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A GOOD BAR.
EXCKLLENT NTABLK, AC.
4V R. U ,KEYXAIS, IWf,
Keeps a Good Stable.
JAM. & MAN, Pro'r.
aVlT ml Alt4Milf
Cor. Mala aad Eiblh fkrarta,
f OTATKP IS THE (INTER OP THE
JLa) Ui(M( WholaklU HuUM ud TWco
Maraaouwv tanuMwa ua BIW4 rww
tkrwickout, la lb. IM Mrlr.
TABS $2 00 per Day.
caxa. r. HATCuaa ptid rki.u
Tmrnmlf al iMa.llto,
Cor. Maia uti Fount fkreau,
BafltUd and Bafurnlahad.
Fr SO prr Bay.
HATOHZR at BELL, Pro's.
, AiUmil HOUSE,
CWrxr ltt md Sammml Ormk,
HA.VINU LEAKED THIS CENTRA L
lw locakni lioWl, UM uadaninaaa i.
aWu-railiwi to .Iraid lo ttanlm and luanlm
HKtlT CLAHU atwtaiomvBl U maonmble
"75-1 ' at. CAKl E.NTta
LATC WArUtKM UMUHE.1
HAV1WO LEAKED THIS POH'LAB
HobM, fcr a lana of jiaira, wkirk k
naktad oa awirt wuua, tad n4iill
th auM la luoii MjrW, 1 mm pntparad ta
artaai ail aaooll ua ava, Ta Uanling pub
lic will tad IhM Uuum a aaaraukm, Mopiin
An Exoellent 8Ubl
auaraaiaal la tiM kouat.
At Um Bar.
Fan liqaon. htia. A
tl ; OaVID UAUVt.N,
cuaa, m. wiataa.
WINTER & KRAUS,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Kaa? oa hand a Unr rarUtr af P!&2
OOOUt far CTKIXHl LHjf, aUaa
. mm aill mli at priua to
toalk WmOhw Tkird ud J.lfanoaauaata,
mmim oaha HnMiawa ktutaU Ufa law,
act CiaiiiT, Louanilfa, fcv. !-
, .muU.TOH LAD1KA.
Erery woman hai mrh itrong rrpuf
Mtio to Uiag fH4nmmA, that mother
I'l DrrvrrniUiitiHMl dwurM aSia
Mtaral Ming, awwUM, at M U, with
few of ridicuM which In nm defrN
oaan41r Witt avixtakU. ;.7Ua ara,
tlttrnfere, that rour daurhiar be wtll
dremi, and allow W to (ulluw tha fah
ioa, who. Uit k Mither impmpcr aor
KtmvaMDt, Tha mnn tire fab aha ia
dnaa-a life other, the Im mill nk think
aboot tha BMttar. . . . . ,
The -VoTlj Varden" bnancU ar aaid
to be the prrttieM and moat baoomin'
nrad-goar that haa hoen worr) hf women
fcr . mtwrtaa. It ia anraetkrng on
tha roMie and comport! with the aulta
of the an name. Tha trimming rarr,
bat ennrM mainlv of bronade ribhona,
chrrrira, Mark lane, marvuritea and
moatitam daiM. For early rpring, the
Janame the rarorita tyla af mm hat
It J !of blaok Mid white (Uaw, and. aa
prati an4 unkiw a anfiarlik. J Ckil-
drrnr bonncta are rcrtaiulr beautirul.
eatiraly of pink daime, with trimming
of white g roe grain ri'.k and ruche.
' ' "WHO'a AirKAlir
A gentleman axka the girli die 6Uow
ing pointed qoektlon: "Could yon lore
a man who wore take hair oa ki head,
and when he had enough of hi own?
Who painted hia Cace and improved hi
form M you improve (?) Tounf Who
pinched hi fret aith mall ahoea, hia
waiat with corarta ; and then, at if b hail
not alreadr dcforuiol himnelf enough.
tied a huge buttle to hi neck, and thruxt
tinjr niounlain of wire into hn boaom T
In. replr to which a lady ratpund:
"Could you love a girl who dt-nled her
mouth wilh tolavco and loailed the air
with fuaea of cigar T Who fUt$cred
home arvrrul limn a week tlie wone fur
liquor? Who indulged in fiwt bor,bpt
high at racea, aixl raairfirred around tlie
alrarte wilh quetinalile companion?
Which picture wean tlie nrait alluring
color," W aim are it reported that
Mm. Vau t'ott mvi if ahe had all the
money ever paid for liquor, be could
bur every ioJt of kind in the world.
Very likely. And if the had tbejaMoeT,
TftQ Vrr women f r lv k hair the oould
buy ever j drop of liquor in the world.
Mark .ilk column, richly embroid
end in colored tilk foaa, are among
the tpring novel t if.
ranuola thia far are trimmed with lace
to match the color of the material of ;
which they are made.
A new (irtt yf trimming fir laoetcaHk
and reilr it a lao fringe, which U very
pretty and eflbctive.
A new style of watch it in the than af
a beetle, thickly bacrufited with precaiu
Monea, one aide of the wing open with
a tpring and diauluaea a aatch dial and
the other tide ha email plaoa for
The latett ialUioaabla otnamenU are
of amber, aadwill, in a fcw nioothi com
pletely aapejeede thetortoi tbell jewelry
which ,ua bald it wa for aa umuually
The rage of theaauoa mem to be deli
cate tint arraiigad in karmoniou blend
ing and the neweet agonk ax "Paris in
flumea." and Pari to aehiw." -,
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The newest! stylca of teck-tiat art of
black lac luUwrponieiJ with mall knot
of colored riblxm..
Two Boston girl have recently become
paraliiwl from the ute of ouametica.
There are ood many people who
thiuk proof reading ona of the easiest
thing in the world, and who get vary
imnatieat over mistake in book and
newspapers. A writer in tha Galaxy
give eouie very interesting incidents of
typographical error. He mentions one
eiliuoauf tha liiUa which ouaUiui six
tliouaand mistake. Ba nvat tlx rUlow-
ingof the difficulty In the way of getting
out perfect book. Hoax pronator oi
the Dnivsraitv Edinbunrreaolved to pub
lish book which should ba a model of
typographical accuracy. Fix proofread
ers were employed, and after it was,
thought to be perfect, the sheet was put
in tha I lull of the University, and a re
ward of 1250 was offered for every mis
take thai should be duvovered. When
the book was printed, it waa found that
il auntainad several errors, one beginning
in tha title page, another in the first liue
of the first chapter. Ill only book mat
am haliaved to ha antirelr fire from er
rors are an Oxford edition of the Bible,
a London and Leipaio Horace and an
American reprint of Dante.
Ladi aomtUuiat do not valiM their
huabaud aa they aught, They aot un
frequently learn the value of a good hue-
band for the first time by tha loat of turn.
Yet tha huabaud k the very roof-tree of
the adifioa the keyatuoe called home.
II ii the Dfoad-wuiAar of the tauiily
it dufons and glory the beginning and
andins af tha golden ehaia of bat which
surrounds, it it couiuwllor, law -giver
tad ita kmg.
Whc to advwline Now.
You tut not trjifxrcaf,',
' cobji (tabjch oMBurra.
' Font neaping toble-epoonfub of eora
starch: a rea-cupftil of milk and three
egaw ; pepper, salt, and 4 leaepoutful uf
butter j quarter of a toa apeentul of sods;
half teaytpoonful of cream of tartar.
Heat Ik efr, Vream of lartar and aom
atarrh together, add the milk with the
todadiaaulved in it, pcper, salt and but
ter. Fry krewtt, tura them over wbaa
dime, place apon tha table while hot. (
" " ' csaa or cobji main.
. Htarchr clgKl ounce; sugar,' tame;
butter, four ounce; eggs, twobakiag
powder a tta sp.tnrul. - Beat the butter
and rugar rU beth; beat tha eggs.
add with tha starch and powder, flavor
t taate. Bake.
a oooo baa-aauo roa urrai :
"Three well keatoa agaa, lb re table
spoon of made mustard, little butter
or oil, tea teh!rtpocuula of vinegar, a
little cayenne pepper aad salt; place it
on the fir and stir until it thickens. This
ia also a good dreamng fcr Cold cabbage."
Take aoe tea-cvp of riot, one teaepooa-
ftil salt, and water and boil until tender ;
remove from the fire; add one quart of
sweet milk, two or more eggs, small half
cup of butter, a small teaip of sugar,
half a nutmeg, and bake. To be ealea
warm or cold.
Do aot uncover too toon. Plant
anon as the weather will permit, setting
the plant Ibnr fret each apart
One of the prettiest onuunenta ta a
room during winter may be Airaiehed by
a tweet potato placed in a hanging basket
in sand, mid kept moist with occasional
waterings, the vine will grow vigorously,
clinging to the cords which suspend the
barket, and climbiug to the ceiling, or
descending in beautiful festoons beneath
Heroic Struggle with Poverty.
Hon. Henry ilsou, in a recent
ech, thus referred to some of hi ex
perience in early life: -
"I was bora in poverty ; want sat by
my eraxUe. I know what if ia to ask a
avrtber tr bread. ktWa aba aw -tin
giva. i ten bom at lea year or age
and served aa apprenticeship of eleven
years, receiving a month's schooling each
year, and at the end of eleven year hard
work, a yoke of oxen and six sheep
which brought me eighty-four dollars.
A dollar would cover every penny
peut from the time I was horn until I
was twenty-one years of age. I know
what it is to travel weary mile and ask
my fellow -men to give me leave t toil
I remember that in September, 1833, 1
Walked into your village from my native
town, and went through your mills seek
iug employment If anybody hadoficr-
ed nis W or $8 a month, I should have
accepted it gladly. I went down U. Kal
mon Falls, I went to Dover, I went to
Newmarket and tried to get work, with
out success, and I returned home weary
but not diacouraged, and I put my pack
on my back and walked to town where I
now live, and learned a mechanic's trade.
I know the hard lot that toiling men
have to endure in tha world, and every
uluatioa of my heart, every conviction
of my judgement, pats ma oa the side of
the toiling men. of my country aye of
aV Oaliow Story.
Everything connected with hanging
being interesting, we may mention that a
story is published in Tkt Abitent (Ksauas)
IlenU, th purport of which is that a
murderer being huug in that neighbor
hood, waa dug up and brought to life by
the doctors, satiated by a galvanic battery.
The recutita ted gentleaiaa give the fol
lowing description of the sensations at
tendant upon strangulation : "Hanging
ia rather pleasant tluut otherwise; for af
ter tha first spMnodieetiuggl for breath
a delightful tickling sensation followed
my vein to th tip of my limb. Con
sciousness seemed to lose itself very grad
ually, and for a time a portion of th brain
seemed to retain ita validity. The hap
piest moment of a lifetime waa centoxod
in a dream at that iiwuuit From that
moment, until I found myself In the
hands of acienoa, I knew nothing.
Th Herald promises "further develop-
ments next week," but it had better lot
well enough alone. It cannot beat that
'delightful tickling atnaaUun and that
'happiest BMMnent of a lifetime.
' Au. tha cadets of tha reiguing house
of Prussia are required to leant a trade.
Prince Henry, the aldatl ton of the Crowa
Prince, ha just baea apprenticed to a
bookbinder. Hia father, the Crown
Prince of tha German Empire, it a type
setter, and hi grandfather, th Emperor,
learned tha trade of a glauer.
Cut man Th acker died la South Car
olina the other day at the age uf 138 year.
It ia pity that owe should find it aaota
ary to di at aa age whaa ba has every
reason to suppose that ha has outlived
tha awccaaily of dying at alL CWisr
Jatirikti. ' '
Via, SauBt Wibuaas, lata aiaaaidag ed
itor ef Um LtaitvUlt lww, aaalakaa paaV
uoe ee la m. Leei JtyaMuaa.
., A BAILBOAD BA.CB.
A Vaaa-wol Btragla fat Baoaao,
Ok Aktaeaay As a Mi Ik Waa. sns.
larlaf trark aa lk JMg Huaty Railroad, let s
car ln ha: with Itr nib si taps from Oieir
asatrel, eat ( the BalirhWhond of rVott's
at Vtnm Ibert it dnwa (two, awl at ear
ntlinl tpsad raaidljr.aad g ss toailnf lewsra
ra WW faarfal repMitv, The tnanraetiaa
angiB was Boring a? th track leaswrly, the
aaar etsa tempraWfidtatM situalioa,an
mrmmt lb , aad fat ea all steam to .
aapa, Uwww eaww lhrirrit and H. persaer,
the eagiat aareaoa, atU riaia( fraaliealy, ami
Ik etew-Ai ef ptnrd at the markot-kowae, aa
aaaVtaowats giviiaj a wide kenk tt
sowfaaisasi and wraairtioiat the awawial apse-
le. I'psafheear were a eaartajr of aem
labeiara, wke bniwa to jnaip off alil ens only
waalefttowlUMaallwesutpejuid he jumped
tool tofcre Ike rollittna. ThaAdy .kept f av
eapt aw Ik anoint was tonaa tat iwltra la-
law tnwa M Ubm to kit It raaated in is In
threw Ih tar off, kal H eaaw to onoa apoa th.
aadtsd owltehauui aad plunftd into the mriae
with the akorll af t ballorinf -raav Uult or
aarnagt kowartr wtadoae, si rant lo my.
aad Ih engin wat rensird and at work in s
lew kxmn. fast H would penetratt the bnlk-r
and eaase aa exploaioa was exported, and
wbea a eollUlcia aamed incvilahl Ih enris-
eer Wft ia gasat kaatt, to he oould aot pmrat
Ibt diaiotor. Kntrntf OaartW,
aarraa ia the New York tea.'n !
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wpplie the miasing stanias of ,
Horaa, Sweet Home," and remarks:
The word Wet by John Howard
Paraa, and wnreiung ia Clari, the Maid i
at Milan. The air wa onainallv Hici-
liaa. and was, with slight alteraUons, in- """' " " " 00",riT"0' rh""T -,,
, ,,., rv-i-ui 1. VL, - akled very pertty tatet tt to prodaoai of t
treuacad by IJonitotu ta ait opera or ArouA iba el oada and Miu
Aana Bolena,' at the raggettion of the
pruaa dVmao, Pasta. The atantt in
question are th third and fourth of the
song, and art as follow :
How sweet lb to sit "atath a fond father',
Aad Ih cares of a asother lo saotbt and be
Let other, delight 'mid aew pleaaunM U,
ok ! giro m tha plctaure. "f !
IIiHnt! home! twtet, sweet home
Bui gin est, oh I give me the pleaeurea of
Ta lac I'll turn orer-bardeaed with rare,
Tkt heart', dearest aolaot will smile o mt
aftTUh!a3ffl.- acatn trill Teotsi.
Bs il evar o k amble, there', no place like
Howe! koane! sweet, eweet kotoe!
There ao place Ilk. home; there'a ao place
. - Saturday night
What Irieaaad thtngs Saturday Nighb are,
wriuaanoit one In tht Tttaa,and what would
lb. world do without them? That, breathing
momtnla ia tkt trampiug march of life: thuae
lil'Ja twilight, ia the broad and gariah light of
whaa Ik pal yeaterdaye look beautiful
through Ih shadows, aad fare "changed"
long ago, aalb awetlly again ia the huh ; when
oo. rememhera tht "old ftilka tt home," snd
Ih old arm-chair, aad th littl brother that
died, and tha little abler thai waa " translate 1."
Saturday Kighb mak people hums ; art
their hearts to healing softly ss they Bscd to,
before tht world turned them Into war-drum,,
aad jarred them to piece with tattooa.
The ktdgar elutaa aith a clash; tbt I roa -dour-
ad vaullt call wilh bang; up go the that-
lera with will; click goeath key in the lock.
It b Saturday light, sad buaiiieae breathe free
ague, llunitward, ho I Tht door thai haa
beta ajar all th weak gently cloam behind him;
Ih world bahut out. Haul out? Bbul in.
the rather. Han, art kit treaaurea after all
aad aot ia th vault, and aot la th book
a, re tb record ia tht old family Bihle and
aad aot ia the bank.
Ifaybtyow art a bachelor, fraaly and forty.
Thoa, poor fellow, Saturday Kighl'e nothing In
yoa, as yoa am nothing to anybody. Gel s
wife, bluo-arad or hlack-tyed, kut abort all,
litd koaw, ao matter bow
little, aad a liule just lo hold two, or
two aad a half, and thea gut the two, or the
two aad a half ia it, of s Saturday Night, and
Ikb paragrauh by tht li-ht of your
wifr'a eyes, tad thank Uod, aad take courage.
The dim aad dusty shops art swept up ; the
uaaaor b thrown dowa, the aproa b doffed,
aad labor hulia, with a light atep, konwwsrd
tbturday Night P faably murmurs lbs
laaguiahing, as ska tarot wearily oa hor oouqb.
"aad b thee, tanlktr toeoaw?" '
"HaUuday Night, al lastP whbptra the
weeper abort tha dying, "aad it b Sunday
to-aaorrow, aad to morrow I"
A wke liees ia Albany, and ahoea b Ha
inan, b thai of a oleek, aaid that h. had Ulely
built akeaae lhatooat kbs tkrat tbouaand
dollars. Hb friend, txpfamsd their wonder
thai ee eoakd aATord to buiid ao Sat t dwelling.
Why tlua b my suok kouat," taid he.
Your taauke kouaal what do yoa moan?"
Wky, I mesa that twenty years ago I left
off smoking, and I aompukd thai what I
meed, with talareet, would amount to three
thoaesad aVllart; aad I eoaeluded ta put lb.
ly saved from taaokeiate my koua(
I tall Ikb mv
Wouaa, abort all eutar aducators, tducals
kumaaly. Maa U the kraia, kal woaiaa b
the heart of kaaually, kt ita aUwagth, ahs ib
grata kt Us Judgaiant, she its faaling ant-
il aad aolaot. vta the aadnuadiag ef
to work maialy tkrougk
Paviaa off dt4aa b oat af tkt beat maaaa
knowa lo deliver joa from a I honied lompta
tiua of aia aad vaaily. ray yaur dataa, and
vua - ill not have tha whatvwikh tt iMiieaaa,
a toatly fewol ar peraicaMM ubaaura. In
taa word "ear that thoa ewee." tad roa will
of an aahr abaiaia fkua aatay iadalgeaiw.
which would eteiiiilytad la auar dasirismuai
uf hoik kudy aad tout.
A rxuMaa of Kaua ewunty, Illinois,
lately told over lt.OOO pound of wool,
imludiug the clips af th peat five years,
at M owiu a pound, aiaesfcutiu la all lo
HMO. lis has sbora from 00 U 800
ome Aneodotea of Artaraua Ward.
Mr. stnlken, lafana as that kt BMnV th
seifmiaiane of eareM rViowd, Anemas Want,
ia Loadoa, ana any aiaeh atraek with
a oxhtbnraan, af droll kwatnr. Tkt flrot
Urn. br hoWM Wart ea Ik otta at E7ptlaa
Hall uWleclareroaawaWtMdowa awtward
ly sa a chair. The una tenMd to kaag
htarily oa kit head. Ib fltared up aorv.
oaaly at the dork, aiadt frequent aad Tlnr-
oa avplieatinnr ef hie kanHkerehief to kb
pnatiaaai aaaal oraaa, ma, rw or thrat lii
sad walhsd 'alibetly aaowl tha Mar. aad r-
turaad to hb ttat. The hoar hand poiattd to
nrht aad yot an toand bmad from tha "snow-
tuaV lina Frre atinata, pae aurhi and Trt
yi. Ta aadlaaa hajaa to thaw etans at!
Impturee. Thtf did not andriwtaad Ihfa
denrnmlnilifla. .They had paid thoirainaty
for t ttaaj of lanraislioa aaoat Monaoadi
polygamy and aad all, and feared thai sua,
abast was ia slotv for tkees. Finally tht clock
iadiealed Ion tiinaUa paat tight, and then lb.
lcrtnrer mt again, and ahnffiing la fnm lirhti,
with hb Uttlo whip la hand, aald : "Ladba
aad lailliaiia, a lermrt wat advertiaai for lo-
aight la dib kali, Il
gia si I s'clock, but as I tea only speak Ifty
aiiautes al strtteh, I bar an lea minntai
aKing what noKitwaa!" Al tnt tbt audience
stand al tht state and apeaker la blank amaat
awnl; bat snoa the mingled drollery sad im-
pedenei of tbt jukt broh apoa Ihtm, and Ibo
bona, txploded hi ant big gaflaw. Mr. flots
mV Cl . Z
a, delightfully aboard that he fairly erreamcd,
. ' . w . .. '
am aay. that I he idea af tbt thing to him wa
Aantbrr rpUud. of t) mm. onferuiom.!
i, nUted bv tha trior. Tha iMnonuna had
rolfad along to the well know. aKwnlight
aoana. Thia waa a great point ia hb txhiN
ib shadow apoa th ralai waters of t lake.
On this aeca.iia. Ward, wilh ainrt thaa hb
aaual elahorateneaa, waa expatiating upon the
beautisa of the aeene. Thb mooa, ladies and
gentlemen," aaid he, "is our male stand-by to
pleas, our patroaa; yoa will obaarre the aata-
rulneaswithwhick II aaib through the hearens
Iglancing orer kkahoulder as ht )ioke, tofind
that th machinery had broken down, hd the
niaua wouldn't work). Ah, you will hart lo
exraat ma; I pereeiet that my monnfot ha.
inm. In tea: h. will he bark Draaentlrr And
o ,i,h tlw reel of Ib .how ta if nothing
Mr. Sot hern remarked Uit afTKlttl aneoa-
aciounneai of a humorous utterance oa the
mit of Ward aa the most telling point ia hi.
Fim'w haHuraa. flraaViaif Itmmtmhr.
- Loainga Hat,
Aa .' an..:j avi.
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as, who writes aa tullowt: While John
Branch, of North Carolina, waa General
Jackson's Secretary of the Navy, he. Tax
well, and Daniel Webster were walking
on tlie north bank of the Potomac, at
Washington. Tazewell, willing to amuse
himself wi'h Branch' simplicity, said,
Branch, I '11 bat you a ten dollar hat
that you are on toe ttAer tufe of the
"Done," aaid Branch.
"Well," said Tazewell, pointing to the
opposite side, "isn't that our tide of the
river T "
" Well isn't thia (A efAer tide ?
"Then yoa are iere, you are not on
"Why I declare, said poor Branch,
"so it ia. But here comes Webster,
will wia back tha bat from him." Web-
ler had lagged behind, but now came up,
and Branca accosted him. "Webstar,
1 11 bet you a tea dollar hat that I can
prove that you are on the other, side of
"Well, isn't this ona aide?"
"Well, isn't Hud the other tideT
"Yes, kui am not ea that $idT
Branch hung hi bead, and aubmitted
to tb lot, of th two hat aa quietly as
Th Bhtksapearaan Drama.
Mr. Booth haa made 8lutkepere a suc-
without any adventions or sensation
al aid. Ha put "Julius Casr on th
haud ia th beet poaible shape and play
ed it with the best he oould command for
all ita part, and it drew more people and
was played lougur thantke 'Black (. rook.
This is worth noting.
In the next place ht ha shown that
tli theater can ba mad as instructive
and sa delightful to our geueartion a it
was in bkakmpcera; w diilu t believe
that three years ago. H'orfd.
A mam eat up pound of sugar, and th
pleasure he has enjoyed is ended ; but the
information he get from a newspaper is
treasured up in hi mind, tu be used when
occasion or inclination call for it A
family without a aewsprpet is always
half aa age behind the times in general
ntw and tu formation ; beaidat, they nev
er thiuk much but have much to thiuk
about And there ar littl one growing
up ia igoorauot, without any test fcr
reading. Beside all these vil there's
th wii who, whea bar work ia done,
haa to sit dowa with her hands In bar Up
and ha nothing to take bar Blind from
her toib and cares of &iuetie lift. Who
would ba without anewspapurl" romV
Aa old geutlemau la Pennsylvania
walked forty aiiles to pay ki subscription
to a aewtpaper. Thia a wvera rabttk
to th many waa who would walk forty
toilca to keep from paying their tabaerip-lioua.
A PALACB P0B HOBSBB.
Bobert Bonner's Stable How to Peed
Ho rasa Dexter and hia Compan
ion. Every detail exhibited the most per
fect adaptation and tost. Truly a pal
ace would be a more appropriate name
Kir so perfect and expensive a stable.
Fiv large stalls each ahle of the wide
alley; the divisions ar about fiv fret
high, with an iron railing extending a
round the top, completely isolating each
inhabitant from the others, aa well a
from the paa of visitor. A the door
to apt , Admit Jot EUrkt to bat uH, I
notkw ther hi no autngnr: the bay is eat
en from the floor. Ia on corner there
ia aa Iron receptacle for feeding grain.
It b low, very timple and convenient
The nearer nature ia imitated tha better.
That I knew, and often advised. There
it more economy and lew trouble to feed
from a manger than from a rack, yet hi
nineteen out of twenty stable through
the country the manger will be found to
high and to far out over the horse bead
that a bom of ordinary atae must reach
tip to eat hit hay, and in so doing shifts
the seed and dust from it upon hi head.
Nature ha designed the horre to eat bis
food from the ground, eUe the pasturage
would be raised lo a level with hia head.
Th proper exercise of the muscle of the
f iel"gt and shoulders require this, and
neglect of this is often th cause of weak
knees. While looking at tha floor, Mr.
Bonner anticipated my inquiry by Bay
ing : " The floor is mad up by a scries
of slates, with .pace between them large
enough -to allow the passage of water.
Beneath there is a water tight floor, with
a pitch of two inches on one side for
drainage, with the false flooring just that
much thicker and higher on that side.
Tht extra flooring it to constructed in
two sections that it can be raised from
the center both ways, and placed on each
when removing the accumulation of ob
jectionable matter beneath. By this
time my attention was called to the occu
pant of some of the other stalla. " Here"
said Bonner, "it rrincost, Flora Temple's
gratcst compctor. . When I bought her
a short time ago, and placed her under
my care, she moved like a foundered horse.
This T knew w 'Sfcffcct ofcontraction
and bad sfaetng. ' The result of treat
ment ia proof of the correctness of my
judgment as yon see she move aa free
and as naturaly any horse. Bhe w a lit
tle vicious, and we will take her in hand
when convenient if Toa wioh. Prin
ces looked at me with suspicion, but I
toon made her ladyship submit to a
Of an iri table nature, the needed careful
handling and a little watching to prevent
a sjnp judgment in the way of a kick.
The next hone ahowa me wo a bay, 4
years old, named Sartle, one of the finest
model horses of bis agel ever saw, and from
present account is the coming home, he
haa already made the fastest tint on rec
ord bv a horse of hi age. "See what aa
arm, a shoulder, a lion, aaid Mr. Bon
ner, calling my attention to the various
point consisting a great trotter ; and as
thoroughly doe he seem to have studied
the poiutt neceamry for speed and endu
rance that I am convinced, that be could
at a glance eelect a trotter from a large
drove. Tlie nexthorse shown me was the
peerless Dexter. Many a man or woman
either, would, I imagine, feel It an honor
to caret thia greatest of horse, but like
a true king a he is, he will not permit
any fhmilairity from a stranger, yet to
ward bis master he seems to evince great
affection, following him with the docility
of the most gentle pet, while at the ap
proach of other be shows instant re
sentment, Intending to renew mw vwit
to the atabl next morning, I wat then
conducted by Mr. Bonner to hi pri
vate residence. Seated in hit library tlie
topic of his conversation lwcaiue that of
price paid. I am abl to give the pries
paid for the following named horses.
Itoakrrr.. ....,. a ........
rid. Everett .
lbdy Palmer , ..
liruno M. .-.
Jim Elliot -
Memoriae Bertns, tbout(Mr. Boo Dor,
word.) - - UOUO
The ttable and ground upon which
built must have coat at least f 100,000
making an aggregate of the handsome sum
of a quarter of a millun of dollar. Her
ald tf ifaaKk.
A couiuairoxi'KST of a Balti more paper
want to know wCy marriage and death
notice should be paid for ? For th beat
of reason, on ia aa advartiatmeut of
wpartuership, and th other i a reotkw
of dissolution. Buafiues it busiuea.
Bsv. eVrvABT Bowaaw'i oongrega
tiua, ia Lauisvilie, will begin al one the
rectiua of a liaiabonat aew vburck li
no, on the corner of Keoood and Broad
way, to oust about 160,000.
A.T. Btkw.kt had hi witira stebliab
aiaat ronaiatina of aiifht hundrud osr-
aooa, vaccinated by the Health Depart-
i ' Inipeeter reuuy.
Taa M. E. church and ita branvhta
number ..6i0, 631. Total number ia
iheworM, 2.S2I.6O0. 1
Tha Pereonal Appatarano ef Jtwua.
A ertrrejiporiHent of the Washington
(InsiWj writes: "On Sunday hart Re.
Dr. Newman delivered a discourse upna
the humanity of Jeaua Christ, in which
he stated that nothing had been handed
down to la regard to Hi parnrmal ap
pearance, many different view being eay
U rtained on that subject lacluaed yoa
will find a letter written by Publiu Lra
tulus, pfrwldent of Judex, and sent by
him to the Senate of Rome, when the
fame of Jeaua began to b spread abroad
in the world. Thaw ar hia words:
.'There Eva, at this time ia Judnx a
maa of sigular virtue, whose nam is
Jean Christ whom the barbarians esteem
a prophet, but his own follower adore
Him a the orrapringor th immnrtal
God. He call; back the dead from their
graves, and he la all sorts of dkwaam with
a word or touch. He is tall and well
a Imped ; of aa amiable, reverend aspect
Hi hair of a color that can hardly be
matched, falling bite graceful curl be
low His ear, and very agreeably touch
ing oa Hi shoulders, parted on the crown
of the head, like the Natality.
"Hi forehead it smooth, and large;
Hi cheek without other spot, save that
of a lovely red ; Hi Bute and mouth
formed with exquisite symmetry; nis
beard thick and of a color suitable to the
hair of Hi head, reaching an inch below
Hia chin and parting ia the middle like
a fork ; Hi eyes bright clear and serene,
He rebuke with tuajesty, counsels with
mildness; Hi whole address, whether ia
word or deed, being elegant and grave.
No maa has seen Him laugh, but He has
wept frequently. He ia very temperate,
modest and wise; a man, for Hi excel
lent beauty and divine perfection, tur-
paanng the children of men.
To Shave Scientifically
As mea continue to shave and to he
shaved (a practice which some regard as
unnatural and undesirable) we transfer
to our column the following brief essay
upon shaving, which is from the pen of
a celebrated an authority as Mr. Mechi:
"Never fail to wah your beard with
map and water, and to rub it dry, imme
diately before yoa apply the lather, of
which th sane yoa w, and th thicker
to; tftrhr fT, -'" 'tiitm.
Never usa warm water, which maV-T k
tender face. In wild weather pine your
closed razor in your pocket or ander your
arm to warm it Tha moment yoa leave
your bed (or hath) hi the best time to
"Alway wipe your razor clean, and
trop it before putting it away; and al
ways put your shaving bnh away, with
the hither oa tt
"The razor (being only a very fine
saw) should be moved in a sloping or
awing direction, and held nearly flat to
your face, care being taken to draw the
skin as tight as possible with the left
hand, to at to preaent an even surface,
and to throw out the beard.
"Tb practice of pressing on the edge
of a razor ia stropping H anon round it;
the pressure should be directed to the
back, which should never be raited from
the trop. If yoa shave from heel to
point of th razor, a trop it from point lo
heel; but if you begin with the point in
sharing, then strop it from heel to point
'If you only ouce put away your razor
without dropping it or otherwise per
fectly cleaning tha edge, you must no
longer expeet to shave well and easy, tha
soap and damp ao soon nut (he fine teeth
'A piece of soft pUte-lcatlier should
always be kept with razor to wipe them
How to Court ta Church.
A young gentleman happening to sit
at church in a pew adjoining am in which
aat a young lady for whom he eoncieved
a sudden and violent passion, was desir
ous of entering into a courtship on the
spot, but the place not being suitebl for
an informal declaration, the case (uggest-
th following text Second Epistle of
John, vetsa 5 "And now I beseech thee
not a though I wrote a new eomand
roent unto thee, but that which we bad
from th begining, that we love on an
She returned it pointing to the second
chapter of Ruth tenth verse ; "Thea she
fell on her face, and bowed her self to the
ground aud said to him; Why have I
found grace in thin ere, teeing I am a
He returned the book, pointing to th
thirteenth verse of th third Epistle of
Joha ; " Having many things to write
unto you, I would not write with pan and
iuk, but 1 trast shtrtly to eme unto yoa
face to fac that our joy amy befall."
From the abov. interview a, marriag
took place thMuuig wek. "
A Miawoi'iU legialator estimate lis)
dog crop ia th Uuited titetos at .1,000,
000. Each pup, h says eostt 18 a year,
making a total uf flM.OOO.OOO. - Of
(best, 105,000 go mad aiioaaly, and bit
10,000 people. Of court fhate a very
a mall matter! . t
AlXaava out of yiioaa Vhte.Udias:
ia wailing ar widow, bar choice tiuo
PriiM AUmrt died. Thev reoaivt sifts
hundred pound p annum, and ara tha
Widow t at OcileMil patty.
Beaaarkabl Pitawi ,Uun af a'
' Oorway, .
W rlip th following Anra the ran
Trm ArafwrtWmr Tb boriv ef Mr.
Young who died nf cholera to tha eitr.
in tha summer of 1V4, wat exhutmd
Wednesday bvt tiy undertaker Joha T.
ttmr,n atwi ftakaa ia Vim ' w U '
HterKhg whew the dscaassd resided pr
vksa to her removal to Pari, At the'
time of her death Mrs, Young waa ktnd-
wit m live aotct bow Kept try Joan
f irffnth. Tan nr Iheaa a.t. 1
mterment th family of the deceased
went Darz u ait. nierurur, am) a
was buried in th stranawrt; lot her rrars'
waa nejr Verted and the mound almost
leveled with ana. mow earth, aa that
whea th two daughters earn last wtrk
to ana in tha eamnt-al iIum
doubt at to whether they bad found th
.1 k... . L - I .1 ,. . ..
e " "j auu iwy cam la reu
if it waa their mother whea th eoffirV .
wat oprned. by a pair of rearerit-abawf!1'
ear-rings, and the work of exhuming
wa mmntencrd. When the hemal-caoe
waa brought to the turrac th plat env
ring the face wa take oil, and tit'
daughters, who had expected to bekntd
nothing but a skeleton, rewidred the
feature of their mother, aa natural a '
when the mffin-lid hid ihai : ,
wilh the exception of a alight yellow di
coloration and linking of the tyaa. Tb'
wrram ox no were nnoa ine Dosom looked
quite fresh, but had a yellow ting ; th
rosebud in her hair had not fallen from
the parent stem. The daughter were
mKh affected when they beheld the fitsa
of a fond mother that had been hidden
from them by the grave for eighteen
years, and stood with bated breath as if
listening for words of recognition from
the lip that had ad often Imprinted the
rias of affection apon their girlhdr
. a aa a 1
A Word for Vorehv
Novels familiarize men' minds with
societies not confined to any agW, country
orelasa. The poorest student treads rai-
an mmu, tha - i U .
- , - - .h m-r gai ir,
penetrates the moat exclusive boudoiaK
llm rmnnara wil km, m vnta -
tha hiirhaat tv,lit i.v ,T ' o! .'
r. I '- "- hiuh, og-
geatmnsof philoaophy, of wisdom, clothed
with personalitr, are gradually drank in,
aud tlie reader rises bettered: aot tnrhf
the nioat intanral k in. 4 r.f A.'.
I I -- wa wmimB VX
work house or lunatia atj-lum, hut to
lifted above the meaner thoughts of daily
life that on all subject nrvwetited to him
be it inspired to take a broad and gener-.
oil view. Man doe not live by bread
alone. Wear not all of aa sutanmaa,
fat lt I Lr aaaal Ba AA 1
a wavMte, IWinUI MJ milr
verytbiiig ow brHh .klea of ttte qoratSinJ.'
I. A 1 sa-i .
" Tik rmr -PTaBnrkworMji
moved by foeiing amre than IntertaVu " '""
argumentivepoarer; aa able noveliat may v
enlist on the side of jwtiea that larva
force uf public feeling which it called th'
opinion of tlie day, without which tha "
"fwaiiT. iiiaeiujiv cvnjiu not D0 BUVle IO .
move. To "rift them up, to make them'
superior to daily needs, ta make them ft
rt ammnl wants and habitual NKfaxkal' . i
ha it-.lf of the a,.ii ..,J . -
,, , " O- wit.
mall Show ear Log. '
A Detroit man, who had Mtributed'
a bundle of cast-off clothing for the rev
lief of the victims of the Minnesota fire,
received from one of the sufferers the fol
lowing note I "The eommitty mair give
me amongst other things, what ha Calh".
a pare of panto, and 'twood make ma
pant mm to ware 'cm. I found you name
aa' where you live on the pockit. My
wife kfled o when I abode 'eni' tb' hef
that I thot tb would have a ermipahua
fit 81ia want to bo If there lirra and .
brethai a man who haa leg no- bigger
than tliat. She sed if there wa he otter'
to ba taken up for vagriney fur Jmvin'
bo viaaible menus of support" I couldn't '
get 'em oa aiy obleat boy, so I waed ertf
for gun cases. If you have another pare ,
to spare, my wife would like lo get 'em
to hang up by the side of the firrplaco' '
to keep tlie tongs fn".".
Origin of a Baying.- .' .
A eorretpoiideut writes: "I have vainly
cxkluavoiwd to ascertaio the origtu of tb
laying: 'If the mountain' wilr" not ebnMr
to Mahomet, Mahomet nJiul'jH) to th '
mountain.' Can yoa enligleu'my igitor-
anot." It it aaid tliat wbea Mahoasot first
declaral hia syttum of religion to the
Arabs, they demanded proofa of bb
raculout power, sack a christian etaimed .
for Jeau and Muse. Mahomet replied
tliat it would be tempting God, and pew
voking Hi wrath, tograul their deruaud. .
Nevertheleaa, be commanded Mouut So-
fa la tu come to him. Of course it didn't,
Wl)ereusa h excUiimed :: "God i mer
ciful ! Mad it obeyed- my words, it would
bavt fullou oo us to our deatruution. I
will, therefor, go to the uiountaiu, mid
thauk God that He list had mercy is it
tlitf-ueckad generation. Littrmrj World i ' , ,
A Nxw Hamhuiikk man couiuiiturd ? "
tuiciile laat week al tho age of dta4eeor i . " .t i
I i eL - ka m.m1LI kui. - -
reform his diatiiaitte) habita, and felt tuna "7
that thev would Uasl nut career in
ihoukt they bucaau rooUxi by
aior vaara indulirenee.
II wa thiHight, until lately, he V
, - ... a-
nothing eorM .fi) Gourg. iraAvia '
Tnaiu Tonga, ku au audit-no . af 1 ,
twelve at riyracuta, New York, did lh
it very ctkaHually tha uUwr night '
lie refaaed to spaa. v. -
a a . r-
Mabv GauT, oi GiwauB,euttaty, Ky'.,
w i id year ow, ana aat twewaty f " . r
ehildrou. Altkoagb ak exiMw.t "
wiUuiirnaai to die, ah atill rvtoia . '
akleralaW scraav-tk of hotly and mi .
Mt wat aCtsd pLaa of
, bat dei-lntod it, yurt
j aaacaruta aewp,
that they eouklu't play ekT any tiled r !-A
' Menu oa hun-