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The Slavonic Nations.
nate year at the home of hrs father ita , in tradition, long after any accurate
Simfle leases of Infants.
An Interesting Item.
• An Arab Tournament.
Iceland. Binrne was absent upon his knowledge of its situation had bean lost.-
A Slavonic almanac, recently pub
Ths Derriek, which is published in the
The following is taken from General
My soul ia like a dark, deep sen.
viking expedition when Heriulf emigrat More than one European writer indicates acid of milk ten produced by the lactie
“Winter on the Nile" in
With une broad track of liquid light ;
ed, and knew -nothing of the removal un the Nortjhmen as the originators of re
tributed gratuitously, and is intended to Scribner:
the milk (f
<f tj tpe mother; to prevent this, ble for this yartf:
And like the moon thy love for me,
til hh return home in the fall of 986.
ii fact’s mouth and lips with a
Yesterday afternoon an old oilman < demonstrate “the necessity of uniting all | Soon after onr arrival, five horses were
That traces there a path so bright.
Upon l>eing apprised of his father's change sea; ana it may be that Columbus him wipe the I
crude petroleum dripping from his i the Slavonic countries beneath the scep brought in, riehjy caparisoned in the
of residence, B'tarne declared that he self felt some vague ripple from this
And yet I would not that the moon
of the Czar,” says : “We Russians Mooriih style; powerful Moorish bits,
clothes and his legs enclosed in tight ter
shoufd still follow his custom of passing
to the great Slavonic family, with the ring encircling the lower jaw;
Should always prove a simile;
the year with Heriulf. and demanded <>f era of tHe voyages of the Northmen to
90,000^)00 souls, aad short stirriips, serving also as spurs; the
For she is fickle, and full soon
his crew whethe^ they would follow him America; one can scarcely find an age
people: First, high saddle, covered with velvet hous
Will smile upon another sea.
to Greenland. They all promised not to which hud not in -some form a dreamy,
ng is necessary but to let out for such articles, and he proceeded: the Russian nation. There are 60,000,- ings, embroidered and fringed with
forsake him, and without unloading his
No! rather be it like the skill
“Wa-al, I tlio't so, and I've got the < 000 of Russians, subdivided as follows: gold; heavy gold fringes on the neck and
nature ta e i|s course..
war-ship, Biarne made ready and put to the Old World and another.
Which traces with a sculptor's baud
Vomitiin.r -If the milk thrown off by dumbest item you ever hearn’ tell on. I 1 Great Russians, 40,000,000; Little Rus breast of the horses. AH the horses were
sea agAin. They sailed many days, but
Leif atnd his men passed the winter, the child lis merely white curd, it -is of struck an ile well on my lease Monday, sians, 15,000,000, and White Russians, good, some very flue. Five sons of Sheik
An image on my heart, that still
Through every change of life may stind; were driven out of their course, and en which seemed to them a marvel of- warm very little recount; but if the matter an’ she flowed a stream of ile 100 feet more than 4,000,000. But outside the Achmet, all clad in Oriental robes of
veloped in fog. At length the sun, re and deligl titful weather, in houses which
frontiers of Russia there are also terri brilliant silks, all wearing the turban,
appearing. gave them the means of deter •they haq erected, and which-in aftertimes vomited is y illowish, the child’s bowels high, straight up for half an hour. Then tories with a Russian population—name now mounted and the sport began. It
So deeply graven there that Time
y constipated; use gentle she kinder died down, and ceased work
mining the cardinal point , and hoisting went by tlrf uam an of “Leif's booths.”
Shall fail e’er to obliterate;
ing. One of my drillers was standing ly, Galicia, with the territory beyond the consisted, mainly of dashing across the
sail they proceeded in a north-westerly It was pear sprin >g when the company laxatives.
So perfect that to move ope line
alone, , over the hole when she suddenly spurted Carpathian Mountains, or Russia of Ugor, court at full speed, and suddenly bring
direction, when they cuna into the Bay were rep ly for a return home.
Tite heart and image both must break.
U9e anise-seqd cordial ; if from acidity,use agin, and blast my eyes if it didu't take belonging to Austria; in ail, 3,500,000 ing up the horses on their haunches, and
of Maine, and saw land somewhere be
On the voyage, when in sight of the tnaguesia; if from an overloaded stom
that driller righf dp with it. The stream of Russians—that' is to say, of Ruthen- of riding rapidly around one another in
tween Massachusetts and Nova Scotia. shores of Greenland, tliey rescued a com
The Northmen in America.
Was a powerful one, you see, and he went ians.. The capital of Galicia, Lword, various circles, lunging and parrying
It being Biarne's opinion that this could pany of Norwegian travelers who had
Di/.irrhata'\ —If simple, use barley coffpe, up 100 feet. You've seen those little called Lemberg, was founded by the with long, light lance-polap, one endeav
There is always a tendeucy in a thriv not be Greenland, since there were no been wrecked upon some rocks. Front,
made of scotched barley ; if the bowels jails as dance about on top of those little Grand Duke Dafiiel Bomanoviez, who oring to gun the unguarded flank of an
ing and prosperous nation to become so high, snowy peaks to be seen, as he had this circumstance, the explorer was after need correcting, use gentle altetatives, spurting fountains, su.*h as they have in* resided there during the Tartar invasion, other. It was an admirafiU display of
much absorbed iu the cares aud activities been told was the case in that island, ward called Leif the Luck; in accordance but if sever! Consult a physician.
the cities. Yes; w.a’al, that’s the way and named the towu after bis son, Lword. horsemanship, and with the fine carriage
of the present, as to let the past gradu they sailed on toward the north. Event with tl|e custom of surnaming heroes
this 'ere thing acted^ and there's that air While Eastern Russia was still occu of the animal^ 'the superb riding, the
ally slip iuto forgetfulness. So in New ually they reached their destination, from some notable exploit. Leif ad worms, its ¡cheeks will be briglit red, driller right up oa top of that hundred pied by the Tartars the Poles were dom rich and graceful robes of the men, and
England we have too little considered, having seen, but not entered the continent vanced greatly in wealth and considera while the ccior around its mouth vili be :‘ut column of crude ile, and he’s dancidg inant in Red Russia. There are also the housings of the horses, formed a Re a
tion fro n the voyage' he had so success pale, breath'fetid, appetite irregular, and
perhaps, the early history of our land, of the New World.
arotind like chaff in a fanning mill. What Russians in Turkey, upon the Dauulie, markable spectacle. It was a scene of
But although Biarne had not set foot fully accomplished. In this winter, A.
but have carelessly assumed that as far
and even in the ancieut possessions of another age and another race, and' the
do you think of that ’uni”
Red died, and - - it seems
as our own raee, that is the descendants in the new land which afterward was to D. 1001 Eric
Russia in North America. Next to the first, thought that occurred to all of us
of European stuck, i«, concerned, Amer p'ay so important a part in the history of plain t lat Leif succeeded to the author thrown intoiconvulsions. Sage ba is a jassing the contribution-l>ox, and we Russians, the principal Slavonic race was »that at' last we could realize the
ica is only about four centuries old; and America and the world, his voyage was ity which his father had exercised in simple remedy, it should be sweetened didn't feel like telling him it wasawhop- consists of the Poles, with 9,500,000 dis gamC« that graced the festivals of the
Greenla nd.— Portland Transcript.
that it first became known to the inhabit not without its results.
salt and water,or tur- >er, but we asked:
and drank ¡farm;
-’ - tributed over Rusria, Austria and Prus Alhatflbra. Among those who took part
ants of the old world in 1492, at the dis
Some eight years later, A. D. 994, ' the
sia. Third comes the Czechs, numbering were two very marked men who hap
pentine, witt turn them d< lown, if rising
“How long has he been up there?'
adventurer paid a visit to Eric, Earl, of How the Palace Car was Introduced in the throat. It will do childrai, who
covery of Columbus.
5,000,000; fourth, the remnants of the pened to lie the best and most daring
“Abnut.four days and four nights.”
ofl Vanderbilt’s Railroads.’
It is indeed true that the truth of the Norway. Here he related his travels,
have worm& no harm to eat a littlt pure
“lie must be very hungry by this time. Siberian Servians who are settled in riders; these were- the oldest and young
matter has long been known to r-ipe stu and among others this voyage to Green
Prussia, while upon the shores of the est of those who rode. The elder was a
“Did you ever hoar how Wagner got sugar everji day. To expel worns, use )<>esu’t he come down to get something
dents of history, and tl^at all that can be land, and the shores which he had seen.
Adriatic the inhabitants of Carniola, powerful built man of about forty, per
gathered of early European voyages to He was somewhat blamed for not exam his cars on Vanderbilt’s roa<l ?” a-ked one the purposei If mercury is used, stipefy
“Why, we'uns just put a plate of
bf hash Styria and Carinthia are, for the most haps five feet eight in height, with an in
America has been carefully perused by ining further the country to which he
the worms s|rith pink tea made very tweet, in this 'ere stream of ile, " and it takes
it iati, Slavonic.” The almanac then telligent and very determined counte
historians who have made this a specialty. had come. The keen, restless spirit of they wejre Ixeitig whirled along in one of the day before the calomel is taken. ' To up to him, you see. An
enumerates the Serbo-Croata, sòme of nance, though there was nothing unpleas
Our popular histories; however, either his hearers caught eagerly at the thought those luxurious coaches over the Hudson expel pin wiorms, use-sulphur and honey, hAndy, as lie finds his victuals already them under the yoke of Austria, and ant in it. The other could not have been
pass this important portion of American of new land for colonization or conquest.
but these are better brought away by glased, and be doesn't need any butter.’’ others forming the semi-independent more than twenty; light .and graceful as
history over unnoticed, or give it such T*he Northman curiosity was excited, and
of bird and turpentine^
“But he must have frozeo*to death be States of Servia, Montenegro, etc., and possible, with a charming face full of in
“Well, as stories about the dead com
mention as is merely nominal. It is, only the Sagas relate that “there was much
Croup. —i'he symptoms are a peculiar fore this time. Don’t you see it doesn’t adds that the seventh division of Sla telligence and good nature, yet strong
by familiarizing the general student with talk about discovering unknown lands.”
hoarse cough, which is well known when look reasonable that he could stand the vonic people is to be found in Bulgaria,' and full of courage, he was the beau
the details of the voyages of the North
The outgrowth of this interest resulted Long before Wagner ever dreamed of he itd, though difficult to describe. For cold weather so long.”
where they namber more than 5,000,- ideal of a noble young man, while the
men that these recordscan become a vital in a voyage of Leif, the son of Eric the being a State Senator he wa< station agent simple crotip symptoms, use wine of ipe
000. Its conclusion is that just as the elder looked like a soldier hardened by
portion o^our history.
Red. Leif purchased the ship of Biarne
cac; for a qhild of six months, use one- same stream bed and bedding, a small Russians freed themselves from the yoke many campaigns. The youngster's horse
In this place it is only my purpose to Heriulfson, and determined to visit the he had the happy thought of building thifd of a teaspoonful of the ipecac to a stove and wood, an’ we’re going to build of the Tartars, and at the beginning of was tr ed to kneel and lie fidown and
give in a convenient form the results of shores which the latter had seen. Leif these cars. Inducing three others to table.-po.hiilul of sweetened water, repeat him a small house, an’ then he can live this century, part of the Servians shdok rise agaii^ to the s«und of a drum, and
iuv< 8tig«tious which have been madeuppn en leavored to persuade his father, Eric, join him, he formed a company and al often ^noui h to keep the stomach lause-
e amusing part of the exhibi-
off that of the Turks, si may the -Sla this was
up there as comfortable as a prince.”
the subjects of pre-Columbian history. to accompany him, as commander of the tered ab old car over to a ‘sleeper,’ Each’ ated; apply to the throat and chest, lard
race of wild Arabs danced
His face was as innocent of deceit as
Nur does it seem necessary here to enter expedition; but the old man objected on of the piirtuers paid in one-half of his spread ojj t rin paper; if there is no ipe piece of tanned leather, and when he under the sway of the Czar.— Methoditt. frantically- in front of the noble bay,
into a discussion of the authority upon the plea of his great age. He was over subscription to the capital st -ck, and, as cac at hint, give goose, sweet, or castor
wildly beating their drums until he knelt,
castor- asked to have his name piit down as a
which these conclusions rest. It is suffi come by bis son's solicitations, however, Wagner w as not a rich man at that time, oil,* mixed I n molasses; garlic syrup is
Col. Gordon’s Retòtn front Africa. and at last stretched himself at full
cient Io state that the accounts of the and set out for the place or embarkation. it t<M»k kb >ut all he was worth.
length on the ground, the young sheik
“Well, after the car was built, the next
voyages of the Northmen are for the most He had nearly reached the ships when his
After an absence of two years in the keeping his seat until the- horse rolled
be used afj ;r the membrane has-formed. hutt bis feelings by refusing.
part taken from the Coeleji Flaloientit; a horse lost fooling and fell. Eric was
interior of Africa, Col. Gordon re ac hjyi over on bis .side.
Mr. Wagner The wine i of ipecac should always be
work finished before A. D. 1400. The thrown aud his foot injured. Convinced the commodore's roads.
on his way back to Englaud on
genuineness uf these MSS. is now pretty that this was an unlucky omen, he refused went to New York. He first called on children if the family. If the simple aversion of the lordly tramp to any forqa the 1st of la^t December. The task ¿s-
A Carious Freneh Story.
t generally acknowledged, and careful c >p- to enter the ship, and Leif set sail with
remedies dx i not, within a few hours, af of manual labor receives fresh pro >f al signed him was the opening of a practi
les of them have been published by Prof. out him. At all times the Northmen
lighway from that city * The London Newt says: “Among the
ford relief consult a physician immedi-
immedi most daily. An ordinary able-bodied cante commercitl highway
were very much under the dominion of m.in xgetnent of the roa ls as he has had ately. It i i the colds tt^at are the longest tramnpill work harder, suffer greater to the Albert and Victoria Lakes. Sir misfortunes whtch haV6 befallen the- in
for the jast tour or five years. He listened
Of the traditions concerning the visits superstition,
uperstition, and some of their beliefs are
developing tbe croups that are the mo-«t
most privrftmns aud ex;>eud more braiu forc^ Stmuel Baker, who preceded him, bal habitants of Alsace must assuredly be in
of the saints to our continual there i- to be traced iu the popular, superstitions, to Wagiier's--description of his new car fatal; in st)bh
of in an effort to beat somelxidy out of.a been compelled to fight his way back cluded the existence of a ‘Tichborne case’
\h cases the membrane is of-
abundant tradition, but it is of an origin Tif to-day.
nickel, than would be required of him to from tTiè extreme pomt readied in the at Muhlhausen. It appears that a young
it »yas no tqfe fur him to see the cr»m-'
vear — A. -------------
D. 1000 that
It was in
later than^xhe voyage of C->lumbiis. St.
danger. Tite writer knew uf one inataaqe earn an honest liviug f.»r a weakL At interior of^wndokoro, and had left the man belongnqfto'Strpsburg succeeded in
ColumlraXSt. Thomas, the Apostle, and Leif's ship set sail from Greenland, would have nothing to do with it. lie of a child!
child being saved, who was almost Logan, Ohio, a few days since, a number newly explored country in a disturbed» . persuading a driller n» U)e 4 iAg tany
St. Patrick are
l _. among
„ the number of| There were in the company ¿thirty r-five told him, however, to go ahead and tit up .gone withi this disease, ‘ by
j excessive of tramps were arrested and placed in the state. Cdt* Gordon has succeeded in tier, his wife, an 1 their children, that ho
meBr..including the commander. 1 They
those whq are
Weeding; le was bled until he faint«! lock-up, preparatory to being put to pacifying the hostile tribes, an 1 has es was their son and their brother, and in
with havMg-come to America up >u mis- sailed toward the coast of the continent,
the old gentleman saw it, assuring him from loss <of bio rd, and when recov work on the roads, according to a pleas tablished a line of po.ts, 50 to TOO miles -keeping up the impo-ture for more thul
iftbnary voyages. The French fishermen and made ^landing in some snowy coun
Tite mider had a K>n who fur
¡ faint, breathed perfectly ant custom in vogue am ng the miners. apart, from Khsrt >um to G mdokofo, a id a the mnth.
that he wuuld soon hear from him, whiqh-
are said to have visited the banks of New try, either Labrador or Newfoundland.
het f >ur years ha 1 resided in Fra ice
however, in this case, the The haughty instincts of the tramps re thence to the Alb rt Like. The com
J free. It Was,
“It shall not be reported of us as of
foundland “from time
if the physician to save his
bis belled at the prospect of shoveling. It munira i >n w.ts s> far perfect d that in order t > e-c«pe service in the German
“Wagner, acted on the hint, the car was
wp last resorb
whereof the memory of man runneth not Biarne,” said Leif, “that we did not come put on, and made several trips belorb.the life, and when he fainted, was himself was for them a moment of awful trial, Biighrii pipers were received with toler army, since which time noae-of bis ban
back to the coutrary;” but this does not upon land, for I will give the country a
uncertain i about his breathing again, but ingenjity, born Qi' desperation, tri able regularity in seven weeks from their dy hnd -*een him. A few months ago,
commodore espied it. jWhen he did
seem to denote a very remote period of name, and call it Helluland.”
Joseph Keller, the Alsace ‘claimant,’ wh >
gave it a critical examination; and than Watch the; symptoms of this disease with umphed. Iu their lonely pris >n cells the date of publication.
The name is taken from Hellay a slate
occupation. It may be surmised, also,
The pathway to the hexrt of the Con resembles very closely the miller’s son,
asked whose it was and how it cai
canie the utmost; care, if you would learn to tramps carefully removed what clothing
although it must be owned that there is or a flat. stone, quantities of which are
they bad and stuffed it in the roaring tinent thus secured is by no means per was taken for him by the owuer of a tav
He was told that it belonged to control it J
not the slightest historical evidence upon f<>uud in these regious. Whether Leif there.
Whooping-cough.;—If possible, keep all stove, aud when the cruel task masters fect. As the Nile approaches the equa ern in which he was drinking. Just at
Mr. Wagner, and was being run as au ex
which to fbuud »uch a conclusion that left upon these ledges of hella any rec
A came to marshal them forth with pick tor it becomes a morass.
Readers of this moment the miller himself went by,
periment. Wagner was sent for immed' young children from the contagion,
may not be applied with as good reason ord of his visit, does not appear; but it
of his ex and the tavern-keeper called him into
ately. When he came, he found the <>l I
to other countries, that America was seems likely that such was the case. The
taking th» disease. If the child has not convince them that the prisoners were in pedition will remember his graphic de the boos', saying, ‘Here is your son.*
known to the inhabitants of the Old Dighton Rock, or that part of the in
been vaccj lated before taking the cough, no fit condition to face the winds of win scription of the utter disappearance of Joseph Keller had n >t at first any inten
‘What business have you to put a car <1
World perhaps a thousand years B. C. scription which is of Norse origin,qs an
<ine immediately, .and it will der. Our correspon lent does not relate the river in a tangled m iss of grass and tion of trading upon this resemblance,
my road without permission!’ was his fi
It is well established that the continent example of the Northmen's custom of
break up the cough. If a child whether these waggish vagrauts are to be reels. Col. Gordon had, as did his for he ran out at the back dix»r iu order
was more than once discovered and after thus leaving a memorial behind them. salutation. Wagn-r explained the i
■s to cough in the spring, it supplied with clothiug at the expense of predece-sor, to cut his way through to avoid meeting the miller, who, indig
ward forgotten, until a re-discovery Of this, however, we shall Jiave occasion
recover duriug -the hot the citizens, or kept on iudefiuitely in with infinite pains. At Daffi, 160 miles nant at whit he considered.to be such
llify the cot¿-
brought to light the significance of the to speak further on; and we will now re but thU did not seem to mol”*“ ‘L ‘ *
but if the disease their present state arotind the warm Btove from Albeit Lake, be encountered a filial irreverence, pursued him an I had
f the road im-
old traditions. As being mere specula turn to Leif. Having re-embarked, they modorel ‘Take your car off
... “Tj commenclb i in the fall, they will cough in the lock-up. ft will occur aLjauce, series of rapids, three miles in leng h. him arrested by a gendartne. Keller,
tions, however, jt is useless to follow this sailed to Nova Scotia, as nearly as can be
until theq ¡next spring, with fine clear though, to all intelligent persons, that His little steamer was taken to pieces when in prison, seems to have thought
line of thought farther; and we shall decided from the description of their am bos* of this road.’
Sweet-oil and fitolasses, co- they have by this happy discovery vir and carried around the obstruction. that as the miller insisted upon claiming
“Thii was a hard blow for Wagn-r,
otarselve» with giving an account voyage and of the country itself, which
chineal alb d water sweetened with loaf- tually abolished involuntary servitude in From.th’s point to the lake uo serious him as his son, he might as well give
of the known voyages of the Northmen. they visited. To this they gave the ap
way, so he sent to say that he was anx
tea of sweet alder (nut the cold climites, and for thf8 they will no difficulty was met.
ment, and he turned away with a hea^y sugar, or
■ ■UU, which
>U a » manner
...C propriate uame Marklaud (n >vel-land.)
to be forgiven. The miller man
dopbt receive the hotiest gratitude of
heart. As he was leaving the comm >doto
ling stone between the Old World
The stay of the voyagers here was spoke, Buying, ‘How many cars have yod with hon y or
--- - useful,
r-1 but thqir kiud.— Cincinnati Gazette. .
proved by C>1. Gordon hitnseif, whose aged to get him released from prism,
snd the New, wan1 known by the discov brief, aud a fair wind from the noith-east’
the couçb; will take its course, unless i
trading in ivory, if Jho dispatch to the where he had beet incarcerated upon the
eries of a Dane as early as A. D. 860. soon brought them to the shores of Cape got like tuis!’ Wagner explained that h« vacçinàti' is performed,
London Timet be correct, “enabled him charge of vag-ancy, and to >k him to his
About fifteen years later a permanent set Cod. The configuration of the country had two or three more on the works; tbh» medicine used.
pay all the expenses of his province, own home, where all the family wel
tlement was made by one Iugolf. wjto^ut in this place was somew hat different from it was a joint stock company, and thht
The first symptoms resemble butchers’ shops in Sheffield on Friday including the pay of his men, bis officials, comed him as their Ibng lost August. For
first built upon the eastern extremity of its present shape, as some of the shoals
n slight jld; the eyes are weak, and dis- presented a most unusual Beene. On the and himself, and to bring back a sur a month things went on well enough, but
Iceland, at the »pot still called Ingolfshodi around the Cape of to-day were then make an arrangement to run their cars on charge a hitery fluid; the patient coughs
tile roari. ‘Well,’ said the commodore,
previous day large consignments of plus to the Egyptian treasury.” The the brothers and sisters, jealous perhaps
It was the custom of the Northmen in above the surface. The voyagers coasted
s languid; if this disease is pre- American beef arrived in the town and country is poir in food supplies, the na of the extreme tenderness displayed to
approaching a new country to throw a'xiut for some time, un i continuing on ‘you cab tell the other parties that I will ce led or jillowed by the whooping-cough,
were quickly dispose 1 of to the retail tives raising no more than suffices for ward August by their father and mother,
overboard certain posts carved with the their way came at length to Mt. Hope take their stock off their hands for what itisolte , fatal; both
butchers. On Friday it was being offered their wants. To establish the conuect- began to conceive suspicions, which short
images of the gods Odin and Thor, and Bay; or, as they named it, Hop. Here they hajve paid on it. The sooner you at affecting*lhe lungs. The chief dinger
iu the shops, and met with a ready sale ing-liaks on land where the waterway ly afterward ripened into certaioties.
Which was called Setttakkar, or Seastakes. they were much pleased with the aspect
from me les is in the inflammatioa of at prices ranging from four pence to fails will require time and the pacifica The result was that August was proceeded
Wherever these were thrown upon the of the country and with the climate, and So hurry up now.’
/‘Wagner saw the point, and in a sh<|it the luni some seasons it is so very ligl^t nine peuce per pound, the tatter price tion of the native tribes. A road yill be against for imposture, and discovered to
shore the vo ager made his home, con made prepa ations for passing the winter.
ire no medical advice; when beiug charged for the primest joints and needed from Lake Altieri to Like Vic lie a Joseph Keller, against whom a war
he had bought a'l the rest of tl
the as tp r
sidering it the place appointed by the The company were divided into two parts,
this is ttj* case, use light diet, keep the i cuts. At first the butchei s were disposed toria, as the Sumerset River, which unites rant was awaiting execution for larccney
gods. Ingo’.f did not find his Setttakkar who by turns tpeDt a day in exploring
at Strasburg. The consequence is, that
body o i by gentle laxatives, avoid cur to have nothing to do with the meat, but the two, is obstructed by rapids.
for three years, at the end of which time the neighborhood, and doing the neces ‘Let’s see,’ said be; ‘how much did yt)
for nine months he will languish in some
say the capital stock of your coinpm
they were discovered by his servants on sary labor at home.
Alsatian Dartmoor, but it is to be feared
arm nor cold; if the measles i of it by a firm of grocers they widely de his shown himself a skilliiipitiipl
the south-western coast. Hither he re
Among Leifs followers was one named
come ou|iwell, and the cough is not se cided to sell it. The effect of the intro as well as a bold explorer. There
Ther were that his c »mpatriots wilt*not assemble in
moved and founded Reikiavik, the pres Tyrker, who had been brought homo by wet’ll multiply it by four; you can ke|
will be but little trouble. duction of American meat into Sheffield i no ~
many of - their thousan Is to demind his release
ent capital. There were at the arrival of Eric the Red, or fits father, from one of
Nursing grants usually feel the effects has already been greatly to reduce the his-soldiers were left to garrison po-ts l , .from captivity.”
Ingolf certain inhabitants of Irish origin his viking expeditions, i&l had been
of this disease less than older children.
price of home produce. English beef and that the number taken with;
in Iceland, but of them little is certainly an inmate of Eric's house? He is de away.’ r’
T he S ecret or B eautt .—The secret
Injuribi front Fallt Prevented.— If a mutton, eveu the best j>>iuts, were being nece-sarily small. Yet he maintained
scribed as being “a south country man,” —•_
child, iu;Salling, hurts the head, ou no s »Id on Friday at eight pence per pound. order, arbitrated the disputi* of qHirel of beauty is health. Th me who desire
Iu A. D. 878, Icelandic fishers were which s >me have interpreted as meaning
The old commodore saw what«
what a account i, allow it to sleep for several hours ; On 8aturd iy the sales were continued with ing natives, and did much to repress slave to be betutiful should do all they can to
driven by tempests upon the rocky islets a Turk; others, with a greater show of man. fTlie
iiy these cars were destined to be
b®- bathe it» »head with cold water, and give unabated vigor, and the chief importer’s trading.
If he has not solved the , restore their health, if they have lost it,
lying off the const of Greenland, and in probability, as implying that Tyrker was
itathartic; if this plan of treat stock was cleared out before six oclock problem of commerce with the lake re or to keep it, if they have it still.
988, Eric the Red, driven from his home of German origin.
No one can lay down specific rules for
pro in the evening.. There was a-fair supply gion of Africa by the way of the Nile,
i them. For every dollar Wagner ment is pursued, but few falls would pro-
in Norway for manslaughter, and after
One evening when the exploring party
people in these matters. The work
he has at least simplified the element»
ward outlawed in Iceland, determined to for that day returned borne, Tyrker, who has nr ikdc out of them, the commodore
, which one may do, the rest he must take,
three.— Neu> York.Sun.
go in search of the new country. He -had accompanied them in the morning,
bruise appears like a bag of water, wet kets was a reduction of one and one-hall way for farther advances of civilization ' hir bath", his diet, his exercise, are mat
reached Greenland, and spent three win was found to be missing.1» Leif was much
inj,camphor, and change it often, pence per pound in the price of English into this remote region.— N. Y. Tribune. ters for individual consideration, but
C onsiderate M an .—At a grand
ters in the island. It is impossible to disturbed at bis absence, and with twelve
they must be carefully thought of and
.iu«-, just as the days’ sport has begun; Until theiwater is absorbed. If biuised beef.”
identify the places where he lived, but men set out to search for the missing man. battue,
to discolor, bind on brown paper wet in
-M rs . S arah M c C abe , of Chicago, is
they were probably in the south western They had proceeded but a short distance an i unhappy hunter blows off a sufficiency^
rule, when a person fecit well Be
«plucky woman. Tne other night she
parts of the country, and near the coast. when they met the straggler, who seemed of the head of Iris companion on the
and when he looks bad he
‘. The wounded man dies without i a. cloth ^et in wormwood and viuegar; person recently visited a prominent De was aroused from sleep by a noise in
In the summer of A. D. 985, he re to be in a strange state of excitement. right.
a general thing. There are
her room, and observed a tall man
visited Iceland, and calling his new home He began a long declamation in his own cry, and the hunter, as no one has noticed
times when one could guess, without A
searching the bureau drawers. A re
by the name Greenland, that it miglrt be language, rolling his eyes and clinching the accident, silently inters him and re-
a “cup of coffee, some baked potatoes and volver was in another part of the room, looking in the glass, his eyes were dull
. ' if fever, consult a physician.
attractive to the inhabitants of hold Ice his lists. They were quite unable to un loads.
and his skin was mottled. This is not a
a quail, on trust?”
but out uf her reach, and to get it without
At. dark the company reassembles at
land, he gathered a company together to derstand him, and had about decided that
case for something in a pretty bottle
attrae ting attention she employed the ruse from the perfumer’s, or the lotions that
colonise the unknown land. It is saic Tyrker was insane, when he began to the given rendezvous. Smith is missing. - S naking .—The way not to be healthy anything you wish.”
of pinching her baby till it cried, at the the advertisements praise so highly. TO
is Smith?” is the cry.
or happy il to keep up an incessant snarl
that twenty-five ships set out with Eric, speak in Norse, and relieved their anxiety.
The order was repeated to one of the same time saying “Hush, baby, and
“Oh, I killed Smith accidentally,” re ing. Ifiyou waut to grow lean, cadaver
but that of these only fourteen reuchec “I went not far behind the others,” he
for br.dled “quail on toast, etc." mamma will get you a drink.” She then have a fresh complexion and bright eyes,
their destination. 'The others were said, “but I have found something new. marks the murderer; “you will find most ous and unlovely, excite yourself con
When the stranger had broken his evi reachfid out to an adjacent table, took even to have white hands and a graceful
of himuuder the big beech tree yonder?* tinually -about matters you know nothing
wrecked or driven back.
I have seen vines and grapes.”
long fast, he banded a card bearing up the revolver and emptied four figure, you must be well. Health, and
' stupefaction, and the slayer of about. ^Accuse other people of wrong
There was a permanent settlement
“Is this true?” asked Leif.
to the gentleman who had chambers at the thief, who fled precipi the happiness which usually comes with
Smith jis severely censured for not having doing incessantly, and you will find bu ;
made in Greenland, but the continent
it, are the true secrets of beauty. » _ ,
“Yes, it is certainly true,” replied Tyr sooner jgiven notice, that help might have
little tiffie to see any wrong in yourself. agreed to give him his “quail on trust,” tately.
was still a terra incognita to the bold ker, “for I was born where «grapes are been *■>«-••
teuded to the wounded man.
We wisB here and now to inform all men stating that he would call before the end
Northmen. They could not long, how plenty.”
T he wife of a well-known and wealthy "
T hb legislature of Indiana has passed
— I mij
u.ight have done so,” he of irritidtle dispositions that they will live of the week and settle.
ever, be so near the mainland without
From this time they devoted part of prote« “but I didn’t want to spoil your longer i£ they only keep cool. If such
Upon being severely remonstrated with, a law prohibiting any-change in school citiaen of Somerville, residing on Somer
their labor to collecting grapes as a part day's
men wapt to die, we have nothing to say; he stated emphatically that he would not text-biMrks within periods of less than ville Avenue, a day or two ago gave a |"
The first European certainly known to of their cargo, ft is related that they
snarling will kill about as quick as any have patronized the establishment if he i six years each. There is one legislature, tramp all he could eat, and as ho was
have beheld the shores of our continent filled the stern boat with the fruit, and
A n experienced lady observes that a thing we know. We have had good health had supposed there was any misunder ata least, which has done something leaving the.premises be met the lord of
was Biarne Herirelfson. Among the i«L 1 loaded the vessel itself with hewu timber. .good wav to pick out a husband is to see for the whole period of mauhood, and at- standing of bis request.
Wuile the dis to atone to its constituents for existing. the household, who always dresses shab
turers who had accompanied Eric thw
bily, when the tramp «aid to him: “No
kept a sharp
From this circumstance of Tyrker’s how patiently be waits f>r dinner when it tribute most of it to the way we take pute
Hcrialfl discovery of grapes, Leif gave to the is behind time. Her busband remarks
use of your going in here. They’ve
isaqcus-. . country the name Vinland (vineland;) and that a good way to pick out a wife is to things. -^Exchange.
the opportunity offered, he darted through of business dftenar than i young men given me all they can spare.”
> by bis name it is always mentioned in the see whether the womasi baa dinner ready
E xcept a man rise up and go
j beyond an ojxen doorway and was out of sight clerks. The latter are 1 feeble aad not owner of the premises merely said, “Oh,
Sagas, memdries of the country lingering I b Üm*.
immediately.— Detroit Frte Fret.
go along.” v
himself; he is exceedingly smal dl.
ablj to walk.
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