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I sot dd,of large ToiaTiiawoVI vlir.d oili io wino;) l 7TO Jj'Ul f.il.UIUli) BllJ IIO H'.ltlcW:iH vTi -!cl oilt Ju fciuljitili till I Y1 ifclu Ibiiu.i) mil .vttiiliimiill .1) ,W : toiili Ii miijiu aniw.vl rlHHt IT ."Ou'JtuiiJ ut iwJi.inii i i i.. i PEOPHECY. n ui ji I i n I JhoI onginauy appeorea in tne ri-,weeKly Gleaner, published in Kings torn .Ja maica, in aeptemper, iY9. It h"y;as. . . "j atrui. a. unmmei , aim is re-published by request : JO'7 THB PLANETS. leF4ii!ae1rilW thjJtli'tiB( iciuuuia m tue iour great pianetsi ju . piter, Uranus, Neptune, and Sathrn ill be coincident in 1880. Astrology 10-aay la ruuculea by many pa-sailed , scientists. After 1880 $ffl$Mfcjv m be1 taught by many -whoHreiect it jsifoy nUacpnrays "the world opposes what it fldEJraflP UDlef stand-" J the cfse of ainfology this is pre-eminently $o. I have no desire to jiiscuss the verltyor eSflfflMife: will produce according to asteoiojrioal ccs wmcn tnia con- ce are niomehtous. will be one universal carnival of death. , No place on earth thriiiif in comparison to any oth r por tion of the Grlobe. Tha cninniA hilrtf J3 .StWifeasteSiS eases, liree of these planets ar mali fics, and Jupiter, although a bsngfijc,J. produces evtt-througll associatic n,oil technically, by conjunction wi hth TOrenon-wmicir witi name tne skill of the . Ever rop, Jarlhj;and sjMxq or less s poisonous. The atmosphere wilJjbe foul ' with noisome odors, and there kvilfbe' iMMifdiA J1f99t1Apkittfi,4is't 'thev a Bcourge; mereior, rerttjre, ye. plutfonoas, for grave." Tom betets-'tif tMi'flelaaildvebi 4Me fi4h'int IheiBeaniHll.be disease vbillionstifi fish; LwiU iKfl.4.be.casiiippno1the..Beashjpj,e,, A J tl V "I ' 1 1 J 1 (to iesrer in, tne sun i ana imPTesnutw ine atmosphere with' tlj,eir' foul emanations.' NdWnb-r animal foM!shtild wlateii''. from 1880 to 1885; for the1 flesli'bf h earlyi 'H the,;'nimali ;idhgiJom!'and,-the ny, tribea Uiat' iababifc. the iriVterali atl ains, Ualces ian4!oce.91n. yi be,.djsease4 an'd' therefore those who papaJfe of theinesn shall poison .their "bipod and. be taken1 illlf 1 .lll.i ' llT..l'!il J III . I .III. I 1 LlMll... I'llIlL L-l. UH'll i-t FAMINE ANB FARMEES. Ki ji( The poison Wa't,'ehfs)l!ttiev syStia. by, meats , is, t ii c 4- ti ti ti-io tT 1 De Thocmated with the Dlasme. !ersvwiUiiJd!'sclceTi,'wM fear - most eminent physicians. ' 4i water m tha eaith, on th-ea uiub axo conBUTiuuonauy weaK, ana ln- last home mo T71 A Al. I 1 Bw,uKKw..wiu eiia iu tne. iar TT-"af1a,is"l .T ahttVnrnXweW'pgrUoo' and JupitertHrMgH J a"rjenin;' trpWfftt evil through association. Now 5431, and lb.bPjySrfoferMIrst plague emboi wmcn the world has an i Hi.j uir win nrr ttiat they wm''ceade-o!'a'tfs;, andffuiitfaniife will .step hi to makfe hu man misery. .mom wretched! ; ; fanaticisra : will srorinc ud in manv daces, and bloods 'ubhted' wfllTPeHtlHj -'therefrom' murflepers , 'aJM JJOODers.wiiviiipiyjiJieiri. jaeuisu wozp. tepnpamtjvfar ithfie.'wiberjUitle' or' iVoiii!'9fe'9l foflOT1 wi the trying 'fc&sfe "of Keeping alive :' peotile- willbe buried in deetf trenches: liileofh, fineij l the ,ju(ige will be stricke. fromi the Wsti&tl ffeade'r the bar, a t;Jihe merchant and the customer will be seized. 'wttethe fatal'1 riala'Me tri,3in'g : death will come slow arMlmgferfiniitfl fldme'caeeev but na'rflosti it will be -swifei and terrible. In seaboard' towdf thou Bandsiwilliibe iburiedhikil tiie ilaays, and harbors, theJwitdjeJoojary ni'twiitJi- StfTldjig. j. niijuow I't-jil.-Jji'l A ujltiimahyii .oonoinesjvasfe ;fflMftnets win he deseriedvitand even iin Europle' Aome portions will appear so neap, thati Condi1' tion as to,apairaaetrav?leE,.i. Oieiroay walk whole dayBjover hundreds m farms' without seeing a . living! thing.o i On , all ) i'J 1 t -J-.--"in i n- ii nm -MlJ 'Ui J 'ii-:it ml,! Ikhiw iii6oav;TiiavAFTHRii887v:'l t .Stout-'.. iwiill be(i!tfcet,.ibearta iwill , deapair.in ,th,ose dreadful times.i, Fi will nrinn and crv out that the hftl tJodl is "agaihst 'manjd,Ji!rid' reli frenW'will bC ramttant in 'aU' the c5KesT:,,'ttbalied1 propha'iJwili .thjrir followers ideeds .pf .bocjfl xcnd , rap,me,!1buf ;tey not na sway .ong; msahity from migibua catlses will pre abmin'a'ta in;,!thdseV! fimes ftm mot tar ih citfeis Wheref'sewe!rage ia!defeJtivi) will be appalliniffleveTythiriRilthat filiate or drank it hould. be boiled .well before beih& use,q;; no cooaetf ww, , wuium be uartaken of if allowed, to b6 eipoaed plksrue to the air for eVe'tt 'a;qiarter ttf"att hour.;, MleOTTo6a'muBt be eatett'dS tiWti after' (bemg, ' dooked as' :pdS6ible 5 very land 1 abimal food; slibuld:! ba .elimirmtedhifrpnir'1the tablei ewn fishaii4ame,shpuld,ioti-'be ,used :.,milk .butter, eggs,' fatsTanfi 'ibils ar WPTfl TTl Q Tl tl tlti .i ail itiv.t; .. any record. .VfXOO from 542 to 546 it has been estimatecLlyit ys.ooo.ooo-Eioo eath&y the plague ; Bunerea c also 'CottsmVHastbr'v SATOEN. xiv. : Vyli ,inutns Saturn wete' ifi ?Ty-;...y.Qj i it- .-I T . I t4r V. UOU! 178), ' MABS AND In 1870, Mars and perihelion and in the sign Virgo, "and u,uwn suiii uiuvfu luuauiiania cuea in jl. . - j t r ... i ,4 uie city oi marsemes m less tpanJiveJ wetiitH. in oo, lUjUuu aiea eacn UHJ tu, Constantinople. Alexandria plgypt,) lost in 542,50,000, and m5j4X $0,000 of Mr il&bfttaFy t& plaiiie. 1 But as Dad as were those times, theW will"5hlp H.llTH II tj- l tTl H ltWWWC. aI ml t many of us are doomed never tol witness. All the weak and mtemperatearB sure to? die. There is no escapVr6nv the inex orable plague fiend. Fortunate indaedr are tnose wnosa puoqa js, ,pura ba. from any taint or weakness, for they alone will survive the wreck of the hn Y4Qti!DMt of the hlIMi!!n;yX'7!"1tTrr.-T:-lTr,) ulTJ . ., 1 " win joixi iiuoiuH aoiu go aown io .tneir-.L- Z'T , , . . " i, rr .ao in of n,.. -Ai1. PqtienttTt changed wilL prevent! theihjooc; s nT-'iTqraees-wH ibe blotted from the face of Hie earth. Asia will be nearly depopulated and the islands that border ksiar- will V : ' suffer frightfufet!P33KACOitge. The compi somearb 'figo.10 Owe1 mdrniffgV Mte idayBtek'"tHd' aJrlt -nsfersi Fall discovered dcimetbina nivincj Jiugftoldilpg Qiiitrunk eta. tree whiqh fpr' Va WiH lansous o: ? -,LTv,i it i now on tne American ,siae,navinH rarai' "--'i.""':''-i:-trrt-p7T,,-nirT - - .ipse mtmowm 9s we mediate.vicinity.are the best to J rniman .svsieni in a 'Positive' Btatei u 3 were .-ilvl-J I i a ves- theifergiltM .-iWJid, ,that(pnc so. .animated witti animal .Kfe.nc tige will be seeti;i.Tb.tftWflieJdeJ serted.-farma . wilL, Bhow.i signs of ;)iiBar- lariiremantiand. .nesrlifcence Vfihat (plaioly 18iotAl.huTOedidejpaytftpiu ers to the popuiousj iieft,i $ travr ales Dursue his wav.till .he. comes fo"th6 Lsmafi ivillaffesi ,anany. oi 'which , will vn'otJ .COUJKttft.Siwigieiy.ifflg.. wwgjj.jiieTi mm look into meiuhojuses-talet' ,him--pa8e -tbrpugh iitfiev doors that,. 818, ajar and .Witness, the. sjckeniuapecaclei of. whole ta.miiiesiieaa...JUeiim fiw,wanaer,,ii rie i ytnavB. couragw, vnouugo.-; jms.. .ainckeni.witft toelacfeciath. e Lfielrds'enf thet hiUsiesir pd,hi oanyohsoef : thei mouiitaJA? and seeieveryphaad of' jthis .(terrible tul'. tllfe -icoJmuiaeing -pomt. o feached-frrthe: enii . alj J.tac Tiio jinTifnt.liilfai jliaAojaA ...... i " The jcpuntry! people -.will ;fie to the crowded cities for . aid,, but : unlas they are ieh the'phytdcians'v will- giyB therfl littler, 1 ir ' any' -attentioai u The pope wii ;6uhtry diri the' he will aladiy,'. Leajth.js die by the tens of thousands. jbinlstefrtnhand to oothethei a?onife.s The doctors "willbe thout.ft in' uhi- versaL,. demand. and extortionate m- charges for their services. Bear ail mmd; ao medicine or doctor can give WbiL, any youisterai94?6alri impure,' copSous, draughts of warm ater " and a egewiaic aiet-wiiEPteyeijiiiJie aisease icisoiffii? the. WOodtin the process Of h. gestionrAwraalipoflJuHo those who. coritinue.the use of it. Fine cotton fre- atientiTt changed wilL prevent! the.hlood from being poisoned through the organs MM respiration; Maisy people1 fwill think. iUHw HIP lutai uenuuouuii ui auiiuai iiio wjlloccur. during' this era of -plague? countries that join the northeastern por-a4- tion oi Asia will suner the ravafres of tho J.. plague. ,Rnia3idfl Ibe the first Euro- . pean nation that will suffer. I Unless correct sanitary measures are ilaken be- -1ee38T6(P''tilkgue will be found de- .: . vastanng cities on the Atlantic coast xf mieeii iiiiinoiiB ui uuiuuiianns sewers of her cities are as im 1880 as they are to-day. aper: ? than if -IaV n. fine feet in i KJ1 WHAT TO EXPECT. The perihelia will bring other inflic tions upon the inhabitants of the earth, lover ' wMch-mankind can exert no re- straining influence. There will come storms and tidal waves that will swamp . . ,t whole cities; earthquakes that . will ,4 swallow mountains and towns, and tor- '.?-! i yca iUt :ti i j j -i iinuycQ biiaii win Dwwp iiuiiurvuB ox Vll- ' tains will tremble, totter and fall into sulphurous chasms ; the geography of the earth will be changed by volcanic action ; mountains will toss their rocky heads up through the choicest valleys ; valleys "will appear where mountains stood: skillful mariners will be lost in ., the. ocean, owing to the extraordinary variations of the compass : navigators will grow pale with alarm at the caprici ous deflexions of the needle ; volcanoes that have been dormant for centuries . , will awaken to belch forth their lava with more violence than when in their f pristine vigor, rainfalls will deluere val i leys and mountain streams will enlarge -'"'their beds and become mighty torrents ; fires will start spontaneously and devas tate whole forests; great hres will oo cur in many cities, and some will be " totally destroyed ; there will be remark ' mble displays of "electricity, frightful to is.; a witness; wild beasts will leave their natural haunts and crowd into populous cities, timid and harmless ; suffocating fumes of sulphur will escape from the earth, to the great dread of many ; an unprecedented number of ships will be shattered in fragments by running on mighty rocKS and small islands that are not down on the navigator's chart : islands . will appear and disappear without any apparent cause ; the navigator's charts will prove almost a detriment instead of as aid, owing to the sudden changes of ocean currents, temperature and sur roundings ; the birds of the air, the lccteah there wil-.bBr.'twb ewhich will range With fury in all parts of the world from 1,35 .tq 1887. The fires will be the means of an niSHiting every germ of disjeaBe;J':Ih farevery cr,,t(rportion of cityJ in whiKh the pjfe'i'sppears should be burneCto the froimdS This will destroy tnescourge.f JNothing pmare can do it, X .those Vho' iav Hopaa a,A' -Those who pass thrbucrh those terrible years of woe will have jgrealf capacity jor the enjoyment of the pleasure of the earth, xne earth will yield twice as much as formerly. All the animal king dom will be more prolific and life more prolonged. The average duration of life is said to be thirty-three years now ; after the year 1887 it will be just twice as long, or sixty-six years. The reason of this remarkable prolongation of life is owing to the healthy electricity or magnetism that will surround this globe, From 1880 to 1887 the electricity of the earth will be deadly, owing to the ma lifio influence of Saturn an Uranus upon our atmospherei During the black death the most wonderful celestial phe nomena will be seen. For weeks the sun will appear as red as blood, and terrible convulsions will appear in that great body. The sun will discharge oceans of flaming hydrogen gases, that win ron in tumultuous Diiiows hundreds of thousands of miles from its centre, The moon s actions on the tides will be spasmodic and irregular. Tremendous showers of meteors will fall to the earth, and remain in an incandescent state for hours. Dense black clouds will veil the sun for days, and the moon will not shed as bright or as steady a light as before those dreadful days. The whole heavens and earth will tremble at the awful continuous reports of thunder being frequently for hours; blinding flashes of hghtning will illume the black sky ; people will scream with horror at the fantastic shapes the lightning will assume ; thousands will go insane with fear of the celestial phenomena; al modes of egress from the cities will be stopped on the prairies, in the moun tains and valleys, and their occupants will die in them of disease and starva tion; steamships and sailing craft will rot on the oceans with their dead human freight, drifting where the winds and waves may drive them. (.excepting vegetable oiiajsnouia PBiprori MbiteaY1 vetableB.raihs' and fruits, thafc are produeed in eachcbuiltryshpuld be used. .4Liie eieHToonaipi,?tevery thingj o(ar&-Mm, be -changed; Mierei-1 ,011 in. par un- keep the; When d!tto'itlM-pra0ticaHV rmposeible to con tract diseases AlLpBrscjaa a-wegitivfr 6,tati.tQjtheirvaujrrpung8Klwj!yL M the first to fall victims to the scourge, J.The flesh eater and the alcoholic imbilqr,wil4 'iMa0 iCh&iaito&fhia'&e g ot their foo;,v:'l)ecJiil irnpu $nflamed,:'ttid tberefdre1 rwlLbeinla'heg- atiye o state ; -and : neoessarjlyh enable to combatidisease. ., Bear,,in, mind, rio' pftrt of the..wQrld .wpl Jbe exempt frpmthft ravages oi tne piagup. ,neTngia iiomesi brth&Esihiairx'Will be mvadbd by te, 'derrWnl'oieathJ,: ttid;deBcaatibn wfll ,be as apparent therei in that frozeni '. o&A 'as invthe sun-aoor ched; sands of . Africa. It will nenetrate alike the luneries oi indiaj .ejciyiuzeiipiuea oi uiiericui i:j-w LOiiKOiuui race yviu ouiitsr luuni, iWjtjii lthoiit doubt tne most ancient.1 Jbtaces Him Hk'Iempies-tie)hftyei'th4ir 'rise, dedlinei'ftna fallw ibSl u ki j-ji khi T .loiiun ...") -i.m 1 POOR I CHINA... ' ,KHU 8d China will be . .depopulated, or n Garbs som4,yen"he plagtie 'breaks p,u jn, 188rih their utttry- hordes" or Asiatics will rtrrtWfhttf JWibti 'aiia'jflee their lebirh,"topfeaid the loathsome Tibripr5 oven everyulal thiey) -turn .tc iwery island ir tblCPacjflc will, be, swarming with, Mongolians," and tliey will iat ,)m reach the Pacific States, and thei Aflien. ca must suffer a' desiTufctioh'bf life with- 6tit la tmifallel in "ffie1 annals-! fef her his- tory.y"I:fty ' that .the! inhabitants "of1 the" i - . :n tlj.A' unless more vigilance ,; is used with pre-. vennve measures to keep them pacJ$. i; X am, not actuated by any teeiing pt preju dice aarainst ahv'rjarticulat race but the voice' $ the hosts of othe heavens" should be heai-kened -untor and, if by a mathv matical i schema we can,, deduct certain facts: portentous: to,, the,.iJaucasin race. ,they. should given aiid followed. r.Jj mortality the Jlast' Indiacoirntry "will be niSxt tttv order of 1 magnitude'1 to 'Chinai Africa next; ISarope next,- and America iiextt -i .The A.tlantio iState, wfll suflctr more than the . Pacific, South America, more than, .North America, and CahV f ornia will be last ' and Mast sufferer of uiih iiiusb iLUHiHxiaJii. piusuo' !tjn ,ciiia world has ever ' kfiowm Theplagu is notvtsnry: what ;the perihelia bnngsnsi but it will be accompanied by warldis-t cord, civil strife, flcoaa,i inundations and misevenHtentha ot the wrld, .drojatfy and lualesv extraordinary ,r provision is made toquel great uprisings,1 aharbhyi .with all its horrors, will reign fr'orh-lB80 a, uleasant oasis ttiDlev . had." however.' !b8mfrll'aifficultT tottnav fchd ''appeared toj &ej,enaeavonng torerush inuitSrides .The i strong cable 1 snapped-,lik a whiprcord, and, me poor itJJLfMW ilU UUU UtttiU WULCIXXIIK ma4e fef'riiS'feEw' the Tbol THE ' RTAIr OF ' BETHIjEBEM. t... ' -In' 188 the - Star of Bethlehemi " will woioaP inore: Been . ini-?Casseopia's C3iairr,"cand it wilL.be. aocqmpimed ly a total eclipse of . the sun and moon. The star only makes its appearance1 every 815 years. ,It will appear and illumine- the iieaveiiap nuu c.vuh.ia ui uiintuiuv . wiaii Jupiter, when inopposition to the sun. and; therefore, nearer to j.the earth .and brightest. : The; marvelous briliancy of the-"Star. of. Bethlehem" in 1887 will surpass any of its previous visitations, It will be seen even by noonday, shining with a quick, flashing light the entire year, after which it will gradually de crease in brightness and finally disap pear, not to return to our heavens till 2202, or 315 years from 1887. This star first attracted the attention of modern astronomers in the year 1575. It was then called a new star. It was no new star, however, for this was the star that shone so brightly 4 B. C. , and was the star that illumined the heavens at the Nativity of Christ. It has reappeared every 315 years since, and every edu cated astrologer is certain that it will appear in August, 1887. The appear. ance of this star, accompanied as it will be by solar and lunar eclipses, together with the baleful influence that follows the positions that Mars and Saturn will occupy, will cause an universal war and portentious floods and fearful shipwrecks. North America will be invoked in civil strife, and a reign of terror will prevail in the Atlantic States, unless a Napoleon arises to quell it. There will be a war of classes-the rich will array themselves against the poor, and vice versa every where. . Toxt have doubtless seen the slightly sunburnt youth, iresh irom summer or other, who always perches himself upon street corners and talks loud about " taking a reef out of the quarter deck, hauling in the jibbooja ol the forecas tle, and lowering the aft ol the poop thatchway, bearing off the anchor to the lee of the starboard, and tacking the mainmast fast to the foretop of the sail after yanking the foreyard arm clear out of joint." He can't help talking thus; he has spent three days at some water ing place, and learned all that can known of a sailor's life. Condemn Hm not too harshly. ".'J.l.l UllJ in I.H'hllliii-.i,! :;i!J ,;...uiii;j -uh ..'.OYERi'MAlBt&BA, o IAlAS;, .Vji-.ui t'i I'jKil '!"!U:!!. M I. vU .11 tw,4n 9. m$Tl BSiMf.o-.l Oil l 'illtjfl llflliJ Hl.'.t "viioi.l! 1! )vlj ac- ill in lan.a 'l.i i--...iV '. I i'.-.I I.... : AS ENGLISH ESTIMATE . OF THB BROO i"--'-".'! 'i-jaj-j ii! turd; UQMMUNrrr. fotjnued by usukue kit u ,i:j,-JV.o.J .acrlll .BJiUliii Jan-iUV FARM LEYii 1111, :THK.t)eeluv 'ia .:thar)OSet.i(thing in koon ripe age of Beventy-eightj.::Bay8jfli e.s- ijilf-'' ""-''S'l I .. l,onti Tit. TrXnA o atiViniT Jtnltf'-" iMi IliillT irw year1 is famous experrment-watawhaeajiis name rapids caught 'by j faltt.l1illuliboki!Bgi downward Jiifroi bridgethisilog.waB -and;Still is lift m the herceat part PS .the rapirts, ,9 erahjy neare'ir to, feem.a? istod'c American side' of Goat Islana'tl the Anietican sh6re:r "The' flfovflitt1' &fe''JfirmlV wedged Kmly;ft;fjunt iei ji lira nT'tvii 1 , "W.'J !ilJ!il-r to the Brook Farm C0mminity:uyIt!WHa a Sacialiat attempts to , makei the World better,.and it. failed, like . many, -Which went. Wrir it. nid like mOat whicli haVel 'UlvZii'Tj-.S-i-il-'Ji!' Si'.lJ:ik4ajwiijl ntimPerM'amoTi itslneiitfbersrEmrsoii, I'noreftttriiawiaMDimeii aiiw iuargacep j ui- ler,otould iscarealyjafl. wmcu- Ixl the COnjSKl-: dn.itlie ;han,tQ. ' bbiect T t'-Wasi .carried 1 liilehel n 1 cast tow'ard 1 ti nii.ii 1 asBbon fouridtd be a mani-Mad evident -that ' Ms boat had. ieeov ryer.i the. fall during; tle . ,night, w' himseit. iiao, ?niiracui9usiy ,oee ftgainst. the lQg,.,by which he hai aged'to" stop, his fearful ' rush v deUtlt. ' ' Dfep'atbhes w'ere ! ' immei sentto Buffalo ' te"'thfe'.'Cast ilife-eaving gvniuvuyuiirai v VJ v,ii Miyy IW,, yyi aaaia.iby.a. specdaL team,; carrying with1 him, two. metallic lifeboats,' anil plans' to save me man were cohce'rted '""Btifc'BeK ore the arrarWrietne'nts were1' completed. theJrieWs liad ijeen: spread' sabToad, and many .thousands, of persona hadpreachfed iWVbnM1 its jii-.ItSiicoala.iiar rail worn wnttii'l IJliauqa .ill .0 i!J.tB 1 - 2.1.1 ' apoiia MHtHte uioO A Facetious census, enumerator calls hjs .bppkf? rjas.rgditiog of the ict-otvees. iui ment 1 natenit leather boots and "1 TtMWrliiiiiiiji.'hM-!a .Aoow .Bcnrl rmW oire jntij.l,K.ItUerefcrc thank- 'Ulvthatiitakdoes bite it doesh t kick. A stiiviNSJ"oBeftMaproraise s sent in .on.. ... . " 1. - ' li: JJ Pl on iiterasW? W.?n ffie ,s .wy- Iowa aimed at reiorming. kji tne cuxuwhni i'lij vu 110 .1 oiu 110 itfui auioa milaVi ttvtiai we A miseb is said to haveS" cork in We iMilleJbf mi t'eWows'-'afVlimdling thel to to S&ve the little Wind' that was left mltr nen and -WmenltehO'l twto-i.arli in1 it hearly.aJl arddead.- viiu!:,i-,v 0o-ij .m.j,ed . , , Brook Farm, , was .a pleasant enough afiiair, The members phopped't. ood and- reAittTicted !mei0''tmiver9e;':iand! after WtftW&'hM voilKtS ladylike a con- TiRTiobm: Prifloma'-aiuJ Miles (Jo(&daJU lii ,JLieca.use,teither 01 had sold: fatu.pig8.io;. prpsaip7 Boston A them is satisfied with a:saiodji.ate use of butchers, they returned 1 to reiid,.G:oletrttfe glass .sail-olfi eldiS and discuss the "natural mani'0)The B& MiWaHs.er the 11..1. nil .rrMPA I .. i O".-f - 1" V ". . .1 -&n i ! i. -t-iijj.a i-l trnfliH-i-fiffil them .InsrA. dKOTCflSlii. Ithslf (thfti bridge' ,me . (American " shore).; tliw eothiWiem- weardWf -Ihe outside vtvfa or,.. -tiAvWo r,f oil onaniiTif iiitiiil. monotony ol moir CTegarious existence, ... . i togs and the bfanches 'of trees wet fioyr ! ,.and werepnly rasti ereu- wiiu anxious -mux liurriiiwci ppeui.ii-i fr . y fc -j 'i tbrB. ! -J-"'u "Mi i.'a:l''- Vi'JV v.o;il ; ' 1 Thv nrse 0 attempt 'ftt rescue. wai i" by c .-mi -4ii4 i;.Vin4. ijrjc-.' UHftUiB vi Ji iitnin .-iiiy-iiJuvi:Jjj.PMvo.ii tachitd to a. .cable which was;, slacked1 off fxdm:. the abridge :Qpppsite itte' logjiaind guided by side-ropes. The poat hadmoi. . : v xfiixa i wtiiiii I'-.i-nrwr . yOfangertneftberfiM-am aU'.were I gue8tion of whether or notgroom at a wedding shoiadwear auwiiiiuaiiver oeit or inside h)1drwwoM3, . -.i if. -i.i rtiM i-n?iu iiniAaimiiiVMi..WMiviv ed bY'the'thojigPt', zTZZaaii tliAnwl . . . . 1 . . t i.i in i r-,-jowAJ nil i wajl uiiw wwdnj bniv w - .awtl)rxtiiia . ftTnHftm of wisdom.wiMbet.ause he laved hirtiai A PgrtiApgiirHiA li ugband, who doesn't i letters, infernal e mails. Wtter1 -to hirffute.-vHfe.d leading ib lifiiliteouslandjEeavfi'iicblewedr way of life.fl .BroQfcf looked npon.; ..la erage ieasonoi the year wnen fit i? reported asreturn- isy is it that's ;ing qmaSft8Dbrown.as ,ft,berry, the bye, what land of aTcrry is brown? -v. effort trtiirl rp'aB't Mm 'wSd 'carried ver the- falls, as If Lkro a ulera bia . .time was then consumed in deliberating on a new plani ana it was prpEQsed to asteii a qabie to. poittbudf j jng ,pn. tne, American Biae, to icaTry iTi- over to me lsiana until at wouia sag near -T . WWJI.' . Wiiin 14-iA -. ttiWn Al.zi m.n Vtt I MM OilU L'V. 1PPV-...W.I lllfjlll hSJ teesms rlaSket hung o the-, (fable by rings, ajsd.be;let down and rlulled m . m li ml.! 1AJ, oy means 01 smaller ropes. . in mawn als fpr mi8, experiment c6ul3, .hot curea. so a. last ii was aeciaeu. down a fetroriilf cohstnictf raft in saine'mtoiiter as the' lifeboat had been launched, axtdif.it-rcached the roan ua safety, Jto eae it oyer, toward, tha, iuiiall island! from, whence his rescue would.be comparatiyly easy. """ The aft' 'vras puilt," Jl XAV-.. 'r1ia"lr.m-in;4-l. lore all wai teady. u The day had passed lieif er beltonKinsr to Miss Margaret FulleJ. traxra Viiin an.A. tronhLfl an the miiKintr. "11 nav lor tne cattle witn suche..ateflu3!ehemence, thtf i-?thiT'irpHK empfjpbClMMdias 400,000, cn.i nf -twm- miniitea I broke the ma- nnn snbiects. and not Qne.,pi them is -Kwwv w -w 1 - ' -, . .l.A. V.J 1.. , i - ehiaeA -I'Tliettiab.tOTghfcwflDd and re- named John Smith, out as every mira plenishedothuftses-.niij- fiajlya: wfcliiMn.'oirtJWcW eaJW?RpIig" 18 lU8t AS THE we-iwsru ciuuuD tvio uug.u nxuu gbMd'Weni aterj;trjasiIifiost to view, so does the memory.joL,!; kjnd,act bring n. smile to me iace wiieu no uuiiuui ia fcTgdei'o e:i-aa .! .1 Tt is 6v4hbiwhd)the.Jmojfjiing gate i-gallaDi&ttk up.W-a beapjDf manure jf the,beautifnl that you can penetrate I ta, wake an Jxcepeni'iusbahoaii;'' ' lnt0;t1iei'4TaM1,1f feowtedge. That 11. '-" MLl aai,Avila'il-J.1i-iiif. Vi , X1L -.' ..a jj.f-tfnllrWi,Tli it. olioll know, as tolth-cr rr , ...a- JJUt mni.ni. ' n. ' KnnKwl.f'i-i. cftkes. " Jkiiier break- 'fasta MrRiptey..ito:f faf- orfirr.Tit xTity. .rrm.i.arinfiiL -wjiien ine save me to- understand Tiyaa called a. pitchfork. ;and h and,Mr- Farley tojittrtie'd wrtiv Kiiniiiir WHttjH.Hn, vie Tbritr 63050161)41 oncinal ioAciin-.reyiviUK wiwuu me. . A. After .this hard worn, and pianu y..l-Tv,tt(rtl;1w ;faumtev.f years, they took td Mghc tOlinkihgr- By moon- . ,-rfVvrtl ia the, crav. hair ..unto, men and . 1. aii .. mm a-bw- -.-r ni ni-.ua a ann rru m Ola oaaiH,..w juxuew auw-.pjt-.i p"b"' 1 'ie-AUiJ..r;.1 n.., atic:airs,J11Aiginaipp " . . .1 . . , 1 .-. acnyevnaracier. vyiio ed1 miftself to a huge M,iihi4g to have lJjhedish toward ,0 "taste tne pud- .VM. 'JVAt.7 v jv v . . 1 1 1 lore au wa u. p r S' reid in parts arAolig the-githSiw AtiSNrBWftiWCWai. . ... ..!- 1--.'!.- a-.-t-i. i :xi i. Knnton 1,0 see me ST3ec-arawJiui;ci.-vxiicui r r" . . 7i:i.T . -... ... -TV . .V, ; . . , ; , .. ... I. affile Hivo moved It withstood brave. smgmg;,whlie" they assaults of tM-angry rapids; Ai .-, 1 .. ( mix . j .3 .. me iog. aims muu-.uw:w wu "j" l-t.i... .jJ. ,t. .l-, flirt-' hiaf arms. 0. .Tbe-raft camet,,within J114 ? Tn 1 - 1 1 1 ri" . JL : J. Jr-s. -il' - I 1 II(r UI H UMIjIJIIJLIB- U. tkUBVGUUOU WU -jviivr. L K l aopMcway, , bf , cpurl k Farm. failed , It was' too good fol' thimpe. -XnS-TS. fect mWMth ccaitury.- Bs'theOryjwaft SSSSffi a ifeejaultless, but wMch-lieildMstood 1, Then1 raft ife-rao oi ijoowm that im- w.b.kxwwuo .iVj.nW. qWiAmati like the I 11 TU1I1TI H HIII1IIIH.I If, 111! Ill-lilAV ' Vi r'. . Al. I'iTT i irwrfv, . - -Til , ; -.tj from ovef wtoilght - feelirtgii' ;auddenlj. i 1 - rrri. ; me rait came to-a sxana. ; join rupe was lauff It had-caught in ft.rpck." -t?6 at- lmpto-iorceiirwa wias.wj paruug, , - kiaUlA'i-ils Thev and the iatal conseauences- could not be dividing others pe6Me goods, lhey SmrkSil boor victim seer.led Wily tn? to leaa azpetteruie nww 1 m-aru ju ff - u 1 li 1 1 iaMiia. imt - --i l ini lH-l l l r l m n.' - : .w J , . . - . . - o-i 1 xf,,- tyiA. ..I II I I ..... LUlUin t .1,1 AAA . AAV, . . I AAU A Ut MBA.. . . ..... .1 Pray, eman SrPlate, the puddin ?quv5o ,noiu tt? looking first and then at the r Train- ProMariate 'low-8ittila iJi Congress in1 Pari., ortherwjJd ce.4-cappedJ people who -prate -poQsensef un4ep jthdlsante ( name, talk .abput savmg'society'-or the direction 6f tha ; island, and was - in the'.foaming waters,. Instantly he strrick pufr.f or the island, fie seemed tp be. a powerful swimmer j' arid thousands ' of men and 'wemen held their breath in horrified suspense. He appeared to near the island in his desperate efforts. Then arose the cry. "He's saved! he's saved 1" ; But suddenly those on the bridge, who could see more distinctly from their location, became aware that the space between the island and the swimmer s head was gradually widening.. There was another dreadful moment of sus pense, and then the unpitying rapids seized their prey, and apparently mak ing sport of the efforts that had been resorted to to snatch him from their grasp, twisted him round and whirled him along until they hurried him over the precipice. As the poor fellow went over a singular enect was ooservaoie. The vast body of falling water curves over the edge of the falls like a huge wheel, and as the body was shot forward by the force of the current, it seemed to leap completely out of the water, the feet being visible, before it took the ter rible plunge. The deathlike silence that had fallen upon the crowd was broken by a fearful cry a sound mingling a wail, a howl, and a shriek in one. Many strong men as well as women fainted. They had witnessed a tragedy more in tense in its painfullness than any the drama could present, and one not likely to be soon forgotten. inelancholy; truth" "M, that the " natural man "t does , not lovtj his brother-he cats him' ;'and in. such a Hrtcietv as Brijok- Farm, social "progress . " . , , was impossible, .:thpugn, ij.eorge -rupiey and his faithful ipUowers. wpuld. never allow as much; as mey went fprth, into a stonv." ieerine world.- poor, , sorrowful and unconvinced - A Fossil Forest. On the slopes of Amethyst Mountain, from two thousand to three thousand feet above the river valley, in the Yel lowstone Park, are exposed at different levels, at intervals through the entire height, a Beries of sihcrhed trees, many rooted in the position in which they frew, and from twenty to thirty feet in eight. Some lying down are of great size, the fragments measuring eighty- two feet in diameter, and comparable to the en ant Seauoias. The semes oi sand stones and conglomerates in which the trees are imbedded are more than five thousand feet thick, forming a vertical mile of fossil forests, the woody struc ture well preserved ; but where cavities have been formed in the trunks of the rotting wood they are lined with crystals of amethyst and quartz. Top put blinders on a horse, so that he can see scarcely anything that is go ing on about him, and then blame him for trembling and jumping and starting to run at every little noise. Ton forget how frightened you were when, with blinded eyes, you were initiated into the awful mysteries of the High Mightiful Lodge of Unbiassed and Superincumbent Chinwaggers. And why shouldn t a horse be frightened as easily as a donkey? He was Sobeb. A leading officer in one of the courts was charged with never going to bed sober. Of course he indignantly denied the soft impeach ment ; and he gave the particulars of a particular night in proof. We quote his own words : " Soon after I got to bed. mv wife said: 'Why, husband, what's the matter' with you? You act o strancrelv.' ' There is nothing the matter with me,' said I; 'nothing,' said L Tin sure there is,' said she ; ' von don't act natural at alL Shan't I cet ur and cet something for you?' And she got up, lighted the candle, and came to the bedside to looK at me, snacung me light with one hand ' I knew there was. something about you,' said she. Why, you are sober 1' " u !uc1Srogrt& in the returns of me census enamnrauon as w fcK)tingsl&"ytfleiI!hesAiound num bers are estimates. Those carnea out OTecisely'Se' official' S-" ii 'ii IO Tjlitil-iK .VfliT a:ti TTT. : .cm v. ii'ii'lZ i.i -.-,,,- i.f,-f nui win ArKallDlia .......... .... I T.. . . . iw.'j.'v,' rlifnrnia.... 863,000 Cofort-dd. ATM'lDSOiLi . c vf 195,161 norlda'.-'. : -.V1. A. V&i-M,vi Ji ono . - - sou.uuo Indiana.-.. ..j.y if,-,vifi..Y ' ' 2'056'600 J.OW&, ..." Kansas. :. f?;W.VW.XC4iI4 . ...-vI - i,ww,w .Kentucky l.vso.ouo j . . - . . . .. - n. r . it. ruin AAA Maine AiJ .,xJn -woi.Iv 66000 Matnachustitts1. '.-IJxi'il A-zW .... Michigan. 'S.'Si Minnesota ...... i ;J 776,714 MUsisnippi. w - -- Missouri - 7ZW Ann Nebraska .............. . . 452,000 Nevada. New Hampshire .nl'nnn New Jersey j.,im.,vw New York. 4,080,000 North Carolina i'i0"'0 Ohio.-i...: ""'Y Oregon lio,ooo Pennsylvania 4'00'2?2 Bhode lsiana S.r'AAX South Carolina r Jn'SnV. Tennessee VSKn Texas ZSS'SSk vSSAAia v. ' ' v:. :::::::::::::: 33vb$d .- Wisconsin 1,300,000 Pursuing the same . method, that of close estimate and actual figures, the pop ulation of the Territories will show as follows: Idaho.. 30,000 New Mexico. ... I Washington Arizona 41,obu District of Columbia , 'Sol! Montana ,?.'Xr5 Uteh 144,010 Wyoming In 1860 the population of the States was 31,218,021 ; in 1870, 38,155,505. It is not doubted that the present enumera tion will show at least 48,000,000. , High Gambling. The London TFor.d says the young lancer who lost 13,000 the other night at the new gambling club has already paid up the greater part of his enormous loss. I hear that an ex officer of the Blues lost 44,000 the same evening. Very little is ' heard of the winners at these hells.