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DOROTHY Q. A FAMILY PORTRAIT, BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
moUs ; hp age, I gnesn,
fin. OT aointhlTiff ka "
bust, but womanly air,
qnare itmnma, with nproiled n&ir.
HaTO UaHD UlaUU.
On ber Ikavnct a parrot
noia ud uie oanvaa rual m
That wm aJSedrCoaVs rapier threat !
Such to Ua tale fceliK' y old
Dorothy's daughter's daughter told.
Who the painter was none may tell,
I Flat as a rose that has long been pressed ;
I mot oortlJj
EBxWatfSmllfia iSmamtaMnm :
Amtatffl to the Iky hallid lebel town
Dear la that ancient name's renown.
The yoatnMsS s'Ss'grmy-hsJreii son.
that I owe to you ;
' brimr. !
1 hand, I
i hnnaa ana kmal 1 ,
I stater and obiM and Otfe.
And Joy aad nanus and drain and life:
e'olchutpeTad answered No
Wham forth, tba tremukma auaatton came.
That coat the oaMts her Honnan name.
And under Uie folds that Wok so still
Thebodioe swened with the bosom's Ihrffl
BkoaMI be I, or would it be
One-tenth another, to nlne-tentha me 7
Soft Is the breath or a niai.tou Trs ;
IjSaaWihjfct gnsaamaT stirs wflb. leas ;
Bot never a cable that holds so fast
aB the battles of ware and blast.
Mir sb foho Df apeaoh or bosk
iStea to the bsMdmgatt so long !
i 'n the TOtoe that wMaperea
to-day In a htindred men.
O lafij and lover, how fault and far
auuruatsgas never. an i
For the little wl
gild with a rhyme your household name;
en h A-iM of th Wnfmhul ftmia
snau onue on ua orave ana ongnt
VBssPrnvawa w"si aaiaTTVjaxs
let in sex once vac nneaare oat
' 1m... .,T
on, Doxuthx. arfasS
alepor that made oao lire :
a second youtn of a a imdrea, TOgf-
BY FRANCIS HENSHAW BADEN.
la was Christmas morning. The sun
shining brightly on tho new-fallen
At was just cow euoagu to
The sleiehbcllB were ringing
The abiVhan ware hawing a
skating and ooasting? and
piayiuir tricks on passers-by. One de
crepit old man was thrown down by
mumt SSiSHi UpmmUMhey feared
they bad killed mm.
LJiiru iiim. f ,
lent aaa m i - t -w&ann
stood "in the bay-window otf the
mansion before which the . old man had
fallen : another instant, and she came
ranninp; down the marble steps, and,
. TUiminjlfnl of her costly attire, the rich
silk that f41 m heavy folds about her
form, she sank durwu by the. old man,
" For shame, Boys 1 Cocke, Eugene,
and help me raiae kim Nay, he must
be oarried. Go bring Brown here."
A moment or two after, Eugene re-
I Aurned, foalowajd by-a laagWj-Brosig
loosing man, wno, m ooecuence to me
girl's command, rained and. bona to the
hsMMW the inanimate -farm of the poor
1 Place him
en the lounge, " she said.
Restoratives were applied. Tenderly
he wm oared for. And after a abort
the Una girl's efforts were ac-
bid man opened his eyes,
Cimmlt in s T l twto Vin- Bum.
explained the accident, and -was
holdinsr a trlasarof wine to his lips,
when a ttnanfantered the roorh, bear
ing on sBnyei Waiter a card. Jane
isshii irn 1 1 a at "T '
,'1 jTel Mr. Granger I will., ba. np tery
oavx, MtramnmtSn vf i Hi Tr-
Fifteen mlrrntes passed, and still ahe
ingexed wit.h the auhrerin man. -He
was lame, and-the fait had ' oceasf &kod
such severe pain to the afflicted limb,
that he had fainted. It was impossible
Mr to waft af all Just then?
A xastle of cilken robes, and Mrs.
Cameron glided into the room, and
stood looking with perfect amanement
on the scene before her. Kneeling ba
side flte lounge, alternately bathing
thn fatli arri atsamg wine to the lips of
the miserable old man, was her daugh
"'Ploience'. who? what is the mean
iautef .ahM ".he asked w aaA
The gentle girl eaulained, and. her
mother said : Jgt aitlMll 1
h S Skiaf af thai Pl'lantg could have at
tended to hirn. If he is able to be
, , a. - - J l
: veq Mv, yen umi oewr noiiu wuiu
tWnw?broper authorities, and have
him carried to his home, or the alms-
o'Wistl H ttst Wars sKMSS
"But, mamma, we are the proper
i to attend mm. Bngene and his
ntpinrm are aaoountatale for htaawf-
bent close to
oroBoe's mt was
"He will go
yon must wait
and A will
A namsoat To -
enoc, send Brown to procure one,'
CatnaTfin snui. As she turned to leave
the room- she continued, "Mr. Grainger
win feel nattered by your conduct."
" Send him here,' mamma. I know
he will think I'm doing right."
A few moments more and Carl Grain
ger came into the aooxn. Florences
sweet, bright face, that had been rais
ed to greet him, was suddenly cloud
ed. She saw that she had mistaken
t afk-lov for, with an expression of
.contempt, which ha could mil "i I atari
not to hide, he looked on tho ewflering
man. Scarce had Mr. Graingrrr
paased the compliments of the day,
wfaen again the door opened and ano
ther young man entered. He was not
strikingly handsomjy like the other,
but his was the. face, of one that ehjt
- dren love to linger near, women con
fide in, and men trust.
"Excuse me, but I have permission,''
he said. " Mrs. Cameron told me yon
were entertaining your guefeMat V
Turning to greet Mr. - Grainger, the
young man saw the sufferer on the
"Who have you here I Are5 ou hurt,
sir?" ho said, going up to the side of
the old man and taking his hand
Briefly Florence told of his fall;
oration, which beamed in w2
avSeyes- an they sought hi
HaasBj awn use Dane to
wound oaasod by Carl
But it w
r-atch the Word
a hum longer,
Eaton Weekly Democrat.
F. T. FOSTER, Publisher. " Principles, not Men," Two Dollars Per Annum, In Advance.
VOL. IV. NO. 29. EATON, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1871. WHOLE NO. 204.
visited the house. She was dreadfully
disappointed to know him so different
from he thoughts.
The old man signified his desire to I
go; and wnen urowii returned wita a
carriage, William Hartley, with almost
womanly gMtlaiiiiiin, assisted him in,
and urged that he might accompany
him home. An approving look from
Florenoo, and he jumped in, closed the
door, and ordered sue driver to tne
street and number directed. I
"God bleas yoa ! on are a good
I ahull never forget this day. '
Perhaps I'll come to see you again j
some time,'' the old man said, when
The um contemntnous expression
was again on Carl's face, and he said j
"Quite a distinguished acquisition
to Miss Cameron's Lst of acquaintane-
A deep flush mantled her fajr brow,
but die deigned no word of reply.
Call Grainger saw he had been indis
creet, to say the least, and endeavored,
Kw nft,-r .wh mnat faanntinir
PS ynTviu, 1
iJL tA'-a.f .wartliAt-lni that, had 1
Sthered on the face usually so bright. 1
ad'-s ajl ajtl WjBf rtpnitleHs. Bnt
When an hour had passed, and William '
Hartley returned, then, to his great
chagrin, he saw a softer light glow in '
her dark eyes, and her lips wreathed !
smiles that he had failed to dmwi
forth. 4"W ' .t
That nwht rrarmmlnirnr datow-mind i
to know his fate, asked Florence to be
his wife, and, to her parents' great dis
appointment, she kindly but firmly said
she "could noklove him."
"Foolish girl! Do you not know
that, besides his own fortune,
Grainarer is the only heir of an
uncle, who is fabulously rich i " said ,
Florence's father's disapppintment ,
was as keen as his wife's, for he felt his j
foundation trembling, and knew before
long it must fall. And so it was; be- (
fore another year had passed the stately j
mansion was no longer his. He was !
almost pennflesB. But he was a true,
loving fattier, and would art barter his I
chihTs hear? for gold. "
And eo, when William Hartley WOn
Florence, he took her not from a home
of luxury, but one as humbhi as hfs
own. yoawxolled by, Winging witii
them joy and sorrow, until six naa
passed. nring the last one clouds
had gathered, swift and dark, over Wil
liam Hartley and his loved ones ; and
f so co Christmas morning, six years af
ter the one when the strange old man
wae helped by Florence, they were ab
"I wonder what has become of that
did man! " said William, during the
day. "I called a few days after T took
nun home, to inquire now tie was gut
ting on, bat bat Bad gene from that
. " Do yon know, William, to that old
man's sufferings yon are indebted for
our wife ? That day A sow the differ
ence, between yon and Oarl Granger.
His heartloooneeo feghtoned me, snd I
fled to you, ssM. gew oaim and happy,
said Florence, while a beautiful flush
LoDread over hot face; chasing awsv the I
care-worn looa oi a iew muiueuw ue- i
Tnn Afwl to novertv. toil, sufferincr. I
Oh! my doding, I hoped to have sliel-1
111 I-A IUU 1. I'U D ...HI -
"I fled from worse. Come, cheer
np '. all will yet be well. I did not tell
I 1 1 ii il .i . . i F f Ttrl D II .K '
you, the last time a was out, a saw uari
Grainirer very much intoxicated". He ;
is trying now-'eritirely on his expecta-1
. "Mamma ! mamma ! Kriss Erin
glen ooming ! See! See! Hurrah! Old
Kriss liked to -hare forgotten us, I
frness!" cried Httle Willie, shouting
and clapping his hands.
Florenoo arose to loon out, wnen a
knock sounded on the door ; opening
which, she beheld standing before her
the old. man oi whom she had juct been
"Come in! I am glad to- see sjpn !
Where diave you bean. this long time?
And how did you find usl" Florence
asked, taking his hand, and drawing
him in . a ksw fat;
"I found very easily what I have
never lost. I've thought of you often,
l-bkt chose to come tq-day. It is a good
time to come," answered tne old man.
" Come ! sit down here,'' said Wil
liam, getting up and offering his own
" Wait a bit. If I sot down, I don't I
want to get up soon. Better know first
how Jong 1 can stay, " answered tne oia
man7 stiQ standing.
"As long as "you like. We are poor,
eery poor, but if you want a home with
us, we will not sand you forth. Sit
down," answered William.
"The same ! unchanged ! " murmured
the stranger. .
"What shall we call you?-' asked
' The children call
ed mo so. Let them continue. And
you may say Uncle, if yof prefer," he
said. jVl rtaoF s .
A comical expression was on his face,
smiles continued to play about his thin
lips, -and he seemed very happy, 'itmwt.y
When Florence went ont to prepare
the fruaral dinner, the old man called
the children, and listened to their lisp
ing voices. William was watuhing, very
much amused, when the old man's words
were whispered, and little Willie, seem
ing to understand, lowered his tone, and
the heads of the old and the young were
close together, at some mysterious plot
The father's amusement was changed
to the arreater amanement,
after Florence came back,
upl '.eaotaiming :
"Christmas gift for mamma, and pap-pa-
too ! Kriss K ringle sent them to
Tf wan snlv a little roll of Beoer.
Openinc which. . they found, told in
words never plainer, ro more pover
ty! no more toiling!" Many thousands
of dollars they held in their hands.
They could not speak at first. Bat
after a while, when they poured forth
their thanks, Kriss Kr ingle said :
" Tfour home ia mine I yon and yours
are mine I All I have is for yon I Yon
won it six years ago, both of you. And
that day you had another friend with
yon. I knew him by name before ; I
learned his nature then. I heard his
remark when X was going out. Ha I ha I
He lost something then, didn't he)
Florence and WIQiam thought the
old man man very shrewd to have read
the heafts oi all, tbat Ohristmas-day.
Hut he meant not what they thought.
They knew ft in after years. .
" Go, make our children hapDV 1" he
urged. "And, my good child, take
nis, nanaing her more money, "and
make the Door old folks in - a
(the little childreu who are lookinir
longingly in at the aray windows, make
Ithem happy too.
Oh, what a joyous Chnstmas it was!
For; five years the old. aaan dwelt With
them, afl then he sank oMnxtytqaleep,
happy," it was. They follow his bid
child. ding Every Christmas -day finds them
doing the work they love so well,
And then, from a lawyer of high
standing, came the startling informa
tion that William Hartley and Florence
were the only heirs to all the immense
wealth of mark Grainger. Then, too,
it was, they knew that Carl's heartless
ness and rude, unkind speech had
wrecked all his prospects of ever pos
sessing his uncle's, wealth. He knew
it, too, wiien the news reached him. In
tner will were was out one
"Make the old folks and the
Particulars the Assassination of
the news was irrat uttered aloud, how,
with electric, rapidity, it ran over the
Pi. le boxes, the gallery, and the sa
With loona, it is impossible to say; but
The Hew York Herald's special cor
respondent at Madrid writes the 29th
of December in regard to the assassin
ation of Prim :
"I was at the opera when the news
first reached us. The curtain fell on
the first act, when, as the audience
Strolled through the lobbies, a Govern -
ment messenger rushed in with haste
. ' ' 7 . ' ...
inqiiirinp; for Prim. Instantly, as if
hy magic, the cry went forth all over
the house, 'Prim has been shot!
Pni has been assassinated W How
" -'' cry nprtwu mie enoci was
WemeikUOne. reciaing to go to
the fountoinrhead for news, I hastened
to the War Office, where the General
lives. There was a crowd of carriages
at the entrance of the ornamented
tirounds surroundinc the oalaoe of war.
A throng of idlers were obstructing the
sidewalks and ways, in spite of the
thicx snow. Ao 1 went up tne wide t
staircase, the guard, which had been
instantly doubled, sorrowfully pointed f
out the reddish blotches on the bains- j
trade.' 'The General's blqod,' he whis-
pered. The General's Adjutant gave
me the first correct story. He witness
ed the scene, haying occupied a front
seat in the carriage. His own version
of the affair is as follows : Prim and
wo aids M dsual, left the Cortes at tho
conclusion of the debate in the evening,
at nair-psBt 7 o clock, and entered a
carriage and drove rapidly in the short- !
est way from the Cortes to the War
Office. The streets were deserted at,
the time. At the point where the Calle
del lured debouches into the Aloalla,
the broadest street inthe city, through
a narrow passage, two hired cabs were :
drawn jip and obstructed the way. This j
is so common an event, however, that it
would scarcely attract notice: but Lieut,
Mayo, my informant, dropped the glass
in the door nearest him and looked ont j
just in time to see two men, who were
carrying guns under their long Andalu-
sian cloaks, advancing trom the shadow j
!of the cabs. He had bttrety time to ;
oryont' Stop, General! They are going ,
to fire!' when .the muzzles of the blun-
aerousses were cutanea moo tne oar- j
nagv turougu uio wmuuwu uii eiuieix j
hand, shivering the glass to atoms, a
the contents discharged point blank at
the- occupants in the back seat, who
must have been undistmgHishable in
. v... 'uwui-'uw
assassins darted back under cover of
Wie caps, ana so arouna into UK m-
caUa, where they mounted two
that were there tied to trees, and in an-
instant were safe from pursuit because
the snow and darkness. The coach-
man dashed the horses forward against
u iiimuci ui cou, ujjsmuiiK uuc, auu
drove in hot haste to the War Office,
where the wounded men slighted.
Prim simply remarked to the sentinel r
1 am wounded, but not much.'
Emigration of Seeds.
Those who have traveled in Western
Kansas lata in summer cannot ' have
failed to observe tho hundreds and
hundreds of acres of sunflowers, wav
ing "fields of cloth of gold," as far as
the eye can reach. As one went west
ward! they grew more and more scarce,
till at; length" they disappeared alto
gether. ' Now it is a singular fact, which
might bother Prof eseor Huxley, that,
with the rapid advance of the rail-:
way during the' last summer, the
sunflower went with it, pari joas
su. As the soil was turned up to
light and moisture the width or the
track, the sunflower, whose seed is too
heavy to be carried by the winds, and
which man does not convey, as he may
grain or grass seed for use, sprung up
inevitably for hundreds of miles beyond
the point where heretofore it eeased to
grow. The some lact ll true oi grass
and of grain. The soil that, for count
less ages, had produced nothing bnt
the distinctive grass and limited flora
of the plains, g t hi kflw ajaawnswd the
seed of other-vegetation which chance
had brought it, and the fresh-turned
earth along the railroad track suddenly
clothed itself, for the first time
since the Ttocky Mountains burst up
from the bowels of the earth,' with a
new -verdure, ouch facts, of course
could not pass unnoticed, 'ind they led
There are old settlers and we believe
that Mr. Elliott is amoner them who
hold that the progress of settlement
westward -in western Kansas has
been . marked" by cognate phe
nomena, which had hitherto at
tracted little attention. Not only have
the cultivated grasses and other vege
tation encroached upon the "Desert"
and changed its character, but with
this change also, it is asserted, has
come one ot cJJLmate. j-iie- rainy re-
I riD has kept pace with the altered
condition of the soH. We doubt wheth-
er time enough and observation enough
t,., k i,. tw;wES.
Hi, I.' 1.-11 ICITOU VJ
I fact absolutely, but there isr nothing a
j priori incredible or unreasonable about
it. The influence of forests upon cli
mate is as well established as any other
Motley's Lady Friend.
It was mentioned a few days ago that
Mr. Motley, recently American Minis
ter at London, was about to take up
his residence in one of the royal pal
aces of the Hague, by invitation of the
Queen of Holland. The royal lady
took great interest in the historical re
searches of Mr. Motley preparatory to
writing his great works, " The Rise of
the Dutch Republic," and " The Uni
ted Netherlands," which were prosecu
ted chiefly at the JEtague. The Qi
of Holland is the moat accomplished
r jyal lady in Burope. She is the
daughter oi ths old King oi Wur
tembJIet5- Kor mother was a sister of
the Emperor Nicholas. The Queen, a
fond and devoted daughter, is acoua
tomed to spend from two to thrae
months with her mother every summer.
The King, her husband, who is famous
for his gayeties, meantime recreates
himself at Wiesbaden, Hamburg, and
other places of fashionable resort. The
ilQneen, on her rHmm-ttrthe Hague,
I gives an audience to the several foreign
ministers, and she makes it a point to
A Determination to be Swindled.
From the Hartford Times.
Adams & (Jo. 's Express carry a large
number of the bogus watch and coun
terfeit money packages which are sent
to those who are fools enough to reply
to the advertisements of concerns offer
ing large inducements for small invest
ments. The watches always come in
neat packages, tied with red tape, and
securely sealed. They are marked col
lect on delivery, $3. 50. In every case
the Express Company warns the recip
ients that the watch in the package is
valueless, and advises the party not to
take the package. In some cases they
are successful in stopping the fraud, but
f iff the majority of cases the party is im
pressed wren une oeuei tnat the watch
is genuine, as advertised.
The other day a party of father,
mother, and daughter appeared at the
office and inquired for snoh a package.
It was handed to the daughter, who
had sent lor Hl the clerk at the same
time advising hr to send it back. The
father was of the same opinion, but the
mother "voted" with the daughter.
and advised her to take the package.
She paid her $3. 50 and opened the bun
dle. Inside lay a little brass toy watch,
with three or our inches of brass chain
and fancy key attached. The tears
rushed into the eyes of .the daughter,
and that mother's indignation knew no
bounds. Silently gathering up the
watch and box, the girl turned away.
It is not likely she will invest in an
other. Such cases occur almost every
day. .' .
In regard to the counterfeit money
packages nothing is done, except to de
liver them to the part addressed. As
they never contain anything except
sawdust, nothing can be done with the
party sending or receiving them. Both
are swindlers, bat fhe mat! who hss
sent has.; money to be exchanged for
counterfeit cii unot complain of the man
who sends him sawdust instead without
criminating himself, and so the hounds'
escape the penalty ox the law.
A Chicago Romance.
From the Chicago Republican.
Oapt J. J. Harrington, late of the
Nineteenth Illinois volunteers, and now
of the Custom Honse, a six feet three
inches and two hundred and twenty
pounds avoirdupois inheritor of his
name and fortune.
Nearly twewty years gone ' by, Har
: rington, pofe, left the shores of the
Green Island, to seek fame and fortune
m the broad territories of the New
World. Off the foggy const of New
Fonndland the Teasel in Which he
sailed encountered a storm, and was
I wasting some weeks in una vailing Wait
of mg and hoping, Mrs. Harrinfrton and
; heriamily sensibly followed the " star
There have been written, perhaps, a
thousand romances relative to the find
ing of children by their tender parents.
Chicago contains a man who has been
made happy in a double sense he has
discovered a father mourned as of the
dead through seventeen long years, and
f-Ji father afnrftfiaiH ban Aiafn-vnrart in
wrecked, nearly aH on board perishing.
nmrraf " thn art txm' vnr.
And settled down in the country on the
shores of which he was east away. The
emigrant had . left in his own land a
young wife and several small children.
They left Ireland .iox America a few
mouths later than the husband and
father. They expected to find' their nat-'
UID MX , I1VI
nral nrotnot in Nnw York, bnt were bit-
trlv doomed to disannointment. After
of empire" settlmK down in
State and eventually in this city,
children grew up to maturity,
mother was laid to rest, and the
tenee of the father was almost forgot
ten. Capt. Jack was always a stirring
boy, and when the war broke out, he
shouldered a musket with the brave
Nineteenth, and won his Captain's
" bars" on many a field of fame. When
peace was proclaimed, he returned to
civil life and was patronized by Uncle
Sam. Three days ago he received a
' letter. He opened, read, and stood
transfixed I It was from bis father.
The old man had heard of his. family
through some Chicagoan who had vis
ited the land' of codfish, and he lost no
time in renewing his acquaintance with
fbruiA an rltfnr tn bim liv natnrc Hi
haul written in TwdnnrV had benrd the
family had left there for America
traced them to New York, and lost
sight of them for many weary years.
He concluded they were dead, and en
deavored in peaceful tod to drown his
frief. In those years of industry he
ad managed to accumulate quite a
competence, 'and remained true to his
lows. He invites the presence of his
son, and in a few weeks Cap. Jack will
shape Ms course to that island
Where sailors gang to fish for cod."
Amid the dense fogs of that latitude
those so strangely sundered shall be
united, and the curtain of peace shall
Aeapt, at Hartford, of infirm health,
has been in the habi
t of getting her
coachman to attend to her business af -
fairs. Borne time ago pe was given
1- f 20,000 to invest in United States
bonds, but instead of purchasing them
he kept the money himself, paying the
interest as fast as the lime came
around. Last fall the lady wished to
purchase an estate in Florida where
ahe niight. spend the winter, and ac
cordingly the coachman I was furnished
with funds to the amount of $5,000, and
be started south ward. In a few weeks
he returned and announced that he had
purchased a suitable residence for her,
showing what purported to be the ne
cessary papers. He assisted in boxing
i the lurnirare, out Deoretm ,m;
I pleted be disappeared. This led to an
. . , . , . ,
in vesti cation, which revealed his ex
tensive swindling operations, and steps
were taken which at last led to his ap
Senseless Scpebstitiom. In Eng-
land recently, the corpse of a drowned
man having been brought to land, a
woman brought to the spot her son,
afflicted with wens upon the neck. She
obtained of the Coroner permission
ihat the boy should draw his hand
seven times across the neck of the de
ceased. This, if foolish, was at least
harmless. Another recent instance of
folly with disastrous results is record
ed A man having died of typhoid
fever, a boy afflicted with wens was
brought to the side of the body, snd
the dead hand was placed upon his
neck. He took the disease in
consequence,' and the malady was
communicated to the family and spread
through the whole neighborhood. The
disease was ot a yiolent type, and many
8uoh trongs, in the
nineteenth century, soena incredible,
but this occurrence is vouched for and
no doubt took plaoe. Perhaps, after
all, it is not much more senseless than
many customs which still obtain, even
in our own midst. Not being attended
inot hear of them. Bnt the
follv ih no less nbnnrd. ThA snnersti-
tion which perpetuates the idolatry of
The Legend of Kyffhauser.
From the Philadelphia Ledger.
It is amusing sometimes to see how ,
fiction mixes itealf up with history, '
and how the legends of remote ages
may be made to play an active part in
the events of the present day. .. This is i
the case with the lcnmil ef TS-ftderiek
IW vlllZTi -ol,l S
VK,ETPr0r ?' Ger1nV4 B"T I
named Harbarossa, or Bed Beard, j
moat famous of all the Emperors l
of midifeval Germany, having become j
involved in a serious quarrel with the
Chut oooght to arert its anathemas
and conciliate its favor by joining in i
third crusade against the Turks for
the expulsion Of those followers of,
"Mahomed and Termagamit" from
. 'TiiirZy j ... rZ i TtZl
Asia Minor and the Holy Land. But
his fortune was no commensurate With :
his zeaL for in bathing ia the icy wa-1
tors of the river Cydnus he was drown
ed (10th June, 1190), a fate which 1
Alexander the Great had very narrowly I
escaped from, in the same stream, 1600
In those days, good I Germans, when
they died, did not go to Paris,-but such
a fate was kept in reserve for Frederick
Barbarossa; for he was transported
bodily to the Mountain of Kyffhauser,
in ThuringiR, in a state of semi -con -.
sciousneea, and "in his habit as he
lived, by whom is not exactly known, j
but most tnrobably by the tutelary an-
gels otf Germany. Que side of the
mountain was opened by the samemys-!
tevious' hands, and a tolerably large f
apartment was excavated, wherein tho j
monarch wan deposited in a comatose
tate, with his attendants, and a page,
who plays an, important part in the af-1
fair. There, seated before a stone to-.
ble, nodding drowsily in a chair, the
drowned Emperor was condemned to
nod and wink and dream until the
crows, which by thousands had built
their nests in the old ruined
tower on - tho top - of the moun
tain, should disappear. But it
wan at the same time decreed that they
should not do so until all discord had I
ceased in Ire rm any; ana when that re- )
markable state of things should come
about, no matter from what cause, then
the Emperor, weary with long sleeping j
and waiting, should Come forth from j
his pawernous prison, and hire a peas-
ant to carry his sword and shield be
fore, him, with the view of terrifying'
all those who fancied they had better
blood in them than the peasant had.
In this manner the Emperor was to go
forth and reclaim his empire. Once,
at the expiration of eaeh century, he
was allowed to wtflte np and send his
page up to the tower to see if tne crows
had left it; and this faypr he has hith
erto carefully availed himself of. Six
times has the page done' his
errantt, only to return with the
answer, "the crows are still
there," and six times has the- disap
pointed monarch fallen asleep for an
other hundred years. Bnt. on the 15th
ot July last, he was awakened m an
unusual, manner jjsnd he sent his page
iu to tne toweranante. tu
the croVs. ' What then wae
when the page returned with
mars that the crows were preparing to
leave, as war had been declared by
France, and all discord had ceased in
Germany, because the nation was unit-
Yes, the hoar of awakening had come,
and the spirit of Barbarossa stepped
forth to animate the now Emperor (that
is to be), not by one peasant but by
every man in the land no one, not even
duke on count, considering his blood
any better than that of a peasant in the
cause of the Fatherland ! '
Such ia the wild, yet beautiful, le
gend which has suddenly resumed its
popularity in the German heart, as sig-
m'finsni. nf thft jinnrrvfudiinfr unification
of its native land Barbarossa ia the
type of this oneness of will, and the
circumstance of his waking np the mo
ment his beard had grown so long that
it touched the ground, as symbolical of
that will having taken root in German
soil-1 There are, however, two modes
of interpreting the legend: one, which
may bo called Bismarck's; the other,
Heine's. The Bismarck theory is that
the Bed Bearded Emperor will unite all
Germany beneath his sway, after the
manner of feudal
times, and repress
revolutionary tendencies of modern
times. The Heine theory is that he
will, oh the' contrary, cause these ten
dencies to germinate and expand snd
that this is what is intended by the le
gend, when it says that the Emperor
shall hang his sword and shield on a
withered tree, Which tree, shall there
upon begin to blossom. This last view
is the most popular.
Thbt haven Indiana a spring with a
pool sixty feet wide, in which no sound
ings can be found at the depth of 406
feet The stream from it turns a grist
That is a mean man they tell of Port
land, who makes a practice of dropping
into a store every mornintr, reading his
friend's paper, pocKeting it and giving
it to another friend, who pays him half
the subscription price for the privilege
of reading"' his' paper.
Ix will be remembered that the ex-
Empress Eugenie's retreat from France
" 1 1 - 1.., t nl T 1
was made in tne yacnx . 01 oir o uuu
Montague Bnrgoyne. His Wife has
lately received from the ex-imperial
passenger a handsome locket, in which
her portrait is to be enclosed.
" Why don't yon wear your ring, my
dear ?" said a father in a ball-room to
his daughter. ' ' Because, papa, it hurts
me when any one squeezes my hand. "
" What business have you to hare your
kave squeezed? " " Certainly none ; but
still yon know, papa, that' one would
like to keep it in a squeezable order. '
A boy was sent by his mother to saw
some stove-wood ont of railroad ties
Goine outdoors shortly after she found
the youtn sitting on the saw-norse wiin
head down. The mother asked her nope-
ri ho ... itrm and why
he didn't keep at his work. The boy
J"" r"T r.,J ; 'r: ;
replied: My dear mother, innd it nara,
very hard to sever old ties."
O'Dohovak Rosba and other Fenians
were released from Chatham on the 6th.
They proceeded Jto Liverpool to leave
the country. The British Government,
it is said, pays their expenses to the
United States. They sailed for New
York cn the 7th, in the steamer Cuba..
When the steamer reached Queens town
a committee visited the prisoners and
gave them an or.tflt and twenty pounds
each. The men seemed to be satisfied
with their treatment by the Govern
i ment. The people of Queenstown gave
cnem a serenade oeiore ixie v saueu.
Their pardon is not complete. So long
as they remain within British domini -
one, they are subject to the full penal -
ties of the law under whieh they were
sentenced. Hal pin : still refuses to ac-
A i.aroi number of invalids from the
east are spending the winter in Cali-
Summary of Congressional Proceedings.
Ssnate, Jan. 1th. Among the bills in t ro-
ducoil was one to enable honorably discharged
pubuc lands of the United States. The bill
waa passed amendatory of the funding act of
the last eessiop, authorizing an increase of
th Issne of five per cent, bonds from M00,
ihl 000.000 to 5OO,O50,0OO, and making the inter-
et on the same pavable quarterly. -Sum war's
resolution calling for information on San Do
This mingo matters was adopted without objection,
Some discussion was bad on the bill for the
relfef of Congressmen from importanity ta
ness of eecondary unportarsi the Senate ad
Houst. Among tie bills offered wae ont . to
fxtSd L,th fj?elt J hoinostoadjpollcy
to disabled BOldiera and sailors, and to widowa
an(1 orphanB and dependent relatione at those
who died in the service of their country.
Wood offered a resolution calling upon the
President for all correspondence, papers, Ac,
-Won pen&n wtachth.Houeeadionrnea.
. B"ATti &th. -Several biU were inteo
JZ?i ducod and referred-, among which was one for
the appointment of iunpeators in the Indian
sorvice. It directs the President to nominate
to the Senato six inspectors of Indian affairs,
wlo, under direction of the Interior Dopart-
mcnt. and at a salary of 84.000 nor annum.
are to visit the Indian tribes and inspect their
sanitary, iedustrial and educational conditio..
A bill wae passed providing that hereafter
no tax haTJ be imponed orcollectod upon any
nndistnbuUble mm added to the contingent
fund of any insurance company, nor on an-
earned nremsniak received for risks assumed.
A resolution was aooptea caning l or tne
rospondence between the State department
I is I Wiiiisinr Mnltay rHating to his duties and
also to his removal. The bill for the reim
the destruction of hta ctwellinr bouse arin(r
bursement of 3. Jf. Best, of Paducah, Kv., for
the war by the Union farce was paased, after
considerable discttssion. It appropriates 025,- I
000 for Mat pnrpoae Adjoorned to Monday, j
Houtta. Gen, Scheuck's rnsignatipn of his
Ways and Means, caused by fckhencke rav
Some time was spent in discussing
theresoltititjnare'ative to Paraguayan affairs ,
and Minister Washtnra, hut they went over
without a vote. a mu was passea giytn nr. i
Seheock. United States Minister to England,
an additional allowanco of 2,5O0 per year for
private--amaneenaen, Mwa ""1 vi
aoopuntpC Mr. Soheaok's partial disabilMy OTT
nis ngnt nana trom wonnns receivea m natass. I
Hobse, Jan. 6. Several unimportant bills 1
were Introduced when the House resumed the
consideration of he reeolntirms reported by ;
the Committee on Foreign Affaire in reference
to tne aispme between minister cuarios a.
Washburne and the late Government of 'Para
guay. After some discussion they were adapt
ed. They declare Bear Admiral fi. W. Gor
don, in neglecting to old Mr. Washburne in
reaching the government to v.luob-he wae ac
credited, railed to dlscnarce ins atuv as uom-
man law of the South Atlantio Squadron: tba I
Meesrs. BUaa and Mastennan were members of :
the persdrraV suite of Mr. Washburne, and I
therofore, under the law of nations, en-1
litlad tn thn gstoiln at the, United States :
that the'forcfble arrest and detention oft
Meacna. Bhse aad Mastermaa bv the covern-
ment of Paraguay was a violation of the law
of nations, and a gross insult to dbe honor
and dignity of the United States. They!
approve the action of the President in with
drawing the American Mifnster.Gen. McMahon, !
from the government of rarafrnay, and de-
oliniriK to.have further diplomatic intercourse
wiKtbat covemmeat, and they deeBue It to
uu ciuailj UJ'J uu.jr ' IX iwa urn
be dearly tne duty ox the urn tec btates
of then duties, And that a refusal or
neglect to render such assistance when rertrir
ad. or aai discourtesy of such naval oSeert
toward diplomatic officers, shall be a subject
of Inqnkry and punishment by the Naval De
partment! Additional resolution were adopt
ed directiiip; a court of ini iry for the trial of
Admirals Gordon and Davis : disapproving of
the conduct of Uear Admiral Chas. H. Davis
in delaying for an unreasonable time to pro
i eeed to the rescue of Messrs. Bliss and Mas-
terman, in accepting their release in the man
I ner and under the ciroumstances detailed in i
the testimony, and in receiving:, holdfcur aad
treating them as prisoners ; declaring -that j
Admiral flnnlon. in netrlectint? to aid Mr.
Washburn-' in reaching the Government to
which he was accredited, failed to riiwhargrt
Bis duties as commander of the South Af Janno
Sknati, January S. A bill was introduced
jpe harbor at Dull
uuu ror tne completion ui
nth. Minn,. The Judiciary
i .i iiiiin i ia icuiivi auioinvij uww waw
for the election of Presidential electors and
members of Congress by ballot Bknita
joint resolution appropriating $2,600 per jear
fOT an amanuensis ror minister ncnenca, pann
Motley and the state department was present
ed Rn A nrdsTsd rrrtnted. The bill relative to
mints, the assay oifioe and coinage was diaeas
sed during the remainder of tho session with
out a vote After an executive session the
Senate ad Jonnaed.
House. After tho introduction of a large
number of buTs Orth salted to' suspend the
rules aad take from; the Speaker's table and
pass the Senate joint resolution authorising
the appointment of commisv! oners in relation
to the annexation of Domini on After con
siderable discussion on the subject, and the
iilklwulaiiilliii that the resolutions sbonld re
main open for debate until two o'clock to
morrow, the motion to suspend the rules was
nil lis ll, and the resolutions were taken op
and debated until five o'clock, when the House
Sbwate. Jan: 10th. Yates presented ipetl-
tion fox an amendment of tho eaaetitanon
recognizing the Supreme Bein, and advocated
the ""-irfr'g of a report on tho matter by the
Judiciary Committee. Several bills were re
ported from committee, bui not acted ou.
Several bills were tetrodheed and referred,
among which was one by Wflsan, nrnndjag I
that all persons shall bo relieved of political
disabilities, excepting those who left the Oafci-
The bill revising- the laws relative to t
mini, assay ofhee and coinage of the United
States, was passed after. considerable discu
afon. Trumbull's joint resolution prohibiting
members of Congress from soliciting offices
of the President and heads of departments,
discussed for some time when en motion
it was laid, aside for the purpose of taking up
tka annnta T Inm i Ti if , isunt TP tl 11 f.ionH as ro-
the Senate Dominica joint resolutions as re
turned from the House, with an amendment
providing that nothing contained in them
shall be held, understood or construed as
committing Congress to the policy of the an
nexation of said Bepublie of Donunica.
Sumner mado some remarks in opposition to
the measure, and it was finally agreed that a
vote should be taken at 1 o'clock p, m. to
morrow. The Senate then adjourned.
House Garfield presented the remonstrance
of 307 women of Ohio, against woman's suf
frage. The House resumed the consideration
of the joint resolution for the appointment of
a Commission to Dominica. After a lengthy
and excited debate, Ambler's amendment, de
claring tbat nothing in the resolution ia to be
construed as committing the government to
the annexation of Dominica, was adopted, by
yeas 10U. The joint rasolution, aa amended.
was tnen passea yeas 10, nays do. xiio
Democrats voted solidly in the negative, and
I the following named Republicans also voti
, no: Messrs. neatly, tsoya, rtnuemourg, nun,
Peters and Willard The Honse, after seme
discussion, passed the bill to provide for cele
brating the Independence of America on the
one hundredth anniversary by "holding an in
ternational exhibition of arts and manufactures
at Philadelphia in 1876. Adjourned.
Db. AiansKT Babies, the eminent re
ligious commentator, who died in Phil
adelphia last week, was a man of great
Uberality. The Harpers have, sold
more than a million copies of his works.
Whenever any minister or other person
solicited one of his books he would
send a note to the Harpers .to forward
the book to the party
, charge the bill to his account. Vol-
uxnee usvs tuuowmtij
! response to such neqnesss. He died on
. the night of the 23d As showing the
1 suddenness of his death, the Harpers
received a business letter from him
' postmarked December 24. It mtrst
have been written the evening isroviona
' and shipped in a street letter-box.
i Thk oyster trade of Boston, it is said
Qjj, maid, ftre described as " emiem
. K,1. tU .narks U.n HaA. "
lrom which the eparkf nave npo;
Thk re?aae potato pomace from starch
stories is to be made into paper. -of
mrnao-ritTCMOsnl ewplosion in Hun
ienation. .ntltr killml fortv narsaaa.
BAXLOOflM still regularly , leave Pjttis.
prance with moils and military intel
OtTB nurses are our first theologians.
Beabs are besieging McMinnville,
The English Parliament is to meet
Tar. hb are 74,000 doctors in. the Uni
Th Pennsylvania Legislature meets
Ik Florid the people are making
' ' orange brandy. ' '
An Illinois fire company elected a
Misery requires action, but happiness
seeks for repose.
The Boston Journal advocates mak
ing voting compulsory. . .
BrTEAto meat is in the market in
various Western cities.
A New Orleans fortuneteller netted
$1,200 in twenty days.
Camforwia is building one-Story,
earthquake proof ohurehes.
Caibo has a ten-year-old boy with
whiskers, four inches long.
Ta, i)reud.lh of winter wheat-SOWS ia
. , , , v . :
UL10 V lar5 Bna lne wne1 s ex
A anTED band -organist at Detroit ae-
companies himself on a jewBharp.
Bra women have just been elected on
school committee m Lynn, Mass
e J r .
Thb area of the bituminouB coal-nekls
: T0wa is twenty thousand square miles.
AirtnrfCA pflttios are popnlar
Jatfl, awl in nauT a uoiratm arnwifig- i
Tins class 72 at Tals college has last
five membeM by death within a year.
, , , , rsu;-
The rKjonlafaon of Otao, aopordingj
to Uie correoteu reiurns, ts ,uuo,ooi.
Ku gloves, of heavy texture, are worn I
Mkmphts propfwos to Institute a rper-
chants exchange and a Tu
An American manufactures torpedoes
and other' war material atOenstnnti
The old ben honsejn Capitol Souare,
Piiiisnsal, Iwis been eonverted into a
paper warehouse, mmm Sl '.
Taa last pier of Uie Bt Oharias (Mo.)
on a suiJd rocJc oo
wards of 25,000 widows and
Tun Mississippi has already been
jammed with ioe opposite St. Lonla. so
that people couM oross. it .rAm
A euwves'riON was lately held in Ore
gon to devise means for elevating the
Indians of the Pacific coast.
The IsCgeet and most beentiful Meth
odist church in Cincinnati has 222
pewa, of which every fifth one is free. .
If we may rely on the St. J osph Her
ald "the prowling wolves howl the
notes of starvation; in Alaska.
Thk Campagna around Boae is to be
drained and made-the source of .agri
cultural fruitf ulness' instead of malaria.
At tne battle of Gra
aster was killed by a .bail
in at the south of his
The Chinese relieve neuralgia and
govt by applying oil eirxSfWatnt over
thTpart rfeeted with a camel's half
psaWawsaW- sama VskV aifwttKrM
A Navw-HsjfPSBXXE man is said to
have sold his right to a "hair restorer"
for $100,000, after making a small for
tune by its manufacture.
A Zutaos steel-rolling mill ia in pro
gress of construction ia South Bsihis
hem, Leigh county, Penn. When eom-
pletcd, it will be 1,600 feet long, wing
40 feet in length. One of the stacks,
124 feet high; was finished last week.
"Mtjttow Hams" are amon the
smoked luxuries of Georgia, and they
promise to be, as articles of food sent
to other quarters in large numbers, a
source of commercial .revenue, to the
Htate. Jkitl fM
voBOtte, a trim-
£4,000 Seeking an Owner.
It is strange how difficult it some
times is to find the owners of verj- val
uable property.- Tltani is in the pos
session tf one of the great English rail
way companies a naagnifioant aaaff bos,
encrnsted with diamonds, whieh was
funnd hv some superatively avmsst
norter in one of the carriages. The
company advertised in every conceiva
ble mannnf to try and discover its own
er, bnt in vain, and it is now filled with
snuff, and handed round at meetings of
" the board" It seems by the follow
ing advertisement, which has been go
ing the round of London papers, that
an owner is wanted for still more val
uable property :
Stouui Diamonds Aitd Jsrwxxe. No
tice is hereby given, that in the coarse
of the month of flsgtamhnf, probably
the 17th. a casket was stolen atJUkaa
heim. in Bavaria, from the luggage of
travellers from Vienna to Munich.
This casket oontained several jewels,
and the value of the stones now in the
hands of the police ia estimated at
The jewels appear to be very old, ao
i cording to their catting and setting, ami
of Oriental workmanship.
Amongst others is a triangular emer
ald seal, engraved on the three sides, as
(a.) In niz boguzared.
(b.) Nasil ehodoecba.
Several gold and silver seals, on one
of which are the letters, Kami Schah.
As the owners of these jewels have,
up to the present time, not claimed
their property, notice is hereby given
them to apply either at the Royal
Police Court at Munich, or at the Ba
varian Consulate-General, London, 44
Palmers ton buildings.
Wasura S. Mass died in ruaagtikssr
sie, N. Y.. Fridav night. He celebrat
ed the seventieth anniversary of
birthday at the Morgan Mouse
wyki un on wadah 01 11 aaiim be
flv thousand dollars to the Widow's
Home in Cincinnati, making thirty
seven thoukspd dollars he has given
that institution in alk He has given
liberally to the charitable institutions
of PouahkeeDBie. He was well known
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
SFAOB. 1 w.
1 ao.lt mo. sae. 1 7 r.
t 901 to taWUW
a oo 13 os is oo
M S 1 S M SO
U Ssi B MM ST SS
t set ia as ls as
(faetr t Stots as aarty ia the weak as g nasi Ms.
Summary of Late News.
A C. a QmOam SAIUSU O M iMU-
g'Hepn N. T , Saturday, three cadet
TwRirrr oars loaded with tea arrived
in Mew York Batnrday, seven days from
Wan Franciaeo, and 23 from Hong Kong
Tax residence of Milton Qnaurnto, si
Provident, Bureau oonnty, Utnois,
was hmwsd 'Jjtarsday night, and two
of his. children perished in the flanks.
Gbobob H abm an hung himself Fri
day at Bsgtlaww 3ry. Cause, whisky
drinking. Tho same day and plaoe a
boy named Bavohmaa was found frosea
dead in a bow ear
Fiutw GL Pbatt, a cotton bnyor from
Boston, was found dead in his bed at
Memphis, Vena., Sunday morning.
The Coroner's jury rendered a Wflkot
of death from an overdose of narcotic.
A. Kifowrnow, living with U. P. Ce
eU, aonr miles from Altoona, HL, was
almost instantly killed Batnrday, by
the bsjj twng ot the cylinder of wn old
com-shellfix, which he was tsnuW for
Boos k. GossAfm, a heavy and well
known retail dry goods hows of Chi
rLfto, have been forced into bankruptcy
bv the house of Hi B. ClaMn Oo., of
New iork eity, who are creditors to
the amount of 1W,000.
Da T. B VAWPATTkju.of Fatwijngton.
m., wae so badly injured Praday, by
beins; thrown from his wagon, by a
nauisanar ranlrond train Uiat he died fkua
day morning. The deceased was widely
sTKfwfi and Trtghiy lespeexea.
Tee Ameriewn Merohnnts' Union Ex
oresa Co. advertise a reward of 0,000
for information leading to tho tvoest
sad conwteMee of the parties who rob
bed and attemptofl to murder Hastr
moseeofrer whue crossinff the raflsosd
bridVm at Alb an a 8 o'ehw Friday
vet The messenger, BTslpi
lefnewos from Wesk Point, and
them bonk to too nost, Ihey
that they ware dreamed from
qws rases Wthe flroUss after dark and
oonveyed to the ntoenkauaaa, wnen
were deserted, and told to feare
miiht smatw penalty of being tarred and
feathered. Tney have sent a WrtBBSB
statement of the entire transaction to
any pfrtwiouB season. Texas sewaW to
the Avalanche, the nnniber of wi
which rtroseed At Memphis since
tember let is 1,04; the namber of poo
pie over 9, (XXI
At Helena the orrjjkrsft
as been greater.
and it Is said large
ant. As a class, the ikaWrsaai are
mnch better than those who haws gone
before, have better outfits, and are gen
erally in a condition to purchase farms.
14th of Novend
officer, Lieut. Talbot, with sub-
started on a gig for tne
Islands. After endnrkacc
sufferings, they reached Kanai
ber lb. bnt aD were very
Lieut Talbot, Pater Frances, qnarssr
miuitAr. .Tames Mnir and John Andrews,
mm lor; were drowned ha the surf in the
landing. Their bodies ware 1
The news was sent at ones to
worL sank bv the a nrinan X
with provisions and water, and
davs later the steamer Hula
placed at his disposal by the Govern
ment, and was also dispatched. It is
taJMsKJaV arrive in ssssna to save
T7"a. m .a a - 1 -
the lives ox tne weanea orew, uuwij m
all of whom were on
the island yietdhkg
r. Bar. ojumhiM wi
-' Bot7mAKft army
is said to be abowt
Trans has been almost
skirmishing in France since
Teas raaik Til aim t film 1
ed and captured a detachment of one
hundred Germans near that place.
Moot of the French captured at Notts
have escaped since the tvaooatissi of
Dijon or been delivered by Franc
Ths Garmaa lesidenta.of Marseilles
have sent a tetter to the King of Frns
sia sAprosaW iradignaston at the bar
I s ilisiaiitw ikff Tfcaetiiilalaa. warn
ing him against a spirit of conqstfst,
moos wae KM rjrT rv '
Gan. FaJDavjussB rnsists tana he mas
a victory on the 3d, and ohargas naa
Oormans With falsehood in their re-
,iraminn that battla.
that as to the pursuit of whieh
Germane boast, the only fact to 1
Wirt them is. that on tne :
the 4th. two squadrons of
wheeled off and fled.
At thk Nowm Pol a. Capt
the A seats' sAateeer. in his reos
tare in Now York, was reported thus:
When he shall stand on the North
PtU theft?-Is one thing whieh wit
trouble him, aad that,' bow shell ha
keep his chronometers regulated; how
shall ho tell whether they are gsiaina
or 1 rains Every direction than will
be sodfh There will be no north, an
east, no wast. The North Star will be
directly over head, or nearly so, and on
the first day M March the sun will just
appear shoes the horiaon and go
round aad ' round, day by day, never
rising or setting, bnt gradually attain
ing a greater Situda, sntH- fWaab at .
will get to a height of 23l degrees, ad
then gradually get lower and Tower, an
til on the aad of September it will dis
appear, to be seen no more for six
months. What object can ha arte to
3 alike hie chronometer I He has
ed the question of the best talent 1
the country, aaa no man eaa aaswar
him. In the winter ot 1872 he will be
where no son can shine, bnt in a fine
place tar people fond 01 eetlng, far w
will always Do 11111 aimii sip aye as
Hohacs Gsrmrr'a Esnars, "What I
Know of Farming," which kave been
published ia The Tribwae a ery week
daring 1870, are to be printed in book
fonn,-eod a copy will be sent, postpaid,
to each ambsenber who sends $18 for
ThaCaily, 84 for The Semi-Weekly, or
2 tor The Weekly Trikaaa, aad i
quaats the book at the Mat o aub
scribing. This wi 1 enable old snb
aoxtsaaxs 8a aaaasaaaaBaaaja aw pieaar
vatioa, on atawwingfatak ubanriptions,
and new sabaoribers will, of eehrs, be
glad to obtain them, free of cost.