The Centre reporter. (Centre Hall, Pa.) 1871-1940, October 05, 1876, Image 4

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Sm-onnble Kara
Many farmers are unaware that corn
may bo husked by machinery, ami
where a large crop is to be handled, will
lie found a great help. Otlior helps for
smaller growers will lie found in some
greatly improved husking glove* that
are now made. They are a protection
against cold, and effective.
In many places, in the Middle ana
Southern States for instance, a winter
pasture is very convenient, if not neces
sary. Rye is generally sown for this
purpose on fields intended for a spring
crop, or the crop is left to grow after
having been pastured. Three bushels
of seed should be sown, and the earlier
the better-
Winter oats are coming into favor in
Sout hern States, ami are being tested in
the Middle States. It furnishes fall and
winter pasture, or a heavier crop of
grain than soring oats. Two bushel*
j>er acre should bo sown. The earlier it
18 sown the better.
Rye is the first crop that can be used
iu the spring for soiling purposes. Those
farmers or dairymen who intend to soil
any of their stock, oau lieet begin now
by sowing a piece of rye for early green
feed. The ground is cleared iu tiaie for
oats and peas mixed, or fodder corn.
To make soiling crops pay they must be
richly mabnred, a much labor is iu
volved in this rnathod of ftxxliug st<x-k,
and only heavy crops will pay for the
Forward crops of mangels or beets
may be thinned now to help out the fall
feed. Tl-e more room the leaves have
to spread, the nper and more nutritions
the roots will be.
The whole dock should now be looked
after. Sueep intended for market shonld
be pushed forward as rapidlv as poasi
ble. Ewes intended to produce early
lam lis should uot be stinted upon stub
bles and lare pastures, but should lie
supplied liberally with all the food they
can digest. Thev may now lie coupled
with the ram. For market lambs the
Merino ewe crossed with a Cotswold
ram, is perhaps the best choice, giving
large au.i rapidly growing laiubs, which
are easily fed and fatted. Experienced
breeders have found no difficulty ou ac
count of the ram, nevertheless, a mod
erate sued, compact, heavy bodied ram
is preferable to a lanky, rangy animal.
Young stock of all kinds should be
prepared for winter. Get them in goxl
condition before the cold weather ar
rives, or all ia lost now that has been
gained by the summer's feed. To keep
them steadily growing at all seasons is
the secret of raising profitable animals
More improvement is noticable in
swine than in any other stock, but on
less improvement is kept up by the nse
of thoroughbred males, the stock will
go back. As a primary principle iu
breeding, it may be said that a half-bred
or grade male should never be used to
produce stock. For a sow that pro
duces ten young at once, it is the very
poorest economy to breed her to a poor
male; no stock pays better to improve
than swine, on account of the rapid in
I'ararrt' l lab Qaeetleae.
Can hams be kept during hot weather
free from insects or taint without the
protection of a smokehouse or perfectly
dark room ?
Sew each ham up in a canvas bag and
whitewash it, or rub them in wood ashes,
and pack them in barrels, covering them
with wood ashes.
Is there an effective preventive of fire
blight ?
An experienced cultivator states that,
when properly performed, not pruning
is a preventive of fire blight; for me
dium sized trees he cuts about two feet
off, and goes deep enough tn sever the
principal roots. If cut too far from the
base cf the trunk the pruning will not
check the di-< • ,e. Early spring is the
beet time
Everybody knows that old posk bar
rels should be thoroughly cleaned lie
fore being a-d for i.ew pork; but how
san it be done, that is the questiou ?
A lye composed of strong wood ashes
and water applied with a stiff broom is
all that is required. The lye takes hold
of the greasy particles, and will, with a
vigorous scouring, leave the barrels
sweet and dean. Thoroughly rinse in
cold water to remove the ashes. Wash
again with boiling water, then rinse one**
more with cold water, and the barrels
will be ready for use.
What recipe makes the best whitewash
for outside work ?
A whitewash that serves nearly as well
as oil paint on wocd, brick and stone is
made by the following recipe, which has
been advised lately in several agricnl
toral journals : Slack one peck of new
lime with boiling water, cover during
the process to keep n the steam. Strain
the liquid and add a peck of salt, pre
vioualy dissolved in warm water, one
and one-half pounds of rice paste and
half a pound of finely ground whiting.
Add two and one-half gallons of hot wa
ter; stir well and apply quite hot; half a
pound of glue, dissolved and stirred in,
will be a great improvement; mix well
together, and let stand for several days.
Dried Ten alert.
Housekeepers in the country, who
have many tomatoes and few cans, can
easily preserve a largo quantity of this
very easily raised fruit by drying it.
This method requires little outlav, and
comparatively little trouble. Scald and
peel the tomatoes, as for oanLing. Boil
them slowly in a porcelain kettle or
store jar until the original quantity is
reduced one-half. Then season them in
the proportion of a teaspoonful of salt
and half a capful sugar to a gallon of
stewed tomatoes. Spread on the plates
and dry quickly, without scorching. As
the moisture dries away and the stewed
fruit takes shape, scrape it up so that
both sides may dry, and let the contents
of several plates, heaped up lightly,
stand in bright sunshine a little while
before putting away. Store in liags and
keep dry.
When wanted for use, put a small
quantity soaking in considerable water
several hours, or over night. Btew in
the nam*' water long and slowly—three
or four hours—keeping boiling water at
band to add if it grows thick, and so is
in danger of burning. It should be
quite thin when done, and may be
thickened with bread crumbs, and" sea
soned with a little sugar, salt, and but
ter—of course tomatoes should not lie
made sweet.
A Pies far the "rw.
The crow is quite as fond of bugs and
worms and little field mice and young
snakes as be is of the farmer's corn. He
is a good policeman about the farm
house and drives away the hawk, who
can do twice the amount of mischief he
is guilty of. He hunts the grassfields
and pulls out the caterpillars and all
manner of posts, and probably saves
many other crops, if he is bard on the
corn. A gentleman had a tame crow who
trotted out after him as he went out to
wage bis annual war ou the squash
bugs. His sable attendant put his head
on one side and watched him for a few
minutes, as if to see how he did it
Comprehending the business at last, he
went for those bugs with a will, and
cleared the patch in fine style. He took
it for a business the remainder of the
season, insuring a fine crop.
To Dfifrmlne (he Ate of Eua.
An egg is generally called fresh
when it has been laid only one or two
days in summer, and two to six days in
winter. The shell being porous, the
water in the interior evaporates, and
leaves a cavity of greater or less extent.
The yolk of the egg sinks, too, as may
be easily seen by holding it toward "a
candle or the sun; and, when shaken,
a slight shock is felt if the egg is not
fresh. To determine the precise age
of eggs, dissolve about four ounces of
common salt in a quart of puie water,
and then immerse the egg. If it is one
day old, it will descend to the bottom of
the vessel; but if three days, it will
float in the liquid. If more than five
days old, it will come to the surfaoe and
project above in proportion to its in
creased ;>ge.
The Evangelical Union in Scotland is
composed of eighty-three churches that
do not admit liquor dealers to member
Anion IT the Indian*.
A Standing Rook letter says: An In
dian arrived from the hoetile eanip* with
a message from seveu of the hostile
chiefs. Ho is kuown to have left thin
agency about ttiree weeks ago for the
hoetile carapn. While he dtx-* not claim
to have been with Sitting Bull, lie says
he was with another muni larger camp,
where the Uxlgs and Indiana covered
all the prairie, lie re|xirta tbeee Indiana
aa abundantly supplied with freeli meat,
buffalo and antelope Ix-ing in great
abundance. They art> alao reported to
have more armn and ammunition than
they know what to do with.
They daily watch the men who are cu
gaged in building the new pit oil
Tongue river, and sav at one time they
could have destroyed am>ther Ixxly of
tnxip* aa they did the lamented! Glister
and Ilia band, but they thought they
were going home, ami for that reaaou
did uot care to disturb them. Thia ia
•nii)Nmml to have Ixx-n tleueral Miles
and hi* regiment when they atarted taok
for the Yellowstone
They are anxious to treat tor peace,
and do not care to tight the aoldiers if
tliev are let aloue, but if they are not,
wili tight for yearn if neoemary. The
writer says aeveral of the lauula refused
to l>e counted, ami ratioua wei* accord
ingly withheld from them. One chief
who submitted to the oouut refusxl to
receive lua rationa, atid scattered them
ou the ground. It ia claimed that the
count, though not completed, will not
aliow more than half the utiml>er of In
duuia which the agent claimed to have
t>een issuing to.
Though the uew supplies have not ar
rived, full rations of dour, ami half ra
tioua of augwr, coffee, tolawvo aud twvoou
were issued. The correspondent claims
the ludiana received full aa much under
thia issue as they had formerly received
for double the number of lodgca. Cap
tain Collins has lxen detailed to assist
Lieutenant Roach in the count of refrac
tory lodges.
Advices received from Fort Pierre,
and subsequently continued, r<qx>rt that
a jwuty of five men were killed by In
dian.n neai the Wakpa Sicw. on their way
to the Iliac k Hills. The massacre t*x>k
plaoe near the head of the Hica, and it is
thonght thai some of the party must
have got awa> and peuetraUxl the foot
hills as far as Crook City, from which
place a force of fifty miners came out to
open the road to the Missouri. It is re
ported that these were attacked and sur
rounded, and held corralled ou a hill for
a whole day, when a messenger escaped
and went to toe hills for re-enforce
ments. Twenty others came out to the
assistance of the besieged men, but be
fore beiug able to co-operate with them
they were attacked and overpowered by
the Indians, and all massacred. This is
the last report, which has not yet bee®
confirmed, but it seems probable, as the
Indians have recently appeared in large
numbers from the hostile camps in the
neighborhood of the Black Hills, and
eveu at the Cheyenne river agency.
The troops having been withdrawn
fWm Fort Pierre, the miners are no
longer detained till sufficiently large
companies are formed for protection,
but proceed to the hills in small parties,
and thus fall an easy prey to the savages.
General Custer's Remington lirie and a
black horse he used to ride at Lincoln
have boeu captured by some Black Hili
ers from a young warrior killed ou the
rente to the Black Hills.
He'd Suffered Enough.
Capt. Bob Shaftoe concluded to run
for Congress. He bad been in the wars
—he bad fought and bled—and his reo
ord as a soldier was of the very best, i
Of course, having consented to run, he
had to take the stump. Rob could be
eloquent upon occasion, especially when
picturing battles scenes; and lie in
dulged rather freely in this style, for he
knew more-abont war than he did about
politics. His opponent was a politician,
and not a soldier.
One day Bob addressed an assembled
multitude in front of a cross-road
grocery. He told the story of his hard
ships in the field eloquently and touch
ingly. He told how he had* led a forlorn
hope ; how* he had been stricken down
under the very muzzle of the enemy's
battery ; and how he hail lain two nights
and one day suffering where he fell be
fore succor came. And other things be
told ueqally as thrilling.
When he had ooncluded, one of the
sovereigns approached him with sym
patbv in every look.
" flap'n Bob, was all that true yon
told US f"
" True as gospel, my friend."
"And you raiily fit right up to the
mouth of the enemy's cannon i"
" Yes."
"And got knocked over*"
" And oorae nigh dyin—two whole
nights in misery 1"
"Yes, my friend, it ia all true as I
have told you. I was wounded four
tine s after that f"
" Well," said the interrogator, with |
visible emotion. "I'm blamed if yon
haint suffered enough for the country.
I don't see why we should send you out
among them Congress fellows. They're
a hard lot. T'other man is younger
'n yon, and aint of cinch account any
way. I say, let him suffer awhile ; so I
guess I'll vote for him "*
Poisoned by bating Toadstool*.
Mr. Flint, of Louisville, Ky., gather- *
ed what he thought was a fine lot of
mushrooms, and ordered them cooked
for dinner. They were placed ou the
table at dinner, hot and steaming, Mr.
Flint, his sister, and his three children,
two boys and one girl, eating of them,
Mr. Flint and his daughter eating more
heartily than the other members of the :
family. Not long after dinner all five
were taken with violent vomiting and
other signs of poisoning, and a physician
was summoned, when it was ascertained t
that the supposed mushrooms were toad
stools. The proper remedies aud res to
ratives were used, and in an hour or two
all were out of danger. The father anil
daughter, who ate more freely than the
others, were more serionsly affected.
When Men are at their Best.
Dr. Beard states that from an analysis
of the lives of a thousand representative
men in all the great branches of the
human family, be made the discovery
that the golden decade was between
forty and fifty; the brazen Is-Iween
twenty and thirty; the iron between fifty
and sixty. The superiority of youth
and middle life over old age in original
work appear* all the greater when we
consider the fact that all the poeitious of
honor an I prestige —professorships and
pnblic stations— are in the hands of the
old. Reputation, like money and posi
tion, is mainly confined to the old. Men
are not widely known until long after
they have done the work that gave them
their fame. Portraits of great men are
delusions ; statues are lies ! Tbey are
taken when men have become famous,
which, on the average, is at least twenty
five years after they did the work which
gave them their fame. Original work
requires enthusiasm. If all the original
work done by men under forty-five was
annihilated, they would be reduced to
barbarism. Men are at their best at
that time when enthusiasm and experi
ence are almost evenly balanced. This
period, on the average, is from thirty
eight to forty. After this the law "is
that experience increases, but enthusi
asm decreases.
A Painter's Whim.
The house in which Turner, the
painter, lived was so dirty and disorder
ly that it was known as "Turner's
den." He was very untidy, and in this
dwelling his peculiarity had full sway.
The windows were never clowned, and
bad in them breaches patched with
paper; the door was black and blistered;
the iron palisades were rusty for lack
of paint. If a would-be visitor knocked
or rung, it was long before the summons
was replied to by a wizened, meager old
man, who would unfasten the chain suf
ficiently to see who knocked or rung,
and the almost invariable answer was :
" You cau't come in." It was here that
he kept for many years the greater part
of his store of pictures, shrewdly cal
culating upon the time when they should
be worth thousands of pounds.
The Fearful Little Maid.
She eland* within the deleted field,
A little maiden all atone ;
And tMinding down he lakes a flower.
And pluck# Ite one l>y one
" He loves me well ; he does not love" ;
Treuilltng, weeping, now Is she.
" Ah, does ho lote ? or love# he uot ?
1 oennol Uy I 1 date uot see !"
Her tieait ia heating loud and faet.
Her blinding tests aie like a pall
She does uot heer the eeger step,
She doe# not see the shadow fall
The flower is taken from her hand.
Swiftly the petals he removes.
" Ite loves loves not he loves loves
See, darling ' (is the laet he loves!"
Two women, sinters, kept the toll l>er
t a village in Yorkshire. It sUxxl
apart from the village, slid they often
(ell uneasy at night, iwiug lone women.
One day they received a considerable
sum of money, bequeathed thetu by a
relation, and that set the simple souls all
in a flutter.
They had a friend iu the village, the
blacksmith's wife; eo they went ami told
her their fears. She admitted that
theirs was a lonesome place, and she
would uot live there, for oue, without a
man. Her discourse sent them home
downright miserable.
The blacksmith's wife told her bus
band all about it when he came tu for his
•• The fix>ls 1" said he; " how is any-
Ixxly to know they have got brass in the
! house I"
" Well," said the wife, " they made
uo seervt atxmt it to me; you uaed uot
go for to tell it to all liio towu—poor
soul* I"
'• Not 1," said the man; " but they
will publish it, never fear; leave women
folks aloue for uiakiug their own trouble
with their tongues."
There the subject dropped, as man and
wife have things to talk about besides
their neighbors.
The old women at the toll latr, what
with their owu fears and their Job's
comforter, began to shiver with appre
hension as right came ou. However, at
sunset the carrier passed through Un
gate, and at the sight of his friendly
face they brightened up. They told
him their care, and begged him to sleep
in the house that uight. " Why, how
can 1f" said he. "1 am due at ;
but 1 will leave you my dog." The dog
was a powerful mastiff.
The wouieu looked at each other ex
Erwwively. "He won't hort as, will
o!" sighed one of them, t&intly. " Not
he," said the carrier, cheerfully. Then
he called the dog into the house, and
told them to lock the door, and went
away whistl tig.
The women were left contemplating
the dog with that tender interest appre
hension is sure to excite. At first he
seemed staggered at this off baud pro
ceeding of his master; it confused him,
then he snuffed at the door; theu, as
the wheels retreated, he began to see
plainly that he was au abandoned dog;
he delivered a fearful howl and flew at
the door, scratching and barking furi
The old women fled the apartment,
and were next **-eu at an upper window
screaming to the carrier : "Come back !
come back, Johu ! He fx tearing the
house down I"
" Drat the varmint 1" Raul John, ami
iime lck. On the road ho thought
whut was Iwst to tn> done. Tho good
uatnred fellow took hia greatcoat out of
tho cart ami laid it down on tho floor.
Tho mastiff instantly laid himself ou it.
"Now," said John, sternly, "let us have
no more nouscuse; you take charge of
that till I come back, and don't ye let
nobody st*al that there, nor yet t' wives'
brass. There now," saul he kindly to
the women, "I r-hall be Kick this way
breakfast time, and he won't budge tail
" And he won't hurt as, John I"
" Lord, no I Bless your heart, he is
as sensible as any Christian; only. Lord
sake, woman! don't ye go to take the
coat from him, or you'll be wanting a
new gown yourself, and maybe a petti
coat and all."
He retired, &iul tlie old women kept at
a respectful distance fronr their pro tec
tor. lie never molested them; and, in
deed. when they spoke eajohugly to him
he even wagged bis tail in a dubious
way; but still, as they moved at>ont, he
squinted at tlieni oat of his bloodshot
eye in away that checked all des*re on
their part to try on the carrier's coat.
Thus protected, they went to bed earlier
than usual; they did not undress; they
were too much afraid of everything, es
pecialW their protector. The night wore
on, and presently their sharpened sense*
let them know that the dog was getting
rest leas; he snuffed and then he growl
ed, and then he got tip and pattered
aliont, muttering to himself. Straight
way with furniture they barricaded the
door tlmmgh which their protector
must pass to devour them.
But, by aud bye, listening acutely,
they heard a scraping and a grating out
side the window of the room where the
dog was and he continued growling
low. This was enough; they nlippi-dout
at the back door, and left their money
to save their lives; they got into the vil
lage. It wan pitch dork, aud all the
houses black but two; one was the pub
lic house, casting a triangular gleam
across the road a loug way off, and the
other was the blacksmith's house. Here
was a piece of fortuue for the terrified
women. They burst into their friend's
house. "Oh I Jane, the thieves have
come !" and they told her in a few words
all that had happened.
" Nay, Jane, wo heard the scraping
outside tho window. Oh, woman, call
yonr man, and let him go with ns."
** My man—he is not here."
" Where is he then f"
•• I suppose he is where other work
ingwomen's husband's are, at the public
house," she said, rather bitterly, for she
bad her rxjierience.
The old womcu wanted to go to the
public bouse for him ; but the black
smith's wife was .1 courageous woman,
and, Is'sides, she thought it was most
likely a false alarm. " Nnv, nay," said
she, " last time I went in for him there
I got a fine affront. " I'll come with
you," said she. "I'll take the poker,
and we have got our tongues to raise
the town with, 1 suppose." Bo they
marched to the toll-bar. When they
got near it, they saw something that
staggered this heroine. There was ac
tually a man half in and half out of the
window. This brought the blacksmith's
wife to a standstill, and the timid pair
implored her to go back to the village.
" Nay," said see, " what for ! I see but
one—and—hark !" it is my belief that
the dog is holding of him." However,
she thonght it safe t to tie on the same
side with the dog, lest the man might
turn on her. Hhe made her way into
the kitchen, followed by the other two,
and there a sight met bor eyes that
changed all her feelings, both toward
the robber and toward < aeh other. The
great mastiff had pinned a man by the
throat, and was pulling at him. to draw
him through the window, with fierce but
muffled snarls. The man's weight alone
prevented it.
The window was like s picture frame,
and in that frame there glared, with
lolling tongnn and starting eyes, the
white faoe of the village blacksmith,
their conrageons friend's villainons bus
tinnd. Hhe uttered au appalling scream
and flew upon the dog and choked him
with her two hands. Lie held, and
growled, and tore until lie was all but
throttled himself, then he let go and the
man fell. Hut what struck the ground
outside, like a lnmp of lead, was, in
truth, a lump of elny; the man was quite
dead, and fearfully torn aboutthe throat.
So did a comedy end in n appalling
and most piteous tragedy; not that the
scoundrel himself deserved any pity,
but his poor, brave, honest wife, to
whom he had not dared confide the vil
[ lainv he had meditated.
The outlines of this true story were in
several journals. I have put the dis
jointed particulars together as well as I
could. I have tried hard to learn the
j name of the village, and what became
of this poor widow, but have failed
b'therto. Should these lines meet the
( JOI any one who can tell me, I hope
ho will, and without delay.
Tho Fatal I'rtic Fight.
In the following article the f'Arinfirin
■dWaiter is the spokcmuiui for the great
er i>*rt of the nation: At a prise tight,
near Philadelphia, one of the pugilmta
died on the Itcld. Wln-n the master of
coreuHitnca called "tune " there waa one
who did liot respond for the am pie
roaaou that lie had dons with "tune"
and was paining over the aulemu river.
The next scene was that of carrying the
body home to the father. Ami what a
lH>dy it waa ! The fnx> that bud once
Ixveli a nweet child's face, that had cheer
ed the fathi<r and mother, that had eveu
in a humble home la-en the home's
light, lsy now without semblance of the
liuuian forui divine. It had Ix-eu pound
ed into a formic** mans.
Titan that priae tight uothiug could
IH> more liiimihuting it would aeem to
the whole length and breadth of flu
land. The poor little fellow who died
in the contest waa so humble in projx-rly
tiiat when he put lip ten dollars that lie
would wiu he put up all the property he
had in the world. I'lllla he allowed the
condition of a simple idler, of a man
willingly |HH>r. Had he staked what
common a use or uobleueaa he jx-am m
ed, the ahowiug would have been small
er still. To hail HUCII a hero came a
crowd of dcvila from all the purlieus of
vice. These howled around the rope,
and the harder the blown the more el
(luiaitt their delight. The presence of
lluvM- rendered the act-no mote infernal.
11l the duttaut-o appeared a few poller
men representing the United .States aite
(.'hriHtnuiity and the tvuteunial ycard
and having uttered a childish shout, rail,
tiack to a place of safety. This cast a
blush of shamt- over the affair, t.-celling
as it did the weakness of the great re
public m dealing with criminals.
There has btwm uo event for a long
while iu which might be found so many
painful and aickemug particulars. Such
an exhibition could not occur among
savages, for tu those tritx-a blows pa*-
ouly letwt-eu angry eut-tnit-s, not le
twt-eu friends; such a spectacle never
occurred at the old Homau auiphiUn-a
tern, for tlicre tlie pngihvts fought un
der compulsion.
It would at llmt thought netin that a
law ahoulil Is- passed making such sport
punishable iu a most severe manner, and
including iu the jx-iiaitv ail who even
acted an spectators; but thin longing for
a law la only the result of a simple
muulodiiee* that forgets how powerless
our ustion in to enforce what criminal
law it han already placed on its statute
book*. Any one who morkn the utter
woakuena of the State an to swindlers,
thieves, and murderers, will flud hi* d
sire for a stringent law agamnt fighting
very much weakened. The dally press
views a legal remedy as hopeli ->n and iu
the case under uotu-e lias lx-eii compel!
oil t<> find a little nattsfactiou in the fact
that oue of the brutal men died, and m
the wish that the other had done like
A Hi nay to Health.
Let it be remembered that the b> -t
ecokery of the best viands in the world
is comparatively thrown away, in it*
health giving and uouri-dmig qualities,
if the food be swallowed hastily ai d in
lumps. From the ledhetical side of the
question, too, H grave mistake is tln
haetc and imperfect mastication. If t<
eat Lie a necessity, and if the satisfac
tion of this necessity ho pleasant, as na
ture intends it to be; if a sensitive pal
ate la* given us to embrace our pleasure,
and to enable us to enjoy the good* tin
gods provide —why, in the name of ali
that is rational, should there l>e any
thing grosser iu enjoying the tine flavor
of a well cooked di*h than iu enjoying
the scent of a full blown rose, jvartieu
lsrly wheu the former iu some *hs)-e is
a u-ooMuty. while the latb r is merely r.
luxury. Therefore, philo-ophtoaLlr, it
is a grave error and au ungrateful dead
(o swallow well cooked, palatable food
at such a pace as prevents your getting
the full amount of pl< UMIIC out of the
act of eating and which renders you in
different to your cook's skill.
Then- sre *ome who condemn epii tir
ism as something horrible and as likely
to lead to murder, jw-tit larceny ami
other objecti nablo crimes; but they
cft**u confound refinement and ,licriuii
nation in fecdiug with gluttony, and, in
their desire to avoid this and '• t a high
example of indifference to the flesh,
adopt a scornful di-regnrd of what ami
how they ea- ami drink, and, pretend
ing to he above such mundane consid
erations, bring themselves to a chronic
state of lil health, which it take* years
of strict regimen to recover from. No;
yon must finger over the taste <>f your
food as you finger over the swell of a
flower. Nature demands of yon this
c inoossiou to health, and th< t> can In
nothing mors sinful m indulging the
SCIISe of taste 11X4X11 the SCUM* of S'Ul lL
Having swallowed your dinner ir- lump*,
th- usual custom is to cudew- rto coun
teract the discomfort piodticl by wash
ing it down, and rendering it soluble by
huge draughts of flnid. Thi* is merely
ad.hug insult hi the injury you have
doiM your stomnch, and is reM-nted ac
cordingly. Gopiou* draught* are just
as injurious as large, quickly devouml
monttifnls, and drink should L taken
as cuntiou-Uy and slowly as fo<d. Thirst
is really more effectually a- unge-i hy
swallowing slowly u moderate quantity
than by taking a large one at a gulp,
and a little thus goes further than much.
The best check upon immoderate
draughts i§ never to drink out of too
large a tumbler. Taking it iu nnxb-ra
tioD, the fluid assists in dissolving the
solids, iustead of setting tln-m floating,
and sluicing them nil In-fore it, as is in
evitably the case when a so called hearty
draught is taken.
Effect of Tea on the Skin.
If you drop a few drops of strong
ten upon a piece of iron, n kuilo blade,
for liiatanoe, the tnnnate of irou is
formed, which is blnok. If yon mix with
iron flliugs or pulverised iron, yon can
make a fair article of ink. If you mix
it with fresh human blood it forms with
the iron of the blood the tannate of
iron. Take liumnu skin and let it soak
for n time iu strong tea, and it will In
come leather. Now, when we reniemlier
that the liquids which enter the stomach
are rapidly abeorln-d by the veins and
almorbents of the stomach, and enter
into the circulation and ore thrown out
in the system by the skin, respiration
and kidueys, it is probable that a drink
so common as tea, and so abundantly
used, will have so mi effect. Clan it be
possible that tauuiu, introduced with
so much liquid producing perspiration,
will have no effect upon the skill? Look
at the tea drinkers of Russia, the Ohi
nese, and the old women of America,
who have so long continued the habit of
drinking strong tea. Are they not dark
colored and leather skinned f When
young they wrre fair oomplexioned.
How he < hanged hi* Muhjert.
A new minister who arrived in one of
the circuits of Illinois, the other Hun
day, announced HH the subject of his
first discourse: " Woman, her history
aud sphere."
" Eve was ft most beautiful worn fin,"
ho prooeeded, " aud doubtless no tender
and helpful to tier husliand as any of tho
good wive* of to-day."
•' Yes," called out ft grizzly hack
woodsman, gotting up and going oat,
" wo all know how alio helped him 'boat
tho fall work!"
Tho preacher immediately dropjwd
the anbjeot of " woman fttid her aphere,"
bnt being an Englishman, was enabled
to proceed with one much more adapted
to the locality, nnmcly: "Agar in the
What Hum Does.
Among tho prisoners who arc periodi
cally arrested aud brought into a Now
York court is a woman named Cut bun no
Leonard, wboßo passion for whisky is
unappeasable. She frequently appeared
in oonrt with a small, emaei ited baby,
which was destitute of anything that
could be called clothing. Her husband
was sober aud industrious, and was her
exact antipodes. A few days ago she
was arrested on tho usual charge, and
was committed for live days. Hhe was
released, bnt immediately followed her
usual course. While walking through
the street her baby, after a year's sick
ness and ill treatment on her part, died
in her arms, and was thus deliveied from
much prospective tillering.
Inlrreallaa llruia f>aaa Heme n>4 Abrwad.
Tim Democratic Nlata ecnvaiitlon reaaaem
tlixl at Haraloga tu nominate a candidate for
governor, left vacant by llie deellualiou of
Horatio Heymour. l.uolua ltohlnaon. piosptil
controller of llie Hlaie, waa nominal o-l on Uio
Oral ballot, and the nomination waa lboreii|M-n
tuado uiianiuiooa. lion, John Kelly lualalnd
upou lua name being withdrawn from liie sir*
total ticket, that bolior might to euufarred
upou ItoraUo Hoyuiour, which waa doue
l.uolua Uohinaoii, llie candidate of the New
Yolk Democracy for governor, waa born lit OOUlily, in that Htate, IU 1810, arid (Ui
aiMvlug at maturity, puraued tha profession
of law aniveasfully Afler aervlug aa diaillot
alloruey of iua ualive oouuly for a iiuuil-ei of
veara, be waa appointed couitutaalouei o j.'hau
cery of .Now Yolk oily, holding liie • -ftl -e from
1*4.1 to 1846 Mi. ItoUuaon distinguished
hituarlf aa a member of Uie Assembly U> 1859
and 1*73. In I*6l he w a nominated fur Son-
It. tier bv the Ttiloii Democratic-Hepublloan
pally, and waa elected by llie uu|-aralteled
majority of 109,000 He waa tonoiuiualed and
elected for a ar-oond trim lu 1803 by liie llulon
Republican party. In I*os lie waa nominated
ft a third term by llie Democrats, but waa
defeated. lu 1*75 ho waa again elected ooti
troller ou the Democratic ticket.
Nouiuadoua lo Ouugroee New Jaieey, eet
oiul dtalrict, Dr J. Howard l'ugh, Hep.. I'ouu
■ylvauia, twelfth, Heudrtck 11 Wright, lem ,
New Yotk, twenty-aevauth, Kldri.tge t). Lap
bam Hep , Maaaachuaetta, utulh. W. W tUce.
ltep. ,ae veu lli, Itenj T, liultor, Hep... The
tlopuhhcana of Delaware, Ui convention at
Dover, uouiiualod i'rvatdeiiUai eloctoia and
adopted a platform tociUug the claluia of the
doiuluant party for ooultuuauce In jxiwer. and
point wllh pride to the tooent liuloraemenla in
\ cimonl and Matue. demand that all ae-o
lananlaw ahall be abullabed from pubtie
aohoole , declare that the Demucrata are
ai-tuated by jiartv deeiree rather than the true
inlerrats of the ooitutry The Maryland
Dcm.s-raUo ooiivcnUoii to nominate I'reatJeu-
Hal e'eotora aloplod a platform favoring
apt do |>aymenle . ptaialug the last Itouae for
iu efforts toward retrenchment; opjjoaea sec
tarian interference with i uhllc achoola . and
deiuHinoee federal interjstaiUun with eieotiou*
The Nee York jatiioe have tx>eu vigor
ously (aiding llie wrailhy gainhllug aaloona of
late . An insurrectionary movement la
biewli g iu the llasque pro.inco of Hpaiu
The laJand of Meesina, off Italy, has been
shaken by an earthquake, and conaldeiable
damage done to buildings lu tbe town of ltcg
glo. . The llotlandiae government auppioasel
a fair at Amalerdam. whcreuj*'ii tha inhabi
tants became ao notoua as to ueceaallate action
by the military. Hue of the notcra was killed
and fourteen wounded Tie principal
European powers have suggested a caseation
of tho fureo-Xornan war, and liie I'orle jirotn
lira to consider tha situation.... The report
la enrrent In Aleiandrta that tlie war between
I pt and Abyaaluia la to be renewed, the
1 ce negotiations having failed . Yellow
'. ver Is on the luerease in Savannah The
rae I'elrarch won the famous M.
larger r takes over nine cum pell tors, beating
the favorites.
The international rifla match hetwarti the
tcarna of Ireland, Hoo'.iand, t'ana-la, Australia
and liie t'uitod Hta'es was shot a' i Vt-cslm.s-r,
near New Yoik CUT. My the terms of the
match, the lesmr, of eight men rach, were to
shoot at right huudie.l, nine bundled and oue
thousand yards range, the tame lo he repeatvd
each day . the team aeoilug Uie highest aggre
gate for the two days to take the chain-,u nship
trophy At the cuoclustua of liio eight han
died yard shooting, the Americana had scored
550 js,mis out of a p-e*.b> a I hundred . the
.-vvtch an 1 Irish each 535 . the Australians
531 and the Oauadlana 521. At the t tue hnn
dred yard trial the Hootch scored 5J*, tha Irish
and Australian* each 334. tha American* 513.
and llie (anadians 478. Ilia score of (he
one thoueand-yard range ebowed thai the
Hootrh counUd 533, the Irishmen making the
-une. the Aoisn.ana 5c9 Uie Auatral.ana 190,
and the Canadians 493. The total aeuee for
U>o dav stood Scotch, 1.586 , Irtah, 1.52
American, 1,577, AnaUalian. 1 545 Cana
dian 1 49'. The hneal tudlvtdaaJ ehootn g
was by Johveua. of the Irish team, he mak.-.g
fifteen rotteecnUve ball ■ eyes ai eight hun
dred yards, an.! c, uuttng a full a. re ..f sex u
ly-flve At the one thousand-yard rat ge,
Mitchell, of the HcoU-bmen. serartsl seven:y
three . til of a p -aaiUe aevanty-drr With f .ir
!(<•■ hull a-cyaa and an " inner ' The ah -t
--ing at the v.ght hanlrsd-var.l range on the
second .lay i. suite 1 tu llie N and Ann n
ran* thing al 325. the Au-U ana
522 Vlf 1 rial . si' 2. and the Canadiane 4>2 On
the n.tio hundred-yard tang* lyv Amoticvns
did beder aliootmg than the cthsr teams and
scored 515, tua AuatradsM 494 Irish 483.
He tch 44-2 an 1 Uie Canadians 4f>s Tha en
thusiasm in the crowd of visitor* uian.fraud
itself a' en tt waa announced that the Amen
car-* led .llie total score by forty-four point*
over the Scotch who led the Irtah hot four
points who in tnrn led the Australians by
eigl t , i v Canadians being practically col of
the match. 1 lie aborning at tha one lii urat.d
yard rang* waa carried on tinder the most in
tense ei.-itement, (he crowd btiraUng into
cheer* of aj probatlu ■ u ihalr respective
champions mini- "hull*.' Thaw-ore aboard
that tha Iri*h hail mula lb* Ana aoora of MS ,
tho An.i-1 irana SOU, Australian* 601. Kcolcli
4*v. aid tt.o - aiiadiaua t~C . maAiug lb# ag
, raia'.c .la* • ahuoUug Amancana. l.f-41 .
Inali, 1 6ii . a.-olcli. I.4TC. Aualraliaua, 1.617.
t 'ana<ban*. 1 463 Aggregate for tlio lu .lata
American*, S.I'M: Iriah, S. 104, Hoolch and
AuaUallana Uemg al 3.00J . Cauadlana, 2 923
thna giving lb* Americana the champioiiehlp.
wiUi the Iriah airend place. At Ilia one tbou
nand-vard range Air. Milluer, of the Irwh leant
ma,le a full aooreof aevenlv Ave. Willi flfteen
reneecntive hull * eyea an event never equal
ed in match or target practice. The American
nam constated of Ilanrom iiathbona. H A.
Oilderalaeve, John IVxline. W. 11 Karwi 11, 1..
Weber, I L Allen, T. S I>akiu and llenry
The funeral of n (lav. Henry A. Wiee waa
atlendail in liinlimoud, Va., hy au immeneo
aonc >ur*e of |ieoplo of all uatioualinee, aa well
a* military and civic eoctetice ....Advices
from .Natal. South America, tre to the effect
(bt Hie natives are defeating the Hoe re at all
|*itiil*. and that the preei.leut of the Trauavaal
republic liaa bven re.pu*te.l ki ak F.ogland to
acci pt the country a* a province In order that
tho )*<>|iie may he protected ~.. While Ilaniel
Bourne, a diwupa ed belcher, of New Tork
city, waa beatlii In* wile, hi* sister-in-law,
Mrs. Peabonrgh, interfered ta protect the wo
man, when Dante picked up ast ick of wood
and beat Mr*. Bsabonrgh about the head unt-I
*he died. He wa* secured. .Congressional
nomination*: Connecticut, Aral district, Joseph
H. Hawley, Rep.; Tennereee, eighth, J. |\ 0.
Atkins, Dem.; Arat, L. McF*rland, Dcm..
Two maaked men boarded liie cxprccn car on
the Utah Central railroad a few mllra west of
Halt lAke City, and binding the Wells Fargo A
Co.'s messenger, took #15,C00 from the safe
and escaped A man died in a New York
hospital in terrible agocy from hydrophobia,
baring been l-itten by a pet spitz dog a few
weeks previotig Jty a oolliaion on the
I.ohigh road, near White Karen, I'a , three 1
locomotives and fourteen cars were wrecked.
Ttie train hands saved themselves by jnmptng.
The Rhode Island blelohery and dye works
at Providence were destroyed by flre.iuvolriiig
a loan of #IOO,OOO ...,An elevator loaded
with gooda, under the charge of three man, In
a Ht. bonis shoe store, broke and fell four
storie* instantly killing one man and eerionaly
injuring the others ....Terrific hurricanes
here visited many of the West India islands,
doing much damage ... Itoatnn°a " Old Roulh "
church has been aold for #400,000. to be need
as a historical museum The report of the
ootton crop for the year just passed shows
there were 4,<509,233 bales raised in this coun
try, of which 3,252.094 bales were exported,
1,350,503 were used in mannf'c'uriMi in thia
country, of which the North rn mills took
1,211,593 bales and the Southern mills 145.000.
Congteeaional nominations : New York,
twenty-sooond district, Oeo. W Smith, I>em.;
Ohio, sixth, K. B. Hall, Ureenbtck , AMwma,
fourth, James T. Rapier (col ), Rep . Gen.
Terry's command has broken up and *ll the
troops are on their way borne the excep
tion of two rogi ' enls, which will winter at
the mouth of Tongue river
The Turkish government ordered a ten dayi' ,
armistice to talk over tea teis re sting to the |
troubles in her colonies, ... Oeu. Crooksj
command has had an engagement with the i
Indians. A large village wee surprised by 1
Col. Mills, wllh a delai-hmsiit of one hundred
■ml fifty men, uiil entirely destroyed. Ona
ler a l.lttle Nig Horn guidon ru recaptured,
wllh valuable stores of robaa, |*>mea and
plunder It waa a complete Indian dafaal,
uiany braves and squaw* being killed and rap
lurad and I lie balance of Ilia band scattered.
The IriMip* mat wllh considerable lues, a nutu
l>ar being killed or wounded. l.istil. Von
l.anlwlta waa abut In tba knee and auilara an.
pulalioti of tho log. The huugiy and way
worn liov| are to bo supplied wllh food from
the lilac* Hills where a oounoll of war la lo
bo held aa to further u|raUous lieu liber
man will preside at the oontoll . New Vol*
city sent teu physicians, a cargo of ice, and a
cargo of tar acids lo havannah . Henry
Hruith, froiu HI. IAJUIS, arid otto companion
and a pack train, left Vmua for Due Angeloe,
and wandered four days on the Colorado
deeert without water. Hruith opened veins of
hla arm and drank (lie blood, which clotted In
Ida throat He then cut hla windpl| to re
move it and died a few hours after Hla mm
panton reached llie station in the laal stage of
athauntioir Tho equinoctial gale wlikh
ettended along Die Atlantic coaal and fur
some Into the Ulterior waa vary
severo and did muofi damage On the
nineteenth of Hepieuibar the Jews throughout
the world luaugutaltd the New Year, 6637,
with great solemnity ... The typographical
union of 1 hlladelphla has agreed to a reduc
tion of (eu per ceut., lo lake effect on and
after October 'J. 1 hla applies lo book aa wall as
to newspaper work A dispatch from Madrid
says Vi ill,am M Twcod and William Hunt,
who was arraslod with hint, were embarked at
Curuuua for Cuba as prisooers uu the twenty
first of Hop tern be r .. lleef la now aant from
the l ulled Stales to England on the ■ learners
in houses prepared for the purpose and packed
a lib tee. Ibe cattle are slaughter ad ui Jersey
Oily the day tho steamer sails.
The number of grand lodges of Odd fellows
in the I'intol mates, aa abuau by the last re
port, Is furly-clgUt. subordinate lodges. 0 395.
grand ourauiptucuts, thirty -nine , subordinate
encampments 1.754, lodge lUiltaUoua, fib,o43.
lodge member*. 434 ts'J , encampment in em
bora, 87,45*1 . total relief, #1,(198 888 9U ; total
revenur, #4,714,941 70. The report of the
grand secretary shows tba total amount el
l-ended for relief, for the period embracing
the years l*Su to December >l, 1875, to be
#93,273,386 (4. and the total receipts tor the
same time, #Bo,uSs. 9j< 52 The official
returns of the H.ate eleeUou in Mains givs a
total vote of 156,4'~ Connor, 75,710 , Talbot,'
08,251, scattering, 529. ton nor a majority
over Talbot is 15 459 1 hla la the largest vols
ever polled in the Hlsto by about five thou
rand Uu* hundred and twenty lie publican
reprracn tali tee and twenty nine Democrats
are elected (Several bauds of Hloux hare
surrendered at tba mililary stations and tba
Indians say they arc tired of flghUug At
the Hot Hprings, Ya, a young married couple
arrived from Cincinnati, the bus baud suffering
from disease of the heart. After remalutug
two days the husband died suddenly Hla l-ecame a maniac ou the spot Neither
husband nor wife wore mure than twenty two
years of age The ■'earner Canadian, from
Montreal for England, grounded on the coast
of Ireland and is a total iuas. No hies were
lost ...During the late gale many vessels
a PI E wrecked ON lbs Atlantic and gulf coasts
Au Upturn Eater Reformed.
Mr. Peter llanta, a ship joiner, fifty
one years of age, living in lirooklyn, N.
Y., received a compound fracture of the
leg July Sd, lst'-O. The leg is au inch
and a quarter short. The day of the
injury he took one ounce of elixir of
opium to stop the intense pam. He
gradually increased the dose Uil he took
three ounces a day. After the leg wan
will he continued it for alarat three
years and a half, wheu be commenced
taking sulphate of morphine, twenty
six grains a hundred and eighty
grains a week, or six hundred grains a
month. Has taken twenty grain* at a
duac, and frequently '*.<* a day.
Eight year* ngo heatn-n., to reform,
and stopjv-.l it* use, which made him so
delirious tKit hi* physicians and friends
feared he would die if he continued to
do without it lie then renewed the
habit, with occasional seasons of partial
reformation, which were uniformly fob
lowed by great distres*, delirium, and
such dung- r~iu indications thst In- soon
relsjiweii into his old bahit When the
*l* rial religious arrviOMl Were held st
the Hippodrome, in New Y'ork, la*i
March, be attend- d, and went into the
inquiry room, where he was urged to
diavinliblK the habit and bcoom*- a
Christian. Was made the subject of
prayer, and gnat w hcimde was mans
fi*l-<l in hi" Iw-half by Mr. Moody and
others. Du the thirteenth of March he
tuck the last doer, and was taken to a
place away from his family, where he
could 1* properly cared for, and men
by thew who hail become so deeply iu
l< r ud in his welfare. From M-- id.iy.
the thirteenth, till Wednesday, he was
comfortable, the following three days
he wa* dchrions, me re or less, and fell
faint at times, then clully, and had other
symptoms indicating nervous prostra
Don. After that he unproved, and went
home m three weeks. He ha* gained
in tWh sud strength, and has improved
in every respect. During sixteen yi-ars
he lias spent #2,800 for opium. He ha*
now lived without it nearly six months,
and lis* no deaire to take it again : and
wishes it to be known that be believes
he*has Iwn saved through the agency
of divine grace. The case illlnstratcs
the toh-ran<w which the system may ac
qnire for this drug. One grain of mor
phine is equal to eight grama of opium.
Twenty five drops of eliiir of opium is
equal to one grain of opium. Four
grains of opium has produced death.
It is remarkable, and worthy of notice,
as it may induce those who are addicted
to the habit to reform.
A Soldier of Fortune.
A Hootch soldier" of fortune, Henry
lalop Mclvar, a native of Edinburgh,
is serviug with the Servians. He has
fought in four continents in twi uty
years, almost always ou the side of the
smallest omnia*rw. He volunteered dur
ing the Indian mutiny and gained a
medal; fought under (laribal li in lH, r >9,
under Lee in 1861, for the Mexicans at
the close of the civil war, with a little
Italian skirmishing in T xas; served in
t'ue Argentine republic, where he became
a oolouel; was in the Crtan rebellion;
served iu Oreeei' i,gainst the brigands;
got captured while filibustering in Cuba,
but escaped; went to Egypt where he
had a cavalry command; came back to
fight tinder Faidhcrlx* against the Ger
mans. and next turned up iu Parts as a
Communard; last of all, went to the
Heixegovina as correspondent for the
//our, aud .volunteered as a leader of
Hi-rvian irregular*.
A Noted ('amity.
Israel Washburn, who died in Liver
more, Me., in tho r i- <-tr second v. a* of
his age, was born in Uayubam, Mass..
November 18. 17K1. In 1812 bo mar
ried Martha R njaaiin, of Livermore,
eleven children being born --I the union.
Of these the following nine still sur
vive: Ex-Governor Washburn, oi Poit
land; Minister Washburn, of Pans;
Cadwalader C. Washburn, ex governor
of Wisconsin; Charles Waslitiurn, late
minister to Paraguay; William I).
Washburn, of Minnesota; Algernon 8.
Washburn, of Hallowed ; Captain Bam
nel B. Washburn, of Livermore; Mrs.
Mattim Htephenaon, of Galena, and
Mrs. Caroline A. Holmes, of Minne
Preaenee of Mind.
At a fire in a provincial town the
goods in the burning sh< p ha t to be
cost into the street, and as a matter of
course, the night being dark, the arti
cles were disappearing rapidly. A police
man, obaerviug a mati iu the act of pick
iug up a fine ch-e-e, mad- his way
through the crowd aud stationed him
self behind so as to prevent any esca)>e.
The man rose with the cheese in his
hands and was preparing to decamp, hnt
on beholding the policeman be suddenly
changed his mind, and placed the
cheese in the polioemau'a arms, remark
ing, as did so : " Tb re, you bar! better
take care of that, or some one will be
walking off with it."
It was the wife of a ragged bummer
who said, at midnight : " It is never too
late to mend."
They Are Hlant*.
Thorn in now on exhibition perhaps
tho moat remarkable oouple in the
world—a innii and woman who *re
giants in xUturc. They *rn Mr. *nd
Sirs. M. V. IUUWI, whoso homo M now
Hi .Seville, Medina county, Ohio. 'l'hey
arc i mil seven Iot oleven *ml ouo ha. I
tncln s iii height, tho husbkud weighing
47N pound*, while tho wife weiglur <l3
pound*. Tim common nixed visitor,
when placed I ctwoen them, feel* very
much aw Otillivnr muat iiavn full when
he fell among tho giatita.
Mr., or ('apt. JiaDva, an he la a*llod, U
tluely proportioned man, of ruddy,
he*)thy looking complexion, ntralgbt
and military looking in hi* regimental*.
His imiuonao aUturo is not o iiotioe
able * that of his wife, who Deems *1
nioat awkward somohow on nooouiit of
hor length, she being actually taller for
* woman than bo la for a mail. They
are evidently people who, if uot so won
derfuily tail, would im considered com
They *ro intelligent, however, and
the lady especially feels the awk warduen*
of her poaiti m as the object of the
ourioaity and open mouthed wonder of
the multitude. In an interesting oou
voraatiou with our reporter, aha showed
• >|M>nly her dislike of the life *he is load
ing, and her lodging to return to her
home in Ohio. Their home, by the
way, wan one built and furnished
especially for them. The ceilings are
twelve and one half feet high, and no
doorway la less than eight and oue half
feet high. Ol course they Hud the hotel
accommodation* unsuitable to them
wherever they go. aa the doorwaya are
so low and the beds so short.
Ouo of tiic etraupnat facta alvout tbnir
iuntory 18 that they were the children of
(vumuiou peooie. Mm. itwice' father
was otily five lout four 1 lichee iu height,
while her mother waa orly a oomrnou
nixed wuoiau. Her brothers ami aistera
aro of uo remark*)de height. Capt.
iiaitvn' father waa nix feet two iuchra lb
height—a tall man, hut a dwarf, oum
pared with bin aou. liaU-n u uow
tweuty tiiue year* of age. He in au*
live of Letcher oouuly, Keutucky. Lite
wif is a Nova SooUaii, tweuty nevou
t earn of age. They were married iu
Loudou, Etigiaud, while traveling iu
that oouutry ou exliibitiou.
MUM by < auuibaJa.
Tan schooner Dancing Wavo trrired
at Sydney, Australia, (ruin the Solomon
group, July 4, with the news of a mas
Hx-rr that had been jH-rjK-trated by the
South m-a natives, Capt. llarrMou and
all hands. excepting ous, on board the
Dancing Wave, having been murdered.
On the twenty third of April last tbr
Dancing Wave called at Fiort.ia inland to
obtain native labor for Homeraet. Na
Uvea were engaged and brought on
board, and there were alao others who
had received tomahawks and other arti
clew from the captain in barter. With
out warning, the natives ruse upon the
crew, attacking them with tomahawks.
Capt. Harrison wan almost instantly
killed, together with some of hi* crew,
while the chief officer and steward, after
being wounded, reached the cabin, where
they shot themselves. A seaman naiued
ltroad (or Hoard) jumped overboard and
got to riayau, forty miles off, in a boat,
wheu the vessel was recovered by the
crew of the liark Sydney, and it was thcL
found that the natives had plundered
her. It is said that the natives took two
heads and one body ashore, broad, he
fore oscaping. shot neveral of his assail
ants, and several natives from another
island, engaged on txiard, were also
Btibaequcnt to the receipt of this iu
telligence Commodore H-whins received
a communication from Gouaul Layard,
at N ouniott, dated June 17, to the effect
that he had just heard from Cant. Liud,
owner of the Laura Land, that he fell in
with the Ib-v. Mr. lnglia, in the mission
ary vessel Dayspring, who report ! that
au Kugliali vessel from Q.i _ aiu had
run ashore at Tanua, at a place called
Vagoos; that the crew tired at the ra
tires, who attacked them iu turn, burned
the vrawl, then killod and ale the crew,
t apt. Liud had liwu iu Port ItaeulnUuu,
and he says that all the natives win
came in agreed as to the destruction of
the veaaei and her crew.
Tbe Eastern Wir
15'Uj the Turks an J the Servians, save
the Now York Sun, have- displayed lm
mouse vigor, during the pr m nt war, ii.
kit pine tif-wajtajwr oorretx>{uitit- away
from their armies Both aidea liave
fi.led tbi- worl<l with contradictory false
hoods, through tbetr official r.-jHirta,
about the oiwratiotiaand KUC'.WMU! their
troops in the field. These it porta kdl
out m>m Constanliuoplc mid Belgrade
have become the laughing ai.k of man
kind. Though marked with the official
nlsrup in both they an- universal
ly discredited. If they Had grren feeili
tiei to impartial oormqxuideut*, instead
of excluding them from their lines, we
should tiavc the truth about the progress
of the war, which thus far we have been
unable to obtain.
So DM.
Dobbe (who is s jolly old bachelor!
and s bright voting lady acquaintance
were liantering each other about mar
riage. "Oh," wud she, "you'll get
married ouo of these days, I know ; and
you'd have mn now if i would wait for
you." "You'd have to wait until mj
M xnnl childhood, then," said Dobba.
" Well, I shouldn't have lonfc to wait,"
was the quick repartee from the lady.
At our reqnet Oagin -i 00., of Phil
adelphia, Pit., have promised to send
any of our readers, gratis (on receipt of
fifteen cents to ]>ay postage, j a sample
of Dobbins' Electric boap to try. Send
at once. •
Chapped hands, fat*, ptmplea, ring
worm. aaltrbenin, sml oilier cntansom. i3c
lion* cured, and rough akin mate sof! and
smooth, by using Jrxirra Tax Hoar. <W -are
fill to gel only that mailt by Caswell, Haaard A
Is'.. New York, as there are manv imitations
mule with common tar. all of whicfi are worth-
Usra.— Oom.
*' A Prop ol Joy in Every Word."
Fi SMINOTO.V Hunterdon Co.. N J,.June 2C, '74.
Dr. 11 V. I'ieroe. Huflalo. N. X. i /Vor Sir-
It ia with a happy hnari that I pen three tinse
to acknow!dgr that you and your Uolden
Medical Discovery and Purgative Pellets "art
bleesings tu the world. There msdnii rt can
not bs to highly praised, fur they he*e al
most brought me out of lbs para. Thrss
months ago 1 was broken oniwith large ulosrs
and sores On m* l--lj. limbs and f see. I pro
eured jour (ioideu Medical Discovery and
Purgative Pellet*, and have taken six buttle*,
and to-day 1 am tu good health, all tioee ngly
aloera having healed and left my skin m a
na'nral, healthy condition 1 thotlght si oi s
time i c mid not be rated Although I can
but poorly i lines my gratitude to ran, ?•
tliere I- s drop of )oy. in every word 1 ante,
(tod a bltes n- reel on von ami your wonderful
me.i iiirs is the humble prayer of
luirs truly, JAMKS 0.
When a medicine will promptly cure such
tenth** . thvg ulcers and frwe the blood of
the vniileiit poisons causing them, who can
longer donbl its wonderful virtues ? Dr.
Pieion, however, does not wish to place hi*
On!.leu-Medical Discovery in the catalogue of
quack pstant uowtrums by reo mtnen.ii, g It to
.ure every disease, nur U.-e* he so recommeud
it, bat what he does claim is this, thri there
t* hot one fotm of blood disease that it a-.I i ot
cur*, ami that disease I* cancer. He o.iee
not recommeud his Discovery for that disease,
yet ha knows it to be the moet searching blood
cleanser yet discovered, aud that it will free
the biood and system of alt knowu blood poi
sons, be they animal, vegetable or miueial.
The Golden Medical Discovery Is warranted by
him to curs the worst form* of skin diseases,
as all forma of blotohea, pimples and wop
muni, also all glandular swellings, snd the
worst form of scrofulous and ulcerated sores
' nock, legs or other parts, and all sorofokma
di*assa of the bones, as white swellings, fever
*,-'<-. hip Joint aud spinal diseases, all of
wbicb belcug to ecrofuloue diseases. *
The fame of Gucxtt's Sci.rHcn Soar
as a r.-medy for eruptions, scree, burns, pim, b'otcties and rheumatic and goaty pains
has spread far and w:de. Physician* noom it and the demand for it coos tartly tn
crea-es. Depot, Cnttei ton s, No. 7 Hixtb
a venue, New York.
C-uai ge giav hair to black or brown with
BUtt H*n Dys. *
Farmers and stock raisers have Ire
quenily told us that they have seen very good
results' from giving Slur uhi n't Cavalry Con
dition J'inodti i to ouws and swine before and
afur they drop tlieir young. The powders
put them in g i.d condition, and give them
strength to c*ru aud provide for the suck
ling-. , •
F oRTrKKfI roB Aiih.—Agents wan tad.
Address bullion Mining Oo ,176Broadway,N F.
Krmey no*, tt Hmn, foals thk nac lastly of
soma raatoratl** of the Til*] .towwn, doproaood
by mental oc bodily exhaustion In snob oon
diltona, lot #OOI7 uoo, Inatood of flying to tbo
olontmll i or medicinal atlmnlonta, wbloh moot
bo foiloond by doproootnn • >|Ool to tbotr n
mteuitn.t, ioii.iK<>i>to bta doiongod toaion by
Wig na.uiai tonic (laments of tbo I'oinrlon
rtyrup. H Id by oil druggist* "
Wo have oftnn wondered whether
there M o parson In tho country bo dooa not
know ond o|>prootoU Uio rain of Johnmtn't
Atn>tynr I.mitnrnl oa o fnmiiy uodlotno / It
lo adapted to moat oil |>iirp sag, ond la Uio
boot |iotn dootroyor that cm lo uood. *
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bu. \ high chaei Nin*a. thin laoa Hia wlfa la Kngllah
by birtu. ta a low el tad woman, baa k lama I tap, gray
balr aad dark ayaa, tail bate an years eg taking my
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IT RE-PROOF MEW ROOFS Irreuiknre, taab rtaa aad daaUlaga a.y .tolaby
Maare ait i laitibre tat a are. ataagur Aal Saafat babbr
Haakaa turn bat abaat W/ tt- p-haa at iaabtagt.Bg
Far Pmata btattt barest .ad batidiaaa at ati dtaarlli
• autre n b tar tajrertar to •> re barreH-kag la tba ret r d
a*aaiaaat. dataai.y*. a gta-graad a-ul IM at am mi
•rea -kard lAt M N.T-r trl.rtltl I -tl.
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Maw York tlkta Rooftng C-. Limited.
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aalf gtaglarag. rtagklre faaa
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Patton's America Pespie!
Tba Eraaa aalb It lSa baal" -S. I* abara flam "''ab.
taaatai >1 rants - haaa aa tbaaoa : I llbi gagat. Ittaa-
Übibsaa. tkwngbs. Maga. Chare*. k*c mm tare.
A 's Mtai r.|-t.tu ana ol Maw real Are Hall,
uaaiaaatal Hiy Stan a. ylaaa bo talam litre s.
CA S V ans bite aaaksd aa lAbarai tanb*
J. B. rtIBII * I js Ma Varfe akd tXlfkn.
■ —TrfTJIBIT-iTI t Tba Meal Traaa adbcat
dftre"—: ■. T Matal Sgrtoga area sat aas i
flft StOo/ C . B• baotbtg akaba at tares
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Uka col lit for both 4daa P*i Maai by wab. g<a*
gad. aa inatlpl at pnaa It B -Ha Hare sreit tret
asat-t JAreMtre iba. aa* mf tAtat /re rebtr* -sretrett I
rlataa bra ate* IbraaUta trre POMEEOV TRCSt
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Hsu Tata, la rare raadr 11 la Iba rlraaal la tal I '
and Ulaaitailaaa aaaa tar a breig Hat Aaratbtl
•trek at d. aaaiag atoac ab aoare dail k"jk I Oa for Ibia
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North of Ireland
and Scotland.
State Line Steamers
Belfast and Glasgow.
Km aad Iktißi s*•■■■" witat ssmi ad mem
b. w—re.
Itrear* Ebearal .n Tiabavt a '.aatakbt msaa.
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tba l.aagk Abd Uar. bll Olaaabba. ObUbasw aud i ar
sarobt AEactiooa. Pltaa.>aat bad Agss*. aad tj
I II aitalbg <c at lapare biresd. bb->. i hroola Ebra
—"— and >'aralg't AAaoUona Praa trow Aire t,
guiotna. and ail Wlbrttm drag*.
Wa. iba aod.rabtnad PbyMidaaa, ba*a tasoan twli. 'i
Oram Mt-a .labs Ratsorabw Mao. tia Brat tnuodac-i a
MS Iba public, yaan ataca-bava oaad ll ta oat pcacti a
aad lawUic baaa haaa ay aitoaww. aa w*. ol i }
aftcacy lolh.cor.ol Ihoa.daaaa-a which Isafora k d
baffiad rawadskl bgaarlat. bad da haratw hare wiUi
laMtaauy to .11 thai la al-lwat for It tbroogh cortlil
cat at or gtworal adreu-Uoawbnia i
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Whobaolo Waotara Agaau.
15 bba 11 Kbbtlalpo Hi reel, Iblcstge. I t. "
A Pooltivb Victory over RUeumatiun
•nil Neurolicin, Hondnche, Burn*.
Brniseii Eto.
ruuor AM TO .Nhl U ALU IA.
CkbMk July L IICS-H Unaitci.lall ralrerad the
pinaytm of gala; rt.rel are auaaat iisaiaulaLereaa
itao. L Ltamooa.Uf blalc Biratt.
rhicAfo, Jon S, IHT6 •—1 HUM ImiioiUlo mltot
Mr*. M. 5. KekDul.i*. 4bH Itomua
i ihcinonU, Me It, 15A5. —Kupwoa I* BAt wooln
l4 ln>eCj t lO wy out.wa. lot lUeuUi.lalli Rtod 04ttr-
KIB kssB.-iSwt laßPfr. Pfvp URbOF JT'-ffAkAAf
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aiEditu aad pwoißhwii rwlißi. —uto. A omitu.
dam Mrrel Railroad. .
I aloagc J oil IS. LKt -My *l(a haa oaad It for naorsl
gla lathe haad wtui |>.rUaily a.Ualactory faamiia-
J ansa. F. Btaraok, Vl rerk BuaaL . .
47 .*-! Hull - tatUbtod to
yon and year hoot-on for my core of oaaralgla.-L.uii
W. Draar. 1A h Third Mtt^
Chicago, Jair t, tWt-Oo appHc aioa ca*od Jbe
pm!w \ 0 omr,mo, ana It b*B uvt tiuom UJiibißd bm. M B.
°ow<go. Jaly 1.
weakt. two ttajt' uaa nabld A
walk lao or ihnw blooka.—Fall* Vrgb, IW w MadL u
"r-T*: July 10, Iff -Too dayi' mwof Kupaoo bai
W miMiW ohtx wlthoai aid. woWL I not haaa aula lo do lor all mooiha OafiMa.—W. g.
iwonlf-teur re^
M. Ooi. 1M LaSaila oireat. / ,
For laUur* la tali, iac oirouian la band* of Wbtt : J
AgaaU. For la Dy aUDruggirea.
Waolaaale Wa.o.n Aganti,
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