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THE EED OLOUIKIflEF.
, Wefeeter Ceunty, Ft.
Two Dollars a Year, in Advance.
THE 8PAMSII BAILOR.
" It tru that dreadful -winter tbat tbe Bpanlah
allor waa found. AU; me ! it in a pure white win
ter IdjI.'" Ttrtt Uarte.
Tbe Ruow.fraught lnl walled drearily,
A m!nlit Mnw baplcs tjlioM,
That winter e, Jong yeant aco,
On tbe lone New Jerwy court.
The night, with freezing, darkling glance.
Had rrowntv upon tbe day,
Till, tailing with af right, tbe aun
In terror tolc away.
Tbe catllr jriilvcrc-d in their irtall,
lfenmih -acb warm roof-tree;
Tim good folka wbinirfTwl In tbfir irar,
" Owl hIp tboso out at msa I"
When, Btidieu piercing through the ntorin,
A found there rmic and ML
A word in rtrangely foreign tone.
And tad tfl funeral 111 ,
.. . .
i lie cauiii floor a open flung,
T hat all in wofnl plight' -Might
, ait 'tvvre alxarnn fire,
The chewy hoim Mead light.
Caught hut tbe darkni m mt th tr gaze ;
Their -nra, the mullIM roar
Of lireaking waves on ico-bournl xat
Of that turn oo.an chore.
Again iiixm the midnight air
That twirdcry faintly i(w.
And "CbriMiN!','f'hriit UN ! broke iifioii
Tb cotlug-TH reiBH.
The morning il.iwim, and eager bands
Tbe Mimv-jrill raft away.
Hilt woudroiiH )iitiful thn Mght
Tbat there Wore tin in lay.
A bronzed and lteardd mariner
" Had K-ridird that drtad night,
In fight and floitnd r ChriKiiau oul,
Of it, and tt.inuth, and light !
And en tbej lixil.nl a hliril! toicelindio
tJjKin their rLirllfl h-ijpc,
A thimgh olirenmre Histoid 1Im r-jxikc,
O Clirii-tiiN," take uic bonce !
All fled, nae hlte, the jo"nK't there.
Who iearlcMxly knelt down.
And Kinoo!hd the jjlomy rat en hair.
And lieanloJ c:mL ho Ijrnwn.
Audoiieiiiug with her Imbj bnuilH,
In curinue, rliiltllMi que-t,
UN jncki t rough, found n ailing rloe
Uii thu deail mini' lireaxt.
A litllit foreign bird, uith nke
Of mimic tone and ower,,
Wlno mifl wiiign gllntfiiM in I lie, aun,
IJko fome liright Wojiif Hotter !
And olt in aft r jrarn, vhn it
The bourdioM jut lMatn,
It fwbiHHl Itn loot mater'H cry
I'iwui the holy uauii) 1
WHICH WAS THE COWAlll) !
" Will you hoar that, Edwanl ?"
The young man to whom this was ad
tlreHKCil, Btood facing another person
about hi own ago, on wIioho iliiHlictl
countenance wis an e.j)reHion of aiigry
defiuuec. Tlio name of this person was
Logan. A third party, also n .young
man, had asked the question, just "given,
in a tone of surpriso and regret. He
foro tJiero was time for a response,
Logan said sharply, and in n voice of
oi - ,8 n pnrhcle of mnnhood about
Logan pncd for an instant, but
quickly added : '
min"011,??1,1 rcseMt thc '"slt."
W hy did ho pause ? His words had
orouseda feeling i the breast of Wil-
"u" "ifianuy Dctrayod itself in hii
eyes IJjo word "cowmd," in that in
ou.t uiiiuio, wiiiiui nave more littinclv
applied loJnnies Logan. JJt, as quickly
os the flash leaves (1... ..l i ' i..:.,
$2.00; PER ANOTM.
Devoted to thc Interests of SoilliSvest Nebraska.
C. L. MATHER. Publisher.
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
RATB6 OF ADVEKTISDfG:
On toeb, art uTtKn. ,
rvh tttmnqnt iltewtion.
i I month. . ..
Quarter column, thrrv sanntL.
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Half column, thrrrnvinita ........
" twelte month.
One column, three moclfco. ..........
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RED CLOUD, WTEBSTER CO., XEB., TdHUJiSDAY. MARCH 19, 1874.
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menttj of weakness ; in the strength of
a manly character he was quickly him
The occasion of this misunderstand
iug is brieily told. Wilson made one of
a little pleasure party for a neighboring
village, that was spending au'afternoon
in a shady-retreat on the banks of a mill
stream. There were three or four young
rnn and half a dozen maidens ; and, as
it happens on such occasions, tome
rivalries were exffited among Iho former.
These should only hove added piquancy
to the merry intercourse of all parties,
and would liave done so, had not the
impatient temperament of Logan car
ried him a lft$le beyond good feeling
null ii geuurou iit!ioriuivn wmu
'others. WUiout due reflection, yet in
no harcostie spirit, jMiwora Wilson niauo
a remark on Bomo act of Logan that
irritated him exceedingly. An angry
spot burned instantly on his check, and
ho replied with words of cutting insult ;
so cutting that all present expected
nothing less than a blow from Wilson
as his answer to the remark. And to
deal a blow was his first impulse. But
lie restrained the impulse ; and it re
quired more courage to do this than to
have stricken the insolent young man
to the ground. A moment or two "Wil
son struggled with himself, and then
turned off and marched slowly away.
His Hushed and then paling face, his
quivering lips and unsteady -yes, left
on the minds of all who witnessed the
sceno an impression somowhat unfavor
able. Partaking of thc indignant ex
citement of the moment, many of those
present looked for thc instant punish
ment for his unjustifiable insult. When,
therefore, they caw Wilson turn away
without even a defiant answer; and
heard the low, sneerfngly uttered word,
' (Jowartl ! irom the lips oi ijogan,
breast of the dam, was not more than
two feet deep. As he'did bo ho grasped
the other boat, and bracing himself
firmly against the rushing current, hold
it poiBed a few yards from the point,
where tho foam-crested waters leaped
into tho whirlpool below. At thc same
instant his own boat shot like an arrow
over thc dam. He had gained, h6w
ever, but a small advantage. It re
quired his utmost strength to keep tho
boat he had grasped from dragging him
down tho fall. .
The quickly formed purpose of AVil
son, in thus springing into the water,
had been to drag the boat against thc
current. If he were to let the Ixmt
go ho could cosily safe himself. . But
not once did such a thought enter his
"Lie down close to the liottom," he
said, in a quick, hoarse voice.
The terror-stricken girls obeyed tho
And now, with a coolness that was
wonderful under all circumstances,
Wilson moved the boat several yards
nwny from tho nearest shore until he
reached a point where ho knew the
water below the dam to be more ex
panded and free from rocks. Then
t)irin,-iiirr Iiir iinilv suddpulv ntrninst the
boat, and running along until ho was
within a few feet of the dam, he sprang
upon it and passed over with it. A mo
ment or two the light vessel, as it shot
into the air, stood poised, and then went
The fearful plunge wtis made in safe
ty. The boat struck the seething wa
ters below, and glanced out from the
whirlpool, bearing its living freight un
injured. "Which was the coward?" The
words reached the ears of Logan, as he
gathered, with the rest oi tho company,
The amount of coin in tMMiia
England is .100,000,000., tBI
ctuci .'- JUreo
Thc Siamese Twins-Tie Official He
port of thc Autopsy.
Thi fullnwiiio' ?titroJiHT tinrtii'itlnrs
' r. - - o i
are condensed from n full report of tin
The Burned I'antcfhBlcoB, at lxisdoit.
rni. u...i t..i..i...:.... r. ....... -..
J.UU ituiui i niiM.-viiJiiv.Aiii uuuiiiaui
" (Jowartl ! Irom the lips OI IjOgan, giutiureu, wan uie .rail oi uiu cuuijjuuj,
they felt that there was a craven spirit around Wilson and tho pale, trembling
about tho young man. A coward we girls he had so heroically saved. Fair
instinctively despise ; and yet, how slow lips asked tho question. One maiden
,..,. nn tr, rinvnf tlmt inrrlinr mm-nl had sookcn to another, and in a louder
courage which enables a man to brave
UUjiiHb jiiugmciu, miner iiiuu u uu
what ho thinks to bo wrong, above thc
mere brute instinct which, in the mo
ment of oxcitement, forgets all physical
As Edward Wilson walked away from
his companions ho felt that ho was re
garded as a coward. This was for
him a bitter trial, and tho more so,
becauso there was ono in that little
group of startled maidens for whoso
generous regard ho would liavo sacri
fieec all but honor.
It was, perhaps, half an hour after
this unpleasant occurrence, that Lo
can. whoso heart still burned with "an
unforgiving spirit, encountered Wilson
under circumstances tliatJifi-h.u2. free
.MkUfiiLf ..wiuie tnr m ... -
I to repeat his insultinc lannuai-p. with
.i:..i..-.- . ,.. ". v . ' ""
i" uioiurujuir mo rest 01 tun nnr v :
voice than she had intended
" Not Edward Wilson," said Logan,
as ho stepped forward, and grasped
the hand of him he hud wronged and
insulted. "Not Edward Wilson ! Ho
is the noblest aud tho bravest !"
Wilson made an effort to reply. But
ho was for somo moments too much ex
cited and exhausted to speak. At last,
" I only did what was right. May
I ever have courage for that while I
Afterward he remarked, when alono
with Logiui :
" It required a far greater exercise
of courage to forbear when you pro
voked and insulted me ir.r-
Tt rnn nircR 31.600.000 to
- M. - -- -
nnal interest on" Tennessee'
fiKK. IrAKRK eXDOCiH toJ
this country worth 500,000i
A PKNNHV'IiVANlAN' hag kt
CO years, 2,085 deer and -138,
name is jynn. jLeepie.
The produce of the sale of
convent property in Italy,
araonnts to nearly 18,000,
The aggregate coinn
minttt. diirini "tHe'titst
:J2,52.'J,679 pieces, of the vmlne of $38,-
Thkiie were eighteen duels fought
hibt year among tho newspaper men of
Paris, in two of which fatal wounds were
The way ono Cincinnati editor tukes
to call another a liar is this : " He is
prono to impart an unhealthy swelling
A company of British capitalists have evidently at ono period of the existence
rifntlv ittvrHtiil 81 OfHI f HKI in vr.tior. ' !i'i....i.i' .1 1
. -, , . y;""""- j possiuiy igpuu 01 me iwins oeeu vir-
power at Augusta, da., for the purposo , tlluliy ouo gj, bnt ,Iul eventuallv
01 manuiactunng couon. ; become separated. This is shown bv
TiiEAHUitKR bi'i.s.NKU still keeps as a
relic tho torn, blood-stained playbill
at which tho results ot
the nodio.s of the hiamese twins wire
given : The supposition that tho band j
connecting the twins was simply of a '
llebuy nature has been decided m tho
negative. It was found that a perito
neal connection did exist ; that is, a re
flection or extension of the peculiar
membrane' lining of the abdomen ex
tended into tho band, though it was not
continuous- Sacs or pouches were
communication between the two. The
intimate visceral connection letween the
twins was hhown by tluJ injecting fluid,
which was passed into the mesenteric
veiu of ono and appeared in the mesen
teric 'vein of the other. The liver of
fore, tho circulation was conducted to
"7, 1 . 1 V ' -;. r-j ---- , me twins irom me maiernai svsiempre-
with which Laura Keeno attempted te ciae, ns to a pil le idtvitliml. These
stauncn uie wounu 01 rresiuent inn- facts hhow that a sep
: r ,. , 7 in 11 m, . iaciH miow imu u separation 01 me twins
lii in luc iuiv r lini-tfl u llinnlAl t I-.. ... ..r .......
r" . "I . !, .". "v"v- "" 'during life would have resulted fatally
thc night of tho assassination. j to on or of thp,n T,0 llcrvoilJ8
CAiiiroiiKiA has about 8,000,000 head I intimacy through the band wasextreme
ot sheep. The wool crop in two shear- ly slight, and the individualty of the
ings, ar. an average oi ion pounds per
at an average of ten pounds per two men so strongly marked that it was
head, would amount to 80,000,000 doomed advisable to examine the
pounds, or 15,000,000 more than the brains, nothing further than a compari-
total product of the United States in t sou of tho weight of tho two being ex-
1871. pected from such an operation. Tho
-'.... -m -.-.,........ t i. ....i: extension of the ensiform cartilage or
Gen. MrOuTCiiiNH, ono of tho cai idi- 1 1 i i r i i-? i
dates for Governor of New Hampshire, ' ,,JJ b"Snnn; Lf ? SS
is unquestionably a Farmers' candidate ' " U,ti achment w.us a mere flexible
It is said that he-digs his own potatoes, ! bro-cartilaginous substance, in which
hoes his own corn, and milks1 his ow, there was nothing like an appearance of
cows, and has, by strict attention to n Jow-like joint, as has been re-
A tin tube, made like a siphon, driven .
itiin flio vnnf r( n linrrol nf vino nr ?lr
and the other end inserted into a vial of
( A.A1U 1IUIUI IV4IMJV niv.n vvutrnui f
( was organized in 18'i'l, aud was similar I
to our Sccuntv aud Trust Comiwni'.
proceedings of the spocial meeting of Tlio building itseir was an imposing I
the Philadelphia College of Physicians, i & 8torie'? high, fronting Hyde )
..4 .:..i. ii i.. ii... .. ' Piirk. uiu! m tli immp(linti tiKiclilMir. i
mu Huioii.sy on i . ".- - r r. - . r l. i
J Itatf'.jl flVvl.dhm.T..a.mw j.A.a.l jmm & I r . ab a I
i junni I'l uiu iiinuni ii.aiui-iii.vj in imiuu
lil...l.:i.l . I1..I. . ..t Ai'.li: i (.
lllMIlllllll, nil- iukr in lllllliuil, oir
llobert Peel, and otliern. The front
walls were of granite, elegantly scul- I
tured. Tho buildiug cost jC1.000.000.
Tho basement, which was lined with
iron, wo carefully guarded by watch
men ; while each safe had an iron grati tig
before it. Here weio locked up tho
valuable silver waro of tho old families
of England, who rarely used it except
"n iitatj ticeimf Thcsc'VpHttilcai
cblioctions were carefully numl)crcd, tho
company, giviug bonds for their Bafe
keeping, aud charging according to the
value of the property.
The first floor was a maenificent art-
gallery, in which were deposited tho
rarest pictures of the Turner, Reynolds, i
and other galleries. Person going out ,
of town also left their private collec
tions of pictures here for safe-keeping.
Kesides theie there wero glass ctscs
tilled with costly jewelry and valuable ,
collections of coin. Admittance to tho
Pantechnicon could bo obtained only
from a depositor or a Director. In the
rear of the first floor were collections of
equipages, iuostlj of foreign make,
which were considered so costly that
tho owners feared to trust them on their '
own piemises. On tho floors nliove,
besides several art galleries and mar
bles, wero endless collections of costly
furniture, requiring constant care and J
attention to keep in ordrr. The Pan
technicon was also used for tho safe- i
keeping of landed titlos moitgages, and
other Miluablo papcr.t, tho coinpanv.
sometimes advancing money on tho col
laterals deposited. Xcw York Sun.
Chang occupied its normal poMtiou on
the right i-ide of his body below tho
diaphragm. The liver of Eug was on
lllH llf t Klllo tlpxk ill fllHllf lllM klllfvjtll
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being abnormally' situated on the right
side of his body. The two livers hail
. . - . m
ohuino to the new directory, tho . e passage oi uie injecting nuid irom
ct of Columbia contains no less the mesenteric vein of one to that of the
an 1 Thomas Jeflcrsous, James Mad-1 other. Ihe fact of a common umbilical
, 4 John Adamos, 6 John Quincv ru ociweeu mo twins is also settled,
amses, and 27 George Woshingtous. the navel being situated in tho middle
' ' ,f ti i.,i n,,-;..,, r.i,.i i:r i....
Ji llllJ LfUllll. AIILIKJL JIUI111 Jill. LIlLlt:
i v- -
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ri . !""- i niuuu cowura, Jid- "'. -'"-"'---urj mu resi oi tuc party,
ward wilbon ! I repeat tho words : and wuo wcro nmusing themselves at some
II UlCre 18 ft VJnrileln r.f ...... I l i , i1i-innn i,i.l l,.1,.w'l 41... ..r ..
..,....v., ,.-.u utjuuu iuu JilllgU OI OO-
servation. He did not succeed in ob
taining a permanent encounter, as ho
'nJfilR 09'cxpcctccl retaliation, thai
Fortuuc-telleia are generally skillful
(uiu iuo uuici L-iiii iu3cim:u iuw n tint ui . iii aiLi-uuuiisin, 1IU11 1111 UIU ICHllllCTI Ul
water, will prevent tho air from entering ' the human face do their sharo in cn
the barrel, while the cas escapes through ! lichteninfif the tmderstaudincr of the
I ! tnri 4-jt i iil.-- tho Vk n -t-'vl 4liAlr-rrii.n arrai ThA klnv -i4 4lii-i trWAaAni ilaw a
uJllV-jUWVu'rt. i'1" JT. ..'fZ".""" n1-' .f"D."" "" . 1'acBoiai, wj .
faded thc indignant light from tho oyes
of Edward W, son. Whata fierce strug
gle agitated him for tho moment !
:i v-,,:iV0 h1 f?1 frie,llls. James,"
said A,lson calmly. B,,t. oven if
"Pahl Cant and hypocrisy?" said
tiie other, contemptuously
-on know mo better than that,
James Logan ; and I am sorrv that in
your rebutment of iIUg;m;, M '
you shoulil so far forgot what is hint to
my character as to dnirgo upon me such
moan vices I reject the implied alle
gation as false."
There was an honest indignation in
the manner of Wilson, that ho did no
attempt to repress.
"Do you ttill mo a liar ?" exclaimed
Logan in uncontrollable passion, draw
ing back his hand, and making a motion
the f-icc ' t0 Slai tho othcr
was the smallest quiver of a muscle per
ceptible. Irom Miiie cause the pur-
!AUui uuiu was not executed. In
stead of giving a l,ou-f lje -, .. j
antagonist with words of deenor insult
seeking thus to provoke an awanlL
JJatdMinwasiiot to be driven from
the citedal m which he had entrenched
"If I am a
Edward Wilson had boon for some
timo sitting alono with his unhappy
thoughts, when ho was aroused by,sud
don cries of alarm, tho tono of which
told his heart too plainly that somo im
minent dancer ininoiuloil Nnnnn,'n-r
to his feet ho ran in the riinwtfmi nf ihn
1 . -- -- -w--.Bv -y
cries, anil quickly saw tho cause of ox- ! J
citemcnt. Kecent heavv minR liml tftn
swollen tho mountain stream, tho turbid
waters of which wero sweeping down
with great velocity. Two young girls,
who had been amusing themselves at
somo distance above in a boat that was
attached to the shore by a long rope,
had. throucrh fonu mwilont rf !..
fastening loose, and wero now gliding
down, far out in tho current with a
it did to risk mv life at tlm mtlMnm
Thero ia a moral heroism that few can
appreciate. And it will usually be
found that tho morally brave man is
quickest to lose tho senso of personal
danger when others are in peril.
cb o,he School House in Bed Cloud, on
ii t-w. ds .i. .!. J- - i-ri.". a Tt
Tea per i-ivSpn to rea' on account of
Batter per' L..:L't..lj th
ill I tho increasing
ZW - - , --v-r
nrranrt' ? j
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A' Kooa cum Rimnlri
Paragraphs Worth Kemcmlieriiig.
Benzine and common clay will clean
Castok oil is
Lemon juice and glycerine will remove
will aid you in
an excellent thing to
luuiiuuj juurvnsiiig speed, toward tlio ..i. . t . ;, 1-v..ii.iwi,
breast of a milidam omo'lmmlr 1 "r , ?h. y"r fcot with soap and diluted
...... ,,w vm. cmntfi nt ntrvir.a..
A dose of castor oil
SnitiTS of ammonia, diluted a little,
will cleanse tho hair very thoroughly.
Powheueo niter is good for removing
freckles. Apply with a rag moistened
To OBVIATE oflpiihivn nKn;ri;..n
:i!frXbe 6th day of itV A. D.
wuiiviiiy,- v.iB wrtwri-irr T4L?rilIltlM Wi
-, - I 111 T-a - i tiu ii
ucn.uuouiing. reojijTw .u JiUW beard. A. ood
TiTi aa thotvi iu r in. ' . o --
-i-, . Uk.u io uu iuob, i nmiortl wtnw . . 1. a
it.,., i iwj uv uc uiucu. a. very re-
hosir. students hxed up a ghost and treating chin denotes weakness, and a
placed it on the staircase of a Troy i very projecting one harsh strength
newspaper office, the other night, and united with firmness amounting to obi
then retired and awaited developments. ' stinocy. A pointed chin denotes acute
One of tho editors came along and didn't uess. A soft, fat, double chin cener
gct frightened. Ho disrobed it, and ally denotes a love of good living and
now wears a $15 pair of pantaloons, a fti angular chin judgment and firmness.
rV ',.," -' l"ur " "oots, ana an &i xiatness oi chin implies coldnohs a
, ' :r. """ " "'" -iicuis goes , "'Hun iiiiiiiicci cnin, goodness ; a small
about Without a vnut onrl ..tl.n. "nliin fr. tl .P.1-..1- ' ..
Thc Claims or Ohio.
Tho fact that Ohio men occupy such
prominent positions in Washington sug- '
gests to Gen. James M. C'omly, tho '
witty editor of Thc Ohio State Journal ',
a little anecdote. Iu a recent letter
from thc national capital to his pajxr
he wrote :
" Now, since I think of it, how is
this? Charley Baldwin, of Mount
Vernon, was hero last week, nnd he l
wanted to see Sothern. At tho ticket
office tho treasurer said, very jKilitely:
liniiuiTi'n ..mmmml nni) tlinrn i"' nnt. i.frm. . SDOIllls ! " Kotll Otir CVHS OTO alrCA'1
standing room.' 'But my dear sir.' out looking for it,
said Charley, I m from Ohio!' The
treasurer looked at him a moment
in blank astonishment, and then called
out, 'Harry, take this gentleman to t te
nwn j. ww
tatlrlirwr Stnna fnr 4
maaagers box'and'giveTiim u front seat
iR b irom unio : Xhe idea that anv.
.. . 1S.W
,. . mm
Marruur and OWtuary NotW frr. Im1 rw-
J tirra UVs prr Itef. TnD:rnt aol Lirat AiJVrrUa
eali ptraMr In a.latce. Yearly alrrrtiM-nwali
A HiaUIIT .MIUIUKKMTADI!IU
A UJy ItTtO la Pnmbartoo,
Wh( tw-art w full of UaJor,
.Hit h Br Ulf U lolil. jtjull
l!r eyra w tr full of UtaInr.
Hrr rvaat can U hrr oo tnom.
And ail lo ha lb day. toarm,"
Tn visit In Hr hotur.
Which ni nU avay, warm."
Th1 laity took a nmia'tit'a Ibmiht
Tha chwrTully conitl.
llrcaiuw alio ilj loird t batn
llrr ,raut hi cmitetitnl.
Ana o thwrant hitriewanl unit,
Thn iultrra lo th Vttchr.
And J.tiunl a llltl Jta blch li
TboUiiht "rwrfrxtly lttchln.,
Sbo lullrd aronad lth totlrf tUbt
To Krt her builand" lluur,
And never drofll In avoa U'A fltsd ,
. Thtjiulai4 vJiBr. . taa,- mr
hiio rft faU aten uu lb van, f
And kid Iwhlnd iU taUi-,
lYuTu whroo ho ranK ujn br imia
A .till an hr iwiWr.
She thought that ho utprlril would ba
Te et urh fund ran-
'nni une ruroll li anm trloga
Ala ! Imagine hrr di.maj
Imagine her tcrrat dtatreu
To hue him il her lll aud
Ste Mary, tire'a jour mlre
HnoKKN spirits A brandy uniuidt.
Wu vt llwer would finish a drnwiur;
riHim best ? Hoso would.
Honest ducks dip thoir heads nudcr
water to liquidate their little bilU.
Hens hIiouIiI live to great ago, for
they grow tougher as they grow old.
Why is a beefsteak liko a locomotive ?
It's not of much account without lU
Yor.No ladies who are both haitdftoniA
and rich attract by their faces and
"Sod corn catawba, vintage of 18711,"
comprises the rntiro " wine " list of a
"I am sotry tho days are getting
longer," said a young man. " Why ?
asked his mother. " Because the time
for visiting my sweetheart doesn't cumo
Pokticai, advice from the Fremont
(Ohio) Mmncmici :
" Yoiiiijj Udiii under twenty iirtmnrti
Should nrer flirt with l'lerland ilruiciinr,
lin-auw full often they itlll And
Tin drummer Irate ynmiR wltra lwhtlid.
An exchange says : " Keep an yw
out for the early resumption of pay
ment" To which a Southern paper re-
' How fast thev build liOURen now
said H.; "they began that building
lat week, ffl Jimv arc ptittmr
il no are our
...,u..b u,uiii, ii Year, ana another cinn, lear ; sharp indentings in the
in ii in it rt ia rn i iin iir f... m. . - . a . a . ar ai. . -
through tho hmt frequented I middle of tho chin tioint. to a cool un-
WCarini? n YPrv nnxintif imii. ,.t lorufonli'nn. Tt,m ,.!... 1 i.
body from Ohio shouldn't be able to get
a place anywhere was too thin."
Gen. Coraly adds that tho object of
W. 1). Bickham's late visit to Washing
ton was to have Worcestershire sauce
placed on tho free list. Why not, sinco
W. I). I?, mixes thf mun-n mlrli U..O-I,
I ling C.itawba aud then pronounces tho
mixture tlio " best wine I ever drank,
ery ancient pair of oersuimiinir. Tlin rilnr nml tf,.. .,t
lc kjn and of the hair and beard have !
i aiso iiireet harmony with the features.
, These should be studied more thati '
I they havo been. A facility in drawing
faces is of great use to tho student of l
physiognomy, as it enables him to note
peculiarities of feature which no writ
itvii description would Io it...t.in ..t
. ' - -.,'.iu Vl
IJ res Through
spirits of ammonia.
The juice of ripo tomatoes will ro-
movo tho stain of wnlnntu fmir. iu
yards below, from which the water was
thundering dowu a height of over twen
ty feet. Pale with terror rim nr
young creatures were stretchiiur out hands without, ininrr. t !, t:
their hands toward their companions on ' To kfmovk India i.,L- ..a i
"uuiu oe lose. The position if Mm i.- " n ."-" J""u-
. ."- , uuiL- lueso marKR mav hn n i no.i
l. i.iri ., . . . n.
A Clerical Shot nfl i-Vn ja..Km,
John Itankin contributes to the Chi
caio Jntaior the following reminis
cence of Itev. John Hcndcrsi, an old
time preacher of Tennehsee :
In those early times, tho hnrlmmmt
practice of fightingdnils prevailed to I Pberviug.
owmu L-Aitiii uiiioug a ciaas oi men who
proteased to bo gentlemen. This hor
rible barbarity Mr. Henderson depicted
in its darkest aspect as fraught with
cowardice and murder. It is said that
ho delivered at Nashville", Tennessee
in the presence of finnm-ai t..i,
Tno Men Lose Their
I It is well-known now that small-jxix
existed for some weeks in a store on
Center strict, and committed great rav-
I ages ivt the family circlo of tho store
keeper. Among tho customers who
, dealt at his store were two men, one a
well-to-do storckec'wr at Auburn, and
r tho other from Cressona. Ono day the
Auburn man came to this store, bought
u. mock oi goons, aim in going out no-
tho lights." "Ye,h answered' hi
friend, " and next week they will put in
' the liver."
" You eannot taste in tho dark," said
a lecturer. "Nature has intended im
to see our food." "Then," inquired a
forward pupil, "how about a blind man
at dinner?" "Nature, sir," answered
the proftwtur, " has provided him with
A i.apv made a omplatut to Fred
erick the (Ireat. King of PriiMin.
" Your Majesty," sail! she. "my hus
band treata me badly." "That is none
of my lumini'HH," sam the King. " Hut
honpcakaill of you," said tlie Indy.
"That," said he, "is none of yoar
A mi.vihteii at a colored wedding, who
wished to bo humorous, Raid : " On
such occasions it in customary to kiwi
the bride, but in this cao will omit
it." To which ungalliint remark tho
bridegroom pertinently replied : " On
. , , m.ilk oi kooo, arm m going out no- "nuegroom pertinently replied : "On
hauio paper has recently ' ticed that tho doors and windows were ch occosioim it is customary to pay
luutetl to a German maga- closed. Ho asked the reason of tliis tho minister ten dollars, but in this cae
UlCSSOr Molir. Iimannir n. rmmml ... III.: ..on .. . :n .: :i
-- rf f 'VkJ IIIUU WA Llin
younggirlshrulbecn discovered, while
they were vet somo disfniwo ,ilw-.v r..i
H...I. i ..... . . r. """- ""
by blistering tho skin and keeping the
enwnnl w-rtli i. -?
my hand m violent mi l.;, -.1 t . s
once called friend " "U1U J aau
if i.: 1- , . ...
v -"-.uient iigm girlish laughter
and the ringing of merry voices reached
tho ears of our excited young men, and
their relation of ,., A.:-. .1 '
,.l,n-7 t .,"... -v?frui at
v...v.. upjau waiKed away
direction from which tho voice
"" ,. 1 Y. " ,e5 remained where
uioj ii.iv it-c-u Manning.
' 1 Vh-V ll kwt you knock him down "
sud the compjuion of Wilson
Tho latter, whoe face was 'now vcrv
sober and very pale, shook his head
sIWt'V, He matle Uo othcr response.
1 behevo you are a coward !" ex-
claimed tho other, impatienUv ; and
, tunimg ofl, T,0 went in the direction
taken by Logan.
The moment Wilson was alone ho
seated himself on the ground, concealed
from the party whose voices had inter
rupted them, by a large rock, and cov-
crcd his face with his hands, sat motion
less for several minutes. How much he
suffered m that little space of time we
will not attempt to A.w mi..
struggle with his indignant impulses
had been very severe. He was no cow
ard jh heart What was right and hu-
mane he was ever ready to do even at
" tho nsk to himself of both physical and
mental suffering Clearly 'conscious
was he of this, let the consciousness
did not and could not protect his feel
ings from theuujust and stinging eharce
jl cowardice i so angrily bronght against
Vsfbfr. In spite of Jhis better reaaSn, he
felt humiliated; and there were mo-
JT- SfDtswh!? lie half gwtted the for-
bearance that saved the insolent Lon
ttmpunidiment They were bat So-
lore happening to be another boat out m JT!L ,,tUhl,e' ...ieu
on tho milidam, and that nigh at hand. nnncwL mV
Logan and two other young men had 1 P1
loosed it from the shore. But thc dan-1 Ueiie is an excellent recipe for making
gir ,,f being ied over the dam, genuine erasive soap that will remove
should any one veuturo out in thie g"-'se aud stains from clothing : Two
boat, seemed so inevifnhl. llmf nm... .,r rouutls of rroiil f!iitilo onr. . i.i
lcm dared to encounter tho hazard. 1 P"" of carlonato of potash, dissolved
ow- scieamiug and wringing their'1" uulf it of hot water. Cut the
hands, and now urging thee men to j V J" hin slices, boil the soap with
try and save their companions, stood tbe potash until it Ls thick enough to
tho young maidens of tho party on the mo,tl in cakes ; also odd alcohol, half an
shore, when William dashed through ounce; camphor, half anouueo: harts-
tueiu, and spnuirmcr into tlie bout rnVnl ' horn, half 011 ounce : color with lnu ,
" -- 1 . . . -' . -. u m
ounce 01 pulverized chaico
Effect of Frost or Sap of Trees.
fyu i-ouiriuiucu to a ucrmati maca
.uiu i 1 roicssor iIohr. ulinwinf nut. fm.r.r,il ,1n.,.n r 11.: .. iim .. ... .;n .: :
?th"t.,t-rffa0P,..n?,t frz ? "?e ono, ."don't yob know thrt ' Who hurt you. bub ?" a.sk.,1-. ,!.
who was a duelist, adi.., 3 I !,.,? J; iJL .7 "lc;,l..IIV0..ll,ro,,Pn . "''""e small pox there?" At thin , trian of a small l,y who sat howllncr on
he stated that a sea captain who had I it does not frcez He's H i ZS ; ? US? uI Lh" A"bUra tn?. ??r "Johnnjr Kydd."
oecomo a preacher, was tlm m.no f
" Ouick. Locan ! TfiU on n ...it
i8 lost," ,a
But, instead of this, Logan stepped
hack a pace or two from tho boa, while
his face grew pale with fear. Not an
instant more was wasted. At a glance
Wilson saw that if the ladies were
saved, it must bo by the btrength of his
own arm. Bravely he pushed from the
shore, and, with giant strength, born of
the moment and for tlie occasion, from
his high, unselfish purpose, he dashed
tlie boat out into the current, and,
bending to the oars, took a direction at
au angle witu me other boat, toward
the point where the water was sweepinr:
?-Vw V-e,dam- At over-v stroke the
light skiff sprung forward a dozen feet
aud Pearcely half a minute elapsed ere !
v usou was beside the other boat. Both
were now within twenty yards of the
fall, and the water was bearing them
down with a velocity that a strong
rower, with every advantage on his
side, could scarcely have contended
against successfully. To transfer the
'iiKiueseu gins from one boat to the
other, in the few moments of time left
Lv!e .dw?, seeping current would
bear their frail vessel to the edge of the
dam. ami f;'I i.- , . ut
w n;uuu an auvantage,
was, for Wilson, impossible. To let
his own boat go and manage theirs he
saw to be ennally imtxssible,
A cry of despair reached the yoonr
man s ears as the oars dropped from hS
grasp into tho wt- ii -,7rz
S,i iCaio?- o( e fearful soene
that he had lost his presence of mind,
and that now all was over. Not so
however. In the next moment he had
sprung into tfce water, which, near th
To IMrAirr to oommon in l,i .l
and apearance of black walnut, the fol
lowing composition may be used : One
quarter of a pound of 'asphaltum, one
half a pound of common hiwimr
gadon of turpentine. If found too thin,
rid lieeswax ; if too light in color, add
aspholtum, though that must be done
with caution, as a very little will make
a irreat differviirv in iha i..i j
black walnut is not what its name im
plies, but rather a rich dark brown.
aruisumg is not essential, as the
gives a good gloss.
converting the dauchtr nf q ;..i;.ii
who lecani9 very angry, and determined
to kill tho preacher. For thia purjiose
ho concealed himself by a road on
which thc preach was to i)ass ; but
Providence so directed that ho did not
go that way. The infidel then sent thc
preacher a challenge to fight a duel.
This the preacher accepted, and hast
ened to tho infidel's home, and found
liim in liI Sir c.M 1... j i
-"- ""f ram uu w me sca-
captam, on a certain day vou lay con
cealed by the wayside to 'murder me.
You know that it was inconsistant with
my calling to fight a duel. But I am
determined to fight yon immediately in
this room and it is my right to choose
theweaons of combat. The infidel
was seized with consternation aud
tremblinc The prencliM- Aru? n ;.;,
Bible. This, taid he, is the weapon
mm wuicu a mean to ngutyou. O
said fr. Henderson, " Never was there
a poor leilow so clad to see a Ril.lv
Minimi, it i0 t,ni' -' .. .inUi ,,,iU i, ne was at once sobbed tho victim. "I'll pj .bout
s affi . . SriS ? W'tZZ "fS1 'TJ. - - hi"! if he does ,t ,nnU?A
.... vi tiif iiiiiLt i in imiiiii i-iHix in inrnn iinvn ' m "... . .. i r t. i ..
1 nZZ rT"11 rz-rty.,orsmall.pox in three days. Tho fate
. .w r. o"-'-". wi.o liut uo so wnen its ot iho Urrsona mau was almost cxactlv
SKJS wo findy ?,,vMe,H .TroPfcal I MmiIar' If0 tn,erttl the e s or e
Rrn- - V-8? dls' ""i1 the30 arc was informed of the existence of small:
the ones ,n winch tho sap freezes, but pox there, was dreadfully frightened
hi - of smTi
the liquid particles are finely divided, J'otUcillcU'a.) Journal.
there is no freezing nf Dm HnmM. :i
after the structure has received injury
of some sort. This in true, he says, of :
inseets and insect nannm 'rim. ",.
, - i 1 -- ui; l tiA.u it iiwin: iwjwit. il ait IOUIK1 Hint J. . . . ..." w.., -tm uir.
freeze'; but cut one apart, soon after the strongest London draft horse were i ?hW1 W friend --My dw child,
the humors solidify, and on thawing capible of doing work equivalent to l don l LlLco : bt,t if il "niU J" l
minute, and he tok this as the unit of
power tor thc steam engine. Thc horae
What Is Meant by a Hone Power!
Thc iKwer of prime mnvr.ru Ju m .in
ured by horc iower. Watt found that
man. condoniuclv. but th In? mniilnn.
ly stopped howling, and exclaimetl :
I ".Titht leave him alone. When I grow
Aip I'll get on tho police force, and thn
I can belt him all I want to !
DAuaimcR of the bouse (to a privi
leged old friend of the family)" Dear
Mr. Lupus, you don't seem to be en
joying yourself. I should no like to
nave you waltz this one with m.
wouldn't mind sittiug here
Knrax for Colds.
A writer in the Medical Jicjwrl dies '
a number of cases in which boiax has
proved a most effective remedy in cer
tain forms of colds. He states that in ,
sudden hoaireness or loss of voice in -
pnoiic speaJcers or singers, from colds,
raising 3.$,000 pounds one foot hich per woumn l IQ,nu ""ug ' with my arm
wi i... i- it . .t v -. . arriTinii Tniir triinr wmiA i ia AfhM
.... .,....,. .... . vMtn aarj
mnkmg thenmclvea dizzy." Punch.
Reocir Eatoto. Half the girls in
the land become dyspeptic before thev
are out of their teens, in consequence of
being abont the house and nibbling at
everything they lay their eves on that is
Kwu iw eat ; wnereas, were they to eat
but three times a day at regular times,
and not an atom between meals, they
might enjoy crfect health. To digest
a full meal and pass it 6ut of tho stom
ach requires net less time than five
hours. If a person eats between meals,
the process of diuestion nt , f i
reaily in thc stomach is arrested, untU
Uie last which has been eatea isbrouffht
u.v me wuuuiuou oi tae lormer meal
just as, it water is boiling and ice is put
in, tho wholo ceases to boil until the
ice has been melted and brought to the
boiling point, and then the whole Loils
together. No wonder that cvrpepiics
are cress and peevish! How can they
be otherwise, since a disordered stomach
ihiue source oi so manr lunm 9 Vt
and faithfulnesaof tlie preacher that he
gje mm a nne suit ox clothes,
...Oct. 10. 17I
Atrll W, 1717
..Mrc! j J71S
ArrtI aBL 17l
a not hhiiiiIIt' mnnl.ln nt .i..;n ... .. 1
a quantity of work. Kinkine gave 'Id,- , KfIWIi iTemlerm.
0OJ foot jKuiiuis as the figure for a mean ' In " t the change of Ministry in
of several experimenta, and it is prob- ' England, the following list of Premier,
able that 2."5.000 foot pound i f-tir from 1714. will be of interest :
-- . . ...
a 'BhA a7a infill i a a a m n 11 rn n vjan mr. afa. a m . - w . m. m
relief for an hour or . bv mr.i " 1?,:?" 3' " g?U : . .
triox- Jw, nhon ..!. -.i f R. ' i -"" '"line nt: or mi men nn wiitii . ..
cule duel fisrhtine-. Tt is M !,. Tt,. lump of Wt thn -;,A T"iTi . VaU 8.l"mate has become, by general ' si, ctrt Wai,t.
sou wasso:plealed .with thedn" or about three o7 loS LTlr ' S2 IZSZfTZL A &". ' "
nl ZSfJn' tC lnnt to BP-, - icntljlc American. ' 1 $?&?" '
mg or singing Tliia produces a pro-,' ' .- t ororin . "
fuse secretion of saliva, or " watennff" . Sad CAsKOPMATniMoiAr. hm.,,m ' XTi9 "
I o: ine mouth and throat-probably re- -A young married man Imnjr near
, i " i .7 -w , u.c iuiui i wjiiiciuiui, itijs., rcturnru home a few
ltEfi-" JnB relti2S" htiD& 5 niLt S "nrxpect.-dly, and found
tt.1TJMffn0teStOa ant other?oungman sharing his 552
J oca- e rtturnea the next morning
. ,. I nd took away his three-year-old W
A Mother s Wokth. Manv a dis- : learing the miserable woman to the fate
wiuasvu uiuiuer xoios ner tired hands mw wnicti he liaii fallen. A dar or
She that is loved is safe.
He that makes himself an ass must not
take it to ill if men ride him.
The song which is sung in heaven
must be learned on eartlt.
He liad bnt few enemies saving his
A laugh is worth a hundred groans in
The cause that never made a fanatic
never produced a martyr.
By taking revenge a man is but even
with his enemy ; but in passing over it
he is superior.
-rveep lnnocency, 'fas the greatest fe
licity and a good conscience, for 'tis a
confanual feast ; this is the only music
which makes a munr Y, . l; -
the prisoner sing when the jailer
Dakr erf (hnlim . .
lord Xortfe . ... ,
Marquis ot Rnektr-cLAm.
Tjkti t1 Jfbibra
Unite' VnUaA. ...
WBUaes Put . .
Hi7 AiMlsgtca. ..,.,
lmiof PortUod . ...
.Sjct JTrerral. , . . ,
Karl i,l LirrrtA
Oors Casmmg. . ..
A JySAS gentleman has Ihoughtfulrr
P.u tn ffont gate in the parlor, so that
his daughter and her tohxi bmh can
swing on it without takiBt;cold during
the cold weather. Th&la a hHHuu
suggestion to all fathers. A frost do
at night, and feels as if she had, after " two afterward the mo Ler was discovered
all, done nothing, although she had not 1 in an insane condition almnl nn. r !,-.
spent an idle moment since slie rose. Is . ontbuildings of a oelffhbor. with ,. SrVo17
n noining tliat yonr little helplesa -ifl-1 shoes of her child in her hand search. v''t JteRwwu-
all their childish griefs and iors? I, it s that he was buried somwwJ HTi Zl SU3,TnK
nothing that your husband feebi "safe "snow. She is still a lnnt,V v. I ?? . -a
Wlien nc IS awar to Ilia hnniuM K-. L rhniin
,, , ;-.. v-.. ..vu -
uut ciiremi nana directs ererrthing at
home? Is it nothing, when his" business
. . " iuamenas tne blessed reluce
Xarti 3i. tTW
ij A. 17
April i. 17Q
te- Y,. 17
Xarrb 7. nan
May 13, WA
Jaa. . w
March IX iMtt
.Jcar &, li
lunaUe. Ex-1 Eal n--
Krl ot Xtxt&sra
of home, which yon have that day done
your best to brighten and refine? Oh,
weary and faithful mother! you little
know your power when you say, " I have
done nothing. " There is a book in which
a fairer record than this is written over
agaiEst your name.
A hossx left uncovered, when sot is
exercise, will aoon grow a heavy coat oi
coarse hair. This become a nndfnfK
to rapid aaotion, and should be ptCTCSt
a by jadieioa biafikctiaf.
SCRGICAL EmniTfn i .
amination of the Collie of SargeoM a I
aJ Ja k V av t
"What would you do if a asaa were
blown up with powder T
"Wait until he caaae down,' he
"True," replied Abernethr." "And
suppose I should kick you for such an
impertinent reply, what atuaclea should
I put in motion ?'-
"The iexora and exicssorsof y
am; for I should knock you down in
saediately." TiecaadidatereceiTtd Ms diplosa.
Vliii ninT Til ali ii
Ear! ot JV-by.... .. ..
trtRttaacB . ... ,
WiQUm Zwrl Olxtrf nr
.. J no
,. . rr.
Im following k id to be an eaeeJ
lest cure for rheunuatuaa : Half a tea
spooafal of Boehelle aalta, to be take
every aMnxag , half as hour before
txeftUaM. Hot drinks, aetrila.
beer. CMir. mmm mA to. b.
aTojded, aed all gretMe. e-pt good.
sweet bsMer. TxtA mmt otwmSrj
mt be eattm oaoe a day, Wt aalt BMat
"v Aa -
ILfe h . .-
KriSiX . -"w. -.4
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