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The Trial of Baiter.
Domestic Habits of the Swedes.
The Children at Bed-Time.
General Caster’s Successor.
The daring of the man was as remark
able as was nis loug immunity from dis
The trial of Baxter, the Nonconform
These settlements consist of two or
Ever, •y? parent who has been in the hab-
General Nelson A. Miles, who has of
In these times of wondrous and start-:
1 rainembbr a morn behind the mills, .
closure. He mingled freely and openly ling political events, such aD eruption it of reafting or talkin,
late taken General Custer’s jjlace as an ist, supplies aD admirable specimen of perhaps four houses, with the necessary
When blackbirds sang,
with ship-owners, and made even a parade mi^ht npt so deeply stir the nation;, but
Ones after they are sal tely tucked in bed Indian fighter, is a native of Massa the fashion in which a criminal case was out-buildings, aud seemed generally in
And sbeep-belis rang,
of his professed connection with the Turk
will bea witness to the value of this mode chusetts, and has had a remarkable career conducted under these respectable aus habited 4by the aeveral members of the
F.troff, and all things else were still,
ish army, and his mission to the United
influi nee. With the laying off of the of advancement in the army. He was pice» in the year 1685. When the trial same family. S >me of them have existed
But the rising bream i
States. He was among General Newton's-
anger, worries and discon- born in one of tbe upper towns of Wor came on, a crowd of those >who loved a considerable time, and are occupied
infant republic had been well nigh ex
In the pictured stream,
most honored guests at the Hell Gate ex hausted!—when the sword bad just l>een tents ofjthe day subside. t With the brief
cester county. The second year of the and honored Baxter filled the court. Two now by the grandchildren or great-grand^
plosion. He was a prominent person at
And the noise of water about the mill.
sheathed upon the retiring of a foreign season of prayer they fly still further into war of the rebellion found him a clerk Whig barristers of great note, Pollexfen children of the original set’ler«. Origin*
every scientific experiment in this vicin
_ 1 when the little in a erpekeryware 6tore in BostoD.S He and Wallop, appeared for the defendent. ally tbe Government granted „free gifts
foe—an, armed rebellion agaiust the CÖO- the baJcground. And
I remembered a maid in her sweet youth,
ity, and his visits toGoveiner Winchester
they seem to vanish was but little more than 21 years of age, Polle/fen had scarce begun his address of land, but they have now ceased to dd
Whose gentle days,
were quite frequent. The inventor of a
¡9 plastjc to the and had had no military experience. It to the jury, when the Chief Justice broke this, and the number of the sett ten doe»
. lu village ways,
torped>»-boat now in the East River was
. ' >
not appekr to be receiving many addi
fari t touch o| the loving father or mother.
wras proposed to raise a company in the forth:
Were passed in simple work of truth;
persuaded into the belief that his inven
from outside. The bouses usually
The summer's day,
tion would, through Colonel EHinboro's
consist of two or more large rooms on ’
• • Sped fast away
recommendation, be adopted by the Turk
with h$l ihed attention to what is read to Wilson, aud young Miles had an uncle of the faction. This ¡s an old rogue,, a the ground-fl'M^r with l<>fta alnrve, and.
' In a dream of love, In a time of youth.
ish Government, and some fear is ex cumstances.
them. * Hymns,
the Scriptures, Bible who took considerable ioterest in its schismatica knave, a hypocritical villain. vast chimney-hearths in one corner, in.
pressed that the bogus agent nrav take
I remember the spring in garb of green,
with close attenti^ti, formation, with the view of making hi» He hates the Liturgy. Ho would Lave which the logs of pine, some two or
advantage of the iutimate knowledge he
The light heart glee
is stilled, or the nephew its Second Lieutenant. When nothing but long-winded c int without three feet in length, are piled ^pright
obtained of the peculiar features <»t this
sleep. .Or con the officers came to be chosen, he had book;” and then his Lordship cast up his when a fire is wanted; being fit, they
That came to me
invention. The facility with which the gallant soldier. If not a native of
versation m iy take the place of reading. some votes for First Lieutenant over an eyes, clasped his hands, and began to burn up in a few minutes into a roaring,
With the smile of my love at seventeen;
man could fabricate f ilselio >ds was ouly
other member, who felt he had a better sing through his nose in imitation of fire which gives out an intense heat. The
Her laugh that weul
less remarkable than their inconsistency was spent in that State, anti in the State Tbe\vi|| that was iu a state of nsiatauce
an bout ago is now relaxed. The anger right to that distinction. The Captain what he supposed to be the Baxter family live chiefly in the kitchen, and
Like woodlan^l scout
with his appearance and bearing; for he
that ¿lind'.d moral discernment has sided with this latter officer, »nd this style of praying: “Lord, ve are thy this and the guest-chamber are ab-.mt
To my soul—that time on the daisied green. was not of the plausiblekiud, but slroug-
passed %way. With open heart the child made so much bad feeling that Lieu people, thy peculiar people, thy dear twenty or thirty feet square, and furnished
faced and reticent, wearing every feature
And though I knov the days are spent,
with a kind of sofa-bedstead which pulls
tenant Miles left the company to join people.”
which an honest man has the light to ing of , a restless disposition, and a utters its confe.ssions, and gladly receives
That love was lost
P.Jlexfen gently reminded the court Out so as to afford a steeping accommo
the staff of ,one of the Generals in the
wear. His falsehood» were really master
When came the frost
Plank for the morrow can be discussed, divisioh. His advancement was astonish that his late majesty had thought Baxter dation of about five feet six inches by •
ly in character.. On one occasion he rep a promjpt and hearty leader. The rebels
At summer’s eiose of my content;
duly can be made to put on an at- ingly rapid, from that time out, and he deserving of a bishopric. “And what three feet. The kitchen itself is not over
resented that he had had a lengthy inter
Yet some Joy stays
form. Irritations can be looked had soon occasion to smile upon the ailed the old blockhead, then,” cried clean, nor are the. personal habits of the
view with General Sherman and President
In winter days
and admonitions to watchful- petty bickerings that put him in the way Jeffreys, “that he di/1 not take it?” His people without reproach iu this respect;
Grant at the Hoffman House, and that was toil high; that the State Senate was
And bright Its Joyous complement, ■
dropped with soothing effi-. of it. He was often in fights, and won fury now rose to madness. He called yet thq guest-chamber, the linen, and the
tbe President had announced to him there
distinction constantly. At the battle of Baxter a dog, and swore that it would be crockery, leave nothing to be desired.y
that he proposed visiting Turkey at the aristocratic; that the lawyers were ex cacy ! ir nto the listening ear. And then
Chancellorsville this almost raw youth no more than justice to whip such a viL . The houses are surrounded by a small
Career of a Daring Adventurer in expiration of his term. It is understood
was thrown into a position in which he lain, through the whole city. Baxter clearing where' tbe settlers cultivate for
that no such interview to >k place. Jle
They de tense “ “dear father,” “dear mother,” with Lad command for some hours of a most himself attempted to put in a word, but tlieir own consumption sufficient oats and
was usinecessarily 4» scarce. _
The card from Mr. Hiram Cran-ton, has publicly announced in many p’aces J manded the ......
suffi- which the “good nigfit” is said. Parents, important portion of the line. He held the Chief Justice joined all expostulation other grain, hay, and potatoes. They
that Senator Jones, of Nevada, had made
published in The World, »nd touching the
cient tb meet (lie wants of the suffering if you have
Dot thus parted from >your it with rare credit, but came out of tbe in a torrent of ribaldry and invective, sow their corn in June, and so rapid is
him an offer of $25,000 a year to intro
swindling perfoimance of Coloael H. B.
bird 1 in igs at the eveûing hour, you have action severely wounded. This madje mingled with scraps of H^dibras. “My tbe growth under tbe influence of the
Edinboro, claiming to be a special agent duce a method of making artificial ice made * legal tender; aud 'they, alsb de 8ometli png yet to learn of hopeful iustruc- him not ouly a General, but a very dis Lord,” said the old man; “I have been lengthened days that they reap the har
of the Turkish Government, created a into India; and even went so far as to en mandril that the General Court should tion—1 (o experience of love’s delights.— tinguished soldier, and attracted to him much blamed by Dissenters for speaking vest in six or seven weeks afterward, and
gage» competent civil engineer, at a sal
genuine sepsation among the mauy ac
the attention of the regular army offi disrespectfully of bishops.’1- “Baxter for sometimes get two crops in their short
be retr oved from Boston to some place The HI vrking Churcl. Ti
quaintances of that person in this city. ary of $5,000 a year, to assist him, and to less ar stocratic. The General Court was
pronounced him to be possessed bishops,” cried the Judge. “That’s a season. The cultivation is restricted to
provisionally secure a large steamer to
According to Mr. Cranston, Edinboro
of the best elements of a military com merry conceit, indeed. I know what you the actual wants of tbe settlement, ss the
came to bis hotel in Septeinlier last, rep transport the necessary supplies. Senator discontent uf the complainants, With
mean by bishops—rascals like yourself difficulty of transit precludes tbe possi
resenting himself as an officer in^.the Jones says he never met tlte man but the ex jerience
Kidderminster . bishops—factious, sniv bility of a market for the surplua. Cattle'
of worthless paper money
for sot be time, and have become full pf ond to almust no man in
Turkish army, and sent to this country to once—then for but a very short time, and in mird
the volunteer eling Presbyterians.” Again Baxter es and popies, and sometimes sheep and
examine into the torpedo service of the that do such proposition was made or more of it, but they west so far as to pass grease land dirt may be again used in the forces of tbe State, whea the war end sayed to speak, and again Jeffreys bel poultry, are kept at each station, but tbe
United States. Owing to various causes, thought of. Meanwhile the luckless civil an act whereby certain arrears of taxes place 4f new one», To clean, a solution ed. He jvas selected to take charge of lowed: “Richard, Richard, dost thou food of the family is limited to. fish— .
of perAianganate pftash in water is pre Jefferson Davis while the latter was the think we will let thee poison the court? which is dried for winter use—milk,
be was allowed to.refiiaiu in the hotel engineer bad refused a desirable offer on might be paid in product.
pared I of such a strength that it ap Government's prisoner, which brought Richard, thou art an old knave. Thou black or rather brown flat brecj, I, and
until two or three weeks ago, never having
But the recusants would not be satis-
paid a dollar for board, when he disap boro’s pretensions. Inquiry at the Turk fied. Bodies of armed men interrupted pears If a wine color, and into this is the him into notice all over the nation. A hast written books enough to load a cart, dried reinflesh, with an occasional chi jange
peared, leaving not only a very, large un ish Consulate in this city m&le it evident the sessions of the couits in several unserviceable sponge immersed, And al few years since he was married at the and every book as full uf sedition as an in tbe sba ipe of game or wild-fowl killed •
paid bill at the New York Hotel; but ¡hat all of his pretenses were absolutely counties, and in the month of December, lowed to remain in the liquid for some West to a relative of General Sherman. egg is full of meat. By the grace of God on the hili Is or lakes. Everywhere, even
>rest houses, the moat excellent
other debts of greater or less amount to fal>e, and it is a remarkable fact, that, 1786, phays appeared with a large force, time. When taken out and squeezed, it Fortune seemed to 'favor him in evpry I'll look after thee. I see a great num in the poorest
various parties in New York and vicinity. despite the publicity of his preteuses and at W< kcester and at Spriugfield, and pre- is nex| put into diluted muriatic acid of respect. He is a mean, of fine pbyaical ber of your brotherhood waiting to know coflfee' is obtainable; the,green berries be
The disclosure was, as said, a genuine the magnitude of his proposed operations, ventet I the holding of courts at those ordinary commercial quality, being im fiame and with an unusual endowment of what will befall their mighty Don. But, ing roasted over the fire and ground
surprise. “Edinboro Bey,” as he called this is the first intelligence of him that places! . The January following, at the mersed and kept saturated therein some manly
if he - ■—
as success- hy the grace of Almighty God, I will whenever a cupful or more is wanted.—
himself, and so had his cards engraved, has been received at the Turkish office. head <j >f full two thousand armed men, time as before. Tie moyt appropriate rul in fighting Indians as he has been in. s?rush you all." The noise of Weeping Popular Science Monthly.
was remarkably stalwart, soldierly and He«ce the daring of the man may be es he mal b*ehed to capture the Arsenal at strength of this acid solution is about ten all bis other army experience, he is des w.as heard from those who surrounded
s raightforward iu bearing aud address. timated, for he must have felt that be was Spring ptield; but- the State ,militia had parts water to one part Acid.
tined to be their conqueror. There is Barter. “Sniveling knaves!" said the
Russia Unprepared for War.
hourly on the brink of discovery, when
He is a man of undoubted culture, and,
probably no instance in Massachusetts Judge.
■« .’■■ "*■■■
preparations could n >t be made for gathei
treatment, squeezed well to free it from
if stories told of him are true, had a rec
When the. Powers resolved on meeting
escape. To add c'imax to his reckless aud uj pdaf command of Gen. Shepard the acid, and then washed well iu good soldiers where a man, ■ without influeace
ord as an unusually dashing officer in the
to aid him, has fiseu so high.— Hartford
in Oo.iferenci, neither Engian i, Frauce,
they g fave battle, and ptft the rebellious
spriug water. When taken out it will be Courant.
Confederate Navy. According to his own disregard of consequences, he gave the hosts to
Gcimany, Italy nor Asrtiia wautvd war.
dinner at Deliuonico’s—no one of his
The moment a man achieves success Geimituy had no interests sufficiently im-
story, corroborated somewhat by the tes
__it£ troops the insurgents fled in found to be quite clehn, fo have again as
gu< sts being aware of the disclosures at the Sitai
timony of other persous, he entered the
iq.taut <>r immediate; Frm Ce wa->ne.t<>er
> Oiflnibua Horses in Paris.
the New York Hotel; anil even then dismay, leaving three dead, and one all foreign matter. Sponges treated in
how poor, how obscure, how “no ac wiilinu n ir'aide; Italy was in tbe tame
sei vice of tbe East India Company, wheu
made several startling statements as to
this way become like new. Tbe main
a mere boy. afterward served in thq Brit
-The omnibus horses of Paris are al count’’ be used to be, and to express condition; and as for England, her policy
ish navy, then iu the navy of the late
most invariably animals of exception’ll wonder and astonishment that he should migut t>e not to make war NgaiuaiTurkey.
Ou ¡the following day they were pur-
to the pecuniary advantage of the gentle
and beauty, Strong, white and ever have ^amounted to anything.1" Tbe It was the same with Au-trn, who might,
Confederacy, and afterward in Peru.
men present. This with the momentary sued bv an increased force under Gen. uughly saturated both by the perman
Egypt and Turkey. It seems reasonably
stall ion#, selected with fiset that fie has amounted to something, indeed, have resisted the opinion of
probability of his arrest.
certainthat he was ¡for a.ti me, at 'least,
care in the markets of Normandy. —that he has proved himself a success— Hungary, who was pressing her to make
It is told of him, wneihcr truly or one them taken prisoners, the remainder es should be allowed ample time to soak great
or Brittany. J They aie all well sei-ms to make some of his acquaintan war lor Tui key.
iu the Turkish Davy, but his representa
of the stories fiis own fertile brain pro caping northward. The prompt action through the mass; cire must also be ob
tions at the time of his appearance in
trained, and never over ces feel that they have been 'ipobed in a
Thus, <>f the six c mferring Powers, fir«
tha State authorities crushed out the
manner, and that by «) much as he had would ur could not niaae wa *: aud tnese »
New York, last September, we-e undoubt
edly fal.-e. .Two gentlemen, now at the out its truth—that, during the late war, offered
red to such as would lay down their with plenty of water at the eud of the belonging to it. These ten horses go risen above them in positioner influence, five Powers hud no oiher means uf acting
he, with a few companions, captured a
New York Hotel—Colonel Hiram Fuller,
out every day. Thus, during the four by so much they are dwarfed. Men who on the Porte but by a moral pressure?
full-manned steamer, aud, after securing arms 3 pnd return to their allegiance, of
and Hon. Charles D. Poston, had been in
teen hours* service, the horses, aio have groped blindly to fiad a fitting Since tuen everyuody kn.ws what has
the trea ure on board, escaped through
troduced to him in Loudon, some months
B aked O melet .—Boil half a pint of changed five tirne^. Beitig .thus careful place for the exercise of their talents, i passed. All know wuat disapp dntmeut
the blockade into Wilmington Harbor. Foui rtcen of the chief of the conspirators .creanj
or rich milk; beat six eggs thor ly managed, their strength and speed en fioj it,And with it come naturally appre Russia experienced. She mobilized her
before, and when he arrived at the hotel,
were e tried,
anl l convicted, and sentenced
bringing with him several large trunks At this time he is said to have been duly to d£ath,
—they will be nicer if the whites dure long years of service.« It is not ciation, money, influence, prosperity. troops..
Ouce more people have per
marked wi:h the TfirkLh crescent and comm ssioned as a Confederate officer. Danii 41 Shays removed to Sparta, N. Y., snd ^elks are besteu separately; have a uncommon to see horses that have been Can their good fortune cause anything ceived that at present! as it was tweuty-
star, they introduced him in turn to Mr. However this may be, those who knew when •» he died at an advanced age, Sep- deep; dish hot and buttered; stir the in the service of f the company for fifteen but' rejoicing m a magnanimous and five years ago, as it was seventy-five'
Cranston. The hotel was crowded with him here unite in testifying to bis extreme tember 29tli, 1825. .
And that was beaten eggs, wittj a little salt, into the years, and they are still capsule of going noble mb in di There are very few men of years ago, Russia is the paradise of pre- x.
guestB, but a room was secured for him
“Sha;r»’ Rebellion.’ The following an- creadi; put all quickly into the dish, and through their daily task. Great care is mote before the public who have not vaiicatipg contractors, who build nplen-
several days later, and theie be lemained fies rarely united with a genius fur tell ecdote in connection therewith is worth bake i from five to ten minutes, depending taken not to overstrain their strength. fought their war up through poverty, did hotels in the m<Mt elegant quarters *
ing lies. It is conjectured that he has
untjl bis disappearance.
upon the condition of the oven.
It At tbe foot of1, each of the hills that obscurity, disaster; and countless opposi of Paris ou . the profits of the stores they
tions of adverse circumstances. . In fact, did not supply to the Russian Army.
He was a maa thoroughly calculated to gone either to New Orleans or San Fran- • La :e
¡1 at night,
„ . after the repulse of the shou d be lightly browned and taken di- diversify the surface of the streets of
' cisco.— N. Y. World.
deceive the meat sceptical, and the very
Paris (there are thirty-one of those hills), almost «rerybody “that is anybody” has Once more it has been seen tljit tbe *
insurgents at Ordnance Hill, in their ad-
daring of his representations contribute d
extra horse is always in waiting to had to fight for his crown, »nd when he Ru.-sian arsenals wanted cannon, and the
vancu upon the Arsenal, Shays sent a
Pt un G ravy .—Mince an onion finely,
to maketbe deception successful. In bis
flag of truce to Gen. Shepard requesting fry i| in butter to a dark brown color, aid in dragging the heavy vehicles up' gets it, bk'Miidn’t everybody rejoice with cannon wanted powder; that the army
assumed character as Turk oh agent, lie
The terrible habit of opium eating, to that’ :he bodies of five of his men who had
the ascent. Nor is the moral side, so to him? DoHbtless there’s many and many
badly clad, badly fed,'and badly
met many ship-owners in South street, which s-> many unfortunates become vic been killed in the late engagement then»dd tliree-quarters of a pint ofs;ock, speak, of the horses’ training neglected. a rough diamond that is never polished armed; that the Emperor Nicholas, if he'
and to them he made several proposition tims, genet ally origiuutes duting illness, shou d be sent to him. The officer who pep[ ;r aud salt to taste, a small piece of The pairs, once formed, are never sep and set, but lies buried,in mountain again iM|>ected the mobilized troops,
looking to the charter of their ve-sels for wheu it is taken to relieve paiu. Some, m«t (he flag, and who presented the case lean lain or bacon minced small, a little arated, save in the case of accident or gulches, covered with /aud. Many a would return to his tomb, killed by du- -
the Turkish service.’ Captain Stead, of acquire it during great mental despond to his commander, returned to the mes Wor ¡ester sauce, a sprig of thyme and sickness. They occupy the' same stall “mute, inglorious Milton” sleeps in quiet may at bavin g thought tbtft his whole
one if parsley. Let it boil five minutes;
country churchyards; but the world is
tbe steamer Prof'eteor Marte, was one of ency; others from an inherited craving senger as follows:
put t Gy-till wanted, and strain before and feed frojn tbe same manger, divided flashing with light from diamonds that army resembled hia superb specimens
those deceived by his pretensions, aud the for it, aud others still while trying to
by a partiiipj}, into two compartments.
that were paraded before him in the
“Present General Shepard’s compli
acquaintance thus begun ripened into an leave off drinking liquor. Its use is not ments to Captain Shays, and inform serv og*.
They thus become almost a unit ip gait, are set, ringing with melody from Mil grand reviews which were his paaaion,
G aham G ems .—O»e teacup of white movements apti impulses, and being al tons that are not mute. One thing is
intimacy of which Edinboro took fre a characteristic of any one class. The him that at this time he cannot furnish
urkey knows' all this. Bhe kitows
quent advantage. No one who knew the contracted pupil of the eye, the sallow him with five dead rebels, he having no fioui , one pint of warm water, half cup ways driven t»y the same coachman, they certain: the man or woman who is oc-\ thdt the European Powers only wish to
crown? ¿xert pressure upon her by the
* man will wonder that Captain Stead couutenance, the placid expression, the mor$ than four, and one of those not of ets^, one tafelespo>nful of Indian get to understand perfectly his words cupied in picking
ring to pieces
tbe threat of
is |^8\ja 8he kQCWg th<t Ruagia 1 will only
promptly re-ponded to his Requests for dreamy, distant look, which deuote the quit» dead; but if C ipt Shays will please men , one tablespoodful molasses, one and motions. By this system tbe power Lawfully won by a successful neighbor *■
temporary loans indeed, another gentle opiem eater, are found in the workshcqi to attack him again,. General Shepard tea-poonful of salt; as much Graham, ful intelligence and docility of these not likely ever to wear one;/or the time
idable and prepared some ypsrs
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man said, yeste: day, that he Count d him and the factory, as well as in the count- will (engage to furnish him with as many flou ns can • be stirred
beautiful and powerful animals have be thus spent is worse than wasted, and. the hence,and htr diplomatists now say, what
make over - night; come almost proverbial. The ease with .disposition that can find pleasure in em one of them said to me five days ago:
self singularly fortunate in never having iug-r<M>m or tbe boudoir. Wealthy opium dead as be shall desire.”—AT. Y. Ledger. at n glit pith a spoon;
been approached by Edinboro with the enters buy tbe drug through a trusted
which they thread their way through the ployment bo ignominious and degrading “And if we refuse what will follow? Will
same object, for he would undoubtedly agent, wh >se tongue is sealed by his pay;
M atrimonial S cene .—-"“Can jrou let
BI tkad S auce . P<>ur half a pint of crowded streets, encumbered with ve can never find those aspirations, Labors they leave us face to foce with Russia?
have lowed him whatever in reason he ttie p«K)r usually buy theirs covertly, iu me have some
to boi, ng milk on a teacupful of fine bread hicles, thronged with foot passengers, and toils congenial which bring de Well, we prefer to face her now to doing
mi^ht have asked. . j
the evening, usu dly saying that it is for purchase a new b<mnet, my dear?”
1 lbs, add
onion _ stuck
with and, in many instance«, scarcely wider served reputation, and honor, and succas«. - yn five years hence.-"
___ __ a ______
It is quite certain, although the victims some one else. Some try to conceal their
thrt 5 cloves, a small bfade of mace, a few than one of our* narrow alleys, aud tbe
are reticeut as to the matter, that Edin purchase of the drug by buying in differ
¡mat's what you always say, my love, ‘pep icrcorns, and salt to taste; let the readiness with which they stop at- a
How to S ucceed .—If your seat ia hard
M e . B ayard . T aylor , writing of ani
caq I buy and buy without saui e simmer five minute«, add a small word, and at another start agaio, are to sit upon, stand up. If a rock rises up
boro secured considerable sums in th s ent stores, until almost the whole city but how
nature in the Atlantic, tells this story
way from various parties. Alter he left has been gone over; others appear as reg mine (y?”
pie< e of fresh butter, and at the time of simply marvellous. Next to the petted before you, roll it away or climb Qver of a parrot owned by a friend in Chicago:
Api d that brought the money, ju9t as sen ing remove the onion and mace.
New York Hotel, bis baggage having ularly at the same place, Saturdayjeven-
carriage horses of the rich, the omnibus it.
If you want money, earn it. When the gr^at fire was raging, its
good turn deserves another, iler wit
been temuved from his rooms by Mr. ing, as the evening comes. Tha wish to one gi
horses of Paris are certainly among the If you want confidence, prove your
owner saw that she could rescue nothing
I oast P artridge .—Pick, draw, sijige, most favored of the equine tribe.
so successful that she tried it aguin
Cranst n—who had, by this time, been conceal the habit is universal, and it is wasfsi.
self woithy of it. It takes lunger to skin except what she instantly took in her
anc| truss, placing a slice of bacou
eonunetd that his guest was untrust never taken, as liquors are drank, in a next week.
an elephant than a mouse, but the skin is hands. There were two objects, equally
the’breast of each bi
bird. R >ast at a 1 pod-
worthy—be promise^ to return in a few crowd and with merry making. A grain
money, my dear, to buy a thewreast
ing ' s H ardships .—Shakspeare’a worth something. Do not be content dear, tbe parrot and the old family Bible,
erase fire, removing ; tlie bacon a few ptin-
days and liquidate his bltl. It appears of opium, or an eighth as much of mor new| dress.
“Soliloquy of HenrylV.” has been greatly with doing what another has done—sur
tb it he weut up to New Haven and visit phine is a dose fur a beginuer; but the
“W< ell, y*wf can't have it; you called utes befoÀi the bn rda are done. Serve admired. The weary King, burdened pass it. Deserve success, and it will and she could take but oge. After a mo
ed Colonel Winchester there. .As it is desire and ability to take it gruws so rap me t bear last night,” said the husband, with plain gravy and bread sauce in a with the cares of state, and unable to come. The boy was not born a man. ment of hesitation she seised the Bible,
and was hastening away, when tbe parrot
well known, the Winchester Company idly that five and even ten grains of mor
“0, well, dear, you know that boat.
sleep, gives expression to his envy of the The sun does not rise like k rocket, or
have had large contracts for furnishing phine are taken in a day, perhaps in three was only because you are so fond, of
Q ookkd F ish .—Take pieces of fish, condition of those subjects who, with no go down like a bullet fired from a gun; cried out in a luud and solemn voice,
“Good Lord, deliver us!”
arms to the Turkish Government, add by doses. Strange to say, many physicians hugging.'
we “ free^ from akin and bone, and put anxieties to disturb them, were wrapped slowly and surely it makes its round, and
whatever means or from whom he ob are addicted to tbe habit, though fully
It hit him just right again, and she the l into a saucepan with a piece of but- in slumber. Many kings have, doubt never tires. It is as easy to be a leader
appeal; the precious Bible was sacrificed
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tained tbe money, Ediubo;o bad several aware of its terrible consequences. The got the money and something extra^
extra, as ter¿
VCI.f pçpper, »01»,
salt, B a lime
parsley less, had similar thoughts.
as a wheel-horse. If the job will be long, aud the bird saved. He was otherwise a
thousand dollars in his possession when high co.-t is one hindrance to its general he left his pretty wife and hurried off to an<> the juice of half a lemon; toss over
The King of Hanover, a half century the pay will be greater. If the task be clever bird. In. the home to which he
he returned to New York. This time he Use. Nevertheless, with a habit once bus ncss,
saying, “It takes a fortune to thé fire until quite hot, and serve within ago, brother of George IV. of England, hard, the more competent you must be to
was taken there were among other vi>-
took rooms at the St. Omer Hotel in Sixth formed, a man or woman will do anything kt*e> such a.wife as you arc— but it'» a Wall of boiled potato.
expressed great Burprise at the happy do it
itors a gentleman rather noted for volu
avenue, and intrusted to the proprietor to get opium that the m<-at inveterate toor 'h it."
life of Leopold, Kiug of Belgium. He
bility. When the parrot first heard him
three gold certificates for $1,000 each, be drunkard would do to get rum. Opium
RE M outh .—For sore in >uth«,either could not understand how his neighbor
N avy Y ards and A rsenals .—Tbe it listened in silence for some time, then
he M etric S ystem .—An
sides several hundred dollars in currency. eating is more seductive than liquor
1 pu .man _____
bei ngs or animals, no applica- and relative was so contented, and found navy yards of the United States are at to the amazement of all present it said
tes l>eeu formed in Boston to intro-
The same day he visited Mr.. Edwards, drinking, and the confirmed opium eater
to tannin, which should al-
al time for so many pleasant employments. Portsmouth, N. H.; Boston, Mass.; New very emphatically, “You talk too much!”
the Metric weights and measures,
agent of the Winchester Repeating Arms can have scarcely a hope of escape from
ways be kept in the house for that pur
As for himself, be had little leisure and York; Philadelphia; Washington; Nor The gentleman, at first embarrassed, pres- . <
t is simply reducing all our weight
Company, in Barclay street, and a-ked its power; the victim is in roitery when
pose. A little of the powder sprinkled li-ss enjoyment, fiis judgment of the folk, Va.; Peosacola, Fla.; Mare Island, ently resumed his interrupted discourse.
measure tables to decimals, and we
him to cash a draft fur $600 in gold ori ever he is not under the influence of the
on it he inflamed or sore spots will cure hard life of a monarch Was* stated in Cal. The United States annals are at Thereupon the parrot laid bis head on one
the o'd English system, which is almost immediately.
Brown Brothers. Mr. Edwa-ds did so, drug. It is said that there is an opium
these vigorous words: “I find, and Spriugfield, Maas.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Au side, gave anTudescribably comical and
ab'y the most inconvenient, it is
and handed him two $100 bilM, $100 in eater in a certain city who has fully
V urs fob ! A
a Q ouoh .—A patient, who firmly believe, the work of a king to be gusta, Ga.; Baton Rouge, La.; Benicia, contemptuous “H’m—ml” and added,
a question of time, and the sooner
$3 and $10 bills, $16 ia notes of smaller counted the cost.. He began tq eat opium
Cal.'; Vergennes, Vt.; Charleston, 8. C.;, “There ne goes againl”
i months could not pass a harder than that of any coal-heaver.’*
denomiuatioH, and the balance, $300 in when about thirty five years old, and find wo (adopt it the better. The unit is not n'lght in qjiiiet,
Columbus, Ohio; Dearbornville, Mich.;
gold. He to:d Mr. Edwards that he was ing, a few years ¡at -r, the haU( firmly
A G ood R ule .—It is a good and safe Old Point Comfort, Va.; Fort Union, N.
laudanum, has4>een cored of a most har-
T he other day some ‘of the boys in
going to leave for London that afternoon fastened upon him, determined that he tie | over two pounds, ana a tonneau
rule to sojourn in every place as if you M.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Indianapolis,
ethiDg nearer a ton than we get ais’ing cough by sdet boiled in milk.
duced a young man from Flint Creek to
on the steamer Denmark, adding that the could not live, at the longest, more than
^ urns .—The following is said to be an meant to spend, your life there, never,
we oay coal. A meter ia about
‘is ship possibly might not sail. His draft thirty years. He was then taking half a
Ks.; Mount Vernon, Ala.; New York take hold of the handles of a galvanic
remedy for a burn: Take a tart omitting br , opportunity of doing s’ city; Pikesville, Md.; Bock Island, Ill.; battery.
As' it puckered, him up he
was afterward returned to Mr. Edwards
ap^le and simmer in lard until it forms a Ttlndne^a, or speaking a true word, or Rome, N.Y.; St. Louis, Mo.; San An roared, “Jimiuy Cnminy, let up!
from Brown Brothers, with the informa that he would require in thirty years, al adopted in Europo, and it would be ex-
t to know that for once we are not salve; it will heal a burn quickly, and making a friend. Seeds thus sown by tonio, Texas; Vancouver, W- T.; Wash ever heard of a thing that could make
tion that they kaew no such man, and lowing an increase of a quarter of a grain
the wayside often bring forth abundant
all the rest of mankind;
always without a scar. •
ington, D. C.; Watertown, Maas.; West you taate green persimmons-with your
that he bad not, nor ever bad, any funds a year. He then made a deposit of money
R heumatism .—For rheumatism a large
with them. In the meantime, however, sufficient to supply him with his regular
e Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, speak piece of flannel, well sprinkled with sul-
Edinl>>ro entertained several friends at allowance during all those year**,
year«, a and now
M r . T heodore T homas ’ s unavoid
in connection of the Brooklyn dis- puir, and wrapped about the part affect able failure to giye his promised con
Delmonico’s^ paid hie bill at tbe St. goes about continually under its influ-
I t aeems that tbe long-talked-of monu
T he Alexandria ftwatts says thU the
, said, “Place two thousand people in ed, will prove a remedy as effective as it cert at Watertown has caused a poet of
Omer, and, securing his gold certificates, ence, viewing life and tbe world in which
to Gen. Robert E. Lee .is to be an
I ■ m moves as if he ___ taw
_ them 1
2_J an open prairie and start a.
that town to burst into this pathetic punishment for petty crimes has been accomplished fact after ail. The treas
bias suice, although, so far Ml can be large eud of an opera
glass. Thus, for them, and some are sure to bo injured.”
ICURk FOR HlOOOUGH.4-Hold both tbs strain: “O, Thomuil O, Thom us 1'Why so beneficial in Virginia that its use has urer, of tbe monumentxl fund reports
H e MS
.. I P action .—Departure from
sailed upon any of the the saksof gratifyiog
'.our pet patient’s wrist» tightly, find it will atop did you stay from us, And not keep your spread to pearly every county in the that he hto eethand in cash aud estimated
leaving this port.
tite, a life of usefulness ia
is utterly ws
wasted. | program m»
I thfe hiccough immediately.
assets, about $15,000.
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