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Ay, «hc liatli li<t rlc'it-< -d'Miy tli-m n"t,
Ye *koutlci' who <l|i-owu In r -w #v.
HildiU Willi wlilth U(i(l lnvr-:» ln-r lot,
Imperial - iK'UJ' nljo
Not hem to guide tin- 'ure of
Or toe the world » ith sword or j>:u;
Not hers to ri.-i* 111 loml drha'e.
Alike liiv scorn and m uff of men.
Bui her* are rialit* wliulinnnf inn* dare,
To wre»t fr«nn otil ! r weaker luind,
They date far bit- ka- Miu'» air.
And onward while '.ti'.- world fhull stand.
Her biitlirl K lit U tin- tni. • i t,
All truc-lxirii ill'*" will l •lly ]>*?;
Her rljilil, thai falM-lnmd n
-BliouUl'»»«*"'*'Mnil lur bl'i'Ui W- J
fffer* ilir* *!»•• « "\
Which name* her l.r«t, at hearth nud board;
Her right, that never to her i ur.
Should ronie th* impure or impious v> rd.
It 1* her riirtit to mc J I nn-I m ik''
The iHiT'k Vhunir i-pirit >I>l "ml f" '
And WHI li Wfm for In . in .nlion l'» • ..ke.
All tliul « Virtuous niun ahould tie.
To bid lilin »eek • purer tin.-d
Tlian e'er won l»y i».natcd power;
Be true In thought, in t»..rd in deed,
And lira?. in d»iii;cr'a f. ui ful hour.
To emulate the good, tin' wi»e,
Prei-H WfiWaVd. nimnr.lt. the ft.ial,
Willi bund outKtr.-t. il' .1 t > unntr the piir.e.
Which only CUD rewind lite kmil.
Tlie mother'* it it to f.-d,
Tlmt heaven oril.iiil.'.l li.'i »wcct employ,
While ifleryfars will ofti w. il
In gotnuif'iod'maii her own fond hoy.
The min, whouc every net In life,
Is with hi* mother'* preeepu fraught;
The man, whore lip* w ' l!l W|!,, '" ln " "ftc t
Hhall echo whit lib mother taught.
Not hi heraelf. but through her * -n,
The initlou'i w» lfitre ma\ f*he guard;
itv him, her \ilicul deed* he done.
In Liui, licr fame, ami her reward.
Who then thill *louht mir woman** righti,
U«ar tl • v -iw phailbe,
No skeptic'* laugh our m»ul aft'iights,
Nor iliiiuet our glori »u deatiny.
In ronneil true—ill ilannci '...Id
Let man utmid tir?t, m* IliVt lie ehoiild,
\\ idle wc in happier M'' hull hold
Ihe —*'1 rin'it' «' "■ r.iuuhood.
' nitv.'i awl
SUNDAY tN SARATOGA.
HOW THEY III! I Al> Tin: SAllll VIII
The holy Sabbnth i!;iv in llii.- |
.-weeteet epot pul down in tin- geography
!'!ie weary cease from troul'i! _ i the wick.d i>i >
at real, I
i' something lliat ought to ho reported.
"How beautiful it will I'.-,' I thought 1
tliis morning, ''to si i. In e giddy. .
worldly, fashionable j.c -oplc ceime their
daily toil and rest IV..in a week of exhaust
ivo labor. How *u i< i i t n-st with litem j
—to rpend the day on tin hold balcony,
Mii-rounded by diatii.nnl.-i and poodles and
Worth dresses and I'rcHiilenlial candidates
—engaged in peneelul, < 'livistian mcdita
tioti I" Hut, alas ! 1 was wrong. There
if uo rest for the wicked.
CHRISTIAN IN HI3AKf.'U Ol' BEST
At 8 this morning 1 wandered to the j
spring. A groat throng ol fashionable i
people surrounded i(—cli.tiling, lliiting,
<! in.king, laughing Worhlly-miuded
yinine ladies tossed buck their gold dyed
imii, KH»kcd over their f-lii-nidfrs» at tlicir
rich lace triflls,'.m l indulged in frivolous
anecdotes and conundrums. M is.« Brown
looked up at the yellow paint on Congress
Hall and asked Mr. \V anon :
"1 sity, Milliter Wa'in, (let' he<') do you
kiinw why Cuwnguess Jlail is like a (tee, !
Ue) —like a lemon
"No; why, Milli IVov/n
'•Heettttse—'because (tee, ftcr)-it's yl-|
low outside, an*'s got Jews (trt, lire) in.
-iJe." Then this worldly-minded Mis."
llrown took Mr. W arren'.-: arm, and tiny ,
promenaded oil'into Congress l'irk, eaeh
to listen to the oft-repeati d tale of love !
Alas 1 (he world!;* conversations at the
spring did -.ot suit me and 1 isuuntered
Tub obavb vakd.
Here, I said, as 1 walk< d along, reading
tiie epitaphs of departed Munltogians, 1
hiiall find a chance tor rest and meditation. :
Hut disappointment came again. Tie
graveyard was filled with au endless
throng rtf'lrtverH from the fashionable ho
tils. They came in pairs, dressed in uiag- |
nilicent toilets. They sauntered around
the graves arm iu arm. They came and .
sat down by me on tin- only bench. I
saw them look lovingly iu each other's
face, Mid then look mournfully at me as
Tthey Hfolhed— wished that 1 Vrttild go |
I went away—alas ! I went away.
1 f« n always tell when a fellow wants
me to stay. He laugLe aud jokes ; offers i
me a cigar and tries to entertain me. Bui
when two aristocratic young lovers from
the United States Hotel come and sit down
by ae on the only graveyard bcutli, then
look seriovs and make- remarks at long;
intervals about the weather—and he whips f
his white duck trousers with a willow cant ;
and she her left hand with her closed ;
ivory fan—then I know luy absence would
not add to their misery. I am not the
fellow, the old married fellow, who will sit
aud |io«r cold water over two warm, lov
ing hearts seeking rest and mutual con.-o- '
lationon a graveyard bench.
THE BACK TBACK ON SUNDAY.
From the graveyard I rode over to the
race track. I want* rl to fiuda ouict place |
wherr I eoald rest, But. alas bore too.
VANCOUYEI, WASH. TEH., S \ 11 RDAY, SEPT. 1, 1875.
( the jockey, were all breaking the Sab
bath. The were riding the glossy horn s
~,, and do*, and l'riee flcGtrath and
Mr Daniel ad Morrisey and Mr. Helmont
wore smokif and looking on. Ike race
track looke. like a Louisiana plantation
on Christms morning. The little ilarkrys
were spune* off the hors. s and swearing
jUsrJlhvfo.m wc°k days, only they
hiiJ on chin shirts.
Why ion't you horsemen ever bet 01
my horse, L'riee V asked Mr.
Price MO rath V V..u never bull my
*°Why, ves wc do, Mr. Belmont. 1 het
on your liorse at the lust race, an
And uty horse lost, ami y«u lost your
money, Trice ? sai.l Belmont sympathy.
l, *I?o; ' '"'I your horse would lose and
he diJ. *"<1 I won ,Vk '° hundred dollars
s iiil Mr. McGrath.
It's all perfectly natural, nil Mr Man.
i«'l a little while after, to have religion
without Price, for we've had l'riee without
religion foryeats and year*.
SUNDAY ON THE BALCONY.
From the race track I rode hack td the
hotel. 1 wanted to find a place for rest
Jiud meditation. The balconies were filled
with worldly minded young ladies and
gentlemen- They tramped up and down
in low necks and short sleeves with sweep,
injr trains b-jlind. The tickled goddess
of Fortune tas every where. She lined
the sot a, flapped all over the chaiis,stood
up in the and gossipped and
knlghtd and eCtitidaliz d her neighbors.
Sentimental young pntltftWu-Mmcwhis
periug love in the Hushed faces of flirting
girls. Dashing widows were listening to
suuey double etenrfi front rapid Union
CluU'ttitStt lyeforo g"i";' to Morrissey's.aml |
old maids were e»»:.paVlng< p*Hlgrees or
estimating the rev« i.nes of new-coming
bachelors. All was worldly confusion.
How could I refli'i t and rest?
> I.iMle girls came along with bouquets.
They Wftitle thi'tn int" tny face with their
sweet" Won't — yrrs—pleas< —buy—sirf*
Young men trying to -i t a chance to pro
pose, wanted to introduce roe to their
sweetheart's sister, £"-riagc men wanted
' to li t wo a rarri# Oreak the Hrtbh ith
with, ltoys wa .e to buy water til
lies, and oil in ed to talk polities
and stock . Co,, wee—wicked coin
nierce was everyv lu re. The fume* of
Bacchus filled my nostrils. Worldly
j opera music* grated* on try ears, ar.d court
' train dresses trailed before my fcyos.
What could I do ?
What could I, a poor, lone Christian
oi'l It.'in "do ? 1 co'ild not rest. I could
not get away from wicked fashion and
J frivolity. I wanted sleep filially an
i idea struck me. I found a retired nook in
! a dark cornt-r if Hie balcony. I wrote a
placard—a sort of personal keep-off the
grass placard, and pinned it 011 my hack.
1 while T bent my head down on the railing.
1 I held one of John Haul's dismal letters
j licfore-ruy eyes to'have a somniferous ef
| lect"6n'tue. On the placard was written :
I'M A CHRISTIAN JOURNALIST.
LET ME KKS'J' A.Nl> MEDITATE,
I'M TRYING To HE GOOD.
NO FI.i»WEKS WANTED.
NO USE FOR A I A UK I AGE.
I KEKrttlUit M ATKII 1.1 1.1.1 l-S AT itfttt'E.
I DON'T WANT TO TAI.K HORSE, OB
DUNCVN & SIIHUMAN.
Ifell asleep while the great fashionable
hullabaloo went ou around me. An hour
afterward 1 *w ke, oniy to find Vhy 'Vvatch
gone and my di imond sleeve buttons sto»
Ln. A bootbbick was rubbing violently
at my pateilt'lnther boots, and a waiter
i was brushing my coat . Tliey were bound
j that I should break the Sabbath. Hut 'I
: would not do it and rather than do it. —
1 iathor'tiiUn stay thin- and break the Sab
hath, 1 said, "i ll g< i up and go down to
John Morriffley's and amuse myself till
: twelve o'clock at night by mdviug'ttjonej
, around innocently ou white and red cards.
H EttUtfl, IVEALT 11, INTELLECT,
That there are people horn who in
herit certain imperfections, hoth of the
moral and physical nature, peculiar to
i their forefathers, is universally admit
ted. And there is ii" mystery in all
ihis. Were it otherwise, men tftiyht j
J sow tares, only, and expect to reap I
j vv heat.
Volumes have been written, experi
ments rtiiide,ait(l k-iture upon h*cture
i given,'upon the subject "f "Hereditary
Diseases," equalled "lily in amount of
words by sermons upon "(Jriginal Sin"
I and t'he necessity of epentance. And
! what is the result of all this? Simply
: nothing of any practi. al good. Time
rolls <>»», ftnfl 'the annals of and con
sumption show afrijrluful increase, nnd
w ill continue to do so until their op
ponents attack them at the right time
| and in the right way.
j We must begin with our children,
i ft is throngh them that all great and
i lasting reforms are to he brought about.
I Parents are their natural teachers, and,
l it is much to Ik- regretted that many of
them are most unnatt; 1 ally taught, lo
educate the intellectual organs at the
i expense of the physical ones, is the
greatest one of the age, and .so long as
it continues-, Art intellectual giant And
' physical dwarf eonbined, will be no
'curiosity. This is all wrong. If we
would rid ourselves * f "hereditary dis
cases," we must attach more importance j
jto the strong arm and well developed
cilC't. Our ntid ''angbters ma\ |
then live to that go"d old a"e \jrhtch
the ehikl reti of' Win MiiTned 1 in days
jt,me by, the "good old davs" us'we arc
wont to call them, when "wasp waists"
were considered a deformity, infant
schools unknown, and hereditary dis
ease not yet intt'odtu'H Into fashionable
1 ct the motto be. "Health first, then
\Vi;ilth." A man hail better bequeath
• > his children a souiul i (institution than
. I the wealth of a nation. A sick rich
t m is a beggar compared to a poor
v.i II one.
I'n those inclined to consumption,
then, I would say, go to work with but
half of the etu-rgv anil will to save your
I ly from premature decay that you
w aid manifest to save your ImuseTrom
"the devouring clement," and sueces
I will crown youi c/I'orts health and
long life be your tcwyed. Don't stop
to "count the ciUt." , 1*l»e , '(>.•
llu' fst;ite, of one execution, is more than
reed he spent to prevent ten murders.
So d ies one protruded fit of sickness
•ust more than all the means and ap
pliances nccessai v to secure twenty
Consumptive people are those who
jcner.illv take cold \erv casv.aiul why ?
because their lunjjs are week. A slight
old is a matter of serious importance
it them. They feel verv'well through
he dav, lVut'ilight In ings no "refreshing
Seep,'* and mortliug linds them weak
aid irresolute, with a pain in the back,
lvtween the shoulders, in the side or
inthc chest, and thr\ enter upon thu
dutiik of* the day wholly unprepared to
sustilu their share of its toils and bur
then* Who has not heard from the
lips cf such, the c mmon, though noni
the I'ss insignificant expeession, "It al
inostkilb me when 1 cough!"
Tosuch I would «.iv. if there be any
trutUin the old adage, "A stiti h in
time taves nine," it has a direct bearing,
a polited application in your case.
The fridge that almost precipitates the
travelk" into the river at one time, is
prettv aire to do it at another, it it be
not rejaired.- S. /*' M cclutttic's Fun
"Injuns, stranger — Injuns 5 Yes. 1
know the whole gang <»i"'em from Red
Cloud and Spotted I ail down to tin
jto Idling pappoose. I ought to Know
Yi..— I've lit Yin for nigh onto 11 liit\ |
lie was a glim looking old man,
villi gri//.l\ locks iii view under his
i Til kii "?ip. Ik liad on .1 bear skin
til, lii<liaii mocdasiiis, l»ti> k skin shirt
a | I.• in<rs, and hv held i l"iig rilll'
l> :v. I'd'!- his knees as we l.ilked.
'These Westi'l'll I'iiih''oad ■ ;iif rapidl \
i ili/ing the country Killing oil j
I lians, wolves and huflaloisr"
He liii k'cd rtrntind thr c.tt, V liicli was
h idsotnclv furnished and tiinslied, and
si lied as lie replied:
• l Vcs, times are gettin' w tt-s an' wuss
<1 wn this way. I've been tiuiilvibg'M
iin' up to the 'l ellowstone, whar a
ii m can go out anv time o' day and git .
mi squar light with a grisly, or raise a
r it.pi" with the rods."
"You must he quite an old man?"
"()nl\ 'limit sixty. I aint quite so
li iher "ii a rim, an' can't sleep quite su
w II with the rain pouring down ilitt' !
n face, hut if I thought I \\ asti't giSt'itl
f< ally three Injun's on the plains, >,r |
ar.v grizzlv that ever stood mi leg-, I'd
a\ veto shoot tile!"
-You must have seen some wild 1
tin es out here?" '
I'urty wil(l—purty wild," mused the I
oli man; there used to lie heaps o' reds '
on here, to say nothing of wolves, h'ars '
an! rattlesnakes, an' tliar was times'
w i'n death rose lip to shake hands,
w I. me."
•liver taken prisoner?" )
■I m< >u<.;ht have heecn—l guess I
n.-i he said, :is he uncovered his head.
'■ Vhy, you've been scalped?"
"They call it sculping, stranger."
' \nd vhh did that?"
'• I*ilis same Wasted Red Cloud. He
didn't use the knife, hut he stood by
and hollered and encouraged the chap
w Ini did do it."
" Vour sensations must have been tei'
- I heie wasn't time t' fcc'l h'riy sensa
tions, stranger. They sneaked in on
we an' Tom as we do/.ed, an' when I
v >k( up Tom was riddled an' my sculp
as hanging'f> an Injun's belt."
"And what then?" ,
-Vothing much. I got up hiwl kill- 1
is' two, wounded another, and legged
it up a canyon and got away. If it was
ti ilo over ttgain, I'd git thy tophot
h kor light the V. hole Soux nation
ti I some body went under."
IK seemed lost in reflection Tor a
in Miu-nt, and then continued, I
I don't kno\V wh.it sculps arc wuth |
in the market, but 1 guess I've got the i
full value o' mine. I'\e knocked over |
i i-in' of 30 Sioux since that night, and
I guess I'd be wilTin' to pAfcs HVc'd'jilt*." t
•'I suppose you've had a turn at half
a dozen ififTerent times r"
'•Less see," he mused. "Thar's the
Sioux, Hlackfeet, Pawnees, Arrapa
hocs, Shoshones, Chevennes, ail' three
or four othei mh'es. They've all hunt
ed trie, and I've hunted them, an' I
can't say as they owe me anything." ,
I notice A bad scat on your face."
'•I'urty good scar for a common man,
but 1 kin show ve the skulp Jock of the (
P.i-» ncc who tn'idr it. He jump'd or
me just after I had swum a nvcr, nil
ho tliouglit he'd got hold ot a j;ick-ral.-
bit. 'Twas a bad cut, ami it kind a
'mazed me at fust, hut when 1 dil cum
to, he was none afore he could ycli|
twice. I said it was a purty good scar,
hut it isn't quite ekal to this."
up the legging on hi-
leg and exhibited a scat which
made me draw hack. The foot, ankle
and the leg, as high as I could see, had
heen burned by tire.
"The Blackfeet had me fast to a |
stake Wrice, Ve'obtorve," he explained.)
"This was the time when they poked j
each other in the ribs, an' Raid they had
a dead 'Sure thing on old Carter, but
they WU7' mtomeh. They had tin
three days, j|id I'd bin kicked.ai£ C_ 4
cm! sirouiul until there Wiisn t any iv :
fun iii it, an' then tliev tied ni 1
stake an' lighted a tW arour
"Twits pretty clus, stran-ri. .v
\iul how <lid yon escaj ■ '
"1 lalf a do/en ot nn old p it.
along jist in time to hp >. o\er
the band, and save nie."
There was silence again while hi: un
buttoned his sHirt and showed uv .1 ,
bosom literally gridiioiied with c
"Well, tliar may be two or ! i
knife cuts tliar," he explained, "but ' ;• (
hr'> o* scars wit/ made bv •
/lv. He wasn't one o' those hat > ai\<
thus some folks knock ovei a-.i 1 1
blow about, but a rcg'lai time ■ f t
old fashiononed gri/./ly, snch . w
dont t'uul outside ,0' the d.nkt -t < .or mi
in the Rockies. 1 was bcndir.g
the tire when the varmint slid down .1
canvon an' wuz right on hand > I !
bail any warnin."
"And was it a haul li' 1' •"
"It hii/ a purty light, strangi r. • <
cause it wuz 11 fa'r tight. I ha«: 1 I i,.
knife, an' he had teeth an' ilaw . 1
We went in tor kill. 1b- \vu/ >■
but a leitle slow. That wo/ il it ;■ ■
da\s after that little ep\ ndi-ti. • •
paid h;ul to tiliss me like a hil<l
"And you mean to die out he.
"THaU for the Lord to say. |~ I
'spci 1 \er nior'n The li
pint\ ijuiet down lieie. an't' <'•
ar* hi inging heaps «•'peopli •
I'm goin' up w liar a w liiti 111 111 m'i
distill h the Lord's woik I <t a li
fr< ,'iis to cum! 1 feel kindei •...
small down here as il I vn/ I
rabbits; but up the Yellow one 1
1 kin brace ut> after lie's kim. m
nil or two an' feel as il li< 11
in' aw a\ his v'liin da\ s! '
And th ill \\ is old C ai l< r.
now i AI'IT M.I V M NVoICK 4 I
I\ 4. I I Kill l'M(. .
I The I. irntnii »S'< tit bo /. I u
;l\ advocates of woman •.!:(!ia < nV\
j oming Territory, lolls »»t tin- pi
| workings of tin- system in ><• >ii
J siu'i Itsavs: "lons 1 1' <■11 ■ > \ !t > ii •
pviirii oil. anil uc have hail li'iu liu I
Iv c-tiniViV' 1 tli re nils. 'I aii 11 • i
' hero who can rcllienibor 11. eotidiil.
of things licit- si\ or seven veais .r. >
anil tan conij arc Ilicni w;■ Ii 11u | "
cut, and tl)ou;h \vc ini,_'hl ■:11 1 < i
I whal as to (hi-can-cs which hivi i.
. duccd this change for the belt* i \ <
; shall lie aitlc t• > agree upon i few i
I \\'i he m i had a terni !I < <'u rt I •e In l«l
lin a < lei vi it ain I eon I 101 l a I» 11 • jilaee. u■! I
its proceedings maikcd 1111 •<ii •; i al Iv ;
'decency and decorum, and dive I' d "l
| I'vcrvlliinjjf pertaining to lev iu and
I hla. '.«ti;irllislli, till oilr ladie . w c
' illoncd to attend and I>:n * i it> i l .'
,V\ c never had a Grand Jurv I n
holdlv and nnHiiH'hin«fl\ i >i, In.M
investigate ofteliscs agailM d •> ''in 'I
j (tiurtilit v, H|id liul't out and hiing oil i
I ders to piuiishini lit, till we Ii id i I '
I Jurv comppsed largely ol ladie 1 -. Vi •
• had ha<l several terms ofeoiul, l>ui Ii d
scareelv been able to coin iet o piuii Ii a I
single criminal for any crime, houev . I
lli'illou*, fhrritigh the medium o! ill . •
I courts, till <v e got juries com po ■• i ' ■
Iv ot women. We did not li.ive ,i in
gle election here without drunk* ni
i filMrtlsF rt\, lihfll hur v i n a
, Misters and daughters Were pi
accompany us to the poll . \
remember the time when • iv
staved away from the p"
right Of < iti/enship, rot lie' than
ter the danger ami rowd -m i
meet in order to excii i . '. I
j this is changed. Our el' "i
as quietlv as any other 1 ■
no matter how heated a p 1
paign ftfl!i\ fte, 6r hou ■i.
issues at stake, And we
pride to tlic result, whclii' i
ftgi'iv as to the cause .in i '
| dnced it."
! Ilie Pittt Mr&l mi'k -tl I-,
I lowing tMigßeatioii, wliicli will I" oi i ■ ' I'
vaJoc to advanced women *tiu >!■> n
i Aelr way to admit member* "f tin n »
to military service*: th* 1
' tiona monopolised liy men lait i'liihim
adapted to women, is that "I navigation ,
The sea i» pre-eminently <>n<: «
■'•uliercß." The V6arof tli': teuip-'it. v : '
uot (frown tlie clear notes of her u. -
voice when inßuing her orders, and a
eye more watchful than man'*. won -i u •'* '
! tect in in instant. any Haw in tin- g*''" •
arrangement* "f the vcaacl wl. !l Uj -- ;
escape the eleepi.-h glaum* tli- »'«*
hi hklmon record.
Cur c most important works
;Ulti: y the l:«st Congress, W...
I tin coniiiil.ition of an otlicial record ot
1 tlu* v. ;u rebellion, '' ,ou
1 <snnd i ! - ivm appro]iriated for that
purpo . ! the duty ot" preparing the
rceoi - i ; ;Ue Congressional printer
was made to devolve upoa££be W»r
Dep.ntrra t. By'dirccdonW the Sec!
ret.try of - , r . Mr.H.T; &&&&»«
) CI " k c' he War Department, 'kssiitn
,edh i: . L >t' the compiMftMl l ' le
i record.-. »
'labors t be lfyilititau w the ut
most. lions' \vere l ' lc
head of l> ;e«n3 si^^.
a!.:. -V V. Id in charge. From thi»
in-: emi of paper* «o supplied,.
,1c .Mi I '-. <>t -he greati*#t import
,i" arc I'oliati ■ i \>v Mr. Crosby's M
. udi'i - personal sup«r-\ i»ioh.
i I'.ni,; carefiilK nrr;.»i«»i*cf
'.it i: ' . >1 !•. uul grouped accoru'.iig
to the'' t:\e bearing upon cacn
iitli ( • i ■.1 in tlu* hands of the
print'. <>t li'• War I Vpartmelit, who
j,i, j . , ■ opies with the litter
jut .hi- -*><ii i i tin* sheet only, the
li|.nil; lii li lt for the insertion of
1 iii-'i I in.liter as it may In* nccet*
niv lil til when this prepam. •*
Ii11;111 y • h'i •! hi ihe lipids ot the Gov
i imi . .it pi nit t
1 i . vi' mi MiUinu's of between
,wn n I lit !imidt't'il p.igi s each,
li.i,. ; 1,• Milv I'. iit ptep ired in the man
tici iU'l abiiM', and the work upon
, tin : uii . i hi smi nmemittingly.
l'!i ■ ;\ ■ •!' 11 u- iuli ean be thor-
I i.ii .] • i iti-'l ft ••in tin* fact that
tin . lii-r vnlunu's represent but tine
t w tii <>t t lit- I ihni thai nnist be per
il 11 1: >1 It ii the ruin is ii.iily to
-<tt . :...ml-. 11l Vli. ( litpp; and
, wb •i 1 i entleiiian titles hold there
will In- lit tii perform the estraordi
ii.ii \!• til tin inn'.; out i>\ el loonctWVO
vuliit. i t"iid of <»\er 11x1,0011
■>1 -pi> .I!inn, siiy ne.ii ly joo,
• MX'.- >1
I ..i■! :i••» 1 in the above there will
lie |,• • | .1 .1 I ip'i* numlier nf maps,
tl" battle fields, marches,
\ eli 1 1 u .11. Daily maps l ! -' v e al
11 V 1 .under the iinineili
it, I the Oepart
-lie "t, !. '.• ill, in all probability, '
I l l( , , . . . 'tin r•1• ■. 1 •.1* . I-•it t. .i".
1 . ten I.ill 1 ptopoi li • 1 1 1 .ie
.UK .11\ in proper l\ ill n-i 1 ■
■ t tlu 1 ijie nl Ihe eonti ni| '• I
■ o!i| ;is'to <!■ 1 M
It' /< Hi/lon <'liroMt'/c.
. lON AMI I'IUMUtESS.
il ter of intei' Mom /
i'' ihl il former e\hihilinnB
in > examine > .iu 1i..1)
~i, I' '.nl i .i!\V,iiionl, made ill
f Vxllil.it 111 is ■ r
i 1 . •.i. ' 'i-s nVade \\ illiin 11 ••
(Vile i .iii. In i
. i. . ii! ii'alize 11 if i'<" nil
, , indiistry «>l ■ ■
•i s reading pav.es <>t
•) In trout e*.* ot .»11\
. ill i sii iiiiu Ii i i
I. ..»• a-ila; tli.it ti •
i i iof llie mi i: ipli. ii •'
~i n •' jiioveih.-nts v. I"
I, , it hill tile J >:i 1 I
, •i \ \ I'.nh. Thmtjjh In.
i ,11. ,| thin;; are patented whi
a prctical Use, a lai; •
■ I leal lieln■ lit I ' ;
Iveil tlio e in. lit i'
1 Vi I, .1 or total t iilniv. i
, i produeti\e 'it v."""
m , i.t her inveiitoi I
n ■ mistake', and :l
11,, ' l-M'ltlolls.
I • ill v fail t" .i)>) »i■ 1 '
i |. ,i ilior is taken tioin li.cn
: s |„.„ I lie exertions of tli ia
w . I , ml ~ itiacliinei y and ij
; |. , : in days iire .te. '
■ ingenuity v i ; '
i li-i through a pla. eon •
HI ,; . .i• . . i• .s 1 l-'air, for in tan« >~
m i, of things on e\11i1 1 1•
t ;,, n i hit h may haw taken
% e vera limn ; 1 |~r
~ .•, ! nit ti if its • 1 ■■ i
■ 1.. W'e look iiioi ' at its
, , mi s nt constrni ii •i• '-,eii
, . it the ingenuity i .iln-'l lort«i
~i in Ii .i thing as .i i » "lie■
■mi " nc. Wt i 1 1 •• •
, that then i- ' lai;;i*
,i • ,i ii ,i the inve 'i', uid
i i,,i ~t i most t'lai '' '"'I
,i, i ill proliahl)
: ..J.ed .mil 11-eless in anothei atu
t. i . in},', »ur pfe . i.t
Mi . ,• ,r ..n.lert'iil as eo.m ..re 1
'..i,.'. , ~i . i.-w generations past.
j , | hand in hand ;
(ll . (lie other advance*.
Il • ;.d, the other i-- sine
■f I houhl be renienil ercJ
I.' 11 |i i."-itwl citizens and in
s|( ( ,i , ( ii ~n«r in\etit..rs ..l new
,1 ; h . .Id he judii ioiiily i -
n ' i . i-ayd.—a. I'. chinks'
T!t 11 .mtin'.-:on-('rocker railroad party
on th-ir I" nt vi-it to Han i'ieyo, told
tin in ;• n reply to their ini|tiiri. i, th*t
an ..•." I. aid vi'dt tliem in a tew inoutlirt
t ,, ,l. i nnunjt'liti> would be given to
,1,, - •: r.jilic lCailrottdti'jjo tJtkak