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. hin. -
tmthe* tha Ie (Iri
elan 6 WIfel I
Ner aunbu buaom armi, 4
!!"'ratst,'unh< id b-aIrturing stays;
Bithe as are,
heo's horeb 'a everywhero;
Lonmr ere to struck for noon
Home obp.4e are all in tuuio,
d from 0 ly bounteous hour j
bees a flower.
Ipa P41 ('s pain and strife.
oAe the Farmer's WIfe. i
1 toeward daily labors dqne)
The stalw . er slowly plods, 1
Frosh battlin' woen shade and sun,
With sullou gle -nd stubborn sods;
or welcome on hi.sirat bowetl
aSnstine fasulal a cloud I
All vansbe I Is the rief eclise I
Hark to the 8dlof we84deof lips,
And words oft sir warMth that start
From.out the husuw's grat 'ful heart I
0, weiL be know* how'.Van his life,
Unewoetengd by the Farme's Wifel
But 10! the hOigt of Pre delight
Comr with the eveniUg's etutnless joys,
Whe th'hathatgone spaces bright
Blend thlglad tones bf glrls'attd boys;
Their voieso rmfe'l gleetui swells
Tteir laughter rings liGe elfin bells,
Till with a looir twixt sintio ani frown
The mother lays her iniant down
ind. .her firm, tUlifted hand,
A Isilence 'm d the Jovial band;
or signal stills t- er harmless atrifo
Love grown's with lairthe Farmer's Wifre
Ire dames in proud palatial halls
Of ltvish wiles an ijeweled dress
On whom, perobmuvco, no infaut calIs
i For barren oft vbnr.lovelaness)
Turn hithorward those languid eyes,
A nd for a momerit's spac ! be wlso;
Your sister 'mid the country dew
Is thee times neater Heavon than you,
And where the plains ol B 1 -n stir,
Dream not that ye'shall stand by her,
Tho' In your fta% bewilderina-life,
Your folly scorned the Farmner's Wifo.
-Pcaul ham Uon HaUno.
How lot to Drown.
At this &eason of the year deatks by
drowning are painfully common. One
can soareely look in a newspaper with
:>ut sering a recor( of several, the re
sult of carelessness, accident, or ignor
anee, and to the latter cause may be
probably ascribed the greater nutuber.
It is ai-tonishing- to see how little is
known of the buoyancy of the human
tbody. Until thd lungs are filled wi
water, it is eftaily supported. In still
water a pleco of pine wood of suflicient,
size to stupport the weight of a )ound
or two, say a piece a foot square and
one inch thiek, is enough when 1oper
I'v used to keep oie's hcad above wat er;
and when the head is safe, no fears
need be had for the rest of the bod v.
Of Coirse to t'oat the head inl this wa v
the body must be sibmerged, and tli
Is the first rule to be observed w1hen in
the water. Keep under as much as
posl, -I . .only be careful to have the
breathig appart us, mouth and nose,
in theo air, and the mouth oven may be
Immersed for some1 time without incon
The use to be made of the small piece
>f wood above spokenm of is merely to
aidl in keepine the head above wvater,
lie-ting one linger on it. isqMto as serv
*Iceable as to grasp it w,' tbehand, and
muchi more so than to use0 both haunds.
It shoutbe remenrphered that anything
weighs more out of tLhan inl water,'hianid
and feet being no excep)tionus. This
* ~ plece of pino would p)oVe of little use
should one attempt to sit on it, while it
is all that is necessary- to prevent oune
from drowning if proiler'ly used. WithI
the headl suplorted by using one hand
or une 1mge, the othler handl and th1e
feet may be used as propellers, and
even 0one who cannot swim at, all can
make consideralble progra~ss in this wvay.
Anordinazry chair issuiietossan
twvo or three pesn when lproperly
uised, but will prove of little service to
one who cndeavors to make a raft of it.
A knowledge of the fact that water
is busyant, and a little Sel-ossession
or przesence of mind wvill often
servo as well or better than a
knowledge of swimming, and this
knowlesige should be given to every
chid. 'Try it with one, and see how
reatdily lie wvill learn to suppIor't himself
and( prop~el himself over water by means
of a small p).ece of board, It is natural
for persons in water to endeavor to get
themselves entirely out of it, and in
cases where boats are Overturned we
cindib pseger endeavoring' to
elimb)upo t hem or' safety, fnrget'ting,
if they ever knew,-that a boat is comp~e
tent to support more peopl)1 in the
water than it will cairry when upri'ht..
There is usually a little warning before
a boat capsizes, andl eu ery one0 should
endeavor to keep) hold of somel(thino-a
rop~e, perhaps-by which t heir coni fee
tion wvithi the boat may lbe maint ained,
and as soon as possible seize the boat
itself, not to climb on it unless the b)oat
in large, or the. number of p~assenge~rs
- small, but to support th,emselves until
* .elp comes, be it a longer or shorter
AU. boats, large or small, should caurry
comiderable fioat ing mterial ill the way
or seats, loose Ilooring, etc., that may
prove of service in cases of emergency.
bIany lives are lost in consetiuenlce of
the panic that uisually ensues when an
accident hap lens on' tihe water. All
who cannot Swim, and sometimes those
-who can, try to seize the first thing
withim their reach, which often happenOII
to bea prson as frighltened and help
less asthemselves, and the result too
often is the drowning of many whio
mi'hlt with a little thoturhtfulness not
onl'y have saved themiscives, but have
.been of assistance to others. If you
ever find yourself suddenly precipitatnd
int o the water, the' probability is t hat
* ~ you will go under. but if y'on wvill keep
* your mouth shut and feet and han~ids
.under, you will be sure0 to Comel np head
first, and if y on are not too badly scared
thie chancesq are that yon will find some
thig to seize. WVith self-control and
thekniowvledge we are trying to give
,. ,ou.there are ninety-nine chances in
e~yhqpdred against your drowning.
~ *k~ES5..'~U5bAing in this world so pun
# @1 un4 el ds the love of a lawy em' fr-er
hialiesit.,.A rement dase in thia city
ti.Tlie lawyers won abi'g
do h i let and got him a pIle
-: ~ 0Apd uMith a generosity 'never
b: Abp1-tey have insisted upon
nothalf of what they re
hoor - teirown use, an ave
oom plient to take the other
' ~ t f. let itde-said that it is,
tet' tothan to go tolaw and re
4 9. M er t -i) ,Mver A4vance.
'pe ,alne 1 baIes bag1,een fixed,'
4 h~s Ii. a.~n year 014 IV worth
$~bqe~ isn 458;Ioutars, $i1
- 51#I1ngmse de iby
hsub o f -forestry It
hispognty il assme sjome methoidi
anzl we shall not only cnl
1 we do other crops,'bdi1
$8 will receive such atten.
on . U, tild now almost seem a&surd
o give them. At prevent they receive
to attentiou at all. Year after year
emain without care and without th Ulm
rhe ground on which they stand a
ever had any care, and that it shoul(
ccome a very hotbed of insects an(
ven of disease is very natural. We ar
omplaining, more or less, every yea
if the ravages of insects, and are spend
ng annaally a great deal of time ani
noney to protect our farms from vat
ous postt-without always accomplisE
gg the purpose either-but perhap
"I tain upon our farms these ur
cc uncleansed forest grounds. I
k r nt articlo which we read, th
writer expressed the thought that w~
were west ing t great deal of synipath
when we himented forest fire:
lie thoihight that their value was far i
excess of the damages they did, and thi
the value Was r* reeseit3d not only I
the destruction of the insects which lis
and breed upon forest land4, but til
guarantee which they give for a highi
degree of public health. 1Ie even WO
8o far, if we remember correctly, a;,
say that even the life that was lost I
them was nothing comnared to t
life that was lost through the conc
tion of things which the fires remedie
Doubtless he was ight., too, for we e:
not hut think that the decavng mass
rubbish in our forests is piodtictive
much disease and death.
However, we can not venture to w5
mate the worth of life, or rather
death, when we can not rest upon gre
er certainty than we can here. But t
sacrifice of life is not iecessiry in ele:
ing up our forests. Au (iblievt that .
pears so desirable shoild be aceo
plished in sonme more systeiatic N
than by exposing/ huian life, or m%
buildings and fences, to the mercv
accident. If outr forests wvere regula
cleaned III-,, ill ill sect ion:, :ijactIent
settlement, the (I :igor of fire would
greatly leened, if not. eitireh obviat<
Tl 'rhi'e'r e1fer(r to SIggLested.
forest c()l1ik-;ion i.i ecnh State, aid.
nainlc-'s~ vral the eo
)i114-d Il'v f y'hieh shuhitl he to atte
t~o i- i, ;nauer :!mong, other things,.
Wom ld h ! 1 h ,e-. an hinetIionl to such1
pl -it N werew I eeessful---that, it Won
ie exthenSivYe. F :wn oughut not to
ulyhil'('4?'i~ c ie wvhien hiealth a
lfe :u-( inl tfhil-l' PerhapI)- VMe f
rally too savin!r with our 1i mou
and tnoo pr-,liate n it h1 our healt h.
citie- w.'e hao vo bo:lrs of he:lth vhu
duyit. is to ceanm up the dity ph)ut
an,1d to disinfeel t he pigue spots. T
work is u1su:lly 11()1 (-til a; well as
Tlhe e is ('ertinly '> rea V tan4 why i
health or the ctrtIV shl not 1)e
carefully guanleI~d a.; the hiealt h oi
dan:gi~er - -such a t Ii fore lands--(existii
it should1 h be puritied. Hut t here i s
dlonht thant wvhenm t he saviung from a fr
do in of ininvu fari'in i iistc't-s were tIll
into ennider~1:tliiin, tho expensei5 of a yr
eral super1'iecidoy of for'ests would
the neoe-ni;e of Kuch a e-se, if wve h:
a forest, n e C;au (eloan ar up andt kee
cl''an. W hen wo shall ar'rive at
time whleni forest~s are cult iv~ate'd, ti
will be kept can . T1hey will not.t
Isett the delorabti I'.le appear1un- wiem
h illed by' a Peisoned Ugger.
TJ-he Fre'nchm papj )s rel4icord a remar
b)1o ac('i.lnt byV wh'ich thle. Comite
Ii> .tounl 2 .t son1. Ti'~4 ount be(foret
nu4:iria~ge had been raveler, anid fr
thet I'oly ne-sian .Islandts I~ h ud gathei
ai r< niiou t be ('ollec tion of letuaol wve:
onfl showingjf the ingenuity, and, in so
eases at least, thme ai tistic skilln
sword and1( dalgger. lIn a collietion
thiis naturie intenided to shiow the wormli
miethbod of saLvage r'aces, atrr'ows a
other weap1ons, wh'lose shining blat
had1( beeni dlifped ini Jpoison, wecre
coursei'5 (conlslpious. is two somi
JX bert, inged eight, anud Ruidolphie, ag
(welv yeas, hiavin g been left alonie
inqisritive 1rashnesss of childhood to
th'wni two of the wealponis to play wit
CIlutnei pht(ed nii thle Iianids of the *youn
t'st. ('hihl 0one of the poisonmed wealpoti
anid ai .Iiht serateh on the0 wriist w
chiihi wi th ing in agonyii upon01 te groam
a p.reyv to fighA ttful conivulsionms, froi
wichQI tL'it~h aIl 'ne relea'sd hiim. Tfh
nument~v man11 wlhot was (entl4ld inl was1 ur
able0 t) sav< h~lim, and1( 00oub( not (ve
b)15l1. Thai miotst coininonily used ta
such'l l',nrpose is derived.fron't the stryqc/
"I'M4- T he unral is sa: idin o
.ise to ha~ve.i4 rtauiied its Iiiisonoul
ativity aofter' being1 kept diry for fix
years.,1/I: (h.j4i,. (;u.rd;~
Boston Bat' Exaina~tionis.
It, is no0w no easy Ia'k to 1be am et
to the Suffollk bar. The exanj t 1)
conducted b~y a c'arefullv siele ''s . boar o
wvhose namles ---lc .srs. 114loralto (; Pa
ker, Geo rge ( ). Shtittuok, ,John
Sinuth-vouc'h at once for thle t hors
ness of t heir work, cotver' nearly all d
par1 t men ts of t he law. Three years
study are exp ect ed of all canudidattes, :ii
any stuidenit must. be0 exoeptionally gift<
and unuisually diligent who can p
tis examiniat'ion in less time. Pr'int
papers ate used andi written atnswvers aL
required. The questions are chite.
practical ; they are all very searchii
anid are somet imles too miteh for c
members of the bar t hems10ee.
student in a v'ery busy oflice recent
inqumred of one of the partners in 1
gard to the meaning of the maxim
fin6tiorijnu clumnis, saying that it hi
app~ekred on a. recent examination y
per, and that it.could not be found
".Broom." I'obody inl tihe ollce' coy
give a satisfactory answ've. Thmen aL m
was dispatched1 to an old( wyer' who h
former'ly been on thme Inanuning (imo
mittee of the County, and his re
was: "'You have struck an old quest i
of -'s ; he had some doub)Lt abouit
himself. I think it means so and so
Tiike I w( chits of sluguar, a scanit ('upi
biutter, and wvork togect hertoa rm
then aodd the volks ofci eiht eggs,~ fo
Cu4es (If tlour andoncie talelspoonr'ul
d51~hU.41 .to a in it, added t.
,CtIt the t'avor. MJdiehm m
va~a I~rm part
li"t fj&1 dild.une of hi
as tey un 4 k1' n i
.*i t Odolina, and a Ige arky ilot.
ed m'e up one aLreot apd,-Aowni another,
until wo balted. beipre 'a Vairway over ft
whlo hung a 8igt of The IercaW"
Office wasupfourfllghts of stairsj' et
aseo, and I had only reaohed the
Sanding of the first when a hunik of dord
position cut frozn sone old roller whizted,
i past my head. There was nothing
strange in that, however, as all well
regulated offices keep half a dozen of
. these hunks lying around as weapons of
defense, and i. pressed on. At the head
of the second flight I looked up the dark t
. way and thought I saw a mar. with a
s gun in his hands. All weekly newspa
pers having any influence always keep
Sa' least one shot-gan lying around to in
e timidate poets, and so I went whistlin,
along up the third flight. Then I waii
Y certain that I saw. a man, and certain
th-tt the muzzle was lookinx down upon
ame. Some editors stand at the head of
L the fourth flight and practice at target
y shooting to rest their wecary brains, and
e I was wondering where the bull's eve
le wm when I heard a click! click! and a
r voice called out:
A ", tand! or you are a dead man!"
o No min who thinks anythin of his
clothes will ever be found delad on a
staiirway leading to L printing ofliec. I
C11110 to a halt, and the voice colitiiued:
" Throw up your hanidi and gro down
a stairs, or I'll blow your brains it) the
of I didn't believe he voild , but as I
couldn't prove it the best, way was to
ti- oh.'y his little requeit. I had 'just got
of back to the hotel whQen ill camlle the edi
itt- Lor and the forenian' and the devil and
he two comp 4, and they all began to tallk
n- at once. They were expecting a light
p. ingf sort of a politician 11) the: iC SIi'S
m at, that very timle, and if li once got up
ay he ws to open fire from a revolver and
ol have a sealp-dance (over the remanins of
()f thle /krabl. It was- aL mlistake, and~ they,3
rly Were de'eply grioved, aind We had a
to lIm)Im(le together, and the min with
n4 the gun shook hands again and whis
a Boy ! I had my finger on the trig
a ger aml am-dead aim oin your head, and if
you had lifted one foot an ineh hligh t,)
( come further up I'd have killed you as
l dead as a hamnuer!"
a After that I always sent four boys,
i one after anotler, 1) stairs with my
becard and a writtei del'aration that I
nd was not loaded.-C-n. /Atroil 'rec
re 'c .
In A 'I'ear for the liiiimcrbi.
Come weepl wihh uis, (. ari - r, ov. r
hi tle girave of AIin ll'4r. t is
.t gone. It i.4 haikstd :' : -a . like a
cockroach Jilth-nal in- t! -". uil 11ile.
1.Gather aibu nsi11, we,.pn1i: frue te i, whit,
as dnv&) the coldl ernel s r. v~ i I;
he 'lulini lid cf hu. tid .;e m.-ri' m~r:.,
PLour inlto the open .ornov youri . :
weep. A/\rn1eica basuTf a luio. t t
01ay that~ ishe'C iin lay11~ li r'w to e ni W
)1for it does not. If a~ hi:-l 1;m.m~ on
ewe 'wouldi squat himint ju1 .a in t~'* ro :'n'1n.:
Iet ass and use him for a1 paper'wdv uat.
('L ut we have two or three jur 'nistic 51u
friends who had fooled u~s imoc the <h-h
th ion01 that. they were inc'linied teo i';l'n-.
1?jtious, amnd withiout thiineg albout it
'~their printed remarim. It wi I goI1 ha'd
iiwith such inent to b adaietn a
an [ stooHil~d up beinigd the door lile 211 tol'l
hard up for awhile unt il they c'ini get
som 11 wood to saiw. Suchl mleni as 1ik
ka- T'win aind .Tosh Billjiner are h lft in the'ir
die old age withm only abou~lt $200,Ot)' apiece,
ase and Peek anid Swret and1 those mien to
ed wvill prlolbby ha~ve toi tram1ip it ovei'
LI- the counlltryi. All thleS m110n are
me.1 maikin~g monciey hl:Ohl over list, andie they
nid are' miakinig it ont of flu orll 01 ive millio'n
of tal acumen('l to drop to the never dy inv
ke truth that they are~' being! ham11boonzh1.
nad by a half doz.inimn who donL'r, k now a
les joko from a bluet. 1ill.-Bl', Xy
Why ule Trupedl.
'1 ' ,0~'h l~lt you Ilo WVest.'" demand
i'ed the milt, after' tin. a t~mraUu1 thtt
Che loidl no( snuall chanige andt 'onihl niot
. respond~ to his appbeal for aid. ''I've
bretn out there."' "'Why tldin't y'u
8,st ay'~ ?' '"' 'C:Mve I lost. mv all."' '"Wiat
Isall (did you hav.eP ?"'St rinuger',"' said 1iet
ob(l manL~, a1s he leaned back and wipedi
c his forehead, "'I wenit t~o Illinois withh
,$(,000 in en.sh. I wenit into the bustiess
n of.. raiin fr'ogs for thle miarket . Thelore
was eery slinov thait I wouie cleat- $10,
000Ii t h1( err year, whienm a eli max knocked
mc p)~lumb-eenter alhl ini one n1ig"ht "
" 'Wht was it?'' "I had 23,000 frogs on
my miarm, and1( every dandjume o
up and joinped o)ver oil another i f ma's
land11(." "TIhey did?'' "Id for a fact, .
anid, as I hadn't birnded a single one
of them, I comldn't identify my prop)lr
ty. That's what broke mio all upI, amnd
Il've enmel l'>ast. to see abt) 1t getti n gup
a1 mf:teinile to sera:ich a hog's back- '!
501somethinJg that, will permit the hog t~o
scrIatchI hims'e'lf. It yout enn1 spare me I
tenl cents to helpI mn. --.' lie got it whie
.out further explanation.
Th'Ie Tichibornec Case.
l'hie mifn facres of tihe story are) that
Rger1 *Teborne was lheir to ai barornetcy
etaimd e'state yieldinig 8100,00)0 a year. Ho
c..:.terd the army, rem'iainled th~ree years,
65and after' visitin'g South America disap
peared, aund is suipposed to) have been
IIfllI ito the hand oif tile chlild-L of a deC
tested daugihter- in-law, and acet.dinigly
A adverlt ised in Austr'ailia for' the issm4tig jt
liheir. Arthur Orton, a butcher anid a
l hlew advent urer, ixmmediately wont to I e
ngaln, and, backed~ by speiltrs ad
mhI Itai lan eaey dupe, andi though jt
Sthe cli ~aiat was woniderfully unlhke
Rogl r Iehhllourne, h wndepo
tegrea~sed famnously. The triad of the case
o Oe'11iedl six years, andi Orton was Coil
Svoeted of binig ai perjurer anid impoltster.t
Slhe case occupied thirty-one days in
1'op'nmng, for ty-seven in summing up, t he
iiChief Justice took eighteen (days in do
i,, livering his charge, and the whole ease
cost over $1,250,000. It is the most cele.
brated lawsuit on record.
of --Willie, son of John Paddleford,
nl, aged twelve, ao4 another boy, were
or' driownecd near the waterworks, in Tan- t
ot ton, Mass., a few days since, while bath- r
tmjg. Mr. Paddleford, ivho was working
e neair by, heard the cries for help,- and
~ywergt to assist the boys, but they clung
-to hin' o tenaciously that he we ptIged 8
it- under tho wate&', and, betiag uratbie t6 "
the 0 se of mulons.
.m-taop se to b an underA
round ralroad in-Paris. The Oobt of
a Construction is put at $30,00,000.
-6-The reoent dinner given by the city
L ondon to tihe Peltide of Wales cost
188,800. T1e sdying that ,"money
lakes the mayor go" seenis to have
Oen twisted about here.
-Two hundred refugees were saved
uring the bombardment of Alexandria
a the Catholic chapel by the ingenuity
f the Arab doorkeeper, who told the
oldiers that the place was empty, and
here was nothing to steal or he would
Lave taken It himself.
-.JaptIn is promised a constitutional
orn of government at the end of eight
rears. By way of preparation for that
went, the Japanese Minister at Berlin
mi been instructed to make a care ful
;tudy of the Prussian system of govern
rnent, which is likely to be the one chosen
is a model.
-rhe guests at Baroness Burdett.
Uoutts' first garden party were treated
to a sight of the smallest pony in the
world-Lady Jumbo. The tiny crea
Lurc, which looks like a thoroughbred
race-horse seen through the wrong end
of an o)era-glass, stands thirteen inches
high and is five years old.
-Another of ti . Duke of Argyll's
numerous brood of dlaughters was mar
ried lately, the bridegroom being Mr.
Glyn, Vicar of Kensington, where the
l)uke lives when in. London. Only one
of his daughters hai made a great match
-Lady l'erey, whose husband will be
Duke of Northubnilerland.
- Field Marshal Sir William Gomm,
vho died three years ago, and whosel
jorll n:als have lately been publishet,
was azetted an ensign at ten, and at
fourteen had his "'baptism-of fire'' with
his reginient in Holland in a bloody en
Lgenient, lasting thicteen hours, when
halt Gomm's battalion vIm lost. The b.y
slept after it for thirty-one hours. ie
lived to past ninety.
-In Germany, where there are no
restrietions upon the sale of intoxicating
beverages on the Sabbath day, thirty
two per cent. of murders and crimes of
violence are coiniitted ol Suidays, and
fifty-eight per cent. on Saturday and
Sunday, tHie idle days of t he worki ng.
m-m1. hi Seotland the Forbes Mackenu
zie act has )eeni follwed by a consider
able dilminlitioll in those offeises.
--More than one thousand deaths are
reported as having rosul'edI last year
froi aciden t s ill lines in the Uniited
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The average of such daths during the
last eighit yeari is one to every 464
ell)lo ved. Fall of roek from the roofs,
blit, llore particilar ly from the sides iof
woikinogs, conitiniues to lin the mio4 t
fruit fli source~ of thiee dIisasterxs ; and
t hiere seemsl good reason to beldieve
that a large prop~ortion mighut be pre
'vented by ai sutllieint proviionl of tim
-A young male Afriean (eephant now:
occuiesi the stall ini thle elephianit-houise
lately vacated by the nmneh-lamuent ed
"Jumblo." "J.ingo" is theO name wvhich
this recent addlitioni to the Zoological
Society's colle(et ion hears. HeT is young
ini years and sniLl ini stature, beinir only
four feet and two inches in height nul
wveighing about 70 po~undls. As he is
wvithbout bleCmish or defect of any kind,
and perfect ly tame and gentle, it. is not
unlikely that he muay sooni enjoy the
popularity of his pr'edecessor. ''J ig''
wVas cap1t ured lby Arabs in Upn)!er Nublia
about eight eeun mntha ago, and i a bm
lieved to lie abi >ut thriee or four years
~The First ('astfinig or Iron.
b.efore th lyear'. 1i. I', wvhen A:hbiu
I arby, 21n ii,-il ent. mleen-ri . , who
luul bronught suiie I ll!utchi wmkon1I to
esi abIlish a br f'oinilr a':t I irisl),
hF'~uIg.,i locivedI ot 1he .t'a ii in I)ght
beil subst inut ed for'II' br 's This4 hi work
men ~id nt) succleed in 12(1 i-n:. bLi-m,
li!itieu 1(11 met lihii w hih it see 1' Ler tbet
timedjiCiOl i don hons ht'l, rsomeij lf
tive. \\hile 10. kiing oni(1110 du ii i
l'eranent1is <( thne 1)ltch wVor'Xun-n, he~
s'id to Abraihami~ I)urby thtit lhe saw
whie'e theyC hail :us>&d it. lie besred
to I nie a lloe to trvW: C) lbe id
A brahiaunI 1):rby r,-n:i-dii -iione in the
workshopi all niehit strugg2ling wit h
thei retractorv metaIl a8n' imi-ferhet
iInlhls. T1h1e~l5 ours passe tll nuand day
ighlt appe1 ared,. but 11 in-te wouh!i~l leave
his task; :uni Juist as mnornhing daneiid
[hey suicceeded iln eas ing ain ironi pot
'(mphplte. Tihe boy' entered( into an
igreeiuellt. ithIi Abirahnuu j)aby t~o
uerve h mn :ll keep the .scoret'. H[e was
-liticed by t he( oiler of dlonile wVages to
('a e Is ma1:1ter, bu t he (c31n ci fa ith i
ul; and3( f rom 170!) to J r.. t he f-uiiiy of
l3Iiimas were cotish-njtm and1 imh inuih--i
aulited atg'ents to thle de-;SUCembots of
~braih-un J arby). For mor~ie than1 oine
lum(Iired 1 year nter th In ighat in wvhich
hiomasu and his mal~ster1 sulcteed-'( in
r-holes. 1 he same pree was pa
i'ed ando kept. .ecr't. at (Colebrlook I )ale
a't hi pluiggedI kteyholes andi~ barred( dioor..
Trainug a Wild Panrtrhidge.
Tlo dlomeistiente the' pa1rtridgoe hais fre
iiently bieenl attemp ited, but rarely no-.
omllished. The eggs have been placd
llder the ordinary lien for incubation,
uinkinig by association with the nest
tltte little partridge chic-ks would
ec(ane domflestic, but instinct would in
i :iably lead the young pafrtridlges to I
dmr natural wild life.' Last winter in
iolton, Zeno( Thlomas, while at wvork in I
be woodls a short dlistaince from his F
ouse, frequently saw a partridge, and
i the goodnless of his heart would seat
er a few gri~ins of lood for it. Last
prmgu, while at work clearing the
Tround~l, he niot iced a partridlge that r
Il1cme not to possess5 the natural wild
ness of it~s species, and, after a short
ime1, by feeding and .kind attention,
vouild permit itself to be handled. Mr.
I homias at any time, by calling "DIick,
)ick,"' can get the bird to appear, muchl
r) thle Ibmusement of the neighbors. MIr.
'homasoneday took the bird to his home,
toping, to induce him to remain wvith
lomestic fowvls, but as soon as liberated
'Dick" flew away to his haunts in the
foods. "Dick" resented this famuiliari
y, andl for sever al days.would not pm4
ut Mr. Thonmas to touch him.--2'roy
to aInon sThe .U *
p 9951sjo atti$y the s 1
ThW1V'n ,U !4*0-VW4ti
omftwo on many. farab thoughout the
ountry tt l44abwod10 i fm
>lement for raising'wa4t#'* stock Is
zepts It a R9eta W b lbe said
hat thorei two dmiUls,
*Vrotal and statioliftWO4 . mUlM at*
hose in whidh the entire frame of the
iood is turne about t'strongp itot.
3tationatry mills are tho*6 in whfid the
;op of the mill only refolves, and is sup.
ported upon a framework of niasonry,
A foreign exchange gives the follow
ing idformation regard.ng the construo
Lion of windmills. It says that the spot
selected for the establishment of a wind
mill should be far separated from trees,
mountains, houses and any elevated ob
ject capable of offering resistance to the
wind. One may select a spot by placing
a little mill at the top of a pole, and al
lowing it to revolve an hour after the
rising and two hours after the setting of
the sun. It the motion is constantly
regular, it is a sign that the wind blows
favorably in one direction. If, on the
contrary, the mill turns Irregularly and
by shocks, if it turns a little to the right
or to the left, it is a proof that the wind
passes obliquely where it is found, and
therefore the plee is not fit for estab
lislihing a windmill.
The winds of the north, northeast,
south and southeast are the most ad
vantageous for a windmill, because they
blow both day and night, While the oth
ers only blow in the night, in a time of
tempest or rain. The operation of mill
ing is the same in a windmill as in a
water-fall; but the care of a windmill
shoil'd not be intrusted to any but those
who have had experience in furling and
unftirling the sails at the proper time.
On the approach of a shower, the sails
should be taken In and the mill allowed
to stand idle until the storm is over.
Windmills are now econstructed in
which the ordinary sails are replaced by
thin boards, .which by the aid of a po
culiar contrivance can be made to slip
over each other without stopping the
mill. With such a mill there is no fear
of being surprised by the wind, because
in less than a minute the boards can be
placed in a mass like a beam, against
which the wind has no special force.
Nevertheless, if the mechanism should
be found disarranged when the storm
comes the wheel would be shattered.
N. 1'. World.
Bob Burdett's Advice to Boys.
"You say you demand the noblest
type of womanhood in your wife. If
that is the sort of woman you
want, marry Nora Mulligan, your laun
dress' daughter. She vears cowhide
shoes, is guiltless of corsets, never had
a sick day in her life, takes in washing,
goes out house-cleaning, and cooks for a
family of seven children, her mother
and three section men, who board with
her. I don't think she would marry
you, because Con Regan, the track
'walker, is her style of man. Let us
just examine into your qualifications as
a model husband after your own matri
monial ideas, my boy. Can you shoul
der a barrel of flour and carry it down
to the cellar ? (Jan you saw and split
ten cords of hickory wood in the fall, so
a to have ready. fuel all 'winter? Can
you spade up half an acre of ground for
a kitchen garden ? Do you know what
w ill take the slimy taste out of the new
cistern, and can you patch the little leak
in the kitchen& roof? Can you bring
home a pane of glass and a wad of putty
to repair the damages in the sitting
room window ? Can you hang some
cheap) paper on the kitchen ? Can you
fix the front gate so it will not bag? Can
you do anything about the house that
Con Regaun can ? My dear boy, you-saee
why Nora Mulligan will have none of
you ; she wumnts a higher type of true
manh.lood. You expect to hire men to
do all man's work about the house, but
you want your wife to do everything
that any woman can do. Believe me,
my dear son, nine-tenths of the girls
who play the piano and sing so charm
ingly, whom you, in your limited knowl
(ge, set (down as mere 'butterflies of
fashion,' are better fitted for wvives than
you areO for a husband. If you want to
marry a first-class cook and experienced
housekeeper do your courting ink the in
tel:igence office. But if you wvant a
wife, marry the girl yon love, with
dimpled hands and a face like the sun
light, and her love will teach her all
these things, my boy, long before you
have learned one-half of your own
lesson. "-Biurington awkye.
Trm St. Louis Globc-Democrat says :
Mr. Charles Reis, No. 1611 Second dar
ondelet Avenue, this city, was cured by
St. Jacobs Oil after sixteen years suffer
ing with rheumatism.
Trun ancient customu of sendir a pires
ent Iof flne cloth to certaini high rflicers
of State and gentlemen of her Majesty's
bonsehl d has lately been obsxerved by a
commiittee ouf the Court of Aldermeniof
London. The custom seems to have
originated in a desire to encourage comn
j' tition in thle m:iufifnture otf ine gocdr.
Tmru Boston (Globe brings this item:
Chias. S. Stricklaind, Esq., this city, was
e~ured of rheumatism by St. Jacobs Oil.
--( omphantts are still hieard in uttle
(County, Ciifornuia, of poisoning from
conit act with I oleanider. it is very dIan..
gero)us, andl t hough some consider it
pretty, still it should1( not be tolerated.
lyspe ptic or const iated, should1( add(1ress,'
vi th two stamnps for pamnphulet, Woai's
)LSIPENsARY MEDJICAL. A noCIATION, Biiflal,
i,. Y. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
, --The following occur'redl in a San
he Judge of a recentl1y-convied man,
' anyt lung I o o!Ter~ ti he(court before thle
".ii 011c iS ).t3ehd?" ' N~o, your lIIon..
>r,"rpid tc Ih le prisoner; ''my3 lawyv~er
lil y last, '.ent."'
Wiuro has not seen the fair, fresh young
arl t ran sfonrmued in a few .m to thus ilnLt th
ale, Iiggaird, dispirited womnan ? Thie
purkh ng eyes are diuuuned, ando the ring
nig laugh heard no more. Too0 often the
auses are d1is(orders of the system which
)r. Pierce's ''Favorite Prescri ption" wouldl
iemedy in a short time. Remuernbher, that
hie ''Favorite Preserdptiou"' willI tin faib
ugly cure all '"f'male wmeaaknesses,'" and
estore health and beauty. By all dIruggists.
endo three stan)ps for Dr. Pierce's treatise
n lDisease's on Women (96; pages.) A dd ress
voumw's MECDICAL AssoCIATION, Jlull'alO,
--An exchange tells of a railroad bag-,
tage-master who mlissedl his train.
'robably on account of a straggle with
L trunk that didn't break so easily as
usual. Of course he ,would have felt
Lshamied t o prtra trunk on whole, and so
(ok it out behind the station to finish
I# you fees dutl, drobyt debilitated, have'
on 4egmouiih tastes bd ot
- OU At~
Was trOe W . k 1.
he lirge robz4
ieavy iron 6d, Intb an E1m
lag-staff. Tho lt * 04l y
ihatered an4 driven *roggA * t
le building an4, Into thie ;&th, A.
unburned --Portone-of' t. an
3arrid a long distance. The fne
barn,was sayd by strong-Vind blowing
in th* right 'direction, but some lesser
buildings were burned. Not a partile
f 'rain fell sonae time, before or after
the buildin burned, And at the same
moment of-tho shock there was not a
particle of thunder k lightning, or a
lark cloud overhead.--N. Y. Timee
-Those poor children in New York
who have been taken on the fresh-air
Lxt turs ons saw many sights new to
Shemm. One little girl followed the farm
r 1s lie wvent out 14r vegetablesfor din
ner, and came back excited to hercom
palions, crying: "He dug the perta
ters out of the ground, and didn't pay a
cent .' ________
That Terrible Diabetes.
GaDSDN, A LA March 5, 1881
H. H. WARNER & Co.: hirsa-'l tried every
medicine I could hear of for Diabetes, but
in vain. Your Safe Diabetes Cure gave me
perfect restorati.on of health.
J. T. LIVINGSTON.
-An Indiana man gave his horse a
pint of whisky to send him along in the
race. The effect was so hilarious that
the animal tried to step over the grand
stand. and in the effort broke two legs.
MIERCIANTS, PEDDLER1 & AUCTIONEERS I
Write to L. A. BALL & Co., 19 Marietta St.,
Atlanta, ua., fo- ontalogue of prices of cheap
Jewelry and Notions. Cash buyers, we want
you to see the advantage.
)uns God-liver oil, from seleoted n. n
'4 sim shore, by Caswell, Hazard & Go., S. E
baolutely pure and swe. Patienin who have
.cm,"kon it prefer it to all others. Physicians
rnalo ' 3agerior to all other oil.
-A certain new married editor comeF
out with a fierce article against "boss
ism," and now lie wonders what his es
teemed contemporaries are all laughing
Don't 1K. In the Weume.
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice,
roaches, bedbugs, ties, anto, moles, chipmunks,
A MAN who eloped with a Wisconsin
wife left a note for the husband: "I
have tooked your woman ; but yu at
welcum to my.last week's wages, which
I didn't draw; and I hoap that squareE
COzAPziD hands, faoe, _pmples and rough skin
outed by using Jniper Tar Boap, made by Cas
well, Hazard & Co., New York.
--Wilkie Collins is, in the opinion of
the Londion WlorMd, an inistance of a
miode1st geiusi who shuns the noisy
recognition of the mob.
Nerlga citca 44.'ao
TooH EUanMHATIhe sMed
Fakceadr, Sor nes aof therCet
anns and Ainhursan
Too a' aur, anHe adcheap Frotena
Remedy A trial entails but the comparatively
trIfling outlay of 50 (ents, andI every one suiffering
will pain can~ have checap and posit1i1o proof of ite
l~irectIons In Eieven Livignageq, 1 I
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND JJM.ERS
A. VOGELER & CO.,
A -- - altimore, MAd., U.8. 1.,
P. w.ZEOLER &CO.. BOX 94. ChCAgo, Ill.
4 b Contas buys 3 L.ovely Adt. Cards and a Non.
'* Such Cook llook. GEo. C.lA~roaD, Syracus.,N.Y.
EGE'S IMPROVED CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.
Cen for. Wth universa Lo
S Prices Lcw. Workman. :
J shi p First-Class.
Manufacture d by CA LELI 1E ORE0S, gALIM, N. 0.
EN ~ \ ~i%: I hmae e (, )jt. IIARTictt8 IRON 'J
ovtlished conit lo:a of the bloori, thIs peerless retwimed
ases thamt have ba illed sousic of our. Inost emnenmt phty.
*I1 inety Ii-Et'erihr bit In p)frke to aty iro
_____r_Lt-r Ol1 Mo . Nov.
Iti7eichlor to r~s1iT~7f~\
amt ural hearlthful tone to
ihe <dlgent le orqan* andrl
ne~rvouE sys~Item, muaking
it applicabiejo General
1eb I lty, LonA of A m.
Power, ande Impotence.
MANF..lrACTURa EDB TH E DR.EATE
Weak Sighst, Sore
ThA terrible scorge, g4ver and ea,, and its p0g9ar,
illous remittent, beeldes agIseklons of thi stlOUl Uver
ad bowels, produced by miasmatio air ad waeT, ar
oth eradicated and prevented by'tbe use of
Itomach Bitters, a purely vegetable elixir, indsten
physicians, and more extonsively used as a remd * '
hove class of disorders, as well as for many otheras bb"
mn medicine of the age.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealer
The Qnly Watch E *0
IN THE SOUTHe
save the mid
and buy direct fros
Bnd for Ru
IDg now snjprovq
84 Whitehal 8.,
SOUTHERN MEDICAL COLLEt
Regular Winter Term begins first week in Otobetv
and continues five months,
E00NTAL ad OLWOIAL ADTANMTAG5 imau MW.
For Circulars or any iaformation, addrqss
Il. WM. PERRIN IOOLUU0
P. O. Box 2s4. E -e
'.8 COOD NEW
t Clubs la W
60as,1and baS -
* "Xo )ear ffown m a.
'4 ths par ty seudiag a 0lub for $SeSM. Reware et be is-ede -
* eH MA F TR A B" that are being ettetised-4bey are Magere
n4 detulmentai to health--lo erpotsen. Dealsl with rN~l
ionn.em and with first bands If possible. 35 . -U5
The Great American Tea 00a Ip@o @
.. . ox 211. ci ya si ST., N4 e S
MCBRIDE & CO.'S
CHINA AND GLASS PALACE,
Own the GJate tity Natural Stone Water Filtefer
and Cherry'st steam Fruit and Vegetable Dry.
A ednts for seth Thomas Clock 00. Prices fu ra
ithed oni alplication.
att AND NOYC
MILL and FACTOIW StUPB ES
OF ALL KINDS. BELTING HOS0 *
PAQEING, OILS, PQNPS ALL .Z1V
IRON PIPE, FITTINGS, BBAS8 GQDS,
STEAX GAUGEB, ENGINE G0V31(N03,
&o. Send for Pice List. W. II. DIL
LINGHAX 20 00., 143 Xain Street, LOUIS
TW .C r' y utfuur. hushand or wife, wish a e. tie
Aldreia Prof.L. Ifana ioMent'yPt.,~se..b.'5
Strong's Sanative Pills
c ure for liver comuplaint, regulating thes
bowel., purifying the blood,elsanuing ftom malarial salut
A perlect cnre for sIck beadaohe, constipation aus
dyspepas. Mold by all leading Druggst. For elronlars
and almanacs with full particulars, ddrese, P. Q~. Be
MAKE 7 HENS LAY
LA n Enlish Vetertaary Surgeon and Cheritt
tavelila this contry, says tb andae a1f$be Bsdne ,
detle Fowders sold here are wetless tra. Ua .sy
.hat Sherldaa's Cadiscas Powdere are abec a. se
and imostaasely valuable. lethiag om erh A1mb . "
s...ay Il. Aherlaa' e.de.. ?..wd. Da.s.
'-uopoo.nA1 te ene ta6 .t flbod. Sold! everywbh' asr
--uit by wall kr 5 letr stamnp.. 1. 5. JON N '1
t- aton, Mas., istaaerly sangor, Xe.
*16. *20. 25e
CHEAP AND DURABLE.
Send for Circulars. Address
the only Manufacturers,
CHAPMAN & OO.
Publishers' UnIon, Atlanta, Ga.......,..Thirty-81r.--*82.
TEA S Jn abundance-M Miflion poundt 4
imported last ycr.-Prcs luwer.
than ever.-Age wanted.--Do,
TEAwaste tIme fen or circular.
10 lbs. Good Black or Illixed, for *1,
10 lbs. FItne e3ak or 1Y Ied, for 2.
10 lbs.Ohaolce lack or fixed, for 83.
8end for pound semple.~ 1? ctq. extra fotr postage
Then get up a club. Choicest Tea In the wo)l.
Largest -vartety.-Pleaas ovnerybe v.-Oldes~t , ia
House in America -Ne thromo.-44o 1aubtl- -
Straight buuiness.-Value for money. '3
ILOJ'T WE LLM,43 Vesey St., N.YJ.,M.0.DBox 1m.
a latable torm. fThe t
that will not blacken te
othe~r irona pra s.e
iitltijto0.e the resule that Dr,. HL ItT 's
ttioien, me Dlseas'es. iys ~ , an -fut
preparation made. Ifn gian ~
>ruettee. 1)1. R QJAOO
of Tast&e and BmeII, Neuralg a, Fiunt
a, and flI ps..a-.
'att'y Orgati. 4W