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"To Hold and Trim tlio Torch of Truth and Wavo it o'er tho darkonod Earth
VOL. XL NO. 13.
BLOOMSBtJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1857-
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tt t BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
t DOCTOR JOHNSTON.
I rpilE founder of this Celebrated Insti-
'! It J lutlon,oirrp' llio iiioftccrtaln,spptdy. and only
TTUcctunl rempily Intho worM fr r .recti for Glitu,
v f irlciurfi1, Pen. in al wnc'noM, Vain in Itio Loin,
t Comi.tutiniml Debility. I m potency, WcakDc of the
Uack nml l.iinlit. Aircctionn of tlifl Kidneys, 1'ulpHa.
tlon of Hi-1 Heart, Di'peniia, N-rvoii Irritftbitity,
1 1) iiea io (t Hih lleinl, Thrnnt. Nose or Skin, and fall
bote serious and melancholy Disorders arising from
the destructive tialnlt of Yntnh, which destroys both
body nnd miml. Tliese secret and solitary practices,
' are more fatul to their victims than the song of the
' 1 Hyrcns to the mariner Ulysres, Mighllngttheir most
brilliant hopes of anticipations, rendering , marriage,
fcc , unpoisiDie.
i oung men,
lf' ' iectilW, who have ticcome ttio victims of snlltery
, Vice, fiat drt-atllnl and den tractive Iwb-t, which nnnti-
any sweeps 1 1 nil tinii unsiy v mve iiiuuianas ti young
menui mi1 ninmriimcii i.inms unu Driuiaui iniei
rtit who titl 4 lit niherwlse have em lantfd listening
fleiiatfs will Hie tliiitu'ersnf clonupnce. r tvnkeil to
Tvxticivsthij l)ff, inny call with nil confidence.
, ;. Marriage
1 Married portions, nr Vnuug .Men eonlPMplattnp mnr
flstR, tiring awaro of ptiysic.il ieakin'f, organic uV
t bility. dcformilleit, &.r,, iihu'tld ini-nednitely consult
1 1) t JoliiHton.and ho restored to perlict health,
' tli who pi. c:t himsctrund it llio care of Or, John
tun mi v religiously eonllilc in Ms linnor as a Rrntte-
yiueu, auilcuiiltilmtlv rHf upon his skill aseihsician.
!J I Organic Weakness
j Muitn-dutfly cirL'd and Hill vigor restored.
riits jtisJi is llm ptTiitty most frequenly paid.hy
1 tfi-iitt wlioli ive lieconm the victim of improper Inriiil.
(tiicits. You ii2 pcrsou arn too apt to commit ox
, ce4 from not lmni(; aware of Uiedrc.idful coimiMjucnce
'lliat liny unnu-. Now, who tint understand Ihf sub
J -ct will pretend to deny th.it tli power of p roc re a
tmu is 1'i.t mioner ty thoe fulling into iiniirontr
lufnts th in by the prtitPint. UAulas Iming ricprlvid of
Kiu pi'.iirtf ji nf.iniiy oiiipiins. ine inujt serious
ul dumJtiive sympiotns to both body and mind
aria. 'Vim nyaH'iti bconn dnringcd; itie physical
mil 'p m M I iMwois wiMkciii'd, uervniis debiliiy, ilys
V pit pJlpitiitinii tattle heart , iihfi.elioit, a w.iftnig
ol'tli t'a'ii.', cikiIi symptom of c xixuinptioil A.C
JtflfiC Nn 7 "ooth V'HokRit k til Brsr.ii'ven door
'fro ii IttltimorH ftret-t i:.it tt . up the rtfps Be
p.inicnlr in-iiiirviu2 tli N A HI! and NU.MUKR, or
t j . y.iu wltl mistake the pi ci.
A Vdre harrahttd,r no Vharg Mailt in from Ons to
- NO MUttOUllY OH NAUstLilUH O ILL 13 UdUI).
V Dr. Johnston,
v'; Mtinib-rof Hie Ufiyit L'oll.'i; of rtir?inns. Knudon
t t.'r i.l'l lit fru ii ii lit of U)f most eiuineut r Ilexes ol tlif
-t 1 1 'd Si uis. .uid Hit rciit'-r put iilwboe lilt bat
, ; lift i(itjul mi th llrt ltniit'ilit ol linduii . I'.irin,! hi
Itl t i t ta it id l "i.t w h f 1 1 1 is v it ''t d mmto ('f the niotsl
bf U't-nii i 'i in; ciri tli at wtf i'vtr kimu u ; ninny trouli-
l 1 1 v tirnijiii ini'i- h'Uid anil ''.us vtltli nslnrp.
jA ufH ii'-rv-inii-it O'lMif al.irrtiftl lit sudd.'n rounds
5 4 hi-if i uih l'rriunt MuIm(, attiiided
, s t'ii-iiiii witli deruni'ifutetilul mind wirucured im
h iiimipiitt.'d anil impnidvui vntnry ofplrn
s'lrj il'nl ti t ii is nu'iiliud tin' s'!fdi of this paiulu
dif uu, U loo nficit bappftis tbnt on Itliiint-,) rtMifi' o
in .i-t. or tlri id ot iIh ;or'ry. dders bun from apply
niV lo linno v. ii t frum t'lluc.iimn and r r 'r la tti Ii t
cn 1 1 ni" nofrifiiil in in ilut mn HI tint coiistiiiititiiiil
iu ii i ! iy .
ty ii it iu oiiiim iiiirna n',aieinaKiririraipHnrai)crl
r iik)i i nlf.eraitjil n iru throat, .IU'-iisjimI nune, nociuriiul
. I'll hi lit t!iJ lif.ulandliiiilm. Iimitcti ot fUSItLtlciriirFs.
ii. j J moii thi nkni hint., and Rrmn Mnirhrs mi Dip
flt-T 1 1 ten, nit t fxirfMiiftti's, pro;'niiiii; with fntitltil
r ii tiiv.tiil at lisi Hit pjltte oftliu ni'itith or tin
bti d of tlie nn f.-ill In ..md tlt vii'tlin ot iliti nuint
tli i cue bffnin 14 a horrid oMiti .r couiiul Hern lion, lill
t nli it'll ti pernitl lo liU ilri'.nlt'HtBiJll.-rinps, by si-it-dniK
In iu lo "linl tmu rim tram wlicnce no 1rncler
r'turn.,' 'l'o surti ilureforu Dr. Jolmston pietl s
li.n-lf to or 'stvh ttifl nioi tnvi iliblf spcrcv. nnd
from ins "ilmnivi' practice in tlielirsi Mnspimls of
I! ir tii't an 1 Am.'rlca. he can cntifidfiitly ri rotnmi-nd n
rjk itt) nudsp-pily i.iiru to the un lort mate victim olilits
Take, pirticvhir Koike,
4 Ilr J ndilrr-vti ul those who hnve jnjurid tlum-
fi-iivi'iov or iv. i if u ii it improper iniitiigi'iices,
M Thesf irp -oir.eor Hie sid nnd tiifl.incholi pfTrrts
v proliiffd tijT.irly habit ol ) omh. viz UViKtif s ot
l4 tin II ick nii'l hlinbi, .iin in the (lend. HinnieFsof
1 Hiht IjXd til MiMCnltr I'ow.'r. I'alpiintion of the
S Htirt,lspppiia, N'eiv us Irratitilit), I)Lrant;i-ment
M of iti't liiL'p)livc Kn ici inns .Genera I Debility .symptoms
3 ofO iniUmplion, c.
r MUNr.l(Y Tin' fparful etTt'Cls npon thp mind
nro much to bijdrtnlid. I.tws ol .Memory, UoufiMinu of
I IflU, D'urpti'ioti of tho spirits, Kvil rnrebotfiiips,
A vrfiionof ducicty, Tiinity,i.c , are some oftlii-pviltf
frf Thouijuls of Hrnonsnf nil ages ran now Judge
wlitt ii th i c. tin tut t tneir dcclmini liPiitth. iJooiii(
c thti'r vlnr,1iectmiii2 ak paptndpmielited,haviit
J, n slnirular nppcirauce about the eyp .cough nnd s)iup
touts of Cttuitumptlon.
l)r, Johnston's Jnoigorating Remedy for
Hy this great and Important remedy, weakness of the
. nrgiti are ieedUy cured, and full viuor restoied.
Tlt'tnindsof tho iti-iit nprvous and dnbkliialtid, who
hid 1 st all hope, have been hnmedhtHy relieved, All
imppdimeuts to Marrlago. physical nnd Mental f)iqua
! lirtcillan, Nprvous 1 rritability.Treinbljnps and Weak-
nss, or exhaustion of the most learful Uind, speedily
1 cured by Doctor Johnston
' I Young Men
Wi'i hive injuredilienuelves by n certiiu pnrticp,
4 Ind'tlzed in when alone a liitul freiitently learned
f from evil companion, or at school -the effects nfwbich
2 art niithi'y felt, ov.n when asleep, and if riot cured
renders mirriajfU impossible, and destroys both wind
-J a j body, should apply immediately
t Whata pity lliata vounj man. the hopn nf hi s eoun
try.audthe darllnjof hisparcnts. should be snatched
from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the conic
M'lvnces of deviatinrfrom lhn rath ofnature, and in
duljine in a certain secret habit, Hucli persons before
should reflect ibat a sound mind and tody are the moi
iittcsury renulsities to promo'e conunbinl happiness
Indeti l.wiihmit thesa.lhe journey through life becomes
a weary pil;rimagp. the prospect hourly darkens to the
view ; the mind becomes shadowed with despair and
flliod wiihtlie melancholy reflection thatthe happiness
oi nnotner iiecomes uugnicj who our own
N.H. i,8ino talis inotlcity prevent jou.ljul api'lyim
r w. ""
.ui.ie iy cunur perianal l y nrny teuer.
BIC1N UlStiAHCS Hl'KliUll.Y CURED.
Thi manylhiiiiiand. cured atllii. Inititutlon wlth'll
the tail 15 year., and Hie numeroui imnorunl Bur deal
Oitiiratlon. pfrrurmed by Dr. Johniton. wltiieiscd by
the reporleriol Ihepapur. anil many other per.on.no. netivo labor would bo abriducd. ill Order
lice. otvbltlilav appeared os.in and ug.lli before' . . J ,
raclerand responsibility, ,1. a .uOlcicnt guarantcu to
N. n. Tbcre ore so many Isnorant and woriliten
(luack. mlvcrlliins llieiu.elvr. I'liyaiciani, ruininf
Itie iioallli ofllia alrenly anliclcd. Ibat Dr, Jolm.ton
deem, it necenary to.ay, eipocialty to Iboi. unac
quainted wilh hi. reputMion.tliM 111. credential. iid
illplimu.alway.lianmn 111 omce.
if r.KiNoxtci, AllUtler. mnil b.ponpaid, ana
con lain a poitaga .lamp for tin reply, ol noaniwei
willlie e lit
January 17. 1857.
DOOT AND SHOE MAKING.
tb. THE underiljnut. thanltlul for the literal
Sill palm nag. with which lie tin te.n larotd for
W Bj year, goneby, would inform 111. Irlend. and
v -"sWcuttomci.. 'iial lie conilnue.ioinauuractuie
Hoots and Shoes,
At hi. old and nell.known.tand, on Main ttrrrt,
ninonuburg, in nil their v.noui and foim,in good
atyleandon moderate l.rin..
III. long nporleiice In llio buiineii, and gqnrral
knowledg.of ihe rcopl. of rolumbi. county, iuper
.i1i1.il In Avail 1..irmtnittifin l.ir.iiflnp auli.rnrlino
in. u.illtc, wc.iu... .... ...uu tig a genu. fiiaii ui in.
Hooiii whieh he hope, to merit
. J.w" r "'Bthrick
Wi Ultn for tht Columh Dtmotrat,
I HAVE NO MOTHER.
1 have no mother, for the died
When 1 was very younj,
Cut memory still around tny heart
Mke morninr; mist has hunj.
They telt me nfan angel form
That wnte'fied around my bed,
And of a soft and quiet hand
That wiped tho tears I shed.
With smites she lie Id my liny aim
When I began to walk ,
And joy would sparklet n her eyes
When t would trylo talk.
And often, too, 43 I was ill,
She kissed my burning brow;
Iter tears would fall upon my check
I think I feci them now.
And then the used to kruel with mi,
And teach me how to pray,
And rnlir my little hands to beaten,
And ttP me what to tny.
O, mother, mother, In my hcnrl
Thy Imofte still shall be;
And may 1 hope tn heaven, at last,
To meet and live with thee t
BhomtbuTg, May 30, 1657,
Written for the Democrat.
Ell'ects of Lovo to God and to
UV HEV. CIEOIIOK HUNTEll.
In larger commanit'ca tho principle of
love would effectuate a mighty change.
That spirit of jealousy and selfishness , of
avarice and monopoly, which now produces
so mauy jarringa, contentions and collisions
of interests amoDg town councils, corpora
tions, and ether smaller asioci itions, would
cease to operate. Every one would see
and feci, that the prosperity of tho whole
is also 1 lie prosperity of every portion oi
the general community. Uoistcrous dis
putation, sneers, hifses, reproachep, and
angry passions wouid te banished fr- in the
deliberations of every society; and candour,
good-will, mid liindly affections would
animate the minds of all its mei.ilicrs.
The mutual intercourse of nations would
bo established on the principle of friend
ship and affection, and on tho basis of im
mutable justiec and eternal truth. liaised
against petty jealousies, secure from the
altrms of war, and viewing each other as
branches of the same Almighty Parent
every nation aud empire would (eel an in
tercst in promoting llio prosperity of ano
ther, and would rejoice iu beholding its
h pp;ncs9 and improvement.
1 nder the benignant influence of the
spirit of love, useful intelligence of every
description would be rapidly and exten
sively communicated ; the sciences would
be improved, and carried forward to per
fection ; tho jealousies which now exist
among si'iontifio men would cease to ope
rate, and every fact on which science is
built would bo impartially investigated,
and exhibited in its true aspect; tho' arts
would flourish, and bo crricd to tho high
est pitch of improvement; no secrets in
arts or trado would ue locUca up in ine
breast of tho discoverer; but every useful those joy-inspiring words, '"Twill be sweet
hint would at once bo communicated to er far :n heaven 1"
the public; every invontion would uniform
ly bo applied to iho promotion of a bene
volent object, and tho arts of destruction
would ccaso to bo cultivated, and bo held
iu universal detestation. Under tho influ
ence of tho reign of love, tho instruction
of all ranks, in overy department of useful
knowledge, would bo rapidly promoted
ignorance and error, with all their attend-
ant evils, would soon vanish from tho
minds even of tho lowest orders of society;
seminaries would bo erected and establish-
, cd on a liberal basis, for Instructing every
. , ,, , . ,, ., ,
ciass oi mauKiuu in an iubsu muuuuua ui
scienco which tend to expand tho capacity
of tho human mind, and to extend tho
range of its contemplations; tho hours of
- f lUUl IUCV UllgUl liaVO IClSUru lur iuu WUitl-
vation of their understanding and tho cx
croiso of their moral powers. Among all
ranks of men, a spirit of selfishness and
avatico would bo extinguished, and in its
stead a spirit of noblq gonorosity and be
neficence would porvado the wholo mass of
society. This sublimo pnnciplo forms a
prominent trait in tho charaotcr of God,
aud in all his arrangements towards his
creatures ; and it animates tho minds of
superior iutolligonces in their associations
with each other, and in their occasional
interouurscs villi tho inhabitants of our
world. In imitution of those glorious
beinrs. tho human raco would consider it
'Rs gtaud end of their existence, not
unceasing diffusion of bencflosnco to all
around. Every houso would bo opened to
tho weary and benighted traveller, overy
heart would welcome him to tho refresh
ments and repose it affords, every comfort
would bo afforded, every wish anticipated,
and every stranger thus entertained would
"bless tho mansion" and implore tho bene
diction of heaven on all its inmates. 0,
blissful and auspicious oral When wilt
thou arrive to still tho restless agitation of
malignant passions, to promote peace on
earth and uood will among men. When
will tho bcnovolenoo of angels and orclr
angels descend to dwell with man upon
earth, to expel selfishness from tho human
breast, to hush overy disordered affection,
and to restore tranquility and order among
the bewildered. raco of Adam? Not till
Christianity shall have shod its benign in
flueuco on every land ; not till " tho know
ledge of tho Lord shall cover the earth,"
and the cannons, and swords, and spears,
and battle-axes of tho warrior shall bo
broken to shivers, and forged into plougli
shares and pruning hooks. Then shall
the wolf dwell with the lamb, and tho
leopard shall lie down with tho kid, and
the calf, and tho young linn, and tho fatl
ing together, a littlo child shall lead them
"Then judgraent.shall dwell in tho wilder
ness, and rigiiteousncss in tho fruitful field
4$.nd tho work of righteousness shall bo
peace, and tho effect of righteousness,
quie ness and assurance forever."
Ifagerstown, May, 1657.
Sweeter far in Heaven.
It was evening. Wo were seated alono
at the piano, breathing a song of beauty
and joy : and as our fingers glided gently
up tne suver-KcyeU octaves, ana music,
"tho soul of beauty," gushed forth rospon
sivc to our touch, it seemed that nowhere
in this glad earth could there bo hearts
beating heavily so light and joyous were
uur own. The last echo had died away iu
the distance, nnd turning from the instru
mcnt, our eye ros'ed upon tho tilvcred looks
and bending form of one whose countenance
bespoke a pure aud noble heart. We had
never met before, but ho whispered fortly
while a injilo of beauty wreathed his color
less lips, "Young maiden, 'twill bo sweeter
fir iu heaven !" Oh, how those few simple
words changed the current of our thoughts
and when, in words of winning eloquence.
he spoko of tho comforts of our holy re
ligion, and urged us to consecrate our life
our talents, our all, to the service of our
Maker, wo thought no sacrifice Uo great.
if, like him, we too might see unfolding be
fore our spirit's vision the glories of the
Weeks fled, and that old man, wearied
of earth, folded his thin arms and went to
slfep. They laid him to rest, away in tho
church-yard ; but wo knew that there was
but tho casket that the spirit, no longer
fettered, was basking in tho sunlight of
the Saviour's smile ; and that his voice, no
longer tremulous, mingled in the anthems
of tho "just made perfect." And when a
twilight hour we breotho a eong of tho
"cldcntimo," beautiful, indeed, thouch tho
y.sta rf past, comes, tho remembrance of
A Bridegroom Rusticating.
John Dean, who recently kioked up a
groat hubbub among tho codfish aristo
cracy by marrying tho wealthy Miss Mary
llokor, is rusticating in tho pleasant littlo
villapo of Franklinvillc. a few miles cast
; of iuVCrbcad. Ho is boarding in tho
fara-lly of Mr Joim Ni Sa..or an(1 ;3 being
tutored and polished by tho lie v. Mr.
Kced, a Congregational clergyman, pre'
paritory to his debut among tho fashion
, able3 in fifth avenuo. It seems
sent down tiiero by his lawyer, o
I Bvojd recognition ho assumod the n
ogniticn he assumod the namo of
John Johnson. Tho manner in which his
true namo leaked out was this wise : A
fow days after his arrival a letter was re
ceived by the worthy Postmaster of tho
village, directed to John Johnson, and as
there was a young farmer living in tho
neighborhood by that name, ho took it out
of tho office and opened it. It proved to
be from Dcau's wifo, and as it was filled
with such matter as only a wifo knows how
to writo to an nbsont husband, John John
son, farmer, concluded it was not for him,
as ho was not tho owner of such a pieco
of animated luxury, bo ho returned it to
tho Post Offico, and in a day or two John
Johnson, No. 8 i. o., John Dean called
and claimed It' Buffalo Republican.
Why is a four quart jug liko a sad'
die ' Because it holds a gl on.
A Story of Itoal Lifo.
A littlo girl, whom people may navo ou -
served selling violets around tho Now York
Hotel, offered a bunch tho otlior day to a 1
gentleman an! lady who wore staying t '
thit establishment as thoy wero returning
" Ploaso buy my violct3, sir I" said tho
littlo ono, holding up a putple bunch that
still seemed to havo tho dew upon it,
"Ploaso buy my violets only sixpence a
" No ; go nway, child," said tho lady )
rather harshly ; " I don't want them, "
My dear, remarked tho gontloman
Tho lady looked around. Tho littlo
violet girl, whoso eyes were dark as tho
flowers sold, was weeping silently. In an
instant Mrs, Y.'a warm southern nature
gushed out, and turning hao, she clasped
tho poor child in her arms, and endeavored
to assuaga her grief.
How very, very like our poor Alfred
this child is," said Mrs, Y looking'.atten-
tivtly in tho face of tho poor violet girl.
Mfred was their only son, who had como
to New York some fivo or six years ago,
when he died of dissipation.
Mr. Y., attracted by his wife's excla
mation, examined the little girl attentively.
"Thoro is a strong likness," ho replied
They questioned her. She had littlo to
toll. Her mother and father tvero both
dead, What was her name t Sho was
not certain, but her father's name was Y-.
It was enough, Tho old lady and gentle
man took the child between them in s
carriage, and straightway drove to tho
houso of her grandmother, with whom'she
said sho lived. Thoio they 'discovered
that their son hid absolutely been married
some time before his death, to a pretty
seuiug girl, who did not long survive hinii
and who died, leading behind this one
cli'ld. Mr. and Mrs. Y., were rich and
childless, This little creature, ragged and
uneducated, was more weleomo to them
than a fortune. She was instantly washed
and dressed, and teachers had for her.
Her fortune changed as the feason t hanged
It had been winter with her for a long time'
and it was now Miy. 1 havo no doubt
but in a few years moro I shall have the
pleasure of dancing with her at somo ball
iu tho Fifth Avenue.
tSf A t-OLKMN TiioucuiT. It ha3
been observed with much significance, that
every morning we enter upon a new day,
carryiug sti 1 an unknown futuro in its
bosom. How pregnant and stirring the
reflection. Thoughts may be born to day
which may never bo extinguished. Hope
may be excited to-day which may never ex
pire. Acts may bo performod to day, tho
co:. sequence of which may not be realized
Xffir Two country attorneys overtaking
a wagoner on the road, nnd thinking to
crack a joke on him, asked why his fore
The wagoner knowing them to be limbs of
the law, answered that the foro horso was i
a hwy croud tho rest were his clients.
tSF A Farmer near Ilinghampton, New
York, list year, in order to convince a
neighbor of tho usefulness of birSs, shot at
a yellow bird in his whcatfield, opened i's
crop, and found in it two hundred weevils,
and but four grains of wheat, and in these
four grains tho weevils had burrowed 1
A boy, at a recent examination in
an English school, was nsked who disco- Why did sho not sink .' It is pretty evi
vered America. "I wish I may die," says dent tho head was tho lightest part of her
a British editor, if ho didn't answer
Yaukco Doodlo 1"
55- Tho mysterious murdor nt New-
, r. ..; ...i i .ir..i f.n.,1. n.
. ,wuUb "-" -
bout threo weeks, ago has thusfar baffled all
efforts of tho officers of the law to discover
Ear" I'irsi uoy, aftyi uuii iueu you
r-. . n. i l n tH i 1
aro getting a dollar a week now 1" and.
r B, ,,,, , .il
boy-Wcll,youra.ghta know that by 1
sccin' tho fellers como soapin' around mo
that wouldn't a noticed mo when
Wo should practice temperance, if it wero
for nothing else but tho very pleasure of it;
it is tho glory of a man that hath abund
ance, to livo as reason, not as appetite di
rects. CF" A boarding-house keeper in Balti
moro advertises to "furnish gentlemen with
pleasant and oomfortablo rooms, also one
or two cutlcin.cn with wives,"
Tho Groat Soerot Revealed.
...... rIl,rm. ..,
Tnmlm? tv'llil Ilni-c
" " "U.'D,U "uolu ia 14 wa" " 3'
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has a peculiar ran!, musty smell and eas- no four nojroes charged with tho mur-! woman over seventy years ot ago. iho
il Tmiin,! ti nm,,:-i r. i J of tho Joyce family, after occupying att'k upon hor person was most unpro
y pulled off. Tho amouical effuv.a of , ho MioQ J t,,0 0ot for noarl'w voked, brutal and deadly, tho instrument
the horse seeui3 peculiarly to coneontrato iay3t wero acquitted. As soon as the used being a glass decanter, which was
in this part, and its very strong odcr has verdict of tho jury was mndo puldio, the Irokcn in p'eces about the wotpan'a head
a great attraction for animals, especially ni"St decided demonstrations of dissatis-' anil arm. One of her wrists wero broken,
canino and tho horso himself. faction wero manifested by the crowd, who' and the most frightful and ugly woundg
t ., , . ,' , at ouco proposed lynching them. Largo1 woro waao upon her head.
lor tho oil of cumin tho horse has an numbor3 'immediately assembled in fro 1 1" She w-s lying in bed attho time, and
instinctivo passion both aro oricical na-1 nf iioinil- hot tin. nm!M warn irnntlw when the officers came, thev found her
properties. All anima's seem to cherish ,
a fondness for it, and it exorcises a kind '
ui suuuuiug iuuucucu uvur litem.
The directions given for taming horses
aro as follows :
Procure somo horso castor, grate it
onco. Also get somo oil ot lluodium and
oil of cumin and keep the three sepcrate j
in airtight bottles.
Hub a littlo oil of cumin upon your
hand, and approach the horso in the field
on the windward side, so that ho can smell
tho cumin. The horso will let you come
up to him then without any trouble.
Immcdiitely rub your hand gently on
tho horse's nose, getting a little of the oil
You can lead him anywhere :
Give him a littlo of the castor on a piece
of loaf sugar, apple or potatoo.
Put eight drops of the oil of Khodium,
into a lady's silver trimble. Take the
thimble between the thumb and middle
finger of your right hand, with tho fore
finger stopping tho mouth of the thimble,
to prevent the oil from running out whilst
you are opening the mouth of the horse.
As soon as you havo opened tho horse's
mouth, empty the thimblo over upon his
tongue and ho is your servant. You can
then teach him to waltz, make a bow, climb
stairs, lie down for you to mount him,como
at any signal you may wish, throw his
rider at the turn of tho whip, stand with
out hitching, you may ride or drive him
wi houl a bridle, and iu short you can
learn him to perform all that is possiblo
for his form t do.
Hide fo irless and promptly, with your
knees pressed to tho sido of the horse, and
your toes turned in and heels out, then you
will always be on tho ilcrt for a shy or
sheer fr un the horse, and he can never
Then if you want to teach him to lie
down, stand on his nigh or left side ; havo
a couple of leather straps about sis feet
long ; string his left leg with ono of them
around his neck ; strap tho other end over
his shoulders ; hold it in your hand, and
when you aro ready, toll him to lie down
at the samo lime, gently, firmly and stead
ily pulling on tho strap, touching him
lightly on tho kuco wi h a switch. The
horfo will immediately lie down. Do this
a luw u0, auu uu u uulku. "u
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He is now your pupil and your friend.
You oan teach him anything, only be kind
to him, be gentle. Love him and he
love you in return.
i" A young woman who had been dis
appointed in love, attcmp'cd to commit
suicide at Pittsburg a fow days since by
iuinmni' into the Allct'lianv river, but was
unable to sink on account of her hooped
1 8Jfirt. As she lioatcd calmly down the
6tr.oa,n ho was rr-scucd, nnd went home
1 quito ashamed of hersell,
j A very importmt scientific question is,
thatthe centro of gravity was situated
sufficiently low to preservo cnuilibrium
that that the amnlitudo of her boons was
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b. " u."b" l" ' "
dency oijtho centre oi gravity. Wo would
considcr ;t a dangerous experiment for
oun i-j;. h0 havo some brains, to Irv.
I 0D( w0 ratbor cucgs they wont do so fool-
ish a thing. If they do, tho current will
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i tnnnlo over, and then flin linnna wil nnr.
topple over, and then the hoops will act
advantageously to keep the head under the
water. If young ladies must drown for
love, they should don proper costume in
which thoy may die agreeably and expedi.
tiously. Wo pity tho poor girl who had to
return homo disappointed
S&" Seeing upon his wifo's shoulder a
largo shawl pin, Mr. D. said :
" In the military, chfgot to booaptaini"
- Sho instantly remarked, pointing to a
third baby in her lap :
"No, rccruting sergeant in the third infan-
A night of Excitement Time iVcgioes
Hung The Fourth having Committed
Suicide in the Jail Yard Tlic Cannon
lit ought out and Ifo Police Occrjmtctrcil
Intense Indignation Laiciu Louis-
ati,oro(i from ii .!,.,, .-i.j.i, I
gradually swelled to several ihou6and
Tho mob rallied on several orcasiong.
but wero still repulsed by tho guard at the I
tnll Af. Innrrth tl ixnrppv rtnmnml nrna
maj0 for tho nogrocs, and somo ten or
twelve sho's wero fired from cither side.'
Still the jail was securo in the hands of the
officers, and tho crowd fell back for a few
minutes, it was only, however, to procure
a cannon, which was taken and placed in
front of the jail ; and being well filled, it
was ready for heavy execution. Another
demand was made for tho negroes hun
dreds swelled their voices in the general
cry and thus overpowered, tho jailor
opened tho doors, when the negroes wero
immediately seized, and threo of them
taken to the Court House Yard and hung
ono upon a tree, in the southwest end of
the yard, and tho other two on the east
side, or Filth street, front to tho Court
House Squaro. The other one ol the four
cut h'S own throat, it is supposed, as ho
left the jail door, and fell dead on the
Thus ends tho tragedy of the Joyce
murder trial. It was a terrible murder
committed, and terrible were tho consc'
quenecs visited upon theso negro crimi
I hese aro the circumstances as near as
wo could learn, It was another damning
outrage upon law and order. Wo have
said a thousand times that there was no
law in Louisville, and tho result of last
night s proceedings is another evidence of
the iact. .Mob law wjs established, sus
tained, endorsed and protected by tho city
authorities some two years ago, and from
that day to this, Louisvillo has been under
the mob rule. On tho evidence aJduced
in tho caso, and the instructions of the
Court which instructions, we are assured,
wero admitted cntiro'y correct by members
of the bar ptcsent the jury could render
no other than a verdict of acq .ittal. It
did seem unjust that such a tcrdbt should
bo given in such a case; but the evidence
was tho cuido to tho jury, and tho Judo
could not change the law. That these
no'roos deserved lunirin:.', hundreds 'will
agree; but tho law must be above tho mob,
or it becomes a dead letter. Louisvillo
has lost millions by mobs already and
this is a lurther wcwlit sho h s to carry
now iu her pcnoral competition with other
cities of tho West.
Wo are a disgraced city, controlled by
mobs, and havo becomo the by-word nd
jeer of tho world. Shall such things be
continued! Arc the laws to remain a dead
letter I Shall tho " huo and cry" of an
incensed multitude control tho city and set
tho action of our courts at defiance? Is
Louisvillo given .tner lo perdition and
hopelessly lost ? The proceedings of last
night arc but tho legitimate fruits of mob
government. Let us unite in restoring
the laws of the land, or co3Sc to be a mu
nicipality. The crimes charged against these ne
groes was killing tho J' yco family, con
sisting of Mrs. Lydia Joyce, her sun,
Richard. 10 years old, Mrs. Welch tho
daughter, a widow, and tho daughter of
Mrs. Welch, 3 years old, and thou setting
fire to tho house. - Louisville Democrat.
A Sister's Love.
A lady who had lately lost a brolhcr by
death, writes us in a vom ot touching sad
ness, to which many afflicted hearts respond
I cannot tell you how deeply 1 am afflicted
by this sudden bereavement. Day after
dav I stand frazinz alter him : strctchine
I out my hands to the unknown shore; call
ins on him for some assuranco that he still
s, and not lost forever, but in vain ; and
I the beautiful faith of ray life reels under
n,0 Crst stroko, Qod foruivo mo. but
oannot hel nt.erinp u If a man aicg, sUa.ll
ho live again!" Wero tho world mine, I
1 would civo it to bo re-assured on this ono
' Pointi uPon which never, in my lifo before,
has fallen the shadow of a doubt."
Ah, mourning sister, that skeptioal
i whm6 wf
. quMtion wniou now tor urcs you, auu uas
inrtnriil iiiillinnn nf Wenrlinir hearts, was
answered to the weeping sisters ot IJctu
any, onco and for all.
If fiery lun' Internal can
Were written on hi. brow.
How many would our pitv .hare
Who rauo our envy now.
13T Tho Southern Cultivator says : ' It
is a solemn fact that not ono marriageable
girl in twenty can make a really good cup
of coffee" A fact so serious as this should
immediately cngago tho attention of all
marriageable girls, Miouia lit it i
XGr" The bread of life is love ; tho salt
of lifo is work ; the suiar of life, poetry
tho water of life faith." Hand us the bread
and sugar , noTcr wind tho salt.
Tho Boston Herald says On tho 28th
ult , at about four o'clo-k in the morning,
a man about forty-two years of age, named
Peter Brannon, proprietot of North
street cellar, was taken into custody for
un assiult of tho most aggravated character
upon his mother-in-law, Mary Flynn, a
survive the ottack '1 ho oause of this as.
sault, which will probably make another
I " murder case" within our precincts, is not
definitely known. Brannon was a littlo
intoxicated at the time, and was drinking
uiiiuuy iroin iuu uccanier. ll is ouown
that ho had been ugly tho day prcvioas,
and it is thought that ho became incensed
at somo remarks made by tho woman.
In the Police Court this fcrcnoon, liran-
non was' fully committed to jail, to await
the result of tho woman's injuries.
The Mother's Influence
The solid rock which 'turns tho cdeo of
tho chisel, boars, forever, the impress of
the leaf and the acorn, received long, long
since, ere it had become hardened by time
and the elements. If wo trace back to its
fountain tho mighty torrent which fertilizes
the land with its copiouB streams, or sweeps
over it Willi a devastating Hood, wo shall
find it dripping in crystal drops (rom somo
mossy crevico among the distant hills ; so,
too, tho gentle feelings and affections that
enrich ond adorn the heart, and tho mighty
passions that sweep away all tho barriers
of tho soul, and desolate society, may havo
sprung up in tho infant bosom, in the shel
tered retirement of home. "I should have
been an atheist," said John Randolph, "if
it had not been for one recollection ; and
that was tho memory of the timo when my
departed mother used to take my littlo
hands in her own, and causo mo on my
knees to say " Our Father, which art in
ZSy-There is no class of men so con
icmptible as sneaks. Men who are lair to
your face in broad day, but who driok
you in the dark. In your proseneo. thoy
are nice a pic, but tho moment your back
is turned they stab you with their slander
ous tongues. Such mon aro scant patterns
of humanity they are cowards and liars,
and deserve the contempt of every high
minded nnd honorable man. Re a nixn
if j ou have anything against your neigh
bor make a cban breast of it, then shake
hands and live like men.
Shocking Munpcn, On tho night of
tho 18th ins'., Messrs. H, K. Eaton, of
IIollidaysburg,and 11 ibert Webb, of Lewis
town, Pa., who were on their way to Kansas
landed at St. Louis Mo., and were soon
afterwards attacked and dreadfully beitcn
and thrown into a stone quarry by their
assailants, whence they were rescued by tho
police Mr. Webb died the following
morning and Mr. Eatonremiinedinavery
critical condition at last accounts. No ar
rests have been made.
t- Topham Rcauclerk, was a strangely
absent-minded p-rson. One day ho had o
party coming down to dinner, and just be
fore their arrival, ho went up sUirs to
change his dress. He forgot all about them;
thought it wa3 bedtime, and got into bod.
A servant who entered tne room to ten mm
his guests wero waitiug for him, found him
EST- A m'scrablo drunken sot, stacgercd
into a Sunday school, end for a few minutes
listened very attentively to tho questions
propounded lo the schol rs, out heing
anxi us to show his knowledge, "ho sto-d
up loaning on tho front of the pew wi.hboth
hands," "I'arson li , said he, "asic mo
eomfof them hard qucs'shuns."
As tho sun in all its masnificenca
was peeping over the eastern hill, a newly
married mn exclaimed, "The glory of tho
world is risiog 1" His wife, who happened
to be rising at that moment, taking the com
pliment to herself, simpered, ''What would
you think, my dear, il I had my new silk
gown on 1"
tSF" Wendell Philips, speakingof our
national aplitudo of p6Htc3j ays : " Put
an American baby six months old on Win
foot, and ho will immediately say 'Mr.
Chairman,' and call the next.cradle to
SwJ-Ncar Cleveland live a halo and
hearty man. whoso wife savs ho is possessed
oi iuu most sensitive ieciiuij m jj.uu
. P 1 1 . . T r - -1 ! J .nil in n.Ant
of which she states, that vhen Bhe goes into
the yard and saws wood uor a nan a aay,
lie sits by the fire with tetVra in, his oyes.
JESSES- If you havca frifind Vho loves you
who has studied your interest and hap
piness defended you when penWuted and
troubled, bo euro to sustain him in his ad
versity. fv A minister who had rccoivcu
number Qf calls, and could soarcely deciutyi
which was the best, asked the advica of i
faithful old Afrioan servant, who replied-
"Massa,gotthere dare i dc moildebblelj