman
ipation have been dispelled; they have
allen into apathetic disdouragement, all
)ecauso they who are charged with the
dminitration of affairs are- not ani
nated with the Czar's liberal intentions.
Lfter having granted a somewhat too
xtensive autonomy, the authorities
ought to impede its development. The
ural police and other functionaries were
nvested with arbitrary powers to impose
Ines and penalties. Additional vexa
ious restrictions were imposed in 1874,
md the disheartened peasantry, seeing
Ihe hopelessness- of their plight, have
allen into the most degraded drunken.
iess and its attendant misery. Multi
;udes who were well-to-do peasants have
ween all swept away from them-their
.attle, their homes, and all; they now
;rovel like the beasts of the field, where
shelter can be found. M. Kochelef, the
uithor of these articles, insists that the
itate must begin by enforcing agricult
ural improvements; the moral and in
electual development of the peasantry
would follow, were the tribunals to be
eorganized so that the peasant could
iave confidence in the integrity of his
Where Women Were Needed at the
David Hopkins and Gustave Dettloff
vere candidates for School Trustee in
)istrict No. 1 of New Lots, L. I., at the
aat election. Mr. Hopkins is a farmer,
and was seeking re-election. Mr. Dett
off is connected with an insurance comn
any in this city and is a well-known
esident of the town. The friends of
Ir. Hopkins, about an hour before the
losing of the polls, perceived that there
vas danger of their candidate's defeat.
k consultation was held, and it was de
ided to utilize the new law giving worn
~n the privilege of voting. Accordingly
everal farm wvagons wvere procurcd and
ent through the district to gather in
he farmers' wives and daughters. The
vagons returned to the polls with 107
vomen, all of whom voted for Mr. Hop
Eins, thus saving him from defeat. It
vas too late to use a counter-poison.
VTew, York W~orld.
" I don't like Jones," said Snodgrass.
' No," he added, after a pause, " I don't
ike him. The fact is, Jones speaks so
nuch of himself, tells so much, you
now, that he doesn't leave any room
ur the imagination." Does any reader
oow Jones ?
THE thoughtlessness of people is so great in
egard to watchfulness against Colds, etc., that
ere it not for the wonderful curative power
f Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, we should shudder
t the fate of euich.
$5,000 will be forreited and paid by the Malt
litters Company if MALT BITTERs, a family
iedicine prepared b~y them, does not excel, in a
mur comnpetative examination all other comn
ounds now before the public called "Bitters."
READER, do, you admire the rogy tints of a
lear complexion? Portaine, or Tabler's Vege
rble Liver Powder, will remove sallowness and
npart a healthy glow, by removing all impurity
f the blood and arousing an inactive livers.
'rice of package 50c., sample bottle 25c. For
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RIHEUMIATXsM.-Rheumatism is a disease of
ie blood. The blood in this disease is found
> contain an excess of fibrin. Vegetine act. by
>nverting the blood from its diseased condi
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ent cure, it must be taken regularly, and may
tke several bottles, especially in cases of long
anding. Try it, and your 'verdiot will be the
time as that of thousands before you, who sayt
I never found so much relief as from the use
r Vegetine," which is compounded exclusively
fbarks, roots and herbs.
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~ALE ANbN EEALE AGENTE WiliTED
arc TRAxavuagx e A 'RY. Teritr aectied- Sen for
ireniar. Address W. H. ltItOWNi,
No. 0 Tremont St., Boston, Maa.
Prublishers' Union, Atlanta, On......Fortysoven...go
K'MA piuars F TL"E, 7 cho
emazeises appreve and Invalids anust have. A mest
rhelesese asd deUee stiulast admdrably adaptd
ceed f'em Dyspepsia,. Masasete. Delese~ weee r
. and physiciaa, wera-es nurses, ad the bec
dad it a gr ateful Lavlgerant.
B3ERS & BROWN,
LaO UAV rw .w ., meT..
IN Tallahassee, Fla. and-other South
era cities, it is usual, Aurig the hatch.y1
ing season of the mo k -bird, to steal
the young birds from the nest, to be
trained for singers, As only about two
in a hundred live, an early extermina
tion of these birds is probable. A Flori
da paper suggests that a law be enacted
forbidding the capture of young mock
so as to get part (of the $159 IN GOLD we are go ng to
ve away Feb. 10, lI. Te first one will receive so.
rice, 23 cents. Address P. 0. Box 580, Boston, Mass.
YOY N ENLearn Tolegraphiy and eArn $40
YOUNG IRE to $100 a mnonth. Every gradu
ate guaranteed a aying ultuation. Aduiros.
VALENT NE ROS.. Managers, Janesville, Wis.
Ks the best in the World. It Is absolutely pure. It s the
best t Medicinal FUrpoes.. It Is the beat for Baking
and adl Family Uses. Sold by all Druggiats and Grocers.
PENN'A SALT MANUF. CO.. Phila.
For a Machine that will
Saw au Fast and Easy
as this one.
This is the King of Saw Mlachinos. It
saws off a 2 foot log in 2 minutes.
20,000 4n use. The cheapest Anachine
made, and fully warranted. Circular free.
United States Manufacturing Co., Chicago, Ill.
OPIUM tjMorphilne Uabit Cur-ed in 1
tov a. No pa ~tl~t.l Cured.
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vill )istin .V enii' Fenilh Weaknisq, mu.3h as Fati
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.1) ifliig, l'a inlful. SI p r i stil i Irr egtila Men:
rtruntion, &e. An ohd iunai i'relial<- reuiiedy. HSend Ipo
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A GOOD SAW MILL.
Our No. I Plantation saw Mill Ls designed to be run by
8, 10 or 12 horse power Agricultural Engines. With this
1,4500 to 4,000 F'eet
of lumbler can be cut in a day. A product 2.5 to 50 per cent.
greater than can be out with any reciprocating saw mill
will' the same power. The mills are complete except
sawt, and will be put on tne cars in Cincinnati for the low
ice of 920)0, andu warrante~d in evry particular..- Saw
of allatezes rugines tBoilerss haing, Gearing, &c.
LANE & BODLEY CO.,
John and Water Sts., Cincinnati, 0.
3 CE NT S each formerly sl.oo to s1.23 each: I. Mac.
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Gioldsmnith's 'icar of Wakefield. IlI. Baron Munichaus
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OENTN: Bunyan's P'il rim's Pro reas. Illuistrated cata
ingue sent free. A M E I AN BOOK EXCH ANGE, John
B. Alden, Manager. Trilflie Building, New York.
Thsis the~chea pest and only complete and reliable work
on Etiquette anid Business and Social Fcrmns. It tells how
to periormn all the variousaduties of life, and how to appeai
t lie beat adivanringe on all occisions.
AgcstsWastue-d.-Se'nd for circulars containing
a fldecptiou oftiie work and extra terms to A gent..
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70,000 SOLD YEARLY.
The growiang popualarity aad aelulasess
of CABINET or PANILOR ORGOAN Ia
showns by thae faect thaat .%EVENTY ThfOU.
SA ND are mold yearrLy iaa thae United states.
Thae best are the
MASON & HAMLIN
which have been awarded urangar DIarracTIoN WOK Dos-.
oNTRBAT3D 5UPETioRITY at EvitRE ONE of theo GREAT
WORLD's Industrial Exhibitions for thirteen years.tith-.
euf o'w sigle Eeeption.
Are ready this season with important improvements.
FOR LAIGE CIIURiWlws, jileiidid organs, with great
power and variety, at $.570, $480, $300, and less rrlces -
FOR SMALLIERt CUURtCHES, SCHOOLS, &c., $84 to
$900 and upwards. 8UP'ERB DRAWING 1ROOM STYLES
at 6200 to 9510, and upwards; A GREAT VARIETY of
SMALLER ORGANS of eqnal excellence, though less
capacity,or in plain oases, at $5M to 6200 and upwards.
Also furnished FOR UONTULY or gUARTERLY vATMENT4, 95
Thies organs are cerlainly unriraled in excellence, wohUl Lh.
price. are net miuch hufgher thian those of very inferior inetru.
Before purohasing ay organ send for latest ILLUJSTRA.
TEl) CATA1LOG UId 32 pp. 4to), containing full descrip
tions and prices, includimg nue-w styles, and mu ch useful
information for t'he puirchaseri of an oanwhich will be
sont free and post-paud. MASON & I A ,1 OROA N CO.,
154 Treniont Stret 1;OSTON: 46 East 14th street,
NR W YORK ; 149 ~abash Avenue. CUQAGO.
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