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THE FIRST SNOW FALL.
BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
Tho mow had beejun In the gloaming
And bneily all the night
Had heaping field and hltrbway
Wtlb e.)ruo dt-ep nod whit.
Trry plna, nnd fir, end hwrn.ock
Wrf ermine too dr fr an ear.,
awl tha poorwt twin on the alia tiro
Wm fringed Inch deep with pearl.
Ttorh nhMtt now ronfM with Oarrexn
Otmn chanticleer 'a mnfflfd crow;
Th irtlff rail wore enfVnvX. to awn ' down,
An4 tUU fluttered down the abow.
I atnod an4 watohml by lh window
1 ha nnteHcwe work of in at?,
And theenddwa flirl-a of anow-btrda,
. Like brown leaven whlt-Hug by.
1 thought of amonnd In ewctH Aubnrn,
Ware a little hoes-l-atnna atood
Bow tbe IHfcf tew foliilnd tt rtiUt,
Aa did rublna tha babaa tu iha wood.
Up tpofca onr llttla Mahal,
ftayltifr, "rather, what makna H auowV
And I tout of tha Rood All-father,
Who carre for oa all balow.
Agln I looked at tha unow fall.
And thonifht of tha leaden eky,
1 tint arrh'd or fir ffraat Borrow,
When tha monnd waa heaped ao hlh,
1 itnenitw Iha gradual patl'-nra
that fell fnmi that oUmt'-IIke aiiow,
Flake by flake, healtnff and hiding
1 ha arar of thai dat p aUbbcd wo.
And affaWi totharhlld I whleperrd;
The apow that hnchoth all,
liarllng, Uia mrctfnl Father
A tone can make tt fall."
Twea, with W that aaw not, 1 k-ed bar.
And aba, klaatng hack, ro-tld nt know
That my kia waa girtm to br niitrr,
folded rloaanndar dnrnnlnn enow.
ICE-MAKING. Nature and Art—Detailed Description
ICE-MAKING. Nature and Art—Detailed Description of the Process of Ice-Making—The
Possible Uses of Dry-Cold Air.
CtirrMpnndotKM of tha Roatnn Ailv-rtlanr.
Philadelphia, Deo. 14, IStl'.t lo control
Nntnre we have to nae lier own wavs nnd
torees: aud snmntiiiio we must imitate lier
vpry contrailii'lioiis. A good instancis of
Hue Is the modrrn method of making iob
Irum fire, a oomparr.l w,th nntnre'S mode
of mining hail-xtnrms in July.
Kbe (? to work tlins: The sunshine
heats tli e earth, expanding the routinnoiix
air, nnd to a sunlit rxutit (iitMciuf( it ij
till lighter aqueous vapor. Tbia vapor iu
turn aota lika tha glass of a green-hotus,
freely transmitting the bright Lent rays.
tut abutting iu those dark ouos which tbo
earth would nave aont nark into space.
Thus tha heat increases Itself, and the bur
ooicter rails, till hoavierair from a distance
rrowda In nndcr thme e ipundod atrnta.and
foroca them op, aa If through a long chiin
iikt. Tbor ruah np before them the nn
warmed anpcrincnrulwut atrntit, which bo
lng thna rvliered from the prpmmro of thono
htill higher layera that flow off to riht and
left, expand rnpuly and chill wbut moiK
lure tber contain into hailntnnea. Thua
nature, br expanding certain luaHxee with
lieat.drirea other mamica into reniona where
they expand and freeze, producing cold
And now for mnn'a Imitation, aa I saw it
tha other day upon exhibition at the "Port
Richmond lrou Worka" (I'hiladulphiA) of
1. r. Mome A Uo., where the machinery la
made. At thin ahop, by tha way, were built
the eugmca of the Monaduock, Acameiiti
cue. Tacony, Caiubriilec, Antietmn, and
aereral other gunboata; here are caat Binle
inecea, bed-pintea, walkina-beniua and an'
viH, that weigh, before flnixbing, Ironj
ixloeu to forty-tlve tons; nnd nnra tire be
ing made the Lehigh Crane Iron Company'
Mix big blaxt-engiuea, each tll'ty-aix feet long
ana luirij-aigut uiga, wun uino iuu uio
ing cvlindent, ten fuot atroke, twenty sereu
foot fly wheels aud tuirty-fiix foot walking
A strong "retort" of boiler iron U 2.C
part filled witb the aqua ammonia of com
uierae, and U boated by a atenin worm at
'io pound pressure to suy UOU" i.ihrcu.
heiL Thna 1 3 or 1. 1 of the gas is driven
train tha solution, to accumulate in
the apace above the now "poor
liquor, anu lo past at a presnnr oi mt
9 atuioxpherv,. iuto the 'iKincller," a tank
of running water where some 2H) fuot of
the gas-,ipe lie in folds like those of a
steam house neater, ilurc, with Rtmos
herea pressure, It conduuses at HO 0 F. to
iqnid ammonia, nearly free from water ; or
with 8 atmospheres, ut 11 o F. ; so that
very told hydrant water ta not lniliHpensa'
ble, altbongh the coldest is best. A few
gallons of t is ammonia oullect in a strong
"recipient," whence it passes np to the
lreezlug-bnx, aud, admitted by a minute
and carefully-regulated faucet, is distribu
ted to a dozen separato larger pipes lui
uiersed in brine. Thus relieved from 1 of
tue pressure, it revnponzes, expands and
develops intense cold, me urine is con
stantly stirred : and tha brass cuus of fresh
water, protected by wooden covers, and
aet Into tha brine to treeze, give out Intent
heat as the ice forms ; otherwioa tha brine,
or meroury itself, wouU become one solid
Returning, the oold ammoniaeal gaa is
reabsorbed by the "poor liquor," which it
drew from the bottom of the "retort"
(where tha coolest and weakest eulleota
from its greater weight), and which, (trip
ping through a aeries of horizontal disk
lu tua "absorption vase, la made to pre
sent a large and ever changing surface to
the gaa. A pump forces the "liquor" thus
"enriched into the heated "retort again.
where, falling over a similar series of disks,
tha gaa and the poor liquor again part
compuny, to start anew upon lueir sepa
Ingeniously, to make the poor liquor
from the retort cool enough to absorb the
gas, aud to warm somewhat the reguu.
rated liquor that has left the absorption
vase, a worm of the former passes through
the latter, and afterward through thewante
water from the "liquener, economizing
both the neat and the oold.
The pnmp and all the scrow-clampud
Joints are packed with vulcanized rubber,
whiah in the joints is couhued as by a
tenon iu a mortise. The lubrication U
4ue glycerine. Urease is not ammonia
proof it turn to soup and "volatile lina
meut." And whenever the ammonia does
esoape, every breathing creature does well
to escape too. But these accident are
need lens; properly managed, a machine
need not waste a gallon in a month.
Each of the beautiful, black-shapod ice
cakes, two feet deep and three inches
thick, forma in four hours; they are re
placed in continual succession, are taken
from the cans by hot water, and if laid to
gether will unite into niasxes of any size.
Curiously, if too cold, say zero, they stint
from the cans witb a crash, and are broken
iuto fragments the size of walnntM.
I describe the prooeas thus minutely, f r
its great phyaioaf interest; and because the
industry, though a new one is already be
coming important. Half the ice now used
in Paris is said to be artificial. In these
northern States, we cannot compete with
nature, nnleas, possibly, in those large
packing-bouses, breweries, etc., where the
steam and cold water are ready at band,
and the warm waste water can be ntilized.
But in New Orleans, aiz machines, each
costing with its auxiliary apparatus, ammo
nia, etc,, nearly tiO.OOO, are daily making
UO.OOO pounds apiece for i cent a pound,
out of water freed by distillation from im
purities and air-bubbles. Machines of 1-1U
tha canacitv' however. costuruDortiouatilv
nearly four timea as much, and so does
This reezer is, essentially, Cane's
(French) "Continous" one. Various oth
ers are "intermittent;" the Rus, expelled
from the retort by beat or otherwise, being
cooled, and ofteuest liquefied, in the recip
ient, and afterward developing the oold
there by expansion whenever, by the cool
ing of the retort, or else by pumps, the gas
is returned to it Many gout s and volatile
vapors have been employed, such as air,
carbonic acid, ulpbureted hydrogen, eth
ers, gasoliue, uaptba, cyanogen, and even
fuming sulphuric acid iu platinum liued
vessels. Ouly a few of these gases are so
eoluble that water is nsed, as with ammon
ia, to aid their return to Iha retort, but I
think that some of them could advantage
onsly be used with alcohol or some other
solvent. Theqnmtion is Important.
Boms of the "intermittent maehluesare
merely "domestic,", dot meant for the
"commercial" scale of work. Terhape the
larger of these will giT us drinking enps
of frosted champagne; and preserve onr
gropes and strawberries, with all their del
icate aroma, in aireoss eryatal prison; and
pack in blocks onr milk and eggs, tor ssle
by the cnbio foot. 1
Aa important product of alt continuous
ice machinery may be (fry cold air. The
Irec7ing-piefi are piacea in inn coumw ui
fan-blntt, and cool the air 21 times as much
aa wonld the melting of all tha lo those
i pes could produce; while the air la dried
v depositing part ot its moisture, as frost
UMn the pipes. . In close monitor gun
boats, or even in onr own dwellings and
public hulls, a breath of such air would of
ten be trtmt refreshing. And in the day
when western city smoke is either burnt
nn or led off to riisinfi'ct the sewers and fer
tilize the land Instead of defiling theair, ar
tificially cooled air or water may be distrib
uted in onr towns as gas is now. uni fro
zen air should be chiefly useful as an an
tiseptic, for instance, In bringing beet from
Texas and Bonth America, If the cattle
are sbipticd alive, they are said to refuse
all food except the green herbage to which
they are acciiHtnmed, and which cannot well
be supplied. Ihis, with the many other
discomforts of the passage, is rais
er cruel to the poor brutes; and besides, it
destrovs many ol them, and it lessons tne
weight, and still more the vaine, or tne
flesh ol all. Yet, hitherto, no other plan
for cheapening the poor man's beef baa
been laruclv snccesafnl. and a new English
line r large cattle transports la Just going
iuto operation. For droves, and cattle
cars, are commonly quite as bad ; while if
killed at the Month and bronght in ice, tne
meat becomes musty, perhaps because
(lamp ice, just at the melting point, cannot
etilTiuivtitly freeze it. The experiment of
transporting in ship-holds kept at zero by
blasts of dry air, has yet to be tried ; and
this, or even llorden's more expensive plan
of evaporating to dryness the expressed
juices, or Liebig's thick canned sonp, may
prove a grea t auccess. indeed, tnese cat
tle are now often slaughtered at their homes,
merely for their hides and bonis ; and per
illing ihcir hools and sinews could also be
profitably made, on the spot, into crnde
tiotnxh ami glue, ana tne nones could do
txiiled there without creating a "nuisance"
lint enough of this. When further Im
provements have cheapened ice making,
nnd competition shall have diminished the
largo royalties now pnio ny it, other ap
plications will suggest themsolves and we
shall reap various uuexpeotcd benefits from
this new Industry.
Fashions For January.
The great change that has taken place in
the stylus since last winter is more than
ever apparent, now that we see the cos
tumes tn masse upon the ttreet or iu the
It is four years now since the change from
tho hoops, which had become somewhat
more moderate, took place, to the perfectly
plain gored, oryes it was called, J'rinctsst
skirt- We well rcmemlier the excitement
tho first two or three created in the Kilont,
aud tho contrast with the bell shaped gar
ments generally worn.
The J'rinrfi.ie was, however, found too
rcHtrictcd, aud little round aprons, culled
"FreeiuaHons," were introduced, which
were the beginning of tho present npper
skirt.with its ronudfaMirr and not ungrace
Tne chsu'' from a short aprou and a
straight cut gored skirt to a short npper
skirt, and a petticoat with some fullness
In, does not seem so vory great, but it Is
very apparent when the skirts and paniurs
and sashes, nnd all the Iritis and furbelows
thoreuntn belonging are multiplied by the
number of ladies who wear them.
The high, rich colors, too, have much to
do with the warmth of effect produced by
the season a style of cress. Bright hues,
browns, and Hootch plaids, with a good
deal of scarlet in, are relieved a little by a
mixture of black or gray, but the prevail
ing tone is high, full, aud striking.
Garnet and dark green cloths and cos
tumes are also in vogue, and produce a
line effect, trimmed with velvet and fringe
of thcHiiuie shade. The suit generully con
sists of a round skirt, trimmed with two
11 tt plaittd flounces, each headed with two
rows of velvet, an upper skirt forming an
apron and side paniers, aud a mantle lilted
lo tho waist at tho back. Mantle and up-
Iier skirt ore trimmed with velvet and
ringo, aud there is a double square bow
with wuio ends attached to where the man
tle is f.isteued to the back.
The bodice for rather dressy toilets are
generally made open in front, either in
square shapo or a cW with revert. The
cbouiiHcttcs worn with such bodices are
cut of the same shape; they ure trimmed
with a wide atrip of insertion, edged round
the bottom with a deep border of Vallen
oieunes lace, and round the top with a
very narrow border of the same This ar
rangement leaving the throat partly bare,
a neck-lacii or a large cross or lockot is
worn round the neck.
(Street toilets are very costly. It Is ot
uncommon to seo black Lyons velvet suits
worn with rich tunics ol bright blue or
dead black satin, the sash of satin with
heavily fringed ends.
Fur is very fashionably nsed for trim
ming cloth nnd velvet. The new French
circular is the newest form of warp. They
are very Btylihb. They form a sort ol
double circular or, rather, a olose-cut
rofundV, cot very long, with a capo ouly
quarter of a yard less in depth. Tbo ma
terial is always Hootch plaid, the "Victo
ria" or "scarlet," and the cape, or seoond
circular, is trimmed with a handsome
woolen fringe, containing the colors.
There is no hood, but the heavy Scotch
oord and tassels aro thrown back.
Nurrow black or white Astracban collar
and fringed muff look well with these gay
Tho "ltoinan" cloak lias no sleeves;
sleeves can be insorted.but only at tho sac
rifice of its distinctive character. It is
drawn in at the back, but falls loosely from
the shoulders, and is altogether ono of the
most graceful garments ever imported. The
II nest model is made iu bluck velvet, richly
trimmed with laoo.
Uuruooses and short double capes of
black cashmere and cloth are ornamental
with rows of very wido black ailk braid, iiu
ituting stripes of closo crochet, and edged
on either side with a narrow gold band; the
upper cape ia slit open in the middle of the
back np to the neck; it lulls over the arms,
which are panted through openings iu the
under oape. This is a very new model.
Ihnxuresl t Monthly far January.
Tue lust aud most remarkable "doctor
ing" of wiues is one recently discovered
by a member of the French Acadomy of
Sciences. It appears that he was first awa
kened to the eminent servicea which may
be rendered to wine by the voltaic pile by
having his own cellar broken open by a
hVish of lightning, which converted his in
ferior wiues into valuable liquor. Elec
tricity spplied to a cask of bad Moselle en
tirely changed its cburacter, and experi
ments with other winos, at least so Dr.
Kcoutottcu assured the Academy, had
similar re. nit. The doctor explains, for
the beuetlt of porsons anxious to try the
operation, that tho wires of tha voltaiopile
should be tipped with platinum, to which
must be attacked electrodes ol the same
inclil. Ijip both into the liquid and von
will precipitate it, aud produce prema'ure
A Novel Examination. A teacher ap
plied for a school to one of our western su
perintendents. After the customary pre
liminaries, the young man atuted his ob
ject Thootllcer told him no special exam
ination was needed, as he could tell by the
manner of his walk what bis qualiUcutions
were. He was directed to walk in the di
rection from which he came and not to
look or turn back until be was called. On
started the expected teacher on his level
prettiest, a little uneasy under the critical
scrutiny, but determined to throw his
whole character in it and make it satisfac
tory. Hearing no voice be at length stole
a backward gluxioe to discover the approv
ing smile and anticipate the welcome sum
mons, but to bis great surprise, the official
bad disappeared and the door closed. It
is needless to add that light broke in upon
bit mind very soon and be was not alow in
inferring thai this as equivalent to re-Itual.
Deer girls, are ytl In snrch ov a bnsband?
This Is a pnmper, and yn are not requir
ed tew say "Yes out loud, but are expektf
ed tew throw ynre eyes down into'the earth,
si tho yu . was lookin for a pin, and reply
tew the interrogation with a kind of drawd
in sigh, aa tho yn was eating an oyster,
juice and all, of) from the half shell.
Mot tew pre! so tender a memo until it
becomes a thorn in the flesh, we will pre
sume (tew avoid argument) that yn aro on
the lookout fur snmthin in the male line
tew boost yu in the up-liill ov life, and tew
keep his eyes on the britchiug when yn
begin tew go down the other side ov tho
mountain. Lot me give yn sum small
ohnnks ov advice how tew spot ynre future
1. The man who is jellons ov every lit
tle attenshnn which yn git from sum other
fellow, yn will And, after y.i are married
tew him, lnvs himself more than be dux
yn, aud wbatyn mistook for solissitude, yu
will diskover, has ohanged iuto indiffer
ence. Jellonsy isn't heart disease; it is a
9. A luustaab. Is not ludinpeunibi; it iz
only a little more bair, and Iz a good doal
like moss and other excresscnccs -often
dui the best cn site that won't rnize enny
thing else. Don't lorgit that those things
which yn admire in a fellow before mar
riage, yn will probably hav tew admire in
a husband after, and a muatash will git tew
be very weak diet arter a long time.
3 If hnsbands could be took on trial, ax
Irish rooks are, tow-thirds ov them wonld
probably be returned; but there don't
seem tow be enny law fur this. Thurefore
girls, yn will see that aftor yu git a man,
yon have got tew keep him, oven if you
lose on him. Consequently, if yn have got
enny cold vittles in tho house try him on
them, once in a while, during scouring
season, and if ho swallers them wed, and
sea he will take sum more, he iz a man
who, when lilue Monday onmt will wash
4 Don't marry a pholler who is nlwuz a
telling how his mother dm things. It iz
az bard tew suit theze men az it iz tew
wean a ynng one,
6. If a yung man kan bent yn playing
on a pianner, and kaut hear a fiHh-horn
playing in the street without turning a back
summtrselt on acooni t ov the mnsick that
is in him, I say strip bnn; he might answer
tew tend babe, but if yn set him a hoeing
out the garden, yn will rind that yu hav got
tow do it yursolf, A man whoso whole
heft lies in mnsick (and not very hefty at
that), ain't no better for a buslsind than a
seedlitz powder, but if he lnvs tew listen
while yn sing sum gentle ballad, yn will
find him mellow, and so soft. Hut don't
marry ennybody for jist cue virtew enny
quicker than yu would flop a man for jist
5. It iz one ov the most tnffost things
fur a female tow be an old maid successfully.
A great menny has tried it, and made a bad
job ov it. Evryborty seems tew look upon
old maids jist as they do upon dried hirbs
iu the garret, bandy fur sickuess and,
therefore, girls it aiu't a mistake that yon
should be willing tew swop yursclf cph,
with snm true pheliuw fur a trim husband.
The swop iz a pood ono, but don't swop fur
enny man who iz respektablo jist becam
iz father iz Yu had better be an old maid
fnr4 thousand years, and then join the
Hhakers. than lew buy repentance at this
price.' No woman evor made this trade
who didu't git either a pbool, a mean cns
or a clowu fur a bnsbaiid.
7. In digging down into this subject, I
nn 1 tho digging grows harder the further I
git It iz much easier tow inform yu who
not to marry, than who tew, fur tho reason
there is more ov them.
I don't think yn will foller mi advice, if I
giv it; and therefore i will keep it, for i
look upon advice as i do npon castor ilo a
mean dose tew give, aud n menu doso tew
But I must say one thing, cirls, or spile.
If yn kan find a bright-eyed, healthy and
well-ballasted boy, who looks npon poverty
az sassy ax a child looks upon wealth who
bad rather sit down on the curb-stun, in
front of the Filth Avonue Hotel, and cut u
i ham sandwich, than to go inside and run
in debt lor biz dinner aud toothpick-one
j who is armed with that kind of pluck that
makes a defeat for a victojy my advise is
1 to take him body and sole snare him at
j nnst, fur he is a stra trout, ov a broed very
skuse in our water.
Take him, I say, and bild outo him, az
hornets bild outo a tree.
Are Women Stingy?—And Why?
From the Pall Mail Gazette.
One of the small sins of women, Mrs,
Linton affirms to bestiDginess, and we lire
not going to deny this to be the case. Al
most all women are stingy iu a bargain and
in paying for work, and so are air middle
meu in that capacity. They have not of
ten any money of their own, nor very much
at their disposal ; they are expected to make
it go a long way, and to account for the ex
penditure to another porsou, who would
probably shrink with a manly f ar Irotn
being slanged by a disappointed cabman,
or an exasperated fishwife, but dues not
see why his wife should object to it. We
believe this reoognized stingiochs arises
from these causes, and is not by any menus
the natural disposition of women. If any
on wishes to see a place where the ser
vants eat what they like, are liberally paid,
and cosseted und cured for iu health and
sickness; where tlio.vury horses and dogs
are lat aud nnworked; where the repairs to'
the house and tho servant's houses are sub
stantially made, he mnst look lor it where
two or three maiden ladies live together on
a fixed and comfortable income which they
spend iu their own fashion, being account
able to no man for what thoy do. We havo
seen many uoumie instances ot this kiud,
though we aro constrained to admit that
the servants were all required to bo of one
way ot thluking, as to church aud state.
and the tenants to poll on the right side ut
election times, otherwise for the one and
the other there wonld be a ery mauea'a
quart d'heurt iudeed, followed np in case of
lurtuer resistance, by a notice to quit.
At a late mkrtino of the Hun Francisoo
Academy of (Sciences Professor llolaniler
called attention to the fuot, recently re.
ported to him on reliable authority, of u
marked rise in the waters of L. ike Mono
since the eurthouake neriod of lHiiH. aud
addsd that the rise had been followed by a
frehheniug of tho water, and the total (iis
appeaiance ot the dense clouds of flics
which formerly dpnsited their larvtu on
the shores of the lake. Professor Whitney
stated that there is evidence thut Luke
Mouo was once 6U0 feet higher than now.
He added thut Great Molt Luke aud Pyra
mid Luke have also risen greatly within a
yesr or two.
Inpkutednihs or Lafoe Cities. The fol
owing table shows the debt, per bead, in
the ten largest cities In the Country:
fUltimore. fl 73
Boston tiO SO
Ssn Francisco 01 M
riiilsilolphia rc 62
New York 40 3:1
I,ouiMville 4i IK
Itroukifii M aa 41
bt. Louis .T '27 ii
Chicago '2 M
Ciuciumtt! 23 Si
Pistol, Fkat. A gsntiemsn of iluff.ilo
has engaged to porform the following dilll
cnlt feat: A oork will be loosely placed on
the neck of an ordinary bottle, and on tho
top ot the oork a bullet will be rested. The
gentleman will then nudertuke, at B dis
tance of twelve paces, to fire a pistol so
that four times in ten triuls be shall shoot
away the cork and drop the bullet iuto the
Tut Best and Ohioim ai, Tomo of Iron,
Mack A Co.'s Ferro-1'iionDliorated Kllxli' o!
Cilu.it bark. The iron restores color to
the blood, tho Phosphorus renews waste of
lue nerve tissue, aud tne Usiissya gives a
natural, healthful tone to the digestive or
f;sus, thereby curing Dyspepsia In its various
onus, Wakefulness, Ueneral Debility, sml
Depression of Hnirils. Manufactured only
by CAHWLIX, HAZARD ft CO., successors
to Caswell, Mock & Co., Now Yolk. Bulil by
A citizen of Coventry. Vt.. lias, dnrina
ths past season, made iuto starch 23,000
bushels of potatoes, oosting f 6,6U0.
Roman People and Customs.
We clip tbe following paragraph from
letter Irons Home to the N. T. Poat :
THE BOM All PEOPLE. '
i It is a strange feet that. In this birthplace
of ths beautiful in tha fins arts, nature has
been so niggardly of her gifts towards the
inhabitants personally. Seldom does one
meet a beautiful face, never an elegant or
stylish person. . Nor Is this confined to ths
bourgenlslt; indeed, as you ascend tho so
cial scale this want ot delicacy of feature
beoooee more striking, aud plainer women
than the ladies of tbe Rreet honses can
scarcely be imagined. Yet the men are
strikingly handsome, lithe of limb, with
olassic faces and marvellous complexions
a little Ntrfcrfrie, perhaps. Yon will meet
a score In a hnlf honr's stroll who might
serve as models for a sculptor, exceedingly
well dressed. The dandies pay their bar
bers to lie their cravats; they seem to be
types of the genus "gentleman." But
they aro- all Dead Sea fruit, for they are
curs who will cringe and whine whenever
their Insolence subjects them to a deserved
There is one among them whose portrait,
carried bv an Amorican girl to New York,
won the heart of an heiress who wonld not
be consoled nntil her parents bronght her
to Rome to see the original. He is the
handsomest man in Italy, with a bold,
frank face and a clear blue eye, which be
speak eouraae and honor. An offshoot of
that nnfortunat woman whom expediency
sacrificed to the crime of another, aud
whose sad features have boon trans
mitted to posterity by tbe genius of Onido
Ileno, this noble Uoman rejoioes la the
soubriquet of Brmif a Id mods, and, aa he
struts alopHhe Corso, is the oynofure of
all eyes. Our countrywoman came, and
saw, and Was conqnered; Bimf a la modi
eotild not mistake the (overtures; h.-waa
willing, like llark is, but he would make
his conditions. He admitted that "he was
for sale," but added, "my price is two hun
dred thonsand dollars;" and so the matter
has draggod on for nearly two years, the
girl refusing persistently to be comforted.
Barna la mmlt declining to abate bis pre
tentions. But so much firmness bos at
lost won Ha reward. The American family
went to fans; the llomsn followed, and
within a law days has telegraphed to bis
papa: "Tmussl arrange, jt ui line txnnc
!)tirt." A phrase which means here "I
liuve got the entire control of my wife's
Foreigners pretend that a desire t mar
ry a title is the motive of the self-exile ol
so many of our country women- unfortu
nately, experience has too often given col
or to tho calumny. lint, admitting that it
wero so always, which is ths most bouora
ble, to endoavor to ally one's self to ancient
and noble sonveneirs, to name that bus
been illustrated in history by great deeds,
or to sell thut name, to bnrter one's ances
tors, and, naturally, oue'a descendants, for
a sum of money more or less considerable?
For', it is noteworthy, those who marry tho
American for their loitune, very often wed
with actual deformity; but you never see
an Atuerican girl who would accept even a
prince or duke, did he not prnseut at least
the outward semblance of refinement and
We may deplore the vanity of our coun
try women, but we must look with contempt
upon those penniless nobles whoso solo
pursuit in life is that of Mi s Dollar.
Another marriage is announced between
a New York lady and a ge itleman from
Naples. Hut this la quite au tber affair, as
the lady is very weanuy ; dui so is uer ouo
sen. Ho bears a grand old name, which for
three centuries has been synonymous with
honor, and this, the last of bis race, is no
exception to the house of Brancaocio. It
IS a love niaicu on uom eiues, nuu ii luero
happens to be a fortune, why, lint mlnurt
About one hundred and sixty bishops
have arrived: of these some ton or twelve
are from America, including the Archbish.
on of New York. So far they are very
quiet, but a little later it ll thought that
eonio ol mein may consent to -mow meiu
elves in society, as they will do to-night at
the rian-immto of Cardinel Moreno. Arch-bi-hop
of Madrid, a new appointment, who
will receive visits of oougratiilutiou this
evening and Saturday at the Palace of Card
inal Burnt, and be. presented witb the Mil
ou Monday next
These erctuimenM, or levees, are a pocu
liar feature of Home, exoept to very dis
tinguished persons. Mo invitations are
Si ut, the saloons are thrown open to every
ono, provided the men have uniforms, and
the women are en grand loiUtle. At the
Cur.liuuls' receptions the ladies are not ad
mitted, unless iu high-necked dresses, aud
the uniform is dt riqutur. At some oi the
Ambassadors', ball dresses aud black ooats
ere allowed to come iu. They are the oc
casions on which the llonian princesses
display their jewels, and no one who lias
not seen it can form any idea what this dis-
luy is. Ths Princesses Horghese, luuo
.tosuiuliosi and tha Duchess Halviatif rep
resent together more than one million ster
ling in diamonds.
Let it not be supposed that this is an ex
aggerution; they are the accumulated
wealth of commies; as mucn a part oi tne
fam iliy estates as their palaces, and as
striutl'y cutuiled. When- to be worn, the
owner for the time being gives a receipt
for tbe same to the custodian, a confiden
tial servant, whose father and grandfather
before him have probably held the same
ollloe. The lady may wear them when and
where she pleases, ulways with the form
ality of tho receipt, aud followed by a res
titution of the same next day; but sue can
not take them with her to loreign parts;
they cannot leave Home; in abort, they are
loaned to the wife of the head of the fu rally,
and are considered pretty niuoh in the
light ol urown jewels. .
Una of the peculiarities of the official
rcei'ini'tilo is that unmarried Iiomau girls
never appear there, tbe fair ssx being ox
clusively represented by their mammas
UMiuliy viuegar-fuoed, aoraggy uiatronr
aud by pretty ioreigners, who go to see
and be seen. Another is that the same
person, be he au Ambassador or a Prince of
the Church, never give s but one, iu the
whole oourse of his oltt.-lul career; in the
first case, on the evening of the day ou
which he was formally received by the
Pope; aud iu the secoud, on his appoint
meut to the naw dignitary. Bo the interval
between the nomination and the presenta
tion of the Hat, the candidate, if he can be
so called, muKt not slrow himself to the
public, and, should he leave his house,
etiquette prescribes that the blinds of his
carriage should be tighlly drawn; so when
Bishop Moreno went on Wednesday to tho
Vatican, he was admitted by a private
door and led without any osremouy to his
audicuco with the Pope.
The Orinoco Oold Field. Cold has
been arriving at tbe Philadelphia Mint for
several mouths past from a tract of land iu
the State of Quayana, ltopublio of Vene
zuela, said tract being ownod and worked
by residents of this oity, under the title of
the Orinoco Exploring and Miuing Compa
ny. Altogether, $114,000 have been sent
to tha Mint since April of this year, (50,
000 of this amouut was the product of
City-eight days' work of ono mill running
twenty stumps. The gold thus worked
from quartz veins, though there is placer
gold there also. It is remarkable for its
fiiieueks, A apeclmen of the placer gold,
analyzed in a private laboratory iu
this city, yielded ninety-three and
a sixteenth peroent. gold, throe and a six
teenth per cent, silver, the rest being iron
und copper. It is somewhat remarkable
that these gold deposits have never been
worked, aud indeed tt is not known whether
there has evor been any exploration of them
from the time of tbe ill-fated expedition
Sir Walter Jtuloigb down to the year 1MH5.
In the latter year, Mr. J. B. Austin, for
merly of that city, sent out Mr. L. M.
Davis, also of Philadelphia, to explore the
gold region south of the Orinoco. Binoe
then a grunt of land has boon wads to Mr.
Austin, aud vigerous mining operations
have tieen going ou, with the above result.
During the rirht quarter of ths present
btisiutss year, 107, 7CU bales of cotton were
receievd at Charleston, being an increase
37, All bales over the corresponding period
Lust year. Ths entire receipts 4ost year
were 1U9.101 bales.
The Holidays—Children's Presents
The Little Corporal—Financial Matters
Chiovio, Chrltms Eve, 18(19. -Ths holi
dsys are nshired In with besutlful weather,
fine sleighing, and the mciry ringing of
bells. To-rlny the streets have hoen throng
ed and the stores crowded with the bnsymui
titude, intent on cotnpletins; their prepara
tions for Chrintniss. Ktsto street and Lske
street were literally full of people, so that lo
enmotlon wss serionsly obstructed, and the
slefglis and esrrfsges whisked ps-t so swiftly
that crossing tho street wss a perilous enter-
Eriso. It lias been a gala day to the shop.
eepers, and a sober observer of this day's
proceedings would be inclined to set us down
as a fust people.- fast in pinking money, snd
fast in spending it. To spend money
to make others cnnifortshle and hnppy is
better than to hosrd it with mi.'erly intent,
and I am glsd that thrre are orcsaions nn
which even Old Money purrs hss to open his
purse. It is true, many who celebrate Christ
mas bestow not a thought npon the origin of
the holiday, or upon the person whose birth
it is designed to eoinmcmorato. But. to open
the purse with gilts and the heart with glad
ness, has a humanizing Influence, and we do
not hare too many holidays.
Tt is becoming quite rnstomnry for pirents,
guardians, and friends to present the chil
dren with books, msgazlnes, sneh tokens ss
blend amusement with inntriiction, and will
be acceptable and useful a'l through tho
year. Msny are In tho habit of subscribing
for them for
THE LITTLE CORPORAL.
the best Juvenile mai;ezlno in this country.
Its great exeeibnce bss given it slmost a
fsliuli.ns circulation, and it la published by
Alfred L. riewell A Co., Chicago.
Ths Tribune's money si lli'ln of to duv has
a lugubrious tone and a prophecy of failures
which the present aspects of trade and the
condition of the country da not justify. Peo
ple hve contracted a chronic habit of com
plaining of hard times especially in Chirago,
win n slniost every business man is expecting
to get rich speedily snd becnii-e they don't
make money ss font ss they did (luring tho
wsr whi n the government was disl iiMlng
millions of dollars hero every mouth, they
croak snd find fsult. lint the truth Is, that
hu-incss has been better here this year than
Is-t year, collections, taking the whole
country tributary to Chicago, better,
there hsvn been fewer failures than
last year, snd onr leading mediants and
bnsituss men are ttronucrand morn hopornl
of the future than ever before. Those busi
ness men who have capital and conduct their
bniness on business pilnciplev, have pros
pered. Of course, those having little or no
capital, and giving long credits, may tail. In
deed II is almost inevilstile tnst they should,
bill the Brest mass of our business men aro
doing business nn a sound basis. And tho'
the price of grain is low, soil those depending
solely nn the grain crop may be straitened,
yet butter and pork and beef command high
S rices, snd errn yesterday reached 75c, within
ve cent of the price of wheat. And as thero
Is a lnrge corn crop despite the croskings
of tbe hshitusl grnmblcrs the resources in
rcterve aro means small.
havo increased materially within a week,
which distributes considerable money In the
is not es-y to be obtained at legal rates, ex
cept bv tho best customers, large sums being
used by the pork packers.
are livdv. Hie rnrepi-ftoss troupe have had
s un st success st tho Opera Honsn. Maggie
Mitchell i- to be tho al'r'etion st McYicker'a
anoltinr week. Aiken's Museum always pre
sents a good bill, snd Ltnerson ,t Manning's
Minstrels st the l. arlmrn make tho smli
cnocs laugh aud grow fat. B.
Portland has not n single ship afloat
The last one was sold a fow days since.
Tho owncis of a nows-fttand in Jeffcr
sonvillo. Iud., report thut they sell more
Polieo Gazettes to ladies than any other
Now Jersey is called by the Evening
Mail a grand bed-room witb a door at each
end, and New York and Philadelphia hold
A republican duilv paper is to be start
ed at Frederick City, MJ, It will be the
first duil paper published in the Suite,
outside of Baltimore.
A man iu California, who was bitten ou
(he lip by an insect "bluck in color and re
sembling very much au overgrown bedbug,"
diod three duys after in comcqticnco.
Mr. John Pnlue, of Albany, has a
sleigh, Ihn running pint of which was
made in lKO'J sixty years ago and has
been in constant usu every winter since.
Fashionable drosHiuakers tiow-a-duys
require thirty yards of black silk to uike
what they cull a "lull short dress." Tho
charge for luukiug vaiies from f 50 to $100.
The Persian silk crop is a total failure
the exports being limited to l.SliO bales,
against UO.OOO bales last year. This will
produce a notublo rise in the price of silk
Tbe amount realized from last year's
cotton crop was $lo3,000,000. It is rough
ly estimated from the iiicomplote returns of
this year a crops that the exports of cotton
alone will root up 2O0,OO0,0O0 iu lb70.
A discharged negro Waiter iu a large
boarding house in New York put arsenic in
the sugar to get even with the landlady,
and the result was that thirty persons were
poisoned, lour or five of whoui are very
Altogether, 138.BH0 Chinese have
reached California, These are thus ac
counted lor by the oompauies. Ilotuincd,
37,ri24;diad, 10,4'Jtl; remaining in the State
41,000; and tho rest have gone iuto other
--Mrs. O'Dounovun Rosea is iu Wash
Daniel K. Colburii. Presideut of the
Wall Street Kxnhango Bank, died suddenly
ui nis omco on naturday last.
Abbe Bauer received $10,000 for
preaching the sermou at the Inauguration
oi uio Hue Canal.
Barnum's manager. John Oreonwood.
Jr., is now connected with the New York
Olivo Logan was born in Lima. New
York, iu lb.t'J. She was the duughter of an
aeior, worucuus a. Loguu.
It Is said that elegant apartments have
been seonred ut the Clarendon Hotel, in
New York, from May 1, 1870, for Prince
Probably the oldewt publisher in the
United States is William Buals, ot tbe Bos
ton J'ut'., who entered ou his elyhty-lilth
year last week,
One of the stockholders of the New
iork Tribune, Dr. Aver, of pectoral fame.
has just olosed a lease of a building in Now
York city to tho United States sroveruruonr.
for $73,000 per Himuu. The cost of the
property thus leased was $'2&M,000.
Oeorgo Francis Train has sent a tele
gram to Sir John A. McDonald. Premier of
the Dominion, Ottawa, Canada, from l'on
tiao, Mich., asking pormissiou to lecture in
VAiimdtt aguiust reciprocity, annexation,
aud Feniuu invasion.
Madame Olympe Audopard, the wo
man who duted to bruvo Brighata Young
in his own house, is lecturing in Paris ou
the "Far West." Sho gives Mormonism
some hard Knocks.
The real estate of the late Gov. It. F.W.
Allston, was sold in Georgetown. B. O..
lust week, under a decree ol equity. Five
plantations, fontuininn; 4,108 ucbsh, were
sold for $42,700. The ame plantations
cotit Gov. Allston $223 500. Very largo
quantities of pine aud swamp laud at low
prices fioui eight lo twenty-two cents per
aero. The terms were one-eighth cash,
balance on a credit of one, two aud three
Covemno) Strawbesbt Plants. Those
who have strawberry plants that have not
been covered for the winter, should not de
lay this very necessary operation. A very
ngiit uiebsui, eveu a nun-men in depth,
Ex-Governor Orr is opposed iu his
camiiuaiurs lor tus supremo Court ol
South Carolina by a colored aspirant,
oamea vr nipper.
How to Invest a Dollar. We desire to
call the attention of onr readers to tbe
method of conducting the popnlar one dol
lar plan of distributing articles of value,
beauty and utility by Messrs. Packard A
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Their stock em
braces over 60,000 articles of value, con
sisting of pianos, tnelodeons, violins, sew
ing machines, gold, and silver and oroide
watches, silver plated ware, castors, cake
baskets, butter dishes, forks, spoons, sets
of jewelry, gold pens. A-o., 4a, which are
being disposed of on the popular plan of
general average of one dollar mch, without
regard to value, and not to be paid for nn
til the purchaser knows what he is actually
They issue certificates of all the articles
on the list, each one of which is put Into a
sealed envelope and the whole are thor
oughly mixed, and when ordored are taken
out without regard to choice and sent by
mail to the purchaser, thus giving all a fair
chance. Thm ore no blank. Single cer
tificates are 25 ots. eaoh, or 6 for $1.00 or
10 for $1.00.
C'hib Jiatft lo Agtnlt. For an order en
closing $3.75, they agree to send 35 cer
tificates and a premium diamond pointed
gold pen, Willi ailver extension case and
pencil. For an order containing $10,00,
they agree to send 60 certificates and a
premium of a silver plated cake basket, or
a splendid gold pen, 14 carets, diamond
pointed, warranted, with gold-mounted
rubber holder and penoil case. For an
order enclosing $'25,00, they agree to send
100 certificates with a preminm of solid
silver hunting cased watch, full Jewelled,
worth $'20.00 and thoy also arrange the
drawing of the lust club so that it shall, in
addition to its regular chances draw at
least cne gold or silver hunting cased
Watch. Ths priae of the last named club,
without premiums, is $16.00. To such of
onr patrons as are disposed to patronize
this responsible firm we give their address
ss .PacAvinf fc Co. Box 1401, t4cinnai,
IIoofland's German Bitters From an
editorial of the "Traveler," Boston, Mass.
This Bitters is vory generally nsed
throughout the United States and Europe,
and the Proprietor has received the most
complimentary testimonials from thousands
who have experienced its beneficial effects.
It is an acknowledged preventive for
Cholera, and highly recommended for
Debility, Prostration of the System, Dis
orders of tho Digestive Organs, Liver
Complaints, and numerous other diseases.
The Bitters is not a liquor preparation,
contains no intoxicating ingredients what
ever, gives tone to me whole system, and
is very oareiuity prepared by one or the
most scientific chemists and pharmaceut
ists in America, from roots and herbs
gathered in Germany.
liootiand s Uorman Tomo is a combina
tion of nil the ingredients of the Bitters,
with pure Santa Cruz Bum, orange, anise,
&o. It is nsed for the same diseases as
the Bitters, in coses where an alcoholio
stimulant is necessary. It is a prepara
tion of rare medicinal value, aud most
agreeable to the palate.
A paper that every farmer in the country
can afford to subscribe for is the Journal of
the larin. This monthly, a copy of which
is upon our table, cow in the third volume.
appears to be about the cheapest agricul
tural journal lu the country. The terms of
subscription are only ttptt cents pes an
num, and lower to clubs. It is siiteea-
paged paper, and its oontents are, almost
exclusively prepared for it expressly by a
couple of able practical writers in the east
ana west, me farming intelligence and
praotical hints are presented in oondensed
form. No farmer will regret subscribing
for it, and all can afford to do fo. Pub
lished at 30 Bonth Delaware avenue. Phils
dclphia. (subscriptions received at tbe
western ciuee, P.O. '230 south Water street.
A Neqlfcted Codoh. on Cold, on Sobs
throat, which might be checked by a sim
ple remedy, like "iiroicn s Bronchial Tro
che," if allowed to progress may terminate
eennuoly. Jior ifrgnohltis. Asthma, Catarrh,
and Consumptive Coughs, I In JVocies are
nsed with advantage, giving oftuntiuics
immediate relief. Singers and publio
speakers will find them also excellent to
clear tho voice and ronder articulation won
Mother's will vind rest, and snaie their
little oues much suffering by keeping a
bottle of "Pratt A Butcher's Magic Oil" on
hand two to five drops in a little sugar
and water will afford Immediate relief te
the little ones, when suffering from wind
ro'fo, or while teething. It is also a sura
euro for croup. It is perfcotly harmless
try it. Bold by all druggists ut 50 cents
The ancients desired "locks hnshv and
I lack as the raven" as one of ths perfec
tions of manhood, and tresses long, silken
nnd lustrous, as the crowning glory of
womnnnooit, but lime, the sly old dog,
drew li ib fingers through their Lair, and
leit "Jtlia mark In white. Time is now
bullied by these who use King's Vegetable
Ambrosia, the greatest and most reliable
Hair Restorative of modern times.
Tiiohi who wish a reliable preparation
for the bair should adopt Hall's Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Itenewer.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A UKNTLKU AN wbo mtttna lor Mart (ram N
Dabllie, Prematura Daear, and aU tha sUmis ol room
ful IndlaoraUon, wlU, lor Ilia aaks ol auffsruif bnnanitr,
aand fra to all wbo nasd It, lb wall and dlrtoUooa
for makluf tba almpla ramudf bf wutob bs waa ourad.
BuSerara wUhlaj IV profit br Ins adrarUaar'i siparl.
noa, oan do ao, by addraaalns, In parfaot oonfldanos,
JOHN R. OUUKN.
Wa 43 Oadar atraat, Naw York.
COUGH! COUGH! COUGH!
8 HUN WORTHLESS NOSTRUMS.
USE THAT WHICH IS GOOD.
U.KN'B l.UNU BALSAM
JM. l bs On at Luns RamaOr.
rUNU BALSAM (AI.U.N'H)
A Hold br all OruuUta.
I UNO BALSAM (AU.KN'8)
A la tba moat auoooful rwmad? for Conanmptlua
1 EVERYBODY SHKFKHINO from Pulmonary
A Complaints auould oaa AXXSM'a Lusu BaxaAJf .
mTOTlOK, ALLEN'S l.UNU BALSAM
il auraa wkan otbar ramadlaa fall,
SHOULD YOU FKTBOUBI.KD
witb Luus diuiuulur. uaa
ium'i Luna b.La.M
I UNCI BALSAM (AI.LhN'H)
A Itaa si-sn onivtraal aaUafaotton.
fTSE ALLEN'S LUNU BALAAM
I lor aU Pulmonary AOaoUons
JEVItB DKHPAIR OF A OURK
1 IU yuu baft triad AXLAM'S hVMQ BAUUM.
REATSU00BH8 HAS ATTENDED
tus inu-aauotlon of
Alias's Luna Baia-m,
KWARE Ok- CONSUMPTION t
Ausn a Lune Ualaani la oonndanuy raoommacdwd.
RE you troublsd witb ASTHMA f
Allui's Lusu IUuum wUI tsUmyou,
rUNO BALSAM (ALLEN'S)
4 ooutalua no Opium lb any ol IU forms.
3TOP THAT OOUO HI
9 ioij'i Loxo Baluh will do .t
IXEN'S LUNO BALSAM.
UlrwiUona aoeompaay aaub bottls
OTHERS aboold kssp
st band for oaa la oaas of Croup.
Sola by All aiMUclue Dealers.
Bold at Mllwaukatby H. BuawoiTH t Boss , Onr ess
A Burro, files A RmrNa, Urise Bsua., DoltMXK,
dJiiuir m Co., and all Milwaukas lrusstia
THE Adrartiaar, bavins baas rsatorad to baallb la a
law waaka, by a vary almpla ramady, altar narlns auHsr.
ad aavaral ysar witb a aarara luus aflMHua, and tbal
draad diaaaao, (JonauinpUoa-laantioua to maka known
to bla fallow auffarsra, Lua maana ol our.
To All who daaira It, ba will aand s oopr ol tba pis-
aoriptlon uaad Ifrao of cbarsa), witb tba diraoUona lor
preparing and ualng tba aama, wnlub tbay wUI aud a
Suits Uuits roa oumsumptiom, Asthma, BaoscHiTis,
st. Tba oblaot of tba adrartiaar In aandtnf tba pre.
aoription la to banabt Uu amietad and apraad infornuv
tlun wbiob ba oonoalTaa to Da lavaluabla i and ba bopaa
ovary auffaror wul try bla ramady, ss it wilt cost tnam
Bobbins, and may prow a hlaaalns
Partus wiabins lbs praaorlptloo will plaaas addiwas
Bsv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
WUlUuiaburg, muss Oounly, Raw Yea.
SO. WEAVER S
Canker and Salt Rheam 8yrup,
For th Crtrn of nnkmr, fin It Rhmtm. FrriittMtlM, fVrrot
tout llaiMv ( 'ntAnintin Rnitirrnia, tno rf ,
ti7 kinn of IHfteiiM ntn from an
Impur fttat of tho Blood.
Tht Knit FfnUr niomt ftrlttqf f yiHmm& CWtiiWy
w Brtld by nil MMIc.no DMUfl,
Soft by Urcknk A Button, MUwtokM.
or TF1H AOS.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
...-. rjM uiay iTT.nwiiiT una mm Wtl "BU
hMdlnc but I moftn mimrr nrd of II 1 har boo
ttaoro. Who your r-rton la rtefcod with
Win, nd jnn eftnnnt vrm tiirnronrwlf In bod, orotttlo
fl ft thJttr. oU mnat Hit ind eii.rTnr In iha vinrnlnsr sriaii.
in tt wm otxht, nd t ntf hi within it M uvrrninM
Whon you two
whon ry norv In frvnr hntn la Hko U)9 tin of ft
twp, olrcti!lm tho mrxit nmnnua and hot ottoQ
jour hrt, and driving yoo to tho Tory forgo of
issnuissi tv uvm uu uavv wun
(that I haro ht jrnt thrmih wtth.) that mm afrful,
lelUM .lswt-WiUH..lg, 1 1 II Ml TrrwngUt iitgi I&uaH
spirit tirnktng and mind wo.kniDCf all diviu that
oan a rill at our poor human naturav tVbon you baro tho
M l I.ANO.
tvinffund writhlnir In Rgnnyand pit In, on a Mo to torn
iiiitm'ii id immi, nun viry moTPmrrti win go to tow
leart Hko knlfo: now toll tno. If rallpf and euro of an
of tho- d ! in fi'w dara la not tho OrMtao
Modloal Blooalnc of tho Afe, toll ma what la I
niBKOTIONSTO tTHIE .Ymi will tw.V.
fal and thrM apoonfalsi of wm i r thmt tima a Ujr, an4
in iw tiT Tflrj piwucm ni rnotinjatie ana DAnriif t
potn will bo di-MolTod and fmaa off bjr th ktdnora-
Maaafacturod bf IX I.N A 1,1) KFNNKDT,
WttnTVaAta Antrim-) full tttiAh A l-nlU lvstxt
eft Nmlth, K P. twyr A To , Hiimhiiim A Van Schaaon
Hurl hurt A Kdull, Tulnuui A Ktn, htoagn: Orooa At
BtiUon. Hfff A ltlotnK, Hnftwoiib A Km, Dohtr.tan A
RohmMt, MilwHiiViMi MoC'n)ich A MafJord. Wmi
Tor Hms, Nt. PMt; fftllln) Hrrm , ,. V WttL
Mat-on IW.HL Loula ; Monro A Tarbot, Zuukoraaan A
a roiau uy au anifffiti. rnoowi.au.
Itch I Itch I! Itch!!!
CRATCH IK BATCH tt ttCHATCH III
In front 10 lo 48 boars
Cans The lleh. -Cure
Mn ll Kheaaa.
:ir Iinrtiere Iteh.
Cursa 14 lure.
CVraa awry HnJ nf Siiaur MU
Prlee, ios. a boa i br awll, toe
AOdrsva WHFKH k POTTER, 170 Waahlnstoa St. ,
ForaaUbvailDrusirlau, . . Batten, Mua
enmiA bughbtis cuustus.
Ha vi ntovTtD, ntoif Tire most avtim
xpart-nea, aa entire sneeasst Simple
Prompt Emdent and Rallabl. Tbay ara tne
only Madlcinas Mrfrntly adapted te popular aa.
ao almpla tbal salatakae cannot be made la
aalns Ui am i so harmlaaa as to ba fra from rl.n.
get, and ao afflcianl as to be always ral labia,
Tbay bars rslaad tha blf baot eommradatloa Cross
aui, au wui always racuiaf i
1, Cures Fever, Omfwartrm, TiflawimarJona
tt onnt Warm Kavar. Wnrm ftnll ia
" rylns-OolloorTa-ililnf of Infintf
" xtlarrbaTaorCbtWlrsn or Adnlrs..wl
" -nyaomtery, Orlplng, Btllnna Collc.M
'oncbav Colda, Broocbltla M
" Nwrlrl. Toothatbo, Pscrsrbs. IB
ltyaprpalav, Blllona Stouiacb S5
" B ii n i rM4, or Pain rnl Partods. . .IIS
14 Whites, too profaa I'arioda 6
" I'roop. Oooyh, Dlmeolt Bnthtnr..i
Itbenmntlam, ltheamallo pains. .SS
Favar Aaae, Cblll Vovsr, AiraaaSO
lllaa, blind or blaadln......7... W
a Opthalmy. and sor or weak Eyaaao
H Catatrrb.soale orebronlc.InflnonBAMI
" 1 hoopins 'OBKb.vlul-iitcuajbou
" Aalbms, oppraaacd Breathing no
tteromia,anlarKOd rlnnda ,aw-llln.50
" llronay, and scanty Becratlona. . . .60
" KldneyUlwaaa, Oraval &0
Nrrroaa Itebllllw Horatnalt
C Kmlaatona, Lnvtilantarj Ula-
chargra 1 00
M Pore Iriontb, Canksr 60
w I'rtain W.aliaan,aMliWltO
14 Palnfnl Parluds, witb isuma. &l)
HuMnrltiKa ai chiiiita or Ufa. 100
" aPllepsy,Hnaama,t.Vltaa'Iancl 00
UivhUaerlia, aicsrated son throat. U .
Of SI to TO I art: rials, mororra
or roaawood case, contnlulnaj
aiwlda for every ordinary
dlaeass a family la subject to,
and books of direction....
Prom $10 to $81
S miliar Family and TrmvallBwcaa-a,
with to h vlaia (ram IS to $8
Bpwclncsrbrall Krlvalo 1)1 . Ixiib
fur CartnjK and lor frovoullve
traaUnsnt, la vials and pockti:iass,$ato$
fJ, POIfDS BXTBlGTi
Cnroa II urns, Hrulsca, LsmaaaM,
Boreueaa,Hore Th roatNprmlnav 'l'oolb
nrbo, Karacbe, curaltrlai, lth(,u una
lam, l.uanbacs, I'llcs, llolla, Btliiga,
Bur Kyoa, ItWdlnr or tbe Lnusa,
Not, ktomacb, erof PUati Corns, VI
eon, Old Soros. Prlco AO eta. to tl.Tt
ftr Tnaee Ramadlaa, exespt POND'S EI
TRACT, kv tbe caao or a Inula box, are sent to
tny part or lbs eonntry, by mall or express, (res
of charga, & raoalpt ot tha prlco. -
4ddnas Humphreys' Spoolflo " '
Homsopathio Medlotns Company, ,
Offlo and Depot, He. Ml Bboaowat, New York.
Dr. Bvm-nsrs taeonsolteddallyal his otlee,
Mraonallyor by letur, as above, lor all Conns of
j FOB BALM BT AIL DRUQQIBTi, ' '
WHOLES AX ft AO R NTS.
Chicaoo, U.u Riirnhtum Van Sohuek.
Ht. ahhu, Mu. Hrown, Wobar tt tirfttuua .
Br. Paul, &1iwh.--Jankt A .uraon.
THE AMERICAN FAMILY
U prMntel lo the public u th mat
Simple, Durable, Compaot and Cheap
Uoittinc IImUIm w innntstd.
PRICE, ONLY $25.
This Maohln$ will run aitlur bvokwar4 or fonrtrd
wtUi oqutU UtJtiill ;
Makes the same Stitch ai by Hand,
But far niparior lo ovarr raapaoC
WML KMT 20,000 STITCH LI IN
AND TH) PKRKRCrrWOKK.laattrg atary kaot oa
tha liuUila of Iha work. It will knit a pair of Ntookiima
iany aua lu Uaa tiuui half aa hour, it wlli kali
CioM or Opea, IMala r HlbbH-d Work.
with tar kl&d of ooaraa or flnawoolan ftrn. or oottoo,
ailk, or llnn. It will knit lookuiH with duublu hajl
and too. drawara, hrMHia, aaok. uui.kinK oapa, oomforta
puraea, mulTa, friD(f, alvtiana, nubiun, under alsavaa.
ahlrta, aba win, jaukoU, e.adle blaukottv laifiilna, aua
pa d dura, wrtalara, Lidla. tiunata. tullvtf work, and In
lO'iMJui, iksiioc. onjit, lamp wicki, tua it, omti, uuuar-
, and In
fact an andlaw variety of artiolwe in ovary tiajr uaa aa
wall aa for oruauant.
rnozri ss so io run day
ba aa mtuU by any eiw vi'h tht American Knitting
MacAins, koitttQ$r looking, Ac, whila atp?rt optjratora
oan avail uiaka more, knitung fanoy work, which alwaya
ooiumauiU a randy aala. A pron en roadljy knit
fijin twalva to liltuen ontraof atiioklnua pur duy, Uto
prolit oo whiuh will nut ba lewi thun luriy aauta pur pur.
Oan aali thalr wool at only forty to fifty oanta par poo ud ;
but by jtviuair tba wool made Into yarn at a am nil ax
peuBu, and knlttlug it lnio aooka, two or ibraa dolisua
par pound oan ba luallztrd.
On receipt of Aituwa will forward a maohiue aa
H A to proeurt aettvt Afi.VTSin rrv fction of
ths Vniud a a' ami CuuimIum u uhvm (Aa Hunt Ubtrut m
dunntnUt wilt oji tL A'iitruu
A merlon n Kulttlnn iUaublue Co.
Uoriion iUtm.i or Ht. Louio, Mo
Vrnt Common Aouao I) erido
What ta tha rational mada of procedure In anew of
femoral debility, and nervous proatration f Voot not
raaaoD tall tu that judieloua ailuiulatloa la required.
To raaoct to vloleat purcatlon in auoh a eaaa U aa abaurd
m 11 wonld ba to bleed a lUrrinf man. Yet tt la done
every day. Yea, lb la stupid and uuphiloaoyhloai praoUoe
la oontlnuad la the teem of the gnatnet that physical
weakneee, with all tha nervous dleturbanoea that
accompany It. It mora oerUlnly and rapidly relieved bf
HuaUlter'i ISioiiiach hit era than by any utber mediulne
at preaent known. It la tine that ueneral debility la
often attended with torpidity or Irregularity of tha
howele, and that tbia eyuipumi uiuet Dot ba overlooked,
but while the diftcliAiKo of the w state lunttor -f the
ayetani la aipeditod or ruiruUtod, Ita riy.ic must btrrcntiu
U. '1'be Itittera do both. 'I hey continue aperieutaod
antl bihoua proprirtloa, with ektrnordiuary touie power.
Kven while miiioviug obmructlona from tha bowela,
they tnne and u-vltfur ita tboee orKana Throuah tiia
toiuat h, upon which the great regulable epooino aota
dlrevtly.lt (jive a heitllbyand purmauent tiupetuv to
rveryeDfeelilod fiinotiou. liittONtlou U faoliiutad, Uia
tlteiinc oirouiaiiun retrnUtod, tho blood reluforued
with a new auueMioD of the alimentary prlnolple, tha
nervee braced, aiidallUiedoruiit powuraof thu eystem
rouaed Into healthy autiou ; not epaaiuodtuall, aa would
be tha oaae if a mere aUuiulant wera adininiHturetla but
for a oontuiuatuc. It ia In thin way that eut h extraor
dinary uheiAyua aro wrought lo the oondition of tha
fttabla, eutatiKtvd nd ueivoui Invalida by the nee of
tlua wobdorful ooneotive, alterailvo and tonto. Let
ooininon aeuae deolde betwawii aucb a prapaxatioo and
a prostrating eatbartla aupplaineutoa by a polaonoua
Mt.aiioat lua etaiinint) or juin;a.
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