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CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1872. ; , ;
NEW SERIES-VOL. 13, NO. 40.
THE ; REPUBLICAN.
1 - I Tho grout want of overy ogo It moo.
iGod, tlirongh nnluro. supplici all else;
UnJho supplies men, too, if thoy do
Palml Link Motion. Almort nolarle.. machina.
Don't fail to rxaniina tt befora purchaa-
!.!.. Ing ol. . where. . -..
II. BRIDGE, MKKtll AST TAIUIH,
I CI.KA11F1ELD, PA, i
Afnt for CloarHeld county. t
H.I.IAM a. wiitacm. rtima.
WALLACE , FIELDING,
i . ATTORNEYS-AT- LAW,
Clearfield, Pa. '
, strUtral ba.lnwa of all klndi atuadrd to
....um and Mailt. OBo In r.i.l a.
Williaia A. Wallaoa.
G. R. BARRETT,
ATTORNIY AND COUXHELOR AT IiAW,
s . "i ffinvivrn. PA.
BaTtaf rilrod hi. Jnituwliip, kaa rMamed
praeti ft law la hi. ld at Clear,
dd Ha- Will attend the eonrte of Jcffenon aad
Ik oonntiea ipeeiailj utained in eonneotlon
ith reaident eonnaoi. .
T. H. MURRAY,
ATrOUNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
i. n .iu.ni!a (on to all lal bulneal
atraated te kia oar ia ClearSeld and adjoining
utiae. OHoe ob Market it., oppo.lt Naugle a
twelr Ston, Clarlild, Pa. til
7 A. W. WALTERS,
4 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
It' ' . Clearfield, Pa,
-ksauOfloa la tha Court Ilonaa. dooS-ljr
H. W. SMITH,
3 A T T O RN E Y-AT-L A W ,
Jaitim of tba Poaoa, Snrrryor and Conreraneer,
All IiukIiioi Intru.ted lo bitn will be prompl
attcu.lcil to. Pcrioni wi.hing to f mloy a nur
reyor will An well to give blin a call, a he Batter.
h,in.elf that he onn re n.ler aatlifection. Dc.l. of
oonveyance, article, of agreement, and all legal
p j pari, promim hum bbhhj 7
JAMES 0. BARRETT,
Ju.tlc of tha Peaea and Licenaed Conveyancer,
Lutlieraburir, Clearfield Co., Pa.
Mr.iiiiuia A wraittanera arompIlT made.
and all kind of legal in.tramenU wtd on
ahort notice. ayd.rotf
DAVID REAMS, -
SCRIVENER 4 SURVEYOR,
THE rubacrlbcr ofleri hi. aerrtcei to in pnoiw
' in tha oapaclty of Sorivencr and Surveyor.
All for .urveying promptly attended to, and
the making of draft., deed, and other legal in.tra
menU of writing, ieated without doly, and
warranted to b oorrect or Bo charge. olJtfO
J. A. BLATTENBEEQER,
Claim and Collection Office,
OSCEOLA, ClearOcld Co., Pa.
gafnnnovanelnf and all lr.nl paper, drawn
itkacearao and di.paich. Diafu oa aad pM
WVibta wns tiB (tarrlnn of Edan Lo
The " BLEES 1" , cated?
About tliroo year ago o diacourao
of Sir Honry Rawlinson, befor the
Royal Society of London, on tiio auo
of tlio Garden ol Eden, was extensive-
Iv noticed.. Tliat distinguiahed Aa-
yrittn explorer asserted that he bad
deciphered the word "Eden" in some
.Mt,.4 Mr Local Agent, wanted ia .very Iowa l the of tbo hyoroglypllica Or insoilptionl OB
"'iLSri einnty, lo whom liberal terma will U giraa. . tn, f Vinnriih, anrl that It wa
Cluarlield, l'a., cb. 7, lJ2-u. , a name giren ill uuuj iuh , ii.iv..v
TiTnATr?T'Anr,A r8ed lhal tl,e lo8t namcd anoionl
TOdALLU AnU L1UAI15 I ,t hBd ,)0cn buil. on ,ho B1)0t wheM
Adam and Eve rosidod in tlicir Inno-
Iccnco. Tins conclusion iiae noi ooun
gcncrully received, notwithstanding
the liieh reputalion of ila author, i It
is a matter of controversy whether the
sacrod narrative Is lo be understoofl
literally ar allonorically. The Rov,
W, A. Scott of Son i rancisco, in an
interesting paper just published, adopts
the strictly liloral senso. His aru
um tiokiU lo and frum nj poml In byopt
F. K. ARNOLD &
lullierabiirar, Clearfield county. Pa.
u tmneil at naaonabla rateai axehang
bought and ioldi depo.ita reoclvod, and a gen
nrl banking builne, will ba arril on at the
' ATTORNKY AT LAW.
See on Second St, Clearleld, Pa. aoTl,S6
tt v A TTOB N K Y AT LAW,
n Clearfield, Pa.
afOSn la tha Ooort Doai.
. Juatioa of the P.aoe and Scrlrcaer,
Curwenavllle, Pa. 1
auCollectloni made and money prnmpiij
paid oyer. ,
& W. D
tto"''tT Real Estate, Square Timber, Logs
I JOHN H. FULFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a lrfleld. Pa.
m Market St.. aer jMph Skewer' ... .L1.BT ansnr at.atRT.
i Oroe.ry ttera. w A IRE RT & BHUS.,
I One in aw Ceraar Htnra builillng. .
BOYlJ'71 uurweniTiiie, r.
- ' m w'rn.l.nt'n n. I linnfartaren evrui's -
P. J. MoCULLOUQH h BROTHER, Sawed Lumber, uww;
ITIlllfiRTn Ja I IjA II . . . ......
. i . , tt.1,1 nut. ffUa.fi an ibort oouo
' r'm-l I. Tn.t ilriL neakrW ODDOi)lt tilt
'tw of Dr. R. V. Wilson. W hv In our of-
. . t niaaauank A Bpo'l Uffffllt Aft ftd OUT-
r proof t-vie. f" th protMtioo of booki, irAt,
A. OUiS THJlaVUifJ w v--
A H..nnnkla inrml.
Addre.. Woodland P. 0., Ocri ld Co., Pa.
JotJ-ly . """""
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL,
At tU New Tobaoeo and Cigar Store of . .
Between Shaw llouw Man.lon noo.e,Cleareld.
Con.tantly on band a Una amortmcnt of Nary,
Congrow, Cnrandiah, Cable, Ppnnroii,
Ulchigaa and Century Fine-ent
Chewing Tobacco, e.
. .. . .1 i. .n m.
Alio, a larg. and well teleeted flock or imported menis are, puriinpn, no "'"n " "-
and DomeatlcCigara, Smoking Tobacco., I bodiuiODt 01 reasoning on boliail 01 Hie
Mcerachauia and Briar Pipe.,, lii.rnl Internrctation of Siriuture 86
m ... . rv . I 1
Be., Cigar lloiuera, ... .TarBing gr..,,, ,
a J I . Himltilaajl iTlVtkrainil 1 v ,.....- -
IVUVU IU w.w.. . vft-.-. - -a) I ,
Tobacco Stora. tho name OI B country, wnerein every
. I . . ,o 1 e 4...l
-R.membr th placet Market .treet, be- tiling noCUIUI lor a man wu. iiiuuui-uu,
Iwera Shaw Iluuia and M amino Houie, Clear- ftn J (.hat this name was dcsuriptivo Ol
Lime for Sale 1
III undrralgned, realillng e.r the depot ha.
oiniilet arrangemenia who 1.11m
Burner. ea.t of the mountain, wbnreby Be 1. ena-
A made complete arrangemeuta
ll.nava ...1 of lb. moinLuQ. whnre
bled to keep conatantly on hand . large quantity at
which he offer, to farmer, and builder, at a trite
above co.t. Thoae I. need of the article would do
well to give me a call, ar addreM ma by Liter, na
ture negotiating weir lima.
il r. , i. v. I aaAvttn
Clcarneld, Pa., June t, IBOil.
it, signifying "a land of ploiistiro."
Tho second id that the Garden (or as
tho Greeks called U "Paradise," was
not Eden Itself, but only a portion of
it. And thirdly, that this garden was
eastward of tho writer's location j all
of which appears to be clear, from the
text, "And the Lord God planted
t?arden. eastward in Edon." Tho au
thor of the narrativo, standing in Sy
ria, would look eastward when bo
rFERRA COTTA STANDING VASES, turned in the direction of Mesopota
UANTING VASES mia, whioh was tho name given to the
I country lying between the rivers Eu
uhralus and ' Tigris and that this
kept eon.ta.tly on band. was the probable sito of the cradlo ol
tha human raoe ia confirmed by what
ST0.E AXD EARTHEN - WARE follows! "And a river wont out of (the
country of; Eden to wator the Uardon
of Turadise and Irom thenoe a was
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
CROCKS! POTS! CR0CKS1
- JOHN L. CUTTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
lid Real Eatate An.-, .rlleld. Pa,
:Ur3 Fo7.h, a cheap a. ....where in tb. county.
iA. 1. CUarAeld and adleloiBg FreBonvme, jun. mi, w.-j.
Cnnrhvllle. Clearfield Contity, Pa
e... n.tantlT oo hand a full aaaortment ol
Dry Uood., Hardware, ftrooerie., aiid everything
aaually kept in a retail .tore, whioli will be .old,
Patent Airtight Hell
Km It Canal
tilTTTPR CRdCKH. with lid..
CREAM CHOCKS, MILK CHOCKS,
APPLE- BUTTER CHOCKS,
' ' ' iti-KLE I'llOCKS.
FLOWER POTS. 1'1 DlHUfcS,
And a great many other thing, too aumorou. to
uieniiou, iu ii. u.
STONE - WARE TOTTISUY,
P.... nt Cherrr and Third Street.
Cl.KAKFlKLD, PA. angl
hiaaiper .BeaoioT.riw.niT ,, . . . c u CORCEE.
ra a a mrrayor, Batura aim.en mai Bu inviTir-.w ... . 1
ader eatlafaotloa. .'' "
GKAII AMTON, Pa.
Alio, extenaire manofaotorer and d.aler In Snuare
Timber and naweo i,ameroi ,.-
MT Order, .oliclted and .11 nine pi,,,.,
LAGER BEER RREWKU,
ar-rivrKn ranted Mr. Entre' llrewery ne
IX hopea by .triet .'.tentloo to liu.iucM and
k. ...r..lr. nf a aunerior article of BELR
to receive the patronage af all tha old and many
new euatomera. -iiagi.
ATlORNtlf - Al -lift", t. . -n n -. 1 T T T? r V
v. ......- ri..r.ld Countv. Penn'a. rllUiUuliAi 11 unuuui..,
- REAL ESTATE BROKER,
r . .,. t PSAL.B ,.,,,.
;aw Iogs and Iaimbcr,
CLEARFIELD, PA. "
iu. I. Ifuoala Buildint. Room No. 1. 1:2-:71
J. J. LINGLE,
tTTORNEY - AT - LA W,
II ' Oereola, Clearfield Co Pa. . FT0
F. B1GLER & CO. 1 ,
ban for ..1. , ,
CARRIAGE & WAGON WOODS,
SHAFTS ANDrOI.ES, '
I1URS, SPOKES, FELLOES, &o.
Carrlag. a.d Wago. Mak.ri ahoald mak. a 1 f,bat thoy depufted and became four
ei.oiioi. aa. ran auu .... ,. ,. c,,. ,1... i , .1. of 1'ar.
adiHe wak that nortion of Armenia in
A NOlOriOUS FdCll which those sources are found. Dr.
Til KUB are more people troubled with Lung gcott advances thrco ohjOCtlOHS to the
Di.eaee. in thi. town thanany olherplaoe a " .
it. all. In the State. One of the gral eauie. of theory that tho faCO Ol tllO fjlirdOU 01
th .i..then..oi .. in-p..r..n.. .. ''''T Kden was so chnnged by tho Flood as
sifted wilb sulphttr. Aow, wliy ntt tow U I ...
AI1 Ugal buiineii promptly ttDdc(J (p.
... D. L. KREBS,
Suaoeaanr to H. B. Swoopa,
Law and Collection Office,
U1.17; CLEARFIELD, PA.
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa,
-CR0M0S MADE A SPECIALTY.
TEQATIVE8 made la aloudy at well a. in
1 clear weather. Constantly en hand a good
I ' 1 . . .... ..(I'll L' 1, L,,lU,lllll.'H ..J
aaaortineni Ol rivA.,ir.r,, d.iuwuw. -
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS. Frame., from any
tyle of moulding, made to order. apr u
kaH. Orris. 0. T. Aleiander.
.RyiS A ALEXANDER,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
. Helletonte, Pa. eplS,'6i-y
J. 8. BARNHART,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
BARBER 4 HAIR DRESSER,
1 SECOND STREET, .
IjMl CLEAHFIEI.il, PA. in
11 practice i. c".ar.!d .'nd an of th. Co.rta of House and Sign Painter and Paper
I JMh Judicial diitrict. Real aetata ba.ineaa Hano-ar.
i olleclion of claim, made .peolaitlea.
DR. T. J. BOYER,
YSiCIAN AND 3DR0E0N,
1 ' OBo. on Market Street, Clearfield, Pa.
F-OHSo. hour.: I to U a. m., and 1 to 8 p. l
"VU. E. M. SOHEURER,
, HOMWOPATHIO PHYSICIAN,
'' ' OBe. 1. Maao.l. Building,
April J4, 1S7J. ClaarSald, P..
v Will execute Job. In hi. Iln. promptly and
In a workmanlike manner. .r,.,i
HENRY RIBLI NG,
HOUSE, BION A ORNAMENTAL FAIMLB
The freacolnf and painting of churches and
other public bnildinga will receive particular
attention, a. wen a. me peinung 01 jBamagea an
alrlgka. Illlding done In the neiHral .tyle.. All
work warranted. Shop on Fourth street, formerly
occupied by Eacjulr. bhugart. oetIV 7V
G. H. HALL,
PRACTICAL PUMP MAKER,
NEAR CLEARFIELD, PENN'A.
MT-Tump, nlway. on hand and made lo order
on abort nonce, ripe, oorea on rea.oiiBi term..
All work warranted to render ati. faction, and
' DR. W. A. MEANS,
JYSIOIAN A SURGEON,
. LTJTUBRSBCRQ, pa.
1 attend profeaalonal call, promptly. auglO'70
u J. H. KLINE, M. D.,
IY8ICIAN & SURGEON,
rAVIKO locatod at Paaiilcld. Pa., offer, hi.
L profeasioaal Mrrice. to tha ii.opl. of that
a and .urrounding country. All call, promptly
nded te. .Oct. u.
R. J. P. BURCHFIELD,
. Sari.oa af tka S.1d Regiment, P.nn.ylraiila
vlanira, k.ri.g r.uirn. from tk. Army,
r. hi. prof.Mional ..rvlo.. to Ih.oltii.n.
a. Beeoad alr.at, foraterlyeeeapUd ky SQUrA-HK TIMQaH
. ooq.. l"rrl " H
delivered if dealred.
LI II ARM AN,
LUTnERSJWRO, PA. ..'
Agent for Ih. Aneriaa. Double Tnrhlne Water
Wheel and Andrews a aalbaeh .noi. Can fnr
ai.k I'orulil ti Hit MilUon akart Bailee. JtU'7I
E. A. BIjGLER & CO.,'
f 1 . Second Btraat, ' ,
"I; .CLEARFIELD, TENN'A.
way. a. band, Fte.h Oyster., Ioe Cream,
4at, Nat., Craakwa,.Cakaa, Cigars, Tobacco,
id Fralta, OrapgM, Lamoaa, aad all kind.
.11 ib eeaftoa.
1-BILLlAiD ROOM 0. Moo.d door.
A'U , J). Me'lAI'OIlEY A CO.
and manufatnrer, of
AIX KIND" OP SAWED LI'VPI.R,
I 7'72 CLEAI1FIRLD, PI'NN'A. .
JOHN THOIITMA I,
Uealw laa" '" or '' "
Oa. duet aaat Port OOoa,
parted, and became into four heads."
CL. I... J. u .max. ... piw.!r
ly namod Pison, Gibon, lliddekul and
Euphrates, in the narrative.
Tho first of these Dr. Scott identi
fies with tho Phases or llalys of later
times. Its source is northwesterly
seven hundred mnea into um uini-n
Sea. . Tho second U tho Araxcs, rising
ten miles from the sourcos of the Eu
phrates, and flows a thousand miles a
Utile north of oast, into the Caspian
Sea. The third, "The great river
which Is Htddekel," (Daniol, X. 4.) is
gonerally admitted to bo tho Tigris.
And as the south (hupmato) more is
no dispute about it. .Now, all these
four rivet's bavo their sources In the
highlands of. Armenia, aud as it is
slated that it was ''from tho garden
not destroy ihemsulves by their own
vicei, and would properly dovelope
their own powers. : "Good God, how
scarce men are, said iNapoioon m
Italy! when nobody appottrod to con-
tett the field with hlin. And so it Is
in1, every country and every ago.
TVere is no brunch of buMnew, calling
os occupation, in which livo, cnor
ff.J up I J.i !....! , .,.
iU WCII-IOrmuu, UBlBriiniiiu iiiiiii
miy not command any position, oo
taft iny wages, ai'd receive any
' WhtuT Dniilol Webster was about to
enter upoi. the study of luw, they told
him that the profession was full.
"Thoro's room enough," ho replied
,'ap there," pointing up, and meaning
that fur tho higher class and tho bet
tor qualified there was ulways a de
mand. It is just so to-day. There is
a little million of poor lawyers, poor
preachers, poor editors, poor printers,
pocr mechanic! and poor Iiirraors
and eomo of them complain of bard
times and want of employment but
it would bo difficult to find ono well
qualified who had not a hundred call
for his son-ices.
Those who have nothing to do are
the onos who nover should have any.
thirnr to do. for thoy are not fit for it
Thoy eithor have no Vnowledgo of the
bui-lncAS or are not willing lo work at
i. Tim u-ni lil ia full of dcopIo who
complain that they have not had
uhanco In lifo. ' 1 ;i
Tf lliev doairtd it thcr would have
made it, for nobody bus chances cx
pom what thev make. Tho bad and
the cood luck, so much talked of,
nonsonso; and the fellow who has
rilnclr never laiks luck he makes
Ic-,' . ' ,
The human will is against stiprem
cvcrvlhini: but God. Thero is noth
inc on this earth or any other earth
that the human will may not control
and (orm to its own liking ; but to ao
complish anything It must be pcrsis-
tont and determined, then it will over
come all thincs. If thore are moan
tains in the way it will cast thorn in
tho .ea : if there aro clouds in th
heavens, it will brush thorn away
thero are wild lightnings on the track
a will i..W .horn and enrh nnri blld
them. Thore is nobody who has li
beforo him, who can't bo whntlxi
ablo to be and willing to lubor to bo.
Hut it is not the follow that whines
at tho corner of tha streot for ten
hourf pay lor eight hours work, that
Istoi'omo lo anything. That class
don't want to work at nil. ' Iliro them
at right hours to-day and thoy will
want to work but six to-morrow, and
tho iliii'd day they will lave the gout
llili. and lirr.erve vour Uvea, by using Only
Humplirej'a Celebrated loal. Ire irom an
impurill... Order, leu ai in arirrea 01 niooaru
Moteop and Jam. B. Urabam A Son. will receive
Clearleld, November SO, ISTO-if.
SAWS! SAWS! SAWS!
DIPTAN'B CROSS CUT, MILL, DRAO AND
, CIRCULAR SAWS,
Boynton'a Lightning Cross-out Saw.
PATENT PERFORATED ELECTRIC SAWS,
For tale by
octl,7S H. F. BIGLER A CO.
(LATE POWELL'S,) .
For all dl.aa.ei Incident lo II or..., Cattle, and
Humaa riesn, retiring o ...01 aa
Tkii Bmbroeaiie. w.a .iten.lv.ly ...d ky
the (lorernment during tbe war.
For sale by tiertawiek A Irwin, Clearftwld
Ja.eph R. Irwin, Carw.nrrlll.. Da.i.l 8oed
ander. Latkar.b.rg. 1 ' - tf.
WE r now DiBnaiwturliiir onr 1MPUOVED
STiiKId-ttUCKKT DKIVINU CANT
IIUOKS. mnsrior lo txav vlhcr In u. W hart
Im 1b Block a la.rauiinlitv of Cant book itiifft-
bit fur rali'Og purpuR. which we r nching
chrap for wh. AM'H K. ktrsa AKL.
tlftarllaiu. ra., nurcn li, ia,j.
Stonc-Cutter and Stone-Mason,
Will .larut. all work I. hi. Ila at made
rata prices and in F1HST,C'LASS djlr,
In ALL STYLES, Ston. Dressing of .Tory
de.crlDtloB, and .11 kind, .f maeeo wark aoa-
tract.d for in or ajilof :'j. eo.oty. Any per.oci
wl.hing to h.r. r.ip.etabla mate, work and
alone-rutting don., will tnd II to their Intere.t
to eall npoa m. I would .1.0 inform the pub
II. that I can deliver any ..aallty or alaaa ol
.to., dealred, a. I am tb. owner or a
FIRST-CLASS STONE QUARRY
Ord.r. for work saa b. addreoed 1. .' ' I
"TkTOTICR Having pr.rch.wd the lhlereat of
J. A. lilattennerger, rnni., ,1. tna onnnvaa
beret of or earried e. under the Arm paanaef J. A.
Blatienberger A Co., tha aame wlrl T aopdueted
heruiiar a.dar tba name at Mo.ha.aoa Laod
Lambar Company, Ihtore.)
11. sniLLlNOFORD. JOHNLAWSRB,
1 aylltr " il'xMUaa. dTaaarai Sup't
or wmctliinir else : it is the ono who
to bo irrecoverably lost
In tho first iilaco ho says, it is by
. ..... , , 11 ,
no means certain mat xsoun s noou
was universal, in tho strict moaning
of that word; but in arguing this ho
violates his own priuciplo of adhering
to the strictly literal meaning of the
text ; fur it is clear irom tho two liar
ratives that are givn in Genesis of
the Delugo, that it was supposed to
be universal i. e, extending all ovor
tho surface of tho globo. In tho soc
ond place, ho mentions that tho uni
versality of the Deluge is disputed by
almost evory goologist. And in the
third place and this is bis strongest
argument it is Inconsistent with tli
narrat.iye written after the Deluge, to
say Xhat .the sito of Edon is lout. Tbi
four riven remain, and their souroi-i
can be seen In Armenia. 1 I
' Why should they still exist, snj
the lund in which thoy spring have
changed entirely f Ararat is thero u
it was in the days of Noah, boiore tbd
flood.' In truth, thore has boon no
iuch transformation of the soil as cer
tain theologians have assorted. Alan
has changed. This region lay be
tween tho Persian Gulf and the Cas
pian Sea, where now tho wild Aral'
roams about, Ibo cities are desolate.
and tho eruol despotism of the Porsiao
nd the Turk "hath dried up roalmx
in rlneorttl ' ' '
It must be said, Jiowover, that Uol
word "Edun" (signifying delights) i
manifestly nsed in various meaning
in other portions of the Scriptures;
soniotimes to denote a oounlry ,a; J
again ,to denote a poople, and agsiu
as the name of person, and finally ia
a number 0 ways inconsistent will)
the idea of literal Interpretation. ,"
T . , . I - '
"Would yoa take .he )ast cent a
man hoi fyr a glass of soda water V
asked a smart youth oi six .or sevoo
summer. 'Yea," oepooded tbe pro
prietor Whereupon bopsful palled
vn m ovut sua gv. vue an mi.
sayBi"I conquer or die," that nover
dies juntil ho has conquered. So in
eduillion, it is tho muu who has no
mini lo odticuto, that sucks his paw
and whines that ho would have boen
sonidthing orawmeb.ody if ho had pos
sessid tho benefits of learning. Tho
mnr (wlio wants education can nlway
got it. ' Ho educates himself.
Tiis talk of Daniel Webster among
the (utter rots, w ho are like diamonds
in tip sand, and glisten tothedazsling
of bo .world if they could huvo tho
ojtpii'tunity, is all nonsense. ! Every
man 'finds his level, and has opportuni
ties Ho becomo all that his rapacity
will permit. Lot young mon get rid
of teeso delusions those nightmares
thats-ost upon their brains like par
alyi-fe and death. Tho world is before
tlieii its pleasures and honors and
wash- Anything in it will be theirs
if lljoy make thomsolvo worthy or it
and are willjng to work for it. There
is ni time to grumble, nono to lament;
off f ith you coat, roll opyour sleeves,
anl go in for what you want, and
wlat you really desorvo you will ob,
lain. - ..
How to Gst Sleep. How lo got
sloe p is to many persons a rnntter of
hlgii importance. Nervous porsons.
who nro troubled with wakofulnoss
and excitability, usually havo a strong
tondonoy of blood to the brain, with
cold extromitics. The pressure of
blood on the brain keeps it in tiimu
laled or wakeful state and the pulsa
lion! in the bead are often painful.
Let snub arise and ohafe the body and
extremities with a crash towel, or rub
smartly' with the hands to pronioto
circulation, and withdraw the execs
sivo amount of blood front the brain,
and Ihey will fall asleep in a few min
ntes. ' A cold bath or a sponge bath
and rubbing, Or a good run or a rapid
walk in tho open air, or going up and
down stairs a few times before retir
ing, aid in equalising oiroulntion and
nrctnoio oloep. Theso rule! are aim
plo, and easy of application in castle
or cabin, and may .minister 40 the com
fort of thousands who would freely
oxpend money for an anodyne to pro
mote "liaturc 1 swoet rostoer, baimy
aloep.", ', , ' . .J..' . ,
A ,Udy ot watering place botol js
reported Lo bavo complained peoaus
they ohargod her twenty-five oents
for washing a collar which originally
cost ooly tUUaa muLs.
The Oaucassian Slaves.
The Egyptian! possos Arabian char
acteristics, say! a loiter writer, hi-
ough thoro are difforonces. ine
mportation of Georgian and Circas
sian slaves, over a long punuu,
raodifiod tho fypo of tho middle and
nper clussos. ' No public marKot lor
alnvra nv iHla nt the nresont timo, but
thoy aro sold by stealth. Tho tradi
tions ofGoorgion and Circassian beauty
are familiar lo tho world ; fop eontu-
es historian! have drawn them in
1 1 -
iocs ol generous curves aim jiuui.
have painted them in Titian colors.
With those pictorial fancies upon mo,
was tiikon aback on landing at Al
exandria. "A doEsrt of those moontoia
women wore silting on shoro, whore
they had just landod from the ship
Tbcy were pnlo, thin, rough skinned,
tawnr-baired, unkempt, in coarsost
sttiro and were In the pursuit of
fleas. I expressed my disappointment
to an Egyptiun dragoman standing
near, who wilb a mcefut wave of bis
band replied .! '" ' ' '''
'Orffendit conld j-oii see Iheso wo-
mon' three months hento, you would
say that th Prophet had flitted tboio
for benvoo. Good mashod bootlo! and
onerous piusball make them plump;
the daily bath shall give their sums
tho hue of creamy milk, and their
joints tbo eupplonoss and grace of the
gaselle. With uew health, their eyos
shall sparkle with mirth and bedewed
with londorness, the rose shall bloom
on their checks, and gold shall gild
their tresses. God is great !'
Tlio mun's statement was tubstan
lially correct; the slave doalcr en
dmvora to brins them up lio their
hiL'licst physical protection beforo of
ferine them for sulo. I aftorwurds
suw soqio who had been trained, fat
toned, and purified to tbo selling point,
Thoy wero exquisitely fair, blue eyed.
and goldencd-haircd, but for tho n.ost
part like wax figures. H was surfaco
beauty, without depth, and I looitoo
in vain for some indication of thought
or sensibility In their vacant faces.
The bought woman is assured a life
of ease, perhaps luxury, and ia not re
sold. , If she become! a mother she at
the snnia timo become a wife, and
her children are legitimate Fair vio
tims aro no longer sow ed up in a sack
and thrown into the Nile, for crime
and .ncciadilUia laaawa. Iiiiilnnim In tb
past. According to tho custom or h
country, when an Egyptian takes
Moslem wifo, bo may not see her face
or know anything of her character
until after marriage, and thus an ob
jectionable wife is frcqnontly imposed
upon him. Ho often avoids this ris
by taking a sluvo to wife, whom li
can examine and get acquainted with
bofore bringing hor under his roof.
The Circassian! and Georgians sold
are generally voluntary slaves, who
aro oducatod to it by their parents
To bo the harem belle of a wealth,
Turk or Egyp'an is their lifelong am
bltion. Thus tho chuin by which they
are bound is a golden ono riveted by
themselves, A Nubian slave, ordina
rily good looking, Is sold for about
$100; a comely Abyssinian for 1200
a Georgian from 8500 upward, vary
ins sccordinrr to beauty. The lowest
priced slave are those who 001110 from
the Galls country
A Death Which Puzzles the Life In
. gnranoe Agents. ; , "
About threo months ago a man
named Nadra, living in tho northoast
part of tho city, called upon Mr. Ten
Winklo, a life Insurance agent, ana
latlng that his life was already inurod
for 85,000 askod for a 810,000 policy
in Ton Winkle's oompany. Tho man
was not well dressed, spoko brokon
English, and seemed not to bo ovor
well off in this world's goods. While
tho agent was willing lo imuo the pol
icy, ho thought it strnngo that a poor
laboring man like Aadra should wum
A Gup of Coffee.
L writer in Scr&Hcr for October
savs : "XI lias ocen iriuiiiuiiv sui
that evon in those enlightened day
and in the lands most blessod by the
influence of civilization, there are
thousands upon thousands of persons
born inlo the world who livo long
lives and than go down into their
graves without ever having tasted a
good cup of coftuo. Ihoro aro many
reasons for this, and tho principal one,
of oourse, mtmt be that so few persons
know how to make good coffee. And
yot thero have boen thousunds of re
cipes and uirocljons published wit.h
teach u how to mnko good coffee uy
boiling it ; by not boiling it; by con.
fining tho essonce and aroma; by
making it in nn opou vessel ; by steep
ing it; by not steeping it; by eloar.
ing U ; by not clearing it ; by grind
ing it fino; by grinding it coa.rso, and
by many othor methods opposed to
each othor and to all tbeso. Now wo
do not, intc,nd lo try to toll anybody
how to make good coffoo, but wo just
wish to say a word about the treat
mcnt of tho eofleo after it is mado.
And on this trcatmonl depends Its ex
cellence, brew it as you may. Tbo
rulo is implo i never decant it. What
ever olse you do about it, li'jng It lo tho
tablo in the .vessel In which It was
made , A handnoma ,urn or gorgaoui
coffee pot is the gravo of good coffee.
Of course, if it I copsidered more de
sirable to have the pot look well Ihhn
to have the coffee taste well, we bavo
nothing more to say. lint when hot
colTc.o i emptied from one vessel into
another, tha kitchen .coiling generally
receives that essonea ladon vapor
which should hpvo found its way into
the cups at the breakfast table. ' And
.one wyrd about the cups- "Whoo the
.ooffe enter then At .should find the
Bailor or ore am alroad tbftrav Bj ob-l
serving thee rulo, ordinary oofloe
made la almost any way, i often
curry such aa insuranco, involving
n expense of about 8000 per year.
Urv. Nadra. -wa along with bor hus
band, aiid was desirous that bo should
take out the now policy. Ton Winkle
madosomo inquiries, and then appoint
ed a day for Nadru to bo examined.
Four or five of tho best physician! in
Detroit examined the candidate, and
cy pronounced him just what any
observer would; a strong, heulthy,
robust man likely to livo. a score of
oar at least. The application was
sent cast to the company, and in doc
me tho policy came back. Nadra
called for it several limei bctore it
came, and when it arrived he was
ready with bis money lo pay tho pre
mium. Six weeks after, or six weens
ago, Mm. Nadra left homo one morn
ing, aud her hueband, who was not
feeling well, romaincd in tho house.
Tho children wore out and in during
tbo afternoon. A laborer at tbe next
house saw Nadra onco during the af
ternoon, but when tho wife returned
at evening she found him cold and
doad. Coroner Gnnu was called, and
as be was given to understand that
the death involved a loss of 815,000 to
the insurance companies, he adjournod
the inquest. Tbe stomach wai re
moved and sent to Dr. Lyon for an
alysis, in order that it might be deter
mined whether bis death was the re
aultof natural cause. Dr. MoGraw
conducted the post mortem, wbicli
was full and complete. The Inquest
was concluded yesterday by Gnau,and
tho case was disposed of.
Dr. Lyon tcstifiod that he made his
first test for prussic acid, and not find-
inir any, tested lor vegetable poison
lie found a small quantity ot what he
believed was vegetable poison, but
could not determine. Its nature. Uy
rubbing a littlo on the eye, the fluid
caused tbe pupil to dilate, like the ac
tion of belladonna. It was bis belief
that there was not enough pf this fluid
to causo dosth, even if it had been real
vegetable poison as suspected. Dr. Mo
Graw lostiftod at considerable length
as to the post-mortem, fully explaining
bis operations. Dr Sprangor testified
that he had treated tho deceased for
oongeslive chills, and it was his opin
ion that death ensued from a clilii pt
this sort. Dr. McGraw thought that
death bad ensued from disease, and
tbe jury returned a verdict that the
deceased came to his death from causes
unknown to them. This will prob
ably end the case. The wife is cer
tainly cleared from any suspicion of
guilt, but yet tho insuranco agent
will probably think it strange thai
man laboring 1'or bis daily broad, in
apparent robust health, should sud
denly desire lo insure hi life for
largo sum and then as suddenly die
a strange nay. Detroit Free frets.
' The recent dovolopmo nt of tbe re
productive, jiiwer of tho petroleum
wells that had been for some yoara
abandoned because thoy wero boliovcd
to bo oxbaustod, ioj i the relroleuy
Monthly, is not ulono a matter or vai
uo to the owner of the territory that
was until lately presumed to be in
capable of further production, but i(
afford more trustworthy basi man
any the world lias bilhti'to boon able
to obtain for forming nn approximate
ly correct opinion concerning the
chemical ' process whereby potroleum
is generated. Until within a hor,
lima, a popular opinion prevailed thjt
petroleum; In splto of lis name, was
the product of coal; and so nearly
Was thi idea goncrul among a majori
ty of people, that many foreign re
ceiver ot petroleum ore still accus
tomed to ordor it aa."pool oil." The
belief, however, that tbo terrene oil
of Pennsylvania and Canada Is exclu;
sivuly a product of bituminous ooal
may now afely be pronounced to be
un error. Thore is certainly no evi
dence that coal is not one of the sub
stances from which pelroloum is di
lilod ; but at tho sumo timo it is a
somewhat strango fact, allowing
proper degree of credit to the belief
that coal doe not enter into the com
position of potroleum, that 00 coal
bed eusccptiblo of being worked aro,
known to exist within fifty miles o(
tho oil-producing territory. Again, it
is a manifest and recognized fact that
carbon' doci predominate as an Integ
ral essence of petroleum ; and the,
other fact that th oil-territory' of
Pennsylvania is surrounded by boda
of bituminous coal, rondors it emi
nently reasonable to believe that coaj
enters largely, if npl, indeod, morfi
largely than any other substance
into tbe process of distillation where
by pelroloum is produeod. l otroloum.
certainly a minoral oil. Hut what
ever may be tho number ard chomi
cal variety of Iho minerals from which
is formed, the distillation of it is
more intimately associated, with lime
stone than with any other minoral.
Sandstone is also found in boring oil
wells, but it is from the poros of lime
stone that, in the chemical process of
extracting oil from the minerals found
connection with its productions.
tbe greatest quantity of petroleum is
taken. It is singular that, in boring
for oil, no coal has ever boen found,
oven in the smallest quantities, whilo
said sandstone and limestone abound.
Tho Inference, therefore, cannot bo
escaped lhat petroleum is tbe product
of tho distillation of at least two, and
probably of more than throe, distinct
minoral properties. . , .,..-.,
Divorce in Virginia- The
divorce suit on record in Virginia wa
decided a short timo ago, and the
Judge, in delivering tho opinion of the
Court, roferrod to tho extreme rarity
of uch cases In Virginia. Ilo said
"Happily for tho Interests of socioty
and the saxiotity of marital rights an
relations, sails of this character are
not of frcquont occurrence In tin
State. And in those modern days of
so-oadlud social progress and social re
form, it is a fuel worthy of record.an
one which fitly illustrates the purity
of social lifo and the inviolable sane
tity of iho marriage bond in this State,
that thore can be found but two re
ported cases In all its judicial history,
from tbe foundation ot lfi common
wealth down to tho prcont ,tim
touching questions arising out of th
separation of husband and wife. "An
the two ,cas.f8 referred to Vero not
suits for divorce, but for, alimony,
brought by Ibo wife after desertion by
A Simple Remedy for Dandruff.
There are doubtless few persons,
especially among gentlemen, who do
not suffer from the inconvenience of
dandruff. Physicians secro not to
consider it of sufficient importance to
oogage their attention, and the poor
victim are left either to practice
their virtue of endurance, or for a our
try tomt of tbe many nostrums ad
vertised in the publio prints. The in
tolerable itching which frequently ac
companies tbe troublesome complaint
is not tho only unpleasant feature, as
to persons of any pretentions to neat-
noss the appearance of the wbuo
scales on the coat-collar and shouldors
is very objectionable. The writer,
during a number of year!, tried lb
different alcohoho solutions of castor
oil, and many other preparations,
without permanent benefit, and a last
resort was led to adopt tbo plan qf
cleaning tbo scalp with borax and
carbonate of potass. This proyej
effectual, but after a persistont treat
ment ot omo months the bair became
sensibly thinner and perhaps would
have soon disappeared altogether.
The boliove that dandruff arise frora
a disease of the kiu, although physi
cians do not seem to agree on ,tbi!
point, and tbe knowledge that tho use
of sulphur is frequently attended with
very happy results in inch disease
induced mo to try it in my own cao.
A preparation of ono ounce of flower
of sulphur and one quart of water was
mo-Jo. Tho clear liquid was pouretj
off, after ho admixture bad been re
peatedly agitated during Intorvals of
a few hours, and tho head was satu
rated with this every morning. In,
a -low weeks evory traco of dandruff
had disappeared, tho hair becume soft
and glossy, and now, after a discon
tinuance of tbe trostmont for oigbteeu
months, thore ,is no judication of a re
(.ur.n ,o tbo disease J do uot pr.a,t,e,nd,
4.0 explain the modus operandi ot tbe
treatment, or it is well known that
sublimod sulphur is almost or whqlly
iusolublo, and Iho liquid used was des
titute of taste, color smell.. The effect
foci spoak for itself. Journal of Phar.
. Tho pioneor Methodist, Petor Car
wright, nttored many wise and witty
sayings. Ilo was often much annoyed
at ono sistor, more noisy than piou
who would go off on a high key a
evory opportunity. At nn animatod
class mooting one day she broke ou
with, "If i bad one more feather I
my wing of faith, I could fly nwny
and be with lh Saviour." "Stick in
tho fcaltior,.0 Lord ! and lot her go,"
fervently responded Brother Cort
wrjight.' ' "' ' ' . .
in an editorial article on the Credit
Mobllor scandal, the - Springfield
Republican vindicate Congressman
Dawes, as Is quite natural, bnt Insists
that jpionoy ,w spent by Massaohu,
sett Congressmen to bribe other Con
gressmen, and call upon Mr. Daw
and pen situated like blot to holp show
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Iihkkn Corn Dumplings. A quart
of young corn grated from the cob,
half a pint of milk,,half. a pint of wheat
flour lifted, six Inblo-eoonsful butter,
two eggs, a sallspoonfui of aftit, a saltr
spoonful of popper, and buXter for fry
ing, laving grated as fiuo as possi
ble sufficient young frush oorn to make
a quart, mix it with the wheat floor,
a,nd add the salt and pepper. Warin
the milk iua small nueo Pan.
soften tho bultor in it. Then add
them i-ad,uiilly to the pan corn, stir
ring very hard, and set it sway to
cool. Real an egg light and stir thorn
into tho mixture when it is cooled.
Flour your hands, and muko it into
littlo dumplings. ' Put into a trying
pan a sufficiency of fresh butler ((cu:
lard and butter in equal proportions,)
and when it is boiling hot, and has
boen skim mod, put iu tho dumplings
and fry thoni ten minutes or more, lp