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THE BRIGHT DAY.
Th tlv If Mkr a !. nu try.
And hhr A litprt iniiuh Hip Itrvpm
I ii.- mm fciw-th lit- rttr dlmntiTjr,
Ai l i-d 1- ll cm tlx- lil.ihl Inu.
T W f-f Win Wit fipin(r,
I mii,V if HTi-wm '
:nt lli ..v;vr.tn IVi, v. m liiFMiif wlnclnf
UjU u.tr liiii nioc lii'lwitl ..
Mr Hfo l!Vrto itir briVlit mn ulilm til.
An Ktiiif.h lllw tlirm. rr 1in-r.
'r 1r I lit-rmiTiil ltwnl fU.ni,
)iir Itsi nitre t)iirr, ftinti rfuliii Ui
iK'i jier-IIiuii 'lect of tie lew
f ift ( rM-t.1 tlm Klin .''tie ATI foretor, v
Vulil lift' ninl lm oth c joint 'I, TlPVr fc TIT,
' rmll be tit 1tiHhlr rtiPTiTcr
Wheru hii)iii ulioiili. in vi r ( ate.
And how They were Unraveled.
There nre npt n;miy saddc!1 eves- this
present year thus those whiuh . look od out
in. in under the white forclund of youug
Sylvia P.imlmm.' Anil ye the wnvo ol
trouble and death and njiuish which has
Mown Willi KiicU heavy sur.(o uml rohlncss
lhroir!h so ninny hearts of the bind Lad
pnsssd Iter by, to all outward locmiug, quite
rWltis Furlihiiin's rnsntat ailment was of
that Un 1, talking over which tho bent of
lis nre opt to shrug a little, and Bar, "N'on
K'li'!"' i reluctant we ere to uilroit our
Ltl of of tl lui.S wedq believe. Wo know
how Sylviii Fa: iiliiiui lull'. it sit bereaved.
Uinnglr (V'sUl' had rtclihcin toocbfrl nor
tlircaleiiud Lho Ii uH of h x beli'vod. Tliink
nf tli cut u iiy li'r limnnri t nil"rnes ninl
tWntinn iv- ' ntl, tluirrnilcl prl will
f.u-iior up fri.ni ber own intiiro nml our
iliTiilnre in t!io youiK which li't-peri
nivl.1 n nml twiiity-tliif. : Ami if tlie
tium nvtmiiif,' lull ouin it Beekt lnvixb
imlli I, nml Is driven bn. k iiMlhirnid, will not
the heart "ink nuil ciuivvr Uiuler tle ltk
S,Tvi:i had never been R.rriiilly In love,
hoiii,'h xlio knew vnry eli tllU l Aincr
i. ju iiilH no, lur wuildinu I'. Hi iniittt rinj;
bi fnio lnnil' ynirs, It ut all nml Blip
tlmnglit iimrrmiii thu "lino UUt'r" tn we
nil tliink, wbi'llirr wu Buy it or lint Nut
liitif; ftu' i kIip h:ifl i.lisened nniontftlm oHie
BiiUMl o I tii ii ton tibtr mim, "J 'lnlii lib
.m n," itii'l l.y ninl hy l'e Im-uii In "in
i linli'"ili owner ft mult firm ot buiul imd
Mop, VI II ti ye ninl ihvo .iiui tljiM of
ihnst in. u in i li ui, Linill.v liieiiilili ninl lull-
"A ill ll tell MM.' I III' ri.liilill.il leult ut' a
t'irl ! svl wa I'm til i. ni i m -.hi i n 1 1 mm in'' iniieli
nt Biicli n ihiui' l lie di'ni.iii.l el u ri(bf
siilll liT Mltlli H like ll:l nwli Jil lli l . ..II'
elltlv lllll lin t, IlilW lll.i.nt Ii. Iilllilitll III-
''4ltH'ts till- II . Ml llllll I el'' ll;it 111'. i
r Uiuiilil III. In.) tliiiiex till I lie MM I !
Mil "els ninl riliilv Willi IS )i.le fnil.nl llieir
runt nrr.iMnll liirml Iiiiii-m.
v . hi h iu nuil i,.kii u bail not ii i'v l.'iiir nu t
ut Mifiul ,itlii.ruii!H, ninl lulLeil, ninl i!uv
ebiMB In lign, witn'f Iv witu ber roirnv
iioii-. .-.iltntly, nml, K it were, in Ilielulit
- Hie Ii.miiI 'iiii ili'lt tlie i.i.einiit' i.reBKiirei.
II till I III tl.t-i MlKr Mlinlf III.; H 1 1 n I. Bet llirtb
111 llilll lloW tilMiVld tllib Olll! IIIMI.
A 111 I Ml, reil.ler, il VIMI ImVe bcell III loVe,
i vim iy firoliablv bim , yim will bum
Jinwilul I'Jin lj.nl been, I unit Btutely
iis liiiiiiii for Iweiitv-tbri'e. yiir, conld
fmn ta thrill Mid kIow by virtue of i hiu-nb-rteji,
mhI voie.s mid lorn Ii. Mio viuh
ulriiid o-f bi.'rell', hIih wiih rouilni! In lovo
linn bo! llnw euiil.l Mlie, who Imd 'di toat
o.l" if U tLinJ, let In r build bu letiiined
mi buie; in bi t t!ie lust lime tbey iiirled?
"Morn fHBily, ibii'ly, tlmn'tu rmve witb
iliuun II "inuj)ierly "nuay. 1 tell you tbero
M II i.,illlllfliesH llblllJBt Ciilllitl-rjliiiMlll! tllO
lilinB ill lluvt sort iif intiiib nt. 'llm bih
jierv ot a Ai buJi', jiiuu lu ii.lojiboijil c:iu
not bo llir..n oil, tln.ii;;li but . nit iully,
Mitb iibi, 'mi niidrr rifliiK lnve'a ijnii k
uim life'lit. i , .. i
Voit Inivinn bn ii in llm ' iibilii lin snp.
fBMaiil, will lino- bow jt wan with iSytria
ntiiji' mi event IlUn tlin li.lluwjnj;. Mm v.y,
vott will ri iiii iiibi r, in tin) liiood wu liave
Jiint iliwnsBiiil, filtering on u puxsioii wbii b
ut il lull would bnvc tunowu borHgll' mid
tbn wboli) win-Ill iM-siib-B nt tbf f.-vt of tliin
beloni.l, And ynt, Iwlt of it All, wub the
.jimulun lUbt ttcy growiuK doubly hetisitivc,
ninl ready to bike keen alunn ut u word.
It WiiH n BociHl vfiuit)H nt Mr. Mnybew'B.
Tbe juii lurn wuie lull - tlie L11.1U mid jiiisninn
Id mid fro very brink. Not eic-eially ob-Bei-vi.il,
on kIui tlionvbt, Kluareii wb soon
ut bi r hide; but liclyru Jiuij; . ii ,'.iy littlu
iieee of tbo woild, In tbo u rwin of JlisH
i iuiibrusiu Liiiu-e, cutno betweeu them in a
btlli) litu . ol uiry, vc-Mitioim, yet iiiHiiuiu
liib; dn troiitif fH, imd tlio result Wiih Hint
hyivin laaiui Jii mtlf, nllor n briut tyn-fiitt.
by willi ber (oiupauioii, m jumbal (roui
Mm, nnd fentid nt chess on ft ttioTott;;hly
Rolden rttla prinoiplo, wilii Kiiod but prony
iind purblind Vr. Akerly, tlie clin kered
Ib id Ul'oru bim his world for th time be
iuo. n- .. ,
ii'or netiily nn hour nbo f.nw notliiiig of
l"lc.irn. ' Hbo wan boiiniiint to really
hfttbiiiilUet liuppct-baiidliug wbieii
tbo Jioctor tnjoyed no much, when tho
voice ORain renched her 'car. 1 Any other
one ut tb name pitch bUo wuuid buve kirn
rly have heard and not iiiiib.TntooJ,butyou
know there will bo voIcp. for us ulono,
wbn.rto iiintit ivu'ulob cttJiiut o tmyj clear uh
' Hlnl Conld jnil diBtintjiilOi Alf Muyhnw'u
'vorJii, - IhounU bu spuky iu bigbw; key.
The lirHt wy:
' "Now, l'hif" you may no well bn bonent,
nd own you'ro trapped ut lu.il. No yirl in
lu r Br uhes rimld ever have, looked and aet-i-A
'Mint wnv 4i a fellow who hadn't mude
Jiiiuntli' lirutty tboiiiito,"
H Beeiiied to Salvia a,i (bonb tlio blood
Imd all roup out ol bpr boari, lor it bardly
aifiiieit, to uive. iu iU hUll HUhpeunioii,
while b 'r faeu plowed fiirioiihly. So her
lnirnniR (lilla took iu the Hetnnil bjiouWm
"How little you Know1 me, Alf, to jump
nt'that bIvUi of pnni'lnBion I J tuMiiro you
jlblit io word of IbiB kind bun e ver panHi-d
in V llj.H. ( Hut what bad be not IooIipiI !)
''It you knew bbi nn nrll uh I do, ) ..o would
ravur bad lallm ujjii llii; uimlnki. him
either wiiiiIb to t.e nun i.-it or wbuIh to
rlirt, Iind what Ihny vulujuly cull thn 'dead
J et' in br plan c l op. lulimi. . 1 tell yuii,
Alt; I would not in my Venus herHe'lf If
1bu-wero lidif Klylii ut iill.vik. "My iJh.I (.I
the Ht-i can ut'ver Htin..i ippet bo bri .bly
nor uo low to conquer. '
- I'ilioii llial wiiHi'liiHij.diiuidi- of her, HyU
via. 1'ju iihiuil ! liloiv tbu I ido rolle.l bui-1:
iirion In r r.iill.ifnliiie-fa ill How bIip dis
iiilbncU' bum Jir.- Akeily tfy, nevor
knew ; biit what reiiiained of Hint evening
l.be Hii nt in n ulund-d i oim r of the deKert
ed ilreKHiii! rniHW" mutoiyiHK, but knowing!
tiMt. tiling v.bili Kid uiitn-ry lueunt.
j et as kIio tb Hilled her boo. with the rent
y6i in nut bavtf ItMikeil r-iii fully ntlii, nnd
j(iibl) bu well. In bin e tub I tluit bem bad
not bu it ii i ;i ii.-K n hi in i of the enjoyment
(if thn fiecaiilon. i ! "..('
, Al 'b IikJJ ib(.i' hbe met . a form ubu
JlUeW ujl loo v. II, wuitiiu;, beliiro bo
w.Mit Ins fiwn Vtiy, to' Ix-hIiSw hut Kalely Iu
Ihe Pai't'iai!P, rtueh Imw br boino roiiio
all Hiiiwr. hi it oJ, In u. , , -,
VN'liut, nia.U.1' it 1. 1. e e.iul.l not beb
IbriltiM'rrn.li'rUin old Inob v' "I'M t Hhfl
ave b.ifik wii.i,4m,,i.(ll ot atUnrud unit
jjiiiu'dity rppiniieli uh pv.-r cut keen from
yi's vincuig nu ji!siu''ii neftn. jiihowii
Itluiiej rb,i;mvJ V. "'! ol eul'p'W'dbiijuiry,
Hut what or Ut IJn knew lis part Wtill
pnoriRh. iridobM.'J ,'f"":"-'
i yen vnicliif! 'tin liiBiulu'd ! nrl. His own
So you hoo it wub ipiilo over. 'iUn tide
could not wcU Juii.j6pWii'raUt wider wbicb
IIowikI, betwoeuTu-r and Ti 1 1 1 T Hho bd not
ineet bim yt-ry often, but -Mlrrn abe nd.
abat ud niUBt bavo .lieeiij v.r,v Huiunbirly.
olilUK who. did not hco that the ej'iioW
)'"'" wub bf iuKl'nrtli jinm nm:e:l ' on till
jimuud iuUrouruu ot bm uu uojiovlnud br
iirU Tiko'HiiMin l'afiibam di not petik
Mid pint) l (TOT tlllll;;n t til U Bol t hho
went about buf bouebolil bmU, aa it were,
Willi uioru yuulleueott wiul clliejoiK tbt'U
over. Tbe only rbanpo ontBidn rppiiipiI
tluit Bhe wub more tenner ami tlmnghliul
of nptunl sufferint!, or poRBibility of it, than
before. 'i" T '
Her nimble lipofll'f cllrtked nbd (;Rflered
ninoiifr the Tpry ttrHtwbieb ftieJiiatbeil
theiiiBelvi a, on tnijlfortiihln deanH intent,
for IIiobo brnvavl tttt billy fellown.rlwplHnii
for Ibo flrMt llnie'ni martini but ton airy
UuU. What. iL. tho,. linen of thought,
ineMlied In Willi every 'Boek ntl Iliene kitiil
tiiir Bnicn nii' knittiiii! IbiB winter, wero to
bepoine vNblennd pnlpnhlo riB.fbC.IyyTt!ly
fabrio ilBelf 1 In and out, tents never (died,
and lonpf oiueneBB never npoken, Ibonphta
bnpy nnrl and aa dentb. tint nnd in,
fiineiea'wiinn and bright na a niiilnuniiniT
of rnrndise- bb:b, tend:r plowa from full
pulHed, healthful heart. All these very
poBiible in ft oin'lp storking I
Tbp too quiet and nlmoat loo lotii days
came and went for Sylvia. "Winter's wild
birthright" wna puRsed, anil now the Win
ter' bfn waa fully oomo in nil its ptorm ami
cold. Sylvia received a note one day from
HHaa Katinkn Crei vy, bnBlliny iunni?PTiiB
nf balfllio bonevobmt aoeb'ttea .in town,
rriMiestinu Iipt presence nt tho rrpiliiza
tinn nnd initial meeting of llio "SoblierH'
On the evening nnnifil Sylvia aet ont,
without a rompnnion ricept tba boy who
ilrovu, on ber lonely ride to the tow u. Ibid
hex heart been ever BO lit;lit. tho Reenes of
the Journey would bnva taken somewhat
from ils cheer. Tho snow stretched out in
long ghastly reaches under the dend prays,
its whiteness only broken by distant atnpa
of torcet which hiy alon the land, as hho
thought, like dead giants, prone and black
pulled. ' ' ' '
lleaflhin town finally, she found Mis
Creevy's parlor full of" a smiling, nimble.
handed company, nmonR which ahe took
her place, ;laueinc for a moment nt the
Kcntlcnicii, variously disponed, ninny of
them boldinR akeliis of yam for ladie to
wind, otber in lieu, of tlmt keeping bnllH
in diligent ward. No doul.t nmeh of the
most inviporatinficloctiicily wrought baok
nud forth on tho lines so formed. Her
eyes sought ber work relieved, bo was not
there though for that nmtti r bail bo been
ft tbouband miles awny the cliill waters bn.
tweeu Ihetu conld mt bnva 'Unwed more
coldly than if ha had bto at beTside. l'or
ncai ly nu hour she bunieil bersi If with her
woik and a pb niant lady eomtmiiinu. Fin
ishing the tank tit lon;;tb, her bandB rested
a nioiiieut iu ber lap. Then JIibb (.'reevy's
"Miaa I'amliain, please romo nnd wind
this yam oil' Mr, lili'iU Lii's bands, every
body else is luiwy,"
How little Ml-s Kutinka knew, na alio
waited to supervise her visitor's compli
ance, bow thunder-bolt like ber simple re
inoil bid beou !
Sylvia took in "llm situation," us tbey
say in the papers, nt a glance.
Most ol the (x mi puny had liM.k. d up nt
Mi I'ncvj's liie!-a-liii: voice, and were
Inbuilt iu Sylvia's, nioveiiu nlfi with placid
ol)H rvatl. II. ilnW tilOHO t ies would nave
Will, neil, Mid llii.se ti.lielli s lallled, il S(i I-
via bad neied out lu r impulse In Iniv tin m !
She eoiibl lint do lli.it : but it w..a si'urrul.i
I llsier t lllke till- thread llnlil 111 r ImSless s
I io in Is ui .-I viinl round after v.iiiihI tie in
lliesi; oliiniH, hnso owin r bad iloiio ber
.-lli'll bllllt ill-Spile. Mid lielMVCII wbulll Mid
lieriu'll' ii wold even bad iml passisl lor
'I he eoinpiiny (..ion lemniicd ibi iriH-eii-pntion,
mid Si Ii i.x woiiiiil riu Mini on il
sPemerl fur li'iunt almoBt nly a;inily
glud tbeolti u lie ii'beroin lliremt did ma
tmigln. A little snail, and In ! tlie siipiilv j
bad censed, and the end of Hie yum b id
hidden iu the skein, and was iipl to be
ser n ! '
Tbe gentleman leaned forward for lu r Id
regain it, and ub she sought lnlil. lv, with
lingers nearly quivering, apite of her nU
most lieiee eiloit to keen Ibeiu firm, she
heard ft question, as others miulit have
donp, but whose two-fold meaning was for
tier, nml iinilcrslooii l.y tier only,
"What has made this breach V"
Xli looked nn tit him instinelivr Iv fur
tbo llrst time, and found bid cyns, lull and
earnest, steadily on lu r.
"Ask yoiirse.ll, sir. ".
"I have done so nih il, nnd there, bi no re.
ply iu inc."
"Th ii your mind fails to include a con
versation boii.p time no ut Mih. Alaybew s,
with her sun."
lie scAiixd in surprised reflection.
"1 curLi'uly rcnuinbir a talk with voiiiil'
Mayhew; but where iu anvtbiiig then said
ntlcUKC to you eau lio I dei lare 1 do not
"Von do not ace, I prenumn" nnd her
vob u wns full of indignant iiaiu "bow n
lady can bear berm.ll adindL-ed forward
nnd iiuuniidetily; nay, ibhirous ot f..n:ing
in r se il upon a man, nml yet b el no dis
pleasure?" i , .
ve can believe tho yamwiis u'ot m afino
tingle by tbia time, albeit 5tis Creew,
gbiuoiiig that way just then, wondered, iu
an undertone to l)r. Akerly, w ho w iis olli
ciating tis her holder, bow roiiio fnlka
could contrive to snarl nnd fool over yarn
iu Mich, a purblind way: whereat tlio
worthy doctor, who, by dint of holding thu
Hliuiu cloe to bis nose, bad not sbpiicd a
thread, nrondlv braced not h iu vnrn mwl
watched it till big elderly eyes und arms
must have achud.
Slennwhilo l'liil. r.lcnrpn's momorv bad
mu swiftly back, and was Bbarnlv review.
iu ovey word or that long-forgotten die,
loguo. i'ben be looked mentally arouud
the parlor, whose festive gnrlnndRbud bebu
mrea niontha Uuiui suw hyivin ut chtag
with tho doctor, and beard himself warding
off tbe green young collegian's necuaation
aa rewarded himself and that shallow littlu
flirt, Euphrasia Lance 1
I'-nrekal He didn't aav the word, but j
loujf before tho yarn beguu to reol ofl
smoothly it would have told two young
folks' mental state thoroughly. ,
Two-thirds of tbo (jreat hkuin bad van
billed into the growing stihere sho held,
when, feuring to tiro him, Hho asked:
"Shall we not brmdt oil' Bow, uud throw
the rest aside ("
"Stop a minnto,- uid li, in a low,
quick voice; "tbe thromU buvu run double
almost from tiu tint. If you break oil' this
visible grey one I shall bike it the othnr il
snapped beyond repair; otherwise (oh,
happy chance !) it will run on goldeuly
through life, mid tube us both to wind it
side Ly side !"
Sho ilid not break tho thread; 'hut nfler
one quick look, wound nn and on until,
tiiiished, it slipped softly throni'li bin
Ami so Sylvia net out on bpr journey
home over Hie winter Julia, Th'.j moon
was up iu thn -Hky no l, f tbun In the
heart-, und it is wonderful that undor tbe
lliununr ol two luuoiiB tbe tree hbould
have turned lioui dead giuiiis to limps of
:.jIii, wbu b seemed toiicbeil by banda ol
fair spirits uh tbe wind Miire j willy in
their million boughs: nml tlie laud no
loueer prim, but lvuer wnti a mlin Minila
pure, vj lntu, uiiiblil. .!-, it w. re Nature's
mill, ilium pomn. I '
A floon Ti
lUVKI IMl (JoulMNMN Fillui.
liert going into Hie eomilry tor llm sumim r
Ciinnot wry well lako tbiui' regular ph,Hi-
eiiuis niniig wiui iiieiu, miii urn mten oh
llgcd to oVpeii.I ln Ifirti1i. nl altendaiipe nil
014 entire. sUiOigi rs, unlei s, llnleeil, tbey
are oeyonu eonveiiiein reaeii 01 any ,vi. j).
al nil. . . i njur sunn cncniuhf uncus, we
think ol 110 luoro viiluiibleiuiil reliable trav
eling companion than one of llm IjiiihImoiiii
and complete l iiituly Aluilicinn (.'at.ns put
up ny tun iiiinipnrnyH npcviuc jiomeoii.iUi
11) nledii inn C. 'J be eases uin fuiiilsbed
various stvleB, 1 more or leea Htpnnsivei
but nil contain ripecillu llnini i.iiOuc liein
I'dles for tho ordiiiary ullnieiits to wbieh it
family. Is wall iocs. ; .1 Tbeui Sjusiilb' km tlie
result of bng nnd patient study f)Hl . cx
peiinient;' aria piPpir'td with tho iilmrtht
care; have uon 0 tho lest of many years
ami irany sUibhoru cu, (iinjir iiwiud frd
appreciated not only by Jlomeopalbisls,
but by adhoronl of all tbo vniloiis schools
iuediniu1. , iVir cliU'lten ivipeciiilly, who
ho liabbi In uuiiiiutr to frequent slight
HtnusHeN, wttlfli' tnay ni famly at at. il If
treated iiromiiUy, ibuy Mt beyond a ber-
adver -lire, the most afci ptul. In, easily ud
ininiHtoreil, and reliable 1 medicines to be
fouiid. : .!,, , .,..(,-,.
-A big unake flfloon (net lonu, with n
bead as lurge a a man s two baiidn. is
prowling about Attica, liliuiu couuly.
DEATH OF AN AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER.
rawtatw ntnrt andllle AHventwret.
t pint. Umrlea Stnrl. one nf I ho .l,ol
rvtilorera nf tfie
Biilisoquetitly Colonial Si'eretnry. tor thofV
1'niTiuee oi nontn Australia, (lied at Che!,
tenlmm;-' Knglanrl. on the lTitli .f Julia,
('apt Stnrt made bis flrst journey Into the
interior of Anstrnlimn 12fl,then rtiseor
ering tho River Darling, 500 miles from
rSyfllieyr, li IStO, ho doseemled IUn; Not
rumbiilgee to the foint where its Waters
merged in a larger stream, tbe Murrnv.
TurBuing ita comae be ennio to tho conflu
ence of theDnrling with It, and flimlly to
its own discharge into a great lako wliieh
raceived tho nnmo of Alexandrina, . Rnzing
from ita southern shore upon the oeonn at
Knconnter liay. In 1811-43, under the
auppices of the government an nttcmpt
W(M rnarta to rats tha tall from thr m-sto.
rions central region of Australia. Caplnin
Stnrt was appointed to the command of ft
pnrty of seventeen assistants nnd follow
ers. Starlins from Adelaide, bis object
was to strike through the country from
sonlb to north, and tbongh bo did" not ae
poniplish hnlf ,tb dishtiico, during nn nlc
sencn of cigbteeu montlig. the iournpv
fbrew great light upon tho condition nf the
interior, and is one ot the moat remarka
ble ou rceord. '
Sturt advanced to within two degrees of
tbo Tmpio of Cnpricorn, but no rain falling
from July 17 to September 9, with anothpr
snmmer getting In, be deemed it necpssnry
to nctnni, and entered Adelaide Jannftry l'.i,
lNu. Stnrt auffured aeverely in bis expe
ditions, go nuiPh an that when be publisher!
bis book in lttKI lie w m almost blindi but
tho pnlstou of exploring cVea not
easily (leave a man who has onoo
felt its influence. After being ui
ployed for snjno ypnrs as a colonial
surveyor for South Australia (ruvs a Len
don paper), ho matured another plan
for an inland journpy-tbia timo towards
the very centre or tree rovTinent and set
tortli Ju the September of lull. Their bia
seldom licen a niore nnfortuunte qxdpiU
lion. The plan was good ; bis followers
no bus a man tlnu KIcDonnll Stnnrt nmong
them were cuiitiPiitly fit for the work;
and yet it resulted in misery' and failure. -
Aa it happened, the party bit upon the
Worst part of the whole land. Often a few
miles ont of their Course might have led
them into more fertile oouutrvj but, Ibo'
they Rpurcd uo toil and reared no danger,
souie inexplicable fatulily 'ic mrd to rliin k
their hones, , . i
5Ieu have Biuce followed much tlie nainp
plan, nnd it baa led them afn and Ronnd to
the (lull of ('arpetitnrin; but it was Shirt's
d.tinv to be a patlilluibT only, and not to
lonrnev over tlie ground when It was Bad
and easy of access, let oven us it wus, bis
discovery of Cooper's I '.reek since Various
ly known ns Victoria liiver. and as tin
lliireoobegiiu a in w era of Australian e
ploiiitioii, Iiki I, de for Stnrt to billow up hi.
own discoveries The liaidsbipM eueoim
lere.lw. ronoirii.il'. i lie l.m.l imrul up
around the travelers: (be scrub aiel brush
wood on the hills took tire: slid the acrid
siiinku rolled Inwards them, tlnoiigb tin
snllrv iilinosplieie, over Ibe arid
land. They came upon thn Stnnv Itew rt
-mi ocean of stone, willi huge boubb is
for its waves, nnd, fur iu Ihe horion. red
sandhillH looiiiiug liko a range if clitf
Ascciiiling one alter atio'hc.r of Ihese, hot
ing the scene would ehango.tbey saw again
the dark pitrplo of tbe desert, the nicnac
ing red of the dunes. Their cattle, before
they died of lliusl, shifted their feet ubout
us though seeking for a cool place on the
huining marl. When tho explorers, in
Pinup, tried In write, the ink dried in the
pen. They tried to puiut; tho olnra
caked nnd cracked.. Ihey .bad b did a
luifto chaniber underground to B.ivn their
lues. I'.veti then the sfs mill In eommuud,
Mr. I'oolo, kiuiU rapidly, nml died of n
Almost to tbo last, Stunrt.wboso netivify
wna iinb fatigabb, Imped on; but nt le;igtb
it is told of him that, with an almost broken
heart, "he sat more than nn hour on the
top ol tlm Band bill, with bis face buried iu
bis hands, evidently quite ernsbed by bis
niini uiBappniuiuicnu Ami vet bn tn
ftain. It wns lifter tins thnt he
round ( oopers Creek. Hut nt last,
for bare life bo must nerds turn
back, lie found 0110 nf bis depots only to
find it deserted. He was not stir
prisud only hick, onlysnrry, only stunned
and beaten. "A sickening feeling enmo
over nin,'" be snys, "when I found they
were really gone." Not on my own nc
count; for, with tho bitter feelings of dis
appointment with which I wns returning
borne, I could have calmly laid my bead
npnu the desert, never to raiso it again."
liy dud's great mercy, bisfi-iends bore bim
home. Ho reached Adekiido in xufetv
lint he was blind.
Not to tbe end of bis life did be ever
quite recover bis eyesight; mid this may
luivu helped to Intensity bis iinturally
modest and retiring disposition, llrv bad
so far outlived bis tamo that, oubsido bis
own little cirdo, most men fancied bim
dead. Tbo time has come at last for bis
deunrturo. Ho died comparatively tioor.
yet rich in tbo most procious part of wealth
in tne retrospect or a long life
most purely ana nobly pent. Tho
praises that might bavo gladdened
bis cars had be lived, most be
spoken above his tomb. Yet there is na
sbadowofloss, defeat orfuiluroinBOHimply
and serenely beautiful a career. His' work
liven alter bim. as one who revealed to man
fresh tracts of bis domain. On tbe steps ol
the lonely explorer, Iheomigrant wagon and
me railway have lollowcd. rtie wilderness
through which be pushed bis solitary way is
whito w ith sheep. Hi name will live w ith
the purest in our story, standing not nn-
woruniy Dcsme ttioso ot Cook, l'crry, and
Franklin men as gentle ns tbnv were
strong, as loving as tbey were hrave,
A BOY HORSEMAN.
Extraordinary Feat of a Juvenile Circus
courier- Journal &ih.
Ou the occasion of the oneuiin of (!. V.
N'oycs' Crescent City circus, vesterdav.
siiiiie wntulorlul eipaestriau twits were exe
cuted. The riding of the bov wonder.
Muster Wood Cook, dr jw eiithnsiaslie ap
plaMW from tlio vast audience win, 1.
sniped with their presence tbo spacious pn-
viiinii on ion corner or naiiii ana Walnut
StrtxH.s. . Tbe .Bpleiidid boiue which be
rnibi is of a beautiful crcaui or dun color.
with silver-colored mane and tail, and is a
tiintuiu of symmetry and ,. tictiou., , Master
Wooda (w ho, by the way bis iifinroveilmnwt
woiKKirlnlly inneo Ins lost appearituce hefe)
iii'imi Dautereil hy tjiu pioprntor, Jlr. C.
W. NoycH, as to the number of somersaults
he could tm n iiinii liorMlinck.vi'i'y sumpt
l.v replied that lie was callable, of turning
t" iu sheeeshion. Mr. Noyes ifiinicibateiy
nit: "Woods, if you will throw 20 const a.
utivt souisruaults,! will juko yon u pieneut
of IIil hui'io, pud, nud briillu with which
voti do your nut."- ,lt soon bccnuia noted
lln'oligh the nudieiicetbst the trial was oie
of gn at iuis.i taiice to the yoiilhfid a.ptraht'
for Menu honon.aud many beurts Is 11 1 with
i.nvii.ty for the learful feut. On lining iu
Uoditcid mlo the ring, and jierfoi Tiling a
iiuuiber of wry dillicult and beautiful acts
of horsemanship, he threw nsida, Uia whip
and prepared biinsoll'. for tbo r-lmnfjiinn
ti-ial. 1 JIis smiling liu.ewoa tlielmbutiuu
ol all, and hu at ouuu eulisted the sym
pathy cf the audience for bis success. V11
lil bo completed ' bis tmitb somersault the
crowd iniimiiu d ipiiet, but when 11, lfi, 11',,
and 17 wero called, thn mint intaiiHn inter
est M'aM luanllMio J, and wbim b biul ac
Ooliiplisbed bis '.fotli BouieiSiiiilt, tlio np
plaiisWnspeifi'ftlly tbufonlng. Ifu heracx
euuteil a bit, W'bioli ntl, oilier boy or lunu
livjnjj bns 'ever performed oil horseback,
liniiiediately lifter bis gnsit eliiimpion aet,
without h aving the back of his steed, wbieh
bo bad fairly won, he successfully aceoin-
p';sbc4 the perilous 'lhU ilillbmlt not of
iiirmug; uvu DHeswnrq nacKiKoinerHauiis,
making 3D in all, tbe largest number known
to have Is-on throwuliy any iirson In the
world. Tboborso anileijpmniils ate vul
ted at '2,bO0, u very fiuo day's' work for a
boy. Mr. Noves states Ihlvt bo will wngur
lWX) to Triiw that Master Wooilu is the
ehiiuiplou -horseback sonieisuuUer iu tbo
world.' " ' ' i ' ' 1 . . .;
'Ut. Kane's fife bout, which l.a usod lo
tlie A relic regions, is in Fail mount l'ail,
l'billclpbla, ttt is raiticliy ryttiujj. ...
OHIO DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Gen. Rosecrans Nominated for Governor
('ni.rMiitta, Ohio, July 7 TlioDemoc'ftt
lo Slato Convent mn mot nt two p. m., and
orgauiieib,wilh Hon. 1'. . Yuu Trump ius
president General V. H. linsecriiiis was
nominated fr (lover nor on the 2d ballot
Tba oliior nnminntious are: T. il. oiHroy,
of Sleicer, Ijieutnnaiit (lovemor; W. il.
(lilmore, of I'reble. Siinreino Judi!P:Slc-
1'hpu lluhorcr, of C'levelnnd, State Trea
surer; Colonol J. M. Cpnnell, of Fairfield,
Attorney Oeneral; Hen Clmrcbill, of IIniu
UtO", JViaftl rtf I ,ibll! Wofkiu Ml;
The Stafo F.xecntive Comuiittec'localed
at tbo capital, nre as follows: Allen O.
Xhuruinn, Jacob lieiubait Geo. IV. Aleck-
cr nud lb V. L, Barker.
7iVnWe.I. Tbst Uioclnhneof linAilbnlilera.
Iht the bonds which Were boinrlit with
araenbaeks, and the principlo nt which is li
lsw psynhlo in cnircncr, siuxild neverthelps's
no pnul in gold. Is lno'ind nnd extortionnhle,
and if pi rsl, 4 n wn i,t tit,il,T fnreo lipou
the people Hid qoi.sti.ni of ropndiafion. . ' ,
J!rt!r'lf 'j'hal wo denoiinco tho high protective
tariff which WfS duslRnrtl only in the
Interesl of Dm tfvw Knirlsnil maunfaeturers;
thnt said tar I IT Is site. Iirllsenoriilniis Hinn.
sit inns on anil,. siu:i', lea, eetlee aiukiitei'R
miies, iiiieiitlurslilv oppressive, especially
upon tho peoplo of tho Went; ami that wb
favor tlio substitution of another one, liaseil
sport revetirtn tirtni'ii.leR Klomi. nunn llm
olnepBt iiassiblo atiiiroxiaiation to absolute
tree Irs. In.
iVno'-cii, That thoTtpinncralio pnrtv of the
Fluted Hl.-itim la ih,-v hfin iirnn'ilnenlU
Inenillv to the richts Mill llil. rrl .,r ll. r.
ponng man: thnt thoy sretn favor of a limited
number or bnnrs in all maiinlncluring work
simps' hours dictated by tlie physical aud
menial well-lsaiiH of the Inlinrer; that tbev
favnr the most Ills rnllawsin regard to house",
held nml hniiicHtcBil eTpiiiiti.i'ufriiins(ile nnd
exeeulioii: tlit they are aisniti favor of lihcr-
1 grants ! jsmi rrom llm pnlilio d:.mnta lo
tile denial seiner, witnout any cost, nnd thnt
lliey arc opposed to the praMing of them to
swindling rutlrovl cirpiirationB and Hint
lin y aro gnu rally friendly to, Fvitem ot
nn satire advocated liy Ihe l.slior and Imlu-t-rml
tkinre, ami we plwdgs Ilia iloiiMHitalis
parly, if restored to poncr, to exercise its
iiitliunoe in giving thru practical Applica
(iWrnF. That Ihe attspks of Ciovernors
Hayes and I.cn lipou the doings of the late
tieiieral Assembly are Isl-n in fact, mnlicioiis
in sf iril, 1. ml unworthy of men occupying so
eif-vuteil 1 imi! ions.
, Vb-snlrcf, '1'hal Ihalnf6 rtenernl AsBpiubly
were called upon to inako Ihi'ka appmprla
buls to rebuild tlie bnrm d limatin aayluis,
to pioMiln u reform suhool for , uii l, vini
stt act n new blind ssyhiiu, to liial.n niipry
pristiruis In par over tsiy nin of a Jiiilgnu nt
obtained in Hie Stiprcliii) Ciilil'l ot the statf
hi lavor i f tlie I.ile Inaiiraiicnsiiil T rm.1 Com
p'niy, ninl I.. ine t a ih tleieuey of over "Hi,
linoof tin piece. bug l ublie'uii I.i Ki.-I.unri ,
all of whl. li. tm.'cthi -r nitli Hie evlru coiujieji
saiioii p.ii.l to inciiibers utnler n law paint ,1
by a repiil.lli nn LeMslnture, were provided
tor without .in lllcl'i-iltMt oltbe Btltle li: v, hllil
tin- appiopihil ions 111 llm a-fii uiii 1 are Ii
lis Hun Hi" preeeilllig 1 1-1 '1 1. 1 n a 1 .-.lia-liire,
wub. ml iibMrnetinu' snoiMHt f,,,,,. n.,
ii liel-fiiild lor iniiitiinil mid I n-1 1 I. il Bolilieis
(iri'l llieir tiiiniiies.
JltfJi'i'l, ili.il we hen hv ) . 1 111 11 1. 111
Hun. Its to tin. 1 ilty-eighlli (ieneral Asiein
l.lv for tin ir eponnniiciii expenditure 111 the
n.linitii.itrntioii ol the state government end
nn Hie iKinl hi Hie ti units m the un ction
of the sliile linllililigs, wU ivby ihe in uple
wcru ewihilleil nut ol half n mibinii dnllins bv
the ncirtnr. nee nml ilishonesl v nf inniMinn.
ciidired, 'Hint it is the richt of 1 arh lnle
lo lieel.ln inl Ksell Wlwi slulll liossess Ibe
rncilic limn lino WUI1II1 II: mat I lie all. mi, I
to remila'c BiiU'rncn ill OI1I0 nv nu-nns or 11.,.
Sll-Plllleil lllleelitheousfltntlilllal niiii.iii1iiii.iil
snhviTsive ot tho principles of the Federal
'(.Weill, Thai IbPliflliev Slid h irUntinn ,,f
inn rn'iieni l.iiriv iiireeny leml In ilentrov nil
the reserved rights of (lie states, and convert
tho republic Into a eonsi,i,lHt(il ileBpotiBin;
Hint whether such (leHiioliam lie exercieil l.v
an Finperor, a President or a C'nngress, Ibo
result woiil.l he fatal lolifieitv and ii.n.l ui.v.
eniniPiif; thnt Cousiiliihition hi this counlrv
uipsns the alisolute dominion of ni(iiii,i,l'
and nggreiiate ciipilnl over tho lives, the
liberty ami the propel ly of tho toilinir mssses.
j'i W rul. That wo (leiumiif-n tin, ,.ii,.,...i
banking system ns ono of llm wiist outrages
nu the bonded debt hich unnecessarily in-pn-sspslho
burdens of Ibo peoplo .Ki.(KI,
UiKt annually; Hut wo demand Its iiumedtato
.'isncpf?, Thnt Hie trial and sentence to
ilpsth, l.y a military commission, nf a pit iyen
of Texas, not iu Hid military or naval service,
alien the civil courts were in the itnobatrnnU
cl exercisoof llieir I unctions iu Hip HtiUe and
in ths time of profound pence, and tho nn
proval of that sentenro bv President Grant
are violations of Ihe most eaered rights of
1111er1c.n1 ciii.eiiH, Kuin aiiii en nv their con
stilutions, state and federul, and deserve aud
sliould reeclvo the severest eondeiniiiition of
every lover of liberty and Conatitutignal cov
einmont. JivH'tlitd. That Hie iinmr.roiiM tmlti.i.iA a,i
bighliandcdui.urpationsof the party iu pow
er, their ninny politics and privnto acts of
tyranny, trampling under foot tho civil law
and Kuarantifis of Hie (kuistitntlrin, theircon
tending to deprive several states of repre
sentation in Congress, and to govern ;ud
states by mcro military rule, show iheju to bo
the party of despotism, and unworthy tho
confidence and support of a free iinnpln.
JtrAdUtJ, That wo extend the right hand of
fclluwhhip and rccogmzo as brethren iu a
commou causo all conservative men not
herotofhro demoorata, who will untto with us
In reseuiiur our covernmpnt from ii.nm,.
worth bands into which it has fulicn, and we
pa-iiKu mo uiiueii auu ooruial support of the
two bundrcil and fifty thousand deuiocrata in
Ohio, whom wo represent, to tho ticket nom
inated by this convention and presented by
us to the suffrage of tho people of Ohio.
this evening by electing John (i. Thomp
son cbairninn, Geo. V. Kcukor uniniinrn
and Jacob Keinluu t treusurer,
Grant and the Virginia Election.
is crrntifieil n-iil.
the results of bis meddling in the Virginia
election. Iu dealing with the Virciiiiacam-
aign, be bus ourudl these, even slnmbl
tlio ra lical ticket have triumphed. There
is not a rospocUbln republican newspaper
in the country which has not condemned
the policy of tho disfranchisement of tho
white men in Virginia which would have
followed the adoption ,,f t),9 clauses cf n,0
constitution which were separately submit
ted. They have condemned it i.s being so
grossly niijiu t und so pluiuly originating in
partisanship and but rml as to bu indecent.
Some of llieni have ebaracteii.eil it as
"Bi'auihlloilS'" As a .matter of imrte nnliev.
nside from all consul -''"lions of right, thev
have said that the committal of the parly to
hut puliey would destroy it.
.So lar as the l'resirteiit can commit the
parly to if, ho bus (bum ho. He has du
cbired for Wells in Virginia, and for Stokes
in Tennessee. Ho knew tbey were both
lb mngiiiu s and bail uiuu. He kuuw the
of Wells would oonliiiue the l.nv
lessiiess, und uriiiio provaleiit in Virginia,
and bv knows the election nf Stokes will
produce bke rei.ultu in Tennessee. Iln in
vokes peace, and euiplnys all thn iulliien. 0
iifbis'udiiiiuistralioii In sustain nice, nnd
measures wbieh his own parly puss tells
him will prolong tho'miHi'tilt) and anarchy
which have reigned ill' flifl southern slates
sitipft Hip close of tbe war. Undoes this nt
tho bidding nf tbo f ivrilan element in hit,
cabinet, uud u.juinst tho protest of uu ovi.i
whebiiinu inajorlty iu tbo party which fclco
tml him, ,
,11 it were policy for bim lo forfeit bis
word, toejjij treacbuiniiBly witbboiiiu t men
who have confided iu bis honor nml Iosuh
lutu a "bi'iiuihilnim" proscription of bis own
countrymen, men could easily nuili'Maud
Ids iii-lioii bi meddling In Ihe Virginia nnd
Tennessee elections. Tboso ' who know
bim best do not expect bim to be controlled
by regard for truth and right I! he en 11 bain
iinyTiiing by 'disregarding ' them. In tlie
support lie has givou tho railicnlsin Virgin
bk, bn bus ucted (riiiuibexsisly to support
deuiiigogiins nud wiidied aud miscbiovous
uiuasuies, when bis pwHiutulvslsiuuUliose
of his pnrty would have beeu proumUid bv
r,.i. ,i....i:..,. .:...i .i -.. ....1 3
..... uvuuujj wuu feuaiii ior mu jiiiunc uiier
est. , "
. Not many veivrs aoo. the Timos uresiii4ln 1
a proof that Orunt at tbo close of tbe- ses
sion of congress last spring, 1 assured tho
cons rvativos of Virginia of bis sympathy
mm nin, it is unnecessary nere 10 repro
duco that proof. His ulnar and conclusive.
it in or a character which loaves "no rea
sons Is doubt" that the uasuruuoo was
givou. Wanj crimiuu lias oNvupad pm-
aliment when Ibo jnry was well convinced
01 bis guilt ueeauao of the specious plead
ings of lnwyers' concerning "rensonable
doubts," and ralsreproBephition of evidence
calculated to tnggeBt such doubts, bu
titer o enn be. no hesitation aa to a verdict
in thin onio. ' The evidence convicting
Omnt of tjlio dishonor nud perfidy bereiV
chnrgml tenvea nl rooM for doubt -It
is both circumstantial nnd ilirepb
ft t PTmststerit." The towimoiry' ys) tnne
betrayed corroborates the proof be hna fnr-nl-heilpyer
liij 'rwn sigiintiirrv lit In ran.
vinclng. ' The tpslimonyof Frosnlniif Jolin
son and bis cabinet, convicting Orant of
shameful deceit and Inlsebood, and of win
ning confidence that he might betrny it for
ft guilty purpose, was no more patent In
couipi Uuih cpuvictiou of bis cuilt than thnt
bmnding Lira him iis "incnn, mpndncinus,
and treacherous" in dealing with the Vir
Hpforo HIS frnprK)rtTS "Bf tempt) to crm
domn th's censure as too suvore, let them
do awny with tho fncts on Which it rests.
A SILENT COMMENCEMENT.
Peculiar Exercise The Orators of
the Washington Deaf Mute College.
Correspondence Boston Advertiser.
Anything bo iniiressiy as f ht church cx-
croiaeB 1 havo rnri ly seen. These young
mcai wcro more crnccmi thlin any oth
collcgo boys of my ncquninlnnce. Ilands
nnd arms nro h imisaneo to n yonng innn
when in publio or society ; be enn get along
with bis feet, bnl ho never .knows what to
do with his hands- they rirc always in bin
wny ; be is euro they nr-tlg'and rough .put
ling them into glove mcreix aggravates
ninl (era; if he wants to duacribo a circular
sweep.be only accomplished an li rcgtilnr
tniii;le; If ho umlcrtnkea ta gesticulate
from the shoulder, he gels nervous' at ncv
init bis band beforo bis bice, nnd nt Hud
inoj bis fiugprs sprawlinR nbottt in unkind
disorder. Hut theso gentlemen bad none
or llieso trouiiies; there was no dead or
foreign matter about them: Uiey spoko with
finders nnd bafids and arms and faces and
eyes nud bodies; It wns yon, the spectator,
who was deaf nud oouliluutiimr,dumbuuil
could not answer. In tbo gallery Rat two
or three scon s of litllo boys anil girls,
fniln tho preparatory Heboid,' lo lie sure,
but wiser than you in this universal lan
gnago. Yon could not speak with the
I'l.'niilniit fnini your sent near thn platform
yet wbilo the onitiou wns deliveri11g.1I saw
him frequently ajicak with tenobeis and
students one hundred fet awuyi It' you
wanted to give ouo ol' thuyoutig men a lio
qnet, you could do no more than send Hup
with your umue 011 n card. When bright
Mrs. flallaiiib t'S boqticl wns delivered And
Hi. .recipient looked toward her Heat, she
brifniiht her gloved baud into sight and
kindled a near Ugbt in Die bid's oven,: with
words of womanly praise which vou and 1
could uol hear.
When tlio inline of Iho orator as culled
or aunoiiuced, be rn.-e, bowed lo the Fresi-
ib iif, us is eiisfoniary, stepped tn the frotil
of tlio platform, nud delivered bis orufion
in Hie sign bingnnge- sppnkliig with siteb
Luce nnd eh "jaiici) nnd inbniiition, that,
ib at as you were tn Ins words, yon cnubl
hardly help hearing many Ideas. For
your particular benefit, however, IVo
fessor I'ratt (.tm nl nt bis left
nud rear, und read Ibo pages
that be spoke. Ho interpreted bir
two tliinls o tbo audience, what tliu ornlor
said lo the other third rending ranter or
slower ns tho ornlor argued bis proposi
tions or glowed in bis fervor. In spiln of
myself, 1 found that I was trying to hour
both the readur nnd tho speaker bearing
one wilh Iho ear 111 ul tlie other with thu
eyu. Heforo (he day was river I progressed
so far in my involuntary study that 1 could
tieoiiently catch tho diif't nf what was
spoken to tbo eye, boforo I hoard what was
spoken to tlie ear. Do yon remember lien
Johnson's . ' ',
"It Is nut growing like a free, '
In luilk, ilnth nuke man better ho;"
nndliavoj-on thoru;tal Hint yon nnderstood
lis fall foivo? Jvaughl a new im. 1101,(5 in
tbo lino words when I saw them spoken so
oinqiicuuy ny iiniciiKlsa,
tlio most thrilling moment nt tho day
Cftino nt tlin close' of tho -valodictory. I Jt
was imprcssivn to' see l'rnf. Fny Hbind nnd
repeat tho words nf Mr. Kendall nnd Dr.
Sunderland, and (ien. Howard and Dr.
Sampson, for tbo benefit of tlio craditntes
nnd stndentH good to see tbe glow on their
laces and tbo luluHignnce in their evos at
tho roundpil and feollng iierlnds of tho
speakers; but tho fluid scene thrilled 1110
with an emotion almost to tears. Whether it
was or was not done ley design, is more
than I know; but tbo fact is that Professor
l'rattroftd tlie valedictory very rapidlr.nnd
finished it a counlo of moments beforo' thfl
valedictorian did. When bo bad conclud
ed be turned tbo last leaf of tho manu
script nnd silentjy stepjicd back to bis
scat. Hotebkiss stood nlono, tender nnd
emotional evon in his altitude;. Rwoi.tovcr
by tbo feeling that must coma to all w hen
tho last word Is said; glancing out upon
the new life,' bis spiiit leaping within
him to be gone iu among tbe- throngs
of men, bis eye and heart full of the
sweotcst memories given to young men; the
final "farewell" pressing for ntteniuce, nnd
the bund holding it back with kuowlodgo
that its vnuueiution opens tbe door upon un
tried scenes tbe young mnn's body so
alive with tbe burden of tbe moment that
it seems ns if bis tongue must catch its
office and lend its snd but hopeful melody
to the occasion; turning the hist, "good
bye" gracefully and feelingly in the bushed
atmosphere, bowing low to bis fellows nud
touchers, pausing un instant on bis feet to
check the tido of emotion before bo took
bis seat. Then tbe wbolo bouse broko out
iuto electric applause.
FRENCH SOCKS. A Well-Known Citizen Fatally Poisoned
by Wearing Scarlet Stockings.
From the Chicago Tribune, 8th.
A' RlraiiGe caso of tbrentoned fatality.
arising from a most peculiar cause, has jnst
been tlevclopeil 111 tins city. Ou tlib Uilh
of June luht (St. John's Day), Mr. Alex.
Hiinglcy, a well known grocer of tlin North
Division, joined an excursion of tbo French
Swietyof St. Jean do llaplisto, to Hour-
bonnuiso Orovn, uear Kanlcakeo. He wora
on Unit. occasion a pair (if what am kmnru
ns frelleh Bocks, composed of line
thread 111alnii.1l, with liricht scarlet
bulUiiil, Which bu wife bad purchased at
a leading dry goods store. At the close
I tfie plPiiic, and 011 his return toChieneo.
Mr. Haiigh y complained of severe pniu iu
hi 1 feet, ninl oil tho following morning Wus
unable i(i atleiul to bis business iu couse.
qui lice nf llieir painfully swiillcuuoiulitioti.
l iiim that timo I01U1 thu btriuiKn dlbordor
increased rapidly, extending, in white blis
ters, over nearly tbe entire body of tbo
snlli.rer. Drs, lletirotin nnd Fisher were
siiiiuiioiind,' und were at first of thn opinion
that tho caso wns one of erysipelas, but
win,) sis. 11 compelled, by the symptoms, In
uliiindun this diagnosis. Thu physicians
Wuni completely at loss '(o account fnl1 the
peculiar manifestations of ' thn disease,
wlpni unquestionably indicate that a dead
ly lsiiou .had boeu infused into thn sys
tem through tho medium of thu blood.
After several cousulbitious bad been bud,
thu . . doctors , iiiuhlejibilly jjearnud.
of i tbo . Heal lot-footed,,' Frmieh, ., sisks
wniii by Air. bnugley on rib- Johns
Day,. A miiiuto examination of the socks
developed Ihe hint that iu tbe bright rial
coloring inniinr wns oonbiiuoil a pi ineiplo
of lunitu poison, tho absorption of which
into the sensitive sole of the fool bad beeu
added by abundant pcispirniiou, until it
bud biken eouipleto pussessiuu of tlio sys
tem, Subsequent to nriiviiiij ut tho cause
every effort was made to ell'net t remedy,
but without success. M r. 1 langley's condi
tion has continued to grow worse day hy
day, until, ou yesterday, bu was advised to
make bis will, as be bad but a short time
to live. Ho stands thli (lingular poisoning
pftso nt; present. 1 It is stated that other
cases o! tho kind havo arisen from tbo
sninn cause, though not nearly so severe.
Tho practice of wearing; this style of aock
is said to prevail quit extcnsivclv among
gentlemen, and if, as the caso of Mr. Hang
ley seems to unmisUikably iudicuto, -Uiey
oontain those dangerous elements, the fuel
cannot be too widiily diwiuianWd through
out tbo community,,. . ,
FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
fiJjo-.vrNa I iiiijjs Mom: TnA (Inok. The
coiuplaint bicbt wns mnil ngninst the
Ametionn hay Hint was scut in Kngland
1,1st year Wis thnt ft Was toTtt'biitw an ob
jection that wn think not a few have no
ticed nn This RhlAnr llln AflanfW. fdicii
bay mnv nlvc a lar,Tfl yield to the nere, but
ibuj Ifn? il JiiJ vy' lio cofen by stock,
and much nf what is calon, will never be
digested. 1 hero is another dilllpully con
Hooted with our present method of cutting
grass niter tho stalk has attained Ifs til 1 1
size and bns put forth blossoms or has ma
tured its seeds. DiiIpbs Bneh stalks pan re
mnin until desipention commences it Is in
jurious to tbe roots to cut them. Thnt it
ts not injurious to tho roofs to clip the
Mingo of grnst before thn stalk Mioot np
any considerable distanco appears ,to l.v
pnvrn Iry 'piStora, Here V'", prans Is
clipped trtnrty fillies' diiring IhoneAsi.n.'nr J
still fhn vitnlity of tbo rnols docs not np
pear to bo injured In the b ast.
Most farmers havo noticiTI thnt grass
hinds will run ont quicker when Jliey ore
mowfil, thnn when pasture, 1. nnd that it
requires more power to break pa inrc turf,
than, that in a field ffliathas IsWn cut w ith
a Rcytbn, an cqnal lib mber of years, Tho
ofte Her lawns nro cut, tbe finer the 6rs
bccolnes, and tbo firmer the turf. Orass
in a lawn thai is mqwu every week or two,
is not half so likely to winter kill, as that
in a field that is only cut once Iu A Beasmi.
A team thnt will drnw a plow through a
field thnt bns been, bi ts'aiptJ.y bay Hvo or
six years, with as nrtiel! nsr. as tlnTufgb i
flrbl of wheat plillil.le, would bo "alnlled"
if takeu into a lawn or pasture of the same
Niilnro, in providuig grnss na tbo food
for doinesticniiiinftls', seemed to bavo de
signed it for frcqneiit clipping. Can wo
not .therefore, make our hay of better ipial
llyi and at tho same timo give greater per
manence trt tho crop, by ciiltini the ernss
ofteiier than we do? We kaovr there would
bo more work attending such n practice,
than in having liny cutting come but once
a ycai'i but wo do not think the iucrwaso of
Inhnr would I d as breat ud it would nt first
thought appear to be, We should be in no
danger of bulged rihsb, nnd the trouble of
curing tho bay would bo greatly lessened,
as little apruuiliug -would b, required. v.lt
might ba necessary, alsn, to exercise more
care in fhe nppilnatioh nf tiiiuniro in the
solid or liquid liiiflC to flel.bi that nre to be
mown more Hum once; but in this case, ns
in all others where manure Is nimlieil. the
additional yield will more than coinpenwiU)
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nn WH: IIIHIUJ, ,l.l. 1 S ' . -
St.uii.kb is St'.WMi'R. A cnrresiiondeiit
of the Journal ol AKiienlturn sayh: With
luosl InrineiH conwideralile pubis is biken lo
make slables Warm and cninfortalilo for
slock ill w inter, and this is as it should lie.
l.ul luero is nniilhcr ninlt'.r connected with
stable liiiuiti.(eiociit, Iully ennui in iffiiwit-
ais i, which is very- sadly mull ets. I. and
that is free venlilal n.n in milliliter. Very
iiiaity Kliilib s niion latins and in villiiucs.
are built of brick, or elapboarded if maiie
nf wood, without, window ami thruuiib
Ihe Htillry nights nf summer, horses, und
ollen cows, nre kept conl'mcil lu re, breath.
nig ine air cniiiauiinaiPil nv tlie mumoiii.i
which arises from their own tilth, and tl
effeot ol this is loss nf nppelite.-iiisenso of
iue iiingH ami a ueejine 01 strength. . . 'i
one half the Injury will nut nrisn liom
keoping a horse iu a cold stable during
winter, that will enine from closo cnuliiie.
iiiimt in Hntimiiff, ' I'nf animals Were t!ivcri'a
ml in lo shield tho n from cold, but no
shield is given to avert fhe serious etl'eels nf
inhaling tor honso nt a time a poisoned at
noino means annum no devised to mvo a
frcocirciilation of airOirongli tbo HfabU lf
it has to be ihuio liy leiivinu Ibe barn donM
open; nnd tbe stalls sbould be kent clean
and sweet by the use of saw-Oust, straw, or
nryi'urtu. olo not tipproyo ot using;
iimo, nsiuiB, or iinyiiiing 01 uio kind aH a
purifier, lor it is injurious tn tho hair and
skin or tho animal. r M ,
When horses aro nia.Ta to utand nnon
plank floor tho stubleisllbclytobecdmo very
iiiueii more impure 1 null under ntlier circum
stances, fur tho liquids will run through
and forma pool beneath, which will contin
ually send npa noxious Mot as stroBg'ri's
hartsbortu To nvurt thbJ. fill tlio Cavity
below the lloor with sods or loam, and clean
the Horns out two or Hi roe limes ilnriis tho
Reason. Thus a largo amount of the very
best of uuinuro may bo gained, and tbo
comfort of the animals kept In tho burn pro-
Tbo imporlanco of cleansing tho Bbiblo
noor oiieu. cannot ho too earnestly nrged,
or iu noi wcainer 1110 collisrUnlni In re nre
alive with mnggots iu a few days if left un
disturbed, as J this is a positive proof of its
nulu altiiliipss find impurity. ' When' the
horse is not in uso, tho stall should be rcn-
ovated morning and uveuiirg. f ! 1 1
KliF.i.p aftfti SiiEAniNO. After a sheep
has lost its fleece, the skin of tho nuiinal
becomes very Rensalive to tho beat of tho
sun, or tbo cbtll ofi a cold storm.: To be
convniced or tins, and tbo" iniportaneo of
malting some extra exort 1011 for the comfoit
01 tho nnimals, it Is only necessary to visit
the Held wbero tbe flock is kept, yhcu tbe
day is hot or immoderately cold, and wit-
ness tbe discomfort manifested. - lu cither
cbho tho sheep will be found seeking she!
ter, jianlinpor tibivojiug, nnd pf course
sulleijug severebv. , ) '. . ! i ' '
l'robnbly tho ' moU cconomicnl Vnodo of
protecting thetloek Is to turn them Iuto the
woods, or into a field, a part ol which, is
covered with forest trees. Here, in n hot
day thoy are shielded from tho sun, and in
cold Htorin get a-mo protection. It is
hotter, however, when n cold storm ap
proaches, to drive the flock up, and keep
tliein lu tho bam until tbo weather is suit
able for them to go out again.
. Jt will by rciueuiborod ibid but a few
years ago, tluMisnnds of sheep were killed
in Northern Ohio, by a cold storm some
time iu June. Farmers at that Jimu who
were thoughtful tnongh to etna An? their
flocks, snved them, uud the lesson learned
tin u should be remembered. . It is not fre
quent that wo have summer storms severe
enough to kill sheep nutrigld.'uiiless, per
haps, it bo a few old I'p' hers,'' yet that in
no urguuiciil agaitist giving theiu lp",1eov
tioii, lor when nu uniinnl sutlers from any
cause, Jt deebucs m UebU.luid blreiigtU.
At this seasou it is particularly impor
tant tlnd; eWeSVilb biinliM I given all the
advantage possilile,' fur they have two live
to support, and the draft upon their sys
tems is heavy enough, without beine' sub.
JeeU'd lo uuduruiic.es, vihicb luighi, with
cure, bo averted.--Ohin t'umrr.
JIoiis want Huu'liuit. Whether bogs re
quire siiljihar us an ei.-.enli.d In their
health; eswlufber it it; nought liV4hiu. uh-
eoiidiinenl, may not bo kmiwii Jnr eer-
niniiy, J.ut one Ibin;; is sure, they de
vour it with ived whenever it is in be
fnund. il ia lot- thin purposo,-prolmbly;
1 int thoy cut large quantities ol soft imul,
whu'h contains a largo amount of sulphur.
Perhaps this is tbo most ccounmieul luelb
od Of supplying hogs with sulphur during
tbe winter, when Uify reipuro a good deal
ol enrboii, lliifrJu thn summer, Ji is Ii -ttilrj
to lDPd it to tbeui in substiuices w bieh eon
tliin less curbon, 011 account id', tbeur pror.
diioing less beat Musbud.bi ono of Ibo
best lliingrf fi,r this pin-pose; hiUl On thnt
account si .1110 nf it Hbould bo sown iu every
pnsliire into wbieh bogs nm l tinned.! Al'
bogs nre kept up, or aro in small yards, it
is well to supply them with tbe wild 11111
bird that grows in tbe fields or highways,
or to cultivate some 0f tho biitter varielies
lor them. They will eat its leaves, flowers,
seeds and stiilks. I f ,1. I ) ' l' .11
An ex(ijiirJvc miuiiif fiyVjl if i ba e
tablishsd nt Niles. Mich.. forHm liiiiiiiifao.
tu re of entierf by iw process, Inr -wbiulu
b .nii ni nas peeu ouupueiL . riwonitf w ll
lis pindo equal to tlio' Damascus blades.
Tbey 'ran be bent so that tho point will
meet the hilt and spring back again upon
lining- released; An Ordinary pocket' knife
blade, hardened by tbe new method, will
cut glass ovon better tbun a diamond, and
will alsc out into iron or ordinary steel
without Injury to Urn vdgO of tbo liiiilu
- ;' .
Much in Little.
2.10,(100 Rocbitors witnoRHed the pub
lic display of fireworks in Cincinnati on the
-There wcio 4ril dpalln in OhleaRO dur
ing the month of Jnne,andt,445 nuisances
aUlwU , , ,
On Monday seven men were swept into
the water by tho ntmctling of a yaehtnear,
New Hedford, Mass, nnd were dnmned. '
The Daniel WcWslef flirni' nli'd home,
stead in Franklin. N. II., were sold to Mr.
Hnrtwell, of Providence, It. I., Friday, for
Lenawee county Mich., witKairioputa-r
liou of nbont f.0,0(Ki, one fifth of Whom We"
iubiibitntiU of Adrian, bas not a single 00
pnnt 111 its jail. 0
A widow in Sullivan. N. Y.. hnshrn.l.f
rVlIliam Wheeler, aged twelve years,
was killed nn Monday by tho bursting of a
caunop at West fttnrkbridge, Mass., while
a Wilid. wns boing (led d
r-Tbe balloon ."Monnrcli bf the Air,"
Which iiBCPitdodTinni lloston Common on
Monday, landed ,ftt Lakoville. forty miles
distant, two hoiirs allef atm-ting.
. IJisdon. tlio alleged last survivor of
Powell's expedition, rwjas lodged , in. iluy
Sinmgflebl, lown- jr, Satnrduy ulght, 5
charged with stealing ahorse noar Lincoln,
I.cliha .Tneksnii, one or James Fisk'a
ballet pills, bas sued bim for $5,000, for
damages sustained ill falling through the
stage at tbo Academy of Music, on May
lUUu . A. l I c 1 - ,,,
Hon. .lamps Savage, a doscandnnlj ,
from tho famous Anne Hutebliiann ! in.
oldest person living who delivered a 4tb of
,iniy onitiiin Deloro the Selectmen of Boa-'
ton. He wns tho oiaijor in jsu, 9 ,
- Tbe feature of a Kentucky noliticnl
canipaign is the "Squirrel Soup Ltiiieb,"
an institution' older (ban the days when f
Henry Clay stumped the state. One was -
given week before last at Orcencastlo.
A parly of youna ladies and renlliimnti
of l'oillnud, Me., in a siunll rowing boat.
were run down and Sunk by the Robooner
o,iDiStilinn, In Booth bay, yesterday ; -.4
alios (ireculow and Sli
ruwnsd. . "
. ?t'lll I I'l i ... 1'
A voting woinnn. who bas Li niin.
nboat tbo ooOntry Htdinttliir charily, nre.
fending bJbu (leaf 'and dumb, married a
Schenectady hotel porter the other day,
nnd gavo him several thousaud dollars as a
bridal present , . .r , . ., ,,, ,:, ., 1
The nlilcclion to Women tiraetielno '
liirdlelnn Is nnihingncw. It is said tlml
long ago ns U-il a pi til inn was present-
I lo King Henry V that "no woman usr .
thepiartyai'uf Usjk, nndar payhe of long
rmpiiBoiiciiif nt" 1
.- r.icbard Ta'alf, ,Vgld John Brown'"
itbt band man at llanx r's Fam: mi) Ilia
,)..niu.ei 1.1 ins nmiii, wiis rveeutly appoiut
i.l un Assistant Assessor nf Internal iicve
.11110 in the disUict of Udgelield, South
" --iTbo'Cnnrt. House of Decatnr comity,
fi iui., waa.ilestroycd.by flro Fiblay night
last. Tbo grealer portion of the records
were lost, also :t0,(SKI in currency in tbo
ollicn of HuiCnnnly cbuk. The tobd loss
Is fnlly Jltlll.lHlO, . t
Tim latest invention is "garbage wbis
ky.". The Uinoinnatl Obtoulole says the
fag ends of radishes, onions, boets, lettuce
and tbe hundreds o! othor Vegetables a
porion of which go to tlia-slop barml or
tils (!iulsuQ boat is. (inid to bmko eaecllout
- - Whelber slnuding on one's dignity is
a good tiling, quito depends unou its size.
A mini sliin. ling on a pin bend, orn woman
011 a mustara seen, would not fulfill tho
uim ss ol things. Digiuty, like tbe founds
liou of tho buUdiug. toio strong should
bo Wldo nnd deep,
r' ! ' ' ' ' '
'Tho- commercial travolera "drum,
mers" of tho country aro boing rapidly
reliovml of tho unjust niul diserimiuiiting
tax iipftiust'lboir' business. The- Chicago j"
Travelers' Association lias secured tbe re- '!
pi! ot, tl; Hjiecial License laws iu sixty- .i
lonr westoru cities and towns, nud iu St.
Louis tbo tax bns boon, reduced from $300, , .
to tlO, - - . r . , j .
- Miss Nora Giles, (luugutor of Rov. Hon.
ry Giles, a well known lectnror- and esBay
ist, abeaulifitl, highly educated young lady
eighloen years; pf ago, was drowned at
liucksport Me., 011 Saturday by tbe upset
tieg of a boat in which sho was sailing, in
company with ber siBtcr, another young
lady nud Homo gentlemen.
Tbo barbarotis prnetloo of' flogging' Ih
still contiuued nt tbe Jetl'orsouville prison.
One of the guards was struck a few days J
ugo wilh a smith in the bands of a convict,
but not seriously bnrt . Tho convict, for
bis Insubordination, was ihiggod, and now
wears a ball and chain. i . 1 j .
Tbe bromtdo of ammonium is recom- '
mended by Dr. Gibb, of London, to) those
who sulfer from an excess of fat. Ho says
that, when taken in small doses for a length
of time, it will diminish tbe weight of the
body with greater oertainty than any bthox
known. rtiolc . J n 'j n J
Nearly $300,000 reoovored out of $1,.
000,000 lost by tho Ocean Biuik, N. Y., and
without any apparent effort by anybody.
Even good bills and coupons were returned, ,
but tbo manner In wbb L tbey are eaid to I
bavo been returned looks some what curious
and leads to tho belief that a comprou.ise
with tbe thieves him been effected.
-The Viceroy nf Egypt bas contracted
wUU Ji. Itnniington k Sons, of Ilion, N.
I., lor (10,000 of their rifles. This bouse
continues its weekly shipments to the
Spanish government In Cuba. It has nev
er sold ut ina to the insurgents, but baa
transformed ubout 8,000 Springfiulds for
houses lu Now York that muy have fur-' "
nisbed the Cubans,
' l-Thrfnonterice - paiHod q; Mrs. E. A.
I'ojlaal, of ipiprisouiuent in Ibe ltichinond
City jail, for the assuult on Dr. Goo. A.
Moore, was modified a day or two ago by
Jndge Gilmoro to n fine of $100 and costs,
at tbe iiiht.ince of Dr. Moore himself. Tlie
rlaejw as promptly' paid,' and Mrs. Pollard
was I released uud at once proceeded to
'he following, from Saturdays Toledo
libido, is rather pointed: "Auiein uu uris
l.iciacy is a queer thing. Mrs. Sberiduii . . ,
shook, Mrs. S. N. Piko, and Mis. A. T,
llctiibnld, of New York, are exjiected to ,
bad tbo fiibbinu ul Long BroueU Ibis year. , ,
.shook is a Bpeeulator in revoime matters; ..i,,,
I'ikii is a whisky iiiftiiiil'auetiiitrl and Hem-.
bold a patent medicine dealer.: lint tbey. 1
mvii shekels ol gold aud of silver," - .1 1 1-1..
4.n al tercixH ion 'occurred between two ' ?
bo.yi, iiaiiied Johu Carroll and Charles
Muster, in Albany, ou Saturday uftenaocu, ' '
diiriiig which Mosier Btalibcil the other ""
will) a jack-knife), iirrthe but breiust about
thn I heart, inflicting 'ft inortal wound.
.Wlion Mosier saw what be bad done be
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""1 j "yj i"1 . yt'jr JWuv l9" t i
Atn remit meeting of tbe Court of
Common please, iu Connecticut, the Court
called tho At tenlion of the Grand Jury to
Ibe prnotine of betting on base-hall games, 1
borsw races,, nto., aud charged tbat all per
son guilty of srieb betting wero gnilty of a " ?.
crinio; and that the keeping of grounds -
snob practices wore permitted, wua,i
cqmllly a criniQ, and sulijeotud tbo pnrties
to nh fndictuicul,
-rrbo1 fasbioniiblo' circles if 'BrooklyrA
uto pistiubed just now by a well-founded
report that the dunghtor of a wealthy mer.
cliiint living on the Heights eloped last .-
week with her father's coachman; while
tboso of South Bostou are hardly less agi
bited over the fact that a young lady of,
Bwiol position and culture, and one of tho ''
belles of tbat ariutocratio locality, bos
adopted tbe stage as a profession, and will ' '
appear at ono of tlig Wow iotk tUoatren
uevlauUuuu. . .1 ,,,,,.,,
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