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ROTHIIOIK, W\ P. VTohW Rothrock Sc Wolf, ATTORNEYS JkTC XjA.~W, IS, II?TON, CKDAE COUNTY, IOWA. 4S SYLVANIJS V\TES, AtTORN'EV AT I.AW, TIPTON. IOWA. WILL promptly attend to all business In trusted to his care. Particular attention paM ta collections.  .«. THOS. HANNA, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, ... MF*CATUfX IO0I&. Office,Xo.211 Second street. Particular atten .ioa given tn collection* in Muscatine, Louisa, Cedar. Johoaoa and Scott counties—titles exam ined, taxes paid, Ac. n49 tf J\1E8 W. DAGLEr, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHAXCEBY, NOTAHY TUBLlC TITTOW, low*. $*&? OFPICB—At the Oourt House, In the DlsSriot Clerk's ofliee. TSDIO. W«. ELLIOTT, STICK OI-" THE l'KACi: and fieneral Col lecting Agent. Applications in tide for Back Pay, Boanty nad Pensions of discharged soldiers, or for the heirs of de ceased soldiers. No charge made unless the applicaiioH is successful. Office in the las« inent of the Court House, TIPTOH, low».[May 1] J. F. KEXXEDY, PHYSICIAN' AND MJKUKON, TIPTON,IOWA. Office, first door west of Reigart ft McNa mara's drug store Residence, two doors north ofthe steam mill. [10nl8] EXCHANGE OFFICE. SIC. (1 I) HAFTS ON NEW Yol'.K CAN HE had of tlic Subscriber chasers. Jpared VOL. 11: in sinus to suit pur Certificates of Deposit, and Drafts on Eastern itles, cashed. American gold furnish ed at a in nil premium. over lloltslandrr's srtore. WM. It. TUTHILL. Tip4or,Towa: July 1st. ISro. BOOT AND SHOE SKCOI 3 S. WTKICK, liavins removed to flrst door north of llrownV Furniture shop. Is pre to manufacture to order, all kinds of Roots and Shoes. in the neatest and most durable manner. He tclects his own stock *a4 always gets the best. A good supply of ffomopNittle IJoote always on Hand* Jiine 'it',. I HI,2. JOHN «. TI'TIIILIn JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARV IVHT.TC and INPI-HANCK AFIKSR. Participating Poli cies issued ,n rensonable terms. Office with the County Treasurer, in the court house. Tipton, iowa,£ept. loth, l-^S. fn3C»10y«] AUTIOXEKR! TIfK und^ralffned. havlne taken out A T". ?. liren**, will Attciiil t&i> M"ll r'*al »r pcrnnnul property for alj j»f»ri'in* who may l'*Hire hin servicoB. U^ni4enoe, to th« north-aat part of dufr«r Creek townphip, i»r co. lo»tn(lice vMrM#, Wilton. JOHN Itt'NIT. March l'\ lllll.LlMER1 WOODS." MIS A. PEItKIK has just reeeived her Spring stork of Millinery (ioods, of tbe very latest fashions, which she is determined to sell at the lowent prices, and would be happy to have her old customers rail on her at the stand formerly occupied by Mis. Carter. Tipton, April ]4th, 18(14. nloml DR. P. T. N.VITIIf Smc.KoN DENTIST. Artificial .Teeth on Vulcanired Uubber alM. Hunter's or AJleo's Continuous ium aud Block Work. If desired. Office over Childs' atore, Tipton,Iowa. 9n2l J. F. MUZZY, Kannfactarer and dealer la n E A N E S S BUGGY TRIMMINGS, &c., W^tof the Court HOQEC Sqaarc, TIPTOK, TOVA. lie would respect fully inform his friends and cua flUTHBIKTMP tomerstbathehas on hand a very large assortment of Carriage, Buggy, and Wagon Har ness l.adles and Men's Saddles hri dies oif all kinds gy and team whips a good assortment of Collars, Ao., which will he sold at pricen toaeit I betimes. 29-CA8II PAID FOfi HIDES. Tiptou, January 16th, 1661. FLOURi FLOURI FlM'lf CORN, HEAL, MIDDLINGS, ""i"»«A* AND SHORTS CM he hMl at tbe Mill, and Delivered la any part of the Town. G03TOM W0BK DONE AT iU. TIMES, OR VM£AT EXCHANGED, AT THE i 1 TIPTON STEAM BEILf* J. &*W. SIIEAREB. ^Be«r in Hind Those who want good Tobacco, should CO TO TnO!H4l$, »|fcssa ^plsndjd as»ortiient—yon cannot fall *LWLAF HTL FTTLO |G. uviMftt of TOYS AND FANCY GOODS, GROCERIES, CAKES, CANDIES, Apple Cider, A ALL KIND8 OP STATIONERY. JWt fnfH Tboma^ Hu«r More. The Great Conflict" 4 Resume of the BaU ties kp to tbe 11th IMU WAaniNQTON, D. C., May 15,1861. To the Cdltors of tht Chicago Trlbun* GENTLEMEN—On mj return from tbe front three days ago, I found jour favor of the 6th inst., urging the forwarding of reinforcementa to the greateit posaible extent. I can well .appreciate your in tense anxiety, but you will hare seen that the very thing you suggest is being done. The campaign of Lieutenant Gen|Hancock, eral Grant, now in progress, must be re garded as one of the most important and stupendous of which history makes men tion, taking into consideration the great numbers of both armies, the character of the troops, the country to operate in, and the vast results depending. It was my fortune to be with General Grant from the commencement of the move ment, the 4th of this month, through (he six days of battle, and into the sev enth, when I left, as the bearer of im portant dispatches from the General to the War Department. I cannot pretend to give you, in tbe limits of a nasty letter, any just idea of the great movements and battles of the six days I witnessed. The experiences of more than a lifetime were crowded in* to those eventful and exciting days. I arrived at Gen. Grant's headquarters, at Culpepper C. II., Va., on Tuesday after noon, May 3, 1864. So well had the General guarded his great secret, that hardly an officer, and none of the troops, knew when the movement was going to be made. After dark on that night, the orders were given to move at precisely midnight. So quietly and stilly was ev erything done, that the people of the village knew nothing of what was going on, and when they awoke in the morn ing, what Was their astonishment to find that our whole army had disappeared, as if by mngic. The great thing was to seite the prop er fords, and get the army across tbe i Rspidan, before Lee could interfero to resist the crossing of that river So completely was the rebel Genersl deceiv ed as to where wo intended to cross,that by Wednesday night, the entire army of! the Potomac was safely over, while Burnside's corps (not belonging to the Potomac army) was coming up as rapidly i as possible. Ilia first troops catna up to the river early Thursday morning. Lee finding Grant on the move, "onward to Richmond," by the lower fords of the RapiJan, was obliged to come cut from his intrenchnieots nt "Mine Run" and attack on Grant's flank in order to pre— vent our forces getting between him and i Richmond, and fight him on equal i ground. The two armiea came together in the "Wilderness" about noon Thurs dsy, May 5th. Grant's orders were to attack the enemy instantly at every point where lie appeared. By three o'clock in the afternoon the lines of battle were formed along the whole line, and both armies heavily en gaged. Both sides attacked with great fury along the entire line, but so dense was the wilderness, and so thick the un dergrowth, it was absolutely impossible to see anything of the battle at any point. The enemy knowing the ground, knew But the great fight of all was on the •ext dsy, Friday. The rebels opened on the right at 4:45 a. m., and our attack along the whole line began at 5 o'clock precisely. Hancock went in on our left with the dash and courage which belongs to him, and which has rendered his name immortal. He attacked with unsurpass ed fury, and drove the enemy for a mile and a half, taking one line of works and captaring many prisoners and several i flags. The enemy finding his right like ly to bo turned by Hancock's masterly attack, saw that his salvation depended upon pushing back Hancock and turning bini. At about 4 o'clock, p. m., Lee again •taased his forces tor a last and grand i assault. It cam* and it waa terrific— The rebela seem to have staked all on that attack—up, np, up, they pushed on our columna, which overpowered by num bers, wore slowly erowded back, contest ing every inch of ground. Falling back gradually, our soldier* got to their rifle pits. Tbe timbers have been cut down in their front, so tbey can frave a fair ahot. On came tho enemy, flushed with i the maddened hope of certain success—a lebel color-beares advances clean np to fihe rifle-pit and places his standard defi antly on the top. Then rise up our wsiting boeta and pour suoh a stream of death and destruction inte the advanc ing ranks of tbe enemy that be falters, halts and falls keek but not mntil be •kad broken over one portion of our !iu«f flank ing in waa attacking on tho right. 8o all around there was the most desperate and determined fighting, but the enemy fail ing to get any advantage till just at night, they surprised and drove a brigade whiob held our extreme right. This misfortune was soon repaired by the of which I have* touched troops, as a general thing fought with exposed themselves and what prodigies I accompanied Gen. Grant and staff on this msrch, and we arrived at "Todd's Tavern" about 1 or 2 o'clock in the morn ing, where we hauled np and remained till about 8 o'clock, and then went to Piney Branch Church and established headquarters. About two and a half miles south of Spotsylvania C. and rear. Warren waa also fight- have already gone from here to reinforoe On Saturday there was not so much parts of the line, kept up by the enemy drive us back or to stop our procress, he found that unless he started, we should i get ahead of him and get between him Whether tho enemy started or not. Gen. Grant was determined to movo his civi w,r H., Sunday morning, Warren encountered Longstreet's corps, which had got ahead of him. Ho im mediately attacked, but rebel reinforce ments came iu faster than oura. There waa heavy fighting all day, and our losses were very severe. We were not enabled to get ahead much on Sunday. On Mon day there was much skirmishing along the line, but the main fighting waa done by Hancock, who crosscd the river Po, and obtained what he supposed to be a strong position, but which, from an un known bend in the river, turned out not to be so valuable. On Tuesday morning, heavy skirmtah ing was begun by our troops from one end of the line to the jthcr. A little after mid-day, thinking that Hancock had got himself into a bad position by crossing the Po, Lee massed a very superior force J1 to attack him. Hancock, seeing what was coming, quietly retired to this side of the I'o, and took tfp a new position. Here the enemy made one of his moat terrific charges upon him, which was not 1 where it was best to attack. He com menced early his old tactica, by massing his entire force upon a particular part of oar line. It was Hancock's position on our left, which it was necessary for him to win, as he (Hancock) held the road towards Richmond, and with him once driven from that position, our army would be at great disadvantage. Long street and Hill's corps pitched into Han cock with great impetuosity, about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, with the full expectation of driving him away, and I getting possession of the coveted road. Bat Hancock was equal to the occssion. With several members of General Grant's •taff, I rode out to whero Hancock was at the very height of the battle, and never did a soldier meet an attack with mora courage, coolness and skill, repell ing every assault upon his lines with great slaughter. Aa we rode back to headquarters, some two miles, the road waa literally filled by our wounded sol diers, making their way back to the hos pitals, and it was a most ghaatly and heart-rending spectacle. The great nurn- I ber who fell on that field told of the des perate struggle that had taken plaoe. on,, repulsed, Ui, i. ch.,„d ,b. $ a general attack at five o clcck in tho af- n Then began tho assault whioh old offi eers and soldier' tell me was without a parallel in this war. No language can give any idea of that dreadful charge by our forcea on tbe enemy's line of defence. The sslvos of artillery, the terrible roll of musketry, the shouts of our own brave hearted soldiers, ns they rushed to the deadly breach, rising above all the din of battle, made an impression on the centrc and part of our left, till darkness closed in upon the bloody soeno. Our troops had driven the enemy, and carried his first line of Works, and aa t« turned tn ride back to the headquarters, the shouts of our victorious heroes were still ring ing in our ears. In this chsrge Wright, on the left, had captured an entire rebel in the. melco and confusion some of the risoncrs got away, and we could not ing off the gnns. K But after the battle had closed in the front, Burnside was moving bis forces upon our extreme left upon the right of the enemy, pushing bim back vigorously till ten o'clock at nrglit, when he found himself within one quarter of a rjile of Spotsylvania Court Houso. Thus ended the great work of Tuesday, a real and substantial vietory, inspiring our officers and soldiers with renewed confidence.—» The enemy was not only beaten and driv en, but his'losaes were vastly heavier than our own. Of the fighting since Wednesday morn ing, I can give no personal description of, but it has been one continued success, tnrt purchased by tho moat desperate ex ertions, and the most superhuman cour sge snd persistence of ovr troops. When I left the front on Wednesday, all seemed to feel that the great crisis bad passed, sod that our success was oertaio. All were in tbe beet spirits, but yet mourning fur the many brave men l. ii TIPTON, IOWA. MAY 26, 1864. I Only small force got over and waa I Even if I had ftime to write further, 11 «nt Worm p)oW Yours, truly, prompt and soldiery action of General bj who has been assigned to the com Wright, who stopped the advance of the »nd of a military department embracing enemy and drove him back, capturin" a ie quite a number of prisoners. This was Ksnsar and Missouri, is a native of Ken the great day of the battles of the "Wil- jucky, where he was born about demess/' only very few of the incidents Hc *roke ®Q* speedily driven back, and then the whole could find no language to measure the At a recent meeting of the Cincinnati rreoramended to steep the seod and other mass finally retired before the unrelent- estimate in which I hold ing bravery of our meo, leaving hia dead of General Grant. This campaign will i read a paper on this subject from which to tho insects but these worms do tot i w°UDdel upon the field. It was in stamp him as onsof the greatest military I we make the following extracts. eat the seed—they eat the succulent shoot i this fight, on our left, that the brave,the men the world baa ever»ecn. Auii as to We discover the ravages of these in i noble, the chivalrous Wadsworth fell, in Gen. Meaie, Iw has p-oved himself a seots so soon as our garden vegetables ap the thickest of the contest, after having i worthy second of our great Illinois hero, i pear above ground, when tho worm, two horses shot under him. a great executive cotnmmder, a man of emerging from the soil during the night, While the enemy were thus pushing coolness, courage, skill and resource. I eats tho stalks, generally above the sur Burnside, with two divisions Gen. Grant is having every possible face—in the morning ho retreats, bur- of his corps, was striking him in his support. Twenty-five thousand troops rowing near the roots, and often drags hence it is well to use pleuty of seed at 1 the front, and the heroio Sedgwick him, and his communications arc well plant after him. Tho worma resemble practice of situ open ao he can get further supplies. The I each other in their general appearance, loyal people of jthe country nan now breathe more free! jr. E. B. WASHBURN. Major GenSra I Edward R. S. Can- trana-Mississippi States, except 1S17 w»®graduated upon. Our Re 1 losses of officers told bow much they had ww» in thcn of valor they displayed. hibited great skill and energy in fighting appearance in groat numbers at irregular tl, fightiog, but yet quito heavy on some I Territory to the Union. In May, 18G1, ticulur vegetables all that are succulent he w,s uiade to conceal his movement. Unable to untea™, and in November of that year iuato devourers, but they prefer the maize *e8Scl wa8 #eDt to ic 1 was and Richmond. after the riots, and again rendered essen- retire before suoriso into tho grouud, or tial 1 in and more convinced, that but a "few Tbe Llqaor (toiler*-What He Becomes. I would not wantonly say a word against a liquor dealer, aa a man. I am sorry to say that I have aome very good frienda who are yet •DS*s«1«• ih* bun I o est. know thataucb men are frequently be nevolent, free, open-hearted, noble men, naturally but behind their counters, en gaged in this traffio, they are necesssrily monsters and all the harm I wish to do them, is to be permitted to assist in lift ing them away from their present posi tion, and placing them in front of their oounter, where their moral faculties will have full play, and they may become the men which the God of nature intended them to bo. At this late day everybody knows ard acknowledges that liquor drinking is in jurious, and liquor-selling is necessarily deleterious to society therefore, every quor-vendor "sins against light and knowledge he knows that the legiti mate fruits of his traffic are mornl and physical disease and death: He knows that his traffic cannot cxi*t without tak- 2 IR \'Z enemy with unsurpassed velumence, pi- v I ,• L-.j strength, health, happiness and lite. ling up his dead in heaps, and nearly an- n .u 1 TT .. K What then, nihilating Iloath a rebel diviaion Or- i tweeil b*CflD„5'75 c"',y,,n'be d"7 f?r nf ternoon, but the attack on Hancock de layed this grand movement till about a quartor to seven. is reslly the difference be- th« raaa-a«II«r »d th« hishwar- i msn? The lstter, with pistol at the breast .. v ot bis victim, exclaims: "lour money *, or your life!" While the former, with both Everybody knows this is so, and yet, strango to say, there are men—voters— in our land who, having the power to de stroy this unjust and unholy monstrosity, will twist and dodge, and whine and cog itate, and Wonder if it is not "arbitrary" to make a law which shall prevent this murder of one's neighbors and friends for the sake of the rum profits! What a commentary is this upon the common sense of the American citizens! A PAIR or SBA«WO -TK. Harbinger lucidly lays: "Tn the twelfth ADVERTISER. the generalship Horticultural Society, Dr. J. A. Warder *i 1861, Gen. Canby, i quoted by l)r. Harris to the following ef- .th(1 Major, was in New Mexico, and ex -j feet: "The corn cut worms make their Brigadier General of vol appear to relished by these indisorim- drafted men in that place. He above the oarth. They seek thoir food ordered to New York last summer, in the night or in cloudy weather, and service to the Government in preserv- beneath stones or other shelter from 'the °(, public order during the enforcement rays of the sun. The transformation in As esch day rolla away to take its j, place on eternity's calendar, we are more i |, 1 and might readily bo taken for one spe cies, and hence they are considered indis criminate feeders, as they consume any* of our garden products, but it may be found that a certain species of these rus-' tic moths are provided for different spe eies of our culinary vegetables—as the devastator for the cabbage, another for the corn and so on. Their hubit of des cending into the earth very near to tho plant they have consumed, however, is at West Point in 1889, common to all the species,' and enables '*ed with distinction in the Mexican the gardener to discover and destroy them ""1 •'•o *n the Utah Expedition, I by digging them out. unsurpassed bravery, and our'immense under Gen. A. S. Johnson. When the 'l)r Melsheimer, of Pennsylvania, is army towards the rebel capital, and get draft. pupae occurs at different periods, earlier bottom of every experiment, whatever be display ostentatious rings. Still wo no— in Lee's resr. His army was to move as soon as dark Saturday night, but (ho en omy fearing this, it appears, had started many hours before. Warren's corps took the advance for a night march on the way to Spotsylvania Court House. Sedg wick's corps took another road further to the left, and Burnside still another one upon whioh was our vast army train.— Hancock came last, as the rear guard. or later, according to the forwardness of se ason, usually not much later than e n ,j jj| e 0 days st farthest, will witnes the usher- Remedies —Kavine studied the habits ing in of the Millenium. That brotherly 0f love, and oaste is already assuming ita su premacy. The lion and tbe lamb ia •bout to lie down together. The Editor of the Quincy Herald, a hitherto cop perhead organ of the worst kiud, has in his employ, a negro boy, who is "devil" for tho Herald office. Not a misoegna tion negro, but a pure oderiferous Afri can. Surely the good time u near at hand. Let us pray Ilaukeye. The inscct being very clum«y, nnd un able to climb up a steep bank, it has been recommended to make conical holes near the plants, as traps, into which they would tall when rambling about ns they do at night, in search of food, and it is claimed that many arc catl^ht In this way, the holes being found half filled with worms This can only be pr.cticcd where the soil is tenacious, else the holes will crumble down, and indeed the worm!* could burrow away after falliDg in, if the soil were mellow. A very simple and efficient device, by the way of prevention, is the application of a strip of paper, wrapped about tbe stem of the cabbage or other plant, at the time of setting it out this is so applied as to guard the stem for an inch or two at and above the surface of the ground. In my early experience wo resorted to a leaf of the hickory, or other tree for the wrapping. In the cornfield, however, where tbe dePredat'°"s °f ,n Pct fe8ll ,Y his seductive bottle and tumbler, says: ®ust be resorted »o. irst ,n importance ca8 -—Johni O, Saxe, the poetical joker, is effocts of injnrioa received while on a rail." —Thaddeua Stevens, of Pennsylvsnis, who has worn a wig twenty years, was lately applied to in behalf "of the St. Louis Sanitary Fair for a loek of his hair ho Pu' *n Congressional wreath. hsd fallon. No eaaualtiea had hsppsnsd I Yankee cationa says the language an to Lieut. Gen. Grant or hiiitif, ao many 1 Arabian ohild speaks befbre it eut teetb of whov are Illinois meo futn Arabio VDqu-stioDsbly' ordin,l t0 0P July." The pupa: become in llbout four weeks- this iusect, and learned something of hich is to extinguish all tastes i( ways, we may be prepared to meet the foe, but, unfortunately for us, the worm, well as the moth, being nocturnal, I they cscape our observation until too late we see the damage the worm has done to our tender crops. The moth deposits her eggs on the ground they nre beneath our observation and the young worms do little harm in tho autumn, ss they feed chiefly on the roots of grasses. But i great numbers of the moths might be do atroyed by burning lampa in vessels of water, in the summer. In ti e winter the young ones sre supposed to lie in torpid in the grouud, and a lsll or winter pluvr ion lne.n rocommendcd for their ex posure to the frost aud to insectivcrou* birds. pMrk T.eTy an noying, and where hand picking is mam 1 .. n ,al H"- question o(l,cr means the8e e Of inflprtivrtrntie hirHs _.n 1 a insectivorous birds We are assured that the crow is seek ing these insects when he visits our corn fields, and Mr. Glover's examinations prove this, and will no doubt give us a h'ghcr regard for tho visitor than wo have heretofore held, when calling him the bird of ill omen. Most intelligent farmers, where the crow abounds, have NO. 21. in hi, e.ger S pursuit. It has been o to prepare it so as to bo obnoxious the unoonsumed portion of the your.g planting time. This accounts for the i T? homo by so doiogf Think well be- "One for the blackbird, one for the crow Two for the cutworm, and three for to grow." BOII.INO WATER.—At 1 a recent lecture with which Mr. W Grove opened the aossion of tht Royal Institution, Mr. Grove astonished his audience at tho outset by telling theai that tliero never had been such a thing AS boiling watei, and never would be aud ho bhowed re flected on a screau by the clcctrio light, hat wh,t is called bl,ilin 1 £. *L'P'LC from is Wl!ter '»*, ^a,, 0,1 VCMe' rebels in that region, aud saving tho periods aud confine themselves tooo par- tM"Peraturc— more than SOU degrees— (to him) inconvenient act of gallantry, Wltlumt Dl,t to forKct 'be n(1 wi tl,at lh« ln w,uch w:ter Pittsburg to take command plants when not more than few inches i '"uch to do with the boiling as tho but the lace frill round her face is ecru- ot,lpr comc8 NND ®'ti,eAifucstion'J IAT PPARED, pa9 everlastin J,rovo ca,,a ,he li i"id °Pt\rate(1 on ou ,eu, ,t, ,h,re ,a ta e u ie special research. tiiumbllng. It is natural fur some persons to com plain ss to breathe or in other words, some persons are born with a bono in his soduotive bottle and tumbler, says: I persons are born with a bono in the angels," and he has been gettinc "Your money and vour life!" and he gets "*ur.gcmcnt 1 already learned to appreciate his insectiv orous propensities, and to valuo his ser vices accordingly and many not only rc sent an injury offered to their sabli friends, but take handfulls of corn, to be hour of tbe glory of God, the life of God, 'heir fields. again, will do the same if too much ad mired. the Lord in God, the Holy Procedure I Predacious insects destroy a great raa shall crown the Triune Creator with the ny of the cut worms. One of these, the revolving galaxy of supreme created beau- yinnsus it is very agile in its motions. upon the surface of the headlands of he thinks himself slighted in society, and brigade of prisoners and three guns but perfect disclosive illumination. Then "Cutworm's Dragon," is mentioned by and in a manner to suit his crabbed feel- dear, your love will be infernal a'd' shall the creation, in its effulgence, above Mr. Fitch as "a large, black, rather slen- ings, not thinking that otiier duties have prosperity certain." Ike looked°exM!ed* the divine seraphim, arise into the dome der and flat larva of a beetle, of the fam- kepi the tiny bauds of his loving wife of the disclosure in one compvebensire iiy Carabidne, probably the Pang as rali- 1 titude." When not glutted with food, it is run- c!.i!dren if they be noisy and will chido To which the Cayuga C7iiV/learnedly ning about inccssantiy, in search of these them if too still, liut there is a still, responds: 1 "Then shall blockhesdism, the jackas- seizing them by the throat with its pow- head of grumblers. Alns, how many of, sical dome of the diselosive procedure, «rful}nws, and sucking their substance." i onr devout church goers grumble—yes, above tho all-fired great leather fundus of Another is described by Mr. Morr'soo in actually grumble—at the minister for be Peter Nipninneygo, the great gooseberry i the Albany Cultivator as follows: "A ing too dry, too candid, or too radical in i grinder, rise into the dome disclosive un- remarkable inscct, somewhat resembling his remarks, not thinking that it takes all til oo equal, co extensive, and eonglomer- lh« black wasp, but longer, of a shining kinds of remarks to suit all classes, and ated lumaxes, in one grand comprehen- black aud very active, was pointed out to that while ho i) dissatisfied, some one sive mux, ahall assimilate into nothing, me as their natural enemy." This, he equally as good,—if not better—than and revolve like a sob tail pussy-cat after says, hunts tho worm, as it were, by himself, is suited with tho same. We the space where the tarit was scent, (figs it out and stings it, and aftor- know that there are the aame classes a* *u ward buries it in the ground. It is prob-1 equally as bad among tho female 'jf(j a bly a species ot the Ichneumon fly.— of our population as among th» tnju k seriously ill at Albany, N. Y., from the Many die from some caase wben fully we will let that go for a rea'.'itv until'd "riding1 i i 1 u 1 We recommcnd, also, early cultivation too soon, or held of tbe crop, to encourage tho strong pear like cerf' i fresh soil, which the blackbird especially tb-4t' of our their mouths that they must-p/ eo*r» little lower ever since." —roll around and pick when awake. It seems to b« a trade and only those addict ed to it can follow the vocation. To a reasonable person it st em, as if one that has all heart c..uld wish, surrounded by damney. companions of choice, a)) this ohtaiued without even the soiling of his fingers, might be content and moke himself and those around him happy. But alas! how few wo fiud among the masses that crowd our city are thus iociined. A man of business will complain that he sold his produce one day and the next because he did not A social man growls because from bestowing that time upon it sho 1 would like. IIo will find fault with the worms, and slays them without mcrcy, more prominent class that come under tho •, grown, and the popular belief is that this puted. To you who have that b^ pndeavortd to reconcile him to a final ia produced by bright sunshine after a your mouths I would say, do n- warm shower they look bloated andswol- good teeth God has give** spoil the the distraoted man the faot that ho hni len. useless thing. If y,. you, on that a «l1 aeI1 1 00 ffrnwth of tho vounc nlanta. and ilso to a sort hrr brut* creation vith ooifc Lin twelTf dollars some Tears nr*» slighted in com- 1 tioue. invite the birds to come and examine tho pany. ... tcrp mum, and your aotions show an en thing If you»te.lw(Jed 1 ,na SS' -?& "'"SI'R'IF too aiveb, think it mistake or that tier* are some peculiar family relations thai makea joa thua petted, or else beer U with all grace. To tbe home grumbles I would say, do flaako brate ef your self. Remember your wife eannot al ways have thing* to suit hertrff and jott now may fail to give her the necessary resistance she should have. Do yon aot have a clerk in your business or some oM to assist you? Ought not have sown assistance as well aa yourself when hev duties nre as arduona to her aa yonrs to you? Turn your frowns and grumbling into smiles aud kind words end thus en— courage and strengthen her and I trust all will be well. AnJ to you, my church grumbler, lei mi? say a word: Remember that he that at or near the surface. Steeping with the sulphate of iron, however, stimulates dispenses the word of God from the pul a vigorous growth, and ia in that way of P"' ,0 value. work pointed out to him by.the hand thai It seldom happens that the cutworms fuleth all things. Are yon doing yonr destroy all tho shoots in a hill of corn, ^"*7 Tcu '9 doing hia appointed work, 10 God and man by w',Bl the old farmers who used to 7 sense and if it were possi- handing up her fare, knocks off his hat, water not contained in or pitches it awry over bis nose nor he heated to an intense dots she reocive her "change," after this "Itcnng us form. And we are in grim silence. She wears no flowered hard tiature of the brocade to be trodden under foot, nor boil' ,nay l,a'0 at he does? Can yon reach that bap fore you grumble. To anm it all np, what good doea it do, to grumble? Doeo it make things any better? Are yon hap pier? Arc you better fitted forbusineas? Are you better fitted for living or dying? I nnswer no! Then spit out that bontf that causes all thia trouble, savs yourself and those around you from many vnpleat' ant feelinpa and words, rouse yourse? t» a level with men, aud be a man inataaJ of a grumbler.— Union Banner. How to tell a Ladf* Two women ahall get into an omnibna ving out of air from the water by the and, though we never saw one of them cation of heat. Kipel all the air i before, we shall select you tho true lady, longer boil iu i £he does not tatter when a gentleman, ball room jewelry, nor rose-tinted gloves elrinrnts in the operation. Then pulously fresh, uud tbe strings under of constituent gasses, her have evidently boen handled only by indestructible bub- dainty fingers. She makes no parade of bubble," as watch, if she wears one nor does she which remains at the i draw off her dark, neatly fitting glove to l'crhaps among i tice, nestling in the straw beneath uf, y be one who will such a trig littlo boot, not paper soled, subject of boiling water aa a but of an anti consumptive thickness the bonnet upon her head is of plsia straw, simply trimmed, for your trao lady never wears a "dress hat" in sn omnibus. She is quite ss civil to tho poorest as to the richest person who sits b"ffide her, ns equally regardful of their rights. If she attracts attention, it is by the unconscious grace of her person and manner, not by (he ostentation of hor dress. Wc are quite sorry when ah* pulls the strep aud disappears if wo were a bachelor we should go home to our solitary den, with a resolution to be come a better and a—married man. OUR FOOD —One of tho most com mon causcs of blood impurities is the use of pork. It has been said that all things were created for some wise pur pose but hogs were never mode to cat. Christ used them to drown devils (hey can never be of beneficent use As an article of diet, pork exerts a most perni cious influence on tho blood, overloading it with carbonic gas, a filling it with scrofula. The hog is not a healthy ani mal From its birth it is an inveterate gormandizer—and to satisfy iu eternal cravings for food, everything in field or gutter, however filthy, finds a lodgment iu its capacious stomach. It eats filth, awallows in filth, and is itself but a liv ing maas of fiUK. Oar Tiodlef ...nlc up uf the tilings that have been pickcd up from our platrs. The humoral prop erties, and inflammatory effect which pork imparts to the blood, tend to gener ate vermin in the system. Grub fn the young girl generally luses ber fresh liver, kidneys, lungs and other organs, Of what trade is a minister at a Wil ding? A join her. Men can easily run into debt, but find it not so easv even to crecp out of it. "The Ohio is a sickly stream," asys n correspondent. "Yes," replies (he Lou isvilio Democrat, "it is coutiocd to it* bed." ncs frequently have their origin ia the use i of this filthy article of food. with tho sea. The Gazette Medicals also asserts that A romantic young man says (bat a W0» nimi's liesrt is like the moon—it ohangen continually, hut always has a man in it. o w o o u o n O S W 1 It further remarks that the mingling with fashionable socie— as a bt'pl't stream does by tuingliog In describing Hebrews are never troubled with it—the In describing the difference between pork butchers are jeculiarly liable to it aristocracy and democracy, it was wittily —and that dogs fed upon it are univcr- said of Cincinnati: Tho democracy aro stilly so afflic ed. In fact, it turns out tfiose who now kill hogs for a livinc: tho that a small parasite worm, called Crysti- i oristocraoy those whose fatbera killed cerons, which much affects pork, no hogs for a living. sooner reaches the stomach, than from the change of diet and position, it is it is changed into tho well known tape worm, and the experiments of M. Kucho omister, of Zittoris, made with great pro fessional care upon an exoeufud criminal i A French writer says, fruit God docs not let branch too weak to bear it re ar® a I i I 1 i Kal cn flfll I i)a ti KnM fr aa Ofuatt havo established trio fact beyond doubt. —Med. Common .Sense. "Sorrow is it grow on The swells of tbe ocean subside. P0fd many "swells" on isnd that subside ubont as soon. "I am prepared to say to seven rieh men out of every ten: Make (lie most out of yoar money, for it nukes the moal out of you Mao was created "a little lower tha* A man who won't tn Ice a paper brcaneo he can borrow one, has invented a cheap ly contrived machiue, with which he can cook hif duioerLy the siuuke of bis neigk. incy. Somebody who knows, says that wben, two or more worn' n, opproaching you on i a narrow walk, full bchiud one another to enable y _u to pass, you may be sore they are ladies of uncommon politeness andf consideration. The usual coorse pursu-i ed by wo-ncn is to chargo all abreast, Bweeping every body into the mud. "Isaac," said Mrs. Partington, tg her nephew, "when you enter the state A man at homo may complain if of "alimonoy, choose a voracious and well his meals are not served at the right time uniformed young woman. Thee ingly solumn, and continued to put too-* lasses on tho door nob. —An individual addicted to toilsi*' remarks, made ao observation, ing for a "chaw 'o tobaeoa" Sar .ist whisky bill cxciteurent, th* b- .ng th» using oak leaves as a swbati* had been time, for the purpose .ute, for sow bowels into a *1 con**" of tanning hkt new kind of whis' -ition to receive thn mrily be deal* which would neee* the bill. upon the passage of ""•ife.tndTn^the Woently lost life funeral, wh* •ppointed for tb« bled, h- on Ih ut sr gueara were aaanm persisted fn postponing tho fnsh Se eral n sympathetic friends, wh* 0Ta °f the loved remains, eiicitod front bee di sa PP°inted io tho attendanoo of ft your grain professional gentleman to extract sevenl long, do not ap- teeth containing gold filling whioh haA J°ur aotions show Old nowinannn and ntl** s. AS I :X! Stun Ml* 0O Up.