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ThJ5iismcr witruilh m lefl llio sky,
Thcritimmtr songs Iiito died away j
And, willierel, In thu foutpatbs llo
The, fallen leaves, Ijnt yesteptny
IVIth ruliy nml with toi ny.
Hid.Srats 1 browning- on tho h'll j
Nupale, lo'utwl flower i to-all
T.oailral Mines of tlio rills,
ATVlilTrnrlly the itcR'l vine fall,
IVnil'tyinrktiio li ff 'm tie rolv I'll to watt,
1 1, Hit i1 jh tin? jtray ami sombi r wood ,
Airalaalthc dusk of (Iran. I lnc,
I.aitgMIIr J-al tlstcrhon I,
I'lic hutl'sjelloyr bloMiiis slilae,
Tlio twrny (,'ulil of Africa mice.
SmaU btauty lutli my iinstingc riowor
PurSptlox t-ovwi r Summer l,nllj
lint, in th4 scismi's saddest hour,
Toikles tint weap ami winds that wall
IUhIaI iiiri.rlt ilanetorfiiil.
OiyXfrjotrn oM! o life ffrown oMI
N'o rosi uf .Iiiue may blmin uisulo i
llut.lH.Vrie;iacl's t Hfcl gold,
Ttirnnyh tfij fVnst ami latter rain
feliall hliiu ufsummcr-tliuo remain.
An 1 at within tlio hazel's bou jli
A Klflof mysllo virtue dwell,
An I In dry drserb'iilncri tells
U'lefu Sim- uiiteen thu cool, sweet Welti'
So, Intimitis diviner's hand,
llj mTbo lliu lia. l' grateful part
To feel, boncsl-i a thirsty land, .
Tiiailrlni? waters Uirlll and start,
Tlio Leatlng or tl o rivulet's licartl
MifUqcth mc the (jlft to llM
lyljh tilt ft bloom the ilurk, cold da s;
To 'call simiio Id Men spring fc eight,
That, In tliono dry and dusty ways.
r-'UiUbuuts iilouantest sow: uf ntalse.
,d tUfl Mirer Full.
That, passing over Ilacu's v,ile,
HcpoaU thu old-time miraclo,
Arid makes the discit land ft will.
T.OV13 ON THE WAVI3.
"Yes, Jrorf; I'll take nit that for grant-'
cd," Interrupted Grayson.
Our ncfiualntanco Boon ripened Into
friendship, nnd speedily Into Jove. Wu
becamo betrothed. I naked her father,
who la a retired army ollleer, for her
hand. Ho put on his Uuena Vista man
ner, asked mo If I supposed his daugh
ter was going to marry a miserable
bank-clerk on $2,000 a jer, nnd'jhcn
showed mo tho door.1'
41 Ah!" exclaimed (Jrayson, with an
appcaraueu of great Interest.
"After I left him," continued .lack-,
"thero was a scene, as I stibscipjently
learned, between him and my dear girl,
who bravely ilouliiroil that tho luivcr
tho poetic embodiment of summer sun-1
shlno glancing for a moment across the
sand, then slipping into1 tho cool wave
and riding upon its crest. Jack him
self, in he entered tho water further
down tlio beach, dressed In liagpy biuo
shirt and trousers, was scarcely no pic
turesque At tlio water's edgo stood
tho tcrrlblo maiden aunt, and In a car
riage near at band tat tho two military
gentlemen. Clara was certainly tak
ing hur bath in presenro of a vigilant
" Now, then," thought Jack, "hero
wo are. What's t bo donu next?"
A1 ho paddled further out Into the
surf, ho saw, slowly swimming down
would marry any onu eke, and bosouj-lit i tho beach, outulilo thu first lino of break-
hiiu on her kneos, with tears, to consent : era, n Straw bathing-hat, winch ro.o and
to our union. Hut thu old fellow was felt upon thu hugo rollers nnd occasion
obstinate, and said ho had other view.- ( ally di'iappearcd entirely. Ai tho hat
for her. lTotly fuon tlicso viows caino
along in thu person of thu mu ahy-faeed
patriarch whom you saw jiut now in
eamo marer a human liead becamo vii
ible beneath It, and, on reaching a point
near Clara, it stopped and evidently ad'
tho carriage. He, too, U a retired hero drossed hor, Tho lady on the bpach
of tho Mexican war, and very rich. My , and tho gentlemen In the carrlago bo
darling shut herself in lier room and ' eamo restless. So did Jack, and lie
refusod to seo him. She grow thin and I Hwam toward tho two figure in thu
pale, and nearly cried her eyes out. I water, whoiKiwappcurodtejbo in car
bribed ono of tho servants, who car- noJt conversation,
ried dally notes between us, but her uu- " lllim mo!" exclaimed Jack as ho
natural, parent detected our correspond-; eamo uutror, "I believe it's Orayson."
unco, and it was Intercepted."
" My poor boy!" Haid Grayson,
'I'ho water whefo they stood was uoar
with ly shoulder-deep, and each hugo roller
I that came from pcaward lifted tliem
' For weeks 1 could obtain no coin- from their feet aud rendered convcrsa-
muuleation from her. At last I learned tion somewhat dillicult. i
from a friend of thu family that they I " W'C niuslj harry Hp this business,
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Hnnglng n Dcspcrntlo.
Modesto, Cai,., Nov. 24. At nlno
o'clock last night Father Kcardon left
Collins nlono in his cell after giving him
tho holy communion. Collins arose at
hnlf.past fivo this morning, nfter a com
fortablo night's sleep. Father ltcardon
was with him again at six o'clock, and
stayed with him until eight. Collins
sat down to breakfast, eating with an
excellent appetlto. lift still refused to
bo seen by any ono but tho clcrgymnn
and the Jail olllelaU, Father Heardon
says that ho was prepared for death,
llo was a little. nervoiH. A new suit of
black clothes and n tlilrt Here taken in
to him at eight o'clock,and ho put them
on without betray Ing any emotion. At
half-past ten. ho was quiet and collected
In manner, except that his hands woro
.'lightly tremulous. Father ltcardon
was with him, and on tho table wero a
prayer-book and n gold cruolllx. Col
lins conversed a little and pressed tho
few visitors to take a cigar each, u full
box being on tlio table.
For somo years hu worked as deck
hand on tho Sacramento and San Joa
qnln river steamboats, and when not at
work spent his tlnio urouud bar-rooms,
loafing, drinking and quarreling. Willi
a Mexican, Kumnucl liurgcon, he was
almost n terror in tho towns along thu
river, being a powerful, unscrupulous
uuprlnuiplud bully. Hu was a native
of Ireland, 35 years o! age.
At hnlf.past 11 ho left tlio cell, ac
companied by Slierilf Itogers and Fath-
tho villa of her nfonoscd husband, who ! cxnlainid it all to Miss Muntlctk ami
Is a widower. I obtaluud leave of ab-1 old what's-hls-nnnio thero in tlio car
seneo from the bank on tho ground of ri.ige urid thu lady's aunt will bo wit-ill-health,
mid followed theiu. Yeter-1 nesscs."
day I saw my darlingfor tlio first tlmo, Ho removed his scoop-shaped bath
and to-day I received this letter, in I ing-hat, fthd took therefrom a small
which," continued Jack, kissing it rap-1 hook, which ho huld at arm's length
turously, "sho assures mu of her undj-' "hove Ids head. Jack divined his In
ing devotion, declares that no forco can jtention at onco, and, seizing Clara's
compel hor to mairy tlio old General, , hand beneath tho water, pleated it to
whom sho detests, and thatfthe Is mine, his heart. At that moment a hugo
mine only, and mine forever! Dmr, wave swept over him, and tho entiro
true, faltlifui girl! alio desert uj an t i fj wsappc-iruuuuiu view,
Tfio'Itov. Thomas Grayson, M. A.,
sat at'tbo" open window of his room at
tlio Oi'oan House, Newport, witli Ills
feet tipon tho sill, his chair tilted -lux-uii.intly
backward, and tho bluo smoke
of a fragrant I'artaga curling about bib
head and Heating gently out upon the
ovening air. In full view from Ids win
dow thero pound down the avenue be
fore' "tho hotel a throng of splendid
equipiges, turning the beautiful street
intcfii vast kalcidoscopo of color and
motion, tho counterpart of which, it oc
curred to Grayson, could bo found no
whero else in tho world. A he sat Idly
gazing at the brilliant throng, and
wondering whether ids boot-soles ap-
pcared to tho best advantage from be
low, his attention becamo riveted upon
a man upon tlio opposito tido of the
street, whoto strango actions caused
tho Iter. Mr. Grayson to remove his
cigar from his lips and Ids feet from the
window, and to bend forward in an at-
itude of sudden interest. Tho Individ
ual in quistion stood under a tree,
around thu trunk of which ho constant
ly peered, as though eagerly watching
for some one, while desirous tit the
same tlmo of escaping observation. Hu
had evidently timed his appearance
with tolerable certainty, for there soon
eamo driving slowly clown the avenue
an open baroucho driven by a
colored coachman in livery, and drawn
by two milk-whilo horoe.s, which wero
no sooner descried by the gentleman
under the treo than ho ieo:iied to bu
thrown into a state of tho greatest pos
sible excitement. Hu stood upon oik
foot nnd then upon the other, peeped
around the truuk of the trie, then drew
Ids head quickly back again, took a
atep forward, as though about to plungu
recklessly into tho roadway, aud then
returned hastily lo his former position,
besides doing a great many other
strange things, Like a pirson Luddenly
bereft of his senses. The carriage con
tained two elder' gontlemun and a
young girl tho latter Grayson thought
one of tho most beautiful ho had ever
seen; a little, bluc-iAtd blundo, with a
limpid in each check, uud a mouth like
a wild'tiherry, SJio looked a littlo:palu
and anxious, nnd it was not dilUoult to
seo thai, whllo sho listened or pretond
nl to listen to tlio conversation of tlio
two old genllomon, her bright eyes were
searching nmong tho trees on either
sido -for something sho had not yet
found.- hndUcnly her check flushed,,
her oyes became brighter than over t her
litti'o gloved hand was pressed' for a
moment to her lips, nnd then hold over
tlio, sido of tlio carriago. G r arson
tumud to tho young man boneath' the
treo. Ho etood leaning against thu
tree with his hand -on his hoart, and
gazing mournfully nfter tho earriagu as
it rolled away. A moiuout afterwrds,
ho descried something lying in the
road, and darted out to pick It .up. It
was a letter.
"IJy Jovo!" exclaimed Grayson,
that was well done. Hlcss my soul, I
beliovo that's Jack Turner. Hi! Jack,
Jack! Is that you?"
Tho Individual addressed looked to.
wards thu hotel, and, after scanning tho
windows for rt moment, caught stglit of
Grayson, whq was waving his Jiaiiclcr-
chiei energetically. Then ho camerun
ning across tho stroct with tho letter in
his hand. A momont afterwards ho
was In Grayson's room.
"Tom," ho burst forth, "who in tho
world expected to find you hero?"
"And you, my dear follow," returned
tho ytung clergyman ; " what wero you
doing unucr mat tree?"
" You saw mo?" asked Jack, eager
ly . i ou saw you saw her ?"
i saw mo wnoio ridiculous per
formance. What a hoautyl Is thero
somo romanco wrapped up in all this?
uon-nncol los, a deuce ol u ro
manco for me," exclaimed Jack
throwing himself into a chair. " That
lovely girl is my alll'anced bride."
" Va dori't nay so,"l,gAld Grayson
"Tho old gontloman with tho whito
hnir and tlio gray military mustache,"
continued. Jack, "is hen father. Tho
other old duffer, tho itupld-looklfifjo'eu-tennrlanj-tvlth
tho mush fae'd and" flio
red nose, is hor nillanced htiaband."
" Whewl" -whispered Tom, "I
should think there was a romance.
"It's tho old story, Suppose," rtv
plied Jack heaving a Tung sign. "I
met iier last winter at tho" houso" of a
friend in New York, and was entranced
witli her beauty, hor accomplishments,
hur Innocence, her goodness, her "
can giro hur of the best, most earnest,
and most faithful lovu."
" Yes, no doubt," said (Jrayson, ie
ileetively. " Well, I should think, Jack
Turner, that you had got yourself into
a very interesting situation. It would
do for tho plot of a novel."
" I've iiut told you all," replied his
"Good gracious! what next?"
Dearly beloved," said Grayson,
spluttering, nnd reading from tho book,
which hu still held in his hand, though
itwasno.v reduced nearly to a pulp,
"dearly beloved, wo are gathered to
gether hero in thu faco of tills com
pany to join- together this man and
tills woman in holy matrimony."
Hu paused until tho next wave pass-
i 1. -in.! llioti nrni-i-mlml. i
"Ifanvman can show lust cause 1 il'"' pinioned.
hall to tlio room adjoining the jail-yard.
Hu walked witli a sprightly, lolling
gate, and seumed.cool and gouiposud.
Ho sat down by tho side of tho father
while the death warrant was read, be
traying ivj .emotion nnd making i.o
movement his hand being strapped
to his side beyond bonding forward
once and kissing the oruslflx the prioit
held in front. After tho warrant had
been read ho aroso and walked up thu
steps to tho scall'old with tlio same
sprightly step and composed demeanor.
Arrived at thu platform he stepped upon
ihu trap and looked sho Sheriff in the
face. ITo was placed wrong' on tho
trap, and at Tt sign from the .Sberill
turned in t different .direction, facing
tho walls. He had only wrist straps at
thu time, and others wero quickly ad
justed around bis xlbows, pinning thuiu
to his fides; his thighs and ankles wero
Whllo this was going
over, ami snowed no signs of
.,. .i,n n. I weakness. After tho Sheriff took down
ly answer to this challenge, although
" During ihu period of our clandes-! ...... ,., ... . , on he was xeneatlmr' Dravers after Fa
t..u correspondence we arranged uu , J . ,,oc, mv J hIm I ther ltcardon, saying them hurriedly
eiopemeni. i tiau ait my pians pence-.- - : - h0roaltor forever I ' nervously. Ho boro up well, how
en: nivuearir ri consc lieu to nccom- . . . .. .. 0,i
pany me, aud in auotlienlay she would I 10 ' "s 1K'',CU
have been my bride, when" 1 , 1 ho wlK w"s!1 of h?,
..........,, . , , , i ly answer to this chall
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kiting violently. They wero out of
hearing, however, and Grayson con
"John Henry Turner, wilt thouhavo
tills woman to bo thy wedded wife to
live -gug gug-gug "
Tho Ilov. Mr. Grayson's mouth was
full of salt-watr, and tho rest of the
sentence, was indisliuguishablu.
"I witli" yelled Jack, leaping into
air to avoid tho next roller that
spoiled tho plot," interrupted Grayson
" Why can't you elope now, if you aro
bound to havo her? i ou havu found
means of communicating, I veu."
" Impossible," replied Jack. "The
villa is situated way out of town, on
Itateman's 1'oint, and is surrounded by
a brick wall twelve feet high. Hver
since thu discovery of our plan of es-
cape, uiara nas ueen miner tnc supcr-
rkifin r.f n tiwililnn mint n Iturfni't
sleepless uerucrus- -who occuine.s tne
same room, and always accompanic
Iier wheiiBho goes out to walk orbithu.
There's a savage old butler, with order
to shoot all suspicious characters seen
hovering around tho jilacj after dark.
Theru'.s a ferocious bull-dog "
tho rope which was banging to one
side, and fixed the knot under Coilins's
left car, ho turned and whispered not
to mako it too tight; then looked up
once at tho sky and said nothing more.
The black velvet cap was then drawn
over hl.s head, and at seventeen minutes
to twelve Sheriff ltodgers cut tho cord
that held up thu weight on thu boll.
The trap opened with a harsh, grating
sound, nnd Collins fell through. There
was a slight twitching and contraction
of tho muscles of tho body, but that
Tlio Great Cyclone in Itcngal.
Later news from southeastern Uong.il
confirms previous rumors of imtnonso
loss of llfo nnd property occasioned by
tho cyclone of October 31, Storms nro
frequent enough in thoso latitudes, but
a Calcutta correspondent of tlio London
Times says that this storm was more
severe than any since tho great cyclone
of 180 1, nnd that fuller details will
doubtless show It to havo been even
moro destructive than that memorable
Tho October cyclono aroso some
where In the Hay of Bengal, nnd, rush
ing northward In tho track of vesse's
bound for Calcutti, dismasted many
large ships, and did much other dam
age. Hut this was trilling compared to
what It did on shoro. Calcutta Itself
narrowly escaped its violence. AtCtlt
tagong it stranded every vessel in tho
harbor, and nlmost destroyed the
town. Three largo islands, Hattlah,
Sumlccp, and Dakhln, with numerous
smaller Islands included in the Hacher
gunge, Nookholly, and Chitlagong dis
tricts, wero entirely submerged by the
storm-wave, as was also tlio main land
for five or six miles inland.
Tlicso islands are situated In or near
the estuary of tho river Megna. They
have been formed by tho deposition oi
cattli washed down by the sacred river
Ganges during its periodical inunda
tions. Tho waters of thu Ganges pour
into tho llay of Hcngal by fourteen
principal channels. Some of these
channels are so narrow that tho rigging
of coasting vessels is olteu entangled lu
the trues on tho banks. Plentiful sup
plies of fish for tho Calcutta market aru
procured in tlio numerous water courses
of this region, although with difficulty
and danger, as crocodiles and formida
ble serpents abound. Tho forMts and
jungles aro crowded with tigers and
other ferocious animals, and eviry
whero reigns tlio deadly malaria
which makes tho " Suudcrbunds"
as tho low, marshy lands of tho delta
aro called, from being covered
with the soondru, or sunder tree the
mo't inhospitable and unhealthy, as it
is tho hottest, part of British India.
Government lias made vigorous efforts
to clear and to people the Sunderbtimls,
Unas ottered special Inducements to
settlers in tills extensive maritime dis
trict and its adjacent islands, and re-
laya of fresh victims to accident and
disease havo been tempted there to fill
up the gaps left by their predecessors.
A laro portion of land lias been clear
ed, and timber, cotton, rice, sugarcane,
honey, and thu mulberry trc for feed
ing silk worms, havo yielded rich re
turns to enterprise and labor. The
biggest of tlio submerged islands, Da
khln, was 80U square miles in extent, and
had a population of about LMU,U0U.
Hatliah and Sundeep together had
about 100,000 inhabitants.
Hp to 11 o'clock on the night of Oct.
31, according to a dispatch from Cal-
culta, there wero no signs of danger;
broke over them. i was 1UI IUUI nuer tm) numues noi a
" Clara Monteith, wilt thou have this 'tremor was notieeablt. After ten
man to bo thy wedded husband (we'll ! '"'nuies mo coinn, oi piain rc.iwoou,
havo to .shorten this, for I'm getting
"I will," said Clara.
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, ... ,. ing toward tlio shore, whero the two
enchanted tower." .n . , ' . . . , ,
,,, , . ,, . , "id gentlemen, who had descended
" Oh, that's not all either," said Jauk. . from tlu,r a b wcro u
" I hu old curmudgeon U bound to mar-1 lho mMua mnl a tb(J o( thu
ry his .laughter tool. Ued-nose, wlieth-. w ..Heulating in tho most frantic
sued cards for tho wedding
consent. Now, rom," ex
was taken and placed on two chairs.
At fivo luiniiles past twelve o'clock tho
body was lowered and carried by four
men to the eolllii, laid on thu lid, and
examined by tho physicians. The cap
was akcu off and the face found very
much discolored. The neck was broken.
Tin; "Whipping-post In Delaware.
ereely, "that girl ran
hero's no timo to lose. Shu must bu
my brldo beforo to-morrow night, and
you must help me."
"All right," said Grayson. "You
must take caro of thu military parent,
and maiden aunt, and thu bloodthirsty
butler, aud tho ferocious bull-dog, and
'11 carry off tlio girl. Then yon cm
follow at your lpUmro."
"Dou't mako liglit.o it," said. Jack, '
gloomily. " It's too serious a ulattir.
Can't you' suggest somo plan for meP"
"Let mo, put on my thinking cap,"
said tho other, "aud ruminate for a
Ho went to tho bureau, and took
therefrom a small black-velvet skull
cap, which ho put on. Then, lighting
a frosh cigar, ho resumed his, suat by
the window, and sat for a long time
silently smoking, with his head thrown
back and his eyos lived upun tho ceil
ing. Jack watched him with impa
tience . ...
"Did you tolt mi that tho-young lady
bathes on thd beach?" asked Grayson,
after a silence that seommt to ills com
"Yos, daily," replied Jitck; "but thu
maldou aunt is always with her on
shoro at least, nnd sometimes her fa'
ther. Sho cautious mo in this letter not
to moct her thero, for, if I woro seen
thero onuo, sho might be forbidden even
that innocent ploasuro."
"I havo It," exclaimed tho yoiing"!
clergyman, jumping up. "You must
meet her thero to-morrow In tlio watur,
mind you, not on tho beach. Leave
the rest torno."
"You moan to carry heron byforce,"
said Jack, "that wouldn't do. Wo
would bo caught beforo we could loave
"You haven't an inkling of what I
mean," said Grayson. "Clara is yours.
Now go homo to your boarding-house,
and sleep serenely. This Is tho most
atrocious caso I over hoard of, and you
havo my sympathy. No thanks. Good
night. Fiuo business for a minister of
tho Gospel, but I will help you, my
boy. Good-night, old fellow." And
Grayson fairly shoved his friend from
tho room and closed the door upon him.
When he had gono ho turned tho koy,
and sat down by tho window lo think
, M in... i. in : tt,
Without her v.m do. eh?" he said. Then.inrn.
claimed Jack, . . . , . continued!
st bu mine. ,",., r , ,, ,,.
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and may "
A monstrous billow struck tho Kcver
eud Grayson in tho small of tho back,
and launched him .upon all fours to
wards tlio beach. When ho emerged,
Clara nnd Jack had disappeared.
" Keep tho book," he said, hauding
it to Jack, as ho and his brido struggled
to their feet; "tho marriage certificate
is in it. Now let us mako puaco with
yorir father, Miss Montciih, and your
husbnnd that was to bo."
It was not a very promising taslc, for
thu former gentleman, who seemed to
havo gained ati inkling of what was go
ing on, was stamping up. and down the
beach in iv perfect fury. Enoimriid'ly
Grayson's presence, however, Jack and
Clara knelt beforo him.
"Allow mo to present to you Mr.
and Mrs. John Turner," said Mr. Gray
son. " "'Mb lo yur hatlilng-houso
and dresTthis instant," exclaimed tho
old gentleman, fiercely. "What tom
foolery is all this, sir, and who the devil
" Who the devil am I?" asked Gray
son. "Yes. sir, who tho devil aro you?"
repeated Mr. Monteith, livid with ragn.
"My narao is Grayson, sir, and I'
have just married your daughter to Mr.
Turner, and I hpo lie will show more
affection for her as her husband than
her father has as hor parent," replied
Grayson, with somo waruitb.
" "Yes, father," said Clara, "wo aro
aiarrled. OI fathor, forglvo us, for I
lovo him," and Clara twined her wet
arms around Jack's neck, and laid her
head on his shoulder.
Mr. Monticth was speechless. His
fact) became purple, white, nnd red, by
turns, and ho staggered as II about to
fall. Tho othor old gentleman slapped
him suddenly ou tlio shoulder.
"Hang mo, if I don't llko tho girl's
spirit," ho said, "and the young fellow's
audacity. My boy" (turning to Jack),
" I glvo up my claim to you. I think
you've earned it. Now, Monticth, make
up your mind to mako tho host of it.
Thoy'vo outwittod you, so let thorn go
and get on somo dry clothes, and we'll'
all go to my house to dinner, and tho
wedding shall come off to-morrow in
public, only with a chango of bride
grooms." Grayson seized tho old gentleman by
the iiium. Clara Kissed uer tamer,
beach togethor.rVfttrJorifc iltrcury,
DOMESTIC ECONOMY. ,
Potato Salad. 4 largo potatoes;
boll with the skins on, peel, and -slice
thin; add 1 bunch of celery, chopped
One, S small raw onions chopped fine.
Mix all together, nnd when cold odd
pepper, salt, oil, and vinegar to the
CusTAnu Cakk. 1 cupful sugar, h
cupful butter, 21 ctipfuls. flour, 1 egg,
and tho whites of 2 othors,21 teaspoon
full baking-powder, and 4 cupful of
water, Hake In 3 tins, t'orthe Otislurd.
1 cupful milk, i cupful sugar, tho
ytlks of 2 eggs, a littlo corn-starch.
Iloll and It tvor when cooliug.
l'sCAi.oi'KD OrsTKits. 2 quarts of
solid oyster, 1 dozen soft crackers
pounded line, 1 cupful oyster julco, 1
cupful milk, u piece of butter tho size
of an egg, peppor and salt. 1'lace al
ternate layers of cracker crumbs and
oysters in a deep dish, seasoning each
layer of oysters with salt and p(cppor.
When tho dish Is full, put a lump .of
butter on top of tho crumbs, pour oyster
Julco and milk over them, and bake
about .10 minutes.
Hicii Wakfi.ks. Jtako a thin paste
with 8 ounces of llour, G ounces of pul
verized sugar, 2 eggs, a few drops of
essence to flavor, half, a liquor-glass of
brandy or rum and milk. Warm and
butter both sides of tho mold, put some
of the pasto into it, close it gently, set
It on thu fire, turn it over to heat both
sides equally, dust them with sugar
when done, nnd servo cither warm or
oold. It takes hardly a minute for each
with a good tiro.
Clfr.lSTMAS l'l.UM I'Ul'tllNd. 1
pound raisins, stoned and cut in halves,
1 pound currants picked, washed, and
dried, 4 pound citron out in thin shreds,
1 pound bcof-iuct chopped fine, 1 pound
grated bread, 8 eggs, 1 pound sugar, 1
glass brandy, I glass wine, 1 pint milk,
2 grated nutmegs, l taulcspoouful oi
cinnamon and maco mixed In ono tn
blcspoonful salt; beat tho sugar, suet,
and yolks of eggs very light, then add
half thu milk and bread crumbs, then
the spice and liquor and the rest of the
milk, then tho fruit well sprinkled with
llour; stir vory hard and long; last of
all tho whitos of tho eggs beaten to a
I still froth; boil G hours In a mold or a
I cloth well floured. Sauct fur the Pud
dinj. cup butter, 1 cup brown sugar,
1 wltipglassful wine, tho yelk of nn egg;
! boat tho butter and sugar to a cream;
than beat the egg very light, and stir
in with tho butler and sugar; put it in
the fire to simmer, but not to boil;
when dono pour in tho wlno and servo
Wlmt Becomes of Old Clothes.
Nothing seems to bo so thoroughly
used up as old clothes. Tho buying
nnd selling cf cast-off apparel is a bust
ncss in London. Usually lho worn
garments aro freshened up by dye.
stuffs, pressed and otherwise doctored
for tho market. This process is called
clobbering, and in itself is n business.
'Down In tfc Jioatfc.n '
Whim (hor f mnttnNsI drotlnlnff iovra
into" Hie hack of tho month, srlth IrrlUtlon
snd Inflammation of the nassl cavities sad
thrust, with lmwklnfr.splttlntr, snd 4 sens;
of fullnMs shout tho head, bo not decetred
or lancy u n sirapiu coiu, juh nm , t.
Willi mux. scourge ox mis cumnir, i.iii
the forerunner of Consumption. In Hi early
stages a few tpttlcs of I)r. Base's CaUrrh
Kenivilr will effect an tntire cure. When
confirmed, Dr. Flerce's Golden .Medical Dis
cover should bo used, 10 connection with
the Remedy. These standard flic9!elntshav
hccil beforo tho pohllo many fears, and
their use has heen attended with the most
Krallf)lnif nilceess'. A'full dlsensslon of Ca
tarrh iinillls rational treatment Is cotitiilm-d
in Tlic IV-oilc's Oiiininii feme Medical
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SouBTiilNO new for your Achlnp; Dack
Coi.usV Voi.TAio-mTn- Tliey-ure
whim all other Plasters fall, snd may be rc
11...1 .... l.i r..ll, iialnfitl afl-cvtlons ,of the,
Kidneys. Uvtr, Jlusclus aud. Joints, when-,
eviryuiucr known rcqivuj
OLD T1IINOs"aKK flONK AWAV,
VAra.i.lll.linM. ratAinsL UktSrS AOitStsrVS
Hon were the trestmTOt'ef Hie sick. 1. tcr's
fills have done away wllli Oils, lMilt;Tt-HV)'
lliij ri'iultc id clians-enldlit or fccupsllon a saft
rsuiltriiititielBf. IS Murray Street IS. Y. - ' '
mm smiaeas TTafsw,
ones r-mnrw, m.
currnw, sly, onjrwA
eeou, win i -' I "
ri Tco. ijsj
iiti.i ii mif ntin.tt. tMniislfirsMa
rwHtr tMtr.mmmtm !
drrit llKO.K.rtU B
MIS alrs( Mi.
f-nti- a.ui if I.
TUB OJ UlTVmi.K, TMH"Hlsg7,
but before mlduight a wave swept over , Tho bMr class o( olJ Jrcs3 coati,
1 1... .. : 1.... ' -
At Xuw Castle, Del., seven men wero
dogged on Sa' unlay in the prcsenco of
about .100 spectators. Quite a number
of women wero present who teemed to
enjoy tho scene. Tho first lo receive
tho punishment was John Conner, con
victeil of stealing a.baikct of tomatoes
and setitencod to pay 30' cents rcstitu,
tion money, one month's imprisonment,
aud to wear a convict's jacket for six
months nltctliis discharge frpm prison
lib recciv'cd 'five' lashes lightly laid on
The pcoondfwai if ncro named Scott
Wilson,' convicted' of stcaiiilg a pair of
pantaloons. Ho was 'punished whir1
twenty lashes. In addition ho will bo
jaclicj six months more, and must pay
97 .roetitution money. John Carpenter,
who ' had been convicted upon four
different indictments of stealing a cow,
rcocivcd.forty lashes without a word In
dioating'iialu', nlthough his back was
badly lacerated. Ua. will pay -SlTTi
restitution money and bo -imprisoned
for two years. .loku.Urowji, jConvietcd
of stealing a mare, ,aud sentenced to
thrco years' Imprisonment, to pay $100
restitution money, and to stand in tho
pillory for ono hour, received twenty
lashes, well laid on, bringing blood.
His hour in .the. pillory had .woak6ned
him, and ho groaned at each stroke.
John'Smltti and Joseph Darias, ne
groes, who had been in tho pillory for
an houTi'roeeived tho saaio number as
lirown. They suffered' much and
writhed In pain,. Dallas,! who is an old
ofiender, bogging and pleading with tho
Sheriff for mercy. When- it was over
their black backs showed a liorriblo
Bight. Darias, convicted of horsi-steal
ing, will nlso bu imprisoned for two
years and pay $75 restitution money
Smith, who was convicted of larceny,
has only six months' imprisonment to
servo and 12 restitution monoy to pay,
the country to a. depth in many places
of 20 feet, sttrpi ising tho people in tiieir
beds. Dense groves of ocoanut and
palm trees around tho villages enabled
many persons to s.vvo themselves by
climbing among tho branches, and
fonio took refugu on tho roof.s of their
houses, but tho water burst tho houses
asunder and swept them out to se.i.
Some wero thus carried across the
channel, ten miles, to the Chittagong,
district, but a vast majority woro never
heard of again. Tho country is llat,and
almost every one perished who failed
to reach tho trees. Storo than one
treo presented thu queer spectablo often
DKI-IHIKO TO 11KACII ,
THE READERS OF THIS STATE
CAN 1X SO llf Till
Cheapest aud llcst Manner
n. II. BCfid. Sit H'alt Strret, St. loan, as.
ACEN-TH W.1MBD-3 !... -u',?
to Est WOOD Oil fU & CUUK.SI. tools. Ata.
I 1 1 l3vT'0 HI.XSIO Cliimuar.fMKK.
AuliA 1 Sj.m.w.nyusco,,mcsso.iu
m:VOM KIN. Catalogue free- AA&rnt
i imTtnn wrnrrn MM tmme FlZKK,
it IJll 1Q J.M, MUNTONACUl'hil4ia
ijafViimp rurcircuTPr. h.i,wuiub, vuiwuh.-,
$15 for S5 ft-BatfaffafSai
OorvaPay. noWTOMiKKJT. SimiMttfJlni
iaiOQit, VUCt XU.ltAsr lfii.BiiiJ,avi
Slrn to Mil to Merenaats
ISI ntnolh Atm llSl
ixniei pill Uem Mf. CO Julsjuls Mt
W A lJ 1 BU uo s mooiu Airai I iti
tnonta. hotel sad traveling czpeasfi
psia irrniemris. papviuiiing. ab
dress 11 oilier ttsnufa Uu. CTncloosU, O
AOEA A Mcnth. Asenu waattd,
Mills sxllelea In th TtorLd. One sampK
Audress JAY lIUUIIBUKi
ST. i.xcis, MO. Writ lor clrcaltrs.
when nicely clobbered, havo a respect
able appoaranco. Clerks with poor
salaries, waitors, small tradesmen, and
curates with meager stipends aro among
tho purchasers. Coats and woolen gar.
ments which havo dono good service
are exported to Ireland aud Holland,
whero you may seo them in great quan
tities for sale at the fair and markets.
Woolen garments may bo disposed of
timo after time; they aro at length no
longer passable, and then comes a to
tal revolution in their character; tho
buttons are taken off, tho linings are
torn out. and what remains of tho fabric
.... I l.n nl.lnsM- tnfn ll.lnvtPa. '
Sla-H ') "i"' Apc'it Inertia), unc
nrtlrli.- hamitlrfri-e. A'Mres,
mv aau--PMitf ft AllnrM hr Tlirta A rPLl
diAmntninu uuncu rr.
icrlpUon, addreM slMPfiU.". i CO., Hoi ur.s. M. v,
U'lrutil fruiit clrculftri i tn 5 tnloutea
WINS PATENT HAIR CRIMPERS.
Adopted by all tho Queens of Fulilon. Send for elreu
Tin, i1. a ti. Ill.M f ... . UI,H1.,U,4
Witnessed during an inundation of tiio I .it, n Thu l flm rtrt uton In tchat'
uau'ius ii "iiupiiy liiuiuy in hui-
pents, birds), and beasts of dlvere!
aud hostile kinds, waiting nloft for ths
w,ater to subside. All tho cattlo were
drowned. Tho boats wtro swept nway
may be called tho resurrection In old
clothes. When a coat wi 1 not so much
as hang together to dress up a scare
crow, it will still mako down into very
good shoddy, as tho devil's-dust is po-
fiA a ulrrv MAMtnTt VKlfAL-R. lraeaai
DU H IT CCA UL Wa (Its Ctesdr work thai
UriaToas Ulo, ITS ureeawlca street. New rati
1nslOrs'sTSrslsSrlls.U MllUf s Cfs
Til il f Si I. h cnj.s risut, sss c'. ess. taa s
JIU BfcJ-i' .s , ,.,s aae. liisn.
tarA-rrUPR. Obracrst tn thatnowi
world. Sum fit vault nd viVXfnt to i Jtuft
jorUnas address wi i.iu w..s-u-v
We will slsrt roa tn a tmilons Tpn eaa
TQSKe n "HI . wunrii cr"'t
v-.Hitx.AMuimMW m nmuiv
Irciilsrs free. Ad- jmt SM H I
XVS.VSSMS, rsrr m -wwwrm , -
AMD "ve-ji.T)riTS. casA-u-f
Kce Out at If aatsva CM, Ksslsff aj"
nW. lrpsnters sad otaers of sro sjm
for l.lrtitss u wiLsoir: pmnc at ca,'jn
o,CIsrk girwt. Ttoom o. caicaq itu
eli is tire qj
' wile Kt IWuio,
il relUiileMRory. ltcaio Daoe,
81 ZJ"jTL HWZM
r.H.o.mu. T; --rt'','rti'T1 1 .mi ,,
THE BEST YET,
Tile Sn-lar Kehonl Times, hf jrhlcft H-CTsTTrnav-
ull nnd e..rt A. l'elu ereutors. Md
u.k Is DUbllsher. will, la IJrr.conUln eritlcal notes
,j 1 lis Inlernattoiinl lessons, w "ZSirSl
eSooV Z.ni:ir Titer: s5ril.n. ot
Losslor,: end a practical apiiucMlou oiine ij-m
tnd Ml.r I, helps than can be Ciuloed etas
The Times ts snt tu new aubscrtoers. Inlaw
uionltis on trial, for 53 cenMione rear. til.
sf the Kcholars- Qii.rterlr. the best iSnday school
lewn help for scholars puMlehed. ....
Hpeclmtlis of the Weekly Ieson lMt sent fje
ti,. m,r n.nm .ir t.aroranjr i altliouxu U la aora as
so fcw a jrlj Addjes. Bosloeaa JTanairer, 1
The Enemy of Diseue, the Fee
or l'm to Baa nu ueMtji
it taM aSrauaal
IHtfT IIJBSLJj, Jl"
MOT Cit'sssa. B
ijVto rr macho -sfivvit
POJt BUT I CAWl
MSI I "
wceVlT fir SO rears, snd stands Ibreraost of aU indus
Trlsl p'-Wrs. Aiesr-.nmlruln araeJ
,V"ersl hundred eirlais. Trandi otjijjinmf
UnllCV aad reipectADIe for timer HI
snurib I HUrri.1 IU4 1 powery, new mis.
It I Sinn, with FoatonnlM of tJtt Joi. Oal
.FltKK I Uortrmntiil snd mori.' fo llmL.
Qfllfifi'sT'e Great Centennial' Sihlbl-
--'-' llnn.wlin rwprtnu v.
m addicts Qoodtpeed's Uook4nibls uotua,Chicaro.
ill rccsTpis are veil worth ten times the ertpUoo
I i. 1 errni. Siso a reerW- mai. laelhallaa . osv
iT FMtai (cat for 10 eenu. be oil ol all
and other moans of communication de-1 1Uclv BamP(i. The meaning of this is
. i -,'I. rv.l ...... .. si , n.. I J . . . .
Klss Clara Monteith, stopplne: forth
from her bathlng-hotiso and running
Znl t niriiir VCK -,r-r-; odlvdtiiT VoArtio, by. degree
".I'Vol vM'w,-11 U.U. souiowhai luolUfled, and all left th
vs lliu J.wvia VI1U IL'liLlUII
tide, bad loft, aud then plunging (,-luu-fullyjuto
thu surf, waa u picture fop a
painter! Clad in a- bewitelunc bath-
ing costume of white- oful.B'garlftMand
wiin uer ueautiiui yciiow tiair Btroam
ing over her shoulders, alio looked to
Jack Tumor, peeping through tho
round window of his buthing-housojllko
Tub Italian 100-ton jrun Is a good
dent moro than liirgo onough to taku a
man In whottr. To' ascertain, if it is
damaged ri manllordownon aglgantlo
marrow-spoon with a cunllo in his
hand, and Is pushed slowly down tho
bore, examining it as ho goes along.
slroycd. Tho Calcutta Gtot-crmten! On
zitle says that " wherever tho storm
wave passed It Is believed that not a
third of tho population survived. Tho
Slands havo barely one-fourth of their
former inhabitants." The latest oflicial
cstisiates, in a report by Sir Kiehard
Temple, I.leutenant-Govornor of Ben
gal, put tho total loss of life at 230,000.
In somo places tho stench from the
putrefying bodies is insufferable, and a
general outbreak of the cholera, which
has already appeared in Xsookiiolly, is
expected. Government is hastening to
its duty of relieving the sore illstrem
which prevails among the survivois of
Remoteness lessons tho shock of tho
direst dUastors,nnd India still seems far
romoto even In this day of triumph for
steam and for tho electric telegraph.
Tlicso havo almost annihilated tlmo and
space, so that Cook's travelers, who aro
nicknamed "globetrotters" in the East
can circumnavigato tho earth in threo
months; and the earliest news of the
Ilcngal cyclone came from Calcutta fo
London aud 'Xew York In less tbau a
fortnight. It was received, however,
with comparative indifference, because
tho sccno of tho tragedy is sodisant.and
so little is known of thu victims and
thoir whcreabouts,m.ostof tho localities
that eulVercd not even being named on
tho map. Then there wcro so many
victims as to loavo only tho
satuo vague, confused notion of an
aggregate loss of life w hlch our limited
conccptivu faculties allow of that oc
casioned by a battle, nn earthquake, a
famine, or a pestilence, or of tho total
number of deaths during an hour
throughout the world. Moreover, there
are limitations to human sympathy oa
well as to human responsibility. As
tho cyolid protects the eyo, a merciful
film veils aud shields our porcoptlon pi
human woos in tho gross. But, on the
other, hand, tho fact that both in Kng-
land and in tho United States, India is
regarded as a favorite field for mission'
ary effort, will create an Interest re
garding tho fate of thoso who were ex
posed to the fury of the cyclone which
otherwise would hardly be possible
Ntw York Sun,-
that the garment is torn up by toothed
wheels into a condition of loose libers,
which, on being properly sittcd, are
mixed with fresh wool, carded, spun
and woven into cloth. This is a tri
umph of art. Thq shoddy is incor
porated into what .appears to bo ex
ceedingly beautiful cloth, aud is again
proudly exhibited as bunaay clotbes on
tho backs of thousands. of wearers.
Women Votinp; In Utah.
Aatuta ivantr. im me iiu yrr aj
wnng onr Knbber8umr for KntlntM Card,
linen, etc. sc.uiipcctuji.ete ltl toot own
time for cunrilnirnn receipt of fl. Hend tt
once tu iruUL'f c i.rtictVJ4)iuMvii .vniv-fcv
mu wind d tMi fell ml
r S In rich Co.) w Ptl,
i uttiilt at ml lurrlt
to tht fjrBis-rt In th1f count1". Itatl-wf plt-tfirt, pto-
term. ioaci ui ww
imioed.nd dTlc le."An p4tU r pub
tor l'liapblft, contjUnlcg full dlrtctioui ior
Addrtit, tor the lper or coacernlng pM-enU.; . ,
JT7 tar Bt Me V4tHtm
Drucb OAre. cor. r ud UhSUWiihlggloaO ,
tat. 4 U till. -tfHta4 l tr- VTf.
Li i tn wrMM . t m rrft rwj5i-y,JrJ?
II aWU fMrU imat. rUUsW
li uncut xs At p&uuQun-
Tiik saloon in Now Orleans called
' Elephant Johnny's," brought lulo
notoriety as a polling-place in tho ro
cent election, is a type of its class. A
writer lu tho Boston Herald says
'Along tho sides of tho bar-room aro
rows ot largo barrels standing upright
on a low platform running lust the
width of tho bottom of the barrels, that
are all of ono size. These barrels aru
painted green, with black hoops, and
labeled whisky, brandy, rum, gin
claret wine, port wlno, eto., there being
no lager or beer of any kind, it bointr
cbeaper to sell a full glass of brandy
than a full glass of lager. Tho rules of
these housos is that a person may come
up to thu counter, deposit thereon
'flvu-cent' piece, nnd tho bar-tender will
furnish the customer' with a tin mug
that will hold an ordinary tumblerful
and ho has tho freedom to tako-hi
choice 'from any ono of tho barrel
and, also, If ho likes, ho may take the
best capacity of tho mug.' Tho varl- tried hard. At last sho tent up her
ous liquors sold are all mado of bad plato with tho request, " Please give mo
whisky, diluted, nnd flavored nnd col-, somo of tho duck's clothes." Indian
ored, I ajiolh Herald.
Tho wlfo of ex-Secretary Black, Mrs.
Maxwell, Mrs. Ashman,- Mrs.- Lloyd,
Mtt a Genevieve Ilartwell, and several
other Gentllo ladles took an active 'part
in their respective precincts, and oloc
tioneerud with the polygamous wives ol
tho sainta. They would argue the
point in this way! "Why, Mrs. r-,
I'm astonished 1 How can you for a mo
ment think of votlnz for CannonP Uo
hai four wives, and, being ,a woman,
you know ho cannot lovo them all as lie
oneht to., Ho is a brute! Take this
ticket and vote for Baskin, a man who,
does not beliovo in degrading women."
The Gentllo ladies turned out in full
forco, voted llko men, and did all their
talking afterwards. Tho votes ol sev
eral Mormon women were challenged
by Gentile men, who did so with ex
treme courtosv and timidity. Tho 'wom
en aro perfectly snociceu, anu, seem
ed afraid of swearing- to their voting
iiuallftcations. -Two of the wives 'of
Bishop Woolloy wcro challenged, but
they swore stoutly onougn lo gci ineir
votes In. LtUtr to tht Ban i)rancitco
Stroiis Nerves an Attainable Bleaalna;,
Tlieio aro.inany Ui have never kiionn
Uio jliosffijfiir strong nerti's, bavins ln-en
burn iltli weak one. Tlibsu who havo.
and through illsvasa or sume other i-nuic,
lime sunnrti n mss oi nene rwrr, inn, "j
nlriift, iiuire fuliv apnrtciaio mo inaKui-
mm' tu iuji mu iiug j u, ...
is to Int Iterate the ajatem thrimah the me
illu in of tmpru-iud ilhrestlvu, seiretluDsaina
lUti cllllillsuuu'ilt ill ii ri'zuiiir uuuis v.
A little girl of this oity, who had
been taught to " wrestle with thu ver
nacular" carefully, at dinner 'onv day
hesitated, beforo passing, her plate for
some of, tho dressing of the, fowl, She
couldn't quite grasp tlio word that eqv
ored the desired, lubricator, though she
'to re oivex away 'IK
thcaan o roonliK ny 10" na;
Hilars of tli MT. JU!1!-
w.-L'irv i .v jiiiiuiibii
V., ,nS.,n.B,l.n llflfKDIATEI.T tO Will,
Cott HUME to-, innusamas. at. Loro, Ua.
riW I G -TittlKtstt raa wrldfiBs'
1 li.lO, pttces-Lari-s t-onpsaia mcni
itsrJe irtttls-iiileues tTerjboilT-Triils'eoatlniial.s
'ItiereaJlDf-AtcDU wsnteil tit mrhers IKStladuca-.
iiobt wuxa.3 yettr st. x. r., f;.o.Boa Vtfl-
e hi tic the iurftfj-nnrtrnfr or . -rn wwmb
T;lT.or'hocontenipU'Ie Utta-t.on in
M'ateut Mntlr. Itte icnlor member of oar
nrm WMCcnuniU0JioiraTcn.uiQr rovs
S15 SHOT GUN
A l .l.l. I. I ... l,uui asluakaksi OlMStaMl tWStlM Bts
IMC.U tm4 Nt itttWtt. Oft M Mil f bb tll. rMKh Ml
J. & P. GOATS
i . i if.,i .
hurt, baasa stwsirdsxl st Ms4sa simd Dlplsw
mm at Us 'CcateKStltil JEapoalllom auaat
comnickdrd by ihtf Jsidres fttr '
' SUPERIOR STRENGTH
t , i 'm jl slhoy I" '! i
L - 1 l!-i l J-l5) 3 but. f, J .
A. T.OOSH6t5, DUKter-Otaarat
u.5 ' "t J. at R1WUT, fraa.
": i.trt.'B. Jfcrraua, BetreUry x t
r. ru-atMi. isu
nnrn lit niGnr in
The Ktllpc Anlomafle Ritlncntvher Horner
tu kit sill ( oil imi ljihiii ncrm-i r Mil. inT
MiianfatiiitilAirinnnl tuLM1)rf t&htla4 tlllMllfiill In
ttnttr eillninlhM If dropsM. broken or fiffl.
lut iat u CRr m mi. Ul'ed lo njr sdlreM fir na
Put. & few turents, mlo md rem1e. intrd.
roT.U Urs. rscttpMHl-uaft Co Uncltnui.O.
entIrprise cun works.
TW4. J.W. US.,. Knolis s4 frooms u..ui
l ss rlwsp. Vis Disss Uts fcssl sl-l s4 Iruu lis UtTsU Is
wmlirMtbsMMSW. 'Sk4ff UlssMlsa PsS&lMSsMiri
n.i i jamkis ttotv.n sb o. sas s tarn i.
Hlts.1. t-IIUSMrci r
IkiiIv, thrto results hirurUhly oi'i-omplished
liytheuseur Mottetter'a'titomacU Ulttcrs,
whleli Insures the ttiorouub conversion of
It...., ..n.i rll,ln tilni.it fr,tn
v.hltUthe nerves, In eommon -with fcverjr
Ubcr rart of tho bodllr ecouomy. eathir
vlKor, thu grand rr"r,rtu,it health. Ilia
t-mnt iiittsi-ilitn tu seditlvea und nari'ntics
tlmt they nut Duly Kxcrt no toulc ilaliueuco,.
t)litatealavsfulloed by n hurtful ft-e-ti,
m. Rinh Is furfrain helm? thu caio with
the flitters, tho primary kelluo. ef which la
most salutary, auu suusu aiict vuvwia .u
binvllclal lu tho extreme.
I (Nrsliilsd COUKbV HlV Cstldi. 1
'rvr,irinritn) .Pf .Uio .Jtinp-wtaaoa; ,o(
chtckniK a Couxh or " Conimou t'oht '. tn Jts,
Hrit stjirc: that uhlcU-tu. tho bcirlanllir
iiulcl slo'd to' iliK6wit';'Iaccuui.
Tkochsj.'"!! llelcctodofl,n'.'rfo,k,' Pa
Bdbnktt's Cocoiinb allays Irritation, re
moves dandruff, and Invigorates tho acUon
of tho capillaries lo lho highest uegres.
Tha KTAIt IS T1IR AVKST. Clnc!H0n. (1.1
hair B-itiiii siit Imin. All IntrrMttssi in i. utrrrt
ItwliltMneror auu tisni pwi, wee kit. mi iui
5ici,MkrKlt,lr, Urge lwtlrUof JuftN MU
per jrir. Kiajwin psuta, osiiiivh iii iudAMoy.1 am
NV.W PATKHT 1WTII
-aiiliusls In sjtiaa bfria.
Wit. IIUU.1), i-.T). lhll 41,
rapar S 1 (U, rso- S u mi
darrssol all iiartka snHar us ata.OO. anltt
ornt- i w l! .
InenUrincapoa Iti nloth rolatn, t&t Vunfitf
(iter niii UniMe cutinkniUU Utt tlwllt kM waa
Him flral nlavMsitnoiisr
trjiit.Voth in point of rtaiuj tntter'miil tnnftrm
tlons. Hit wlUplMurwnMftltloa(rnimtl
tolame will eteu nrpu Ui predecewdra. nod It will
t our nlin lo mtk each Bomber mot Mtl mora lm
rrettUKana ilirtciive. tnaioao ai mrvxpcBi
lm tnared. TlMcolanuof lh Msauticrnrcr iad
liuiturr r mvowu prism iu
the InteretU of Fop-
Ur Science, tbn Uclitttn ArtKUu.ntnctvrM.lft
Venuon, uummnrce aajearsuioaur. purwui,
nithongb mntten reUtlaf to IVowo na4 lb Hnui
ht ircclTe n due hr of attention , A rTa nm
bene the Ma&ufacturrr tad .llnllder roauln nbunt
Sit) Wt ndorned br Yernl bnadrea enrrnTlagn,
which are nceoupnle4 br elabmt dttcrlptloaa of
tbe anbjecta lllaatrmt-nl. Useful and aorvl lTenttni,
t mlt nil cUbm the lit rat ducrrertea la aclence, U-
ivjTiloM In huusebotd appUtocei and nrtlrlea on A-
tats up lira (VUITDW
UttBdreJt of practb
im- wortk mora tn
ie coat of tbocnitrarulniar. Uactal nod prncUi
meittc economy gu lu fart tumake op the eontenU
ine Miponctureraju uvi
qucailuui are nniwered w
Infurmatlon -aeeeasnry tr nil
naaoa vr nanaa witi on
ni a inn lrrsirnciiTtB. I
ianntactry.butalo In th
tea ra- worth mora thaa
iKlttl noa prncuoju
wbo Ulhup With txxrnir
i fuqnd to tl M4en ItUrnlaa
nut only In tlx worn thoa nnd
In the huu e hold, tna llbrarr nnd
lhajtadloKrudui.Yrtareenaataatlj rocclvlai thaiead
ing adrjiUac and tecbolcni lonrnala of Ori Uiitala,
(iennanr nnd Itnnce. 4Trrana IBeaa wa ahnll eon-
ever wo devukol Iniereak to our raadnm, than aUolns
1-etora tbein a record of nil tbat la tranaplrluaf la mo
Mtaiilral tcVettce an J art lo t?Ke conntrr. Aiftmndv
inrtUlntfiqedluni tbe MaJUfncturernndUnlUaruaa
rnrpaaacd. bat lea tho Ursrnc rircolailnc of
tanttiwauaic&enune muninir papunaj. ncinr
lat ubmiira la
r n wra4ry u all (J
tt tvlth thti ftfeata ufmvfl. M
IIUT' jerorfi.MtoraU tnoatha, tncludma
In tht nuD(rr. U ukKn nt tho DrLnuoal 11)
rtorr to nil truirlnit ta luen
ttaaac. , aaVdrtpu Yrv
tbe Ualted auitn and la l.aroea.
naa uroTcvion. oen
UI i.u pi
ua ,tb raur Vatiuuirk Iran vol. irai
will be furaVaJ for vfy t ove rolnmee.
from itita tu t ala ana t ba
:,t if i its
w I t issa w
IllM t.. ItTS,
a salMttalkiai for 1-n. U.
laalL pstscTaiusl M sAlsfl la
Its ruiniaac.at Ida al uf lreata.-rtoliiias, ma
, lull nynusislur arsl" ctufrs-i'.tslUila-.111110
u iii cluls ssd rtaiaaiera, AfOf aaitil la '
srr eiry auu tuva. . ipsnwniiwsss sw sr.
an as.wat jr.sa Jtessal Miss.
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a Justus Aaviafr.HfTW" '
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