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8ke Am 0! the Wg, .i-mM r. ),rw',afAywvv''Lr'.rj"u'j""srm M CAVTANJAti,'I,lle VEDJae.Jl- Ala "0n Jul." I'm Capta' J"k f " " Undoes, TVbo rrim'y it the OoTcnmii nt mocks. Enthrone among the Uvaxvcka i T """! Frlntepesti.f tbe army. J rveieatbM many wry nance, Js VTeary dance, weary dance; F r a ditty, enrage, red nuisance, I'm an awful pest to tlie army. Killing and scalping, and drinking nun, I slttgr. thought the best ef fna, Till th" soldier came: then off I ran. So a set to be caught br the amy. -Den t take bia heme!" the peace-men cried. Tie peace men cried, the peaee-taas cried; Andbard and ut the hasda they tied Of tbue cruel men of the army. , I tjCed them to my menntaln lair: The peace-men led town into Iheanare, la which iBUBaged to -tak the Mr" Of the btsreat man is the army. The country then did wildly hunt, V.i wildly shout, did wildly snout: "let these Indian scoundrels be 'cleaned out' By too hoys in Line of the army." I an Captain Jack, the Modoc red; ' Around me is a fatal web Of gleaming steel and eager lead, la thejreugefal hands of the army; And al stroke en pistol crack I Will end the life of Captain Jack. . And sn the rest of fa wolfish tack That hare torn the brTe of ths army. A Karri Eel-Pat. A very worthy fisherman,- by the satae of Grii tler as drowned aome time ejocsyas, all, ararcb for hUUAf yro'ved nnaTailsoK. After jsytad been in the water some mouths, liowever, it was discovers! floating on ths snrfaco, and taken to the !.horef"rterupon Mr. Smith, waaidiaiiatchtd to conrAy the intelligence to theimuch afflicted "-"ttVll, Mra-GrUzl, rrliaYe iunnd ilr, GrU--xVrtbwrT,." J? . ' . JL "Ton Wt aay ao!" .--... "Yrsywe hare the jury sot on it, and found it fnllafeela."'.. -..,, 1 ?, .1 r "Von dou't say Sir. Qnzzle'a body is full of eels!" Yea, it is; andfwe wantto know what yon irill have doue-nith it." "Why, bow many eelajtlo yon think there is in him!" r " "Ob, abonUa-bmAfL" - "Well, tKaaJlfbaiak yaa had, better send the eels up'f the boose', and aet bin agaiu! " Tire. "Tnerin'Vereina" ia the name of a society in Albany, composed of Germans, having for its object the dcvi-lopoieut of the muscle and profi cicucy ia gymnastic exercises, by methods similar to those" taaght'by OUnguon and other. The nlilor of 'the 'Albany Ejjrrttt was present at a meeting, a short time sine, and was -profoundly struck; at-tbe calliug of tbe mil, with the large number of "Smiths" belonging to the institution. We annex what hi memory served him with: BisjSmH.-liltleSmivSiBit rome-hili, Smit fmnnl;lKj)Jer7J8mit' mit,rI4ture,.pmHjjnit de btacKlnitmifr6nrlt (nit ikrjrr tier Wisp, Smit lnitont any vrow," Smit wot wants a "vrow." Smit mil mit oue leg, Smit niit two legs, Smit mit lie pie, Smit init de VK bead, Smit mit de pig feet, Smit mit de brick yard; Smit mit de Junk shop. Smit mit debologna, Smit'mit one eye, Smit mit two eves. Smit mit deTbonn picker, Smit mit two "Trows,? mit mit de swill cart, Smit mit 'cigar stomps, binit nut-peach pits, binit mit de wnis iHu;rs Sraitinisrod bsir, buiit miUao hair, Smit! An Englishman, boasting of the superiority of tne none in nis country, mcutionea inai ine cei ' rbratedXclipse badrnn atnile in a minnte. "My t-B-ood fellowl" fatclaimed an American present. x.that ia rather lcsstlian tbtaytrage. rates of. pur common roadsters. I live at my country seat near Philadelphia, and when J ride to town in a hurry in.he morning, my own shadow can't keep tip with roe, but generally enmes into the ware- 1 .Jiidise JoJiiKpuojroin a minute to a minute ana 1 'abatf ftirjujiurlnali One. morning the beast 'wasrtitli'ki.'irihlhTKlirliim.'aa lianla I possibly ' conIJl,"Roveral 'fimea around a large factory just to take the" Old Harry out-of him. Well, sir, be " went so fast, that the,wboIe time I saw my own back directly before hie; and.wa twice lu danger 01 naingover nimseiii' The following voluminous, not to say luminous, venlict given by .111 Eastern coroner: "Vu believe firmly that the deceased came to ' his death by falling from the top of the mainmast on the bulwarks tell overboard and was drouu . ed washed ashore and froze tt death then car ried to, tho.Katclibou.se and eaten to deatlTby Hero is another, .of the same sort, and a carios ity of its kind: At the Derby Assizes, in a rase of stealing, Thero two men and a woman were implicated, the jury returned into court wi 111 the following verdict: "Wo find the woman not guilty, and the men guilty; but we recommend them to mercy, because there is not evidenc enough to convict them!" t?4 .. a. r- V PerfeCTta SatiVactort. 'A good man was lately attempting tbe conversion ot a convict, in one of our urisous. who bad shown some sines which were considered hoxsiil. After a suitable opening, the instructor, wishing to make his teacliiugs'apprepriate, said "What' brought yon here, my friend V "Two Sheriffs," saRl the man. "Ahem! yes but I mean bad intemperance any t bipg to unwim your iiiiKiortnue 1 " Yes,'; taiiOhe convict meekly, "they wi both drunk." TbV'exauiiiier passed on to the next hopeful anigecr. W : AN Irish woman, whn had kept a little grocery, was bnniclit to her death-bed, and was on the point of breathing her last,' when she called her bnsband to her liedside. 4 "Jemmy.ahe faiutlr-id' there's Misses Ma lonev, she owen-nie six shillings. e f SJOoh S'teacrlaJuieA" her'lineband, J Bldy,-dar-lint, ye'resinsibleioThelast." " , "Yis, dear, and there's Misses McCraw, I owe her'a dollar." "Oh, be jabers, ao ye're as foolish as iver!" ' r Judge V , a witty old fellow, after spend- 2 :. lit. - ..nnl-.s 1.aa ll1a was in iie second .story .id", a bnildjugtook his departure, and bd pit- Irtlfway ilowti stairs, m lieu he stnmblednud fell to the bottom. Tbe -" Is ? our honor hurt I" Tbe Judce by this time had regained his feet, and 'looking up, he replied "No, but my legs are." A wag "was Jogging home rather late, and a little happy, when, passing by. a dark alley, a large, two-baled' fellow stepped ont, aud seizing him by the collar, demanded his money. " Jlon-' ey!" said the wag, "money! I have noue but if yon will wait a moment, I, will give yon my note at thirty days." A SEW disease is mentioned in the Hempstead Iwqtirtr, of tbe 14th inst., which says n coroner of that place was railed to hold an inquest oii'Sun day, in Scott H. Bowne's vtoods at Flushing' Alley, on the body of a colrrrtl woman named .Alia: Johnson, wlio died of "ctfra;ieeiia1ro3t o t Jijuor. . DosY Bkukv'h It. It Is said that there ar Jicople in the "iioiintaiu District" of Kentucky, hi green that they followed a wagon that hap pened to pas that way, SO miles, "jnst to see whether tbe hind wheel would overtake the fore An inveterate bachelor, being asked bya Sen timental young miss, why be did not secure some fond one's company, in his voyage on tho ocean1 of life, replied, "I would, if 1 were sure such an ocean would bo pacific." Too Late. "My dear sir," said an election ac quaintance, accosting a sturdy wag on the day of election, "I'm very glad to see yon." "Yon needn't be I've -voted." "Ravi; yon ever brokeu a horse f inquired a horse jackey. "No, not exactly," replied Simon; "but I've brokeu to r three wagons." Fast Mas. There is a man at Oxford who lives an fust that ho is now absolutely older than h a father; and it is thought he will soon overtake his grandfather. - A fibe engirfe ba jnst been introduced into one of the tow ns of Wisconsin. The editor, speak ing of it, calls it a four-wheeled sqnirt. Jack, have you seen the new gold dollar! "No, Tom, and I'm sorry Jo say that I have not seen an old one for a lougtime." A LADT who bad exhausted the vocabn'sryof names for ber numerous daughters, named the last "aa-o-orfA." IF "time is money," a man ought to he worth something pretty handsome after serving ten year in the State prison I THWtE a word in tbe English language which coutains all the vowels I Umqckstiosablt. Ar.AMEili.mei in New Holland a Kangaroo staffed with chips. SJ - HINTS FOR Tatst alA!-c -4 I. Turn all stock fruni ineadows at once, if not already lijnerChM nji about the. stock ants, and spread eveuly all droppings of manure, wherever ivuud. .Also", before gras,1ook care fully for ny stones .thrown, fnm the soil by frost, whiiii may !;. in.the way of the scythe or mow er, and roniore tbeto from tbe field. If there are any stamps in yn'nf meadows, jt them nut while "the grmird in soft, so that tbey-tnay.be, easily removed. A Urge atniup.lB meadow,' for ten years; uiakes'more exiua"and trouble than twice tbe cost of remurine-: besides, it ia an eve-soie to the man of taste. Pse the roller to reduce any inqualilies, if necessary;, II. Get ont all the manure from yoar barnyard, and see that oar cornfield bsS a respectable share, especially in regions not v.-s-U'ailaptesl to" ,tl i crop. It is- expeosive to draw -luaunreyto' great distance from tbe bam; hence toe pro- Srietyof fields iu closer proximity torecehrejt. ever haul manure in a common wagon box; bat have plank, six inches wide, ith the ends shared down so a to be easily grasped, for bottoms, and loose board -for sides- With them, unloading reqirea little time or labor. " III. Inspect year wheat fields, and Me if they need any attention. If so, see that they have it, whether a" top dressing of lime, plaster or ashes, opening of water courses, or removal of'thlstles, docks, or other weeds. IV. Gather all 'the bones abont yonr farm, and p'snt tbem with yonr grape vine or" pear tree, or burn and nre as a spefic manures for yonr gar den vegetables. Almost every farm has bones enongb lying about to supply phosphates for a large garden.' . " 1 v 'TIT V. Collect all tbe nsfiesyon haw made during tbe winter, and all that your neighbors have made it tliey unirt take fbe CM10 .former, anil are not jiosted as to theie'valne-and apply to mossy meadows, poor-;pastnreVer other crops that need them. N & VI. Sow oats immediately;, they do well on oil too wet sod heavy far corn, if rich and deep- ly plowcdrsowjtliree bnshel per.acre. VII KowyocriileaeooB aatt is sufllclent being .warefal not Jasajajwe ,twm;tfrad on tbe cnrraithuhes, or otlier things pleated 011 the VIII. fmc'in tnaunre ayimtslk'carrant, rasp berry and blacKuerry uunne. JJig 111 bones aronud pear trees and graiie vities, and spread a peck of lime' and ashes around apples trees. Clean t)fe bade "rlf all yonr fruit trees witbaoda watiae'denerbr'aaAyirfbnrBxi(e(fniii tUss'we etwee att'pe5l'reiarobpsiid8 made even washinc day. ForceVOot to remove the clusteis of caterpillar egg from the twigs of apple tree Uleanolil and niaKe.ucwstranJrerry bedinryba'aia "not doit iu'tlfe.fall. '.Clean out privies and hen-ronsts7 and make the, cout'.nts into a compost, to be used vhenjsnQlcieiitly dis ontanized. " JX. Watch carefully yonr flocks of sheep. If not already done, tag them; see that the weaker members" of tbe flock hate extra attention; that lambs.are protected fxQra.xoliLstonnashilc ten- iler;ann,Bm-era!rf'watcn'inoBeeiigi mis season; sheep in spring- are more easily injured and killed than at other times. '- X. Your teams, which always ought to have the best of care, should have no less now. See iUist their sUbTes are theroughlyclesnei, twice a 'dayr exposed to the influence of Kghf'When the sun shines, are well veutilated at ni-ht; that berscs and working cattle have plenty of good clean bedding, ran plenty of mseial toabsorb theleinaiiatious fnm their ilropnh9ga.Ta'flxilin ammonia, ue plaster of Pans or charcoal. Feed with great Tegulsrily, but neitUer-too uinch nor too little.1. l'tthla4iuyliir8trBWlbaifre fioin -must, mould or dust, and let, the grain be such a furnishes plenty of miiscle-msking material, to supply the waste by hard labor, Use horses care- fnllv till they become accustomed to work, and never fret or worry tbem. See that tholianiess are strong, and do not chafe, ami that the plow thev draw has a..sharp Jioint and txtv.drjft. In plowing with "oxen, 'see th.it the chain floes uot gall their-legs, that.tb". bows tit properly about the neck, and that the yoke is not tto shurt so as to make them haul. ' " 75 XI. Take cood care if your own health. Eat less fat meat and salt ur greasy food, and more vegetable and fruits. Do uot work excessively hard, or expose jourself with little clothing to currents ot air wlnle warm and tired, lake a thorough bath once or twice a week; and at night, after your day's work is done, spend an honr.with yonr family iu pleasant "conversation, or"in looking over the magazines and papers j on may taxe. (M10 tamer. iwi m Bees Bwarwaiaia;, A sure way to present bees from going to the woods, when tbey come ont and light, is to get a pail half fall of cold water from the vt ell; take a broom-brush aud dip 111 tlie water, hinl throw it np over tbe bees, aud it will mine down 011 them like fine rain; then hive them the usual way, and sprinkle tbem while going in, and sprinkle the ground around the hive, to cool the air; iu fifteen or twentv minutes do it again, and continue it .until (he day 11 cooler; keep thehivviu thu shade. Th'erw bp no need of having any Jjte-s.go to the woods not at all. I bail mer forty swarms last last syniner,,aul sa cil all by sprinkliuif them. .Thi bee" iouninls tell of men wn3aialce'artifii vial e-v. anus", and jet have'tiees go o"the woods; nnrisio in ueeu.oi-inis u you n so ouiu. waier. " Bn,t" saysone,i"jny.bees go. to Ihe,wood3 with oiitfallKhtiiig"' Itiun'tr dispute it in'the least: biijltu;iiU4ho tjijrtyjivejrears tliatl have kept beB. Ja nVCT.ij swarm cniiietdtViid go toh'Weswbr'wrthTiiit alighting firslf and I am safe in-saiisut Ihvc hueU a thou.'uud. swarms. Beesemrlmescotne otrt'nndescoTeTed anil af ter a wiitie haarvwrMievyfwi-aml are seen on tbe secondjfart. , , '-Ju-cVcrfliisjXK .JUlVILSUX. a 1-1 1 ri Ratal ag Carat for Fodder. Having seeu something said in your paper in regard, to com for fodderaud ciidsiiUifag it one of the most profitable crop a farmeT'rairtaiso, I herewith send yon my method for raising it, one which I like brSt, after trying others, as giving., t lie roost teed lptun a given amount or land, labor and tnannrr., FA II HI K I lorn ovra pieceeifTrrassgrennd.lasTMlora field as I have, near the bam, in the fall if I can if uot, in the; spring barrow thoroughly just before I wish to put ju my,seed;tben furrow fur the rows abont-' twenty inches apart, and scatter in the furrows a light coat of such inanureflu I can best spare, green or rotten, horse, hog, or a...4t.. 1.A.. .... 1.. 1-tl. ,1. ..MB !- .)... .... the seed, western or southern com, at the rate of one quart to about six roils, aim cover tmui one to xwffinciiea aeeiuanu lei nirrowiunrii ancn time s'Ilwisli to' feed it, it-'aot requlrioc kny af ter culture, as there will no weeds start till the gmnnd is so shaded that they cannot thrive. In eight weeks from planting it will be a sea of fod der, too tall for a man" to look over, and almost too thick, tOjWade.Jbrongliin ,th.e,rpws, and the stalks arenot s? large! as to be unfit for cattle to cat, Cor. Country HmtUmnn. '& Cslwemn suae! Cwra. A correspondent of the Cosntrjr Geaffestaa says: Immediately after the com is planted, sprinkle on tbe hill, over the covered grains, atmnt one laalcapoouiui 01 sallloeacu nui. aiore win on no barm: buthawmiichmore thecoruwilljt'idI do not know. U Atablespooafnl Istaoopk, 1 perhaps less wonld doTThat isall. Th-lBrrafleVrrlirtrtrrms in salt and left them there along time wit bout dots g tbem any apparent narm, and tney win not eat the young' coruTplant if ."there j ailtl jsalt in its sap. That seems to be tho explanation of its protective influence. Allow me to repeat that the salt should lie put on the corn hills immediately after the planting, that it may be dissolved by the rain, dew, or oth er moist ure in the air, and thus reach the roots of the plant ereatly diluted by mixture with the sill, and therefore safe to the young and tender plant; nudaiso mat it may neat tne roots, wnere it may enter the sap of" the plant, not at the leaves, .where it can only be destroyed. Harrowing Corx. A correspondent gives the following description of bow he barrows his com: I commence jnst as soon as the 'com romea np, and confine as needed, to keep soil loose and weeds out of sight, until, it is so the barrow wilt break it oft if nsed. There is nothing so needful to secure a crop of com, with onr short seasons, asfreqnent stirrings of tbe soil when it is in its first stages of crowth. and no tool will do this so cheaply or so thoroughly in tbe bill as tbe rightly constructed harrow. 1 harrow back and forth till I have my land as I desire. IT the com is rowed both ways of the field, the second harrow ing should crosa the first, the third the second ami ao on. I have not had a failure in fonr years with corn on my white, heavy, cold soil. Sowing Cokx. A correspondent atBahway, N. J. asks the best way of sowing corn for soiling purposes whether broadcast or in drills; also th. Iimit timo to sow if intended for winter use: aad if one kind of corn i superior to another for this use. We reply that we have found it roost profitable to sow thickly in drill Si feet apart, and cultivate with a single oveI-pIow or small cultivator. For winter forage we have sown it a late as the lath of July, and by persistent cnl tnnt. f the frmnnd beine-. rich a it should bej got every large rmpa, aud secured tbem before irost. We shall Is- glad to record the experience) of farmers. gn w tSj& rayPfyassiM saaa fjjrjs'jtl.a.JITtC.11 a. r. tatlok. Ay, bolld ber let astd sarrow, and derp; Rhe shall cat the ars wtah tefaoetar'a sweep, 'Whatever betldca and whoever may weep! Bring ont the red wtnel lift the cUas to the Up! WlththemarfgTetfni.aDda "Hip! hip! hip! f Horrah!" for Uss craft we wQI chrlatea the ship! Duhadaoghteathebow! Ah. the apsr of white wood Drips lato ths ssata It colors the aood vTU the vety swa dsabl sad symbol of blood ! Vtm ont with ths same of ths moaanh gtgutic That shaQ 4sa It so grandly when surges are frantic Child of firs and of iron, God save the ATLAxnc! AH freighted with power below sad above. The heart of a fiend, aad the wing of a dove Tumble m thehrsTe astro of life sad of love! uooa lor a taomsaa souia! iiuitlethemui! Tonr'aothsr and mine shall the census begin: xsca tu sw, see cnuuren too utue to ami With furase of fire and forest of mast. She can eoaquer the calm aad rally the blast; Bat fuel Is costly 1 Coal-hesvera, avart ! Ah. tease ebonv heaps that cumber the hold. Can sever be reckoned la ailver and (old Tea lives to the ton, sad sn aaeuiah untold ! Abis for the lack of a handful of coals! Ala for the ship that is haunted wttk souls! Alas for the bell that eternally tolls ! AH aboard, my fine feBowa! "Op anchor!" )h word as, sever snin anau taai order be hearo: for two world will be monrainc ye (one to a third! To the trumprtofTsUreh wild raUvps the sea; Old wUte-crestedlxonpero are under the lee Old -World and2e,w World and Soul-World are three! Great aarmenta of rain wrap the desolate nUbt; Sweet Heaven, jdisastered. U lust to the aijhtt "ATLa'mo," crash on ia the pride of thv might. With the luok-oot'a dim cry, "One o'cluca, and all rifht !" no-down with the hatches! Tbe Seas come aboard! , AH together they come, like a passions! word laae pirates inai put every soul to tne aworax Their bUck flag all abroad makes mnrky the air; But the ahip parts tbe night as the maiden her hiur Through and through the thick gloom, from land here to lsnd there. XTke the shuttle that weaves far a mourner to wear! Good night, proud " ATUtsnc!" One tick of Ibe clock, Aad a atecgeslnr craunch and a shivering ahnck Tie tbe flint and the ateel! Tia the ship and the rock! Deathless parka are struck out from the bosoms of eirla, From the atout hearta of inanhood in aclntiUant whirls. Like tbe atara ef the Bag when the banner unfurle I What hundreds went op onto God in then- sleep! What hundreds in agony baffled the deep Nobody to pray and nobody to weep! Alas for tbe flag of the single "White Star," With light pale and eold as the woman's hands are Who froce In the shrouds, flashed her Jewels afar. Lost her .bold on the world, and then clutched at a spar! God of mercy and grace! How the bubbles come u With aonls fnau the reveL who staved not to auoi With souls Irum the revel. wn siayea not 10 son . . . j :. ... ... Ileath drank the last toast, and then ahattered the cup! IT Ao crushed those poor hearts that wild terrors environ I Atlantic of water! Atlantic of tronf Tbe den where tbey bearded tbe granite old linn t The God of thesparrowal A breath from Mount Zlonf Bring the World into court! Bid the verdict be given! To this true word we render. rraUUeasiy driven. And so say we all Not (Juiltt, 'fore Heaven!' Poor handful of carbon ! Call humanity's roll. For the fellow who thought, "Ah. bow costly la coal!" He lose who bids any price for bia aoul ! And Christ died fur this man this pitiful creature! Made like the noblest in fsshion and feature Salst Jsha tbe Bdov'd and the Wilderness Freacbrr! Too sordid roranul and too subtle for sod. Let us bk out of heart the poor animate clod. And leave the new Cam and his brother with God! 17-i. 0' 3rl 7 s In the clash of the leaves of the frantic woods. And the tnrbulent whtrl of the angry flcodA, And the rumble and roar of the cloudy brum's. In the height of the stnrni you have sometimes Leant The meludloua voice of an unseen bird. And bo clear and, a brave that yonr heart waa'atirred. It seemed to be Faith set anew to a sng. That the weakest of things need never fesr wrong. If they enjy beUeve in the true and the strong. In that biCtereCstotnai wbea tb tdunge of the wreck Tuesed the n bite forms at will that were strewing theKdeck, Aa the foam flahea are tossed on s war horse's neck, C1 And men growing grim In their hnnger for life. And husband In freuay abandoning wife. To struggle alone ia Xhe.desperate strife. Then a voice, brave and young, rose sweet through the din: " Lend a band ! I'm alone, with a lile-tlme to win ! " "Tjrasthesoegofai'saartboiuigtheslnl t s Then the'brute' that's In men slunk back to its Ulr Strong fingrrawere wound in the boy's curly hair "Pass the ladrbjht along 1 "My chance he shall share!" Well donelHtk Joan! Tor yon smote that left flank. And summoned tfieni back to tbe heroes' front rank; 'Mid death and disaster, John Henley we thank !" A XKW HAIMT. alary, Qaewsi ef "cots, ta be Cnaemiaew. The statement is made by the Vienna Xinc Fret Pmt that it is the inteittiou of tbe Pope to can onize as a martyr Mary, Queen of Scots. There is no qualification or donbt expressed in connec tion with the announcement; our Austrian con temporary sets it forth as a settled fact; nod the purpose aud the propriety of the act will, siilise luently, become the subject of widedisrussiun. Mr. Fronde and his opponents vi ill prti.ihly plnuge afresh into their intermitted controvcr-y. The silver casket, no less famous mid inischiev-, ons than the Box of Pandora, will again be brought on the carjiet and elegantly wrangled over. The theological journals will once more buckle 011 their anaor, aud prepare to do battle in an issue than nhich none has ever so curious ly combined opposing elements of religion, chiv alry and politics, tirini Ilothwcll and frholmia Damley will oure mora lie exbnmed, and tbe shame or credit newly assigned for the memora ble alsluction ivid he ghastly catastrophe iu the Kirk of.Fjeld, TThe 'splendors and the crimes of old Holyruod, the devotion of George Douglas, the infamy,pf Paris, the ambition of Murray, and Jjiejmelty oT Xlizabeth with all the other names anil associations linked with the romantic career, whiclf began insnnny Frnure to end on 'ihe.sciffidd at1 fotKenngay, will, for the hun- nreiiin lime, we canascii uun icticnoi, 11110,110 doubt, with tbe usual result of leaving most par ties to the debate in precisely the some mind its when they approached it- Without pnrposing at this time to add to the literature of the controversy, we may yet be per- l mitted to say that there appears to ns some slisht Lflaaaar-nf incongruity-in addiogIary uCScotUud to tbe calendar that bears tne names ot tne ila- rysof Xazareth-andof Dethany. The assnriation. telard and sung of Swinburne, should swell tho tenuiiineaiae et Jftn nnreole category, H is less easy either to see or to tolerate. It is alto to be observed that Poies have commonly selected times when they themselves were exceptionally strong to mhko saints of qncvtinnable characters. If, then, tbo pnroose impnted to the Holy Fa ther shnnld be really taken, it will imply an esti mate of his present position on tbe part of Pio JTono strangely at, variance with the current of opinion among the more intelligent portion of mankind. Perhaps, however, tbe canonization of the beantifnl, if erring, Scottish Queen is to be taken as the index of a new policy, designed ta pluck strength ont of weakness, and safety ont 'afa;-,, s-f!n - V snM at nrMsnt no fril. kism to make on submission to the policy tuns shadowed forth, and no snggestions to offer, ex cept, indeed, thst'if Mary is to be made a saint, we really think it wonld be no more' than fair to make one of jteor Hizzio.also." He. waa certainly a good son to the Ctihreh, and lie at'all events did imt write lettenrto the great Emperor on the night before his "death, imploring hitter engeance on those whom, the next day at the scaffold, he sweetly blessed aud forgave. Airrr Fersr Times. 111 Country Papers. The Xew York Tlstes says that yon might nearly as well fnrfct your church es, your academies and school honvs as to forget voar local paper. It sricak to ten limes the aud ience that tbe local minister does. It is read ea gerly each week from beginning to end. It reach es yon all, and if it has a lower spirit and less wisdom than a sermon, it has a thousand better chances at yon. Laying, aa it doe on every ta ble, iu almost every house, yon owe it to yonrself to rally liberally to its snport, aud exact from it ns ablei high toned a character as" yon "do from any educator in yoor.midit It is in nq sense beneath notice and eare for it is yonr represent ative. Indeed, in its character, it is the consum mation of importance, interest and welfare of yon all. It is the aggregate of yonr own consequence, and yon cannot ignore it without miserably de preciating yourself. Manuscript Six Hcnered Years Old. We learn with pleasure that the valnable manuscript, six hnudred year oldwhich was purloined from the library of Georgetown College, D. C, will be ultimately recovered. It disappeared mysteri ously in September, 1848, and since then the fac ulty aud Librarian of the College have received information from Xew York which will perhaps lead te the detection of the rogues and the recov ery of that valuable work. Gtorgttoien Jdt. Presidents and Governors. Five of the American Presidents bad been Governors of Ter ritories previous to their elevation to.the Presi dency. Jefferson, Monroe and Tyler were Gov ernors of Virginia; Van Bnren of Xew York, and Polk of Tennessee. Gen. Jacksou was Territorial Governor of Florida for a short time, and Gen. Hassison gained great applause dnnng the long time he waaGoveruorof the Territory of Indiana. Scndat schools have been running in Indian apolis fer fifty years, and yet eight ont often of the male citizens wink when thev call for soda water. - S Tte- jseful nad &nwwz. PI1VAI. JaKWIlfCITlBT. A Few Plata, Practical Maieaaeata. From the St. Loot Republican. EtimiR Bepubucan: Having very often for the past few weeks noticed evidence in the form of various auxiuus inquiries made to tne that an entirely unnecessary excitement exist among onr citizens in refereuceto the dread subject of spinal meningitis I offer yon the following state ments: We do no r the important fact that exposure to a cold, damp atmosphere i an exciting and developing cause of the disease, and that all irre gular habits of meals, drink, clothing, sleep, die, are also excitiug causes, aud as inch should be scrupulously avoided. I ha e seen the disease in various parts of onr country and in various conn trie of Europe, iu London and in Paris, aud geueral observation shows it to be more preva lent and more severe in tlrose seasons and those climates uhere the temperature of the atmos phere it tbo lowest, with the greatest degree of humidity or dampness, and is most prevalent and fatal ia cold climates in spring and fall, aa these conditions obtain most largely at those seasous of the year. 1 have treated many cases of the disease in Canada, aud tbe most severe were usually in tbe spnng and fail, snowing win iub extreme eold alone is not as strong an exciting cause aa dampness. Many of the worst case I have ever seen were in Georgia in winter, where the above conditions obtain at that ncason. PREVENTIOX. It is manifest that an atmosphere which i just above the freezing point of water, and at the same time surcharged with watery vapor, is an exciting cause. The instances above referred to in Geonria ocenrred in the wiuter of 1869 and TO. It was most severe among a large concourse of negroes wbo assembled for a convention 01 long duration, v, here they were uot regularly fed or comfortably housed, and this indicate plainly that irregular habits and insufficient protection from cold and lamp predispose to the disease, or, at least, are del eloping cause. It is, therefore, plain that all slmulil be as regular as possiuie in all their habits, and especially avoid a cold, damp atmosphere as much as possible, cspecially the feet. STJtrTOMS. Many real, and more fanciful, symptom have been published, which would lead many to have the most fearful apprehension that they .were about to take the disease when they feel the most t rival and most common inconvenience or unpleasant sensation from cold, or fatigue from too little sleep, or from any other cause. Let no one frigbteu himself into the conclusion that he has spinal meningitis or spotted fever because he feels the nneomfortable or other paiuful results, nsnally resulting from irre gular habits or from contracting cold, which have been presented by several writers a symp toms of tbe disease. Cerebrospinal meningitises somewhat prevalent iu onr city now, bnt not in its most severe form, and is really not at present as frightful here as the epidemic of emall-pox, from nhich we are now emerging, has been; hence no one need be frightened, even though he bss tho real symptoms of the disease. Spinal nieuingtis may lie developed slowly or suddenly. In tbo former ca&, the patient generally first complains of languor, debility, &c There is of ten a general sense of soreness aud stiffness of the uinst-lc, which soon amounts to pain, being very manifest in the head and back. The pa tient usually complains of chilly sensations, with coldness of the extremities, which are alternated with flashes of boat and developing fever. When the attack comes on suddenly, it may be ushered in with a well-marked chill. In some cases the first symptom of tbe disease is a severe pain iu the head or back, followed by severe chills, or rigors, alternated with flashes of beat. Severe vomiting is au occasional form of invasion. Stiff ness in the muscles of the back of the neck fre quently manifest itself early in the disease, and spasmodic contractions of these mnscles and the muscles of the back often draw the head back wards, and also the lower extremities backwards and upwards, presenting a very distressed condi tion and appearance. The aliovo are the ordinary average svniptom of the disease, but let no one befrigkleiinl to tralk, as they may have all these symptoms mid yet not be in much danger. The disease is nut as severe among ns as it has often Ix-en in other places. Of the cases I have attended and have been called to in counsel with different physi cians in this city, I have nut seen or heard of any as severe as I have seen and treated elsewhere, and have not yet had the misfortune to see a case this season thit has proved fatal. J. W. II, M. P. Fawst rorara'Peoate. Is your fat, good natttred grandfather living on fat lieef and pi.rk, white bread and butter, buckwheat cakes and molasses, rice and sugar, till he has lost all mental and physical energy, and desires to sit from morning till nicht, saying nothing and raring for nothing! Change his diet. Gie him fish, beef steak, potatoes and nnliolted wheat bread, or rye and Indian, with one-half or three quarters of the carboniferous articles of his former diet, and in one week he will cheer up again with his old jokes, aud call fur his hat and cane. Is he lean, and cold, restless, and irritable f Give him the fattest meats, the best butter, and mncb sugar ami molasses aa be desires, not taking away entirely food for the brain and muscles, adapting them to his circumstances. Perhaps his brain has been overworked, and ex haustion and fitful action follow. If so, he needs some form of phosphatic food to which he has not' been aceiimstnmed neh aa oat meal por ridge, or oat meal cake, with milk or a diet of fish, and pearl barley or nea soup. Or iierhaps his restlessness com esfrom inactivity of tbe bowels. If so, he needs fniit, vegetable, unbolted wheat bread, etc, with'care to keep 1 he mind at ease, and to hare only such company as is soothing ami agreeable. KTearataia. That dreadful anal most Ktiufnl affection, "nenraliria."'" face-ache"' or "tic douloureux." can b enred positively with the carbonate of iron. A teasoontni annum do taKen twice a nay for a considerable time, for it Trill not be cured mttdilf, and when enred it is permanently so. Fur temporary comfort while waiting for the ultimate elFeefs of the iron, rnb'an niiiluieuf (titer the back of painful nerve) made of simple cerate and aconitine, in the proportion of one drachm of the former to one grain of the latter, twice a day. for five or six days, if necct-wary. The alkaloid, aeouitiue, is an article that can be got pure of none but very intelligent and strictly honorable druggists, and when pnre it is very expensive. It should cost at leant two shillings a grain, i. e. 120 au ounce, and $1440 a pound, Apothecary's weight. One thinl of a grain may be sufficient for a single ease. Carbonate of iron also enres megrims, henii crrnia, or "headache confined to one side." A Cheap Wash fob Buildixgs. Take a clean water-tight cask and put into it a half bnshel of nuslaked lime. Cover it with a boiling-hot wa ter six inches deep, stir briskly, and wait for tho lime to slake. To the lime and water add two pounds of a cheap salt called sulphate 01" zinc (white vitriol) and one pound of common salt. These ingredient canse ni whitewash to harden and not crack and fall oil. To form a beantifnl cream color, add three pounds of yellow ocher. A lnmp of ivory black will give pearl or lead color. Lamp-black may be nsed t produce a darker color if desired. Applied to palings, plank fence, and all outbuildings, they List much lon ger and look better. CnAXBKRnir.s a Ccre for Casceb. We havo seen it stated more than once, that the common craberrv waa efficacious in the cure of cancer: bnt have never, nutil very recently, been an j eye witness to tne fact. Mr. Jluldleton ISelk, residing within fonr or Ave miles of this city, who has been afflicted with a cancer on the nose for tbe last eight years, was induced to try cran lierries, applied as a ponltice; aud, to bis great joy and satisfaction, has experienced a perfect and radical cure. We mention this fact at the instance of Mr. Belk, who is desirous that others, suffering under the sam affliction, may avail themselves of this simple but valuable remedy. Tatcolooaa Oaierrer. Yextillate York Cellar. Probably one of the chirf causes why vegetable of certain kinds, particnlar carrots, potatoes, beet and turnips, rot so soon after being deposited in tb winter bins, is tbe want of proper care in ventillating the cellars in which they are deposited. Far mers shonld avoid this, by having some com mnnication between the cellar and tbe principal rhininey, in order U facilitate the escape of tbe noxious and stagnant gases engendered by the vegetable or other content. CosgCMPnox. Dr. Wood, of Philadelphia, ar gnes the protective and enrative valne of cod liver oil, from tbe fact that the obituary table give a much diminished number of death from consumption since it came into general nse. "Probably,'' say he, "we have enred one in eight case by it rme." To Pkevx-ct CnOKixc Break an egg into a enp aud give it to tbe person choking, to swallow. The white of tbe egg seems to catch ronnd the ob stacle and remove it. If one egg doe not an swer tbe purpose, try another. Tbe white is alt thaia neeaasary. r. J. i Artkur't Ifayaiiaf. CD. BICICFOXtD. BIOKFOBD & SINQL.AIR, (SiiccaBms to. WM. M. SHEPHEED,) ear Southwest Corner Public Square, SIGN OF "RED FRONT,", TBOlr, KANSAS, Xygn a t .iani T3ST Drugs, Books, Stationery, Perfumery, Oils, Paints, Putty, Brushes, WITSTOW GLASS, DYE STUFFS, Pure Wines anil Liprs for Medicinal Purposes. - Also,' a Largo Assortment of , WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES. Goods Sold for Cash Ouly. 'Prescriptions carefully Compounded at all Lours. July 11. 1K-Iy. 0. G. BRIDGES, JIAXUFACTUnEK Near South:West Corner Public Sqnare, TROY, . t ' 1 ' : : i ' - KANSAS. "Slsn, oftbe 31 ZLeca. Boot." Keeps constantly ou baud The Best Stock of Boots and Shoes in Northern Kansas, And at Prices which Defy Competition. Also Manufactures to Order, and Does Repairing. EMPLOYS THE BEST WORKMEN, Jan.ls.187X -And can therefore please all who give him their patronage. FRANK G. HOPKINS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in and Manufacturer of C3MJEVS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, FISELTKTGr T.A.OKIEI, Seins, Scin Twine, Trammel Nets, Shot, Powder, Metallic Cartridges, Gr,n 3Ia.teria.lt-:, And Sporting Apparatus of All Kinds, IVO. 8, FOURTH STRICT, : : : ST. JOSEPH, IIIO., Depart to Inform IHsilrrn .n SiniimiMi wbo innj wfah to pnirba, that b h-w a Terr fine and larc- nfmrtmrnt of Ent-ck and Iuulr-Loa'hns Sht (una, K.dVa, Irolren, PutoU, tr, AUn. KUhins Tackle of trrr tIrrfptlon. 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Bubscrlptlonato.gwysTVJfiijaiiss, WmUg.nSiar.ta one addreaa for one year, fia.00; er. two of Barper'a VtzU oileala. ta oa addjea for one year. 17.00. Back Smnbera oaa bo sappUed at aay tim. Tbo Ore Tolamss of aTsrisV Boar, tor th years I8M. "?. T. Tt. "35. etafaatly booad la Kreea awrueco slot, wfll be feat by express, freight prepaid, for VM eaca. The postage oa Sarptr't Bazar la M eeots a year, whkn net ba paid at the saosrrioer'a poaUtOee. Addreaa IIAKFZK k. BKpTUEKS, Kew Tork. Amignee'M IVetice. rTW WHOM ITMATCOXCEBi-: J. the itaderaljned. M. Aaalsnes of af. S. Flak Co, nartaership nrm eom powd of MUo B. ITah aad Lsml A. Fottar. dolac boalaess under tbe firm, aaa aad style of If. R. ITah Co, of Troy. Doaipbaa Cocaty, rsnaas aereky ireo aotke to aB tkeeredatoraof taesald M.B.I1aha Co, that I will, on th Hat day of olr. W7J. at ala (i) o'cloek, A. 3C of aald day. at the a-Mrt Eooae of Boder Brothers, oppoaite from the eoetb-west corner of the Coort Booas Sqnare. Its Troy. Doniphaa Cooaty. rT t proceed pobUcly to adjust and allow alt demande acainat the estate aad eftVcta of the said M. B. FUb ft Co, and aiatnat the rraat fund of tb asid estate In my hands, as each Assignee of the aaid M. K. Fish ft Co, and wfll remain at aaid place sbore deeirna ted until fis (S) o'clock. P. M, of said day, and wfll there eontina. dnrlna; tbe aame boars for and daring the two days next succeeding the day shore mentioned, to adjust sod allow dkmaade acainat aaid estate aad trust fond ; and yun are farther notified to attend at the place sbore desis ted, within the said term of three days, and within tho boors aforesaid, aad lay before tbe undersigned Aaaignee the nature aad amoonl of yonr reapeetire demands against aaid estate and tmat fond; and ahoold too fail to ao appear aad present yonr eeld demanda personally, or by agent or attorney legallT authorised ao to do, yon will be precluded from any benefit of said estate, as presided by section 21. page n, of th statute of the State of Kansas. HXXBY BODKB, Ja, April 10, 13T3-Uw. Assignee of if. B. Fish 4 Co. FAIRY VOICES: A BTW KBaTC-BOOr JOS DAT SCHOOLS. 5east 0at, aast w trill mail m aompUtopf Addreaa. M. I.. sPKTBata. S BraUaay, Pfew Tara. For CARDS. TICKETS. BLANKS, CIKCirLAXS, 4 c, come ta tbo CJKsf afle.