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Tfce Marshals ef Praam A Dirk
The Pall Mall Gazette says : " Of
the nine Marshals of France .who hare
been condemned to death since Gilles
de Laval, Marshal de Rctz, was hung
at Nantes in 1440, Marshal Bazaine is
the only one who has not suffered capi
tal punishment. Louis de Luxembourg,
constable of France, was beheaded
upon the Place de Greve, in 1745, for
conspiracy and rebellion against Charles
VIL and Louis XL Charles de Gontaut,
created Duke de Biron by Henry IV.,
was a son of the great soldier whom that
monarch declared to be the 'right hand'
of his throne, and ancestor of the Mar
quis do Gontaut-Birou, now French am
bassador at Berlin. The Due de Bi
ron, after covering himself with glory
at Ivry and' Arques was discontented
with the treatment he received from
the king, and, though ho was made Gov
ernor of Burgundy, he several times
conspired against Henry IV., who par
doned him again and again. His last
crime was to propose to Spain and Sa
voy that France should be dismembered;
and, as a reward of his treason, the
Duke of Savoy, was to bestow upon him
the hand of his daughter, and ho was to
bo created the reigning prince of Bur
gundy and Perigord. The plot was
discovered, and Henri IV.,. who enter
tained a deep affection for his old com
panion in arms, was ready to forgive
even this act of treachery if the Due do
Biron would have acknowledged his mis
deeds. But he would not, and he was
beheaded within the walls of the Bas
tiIeinlC02. Henri IL, Due de Mont
morency, was taken prisoner at the bat
tle of Castelnaudry by the royal troops,
and beheaded in the conrtyard of the
capitol at Toulouse in 1632, and in the
same year Marshal de Marillac. arrested
while-' at the head of his army, for plot
ting againt Cardinal Richelieu was be
headed upon the Place de Greve. Bar
on do Luckner, who had served under
Frederick IL in Prussia, entered the
Frencli army just before the revolution,
and rallying to the Republican causo,
was created Marshal of France and ap
pointed to the command of the Army' of
the North. After achieving somo insig
nificant triumphs over the Austrians at
Courtrai and Valenciennes, he was sus
pected of trafficking with the enemy,
and being brought before the revolu
tionary taibunal in 1794, was condemned
to death and guillotined. Phillipe de
Noailles, Dae do Mouchy, who attempt
ed to defend Louis XVI. from the pop
ularfury was also a victim of the rev
olution, for both he and his wife were
sent to the scaffold during the same year,
and the list of French marshals brought
to a violent end terminates with Mar
shal Noy, who was shot upon the 7th of
A lady correspondent of the Cincin
nati Gazette, writes from Washington,
concerning Mrs. Attorney-General Will
iams, as follows :
Her early history is as full of ro
mance us one of Dumas novels, and I
dare Rhoda Broughton to produce a
story to eclipse it. At 16, she married,
against her parents' wishes, a man
wiioso suosequent treatment of her-'
dicated the family's disapproval na4fr
application for a divorce. These wskil I
the days when her headstrong. impelSM
ous nature was strong witlrin her, aftd
uer own win nor only law. Folio
its dictates, she drifted westwardgjf
chance for adventure, perodventnaa.
xivyva oi u lunuuu. .mere, giri-wi
as she was, with the waves of seli
surging mibiibdued, after teaching
loruwiiiie, sue consented to bo
neck a second time to an unhappy
inomni yoKC. iter second bus
. ?lr. George, was a driver on ono o:
"" eq.aaiaa m- n i i-ii ili i .
A LeNM Learaesi la Berriea CaaatT,
Some time aim, a Mrs. Buckelby.who
lives over in Berrien county, directed
her son Samuel, a lad ef 14 years to take
a turn at the churn. Now, as Samuel
had set his heart on going a Ashing at
that very time, he " got his back up,"
and flatly refused to agitate the cream.
The curvature was promptly taken out
of his spine by a slipper, sad with
"tears in his eyes," be west on duty
with the dasher. In about half an hour,
and during the brief absence of his
mother, his eves fell upon a plate of
fly-poison, and a bright, smart thought
struck him. Just before Mrs. B. came
in, Samuel litted the fatal platter to his
face, and as she entered he put the
" poison" from his lips with the drama
tic exclamation : " There, mother, I
guess you won't lick me no more!"
Now what did this Spartan dame do?
Did she shriek for a doctor and fall into
hysterics ? Not much. She simply
took Samuel by tbe nape of the neck,
lifted him deftly into the pantry, beat
the white of six eggs together, and told
him to engulf the same instanter ; he,
refusing, she called the hired girl, and
in a twinkling Sam found himself out
side the albumen. Then Mrs. B. be
gan preparing a mustard emetic See
ing this, Sam's pluck dissolved, and he
commenced begging, crying, "I was
only tryin' to skeer ye." But the stern'
mother was not to be softened, and
Samuel had to swallow the mustard.
He was then forced to take a dose of
pain-killer, and had his back rubbed
with the "Vigor of Life," and his
stomach with the "Oil of Gladness."
Then ho vomited up everything but his
boots and socks. This being over, he
took seven Aver's pills, two spoonfuls
of castor oil, a teaspoonful of salts, -and
a blue pill. And now, if you want to
behold the maddest boy in Michigan,
juBt say "fly poison" to Sam Buckleby.
-.1 - ouil'1,,1 tjrohhinir tiio tiiuidh.
i i i i r ' n.: 4V.1L&.1
who frequently abused her, and Iw4
nothing: to recommend him but a sjart:
of devii-mav-care. handsome
pretty picture his wifo often afforcaol
LliU iAJilLXOV eo. owiaaji uuiuiu sVXamVavaV
bright face, and simplo dress, hang:
out the family linen. Her husbann
treatment becamo at last so unenduM
ble, that friends procured for her tbi
services of Judgo Williams, then a quiet
Western lawyer, who loosed her frota
her unhappy thralldoni through ths)
medium of a divorce. Mrs. Gcortt
.still westward pushed her way to Caljk
forniu, and taught school in San Fran
cisco, where, many years afterward
Judgo Williams met and married the'
woman, tho memory of whose peculiar
beauty had never loft him. When bIic
heard her husband, Mr. George, was
sick, she traveled miles to watch over
him in his last hours, and was with him
when ho died. The woman has mar
velous adaptability, and spirit, and
nerve, and ambition enough for Agrip-
The Deadly Sewiag-Macalne.
Tho London Lancet says : ' Some few
years ago ono of the London hospital
physicians called nttention to the fact
which had come under his notice repeat
edly among tho out-patients under his
care, that tho use of the sewing-machine
was injurious to tho health of those who
habitually employed it for many hours
together. The patients suffered from
nervous debility and other symptoms
referable to its employment, and admit
ted that the constant exertion which
necessarily occurred in using heavy
double-actioned machines had an excit
ing and exhausting effect upon them.
These statements were somewhat strong
ly denied at the time, but we think the
almost universal adoption of hand
worked machines in family life since
that date shows that there was a pretty
rrnnnml feolinfr amnrttr tho nvnfautnn
' w--. -- .. m-m-vm mv f. vr. VUO.VPU.
and probably the public, too, that the
'exercise required for young ladies in
order to work ihe treadle-machine was
not calculated to improve their health.
Facts which have recently come to our
knowledge show that tho evil was no
imaginary One, and that many workers
at the sewing-machine, or machines of a
similar character, do suffer very mate
rially in their health. One of the
heaviest forms of machines is, we be
lieve, that employed in braiding,' and
young women working in this depart
ment have suffered very materially, and
have been compelled todiscontinne the
employment But the "distress is not
confined to ono class of employes ; it
seems to affect pretty generally all those
who use the feet alternately as the mo
tive power of their machinery. If the
workers themselves, or their immediate
supervisors, were to speak out, there
would, wo believe, be abundant evidence
found that 'machining' is a most ex
haustive employment, and one which
gradually breaks down tho health."
Coolxess. A young man was carving
a goose at a dinner-tabla one day, when,
by an awkward move, he knoched it into
the lap of a lady who was sitting oppo
site, in all the glory of a green satin
dress. Instead of showing his verdancy
by prof ase apologies and a confused
wilier, ne simply said: "III trouble
yoarior that goose, buss !" Can the an
nals of society furnish an sample of
elf -possession nor smbli&e ?
We suppose that all our readers
know that man would not be what he
is without the thumb. This little fact
has been so impressed unon us from
our school days that we are not likelv
to forget it. Without the thumb for a
lever, we would be unable to hold any
thing tightly, and most of the inven
tions of our era would be useless, not
to speak of the enormous general
power that would be lost. Let us ac
cept the fact of having thumbs, then,
and bo thankful and rejoice over our
Darwinian friends, tho apes. We did
not know, however, until we saw it in
print lately, that the thumb
represented intelligence and affection.
Born idiots frequently come into tho
world without thumbs. Infants, until
they arrive at an ago when intellect
dawns, constantly keep their fingers
folded above their thumbs, but they
soon know better, and, as the mind de
velops, recognize the dignity and use
fulness of the despised digit At the
approach of death the thumbs of tho
dying, as if impelled by some vague
fear, seek refuge under the ringers, and
whenjthus Jound nrr nlaeetipirJajiriBr'
Botaattaeator tfMTelfifBb, in leaving
this world, it would seem that our
hands, in their last desire for move
ment, assume, with our growing un
consciousness, the same suggestive
position in which the hands of the new
born babe, with faculties all' dormant,
first shape themselves. Small thumbs
denote an affectionate disposition ; long
thumbs go with long heads; short,
thick, stumpy thumbs mark a cruel
man, and much more is told us of the
eamo kind. Baltimore Gazette.
Mr. E. G Blatherwick, of Chicago,
has recently patented a device for a
street railway, dependent npoa gravity
for the motivo power. After four years
of trial and study, he has obtained a
result which promises to be completely
suocesafmL The railway itself consists
of a aeries of inclined tracts, elevated
upon a frame-work of heavy pillars aid
trestles, upon which tlie wheels which
carry ihe car travel. Tbe central poets
are heavy timbers, twelve inches
square, into which are set the cross
joists which support the double tracks
on each side. The inner track is set one
foot from the post, and the outer is
eighteen inches from the inner. The
tracks are set on beds, two by fourteen
inches, and are braced to the trestle
work and to each other. The cars do
not run on the tracks, but a set of four
wheels with grooved edges travel on the
half-round rails, and the car is sus
pended from tho axles of these wheels
by wire rope. On starting at the high
est point of the first section of track,
the car is hung about one foot clear of
the ground, and, as the sections are one
mile long or more, and the grade is
about twenty-five feet to the mile, it is
evident that the car would strike the
ground within a very short distance. To
obviate this, a large wheel, 5 feet in
diameter, is placed at the front end of
the cir, on the side. This wheel is
turned by spokes, like a ship's wheel,
and the bold pilot of the car occupies a
little platform where he can keep a look
out for passengers and work the ma
chine. As the wheels descend the in
cline, the operator winds up the car
a distance corresponding to the vertical
fall, by means of his large wheel, and a
series of pinion-wheels which turn the
shaft to which the supporting rope is at
tached. The car is thus kept- constant
ly at the same distance from the ground
at which it started, and the exertion
necessary is not great, owing to the
lightness of the car and the leverage ob
tained by the gearing. The tracks are
arranged with opposite inclination on
opposite sides of the posts, so chat the
cars travel in opposite directions on each
As above stated, the average length
of the inclined sections is one mile, but
the road can be extended indefinitely by
a simple contrivance. On reaching the
lowest point, the wheels run upon a
piece of track which slides vertically in
grooveways to the height of the origi
nal starting-point The trestle-work
here is again high up, the wheels start
on their descent once more, and the
Ah Ex-Dictator of San DomiHgo.
Ex-President Baez, who arrived in
New York from San Domingo recently,
is described as being affable and intelli
gent looking. Ho is imall in stature,
with twinkling black ejes, and a nervous
manner that seems at variance with Mb
bushy, iron-gray, Anglo-Saxon, mutton
chop whkers. He only knows a few
words qf, English. When asked how
soon he would visit Washington, ho
drew his head hard to the left aideafldi-vi
'fiUfehafef flg, offrevadV'i'
lg Washington. 'As plain " Jii
ing Washington. 'As plain " Jim Nye"
he is familiarly known to us. He is
one of the brightest handsomest, most
faco. Ifrsl' Popuhw men who has ever been in
uongress. n ounng or nonodv was out
of tho range of his wit Even the
log cabin, she stood with her whitoarnM.My Sumner, whose pomposity in
spires awe in the most thoughtless, was
la target for his neighbors repartee.
rJNye is a native of New York State,
fcs quite young, and figured there as
nvexuur ioi Virginia voxj) auruur
flhat remarkablo gold excitement, so
spmcauy described in "iioughing
'r Mark Twain seems to have a
t admiration for Nve. and has aiven
a characteristic sketch of him in his
dent's ncrfmr' -ffrTF-wrat
man VM7MB4ami?-wr!tcirxho 'inimitable
Mark, "I've seen him stand up and
beam and smile on his children
(Washoes and Pi-Utes), as he called
them in his motherly way ; beam on
them by hours out of his splendid eyes
and fascinate them with his handsome
face, and comfort them with his per
suasive tongue ; seen him stand up
there and tell them anecdotes and
lies, and quote Watts' hymns to them,
till he just took all the war-spirit right
out of them and send them away be
wildered with his inspired mendacity.
Most remarkable man, Jim Nye ! He
can tell a lie with that purity of accent,
that grace of utterance, that convincing
emotion ! I do reckon he is tho hand
iest creature about making the most
of his chances that ever found an all
sufficient substitute for mother's milk
in politics and sin !"
Marrying for Xeiey.
An extremely sharp and intelligent
American gentleman from the West
once walked into the office of Dr. C. T.
Jackson, the chemist
"Dr. Jackson, I presume?" said he.
"Are you alone?"
" Yes, sir."
" May I lock the door?"
And he did so ; then, having looked
behind the sofa, and satisfied himself
that no one else was in the room, he
)laced a large bundle, done up in a yel
ow handkerchief, on the table, and
" There, doctor, look at that"
"Well," said the doctor. "I see it"
" What do you call that, doctor ?"
" I call it iron pyrites."
"What!" said the man: "isn't that
" No," said the doctor, " it's good for
nothing : it's pyrites."
And putting some over the fire in a
shovel, it soon evaporated np the chim
ney. " Well," said the gentlemanly man,
with a woe-begone look, " there's a wid
derup in our town has a whole hill full
of that, andrve been and married her."
The railroads of Missouri are said to
be worth, with their rolling stock, equip
ments, and all other property except
ex-Government lands, $24,231,330. The
State has given them $16, 762,304 bonds;
counties, townships, and cities have
added $28,576,000. So, the people of
Missouri have bailt the railroads aad
have then kindly given the corporations
121,107,574 more to pay them for the
trouble of ownership. This is more
absurd than for England to give princely
revenues to people who " wadaaocad to
brtlle fiafirersof both, hands. Then
he said slowly, and with a smile, that
perhaps he wouldn't go to Washington.
He thought, however, tht the time for
anexation was not past, He believed
that the annexation of Sau Domingo to
a strong power was the okly thing that
would ultimately secure permanent
peace oh the island. He liked this
country. It was full of evidences of
Speaking of the existing government
of San Domingo, the ex-ptesident was
indefinite. He said, under It the people
might again break out into rivil war. or
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fellow-countrymen diflered in a good
many respects from the Mexicans.
Though like them, of Spanish origin,
they were more peaceable, or amenable
In answer to a question whether he
held President Grant to blame fox the
failure of the anexation schcsie? the ex
tent of his shrug was something won
derful. All his fingers, elbows, shoul
ders, eyebrows, lips, moustache, knees,
and even the toes of his boots were
braced hard up, while his neck was
fairly grounded on the back and left,
sido of his eoat collar. His verbal re
ply was that that was a very delicate
question. Baez referred to his abdica
tion witnout any apparent annoyance.
ne "f nil rr ymtt ttf-fftTTawriai
y a. r a-"t r. .F.k-r t
osophy of a man of the world, whom no
surprise takes at a disadvantage.
The Rebel Forces.
In the November numbers of the
Eclectic and tho Land Wc Love, 1869,
an interesting and important corre
spondence was published between Dr.
Joseph Jones, Secretary of tho Histori
cal Society, and Gen. S. Cooper, ex-Adjntant-General
of the Confederate
States. From that source we glean the
following facts for the benefit of those
who are not sa fortunate as to have pre
served a file of tho magazines. Such
facts are startling even te those who
participated in the Southern struggle :
First The available force of the Con
federate army did not, during the war,
exceed 600,000 men.
Second The Confederate States never
had in thair defense more than 200,000
men in the field at one time.
Third From-1861 to 1865 the Con
federate forces actively engaged were
Fourth The total number of deaths
during that time were 200,600.
xiitn .Losses of prisoners counted as
total losses, on account of the United
States policy of exchange, 200,000.
Sixth The loss of the Confederate
States army by discharge, disability,
and desertion, amounted to 100,000.
Seventh At the close of the war, the
force of the Confederate army was less
Eighth Out of 600,000 men, 500,000
were lost to the service.
These facts are taken from calcula
tions made with great care by Dr. Jos
eph Jones, submitted to and approved
by Gen. S. Cooper, Adjutant-General
of the Confederate army. MobUe(Ala.)
deed Interest Bales.
The answer in each case being in
cents, separate the two right-hand fig
ures of answer to express in dollars and
Four per cent Multiply the princi
pal by the number of days to run, sep
arate ngnt-nana ngure from product,
and divide by 9.
Five per cent Multiply by number
of days, and-divide by 72.
Six peal cent Multiply by number of
days, separate right-hand figure, and
divide by &
Eight per cent Multiply by number
of days, and divide by 45.
Nine per cent Multiply by number
of days, separate right-hand figure,
and divide by 4.
Ten percent Multiply by number of
days, aad divide by 36.
Twelve per cent Multiply by num
ber of days, separate right- sad Igara,
Maw Zm are
People have an idea thattke hen aits
on the eggs for a time, aawhen the
time comes for fcatchingthawick bursts
forth. There never was a greater mis
take. The chick, until liberated from
the shell bv outside aid, is as incapa
ble of motion as if it formed a solid egg,
which it nearly does. You might as
well inclose a-man in an iron 'boiler,
and tell him to get out of it without
help. The chick grows on the inside
of the shell, and bursts up a very
small scale. Of course when it Hoes
this, it at the same time " breaks in
that spot" the inside of the egg. This
admits the air; in a short time it
breathes and gets strength to cry loudly.
The hen then sets to work to liberate it;
she brings it forward under the feathers
of tho crop, and supporting it between
tbe breastbone and the nest, begins the
work of setting it free. She hitches the
point of her beak into the hole formed
by the raising of tho scale by the
chick's beak, and breaks away the egg
skin or shell all around the greatest
diameter of the egg. The joint efforts
of the hen without and tho chick with
in then liberate the prisoner, and he
struggles into existence, and gets dry
under the feathers and the natural heat
of the hen. All female birds which sit
on their eggs to hatch them
have the hook in the beak strongly de
veloped. Even tho broad-billed duck
and goose have those hooks especially
developed, and with them they liberate
their young. In Australia, where
everything seems to bo by contraries, it
is the cock of the bush-turkey that
hatches the eggs, and not the hen. It
would be interesting to know whether
the hook of the beak is bear adapted
for this service in tho wale Qjp'thaa in
the female. Tho hook of tho beak of
the ordinary cock of the common fowl
is quite different from that of the hen
it is adapted for wounding in lighting,
but not for hatching of eggs.
The Rains of Jamestown.
Jamestown was settled bv the intrepid
John Smith, May 13, 1607, and was, as
is well known, the first English settle
ment on this continent It was a pen
insula then; it is an island now. The
water long since forced a passage th rough
the narrow neck that connected it with
the main land and left it an island. But
the effect of attrition did not end here.
For nearly a mile from this locality
"the noble James" has been gaining
on the land. So much of tho old town
is now under water, and. at low tide,
evidences of this fact have sometimes
been discovered in the debris that is
left there. The old tower and ruins of
the church aro now less than fifty yards
from the water, and must, in time, be
submerged unless somo action be taken
to prevent it. The tower, ivy-grown
and picturesque as it is, lifts itself some
thirty-five fleet above the plain, and is
eighteen feet square. It is impossible
to ascertain tho exact date of the con
struction of tills old building, for it was
not the first church erected there,
though it was doubtless builLinthe
oi James Citv for pnbhc houses.
some steps should be taken by the
oomntry or State to preserve it from fur
ther demolition, and to prevent it from
ever passing under the absolute control
of private parties. The island is now
owned by a New Yorker, and hence the
greater necessity for action in the
premises to preserve this memorial of
the first settlement of Virginia.
Nates e Sleep.
To literary men, preachurs, teachers,
lawyers, doctors, journalists, and brain
workers in 'general, the following hints
are excoeaiagiy worm attention :
xrM jet i7 (flat UTHfabeoSiSa con
centrated, and its pursuits more eager,
snore sleep and early rising become im
possible. Wo take more steep than our
ancestors, and we take more because we
want more. Six hours' sleep will do
very well for a plowman or bricklayer,
or any other man who has no exhaus
tion but that produced by manual labor,
and tbe sooner he takes it after the
labor the better. But for a man whose
labor is mental, the stress of workis on
his brainjand nervous system, and for him
who is tired in tbe evening with a day
of mental application, neither early to
bed nor early to rise iswholesom. He
needs letting dowm to the level of re
pose. The longer the interval between
toe "', WW ivf tKA rkmmimnJTtrnF
of sleep and refreshment To him on
hour after midnight is probably as good
as two hours before it, and even then
his sleep will not so completely and
quickly restore him as it 11111 his neigh
bor who is physically tired. He must
not only go to bed later, but lie longer.
His best sleep probably b'es in the early
morning hours, when all the nervous
excitement has passed away, and he is
in sbsolute rest
IrrigaUe la the West
Mr. Phillips, of Kansas, bis intro
duced a bill in Congress to pravide for
the development and irrigation of the
Western plains. It declares that the
even-numbered sections of. the public
lands, from 9 to 36, except tbe 16th and
37th, which are, as heretofore, to be set
apart and devoted to school purposes,
sh.il! be devoted solely to the purposes
of homestead settlement under the pro
visions of the homestead laws. The
odd-numbered sections are set apart to
be sold to actual settlers only in tracts
not exceeding one-quarter section at
$1.25 per acre, and tbe settler is to
have one year to pay for the same after
living thereon that length of time. The
proceeds arising from the sales of these
odd-numbered sections are to be paid
over to the Stato or Territory in which
they are situated, on a requisition from
tho proper authority, and appropriated
lor tiie purposes ot irrigation, artesian
wells, railways, canals, or bridges,
mado wholly or in part within the
county in which such lands thus sold
aro situated. This bill is to apply to
all lands west of the sixth principal
meridian in Kansas and Nebraska, and
including Colorado, but excepting tho
mineral lands of the latter.
Americans are gradually waking up to
the fact that oatmeal is by mo means an
unimportant article of diet As a food.
the merits of which have stood tho teat
of centuries, and which is calculated to
promote the sanitary interests of the
nation by laying the foundation for
more hardy and vigorous constitutions
for the coming generation, let us regard
its general adoption as an article of diet
as nothing short of a national good. Its
phosphorescent qualities act as a gentle
and healthy stimulant to the brain, and
on no other food can ono endure so great
or so prolonged mental labor as on oat
meal porridge. Properly cooked, it is
not only a most healthful and nutritious
food, but ic is decidedly palatable, as is
fully attested by its wonderfully rapid
adoption as a popular diet by tho very
fastidious palates of our American
Six Millions. About two yoars
ago. Dr. J. Walkeb, an old and promi
nent physician of California, discovered,
by actual experience upon his own svs-
tem, a medicine which may honestly be
termed "a boon to suffering humanity."
Being a combination of herbalistic ex
tracts, pungent and sour to tho tasto,
and yet possessed of gentle stimulative
characteristics although entirely free
from alcohol ho named it Vineoar
Bitters, and despite the prejudice ex
isting among his profession, against all
Eatent medicines, he determined to
rave the jeers of his brother practi
tioners, and give to suffering hu
manity the benefit of his accidental dis
covery. He did so, and the benefits
from its use became known. The de
mand increased, and immense quanti
ties were sold, at a merely nominal
pnee. Its mcritiatold-ia the:
'"U'la. ii ! W
ties have been-sold ;" and still the de
mand increases. Surely such a man
should be ranked among the benefactors
of the human race. 29
Crimp in Ik
HOUSEHOLD d xu.
Mas. wissLows soot:
raascimoN or on. or
cta and Xuratt la th
ba uel for thlrtr j
ifcty u4 tnecfta by
children, from tht fbl
tk adult. Itcorracttacl
Here wind colle. rtfulai
rt, h talth aaJ comfbrt
ballara ttlb b th Brit
World In all rate cf
BJIKA 15 CHILBKXX,
Teething or from any otl
wilt -11 a"-
To all prtm
m. . lK In Ihe
;tl luu en
Tilt re U
y y.m want
! above com-
ttanda of raic.
, aiak about It.
I trail DriiiraTtttf.
sracr is ths
pat Venal rttjrat-
t4 State, aad ha
with ncr falltnc
a of mothers aad
t of os wk old to
cf th ttomach. r-
0 how!, and nv
pother and child. Wn
art Sady la tan
riaKTKRT aad DIAhV
tthr It art froai
ach bottle. 5n 0nn-
AaF!i - V.
fy ;? orT'W v2y
for nitnar will acromna
tnnnl thfc-.ltillc'CCBTl9a riCRKIKSU
on thoatlde wrapp!
BOLD ST ALL htKDim? PXALERS.
cuuamKX uvrm LOOK f amc a
from no other caui'tn worm la th
SROwirs vkurcfli comfits
wtlldfitroy Wormi00, injury to th child,
htn rcrfectly WT ai u ,rora u eiilorm
la or other tnjnrto jt1't ou"r utd la
.lid (w r
M4m4m. at Tw
yutton Street. Sew York.
(Hit Ckemiitt, an.1 itmUrt
riTB CT A ROT
FOR REtTMilM 6MY HAIR
To its Natoral Vitality and Oolor.
pointment and hred! ,
believes in fe-
" Society" Requisites.
A correspondent says : "The counter-
Ths liver twang: the great depurating or blood
deeaaiag organ or the sjateai set tkki great
"hoaaekeerjer ot oar health n at work, and
the- foal corrapUons which geader iu the
blood, and rot ont, aa it were, tbe lehiaery
of life, are gradually expelled from tbe kt
teaa. For this purpose Dr. Pierce'a GoldVti
Medical Discovery, with verr isssaU dailr doaea
of Dr. Pierce "a Pleaaaut Purgatiro relict, are
pre-eaeiaeutly the articles seeded. They enrex
erunriAfor$iaBor treat t&f r0rw acrofak
to the coamoa niatple. blotch in Italian.
Great eating akers kindly heal under tS6r
atlghty cnraUre influence. Virulent blood
powoBfl thai lurk in the aretem are by then
robbed of their terrors, aad by their persever
ing and somewhat protraeted aee the aaeet
tainted ayeteras aaay be completely reuoTaied
aad bailt ap anew. Enlarged glands, tumors
sod aweUinga dwindle away sad disappear an-
aer uw inaeeuce oi ineee great reeoiTeaw.
doctor's couldn't BKLT BIX.
Mamsvnxz, Morgan Co., O., March 21, 172.
Dxab Da. PntRca: When I was tier 16
years of age I took what is called King's ZtU,
sad by ooBetaat doctoring it would healia one
place aad break oat iaaaother. It also broke
oat ia ay left ear. I fret found your name ia
the Christian Advocate, aad seat 10 mtlea for
ths tret bottle, whieh did ate more geodtaas
all other medidnee I ever aeed. Iata9tyear
old aad doctoraa-wata ie aaewaWaat:
smmimai aw eawn as vonTtMtlle
of Discovery. I have got well and able to do
a good day's work. Jons A Wilsos.
all tarn th hair array,
and either of them In
cline It toahed prema
turely. Itii'i IlaiaViooa,
by long and extensive
u. ha proven that
It atop the filling of
the hair Immediately t
o't ea renawa the
growth, and always
mreir restore tta
color, when faded or i
gray Itatlmutatratha i
nutritive orsan to
healthy activity, and preserve both the hair and
Ha beauty Thus Irasny, weak or sickly hair be- i
come ()y, pliable and trpnathened. lust hair I
regrow wlih lively expression: falling hair I ,
checked and ataMlshed, thin hair thicken and
faded nrffrav halrresum tbclrorialnal color, it
operation I sure and barm. ess Itcurea atdruff,
hralta'l humors, and keeps the scalp cool, clean
and uO under which condltluna, disease of th
A a drcolng for ladle hair, the Viooa Is
praised for It irratrful and agreeable perfume,
and rilued for the soft luster aad rlckucss of tone
tt Incvarts. r-
TTIIIZLaaajKaaw at ' f'
Practical aad Analytical Chemists.
fcU ay al DruffUU and IMaUrt in Mtdiekm.
few Scheme of Easy Payment
480H 1 HAILIfl
Tie StisJird Lament of lis Uailei Elites.
is ooon run
him ami SctAU, UkrwmtUitvt.
iltrxin imit Rrnittt,
Jtrmvrrkfith or IttM,
tfeA H'.titvN. tUtvbi. Mang
Ktitrmx' VsV-wt, triUttua vr 7rvur
N,I!J(VivIj. .sHn.;. H'tnlpUts,
fkiltM of at kimtt, f'litHJtT-J rrrt.
lM KrU. . llol in A7
llittff tnlnutls, lUp lis JVfrj
TWA-A'; lAm tUut, tfr.. iff
Large SiseSLOO. Medium 30c. SaullZSe.
Small also fur ramlly U,3Jcent
The ti-trslinc fill ha int In its a n
liniment .in-o rU. All c ak l uiilr
triitl. but l3 .iirvMvl fnlliiw llrrtln
A.W voiiriiftirvH I)niificttrlilrrin I't
ont Sloillcliif fr ohm i our Alnunnr, ami
rcvl wlwt tin pofU my aUmt I no nil.
Tho t.irjrlln? till l ir rate iiy nu it-
tlrnlor thtfiUKMuu win i xuru
Ourtmsja"ilHr from laittlt irc.
set, an Hennirtf. WnnlMi manufacture
ant) Worm Tablets.
We imwff.ilr .inl literal ulth nil. anil
defy ceBjtitin. ManufaeturtMnl
rt, N. Y U. 8. A., by
HerclisWrt GargliM Oil Co.,
OPT KODOE, Secastary.
signs required for admission into 'good
society' are characteristically demanded
by tbe several cities. Boston draws her
self up severely, and, whilo raising her nnmber.
eye-giass to scan tne cerebral develop
ment of the importunate one, coldly
asks, What do you know ?' New York,
vulgarly displaying her silks and-diamonds,
looks at the costliness which the
applicant's apparel denotes, and pertly
says, What are you worth Y Philadel
phia, proudly drawing around her her
covering of pampered aristocracy, de
mands, blue-book in hand, and lips
pursed into prunes, persimmons and
prisms, 'Who was yonr grandfather?'
While Washington stops a moment in
the gliding German, and, while trying
to obtain a sly glimpse of your pedal
extremities, with glowing cheeks and
heavinir breast inanires. 'Can von
Weed's lloaseheld Magatlate.
Tbe February number of Wood's Uouholl
Magazine is really a marvel of what can be
furuttthod for only ono dollar a year; con
sidering tho cost and the qnality this is tbe
cheapest magazius which cotnM to oar table.
Its article liavo a chutenees about them
which id not always found in pcrfodic&l litera
ture, which adapts it to fill a place now too
largely occupied by cheap publications that are
pomtirely injurious to the young, without
being immoral. We have not rcotn to specify
the articles which till the page beforo us but
they are many and excellent. Tho magazine
contains three engravings a pretty house de
eign alwj the New York fashiour) (illustrated)
prepared expressly for the Uohold by Mme.
Demorent. Tho publisher announces that
hereafter the marazme will clmni b illns-
trated. Subscriptions may beein with any
Only one dollar Tear, or with
chromo Yosemite, 41.50. Address Wood's
UousfMd .Magazine, Newbusjh, N. Y.
Ttee LJttle Coiferal.
This is indisputably thebest and cheapest
magazine for boys and girlfiextant. Contents
of the February number: 7 The Lucky-Stone"
(Cap. II). ' Pierre and Patty" (poem). "Lill's
Adventure," Down by j the Sea (poem),
"Hover's Christmas D.rr," I'lajtiig at
Siege." "The Long Tailednng." " Little Folk
Wisdom," "A Little Mnrlan" (illnstraUd),
'More About Chubbr UilT," '-life ou an
Island" (Chap, vill)." "Mioeing the Steed"
(illustrated), "Jack Frost and Miss Seow,"
"About Natty," "Eddie's Pet," "Eve and
Ears," "Prody. rocket " Work ani Play."
Subscription price, tl.Sf per annum. John
E. Miller, publisher, Cbsago, IIL
Tho MASON k HAMLIN ORGAN
COMPANY have arranged a now system,
under which they now offer their well
known Organs .
Far lasts wit JMriltff. of PirckiN,
at prices and on terms Bairaordiaarily
Faymsats may ran through mm to
All Seat which has been paid allowed
aad deducted on Organs purchased and
paid for within one year.
An organ may be retaraeel after six
months at cost of only reasonable reai,
if for aay reason lit ia jwajtU lomjflr.l-Wi
Mrtmmvm miui u,ana rem paid
four years, it become the property ef
the party fcfriag, wllheat farther pay
meat Organs will Ikj rented on this plan to
aay part of the coaatry accessible to our
warerooms or agencies. Only knowledge
of the unrivaled excellence of ourorganx,
and practical experience that tl icy will bo
found so attractive in uso that scarcely
any of them will ever bo returned, warrant
this offer to supply them on such terms.
rTermi of leatiag, eoataiaiag fall parties
Ian, with deseriptteas of stylet, Beats aa
Price-; alas, lllattrattd Catalogce aad Teeti
ial Circulars, seat Free. Address
MASON ft HAMLIN MIAN CO.,
Bosro.v, New Yohk, or Chicaoo.
CarboiM Cod Liver Oil
Hr. It II
' Otl are
Ion of two welt-knon mll-
t to arrrrt ths trc, then
lslrlan flntl thoilix'trlo rr.
Utccurrs pertoraietl tr Will.
Mit4 frtitjy. It la thi
siueu ins ten ona. rn.
ailon.lt at onrt grppr with
rcrrs. ispurtsea ui i
tstr'a alaxMiafssrs1. anil U
lit III Tt K!ri:At.ICMitn
IAIl(MUN b LU, bt.UwiK
to inO lne.te,t m Wall-
lrt often l4 tafor.
tin. Jo risk. aj-iai
pamphlet fr. Vat.-
riss, TCMsaisas A C.a., Ranker
and Brokers, A Wall street, . T
C OrlP-rlr! JlmUvuMI All class-
O S? OKACII WKKK. Aeat wanl). parties
C i lrs if. i Worth A Co, st Louts. Mo.
K Fsr Dmy
IXtn Assnts waat4. Sn4
aasp to a. H. Slalr A Co., St. Lonls, Mo.
29IC K DAY Commission or BUW a week
SAlarr, and ttpsnui. Wsoffsr t at.4 will
MIW.V CKlVfM f era.
The Sct. Dr. Steae ea the ITewspaper.
In a recent sermon the Rev. Dr.
Stone, of California, is reported to have
said: "The newspaper is more feared
Uvdayin Congressional halls and the
high places of corruption and villainy
than Laws aad courts, the stings of con
science and the thunders of divine
wrath. God is a great way off, and the
judgment waits; but the ubiquitous re
porter tnrusta ms snarp gaze into all
covert and hidden schemes, an unerring
detective. The pestilent spy will tell
all he seastell it on tbe housetops,
print it for a nation of readers. Good!
Give us more of this. Long live the
reporter ! Let every public man who
meditates a little piece of gainful fraud.
Understand that be is shadowed ' at
each step by this un bought espioaage,
aad though he may not be converted, ho
will be reBtrained
A scBSTAXca which exudes from the
earth in small quantities, at the bead of
the Coorang river, in South Australia,
coataina about seventy gallons of kero
, thirty of lajhricaticg ofl, and
oi asTphaltam, per toa. The
3Z?SS ? Tests
Bhovlhai thokarniM will Mtun
a wick, matiheatadio
It is now generally admitted by hon
est physicians that when once the consump
tion is fairly fastened upon the lungs, bo hu
man power can raTe im patient from death.
They alo say that alout fifty per cent, of
those who die from tbii disease can trace the
caus to a neglected cough or cold, which
might bare been cured by a small bottle of
Liquid Opodeldoc, or hat is the same thing,
Johnton't Anodyne Jjuiment. Coxa.
Cct this notice fut and bring it with
you. We are authorisd to refund tbe cash to
any persons or peioa who shall bey and use
Parson' Purgative fiUs and fail of relief aad
Go to KiTxasros Water Care. HamOtoe, m
AT LAmr1- fcwfowdsossrtaaafirawfsr
J sVIIWl awUa.ttiIIUfc5Clij m.
' 12 Tv bacfint. SafSMraJBc KCUKKA .WA.V.
tiass to himself.
c:ty. a. j.
nm bnl. til mtlhmr at. naus
ero!4.akarrBnaerat srork for n Is lb4rt
: a rcaa
ranted to full all tastes Vorsal.
vrrywMr xua soldatwavil
sale nnl br Of aat AtUullr a&4
FsifleTraCo,3.t AU7 Vssef
trt.a T t O So a S30S.
Sena forTtvSxur ClreaLar.
Kvr-ry Ktjxr of l
eleVat MJMl SN"t ax-trti-tlfloand
I of AplruHure n ta
WorM. Tins irHl -
Cefu end CXb-Tlmrvl
Apiarian In AD-rIr
nnil Kuropn conlrlbuto U Its Mcra. (iarmr
Meaata ataawp for a
1Um 37,Tri!i!riftt!!lSn.l tlmsn.
TWT at SMUBSBlr f nar.
Adflrsv. TIIfiMAH ii. M'VOt V,
PER WKKK ran W ma4a s. u.
mart man who ran keep bis bast-
MUUTW9 B w. csajiss. Jrj
THE GOLDEN EGG
For Ass at. Lars; Incnas roarant4 Ineloa
tasipforcirralar. K. Allison, 111 Chanters Si,9 T.
g as for a
fall ccrarsa of TcUcraahln skis
taken with RC8IXXSS CCTCMK. Wot
rralar address Jove ra1 Colle?,
Mxraim, mo. vp4n uj aaa iaav
VW WAY OF. FILLING TEETM.
. . . .... w.jww w- r" e irie
!... rt1.mt.ummt Ti.l .. uj tl
nrrtil . mf inn. ft-, mm m. ... . . '
ww. . mmtm, .v. v I, VlMaWMt, 1
Urovru'a MramcaisJ Ttwefess far Csffh
x cocoa, cold oa soaa TmaoAT
Require iasasJiate sttsatloa, mat saomM a
Ca ksd. If allow j ts ccsttaas, XaatTATioa or
rnx Less, a PsajLavarr Tstsoat Amxno. ea
aa XacoaasLa Leas DifSAta Is eflsat tas ralt-
aowjr-fl aaoscaiAL raocaxs.
QaTlag a dirset isAassce sw the farts, ns las
jiatt rUtt Fsr lisicimi, Asrama, Cataacx.
Ccvirwrrrrs a Tbtboat masAaa, Taocaassr
. 4 with afaS( f1 saceaaw.
Staaaas a rrauc Sraaamta
Will find Taecaas assfai U clssrlstT tk vote wMa
Uktu TtHgtaeft. raTts4Tta
Obtaia oJv funi BaosemiAi. Taocaras
ti to aet taka aay of tks wotialses tadtaus
taat aaar as weres.
.. rATisro aumvoTMKjrr
wrmr all kartBT srs ttas. la mIUcs oar Xr
Bwk. .Vary or trtmUmt STor-lt. bat a ssees.
Hjr to aM classes of sxofU. actoaJlr sa ;
aaaaiytobgyr. BMSAststs kltrm
tfclaa saMfsst aatf Caa4-slHaur. ssd aM Aart&e
any spar tuna fr pleasant work. wllit risk.
writs at oar ptr tnm slt l-a 4rltlT" tlr
raUr 4 Ukwrasl tarsa to p. a. BcTcarsaes A
col. at. iais. xa.
X Irrltlfsnt arhl affray.
santlr printnl. WW
contain am tasVamaw
year. . A awBlJScent
CSasMBa to errrr snb.
rr1b-r. nssper year, acaat Sft ecmta tmr
waiapat Cmjn, Prc-pertB, and jTemiam litf
or to c-ntfVHapi Copy, Chrome, t.
CxaTawaera wasrteal c vty armrtw.
Add. TIIOMAM G. MCWMAjr.
Room S7.Tr1bwa KilJ41nx, C3)leaTsw
MlMIZATrM II CttNsN.
Xstraarsaarv tsstaesaisats la ta cUatata.
ksaltk. atlaes, steck-frowtsc taraKac. rsais f
AasroM A. M. tiTrMMAK). SsseitaiT. "art Cot
THE BEST DOLLAR MONTHLT.
Mm a B a Aj tnait Vy rn
f A I K -'? iT thl Ma
III iBlal Jrioc " In n- Jstk
w aja tot ma Cbrofls,
I'lIK YOSJCMIX1C VSUCL.jrk'.
laa latshss. 1st It (Ml Cats.
lUTaaiB,m ysar, wttk Xoato4 Cbrosso ,SJW)
Maaraxla, ties, tn aar j tff
KaamihtMBrClabbfaa4 frralan List.
Two KlrpUte rrUtUmU tr Iks stfa
slotkerstoa4a4fmr Vrtutmmmn Irtnea
"l- Asrajt. K. SHCTKs, rulUi.ttr,
41 ?ark Jtewr. JT. T. City, er X swlreraa. W T.
mva I aafmweWmaVmrlV
jmHXiJi'T,!.AaU' fiWses. JCotk.ae.
J.r.aost, ccaaAaaco y.TflaisArsiis
I 'as rreaaa of nlal
Ffsr saase ike
J( lhaa-a iram tvt rarlrarav:
toat Tttality ; nrit waai V ar scarry:
aaa.bs?awr'i; f'-.tc4 A44rw
J,i2irf'8iOI', -lijt''a,-L.or Stats.
mun. IK. flMiri t-. p.r aiTtrAlI
wiyg. CkwHs MrH,
BT. LmWtm. mo.
Sliiat am ! 1 1 ..-t..tf
Coosaltattea vr mbcui ... -rt .
wrtta. ;iitHMiiat4 n tm . .
fmSr!m. Sfr. - ynmmUu
lsswst . sad i
' . mr ri4,3e-.
WMaca aaiTwo n$ut r.HTinr.H-
''J ' TT W ef f.f 1
Dr. J. Walker's (!a!irornia Vin
egar Bitters arc a purely Venctablo
pn'panUion, matlti "Meily from the na
tive hertw found on tho lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Cafifor
nia, tlie medicinal propertfc of which
aro extracted therefrom vithout tho uso
of Alcohol. Tho question w almost
tlaily nsketl. 'What te tho cau.o of tho
unparalleled success of Vixkuau IUr
tkiw f Our aii! er te, that thor rutmivo
the cau) of liwoac, and tho patient re
covers his health. They aro tho great
Wood puridcraml a life-giving priaclplo,
a lancet Ilenovator and Invfgoratr
of tho system. Never before In tho
history of " th nrll ha. a niedicino lnn
cointx'itindril HrwsMng thn rctuarkjtbla
nualitir of Vi.mi.R HtrrKH. in hr Altnu the
sick of every ilica.s xnun it heir to. Thry
aro a gnt!o lurjr.tll e well n a Tau
reheviug Cono,tisii or Iutlanimatinn i(
the Liver and Visceral Organ, in UIUoim
The Brof4rtics of Dr. Wai.kkr'.s
Vi.ikoar ltirrKKS are Aptirient, DinnhorrUV,
Carminativr, Nutritiouii, Laxattvi. Diurvtic,
Sedative, Countr.Mrrit.uit, Sudorific, Altera
Utc. and AutMlilio1
U. It. .McIM.V.f.r .V CO..
DrRitjttsLs anJUfn. Agt S-xa lH!l (,AJlf"rnu
aad cor tf A"slilntoJ anl t"larllm Sta X Y
Said by all Urtsaitf lata asset Dealer.
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