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m v r -.t i n IP' -'in - ' ,pf- r I'VT iSlKSi . JtJS J2r tfe SON lJulblishers Independent in nil things. 1 " " 82in A:d Vance" " r . f -. - .-,. iXJktl I. J L.j- L-.-- t I ...... !7"T, ' '' .i-"e .i.iJL.-i-Ji -ti.-Ml ASHTABULA, OHIOSATURDAY,' MARCH 22, 1873. VOtmiE XXtV-N0; l2. Mil l I 'M It .fHRXI OJB aVBSCHItTIONt .. - .Two Dollar! ridr rtrfm puld utrlctly IB advsnn. Clergymen wbl W itfdlUi(f,IH th.tfaytr, Wr H jean AdvkhtimXu HATMl Twelve line or less lf Ktjnrtfrll make a square. Ono square i week$ I 1 Week. Till I wosqnaresumoB.a D no nes ipsa was. i I woiqnwMit mos. .n ou ;ioii ' Twos. .-Mlyr, UOO Vk aii i J IM.ii-soArne .Mt i no On mhAra H DliHIl Onnai0a..al.r 0(1 LJF.i1Urailatal 1 yrti Onuiiimrbl yr,. R (XI I nairooinmii 1 jrear, SB 00 HiialneaaCarda nntorordvellnea per rear fH 00 Obltnarj Nntlcen notof Brnnral lnterpt balrrMea. LOobI Kdtltda Ton Oentrf a lino Mr tilth Innurtlon. ft It iw " j ' . .. JOB PrtlNTlNO ' dr arery deaorlpiiTili 8 Hi-Mrtcrt tti rth Mil, Sh9 ddtib Ih I mot lalnfiil manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. WEHCitlAKfS., Bltrnnennua Coal.comerCentraaiid HMiroan mreew, Aantahitla.. I.-mtwr In ear lota, at OIreland nriwMU Com! fanrtahad brcar r ton, la prepared to "hip Lnmbar by tha A. Hi P od. ' ' " lma'y f VLKIl 3ABI.il. T)ilef 1n Kaiiey MA 8Unle Dry Oooda, Tamlly Grocerlea, and Crockery. Hootli Btore, Clarendon Block, Aehtahula, Ohio. 10)15. K. H. CILKRV. Pealet In Dryflooda, .Orocorioe Crockery.and iai-waeaj ne: Hon), Main three AahUbula, ext door north or rieic a, Ohio.' 3. m rA;i.nNKH Sc SON. Dealera In Oro- eerlee, Prdvietona Flour, Feed, Forelini and Domea-, tie Fralta. gait. Flrh. PlatiT, WaterJ.lme. Beads, atdrt Mala atraei. Aalltabiila, Oliloi ' XT. BBBHKAD, Healer In F!onr, Po;V, IMma, Lard, and all kinds of Fish, Also, all kinds T Fami ly Orocerlea, Fruits and Confectionery. Ale and Do Jm aailcWInee. I " " 104. J, r. HOBFBTSON at SON, Dealera In Tery ilesertnilnn or Hoots, nnoas. nam aim v- ' on band a stock of choice Family Orocetiea, Main street, corner of Centre. Ashtabula, Ohio. i uv nl rn4. nurlntrand Main ata.. i. v n min t v , Aahvihalav Oblft. 'ttualera m wruooue, aocBnea, Crockery. Ac., Ac 10(18. B. B. WRI.I.H. Main Street. Aanttbula, O., Grocer. Pradooni and Commission mercnani ior mo pureu mA Ml. nf Western Keaerrai iwner.'vnscpo mi Priad Fruits : also dealer In choice Sroeertea and Provision, Floor, preserrao Meats ana rruiis, coin - fureljn and domestic ; Bait, Seeds, tad Groceries of every description. ' 1 If. I.. ITIORBISOIV, Dealar In Dry-Gooda. Oro ceries. Boots and Shoes. Hats, Caps. Hardware, Croefcervt Books. Palnta, Oils Ac.. Ashtabula O. gun. LIVEItY. STABLES. WtLLt. MWJW Arl, proprietor of Livery B'bU Now Hiwses. Crrlatjes. Robes Ae. Horses kept by the day or week. ' Omnibus to and from al. trains.- Stable apposite risk lions Ashtabula. O. 1103 PHYSICIANS. HEKRT P. PRtCkKB,!!. ., residence on Ciharch Street. North of the South Park. Olflco In Bmtth's New Block, opposite the Flsk HottsO. HOT ngr R. I,. KINO, fhyslclan and Burgeon, office over lien A ttlniTs sloro,relld4eiloet St. rater's Ohurcb. Mfmlar-0- ;1MH MO)! Ac .n fcrlteT llomreopithld Phvslriana' and eiirrana.-Onlce aaineas formerly. No. I Main Btravt, Aslitsbala, Ohio. Ottlce hottrs from 1 to 9 A. M I 1 to 1 P, .U.aud evening. Hay be found at the 0enat Maht. . ').. i ..... r 1137 DR. BAffiKS, would Inform till friends, and the nui'.lc irejwrally that he may be found at Ills residence ecParfc .Street ready to attend to all proresslonai eallsi itiurce npura, nora u vq a r n. Mit t. iHrt" '. ' . '.. i . . , iwn HOTELS THOMPSON IIOITSK, Jeffen, 0Wr t36oA Mv.ry tFvn Free Buss to and from the cars. I'm ri'K1rtOlSK,-Astitauula,Ohlo1 A. Field, Proprl e o. .-An Omnibus running to aud from every train of c ire. Also, a good Uvury-atable -kept In connection wltb ( title house,, to, couvey paaeengera to any polan. i..., lw ASllTABUIsA HO IS R-A. J. Smith. Propria- tor Main: 8L AshtubilU, Ohio. Largo Public Hull good LI very, aod umnions toanu iroin tneaepoi. 1018 Mu ',r',';CABINET; WAKE. John DUcno, M I'ltriitl'nHn nt rlin hi.al I Msiinrsdtarer of, ana neater in t descriptions, and every vhNrjty. Also Ueneral Undertaker. And Mannfarturur ofCOfnns to order. . Main street, Nortlioi South l'tlbllc Sqiiafe, AskniDarai 401 Jr. a,' ttmCHi Mannlaotnrer and DoateKln Flrsf uiaaa lursiiruv.. Also, ueuerai uuueruinvi.! iiiw .lvu.s at .: DENTISTS. Pv ft. H Alili, Dentist AshUbliM.O. Onice CffTW Center street, between Main and Pork. 1048 wC W. NEE.SON Dentist, Ashtabula, O.. 9tr9 .visita Counenut, Wednesday and Thursday each week.' ' ' 110 V. T. WlLLArK, . D.N.KIu wsvuie, o.s pre tie. profession. oared to at&utid toallopwratHiB In h lie makes a speciality of "Oral Surgery" and saving theataralmetM ': ' '. , tlOU " i-i.'.rilOTOGnArHEns, ... i FHaiD. iVi BLAKKtlliE, Photographer an dealer ia Hoi ores, Kncravltif Chromos, Ac. having a barge tnpplyof Mouldings ef various desnrlpliona. prepared to frame any Hung 4 11 the pictnre line, ' short hetlcs abd In Nib beH sty rc. Rcctind Soot of the Hall store, lnd door Bomhof Bank Matia street. 1094 1" A' AftNESS MAKER. ' ; '"; ' H. TriLI-IAlTISON, Haddier and lurpesa sker. opposite Flsk Block, Main street, Ashtabula, ma on hand., and makeaio order. In tno hest manne..eventhlu( la hta line. 10UA P. C POBD, Msnutaciurer and Dealer Jd Saddles, ft ., rt.Urti. j:ollar "trutikt V nlcs j A. opivo, tie Rik House. Ashtabula. Ohio. 1016 iiEWEtliRST.-iV.io BftOtW. DtCKtNaON, Jeweler. Repairing all kinds' of Wathcea, Clocds and Jewelry, Btore Aehlshale Hoase Mock, Ashtabula, Ohio. JAHES K STKBBINS. Dealer lu Watches. Clock, Jewetty, Bityer sad Hated, Ware- -Ac pairing of at! liuids Sobim11, and aUbrdesprUmit lyatteuded to. Main Street. Ashtabula O. I11H6 t, li ABBOTT. Dealer In. Ckx-ka, Watrhrs, Jewel tfy, eta. UngmvingY Mending aud ltepairing dono orc . Sana op JUUl mjreet-t.ujiuaaBsryBB). .it.s 1 MANUyACTUREItS;' - ; TRBETltB) HlDIN3S ATM., '.tobbers BnlldeN, ato niaitufiKiiirers of poors. Hash, B'lnds, 8loiBiFIerttiK, aiid Bulldera' Materials generally. Especial aitentloa lveu Jo Uuued Windows, Ucrull U....l.lln. Jft. a A"aiHiil(iiKlC.i.V -A.O.vtllDrllNaB. ... jTAKNAPP- a.tl til-taV, MaaafacJurerV'l UuS, 'Hklllg,! Aftuidiaa,ACtisa Boiir Aor Vlsiitim', Matching,' .. ..ufi ftBWiniy rinna us the aliortcst notice. Stop on Mais ttraett opposite, Ike Vpnur . Park, VKMNCll AVKIBUiN.t .mihctcrersttelera .llkTiHBi ai t.satfecr b dtmand hi ill sniatkut oil i PboMiTs Foundety. Ashtabula. H" ATTORJf EYat AND A GIANTS. SKBBfvIAN, HAIiL, ")HERTIIN, Alton aeya and Couaeeiora at L aw, Ashtabula, Ohio, practice lu the Court of Aalttahula, Ukeand Geauga., Lisas B'. BuauMas; 1 '' " ' Taaouoaa Hall. .f 3 SYT. .J, WBRBRMAHl 1048 ISWAHD Ks rTCH, Attorney Hd Counsellor; . Ko. Pslillrr Avuiabula. Ohio: Special teatiwa given to the Settlement of Bstatea.and to , veyanelug And Cullamltig.. Also to all matteraarlslng 1.1 ikj u..faHiiii Ui.. 1048 f Ihel. Vnd g"4 i. o. 17- tbe Has lea. O Wtitt a K'lvniltlln'a'lse hmrai) phm , fiaLe rt.n of ar.rtiy ,.vVolbrwa., Mala float. Jpp.wivNeliei vii.iiAi.AM'UHp. Oblo.-sSl I . -Jl t ii f W'J-'U H KM fSAflWBTTs Agem H.ai.ei-unni-e y, StBtBW uelit. jsatn lus-i, fStirotti, Over kArrlMn A TicsHs'ir1 sleteAsi.tirottMi, CHAHl f'1 ttO Law, AarflabuH., r. Bias nsi.c . m. m Tlo-vVlow'reTlnor lrdwareOIs- WaM., Lamps and Lamp-Trimmings, retroieuu, Oppoalla Uie Flsk House, Aaniaouta. Flsk House, Aaniaouia. Al i&..a, full atotk on rttpts, , vanMsno.. Brushes, Ae.tyV - 3BOHB OnUtlBHA lsMq, aieel and Nails, Bio tioppar and Zind. snrl n I) BB A B D, Dealer tn Hardware, uvea. nn nam. nnw. Pjkar and cine, ariri mannracrarar w. im m a f . tt J k fjJs.ia and Wtnaelliw At la NoUrv.PtolW.!'ljiaV' Mstale A 1 h t' druggists. millTIV NRWRUHUV. UrnntlMtlUl Plth cbjv. and tfenural doalur In limits. Medicines, W lne run. " " tnd ,u ..f.iw.p. ft.. Mini hnlRmlk. aUTV BllO ,Ulltl Goods, Alain street, cofner of (lentte, Ashtabula. CIIARLK4 K. nWItrT, Ashtabula, Ohio, Dealer inllriiga and Medlclnea, Groceries. Perfumery Rail fenny Artihlea, MHW.l"i vunwi, i5it, Torlng Kxtraola, l'atont MndlcliMM or evori ' OrWi- Turing ujirauis, . " C . u U.n,alnt..lyes . V;'" 5'uirf' ?' IIlr Rostoratlvee, Hair Oils, Ac, all i f whkh Hair be ao Will old at tile lowul srlcaa, . f reacrlpllona prepared Ith ulliahie tHo. jiwn. GEDHHIS Wll,I.lil, T)ealcr n DrT-Ooodn, Wrocerlen. linie, p. iwkiip, diiih.b. r.iraery. ' Ware. Ataa, iwhuleaifl and retail dual-. IN Hard wro. 8aiialrt, Nalla. Iron, Sfpel, Uriiff". Medielnna, Valnta, Ulla, Dyoetnni, Ac, Muln at. A.Hlabuta. 1((W. FOUNDTIIESJ- RVlTIOtJll, KPFKIHY ic rO. Mannrac- Ilirere iriovei, riowB,ann i.oniirnp, iimowt hiiu Hilla. Mill Cartlne, Kettle., Hlnka, Hlelgh Bhoee. Ac, f hoenlx Foundry, Ashtabula. Ohio. 1001 BANKS, , !- ! T ASHTABULA NATlOrjAli IjAJlK, Aahta- ftlia, tllllo. rABTT, rre v. . num. i.i i n, lnnblcr. Adthoflked Capital, )0.0M). Canh Capital n.l.l In klnfl Kill II. FABfETt. J. B. Crobt. 0. E. SHUCK. H .1. NHTTI.Tol,B.j'1tl.Uf. W. HtUPBRRT, K. O. WkNa, CitaBXaa WfHHB,- P. P. Ouf. tlr clota. .1- J.X V C! J. 1M J Tim AfiiixABt'LA I.OA1K ASSOCIATION CAPITAL tllio.duu oftlte MftlU Street, next duor aoatnolriak noae aoea and ..!) Korelon and F.antern Kirhanie. Gold. fi.w.n.i Kiwiwa Kmupn HHicr. and all klnda of U. . gecarltlce. tfOltcclione prompny aiiennea iu ana rcmiiMHi lor vo day ot payment, at current rates 01 ezcuango. Interest allowed on time deposits. DlRficTofi9, F.SIillmsn, Geo. C. Hubbard, trenfo Tyler, 4. O. ouepani, n. " . iiaiaen, u, u. pniiiFi. 8. H. Filrrlnirton. . . 1111 F. BILLIMAN, Prut. A. A. SOUTHWICK. Cathitr. CLOTHIEUS. 4trVAllD. PIEHCR Dealers In Clothing, Hata Caps, anddenta FnrntslrtnKooiB,nMaonia.. mi W1I1B a:, 8lLL Wholwle and Ratal Dealers in Ri tdy Made Clothlbs, FurhlcMbK Goods Hats. vt. e.i Asntaimia' MISCELLANEOUS, ,rt.- W fS. IIUlllI-nUKiK) llvil.Tr ill "liri uimc. Stucco. Land Plaster. W hi to Lime, Real Estate, and Loan Agent. Ashtabula Depot.' a i.) 4 l EDGAR HALL) Fire and Life Insurance Inrl Real ., Jvntate Agent.' Also, notary ruouc ann conveyancer. omce over snerman ana turn e iw unite, Asnuioa- la, Oulo. im nRiitn RIVKH INSTITIJTh. at Atlsllnblire. Ashiuhii a (Jo., tinio. j. 'i untermsn. a. m.t i-nnct- pil. Bprlng Term begins Tuesday Mnrth loth. Bend ' for Catalogue. 1143tf J. B W lTBOrS, Painter. lOlaaler, -snd Pape Hanger. All work done with neatness ana aespaicu. 1IUU L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION. From and after January Sth. 1878, Pasn nger Trains will run a tolloW sl ooiko Wks't. eoiaa bast. No. 7.No.l. Dlst. I e-ATIOKS. Nx No. i p X I : I an ' 4.1 . ss Ori 8 l a a? g 4S b 4 04 . 4 W 4 87 x4 h V It a a 7 00. w t 30 1 2H T 84 1 6S if; n'rJl altaV. a.'--A it 40 8tl 4 84 INS 6 i 46 8 K6 8 35 8 36 8 17 8 11 7 6S 7 45 '7 85 VJ"1 V'3 -v. W ,,-(.1 dllOUlMipt , S. ..M im city w est; . . 111 neno 7 9lKii i.i 11 8 a Franklin. 18 8rlnnimil ......n.... ID l a Pnllt .. ... .. 1H 01 1 64 8 no aS 8 s Rayn1ilton.1i'. 1 48 1 SD1 1 9.-1 8 8 8 81 sa 6 99 8 NapleB z Stoneljoro .i.-.ij. Bncb.t.,f;X,nS..i Clark. .:.'.....'... -as iTIal tt W 8 47: 8 W 81 SI 4 41 4 61 85 6 1 07 12 611 13 49 ia as 7 10 88 8 44 8 hadley Salem A AO W Crossing..! 7 on 63 9 10 fl 11 0 1A . 8 80 9 18 40 1 88 H 88 9 30 0 81 61 lz Jumostow. . 64 !Turnervlllo...i .61 SHimon'e Comers.... 1 a-l 8! Andtvol.... .... ... Noon 8tJ 9117 ll 61 ' 11 41 10 01 11 84 10 18 10 IH 10 40 1(1 M 11. IH Ti SO Iltl tt.Hiirber s Leon. 11 13 11 00 10 40 10 1.1 10 (Hi 70 4i Dorset. . 70 4i US 41 - M, ' 1 11 7! z Jefl'erson. Plymouth .. Ashtabula,. Cleveland ... 745 P M I - ia Trains stop onlv on Signal. JtTralns do not Stop. w-TitlLnrMrlll Aluftlll'.u f?IVl-)Allll TIMll. The jetterson Accommoaation leaves iieuBrson at o:uu a ni ami arrives at 7;45 p in The Way Freight trains stop at Jefl'erson In going West, at 11:80 P. M., and going Eastat IT..., .1 IL.W1D U inri t7;60A,M. These , rains carry nassenirers. Passeintor fare at the rate of 8 Cents per mile t to way eiauonst coutiiea in even uuu aiaieH, ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted Jan. 20th, 1872. ia at ' j of In to and IJULLMAN'S best Drawine-room and A. Hleenlnr Caches, combtntnff nil modern lm Sroveinents, aro run through on all trains from Buffalo, uspRiisiou Bridge, Niagara Faltst Cleveland and Cin cinnati to New Vofk, niakhig'rilrect idnit:tlob with all lines of foreign and ciwsttvtse eteamura, and also with Hound Stuamera and railway lines fcr Boston aud otner new jt-ngiana citive. No.s. .Dair No.3 Mgkua'v uincin. Sxpresft.i iiiapresB Kxpresa, Dunkirk baluuiuuca... . . ..L'vci bOiU 5 10 " (sear.!. 8 00 " leo"" 140 " 148 " al " Clifton Kuan. Bridge Niagara Falls. 7 00 " 7 Ofl " 7 10 " 7 45 " 955 1008 10 IS Buffalo. rrsr I Attica. ...i.;.. 8iall3iSit; j. .t-;n Portage lloruellavllle... Addison ltocheeter.i.'.,.. Avon...., Bath.... . 9 64 4 48 S08 815 4 18 18 60 " 11 45 " 8 0S 7U0 400 4 88 eas 8 00 8 88 " If 01 " . Coming... , Klimra..... ia 08 r 1 a . 13 88 ' I 788 4 87 508 6 61 Arr. Waverly Philadelphia. ... Owetro 1 18 8 40 10 80 ' T6V 1 48 ' 9 90 TA. ' Blngiiamton ... Great Bond riusquoiisn'a. 80 ' 10 06 7 13 IPX If ..n ...T B-UI . I -.r 8 1 100 4 uepoaii.w...... llsuoock..-,k,,.. Laultaw'Ken..... itoaesdale . . : '.7 PorTJcrvTs. Mlddletowa..,., . Goobcu. ....... , w.y-' 4 65 11 84 - 108.S! 3 ia j; T7 'fa.:-.. It 10 117 P.Jt Im.,'-'' v.".,'i v HUi.B IS 48 V-H Newburg. TW patteraon. v 11 Newark. Juraer City-7 New York... 7 08 .'. 8 10 80 48 " 88 9 68 " I 7 00 " oalou..u ".I I ) JLl HWM . ..... Arratlgenas-alft or DraOTtnrssMeav 1 sleenlug Coaches. 1'88 L ln op- C No. aZJSIMinvT?naeKea from Cleveland to HtlHiells t vine, ana urawing-iteom Loacncs jrnm nin-pen- I stou oriage. niagors rana ana Dtmaio io n inn, N. IS, -Blcentnat Cnsehea front Clbclnnatt. SUSDeusion 1, , Bridge, Niagara Falls. Buffalo and Hornellsvllle New York! alao from HonieltsVllle to Alliany S. Bleeping Coaehes Trom CleVolafad. riUsnehtlbl N, rlrtdire, Niagara Falls And Buffalo to Bnsquehauua And Drawing H001U Coacbea frdnl Susuuebauna to NeW York. Ask for tickets Via Erie Rail wV. For Rale at all nrlncilile Ticket Oftices. j Jro N. ABUoTt, Gi l'a$. Ajjtnt. will at- teu fo 0 vora. '. V "IHI nun, wwi anrt LATNARD LINE OF BRITISH AND U. S. MAIL STEAMERS Sail from Liverpool via Queenetowa every Tuesday . From How York every Wednesday and Saturday. Weinerdaya-Cabltt Passage 190, (lou and 80 goia 1 no Bieeravei baturtlava uanin sosj in boiq. Bceeraire mxa eHrrere.v Bleerage Passage from Liverpool, Ouuunstowu, Glas gow and Londonderry to New York, f.14 currency. Apply WO. O, FHANCKLYNSi fit Broadway, N. . f aooas u t a wn , asMwuui). vuu 68, -J CHEAP CaMiinorsB MfditJirfk I'tlCftd tiiijr.todrtaca ThePXrne loan, r.gli8n FroncV ,,T," , V.- ' r . .. atia uermau iia.e, . or th Fall andntf trade afyott tfttf Conntcf impettiou. , ovueyiHf use ..,.14 t.vs ... .-. ul I ir.lestrfUlaUiea i .a n ! to bo the CHEAPEST, elijrre(flfa rnak msnts. IroMi the followBur bran Doesklna. Hilgef -Bmthers! sV'aner!e bockheekerjs aud Schaekiea In All th dnalr is Tela DviiWe Kerseys ad k.V-dona Irable slutdoa, s Nell as tierinaa Ilsiasl and Straight Lined Wutsteaa. lJur line of "rRIMMINS,",, Is Tarv Blncrlot to cflrreetobd o the geois' eauiderated' twi. .1 1 .A r. h'.-.n I'l, . A IV ri ltsaH.' 1 w ai is bj SELECT POETRY. For the Geauga Republican BY AND BY. BY AND BY. BY . B. W. STODDARD. 'by and by, thtnigli loaf-dropa gllsleh, .'And (he foul In torrow groan, Yet llie iensn atop lo listen. To the o(l rnclMintlnfr itin i Tlioi'K" lite stofm-cloiiila wildly gatlicr, Shutting unllglit from the v,. . . i . Hope In lift's Icnipettiitiut weatUerj Softly wiilspet-s by nd by. - ' By itnd by, HioukIi life be wasted, Enrth Imlnxorii-i tlcny, ' EWi cit almnt'aut will b tHgtnd-' Higlit will conquer by aod by. Tlumtrli a tnrm of fury rages On 1 lie dark, surf-beaten abofe, ' By and by bopn Hill engages, i "I All lis terror will be e'ef. ' ,; , By and by the toil and trouble , ,. That surround our lonely , way. Though Earth' Joyce era lml bubble, Thai endures oftl Ibf s day r Yet beyond. In brtiht elyUnf ',' ., . , Conipcnsallop lneU the eyfr Hope buholda e IWely ylaion ' In the coming by-and-by. ' By and by, yet faith reposes, And tlio oul exultaut wuruil By n nd by awtfit, fragrant nrae Will llltiine the crown nt thorn; ; By and by ttie heavy-laden, . 1 IlUllgll uppiiani iniuiiiiia irwvr u( Tn ilin fnltirf fMila Of Eden T .. fl.nl. m au fir Kiifrti.,,. dnSn " By "and by, ttiodh coldly slighted ." i 'iJy.Aue mtuion oi uie wona, Wrongs prevallinf will bo riglitfld, ;r Ana Truth' bHUnthi be UnftilUt tl . Though In dust they now are trailing. liope, reverting .with ft sign, T Look beyond tWejintent tailing l o the joy oi oy-ana-Dy. Bv and bv.O tar diTluely - r t ; Gleaiuing on the luiure shore,' In. a uenure moat supinely ' Are thy splendors caat liefore - "Though awhile we bear lire' croBSC. Though ttwbite the billaws rol,; Juailcc will rVqulte the loese By and by, O weary Soul 1 MISCELLANY. KILL OR A STORY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. to tn t., ' - . . I H "The Minor is acapital fellow, Doctor.'' I said, as we sauntered out to smoke onr cigar in the garden, afwr an early, din ner 1 "UUl lie oiitrni 10 ue more nieruiiui ' ,1 . ( 1 . J- . . .rr. .1 - 1 to us .witiclied t bbctielors. ? V bat VTlttl litd'cliarrnin wife aad that exomplary baby, lie makes it difficult to respect the tenth eotnmunuinentt ; "You admire Mrs. Layton?" "AdmllU her! It' she- Were not Cliar lie's wife. I sliould fait bfd over em s ; hi love Willi her. ;. I have seen fairer taces, but for dear, pretty, delicate Womanly ways I imver met hr equal." ' 1 "You. could u t uuderstaud a mau's thirmintf for her .blood ?" M3uod iriaoiousl A wrctcli who could touch one of her eolden hairs roughly iluuurvna til m'llf. trior? ' 1 "And yet for innay days she was in dead Iv peril of Iter lite." .Fw her. fortune W Ji;; "She hiid nome." 1 "Don't tell me. Doctor, that nn iunt cent crvatdre tike'- that could give any one cause for "revenue. "No:,! wqu'i tell you aiivtuuig ot the sort.", - It ; S ;, f ; . jl" i 1 1 ' . i "I think I see. Some one was madly in love with her? "v. II voU Were to guess till this day out vou would not find the, cause,'" eaid my friend. 'Let us sit down., here, and I will exnluiii. It's no secret : I wonder the Miijor lias not told you.'' ' "JJown liete" was on a rustic seaiuiai the Major's pretty wife had made at the end ot his garden, close to Where a little rill, soon to be lost in the blue IlUdsot.j ,tinkled its way through Jiis grounds. "During the war," i)egan the doctor, "I served in the army, iu the same regi ment with an old schoolmate, iw was fine a soldier as eVer drew sword. Hale, hearty, and sound id mind and body Imager .to seo service--and he savj; plenty flnot!ig",.thatliS bore achariu ed flleVliiroiie day he" was tarried " into the hospital tout 111 a bad way. a Dan had entered his shoulder, glanced on the clavicle (what you calLihe collar-bone), and had gone tomaohert. That was all we could tell, for l"iefre was no other orifice; but whulher iuhad passed Up or down, or taken some erratic course round stboui, such as balls will take, we knew not, and no probing could Dnd out. v en, he recovered, wuut North torecaiu IU strength, and for" nearly three years 1 i . ri tri . i ... u ..... lost smut, oi null. tv tieu tno wur was oyJr,' an3 I had begub tp pi-aytiie M civilian in Aew York, I met linn again. But how chanced I He was a IlVin skeleton, and I saw in a moment that tie had ncoorao ; habituated ta ) opium. Vo fau know what that means? No? Well, throw A. bucket ot water into " pino aud then light a fire under it, aud its strings rill not be more ont or tune than at) opium-smoker nerves are out ot or don lle asked 'tne it he mlglit call on me at tny oftloe, and of course 1 assenteaj nui if. was uays ueiore necame, nnu wueu he did arrive I knew that he had been preparing hi in self tor a tight With in in sult. Some foolsh patieuts come pre liar' ed to hide the truth, some to magnify their ills. It is part of our business, iu serious casci, toti-knbitj a'm&i 'lmitid. before We ask about hi body, and har dencd as a surgeon must be, I confess that the condition of tny poor friend frightened me. Thero was au expreeBlon iu his eye that I had never seen in any Bine be nor I and what tnado tuts worts was the calm business like mar. nor which he spoke. . He told rue that toon after he had (apparently) recovered from "W to ur: iVom Jj his head, which Increased Id severity "l.'eX agooiwng- that recourse to opiates to alleviate th oniates to alleviate tlionn "tJUt X have not como tV consult; ' Vou abut this,' he said, 'this lean bear rntwf bear.1' Would to' God that' they were always tcarincr mal The worst a U'hsn filet A nnl -' 1 I ...mi ...... . arj O ' "".IWiWJ f'Wuvk ..i'ioey leave me,' ne replied, quit cnumijt-Y.n veurrnnffium juii, uncon gueralle, desire to take human lift., !"I am not generally a nervous man. Im'I ttat-ted-.'knd'lookea 'rtfund 'me aom Aanr-an f ef 4aBaei'tii i 1 ,ns .;1 wsv. M4Don'tbl Afrald,'fi6 Cdnlinued; with i sad smile, 'the fit is not on ma now. I should not have come if it had been. I have been nearly starred once or twice, not darinst to leave ' my room. I can conquer, iy niadiies now j the question is, how long x can continue to do so. I feel that it is growing upon me. I feel tny power of resistance becoming weak er and weaker the craving for blood getting stronger and stronger. I. am ike a man who nas slipped over a preci pice, and feels tne earth and shrubs to which he clings, slowly, slowly, surely, surely, giving way with him. I have, brought wreiched ciirs.out of the street. I must have human lite.' "'Any ' human life?' I Inquired. or Some one l;t particular ?' Why do yott ack me this. Doctor r be eried, getting suddenly excited. A o matter j go on.' -. j. M 'Sometimes,' he resumed, 'it seems that any lite would do ; and sometimes Doctor, four days before I saw you I met, upon a .New Jersey lerry-boat, a lyoung girl. So pretty, so refiued, and nice I 1 followed lier to lier. home the devil. that has taken posession ot me led me. IShe Went in, and soon came out again into her, little -garden, and tended her flowers-tpoqf child 1 Doctor, if I had had a pistol -Wit A' me I should Lave shot her. Yot may smile ; but some day soon I shall take a ixiBiol or; purpose, and shoot her.' .ne-o-'r m , i j . "It was" clearly flo use. arguing wltH him. The best war with such people is to admit , their facta and try to wot k rou ud them." - ' L " 'Then,' said I, 'the only thing that. you cau do is to submit to the restriction of an asylum, till this feeling is passed V ' " "it will not pas. . It 1 were to go to a madhouse I should sham sane; Hoon- er or later their vigilence over me Would be relaxed, iheni Bhouid murder niy keeper,' aud go straight for that innocent girl.' . 'Then leave the country.' f 'Well, that would save her, but Doctor, one life is as dear to its holder as another. If I don't kill her, I shall kill some one else.' . . in be r fur ' My dear fellow,' I replied, in as light a tone as I could assume 'these fancies are cureahle. . Put yourself under skilled medical treatment. You are all to bits, physically. Get sound in body, aud you'd get all right in your mind.' " 'On the contrary, I am all to bits as you say, meutally, and my. body suffers through my miul. Medical treatment t I have consulted every practitioner oi note here und in Europe. Some think I'm fooling them, some look wise, and talk as you do about "treatment." i : Alt have failed. Doctors are of no use to uie.' -"",'"' '' ''Then may"! ask why you have come here?" "V "'' l".'":.; ";" '. " 'To ask your advice as a friend, he answered, drawing his chair nearer to mo j 'and,' lowering his : voice, .'to ask you one queBiion as a friend and a God tearing man, and to which I pray , you to give me a plain yes or no "'Go on.' -. . " 'Feeling as I fool, shall I be justified before God iu taking tny own lite? Will it be dtadlysin lor me to do for myself what I would do for a mod dog ?' "I repeat, his words almost as he spoke them. I cannot givo yoil the tin n test idea ot the solemn Uuiiiiuratiou with which he put this awful question. BW some moments I could not say a word. Then 1 started tip and told hint that I wouid not answer him ffe or no that it was not fair to ask me to take such a resposibility. Then he rose, too. aud said that lie must resolve it lor him self, and I ' saw plainly-which way would go. .- 'Uive me till to'inorrow to think it out,' I said, detaining bim. " 'Tomorrow may be too late, he re plied. The fit may come upon me to- night tor all I know.' - " 'tjomo home With me ! l tn not an aia. You won't hurt me,' I said. ..... " '1 wouiu try very nara noi to ao so but I know myself. I cannot -trust myself. Don't you trust me.' " ' I will trust j'cu ; but I'll do more. You are hot armed, I suppose Y r'JUOi be replied wtib a sauaaer, -not now.' " 'PJI'take oarer that yoU Btlall not' beV and I'll carry ray Derrenger in my pock et. On the first indication of homicidal mania t give you my yord I'll shoot and I'll shout strait.') I said thislosaf isly him,poor fellow tin bis Weak elate obuld have laid him down like a child. It did satisfy him, and wo went home ioeetber, ' I led him to talk of onr old solderiin; days, and itraduallV trot him back t6 his wound. I made htm de scribe the first' sensations of pain in his head ' and ! reneat all that his di Her ein ; 'medical advisers v ; had Said. '; hajvpened to have a strong jirejiaratlon of httBhec bv ine,' VI gave him a JCse, id whilst under its influence I careful ly examined bis bead, i Now the . bead, . . .... ...... you roust know, apes not latieq .nor waste away m proportion 10 otner parts ot the body. StiJl ; his head becomes mere skiu and bone J and this state,- per haps, gave ao advantage oVer all others who had made the same examination:--At iast I felt, or thought I felt, a laiut tWUijhiiig-a sort orauaormai puisauou about two inches above the letV ear. It might be merely nervpps, but U ml0fU be tiatued by the balli ' -. ' : , 1 " I then Bet itiy niind fo Work and thought the whole case over steadily. the first plaee was that Impulse to take human life, of which my poor friend had spoken," re-atf 'Uncontrollable; For sunnoi-e that one day he did take a pistol 'on purpose,' and gt vourp Irtrlv's firsrden woUla o to that he ' shoot her! .Toeuppose tbkt the insane )nirid never changes its purpose, or turns Iront the fell Completion, of its purpose, is say ih other words that the insane mind is stronger than the sttue mind. . If mar) with a freshly broliBd lfeg were.' tetl too. he was a going to rila a loot you would Pol, beheveihim beoause vour oommbn senue revolts Bgttlnst', tbe'.Vlea ot'ihis running with leg dUabled.,. Uuk Ifine with bis AruW' 'sabled declares' tbnte Is geinyt"ido otrieihiBg-de peh&Dt'upoWfc Mdoij' ,4jbttftJpacori(T JrldD rlo,nft?4yf argue S3 wtl'. I I Iu to si to "In tho second tlni. AA in' noor friend, With his impaired tnofifia of Judrf- Hu nt, believe that the Impulse was. on- controllable ? Because if ho did theecd would be the same. so far as he was con cerned. He wonld sacrifice hi own life to protect that of others, thoungh they were in no actual danger. In the third plate, miffht not this story of the impulse be a mere pretence to xcne the commission of suicide? Now there aro no forms of madnea more obscure in their origin, more difficult to delect, and more persistent, . and more fatal than suicidal inst.iaj and a there have been numerous cisee in which per sons who havo destroyed themselves have carefully prepared evidence tend ing lo show that their death u aiti dental, why should there not be one in which the fatal act was to be (far As pos sible justified? " In the fourth place, eranlinz that there was either real homicidal mania or fancied homicidal mnnia tending to suici dal, or simply the : latter was there a possibility oleure?,, . "As the three firt questions rested for their solution on one .et of facta, and the deduction tn bb drawn therefrom, I consider them together. A! victim of suicidal mania rarely if ever speaks of suicide. When a man says he a going to (1 row nd himself, yon may generally direct bim to the cuts Which will lake him to the river side with the fullest con viction that hu will not breakfast with Crabs. If, an exceptional case, suicide is mentioned, it w ill either be treated light ly as an act that it is not a crime, or the patient will be very earnest lu his assur ances, that he Would never commit ll Remembering my poor friend's manner, I noticed that he spoke of. taking his own lite with much more emotion than he evinced when he told Hie ot the Im pulse to shed the blood of others. Ilia words, 'I must have human litoif I had had a pistol with mo I should have shot her some day aoon I shall take a pistol Ion purpose and shoot her 1 should " 'l. r 1 Jk .... :. a- iiiurucr my KreJi-r) auu go eiiaiv iui that innocent girl,' were spoken a cabn as though he said, 'I owe five, dollars I must go and pay litem, ' anJ at the same lime with a lotie ol deep t-emniiseralio) tor the predestined victims. They were lo die fur lio fault of tbeir own, but they were doomed , to death if he lived. When on the other hand, he spoke ot saying their lives at the sacrifice ot bis own, his manner change!. No one af flicted with suicidal niuultt ever treated self-destruction with the horror, the con sciousness of its wickedness, aud the re ligious doubts as to its being pardonable Under any circumstances, in which he considered it. He had never onco spo ken murder as a crime. , . ; "After ft long and careful considera tion, I came to 1 the follow ing ' conclu sions i ; , '." "Ilu is not laboring under suicidal ma nia. ". -. ' ; "His impulse Is real, aud wtilhave fa tal results., " Confinement lu an asylum would have no curative eft', cl. , "Then 'I itmk dowtt my book bearing upon the anatomy of the huitiuu head. ' , "The next morning I addressed bim thus "'Before I answer you as lo whelber you would be Justified beforo God, under the im niiUo .Vou have told me of, iu taking yourown life to save Unit ot anotuer, you must unnvter mo several questions. " 'Go on,' he said. "'When you consulted those doctors, uid vnlt tell tliHm nil vou lmVe told mcf : - - . .... '.. t l ..... T 1 "'2ia; : l niu mil uure, i saiu tut a hiu horrible thoughts and cravings, but willout entering luto details as to w hat they were. Once 1 went so fur as to stiy I feared I wss be coming; dangerous, and the fuoi smiled.' ." 'Oooil, UiU Ihcy ever speaa oi searcutus for Unit ball 7' ' , Tm. tlit r ac'.d It mltrhl be the Cause of my sufferings, BUosinff it had lodged near the brum, but thai no one wouiu mite tue rraHiui bililv to gearcU for It so to sneak iu the dark.' . , "They Were rl;llt the cperation might kill you, and the ball not be fouud after all. ' 1 " He looked oiv, ond lite dull, tti jectea iook thai had become habitual passed from his face "And even If It were found,' I went on, -It extraction might cause your death all the same.' - "' ' ' " ' ; ' . fie laid hi hand on my arm aud tried speak, but could not i i j . ' "'Still it would give you a Chance Just chsnce or more than lit .' Ilia grasp tighten ed. I could reel his heart beating. 'And sub mitting to tuCh an HTtioo almost honcles tbottgU It bu would not be Suit suicide.' He full cm his knees and sobbed like child. '.You'll do It r he cried. Hod Almighty bless you 1 x.ju U uo ft T' ......- . . . . . .. . .. . .. :i WhII " aald mv friend, lighting a freiU cl (rar.' to make my story short, 1 did is with the assistance tif R young surgeon w hose nerve I Could trust. We found that miserable piece of lead near where I had suspected it U It wa Just a case of touch nnd go. Had my knife wavered twice tho breadth of it own ..denwhe,! the. assUtdttt been unsteady with the fotcep it would have been fatal. , I duu't waut to spear vain trf my auoocss, to I'll say no more, than una a rtcourear .- ., . , hst killed anybody f , , "No nd doesn't w&n to, , ' "By Jovel I wouldu'l be too sufe (if that. And n the girl h wanted to murder married tU Majorf; ,...( I ; .. . ' "Then If If t'wer) lier husband I'd take precioti good care that your inierestin: pa tient didiTt come Into the same Btate with her. ."My .dear, fbliuw, If jou were her tiimbeud you'd do exaotly her hUsbaad does." . -a ; "Doe be knowf". -i : i i i' i. ml ,. '"Noue Ueiler..f" - . k i.r "And loen't tmV'. ' "NolabiL". v '....,; 'f- if !.' 0- ! '- , "Then he's a bruto." i. , . . . "Yeu'd batter tell blin se-here be boric." "Does h hndw I" t :: . ..... "She does." "And is not afraid V "No.- i '-- - ' "One other qoestlnn. i Does your Idteresting patient still live In this Country V " " 'Us doe.u - ; - ' 'V "In wbatBtateT'' " ' ' !- il "This 8Uite.V -i ' 'I '' " ' ' ' '"Near iters "' ; ' ' ' '.ttVaest iwir" i ' , . . : .-il ::. 'lit ""Then, with' all possible ieferentse to' friend the Major, I think he is ver? loollsb. Were I in his place I should: gayt 'My good sir, I admit that the ball from blob, -vou su long cstnuet gel back into yrtur bruins, bill I tn by no mean Ur ttiwt the idea it may aot return. ' -At aow rate your presence aear ray -wife is -like) o. make) uerveua, and I appeal U yoa a a ceatlvmaa to locale yoursfcil la soma other prl of country i.v If yuii do to 1 shall itavaa thai liigh est reaoect kir you ,! It yoai do tiotvia baya.iUe mbUof tiU fjMat wUbin a imile n.s auMiAB. Aha inutiur ut arotat aABii .wiiU.tr. eomerjjoaitrtlixuaerw. cstttlt,irr cv wltii fwafl 1" tt VjjHai Jfa. lo '""' "Very neatly put." aio the Doctor ;f but our friend doc Dot think of committing ul clde how.' , .... "Mercy" riociot r I cried, "yon lon'l tnean to sr that the man who waocl to murder the Major's wife la U-" , -x , .. , "1 '.be Major himself. Yt, tlr.! - Temple Bar. THE REST ANNUAL FLOWERS. - I . ' ' to a a i be ru ; ' i .'I, dlir suf fered en geudered bet 4he Selecting an assortment of flower seeds from modern catalogne ia a very' perplexing- task 10 young florists, and such as wish to obtain the best - retnrns for a limited . outlay. The following hints are designed to aid young: begin, net , and such as may desire to increase the assortment of flowers by adding some of the new improved varieties. : I am in debted to Mr. Vick lor tho illustrations from bis Floral Guide and much of my knowledge of new flowers was obtained by visiting Li extensive grouud the past fall. . - t . , . . AMArtAMHCB SAUCITOLIIS The Willow-leaved Amaranthus repre sented in the above engraving a single leaf over the top ot the plant is perhaps the best of the newly introduced annu als : though it did not succeed well in my ground the last season owing to se vere ilrouih. - Sweet Alvsum, (white) and Mexican Ageratnm (blue) are well known flowers, very dosirablo tor boqaets and vases, and quite pretty iu masses or mixed flower beds. Candytuft is also desira able in this vlass. - Asters, of the improved varieties, aro June indispensiblc in every collection. I is better to procure a fstv ot the best even at a seemingly higil pric, than to take seeds of common sort as a gift. The same remarks will apply to the Bal sams. The Improved varieties are very much finer than the old ones, and should be included in every assortment. '"'a TSh.-v.tf--fa NEW JAPAX IWAEF. COCK'OMB. The new Japan Cookooiub was intro duced the preM-nl season by Mr.- Vick, and is cnnsideru l quite n:i acq;ii-iiion. Thu above eug'-aviiig shows the innu and habit ct the plant, but gives no idea of its beaut V. Sen the colored frontispiece, in the Ihralt &viU , ,for, ,i&i3. The Dwarf Cockscomb (tii;iiie:4.J, is i.'o a curious and beatililul plant a . favorite of our vottii"- lolks t as I also t'te Cy press Vine; fof ;y;-f, W ;. tfeffl ' or irinizi. if 1 -mi i-; j:i. .' ,: , ..4,"0f VOLVULUS MI-vOK. 1 ,, 11 - Convolvulus I Minor' is' riot new, bdt, far less known than ft ought lo bv. -.The, dark blue and striped varieties are very pretty. . Datura, is a curious and fdiQwy flower, efipecially w hen aotiote inougn the tilafit ia a littlo coarse. " '' '' ,: " - . - - ... , . . . . . i.. ' j Delplitnium, or L-amapur cannot wen be dispencS With, especially in Account of its fine bluecolors, so needful in - deo ora'iobS; " Dianthusj or ' Japap Pinks, are very pretty and of many shades ' color. . Tlie uew UWail Alartgoiaor W getet is quite, showy, when will growu, but it has not met expectations on toy ssu dy grounds. . , ," "'" The Pansy Is a favorite' with every body : it requires some, pare in the way of shadd aii.l pioistttre, but richly; pays lor it all.A Vuidr ' . " petunias of couite everybody must I.Wv- ii.s hnastea double vkiilieS tie really not ae'v ones." "Get tho ; tl.lnir Drumon Jiiieiislble-. '; Improved varieties are in uodticcdeach yean- Get some "of flueSt and then, save Seeds-'- IVoni' the best ol these I toothing 'will psyi bottr. portulao is-also VerV desirabl eaiy flowets hav.- the babit' ef fchatting mp hettyou'krtotiWsiittieio it U?. The donble ones sre as pretty a rosea, L ' ft avsiut Pia ATlU-lloU b tWiWlMAaB ike yonog peolpo espocially tor scrcnot ate ' nA ibefloiKnboqiaaU ft. --.; ,-5aS'.B.V . ft: tm-JPI&m-TZS--- : L . 1 3 -- i.i. . laiii ai JaaM"-: " ' . !.-.; i! "i -ri .It bu6 V . ;. . .. .il ! rAlfAl rtf 111ft .. .. e s HaawksAua wB ww Grime in New York. Kelfher finmns tfr"nW 0nVpeHf ea be ny' fI safrrthan tkarrsre at pmvft tsTnfl It IsMomA 1 ivaa MM IO maK ai'0teUalhUev-UBO lhee. SW. . I iona u ia ii'tai inat-ii unlimited rurn.so oag; ,, a 111 eft and swindling and burlurr and mnr- der ro onponlsiii d, o lunit a dng'rstit'- tflme I llnin of ytnnalliy Snddett-rmlned rffdrt k i t free those a lio are guilty ol' It, en Iuwr s ibbv mi flueotial names are easily .pre u able In the Hi , tempt to ahfeld the cfimlnaj frurti lb fegat i". consequence n!' hit' misdeed. SO loitff will crime iro on unchecked. We feed the flame ,, . oi anger ana inrt 'ana malice Witn polsonid, , liquors, aod bold up oor beads la honor , oyer " ., tk r solts. We keep m;n hi power who wllr'Vf nut do ihi ir duly, sod wafk Uie ttreef t , night with b)udirohtn our baud and revol- " vr In our ptw-keis: We sliur np ' crlrrjInkU."!,, and then submit to stir hjoCketr of Justice by which they sre relessei). 'And then." Wlicr.',7j the crfme and the crinilual rvton ouu-ageou .", to pernirt tln'ni fo be ignored, w ilgn papers''"''; btginfor comtnotation of punlalimenr or," ' fbr pardon. Let it be understood,- -then, 'that every satin, high or low, who Berks fbr tke' ' lease ol, lUerimliiil li.ua the leifal con9et,U-u ''r'f Ct1 a4 ttiai ereasti wsitsew firfUSilirov liBldlisr 1 1 out clauses, and become :ai accomplice In their deeds. , Crune will cease. ir,vroaUyTd1, 3 minish, Just as sim.u a offlciui od. popular, r Janice cult off it Complicity1 witn it; and. it will not cease or diminish butll Ahi event 1,1 occurs. Crime thrive because th)(Bcor ef-j the law do not do their duty, and because the' ' . popnlur Voice doe iol demand' the ate- " guard of social sod political', order fbatur J eawulittl to l , mainuoano-. The Ignore brute, maddened by alcohol and degraded by V, the ejauiple of tl.o.e wbtm lie bl.ied li- 1 ' lo power, can be rocjvd by no rmitl bbt 1 1 leur 1 and ao long a iltat motive doea uotx- -.r Ut, we may expect 10 " in every newspaper, we lake up the record of a new crfme, and lV ? bow our head in tlinm- for ercity,lb while' we cxnmiUAi am w the defences webArv srire4.; i 1 kiound our grMids and nur live. , . .. - , , Dr. J. O. Holland, U ScribneVt JifrATartiS.' ' Economy. 1. 1 ... a penny saveu," vie. is one 01 those 1 old adages, which, we have all .beard o i often from our yontb up, that they have -: t lost much ot their significance. , Yet, 1,1 I Lis one, if pondered fur a moment, '.eons . veys a w hokspme truth. The.Micawbtr , philosophy was the true one'. The Ai(- 'l rr ference between one's income and ex-'j'. , penditure&'is oflentimes the exact differ ' ence between happiness and misery. ' Economy is a sutijtct that comes bomd".'' to ns all and one worthy of much consid- eration.- It is a duty w'liicb "every mftn"' owes net onlv to himself and Id bis fara1 : ilr, but to hi fellow tnea ; it is virtu,1" uid not, as some,' shallow -minded' peo-''' ' pie fuoliahly prate, a cl.aractcristic of ' at '' miserly mind.- Everyman who, squanders- ing his iucome, tail : to coatribute ; hi '. -, just . shre lowat-Us tlio . pablic- expendi.. , lures, 1 a pfeiisioaer upou public bount and be who limits, hi expenditures.; bV,. low Lis income, is Ironi. ihtf same. poioiL of view, a ' public benefactor., " ; ' ' , The world'ows uo man a living; ' "By the sweat bf th V'biTliA- thou sbalt eat thv""1' ! bread," tvii the sciiieuoc passed In' Eden ' ' and it l.aa ii'evtf been revoked. ,; Bui r"'n every mau owrs the world something-, and by so far at. ho fails ' to discharge that iudebu-diteH, by. o tar cases -." sicknetis ata ay 4-xcepttd be is a shirk. -1 1 "The poor ye hate A.waya" with yon," f ! sa y JLIoIy Writ ; and rsdij.ioHi as well - ai .i humanity ' leaches that every meaBs.; ,! should be ued to alluviate .their coodv lion. But h lipti.re nowhere, afflrms " ; that poverty is a "Provi4i--ntial diepensa- ' tioii." : 1'ailitT isU generally speaking, ' a dispeniati.u of juiprovidence, a . diis peusaitou jf ' which unfortunately, too' many ot tnepjor would repeat agam and again, eteii had they the proverbial nine - ' lives of a tat. Extreme povirty in the 3 country m needlvsti 1 and iu tho nine cas i s out of leu ilir direct cause is intempor ' t ance. Iu li e ciiy.il is somewhat differ- ; t eut. We havo all seen thv moth circling: 1 f- around aciiiJlji and if ,ii pea-aiels in so s ' doing iisuitrs tbeuoiisequeutiea ot; Ha' '.-. own lolly. If p.ior men iu thecivy, will:. persist in remaining there contrary to , iheir own interests, because their, hands aro too dainty to lake llie gift wbichj'' mother earth Her to . them, they too J"'n must, lu a great me.iMire, sutler the con'' siqnences of their tollyi . . ... -.j; . 1 Jiut wonomy iu it ttppli -ations lo tho various relat'ions' ' of iile is a fruitful theme, too multiform to I e even touchetl"' upon within the limits of & single article;?; even were that desirable.-mot nor:mi New England Homestead. i. Tub IUd CiaT. A ' tlie d re.f """'' cent has noWfassea tut of use, and ex cept rarely ont ot sight, like tho "old oaken bucket," its history is a matter of ' sumcient interest for preaovation. . The 1 r.-ut wa fiiHt proposed by Robert Mor-1 f tin, the great tinsiicier ot ihe Revolution and was named by Jefferson , two year after. It began to make it appearance ; ; from the Mint iu 1792v Jt bore the head i 1 of Washington on pue side tod tbLfteeo links ot tho , rj ber4 .The Prench xevo r oltitiou soon create J - a rage for l'VcncU,.- soon cieaiea ' a rage for irencu,. 1 America, w hich pat on the cedt d of the Oodd-s of Liberty a 1 1 iibert"wiih 4:wing locks: The ' ' ... !,..-. ... .. .. A l, ideas in the head French chainou thu'revefho writs replaced by the olive wreath of peaoe.- But the 'IVencBj' "' liberty was short lived an I so waslrerMH '' trail on etur oeufc 1 "The next head wflg1 i ,; ' nre aucoeeding this the staid 'class, dame, ; with a fillet round ber hea-' ' came into fashion about thirty of forty') f years ago and hor finely ciiii-e'.ed Greciaatv teattire have slighly altered. in the lapssv-j of time. Germantouon xUgraph, (j , ,t" , Popular Errors. Of he its lite, or to conlitiueip . eat f after it. ha .lie. I 1 . . J ..:!' A 1.19 tt. .n-nlifk ' lia. To think the more a In a 11 eats til a .'fal ' ter and stronger lie Vill beconie. To be-' . here that the more hour that cbild reu study the fasterthey will learn. "To conclude' that because exercises is good, '! ' the ivjrre violent it is the m6re good , is '.'''1 doiie."To imagine that' every 1 hour n-"-! kes Iront sleep it an hour gained.)'. To Jf argue that whatever nmedy vaases' on lo leel tin mediate! v belter4,, ia gooii : fof i ' f r.i ' ..l , Innra.a,U . " .1 . I S KVH 1'Ul. SlLUUUt IVUS '. V :UIT' t- i IMat k I fr f HI I Url 1. f 1 1 U I VI T kV A . ' V W . LIIO, I .taste. r TO' eat a hearty, r-upper for l,be expenenced dui uig t-bti brief Uine ji W.,.,,., passing down the throat at' the expense r . of a w bole uighf pf disturbed' sleepy and, a weary wasting ju . tne luoruiiig, act Crt the presumption , that the uin.!eiK '' Toota trrtbe tfonse'ls 1 lar-jVe'tiOufr'a' t""'1 slMti teL-09b limiti n" '' -' i i'yfU.X ,1.1m I, i.1 .hi ' ii'i i.' ' -' "!' . I-1 Ait n i.fMy trj. 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