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flltlll. u t i. i; i i jt tit Manr1vkfr Journal, j d.- i bio! !,,, a il. ith r ia t!i.. k,ii tt.Uj( hita l-nm a jttHiCg Hu t) i n tt toii m lire - ' ii.it ERCfc A. CO., it ; anifrtr mmt MuttAiriMf Jitvir, I J -..It ! Mill ill l M ' t ai a , f . I $5 . n -' fi . - .a. a t -.- i 4-' ! f Xw I V ' J!um'ihs.h Can lit. It, t . UN All", k-tt, f beet e Rabbtri. In Ha"-- J I. -Al l McLaughlin Pump, i . ). hv i-n i . Steves, Tinware, &c, UII 1 i J 'A i. N 7. A Y. U u f ;ITv:- ttt ;1 ,:-!'. M i '-!. ,IIA N. I.' I V N I S L'XtfM'. tL, II m,oi :.msr'iT. rr'; v-f .... .'-. I- .. k. ! 1 llTll, II, a. im i-.ia i-; . .. JOB PR ITERS M3 PUBUSHFRS Of THE EH CMESTIHJOURUL ii. it. nv h i ;i-:i.i'.u. Attorajr 1 C .awllor t Law. , i t 1 1 i ' . ' i . lVl 'lH M I I T! OH Hlol l il.OVEH, UllJv Art .j fti.it fey I W- lli. 1 tumuli. IT. It. H. KUWI.KII, Allurnr t I.w. l,-nl. B 11 i'-? Ill i ',r' Aii, 1 ...iiii)'rr fr I'- IlirjtrON .V MI'SWI.V, Attorney r.i Ctranutian t Law, OB,. !tt 1k 1. .'yrt II...1W, WANvilKSlUII, VT. at ti, u '. .1. K. i.M AN, M. J-. rr''".i'in I'hrsK ian i!v.t f'nrjcdon, l.x .f'IH O -,--,rj,A , , HKj.iiKU. Alto o4y hioI t 'uii'llir t Jiw, H. H. fliKMil.VH, M. !., t . . K.wiiit kor.k f Imll4 ralM, I'r.n I U.J l"B;.t.Sll. 4; mi - . W tit'W-it'.tf'a A,--t fr Itnt-f-t-"tt.'4 Trit n i '.. riir4 t. 5. GllAY. iTtK'K. MAK Kit IN!) V A T C II t1"k l.' . I f . 'nr.. 1,-aui -H-s 't iii r..' i a- 'j ) M. I." I - -tiiii A- 'I. JulINKON, fcrtXTf? I) J1NTISJT. ).ai (. ' '.'"'.. '. 4 niru- l a li.'ttl lti r, iiy r j s ;.,ci.cvi.. vi. VAN HI- IV 1,1 lJ Ht)l t'L ft:!! i.-..-..i' '. 4 l!..l.iui:'.-'t' i.,i.',t.'i' f'l i .... a -.- .. i. rf ..... o ... u (.i(.-;. !' r It.- .,f at . I'. 1...'' i (f.'ir ft ...ai! flur'it 11 . n ii - ,ii ...i ' J J.T. Ml' f lil l.i'riy 1 1 ' " ft i p i i . . . rpi-T' I .-'! a-m '-'! I: 1 1 Of l.i U ro.i-'.'i-l.flf, M "'. 'al.r. 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V. liJiOCKWAY, DKNTIST, n ri-t.iri,i .i y.i,i F3titT fiif ri')B lit A! f w. r I WiM.V. lit -:' ti.l ..rl Hici.aiif rtt H- 'fcs-ti htii fnl f i.cfltti. m wt rfi' iiio a !'; ;ii W -f-' f: ,jnta ilu trfh r ntntt fc rt !( I im I iut A i if (n . tl J. WHirOOMIi, M tnufa' torer of Superior Duller Tubs, t i a. ..' w in ti -y n. JJKNMNtiTON A KL'TLAND 11. Il W l-irt4 lft.li, trit j IhU lit run ,m fiaHu' - t ln H M , ,W,( MJ MSP M. " N- fc ttt i .... . " Ymi rf 1 . ft M.a,,..., 4 X " W..liri,t.6 ill M 6-4 t-!ti U-lH4. , ft m .... ft JkH,gm ... V -.fr-nr " T ) 'r.if.f t.'m ) :M -rr, i U. Ht A. M t.-i t'K fr' R.b4 n,r. r r w a. m 1 1 r (; T 3 . t iWnb.,--! a- 4, M. .... irttP M Ht Ml.i.iHyl. i ' , 4 " f.h...., " r , ki-r.an.ft ",,,.., t.A tuaa-t .wwt-I .. JiM .,.., " Vrft i, .' ".aa.a... A'tt kl itta'.tl t ll " , . . . . . tiA-vl.ji w -tt tittiJjt Ift M-,t.f'a.' M -w-fftl. Hi-1 h I'o-f M A UtlkUl Ikt KttH;febii a4 ft'-ti--k J Jk r ; . J K'trr (Vt 1 Ht lUk- r r wtiiti. 1 ITlir t ,vai. .ii iti.a lt.,l an.. lata- jitaiaaaiai t ap k ....-'.-.- -..a. !'. A.,a aa.Aj 'A' a- i l-,. vt lit . , ,,. i il lliti, a... o,i '., t i..p-fM.t ( t ,tu t s- ( W I.''- 1 "BffA.-A, '. r, l -i .. -. ... a tv '- .in all-. J. -1 a i A.rfla! , ' , . . . : "tha a.1- aw-.. M I It... taalt. tarMa a. i l,ifc.ail:l-l 1, il il-ii. i 1 Oi I A- ! A. - V A a. ..'r'la, . , ... ti .a a a. a . i,.t ft.iia.tV 'i : Oi.,.a,a. ai..i ,.... t ' .iaa.ta-, . a ii ... ')-' 1 1? . -;,-! ap - ft .mi li is- .- , i" . t i -" - - - -. i,. - y. ui i;-;; ? . S,,. a ta. ;'.! ...ta tfcA .'.-! ;-. -I ' u .ail utiwtf f ad W aAft AttA H-i taia-Aar.' 1.4 ! 1- IA . 1 . .. . I ' 4 1 " .. lo - A , O . a a . a i !. i.- SI e- ijH. e." e. .i a . , IK HO S,-'..C.fc. tl I. Vi- a t't ' l t - w a ., I il A S an - aa-- t i' ti y. t . 4 r. i ;t-k i',n, - M Min n rl .m.v it !!. la. i.- k! ,-l.!lUi ti..' fcr i :V K( l.r I I; . k La m ;it,t I U,s tl ( !t n W. W 'm fii'g t, .Ve 'i r-r:til.-l "11' t " !' ti. ,1.. fll.a'.II, f. :;!') iti i t fr il ".. aii 1 ! i.'t!-- In ii 1 tiiirh I n,3 b'i'.. h::a in-! t-l J. t: 1 n;-'-ttr to i fr.l Vf. r t?,- ..-ii.'-iJ j.nt.hc . ui-l . r Liat i an) tLiii t aii of Luu, fur i ktftroti it Mtorsl iu bi bthit.f Am been k u in tLi j.i.U.c j.iiti? from itikt Uy t tl.' Mi-:intii!e in! bt I'ffn eou-; fciiltiiij,' witb (-ctatknuvu w'jditO coiirttu-Uttuc-a huA ti jittit arts oitb Laviu kjrli Dirii cut 1'iof. J .i t iuus ami l'rof. II,-i.i r of tL hoiithfiuniHti Inatitute, aii'l iiu:iil r (, f f " i 1 l.u ii of tn-'ausi tlo a t iwii, H.'jtl tu-iinj (La put fcii ti i oi i.',c ii iu ti most tiiisjiii'iuiin ht.ite the balloon ami tU uirti nanj s in Ciiuj ic!o or.!r, tin CMiint-t tion iti lit th (j't-l l'it' f ir ni'iplviiig gat tiia.le at Ii!tlnllllll!lir l'ulk, ftll'l till! JlCl iiHl of ilcjiitrhiru Jtfiiiitcly lixcj for tLo iuil il!o of Jti'y. who ii oir.t Ai.iui ? Hit wan bom in St. 1't -ti-rsburg iu IK'.'.',, briti j tu aou of an ollict r iu the IbiKKinn army. The Kmjirror Ali-xnu-tlrr liiinst'lf htooil go lfii'ilii'r at his chriw t tilling; but MoiiN. Clii vuliiT claitna a c!ot rt liition to I ho Czar than that of (;ih1hiii t'von, for Lie nuitlit r was au Auowfii. iT whirli i tlm f.nuily iiuiiiB of tbo (iiaml D.iko Cotistnnliuc, who ovi.'ht, by tin- l ights of tluhccut, to be on the throne inutva.! of the pteKtut Hiltocrut AfliT having (,'ou6 through thti witM ugniuKt SuLatuyl the Circans inn, witli his fuiiicr yoiinji Chevalier was tukt-u to SuiUtii'iautl b,v his uiolS-t-r, tvhi ro ho jilm-eJ in the Univcr blly of torn...!, to Lu itljruitil for a hiti'eoii. Ho Cimlly nburirl iu il KUrge. ry, h'.wt'xi r, for t-hi iiiih'iy ini'l luttitl hi r;y, nil'l rvri!n-i!!y foli.i'.vt'il liis broth--r (m Au-'rilin, h'r iLcy cnifl'l in iioiiir.j; Iu it fotv ymis hu bail ii;lun. f '1 to Turin, wbi't'f, in l'VJ, l.o was i-tii.V, iny I'hotooi.'ijihy with Ntt'lur uinl llimli li. 1'jcm the thtvi (if bin f.tH'ltitit lifo ho lout It y.i l-o.iiid f'T UU'Jtil.'lti: ii, ami hii'l InviKiif-l bin jiiitrittKMiy on luil- I.IOUH i f fill fcil.'IpuU ttUll vartvtiai lifcil- .liik'ftl, LiiJ-ebujM-J, ri;:iti -.,.hape'l, cy-liioliit-'it', with nnu'liiijiTV ami without, l s;t It oii.l the fciatil'ifiitioit of bin tni.'.o for baI'i.ioi;iii; uliitly, ami no u Milt Kut! the lcil iiclioi) of bin foi tunt-. llu finally mu.bj one inversion in Li nit. t.owtvtr, v. i'i'ii will oko Luu an embii ii.L' hum', and which goes far to-1 waid iti.fi',ii ing toe micei-i-M of bi peril- otu (Mel pi i.se of travel-mil tbo A'.iuti tte. 'ih u wit she "ct mpeiihator" b,tl loou a kitiit'.l le.e.i tmr balloon pliu'iid at the month of tie muiii balloon lo re-i-eive the gas w hiel, es.ta"S by expini t.ii.in iu high ii'iUtm'.i'ii, and which in or dinary balloon in Lint. It was during bin stay in l'ai'is with Nadur that Cliiiv a'.iur t -i.-guged iu the y':f a'et ballooning feat in history, the toyage of THE rtMOt 8 UU.IOON "I F flEAST." Tht) lemai kablu incidental of the na cetit of "Le ( b ant," w hieh took place iu Paris in lStll, are tbuibtleha freah in the tiit-mory of many of our reader. Chevalier had with him its cowijtiimot tin f'y"J'' t'je Priuctas le lu Tour D' Auveignr, a then fainoun "girl of the period," Nadur, SI. lt lessert, the two broihera Godard, 51. Tirion, great giaiidhou of Jlongulfier, ami M. lb: SL Pelix. "l.etbatit was 193 feet in bight, held C.W.UOO cubic feet of gas, and wan of kuth tri iiteiidous power that pH-vioiihly to the final htart it ttxtk up SI hull I.t i of the National Guard, or an many a could be packed Lito the car and iU rigging. 1 he balloon wa provided foi the voya re with iudia rub ber bed, a printing i'ri ua, from which built tim. in the aLh of printed haud biila were acatied out duimg the pr.ig rewt of the voyage, with d.rectiona in at-teral Ur gu.agea to forward them to Paiia ami Ijoudon, a completo photo crnt'hie iiaratui4, and a ket of the b st atroriomie.tl instruments, present - d bv tariott scientific societies. "Le Gcant," b ft Paris at 5 p. m. on the 10th of St-pteml'tr. The same night, at 10 o'clock. Its e'.ectnc light attracted the attention of the guard on a boundary ... .. IT O .. 1 I !..-- . post oeifteeu ll i.iitJ t kuu uviimui, tho informrd the I si'.o lunt that they wtre .h) tuiit-a from ienue. 1 bey then i , .11 i o f tti e ttui en V A.--A ill ill'" tU' .kttMb.l atolduiuig tbo mghtig- lbe water bags vA tl.e rope i L,-t,!,r bud tie p.-,d U eit ...-l Uy ..a.,, d tL,U,h !(( T ,;i,U ,.(J f, M.ug.U,..,iuv of h,s emp,t..1.t.rj U.e water, ,n. the .mieasel fJ,,.; Uu jii,t.tiil:ydem.msat...Uk it ; J rcwa .... .i-i ,ui L'-i-p ttaC.. ,u,uUi!.,r,.k, the reit.bn.ted ttu. tl tit,u t.ifctf L-.l li.il i.' tLiit t t at , i . 1 t . J -Auii.'l ii.'-t 4..- ;.ic wt-u u'!., at-vi j .- a'j . v , 0 . i . . b nitk.vd father ifjit-i. impo.;L,ie. jcy "f b r.Uoiii.d. liy tl.t t-imp and Tie lnd.t.- t-r-.i-ud ib next day, j U;.it;fid ati-iti;;ti:iei.t tf ti:e icj.e wit! tt b o't'.ii k. not v.th.-ct k. ri, us i-.a-lthe it.-rb.g-, the U....U of Si.c b-J-a!li.i, t.-t-t.-f, iu ll,.. Pr.nc-M, Nsadir, ' i jo! i-..ii.iiud or aAcn.ked at ..!; Ft-!;, Dale.Aii tattd C..et-.,!'r, t'.l .-a t-.'vk..!., it-J w-r; ftbcrwiia ; j Luit, ILt :.' vn t.t j trar- , ,i ii fi ',-). in I 'i ii. i.r. -t t 1 Kettrsai -tn- ak-l.l vf C'bevsl-.er'a LtitUr-.M L.iatiial la 2'..7 L' I cro-il tie i-AgUu fbat-neS f;.ut Dub- j Ix, Ul. lilig U) ib-aX,; lei:.ti i. kfiir i tt.1 .,f J." ?...., .bAc m fnr Lot.r I Its l.-sil, Lt k....J,iAl ftoAl. Hull, Minun:i., kii t t. trui.fi th iut'.i.li w 'III,-, 'Jf.it 1-IA hrh be eiksiua L uiir l .-n -'iat),'l J-V"0'l i. it li : it ) ti-H ciru U ruan to He liV. .!. -i-A !.- .!,.. ma nil th.k im 1 tl L tmiif i latin rl) tiim-ot'U' 1, l.ut it i ! Ui i". viis t Ihu iui-t unit "u' i.m.K. At l. 'it ff 11 f--, t ! itbillfT fttto li.'V'iX IIJIC : . i . .11. ... ...!'... I' K' ' " '' '"B' "'" , t '' t, t!r; i.t j I'Ki-J It; lnwd h' it) -c I . . , - fi. tu fvi-tj jr t-f ii. Lit, s tli us fr.un i.o' s, i ft!', wi.t iui t; ir- nifi.U f4tiirli?J. no tuk iiuuic wtke us to ri: ac- M. Chv!ior has mudts lol bttllooii voveei, and may be jirei.ume.1 to have a uioduraluly t-'ood undfrstancluig of. the difUu'Uoa iiuhle t3 a royage acrohi j the Atlantic He deelaieti that lhao ! ,iiiri,-n!titi. ar Lot Deculiar to the At-' a hahlti tJ a ova"e wcrokt ' iiiiitio 1'iiift! except an it id one of ua-! i usual t U nt and d ilation. 1 hey imt- ruiiLre tbeuiht-lvca undi r two , u rally heiidtt, mi: L Maintainiu6' the- buoyancy of the balloon. II. Keeping to a direct course. The glint caiiwi of the diminution of the buoyancy of a bu'.luon, is the rittin; and falling iu the altitude of itscourue. In the case of the ordinary balloon, ev ery 11, ght above the average level cuhU an txpcnditure of both gas ami Lull.iht. The gaa ih lost by expivusiou and cou Betpieut overflowing from the mouth of the balloon, this Ions of gas then caus- 1 ta the balloon to sink below the course, which in tui u compels the tin owing out of ballast to bring it up 0'ain. The loss of gas in fluetuatioiiH, in a very Be riotm conttideiii'.ion in the case of ft balloon of the b.aW of that in which Prof. Chevalier in to make bis tnins Allautic trip. ''L'Espernnca." for that ih its, name, has a capacity for 30,(101 feet of gas. At the Light of 30,000 foet the atmospheric pre.8v.ire is, nay 1-lOlh less than at the surface of tin? earth, and the gas cot) -icq itntiy expand l-l()ih in volume t that elevation. If, every time Chevaliers balloon should rise 3,0' i0 feet it were to loso l-10th of its Culilei tn, eiplal to !)ti pounds HUgfairi inj.; power, it would not, be two days before 'Tr.-penue'e'' would sink into tbo sea never to liso ayitiu. 1K.W T11K 1111 AMI IiAll.AST M. BtVtn. Il is hern that Jl. Chevalier's owuiu veiitiuu, tin) "eoiiipeiinaloi'" bulloon, comes into play. Attache.! to the low er pai t of L'M'ipuraticti it a necoiid or reseivoir btiiloou, which is not iatlated at, the rartb, but, m ready to ratceivethu excess fif gas n Bulling from fxpftiiBiuii at high elevation, l'tof. Chevalier has also devised an iii'-e nioiiH rontrivanco to secure a rebound ot tne baiioon lrom I 1 ', i. ,1 . . I . W,u. I . . fl , I : .-w I 111.11 1 111-11, tl .IDA I .f llitse tl'ghU without any expenditure of b illant, which, of course, in most iiecioil.H oil a long ocean trip. Across the Loop, to winch isi fasteiif-1 the net ting that cover the balloon above nml the car below, he has extended a wind lass tuado of a hollow cylinder" A rope of siifiieit nt length ami strength is at tached to and wound upon lLi wind hiMH. At the lower extrcmiiy of the rope are f.iKteiied, at proper iiitel vals, a mi in ber of small water-proof canvass bagH, whoso mouths are kept open by small rings. Between these at slated distances am disposed a number of small conical floats.'which are intend ed to serve the purpose of supporting .the length of the rope when it reaches the sea by the depression of the bal loon. As the balloon descends the low er poitton of tl.e rope is gradually de posited upon the surface of the sea, re lieving the bsll'Miu of its Weight, until a sufbeietit quantity has thus been dis posed of to arrest the balloon's further dt scent. Suppose the balloon lo have parsed through rain sbotters or clouds Lighly charged with vapor during the night, and tLe ropes of the netting and otLtr parts of the apparatus become heavy with moietnie. Not less than 200 or 300 pounds weight is often added to a balloon iu this maimer, and if there j knotted conlnge which forms tho rig be no sun lo dry up the moisture the I ging of the silkeu ship. A life-raft has added we'ght brings the balloon to the j been presented L'Eh iterance which will t-urth. As soon, however, as the' rope be suspended beneath the car of the 1 from the car of L'Eaiperunce begins to j trail ou the nirfj'-e, the balloon t eam m ' to lull, and continues on lis w ay at an j watery tit menu ine oauoou is u.i ieei , iug wnn mm, ami, as ine weauter was j j.,,, a,,j gUi,l We paddled sileiit unvarying elevation until the sun or the j high, (13 feet in diitmeU-r and ha a ' extremely cold, the passengers soon re-! ( jt ju,0 (.u,(j miHtttt j. 1., ,i . . , lii. . I i . i l a ... : .-li.. . ii .. -i .... i -i ii J ' ' ' wina lakes lue uioikiuitf out ut tue r- jguig, wben bli is euauteil to regain ber i i i.ra.t..,!iA ftltllllit I tl kktt'lt. tlV. ' j i "'- - - 'i again the rope acrs as a check to a too j gtcat actnt Willi Ks attendant loss of j ,itt i. o utt v.-i. fca. i-j N, S .. ! (Vi, it I - .'i, i I ', l.l,! atili'hf i ill n't fif i . 1 ; u.J.e,l t..v i-;i.tit auj.n;- iiMut a.it.uist tl.e .i.tef ttiJi.-.a i f tl.e k m ! "!.!, ue fr; l.i.j 1 1 l..e ti' .e-sit..-i t.f the Uio-u..-1a. Pt.J I'Ufti'.ivr i t ..X-C-lt'tat tintt I t i!,-r.t of lb cou.jntjr Ai the roJ baiiasl Will Iail it l-4!iou& a L'-I'r-vt a nt, Uttr.ici-1 for the ,oc. ..:, e'. T-t'i ).-t cm t i? li.i'ntaitae 1 f-r a t rio.l -J f.r.t? !..-- r.'ii) k;.,ou.j Ciici.-r:)- iitt.et i j- -re it. vr.. tummy jiokxixh, now r;. l,:.t is iM-vr'-iiit, ( Tiic rh'h1 i'S tl rrat j r-.'- It ru . tl ot.uitL.ii i ', i k j' 1 tin - !' f-u iiw:l iuxum-. Ct" ji il. r IH M.'t t'T UV IlH ftriS 4 Vu lH.i III I ' I iu 1 ,!. 'ii uai-.t'U. Ia fact la! Le 1m !! t rxU ur i f ,r tj.i c.ij.Hi,. ii .! (is an n it kl;ji, ari l I it in hi i fr j u ! j : : i t ut for tl f ( Si'il -1 : 1 1 It -7 lil''! V;t..JU. A I I. ;i. .);;, 1 e R ; i S, K i.r -l'iia n l; u .. , t .. i i l!j w r.ot iui a i J li t i fioiai , tbti umkhu-j."-; l.-r h f'l.'v .1 K;,i-f..,v, l u toe a. Ha! mhLh., i.o Mir-i quit k reward, aa ei.kblcJ to kettle up-1 The in... nil. - came, ami Martiu, w.tlil AUuu,n ' .i or Ue. A bia.'.ooa, kays fu., lVof..r, a ' on bfr i.hm and pve 170 a jcar! bin student, look rotnna at tint hotel in I 'ha..oK' all ktmia of ti'Owry, b..ie, ai.bvfMi immeiM,! in n fl lid bv wbokti t-i.-ry current it U holj hly c..r- tied to timl fro; thejelh fii-h tuakea fee- bit? t'ffot ta to ihrcct it own comm. with ' about a in ecu sticeet? natboM of a ual-1 about a inucU sticeet? itatnosM or a ual-1 loon. How, then, t M Chevalier to I know whin be nwcntla fioui Iviid-1 ... mauu'u Park next July, whether bo in ..i about to crosn tbo Atlantic ocenn or tl.e t lWifur ? The answer i, that tlmngli j Chevalier tlovs uot believe iu balloons, he does believe iu currents. In every ascent during his long career, be wtjs, " he found ou reaching an altitude any where between 3,000 and 10,'HlO feet that the wind was invariably from the west or lather from the northwest, however way the win. I was blowing near the ground; iu each of his 1G5 as A.ut8 bo found a northwest current in the upper atmosphere. Chevalier be lieves this current to be u discovery of his own, ami it is for the giory of es tablishing bis theory, rather than of sailing three or four thousand miles ov- er the water, (which he regmds quite an every day affair) that he undertakes his bulloon voyage from North Ameri ca to Europe. TUE GUIDE HOPE He will bo greatly assisted in deter mining the actual course which bis bal loon may bo at any time pursuing by the rope suspended from the car, de scribed us above. As the rope, when touching tne wutcr, w-ill always drag in the renr, it will onlv be newssnrv to ob serve iis direct ion by the 'roinpuss, ur.d j that of the balloon itself is at once in- j i dicated. Another equally important 1 determination which tha giiitbr rope j will ufford, and which will nut l o nt-j tamable by any other meuns.wili be the j diftUnce at which the baiSnoii i from i tin; immediate Rio face of the earth at' any time v,hen ttie view is obstructed by eioudo, f",'-', o." darkness, 'lho ba- j ronif lei' alVords information only t'.s to i t tio bight above the menu level of the i sea, and without the warning given by j the guide rope, the balloon might nt J any time, when sailing too low, be dnsh-1 ed nailiKt mountainous waves; find, I owing to the velocity with -which it j would bo moving on the wings of aj storm, such a soock wotud bo fata!. riN.tr. wtHwruTioNs run the vova'iu. Jlons. Chevalier mity be seen utmost I any morning quietly nt work putting 1 the aiiu'shing touches on bis balloon at i Laiidm.'tiiu's Palk. lie is a quiet, nil- j obtrusive, yet prepossessing young man of 153 years, of daik ccmph xiou with black hair and musta.-lie. Ho has a large and kindly black eye, and a coun tenance that impi esses ono that its own er is a stranger to physical fear. He converses uud writes in excellent En glish, and French, German and Rus sian as well. He is very communica tive and eutcrtaiuiug in elucidating his plans and theories. He has uot yet de terminodns to how many and what companions he will take along with him ou bis voyage. Tha applications for passage on the rare but perilous jour ney have been pouring iu upon him by hundreds. Au opportunity to try the accommodations of the ship will tie giv en these aspiring candidates for aero nautic fame dining the several prelimi nary ascents at tha end of a rope which will be made at Landmann's Park next week. The fiual varnishing of the bal loon bos just been completed, the valve was being adjusted yesterday, and the Professor is busy with the maze of balloon in readiness for use should the aeronaut find it desirable to take to the uuoyaney capaoie ot su.'Jiaiuiug eigutr tons. A. 1. irifiuw i J .i..VAJ WiHI. to ... t ... a , . . . . , v ;;ii tliert- tillu'l, ill.l. et- wat furtii.- 'ib' t-'jo to 1.. r or; tin rov.-r-.'l or.'? in a d.-mc whoiii l.e mad'' :, . ,f. Ete Mai ia Vt :'g' 1 r ft, -in T.t i.ita, wiii ii ! V...l.:t:. ,'. !,. r c-l;,e t . . .. ' , j m'-t Mitbti tiie Hu-H-a-j.td.ility i:-t,ift...r, i-!.e w,t f, .l by th t-f-A. ,i of A isii ill Here -li.; lv: ti It lilll I ." a- - u fv!low t.-nv. J. r f ,r a yi, u.j f UK,.er- . . . ...I........ i . t-'U-v-i in B, e a.nre. sr. 4 t.ik'n i.v , i at Si. Jmi.cs. Tie t to. tte t,.t,.,UWt"l Md p.t.tf f' ""i L r fJiAt ttppistrti. -t- ou l.-.t- - -; t;.e i iL-'n.ijia t pcia. licr btuiy , j-o-icty .h:v.: i. il!) i .- i-ij -r,-,' u' c(.r..i:.i lat'rffur t'i tb. a.'ui: -il..,:) .U 1 l.r f.!..! t,- tv. Ti (j-, t.'f !.f I -t 1 1-.,.: 1 1, tYmn e f r.:;r; ji..' :u snT--,!,i r mo j (Cif-t, it. ! ii.'.iu''it t'f vjie Q urto: !v ; ien , ttv k r t ir.f ith Li f , i.i1 ; ill tlo hal lt of Mtlrn l.n LiT to ),C , l!.rtre, !i'l ititig nt the kil. wic;i ! t..throwa.hawlt.'rbrr a kb b-lt faJ-H't in tuamo b-aininj, Kate bin.,.!! w wm tit.iii ti.ry art iH.. When kbc m triie.l Oanit-i j... kt;;t, .Irt-HUiH. iu wbi.-l, he wa. knock-! " " ' ! B " i"inn im . 174!, kbr rree.,1 f,m tbi. fc..b!e wg ami juikbiiMf hi way Xlwngl. tLe I'1"""" t!i l'"!"'' ' .1 on., a Jtiwrt of i.:,,(HKi; ;.l her lr.m- Un.l. wLom.' Quills 1m l tact .th a f r lin money. The (omit ess of linr-; liiif?t.n, look.n- higher for lirr chargf, i I'luced at firt every ubatnne in I'm way oi (.tanick suit, ami ne was in numi- ..l.i .i niieuct) olili-'etl to lw 'nme UtinseH a j (ueue) oou-e.i to uptime uiinseu a woman ill oi der to conrry a letter to hi sweet heart. He, however, had won ber he:ti t, and she nnolntely closed herjiomeruud bo waa indeed a man ... ...I.. . .il .. .. ... . even to ail more uriiunni )?rotpoci8, anu . t.wik him for ber buisbttiid. There never was no tiliMttuI a mar riage. Their whole married life wan one honeymoon, (btniek was in every respect adapted to make a woman hap py; and his wife, according to univers al testimony, was the most lovable of ber sex. Wilkes, the demagogue au experienced judge of women called her the first, and Churchill, thn satir ist, the most agreeable woman in Eng land. Hlerne, iu 1752, on seeing her in a crowd of beauties iu the gardons of the Tuiliries, said she could annihilate Ibeiu all iu a single turn. Hume, lieati marehais, Gibbon, AValpolo, Foote, ond all her famous coteiuoraries testified to her beauty, amiability, wit, soundness of understanding, social graces, and do mestic virtues. Her husband called her the be-it of women and wives, and thus recorded her charms iu verse: liktixliing IllklUlef, Vol 1 of Al t A t-lii . i t til, ti i nt. hi t t . .. Sli.K I"'"1'' i )1, ittu.v tli n t iliAliim til uillihe (;)5', An i tiuuiblti n mi ul p.. mi, uml in'. During their married life of twonty- fcight, j ears they never were a whole day apart. His friends says the Qoarter'y lie view, were hers; where he went she went, and by tbo grace of her prcaer.ee niadn him doubly welcome. I he faUhtt litiljlc 6i air c.-i.)i.i tit Jans were only restrained from throwing themselves ut linr feet by the till.lHUiil rpectucle to them of. a loving husband, vbt.su looks were constantly saying to bis wife, I love yen. Her portrait was painted by Ho gaith. It'pt-psenls, says the reviewer, describing from sight, Garrick in the net of composition, his eyes rant in thought, ami wife stealing behind him j and about to snatch the pen from bis upraised baud. IIo is in the act of wri-j J ting his prologue to Footc's farce of i Taste. This supplies the date, Taste I appeared in 1752, jr.st two. ye.tra sifter I their niurriage. The picture is the po- etry of portraiture. The character as I well us tlm lim.a-n -n!s of both j aro there, and it needs no si retch of fancy to imagine Garrick on the point of illustrating the virtuoso's passion for the, antique by the lino "Hih V. otttj 'mi-t bo iil'l, ami want a niwc," when h-.s levcrie is broken by tlm sati cy challenge of as pretty a mouth and sweet a pair of eyes as ever made it husband's heart happy. David Garrick tie I in 1779, and for thiity ears his w ife would not allow the room toboapei el in vthch her hus band's dtalb hud taken plate. lit never wns a bm bund to me, she ;ui l,ilnr,iig the thirty years of our marriage ho was al ways my lover. She continued to cher ish his memory with ceaseless devotion during the forty-three yeuis that she survived him. At the ago of ninety eight she was found dead in her chair, having lived iu the full possesssion of her faculties to the last. .f V00 srr i-- L.i-rhKn It is probable that every lawyer of any note has heurd of the celebrated Luther Martin, of Maryland. His great effort in tho raso of Aaron Burr, as well as bis display iu the Senate of the Unite 1 States, will never be forgotten. Tritius iu tho history of genius are important, us we htqw to show in the story. Mr. Martin was on hit way to Annap olis, to attend the Supreme Court of the State. A solitary passenger was in tho aorieu to c4uvernaiiou to tovert iitciu - aeivea irom w mueu kenkiooaj to ir-clement weather. TL. joung man i a . i : I . I i . . t. . ktic-t Martin by ..ght, and us he watt' also a lawyer, the tti read of talk soon Iwg.in to i-piii itself out of legsl matters Sir. Jltrtin,' attid the touitg mau, '1 : am hwt entered on mv carewr a a law- yer; tan yout.-U me u,c tu-iut of yourj grt kt kiicti- t If, nr. yt w.JI give me; front your txpritnce tan k'y to dia-tui'-tioa at lie ber, 1 will' . "Will what '' i xcittwued Jlartui. 'Why, sir I will p-ty your exjieawtt whde yaa are ia Ainajoli.' "Djm. h'-octl t vnar bargtin n iw, kwret of E.y succt'it aii a lawyer.' The otttig maw num-.t-.tm-L Vert wt-ll,' Ht.d Sir. Martin, 'the', ,r t.t , ,. ., ,t ' . - fouud our uet r tiwi 1 (Jii'U tu. t ugii toe , ltt ,M s.axim, which I lad tbwn t-ariy to gui.it, l.io. Uili.:l- ltj"'l cannot b.l Ut sU'.ff L It i t waya U suxe of jou tvJcLce. j voi.r.Mi: ix. i i J I i.t i. t. t SlM'l.lv- kl. , iui . vi ' t I ii . t . t ' . i i ' u i 'I J -J. v.' J .I ti .. ... I 'il, : . i. .' I '"tillfl h!l f; ,v !.! IjiJii. J. t!'f HI)- I wi;h ti. ti r.n i)r .-!. (J 'A in . i ;,r .-f j..ir t wJ'.ix-v ' j Il as l. r-4 itihl f ir n ta n j: j t I f 1,1.1 .!.' I -l-,-uii:it iv uut tf tiie oi.l j ut.u uJ.'iii, ,tml so tl. iioiutAiii'j wor.U, 'Alwaia U .me el jour wi-i Llrn. - e.' 1 tLo city. TLo unlv t liinj? tecuiiar to the buU-l in the ryes of the ymiiiman wiiai jtl,ttt tLo wine bottiea and ihu feteras ff iiu nUf living MttucU to iccall vivi.liy tin' iimsun itliut lint euJencett. watchi'tl, especially in tlm latter, was immensely fond of the lifter supper after everything luuiry of wine. A few days were stillieieut to show the iueipi telit legalist that he would have to pay dearly for his knowledge, as Mr. Martin seemed icso'vcd to mako the most of his part of the contract. Lawyeia whether young or old have legal rights, and so the young mau be gins to think of the study of self pro tection. It was certainly a s, ileum duty common to animals and men, it was a noble instinct not to bo disobeyed, particuiar.y wtieretiie hotel lulls ot a lawyer were concerned. The subject daily grew on the young mau. It was all absorbing to tbo mind and pocket. A week elapsed; Mr. Martin was ready to return to Baltimore. So was the young man, but uot in tho same stage with his illustrious teacher. Mr. Mar tin approached tho counter in tho bur room. The young man was an anxious spectator near him. 'Mr. Clerk,' said Mr. Martin, 'my friend Mr. JI will setlie mv bill, agreeably to the engagement.' The young man said nothing but he looked everything. 'lie will attend lo it, .Mi-, i-ieik, :is we have already ha 1 a di'tiuile tiiider- stitli ling oil the subject. Ho is pledged professionally pledged, to pay my bill,' he biirieiUy lepeated. 'Where is your evidence '!' asked tht young man. 'fcri luelice !' sneered Mr. Mai tin. 'Yes, sir,' said the young man de murely. 'Always bo sine of your evi- de nee, Mr. Mai tin. Can you prove the bargain V Jli'.aiilal'tin saw tho snare and pulltd out his pocket book and paid the hill, and with great good humor said to the young man : 'You will tlo, sir, und get throu jli the world with your profession without any advice from mo.' AU.I.V A.SB1-S ro.vt. i.iuM. i'. 1-ij.t .vu.r- Wo are to-night on classic grontid TSo bark shanty we will occupy was built lor a "chosen bund," whose mum s aro as household words the world over. Here Emerson first conceived those thoughts and ideas to which he gave such sweet expression in his poem, "The Adiromlaes ;' here where tho 'wood-god murmured through the leaves; welcome though lute, unknown, yet known to me." Here the learned and scientific Agas sh caught "bugs," and all uniniicr of creeping things native to the region, mi l astonished the guides by bin thorough and intimate acquaintance with all the "tenants of tho wood." Here tho "Au tocrat', kept the little circle around the spruce topped table delighted with bis ever Uilhantaiid witty conversation, as be has often done in other circles when the "festive board" was of mahogany and the service chkia and silver instead of birchen bark. Hure 'Howea Biglow' climbed a lofty tree, for the purpose of observing closely a fish hawk's neat. Here this party of "scholars, wonted to Lo soft and wann," camped iu the 'mel low autumn time,"uud, let ua hope, re newt d their 'lease of life for we can il ly afford to lose men of audi broad views and liberal sent, meets. lacuting the noisy camp, witu our s .f jF ft rj hio11,, j,, t.m, a tet,r or otiiel , fcU,l civ,uur truck; M.1 wrap- , - b:k,:K we coated down aUiiu nduio th. sk.fi --- a r-. , . , . . I - . 1 . . j aioi.g wituoui a sotiU'i, auvj scarn ly a rippe. ktiiinc t, th evr lAt.tion t.f tl.e . 1. . it wa t i Iui ivn in it eTtets. kttd we ( . . , ijarean,. when j toe sjary "apang i,f tLo r,ne and tite ituai.d of snirm unittnl ibnsitli rmg oo abote aioti...l lis, What ut it; it tJetrJ 'iii 1 yon L,t bun '!" welt thu 'j I' -V..oi-' t v i'...J;y asked, and evilly an --.vet e l l y i ti.o I at.kwoo-i.-.Ui ''Gu-ss I di I, bet !., tiitne fttaf way; snd tb:r that a.ii t J , . :, ,,, t " t r,,i ,i Ion-.' afur beii.g b"t at." An 1, as the boat i.t'i-,1 i.ii tiii- o.i.!v a', -.re Vk u sLou'Ji r. 1 'We Lai bettor strip tb-J critter right j LelC; v..- don't wsi.t tje titnatd layn,' 1 rcuiiJ ciu,p," bi.i W., roUir.;; up lis' Ki'i'iiiK J. .v. 'iiiit of luime ojw- m V no iiiU'Utiou to tli g-iKhl mas - n, a kuicii in wuip iom nint1, in r- -rnrl t.i Hi kowing tf grain n,l I'Unt- t ,i.... ... .tij; oi ki iu .tK-r ViUto. t-t?, nticovrri-i Jrtn ttto rin iil uu. More iiioiii t in l.wt tliii wr thn tuont j.roj'!ti trc Ut Tc!i('V., JYnirtting Lroki'h imltniijN to t m UW,,,M ptHi tu m aay u.g that "Mne l uiotiey." ri.nt'k wo j. Alloa ing your fences to remain nnre- pitired until ktrane cattle aiw either found grating m the meadow or grain fields, or bruiNiiig the fruit trees. lVkUilii'ting the principle of rotation of crops, lcfoie making an experiment. Planting fruit tree with the evptactit tiou of bating fruit, without giving the tics more than half the altentiou re quired to make them profitable. Practicing economy by depriving stork of proper sheltur timing the win ter, and giving them uusoutid food, such as half rotlou and jnouldy hay and fodder. Keeping an iimtimorable trilie of ml on the premises and two or three lazy dogs that cat more in a month tlian they are worth iu a life-time. And lastly, he lose by not reading the advertisements of thowe who pt roni.e the priuler, they being invaria bly the most enterprising and liberal bouses to deal with when be goo to town. A Mammoth Cavk in Navuna. A Ne vada letter gives the following descrip tion of a cave w hich, in many respects, bids fuir to rival the great Mammoth Cave of Kentucky; ) hate a rival of Keutucky'a great natural wonder, the Mammoth Cave of Nevada. This cure is eituated in a spur of the Buckskin or White Moan tain I lunge, and about 20 miles this of Patterson, or 50 miles from Treasure City. The entrance is on the south bide of ftu isolated butte, or hiaceacbo, mid near its bate. Tho opouing is so lo'.v that, a uiita niDst sloop to cuter it, but 2 Meet in tho vault in the lime stone it widens rapidly. Turn toward ihe cast, and you pius through cham ber after chamber of immense "propor tions, some of them of much vast bight that the light of torches fail to show uny sign of a roof, Mr, Murphy, with a party, peneliuted 5,000 feet from tho entrance-- nearly a mile ami1 found no end. Ibey saw many chanibao-s in which immense tongues of limostono hu: g from the roof, in places almo t touching tho Hour, and in others sta Indites and stalagmites nbouhtled, as ill the Mammoth Cave of Kentucky. They found tun-t s of burnt sage brush, show ing that the Indians bad been lis far as they went; und the guih less son of the soil told them they bad W't)etrat etl five tiay's journey into the cavern, found a lake full of fish, and yet saw no end to the succession of lofty cham bers stretching out before tLem, lo 1 was ulways a very poor Judian and giv en to lyiug. Mr. Murphy's party, got out of material for torches, lost their way and were glad enongh (o gropo their way baak as best they might, ttot caring to make a second attempt to fathom the mysteries deep hidden in the bosom of the mountain. A hotel is to be built (here, and it ia is thought that the Care will in tint a become a great place of resort. The way to get along in the world is to make every step one that is ahead, aud each lo follow its predecessor. Full fifty per cent of tha effort of the world is absolutely wasted in indirect, diS'iina indefinite labors. Young men start csi iu bfo without purpose or point, ousting a thought neither on their fitness nor unfitness for a particular calling; now doing this thing, then that, arid after that nothing; one day going on, anoth er on the right (which ia wrong) or left the next backward, a id then Hut going at nil, which is ts-thaps a bad an tho whole combined. Tint light line in hfu is tin. mm which leal sti eight ahwad. This klmokl always secures sui-ees. There in all ti-kciivengei iu li.toU who drives Lis span ou tl.e Biihton road afternoons, gathers bis hvi,.e',d ou State street forenoons, and live in a swell front palace at Soitin End. He d.d n.t thkbtiu an unsavory c.a.!u,jf, p-jAJn.'d ami mad'; it tsy, and femsttikd on the pine seat until he t midnfl nd to bft biinwdf over t .i L'tir tu.d p.!' V VtU-, early, sfep often, but nbo-.e ail, s'.eo ri;jitt ai.t i f. A PfaOVta'a' PU1. Pa''hiltd Hi A ti it- i to ri'bi t' iii'J fro-':) cl.iit'ch iu a ciut .-i;;':, '1 Li t g ve "f. !,'..! t i ' i.-e of Lif ITO-li.bl r tat !it, b'J Vttt.l iTyf.tr us to baml in B;i.ft!; the l)fi'4W f.f. r- ;-,s'' u.g "lbe pr,iT.rtS of this tjot.fr. itton for in.- priktor v bo j il.!iug to pn t't in the b-tb -dr.'bj.g ia bincamiig:", n''t rol.t. i.t lilt: bis D.ut.e M t. r to ri l'i npiiti un as." It was not t:.'! Mr. If .11 ha I read the papMr, and o!t-red the nt tisiaii'iU crkii'-si, tbat be too'tt-.oil it riiiK.it; liu-n laying it tlu(., ktaid ; ' 1; i tne, Li.t'.. iu, I ridu in n,y W' I,tg". but if the atitbor of tb. Ui.!.m will a;5-t ar at the d'tor at th eof,t'?:i a.o.'j ...f the services, sit l bi d itttd bii.'-l'-d I Vl'l 11 J Bar btakt IrO raa h.lit laOUe.