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J»:--' ♦ i **mmm ■ »? *4-' ii. w. A -tf;j S3 &r iWS - ®.-*j ir MIDDLETOWN, NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DELAWARE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18,1871. VOL. IV. THE HVMPTOMS of Liver t.VmpInlm ntr unvaainr*« und |w!n I« »Hr* aid«*, fl*mu iliiwfl tiw? |»i»lu la In th«* MHMMHBb* •houltltvr, «m! ia mint« ken for t ll « in mtl»lH. The vtumat h Is aftrcnn! with loss of n|»|K*tit* and aiekinw, 1 h»wIs In grncml cotlW«, aomrlltm*« altortuitiuff with lax. Thr iNwd la trotiltltd * ith |**in. him! dull, he*iv? pom tloNi cwni dmblv fawi of nwuwry, «*-tT»mp«n'.",l with |utlnDil ntiPiiilon* of hn' »i|r k'ft ttndonn aumv* thi*i* which wiffht n»h«tv" *1om*. «»ftew r«mf»lt«i»i in K of wTuknca», efeMlity \ of Ihr aliovc SIMMONS' LIVER .and low W4>! rt to. ftoUMtlaK* in. . i Symptom» attend the iii.i*i!sr, nM nt ulh«-r linn-» verv ft-w of thru,. b»i rtw liver I« geneiuily Hie .organ mo»i Inwlewt. Core (he liver will. 3DII. SUMMONS' Liter Regulator, % TURPAIIATION <»F ROOTS AND HERRS, warrant«! to hf »trlrlly vegetable, md can do i no inlnry to any one. It has !<wii ua«'d by hundr.-d«. a the lust thlrtv-ftvc \ lifttdr, etBrartoti* and lutrtnlt s* |»n*|ian»ti«nn' **v» r ! oflcivl to thr suffering. If taken reaitbirly ant liersUtciitlv.it is »un* to turc lUs|i*|i«ia. b»*i«l I at lie. j.iiiiidttr. tofiiivcu Isi**k hi ad.t«'lic. t lii'onif dial I rheon, affect loua of »In Und- | I der, eninj» dy- n*ci • lion* nf the kidittv. , nervousn«**. chills, dise*»*«** of the skin, in»|«u of the Hood, melancholy, or deprerden of tfd lieartbitrn, colic, or pains in tie* the head, fever and ague, dropsy, hoiltt, pal ; \u back and lient», asthma, orysipela«-, ff u iftlc* af fectlon«. and Mliou* dlsenwe c-*.mtb P repared only by J. V.. /.Kll.lN' k CO.. Druggiits, Mar fiend for a Circular, frhc $l : by mail $1 j:> For aal« by CIIAttî.KS TATMAN. J«. tier. 24—iy. Middleton ». Del. ! I RBOCLATUR. rv. nflcf- i vs. fever ! fis. pain ; n O-EO. W. INGRAM & CO. | Brokers ft Real Estate Agents, ' i Rlt«\D ITKF.KT ABOVE HAIS. Middletown. Delaware, y^TTKSI* PROMPTLY TO TIIK ('t)LI.Kt*- | ' Tln.N or NOTES, DRAFTS. BILLS, fto. kc HBfiOTlATE LOANS. lM RC'IIASE k SEU STOCKS ON COMMISSION, And (.ffer f««r «ate Valuable Real Estate. Comprising some of the most dcsirald#* I'artn* the IVnln*»il». mi! not it «lcd. i»n Corrrspomlrnec Ly lion to the* following mum 2 Tfefrr by permit gentlemen : Aioin|«.- ' lion U. ('. Ilotldav, S. of f-'tate, Its, Md. W. It. Iter,hols. Jlcmplii. U Kt I*aso I'-oih. , Haitroad N.Y. U. Atklnstoi. Hnnker. -tl tirond st. N. V lion. Richer.! Heliell. f.o U'ett " _ ' Col. Illiinlon Dorn .in l.oiti-i Ky. tiro. Heir. Adi. Urneral, llulilmon-. Mil Mill.. Ii. » }«' 0 . W. Kftr*t»rr, J. W. Vnn.feffriB. Sevfrrt. M"M' Pi.il ideipllio. « k Co. (l.ii. U.it .Tt I'llllerMO, PM! i Nnt. It oik li. I\ Clmlleuo, eh U—If Highly Important Discovery. R. SIMMS, of Wiltiiinutoti. D"! bn* .lu«««v ereil »» pinnt, tlir «'Wflilitil t î il«** «ut* •»! «, t»i«b in comUimtion will* other ran* liiffro«ll«*iit*. known only caiih* the hnir to prow ill irk it It** feilen off mane oi*e* where fever In»* thoHftir.it bn* re*tore«l it fest, lu »eventI «• th® hnir to «Il B» former fullne«*. tor h»* preiKired »» prepamti the nmne of Hotnnlc Hnir Tonic, I« ue the preparation Addition of till* discovery. It i* not » h.o orer as i* penemlly offered for a«»l**. but «1 root* of the linir. Bo il Ii the ret «I it i I) ">, ;.! r. will poMtiuli i Hlld liPHKtilul W lo* ' » thin. Ill to the di»«'iivc I he «•«l the lo** in wooderfulh ; I it Im* ie*toî"d « of Imldio* A* the Do« - : • ear*. Hlld.. 1 I ill «-until . with it «1er the »«toe the »calp action natural color *ce growth. It cure» di*r» r ally perfumed fair trial will qtmlltiM. d • «»f tin- ! «1 i* Aspletidt J hniriln*»*« • of it* pre convince miv Sold Whohtiile and IL t >il nt FOURTH k KING STS. Wilmington, Del. For sat. by WM, It HA It It Mi.t.lli «i.n, Drt. end by dealers In inedirines genernlty. sept 2—3m BOWERS' Complete Mnntve. MADR rttOM Super-Phofiphate of Lime, Ammonin and Potash. _ __ R«nltor*llttii, nd« ■Iffifit im %um»Uy l® *»r »»fe **•••• lffi| IH® last r»"* Experiewoe In the u*c of " BOWBftS' TOM FLRTK Jl ANCRE," bv the lout farmer, of IViin sylvasU, Be« Jewry, IWawnrr. Maryland, and *■* Cotton StetM, has reawltnl in proving 1 1 to l.r THE BEST FERTILIZER «OrntHKD FUR SALE. HENRY BOWER. MAXl'rACTt'HINU lilKWIST, *nr'> rw?r *■* amitoa.iFMa DIXON 8HARPLB8« * CO. 40 ftOCVff DMLAWARH ATCM'I, flULADKLPBIA. Aon r*, And For 8*1* bv nil loading dealon. JOHN OTTO. OTTO & BUTZ, WffOLEiALE TOBACCO HOUSE, af all kiada of JOHN BUTZ. .mi.:* CIGARS, I ] v* r i 7-30 GOLD LOAN or TV! Northern Pacifia Railroad Company. na|tl*l Profrcss or (ho Work. ?|^IIK Imilding of theNorlherti Pacific Railroad. A (l**gun July Infi,) is Mnff pushed forward with gre.it energy from *•« 'h extremities of the line. .Seven thousand mm .»rt nestitn nnd on the Pin-ifL- cot.»« nearly completed 26*; miles wcetwnrd from Lake Superior : li ins un* running IJIO mi!« > of Hh ished road, and truck-laying is progrvasing to* war<U the easln n l»t»rdi r of Dakot t Im liiding pi.rcli ie of the St. Paul k Pacific Road, the No* ih«*rn Pacific Conip.in v now has 413 mih-s «»t completed road, and Im Scptcnd.cr nest this will l«e inervaseil to at least BOO. A UOUD INVESTMENT. Jar Cooks à Co •ding, and unhesitatingly recommend, as a profitai!« and |*crftcl!y safe in ritt nient, the Eirst Moiigage l..«ii«l (fiKiit Uold Bond,, of the fi«- Railroad ( oinpain . They have and Three-Tenths than 8 per rent, «■d l*y first and only i.«d and itaeqiiipineuts, It'tid. on to every mile of Tliev ' • employe«! in M in *t. The «rade ii , i '* ! | I 1 , l^nr ! aohl int (>" î ! art' set » lie ( till orlpilj; ! lid «Im., a« fast a* ll.f V« RE I LAN I torch fit.nr.o !!,md. I' N. Tax : pr ; .,«•»,»:» ! und int. -od; ùelioinluation* ; " i«giwu*t<.(! r ÿK'O to I 'rack. ti . (la ;• It lo. i ' ! I.ASi)S rOti UO.YftS nt at alt ti ',«•< r« Northern Pacilic ; i vaille t 1 |»cr ; tor tl»*' Cornpa I». nl< par. »•» . î their to - b prices. This ds. 0 •n tin pl.tciicnliv « Ing land it« ranu. .N7.VA7.Yf/ Ft M> The pnaved* t.f all sales of lands are mjHired to Lc «Ii tel «» tho pur t have an«! tin Hon uf t • l-irsl Mortuaire 1 of tlie : B !.a of I ll nipanv The I ura I IXtcfd* fillV •s. This i t n « aitiking î ill uutihtciDy cancel llie pi p il «»I lin* t «ir; In- . Wnli tin » Loiulfd tifl.t la fore ;! t dl 1 !»i,li r ue ol r T «|I»U* lo lliC n y I* | ; . Ill,... is ' »!*'. vvlli.-ll |4 int I FA » 7/.I A7//.N •; of lias- in* "•pH »»"• !e or *;.fi pn.lll |K*..| ' /•7I7.WII / vrits / i The un« , •» l*'». A* Cuiic«! • n.n«lcr | P''ufli. au. I ^ii.ulj ' M . Ii Eivr-Tw It : Mu If* 0 pci Non I l*.t 1» .t i lo li i'.'lionu* ! i i*my llici rum r.rr nuns «rkc*. Ho ; I «I ll io v ». N I he VII I < t nd . . pi it ••ill« S« Ho 1'TK.v imijev I* ; »ds n i Midir» I, ..I I t V the Injum i t! Full I •I i |d«M • 'I • I» ih. d » •Ulj lui •B' id, i •ti .lO|l > Mi LEA U .L SON. Ikinl.crJ and f*iiiei|'«l A.• nt-* f««r DHuivarc, •i iauikM Siteci, Wiliniupti.n. No. For *a!e at thr Ciiijnn * National lL.i.k, Miildlc 1 >J w i» . nuj* c Yimi.\(4j<:s no-top nrtKJi i;s. CARUIAUNH, BUGQIES. (.WRRfAUBB JENNY LINDS. ( ' AKHI AG MS, ROCKAVVAYS. * ' , . TOP • ■ CAllIU AfrKS. -I unip'Hi at ! >< icivt CAlllU AUKS. ;.! FAMILY CARRIAGES. CAIUUAUK 8 OF EVERY STYLE AND FINISH. i ' WllVfi. ; « : 1 C A KHI AG ES io Suit Everybody, at J. M "UX & IIIIO.'S i Miiblteinwii. Del. |the bitter root K IM I.fg. 1 ,\ ' r il i din it tin. ist tin. •I a large In -v r !• lu'ii'l •I.t Tu I e ul tlie ■ I ■ twin iti i it> a*« 1 . "I'l'l'm I»' th" tliortt |irtMllitlci|t mu! •t i he « »Hiiitrx tor lus ouiii 1 MU P U, •('«•' nt III |oll V ion of this "It i* » *4*< ir. no Mere ifi'tic mu! )i cure »II " » ,1 ; : ! H -t ft.inii il.lii no Arftcn «t» ciier % in.r <jiiii,int*. min \ei i* erliil, that I firmly believe it will ul Frv* r ami Ajt ■ it i" iij"'i I it" îtv re « .is nut tint' failure. I In 752 * tlifccicU There!« i«\ medicine l»lii«-ihff it wiihin ilm ««infer u«*« <1 it: uni«»!d l»U**winff upon the « oiiuituiiB« ! Emoiirauid bv this frank »ml iiini*N*n,«l t - ! timiMiv, I h»"«* prepared myndf to r*niLHiih Lo- i cat Agent, wherever the fllta .ire needed ! CHAUI.M ^Xoaar I tiled|oa.ke ri'iv, Md. ' ■ im ...te to lins aascsixe. I'h.irinuevatist, Middteloen. IM. sept 10—3mue RITTKR III HIT IMI.IJ, FRESH MEATS. *TMIR unilrrtigtivd rr*|ioctfully nnnoumc to the I rv«idci!l0 of Middletown that they huve rd the «lore oppo*li* the Penln*nl»r Machine fihopt, on Mali» «irivt, Middletown, IM. and in d, on and »fier MtfNDAV. HEBT. 'J5, to have a uupply of fmdi meat* equal to the demand of all who nuiy favor them with their •applied with promptne«» WALLACE * 'll t palronnae. I i ami dis GARY. patch. sept 23—3m DR. H. O. REGISTER, DBttnST, No. 007 Walnut Ôtr. et. FBIUDPLPHIA, m *+* feiert ^Oftrg. to to A BTBRLiaO POBN. Who sliAll In «Igo him from hit manners? Who mIhiI! know him hy his tira»? Pntipcri mar not !«e fit for princes, l*rin«'Ci fli fur something less. Crumple«! shirt and dirty jacket 51 hv I «Tint he the golden or**, Or the deepest thought* and feelings, Satin rest can do no more. There are streams of rhryslnl nectar Ever flowing out of ftotie; There «re purple lied* and golden, Ili'IJfii, crushed Hod. who counts by gout*. n«it «Ire*#®*, Loves nnd prosper* you and mg. While he ruines thrones the highest But ne pebbles in the sen. ' ! rethrown. •|o mi, It i ; Man ttpraired nbn Id* fellow* Of* forccti tiif fellow* then : Mn* 1er*—rulers—*or«l*, •inbrr ■ti hin. Is Mm of ial.ur. cn of n-elin?, «»f thoiiftht, mfii of f.i Claiming riilit.« to ifoldcn * in«iiino In a iliau * cuuohting name. Me roidered oceans, •Kid-dad rills: •li-hiprh sapling*, on tbs hills. .nts l«v sou!», not Stil lions, T lien* foam-rmi There are little v% Tiif arc feel • !«• i Then* red* Oo«l Ii d prosper* y 1 ir to him nil vain distinction* Are ad |K*l»l«Icd in tin* tea. ; be to Toiling hands n luiblcri lion » wealth and f m*c, < U •» i* pfiisiouctl, Tilled liixi I'Vd. fattened By tin* » the t of ft lier''* forehead d. 1 : 's outr iced fn.tl.jni U 1, e the iM>or Vainly IU Is it* feeble«! voie eye «I justice Tr.n c eternal. Burn with Invlincjs «pd light; ! i.t v«r proffpur !*t re! uioiijf \\ idle (her tivi.l. vtlioso world ' riffln. Jv i< »iiifiin« Bo •lie** love lo Il eD q : i, fti'i ii litte«, a* pclddt** in the sc t. ! ■ Cell'd ^tonj. in k ; TIIK TICK-KNOH DKiiATi; •l I Joth.im aJotiea ami Didyinu* Dox rival catidi'iutes for I'niigress in t'ie Deli Tlu- di«triet wa* close. nvroui! «lisirii't uni ih" conteHt hot (ini personal. Aft«*r a raiiling lire at long range for more than .ithnut renult, ii wa* resolve«! t" try the effect of bringing the combatant' I a tii«*fitI • marier* : iu other word*, it was \ that they should no < t un i di arm ell* . . were • I he i.-iicM Kii -Ii. :. c. iital :iu*l i.f . !.. at Tick ccesaihlu point, t 1 . day In f. r • ... . . !.. i 't'l.iiig lljejr nr in . b.ci.led II S III,Iv lie should boast who tukilil t it oft I lux and I,i« frii'U.ls were su would skulk, and .1 mes uml Ids quit, g- eeiiain Dox « mild ii-ver nin ■ i. I lut if ii. idler In -ked .u,l ii spot" of either was to lie b. lieve.l .-ade >.f s. er i eftidarits to tie • to tin* ««T.iU l at r.mLl Ik l i t i*>! if tie .idler A lie llint "ox's if. 's kept ,, ■Id sand In hi ll cry . "<«ti •i j»:i! fenttir«* in Join »:Mt- <1 :• |'i tl Dox. tli" «»fli r li; 'ti** ■ 'itpplictl with an njually conviuciiijf nr «teptiiothcr « un I, Oil v "I piQofV that J. ti.-j initrria^", lui ) a I. « aunt - Lett r iliiiii she half -i*t. r riieftfi uijlit to I p naked balt. ricH. Iid.i carufully i van c*'i»0dvinly "X|,« «*t«il. Lv ••n t. would put h timil ?*"t- i -u«* <*f th«* hour " >i iv" on either -t l«*. when opened nt the l, l.i-l in« nt lime.' it. tho tier It "ill For tli«' fini" In-itiff. Tick-Knob beesiiic th" «,f «•v nt r«* • t In th inuki ti r* «•!' tli- di*ti i t. tli- di readyt" /" • «te*t « "f r r ' P"'»» -. h.ild I «•! II. "U ..f Ii «•oiiuded t., take tli ii «w ih. art «ml ;, heir ; ! t* j*. wag-n*«. ! i *. «id.-Mol I . 'h i ! i« *. nud wain MMlsil. - all t .11". mi l piltimis. W"l T.i se, île v.. ll <-"pl" l—Hii.-i. * "worry and ■mil "ther" was a tri al t>M r: e ti be foregoi, The da»u of the eventful day w blight u- the hopes it hembled walked ill" plniforio, ''scenting the morn ing air." and wailing for the train that w i- Iu curry him to Tiek-Knok and vie-| lory. Ills reveries Were disturbed by a l.oil'll mi the shoulder. os As Join s Turning uhotit, lie *aw un «*Merly !?•'»•* tleilian lit», W" "1111 hardly *ny lie «uw I lie elderly gentleman, for mii the lutter'« arm ; hung a creature of more anrpa«*ing beauty : i lim it had ever before entered the heart •n h» eoticeivc "iloing on.the train, sir?" the elderly "Might he?" th« question transported Joues In the heaven of the liourica Ho stammered something about being only too happy, and wa* saved from making a com pletu goose gf himself by the arrival of the train Recovering himself he handed tho lady on hoard, where another piece of good for tune awuited him—the crowded state of the oar compelled him to sit by hi* charge's side, and the rond was a narrow guage When it wa* building Jonca hud gone with tb* broad guage parly ; he saw hia error now. f.i, ! ! litl« , *»i**l» i J«m.> bnfrml without n*ni«»vitiff hi» rye* ! f rolll ,|,e ol.j-at that rlv. ted them I "M'ghl I ask you to take rhuree of n ' b'ly ns far ns the next station V' the gen ih-imiii continued, ked For tha next half hour, Dox and the is sue* nf tha hour sllpt from June*' memo ry. He had never struggled for popular applause aa he now laid himself out to win favor in the eight of t pair of laatrnnsdark aye* " fay lovilar la tarir atraagth '' that A all to his of for in any Uyron ever wrolo of. Nor, ho flat tered himself, wero his efforts wholly una vailing. Uis flashes of wit and gushes of sentiment vriih more than one intoxicating smile and tender look that made him feel that his entire cuticle was rising into "goose flesh." At the end of thirty minutes tho con ductor sang out *' Horghumdale !" Jones would have sworn the minutes bad been seconds Anxious to prolong the deli cious moments, he escorted his charmer to tho platform, which they had barely reached when a sudden faintness seemed to overcome tho lady. Her step faltered, her limbs tottered, and sho must inevi tably have fallen had not Jones caught her. " Fir« !" Hi* flrnt implunn wa* to hli«mt —hi« »ecoixl, " \Vuirr !" Jhforc he could •|o citiicr. tho boll rung, the whintle shriek mi, tho loc'*tn«»tivo •■ntuiotl, uu<l the train begun tn tu■>'«•! What was to bo done? It ho fulled ».«• • euch Tick-Knob in »oaton. uftor nil hi* vaunting, hu woubl be net down ua up arrant poltroon, and bin po i litimi cake would bo dough, lie bad no ; nlteruntivo but to drop hi* burthen and run or Maud at hi* po*t till help cam«, leaving " the indues of tbo hour" tu take their own uhanoea. •lotii tf wa* too much of m in to lioai tale. It wna Mill early mi l th«?ro flight be another train or it was possible to drive to Tick-Nn »b in a couple of bouts. Hut conn* wlmt would. In* would never desert such an angel in distress! \Vlu*n tb- train was fairly off. tho lady ! —till ilifii iti a dead faint — opened her | and looking up cotitidingly : 1 ?" alio murmured. eye I *u|j in thcric ui in* !" was tho assuring j A modest 1*1 ii - Ii mnntlcd hr check a* she mude un ctforl to «list iigng«.* licrsclf *' Don't —pray don't «*xcrt yourself!" it mu t » carry h knew ilic plc-.i'Uru [ fuel sir." really uti.tik t in r v*«u- NVI.'ic inswiT Jolies pleaded. * IV ■ \'«u ; it you in — hi " You have my sincere she nn>w.rtl * •r it »thing lend me your in live j*. I -hall lift tre< k indue** " ■I ones s effort. With hi tlv : " bm ! \ •l ,| .'*' 1 ère It V "re. a little cla i\ to a further v "»ir pus a ;i I to p*' I "' iK-t .. -ini s!i >b««ul'l i ' 'I ih. >• she hi Ik., I. it is «•»■■>' Hr . und t Mik lo I HI llp'.ll liegg" I her it. !.. At tin i Litivo'* !li«iiil,.-«l bv Ih" him iligly bv t'h • I ni y It. afi. r I*, it «g iy a It was , qu.itirup-- I l. ntlyun ..i "f lene- , It " wi,- b .eked bv ".nil reach .. Dox, i ell rtu ■ri d ill I' 1 ' 1 1 .1 t, s. x pii.iii .! hi . !.. lie lb I.s .Mr .loll. . II He III b> II !:i list ii. .1 lllelj- ieillHg.lgll.' in h" iyar nm|*'f an eng t ongr. - ■ ago |).,x. •n«.' •• til" •;•>*•'« «*t' ill • ll «ir. nii'tit t*» •; I'i-k K(mb ti k till o' i* *ili* r train in tim« otlit-r train till ihr«*" at it * livre L - Tilt;. 1 wa nn I i ., priva . ..... y .me" 1. had? The r.laiive r.oild see if Mi if the I III use , ... Al «'t i. » rl v • -iiV' V HIM*.' •• every!i«»«l> h oi t«» !l»" but it«* tlioiitfbt <«! a fii«t«tl who 1». t, t«» . cat ly an hour •lip*-, i li.f.ii«* the f.i « d with » riiO.t t\ ' >p 'ilKillL'. • Lit«* in ■ j rut Li -tilkv «Ir. •niirht have lL'Miiunt". iitoi hit dam well. In* hardly l«'*dud to be worth miu. f i the b«*«i that couLl he d »m*. however, u l«Y u Lnikv hoi— i" l, een time w |H to h" lorft Jhu« « iiiottuted the *"-»t and t«"»k the il" the hor«c ■ii«"t-lookin# a For a <| tin ft *• r of purpo«.* Lut Joli"* hadn't look" 1 ;, ; ! ! i i V MI"|| fvpced !illff I'ottotll, ||< ir ,p I'l-k-Knd «• t" pi '« «wi ud •bwv »ith the everiasting aid bititd his it, -'s sisti-r ; i rt ling broth. infamy lie ilesiTve.l. 1 At tlie etui of the quarter hour the rinds I'orkeil .loues' way L-<l to the right ; ill" horse miv 'lie puli of ,|uiy nn the left Jones tuggeii one way, the lior-e set his ! .loues coaxed, the horse | ; ii »ns »in ll was nearly noon, was inflexible a s I'uce the other. Julies «», littlg !•• II«» pur|M»«.* ail 1 there were >"t Hourly twenty mile« j to ff« " Wich wny'r y or a g«»in' ?" inquired si «hoek-licuded urchin in ventilation trow er«. " Tu Tick-Knob—blast you !" The lat ter clause to his horse "Ver don't umlcrstapd Jinglcbmie«," said tile boy " lie wiuit» ter go home | an' wli"ii lie dors iher'a only one nay to , iiianiiidge im. L in me show yer." The boy took off hi* bat. mid holding it brim up went to the right, calling; , " (iope ! enpc !" Attracted by iinmaginary cat«. Jingle- ; bones turned in thnt direction, when the hoy adroitly clapped a thistle he had in ! readiness upon ih" harness. It acted like a elitirm Jingle dûmes sot ofl nt full gal- | lop. Jonos heart boundmi with delight, Ho might yet bo iu time If the stimula- j ting thistle only kept its place—everything! of depended on that j But the fates were against Jones. At a sudden turn the huh of the sulky struck 1 a telegraph pole, and tho who|e< spokes, felloes, axle and body n concern— —flew to S iccea like the shell of a toneh-me-nnt. one* wa« hurled head first into a brier pateb, and before he could extricate him self, Jinglcbones. whom the sh'iek had relieved nf hia thistle, turned about and eantared placidly homeward Jones gar* it up. It was too lato to think of going forwnrc. lie would walk bark and tell the fair «reatnre he bed left all bo had suffered for her rake, trnating to her generosity to r sward hie devotion. On aeooud thought ho would wait till evening. Tho lady irnuld probably keep her room till then, anil it would beagainat etiquette to disturb her. Turning into the fiel Is he sought a quiet spot for meditation. He tried to imagine what Dox was saying at that moment. Could lie have known that just then the reputation of the unfoitunatc half-sister of his step-father's uncle's aunt's oouain by marriago wos being ruthlessly assailed, and his own nbsence attributed to a sneak* itig fear of meeting that and other " issues of the hour," he would have probably felt even less comfortable lhan be did. On his way hack he skirted through the lanes end by-paths, oarefulltr avoiding tho publie road, now thronged with people returning from tho meeting. As he list ened to ther cheers fir Dox, and groans for Jom-a, his heart .rank. It revived a little ns he thought of tie consolation ahead. Hi. destination reached, he rang tho door bell Could he see the lady be bad left there in the morning. lie could ; would In please step in t Them she was as lovely as ever ; the same mntcliless eyes, the same heavenly smile; but stay, who'll that sbo's about to introduce? Dox ! by all that's linbolical ! " My husband, Mr Jones," said the so charmed him in diabolically deluded sweet voice that bad the morning, mid so j > ! ay out of the . ml it ni l not be i be knowniu memory j Ii, In.lory j t intercM lor projet- I is tirsl proposed by ; groat h,,„,icier of the|„f titttta«*«! by JnfVcraon j •gal] to Hinke 1 1 h np 179*2. him. Jones rushed from he house with a fer v-nt curs«? on eliuglchonc* for not having j ended his woo» by briakingbis nock. Of course Dog carried tbo district by accla million, uml *)onca l«*ft to avoid being hiugbcd out of it. lie went into shoe pegs, made n fortune, and n«»w thanks bis star« for having cscnpi*d a politician's fuie. The obliging relut i o, we forgot to ex plain, vf;i* no other than the wretch that *ohl snnd iu bin sugar. Jones, we may a«ld, is nt ill u bachelor, j IltSTonv or tub cent is rapidly pa»«i I'i.iled State« L'knt.—T ho old re«l n .. .. v , Jorc it wi|l ouly i ;MI ,j mi in isiuitt ie edit •lions. is u mutter of snfïscict] vuiion. The cent w |!,,b. rt Mnrria the revolution, un«l was two years *ft«*i It h a lice ft, m the mint i \ her hnely ehiacled | been but slightly al- ; Mm ' 1 Ax Ithi nit lluv:>. It is not nt-co« l."y who learns a trade is com- j Ins life, qovßrnor | r Illinois, kuaI ft country black -ini'll once and.began Ins political career | iis a coiisiuLIu in Miicoupiu county. A creuit judge iu the c oitral part of Illinois " ,,,,cu 11 ... noyne, a rieh of Illinois, was once , tna ( orning, of New , I »rk. too lame to do hard labor, com shop-bo, in Albany. \\ lien he applied lor employment hrst he was asked: " Why. my little boy. what can i v.iu do?" •• "an dowhut 1 am bid, was I lint secured him a place : tinsaaeliusctls, was a ! r \\ eed a canal-lioat I which trade the late igln», also worked at | uuutbera of promi- : g have arisen from of iodustry. without less ns a golden coin Work alone makes it ho I". le head of \\ naiiiiiglou on one side and I ihiri. iii links on the other. The French retolmioii soon created a rage for French . which put ou the cent, instead of the lienl of Washington, tbu head of the ti.idiless of I.ihort—n Frotieh Liberty, with flowing locks i'liu chain on the re lie olive wreath of |,|, ini* wit*» r* i«li*co«l by liu' the French Liberty was sl.ort livd. and so was her portrait op the cent. I'll" next In ad or tjgi re succeeding this— 1 1." staid elnssin dam. I to ith a tillet around sinon about thirty nr li'iir, fiiniK int«» fa turf v v »rs« îijr*». ami füttture« have t, t«*il in tin* lapse of • r> Mil y I hat p« |lcd t«i follow it all |h,lnn*i I un, I "initient lawyer a hook biuder Kra •need a* th« • uusnyr 'Senator Wilsim, of Thurlo Kx-Oovruor Stone, of Iowa, a euhinet maker, 1 shoemaker. .irivor * ||.m Stepheu A l>o ! | humble life by dint which talent is as us iu his youth. Large tli tit men now livid j on :» barren island. melt bright and it dm*« not alone depend «•n the kind of work you have to do wheth er you rise or not. It depend« on bow you do it. trr Scott used tu tel , with great rcliah, | an aiiacdtite of his adventures utuoug the , uoytliern ialea of .Scotland. Tha ialund Sauda ia ouu of the worst situated for uav igation. and the best for wrecker», of any , among tbo Orkneys; and the «lory goea that a worthy clergyi ian of that dangerous ; »pot i„ t _ n h...i, L,ith fr.nn.ni .r*rki i. ! "vte," 1 sympathised so dccjly çilh the intereeta | „f hi* flock that in wiudtng up hia prayer for mercy to nil mankiud, Bo could uot j help adding— "Nevertheless, \ ' it picasea Thee to j t .„„s» hapless ship* b be Mat on the share ,,| )i diunk forget the poor 1 Fand»." " ' '- ' e " A Widi Awake Siikfiikrd—S ir Wal Ulftnd of It's a poor rule t [«at won't fork )>o«h ways A QeoVgia ucgVn thought ' |ia would economjstf b" seudiug hia son jo school and tbcn'mal e tjie boy t'aaob nip. The plan worked well 'until the yoaag teacher, following tha custom of tho sam inary p heyo ne wna tanght, gava tha rid man » (breaking for apafliag dag d-o-y-g. tiriginsl ftortrg. Will you Ml at, Couda WUU*, What tha/wfuav-ldbraaMT put, id of tka «Man, tha UM* dark-*, 1 « maidt Of tho And Have you mm her, OMdp WUU»« It to b*. do writ* »u<f tall UN, Writ* aad Mil If you Ii ab* from tha eouatry, WlllloT Dom aba la tb* city dwallT la ab« rich and ia aba baa You Muat aurvly blow in ay to a ia « Tell OM, will yon, Couin Willi«, Whta yn «Ml ihm «fftl» î Tall me what lh« yir«i r S«?« about tin tartfc trftlaf Thar* war« wlik yea. Co sala WUUs, Oarria, Anal*, and Coatla Los, Will yon Mil wkot *A* ml« «kamt I am dying Is Iumw that tea. Ever watchful, Contfii W Hilft, Pftpft la, «tid hftrd to fool— Da suspected thay wars cbrntlftf When you whiaperad " »11 keep Hunting Pat k } No vtmk tr 13, 1971. »T TBB Rif. N. J. p. HftWMft«. The entire population of North nnd South Groenland ia estimated, in round numbers, to be about 10,000 souls, and of these 250 are Dane*. The natives are called Etquimauut, derived by tome from tho Algonquin word fsyi'maMtjc^, q^ioh -igtiiUca "eaters of raw i\lti;oqgb authorities differ as.tq their race, yet all whom 1 saw t\q(J tb* uamistakable eran iolngioal and facial oharacteristio* of the Mougnlian—tbo pyramidal head muinl eye, tho tawny compiexiop j .parse beard The man are well jtropor > lioned, broad aboniderod, and their aver ago fright ia Are feet. Aa they gain a living by hunting and Ashing, they am ! swift in the chaae, atrong to eucountcr the . | )cor nn j (he walrus, and they iauncli the i ,p t , #r with great precision. The kayak, j t hoir favorite hoot, ia ten feet long, two j f oe , broad in the centre, and in form ia uot I ull |i|, 0 „ weaver's shuttle The bottom ia ; mundeil. ami 1ms no keel. The frame ia the|„f wlialehotic, kept atrctchcd by little j l, eÄ „, Ä( ; 8 covered with *cul ur walrus skin, j , the al , and the nud i* water-light. In the centre inacir \ ctilar hole of sufficient *iic to admit one body and the boat ia so light that it can be carried on tho arm or head with case. The KM|uimnux arc ao accuxtnmed to the** fragile boat,, that for peatimo they per form aotne daring feats. 1 saw one of thi-iii torn over sidewise into the water, and remain with bis head dowe and the bottom of hia boat up during nine aooonda nnd then by a atruke of hi, paddle he cagie up spouting like a whale. The Kvi|uiinnux women gre peculiar for the suftquaa i\tr( mnallqcja of their band, and feet. It) curaaq, they are abort and | .U nder, nnd .nine of the girla ere quite ; |,-,ndaotuc. Their grotesque ooatumes of 1 seal skin and of other fura (lo not impart elegance to their appearance ; yet the ueat ,,f thoir LaLile and tha modesty of j t b i- i r demeanor arc not unworthy e higher | e iviliaation. From "ape Farewell to Upernevik there | aro Esquimaux villages, thenum li rr of inhabitants ranging from 100 to 1(HH , , ouls pacll Th „ 0 tuf( ., „„ a(ong (|, c (nU | al ,j ire | a (,| nH t without regard , 0 rfgll | ar i,y The home* of the poor are low structures of stones, oeuiented by turf instead of mortar, not more than eight feet high, and covered with a flat roof of turf. The cntranca ia a long, low, narrow pas sage, through which we were compelled to pa „ on a || f our , The window ia of teal : „kin, dried, which ia white and tranapar a ! nnt Within arc benches uaed as scata ,l ttr i U g the day and aa couches during the I night—the bedding being composed of re ', n ,Jeer skins. Tho homes of the Danes | sn( j u f ||, u helt.r claaa of the native* : I are larger, more comfortably arranged, and not unlika * small American farm-bous*. As a whole th* Rsquimanx are industrious and moral. They hold to the monogamie and not the polyga The beat hunter T* maidana, nnd he experience! no difficulty in winning the hand and heart of ih* pret tiest damsel of the Greenland village, was my happiness to visit many fatnilie* in which paronlal affection and filial love were displayed,and in whieh comfort wait ed on simple competence. The paternal rather than the mnnieipal ia th* form of gorernment under which the** people live. When dispute* arise between familial, and eannot be settled by the parties tbemsalvea jgbt before the Danish gov ernor,who lets in th* eapaeity of a justice of the peace, and aa a court of Inal appeal the ease is laid before tha Inapeetor-Gen mic form of marriage, tha favorite with all tne ll i. to the ease is brou era), whoa* décision ia final. to Qmb Pus.—Farmers get sometime by occasional jjlula, low prioes, and over-prodnetion ona most expect tbia ; ballt wllj ly b* found true that thoa* Sticbiw* discouraged vir «ill gftDftrsi hwmSn who of Jim expeel only fair profita, who rim to good eras*, by taking good aara af a fair supply of farm animate, aad lay oalagaad plan aad stick to it, year by yaar.throagh good ar avil, will, ia tka lang ma, mue th* moat money, over these who shift their amp* with army tide ri ' spaoaiatioa. |ia jo rid to Ut* fwst •tSSEf JËSL^l *®w saw Thoorigin of tkarii Batons to Rm 4I»a •tj at a fonvifa aamtfjf §• aa|É fallow«: After tba dowafall df sB Nap o leon bh brother Josep h , who boon Klug of 8pain. aad hi* aawhgW, Priue* Murat, (on of tb. Kiug af Tlfif. ■ought rafaga la this eouutry, end b much wealth with them. Jos e ph .... — h* bopod to ratura to K a r oy*. To anaUe him a* an alien to bold rant rtquirad a apacial aet of LagialaMn. He triad to got ooe paaaod for hi* lau e » in aoveral Slataa, rat failed. U* won much obagriued. eapoeially beeanaa Pm ay I vania refuted. After thia be ap otl ad to tb* Naw Jeraey Ijagialatura, whM, body granted both him and Moral Ihn privilege of purebaaiug land. Thay bought a tract at Bordantowu, and boilt naanl leant dwelling», and fitted them up ta a moat ooat)y tpannar. Ear* painting*, atat aary, tu. wap* prafu** rad aalectod With aara, and the ground* laid out f ith «* quiaite taata. Juaapb Bonaparte'* roaideneewaa, par* hapa, tb* finaat in , of people vieiled it from all parta of tha eouutry and were alwaya treated aonr, teoualy. He wai profuae with bla manag and gara a great impel ua to buaineaa in littl* town. Tha Philadelphian*, lad ing that he bad apparently no endf of money and thnt ho naed it to benefit buai neaa generally, regretted, wbeq it qfaa too late, that they bad pifuaad to let him, locate among themaclvc* ; and to keep ap their niorttt(eation, weuld el way* taunt Jeraeyman with having n king—with im porting tha King of Spain to rule over them ; they were eailad Spaniard» and foreigner» on tbia account. Bnt the** taqpta harmed no one, aa the Jeraey men loat nothing by their alluring bin, to let tie amop.g tli.'i;i ; ami the term " foreign " " joklRglj qpti'ted to derseymen, ha* come down to ua long after it« origin baa bean forgotten, except by a few men qf tbo pant generation Many rears ago— during the reign of Louis i'hillipe, wa believe—both Bonaparte and Murat found they conld safely return to Knrupa, aq they aoid out and returned. A Nnvtt fixanax - -The young King of Bavaria hns an immense garden on the roof of his palace at Munich which ia said to rival the celebrated hanging gar. dens of Bentiramia. In tho centre of it there is a lake with fishes and swan* swim, tiling in it, and this is surrounded by woods iu which there are various animals and birds, and also rock-work and grot Iota. The rocks lia-l to be hollowed uni before transporting them In the roof, tha belter to enable the building to bear their weight. Thera ia in the center of tb* gar den a sort of tent or paviliion of great magnificence, which no one but the King ever enters Tho apartments under thq palace rpof wore formerly oocupiad by tbn ladies of houur. hut they havo been con verted into stnbles. Iieeuuse ton muoh lima was required to hoist horses to tha roof whenever the King wished to ride or drira through this fairy-like resort. the er, Kaiilt lltsiNo—An old proverb «ftjai '* He who would thrive must rite at fir«," bat there i* more rhyme than reason ia It for if— He who would thiirp |pu«t ruw at fir®, it tqtpit naturally follow, He who would thrive more Must rife at four. and it will ensue as a roneequeoe«, th«l He who would Mil! more thriving be, Must lenve hi* !*ed at turn of three, And who this latter would outdo, H ill rouK him at the Stroke of two. by way of climax to it Id that— all it «hoald And be hel He who wool«! p«?er l»e otitdont, Must ever rfcp a* toon a* cpe. But the best illustrutiun would ha llo who would Hourish hc*t of all, Should never go to bed »t »II. Whenever Burke found himself india E ased, h* ordered a kettle of water to b* ept boiling of whieh he drank large quan tities, sometimes a* much as four and even five quarts in a morning,without any mix turo or iafusion, and as hot aa he eonld bear. Ilia manner was to pour about a pint at a time into a basin, and drink ll with a spoon a* if it had boon soup. Wuraa water, he said, would relax and nauseate, bnt hot water was the finaat stimulant and moat powerful restorative in tha world. He certainly thought it a aarareign ear* for «vary complaint, and not only took ll himself, but prescribed it, with too confi dence of a Bangrado, to every patient that earn* in hia way. —DMin fhuwrytty. Potato**.—I f kept In pits over winter, selaet a dry spot, oover with dry straw, and then throw over H three or font inch es of soil. Let them remain no anti! win » t*r is about to set in. Then pat an aaatfi. er laper of atra».*ix or right inaba* «kiek, and eover with soil aa bafora. This art*, die layer of straw, sating aa dead air, wflt do more ta kann ont froet than a kit af aad invaa a gran* dual afkani solid earth, Ip tha Jewish M a rri a ge JETS jjTl f te'dtiair'ala*. their ^p^9999 fil Ih«!