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BY ADELINE D. T. WHITNEY.
. in tun Or (Rhine, nt tin twIHgM,
ThPldrturre Oiat T urn
Arc l'a with mimic lnd'ap lrlf?1it
Thau with Hi a ami mji ry,
Whoi-A Uie rmir rlnh and flicker
W ilii 1'tfir pulpltaflntf glow,
1 ar-i-, ntltllttT and rpiirkt r,
Hrait nl.t'd citiiiu and .
And lum ami lhrn with ratftr fl.inin,
a tilth' toiiK"' of 'i;ht
A h -nn what rmt df Klutit.
1 know, with lntin't n ir.- nnd lih:h,
A Miim'whftt nm-t 1 liter;
Kl" a'KMttil tin1 IW ry Impute tlio
In a-li'-a if despair.
Thromh I he rvdlriery I tH-cf-rn
A luraMr nhlti)i;
A f.'fni.i myth ft rottUlMt hum
In orih-nla of lime.
Hnw tli liro-rk yarna anil aMvrrt
t ill the whit-n rwi or It envp !
Till t'f ImM ph h'tp ntit'inivt r.
And iiiiii he Into nlrp I
Till 'mM HiPtliiM of wl'it h.ilhhfpn,
II II tli, ilim ami col.l,
V. 1 i..,. th H-HTrllv, within,
Hi'iirl-ii'Mor, m of old.
A from th" darVrt'rift riri.V
1 ow y tiirnaWMV,
I think liw aoulwol turn aM lo
l lif hn ahliii of the d.r.
Whai a nmrnliiK T-mrdi .ball allr nirili.
Thnitp miw o thctujlit.
Ti ll rathi r1 nVr mir heart of jnin
Tokc.-i their ltfr alight
Hours st Home for October.
"Jlutclien ! Lucifer nnili lie ! Wlio'll
l.iiy my umti In ? ' crieit n jiii-rciiiR vol.'p,
nn I wns onp iiteniinij crrmsiiir; tbe rin
'ipnl Ntroit ol l'mlim: uiul 1 1 in voire,
NtrrtiiKM to Hiiy, evoke a vune reeolleetinu
in my niiinl. I li nkeil ar..uml ijniel;ly to
hi i from wlmiii tlio Knnml prorci (led, lint
lh nrton who iittc.fd il wn liiiMen from
my view liy n crowd which lutd I nthurcil
Ih'Ioio the iiiUuoe nf tlio Count I. . It
w.ih in the jrnr J s 1 2, nnd thinking tlmt
mime iirrrxt (nn rvi iit then milortriiintely
hut too eoniiiii.n) wns tnk i ii l; il ire. I wan
lumiiiR lmtily itwiy, wlieu regain that cry
utitn k my car. "Muti luo ! 1 .ueifi r iniiteli
i s ! Count I. , won't yon liny my umteli
ert '!" An I iik in miil'irin, I opi-neil n n.
sup- Ihronirh I lie crowd without much dif
ficulty, nnd perceived llie Count I,- Hup
portini; in i in arum liU 1 1 r, who hud
fuint.ii - Irom w lint cmne I with ut the mo
ment iiiiulile to Hetcmirn".
Matclnn! I.u -ih r ui.itch, h! l'uy my
miitehcH, ' vepcuti il t'lC mntch-HcIler, w ho
Hti.n.l nt Nome little Miptunce. I lie t outil
i.iim iI liii head, mid nst iiiimnd him n
N'ok in which hatreil an. I liny were njually
t h nded. lie reconie.l lie-, ami li avini;
Ma IcmoiM'ih' I, - to the rare, nfthent
1 lidaiitK, who a1 that mriitient HppeiitN'il nt
the door ol ton J alace, he npproni hed mo,
'living, iu acci uH which ti inhlcd with
tl.e rai;e with which he wan imitated,---
"l.ienleinint M -, I lieu you will ciiiixc
Hint imiteh-Kellcr to he immediiti ty limit
ed: I di noimeo l.uuiu n imiKt ilaii'i roin
l".-l -u n."
"l'.irdou luc, Cimut Ii , I can-
"Vonr duly ohhenyoii," inlernipted he,
without (.'in i ik nn' tiiue to lini h. "I nliall
hold von ri ipon.tiMw for hit Kate custody.
Iu half mi hour I will he wiih yoii to ci
plain my reaKomi, uml to proye to you that
lie in a traitor and iiompirator."
I wiii h'oino, to ri'i'ly, hut ti e I'omiUurn-
d ah niptly away, nt it' tu avoid luithcrdiH-eiu-
ion, and i nn n-. hin i.a'.c,.,
"Iiiieil.r Mat. hev! Iluy my timtchco.
a.nnt !" avain rri. d the individual who had
jtirit I. eti di noiinci d to me,
l.ucdi r mati h. h! ll.iy my mntchcH !"
i. hoed the crowd, with loud lalHs'litcr.
, I nilvaiic. il toward the originator of nil
thin nniHi', nnd m ahout to i. ialiini hy
the lunl.lo condll' t l.illl to the glial d-holIHe,
;.n a di ,liuh, v ol t!..i p'llilic tranipiillity,
'.vhen he tmiii 'l his In ad, nnd, to my ureal
I'Mtoiiixliiiieiit, I 1-. cornized ill hiiu my
eliool-li llmv, (i.'orum 1- , tho youiiK
erhrolhir ol Count I, . '1'hu rct'iieni-
li. u was li, win, i!; hut 1 bcMtat. d a inoui, ut
whether 1 oulit to clulin neipiaint iuce
with no douhtlul a character. At hint I ex
claimed, - -
"Volt hf-iv, in I'adilu, (icnronl V"
"t Inly the last few iIuvk," he replied, it)
a ti'oul'ii il and ilinli eiilcd voice.
"And what are yon iloinj; here?"
"Von e tn hcc; I Hell in iteheH."
"lint the Carnival in over. Why, then,
thW iiianpii -rude 1"
"It ii) no limn pierade," ho answered,
(piietly; "hud I winhed to dinfuiHo niyntll',
1 con id huvudono no much more i Dectual
ly." Ah wn worn Ntill mirroundi d hy the
crowd, I tuked him to iiceompiiiiy mo to
niy hoime, which wan not far distant.
"Is it nn order, or nn invitation? No
mutter," he nddrd hiuldeuly, 1 I uiu rendv
to follow you timer uh unent or prisoner.1'
I'll urriviu' nt my rooms, 1 placed u hottlu
of wine on the tahle, nud Cllinj two hisH
cs, het;eil him to explain hix present ex
tnuiidiiiaiy posit on.
"In other words, you desire to hear my
histoiy," suid he,
"Vi ti, lor to nil nppi nrnnce it in not nn
"liodtorhid thnt it hhould he," lift re
plied; "however, you Khali henr it, nnd I
only wish that I j.jiild puhliah it lhroU(h
out the world."
His fifttun-H Llci;."; fixed und riid; for
mine time lit appean d lost in dark nud
.it in lit 1 reeolleetiouK, hut suddenly pnssiiiii
liix hiiud over his eyet, us it to dispel koiiiu
frihtful dieani, ho uddri Ksed me ill a linn,
thoiifu hitler and Kurcastiu voice: -
'Von know i noiih of my euly life, to he
aware that my hnuher and 1 were never
united 111 that hniid of fraternal love, uf
which people talk so much; an children we
never agreed, nnd uh youn men the, widu
difl'.-rcuru ol our political opinions render
ed lis almost eueuii.-H. My l.rother, for
rensonH ol l.ll own, diiisemhh d his hatred
to the Austrian tovernineiit, and worn the
mask of a (und and Ir-vnl milijert. When
discovered w hat were ids secret sentiinenlH,
heine; uiiuillin to deu nincu hiiu, I ipiitted
Ins rool and ceased to trouhle inys. It with
him or his family. Would to ' oil ho had
followed the name line of con, old toward
ine ! -it would huvu heeii I.. Hi r for us all.
ilHNtoppetl, null overwhelmed hy Mm
I. liter tmiiiLjhtri w hich crowded to his mind,
hut alter a pause, recovered hiuiself und
"I ohluinid nn uppoinluieut in the War
(Min e, anil tor souie tune the current el uiy
uiu wiih caiin nun jieaceiui, j nen cniiie
brief period ol supreme happiness. 1 loved,
deeply and truly, and I was beloved. Iu
tew short month ltosmit win to be mine,
I only Wailed tu Celebrate our IllllitialH, nil
td my iniijorily should uo mo tho riuhtol
doine; no, without thu coiiKcut of my broth
er, who Htront;ly opposed my intended niar-
rinLe. 1'iai Woiii.i n ivii loreeil me to con
tract au alliance with the rich und noble
family of U , hoping thus to uuniuent
bis own power niiiluillueiice, OneevelilllL',
on goiiio to pay my aeeiistomi'd visit to
Komi m, j Ion ml witli her n certain llroi'lio,
one ol my brother s civalilrcs. A;ilated
una alarao-.l, Kjsina threw hersell into uiy
uilu.'i, nud besought me with tears to Have
her from the insults of llro(,dio. Furious
with rni;, I rushed upon the miscreant,
who wan h avmi the loom as oiiiellv um
pnsuihle, nud forced li 1 in down the stairs
Wltn SI lil'U U viol, lien thai lie It II, uml sus
tained soma severe bruisim. A lew weeks
after this incident I received a letter lioui
linn, returniU).;, with liiluoinu nnd exn'xer
uted thanks, a hnuk-iiolo for a hundred
florins, which I had lent hlui some timo
before. ThU loan had quite escaped my
memory, nud unfortunately, Uiud not mude
it out of my own purse. When HriH(lio
had called ut my olUee to usk ma for the
money, of which lie had instant need, I
hail not ho much of my own with me, but I
did not hesitate to take it from the cash io
tiusUd to my oare, intending to replace it
tssrly the next uiorning -nothing was
more easy; but on receiving liroglio's
Jetter, it struck uie that I had never repaid
tho money. To xci.o the ik cesmry snni,
to rush to tho office, win inv first thonht,
but it was already too late; the admiration,
warned bv an auonymon letter that niy
accounts were not in order, had caused
them to he v. rUied an hour before, I was
arrested, tried, nnd condemned to aix years'
olitarv conOuemenk The only erace that
was accorded lne, was the permission
bid adieu to ItoHina, who, nearly mail with
ttrief and indiinntion, could only awenr au
eternal fidelity. It is useless to describe
von mv snlleriiiL'S durinir those nix lonu
years. At last I was free! My first Im
pulse was to see Hosina. I hurried to her
abode- all was silent and deserted, I de-
mnnded her new address.
"Tomb Number T, in the catacombs of
the cemetery, wiu the answer.
' I did not even tremble nt this terrible
news liosinn was dead, and I thanked
Heaven for it, Had she lived to partake
my sad destiny, I felt I should only hnve
condemned her to s slower nud more cruei
dentil. I went lianouiily to the chinch
yard; I passed two days and nights kneel-
Ins belore lirr toiun; tiie thinl Uav 1 re
turned to the city. I wuit toaeamytrieints,
hut I had forgotten that though the law nc
cords panloii to the criminal who has ex
piat"d his fault, society is not so mere ilul,
and 1 wns everywhere received as a thief.
I presented myself n mv brother's, only to
ho shown tho door bv his lackeys. This
did not astonish mc; 1 foresaw what r cep-
tion awaited me, and my visit was only
made ns a matter of etiquette. I should
have been sorry to deprive him of such nn
opportunity of mnnitcstinp; his brotherly
love. tililiL'eii to work lor my itaily tirenil,
I obtained the necessary authority to Hell
matchev iu the streets. I install! d In) sell
before the palace ol my brother, and every
time that lie or any of his latnily appeared
in the street, 1 hastened to oiler tueni my
mntehes. His wifo ami iliniL'liter were soon
at raid to show themselves; but the Count,
whose breast never knew either shame or
pity, continued day alter day to support
this outrage w ith a front of steel. The
people whom these scenes amused were
soon interested in me, und, w hen my rela
tionship with the Count became known.
dclic,hicdin hooting nnd insulting him;nnd
to this expression of public let lniK my
brother appeared more sensible. He then
tried to lmvo uie driven away by tho po
lice. This plan not succeeding, he sent to
proposo to mc the most brilliant oilers if 1
would consent to unit I'adilu; but inv new
position suited me; I held to lny post and
sold my matches, lliolio, Who inhabits
the palace of the Count, was so nlrsid ol
meeting me, that as long as I wns heloic it
he never dared leavo the house.
"I have now related my history. What
think you of tho scene yon witnessed this
I on much moved to reply, I could only
murmur, "1'oor (leorKes : 1 was still
ousiderini? in what terms I could console
him, and induce him to renouueo his plan
of revenue, when there was a knock at the
door, and the Connt entered. On perceiv
ing his brother he started back. I roso
and went forward to meet him, hopini; to
seize a moment fli which to reconcile the
two brothers; hut the furious Kliiiire with
which the Count regarded us soon con
vinced me that niy i llorts would ho vain.
(jeoivjes, who remained quietly seated,
asked his brother if he desired to purchase
some matches. 1 lie latter, without reply
inc. nnd tin lied to lne and said hastily, ---"The
miserable man w ho sit there is guilty
of treason; he has uriiiH concealed iu his
house, and he distributes them sccivtly in
"Ah !" ericil (!eorc;cB, "you know where
I live ?" The Count wns silent. This que.
Hon seemed to embarrass him (:reatly. I
repeated it, nnd beyed hiiu to Uiitne tho
abode of his brother.
"It is only to-day that I lmvo discover
ed his K'lilly iiit'.ntioiis, by an ui:oi vinous
letter which does not ive lne his address;
but I shall Soon know it; I have ordered
my people to find it nut, nnd to briii(j it me
lu re," said ho ut lennth.
"Truly," replied (ieorjfcs, your plan is
well conceived, Count L ! So you have
Kiveii the anus to your creatures, und when
Ih'ey have depoiit. d them in my chamber,
they will hasten hero uml iiiiiiouncu the
success ol your project."
"H is a pity.' continued (icorycj, "that
yon should have taken so much trouble. -
.nothiiiR would have been easier than to
u-sk me inv address. However, I will oive
it yon at leaM niy summer residence, for
it u only in winter 1 inhabit the town. I
sleep every niht at tho foot of Tom h No.
Ill the cemetery.
The Count turned r ale ns dentin and
(rnsped at the buck ol a chair for support,
hut recovering himself, said hastily,
'T see plainly I can make no iinpressiou
here, I shall carry lny complaint tlse-
w here," and he strode towards the door. I
"i.xcuso me, Couut L . mv dutv oh.
lics mc to nrrest you."
"Arrest mo ! cried he, iusolent.
"Ye," I replied; "I am convinced v on
are the only traitor here."
J lie l ouut retreated towards the w indow.
but finding there was no escape iu that
quarter, he turned upon me, und a violent
s ruKKlo ensued. At last, with the aid of
my domestic, he was secured, GeoreM re
muiuiiifj motionless ns if unwilling to aid
iu the capture of his brother. 1 invited
him to make my house his hone. but. in
reply, he only demanded ubrtiptly if he had
ueeu mo moans oi iieuounciiiK his brother.
I uaNiired him that the Count hud betrayed
himself. The end proved that mv suspi
cious were woll founded; in his paluce was
louiiu an immense nuinbei o: nrmii of nil
kinds, and his pupem disclosed thu exist
ence of u conspiracy with most extensive
riimitlcutloiis. Jiroylio and threo others of
his class were nrreated, and, und with tho
Count Sj , were tried, found guilty, nud
shot within twenty-four hours ulterwurdn.
- - -
Gooses continued to live with tue, but
he had uuilorvouo a preat chnnne; hn would
remain for hours without speaking, nud I
began to feiir that his reason was ulfec ti-d.
Ahout u week utter the execution td his
brother, ou returning homo one eveniiu.', I
found him snhVriui tho most terrible pain.
Notwithstanding his agony hn tittered no
complaint, no sigh escaped hiiu. .lust be-
mi his iliatli he exclaimed. 'Taidon. l.ar-
don, t) iod!" uml, with the iiameof Uos-
ii.a on his lips, he expired.
I.ong years have passed since then. As
far us 1 could understand from the few
words he let fall, he looked upon hiinsellas
the murderer of bin brother, uml unable, to
endure this terrible idea, the milium. v man
had steeped the etuis of his mutches in red
wine, and drank oil the poisoned draught,
Transmission of Mental Disease.
I)r. Charles Klani, au Kiu-hnh nlivsiciun
has just published u book iu which iuedu.,,1
problems uru discussed. Of the transuiis-
sum ol mental disorders, he miyh:
There is no lonn of heritage more rn-
marKalilu lUali that of the tenduiicv to sni
cide w ithout nny other inaiks of aberration
ol intellect. Dr. VMnslow relates the case of
a family where all the members exhihted.
when they arrived ut n certain uge, a desire
to commit si ll-deslriletion; to iiocomplisn
which, the greatest ingenuity und industry
were nianlchted. Dr. Uall relates a very
striking instance of seveu children of one
mun who till enjoyed u competency and
good health, yet ull possessed a rngo for
Niiiciiie, umi nil yicKiea to it within thirlv
or forty years. "Home hanged, some
drowned themselves, und others blew out
their bruins." Many other exaiunb ofihu
name tendency nro brought forward by the
same writer, i may nun one case to the
above from my own experience. Hitting
oun uay wiiu un Hcqiiuiutaucc, 1 noticed
some d. preiuioii in his spirits. After a pro
longed silence, he broke out into the fol
lowing drenry uttemiit nt conversation:
"My grandfather hung himself, mv uncle
took poison, nijy lather shot himself, I shall
i ill ui J fcijiunu I n in. in ntau uoi reel,
hut cousluuc Hiirveillauee prevented the
sequel iu uih own history.
IIoast Nuck or Mutton. Tuke a trnod
neck of a fat sheep, as fresh nu possible;
put it iu an enrtueu pun; pour over it a bot
tle ol claret; leusou with salt and neiiuer.
aud leave to soak four-uud-twenty hours;
put ii to roust, naming it with the wine.
with a little butter. After cooking, nerve
wim uie gravy nuparme.
THE REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER
A Lesson from Wall Street Gambling.
On Sunday Inst
riymouth C'hnrch, a serruun bearing on the
recent gambling operation in Wall Street,
Ho rend his text from Matthew, (Ith chap
ter, l!Hh nnd 20th verses:
"Lay not up for yourselves treasures
upon earth, where moth and rust doth cor
rupt, and where thieves break through and
steal; lint lay np for yourselves treasures
in heaven, where neither moth nor rust
dolh corrupt nor thieves break through
, The desire to lay up property is a dis
tinguishing difference between the human
and animal nature, t'p to n certain point
the pursuit of wealth is made by Trovi
rlence a means for obtaining happiness and
prosperity. There is a general impression
ninong men that riches con make one per
fectly happy if they are not misused. Oth
er" think that they alone are not capable
of making a man truly happy. Ho they
are hi Ruining to tlimk over tlio way (in
Wall street). Smne of the best men on this
continent are found in New Y'ork, Hus
ton, Philadelphia, nnd iu Washington.
The nenrcra good man lives tohell, if hois
good, the better he is. There are as good
mm iu Wall street as ever breathed,
but they don't walk iu platoons. It moans
something for a virtnons man to he upright
in the midst of temptation. Jinny ol you
are here while tho banks are closed, and
you agrco with tho gopol that riches are
good while they do not go higher than the
nocket People listen to sermons with
great interest ou Sunday, Iml th next day
they ridicule them, and not unfreqnently
they say, "My minister told mc that riches
make nien uu'hnppy; well, I think Hint 1
can bear n great many troubles for half n
million. I know that the pursuit of wenllh
is dangerous, but I like danger." The
Lord docs not teach thnt to seek
riches is wicked, but that the lov
ers or trutu and ol happiness cannot
he filled by rhhes alone. The divine com
uiiimhnt is; First seek tho Kingdom of
Heaven, nnd ull tho rest shall be added.
The treasures spoken of by Christ are not
such treasures as men run nfteriuWall
street. They nro not left behind when we
leave this world, but they always go w ith
us. Death is n great Mrniucr, uml ull of
the riches of meu are left ut the grave.
Neither gold nor the appetites can be
earned through. Mun walk ns kings
down to the dust, but ns beggars thereaiter.
Reason is apart of immortality, and it will
xtend In von. I the portals ol il. atii. as
wo have trained the mind here, so we shall
begin with it in the other life. No person
who has ever inrele his luglier nature re
splendent hero will ever lose it iu the world
to come. It is impossible for a man to
hide his good works, even on eiiith. lie
might ns well attempt to put the sun in n
link lantern. Aspiration is vital.- It is
that winch tends to iiuiUe n thought larger,
to lead n mail higher, and it is et. rnal.
Love, however, is the grent Ireiisnre-house
of (led and man. It tills the universe.
There is no hell that can hold love, nnd
even ttoil himself cannot mnks love misera
ble. Wherever love exists theie is lienvun.
No thieves get there, and where there are
no thieves there is certainly hi aven. Those
who seek the baseness of this larlh have
no room for heaven.
They give the noblest part of their na
ture for the things which are coirupt. You
abhor the men who have the orphans' por
tion iu tru .t nud sell it for their own ag
grandizement. Yet yon do things just ns
bad. W hen you aell the noblest part ol
your nature you are .hulas. When you var
iiisb a man with smiles, that you may en
rich yourself at his expense, jou sell your
self lor thirty pieces ol silver. What can
a mull gain that exchanges the purity of
his own soul for gold .' Largo bi lls ura al
ways poorly enst, nud soomr or later thry
crack. Our overgrown rich men are like
these big bells', fnli of flaws, and they Konn
loie nil the sweetness th' y ever possenseil.
Deuth is (lod's bankrupt court, where men
ale cleared of their debts uml of their
riches, and when tin y go through the gate
opening into the other lile they have not
enough to pay their ferriage over. In
closing, Mr. 1 leech or said: "I do not say
these things professional ly.uor do I preach
beniuse it is my business. I do it because
I want to -tor the reason that the birds
want to kIii;, 1 would preach, salary or no
Kularv, whether the audience was huge or
small. I speak to Jim ns a flii lid el these
things that intimately concern your hap
.iues h-re nnd hereafter."
An Englishman's Appreciation of Yankee
From the Buffalo Express.
Tho perversity with which some people
adhere to the Queen's English, utteily re.
tusiiig to comprehend the modern style
nt rhutorie, as found iu the terso sii'lilll-
ciint phrases and sentences of every day
business conversation, very often proves
sorely trying to tho pntieuco of those
adepts in Yankee slang nud pointed nb-
lirevuitions. A good story is related by n
well-known lake captain who has been
running a llulbilo propeller for several
years pant. Some tiuio binco he had
among his passengers from this city a
wealthy, honest hearted, hut rather irasci
ble son of "Hold llengland," who hud but
recently arrived over from flreut Hrituiu,
uud w as going to Toledo to visit a mm l ied
daughter. The day alter his arrival iu that
city, while lulling u walk about the town
w ith Captain , he observed a lot of
tine hornusou sale exhibition, nud desiring
to iireseut his daughter and son-in-law with
something iu that line, he stepped np nnd
priced ou or two of tho animals. The
owner immediately stepped np and gave
umi the ngures.
"'Our much lib) this'u?" polntiii" ton
sleek docilo mure.
"Will she niuko a good bugi'v horse?"
asked the Englishman.
' ton bet! cuuie in un omphalic tone
oiu the Jockey.
"llet! What do you menu? Hi don't
want to bet; hi want to buy the 'aim-, if hi
To this tho dealer ill boric, flesh made
no answer, und alter a moment or two of
critical examination, our wealthy friend re-
Hi don't think sho will hanswer for u
family 'orse. ,'
' I've got slumps us says she ain't got no
super'r ns a family 'orse in this city," re-
plied the irntnted owner,
".Stamps ! Who is Stamps? Hi don't
care w'at Slumps says; hi Know u good
orse w in hi see one uh well as Stamps hor
liimy bother person," sharply resp inded
"Oh, well, no," (laid the jockey nxmiuuug
a conciliatory toue, "take another look ut
this luiimol. Why she was just made for
"Made for me, you puppy !" blustered
tho excitable Johnny Hull, 'Ow could that
haniiuul 'uve been inailu for uie? Why, hi
'uveu't bin hill this Vro blasted cuiiiitry
line weeks yet !"
Tiik drought Hint now prevails nhuoi.t
every yenr iu India, it is stuted, is caused
by the stripping of the country of tho trces
iu consequence of the increased demand lor
timber for making railroad ties. It is an
serted that the uctuul quantity of rail! bus
diminished ill the plains; that the clouds
break only on the hills, und that tho rain
fall, instead of fertilizing the hind, is wasted
in rushing Hoods, which deposit more sand
than fructifying soil. The volume of water
ill the rivers has decreased; the level
water ill thu wells has l .ceded, and the
slightest delay or failure in the iinniial sup.
ply is fatal to tho crops of tho year, Thu
remedy proposed is thu eiicouiiigeineiit
tho pl.iutiiii of trees by private enterprise,
as well as the cultivation of the forests
t le Uovermueiit.
-The most lumurkuble railroad in fiur
niai'y uud Eiironu is the new lllack Forest
road, which will bo completed within four
years. Between Jfornberg und St. (leorge,
situated 'I. 70 feet above the level ol the
sioi, uud but 4 miles distant from Hornherg
the railroad ascends nearly 211110 feet, uud
passes through U7.UO0 feet ol tunnels; 11,
ODO feet of the latter have been completed
during the lust two years. The truly Cy
clopean work ou tho road is progressing
rapidly, nnd attracting thousands ol visit
ors, who flock together from ull parts
Houthero Ueimuny and Hwilzeiluud.
FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
The Wat to IIijinkrt Honsrs. lint lew
persona comparatively understand how to
iippiy a lilanket to a horse to prevent linn
Irom contracting a cold. We freqiuntly
see the blanket folded donble nnd across
tho animal's back, leaving thoso parts cf
the body which need protection entirely
exposed to the cold.
Those parts of tho body of a horso w hich
surround the lungs require the benefit of a
lilanket In preference to its Hunks and
rump. When we nro exposed to a current
of cold air, to guard against any injury from
contracting cold, we shield our shoulders,
neck, chest nnd back. If these parts be
protected, the lower part of the body w
endure a degree of cold more intense, w ith
out any injury to the body, than if the lungs
w ere not kept warm with suitable covering.
The same thinghnldsgood in the protection
of horses. The blanket should cover the
neck, withers, and shoulders, and brought
nronnd the breast and buttoned or buckled
together as closely as a man buttons his over
coat when about to face a driving storm.
Iiet tho IniiASof a horso be well protected
with n heavy blanket, nnd ho will pcldotn
contract a cold, even if the hindmost purls
rl his body are not covered. Many of our
best teamsters protect tho breasts of their
horses by a piece of cloth nbont two feet
sqnnrc, banging down from the lower end
ol the collar. This is nn excellent practice
in cold weather, ns tho most important
part of tho aniinnl is constantly sheltered
Irom the cold wind, especially when travel
ing toward a Blrong current. Tho for
ward end of horso blrnkets should be
niado ns closely nronnd the breast of n
horso ns our garments fit our bodies.
Most horses take cold as men, if not
blanketed whilo standing after exercising
sulllrietitly to produce perspiration. Ho
long as the horse is kept in motion, there
is httlo diinger of his sullering, from cold;
hut ullow him to stand for n low miimb s
without n blanket to protect his shoulders
ind lungs, and he will tuko cold sooner
than men. Et.
I'nr.siii.MSii Eons. At a late meeting of
tlm Western New York farmers' Ciiib, Mr.
Oiihhy, us reported bv the American Fat.
mer, gives his methnii of preserving eggs,
con idcrihg it timely, ns tho season tor
packing for winter Uso is at hand. His
practice is to gather the eggs from the nett,
and when two or three dozen nre obtained,
to place tin m in a dish and pour scalding
water ovi r them, und immediately turn it
oil'. This process is repented three times,
by which melius tho albumen is fixed or
coagulated, tho pores of the shell closed,
and the egg. us it were, canned in its own
covering. Thus prepared, tho eggs are
ready to be packed nw uv in the cask design
ed to hold them for future use. Spn ud a
l.ner of salt over tho bottom of the cask or
crock, MUlieicnt to steady the eggs, and
then set th. in in a circle, apex downward,
till the Kinlaco is covered with eggs. Add
more salt, and proceed as before till tho
cask li filled- the top layer being covered
with k dt tor tho exclusion of the air. 1'nt
down this way, eggs will keep ns fresh ns
hen first laid, for u long time. They hnve
been found as fresh at the end of the year
as when first laid, with no perceptible
change iu their flavor.
Tiik Stock Hiiort.ii Oovrns tiik F.mim
inii. - Hog raising demands a certain kind
of farming; horse raising another, nud
sheep raiding thu third nnd very dill'ereiit
one. For hogs, you want small fields for
clover, rye, outs, corn and roots; low aud
close tehees; numerous pens, a feed house
with st. iiiiiing apparatus nud illiberal sup
ply of fixed and movable troughs. For
she. p, yon want Hnveinl postmen of liue
grasi, some hilly ground, root und corn
and o d crops, bams of a peculiar model,
low sheds, folds, combined feed troughs
and mangers, a meshing room, and if yon
can git it, n clear stream from some moun
tain source. For horses nud nmlcs, yon
want corn and oat fields, moadowj, pas
tures, stables, sheds, hay-barns, dry-yards,
and for tho brood males, paddocks with
shed tables. Tho fences should bo strong
and high and the iuclosures of the yai.ls
should hnvo tho resisting power of the
stockades of a fortress. So peculiar nro
tho improvements nnd the farming requir
ed by inch class of stock, that the traveler
living by ou a railroad car is ut no loss to
tell, nt a glance, what the leading stuck iu
ou each farm hu passes.
CniE foii Siuxp-OiiAsiNo Doos A large
deer hound of mine, or rather of my la
ther's, (a pri.e winner at Hiruiingiiutn),
with not being well looked niter got into
the habit of chasing sheep, uud killed them
too, whenever ho hud un opportunity. Ho
was sharply corrected nnd kept chained up
for some days, hut when taken out lie was
as bad au ever. My father happily remem
bered how he hud cured a large retricvi r of
the same sin tlve-idid thirty years before,
and we have, I uiu pleased to say, made a
perfect euro of my deer hound. After one
of his chases he wns takeu up to tho sheep
farm, securely tied between two old Scotch
rams, nud then let loose in the yard. No
sooner were they let loose, than nil three
being good jumpers, they cleared the wall,
nud the dog was drugged about the park
till ali threo wore dead tired. Tho poor
fellow was taken home, nnd I can assure
you hhecp-chnsiug is now the very liiht
thing of ull others that he ever thinks of.
t'urrtsponJenre nll'l 'iVdi.
Ktoiuno Potatoes. If potatoes nre to be
stored iu a cellar, it must lie either natural
ly dry or nindo so hy proper druiungo. Tho
potatoes ought also to hu dry when put in
to it -that is, they should lie for un hour
or two ut least after digging before they nro
carted to tho cellar. It makes them clean
er, of course, to knock ull the dirt from
them while picking them up, and keep that
w hich kettles to the wagon door from going
in the cellar with them; but they will kuep
better in the bin if these precautions urn
not taken, und a considerable portion ol
diy eiuth is allowed to go with them.
Health of School Children.
achusetts, having for a long time consider
ed the iiilliu nee of public schools on the
health of children, uiithorized thu publica
tion of the following facts us the opinions
of itH members:
1. No child should be allowed to attend
school before tho beginning of his sixth
t. ho duration or dully attendance -including
the lime given to recess and
physical exercises- should not exceed four
i. ml u half hours lor the primary schools;
live uud a half for other schools.
11. There should be no study required
out of school -unless at High Schools; and
this should not exceed one hour.
4. iheesH-tima should ho devoted to
play oulsido of the school room unless
during stormy weather nud us this time
rightlully belongs to tho pupils, they should
not nu deprived ol It except lor serious of
fences; uud those who aro not deprived of
it should not bo allowed to hi. end it iu
study, uud no child should ever bucoiilln.
ed to the school room during au Chtiruses
sion. The minimum of reeess-time should
be liitecu minutes such session, uud iu nri
niftiy schools there should be more thuu
one recess iu each session.
ft. I'hysicnl exercise should be used iu
school to prevent nervous und muscular fa,
liguo ami to relievo monotony, but not us
muscular training. It should he niueticed
by both Uacheraiid children iu every hour
not broken by recess, nnd should bo timed
by music. In primary schools every hall
hour should bo broken by exercise, recess
ti. V. nidation should be nmiily pro
vided for by oilier lueuns than by open
windows, though these should be iisid in
addition to special menus during recess ami
7. Lessons should be he scrupulously
apportioned to the average capacity of the
pupils; snd iu primary schools the slate
should be used more and the hooks less;
uud the instruction should be given us
uiuch us possible on the principles of "ob
- Instead of (saving that a mun is "tight"
in Chicago, the reporters there buy thut he
is a "victim of bacchanalian Muuiodera-ion."
Omaha has a population estimated at
All Iowa orchard contains sixty thous
and hearing apple tree
--Dexter is so I'unied Irom his habit of
putting tho right toot foremost.
- Some one calculates that an aero of
buckwheat yields fourteen pounds nf honey
There is a school teacher in the employ
of the city of lioston w ho has served for
over 10 years.
- More than $!l.".,non,n0O worth of boots
and shoes will be niimuliiclured iu Massa
chusetts the present year.
A hid died ill Albany n few days since
frtr.o paralysis paused by a dose of whisky
given to stimulate him whilo ill.
- A temperance lecturer has started from
Kimsns with tho declared intention ol walk.
ins to Augusta, Me., nnd delivering n lee
ture on temperance every evening while on
.Til h;c Sawyer, ol the District Court of
California, bus decided that ( lnnese testl
luoiiy is admissible against while men un
der the fourteenth amendment to the Fed
A single St. Joseph firm has sold dur
ing the season 1150,00(1 quart berry boxes,
0 OHO hull bushel berry cases, and their
mob a of peach packings w ill amount to SO,
IhKI bnskcts nnd IIO.OOO boxes
A child threo veins old, of A. P. Sedg
wick, of Weymouth, Medina county, Ohio,
swallowed il shingle nail which lodged in
its throat, and remained there, for tliirlj-
two days. In nn tff irtol coughing the
nail was thrown out.
A Chicago impel' says: "A prominent
actor who is hot linn l ied; and nn equally
prominent netri ss who is married, last Hun-
ilnv evening, terminated a short though tol
erably brilliant wi stern season by nulling
baggage and eloping."
Iu lioston, the other day, n girl dashed
vitriol in a young man's lace and complete
ly distrov.'d his eyes (ho is now nu inmate
of an asylum for ihe blind), because ho rc
fusod to iicknow ledge himself tho father of
her illegitimate child.
Heccntlvn two-year old colt, in Phil
lips, Mc, was found literally stuck full of
porcupine quills. Hu was caught, und
seven meu with nippers woiked upou him
n considerable portion of the day to free
linn 1 1 iml his torment.
Hich placer . diggings havo recently
been discovered northwest of Helena, Mon
tana, hut the Indians were so troublesome
that the miners have thus fur been tillable
to work the new mines, which aro said to
he of surpassing richncts.
Louisa Muhlbnch, the novelist, iscom-
im; to America next spring, with her daugh
ters, Theodoia and i'n drika Miindt, the
former of w horn is an actress of repute and
has been for some time studying English
with the purpose of appearing mionrstage.
- The Troy Whig has niadeii calculation
from w hich il appears that enough rain
fell in llensseliier and Albany counties on
Sunday aud Monday of last week to supply
very man. woman and child upon ihe lace
of tiie earth with two an I a half gallons ol
w ater per day for a year.
--lis dang, rain bu.iuess spalliing the
Map'.ewood Institute girls nt Piltsllehl,
Mass , this fall. Ilev. C. V. Spear, the
Principal, advertises that his grounds nre
protected with powder nnd ball, and ex-
p. cts the "cousins" ol his fair pupils to
tako duo warning.
- - A parly which recently went to thu up
per waters ol the l ilia on u fishing exciir-
Hon, not finding the sport with hook und
line siiU'u'ieutly exciting, exploded a small
liargeol giant powder in tlio wilier. The
fleet was ast. n,i- hinrr nil thu tlsh iu the
iiuiiiedi.de vicinity, large and small, being
im talitlv killed.
'Him," the Chief of tho Washoe In
dians, is dead. A newspaper published
uiiioug tho lioeky Mountains says of hiiu
obituarilv: "Ho was a good, though very
lift V red loan. Ho possessed il well-
balanced head of huir.uud stomach enough
for ull ho could get to eat. His regard lor
the truth w as notable - ho never meddled
with it. Ho left no will, nud his estate
consisted of u pair of boots."
- The New Y'ork Tribune of the (Uh
says: " It is said I hut deling the past six
weeks iii HI head ol cattle which arrived 111
b rsi y City from Texas, und which were af
flicted with the Spanish fever, havo been
sold to hirmei s throughout the State nt t i
a head, end are now spreading the pesti
lence among all the cattle iu their diilereiit
localities, J hu State Society holds Colonel
lllack, Slate Inspector, responsible."
- Priico Arthur was, ou Friday, made a
Chief ol tho Mohawks, ut their village near
lhaiitford, Canada. Ho was inducted into
the honor by ono of the Chiefs of the Kix
Nations, a descendant of tho celebrated
Irani. His older brothers hnvo ulso been
null) Chief's of thin tribe. He wns nai'.icd
The Flying S in," because, "like tho sun,
i is flying IP nu K i d to West over tho vast
di. minions ol his mother."
- -The following 'personal" advertise-
nicLt uppearH in n New York paper:
'She-'id tiiw ot!0H meet the eye of nny
person who has re. ently been bermved by
stock sp. otilatioiiH ilnl is tainted with pugil
istic ubilily, who feels that his life is noth
ing to hiiu, uml is willing to sculp any ono,
iu hopes of retrieving his losses, nud if
necessary enter the prize-ring (ns has been
done us a last resort to raise thu wiud),
he will learn something to his advantage by
addressing J, Mace."
An Adirondack correspondent tells a
good story illustrative of the responsibility
of travelers in that region for introducing
tho vices of "ivilizalion. A gentleman who
had a good supply of liquor in his camp
was generous enough to treat his guide,
This unsophisticated forester got so furi
ously drunk that his employer was afraid
to Ktay in eauip with him, uud essayed to
get nwuy; but his gnido intercepted him,
and forced hiiu nt the point of the pistol to
low thu host, with tue guide ns pusscngcr,
nil the w ly to thu next inn.
Dr. II iv. s intends In h ud un expedi
tion toward "tho open Polar Sia," next
- Tim King of Prussia Ins '.ID horses,
Emperor Louis Napoleon HO, the Sultan
(leorge W. FUhhach, editor of the Ht.
Louis Democrat, has gone to Europe with
his invalid wife.
(lov. Walker, of Virginia, who !h only
'17 years old, is the youngest ioycrnor the
Slate has ever had.
Pollard proposes to buy nn tho Nu
tional Intelligencer, to make it A model
- Dr. Hhellon Mackenzie says that By
ron s autobiography, w inch Moore homed,
"will yet see thu light.
Professor Plot promises to superintend
the kitchen of the Cumhtidgu co-operutivs
house-kef pcrs in person.
- Lady Me bourne, I-udy Palinoiston's
mother, was the sister of Sir Kalpli .Mil
banke, the lather of Lady Noel llyion.
- Mrs. Ktowo's reply to her assailants
Will probably make u small volume. It will
be piililinlied hy f ields, Osgood iX Co,
- W hen Mark Twain wrote his first nr.
tide, it California publisher told him that
he hadn't brains euough to keep a Uiule
going hiruigni uiieud iu a leu acre lot.
- Mrs. Eva Lancaster, of Navnsota, Tex
as, is now running three institutions her
sell the Navtoiota Kinger (newspaper 1,
millinery shop, ami u cradle with a fretdi
Mr. und Mrs. A. T. Stewart are inak
ing extensive preparations foi opening their
new iiueeii hundred thousand dollar reel
deuce. T hey will exhibit ou the occasion
a table nervine of solid silver, lined with
gold, uud costing about eight thousand
A Paris correspondent writes thnt Miss
Vihhio ileum is nt woik on busts of Pore
Ilyaciiithe, Ocuorul I reuiont. aud Mr. Mer.
edith Head, our consul ut Paris. She
also to have silting with Mr. Wusbburue
nud Cliistuve Dore, but leaves Paris for
Home this mouth.
Truth Stranger than Fiction-Singular
Incident at a Funeral.
From the Cincinnati Enquirer, Oct. 12.
Ou last 'Saturday, in a little country
church near this city, a humble village par
son was praachinff tiie funeral sermon of
nn old man, who had lived mora than his
three score and ten, and who bad finally
laid down life's bunion and joined his
fathers. Whilo the religious exercises
were progressing, two young men passed
the door of the church; one, a youth of
25 summers, proposed to go In and "see
whom they wore about to plant" (to use
his own words). They entered, and as
they did so, the little congregation were
about to take a Inst look at tiie still pale
face of the deceased, and the yon III joined
tho melancholy procession. They paused
a moment nt the bier, when the one who
had proposed that they shonld enter
the church nnd "nee whom they were
nbont to plant," bent down over the colllu
and gave signs of the most poignant grief.
He wept bitterly and refused to leave Uie
coffin. Homo one suggested to him to pass
on, when ho sold, "This is my father- how
came he bore?"
The sequel is soon told. At the begin
ning of tho war the youth had enlisted in
an Indiana regiment and had remained in
the service till the last battle. Ho had
been mustered out, bad takeu employment
in Maryland, and remained in that state
until a few days since, wheu he started
homo to see his nged parent. Kn route he
had stopped in tl.o village to visit a com
rade wlm had gone through tho war with
him. Tho two, iu Inking a wnlk, passed
the church iu which the funeral service of
John Slnyton was proceeding, and by some
strange iiillucnco young Slavton had been
led to enter tho church, when the sight ol
his father's lifeless form gave him the first
intimation that he was fatherless. The
elder Slayton Und moved to Ohio during
the last fuw years ol his son's absence, nnd
hud, niter a lingering Ulceus, died. Truly.
truth is stranger than fiction.
Tiik following Western patents wore
granted by the Commissioner ol Patents
lor tho week ending Oct 0, IMi.'.t, an report
ed hy Furwell, Ellsworth A Co., solicitors
of American and Foreign patents, and coun
selors In patent causes, r.rj J.nke street,
Rinding fliiide for Sewing Machines- E. F.
Tlirealiiue Machine - D. Ctilill.bell. tmliini
llsine Fast nor -J. Clemli'iilug, Hod, for, 1.
Iluy linker and Ladder Newton Farluw.
1 1 hi row- Graves Parrel), Ashmore.
1'iess lor Collin Topi - A. W. Hendricks,
Cultivator A. N. Perrigo, Sandwich.
Cultivator - S. A.Siihin, Peciitomeu,
Harvester -T. H. Taylor, .leilersoiiville.
Ilollble-Sliovel Howll). M. Volgli' , Walclll.
Post-Anger -Z. (!. Crnersll, l.seoii.
Washing Miiclnne-Cliuiles Milli'. Illoom-
(I nun Dull H, M. Stevens, r.luond.
Hotel Annunciator-L, 1. Vsnsauds, Chi-
Milk Kufe Win. Hiiininn, I'.lkleipt.
Cradle -A. Speigel, lnihuli.ipi.lis.
Seed Drill - 8. Stow, l.nteri'i inc.
Straw ('niter .1. llnrgess, liichmond.
Hens' Nest -D. P. Leach, Franklin.
Grain Di ill Heed .V Co., Liberty.
Itni'w.i v-Car Counhuir- J. (!. Wihon. Annln.
11 'idling Public- fl. F. Field, lielnlt.
St -iiiu-J-'.uifiiio Slidu-Yalvn II. Kntiilseii
Water Indicator L. L. Lee, Milwuiikeo.
Cooking Stove D. F. Clement, Rt Louis.
Hay ll.iker Leonard At Ilidronib, Clinton.
The editor of the Democrat, Davenport,
Iowa, endorses IloolUnd's (iernmn Hitters,
iu thu columns ol his paper, nf follows:
iionFi.ANisiiin niiiiM.-1 u another column
will be found the advertisement of this
sterling remedy. To it tlio writer of this
notice owes his health. Jlnviiig oucu been
cotnplelely prostrated by diseases oontinct-
ed iu campaigns iu Louisiana ami Missis
sippi, wo were uuablo to regaiu our health
by following regular remedies, but Were
iirrd by a lew bottles of this medicine. It
is the greatest known tonic, uml entirely
free from all alcoholic ndniixturro. I loot
land's ( iorinan Tonic is a combination ol
all the ingredients ol tho Hitters, with pure
Santa Cruz liuui, oruugo, anise, etc., mak
ing a preparation of rure medical value. It
is used in cases where some alcoholic stim
ulus is necessary.
Ai'I-i.i.ton's Ii.i.fsTiiATKD Almanac ion
17(1. D. Appleton A Co., N. Y., hnve ex
uded ull their rivals in Aliuauacs this veur.
The designs by Darley and l'ciin nro per
fectly superb. When it is considered thut
the engravings cost $.1,000, we uro really
surprised thut tho book can be sold ut UM
cents. Every one who really wants some
thing chuste uml lieuutiful, should send ut
once for a copy. The publishers scud freo
of postage ou receipt of the price.
Iowa has multiplied its imtttilafinn bv
one hundred in thirty live years.
SIMILIA SI MILIEUS CUBANTUR.
IftVK PKUVKI, KKUM THK MOHT AMH1.K
eiperl.ocs, an .otir. kuooom : hiaii:. Prompt
'Illinium ami Uulwbla. 'I'tiwt ar. Lti.nnir MndiulnM
Mrf.clly alaiUMJ to popular hm-u tint pi a that oiir
take, oaoaot ba uiaila In using l Umdi ; ao hariateaa aa to
hafraa Inni aaur, and ao efficient aa to km alwaa
raliabla. Ttiey bva rained tho hifthuit eomtnaodalioQ
from ail, aod will aJwajra raadar aatiai actio
ltUaree Ynrnn, finniraMlnn, iDflflrnnifttlont ,117
tl, " Worms. Worn l'avr. Worm Uollo... . ,.'Jt
St Oryiujr (Jollo or To.ltiiuc of Intaoia 'J7
4, lia'ri(ia of Ohilriran or A1ulia Uf.
6, lfM)DUirv. Oripiutf, UlltoUiLfoiit) -JL
H, (Jnnittra-Mortioa, Vomiting 'fl
7, Uuutfhs, Uolda, rironobiita 55
8, M Noiiiaig'a, 'J'uo hatha, l acaa h. j6
H. ' Muhila-1).. Nluk Uadauhe. VrLiim -tf,
III l)yhppia, liillimi Ntomauli jr
II, M HiuMrwwnd, or 1'ainfu' I'orioda J
i, " Wijiu. too prof u Far 1 (Ml) yfi
1, " droiio. dough. Oiftkmi HreaihiDg ,X
14, Hilt Hit t urn, Kryaip.laa, hniptum 46
l0 itltauaiaiiaiii, Khaitoiat io I'aioa 'ja
All in abtmt are vul up in VJAI.X. with urttittutiM
eontain 1 ng duubU o uantit iu each ,or M
The foUowino are atw ind up in viaU and are atni
uf the lamt priori yiven brlvw.
Iff, ' frnverand ru. Jtnll 'ever, Ajruaa Hi
17, M 1'lit-a, bliod or lilvadrng (fcl
Ii, " Dpltiaiwy, anil Horm or Waak Kya , 6u
IV. ' '(iiarrh. auiita or islirnuic. lulldatuKA. nil
3u, ' WlKKkpuig OoukU, VtoLotOougtJ Kb
'il, " Asthma, upprtau IfreathiiiK fti
' Kr Uiawiliitrgna, Impaired llaartnir ..fan
'SA, ' horolul, KuTumnd (ilKudi, hwulliriK. bti
L'4, " (mural Onbililj, I'hymual Woakuiwa 6n
&i, inupr, aud au.tuty nouruilomi.- f)
yi, ' ha hU'kii'.M, hu Jant. from ttidlug Go
tf7, M kldu-y Oiritf&Mi, (ir.val jy
iervou. lt.bi.liy, ruuiluaJ Ktutavioua, mvul
UDlaiy Uicohartfaa ihi
Mora Jrluuih, (Jukur fji
J, ' llriuarv Wakutma, watting bad Mi
si, I'ainiul Horlodt, with a,ianuiu ijo
if.', htitturuig. at utiai)gt of hi mi
Villi.' tlanou. ' '"l
V - liiptu.ria, uioarataa ttoreTLroat bu
Jafi to CO furo viali, morocco or rtxewtod cat,
cutitmmny a Mptcijic or ewru anttnary ditrast
auimty u sutyU to, and boukt ' Uirectutu . .
Kram akin In au
Binallar Karotly and Traveling Uaiaa, with auuita
vial f rom fj to Ifcfc
Hpi:lri'. for ali IMvata iJlBeafa., both for curing
(Miu iur iirofauiifB utuiMit,iu itimtuu MM.'aii
taeua t rout J Lo Iff,
Cure Iturni, llmitet. Lament n, Nor tntts. Sort Thrtmt
Hpraina, Toothache, Harm he, Nturalyia, HUeumatitm
bumoayo, Jiut, tu,ttt, isnuyt, more Kye, iitteUtny oj
the Luityt, Aoi, UtoMOck, or tit Vunu. UUrrt,
tl of., 60 cti ; JHnU, $1.0(1; Quartt, fl.Tft.
far" Tli.iM) Keitiftdiai, aiueot HONtJ rt KX TKAOT
byibauaaoor alngl lu, ara aout U auy part uf th.
Quuolry, by mail or aiuraas fraaul uliarga on rauMpl of
Addraaa lllliltplirf y'a Nprrllln
lluimtopiwttlo iiiedlclu (!oiiipuuy,
(tt: a and Depot, No. t2i lluuabWAV, New Vurk,
Or. H um phhkym la coniiultbd dnby at Mm office ir
aoually or by letter, above, fur ail form. uf diaoaaa,
Vatoum, Ibulntrulmma At Vau Hclioaug,
fctf, Iiuia, Mo.--ilrown, Wbr Ai Orabaui,
Mr. kiVh. Minm. Jeiike Uurdou.
TH K Advartiaar, banog baao raatorad to haallk lo a
faw week a, by vary niitpla ramady, altar bavtug auDar
ad aavaral yaara wttb a aevara long aitaotioo, and that
draat dUaaao, tJonauuplioo laaoiiooa to uaaakuowo
Ut bia follow auflerara, Uia maaoa of our a.
'lo all who dew re It, ba will aand aoopyof iha pra
aoriutioo aaad (fraa ol okarwal. wit ttintoiLiAia Im
praparlog aod oalug tho aama, wbicta ko$ will ttod a
IllHKtlUttM VOw UOMMUMfXIOH, AlTBet U MOM OKI
ria, a to. The objaot nf Uia advartlaer in aandlng tha
t'raavrlptioo la to bau.IU too aHhota, aod iplead la
foroialion whiuh ha aoaaeiveetA hm Inv&laAhlat a nil ka
opa. ovary aoifarar will try aia amady, aa li wUl aoat
ii.ui nothing, aod may prova a blaaalog.
fartl ubLog Uia preaorlpUoo, witl plaaao addraaa
KMT. KUWAHU A. WlLttON,
Wtlliauibarg, King! Oounty, Aaw Vork,
i'lti fan atn link, nf th !tnro Mnrtn.
i t y Tain Pain r, ami im v 1 h un-tt i
l'i paint Ihe Rirl, t w-iirfli it t hoir Ii' -im .
I h c-ir-d a In . a 1 nrivy.
I 'mrh tnrn rn ii uo Pun I'aiST,
I! to !( it, nw n. p 4) l
I .! thntn how to ti!L Pain Paint .
hjre ti cure, aleli niirn an .nny.
lm P.ritft.n .TlTlVfl. rf th. flotFP Mnrinfff,
' I I my fain Paiav aad ba,a Uia ihmu . .
I'n piint th- g rl. th -a 'h m thwir tfn';
1 hate cured at ItaRt an army
I btiyat llnedrd Flahfyona,
At Uh t hum Hqnarn; no n't (f bm , '
To kill pstn, and llrm rnn,
fMioit'in. Pain pAlNt Ik" nn atmyf
Thny rati livk h 'tna; Pain Paint th crial ;
"Mummi, I have 1 ho Vain Pain r trid,
I IftiiKnvd uiitil I aim t riied,
For to a jo .0 big a unnf "
rm tnptafn .!ir,k4, o' tlm Mor-e M-v-nat,
I t-ny Pmn Pmp r. no hunt the n rns
lopAinMtiaar! t!unii in th ir tffni,
I hato vitred a' It .1 an arrny.
'1 horp h non who ltn fan b m IN
aiw Paint dotiU ta ,nh : taliava ma a cm.
It Uf A y ciir. I km.W II Vtlll,
I hare trottd it. an rinv.
aino ami waiuoti l( tint ntv-nt,
AM patn ii rur ; t,"y ail obi thmi,
Won Tr Paih Paint ol aV.ni-
Kv.ry day it iiiro. ao anny, . , t
I'm 1'attintn ,Unkn, .,t iholtir-n Mi Tin .mi
I buy Pain Pain 1 nn I have I 'i ni.in
To pilnf th -H-, Ib'Ntpn in thir Iwnat
I Uave a rod al In .I aa armi,
If anv dtbl mw wntA 1 ,ii.a i... u 1 . t
OhAth m Sipurn and 1 im will an dorrr il urml 1 1 nn-it
avery d iy. Irn( 00M . PiKatn rtMinv fur lavna.
Hit oltita of ANNiinf.Aion. r.i 1 . n. 11 .m- ... .
Iha l t-ail, or a pinl of P ts I' int l, fro, m t tpri t-i
chra, .m rwvipt uf ; or tH n of Pa fa PaipI'
for ji, double wnrRin. AMilrvx K. I. Wniom,
K Cb.ihnm hitnura, tv. V. H-nt, h. ' si t?.a irr.li-r.
or by etprp ( r n nn-y in tiguteit-d ltirr. )Ttal
bottlra at Iu at all droit ctria.
f V t
COUGH! COUGIi! CCUOfl!
Will allth'wa mil clod with I'nn.liAr (hmtimn
read tha following, and lwrn the vlut oi
Allen's Lung Balsam,
What tho Doctoi Say.
Amn Wool 'v. H. It . nf KnaUta. t ,'
'ror trirre yfra p( I bv. n , An.tN'a I l s.t
ltt ai axtboivrly in n tn- II. ii. nrt, Vu ,
Uipra Uro butter iihhIichio ..r lung tin,.. .a in iii. ,
1 rr-.i,, ,t- . m i.nfnti 1 imnly. tUtlo. a v
A LI.K "i l.t'Sit It A LA SI nil Olllv ,H r-,.., Ilk I...,
Clvna parCtict a ilflrt'oti in' ry ra r with n lny
n .wt.i, II .v.iik oiilnUno i 1 it anl b-iowma th.ii
It pn aw. laiii-t'ith ni'lt-jiul propcriutt, 1 iroi u
II in inn dmly trt't ic, nDd viltti tinrx.nn1 pni'
Aa ait vrt'i riit, It i. ni(tt erB"i y tar ah. I ot a y
prt-periutoB 1 hvr ever yf known."
NAlhifiifl ll.rni M.lt., , ut l.ur . V ,
"I lmvo no do ibl It will ntum b:oaia a vl thaical ro-.in
dial .g'-nl fur tliecm ot all di .imm-a of lb 'Jhiim',
Itr'inuliial Tub" and ihn liiitfa."
lr. L,lof,ol Obio, Mirgxi n in I lia nttny dnritiir t) 1
war, Iroitii itmttr e i oiitrtrti-d lti-tiini'fi.'n. Hi aiy -,
"I lltV. DO h WHAt ') III flt)tlig Hint t M. .y tl lli
of yi-ur l.uog llab ant iliat 1 uiu turn anvc ami oj g
lr l lrtihrr. nf MibtoihI, 11 "I rof at.iiinn 1 'ir
Htba u in pnlMifini;iln nny nim-r mnbt -iu f r l 'o iv'oi,
ao 1 U givua laihfatMon.'
Al.T.KN'i fiVNn Mai,-AM Iii Ihfl rMiii tr to ritrrt ,
l.niiif nl '( lir.at dithculi i a It nhi-nid l thor nliiy
U'ti'd itufi.re iiftiiiat nny oihr-r la'. a. I Kill c ir
Wi eu :ill ntHt-rflf.il Hm- ii -n. uo otnpiiik etrl, b. ni.i
.!. N. II AUItlJ A ;t . S Piiimi ir..l incm..,!,.
Ohio. I or n.iw 1 1 ab Urnioai.
rVZt. AHD ACVil
ILin ba rure I viitb
FA IilJLY MEDICINE OF THE AO C.
Wr a-k Iha atrntinn of tlir trndt nti.t 1 h : n',1.4 ii
I hl I n r; u)i1 unrivn'le.t
I'AMII v MVnvrivti
A MM. A A m.1 Ul 3-f ll'lllfi,
Por IIia cure of tiu'iU, Wmk nttuntrli iti..
liKiipr.-u Uooi'tty, liiiliifliMii, I'rnn-.p nni I'.iln 111 in.
M. mi it h, litmei L'oiupaiot, I lic, ltiarrloi Uli.b-i
Aa . Au..
Aud fur Fever unl Auo
TIito iii tottiing tieti ir. it hm ii 11 fi:vuri.t:y V,ii au
for 11101a tit mo aHVoii'y tWi. trjrn t I o tho
Tor flta many ditfn. iii.i '-tii to ilin l uinnn fH'nlr.
Iutorually and liUunnily
II works equal ly nura.
THE PAIN KlLLF.lt
Han tffi teatad in ar.rv v.in-Hyoi r'iniati. and by
a'ltiot vjry nnliou kn wu l i A inorichu. 1 .a ili
almott ! intnt uouipmi.i nn I 111 U'uhlf frn nd ot
Ihe niiaionary hdiI tlm iinvlo',on. an I 1-nJ.nid
tiO Oti "liolllil trtf'OI ooo'lt Ml. t Hot MV U-i Wittl'i'il l.
lie iii'i you o.ii t r tt uo i (m( ik yoiniin Pu n
Killer, a many -ilhlt 1 tut: nm- ifiuiumiiiMiin i..t
aold nu Ihuirro it rvpit'a' nu ot t rut vnhi bie tnoilid-ia
w iiireutionencr nupiiny cacli bjltlo.
bold.t y iL'ft'nn 1 um.ra.
Prto. jAiaiiU and p I n r lotitf.
.1 N II 1I1KH A I'tl .
Proirl lor. fi rlba Wel.raar.l Houib.rn Nfaf ,1,
t-'lttt. 1 mi it 1 1, tun),
II .1. - a tf 1 1 t... ii ...
nn u iwaititw mj 11. ii iiHtiriii run", f fl'lt
Muibii', Hioi A Ki-ii'i:. Druku Krov., Li- iiiut-u.Mvbuii.li
A (Ju , atitl all jiiiwuukuu lnntwiitii.
Tin irriii Vliiiliyicr.
Tfiiatitlt may be fairly given toa ial'.raivo aliio
liHt tnkio .rbcedcuuo of kit 01 hor tonic and a tor iii t
propara'lon fnr a poriMt id no-irt Iwuaiy ymti, imr
Ing I hat Iook iutarval II ' 'SiK I I f It'iS S M1M A II
Ul IT I- ItH in it y Im ttnlyr-alj tolnvo rtiivod unnvHt d
popularity. Mar y pn pa.lion huva ban g t o t
torn pet o with it, but timy havn all f ft lien intu II 1 wal.a
or auu'4 into obliviou for la k ol prtr.ntr. I rem the
Hret, t'jie now wor.d rD''Wni'd Vig table 'luuio Im.
baao both ruadiuiiml y aud l)i a .uia'ly mcrf itil,
i'.very year liai addt-d 1 th number or Um fi iambi, and
tha donmnd lor it, bated a.'ilivy upon tlio ipeiiiutntal
proolaofila eicellenra aa a preventive and unrtiv,
aoeineto bava uo aitcoallo html. Tlieuiedual pr
faafllon aanutlon au t approvo ita und, and it le now t
the bead of tha cine of nied'cinrt to which it lit-b iirh,
the admitted, Ui.dupuUd NtiViiiKlitN IONIC Of ill 1:
Aof. Tno atatntiua nf Iba United hut lUftnua
Uepurlineat will vorify the .taioinvnt that tt Hard
aioueaod uoappmaohrd In the tnaKaliodn of Uh aalea
aa compared a it a Inoao of any proprietary reinudy
advoitiaad oo tbia aula ot the Atl.ntio
IUR I Jci'LAWAll'iN of thi. faol may ba coniprio.l in
Alawwordl. IMIS I1 K I'T K RH H N iM At 1 H lilliKHrt
la atouca I hi pnrcat. tha HsfrNt md tha tuoat potent td
all vtgot able tunica, and the bal antidote to every
variety of malriou ducaie. Iloneo It I. rupflfinlJy
adapted to Iha prfe-nt aoni u of chilling den and un
THE GltEA TEST
ok rue. auk.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Header, yon may con.ii-tor Ihli a irt nf vorrnil itte
hnadirg, but I nionn utiuv wml of it. itieve l.nu
ibera. Wnvii your nynttin la rurkod with
fiain, and you canni I oven turn youreaif in ld. or ait -log
in a rimir, you m 11 ad and autlur, rti Him ujoru.t g
wi.tiii v 11 w n wht, ami al niffht wiablng It waa Uioi.i
lug: Wuuu yon bav
Wbau aveiynervo Inyonrboing ia hla Iha Bliujrot a
mt rrvuiairg tto ioo vnn. tu-im and hot p.iiMu
arm nd ywui heurt, and driving yuu t j ibe vary versa ul
oitd : Wuuuyuu have the
4 1ATI4 A,
Obatlhuvoi tifit got Ihrougir with I'-kI mont twin I,
Oiuit Imnil Wilbur iii, 111 M.1 Nlrcuv'ii d'laliovlng, nnal
pint Itrnak'Lg mill iiimd w- ak'-uiog o' ali Uueaan. ltai
oao adliut o ir poor luiuiat. nluio V nou yon hitvollie
It' t lIAfJU, .
lying and writhiug Iu aionir nnd pain, ui atila to luiu
fourncf iu biii, and t'vi-ry 111 ivnnuuit wi'l 10 to unr
i.art likt a ktiilv ; now tu'l iuo. it n lt aiJil ruif) oi hu
of tlift-o ili-K-at. ma f-w Ua airi ot tr.o t'irwalcni
Atalical llietaiag ol tiie Age. tell n. yUki i. I
IKK'!TIONH' 0 UhK- Vol) will ! ab. a t1.bla.p4.m
fill and I It rue apoouful" 01 wjtnr thrait t:nif. a tta, aud
iu a lew ilma eei t 'arlii la "I riiciimai 11 aod ui-uialgoj
prvio will be ili-.'dvud an t pa i tl . tte kidn a
Mauulaotured by DONA I l li I- N r I l V,
Itohbtii Vi lUiiaN.
Wholmai.K AitFNiH I'tiiinr. limb A I ' 11 1 1 or. f, ,1
A Nioilli, K P Uwy. r A tJo, liurobuio. A Van N 'loiMT
llnrlhoil A Kill. I, 1' linaii A k r, 1 tm aio, iitfi 11 A
Ituttoti, lUceA l.i.ir.tf, M'.wrtri A S.hi, l I. nun a
Hciuidl. Mowaukeii. Md'utlfM-bA Mtl'i r-l, lat "mvao
Noyre Hi o., M. Pail; IoIIiha I rm .. M .,
Mi yum Hr , Ht, ljm.' Mooro A 'i irbel, ,lutili.riU4u
A HrUiH Hnbliipie.
Al rut ml by all diuxgiMi. IVl e, UK
E R W 6 W SO F YOUT H
A tlKN I'f.KM KN whoaittt ra i for year, from Narv 11
Uabtdty, Prouiaiura llecay,and all thavflMiitanl y.,i 1
fol Inittauretiou, will, for UieiLeof ufTtjrlt bumaui
aud bee to all wbo uoa'l it, tha ruoipl and direti 1 a
for niakuiif the am; pi a rotuedy by nhivh bawia 1.1,1 ,1
ttnlferaie aicniiig to profit by Iba aV.trrlUt.r. 1
fnee. can do ao by ad.lruMing, in peneot ooiifido
dotirf h. oiaihN
Mindly Nu Mlifilaralri'), aw y..
Itch! Itch U Itch.M
NCKA I OII I NCHATt II I I bCIIA TCII I
W lirnluu'a Olulnirur
in Ir.iiii iu to in Ituiiia.
Cure. Xve Itoh.
Cui'i.ii Hitrhem' I toll,
erne oiit Moi'M,
f'11 ,'U 1 in- ry k 1 ;oi h u m or 1 1 It
Pile, elk h iioi ; by mtll.OOo.
A.1dr. WKhhH 4 HOI HK. ITU W.il.lmlOD Rl.
Pur Hal. I.y all l)iiiHKi.u. IIonIud Mai,
Tha uiidernlgntd will cb.arfntly ai.il l. IlKi to all
who wui. it'liu tUoipa and full ilncfi ion- .( paiiniuig
kiiduaiuif aaiinpleund Iteiiittlliil V I'iictiililr II tilt
tlial will iiiiiiiti'liajtulv ruitiove 'I'n , I i iH'lt It-N, Pin
Ola, llluit'btHt and alt irniiion atitl im pun tit. u
bank in. io.vVitiK the tnuiu .it, n'our, mukhiI.i a t,t t..u.
Uf ul. II ii will abwi iHtnd (I HBh) invt rn lu.i-a ur pio
d-iotng, bv vary almplci rwaitu, a l.fii'Ul i. r hi. j
OVWaIUoo a buiit bna t or tiu'Mith fiie in loa Ibaa t
thirty tin). I r o iu Hint .piiliii .liuu The at ova nn ba
fjtittiutii! by Itfiuru uiiili by a.ldrri.iiug 'I ttOH,
lUIAl'MAN, UL.ifliut, Ijt Broadway, Maw York.
P. U. lioxblJB.