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One sqnnre nt 12 linen, 3 Utnea, tl M Kvery subsoqarnt itisortiuu, Si One square, i months, I bO Hit moulns, 00 One year, 8 (-4 Business Cards of i linns, per annum, t 00 Merchants and oihers advertising by the year, with I lie privib-jioof isusrtiug different ad--fortiirifig we kly, in 00 13iisius notices Inserted In the tarsi. Coi.rtcK. cr before Mari-inices and Uoatitf, FlVJt I'KNid i'L'A LINK fur each insertion.' U? Larger Advertisement at per agrce-wat. IOD PBIIfTtKO, We bfive oonneeted with etrs. establish A set a welt selected JOB OFFICE, which will enable as ts execute, in tbs neatest stylo, every Variety of Printing. 9 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, BY II. B. MASSER, SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND' COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, NEW SERIES, VOL. 1G, NO. 48. SATURDAY HORNING; FEBRUARY 20, 1801, OLD SERIES, VOL. 24 NO. 22, A MlfllJTf . A N ITyoinlns Insurnnrc Compnay. "WILKESBAERE.PA. Capital and" MTrplu, 118,000. " DIRECTORS: U. M. ITallcnback, L. D. Shoemaker, John Heiehard. ! l'riesbaoh, Funnel Wadhams, It. C. fcuiitb, K. 1). bacoc, Clias. Dorranee, Charles A. Miner, Win. 8. Hoes, IV. W. KtUjbain. O. M. Hording. jr. HOLUiNHACK. President. L. D. SHOEMAKER, Vioo Viosldent. It. C. FwiTit, Secretary. W U. STERttso, Treasurer. This t'onipnny Insures three-fourth of the Cash valuation, takes no Premium Notes, make no Assess went... Policy acknowledges all moneys paid during the term of your Insurance. Stay 50. 1963.- ly ' O. W. 2rI.A.TX:PT, .tltsruey nnd Connsjcllor nt Inv, ' Office on sonf.1! iio of Market street, four doors west of . V. ttright 4 Sou's Store, TT:i nttenj promptly to all professicnal business -wn-stH to bis ca.--- the collection o. olahns m -Xortb:in.he-;nnlnd tL adjoining counties. Sunbury, May V, lb'hil. '7 j. 3D. HOLLER, OUce, On south sido of IWii:!;SlUk're ncar th Court House, RTjjsrB-cmy. PEISJ."1'- Will attend promptly to all proressio " entn-fte.1 to his care, the collection of c1h-u " Aor!linmberlnd end the adjoining ccuntie. hunlury, May 2d, lt?3.-ly ...... I,OWri WHAHF, rJPNBTJRT, PA. n r ;at r. Ar p.kta:l DEALER IN WHITE ASH GOAL, in every variety, , CrJ.cr folicitcd eel filled with promptness and Siiubary. May lfl. JW3. ly a i:w i'i.Tiii.Aii & v rioifOi i.44 moit 8'. Tl wiWeriber respee'.fi.l!y Inftirms Hie people o Sunburv :t" l rleitiity. that be opened nn en nn,' i.cr V-U of clo'.liins end Furnishing (too-Ik. a1 new iitiie in the b;;il-l;.':i; of Cburle l'lcnsiints I'v., iu Jinrket square. iJitUjcii eouisli ui part 2.1S1TS' CLOTHI1TG-. ' CLOTIUXd. t'ucb as Coats, Over Cn:iU. pants, vetta, shirts, iniloi!iir;, drawer", "lockini.'s. neektirs. liari'lkcr--'ii feiui c, io- -Uso, iiuis aad Cups of aJ liiudfc COOTS AiS SHOE?, of all kinds. TBl'XIC!?. and Vh'-s. unihrellns, slid no'i,.i:H in" all kinds, besides r.'asncrous other ar '.'.i le. '1 he public arc rcijueeUl togivebuu a cull tci exauikio bis etaclt LEVI HECIIT. fiKiibury, Oct., 10, 1S03. ' 33 Ca UliAlSWAlRX. Confectionery, Toy and PP.TJIT STORE, !tivS-.rt MJroct, .Sunb.iry, Ia. COFKCTIOJTERT OP ALL KIKDP, TOYS OF KYL'RY DKSCRIl'TIOX, ntl'IT, Ac, C10NSTAXTI.Y on Iu.-.id fi-r sa lit ti iVe . etabli!:niuit aavb'.dv-aie tuwi retail, at rt-asau. alio prices. li.' if liiiinuf.ieiurlns all kinl? of Cuiif ctumiixics to keep up t'nii assortment wbielt lire eulu at low r.i,.. 7'ulncco. I'nri1. pttionery. Xutsof i,ll Lir.cT.. and avnrici, of other artick'3, all of whUh aro otlurcJ nholu'.iii: nnd retail. ieu.cibet the oatueetid placc:, M. C. ;KA?illAltT. 'Mn Let street, 3 doors west of li. Y. Urijjiit 4 tfon's Si-.nl.ury. Sep!! 1?, JM3. tf nraTj vfcc' oWam'entaT treesT" SJJIiJ 3$, Va.E:Snucl 1'14VIKS. jj-j, l'liii si.bs;! ie it otTeribit r.t the lowevt n. .irprii-. tin1 pi'iOuctini s f llie rclinble Nur-w3 ... i'.im I l.l-U AKU J. KV.IXS A. CO.. nt" YC'liK. 1':... w -isiiMT.'',;!! kl-idiOf l"KL IT Tl'.tTS .M..i.ii .r'i M.J litvarl', nlid of the UiOst impiovtd vu rieiifi. Ori.hWi.iiil Trees and h'Urul. The most foililun- flbll' s:vt.-?(.l' OI'.Ai'i eue.'i n Catnit'iR. ClinlTO. Iiclawurc, Ci-nccr I. i ir.na. llartlos-l Prolific. I'nbella. Ac. The Strawberries lie will deliver, are of the most improved i varielie ; ulw nil other kinds of cultiva te 1 iierries. lie wnrrnuta to deliver the above articles in good con'ii'inn. AlJrir.s r.r.NJAMIX POIIXEH. 1'iiiiuoj. XurtU'd. Co , Pk' I'eoember 5, I'lfil. Jiu ISAAC K. STAUFFEIl. tYatt-li .TtitUor usid Jcirclor, MAT.i'FACTfltEK OF SILVPIt VAP.K 4 In.porter of VATCIIES Xo. I4j XtUi Sc.-1 St.. Crner Quarry, FIULA M.LP1J1A. TJ E has e..n.ili,nily on bund an ansortmcnt of Gold J uud t-iivvi I'.iteiit Lever, Lepinc nnd l'luin t' !.i:.: ; I uic t.nld thmns. fceula and Keyc, Jirciut "'iLJ. Eur liins. l inger llmii. liriiucb'ts, Aliuiiiture Caitn. .Mi d.iitioiis. Luekeis, Pencils. Thimbles. Spec- i tiller. Silver 'liili'.c. Desert, Tea. faiMiid Musiard , t-i'oons; finpir Kioi.r.:". t'ups. Napkin ltiiiptf, 1'ruit and iiuitcr Kuiv:-.-1 SbiMMs, Coinlis. liuiuoiid Poiut ed l'ehs. !".. nM of wliieh w ill be mid low fur Cash ! M. I. 'i'OllIA.S A CO S beot quality full jeweled Pa'.'r.t I ever ij cu.ents eonstiuitly on baud; a!iO other rsV.ionbii fiinerior futility. N. li ' 'briiull unit silver bought for cash. ! (Sent i.ilSia. !w PRIVATE ACADEMY, , H 0ETHT3 HBERL AND. mi!E UKV. JAMLSJiiCtSON, will re-open his J. Ajadeiny ui -Mji l.y, tbc 17th day of August, . Js'i-'l. I The folluwing braticbea will be taulit : Lilt iii; (Ircck, .Mathcnmlifs. Philosophy, Ithetorle, I Loia, look Keeping, Yo2il Music In theory and erauiico. Aii, Ovogritphy, Uramuar, iiistury, Comiiosilion W'litinir li-KM8 : Per Quarter t.f H weeks. $1to8 In tho above braneues witbotit the languages (4 00 Latin and ;.hovc branches, $7 00 lireeh i.ud abo e bi aucbes, 3 00 ree I'ireu'.ur. Tor further particulars apply ta HF.V. JAME3 DICKSON', Teacher. Norlhiiinbcrlaml, August 1st, 1 HH3 1 y TRUSSES?, SHOULDER BRACES, ILASTIC STOCKINGS TOK ENLAKUED VEINS OF THE LEG, 4C l Jotrumeiits for all deformities. 1H. 01.0VERU w IjOTr 'I'rssMs las taken the pluce of other Trusses for the retention and rare of Jlorma or itupture. Anting upou tha prini'iula of a lever, it never loses hs strengiu. It is iMted to prerrr.t rust. It has no pad on lb back, w hich iaso liable to injure th spina and annoy and ehfe His wearer. It is sura to retain the Itupture, f ixing ease and eou.fort, and efTeoling radical cures. I is warren'.cd to ire salirfuetiou. Tha improved rhou!dor-i:rare expands tho cheat aud prevents t!i nearer ftum becoming rouLd sbouiuereil. Ladie' Uelts and Abdominal Supporters, Hand, axes, and Halts rf all kinds, aud iu.Uuau.nls iur all lit.inuii. of the lklr. lift. UliOVEit'S Otfire Is No. 4 Ana Btrest two (wi fruia Ikoalwar, New York. . utsums -AOVU4 pMbtxaaxly lbs shm a j oTttji.Twuu. TALES AND SKETCHES. THE AUOPTGI) IAtXiHTr.R. BY LUCT A. HAHDAIX. Tho cliill November ovctiing would liftve been mctRmorpliosiMl Into the brigltttst of Slay nioontides could it Irave stolen ought of the sunny radiance that glowed in little ?lrs. Dnrlings face, as she sat by the crack ing coal fire, in the large, velvet ey choir she had ndheared to, spite of the chnngiftg lki-liions of twenty-two yenrs, trith her tiny feet onnn embroidered foot-stool, nnd nn open letter in her Inp. The parrot, swing ing idly to nnd fro in his glittering cnge, blinked inquisitively nt Mrs, Darling, as if he could not imagine why her pouch-bloomed checks wore a brighter flush than usuid, find the poodle dog, on his saliu cushion before the lire, sleepily watching tho smiles that danced unconsciously around her pretty mouth, ns if ho could not Hud any reason able grounds to account for them. Yes, Mrs. Darling was happy, very happy in her own thoughts so happy that she wns nl taoit annoyed when Miss Pendleton was an nounced, mid a prim, little old maid, quiv ering with ribbons, and stiff, with black silk draperies, walked- in tho cheerful room. "So,'" remarked Miss Pendleton, when the ordinary subject of chit-chttl were ex hausted, "your son has gone west, I under stand r "Yes,"' said Mrs. Darling; "Harry lias always wanted to explore those regions, aud as he intended to pass near the largo or phans' asylum, I commissioned him to pick me out some uice little girl to adopt." "A little girl 1 bless me ! Do you know w.'int a responsibility it wiil Mrs. Darl ing .1" croaked" Mis Pendleton, shaking the ribbons o.iiinoui.ly. "Yes, " said .Mr. Darling, with something of an Hj.'ologttic tone; "but you cannot iintiginc luw I always longed for a dear little daughter. Harry was well enough ui .'ong as he could sit up on my lap, and have his Ji;nr curled nroitnd my lingeri cve.y mor,MHg; but lie is six feet two now, and somehow 1 cannot moke up my mind to till the vacant p'uee v ith Inp-dogs or parrots. I want a st'-haircd, loving daughter to sit beside nie it'll thou Jvng winter days to teach, and fonjic and hf.ve ail to myself." "You will bn'lit shockingly expensive better have crivcit Iht) money to tho mis- sionaries." taid Miss rendition, scornfully eluvatiiis her nose at M.'S. -Darling s jouiau tie fancies. "We are rich ond can nfTu.nl to do lmth," said tho old lady, meekly. ''But dear Miss Pendleton, to what Carry says. Only think of it, ho is to be hwiut? to-night in an hour." t And she adjusted her spectacles ;n J open ed the letter. "Let me sec oh ! here it is," ond th W she rend; "I have hoeu to the nsyhun, as you desir ed, denncet mother, and after a voyage of inspection through about three hundred pug nosed little creatures, succfed'-'d in finding one whom I think will suitjou. She lias curly black hair, beautiful eyes, and a com plcxieui that makes uie think of your pink liai.Miniine. You caticot help liking her dis position sotnewhat rcservi-d at lirst ; but. ni'teT you become well acquainted with her, she is tlie uioct loving little creature in (he . 'i world. I have been obliged to delay my return for several weeks longer than J had at liit anticiiiited, in order to make suita ble arrangements for bringing her home wi:h me. Uut wo thail be v. ith you on Thursday evening without fail. I had al most forgotten to tell vou thai her name is Violet." "There," said tho oid lady, triumphantly, biking on her guld spectacles, "what do you think of that J" ' Pcauty is only skin deep," said Miss Pen dleton, oracularly. ."I know that, 'but I can't help being glad she is urettv. I do like to see inttv tliiiins aioutul, no matter whether they are" flowers ; or pictures, or human creatures. I know I shall love this littlo Violet. Let ma see, Harry don't say how old she is, but I think some six or seven years of age. Of course, I will teach her kfitihig and all tlttit s:rt of thing. I wonder if she cau lead. Good gracious ! aix o'clock already. Petty, Hetty we will have tea in hero to uight ;'it ij so much more sociable. Now, don't go Miss retielleton, lor tho nucieiit maiden making a preparatory flutter among lie; wns j stiff ribbons; "stay and take tea with me, and sec my little adopted child." Miss Pendleton, whose daily bread wns picked up w herever she had u chance to cut it from other people's tallies, was nothing loth, and Mrs. Dnriing bustled round to pre pare the evening meal "just as Harry likeel it." And very tempting it looked to the half-starved spinster w heitthc tout ensemble was complete the hissing tea urn of solid silver, the dainlly'eut slices of pink ham, the baskets of cake, studded with fcitron and raisins, and ridged with pearly icing, to say nothing of cut-glass clinics where golden pouches lay piled in a sen of saccharine juice und crimson plums suggested huge preserv ing kettles und skilful housewifery. At hist, when the preparations had reach ed a stage of perfection, nnd Mrs. Darling hud consulted her watch for about tho twen tieth time, there was a ring at the door bell und a rattle of trunks iu the hall. Mrs. Darl ing started up. "It is Harry it is Harry! Now I ehr.ll see my darling little new child !" bhe sprang for ward ns tho door opened, nnd the tall llguro of her son oppearc-el all luullled in traveling apparel. "My Harry! my boy !" she cxclnimeil, as he gaily caught her iu his arms, showeriug Halt a dozen kisses on her yet unwrinkled brow. "Welcome homo ogaiu ! But where is tho little girl '(" bhe giued around, evidently expcctiirg to see some small apparition iu a blue-cheeked anrou, but what was her astonishment when Hurry, with a mischievous twinkle in his dark eyes, led forward a beautiful young creature of about sixteen, w hose theeka, half veiled by tho long silky curls thut hung over them, were in acarniino glow of pretty confusion, "Here she is. mother i the a potent linl daughter I could ponibly pick up for you 1 Allow me to present rny wife 1" Who rould resist the appealing glance of thoae ioft lustrous eyes t Not Mr. Darling, certainly, who inatinctivuly clasped the aleuder ligyreto her motherly breast, though her bratn was in a whirl of uilnuled perplex- iy, eieiiuii aim asiuiiisiiiuciil. "How do you like her, motbtrl" "Like her 1 t am charnnd with her. But, Harry" "Ws'lP "I thought j on found ht-r lo the orphan' asylum" 'Ho did," interposed Violet, quite timid ly. "Dearest momma, until this moment I was nn orphan ; now I have learned wlint it is to find n mother 1" Mrs. Darling gave Violet Such a hn n must have convinced her of the sincerity of her ncwly-dawuiug rendcrness, while Harry continued "bhe v.asthe eldest of tho asylum orphans nnrJ ll.fl n. nnn- r.1 ,.,,4 n. U (IIIV bllU lllf111fVl 9 Mill! Ul.llll, IV Oil- IV U situation ns governess for her, wlicn I blun- dercd in, on the gtii tire for a play thing for you. VI course, I fell head over heels In lovo W'tth licr. , Who wouUl not ? ' asked Harry, admiringly contemplating the shi ink ing little beauty, whoso face wns yet hidden on his mother's shoulders. "I concluded that such a wife as Violet would be the most acceptable daughter I could briiijr yni, nnd I waited two or tlirco weeks to induce her to become of the same lufud, nnd hero we are, Mri ond Mrs. Darling, Wasn't I right P ''Perfectly right," said Mrs. Darling, ca ressing the soft curls of her new daughter-in-law. "Welcome to our home and hearts, dear Violet." Jttrt at this moment tho old bidy recol lected the presence of Miss Pendle ton, w ho had sat very stiff nnd upright in the corner. She was now formally presented to th' bride, and in n few tiiiuutei .Jetty brought in tho tea things. "1 nm perftcfly ?at!sfled with that loving, Creature, whispered Mrs. Dai lintr, ns, nt the end of the evening, she insisted Miss Pendle ton to put rm her bonnet. "All ir.y divums of a darling adopted child nie realized in Harry's wile. What do ta think abort it, Miss Pendleton ?" "I th'nk it is it curious way of adopting a girl," said the rpinster, drily. "Hut. alier all, when I look at her face. "l doa't bhiuis Harry." As Miss Pendleton wns uncompromising ly opposed to matrimony as a general thing, perhaps this was the most fluttering tribute she could have yielded t Mrs. Dasling's new daughter. MISCELLANEOUS. The War Problem. After a lapse of timr, some one Kts been found competent to set forth the. problem of the rebel dilemma. Wo find it in twenty proposition, which are lmed upon thv leading opinions of North nnd South, find bxou; lit into i)li:ilanx b nn cnterpt i.-: rirr t cotcnijiorary. laich proposition ertublishts a (itianiiary ; nmt tlioti'Mi the rclicllion mav be a powerful fact, it is at ltutt a logical impos-ibility : 1. If they increase their army they cannot feed it. !2. Unless fhey increase their army they ?.ro whipped. 3. U nless tho press speaks out their liner tits ii'e gone 4. It the press speaks out their Govern-, inent will Uj gone. 5. Unices they draft the whole pnnuia- t.'on they must surrender. i7.. If they draft tho wblo population lljey must starve. 7. '.'nless they recover -a,st Tennes-ec they en n get no saltpetre'. S. If l.'u-'y undertake to recover East Ten-ni-see the.'' will get inorc eallpetre than thfv want. 0" Unless th-T free t!:2 ti-groes they've ;notuiii ion to . . , ..... i. i 10. li Ihcy tree t.'C iicgrocr. uie vs nom- in' left te light for. i 1 1. Ever cilice the reb ellion beg.-.tt r.rgroes ', have been failing. I 12. Nevcrthnlesf, their jTcatest lear now is. h t the negroes should ri.-e". 13. Unless Jeff Davis repudiates his prc: ! cut debts he can't borrow from unvbndy. ! 14. If he repudiates, nobody will lend to I him. 13. If lie imrresses load ho turns the J and into a elcsert. 10. Unless ho Impresses food he turns his I min into deserters. I 17. Their can't succeed in the war tin'.:; they have got the means of building rail- roud. 18. They can't get the means of building railroads. IU. If they fight they lose the day. 0. Uulcss they light they lose every elay. I IIOKI.NO FOil Oil. AT Fit A NK LIN. TliO i decrease iu the supply of oil along the vallev of oil Creek, has caused capitalists nnd lirodiicers to turn llieir litti-ntioo lo tl.fl oil territory about Franklin, which hud boiniu a great measure abaudoucd in consequence of the unprecedented yield of the great flowing wells opened from time to time upon the Oil Creek territory. A number of gentlemen doing business at Franklin, have associated with them somo New York and Philadelphia capitalists, end have formed a co-pnUiicrohip known us the "Pennsylvania Petroleum Company," for tho purpose of producing oil. they have pu;c;.:isKi a j laru tract of land on tho river, a eh.;, I i distance above Franklin", and have ord'-rcd ; engines for tho purpose of sinking eielo or i ten new wells. They havo already tubed I uu nlel well, Ured some lime since, which j commenced to flow with such fotco as In j start the seed bag and let down the tuluug. It threw quite a quantity ot clear oil. en tirely free froni water, iuto tho tank, .and over on the ground, nnd gave very promis ing judications that it would, when properly tubed, make a largo flowing well. They aro retubitig it auel have on the ground a lino largo engine. Tho lands purchased wero secured ut a high price, it being the belief of tho couipiniy that wells equal to tho best on Oil Creek, and much more durable, can be obtuiued by boring to u sutlicieut depth. Tho result of this enter prise will bo awaited with great iiittro.t. The Oil Cily Kcytier glfrcs tho follow- ing: A new well has been struck up on Wild cat, adjoining tho Wash. M'Clintoek Farm. It was not tubed at our latest information, but from appearances it is thought it will flow from iiOO to S00 barrels per tiuy. A well flow ing 150 barrels per day, is reported as having been struck on Cherry P.un, Jiuchauan Farm. We have received no continuation of this, however. We have also to report a new well on the Tin r Farm. It is culled the Pennsylvania Oil .Well, and Battler & Co. urn iutireated in it. It flows a stream the full size f the conductor over the top of the derrick. It has not yet been tuutd. Tno Orecn Bny AJttocata ehronh h the death of Charlotte Durcha in the ontniml.td and tiMntu-tuth ear of her sire, hhc was bora Dear Green IStor. passed ihrooth many of tha early Indian wars, and In one defiie (a-r strgks bod k9a tsw srt MJt off. Kt. Holmca Coulribsstloii. Amonrj the! committees of tho Cinciituati Sanitary Fair was one on autographs, whoso business it was to hunt down celebrities all over tho country anil t'o extort from them something in their own handwriting that would satisfy the public craving for this I ,.: r , !,.;, t- A-.. .in n i... t 1'" " w" v,-Ji.. J 'I, 1. VllUU'll llHllil of Eoslon, they rcqulrctl that he should bo funny "over his own signature" for this spe ciai occasion. Ho responded in the follow ing epistle i Koston, December M, 18M. Dear Sir f You ask mo for a list of ques tions in nutnrtil hist'-ry, with answers sub joined for the nsr; of the Instructor. I sub- nut a few, which, I think, will serve your purpose for the proposcel examination of tho scientific class : "I. What animal produces ono of its own parents ? "Answer The beaver, which U well known to construct its own ihn.t. "2. Is tho Dodo extinct ? "Ans. It h not, ns shown by the follow ing bill in my possession : Mr. fj X . Dr. One monu'itl goose, $3 00 Ono Do do a 00 $0 CO ''3. What is the largest quadruped 1 "Ans. The mole of Adrian. "1 What is the lightest quadruped ? "Ana The lynx. Tho lynx weighs less than an vvner. "X. When does n horse stand on six legs ? "Ans. When ho stands o.i his f:ix legs and his tto hind legs uiso. "0. W lint other insect is the bee afraid of? "Apt The bref'e (senM-n bec-UF.) "7. Is the otter of re-ses obtained from that I'nimul w hen feel on other vegetables cabbages, fr ir.sir.ncc ? "Ans. Probably. The musk deer fur nishes his periuuio when fed on iruter u;e lor.n. "S. What itntj-.ricc can jou give of tho cunning pferpents ? "Ans. The simple f:iet that thy secrete their venom where they can lin.d it when u anted. "9: Why do tho above questions nmusc yon mi" than the unswi rs '( "Ans. L'ecp.use the person who nsks the question is the querist. t "As to the other questions about which you ask my opinion, my answer must be brief. "Eighteen hourV 'idy out cfihe twenty fot.r is too much, I think, fr eh li'-a'.' yotrg persons. It eloes i:ot allow t-'jliicieiit time for shop. le'Ciealion nnd meals.. "I doubt about the iittrodticii'in of cttpit'd pur.ishinent in a part ot" tilt t.i .linrv rollege dh'ciplir.e. Iv wiil have a good e'". t o:i the survivors, no doubt. 'i.tvi it fni::m. H'.-i.-iii-.s," Pev, Thuiiiiis H. KtO'toti, D. !., late chairl.tin Inli'it.w, l;:i resumed hi.-j la'uors ! a ; p istor ui' lite church f t!; New Testa ! i-ft'f, I'liiladflphiti. The orgat:i;.l ion is i ui'.iqiie1;,- conii;iiti'i. It c!::itl:S (o I g t,:i ', ir.dopimt'tiit ( vanyi 'ii; al cofregutioa on 1 diiivoi'itig f ;!.) its iiuiy in iis own spbi'te, elesiiing toco "ji ttite with id! the churches ; in all good woiks, and wit ting iu the ! providi'iic" .'.r.d glare of Cod for s'.tppuit t.nd ruecess. : A New York reli; ! England, Ilroihcr I ioi: wei kly says in ni.tus continues hh ef'.'oets for cst.ih!"..--!.i:; iu the church of j England, a Eii. die'.ine brotherhood. The ; aged lUdiop of Exeter, has forbidden nil ! tlei'g nie-ii ofhU "iioce.-e to allow Pro thcr Igtif.tus to officiate in any of the i thun.ilc;;. ' The Jews in Morocco have been sorely ' persecuted, hut t!:u well known Jewish Philanthropist. Sir M'.xes Mmtel'iori, hn-i ) I'ccclUiy rucee-eeled, with the aid of the i guYciiiinetils of England, France, Italy mid ' the United States, in putting a slop to it. f Notwithstanding that Dr. Oolenso refuses to acknowledge the jurisdiction of the Pishoii of Cape Town, he litis sent iu u ! species of pica, and has appointed n:i cdvo- . ci.le, or at h ast a rvprcscutativn -1,rttc.rtl.. - : . bi! present at the trial, and whom report I tatts to be Kociuhin ! ! It. is said the Not Ih IJapt.si church, cf i P'uilac'elphi i, of which Hev. AV. S. Hull is : pastor, ijas sent ono hundred and nineteen j of its nii:ujbe:.i into the army. ! I lev. Mr. Bliss tho agent of the American ' Rib-la Si-ioty in Turkey, conlirms tlie st.ite . mtnt thnt tlio tUthau is a dilligeut reader of tho ISiblc qf!?- Tiio Southern papers don't liko to ' admit that slavery is a dead Institutions ns they have themselves representee.. They j still cling to the corpse. Northern readers will guard themst-ivbi ! more carefully in future against "sensations" ! from the South.' The remarkable mrugraph I from tliu l!ithino:;d ilVio, viz.: "M'mwjtisi ift&V'i '' to !V'li. '. dec, turns out to he an unmitiouted atnurd. So far from think- ing thai aluverv has committed "tho un- p.trdoitablu sin," tho Witty tissumes that slavery doesn't need In ask pardon of any body, and avows tiiat when iho war is over eery Ytndee thoitlJ l tuade a tlorefir , and made to wear an iron collar, as a baelgo of inferiority to the African. A Lcttkii from Naples, of the 14th ultimo, inys: '-Vesuvius has now bueime covered with snow, and presents the iippeiirtiueo of a su..ir-lout. fi is a vut eone, fniile vi l.ilo ftoui tho suiiiiiiit lo Iho base. We liuve aliKi a uinil su C'-ld tbul II nips tho tttee, and an "lie niibl t'aney hiuiself ai ib hi of Ml Viso, in the midst of tin) snows of ihe Alps." , Tub New Aus.uk i Colors. W'ijconain is fill Inn her quota stiih Indians. Alloolora aro aeocpt aoie now. our tri-olor being -hite, bUok and red, nbilu out -money is (,'rten, and our nnitoriu is blue, mil h un.ro or ItxCi of yellow liiiniuiiigs uud onmuieuls. 'I'll- rctulf, iu if I" show that they biti o hoooiuo too f-cble to ti 'Ut u-ucli uicie to much purpose, and aro o'd in "t luui, figure mostly in nivy.liosivu 'Fwnerijit. Ui.. Pops has issued instructions lo Gens, fvbley and X-ihy for a spiinK esuipsiu. The plan embra ces military post, on Ibo fioniivr, anuibi-r expediuuu agatnsi me Losiue uauu-, aou tue vaotuiiroiiiyu ui unlilary ihisLs alonK the route lo the gold regions of ii. '.i : r. .. u: .i. .....ii. ... it. ........ i-iauo, me uun t. "t mivu. niynuu. i ofarolurued einiraul, cubltliea In the ot. 1 aul Pr, sull Ito-lue iioiih gold to pay Ibo iularcst uu lb two luousund uiillious of M,ir debt. The lnw deirivipc cd.jred persutu) of tbS rl0-h' to teule in lout a bus lk.en reealed. TTe byn-iutb. arc in blocra at Tiek.bur-, and the soliliws .ly m O.e ruen ((tat., it uie as ajrs bnv iuri a uow lj erop. At Walloon, IPinoli, on r'aiurlay, a drunken soliier a'teiiipte i to lot -a a eilinn unmed t u-rein lotikii Ilia eaib of ultej'suJe Tt.:U"' d.i,il i u.,, L,v..i ... m ihe ioL: aju.. aul ... . .. L. ik. . Ii...k.jliim Am,, i TS 1 nii..d Ij iba I li.u t-xvigs w get tba bow. lie I trill ss-ssisttl twj. . i he Carrut I 'air. A general desire scents to be awakcnii g throughout Pennsylvania, ns well as i;t some pnrts of New Jersey and Delaware, (which now indeed belong to tho Pennsylvania Hraticli of tho Sanitary Commission), Hint a Pair should bo held hero on a hu ge nnd ef fective scale, for thu benelit of tho general cause. If this tlesign is carried out, ns sr-euis bko to be cu..-e, we l'cel sure tii.it Pennsylva nia will bo in no degren benind her sister Istuie-s of tho North and West, in tho energy and libeiaiity with which sho will respond to on appeal which comrs home 8J clode-'j every huniaiic ar.d loyal heart. 'fiivj lir.'t concept ion nnd execution rf a Fair on such an immer.io (Hale, brlongs, without question, to the people of Chicago: uii'.nig wuotn two lailie", women of lngli 1 cultivation, bf devoted lojnlty, nnd of in cluuiii.iLIe energy, stand nobly conspicuous; j und tliu result ot their exertion furnishes a standing proof of tho vast amount of good I which may le ell'ected by a few well-quali-ti"d and thoroughly devotcel persons. One j of these, ladies, with whom iL was lately our ' privilege to be associated iora time, fa v Ted ; us w itii various interesting details as to their i manner of working, which we should be glad every woi.tn in Pennsylvrnia Could iifttr. (tie little iiii idtnt may be worth fe inting here, ns showi.ig how much onu wo 1 man can do iu a short time, when her heart ! is in the work before her. Mrs. 11 , cf i Chitiigu, w role to a friend in Pittsburg; j "Our great Pair will be hild here in tlirco I weeks. A hat evu yt dolor us in Pitts burg f" Miss M. replied, that ohe, for one, I woukl do all tho could; ami go clVeCtUal j were her exertions ; thai in h'ss than tho three weeks prefciiU d, she nue'i iur fiienda ' forwarded to t, iiicago two freight cars of .twenty lout each packed with goods i.f every description tine cut glass n:,. I china : dry goods, plated ware, woolen work, kr.it ; tin I woven, and Counlleis o'.h'r uviicles ; cnutributfd n donations t'-;i;i all kinds and I clashes of people. The articles given, varied in size aud value frotti r. pi::-ci:sliion up to a sieaiu engitu. Ono gentleman answered j Miss M.'sY.ppcnl by liie present of a steel j , breach-loading cjiniiou ; another sent "the j . largest sheet of iron ever rolled in the world." These laid l" ni titles were of rout so not included iu the two car loads, but were sent on trucks separately. The working , men iu one of the lacloiie-F, made aud con ' till. i, led a luge steam engine; this farmers sent long tr air.s of wagons loaded down with p-(nu';e, "poultry, eggs, Vegetables, grin, tlour, gree.t ioiia. of hay from many . inilci di-tance, and butler nnd cheese by the ! ti-:i ;" the mechanic agave machines, ploughs and reapers, uml thrashing machine::, anel ' eduVus stln i pumps, ftilel ce.'UiillesS ether , things, til! .1 hew building had to bo crectsel ' to reeeive them. Tlie merch'tjsts and trudes-11- -li Miit block-tin, hides; leather, boxes of ! st;.Lioiiery, booi;s by the case, tulognc bv 'he , l::.!M-l. i,:tii: w'.r.j in cak, r.nd pttriutd ; '.. I oil .y (he lltottsan I 'I l.e ioyu! wi'liu n wo :;! s.-nt Case niter f :U rui.ons. Ltd day at'.' cf U'it g 1 night, annenls, itiid r.ee llo-iitii!; ; and all, in I': t, without I liooie-ol i . ; distinction of age or sex, threw I with earnest hearts into the wor' Un'.K-'hdt'jii. att'l m-hived, US the th'-v had f eieserveil le :i sph-tidid se ( - -. ui::, it we do as inv.eii in Pennsylvania ? V.'e have liie h.ians, aud we have the patri otism here s.irtiy the tnrriy will not be wauling ! I.'-t the women of our Slate tT, in humane anel genen its rivalry, to out do cvta their sisters of Chicago ; "mid let our men, who have already responded so no: ly no'ly to the j them. lenittnd their eoiinliy has made On cvtue forward freelv ej'.v, to the help of their s:ns iitnl brothers stiffering and dying on lie,.h foiiht battle-fields, and in roe-h livid bospitais far tiwav, wlit-re poor and sea'.ty eid cap rtacli tiiem, and (where they may else sir.k and pciisli lot ! Vtfitit of the succors trc might help to send j them now. I PlIKKNOt.GtiSKAI. Kakactcu of Mr. Matk ! Milherry, K.-q., Oiven at tho oflis of Prof. Joi-ii JJiliiiifj.--, parktikal phieuo.ogis, price !i. I Aniiliv'io 111; Sst'.-ba onf V,.o ft lior- net's ikss. Yen uufht tew bo able to luv leu oil-he lew ot id'ie to luv man b.t.iilee with yo;,r bump at will never be a widuerer long ; : tho hole hum I oust. You . ma cniiy. .,,ii'.iier.s ll uuo: '-in iiiu i:ii;iai u. k.,i...,.i:.i UL-..U liko .i dimnin. kratik bump, too. Mennv a man bus got tu be k'M'.-liible with half yure bump, Komb.itifness SK'igliluaily, very piuch. Yu might light a wimiaii, but nil match. I shud like tew let on tho Woman. This bump wants poultising. Vittless Pi thunder what a bump! I bimd think u cud cat u boss and curt, ami chase tho driver three mile:!, without enny praktis. Thunder und Lightning 1 what a bump! Let Ihiruum git his hand on this bump and yurc fortiu is uiauc. What a bump ! w lint it bump '. Musik A swe-t't pretty bump. About the sie ov a lima bean. If I had tins bump I wud buy mo it juise hnrp, und wander anions the' rocky mountains. Poll my word, Mr. Milherry, my advis is, nuss this bump. fjiceiibiieivs Well tlevvloped. geor gour bump. A fertin to enny num. Yu kant help but die ritch, if this bump don't go back on y ii. Oeorgeoiis bump! happen man! die when you feel liko it, deth won't htiV er.ny sorrows for yhro relabhuns that thio bump won't heal. Vf.stii.at.on or Plpiiohms. Two per sons oecupyiiig ihe same bedroom will weigh at least a pound lcs in the morning than ut night. '1 his i ewhif to the escape of mallet that has passed oil' in the mean time tbfough the skin and lungs. The exhalation is carbonic ncid gas, which is poisouous. This is dili'tisetl in the air of absorlied by the bed' lothes. The fact suggests tho necessity for ventilating sleep ing rooms, mill r.i;ing bedelothes in tho morning before making a bed. M. Dt'VAi t., a machinist, formerly of .Maryland, was recently furnished by tho rebel Secretary of War, with u pus for himself, wife and child, to come north from Richmond. For I hie pass ho was eil'ercd large sums by several parlies, who wero doubtless anxious to dodge the rebel con scription, and one man, reported to bo worth thirty thousand dollars, offered him ull that ho w,,s worth for it. Zink Vesski.. Tho "Journal dm dobuU ny : "A largo portion of tho public do uot seem to be aware thut the uae of tuc vessels for tlomrstin purposes is extremely tlauger oos. Viut-Ksr, culer, wine, and in fait, all acids which have reiuniuod in zinc, Uoome poi tins nu.re or loss violent ; this is sven the rise with milk, whirli contains luetic acid. Vaiiona earts of Mukiiess havo oscur red, ths taiiaeot which bus leen clearly traced to tho uao of wuk that ka txa ia coBtm-t wiii) Utk acul. t Ooi.n and Sii.vkh QrjAivrz vnot Idaho. Tho Commissioner of the General Land Odico on Saturday received a number of specimens' of gold anel silver quartz from Mio Oro Finiu Iiad, on n branch of the Owyhee River, in Idaho Territory. The lend from which tho specimens were taken is described ns nvcraging sis feet in w ielth, and has been prospected ns being fully r.s rich ns tho far famed Washoe miues. Tho nichmofrel Wh'g of Wednesday has a synopsis of tint report of tho Confederate States frwisuryt, In response to a resolution of the Senate, from which it appears that the futfded debt is f 207.87t.OOO ; call certifi cates , r!J&,000,000; iuterest-beiiring treasury notes, $102,000,000; not interest trctvury notes, $720,000,000; !oi tho ninouut ct treasury notes on hand t'207,000,070.- Tito dissatisfaction cf Lee'3 army in conse quence of reported reduction in their rations lias renetie'l sueti ft point ns to requiro tno j commander to issue a general order appeal ing to their ptorioiism and to their religiou to prevent mutiny. j Tii.j LiTTi.n Giant Sf.wiso Mac?tine. I Tho public wili not fail to take note of T. S-1 Page's carel in this Week's Farmer. The "Littlo Grant," lias received many common elation by those who have used i:. Onh t 1 'armcr. The stortl-pot U prevailing to an -farming j extent ill Jforicnn, it oiiaaw Places of bu i- j tii' have becu eluEcJ, and great exuiterucut pic- ; T'in fcfr.eans at Purl have eon'rlbutml $7.0e0 holding a cuiitcrt Pr luu b'.'uitie of iLo Cotuuiia tton. Tar. Tpf-.:ito CI lo';a reports (be Jiseoeery of (o!il in lm ir (ininilities on tias niilc of (ha llocky' Mooitiiiw, wiinia liritish territory. It -""us disjuvcre'l by Au'ierit-au UiiuiK, til.o'aro tloekinj to tho locuii- ! T: ! Nerrt of rebel priicnors of wrt now In cur ; I ?i ii tul" i-j nj.v.nuis nf fni-.-ix tbous.itnl alal il.rec ! i tti('i..-ii:iil i-iiiu,ii-.-iiii:C't i ttieeri1, an-1 liotweeu t'-rty i ' rml t''"-iy-!ivo tliou:utid uuti-coti:aiiaaiont-d eiliceis ' ai.. etilibicu liicu. V.'ashok unit bo a very nlnnnl ri.lene fr a I ttioM iim;:, n:e :-t lintr to the Virginia City Lulie'.in. j wliLIi euyi : "OiiSalurday ni;lr. !t.st He'raw aruun-l I the itovt ; Ibp.ir'.', wniuan itieuii'lves, no .:$ j t '..on 'iv.' urn nho bad oiwli kulti a u.au iwiuin ibu I p:L-l live !i:ei::li'. ' ! l;r.:.i:t. 7ji-.s:riTKi;s. A ulspatdi to the Cbinso I jril tic:, f.iys (ienen.l Tbulnns' eliUf of flotr, eiin. ' Wh:pple. reeer.tly statdl tla.t ovr seventy-three hui.ili'i-il deerlvr. from limb's army hud cnuie into J our linos fii-e Oetobor "iu, as tliown by tlio rolls. They veto principally from Kec'--ky togim uli'.a. I 'iuc uuuiber now arriving i. unuui'lly large. The knitting-mills r.t Seneca Pulis, ;:i thia ste.lc, now luin out ten thousand p;urj cf j army hose a day. ! Some pe.thologi-ti thiitn thnt tlipthcria j has been oecosioned by the httroduuli js and J Use of keroseae oil. Insanity, in.ltwd by exposure, !s preva- lent in the wes'cra ai'tule;.. Twenty-live hisine c-oldiers we-ie sent to Cincinnati a , few day? tlui'e; The T.'iel.'gnn T.cgidntvrc proposes to np i propri'tte fa,30e towards laying out r.ud 1 hctif.tit'jtng that part of the Gcttysbv j -',-ulL'u'rJ' illutteil to that State. I Tobacco of good quality from Mnr '.r. ' seed has boon raised in t'a'ufiiiiia. Generr.l Dnmolit, incmber of Cofigress from Indiana, is the f':;'.her of nineteen children, teu of whom cauiB iuta the world in couples. ' " '""""'"rf i.iien . i;j iiie , seiiooouasier was receuiiy posieii on ti'e I ('"or a school-hou; tear Frankfort, hren- i '''oy : , onss. o swnrin, cursin or runnta a i l'owt or hollorlti m lUu ecul." AGRICULTURAL. Cir::t'tiua' (Ho 4ar:tit-. j Ther: hns been printed f.otu time to thrtc, j in our columns, very valuable information I oa tlQ ui jcct of grafting tho grape, from our friends and correspondents, Mr. J. 15. ! ! barber, of Lancaster county, und Mr. Sam w .., ..mv ,,- , j uel Miller, of Lebanon county, both which j rrcr.tlcmcn havo had liirge experience in the j i.t;..c No one who Li3 read tho result ... r , . ot tUir operations can for a moment doubt the cipcriority of grafting the gre.pc, w here tho stocks uro on hand, to planting the j vines. And as the I et season is again r.t hand whim this procces may be pursued, wc i give below the modus oj.-r'u.'m'i of tlie gcu- tlemcu above tiameil.' MP. GARnr.H. ' "I perform tho opcratiou entirely under ground, ftud It rightly done,-, it is as simple und ceitair. as ftratting tho appie or pear. I remove tho earth nrounel the stock ; it the stock u likely to split free, saw it off some i four to six inches under tho surface of the j ground ; sidit it open, stick in or.e or two I grafts, cut in wedge form with a sharp knife j tie f'gh''y with bn-s around the stock to keep the grafts iu place ; cover up with fine soile and iiuiicti wen witu suori nay or any loose rubbiah to keep tl.u soil moUt, and thu diving windj from reaching tho grafts. Should th stock not spiit freely nt the pro per place,' which Ij often the C.) with seed ling pluuts 1 then cut off the roots all arouni! the piant, throw away the stock; and turn up and graft the roots, if no thicker than a pipe s-H-m, to uny thickness above that. In this way 1 sometimes havo three or a half a doen plants growing iu a bunch, a few inches iipart. sjometimes I cut off a binuch, graft, tie tightly and lay it under ground the same as roots. I never use cement, as I believe it to bo rather all injury thau a bene lit; as any cement thut could bo Upplied uouid not cheek the bleeding ; nnd n, to outward moisture, the more the better. Pven cuttings are sometimes struck in puro w titer alone. All this., favorable, I would prefer tho lust of February U early in March, to give the grafts tho LeueSt of tho whole feu son's grow th say toi'.io tour to six weeks be fore thfl sap etui in. Or, laot of May to uid tllo of June, after tho sap ceases to llow. In the latter case tho graft must be kept back, b being placed in slightly dump Saud, earth or moss, und kept, say, in a box bin cellar. "To give you some futts from my expe rience, may say that last year (lstli), I graft td twenty-eight :iiitiest twcnty.severt nro now grow hut, and ths one that failed wns simply o"i"i- to the fact thnt the roots die! aud the ginlt hud to die cf course. 1 did moat of the giafting in early March, yet oue graft a t so hits as tho 2ita of Jane, and is now (May 2a, 1803, showing several embryo bunches cf Iruit I More thuu half of those 0 rafted last yesr aro now showing from tureo or four to twenty aud thirty buuees of fruit. Aftw did not males wood itrtog uensgh to UJ (roil Utia jar." Clakkbtixo Honsi'.s f:r Wi-ctfA. Thii is often wrongly done. When tho horso becomes heated by hard labor and long trutfelinjf, the blanket is thrown on' his back rt once, the vapor steams up from his hot sides, becomes eoneienscel and wets the blanket, anel as the horse continues to cool tho cold and wet covering is of littlo use. A bettor way is to allow tho nnlmal to stand unooverrd for a few minutes, (s longer or shorter peiioel, according to circuaislniitcs,) until cooled tlov.u to ubout tho Ordinary temperature, but not in any degree towards chilliness; then throw on the cl'ry blanket. Tun Citeaiiest Pood. The cheapest anil most nutritious vegetable used for food i-c beans. Professor Liebig says that pork nnd beans form n compound of substitutes pecu liarly Adrpted to furnish all thnt ij necessary to support life. A quart of beans costs, in Cambridge, eight cents; half a pound of pork, six eentn. This, as every honschecpo knows, will feed n small family for a day with good, strengthening food. Four quart's of beans' and two poiindt: of corned beef, boili-d to rags in fifty quarts of water, will fii.Tiisfc n gooel meal to ibny men at a cost cf lifty ceuls ono cent aud a quarter a meal. Ci.ovr.n Hav kou Ilorsnn. Dr. McClura is one of the leading veterinary surgeons of Philadelphia, and wo m:iy add, of tho Unittel Slates. His opinion,- therefore, on any matter connected with the food und health of the horso-, can be tjcrotcii with confidence. In a recent nrticie in tho Citlt't riet '. hu tihocntis thrj:tli,fjf,fchjK Kay to 1 "''', and flunks it would prevent a tlisenso now prevailing among tho horses of thin ci'y, during which they1 will not cat timothy nay; nut mat it is dtiiicuit to oKutn clover hay, so littlo of it being brought to market. li'iriiianlorii 'lU'jii'h. i K C I P E S. & C i Ccrtrj von FiiosTr.tTi:. lt.tw cotton and I castor-oil have restored frost bitten limbs , when amputation was thought to be r.eces ' sary to preserve liiV. Tho cure is saiu to bo infallible. , Tn.i PnFtT))!NT,:t PudetSs. One pint of ; ticc bread crumbs to one quart cf re.iik, ono cup of sugar, tho polk of four eggs beaten, ' the grateel rind ol a lcm::i, a piece oT butter i tho sia of an egg. Pake tii.til done, Imt : not. Wiit err. Whip tho whiten of tile i'L'irs 1 ftiff, and f cat in a teacup ofsiiir iu whie'i 'has been stirred thejiiiec c.fthe lemon, j Spread over tho pudding a layer cf jelly or ' any s-.vectuiects jou prefer; I 'our this v.liite-i of the eggs over this and replace in the overt : aud bako lightly. Tube eaten with cold ! cream. j To DrtTi.'CT CnrrEii ts Firirtrs on Gnnr.x Tea. Put n few leaver of the tea, or somo 'of tho pickles cet small, i.iio a vial with two t'nreo drtichnsn of liquid ammonia, diluted with cne-haif tho quantity nf water. Shade tho vial- when, if the ir.i'it m'.uuta ! portion of copper is preseat, tho iiq'tii wiil ; IlialltllO a fitio blue color. 3d st'.vs att "cx i chngo." J: it tint elillleu'.i to try." j Sort's. Tlio season for scntpi Inn coma 'round agaiii. It ii surprising how four j families make use cf this most palatable and I economical nrtitio Of diet. A bono of beef or r.v.it'o ii, a part of a fowl, cr a pound cf any fresh tnett, iroper!y prepare 1 with : vegetables nslil ecascned, w ill, it' :;i(x!y got j ten up, servo more K.ilwltic'ori!;,' font tiiuner : thau many a ono that is served nt a greater ! cost. Ot whatever, meat s nip is t bo 1 prepared it t-hould be carefully w a-'ned, not ! snaked, and then placed in water quitn cold I bringing this, very slew!;.-, fo a cold. If j boiled nf nil, it should be only aacr a Ion" i r.immering. This 'will bring out r.'.i thg i tintuia'i juice cf the tneiit so tlii.it, when ready j for the seasoning, tmd such vegetables n"i ' you cl.'Cose, to add, the scraps of meat may all bo skiiauicJout without loss.--- Fur- i..tr. Hommost Cakes. fake ivrn parts of well-boiled hommony, ono part mashed po tatoes ; add as much lloitr and milk aa will render the r.u.xturc stiff enough to be drop pod readily from a laro 'spoon. Have - , .1 . ... . . pun, fry brown, servo hot, ant enough lard boiling hot tn float them. Stir into tho unci eat with butter, or. if preferred, su-'at and cinnamon i or nutmeg. They aro not oniy palatable, I but dccidedlv more wholcooiuc" aud nutri tious thiiii ordinary frUtcr.i. A Goon SrESTtTrri; ron PtcKwni;T C.Ki;s. To three pints of warm w nter add, a dessert' sinouful of salt, three table spoon fuls of good yenst, nnd stir in middlings icoarjo llour) to the coni.-.tcucy of thiol: 1 'liter; let it stand over uight. and if a littlo sonr in tho morning, add a little soda dia solvcd in warm water, aud bake as you would any other pancakes. They aro a nice, healthy ,iih for breakfast, auel uot so in jurious iis buckwheat. Try tlieiu. FiiozEx Pumps. Almost every one knows what a vexation it is to havo a pump frozen solid on a cold w inter morning. This, may bo obviated by selling u headle-s barrel nround it nr.J fi!!iu iL with horo me.uure mixed w ith strawy litter. A littlo care in this particular will save much tiaio spent ia "thawing out." Chhap Cinnn ViNKc.An. Tako tho wntcr in w hich dried apples aro washed and soak ed, and after caretuiiy straining, put it in a vcee! ; mid a pouuel of sugar, or its equiva lent In Molasses. TuEr.TURsr op lltccrp. This may often be removed by holding tho breath, by swul lowing a piece of bread, by a sudeten fright, or a eiraught of weak liquid. When is arises from her.t and acidity iu the stomach of children, a little rhubarb and chalk will remove it. Should it proceed from irrita bility of tho nerves, tako a few drops of sitl vuluitlo, with a teaspoonful of paregoric elixir. If it still coutinuo, nib on u.ij liniment, mi a is I with tincture of opium, or i a b!!:ter may be placed on tho pit cf tho stomach, or sipping a glass of ci ld w.tler witti IX little cuibouato tf soia liUsoived in it. Curb fou Small. Pox. The German Ro foiiue I M'wsenper has received a lettir from a friend in China, iu which it is slated a givnteilUeovery is reported to ha0 been re cently tuado by a surgeon of the KuglUU army in t'hiua, in tho w ay of tut effectual euro of small pox. Tho uio.lo of treatment is as billows : When the preceding fever it at its height, and just before tha eruption appears, tno viiiett is rubbed with croton oil and tartaric ointment. This causes thu whole of tao corruption tj appear on that Furt of tho tody, to the relict of the rest, t alto secures a lull and completa eruption, and thus prevents tho discus; front utUcking tlitt lutoriiid organs. This is arid tu bo now tho tsubluhid moda tf treatment iu tu fioglUh army ia China, by general ordts. ana W ncarnoa m a