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JOSEPH HARRIS A CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS
■c. tl N. Euitw Str**t,
• MIIIII TUB IUTAW HOUia,
BALTIMORE, MD.
I.TKRY VARIETY OF CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES AXD VESTIXGS,
rmOMI'TI.Y MADE TO ORDER,
I In Unsurpassed Style and
NEIATN-BS
_ "AJT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
' c
A-|uat 13,1800—3 m.
CORTI.A*. A CO.
si 6 *■ .1 aIS Haiti in ore Streat.
BALTIMORE, Ml).,
", I -IMC-E* OHT-BHB.
E'ARTHIVN wa re',
TABU.CUTLERY, FAjWLY HARDWARE
PLATED TS_ AMI TOI'IKh: SKI-VIC..,
Corks, Spoons, Castors
sJtutter Tabs, Britannia and Block Tinioar
.EENDEI.!., SHOVELS, TONGS,
TASIIABIIS AMI lIOI'KK riUMSIIINU noon
Of Every Variety.
IfllE Good- have all been selected
. from the most celebrated makers, and
__r. guaranteed tn lie first class In ijunlity.
new In pattern, and beautiful in design.—
The*t.ick having been bought much under
formm prices, on account of tlto depression
Iv trad.», will bn ottered lo customers at a cor
responding itilu 'tlotl. CORTI.AN J- CO.
Hcptenibei 25, ISM ly.
VOI PERFECT FITT.IJIG
SHIRTS,
«AU AT
ntT-CIIISO*. A THOMAS.
MSI Wr. Dalll-i-sit. Slt-ecl,
BALTIMORE, MP.
DIRECTIONS for self-measurement |
by nlall. Samples made subject to ap
erovlil.
juty :t, isrtfl.- /
SSL . — -- ■/"
HENKELMAX & SCUAUR,
; *•
Merchant Tailors
4S I.e*l-igten Slt'**t,
tat m a*R\m*a*m** m] *^S-ljf F ,t AK t> st. pail smssTs
mwm mmwam •
B*p.ei-tb_r -I, lSt».-lr.
"__Ts"ll NOTION noiSE.
LiWBI-NCE D. DIETS. A CO.,
Maud Slowest Baltimore Street, between
* Howard and Liberty Streets,
B A L T I M O R E, M D.,
IOIIO\S, HOSIERY, FAHCY GUODS,
Stationery. Perftimerj,
irTBHMH-Na GOODS. COMBS, Ac., Ac,
Iff h -Not to be undersold.
'Vpril 10, '8W
r*- »*;_.»• * so*- B
-„ -more »«-, B»Uimor.,
PLAIN ANO JA.A.XS
Tin Ware,
• .nritannla Ware. Ilt-iQ-
A Ml> dealers in *"£',„,, FaUey uook, |
lloT^p^cli ant,.r.re-p ctful.y In
___3^
J a ** WITS •.
\ PAKR, Jr., A O.
*\\ * Hanover, near Baltimore Street.
*' BALTIMORE,' MD.
com GLASS, -QDemYARE,
* - LAMPS, Ac.
•TONE WARE AR FACTORY PRICES.
Jan* SM, IMS ;
£5. H. ADAM*. IBVUIO A. BUCK,
.SHAMS A Bl't'H,
I_-POBT-11-8 AND JODBKriS OF
(IIM, GLASS A.\'DOI]EE.\S\V.\RE,
ANII DEALERS JN
-Vr_KP9, CHANDELIERS, COAL OIL, Ac
So. 937 Baltimore Street,
And 6* German Sl-eel,
B AL T I'IOBE. MD.
WE aro now m.j»toeturiug our own
Isimpt, and csj_*OT&r inducements ln
that branch of biislne-w. .• J
September _B, 1888.--ly. • ■ . M
QITY_KpOBr~ .->. *
mgm. et -.jfILLIAM H."-FftAN CIR '
■'■•■ PHoriiitcros.
K& Corner of Hoyal aut-TCaWori Sts.,
MS (ALEXANDRIA, Va.
B _. * w. s. kkmi'£H, $up;t.
H ■ jfoTember 15 18-S-ly. *<
jnREBN'-TMANSION UOLrt-I-. *.
________?r__s'r/ix nnd Co-fror. 515.,
Hyfc^gX ANURIA VA.,
■L ' GREEN,
___v PBOFBiEToa.
kMSIWM ' 'jz2A '___!* •'
V Xrff TAILOR
IB.— _-__■ n-rrui iti-ri,
______ If*.iaras Expr«*sOftlo
■ \.IA, VA
■•''■• T v—
■ ..itSeK, A.i«. \alls
f L. W. r-N-.-Cl)'ts.
H .— A si-lect lot (
__sr_- elTpil lit
' J^TT^J*ffffl_?jll_-t^--r£-"' : X, "' c * °°'
I n tt tor. Cattl
r J^l__E-_-*-^H-PrTffr™^"¥i9rii-_***'*' l ' r w<u
all cane*.
S I ' ; '^^^__RS-^S__PH"-* M « Ot.>.
?t.ulc.
JAMES W. NALLS,
SUCCF-iSOK TO J. W. NAI.I.M A CO.,
ALEX A AXDRIA, VIRGINIA,
HAVING purchased the entire stock
ofthe late Arm, at the old stand,
No. IN? Hiiiw Street,
I Invite those who have so lllterally patron
ized, them, and the pultlie senerally. to give
meaeall. Havingu largestock on Ititnd, I
prepared to sell as cheap as can be iiotieht ln
the State. My stock consists of llnrdwiire,
Cutlery Carpenters' Tools, Itoors, Sash,
l'Un.ls! Door and Window Frames, Brackets,
Mi.nlili ins, Balusters, of dlirerent pnterns,
and Newel Posts. A larsre stock of Frenelt
and American Glass, double and slnnletlilck,
ot all sizes. Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Paint
and Whitewash Brushes, Lewis's Pure White
Lead, and other brands of line quality, Put
ty, Turpentine, and Machine Oil. Also,
Lime, (of superior quality,) Cement, Calcin
ed Plaster, Pitch and Kelt, for Roofing, Ac—
A large stock of Pugh's celebrated Car Au
gers and other articles found in first class
Builders Furnishing Establishments.
S* All Orders for Lumber. Brick and all
kinds of Building Material promptly attend
ed to.
TERMS CASH.
June 4, l'KW.—ly.
E. 1.. TOI.SON, A. C. TOLBON
I ateUiiin, Beck'iam . Co.
T01.,!*-- B-.-aOTiII.I_ A CO.,
. s _.-<-...-.-. i' ,fi .ii'i'.'.uV-i _-_n_____H.)
Q E X X II A i. C 0 M -\i IS.SION
MERCHANTS,
AMI lIKA-.118.S IN
Fish, Salt, (-llano, Plaster, &c,
No. 43 King Street,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
IIHKI-Al- ailvances iiiuile on eou-
J slgnfui.-nts.
May 11, IS.H.—.in. *
Brill & Beach,
Manufacturers of ' J^
Stoves & Tin ware
WO-R.EKB IS /
COPPER AND SIIECT-IRON,
And Dealers Gej^rally
IN HOUSE KEEPI.NU ARTICLES.
No. 7 N.R-eyalSt.,
AI.EXAXPRIA, Va.
Nov. 11, lldT.
AI.EXANDPIA PI.ASINI. MILLS.
lIOIIEKT JAMII'.SOX. IIOVII M. SMITH
A SMITH,
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
HAMII, DOORfj
BLIMJH BRACKETB,
MtfULDINUS. BALUSTERS,
NEWKLS, iVKATIIKR-liIIAIIUINU,
FLOOr-INQ, SIDING, Ac.
CfONTRACTOIIS for liiii,iliii)r. Spe
' eltica-ions ami Drawings furnished,—
Price list fur gist quality White Pine Work.
Liberal discount ti. Lite Iriule.
JOHN R. L.-MBIIKN,
Au_;usl '20, 15.9.—1y. superintendent.
♦ . ILI AM T. HKItUICK, -
MAN'I'KAI'TI'UKIt OF
SAPDLKS. HARNESS,
Bridies, Collars, &t:.,
No. Vi King Street,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
SKLLIXG oil'cheaper than any otlicr
house Sum hof New York. A large stock
on Wind,
April 10,1868.
. WII.I.IAM OWI.AS'"
MARBLE WORKS,
Comer llulii- and Alfred St
ALEXANDRIA VA.
TVr.VRIILE Monument*, Tombstones,
ff-L andeatt*agaHte__ga aUitß}r*Mrttm, •
Marlil__Ti f j r()Wll stone Steps, Platforius,
"I.intles, Coping, Cap*, Curb*, Spiiut Stones,
itc., Ac. Orders will be promptly attended
to. All work executed with neatness and
dispatch on reasonable terms.
June 1, l__S.—l}'.
ABO. B. ROmi-SOW * SOW,
GROCERS AND
COMMISSION MERC AXTS,
tAiiun King and Union street,
ALEXANDIIIA, VIRGINIA.
PARTH ,'Uli A R •ittentlnn paid to tlic
•selling of Grain, Flour, Tobacco and ail
kinds of ilounlry Prodtfue. Goods forward
ed promptly.
April 10,
WILLIAM W. HKRBER'I',
WITU
CiEORGC STASHIMOTOIV,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office No. 11 Union Street,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
p VRTK.ULAR atlcntion paiil to the
C selling ot mi Kinds of Countn Produce,
and llllnsorderhforGrocerles,Guano, Plas
ir. Seoi-'". r'.-lt, Ban, Lime, Ac.
t \ pt-il 111, i -"*
»? B. T. VVwariAflf
V«OLEKAI.R -.KP B.. T »lt. DKAf ►■*'■<
HOUShFURISIint- «'00»»,
h'ood-axh wnwto w.iSfi
n.ocii iirt*i Plala I'larvara .
Table Cutlery,
n_AT£D TABLS WAKE, B-IUSHEB, fcC,
No. I*, Klns-'trect,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN -A,
April 10.18«8
~ FOUNPERS AND MACHINI-TI-.
0. W. JA-11---ON. C. H. I'O-I.IMS,
Jaiiilt.iin A Collins,
II_.C-.3NT _-%.3N-*I-> XJIAA.SS
FOUNDERS,
C.ra.r R*j*l aud Wllkt. Streat*,
A L E X A X DB-1 A, V 1 R Q I N I A.
CIASTINUS of every description mailc
-* at short notice. Cash paid for old Iron
und Brass.
November 20, '6a—ly.*
WILLIAM H. MUltt,
MA-sCrACTCa AKD DEALER IN A 1.1. SINi'S Ct
A CABINET IIKM II lv-,
Chairs Mattresses,
LOOKING GUASSES, <tc.
orijer of X ing and St. Asaph Street*,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
September 24,1.W9.— i* 1
Ifllpier A Slt-yniaker,
UKAI.ERB IN
FORBJGN AND DOMESTIC
DR^GOODS,
CABPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS Ac
Corner King * Royal St est*,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
KoretaS r 18, WUS
• HIALTBV HOUSE,
A. B. MILL.Kit, Proprietor,
■« B LTIMORK.
° • *pt«__-nrl*- IM7
- TrAI.ENr-JBEjJ.-Uomiu ami Gili
's y Lace ValeubSe*,just received by
le February 4, LANDRUM AC
"' TT.L kiuU»olJOB \Vtj_.K naesty ex
JA KM at thi* fflee.
' ATTErinO*., FARMERS!
RUSSELL A CO'H PttEMIUM
THRESHER ASD CLEWER.
I" AM Agent for Eastern Virginia for
-*• this justly celebrated machine. Besides
being tne best constructed and ilnislieil niii
clilne In the market, for thresh ng anel clean
ing grain in one operation it standi u-ithout a
iwa]. In ii.lililiuii to the three Hitch Uear
ilie the sizes this year lirvc the new
able Improvements, consisting of
in, adjustable concave revolving shoe
patent safety coupling. I would re
i the No. _U as tlie llest H-horsc ur- j
having a 31 inch cylinder ami 10
n c irrler. lam Agent also lor the
rQHOUHE THRESHING AND
Ine of extras on Im mi. Catalogues,
s apd terms mailed on application,
irders solicited.
HERBERT BRYANT,
No. 25 King street, Alexandria, Va.
"notice.
E en hantl and lor sale Fifty
rs and Mowers, Twenty Russel's
g Machines, .sixty f'oates Lock I.e
ps, Twelve American Tedders, be
rythmg usui.l!.'. kept lit a first-class
iral li'ipl-ni'-nl '.nd Mainline, Seed
tilizer Wur.-i. ■>! 'insisting el
■ i Plow casting* of all kimN. Hay,
i.i Fodder Cutters, Monieomery's
c Wheat Pans,' ore and Cob Mill*.
-rs. Harrows, porn slieiiers. lioutt'*
liovel Plow, Grain OrsulSS, Revolv
.s. Scythes and Scythe Stones, Ox
d Bows, M.nsuies. Churns, Wheel
llrindstones, Shovels, Spades, Ploks
at locks, A*,
ers by mall promptly attended to, j
eral share ot patronage respectfully
ETCH-BUT BYANT.
S'.. 25, King street, Alexandria, Va.
IE BEST HORSE RAKE.
' LOCK LEVER GRAIN AND HAY
ttchtion of the Farmer ia callcil
.aboi'e Horse Rake, which Is con- I
ie most simple and durable besides the
md best in the country. It took the
liciite of merit at the Virginia state
treinbcr 1, ls.il.
wishing t.i buy a hay and grain
I find it to their interest to exiun-
Mck Lever, with It the farmer can
graiu sluhhleticlds, as well a* his
.
circulars and price Hat sent on ap-
HERIIERT BRYANT,
■Eastern Virginia,
No, 25 King street, Alexandria, Va.
Mllil '. FEMALE SEMINARY,
.EXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
_Xt session of this Institution
i has been conducted heretofore
inch success by its former Prfliel- I
r. Kkmpfk, will begin on theAsth
111. ...I.ei, l-litl. A line llljllililli;.
cxteiisiv_*»ground.s iul.|olnAg. has I
chased on Washington street, ln | .
beiiutll'ul and healthy portion of I*.
mil Hoarders will lie furnished with
tfort on the most retisouable terms. I
:irps of Instructors have been em- I |
ml wlifle thorough training ln the |
[tranches will be Insisted on as o
importance, unusual facilities will '
ed;in Ihe Department of Mublc, I ,
PalntltigjiSnd Modern Languages.
■~ will eiijety the advantage of having I
i spoken in the family of l*rincipal.— I '
charge Is mtideln tliotrcase lor tul
•ench, as all are expected to i-.tu.ly i
.c part in the conversations,
r catalogue. '
W. W. LEGARE, Principal. i
0X.13B I TPOX<r~ *
ILE HOARDING SCHOOL. |
chafl, taught by Miss E. C. Fa- J
wllrcoinmeiice on the Ist ol Sep- '
ni'.', and close on the __th of June, |
is 2". miles from Gordonsvilie, on |
'c an.' *'e'andrla Itatuoad, com- j
mn'.v,.iii|;a i.im. Ml' the latter for 3 miles.— '
The health and beauty of the location are I
equal to any in Virginia. No effort will be ,
iireil to make the boarders comfortable
1 happy and their duties pleasant and
ird and tuition ln English Sl5O i
Un and French, cacti, 10 ,
me-half In advance, the balance the Ist of
uruary, 1870. Only five orslv boarders will
taken. Address C. COWHERD, '
Gordonsvilie, Orange County, Va 1
FOR THE HARVEST OF IK7O.
UCKEYE REAPER AND MOWER.
A M solo Agent for flits celebrated
machine. Its merits are too well known
d it* reputation too well established to
need auy comment, Ant r-repared to furn- i
lah it either v* a Mingle slower or combined
Machine with Dropperor Selt-Raker.
Ait.un also for trie
CHAMPION ROPER AND MOWER,
RUSSKLL REAPER AND MOWER,
KNIFFEN MOW KB,
ADVANCE MOWER.
HERBERT BRYANT,
No. SB, King Street, Alexandria, V" i
A nil an, IH7o.—iim. _ I I
~7__f»' __»_a_7i_^c„_>-b'_♦_i, j
cuLPEPEit a 11. ** A
WAVING leased for nterni of years ,
IAJ .c large and commodious residence of ,
I Mrs. C. W. Ashley, I will open a select F«- •
| . .j,. Aeiiilemy, ai.Ciilpeper Court House, on |
i... i.e. -iiij otsi'i teinliei' nexl.
nil ..-..iiti.iu will bo given to pliysl
. .ii.l ill in.-'- culture—l" nioi'iNiind r«ili- .
\t'itii ..it <«rtMri_>nee of nearly iiit.y
, t pM|* in)',-c.'.i„, t f.titiiim di-- i... ■
j Tuina P-r Itulo* of lc. niimtlul .
English, from ... $.-«, to $00. I
Freucn. Latin and Greek, - 20
Drawing, - - - • • 20
Music 50
Boarding. - 2W , ~
Payable one-half in advance, and ouc-half
February I*l, lsw.
" ' CHARLES H. NOURSE.
CulpetH-r, July -ii, UJ-9.—tf.,
«__»_V3\rCs----3
FEMALE ROARDIM. SCHOOL.
Prof. J, I' Vl,l.n\. A. _U, Principal.
I*ll E subscriber oiler.- a lonij anil sue-
A eessflll experleliccasaglltirantee that the
School will bo In every respect worthy the
contldence of the community, and solicits
I the patronage of old friends and public gen
erally.
Teriui
Per session of Ten Months, payable quarter
ly In advance.
Trlmarv English branches, - - 135 00
Higher Ell-lisll 40-0
Languages, each, - 10 00
Music, - - 40 00
I Use of Instrument. - 5 00
lioard, iticlu'ling lights, fuel and
wusliing, 160 00
Particular attention paid to the morals and
1 manners of young ladles boarding In the fam
ily of the Principal.
September 17, Iran),—6m. _____
OKAXC-t)* IW Al_l_ SCHOOL.
"THIS School or young men anil bos
I A will begin Septeinbei Ist and close Jun
Strict attention will be paid to the morals
and progress Ofthe pupils.
Tuition, Payable Hair Srsslon in Advance i
I For English bninecs pel half ses-ioii
ol'ftve ln.inllis, 817 50
Higher HathemMlce, Moral and Phys-
Ancient and Modern Language*, with
No extra charges. -
H. E. HATCHER.
Augae.W,ue----4 Orange C.H., V_
FOR HA- MAKING.
THE AMERICAN HAY TEDDER.
I\JO maker ot bay can titt'oi U tv be willi
ia out a tedder, and the "American," Is by
iar the best ln use. In curing hay, beside*
impiovilig It* quulltv SO percent. It will *uv«
the labor of ten men m thejtelil. All cxumln
" ation will convince any one of Its utility
t while a trial will demonstrate that tin lull
maker can afford lo be without..'." 0 '■'
1 sale by ,*»_>_ , {Ac»
- -««'^«Sl_^U_s___L
MA lit.
Th* box Is not of stainless alabaster
Which Ter Thy feet I break:
Nor filled with costly ointment, gracious
Muster,
Poured for Thy *ake.
Nay, rather Is It shapen ln this fashion—
A living heart,
Dashed all across witli scarlet stains of
passion,
And broke ln part;
While from its open wound comes softly
dripping,
Like slow tears shed,
On heavy drops, along Thy footstool alip-
Its lif* blood red.
It needs no balm of myrrh for sweet or
bitter.
But life and love:
The sad conditions make mine offering tit
ter
Thy heart to move. J
From all these chains of cruel wrong nnd
1.'.1-tllisl.,
This lead of grief
W-ieicuitii my soul do. h pan I, and mourn,
and languish
Give me relief!
In Thy far home is not Thy soul still ten
der
For mortul woe?
lb nr st Thou not still amid that spotless
Bplendor
* The seraphs know ?
Oh turn Thy human eye* from heavenly
glory!
Say as before
Those tenderest words of all Thy gospel sto
"Go, sin no more 1"
[Lippincott's Magazine.
NAPOLEON 8 PROCLAMATION,
The Journal Official published the fol
lowing proclamation by the Emperor:
Frenchmen— The constitution ot 18.2.
drawn up in vfrt.ic ol the. powers which I
you gave me. and rati-led by the eight.
millions of voter* which re-established
the Empire, has procured lor France 18
years of calm and prosperity, which
nave not been without glory. It has
injured order,and left the way open to
all improvements. Thus the more se
em ity ti-i-kieen confirnietl,,the larger is
the part it bus taken in the progress of
I But successive change, have
he -ba/ieM 'jplebiscltalre*. whioh
niijtt-fcil without an appeal
tlen
nes indispensable, then, that
iiu-titiitiinia: pact shall he ap
■ the people, a» were formerly
I lit inn- i.ft Italic p. hlic anil
ipi re. -At those two epochs it
red, even -is I mrssß believe
atanytliiug done with un } „„
tiinati-. The constitution ol
mil democratic France may
d to a small number of I'uu
*knoyislons whicli cannot be
lilliout your consent. Your I
vi 11 have the advantage »!
; definite the progress already I
lof placing beyond the inllu- I
litical rliii-tu.-it.ou6 the piinci- I
i government,
st 100 i.lien in barren and em-
B'HitrovsreteS may be more
inphiyed heiealter in Increas
oral and material well-being
atest number. 1 address tny
of you who, from t_» lotlr of
r, 11.48, siirmout.te<-!*ll obsta
lce me at your Head; to you
wentv-two rears, have, witli
;ion, guari'i'-l «- by jour sul
stalned va* by your co-opcm- I
tioti, rewarded m_ °y y°'*' attectio'•--
Oivc me a new proof of eoun.l.ncc In
bringing to the fiallot-onx .«" alHrma
tivevote. To* Will eaerelse the me
naces ..I revolution; youi will place or
der and )ili.rtvoiiasoliil lasls.aml jou
will .rentier easier in the future the
transmission ol the crown to my son.--
You Jiavu almost unanimously tor
eichteen years clothed vie with th»
most extensive powers; be also equally
iitianimoiis to-day iv supporting the
tra..sfoiinalion of the Im erlul regime.
A great OS-Inn on* "" *'•''.'' "' ! ' tti ' l 'ing
Its aeeelopn-oMI w itltoiil resting on iu
-Btitiitio" a which guarantee as tin sarnef
tji-o stability anil progress. To Ihe/
call which I make on you to ratify tlitf
liberal reforms realized during lite lasl
ten years, reply yes. As fur iiit-cIiI
faithful to uir or gin. I -hall emi'tinm
penetrated by your thought, ami forijfl
Red by your will, uud, cm.lining i
Frovldcnce. shail work without ce-.-tt- I
tion for the prosperity uml giiiiideii' of
France. Nip-ileoi.
I 'he preclamntlnn oi the Kinpeiw i
eived with cir litisiti-ti. ctnhsrtesda
t by the orasti* nl the Court, the
ilstry mul M. Rouher, Oruer jm r
s, even those which counsel an al-
I Irmative vote on the Plebiscitum, arc
I CHti in their expression.., The Lcgiti
nnts will partly vote no, and partly
ab'tiiu Iroin voting. Pntiltc ti.i'Ctiiig*
lor h,. nUuilialou ol the Plcbl.-tcitttm coin
ui-u..,i to-day. Two Meetings which
were M lleil yesterday lur other politi
cal obj „s were dissolved.
AND INSULT AND ADS AN OIiTKAGE
We im ion need the other '"ay the
names of ,;ie Itewly-Sppolorf'l po*'
waiters at Charlnttesvilla *"' fhe V
nivctsity of Virginia _" one ap.
pointed at the University, Jlere there
are hundred* ot excitable Jung mw , |
is a negro. The one yoilited ~. ,
I Charlottesville, the Ch-oni Says, tli, I
I people would willingly t-l'iange f„
\ tlie negro. These appoiileuu « ew
, nude li r the stile purooser outraging
the feelings uf the peosleaFhs Pkroni
' cle speaks ol one of thrimss "iiotori
-1 onsly disreputable," anlof both of
them as incompeteii and(ireliajle.—
That paper says :
'•These uppointlf "-la dstitute one
of the greatest of*"* niy outrages
5 that have been pePetratiliy the RaU
-1 icals. There ca; Je ab-cUeiy no ob
s ject in making''"''"""-cit. lo outrage
the feel'ng- ai.' passions
ol southern m!,', Uo »bivith the hope
. that it miiT tf" y P r >>A-a an liulig.
0 ni.nto.itbu/.; 1 ' "'"P'ril capital
0 to the KtitL,;', ,(! *<VU, and . ive
the (iwei!! £i*V5 ol Vw or quarter
nt..nm llut llave k^w|
t ,„., e mpll b ,. t f, rt , ',;,.
"•jWPPOlntinenis, |tr, indeed, lie
hsjb be s mi-take,). »**] bufeo.Jl.ii,
P'Meiore be attiiiiiued to ituthiner
M cnlice aforelhi.ugla. We cannot
re . therefore, that any remonstraiioe I
v o t, !!', c ' 0 "'' l ' l * / 'tfi''epi:iziiisolChar- I
_.v.-' v,lJt ,: *''' ' lo a "- v good."
- t. v •■—
' tfaf-ty taatch-t rh
r
Gather together, you great and good
ly company, who are interested in the
grandchild in your own house, and let
us help each better to an understanding
of the meaning and the r'chncss of t liis
relation. We will not begin with the
18 creation or the deluge nor u.iilertake
to give a history of grandfathers and
grandchildren since the day of Enoch;
nor will we go into the philosophy nf
the parental love, that is the key to
>f the whole matter. We know I hat we
love our children, first oi all, from a
certain instinct, because they me ours;
and tie know that while wilh the low
ly er am.ll il* tTris love cea-es with the de
pendence of the young animal upon the
parent tor aliment, with the hiiiuuti be
> mg the love deepens as the relation ot
parent and child ripened and strength
ened by growing sympathy ami mutual
service. Now this ye affection that
,r we have lur our own children does nut
rest lit them alone, a* they grow iv
years and knowledge anil rise into
l " 5011 th anil maturity. We *lill yearn
for a little child lo love, and there is a
' void in Ihe house Where there is,none.
j Gotsd I'i'iividi-iice has benignly met tlns
titO'i! ol niir iianire by ordaining that
when our children grow up their place
. -h.il.' tie supplied, or ruther truly tilled
' hy children ol theirs and so the chiul is
not set a-ide but rather restored 111 the
grandchild.
i- Ido not exactly know how to ana
lyze the kind of affection that is so
ready t«* cling to a grandchild. We
is love that little lellow ut ouee without
uniting fur moralist or theologian to
define the feeling or urge the duty. He
is blood nl our blood and bone ol our
■ v bone, und in the form that most ex
presses dependence and wins prutc .
lion. He is the child ofour child, anil
•- we love him lor our sake, for hit moth
er's or talltcr'- sake, as well M lor his
own -ake. We see in him not only
hiinselt, but the whole world of attec
- lio.i wilh which he 1* related. In that
boy or girl in uiu daughter's arms we
see a* in a mil ror the face ul our daugh
ter wlit-ii she was in her mother's arms;
: and that mother's face smiles agiin up
. on us with new grace, whether from
1 the caillily home or iroin the heavenly
t. mansion.
I Then this child is nearer our heart
3 Iroin b'ing an interpreter oT the plan
• of Gou for our liuniuii life. He shows
- to us bow it is that Gcd is evt r educat
■ ing us for himself, and culling ns to
- live in fresh and undyiig affection by
- ever setting, like Jesus, a little child
f in the niMst of us. If we have only
' our own childten to love, the time will
' come when they will grow up and be
I lull of new interests aud cares that
ma> coma between them and our
t hearts. When these children of ours
" have childian their aftrctitins are sof
tened and their hearts are quickened
I toward us ami ours toward them hy
this new attraction that sends a child
' into the faut'ly not to be the rival ul
any bin the friend of all.— Harpers Mag-
I azine.
' A NEW FO-IM OF MARKETING-GARDEN
ING,
I A singular instance of how even
cemeteries maybe turned to good ac- '
' count, anil sender reminiscences utills
' ed, is icJaled by one of the Pari* pa
pers. A widower, who greatly regret
■ ted Ins wile, hail her buried in the ceni- :
' etery ff Mount l'arnasses. He pitup '
'no monument ol marble or stone—only J '
• a sniiifl garden and 11 very I
■ scrip/lon marked the spot w* agtur s
! lost farmer lay. grave- I
tiiinf were plan/-,,, „f nasturtiums ; ''
! ,e P ...1 Sundays anil «
- ,j"-s' said This attempt having
- o?eb\orces?ftll, bolder measures were s
' ado/led, and some little pink radishes
1 gruj there as it by cluince. The t.fllei
- al j charge of the cemetery said ntith- J]
- in Jiulil last Autumn, when he became •
- |Jt ut the presence of two enormous ■'
1 mini*. In the little inclusive. This "
I til' police regulations were put iv I
- f.Je, anil this new form of market
r jriileniiig was brought to a close by
' |J bereaved husband being requested.
F /withdraw from the cemetery, which
• /did complaining bitterly 01 tin- crti- H
■ lit v. saying that he hud so particular- {1
f v valued the vegetables grown upon 1
"1 he gnive. and cuieu them with psrtic- P
''liilai satisfaction, bceiiuse he felt, they !l
•Twer* offered to dm by his Zoe. «
t A INAKE STOBY. c
II eoirespouleiit of the Frederick*- ''
[J i,.,rg Xe.'.es wrfliyj fiom Serena P. 0., ''
StiHoi'd c ilinir.on the 21-t says: p
While at C»" John B. Besileys ti-h- '»
' ing sliore on he pototiiiic river, a few ",
da. s since, 1» a.d one ol the most rr- h
' niii kiln.- -'aki stories" that. I ever '•
ki'icw to c"'" to pass in these modern ' );
• ,|., v s, Ou-* 1 <-"ajtt. U's hands hatl been *'
• eontplalnß/<*"' *°*H* weeks pa-t, say
- i, 1( , | ie ju-tiniigs crawling about inside
a aihlm fd on the full ol hist 1110011, he
- WM go |f>oyed thst he could neither ri
f rest da""'"'->'''■ During the day on 0 ,
s (j,,!. piny,be was taken with a lit of 1*
' c'oiist-s' w,ll ''li almost caused sli'iliigit- ( . (
li |ntiJ,,w hen to the surprise of several P |
' liysl l ' l ' l *' ll t "ake about eighteen p,
iiicl l 0 •time out of his iiionlh and y
~a i ~inss the Hour ofthe shanty, a hen j, ;
()I| .he meil killed it, uud lie ha- 1! now «•
tIJ bottle nf spirits. As striiiige a-tht -.
. J seem, lapi. B. ami several oi his in
. |,id-a.e willing to testily to the uceli- ~
. cy of tlie statement.
. I The man, himself, says he has been
I liinoyed for over "tu-vnty yearn and
that a snake and several black bugs aid
also S frog came from him last year.— "'
He. tills nothing but irend und c<i/*... — H<
When lie eals ni'at, liv say- he can feci ol
something crawl in his stomach, and lv ''
a short time be Is as hungry a* though '''
hs had eaten uothing. "'
l c
EASY PLACES. '[
Some time ago. a clergyman In a . (
luge city, recei\ed a letter from a
young man, nlio reconinieudlnghimself
very highly as being honest, closed
with the request : h
"Get tne an easy situation, thut hen- •_•
etly n ay bt rewarded." \y
Tito answer which tha clergyman g
wrote it full of solid good sauce. He s.
replied: ;<
'•Don't be an editor if you would be si
'easy.' Do noi try law. Avoid sel-.00.- ~
keeping. Keep out nl the pulpit. I.et s,
alone all ships, store*, shops and nier- h
Dhandlse. Abhor politics. Keep a- l
way from lawve re. Don't practi 'c
medicine. Be BO! 1 firi-mcr, nor me
chanic; neither 11 Jflier, nor a sailor, p
Don't study. ym't tlil_.lt, Don't
work. Nun .. (em are easy. O nty o
honest frtei.d. y.>;ue in s Jjery hard c
world ; 1 kinw ~; j but.olls. Sal „.st' v
place In it. Tha; Qs tha gr*ve." d
Ir__7=° Some men (have little coin in
the;; p<.w,X ~ Ak ''"'"iency is gen- 1 £
erslly made v ' 'mndance of t
br.ns in.' v 1
— * *T
"OBIOIN OT OLDBOMIHION"
1- Few things are so well calemliited to
ie awaken in the mind ol the proud Vir
.•t giiihiii, wandering in foreign lands,
g loi.eliing remim.-cences of Itorne and.
is kindred, a* the simple mention ofthe
ie "Old Domini-n." And yet there are
;« compaiatively few who are aware of
d the origin of the term which has so long
i; anil so gererally been applied to Vir
if finis. It originated thus: During the
o Protectorate ot Cromwell, the colony
c of Virginia refused to acknowledge his
a authority, and declared itself liulepen
.; deal. Shortly utter, when Cromwell
•- threatened to send a fleet and army to
•- reduce Virginia to subjection the aluiin
e ed Virginians sent a messenger to
i. C'h.iiles 11, who was then an exile in
tt Fland*r», InvltlltS him to return in ilie
i- ship with the messenger and be a king
il of Virginia. Charles accepted the in
t vitiilion, and was on the eve of em
it i aikation, wlieu he was called to the
n throne of England. As -..mi as he was
o .fairly seated ou his throne, in gratitude
ii lor tlie loyalty of Virginia, lie caused
a Iter her coat/if arms Be be quartered
i. with those <*f England. Ireland and
s Scotland, and as tin independent mem
t her ot.the E'lip'n.—a distinct portion
c ol tlie ''Old Dominion." Hence arose
il lite origin ni the term. Copper coins
sol Virginia ware issued even as late as
c tlite reign ot George 111, Which bore on
■ vie side the ceat "I arms ot England,
- Scotland ami Virginia.
o ...
■ TBF DEATH OF X 88 BALI.IE JELF OF
* ELIZAB-IH, AGED 106 YEARS.
0
c Miss Sallie Jelf, "the oldest iuhabl
r taut" ol New Jersey, and probably of
- Hie count!y. died at her residence i.i
- Elisabeth, on Saturday afternoon, iv
1 her 10-ith year. She was born in that
- city March' 27. 17(Jfi. The father ot Miss
a Jeif, who was an English meichaiit,
f died w Idle she was yon ng. and although
- having lost ninth of li s property by the
f depredations of the lle.-siiins and the
■ depreciation Of the currency, he lei. her
- in comfit table circumstances. Her
i memory did not desert her im.il a lew
- days before her tleath, when she be
-1 came wholly unconscious. Up to that
i time she. was cheerful and contented.--
Sue resided main years with her niece,
I MUs Mary Chetwood, who, with the
1 exception of an old anil attached do-
I mastic, was the only other inmate ot
- the house, iv which she had lived near
> ly 80 years. Sue could read with ease
ordinary newspaper type. She re-
I inenibt red distinctly tin* breaking out
' of the Revolution ol "111, audi loved
1 to tell ol her conversations witli George
I Washington and General Lafayette,
i iinrl the banquet -lie attended.-given In
' their honor—Oil their visit to Elizabeth
i at the head of the Amci icun.army, dtir
• ing the great Jersey campaign". She
I clearly recollected the burningof a por
tion of Elizabeth by rhe Hessians. She
I had not been out < f the house for near
I ly fifteen years, and had never seen a
locomotive, or ever ridden iv a horse
car.
EX-EMFO-tANKO'JS PREACHING, jj
In one of the lower counties ol'Mui'k£ J
land there flourished, in tlie pu!t... "old <
ot the "peculiar institutig,i.i'6 notes, '
darkey preacher, who JHf extempora- *-
aud prided himself,,iiita brethrencall
neens efforts. ._*■*— a title whicli he ac
etl him with ludicrous gravi
ecpts«_ l t a camp-meeting widen the
l*_9octor" was holding, one of these '
friends gave him, as a text. I hi-pus- '
sage in tne I'shliiis of David: "Wake, S
psaltery and harp; I myself will arise I
right early." The "Doctor" adjusted s
his spectacles, and read:
"Wake, pestle-tree and harp; I my- ,
self will mouse right a'uly." *
"The "Doctor went on to explain *
that Moses was v very early rise that "
he had a peaslc-tree which grew near \
his window; and that he Was wont to |■'
rise mighty airly and hangout his harp s
on de praale-tree, icidpsalms. — Editor's "*
Drawer, in Harper's Magazine for May. "*
IT PAYS. 81
_ o
It is the experience of tie best busi- ■
ne-s men that no Investment pays bet- a
ter or more surely than advertising.— v
llelmhold, of New York, loses no op- ri
purl unity nf patting his business before I'
ilie people by means of advertisements "
tin most conspicuous aud attractive.— °
The following recent evidence of his X
example is related!
Iv the town nl Heliport, L. 1., there "
is a turtle wandering around with the "
tlats of 1811 marked on liis back. A ■"■
party who wa- out there over Sunday, *>
attending clinreh, heard of II ami came P
luck In-re and tnlii Heluibold, when he ai
Immediately dispatched a trusty agent A
to Heliport to eugr.ve on the turtle's ,B
back Ihe legend,'"Uelnibold's Buchu."' tl
liusiiicss ! d
OLD FA.-HiO_.tl) COOKING. el
At Portsmouth, N. H., they have a
restaurant where one can obtain a piece nl
of beet oi' fowl cooked in a tic kitchen ,|,
bi'lotea Wood lire, bread baked ma pan a ,
covered wilh hot ooslf, and anything 01
else requisite lor a Substantial meal ~
rooked in the s'yle ot titty ard more ~,
years age. And, apart from the frying ol
pun, the plain cot ...cry of that period j,
was a great deal healthier, if not quite ol
so palatable, than many ofthe So-called ._,
improvoked kileheu processes of the ',„
present day. w
CANCEB. vi
A citizen ol Philadelphia, who has
been its'nif a weak solution of carbolic
acid us a wash to rorreot the offensive
odor arising fiom a cancerous atleition, e«
di-covercd that it, also entirely remov- bt
ed the cancer. One-fourth of an ounce pi
of carbolic acid i-diluted witli a quart tti
(thirty-two fluid ounces) of water, and P>
ilie lotion I* applied three times a day. *
A weaker solution, continuing one- I*
eighth ot an mince ol carbolic acid to m
tlie quart ol water, would probably be
a saler application.
ICT" Thar litiint been a bug made yet S |'
In Tain, nor ai c tbat want a good job. |„
Tliare is ever lots of hiiiniiu men loaf- jj
ing about blacksmith-Steeps and cider- jj
mills all over the country that don't t |
seem lo he necessary for anything but \,
to beg plug tobacco, ami sware and
steal waiertueloi's, but you let tlie kol
ery bres.l out once, and then yon will _
see the Wisdom ol having jist sich men .
laving around; they help count.— Josh ['
Billings.
|C 7*» Here is tbe pitluest sermon ever
preached : c
•Our ingress in hfs is naked and bare: *
our progiess through life is trouble and h
care; our egiess out ol it we know not
where; but doing well here, ws shall
do well tljere." :l
ICJ*"Thcy IWve a "Greeton Bend l
Saloon" iv Carariand, hreakfastbtl; :
Sour applos, cucumbers and Jrsey
lighting. ' i
:he humou or fab sing.
BT lIEMItI WiRD BCEC-111
--i is some Iniinor cotrrunted witlr
g. Tbe newspapers inform mo
urn a model farm, anil that I
i large profit from (arming. 80
litit it is a profit in the higher
I, and not in the pocket. A
inn Irom Baltimore wrote to nm
ws:
hHir :—I see by the papers thai:
mi netted you last year thirty
isand dollar.. Will you tell mo
ops you raise, and what is your j
t I have a farmot two hundred
tar tins city, and I have never
11 able to make rt pay e_penses.
11 tell tne how I cm make it ti
le nr\ yours ?"
ied, (although I never sent il)*.
• Sir:—Don't change a particle,
unjust as you have done, anil
111 and mine will be as like as
s. Your farm ia already just
:able as mine. Truly yours."
matter of surprise how nun:!.
nay be buried in a suuTH pie*.
id. Indeed, many gentlemen
prised. Simple as a smiling
ground may look, as it lies He
ir contemplative eyes, it will
match lor your cunning. To
(and every piece of ground, wel
mould be underlaid witli drain
deepen it (and no farm except
nd is well ploughed that has
11 mellowed eighteen inches
ll gather off the stones, to dig
dels, and ulast the rocks, ii.
idary walls,toenrich the whole
tiiidance ol manure, but above
1 a good I)' amount of grading.
rent any man from hoarding bis
one mus! take account of work
ice oter, because you tlid not
iw to do il right the first tin'c.
to feet deep, that must go dow 11
; trees set where you don't.
mi or moved to where you don't
tin either, and moved again;
ips, by whioh I mean crops from
■ which you pay kXtra/ugnnt
vl.ose yield is in an adverse ra
. descriptions upon which you
these, together with experi
iiaiuire, and new machines ('''
ilior. and newer machines.""'
s still newer, will give'""?' -1 *
c relaxation If Ie is. 01 "' of
{ his mone v.
a man is ooncetM, «*'» nt-Sires
lught to a reali_.iiis7! ls . c °\ ? IS
lace in creation./;' ,Jv,! . c '""'
pt grading. (J*'""K is the
creating tlie wV' I',1 ', f ..I"'' 11 ": 8
where a^Utrgf** 4 * "lis, It
ills where tl|/V'» ""« »_<__
It »• ___" B slop
utherii of' H »noot lis oil the
Off face/« r : 1, "V U ' as , a I,at
■srouLA', wrlll l k ' e , s BHd creases
set r fthle-clutli. One; has
the world was
a m undertakes to remake ft.
dmlrcd lulls as much ns since
-mall «tte. 1 got It up about
high, aue-atoppedl It was a
inf. I now luok with an in
espect upon the neighboring
had bsfure no conception of
ist to make them.
"__
ABMEBS S-tfDY ENOUGH ?
ibjcct »f Agriculture is one
that ileniaii-t- 1 eh attention at
the bauds o IhjsreiuJing lyirollc .sit
gets. 1-ult-. ,110 tecum pre ,-.,. its*
tha b ii'jugitt with tin 1 ...ii uljimpoi't,
so taf i< regards cur prosperity, than
tin- letiiits ofthe agricultural world.
W dat we mean by attention, is a studi
mis careful search for the best way oi"
accomplishing cerlain desired result-,
not a superficial investigation ot some
theory merely f'Jr the purpose Of creat
ing difference slid provoking discus
sion. The day, has happily passed
when being a Farmer is synonymous
with being a blockhead, it requires
something more than mere physical
strength t 1 keep up with the advance
of the age in farming as well us science.
Many ot the systems ol titty years ag«
are no more applicable to lliedcniaiids
ul t.-dii) than would be an ox-team to
run an opposite freight line rcross tlie
Plains. The farmer who reads much,
ami reads that much with c.ire, is the
one who stands iv advance iv intelli
gence, inllueiiee and prosperity.
Science can aid the farmer in raising
wheat or com just as much as it can 1
aid tlie miller in grinding it, and the m my
tit nee to be applied; in agriculture is
nothing more than a study of the com
position of soil and the properties that
are draw 11 tri in them by certain grains.
All this cannot be done in a dat any
more than a ;_iysiei:in makes himself .
thorough and successful by starting a
drug slore. Study, in both Instance*,
sustained by judgment and experi
ence, produce the desired result.
ICJ* it is astonishing to see how
much can be done year by year to a
dorn and beautify the farmer's home
and its surroundings. A few trees set
out here and there, a lew old decayed
U I'm grubbed up perhaps, a 1 j remov
ed, an unsightly wall or fence taken
out ol the way; in a ilieusat.d ways, in
deed, beauty may be made to spring
out of deformity, and that too without
any serious expenditure of time or
money, because each one is undertaken
when work is not over pressing, and
as a means ol filling up idle time.
TO KILL eOCKKOACBES.
Take carbolic acid and powderetl !>
camphor 111 equal pails; put them in a
bottle; limy will become tiuid. With a
painter, brush of tlie size called a sas 1 \
tool, put the mixture ou the crakes or \
place* where the readies hide; they t -
will come out at once. It is wander*
ful to see the heroism with whicli they
wove to certain death.
Id" The Davenports gave an exhi
bition in Denver, and let an old miner
shake hands wilh the spirit tlutt put its
baud uut nf tbe hole iv the cabinet.---
He snatched one of the Davenport
Brothers out ot ihe cabinet and maslctl
the dour down, and the performance,
broke up iv a regular frontier circus,
|t-_f*» Tlis coloifd men. in put -Sew
York fifteenth Amendment process
ion, can ied ab.nner bearing tlie word* •
' Charity to all. u_;i s n 4n imity to'nouc'
" |c_7» At the Fifteenth Amendment
celebration in Louisville, a banner in
scribed "God made us Men,*' was burn
by a wagon tilled with women.
IQr* If you would have your apples
and vegetables keep well, take advan
tage ol every mild day and freely veu
ti.ate your cellar*.
|t__pPl«iiilingat the bar— begging foi
I .1 dviuk.

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