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t Jereesalo 'otn ag remains ex
rt~tr eatutreas, iMhteh Mitt re
themen The ajtiera
;is revered sod ºs
ristian. and Molblm
walls inclose a cir
iles, a somewhat
destroyed by the
ich was trodden
P&- 1, tch stood the
mnagnifieent of Solomon, and
UiRag ,l on -.imthe south part of the
slui ;, atesr fbtr is-the-temolable pool
of Siloam,' On the gouth of the city is
the Achldakisn and' uw9non, or Gehenna,
and on the east the valley.of Jehosaphat.
taos ft r., rled EL Har
e y., :is a vast pile of buildings
eomposed :of a elaster of mosques and
Moguls, revered .by Moslems as the se
contd gre=tsawetuary of -Mohammedan
ism, It is said to be built over David's
t 6ib a 'd tocoiitalp the sacred stone
that t]raned Jaosb's` pillow.
A~augt the numerous Christian chur
obes ama convents, the Church of the
,HolySepulebre, isthe most interesting.
., MOuwar LANow.-Lebanou is not an
isolated peak, but a chain of mountains
running through the south of Syria.
The wood for King S'l-omon's Temple
was eat from its slopes, and many of the
sacred utensils were made from its ce
dars. Jerusalem was sometimes called
Lebaknoi because the temples and houses
were built almost entirely of the cedars.
MoarT --HoEB.-Moses wanderiang
one morning-along the slopes of Horeb,
sawbefobre him a solitary bush blazing
from°top tbo bottom, but still unconsum
ed. Every branch was a fiery branch,
and every leaf a leaf that growed un
wasted in the still flame. As he stood
amazed and awestruck at the sight, a
voice exclaimed: "Take thy shoes from
off thy feet, for the place on which thou
standest is holy ground."
Mount Moriah stands just without
Jerusalem, and is now crowned with the
mosque of Omar, whose entrance has
been long forbidden to the Christian,
and kept sacred to the followers of Mo
hammed. It stands where the rude al
tar of Abraham rose nearly four thoits
and years ago. The proud city has risen
and fallen beside it, generations of men
have colue and gone, and whole dynas
ties, of kings disappeared one after the
other; yet there it st4ands as it stood iin
the wilderness when it was trodden only
by the wild beasts of the forests. Years
after, the temple of King Solomon threw
the sunbeams upon it and the children
of Israel paid their vows there. But it
is still more memorable to Masons, on
the account of H. A.'s tomb.
THE Sounon op WINE.-There is a
little German anacreontic, which tells
that an angel, visiting the earth somei
time after the subsidence of the Deluge,
discovered Father Noah setting at noon
in the shadow of a fig-tree looking very
disconsolate. The angel inquired the
cause of his grief, Noah replied that the
noon-time heats were very oppressive,
and that he was thirsty and had nothing
"Nothing to drink!" said the angel.
Look arouudl Do not the rains fall, and
the rivers runn; and is there not a spring
of water bubbling up at thy cottage'
door'm" "It is true," answered Noah,
smiting his breast, "that there is abun
dance of water in which thy servant can
bathe: but alas! when I think of the
multitudes of strong men, of beautiful
women, and of innocent children, and
the countless host of animals that were
drowned in the flood, the ideal of water
becomes distasteful, and my lips reisme
to drink." "There is reason in what
thou sayest," replied the angel, and,
spreading his snow-white wings, he flew
up to heaven, swift as a lightning flash,
and while the eyes of Noah were still
dazzled by the brightness of his pres
ence, returned with some shocks of the
wine, which lie taught the grateful pa
triarch how to plant and tend, and, when
the fruit was ripe, how to press into
This, says thie song, was the sonrce of
all the beneficent and benevolent drinks
which the world owes to the grape.
At five years of age a horse has forty
teeth-twenty-four molar of jaw teeth,
12 incisor or front teeth, and four tusks
or canine teeth, between lie molars and
incisos, but usually wanrting in the
At birth only the two nippers or mid
dle incisors appear.
At a year old the incisors are all visi
ble on the first or milk e t.
Before three years, the permanent
nippers have come through.
At toar yearsold, the permanent di
viders next to the nippers are cut.
At five the mounth is perfect, 'the se
oond set of teeth having completed.
At sex, the hollow under the nippers,
ealled the mark, has disappeared flom
the dividers, and the next teeth, or cor
-ners, are level thodgh showing the
At eight the mark has gone from the
earners, and the horse is said to be aged.
After this time, indeed good authorities
say after five years, the age of a horse
tae only be eotjettured. But the teeth
_gradmaly change their form, the incis
' "sw bppwing round, oval, and then
. ,akmg Dealers sometimes IrsSoP
:9 e of old bores; that is scoop
g to imitate the mark; but this
"skaswei y' the absepee of the
o of ipmel whicen always ear
b. U seast udkl by the shape of
1: iu e n .arka of age about
- bo~~ -
4 . sRl'rStawe's ..ib .-Wisdonm
c- that don't make as happie'r ai worth
B- glb*4kg' for. ' "
" 'Itta. goa dldan'to k-no.enny people,
ii but 18t 'at'y i 'few kio'iydit;
n, I naver kna a man' ore mieh wisdom
6- who cud sing a song well or. plp ou n"a
r- I dot't care how a man talks if he
it will only say it in a few wurds.
I, Rewards deferred mekes as miserable;
in it is jist so with punishments, when J
s. was a boy I rather 'be licked twice thafl
ie to be postpotted once.
n There iz one thing sertain; reason is
d more than master of pashnus. If this
is probably so, the man must be a phool
e- who ain't boss of hinmself.
d We are awl willing to pay more for
ie being amused than instrucked.
>1 How many folks do you serpoes thare
is isz in this world who are satisfied with
a, things a tfar as they nave got' Not
t. more than 6 I'll bet. This looks rather
r- dusty for the rest of the trip.
s If a young nman kan't find enny thing
d else that he is fit for, I like tew see him
e- carry. a gold headed cane.
2. The top rounds ov a ladder are alwaz
's the most dazgerous.
e I beleaf in the final salvation of men,
but I don't want the privilege of pick
r- ing the men.
e Thar is just this difference between a
. success. and a failure-quarter of an
s Although mankind worship wealth, I
A. will give them credit for one thing
le they seldom mistake it for branes.
e Most or the grate thinmgs -have been
e- did by taking the chances. Prudence
d has but one eye, while fortune has a
a. It ix eazy enuff ti git rellgnn, but to
g hold it bothers a fellow. A good grip
a, is better than rubiz--yes ! than much
g fine cotton clothes.
ASTONISHED RED MEN.-A Land of
,: Indians made a sudden attack on a de
d tachlenit of soldiers in the mountains.
a The soldiers had a mountain howitzer
1 mounted on a mule. Not having time
u to take it off and put it in position, they
backed up the mnule and let drive at the
it Indians. The load was so heavy that
e mule and all went tumbling down the
a hill toward the savages, who, not under
standing that kind of warfare, fled like
z deer. Afterward one of them was
1- captured, and when asked why he ran
i. so, renlied, "Me big liinji, not afraid of
n little guns nor big guns, but when white
man load up and fire a whole jackass at
c_ Injin, me don't know what to do."
e Nashville Press.
t DARK HotOURS.-To every nman there
t are many, many dark hourl-when he
feels inclined to abandon his best enter
>rise; hours when his hearts dearest
t hopes appear delusive; hours when he
feels unequal to the burden, when all
his aspirations seem worthless. Let no
one think that he alone has dark hours.
a They are the common lot of humanity.
g Ihey are the touch stone to try whether
e we are currentcoin or not.
SAn old maid, being at a loss foria pt
cushion, made use of an onion. On the
following morning she found all the need
eles had tears in their eyes.
SALT AND AaSmEs FOIt h ORSES.
Those keeping horses should, twice a
week, throw in a handfil of salt and
~ shets. Mix them by putting in three
palts of salt to one of ashes. Horses
relish this, and it will keepl their hair
soft and fine. It will prevent botts, col
ic, etc. A little ground sulphur, mixed
with nalt. and ashes, and given once in
Stwo or three wet ks, is also benefticial.
itAll domestic animals will be thus bene
I litted.-[ Turf, Field and Farm.
' The impression is almost universal
r among tihe freedmen that Registration
e is an operation sonehow prelimuinary to
t their obtaining an allotment of the lands
of their late mnasters; and it is a common
' t hing to find them slyly hes.peaking from
the Registarsthe selection ots goodl tract.
II Disputes often arise on the important
- question whether the Governmaent is to
e furnish mulns as well as lands, the negro
logic running in this wise: "For what's
de use of botn' sot tree widout lands?
o And wat's do use of de lands w'dout
nules?" -[ Charleston Corres. N. Y
Nothing like love and hunger to drive
a man naud or make him happy. Next
v to tIe feast upon a seventeen year old
, pair of lips under *he grape vines by
N moonlight, is a foray 111)upon1 a platter of
ml cold beats after tishing all day for suck
e ers. The one fills the poetic heart; the
other an empty stomach.
Gen. Howard, Chief of the Bureaunn of
. Freedmen, declares that nearly a million
and a quarter of the colon ed jiopnlation
t of the country have died since their
emancipation f'ronm slavery. At that
i. rate, the negro race will soon pass out
of existence in thle United States.
A late number of the Ne' York Mer
e, cnry, among other theatrical notices,
a says "the gorilla at Barnumn's Musenm
p. may be considered the lion of the day
e since Sheridan has gone."
DIED IN THE WoOL.-Said.oUe Radi
1 cal to another the other day :
,'You've heard of the fellow who died
Sat his post, have you not '"
h "Yes," at sweredl his friend.
"And you've heard of the other one
Swho died in the harness 1"
p "O, yes!" answered the Radical.
"And we Republicans have died in the
His friend saw the point and looked
SThe Oeorgetown (Texas) Watehmapa
maya that the other day a youth lhying
in Wilisamson county procuted some
thing like a gallon of bees, whidh he
Stied ap in his bandannan and carried to
aimp meetng~ AcA~er the asrmon was
*- ,er, amsst4a when the happieeas of
.* a Y T calumittig, he t.ned his
. , t., , w hi. . - , .1 d
U.r~s~i~ t ·a~~~r
· '' ' '
j` fiBON ýý.-- iplain
AZB W ore tha. t .
tr 'ears ihaafe I Wlsmned that tipr
woeald, cre thabiteof"strweesg .
knowing it would, cure *otihe kinlds of
pison of any hind, ;ath b on mnan and
east-. " tbln 'no tinar s .d
without a bottle in tS a e
tietat must takib a spefdiof rternal
ly, and bathe the Wipd. or ire; . To
c~pe a horse it requires as meh ,a$ Jit
does for a man. Here let *mctell ofone
of~ most extreme ·nases S asnake
bln this neighborhood. Elevent
ye bgo this summieor, ivbhere the case
had been thirty days si tiin4 ib d the
ipat1ienpihag4 yea up by Iis phyis..
ezans, I bead nied the oil iad
gave him one ful which .affected
a cure. It is an antidote for arsenic and
strychnine. It till cure bloat in cattle
by ettlig too'freely of fresh- clover; it
will 'cure the sting' of bees,' silders odr
other insects, and will cure persons who
have been poisoned by a low running
vine, growing in the meadows, called
_--- . !
English sad Freteliladies, it its aki4,
are divinly tretty and too good niatured.
They have an excellent chatonm among
them that wherever you go the girls kiss
you. They kliss you whe,, yiou ' come,
they kiss you when youa go. they kiss:
you at intervmening "optortiUnities, and
their lips are soft, warta and delicious
If you can say nothing good of one,
say nothing all.
"How," said Mr. A. to a friend who
wished to convey a matter oftinportanee
to a lady without.communicating direct
ly with her, "how can you be certain of
her reading the letter, seeing you have
directed it to her husband I "'That I
have mnanaged without the possibility of
failure," was the answer; ,'she will
open it to a certainty, for I have put
the word 'private' in the corner."
If we expect to receive the ..bleasing,
of Heaven, we must work for them.
God's bounties are hanging over us in a
cloud, as it were, and ready top sAow r
upon our hearts the moment we are
rtady to receive them. This inspiration
depends upon the use we make of our
faculties of hody and mind. If we live
and act right, "blessings," as we are
wont to call them, will follow as a -nec
A negro policeman in Mobilo, hearing
a distant pistol shot, dropped hat, club,
badge and pistol, and ran all the way to
the guard-house to report that a man
had fired at him. The military mayor
The London Times has a subscriber a
hundred years old, who has read that
paper since it was first started.
Chief Justice Chase at one time edit
ed an anti-slavery paper in Cincinnati.
A newsboy was given ten cents by a
gentleman in consideration of his not
swearing for a week, and promised more
at the end of that time if he kept his
promise. After receiving the money the
boy said: "I understand that I must
not swear, but how inl the h--- are you
going to know whether I do or not?"
The oldest newspaper in the world is
published in Pekin, China. It is print
ed on silk, and has appeared every week
for at least orie thousanld .years..
A young lady' went out with a rather
timid beau sleighing one evening, conm
placently remarking to him that she sel
delnt went sleighing but she got clhps on
the lips. The young man took the hint
The Empire Parish says that sugar
making has comimencce in earnest In
Plaqnemines; likewise that malarial dis
eases have almost entirely disappeared,
and that several levees are soon to be
INJURuES.--If a bee stings yon,.will
you go to the hive and destroy it? WVould
not a thou.said come upon yon? If you
receive a trifling injury, d1o not go about
the streets lproclaiming it, ai,ld be anx
ious to avenge it. Let it drop. It is
nature to do wrong; but it is grace to
An Irishman who was reprieved the
night belore the day applointed for his
execution, and who wishes to get rid of
his wife wrote to her as follows:
"I was yesti-rday hanged, and died like
a hero; do as 1 did, and bear it like a
The Boston Transeript prints the fol
lowing "laconic" epistle:
Mr. B- , I see no reason why your
piggs should run at large in my gar
Mr. M-, I see no reason for your
spelling pigs with two gs. A. B.-.
Eloquence, sa1 a Emerson, is as natu
ral as swimming, an art which all imen
might learn, but so few do. It only
needs that they be well pnshed off into
the water, overhead, without-cork, and,
atier a struggle or two, they will find
the use of their arms, and henceforward
they possess the new and wonderful
Butler's butler having secreted some
teaspoons from his nmaster's eophoard at
Lowell, (with various initials,) the Gen
oral reproved him sternly; "When I
took yon tbfor my butler, I did not think
that you wonhl take me for your New
Orleans."-1Q. Y WorldM.
A modern Amason, on her way to a
convention, asked foe a seat in a crowd
ed ear. An old gentleman With 9. keen
eye inquired: "Be you one of the wo
men righter'" *'I be I" answered the
undaunted heroine. "Do yeao believe
that a women has the same tights as a
man" I d I-' .! -taphticafly.) "Well,
then, stand up and enjoy 'em like, a
C4l. Ward, of tue Bedth, declares that
with iftenegto labor, it will not pay to
open, cleatar Up and lsnce orm ti~mtbered
lands. I~ adrveastesr discarding all
notions of agriuiturtr living and pro.
hdetang at home what is ooasamed ait
hosae, and beeomuing indeameuds af
the res of the world,
meen or setoesaw,,ot whetever eelctl4 qfr party.
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alu is whatei Publit a d iosee t the sleh aigent
or those by far the largest sodin the mast complete
book m s-pnuactor and look-selling estlahnt. J
Sboo.ks in uth. e propose to all hbooks ando ine
trg e togof books of -Il kinds and desoriptions, Reig.
this itLaw. r pblored school-boosr, to publish fore ent
thbye min as, ptast-efully, on reep, and o ub'Isher' setal
To Pr kinters and descriptians elegantly. promptly.
We are sole age-ts for U. I. Johnson's celebra.
anted cheaply eecnkut. d sam and colorn; also peor
Valer's Elats .Gumr
for and by the best workmen and e the beat terms.he
I at off red. Pri and every style daper d; and
it kept on band le o.o ale.
l We olicit Pri ter to try as w an r for
tm See Catalogue olf Sontberp, Series of
-r School Books, by the Prdeaaor.3 in Uni
Ik ead heumr awd bte wi rnahed deinn copiesfor
on rclarpt of postage; send for cirauoara: The
ouihwter b7 louth Boute is the sole agente,
fMagthine of Amehri; deveted to Ornsttories,
tages, Hoeold matter , Gemv so Thought, Per-c.
menbo eks.; in o by t alogue, all ooks proad imel
this city, or publishtrted wi this eatly, will be ,ent
tiby man. post-pae, with othn reeipt of pub'ad nter's retai
l iterature. r in Loi a d Teta.
o pare sol a-ts fvor nt. I. Johnsonm celebra
ted Punting Inks. o*ll grades sud colors; also for.
Valise's Ea'e Gum
or making Rollers-tee cheapest and by wiear the
a t off red. Price nly ceuts per pound; me
i' ..nd you will mua no utter.
mWe tolsit s peelme.a t ttrey s ewithe a orded for
Y ktly d Gum. i tth e valtil see dagain. pd fore
splendid premiums fr r, oiilmt $5 eah, with the
thr GRA4, wit V the S, JONES & Co.l.
id ta 7ee it ay37 so ll the Court street,
e' 1k briber*t'8 MO HrlY,.6. TMe ANor
SnaerLopeces anew te lm del Parlor
wTrs itkas an rlch ecturs dMol ot.
mente, mailed fbrtee. t thos adrf
JD. t il . +
deries. Jewdelry and a Tcr, ais
•B D/. . A
l Ite raturet.er til the Y )
,r. ,tpruie ams o er to aOsek ssotar
t,, roloass ha s sa al t ta
o e t act as .
rrcae toie t -.
tl' W vny' dtf bhp" . , .
tee. bto, .. . h ook
.·(o " ·t,o
'lo6k. as... a
Iowla grsdaai I0n $b 3n worth.
l +ues thl nor mo i t. , o
I .Tis wasa5 tod iby -L0 fre to bet
II.-TTo b met in tlbyltt , not to be
ooIl'.-e -- e tuft: r`I a six
.the bed Q d o f So .
V.-t ior ti , to r n
M S: forthe best 'rethd 3wt,., t
mbest, .-. 100. .
Wit tio .0when ee( ptrope
decide upon their mrts *tiqiIB
offer to pay youfor the be , lob we
hope yp, u will not obneMt. . erneIst I
solicit all who c W rit, .ti a small
portion Eu theb'imes ot! ycong.
Heivt r'tope al, staohi a
iphotld te i into the a ]i
a 1 ` It " Ie oa~f the r er.j bes O 9W s A4 e
I 1018oode oi We Papers
pnle. shed. c
tl it g rtii. t o tractione
s. th h kndes !' Qa oerKSSteW Ia.
duoeicenta to@ srlu -
i ag sih sd g Eh ,g
7. Irt the n"eep as cn Only b0
ccnte a year.
gI -Send for a apec'tm.in
A1.it res- -
DOOu 2 Co X AC Cases.
Of the city of New tIrk-aar '4..
It was founded in 1832-ha a. chsrp from the
State as a permanent Institnliqp autde, Abe diret.
lion of a board of frustees apotd the Le.
islature, and is atdhorippd to , fir *)rees, Di.
plonmas. dc. I was not spendl rlqgt e war.
Penmansip-leon not lmitd. 28 00
Book-keepeng-double ad single try.
kg., a retfeot cerse, N 00
Arithmetic, ucludindg all commesial sal
calatione, 50 00
Lctures on conmeret law, 20 00
'he above constitates the commnerelj ourse.
French, 100 00
Latin, 100 00
A Life Ticket in sllthe Departuemts, 50'
as he may desire,
Pot dMiyLay UE a u per amouth, 20 00
Sutationeey for cosmmewl ro ent eres, , ,5 00
Stationery fornm aeahip, 1i s
eidtbe, free at darer
elveth, whitab are sseka more nuotm'tihan tos
We have ample atitegup'5 for 850 students
so55 it e7 settly does. fl-*oe ;euatry
Fr*eca sealelt oreu, at .
A beduame eduestice. that *el to er
$2,009 or 65,000 anute1, Is th lest n
ienta losn give their seons. I£ the oleg
this eity slid od cmethr the don ~l uasei
etieI of the lte to
OeekA · i*. e
Tt~ober'-ooa aim rou~, 100