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' A rh army la divided into brlgadex Md rKl""iitM Mtid companion, and thej mmrvv thin ordor In their itutrcli and , PWM- uwmi in ninjentie, w tlio tinioor the . ff worlds extotenue Is dlvidod Into un it-,-army dlvliielv coniinnmlorii tlm friuiin- III' ItrlKBdiit. tha i-untiirloB nro tlio rt'tfi wmM. and the year aro tlio coiii'miiiIcm. ienvartl Into tlio etornlty print, out of mo eternity to comet Forward Ik tin- kwwwnn.anu noiiiinif caniiuut mom. trm though the world ahonhl dlu. While baying my Usxt, "CoiiHldor the youra or jMny K'iiratlonH." I propone to aiiwik of 1m "Chronology of the Uible, or Uod Atmrng the CentHrim." AltllANOINO KVKNTft. '-. We make a dltinutlon hutwccn time Md eternity, but time U only u nloco of gWiririty, and chronology hua boon on r.MNMMl In tlio sublime work or dividing ,nitw. piirtlon of eternity that wo will mtm uiU) t'otnpartmeuta and puttlut; tTtmtain thoir right compartment. It "taUH'iutioh an injtuitico aguliiHt the ji.'ist te wrongly arrauge itn evouUttoit would be an InjitHtlcu if, through ncglout of tironologicul accuracy, It should in the Airduttunt rnturo be naid that Anioricn WHH dl;ovorod in 1770, and tlio Droliim Mon of Indppmidmico woa nigned in 1402, ml Washington bom ou the 2Sd of March, and the civil war or tlio United Utattw waa fought In ItMO. Am Uod puta all the ovuntn or timo in Mm right place, let un bo ouruful that wo ia tint put them In the wrong place. Tlio hroaology or the Dlhle takea six ntcpri, tmt they are htopn bo long It inukou ua twld our breath an we watch the inovo- ewt. From Adam to Abraham. From AbrahaiH to the exodunout of Egypt. jFrom the exodu1 to the roundatlon or fktlotnou'n tumpln. From the roundatlon tfttolumon'H templo to tlio destruction f tkt temple. From tho dtwtructiou at the teuiplo to the return from Uuby teniah captivity. From paliyloniah cap my to tue uinn or Jiiriai. Chronology .takes pen and pondl, and s'l wllltig antroiioiny and history to help wyat "Let ua llx one event from which ( -'to eaiouiaio everything. Lot it lm a uttir, $, ytiu Uethlehum ntur, tho Christmun itar." AhJ from that wo go back and noo the World wan created 4,004 yearn borore Ukrtntt tliadoltlirocilliioU.IVIH vmirHlinfoni f Chrlti the exo'diu out of Kgypt occuirwl ii,i yearit before Uirlot, anil bolomouH 'iml towpte waa destroyed 680 years before M; Cbrkt. Mi Chronology enters tho first chapter of '!"' Qtmoela and aaya the day mentioned ' Uiere la not a day of twenty-four hours, i Imt of agea, tho word there translated aa 5 , ''iwy in other places meaning ages '-H.-d mi the Uible aucount of tho creation -Mu the geologists' account or thocrca- JL ; Hwi aro completely harmonious. Chro- ) ,,-r twlojO'W'terHtho book of Daniel and says JK, that the words "time nud n half mean , yer antl a ImW. ''',''' Chronology outers at auother iwtnt ) - t ', Mt) ahowa us that tho seasons of tho vfe'i, yew were then only two summer and , : winter. We find that tho Bible year wai ' & KO ikj-s Instead or tt(Wj that tho day waa ,,:;., Mtlelatd from A o'clock in the morning , ; M o'oluok ut night! that the night win "' divided lato four watchesmuuoly, the jfi?frr WkW wateh, the midnight, the cock crow M Nt. w early wtch. Tho clock and witfcMt were tnventl so long after th WwrW UHfKti their mission tliat the tiny Ma Hot very sharply divided in Uible times. Akax had a sundial, or u (light i 41m with a folumii at tho ton. and , ' ' Mat aMdow which that column throw on if ' Mm ajs bweath ludlcated tha hour, the j- w ' as4ow leHgtlmdng or wiUulrawlug f " wmm a Id ste. ' . ; Mwt ike events ef life and the events "-V. tt world swved so slowly tot tho . ;jat ftrt In Bible lUwe that they had ''im'.mm ut surH tlmetdeees as we sUuid ;m tw mUU tnr parry in our pocket qpy wnw h nmk Hwjr oare a mill r' docea wmsstHients for one Mt4 weeds to know the exact minute ooe of tketn, The earth itself tltus was the ohief Uiutpieeei. ot iw axis and tlut VHWW lUfl fWWV tcra HUM IW k as iM La.iijjk usuvliml f liA uat nhil fa) JfW THR ALMXMAa MH wmU( Mm JSwrteenthcentwry vm born, tksalHwuwc earelsuly alKwt, net rvalls- im awHmniHWl twrv- than 5,000 years to make had to iHlmc lata Mtotiumeuta of JCot. c Ayrift, mu Mm , IMmUw, Md tits jwttry ot sai Iks wedak stnwit at Ah iMlM of Actlum. and all asttitnaWs IHK wwm be dit to m mto tlw ex Am mk kWUt a4 awtialtor MMS)r WWk yw wlwi ' lfeSSS ) " Si-It lawawl JsUau l-ksHr'! iaW. VS t-tKMC MtfNtM 1-WHiJWF-?. PLB AND FANCY Uce Curtura, m n( Mm rtumc.'i'jt.tf Wlf ri Iff tuisKllljt M $hmH that Mt JH-Mny Ifrt Wfe AwMflWd ft-r iboayiik t tou-Xw,tw rtw mti, wlilcfl WJM iif Old W(triifj M ft Rtflf MortdM, MflPf tll HKKUli whlfch wtilmifitrtmtilM Hmh TiKfday. dWTtH-aW, thfO'1 f Wnf Wedlira. fcjr, aH-f WWH'W. !! 'Ml'f Kod ff lli Hf'afihrtm, Tliiifsflity nflf Tlnir lf -4 rf IhMniW Krldt, fiflt.r f rca. Ihf Kn1(ki of liirtfflMrfe Ami HMtilfdrtf WW KftlNfii. Tli ld IMblv yar lM with (Ih Wth of Mari'li, Not iil.tll mi M tfm fiwl of llic ihohHi tit Jrtfiiirtry fri A,U hoHof In fg-f dfK'iitiifiiis In Kngland of la-log called th flril day of Hie yent Ifiiprovi'iiii'iilrf all l'mf have lfii hlndV In chnmnloKy uiilll lh ralMitMr ii'id Hn nliimlino". Mini thoplork. Mini thr wwli'li Mt'Hi Ut have reached (irrfcvtlmi and nil thrf iiallmis of Christciiilom ImVr similarity of tlmo calculatloim niid havi' wloi'ted what Id frtlltfl "new stylo," ex wpt IttiwlH, which ktftl what Is callwl lln "Old stylo, ' nwl H twelve dny dlf iVrcnt. wi thai writing fnun thera, If von wluli t la accurate, you dale ynui IctU-r Jan. I and .Inn HI. r Dec. 10 and un' VSV. It Is Miinctliing to thank Hod for Ihiit tha iiiihIw are wiroinplrto for, nh'iilMtltig the cycle Ihe eeiilurim the decode the years, the iiionths, thndaya (he hours, the wcontls Think of nialdng apiHiltitineMtsaslii the Dlhle days for the time or the new moon Think or making one or the watches or the night In Dlhle limes a rooster crowing Tho Dlhle says. "Do fore the cock crow tlmii shall deny me hrice,' "lr the Master couieth at tho 'ockcrowing," and that was the way tho midnight watch was Indicated, The crowing or tlmt barnyard bird has al ways been most uncertain. Tha crow ing is at the lowest temperature or tho night, and the amount or dew md tho di rection or the wind may bring tho low cat temjieruture at 11 o'clock at night or ' o'clock in the morning, and at any on or six hours, .lust before a rain tho crowing or chanticleer in tho night Is al most Nrpetnal, UK THANK VVU Compare these modes or marking time with our modes or marking time, when 12 o'clock Is liS o'clock, and 0 o'clock Is I) o'clock, and 10 o'clock Is 10 o'clock, and independent or all weathers, and then thank (lod that you live U"W. Dut not withstandiiig all the imerfect modeH of marking hours or years or centuries Dlhle chronology never trips tip, never falters, never contradicts itseir, and here is one ol' tho btist arguments for the authenticity or the Hcnpt nres ir you can prove an alibi In tho courts, and yon ciui prove beyond doubt that jou were in some particular place at the tlmo you were charged with doing or saying something In quite another place you gain the victory, and Infidelity has tried to prove an alibi by contending that evunts and circumstances In the BllileiwrtlHs! to certain tlmesmust have taken placu at some other time, if they took place at all, Dut this book's chro nology has never iieeu caught at futilt It has lieou proved that when the lie brews went Into Ugypt there weio only so veil ty ot tliuin, and that when thoy came out there wen II, 000, 0(K or them. "Now," says Infidelity, with a guffaw that It cannot suppress, "what an ah surdity! They wont down Into Egypt seventy and came out ll.000.000. That Is a ralKohood on the race of it. Nations do not increaao in that ratio.' Dut, my skeptical friend, hold a moment. The Dlhle says the .lews were 4ll0 years in Ugypt, anil Unit explains the incrcaxj) fnun seventy persons to ll.UOO.OOO, ror It is uo more, hut rather less, than the or dinary ini'reiiMo of nations. The Pilgrim Fathers came to America In the May (lower, one small shipload or iasseugers, less than 3U0 years ago. and now we Imvou nation or 00,000,000. Where, then Is so called Impossibility that tho seventy Jews who went Into Kgypt in 4i!0 yoars become ll.WXl.OOO.' Infidelity wrong nnd Dlblo chronology right. hi'i.i:m)H) nrcviKW Now stop anil retlect. Why is it that this sublime subject or Dlhle chronology has been so neglected, and that tho most or you have never given ten minutes to the consideration of It, and that this Is the first sermon ever preached on thl stupendous and overwhelming theinu? We have stood by the half day or tho whole day at grand reviews and scon nrtuloa pass. Again and ngalu nnd again on the Champa Elysoos Frenchmen by tho hun dreds or thousands have stood nnd watched tho Imnnerod armies go by, ami the huxza has lseu three miles long and until the populace were so hoarse they could liuim no longer, Again and agair and agiUu the Uenimna by huudrds or thousjiuds have stood on tho vdacedaud statued Uuter don Linden, Derllu, and strewn garlands under the reot or mil fortmvl hunts led ou by Von Moltke or lllucher or Frederiuk the (treat. When Wellington nnd Pousonby nud the BcotsUrays came Iwck from Water loo, or WuUeley from F-gypt, or Marl borough from Dlenhelm, what military pnvesslons through ltigiit stii-et aud along by the palace or Isjndou and over the bridges of tho Tlmiues! What al most interminable lines or military 'i the lmta or our American capitals, while mayors and governors and pre! dents, with tmcovervil heads, lookel onl Dut jmt all those grand rexiews to gvther nud theyure tame comiKmid'wIth the review which ou this New Year's day you rroin the ww and I (rom the pulpit witness. lUrlhempaMtlnchronological order all the yivim UTore the tloed: all the y'4r slnw tho tlood, decades abr.BJt, ciiituries abreast, epoch ubrenstt mil kntiluuis alutuwt,, lyptlan civilleatlon, Ubv Ionian population. Assyrian do minion; smiles ot IVrslan, Urtvlaii, lVloHUHeHlau and llomau wars; Dytuu tine emre, nvconlc hosts. cruader of tlw Mrst, the sfiviid, third aud th last avalanche of mom Dark Ages lu aawWr epaulets aud brighter agwwltb aldekla wf silver aud bvlmeU of geld: Italy, fctitolH, France, Irussk, Uvrmatiy, ltogUuil and America, iwut sad pn-autt dyw4ie, feAsl ikuuaiM, despotisms, awMwuvWes, rewWIios, sv oh at. oi ages. ja44Nt today to a wmmu- revttw, ttHMt bu u mm ssaaH Ribbons, Hoikry, LmMm' iWerww, Etc (0W tf tAtuHtfJ col' MfU. hnW hrtltMlit, htrvf ftlin Id. nd imUmiM wHh wrt.WfrW 'rliilm wlllf HwfilN, hiW hmUi Willi Imstlliiew, nw rmHrtiit with lovttninf Jy 7MK MlJHIM W tHM totoKirr. 'flit chfinoloKleal Milily BfToMla, mtMK ntli'f rfrtulc(l llioilulihi. wts dally twd tho mtf imwitirmtliitf In thft UM ibsmsnil llei older ilmlllo Thd mmirtirrtgliiK flimifil M tlmt the wain drlflof HiMinitilHes lins lifii lowatil, beltetnlmil wllh only htrs slid th"fo a Mont rnVwsil (Jrectoll rfyfllcntloti was H vwM liHproreiuriil oil rkyiiDou ilrlll frtllnri. and lliiiiinii HvllKallmi a vati ImproveiiiCiil lift Uredaii clvlllfrtlloil , nnd Christian i.lvlll;atlon li vail Imj provemMit on llomau clvlllxatlim. ' What was the boosted ago of IVrlcles comimred wllh tha ago of Ungfellowj nud Tennyson? What was tueen HIIimi belli as A ssduien of moral woliianhoml compari'd with Quwii Vlclorlo? What1 werelln iruiil warriors of olden tl. it's compsied wllh the most distinguished warrloisof the Inst Imlf century, nil of them as lunch dlMlngulKlied Tor kindness and gissl morals as ror prowess th" two military lenders of onr civil war .i northern and southern slihicouiiuuiilcaiit member of Clirlstlou churches, and their home life as pure its tlieir public life? Nothing Impresses me in this chrono logical review more than the fact that the regiments or year are Is'tter and better regiments as the trwps move on I thank (bid that you ami I weru njl bom any sooner than we were Ixirn iluw could we have endured the tll'iintcr or Is'iug iHirn lu the Eighteenth or Hev euuijuth or Bixtecnth century? (Dad am 1 that we are in the regiment now kim ing the reviewing stand, and that our children will pass the stand luastill bet ter regiment. Uod did not build thia world tor a slaughter house or a deu ol i infamy. A gissl deal or cleaning house will bo' necessary before this world becomes as clean and sweet as it ought to lie, but the Orisons, and the scrubbing brnsho-. ' and the upholsterers and plumbers aro aln.idy busy, and when the world getB fixed up, iw It will bo. ir Adam nnd Cvo ever visit it, as I expect thoy will, thoy will soy to each other, "Well, this beats parodise when we lived tlioro. and tho peors and the plums ure better than wo plucked troin tho first trees, uod tho wardrols's are more complete, and the climate Is better." Since I settled In my own mind tho tact that Ond was stronger than tho devil I have nover lost faith in the euiporodisotion of thin planet. With the exception of a rotrogrebsion in tho Dark Ages, the movement of tho world has been ou and ou, and up aud up, nnd 1 have two jubilant hosannns ouo for the closing year and the other for tho now year i ItraOTUAUTY. I Dut tho other thought coming out of this subject is that Dibllcal chronology, and indeed all chronology, is urging tho world to more punctuality and immedi uteuitss. What on unsatisfactory and in deliuile thing it muni hove been for two buxliicsn men in the tlmo of Ahaz to make an appointment, saying. "Wo will settle tlmt business matter tomorrow when tho shadow on the dial of Ahar. reaches the tenth step from the top," or "I will meet you in the street called (Straight lu Damascus In the time of the new iuimiii," or when asked in a court room what time an occurrence took placu should answer, "It was during the time of the latter ruin." or "It was m the tilue of the third crowing or tho barnyard!" You aud I remember when ministers or the (lospel In tho country, giving out u notice of un evening sendee, instead of saying at 0 or 7 or b o'clock, would say, "The service will begin at early candid light." Thank Uod for chionological achievements which have ushered in cal ouilars aud almanacs aud clocks aud watches, and ot so cheap a rote all may possess them! Chronology, beginning by appreciating tho value of years ami the value ol days, bus kept ou until it cries out, "Mail, immertal: wuuiuu, lin mortul, look out tor that minute; look out for tlmt secoud!" We tolk o great deol obout tho vnluo of time, but will nover fully appieclate Its value until the last fragment of it has passed out of our possession forever The greatest fraud a man can commit U to rob another of his tlmo. Hear It, yo laggards aud ropeutt All the fingers of chronology point to punctuality ns one of the graces. Tho minister or tho lec turer or business man who comes to his place ten minutes after tho appointed time commits a crime the enormity of which can only bo estimated by multi plying tho uumber of poraous present by teu. It the engagement be made with five Mraona, he has stolen fifty minutes, for he Is ten minutes too late, aud ho lias robbed each or the live persons ot ten minutes apiece, aud teu times five are Ufty D there bo 600 persous present and ho bo teu minutes too late, he bus commit tod a robbery of 6,000 minutes, for ten time 600 nrv 6,000, ami 6.000 minutes aro eighty-three hours, which make more than three days. Tho thief of dry goods, the thlet of bank bills, U not hulr so bad aa the thief or time. MH.K KXAllCLKS. Dr, Rush, the greatest and busiest phy alclan ot his day. appreciated the value ot time, ami when asked how he luul been able to gather so much Information for ids Iwoks uud lectures ho replied: "1 have been able to do it by economizing my time, I iwve not spent ouo hour lu amusement in thirty years." Ami tak lug a blaukbook from hU pocket he a.ild, "I till a book like this every week with thought that occur to me and facta col kcted tu the room or my patients " Napoleon appreciated the value of time wheu the sun was sluking upon Waterloo, and he thought that a little more tiiao would retrieve hU fortune aad he pointed to the aiuking tun aud aald. "What would 1 not give to be this day possessed of the power or Joshua and enabled tu retard thy march for two henwl" Tha good old wouiau npwci ated tlwvalaeof Umewheci at ninety three years ot age she said, "Tlw Judo el all tU earth do uat meaa that 1 11. B.LK.1U0, Swrciary 03E1. DRY GOODS.' :i . .jhftf any ( tii tot H I ini pt iinMliiiinwIil." t .t t . Vnlfnrf, Ifi MMl InfhH MffM. HIhI lh Viilw Vt llmi whH In riMlW In imrniMifn l Mhl to id nVlftfi "J will nUn yn Imlf f-f what 1 m worth W yon will tiUo filial Month ut llf Md'l itlisri mlil tlml he cwM hot llv ri Wll(( III bill" lf)(0 fPW ftflI Mill "TIimi I Muill k In Mir' .Mm WVslsy utitiffilnlHl IhrtvnliKi of Uinnwlirfi li 1ms1 on bin Met walllliX ff rtMnyrd carilflio l Inli" Idril l iiililwiti Myliut. "I lwv lost Ion inlnilU tomtt.' Lofd Mclfoii nitirw'MI1 tlio valim of tlmo When ha raid, "1 urn mrrrylliln In llmwoflil to Irtlngnlwnyan iiaflfrof an hour hf forr-haml." A floflkinoker In wid of tho old Kn llsh (owns npprftclnlnl tlio valuoof linn wlieii In) put on (ho front of tlio low clock the words, "Now or wlien'f" Mild, el, th" iialrniioincr, njijif eclated tho Vfllm of tlmo wheu ho snld, "I bavo well n the habit of calculating tho vnluo of i thousandth pnrt of a second." That mil ls(.rof tho(ioH illil not npprrclnlo Ih Viiliirt of tlmo who duriiijt a seacoti lllnes.1, lusteml of employing his tlmo useful loading or writing, wroto a si roll,ious loiiiiuice, which In omo i known way enmo Into tlio possession tho fomotis Joo rJinltli, who introdm tlie hook as a divine rnvolatlon, whl boiiie (he rouiulntlon of Monuonl the most Isiistly nhomlnntlonof all Hi They bent appreciate tho valuo of tl whoso (sabbaths havo been wastel n whoso opportunities or roismtnnco a. nefnlnum ore all ngono, and who h,t nothing left but memories, baleful n elegiac. They stand In the bleak Hi tember, with Imre feet, on tho shn ntuhhlo of a reaped wheat Hold, cryli, "Tho harvest Is pastl" And tho sough . an autumnal eiiulnox monus for;h , echo, "The harvest id pastl" Till! LAHT OF AM. Dut do not let us get an imprcssto from chronology that because tho yea of timo huvo been so long In proccssii thoy aro to go on forever. iMnttcr is no eternal. Nb, riot If you watch half day, or a wholo day, or two days, ns once did. to hco a militnry proccssioi you remember tho last brigiulo, and tl. lust regiment, nnd the last company final ly passed on, nnd as we roso to go wi said to each other, "It is all over." Bo this mighty procession or earthly years will terminate. Just when I have no power to prognosticate, but scieuco confirms the Dlhle prophecy that the earth cannot always last. Indeed thert has been a fatality of worlds. Tho moon is merely tho corpso of what it onco was and scientists havo again and again gone up in their observatories to attend the deathbed of dying worlds und have seen them cremuted. So I am certain, both from the Word of Uod and science that the world's chronology will sooner oi later como to its lust chapter. Tho dual century will arrive nnd pas on, aud then will como tho final decade anil then the final year, and thu dim, month, and tho final day. Tho last spring will swing its censor of npplo blossoms nnd tho last winter bank itu snows. The last sunset will burn liko Moscow 'ind tho Inst morning ludloto tho hills. The clocks will strike their lost hour, und the watches will tick their last second. No incendiaries will bo needed to run hither and you with torches to s.t tho world ou tire. I Chemistry teaches us that thoro is a very inflnmmublo clement in water. Whilo oxygen mokes up a part or the water, the other part or tho water la hy drogen, and that is very combustible Theoxygon drown ou t from tho water, the inflammable hydrogen will put instantly Into conflagration tho Hudsona nnd bu vnnnohs und Missibslppis nnd Rhinesnnd Urols and Danubes, nnd Atlantic and Pacific and Indian nnd Mediterranean sens. And then tho nngel of Uod, sconding from tho throne, might put oue foot on tho surf of tho sea nnd tho otht on the beach und cry to the four wind or huivon, "Time was, but timo shall be no longer!" Yot, found In Christ, par doned and sanctified, wo shall welcome the day with moro glndness than you over welcomed a Christinas or Now Year's morn. Winn wrapt In Hro the nslnw tit ilher glow Anrt lii'iiu-nN limt tliuiHUirs.lmki-iittioei.rtli be- Irm, Tlniu, iimlUmnyi'il, xliull o'er Ihn ruin umllo And llw'ltl thy tonh at nutuie'ii (iinvral pile. I'Iij.I.-hI Culture hi Women'. Collrcrs, Tho whole answer to tho tiuestiou, Is the health of tho nvcrago young woman equal to the successful prosecution of the work of a college course? may bo given in the briefest terms aa follews: Tho tast duty of tho college authorities is to give just as careful a physical ex amination for original eutr.inie as their examination lulu tho applicant's scholar ly proficiency, and tlieir next duty, tho appllcnut having been admitted, is to see that her advancement Is symmetrical and that she is led across the threshold or mature womnnhood as well equipped by rcio-on of bodily ktrength aud devel opment us by that or Intellectual und moral development for the full enjuy ment of life's pleasures, tasks und vuri ouh wholesome activities. lu tho future tho question whether or not it young woman's health is quUo safe at college will be absurd upon its race It will bo absurd because ouo ol the definitions of a woman's college will be. A place where tho health or young women U sedulously and scientifically guarded, and where her physical strength ami well Ihiuj are systematically devel oiod. Tangible progress toward th.s ldU lias been made within a very few years, hut us ji-t we have oidy a beginning.- Rev iow ur Reviews, Tim I'utuuiitlo. "t'otomato" is the name given a curt oua manufactured vegetable wldch owe its origui to Dr, U. C, Culnor. of Atcld fon, Kau. For more than twenty years tho doctor ha been cxjicrimenting with a viw oX crossing tho potato and tomato vluca. It U claimed that tlds lias at last been accoandished nud tla a pxiM of viuo baa been thus literally jnanufactured, and that It wUl produce both potato arid tomatoes, both of which grow la their aatral ekmttita, 8t Louli Rattle. win::. .'...-. - - mi MSI" i;wsnn-fi, Vant i,t Hit i'i iMMtMM tM iWitsfsrl iiAVfi JihI lflii ffrttfi'l H IW miI vt Dirt (Vim in VmU fofMHlM. oh, They r ttr om ft ?Um Irtmla ofldliiMo'l ilnrlnif 1 1 lfrf hh ot iirolir l "I"" ' '' imil aixl lli lltinlnrf of llw Thlfd ow tury t out Urn, Thoy f i". m l would flfliii. ilslachwl jiloosa or 1i-j,l'M lmtafroiIMi in llisinwIrK Tlio are maska imI tot selal eliw f MillfllliiN,niid lllcr fiioit of III tyt llnoiiri(HilllMCotiirtff(iii Ihoufavo, Tlio dotnrll iillil"f of WMllll fainlllM wero prorlileil not only Willi wotilolieM, hut with rt soft of Armor eonijxtfsd of sevof aI piece, which oomplolsly UiOfld tho ilrnd Isaly. Tho feot wuro llirtut into n jiockel shnH afffllr llfco n cr rlsxo fool wiimif r. aiiiI sopufAlo I'Uom woromndo forohwt ami iieok. A well m tho hair, with n innok for tho fftCo, which of(n reseinbled tho feature of tho doAri.-Hl Louis I'osHHaiinloli. Our Vensfslliia fi,r I'oImiiiIiih, 'Jlioro wiim n IiIkoIoiI Now Yorker of Dutch l(wtituiil i r-jM'ft'l mom ory who nscil lo miiv i( tlio two liolliliiyn lie kept vvi-K" hiirtliiiimiuiil tlio niiiilviu'Miry of tln clciit olonii tlmt Mow tlio I'urlldiiu off tlio count of Now York ntnl oiilo lliocoimtof MiiHHnchiiaottrt. In our vciiorntloii for ColuiilliUfl wo North AliinrhvuiH linvo Ijcoii moro jiolllo tlinn 111 urtiqiio Knlckpibockor, mid linvo mndono miggi-tlioii if nnyjioMHlMo debt tlmt wo own to tliiwo ndvpnttir ouh blrda wIioko oiiiioiDiiio lllglit lured tlio HjmniHh citrnvolH Into moiommthi'rly t'ottiw, mid IcftVIr trlnliL ntlil 7.fllliUliilniuillM In bit flfHi wttlcclliythoKnirllHli. iitii, ni'iiin; mi' ja'iiiuu no.' wij iu'u, wo may piopeily bo mlndfi:! of oui jitttl.ei.iK tin. pt'opio in. W"'N flfiiililii ,1,lifvnHritiu tt PtllllliMIIM 111 tlmt having found out tlio way to tho tho Amoricnn er.tititiunt, ho lolttho Hottloinont of tlnn'tid of It lo tho Bona of (hobo rutioiiH of nortliuni EurojK) which, ol nil tlio pcoploH of thoir tiny, had uhowii tho most Htrcit uouh npprodution of personal liberty nnd tho grouti'Ktnptitudo for popular ROvernitiL'iit. Ilnrper'H Buznr. ICi-ikI I ii (r li I.lni'H tit tlio Vrlt. nio ntKOtto or lnnic brncolot ix, nccoi-dliigtonutlioiitiosoiipnlmiHtr-, U) 00 IOIUKI at uio ouho oi too I1UIH1, nnd forma tlio lino or lines which mark tho junction of luiml nud wrist. Ono fiuch lino, if unbroken, deep and etrongly marked, i'J mipposetl to fore toll a happy lifo und to indicate calm ness of tlinposition ; if tlio lino is clinined that is, crossed nud re crosbcd by numerous Htnnll lines tbo inuication is or a uiom innor. two such lines indicate happiness and long mo, wmio tnreo term tno magic bracelet, adding great riches to tho othor blcHsings. Tho addition of tho third lino to tho other two is rare. Desbarolos, tho great authority on palmistry, found it in only threo cases, in all of which tlio outward in dications seemed to confirm tho omeu. Exchange. rapr of One Kind. Glanders It is said that papor can bo used effectively in keeping a por Bon warm. Gozloy That is vcryfruo. 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