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THE BALLAD OF A BAKER.
BY F. I. WILLOUGHBY.
Jne Pmiit, hn wm a rtakpr-ra.D,
A liakpr-man was .loe ;
Hp mr wm known l want for atl!!lit,
Ami yst he kneaded dons-li.
And ha waa nnrursl, hoarly, ttsi.
And had a lima lift1 lossisl,
And all Ms-anas hr rose up with
Ilia early-ruing yeast.
To never cheat hiar-tlatnmera
Tlitanian waa early taintlil;
And yet hia Inavea wi-ro always ll-jhl,
Ilia itle-criist rather abort I
And lie waa ffen'rona hearted, loo,
suit kind unto the needy.
And neat ami taaty In hia dresa.
Although hiscakea were Berily.
With htm nona dared In Itindy .lnkes,
Wlii'ii'orhe flonulit tin- marta,
F'tr well tlu'j ku.w hia reparteea
Were aliaris'r than lila tarta.
And while I aay ttla aklll waa great
In Kltlnft up a niiitVin,
His pastry lilhsl the mouth "f all.
And u -l.i no limber pulttti'.
'Tla aald lie waa ft lenipt'raiii-e man:
If an I ran'l tidl why
He limed with wheat ainli-nrn meal, ton,
A trlriV ol the rye I
When are atlaat oVrl.uk tv.r man,
Hta frame cri'W Is nl and crt',
And. like Ihe rake he int'il to b:ll.i',
Ilia head waa irnsli'il o'er.
And when he died all mourned hi. lien,
With Do sei'tartan liiaa.
For he had been a friend to all,
A Rood man and a pir-oua.
Ilenealh Ihla mist of nplieayi d earth
A w.-llhreil Hiker lies:
And, like Ihe n.lla henned to mold,
We hope at last he'll i me.
,V,a Korl- Ch,,y. T.
THE LOST DIAMOND;
All Well That Ends Well.
Some yi in k hit". n lnj-i.lnry
"ulne.l n piitiHiileriililn tnrlnim liy it fruit
mififnrtillin. An exi'i'llcut wurliiinin, linn
sl aa tlici iluy, Montin IihiI l.iit nun liuili:
III) WBM tlXl I'llllil ol i'ochI wine, llil'll flUISI'll
dim to if;l -l liin wurk sinni'limi'S for
luVH tii'eilier, to lliooreiit iliKKftttHfiK'liim
til ' "bi" niiployer, who in nil oilier ri'sirtK
valueil mill cHteetiiuil liim liii;lily, ImiIIi lor
1. 1 h Hkill ami j.rohily.
One tiny Moulin rwcivnl from liiu mus
ter it iliiinniiiil of tlio lint Hi water lo cut
mill jMilihli, Willi Hlrict refoiiiiiictiiliitiont
to ki hoIm r until Hie work Wits linislii'tl.
"I rely on your activity," iniil the jnwi-l-l-r,
n giving hiio tho mI,.ik 'I must
' linvA it without lull on tlio I 1 1 1 iiiatiuil;
mill if yon liFiipoint innlhiftliiiiii.it w ill
lie the lust you will lmvr limn tun."
Montin proniii.t'il x m I it il. 1 1 uskeil, UN
wita iiHtml with him. nrt ol his my in ml
vittiee, mill Net liiinst'lt riinmi'imiinly lo
work. I' inli r liis ssilllnl liaml, tho liii
uiond HCHin lic?nn to nIiow foith HH lieutity;
in a low more honm it vrouhl 1i:im lit'i-n tin
lubeil, when, Itulortiinulely fur Montin'H
resolutions, rt frienil ntllivl oh him, tin ohl
comrade, who Iiml been loin iitim-nt (rtnn
1'aris; what conM they lo lint tukn 11 cUss
toetlier? Arriveil at the riil-nn I, Ihe time
puHHPil iiii.'kly iiwuy, finil Montin thoii;ht
no wore of Ma iinliniahril wml;.
iHirinR tlio morning )uh "iniiloyer ouiiie
to Hee how tli e oliHhln"; ol tlm iliuiiiniiil
lirooeeiltiil. 'J'he conrii'rj'o nsntiri'il him
that Montin hail only just I'liiieont, nml
wonhl not tiiil to return directly, iih ho Inn)
tor miino iluys li n working ftlemlily nml
unremittingly. (Inly hull KutiKlieil, the
jeweller w-'iit nwiir, to return in two honrK,
iiml to find Montin Ntill nhxenl. ( hmviiic. iI
he wuh ut the tnvurn, tho iimater rhiircil
oue of Lin men to Hi ck him, uiul intluce
lnui to return to hit work. Thin whh ihuic,
ami Montin, i;runililiui lictwccn Iuh teeth,
iiitti'il hiH cnmniili', anil iiKcemlcil to liiu
workHhop; but hiftheml whkuo longer clenr,
nor hiH linml Htumly. To mlil to hiH troiilile,
the iliuiuouil liccaum tiutixi il; Im Heicil it
hfttily to rephu'o it; Iiih trouililini,' lin;erH
Hiivo a jerk - nml, hv n Htrnnijo I'lituiily, the
precioiiH Htoue llew out of tiin w luil'ow!
.Sid ei oil in iiniomrnt by thin tcirihle ncri.
(hint, Moiitiii I'liiihiiueil fjiiini: out of the
rune uient an il pelrilieil, hiH pale 1 1 j H inur
muring the woriln "lost! IohI! IokI!''
I'nr morn thiui an In .ur he rcniiiincil (il
moHt moliiiiiletiH, iiml wan only ruu-cil
Iroui Iiih h lhargy by tho cntrimre ol bin
'! it thiiH you work, MoutinV" echiiin
cil be; "threo timi'H buvo I railed fur II ia
diitiiiiiiid, mid you Hpenil your time ut the
tuvern. tiivo nu the Htoue; J luuxt have
it, rlninheil or uiilluishcil."
Montin looked wildly at him without
uttering a word.
"What ift the mutter with you?'' linked
tho jeweller. "Why don'i you niiHwer'r
lluve you drunk all your houhkh iiwayy"
The lnpidary tried in vuiu to Kpeak. HiH
toiifjne Hoemed paralyze d. At liwl lieriwe,
ami lii.lilltf hi fare iu bin ban. In, mminiir-
d, "It - in - lost!"
"Explain youmeir. What ban hnppuii.
"Out of the window."
"Well, well, Well; tell mo what ban occur
red." "The atone flow out.'
It waHiiow tho turn of the umxtrr to le-
ome hihuit with oHtoniHbmiMit: then, fur.
ioiiM with rage, be cried, "X don't believe a
word of your Htory; you liuve mild my din.
moud to pay for yourdiHHiputiou."
I biH aeciiHutiuu wuh the i imp di irirf fur
.Moniin. lie leu lauitniK at the tret of bin
uiaHter; nud it wan not without difUimlty
that be waa rei'alled to life, or rather to a
iluftpair which amounted iibooHt to loud
lieHH. 'Ihe jeweller, who undcHtood what
waa pauHing in bia uiiml, tried to coiihoIo
luiu, sud at laat Httereeded in remh rini;
mm more cunu.
"It ii u NiiMt unrortnualo accident, no
doubt." auii I he, "but it in mil irreparable."
"You do not, then, believe that I mild
your diiimoud for drink?" i.ai.l .Montin,
"No, no, Montin, you mimt fnri;et what
I em. I in the lirnt moment of aii;i r, and let
iia try to find a remedy lor Ihe mh,!;,itun.
The diamond iu worth J Mini; you iiiiihI
eniteavour to repay me the half of that uiiui
out of your waKH, which, when yon wink
rejjnlarly, amount to ill or i;4 a-w.u U.
With indiiHtry and sobriety you will soon
get out Of debt."
"From tbia time I will work mYadilv,"
uid Montin, with tearii in hi,; even. nn
hull nee, air, that though I liuve been u
drunkard I am not a thirl."
"I believe yon," replied the jeweller, "1
have every confidence in you; you are a
good workman; I will fnrnifth yon with
plenty of work, and in a few yeaia you will
Le r'pbt a;ain. Well! will that nuit you."
'Oh yen, air! only lell moonce more, that
you do not think I aohl the diamond."
"I repent, on my honor, that I only said
ao in the lira moment of miner. 1 am
couviuced you are an boneKt mini - iu fact
1 prove it by truiitin you with more work."
"Yea, air, that ia true, and I promiMO you
I will not diaappoint you. I will repair my
tault; the luaaou baa been Hcvuni, but it
will not be without it friiitM."
Moutiu kept hia word - ho roun early,
ami worked inde!utii;ubly; the lout kIouh
wa replaced by another, which woh polinh.
ed aa if by enchuntmnit I'mlbl'iil to bin
promiae, lie went no more to thn tavern,
aud became a model ol'NteadiuoHH ami in
Uiiatry. At the end of the year bu had
paid ft conaiderable part ol hiH debt. Six
teen moutba paaaed tlnui, when one tine
morning in May, havini; liiiinhed hia work,
lie placed hiuiHulf at the window, ami
watched the boata puaHinx nml i.-aH,ni(
on the river, which flowed cloac to the walla
of til bouae. Suddenly, big eye waa at
tracted by aoraulliing bright (litterinf; ou
the extrouie edge of an old chimnoy. What
waa bis gnrpriae to diacover biu hall-poliHh-xl
diamond! It aeeuied fta ifa Wreath wonhl
precipitate it into the water beneath; and
yet there it had been for no niauy month
auapeuded betweeu beivou and eurthl
At thia light hia amotion became almoat
ereftt an on the day when he bad aeeu it
disappear out of the window; be dared not
remove bin oyea, fearing to loa tight of the
luioet recovered tieanuie.
"It la- it ia my diamond, which bnncost
nic ao ninny tenr'a." aaid ho; "but how ahull
1 reach it! If It were to tall I Kill no, I
will hike every precaution, not too faat!
let me eoneiderwcll!"
At thia moniont bia employer entcrod the
"Oil, air," cried Montin, "it il there!"
"What?" aaid tho jeweller.
"My diamond, or rnthrr yours. Ah, do
not lunch it, ahull loan it for ever."
"It iatrtie; we it ia certainly the diamond
that baa ao tormented na; but the difficulty
in bow to get it. Wait n moment, I know
how to do it." So any lug, he left the room,
tint quickly returned, bearing in hia hand ft
net prepared for catching bnttcrllica, With
ita aid and that of long Btick, be proceed
ed carefully lo try and get the iireciona
tone Montin hardly daring to breathe,
wntching nil hia movements with the great
est anxiety. At lost bia efforts werocrown
cd with su'crcHH, and horrid, "Hero it is,
Montin! I congratulate you on its recovery.
I sin now your debtor to the amount of
neatly n hundred tioutids. What do you
intend to do with the ninonnt?"
"I.envc it in your baiidn, sir, if yon will
be kind viiongh to keep it for mo.'
"Moat willingly; I will pay yon tho In
terest, nud il you continue to add to it, yon
will soon Inivo ft nice little sum ," replied
Ihe j. .Weill r.
This was the bcginnini' of Monlin's (or
Intic. In a few years be befit ma n partner
with bis master, whose daughter be mar
ried, and In- is now ono of tho principal
jewellers hi Turin.
A Boy Paradise.
A correspondent of the New York Even
ing Tost has found at the obscure villuge of
Washington, f'niiiicctieiit, n school for
boys, conducted on pri triples which, if ho
tolls tho truth, must mnko it ft real para
dine, compared with most schools, nml, wc
b ar, this publicity given to it will fearfully
test its capacity. The correspondent snys;
"The moral lone of the achool la ils dia
tingnihlnng fentuic. Any one guilty of de
ceit or fraud is wai iied by hia companions
to n port himwlf to the hcml-iunHtci ; if bo
neglects to do so ho is at once iiiliirmeil
ii I h ii by his companions. Inntcnd of its
bring felt menu lo report ft misdemeanor,
it it here regarded as an ollence against the
whole boy coniii unity to permit a misdeed
lo go unpunished. The methods of punish
ment pursued lit the school are generally
arise mi the spur of the moment, A little
boy makes loo much noise; bu is ordered
lo take a horn to the village green, and to
blow a blunt at the four corners of the
church ; or lie is sent n mile over tho hill to
Ihe Moody burn: or be helps rako liny for
half ail hour i!i the fields, or cleans some
bricks that in. required fur building. One
day a boy o ilo some apples from ft poor
widow; be was sent the next day to pick
mi sloii'H from her field as a punishment,
but the widow'a heart softened, and sht
in it I ii biui come into dinner, nud stuffed
him with Inod things uml sent him home.
"A little boy was caught ducking ft cat ill
the ruin-water hogshead; up steps the
ifilrucr Helium nun, ami, sci.iug uiiu ny
the seal of the breeches and the naiio of
the in ek, plunges him in after the cut, to
show biin how it feels. Such things as
bullying and fugging me not tolerated.
I here are no rules, no lorbnlileii games
everything that can nflord unillscmulit is
tolerated at proper times and in proper
i inuiit 1 1 v. The master of Ihe school is un
able to distinguish bclwreutlie good lr.
Uusliy and the wickedness of ordinary
Having canlH, ami so the boys play wuist,
if they know rnoiigh, openly nnd iu the
parlor. Tho hinfiiiness of dancing nnd the
orthodoxy ol calisthenics nro uietapliysiciil
distinctions; and the boys have a dance
w hi n there in time for it, nnd they fed like
il. TIiiihc who me old enough buve breei b
. lulling ritles, nnd they are taught bow to
use them, as the muster of the school is
one of thn best shot in the country. The
older boys learn all about thn haunts of
nuiinals. 1 bey know llio truck or the
woodehiiek, the raccoon, the fox, and cull
tell the i. huh) of a bird from its song, its
nest, or Us egg. J hey loam Ihe lurests ou
Sutiiril.ivs, ami fl li and hunt, and in the
uioiinliiiii streams; some trusty big bey
n itu panics tr.c Hiiiuiler ouch, uml no puti.v
goes uwiiy williiiiit the knowledge of the
leuchi th. All thn boys wear good f lout
wiiiilcii clothing, which ntcessuiily meets
with iiiiinerotiH rents and tears, but iskept
ill order by aunt llrtscy, whose needle and
patch work are in constant dcuiiiiul. Such
u beehive, hiich exuberant spirits and
shouts of happiness constantly bubbling
up and miming over as this school ex
hibits, it has uovkr been my lot to witness
Language of the Cane.
Ah there bus been given a language of the
huiiilkcrchief and one of the fun, it is only
right that the "luiiguugo of the eane"
should bo understood by our young gents.
An ingenious, and no doubt ingenuous,
youth invents the billowing:
Throwing it arouud the fingers iu tlio
li It band - I w ish to speak to you.
Throwing it around tho liiigors iu tho
right band - ift siro an BCiiiiaiutunce,
1'iitting the bead in the mouth I love
Knocking w it.i gnat force on tho ground
i unto you.
Holding it top mid bottom in both band
Wait tor iiih.
l'litting it ou the right shoulder Follow
1'ittting it on the lell shoulder -I'm en
Orugging it behind, on tho grouud - We
will be IVieudH.
Handing it to ft person by tho lower end
i win accept you.
Handing it ton person by the head- 1
rejec t you.
Holding it in both bunds and bending il
1 Iovh ttiiiither.
Holding it bottom upwards, in front of
you My lieiu t is thine.
Holding it ia both bunds across the
HllOlllileiH Look nl inc.
Fattkninu IIih.s Wriuorr I 'mis. Tho
present year'isu rrniiti -Ladle one for fullen
ingpoik in Urn wihl. That old htuudby
article, corn, is by no menus plenty this
season; and if il in f.-d lo hogH at preeut
prices it should ba put in the best condi
li ill for making tl.n most pork pimsible. It
uiuy not pay lo grind and cook corn to be
fed to bogs when it is only world twenty
cents per IiiikIicI, but when it fulls lor
eighty or niiiHly cunts them is lillleipieutiou
about the economy of thus preparing it.
Hut there nro other things besides com,
from whim .oik can I.,, made, as the New
r.nglitnd luriuer well knows. The crop of
potatoes this year is very abundant, and if
pains are taken to boil and mush
the:.i wild H little ineul, or wheut brun
or middlings, very good pork may be
made from very lit tin or no corn. The
Biiuie in true of beets, carrots mid other es
ciib nt loots. Hogs, too, are very fun. I of
boiled pumpkins uml nipiuHhes and will
leave corn to go to I hem Wind fulls ol
apples and other fruit cim also be convert
ed into pork. The ineul of oats, buck
wheat, pens and beuns are all used by our
neighbors iu the iJoininiou for making
poi lt, and there isi.o reason why they iiiuv
not be thus rendered available by us. There
has been ft good deal of barley raised this
iieuiion.and owing lo the unfavorable weath
er, much of it bus become so blackened
that it will uot be bought by (ho brewer;
rather than sell it at mi extremely low tiriee
grind it up and feed it to the bog. Its
color is no objection for pork making. -
A t an-'Mif-Ar. I'.vpt uiitt'uT . Wl..i. T. .......
, - .............. ,. anmtu
thinner, n. n nun bee iA' Dm K,.,.iulti.- l.'..i i..
I I "at .j ... iuii i in,
met a boy with a dirly luco or hands, be
would slop biui, and impiire if he ever stud
ied chemistry. The boy, with ft wondering
stare, would aimuee Vn " iiu'uii i
' .. ... ..u, ,, ,11 d ,
I will teach thee bow to perform a curious
chemical exnerimeiit mo. I .',l..i,.i if,
"f in bono. IiiLa U tlii.u M.i 1 I..
, . , nwnir, lint 111
water, and rub it briskly on thy bauds and
iiteo. i iion oast no idea wuiil ft beautiful
froth it will inako, nud bow much whiter
thy skin will be. Thai's a chemical nnr.
iuioiit. I advise thee to try ft,"
The (Jrisnin Oo.oouru.tivA ltnnf n..i
Kboa Matillfttclllrilio-1 !ll lit' flliieu.!. M.ill.
a capital stock of 25,0iXJ, baa beeu organ-Uvd.
The National Debt—No Reduction.
Ilrpnblirnn papers Bnd three-fourths of
t lioi r enpttal now-n-iiaya In iratmg anoui
the reputed reduction of the national debt
but notwithstanding all their noise, they
cannot hide the fact that the debt, instead
of ileerensing, bas Inrgcly inerensed aineo
the close ot the wnr.usn comparison of tho
repot t of the Secretary of the Treasury
will rIiow. Tho statement of Secretary
MrCnllocli for tho fiscal yenr ending Sept.
1. IHlio, shows Hint tho wholo debt nl that
time was 2,SHII,ISK,IHK). Secretary llout
well, on the firat of the current mouth, over
four years nfterwnrd, plncca the debtnt
fs)l,(HKI,(HKI in round nniiiberg, allowing nil
increase of 2Hr,,KH,0K) in Hint time. Hut
it is claimed that this increnso took plnce
under Johnaon'a ailniinistrntion nnd that
therefore tho republican party is not re
sponsible for it. As Mr. Johnson bad no
more to do with the regulation of the gov
eminent expenses than ft private individual
but those expenses were tinder the absolute
control of t'ongress, which contained n
more than two thirds licpnhlienn majority,
tin ir assumed Irresponsibility nniounts to
nothing. Not only has the debt been in
creased by this enormous Bum, but nearly
two thousand millions of dollars have been
collected from the people bv revenue taxes
nnd excise duties, since tlio close ol the
wnr, nil of which bat been expended by the
Seventy millions of dollars nnnuidly suf
ficed to meet nil the expenses of the general
government under democratic rule before
tho war. It bus cost tho roil lit l V over live
hundred million dollars annually since the
war to sustain 111" republican udniiiiistrn
Hon. Would we not do well to return to
the old condition of nllnirs'i'
Manufacturing Debt Statements.
A paragraph in tho Ijincaster ( I'll. ) Inlel
ligcuvr, o (hoist inut., will help lo explain
the manner in which Mr. ilontwell con
trives to figure up no apparent reduction of
tlic public ilcbt. iMsior A. u. i milium,
tension agent for eastern l'ennHylvaniii.bus
ieeu spending his time lately nt election
eering for (ienry, while tho chimin of
aoliliers, willows and orphans, ami other
pensioners, dun n month ago, have not yet
been puid. The Intelligencer says:
"Ono of two things is certain. Either
Major Culhotiii is wronglnlly withholding
the money due to the widows mid ol iiIiiiiih,
and, it may be, speculating upon il, or
Sucrclury Kotitwill is keeping buck the
amount due a month ago, in order Hint be
may be nblo to make ft lulsely favorable re
turn ot the national indebtedneHS, just pre
vious lo the October election.
The probabilities, obviouslv, nro all in
favor ol the latter hypothesis. Delay ill
Ihe payment of pension create iliHsutis-
faclioii, it is true, but only within the nar
row circle which sutlers from it. Hut the
financial policy of the radical purly is now
on tii il bef ire llio whole people, nud a l.i
voruble exhibit ol Iheslnleof Ihe Treasury,
even if maitc by cheating the poor pension
ers, is expected 1 lo have a wide inlluence
upon public opinion. Having used the
money of the widows and orphans to patch
the iteceptions ol Ins tattered balance
sheet tor the first of the month, the Sec re
lury will now, it is lobe hoped, bike prompt
measures to relievo thn distress ol the
Hull, ring class w hose lights have been so
InnpiitoiiHly postponed to partisan iieeo
Cot.t'Mm'fl, ()., Oct HI.-- t-lii i tin and
opinions of both parties indicate that Hayes
is circle. I by about .l.liiill majority.
The House is democratic mid the Senate
The democrats claim so clofe that it will
reipiire an r.fiiciul vole to determine who is
iintu will stand republicans, eigbleeu; ilcm
ocrats, filteeu. House, republicuns, sity
three; democrats, lkiily-si veil. The ciiy
council will luive n repubbeuii maj.uily ou
joint ballot of thirty. There is no data to
indicate the majority in the state, bill nil
the papers, except one, give it to (ienry by
from five to ten thousand.
IinN 1'irrr, iu a recent agricultural ftd
dreKS, gave Congress the following slap:
"The agricultural interest in everywhere
but in one spot. You w ill not find it iu
Washington. Among its painted womcu
and its unprincipled men, ou tho Honrs of
Congress, iu the lobbies, about the
avuuiics, is ti( be found every interest but
thai. Inning a nix month's residence. I
never met an agricultural or a boitienl
tural man, or tho representative of such.
There is an agricultural bureau, it is true,
Where, ft mull, selected hcruuso of bis
entire ignorance of agriculture, presides,
from which immense ipiuntitioi of worth
less seeds nro issued in sum!! parcels by
designing Congressmen, and from whence
conn s ft report that trcnla of everything ou
(tod's lootstool but thu interest we luive
must nt heart."
Wasiiinoton, Oct. Hy tho l'residcnt
of thu I'nited Slates,
A rilOCIJIMATIoN ;
TUo year which is drawing to a close him
been free from pestilence; IiihIiIi has pre
vailed throughout thn la.ni ; abundant ernpa
reward tho labor of Ihe hindiHhihncn; com.
lucrce ami niitnul'aclurcrs have an asfullv
prosecuted tlluir ptltccllll paths; the ininea
and forests have yielded libcrully; the nation
bus increased in wealth and in Htienglli;
pearu bus picvaili d, and ils blessingH have
advanced every iniereat of the people in
every part of tho L'niun; hiirinonv and ria
tcrnal iiilcii iiiusr are ri -atori d, ami a-e ol.lil
eiuiiiig lis-marks of the pant couili.-l and es
trangement; burdens have been lighlcneil,
mi-ana increased, and civil ami religion hh
eil vani secuieil to evi ry iuhubiliuit of the
In ii 1 1 . v In ipo soil is trod by none but Ireeuieti.
H becomes a people thus lavoied to nml,,.
acknowledgment to the Hiiiireiuo Aiilhnr
from whom such I.I. ssuiga flow i.r ilicu gia
tilmli and their di peuilcnce, lo render praise
iiii.I tliunksgiviiig for Mm same, ami id i.mily
lo iiiipliirc u ciiniiuuiineo of ioil'a m, i, i, h.
'J'liereliire, I, 1!.vshch K (iiunt, Pri snl. nl
of Ihe I lid.. I hlall.'H, il.i reeiiliinielid tlnd
'riniiri.l... 11. u e,,.l.l....,.il. .I...... i . ..
i - h"" - ...I 'i .iii t iiiiiei
ucvt, be observed una day or llninl.si King
ali i of praise uiid plaiei- to Almighty Ibid,
Ihe Creator an I the liulri of Ihe uioieiii ; hi.iI
Nrcoli.l. Idn luillu.r l-eci.tlilii, ii, lo all Ihe
people or the United Slates lo iishi lul.h. ou
..... .iH, in ,ii,.n n.-i-iiniKiiicii puici n Ol pllli-
lie wornhip, and lo unite in Ihe homage and
liruise flue tint l.om.tirnl ir.il....- ..ruii
and iu li-rvent prayr r (..i lliui iimnucc ,',
the blesnilll.a llH lias Vollcheal'i il In lis 114 a
In testimony wlmreof, Imv,, berennto net
mv lll.ll, I .11.1 ,.a,.u...l ll.r. .1 . ,. 1
...j , ,,n, u iiih Hiii in i in. ii mien
Stales lo be allmul, Ibis, the lil t, iIhv of Or-
oiier, a. ii. isi.:i, aim nl the nan peu.li nee ol
thu Hulled Mlales of America Ihe nniotv-
"Ulill. K. M. Ilmvr '
llv the Preniili ut:
1Ia.mii. i. in I'ma, titcretury i.l !:liite.
An K.llTlHINO. -'I hei-A in i... .I....1.I I1...1
. , ' ...'lll't tllltt
the great lever 111 the extension of a busi-
IICKH. ill Ihrae lifi.iibeiiil li u i.1...l....il...
bill in the immense popularity of thai celo-
.. ,.,,, ,r iivspepsia, nver com-
Ullllllt. lierVOUH ilebililv a., II. ...II
;, - ji -, iiiM.iiaiiii u
t ioriiian Hitters, is not ho much owing to
tho fact that it bus been extensively adver
tised, iih it is to the great merit of the ur
ticle. A WOrtldcHM lliAili.-tim l..i,i, II. I
.. . - ,' i inioiiKII pilll-
hcity, iicipiiro n short-lived notoriety, but
It reipiires the basis of lino merit in order
to sunt am ilnel- f..i ...... ...... ;.i. ..i i. i
- . . , , ' ""J 1 "iiimriiiiiiu icuglli
of tuna. Hoofiuiid's (icrnuiii Hitlers bus
oci ii Known io llio Auieiicun publio lor
more thiui Iwfiiitv vein-u- m.,.1. .i.... ...i.i.....
,j j , MI.JI H14IIHIO
Homo new proof of its virtues and greut
. ......i.n ....i. .lies. 1 mi IIIUC1S IS ('UllrU.
ly tree uoni mi ulcoliolin Hdmixture.
I footlaliil'u ( lAi'iimu 'I'ot.i.. Iu .. I :
. v...... ,n it i:iiiiji-
Hon of till tho ingredienbi of the Hitlers,
wilh pure Sunta Crdz rum, orango, anise,
Ac, uinking n propanition of rare' medical
value. The Toniu is used for the Hum
dineiiyl.tt nu tlm ltol..vu 1.. ....... .u ...1
...... .. otm n HunrunuuiH
ulcoholio Ntiiiinlus is ueccHuiry.
Mr. .Tnbn HmiiiOn, r..H t i i....
, hi iwinve
years one of the editors of tho New York
4 imun, mi. iiwiiiineinr ui iih uoicii "Minor
'Pl.liieu" l.lilll ill ll ami 11. a I I
- i - iiosiiai iiiiraiiiiai
and confidential liimid of (loveriu r itny-
iu.mi.i, uus just irsiglieq HIS pilHItlOII Oil tllUt
FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
CoMFoitTABi.it quarters nd good food are
of moro importnnce in the management of
swine than is generally supposed. Salt and
sulphur in small quantities prevents kid
ney worm, nud corn soaked in very strong
lye enrca it. Hogs require sulphur, ftnd in
the winter season, carbon ; it is n good plan,
thorefore, to supply them wilh soft coal in
tho winter time, which contains lioth in
gredients, nnd in the summer plenty of
wild mustard will fill tho bill.
Gabrots and ONioNa, Cut into tbin slices
some carrots, and ono-third tho bulk of
onions, and fry them in tho pan, with n
good lump of butter or dripping, taking
care that they do not adhere nt the bottom;
season with salt nnd pepper, ftnd when they
have colored, dredge Hour over thorn, moist
en with soup or with soup mixed with milk;
'I the pan over thn fire nnd let them fin
ish conking; ftt the moment of serving
mix in yelk of egg nnd n littlo vinegar, nnd
season with pnrsley chopped very fine.
SiMn.K wat to Kki-p Kaw Tomatops.
Choosn risi loinntoes of good shnpn, nnd
place them carefully iu n dirge jar, filling it
nenrly to tho top. Four into the jnr water
in which cooking salt bns been dissolved to
tlio point of saturation, or until it will
benr nn egg, find place on the tomatoes
littlo piece of wood weighted with a stone,
to keep them from floating.
In this way tomatoes keep perfectly for
several years, preaerving their form, color
and taste. To use them, soak out the salt
in Iresh water. 1'etit tlourniil.
Fotato rrntiiNO.- Cook In water two
quarts nnd ft lin.1l of fine pobdoes, nnd
mash Iheui through ft flno colander. Mix
llieni then with n quarter pound of melted
butter nnd tho sumo quantity of powdered
sugar. W hen the mixture in thorough, add
six eggs beaten as if for nn omelette, ft glass
of brandy nnd n quarter pound of ante
currants. Mix nguin, turn the whole into
n cloth, tie it that tho pudding may notes
enpo. Fut it to cok iu boiling water, boil
for quarter of an hour, tnko it out of the
cloth. Set it on a diuh, nnd servo it l.al li
ed in n Hinico made of a glass of wine, in
which augur and melted butter have been
IVttinu VP Tli Kt.r.s.- Take one-half
bin. del of cucumbers, mora or less, and
tklit them ill n brine made iu the iiroiior-
tion of two gallons of water, to one nud a
hull' liounds of sulL Let them remain
four days, then bike tliein nut nud rinse
well in clean wuti r. Then have ready
sonni good viiiegnr. Add tho vinegar to the
pickles; put n weight on to keep thoui
mid r, mid n cloth which must be wrung
out is often as twice a week, and rinsed in
clear ivub r. More cucumbers nud vinegar
can be nilileil as occasion requires. Don t
use keg or barrel that has ever bad any
kind ol incut salted In it.
K.tionai.k ok OumiNiNii. A writer in
the Irish l'lirmer's (tuetta says: Thu ii
b'oim of the process of churning is ex
ceedingly siiniilo. Hy violently agitating
the milk, the little capsules or bags eon-
tuiuirg tho butter nre ruptured, nud their
contiuls becoming tree, agglomerate mid
aHcer.d to tho nurture. Ihiring tho opera
tion of churning, the friction raises the
tcuqieriiture of tho liquid several degrees,
mid a considerable amount of ntinosplieric
air Incomes mixed with the milk. Tho no-
tionof bent and uir on tho sugar of milk
coinerls a portion of it into a Hour aiilf.
stance termed laetio acid, which latter
body, acting upon tho casein, ciiusch it to
Hepai'iito in the form ol a curd.
Oi li young renders will find much inter
est and pleasure iu tho following expert
incut for changing the color of (lowers:
Tako n teospoonfiil of Hour of sulphur,
phi'o it in an old saucer nnd sol lire to it
Willi common match. When it gets fairly
burning, tuko Home bigb-coiored flower
double ouch nro tbo best nud hold il above
it, it such it distance as to prevent its being
ilium by the names ol tlio sulphur, nnd tbo
tiim of the petals will bo changed into
another color : for instance, n double pur-
pie iiauini win nave ino pciais unpi n Willi
while, or n double red ono wilt become
lipped with yellow, find if the flower is ex
posed long enough, thn whole llowea will
iiecomo changed iu eolor. Care must be
had not to inhale tho funics of the sulphur,
nor should it bo dono in tho bouse, for it
may fudo tho color of thu curtains pnper
luuigiiigs, or lurnitnro, besides tilling tho
house with unpleasant fumes.
KVoau ron 1 louses. A gentleman in
New York is tho possessor of n $.1,000
horse, whoso organ for approbutivi iicsa is
so prominently active that he enn be
coaxed, but rarely driven ngainst bis will.
When the considerate owner enters the stu
blo tho horse greets biui with ft hearty
whinny, bis only luiiguugo, which ia equal
to a uhocrlul expresHion of delight Ho is
at once treated to a lump of loaf sugar,
which the beautilul and sagacious creature
knows is usually carried in a vest pocket
for bo ribs his nose directly in there. On
returning from a drivo bo expects two
lumps. As two are invariably forthcoming
wheu uuhuriiessud, it is unmiHtakcublo evi
dence to the horse that bis conduct nud ef
forts were Hiitisfuctory. The sight of a
whip to that animal would be an insult and
nn outrage to bis iillectionato regard for
one who looks carefully to bis health, aeeu
rity nud comfort. Such nu instrument of
barbarity does not belong to that good
man's carriage, and may Ciod speed tho in
coming day wheu they will only bo seen in
museums, to illustruto tho conditions of
countries that ultimately became Christian,
Tiu.E Manni:ks. To meet at the break-
fast tablo father, mother, children, all well.
ought to bo happiness to any heart; il
should be ft Hourco of bumble grutitude,
mid should wake up tho warmest feelings
of our nature, Shumo upon the coutunip
tiblu and low-bred cur, whether paicut or
child, thai can ever come to tho iireuklust
lublo, where all the family have met in
health, only to frown, and whine, and
growl, and fret; it is pn'mn 'noje evidence
of a mean, and grovelling, and selfish, mid
degraded lialuie, wlieiicesoeviir the churl
may have iiprung. Nor is it less reprehen
sible to inuke such exhibitions ut the tea
table; fur before the morning comes some
of the little circle uiuy be stricken wilh
some deadly disease, never to gather round
that labia again forever.
Children in good health, if left to tliein -uel
,-es nt the table, become, niter 11 few
iiioutlduls, garrulous and noisy; but if
w ithin ut all rfiwonuhlc or hiuruhle grounds
it in better to let them alone; they eut less,
I. realise they do not eut so rapidly as il
compelled to keep hileut, while the very
exhilaration of Hpirit quicken the circula
tion of the vital fluid, und euergizes diges
tion und ussituulation. The extremes of
society curiously meet in this regard.
The bil.len of the rich and nobles of
l.ugliuid me models of ninth, wit nnd
lii.nhiiiiiiiiie; it bikes boms to get
idroirjh n repast and they live long.
If anybody will look iu npon the negroes
of u well-to-do family iu Kentucky, while
ut their uienlH, they cannot be but impress
ed wilbthe pel fuel abandon of Jabrr, cach
inulion and mirth ; il seems as if they could
talk nil day, nnd they livo long. It follows,
then, that at the family table nil should
meet, und do it habitually, to make a com.
niou exchange of high-bred courtesies, of
warm ullectioiis, of cheering luirthfuliiesH
and lhat generosity of nature which bits
us above the brutes which perish, promo
tive as those things ore ol good digestion,
high health and a long life. IIhU'h .Inuriud.
An Intkiikhtino Fai-kk,-- Few papers pub.
lisned iu this or any other country can
eompiiro in excellence ami Interest with the
Now Jink Weekly. The serial stories pub
lished iu its columns are written by the
bent Ainoricuu und English authors, the
fun is furnished by Josh Hillings and Hoc
sticks, tho short stories, sketches and de
partments tire always readable, and the il
lustrations are invuriably flue specimens of
urL The present is good time to sub.
scribe for the Now York Weekly, as by
reference to the advertisement in another
column it will be soon thut "The Hoy
Whaler, or, The Young ltovers," by Leon
I .a wis, bus just been coimueuced iu iti
- Chioigo is going "to UuTIJT'lJiiilawell
ut cost of .AW, (XXI,
Destructive Fire--Business—Page Br
Co.,—Ross & Gossage's Fall Opening
—The Elections—The Weather
—The Elections—The Weather Amusements.
Clfu-Aoo, ( rt. , lMfin The most deatrnc
llve lire aincc Hie errat lire on Lake street,
In the winter of '117 ft occurred yesterday
afternoon, on tlio North Ride. Fifteen build
ings w-ere dcat roved en Nulla Clark street,
and three either destroyed or grratlv dani
aced ou (lutnrio street, 'involv ng a foes of
fo.'t,:HNi, on which there was an insurance ol
shows more activity as tho season advances,
though il la not as lively as was expected.
The lute financial explosion among tlio gold
and ftlcrk gainliers of New Yi rk has had the
cfiert of causing a stringenry in the money
nMrket and lowering the pi ice of Rrain, anil
tins chcrka tlio currents ef trade materially.
High prices lor agrlrulliirul products send
tho life-em rent through all llio arteiirs of
trade and commerce, for when tho farmers
have plenty of money, tho merchants, me
dial!. es and Inlmrlng men prosper. The most
hopeful aign, at presenl, is Ihe activity III
those lirnnclirs of trade that supply the
wanls of the producing classes, which shews
thai the heart of the country in sound and Its
exchnpier solvent. And those bouses aro
the moat arlivo which supply the iif-cc nsariea
of life. Bitch as grocery, hiirdniire, leather,
clothing, dry gisuls, Ac
The linp.il ting and wbolr snle leather bonso
PAGE, BRO, & CO. 50 LAKE ST.,
Take the lead here In Ihe sale of leal her and
findings and evrrylliirg cunnertrd w ilh the
bout and shoe iriule. Their full stork ol
French calf and kip skins and domestic
h nllirr of nil kinds is luiusunllv largr. and
'le-ir nianuruclurers' goods Tor sdoe. makers'
aud h-irness mnkers' use, exhibit llm latent
ImprovenicntH in these branches of industry.
The summit and qunl tv of their gisuls Indi
cate the eharnrtci of the linn for enterprise,
sagacity and thrift, and accounts for their
large liusiucssiinil the increasing iiuuibcrof
FAI.I. OI'I SISO OF IIKY OOOHS, KTC.
This week das been a holiday lo Hie full
ilmui s i f Chicago, ns the opening ol the sea
son for fashiiiiiHliln trade iu I'ry (lomls. Mil
linery, etc., and I lie si reefs have been lively
wilb l.iiln s in eiirti.iges, in (he curs and oil
lout hastening lo the centres of fashioii and
Innle. Hut Ihe chief attraction of Ihe week
was ihe two days opening Thursday and
ROSS & GOSSAGE, 106-8 STATE AND 56-8 WASHINGTON
which exclipsed everything ol tlio kind hein
tofiire seen in Chicago. Their spacious store
was visited by thousands of tho nrst eilleus,
who en .ally admired tlm rich display nl how
i'ih i ii, ino iiiiesi sivii-s. Here were pal
lei ii suits, and suits of their own Ini.uul'iic
turn, lor the streot and for evening and op
sra wenr, varying in price from $:tu to l.'Hiti;
cninel's hair shawls, from $2lNilo II ,000; loves
of clunks for VIT.i and less; opera clcaks and
jackets, mantles ami inoiniug rubes, hu es,
silks and snt iiih of rare beauty; dress goods
in every kind id inaleiiul, style and price;
eliihheiis' dri sscs, underwenr - in fael, ev
erything which should bo found in
tho best dry goods storo of Chicago.
I noticed, iih an excellent, feature, a room
lighted only with gnn I'nr the display of party
dress, s to alinw the effect ot shinies ami col
urn Ly gas-light. And though Ihe marked
fealuie of this opt uing wai the large display
ol rich and cosily gisuls, yet Ibis house is as
luiichnoled for Ihe durability and cxccIIi iiccih'
Hie ebon nor class of goods as ol those of morn
costly faiuicH, and ale equally altenlive lo llio
wants of both rich and pi. of.' And, by cour
tesy lo all. by quick appreciation of Hie pub
lie lasle, by being in advance of all i-unp. Ii
tolN ill procuring Ihe choicest goniisaul the
latest nt.ilcn, and selling at Hie lowest rutns,
they livivo built up an immense trade, and
bike the lead of Hie retail dry goo. In trade in
for cite nuil ci.iihlv i.ni.-cis. to como olTIhe
second of November, are producing no small
exciu nu in among politicians, anil the contest
promises lobe healed and bitter, 'i'hesaliir.
les, fees and pre quisitcs to be disposed of by
this election umoiint to KNMI.Ono a year, anil
the llcrocui'sa of Ihe struggle is plojini tumi d
lo the grealness of the prize. To an impar
tial lonki-r-on llio strife r lunula him of Ihe
fable ol the lux nud tho Mich, and whichever
faction wins, I imagine the administration of
city ami ronntv alliurs will go ou nhoiit Ihe
same as before. Human nature is pretty
much the sumo iu all parlies. As long as
Hie pres. nt svnli in of fen ami I high sulurii s
is toiiiut iii Hen mere in nine unpen! relorming
cny or pinnies.
has bor n magnificent I'nr a fi w tlnvs. Vi ce
liition ia still grtcii, und llowera bloom na in
are lively nl nreaent. with "Itin Van Winkle
at tho Opera House, "Thn Woman In lied"
ai nooirs, Arnili-na-pogue ' at McVickcr s,
uini ion iiiuisireis ai mo in aruoiii, u,
MiiTAi.-TiiM Kii Smokh.- Shoes are an im
portmit item in the. expense of clothing
children, ns every luireiit will iiiulrrstani!.
They invariably wear out their hIiocs at the
too tl rut, ana not untieoueutlv before thn
other pnrls are a quarter worn. Children's
shoes with Metal tips never wear out ut the
toe, ami it is sale to say thai on mi average
ono pair with them wili more than out-wear
three pairs without them. Wo believe all
llie shoo dealers keep them.-- Ilirahl,
Nervous debility wdii its elooniv at loud
ants, low apirita, dnpi'tauion, involuntary
omissions, loss oi seinon, slu.i i.inunri nni-K,
loss of power, iliz.y bead, loss ot memory,
and threaten- d impotence and imbecility,
find a noveroign cure iu Humphrey's lionieo-
paiiui; opociiio. no. iwemv-cignt. e.i mi posed
of the most valuable mild aud potent cura
tives, they strike at onee at thermit o tho
matter, tone up thu system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality, to tho eutiro man. Thev have
cured thoiiHanils of eases. Price ." per
iiackakeof six boxes and vial, which is very
important in obstinate and old cases, or tl
s-r single box. Hold by all druggists, and
sent hy mail ou receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Specific fimnooputhio Medicine
Company, Will Ilroadwuv, N. Y.
riii.TTY Womi:n.- A comparatively fuw la
dies liiniinpolizn the beauty as well as Ihft at
tniiliou of a eu ty. This ought not to be so,
hill it is: and Wilt bo while men si-n I'onliiih
and single out pretlv faces fur eouipauiona.
'I'l.idl.U,, till I... ..l.o 1 I II I.
.1 nimiii, 11 IISIIIM; lIHgUIl S
.Magnolia ltalni, which curs (be bloum ot
youth ami a n line. I, spurkling bounty to the
conipli xiou, pleasing, powerlnl and liklural.
No hnly need complain of a red, tanned,
frockled or nislic coninlexiiiii who. II invest
hi venly-llvo cunts iu liagan's MuKUolia ltalni.
Ils i llui-U areli nlv woudui lul. 'in menoi vu
and dress the bun- line l.yuu's Kalhuiiou,
il Oil. It. V. I'll III I' ol I'.l'lir.ili. N V linu
discoveleil. resubllg ill a Very cnlllllllill lllllc
plant foiiud growing by Ihe iniidniiln, a iiuuh.
cinal principle whiill nilrpanses eveiyllilllg
In ii tufiiie liii. .nu nr Ihe cure of all severe
C.ughn and for Minister Side Throat,
l.iirvoeilis, Hrniicliiiis, and Cuiisuuipliiui in
Us early si ages. 11 is called Hr. Pierce's Al
lurulivo F.kl'ael, or (bildeii Mediral liiaeov
( l y, and is void by di uigisls, or Heud there
nu. I n .jinn In il,. II:. rs to llio disc. .vi rer, and
gel three bolllea free ol express charges.
Kxi ki.bioh (ii.AHH CiirriK is everyway as
l:od as llm glazier's diamond, and not hair
as exneuniMi, ( ills clans in all shapes as
leaihlvas thu iPainnuil. Is easily liuudliid.
Aiiyoiio can line it, F.vvrynhe shoiild buin il.
Kvci v t-ai iiier should liiivu one. F.vely uier
chanl should have ono. Hvery liiiunel.iiepiii'
sliniilil have one. I'.very niei linuin should
have ono . '1'ho Lost I lung ever invented lo
nil glass wilh. A big lliiug Inr agents. Heiul
tl.filiaiid got a aainphi. Agents wanted. Ad
diets, J (I, Hill, No. 2 N i nun's l'.xchauge
TlIK PlUlKHT ANfl NWI'.KTKHT Coll I.tVKlt Olt
IN tiik wniil.il is lluznril .V Caswell's mailo
on the sea shorn, from Iresh, selected livers,
bv CAHWF.Idi, HA.AItU & Co.. New York,
It is alisoluttiiy iio-e and sieee(. J'arliea who
have nitcn taken il prefer il to all others.
l'hysiciuus have decided it superior to any of
thu other oila ill market, bold by all drug
Kists. CllAI'ini Hani, Fai f, lloitoii Kkin, I'm
pi.ks, Hiugworiii, Halt llhouui, and all other
ctiiaiiouiiH allocliona cured, and tho Skiu
niado soft and smooth, by using thn .ioi,st
Viir .Si.oi, madii by CAMWia.l,, 11AZAIIU4
Co., Now Ym k. It is more cunvenient and
easily applied thaiiotlier remediua, avoiding
thu lioiihln of thu greasy coiuuouiula now ill
nso, Hold hv all druggist
Hai i.kt, IiAVis.V. Co., Piano forte llakora,
2Ti SVaslungtiiu street, lioston. Thii ty-livu
prouiiiiins awardud. Kvery iiiatruiuiiiit war
raiilo.il lor livo years. I'cioe less than and
other Urst-ulaaa make in thu United Htaloa.
Wk wihii.ii call thu attention of produce
il. -all-in tn llio advoi tiaoniont of W. N. ltlco,
winch, lo say Ihe leant, nreaent aomo features
unusual iu thooniiiuiisniou lino, flutter drop
lam a line.
Puivatk mediral aid Uead Ur, Wbltllur't
A SAD STORY.
A Marriage in the Shadow of Death.
From the Rock Island Union, Oct. 2.
Ill the Daily Union of September 2"i ap
peared tho loilowing notice:
MinniKn At Farmington, near Halt Lake
City, Utah, on Tuesday, Sent. 14, Mr. T. C.
Morris and Miss Mary C. litqiutt, huth ol
li'iek Island county.
Tho letter thai brought the announcement-from
ft friend of the parties gave
ns permission to tell the ntory of the love
Hint Biiiniated these two young peoplo a
love that bad been born while yet tho fu
ture of both wns bright with hope; a love
Hint bnd been strengthened by sickness; a
love that culminated in a marriage at the
portals of dcuth. Hut n fear of distressing
the parlies kept ns ailout nt the timo. Now
thnt n greater distress than nny we could
inflict has conic npon the young bride nnd
the bravo soldier's kindred, we niny nlludo
to what we then kept silent on. Hope nml
fenr nre nlike over it can do no harm.
Among the ninny young men who enlist
ed from llock Island county to defend their
country during the war wnsThos. C. Morris,
son of Wm. Morris, of Fdington. He
joined the Forty-fifth Kegiment, and in
time beenuie ft lieutenant. Wheu be left
thn service nnd enme home be had con
tracted nn nflection of tho lungs, which he
thought littlo of, but still eiidcnvnred to
have cured. He won tho nffccliona nnd be
came the accepted lover of Miss I.eqnnU
iu n few months after his return, and only
uwailed a restoration of bis heal Ih to mnrry
her. Hut month after month passed -nenrly
three yenrs wero gone before Morris
begun to realize that he could not he cured
at homo, nud then, acting under advice, be
started lor tho Went to see what ft change
of climate would do. IU began bis jour
n oy about the 1st of July last, nnd in due
time arriveil at Salt Luke City. After vainly
seeking health ill Ihe pure nirof the iiionn
tains, lie found himself sinking, and np
liriscd bis friends that bin case was hope
less. About thn 1st of September ha found the
foil disease was making snob rapid stridisi
Hint if ho would see bis betrothed nlive he
had no time to lose. He telegraphed to
her of bis coiidiliou, nnd with ft woman's
singleness of devotion she left her homo
nnd went to bim. She arrived nt Farming
ton, ft village between thn Facillo llnllroa.l
nud Salt I Hike City, where Morris was stop
ping, on Ihe inoriiingof September I I, ami
on Ihe evening of thu same day thn two
A week or ten dnys afterward Mr. and
Mrs. Morris begun the journey homewiird,
nil hopes ol the air of Utah doing bcnclloiul
to the invalid having been nbnmloned. The
journey was inado by easy stages, frequent
stoppages being made to recruit Iiieutenmil
Morris' strength, which was failing rapidly.
Ou reaching (irand .1 unction, near lies
Moines, Iowa, on Wednesday, the U'.Hh, ho
was much exhausted, nud on being remov
ed from one car to another quietly breathed
bis last. Kind si rangers procured ft collin
for thn remains, and the stricken widow
proceeded on her homeward journey with
fier dead. On the ildlli, just twenty-one
(lavs nil i r the h it it n mnnl, she nrrlved at
F.dingtnn n widow. I.lfo is mndo up of nnd
stories, but lliero nro few moro sad than
I .or is Xai'oi.kivn'h IIoxtK, Of Napole
on's home at St. Cloud a Furis correspond
cut writes: " His Majusly's privato apart-
melius nro most simple, anilcoinprisea bed
room, n drossing-rooni, ami ft cahinrt
travail. If it were not for souvenirs of Na
poleon I. mid Ouuoii Ilortcnsa nobody
would suspect this to be the Emperor's cab
inet. His Majesty indilleroiitly uses (pull
or steel pens; and while be writes bo seat
tors tho rrsiilun of his cignrottcs
on the inksbiud pluto. No people
can be more united than the
thrco chief minutes of thu Fiiluce de SI
('loud; and, when politics and etiqtiottc
cau un lain nsioe, no nnpplrr lather, ninth,
or, ftnd son cnu anywhere exist. The Fm
press nnd 1'rinoo enter tho Kinperor's room
as soou un I elix, thn first valet do chambi o,
bus let thorn know that bis master is nn -
which, jimt now, is giuier.dly between 7
and n. in. M. Conneuu - a irieud rather
thun n phyHiciuu-M. Conti-both u friend
and n secrobiiy-mid (ten. Maleibe, follow
soon after. Tlio l.ilter conies to lukeorders
for the day, including the 'bill ol faro' for
thu b icak last and dinner. Hut nt ull times
the dish is aro of tho simplest dcHcrinliou.
chiefly roast meals, und w hatovcr they nre
ixupoicon in. is always content.
How Finn'. AdAsai. CoNrouNUKii A May-
ok. The orutiun of Frof. Agassi upon
inc cuarncicr oi jiiiinnoKii, delivered iu
HokIoii, liioHdiiy, reminds thu Newark Ad
vertiser of an anecdote never yet put in
print. A pompous mayor of a western
city said to biui that bo bad himself been
deeply interested in natural science, but
the pressure of business had prevented its
pursuit, "i became a bunker, sir, and I
am what i um." The stylo of grandeur in
which mo words were uttered is Indesciib
uhlo. Agassi, immediately recited his own
history; how bis lather had provided ft
nliico iu a bank lor biin on bis leaving col
lege, how be bnd boggej tlrst for quo yenr
moro of study, thou for nunthor, nnd when
be got a third, bia fine was fixed. "And.
Mr. W.,"jutid Agussiz, "if it bud uot been
for that little firmness, I should to-day have
iircii Homing inn a uniixer. nonieiinw,
mo mayor iookou rattier tooip.u.
- Tho Uticn Obuornei givoa tho following
iovo song, wnicii it nays wan written by
an iniiinto of the Statu Iiiinntio Asylum. It
Is u rcmarlcauio production:
daily the tiger eat timed hia guitar,
Serenading the magpie Willi lenthers and tar
Sweetly he sneezed at her, sourly he sighed
"l.ady bird, lady bird, wilt be my bridcV"
Shu lor Ihe elephant sadly had lulled.
Ate but an ox, and then vowed alio hadn't
Curried nu a iiliofiiLn-anh clnse.l In Im i.f.ri
Wrapped up iu lobsters, bunk notes ami
At midnight thu rivals Incl In Ihe whaiu,
And fuiiglii by Ihe light of Hie grasshopper
The elepliaiit atood on hia trunk lo lake
And the tiger cat cosily hugged him lodealh.
Then with a cabbau'O-Htalk 1ml. llv I.n ttn..iu-
"Couie, love, and liead on Ihe lad of my coal'
Mn.t ll.ii... I.l.. ...l . .1. . ....
. .. . ...... .. .,,,, n iiintuilg lor lliee.
He Kioiiued gave a guiglo-a cold corpse
- I wcuty-t wo lirus occurred in Chicaio
Tli0 KhII uutl ll Dilute. ,
Animal u wall u vanelnhla HltiUuuwtirluliyaitsotail
ty tlinr,i fttiiuwiiliMrlo 0liuf tliut IsktM pUc in
Hi I' il. Hut (or ih llowtrn, tlisfuliA4itDd ItMuartM.
ol Um Hulil IhwrtJ U uu Utilp. Ttioir tun tiu cotus nu I
li I hey inn nl. It iitotliurwUa Willi rata. Murium tho
inMHUiOl mviKurt.tiou Itu bn pro? id oil btakill anil
nciuooa. 'lo meruit hia aibauaUU aoerRiea aud fortify
hiiiituir ajtaluU tli diaordara canaralad hy I ha udilan
dtrsaitn of taiuparatura and tha uowbolaauma
khalationa ot Amu ran, 1st bim Urn hia Darvout
aynlHiu, tuviMorat hia liMtiua and nive Jk
la hia a(iMlita Willi I.OSIK'ITKH'H HTUM
AOM Uli ri'Krt. ia -mty than Uo tha mortid
ipiluaaoaa of I ha aeaon faarlativly. 'Iha obilhaa; dim tit
dtw and heavy iu.rolui( uiiaiawill haia no powvr lo
inn Itu him nit i far ami bum, to affttol hia liver, lo diaor
dar hitat'iinaob or bia bowala; to raok hia JuloU with
rbauiiiaiiHui, or toraudar any laUnt alwiutut ol diaovaa
in hia yUiu adiva and daotcuroiia I u tha aullurar
from Kentrat dalnlily, whathar ooDatilutiunal uranaiag
from othar eutuaa,- Una potaal veKetivblo auaolUa la
aaruatlly reoHuuiandad. And lut it b retuetu bored
Uial phyaioal waakuaaa opana tho door to all oialadiea.
Vigor ia tha olntf dafenua of the human alruotur
aKAiniit all aauMw of duoaaa, and lIUHTK'rf'KH'H
HiTl KKH may ha truly prononucatl tha aatekl and
auront of all iu? iirorauta. It ia tha n.ou cDift Qf
vtittolahla tuDiof, and taatltuirahly adapted lolhewanu
aud wunkuauaa uf Iba more dalionte aoi. aa wall a the
at I man ta of man,
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A IlkNTI .k-U tt M asl M M ...
" w "u"i mi duvvnaoiaoi yoaih
ful indiaerMion will, lor the amkeof autJaringhuauuiity
end free to all who ne4 it, Ihe receipt and direutiona
for niakiua Uieairaple remedy hy whiun bewaaoured
Hutferara wiahing Wprottt by the adiertleera eipeil
r.l.lilla. i. lis. t .11 . .
vuwv, vau uw v uf wiuiniiui, in pww ooutldaniM.
'!" . (dar trwat. New York
The no: arland will ehanrritll i.n itru trte t .11
who wiu it lh KtKiipe and lull direction for preparing
aid uiiiiRauiii.leai.d llt-Huilliil (ru malil llului
that will iminwl.aulf riuoa Tn it, Ft vckltte. Ilm-
HKMna, auuui eruiJiiutii ma ituMUrniwaoi
h itiikiu. lawivutK the miuo aolt, oluar, amuoUi and heaa
tklu . lie will .. mi km n. I ant it u . 1.,-, .... I.,.,.- ,.-
duoing, hy vary iiiupia uiuuia, a (.uiuuutii uttowra
Ur BUlllOn a hkill liaart i.r a.. ti l-tt- an I.. 1 1.
thirLydaia from ttrat apploaUou. i lia above can be
obUitiwI by reltiru mad by addrttMiog 'I HOH.
UIJAI'MAN, tihemtat. IM Uiuailwair. Hw VV
Itch! Itch!! Itch!!
SCUA l' II I XI It Alt II It ( HAK II I
Wlissf en's ninlmHf
In fnnn 1(1 to 4H hiinra.
furra The Itch.
Cures Salt Hheam.
cures Bnrbera' Itch,
fares Old Sores.
Cum fvrry kind uf Atesm Hkf
Tries, ino s ti.'t ; by niall.COr.
Ailrtrsna WKI'KS PfrTTKR. I'.S W ...hlntton SI.
rot aala by all llnisalaia floauio. Maaa.
Til R Arirsrur, haTlnc bsan rsstorad te baalth la a
fsw wsska, by avsry afmple rsaiady. aftsr hanaemffsr.
d aSTsral ysara with a tsrsrs Inna a IT actios, ami that
irsat! dltSMS, donanmpUoa-laaniloTia U3 maasknowa
n his fallow nffsrera, tlif maaoa of onra.
I'd all wbo dsalrs it, ba will asnit a opr el tha pra
ariiSiwaail(frsof ohara., wtlb Uia airMUoaa lur
rerln anil gain tha asm, wblob thsy will lad a
loaafiuaa roa, dosanMrrinii, AsTnaia, Haosum.
na.sta. Th. .1.1.01 f iha'ailfsrtlaM laaradisa tha
CrlHKrliillon la lolmnantlha attllolad. and aplsail la
formation which ha aonoslraslo ba lovalnahla; and ha
muss story anSaror Will try hia omoily, as II will sort
tji.m nntblns, and mat prats a lilaaiiait.
Tarll msnalli. prsMirlplifSi, will plsaso addraas
KsT. SOW Allll A. WIIAUN,
WHIIamalianr. Kins. Oionty. Now Totk
8IMIUA SIMIL1BU3 CURANTOK.
II 4 V K l'K(VK, I-ROM TIIK MOST AMPI.K
eipfrianc. an enlirit -hiocmw : Mmpla- from pi
Kin. lunt and Kluin. 'I hy rm the only Meilitifuae
atrfaciiy alKtt4k, in rnpuinr naa- ao inile that m.a
thkm can not ba made in iming t hem ; tv harmleM aa to
be (rte Irmn ninrat, nd tut aflli')nl aa to be aiw(.e
reliable. They him r,., i ha holiwct roinmendatlou
fntm all, and will always render eeuafaeiion
I, Oarea revera, (Jonga- Hon. InfltmmaHnnt).
al Wnrin. Worrn I Mvnr, Vurm Uolto..
V m ,,rm 'oiin or 1 tMitiina: or intama u;
j, ina'rniiwt ut iiiuoreu or Ailone -j
liyttfintiirT, htng. MiHotiaUolic j."t
I litoivra Morbtis, .omitlng
I Itmnbe. loliiii, Hrnnulii'lft. . . . '-V,
Nffi.ra'ftie, Tooth' he. Karflaolie .' id
MfHdftvrhe, Mod Mataiha, Vertigo . . ft
Itniit-fMtst, Hilliie Kuimanli.. -k,
KitiMriMH, or I'tttuftil farioda . "
Whttra, Ino profile I'onotln
I'rrrnp, t!otiT'i. I. (limit Mreathing 5,
Mailt l(htim, h r'a)iplaa, Kruptttut., U ' w,
Hliaiimatinm. Ithnmnaiiln lulna " ' ,.r
AH tht aorr arr fit mi. m I A IX. urtih',Ur'fctionM.
(ntitaimuft duut1 yuantitiftrack, ttr tit
Th "Ihnuing art alsn put up in rialt and art! tut
at th tam pries 1711VM ln-lntn,
Ui, " leferand A no, (.'Mil lver, Agnaa M
IV, " I'ltea. Llm.) or hlMl.ng . f.i
K " Oiithaltny, and Koreor Weak Ky-a. "f.i
I4, J i Varrh. fc-nte nr chmniti, lullnanxa. . bi
m hooping IJohhIi, V rolant IMnub fail
Jl, AM)tnn, iMrfna-d llreAihinir ), im
JJ, I'ar Ihnubargite, hnielr Hearing it
-CI, " rttmfiiia, KtiitrKMl ..iRndfl, Hwnltlnrt ... . fm
'J4, " t.enuraJ tbihiy, t'hrmal Weaknaaa hi
iii, tlriKT, and kUniity KrM'rntionii fct
ti, K iMi-knMe, HitkoMM I rum HTdlpg Ni
iT7, Kiilnry liRitM, l.ravnl fc,
1, ' Ntirvnua linhiiiiy, Keininal Kmiationi, in?ol
tintary IhrutmrirfM 11,1
t, rrtnr- Wnnlincitt, wettirttf ImmI....
:il, I'ainhtl FerioaN, with a.'amne
:ti, Sulterinpin al uhat ve of lire
:CL M Kpilipa Hpa-nmt hi. V it tie' Hanoe. .
y Ihplhene lUoaratad Hore l iiroat. ..
. .1 let
to Wi large viaht moment nr rntewoo,! car,
ctmUtiving a mh.-c Jr rvtry nnhnarv tlnnufi
auiMiy u tuhj'ct tn, ami bikt nj dirnJUmt
Nmaller Family and 'I rnrelmg Oanea, wit'h"!!.!' 1
vil I' roin if fi in
Mparitti a. (nr all hmli lienAai. bi li f.ir outing
and for pravanlife treat meut,in riaUaod dn knt
1 roie i JIO
Cum fturru. Until,, t.ammttt, $rtn't$,8nrr Tkmat
.Srr.MH. 7'NtAi. A', tiara he, Srural'tm, kheutnaittmt
I.umfMifo, oi. Stint), .V..rf .Vf, Hlmhmt of
th .NHifi, four, .SUmntch, ur vj iHfrsi Vurnt, Vlur 't
Old Snr , '
'nr 4 Ml ctt ; in, tl.OO; Quart, f 1.7ft.
Ita Thnw Kam.lif, ei.wpt IMlNU'H KXTKAOT
hy 1 be r km. or atrulo Itu, am writ lo any pun ol v,m
uie,,rtcVh' ' wlrM ,r,' on receipt ol
Aldr.M lliitiiplirry prclftc
lloiiirnpiitlilr ilrdlrln( l ompnnv,
Office and liwt, Ka fiil It no 1 1 wa Y, New York
llr. lll-MniHFYrl la conjnlted ilai'rai Ij'i olfl. a rtr.
tonally or by letter, alxjve, for all forma of dm.. a.,
KOHKAI.RHY A 11. DHUdtllHI'H.
P me a. 10, Ii.t-hitruhajiia ft Van Ht line-k,
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AND NEURALOIA DISSOLVENT.
....-.. . , iu uiaj utiuaiunr I ii in m uri tii Usiat1 flagie
liaailing. but I iiiHMti ttvuiy word ol ii. (haeheu
Uiure. W hon your aytvleui ia racked wil U
tain, aud you cannot even turn ynnrtelf in had, nr ail
ing in a uhair, you utuul nit and anlltir, In the niorun g
wiitliiDK it waa n ia; ut, aud at uighl wishing it waa tuoin
ing ; W hen yuu nave
wiien evety nerve Inyourhoiug ia like the Uing of a
Wavtip, olroolaiiug the nioxt ruuiuon aud hot poll on
around your h-mrt, aul diivinjc yuu Lj Ilia veiy vaiuk ut
otadueaa; Whnyuu have the -oi
Hi lATK A,
(that I hvei uil got tumiijfu with.) Vhl momt awful
moHt huarl wilbormg, inot alronxih lUwiroylug, utob
piriL-brwakiug and iiuud wtiaki.uii.K o kli diaaaaua that
e.u aflliol our poor humau nature: When you have the.
voumelf iu bit ), ami vary movtiiuaHl will vo Ui your
heart like a kuilit ; now lt 100. II r)iol end unra of i y
of tUitaa duuiioa ma ftw data ia aoi th tirwaUal
Mediuai Utewog ol the Age, toll ua what ia I
IM ItKOTIONMTl. IIHIf . .Vniiuflll lath a. t.rlaaair.
ful and throe Niooiiliila of wlor throa tuuoa a day, and
in a few daa every parliulool rhetiuiatiu aud ueuralgiu
pain will bu dieolved and paaa olt by tbu kidijee.
wiauuiaviurea ny nun a t.u nr.nnr.M v,
Kuabn. v. 1hm. .
Wllnr vi.ta titwil .Ifiilluk. h'innl. A I... i ...
A Kiiiilh, , I. Dwyur A Oo( lliiruhaiua A Van holiaauk
Hiirlburt A KtlettlL Tolmau A Kiug, uliuiagi., t,riu A
Hottou, ltioeA KibiiiH, llobwortli A hon, iohineu A
BuiuML. klMwaoktM : MotJulliHjh A M:uiil, iin)1. .
Noyeallioi., ht. Taol; tk.ltiue I V WteaJ
Mnyora llr -a , St. Louie; Aloor A Tatliet, Junker luaii.
4 Hava. riubutine.
l rttau Oy au aruggiaia, itc, (Liu,