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Scientific Miscellany. t d -A iFenh asxant has sncceeded in n killing the phylloxera by means of elee- c tricityi . . passes a powerful current 11 through a copper wire wound about the ti infested vine, when both eggs and in- a .secta are killed by the shock. 1 -A foreign journal states that in a re .cent sexperiment thirty-seven cats be- n longing in the ,ity of Liege, Belgium, t were taken in bags a long distance into ' the country. The animals were released ' at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and at 6:48 a of the same day one of them reached its e hinme. Vis feline companions arrived at Liege somewhat later, but within twen ty-four hours every one had reached its n home. It is now proposed to substitute P cats for carrier-pigeons, and to establish i a regular system of cat communication d between Liege andthe neighboring vil lages. G 0 -Marat, the notorious hero of the first o French revolution, the same who met his v ,death at the hands of Charlotte Corday, I was the author of several important es- - says on electrical science; while Napo- a leon Bonaparte on many occasions dab- c bled in scientific lore, and was the lihber- d a:1 patron of men of science. -It is known that a great quantity of invisible and finely-divided meteoric matter is floating in space. At the late meeting of the American Association, Prof. Pierce expressed the belief that the t aggregate of this matter exceeds the p mass of the visible celestial objects. The I idea is not new, as Mr. Isaac Taylor said l nearly half a century ago: "The invisi- t ble material creation, it is probable, vastly outnuimbers the visible; and it may justly be thought that the worlds made 'known to us by their inherent lilendor are to the unseen only in the i proportion of the chiefs of an army to the E thousands that till the rank and file. It isn.a if from the summit of a tower we were looking by,niglht upon a boundless plain filled with the array of war, and c could discern nothing but the gemmed crests of the captains gleaming amid the t countless and nuseen multitudes they were loading on." -Prof. Hagen has decided that the ap pllication of yeast on insects produces a fungus which proves fatal to the insects. d Potato-beetles sprinkled with diluted r .I'east die within twelve days. t --.Concerning the subject of voice in fishes, Mr. S. E. Poole states that some six years ago he made an interesting ob sersation. While seated in a small ca neoe on the Disang river in Eastern As sam, he snddenly became aware of the j;resncee of a number of fish called "lnah sir." Tl'he were evidently attracted by the canoe, and Mr. Poole surmised that they might possibly think it a huge dead Gish. While watching their movements, he became aware of a peculiar "cluck" or percnssive sound-frequently repeated on all sides, and coming from below, but near at hand. This was soon traced to the mnahsir, and one of thenlm -made dis tinct sounds which were answered by others. Mr. Poolo also says that in some parts of Eastern Assam a large bivalve sings in concert with others. -Sir William Thompson last year com iuenced a new and curious experiment on shoemakers' wax as a viscous material. A large circular cake of it, about eighteen inches across andl three inches thick, was made. This was put into a shallow cyl hidrical glass vessel. which was tilled with water to prevent any sudden change in the temperature. Several corks were put beneath the cake, w'th sonime bullets on its upper surface. The result is that, in a year, the corks have floated iup through the wax ani" are coming out at the top, while the bullets have sunlk through the wax and come out at the bottom ; and this has gone on while the wax was at all times in such a condition as to be excessively brittle to any asd ,denly-appliced force, such as a blow from a lhanner. Mr. J. T. Bottoinley has been experimenting with the same material, and has constructed miniatuire glaciers in wooden channels, which present all the phetomena of flow to be seen in real glaciers. -According to a recent (Gerinan patent, bronze is rendered as malleable as cop per or iron by the addition of one and a half or two per cent. of mercury. -Among its many objects of historical jinterest, the Paris Astronomical MIllsenlln .contains a pair of Mercator's globcs, elating from the middle of the sixteenth century. That figuring the earth is the first on which meridians of longitude and latitude were laid down. It is re ported that the great equatorial lakes of Africa are all to be found on it. -The immorality of the practice of ,onnesmning cow's milk is thus set forth in a Chinese phl:ard translated for the Foochoiw Herald: "Strictly refrain from eating cow's milk! Man should not rob the beasts of their food. Moreover, of all lieasts the cow is the most useful and meritorious. Men %n ho do not discrimti nsate between mankind and beasts are ým orse than senseless. Those who sell milk darken their consciences for gain, wad those who eat cow's milk foolishly think they are henefitting their bodies. Men who take medicine should first care fnlly investigate and find out its nature. Why do nlot those who eat cow's milk .consider and inquire into its origin ? For instanuce, men beget children, and while the children are small they depend slinm milk for their nourishment ; so it is also with beasts. But when men hIy milk to feat, do the-y not do injury to the life of the calf f And is there snot bitter I hatred and distress in the minds of both cow ani calf? Beasts eoma not speak; mhow, then, are they able to tell the tman that in: eating the miik it beasts his bodi ly,,: ke :::at ,f bb':ls .:- , , :h iMa But if men wish to take strengthening medicine, there Are auniberless other ar tioles in the world that are beneficial; and what necesslty, then, Is there for taking cow's milk? Belides this, the death and life of men have their ftaled number and limit, and this cow's milk can not lengthen out and continue the life of man. Sinee, then, all know the truth-all know that it can not do this, all ought to act with loving and benevo lent spirit. Especially all who receive this exhortation should keep from eating milk. The children of those who cause their families to refrain from eating milk will be preserved to grow up; they also will thus lengthen out their own lives, and will escape from evil in time of fatal epidemics. If snch persons be able also to exhort others, who are ignorant of first principles, to leave off the eating of milk, their descendants shall surely pros per. Published by the Hall of Good Ex hortations. The Xylographic blocks are deposited in the Ung Ling Kob." -Excavations in the vicinity of Bonn, Germany, have brought to light the site of an old town, supposed to be of Roman origin. The remains of a large Roman villa were discovered near by, situated a little below the site of an extinct volcano -a circumstance tending to show that at the time of the Roman occupation vol canoes of the Rhine had ceased to be dangerous. New Hampshire vs. Louisiana. N. O. Daily States. The telegraph annoiunces the initia tion of a suit in the Supreme Court of tihe Unlited States by the State of New Hampshirie against the State of Louisiana, to enjoin tihe exeetlion of the provisions of the new constitu tion, relative to the paymlent of the interest on the consolidated bonds. We presume the suit is brought under the original jurimliction of the Supreme Court of tihe United States in coutroversies at law and equity between the States, or in which a State is a party. It will be a deeply interesting and important suit, the first of the kind ever brought. There have been sev eral suits between States under this original jurisdiction of the Sluprceme Court, but they anil involved qules tions of bonndaries. We can renme ber no case involving a debt liability which was ever brought under this jurisdiction. There hs been a vast amount of argumentation on this sub ject among the lawyers; many able jurists have contended for the jurie diction, and, as able ones, starting with Daniel Webster, have denied that any such jurisdiction existed. It would be wise to settle the question at once; we shrink, however, with horror from tihe menace of suech a burden of learning and logic, nas will be inflicted upoll the reading puilic by this discussion. The last July number of tihe Law Joournatl of Boston contains what might he considered an exhaustive dissertation on this qesltion, written by Gen. Bradley Johnson, of the Vimr gimia and Malmylnd bar, in which lthe theory of tile liability of States to be sued inl tis manner, is plreseuted with great force. It was, doubtless, the argummelnt which iniduced the State of New Hampalshire to enter upon, this cam paigo or advelnturle of collecting um debt from a sister State dime to her citizens. An act of the New -lairup shire Legislature authorized and dli rected tile attorney general to bring suits against all the delinquIent States on bonds held by the State or its citi zens. Louisiana has been selected as the first victim. Minnesota, Tenlnessee fiInd other States amre to follow in ipro Cession. Phrenology. The time is passed when people ques tion the utility of Phrenology, and men are now applying its principles to an ex tent that is hardly appreciated, both in self-enlture, and in their dealings with others. Thle l'hrenological Journal of Now York is the only periodical devoted to the subject, and it includes with this all that relates to HUMAN NATURE, and the improvement of men physically, mental ly, and morally. In the prospectus for 1HHO, the publishers make liberal propo sitions to subscribers. The price has been reduced to two dollars a year, and to each subscriber is offered a I'IIRENO LoA)Ilc'A IBusr. 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A osh T~daierrmiosrias he'OeuIaLans theuli, mthathe artnerp hethat moetofo eaisthat Sbenden' Cortio ow.ears aw iel ',5ssmdLeens gslJ YaablaL a klgeIbapa make heem is olke beiso's m oudlUons e Hone iolm toipoonefl tho om i.u ' ood JOHNSON'S -ANODYNE Fer Internal onrt kxteatal Use. h pr -teain is Diphthe rla, Croep .Asb. ms.BroochltisuflanzaSore Lanp Bleedag at te Loungs, Chronic Bareness, Ilaclkng .engih, Whooping Cogh Chbme llheumanerm, Chronl Diarrhlea, Cironcf Dysentery, Cholean Morbu. idney Troubles Diseaes of the Spine ad. Lame Bsc.l. old everywhere. JOSEPH FEIIEKEE, Blaocksmiths WHEELWiRIGBT & OACHIABIR, the public, that the partnershi heretofore existing between Mr. Joe. Ieard and himself has been dissolved by mutual consent. He will continue the same kind of business at the old stand, where he is ready to exe cute at shortestnotiee all work eAntnted to him, pertaining to the trades of . Ounmith, LoeksImlth, lacksuSi,, Whee wrifgt ad Coebhmaker. B·gie;i O(rulages, Wagons ald Osrts I r ,eel, in a workmanike manner, at priee to suit the times. Old Vehicles takn tn Ezex mge afor nae. The Manufacture of Plantation Carte aandWaoies a specialty. Inspection sad cmpariso n of work and prices with these ofe other makers will show a differene of froni ten to twenty per cent AlM wrak:4Ug UalteedS Donaldeeoville, La., Mratt I517&. Keatig's Academy, Corner Chetlzaehes and Attakapss'streets, Domaldmsoa.ille, La. Mas. M. KEATING returns thanks to the people of Donaldsonville aid vicinity for the liberal patronage heretefre beetoweC upon the Aademy, and begs leave to say that ao effort wni be sparedto mert a con tinan.e of publie favor. A limited number of pupila from noread and lodging. For termn of tuition, ete.;.pr ply to or address MRS. C.'XEATIXtG. mar24 Donaldsoavllje La.