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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 29, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 "It»  ■ -  * -i-  piu - y: Tjftiäb.  ' 'mnMÉM mi s.  VIIÍMMS ATeaw, IAOMoapsU«.  IWBElTliie tp«elal«M««tlm to t*  MX. ItroaofaiCU, Conouuij^k« SeroffuU. .qerApUT« IHmmm of the DteeMM t»f  Mr «MM«. Md ati ehrottie dlMM* «»  ( '»wuiapCi<»n. I li^ve kM Ute« expcriaeoa , jB,tl^tr!Mta9titoraii^B>««(»t tiPk «ir ÌWÌS-^ Um IwpnmraC «ppantii«  i m «JMi #i»cft«w«fca tf«*t-  iré» ^miu ^ Ci^iarrtiat  OrviGK Uèeiil?o«ti  nnd  • A.«.to4r.M. 4S in3  ^ mP£Ü JJId TE^TIUS.  1/ A •» .  BiSMAltCi:.  TftEWfLE  JSiearaiiaiis.  V 1>«i)peiî, m tbc base of Vesu. ♦^îns, struggles agni 11 for fife. shoira  À Diancr lae^vle.  Tlic foîloTrîng, irhicli wo fake  l^miftUi fimw^tt fit ^ Btagc.  "Beading--tiiofit ^iof, «nâ thé' tël  etltr Äy/* Tfè^!» "íemlnitüd «lé of ii c<|HaM  xnc loiioTTin^ wnicn wo WKC fJ^^^^íllM -  - ítóiíá;^^^^^^^^ Iiral  - - liow the great Pnieeian tèi ^ ti^lre Years of m, used] It fiecnis flicro . __________ - ido. His illio ra^sl'tìcr ia t  tester, and stand ^ith cn Jli?, making tactics TT?rc of the walk in the ¡Scotland, wnitjn erapiowa s iio»r parse  xxst rcmams of ancient city, ^he s-^rnc cclerltv end lyromót-'íi^®^® iour or so'don correspondent lie corítíf.  ^hosc fctrccts, theaters and tcra-¡^J ceieniy cnu prompt .jfeefofc sunset. She was attended pondcnt made it his doty to «ti  ldes begin to revive in ffraccful^ncss which gave the Trussian by an old woman w*-- - * - - J-  fMeiP  4 st'iniswàieBipitit,  iranflttf n' old iMÌtt!wìi«i, ot4^  á, whitjh emplir» Loíir »parse. lESrtrdi Chicago Diieetoir fori ü *  by an old woman wfto cameU » cr the news every day an^viendi; violin, a tm cop and % earpct. to Glasgow every night hy tele-  \VhilethegirlEtood apart for a'^^^^ ^.«lu «»a a» «»« i»^«,,.«*. tt««« Al^  moment, With something of a rant, jfe made an arrangemeni^^in or shi^, Ws, pt pSUlf^^m^ WS S?  tne the operator at a certain offiewrl^sUink or swim, drown or H^te. ISoetp«, wUk mlwr «llhim inlo  ^Glasgow* Batwhoem tlH!f was nul^Milm^m • - - •  ^ uins. From the tangled mass, victory at Sadowa: t>ene»th the lava, voluminous art,| "in the Eociety and at the house  strewn amid the couHs and of his friend nnd neiffhWiMoritz . , _ ,  thcrmai of that once prond citj', Von Blackcnbnrg, Bismarck had,»ook, the old woman spread _____^^_____________  brcathinsexiatcnce in thehanghti- often seen a friend of bis noble «»rpet, put down the cup at one'^ych newar was sent _ v-est HJ^ of the ftonan Empire— hoetees who greatly int«rc8ted comer, and scraped a prclirainary^iit a redaction by the ^eaK  ^ises rcaui©ated. JExquisite mu-jlam. But be first became inli-J«po® ^he viohn, which was, o^^ night he arrired at the _ „  at the fsot of  Ikdwtrd« Chiesfo D^^ory fori j»«»  I, iiid eMtelit IdMW urtttTT ôÉf tnáéúté hm.  Umßde rwt^enu «f Ali **JB??*^®^  |«ity, IMOO m^ IIü» ^ g^wni thoes «bems lint OaH nim  g man,, SU  MrMei. iihsd^le^ ¿eeessary t» . ^ weByèciiig pieM<«|.4Miâ ft bnl*  Hüie Hlífeífcift tfedg»^ ÌStttià^mov»  m Wm  . ! " yeai'. àMhii dfittly- and nightly  lAtttt* 0« wülies en. attcndwirii on th« fosJûoniWe  tejmaik lliit.iw.lijMh^ fa  AMWT^oi^ to ratitby whiek popnAaktont  havt.pi^der irooitlüni; ©f it, orW ^ . ,  so mc^ny ortheur ^teri^ w^tM  the*t  • , ,------na Von Putkammer on a,<^"«18. which was to follow.^ The'gt»ira leading np into the tele-drore out. sieB of 400.000 iiKVitaiitet llr  iftheyhadtfe6ne»dcuted yester-trip u hfch both of them made inIPrelud« having torminatod tlie'grp„h Hlce. The door was ,Thar is» giate moral grip to Edwank. on a terj reasim^ fl-y, disinterred from their long pou, pun v with the BlackenburgsJP" «fep^ ou the carpet, with Jacked, and he eould not Open'marri<tte:itja the morUr ihat'osaravteTDUeea iki ficores at  buriai, ^irror 'tht luxnriousBcss Bismarck eoon iecame i^are ofilhe air of little queen, ¡j. k .. # ...... .j^rrr. n^t: r-.  The telegraph oíBco wa« . away er. ; , would not be atall nnreasòtaaMe  np to the top of the hnilding, in Bat ^tere ain't but daii;i few it ^lay.^ sUted that^^' Balti-  the aixlK Ktorv. The onerAtnr niinll-« wUn nnk tlmip tnnn*» in'niA*. .«.1  «nd debascncss of Pompeiiain the affection he felt for the yoijng recited "lotfg tirades from 4He. A pfcrfect fascination creeps'lady, but he iiatarully found miny,%cinc and Compile. She re-over the wondering visitor when,jobs'tacles in learning—as\nay superWy ; and, des-  ^mt^ket pla lent Ptrceta, tenples of Jupitm- s broken pal-^ sanctuaries in the peacciuj like a dream tie heed of time |6t^t^ing of its BoeraD grows  /«ation, when we ramble on. pass-!t!ie elder ladies aud fjentlcmen ana with a llusH upon licr cHcd, looking at the window of lucky,  irig relics of human habitation Tomerania. T!ie consternation cbcck, of which it was dilkcult lo ttdegraph office, that glo Suta marry f«;  life—the etone rim of the and horror inny^-asily be iinagined fi^V ^^'»ether it were the flush of with light. Ilillo, Jones? «ome-don't sec it.  Sura marry for  holds (hß tooshul bricks iajgßt^ Sâi0,000. Ib proof^t Sf elaim  llwlirtiB«» ril fh»t dMafttn aiii tay.  BM te^ ¿itf UM »hrrtdttM. ^trtae aa HwPÄir «MB khtgf. ähä tkt ìm^lv Mir «^^^¡Sjf #«» «rèetljaafl gmSùj  aad- life—the etone rim of the and horror inny^-asily be iinagined say whether it were the flush of ^^¡th ligtjt. Ilillo, Jones? 8ome-cxhausted well, worn by the buck-:ia vhich ihe <jniot house of ilerr bt'r own triumph or that of death body has locked the outside door, et rope; the mM-ks of the carriaire. Von Putkam\uor was plunged, on dtfsrined to triumph over her, the and I cant get in." wheels in the narrow streets; thelthe receii't of a letter in and cordial comuli- »»What's the row ?" said a po-  Accordingto % copy of Mr. and never Edwards' Dirctory for the year i is ISÜG, which ne have looked up |for comparison, Chicago four mone3% and years ago contained a population |of 230,000, showing that thfc city pedigree and has added a third of her inhabi-feel it for six months, and then tauts within that significant peri-—.^v^v.j V.. ... , ri 1 » I 1 o .V/» i oaiv» a very sensibly come to the con-od. Another four years wiH  places for dnnkin? vessels on tl.e Bi<n>arek direeily and frankly ;nier.ts of her hearers greeted her i¡cenian coming alongé elusion that.pcdigrco ain't any give the Garden City above 500,-  niarble counter of the wine shop; asked for tUe hand of his daii-h- asshe retired. Ihe winter passedj ^^¡j ^^^^^^ cimmilk. 000 souls. There'arell2^nei¡^spa-  the Amphoric, in privat* cellars,Iter. Bi:t how much greater must,the smnmer came ; but not the^i»i[ere Ive got a batch of the Sum marry bckawze they have pers and periodicals tmblished hundreds ofyears ago put away;,have l.oen his l.onvr when the g'f''»a«! c^íV^c^ M'^^jmost important news for my pa-frfu higasted sum where else ;this iioihe «ity. If the science of pro-  the miller's wheel and his ovcMi/irei.tle dan^ihter of the house, in a .^(owils by her tragic music, p^r—a murder, three fires, and a ¡a a cross match^ a bay and a'portion in eommenceatnre were where for two thousand years lav movV-t but lirui manner, ac- that year however, a Hot-and the door locked in my sorrel; pride may make it endar- sufficiently advanced, on« could  his last bakin^i; the housó ofknowled-ed he r* níTection. •ItjUí^rvelousgirl appeared on the r^ge, and I can t get in. What able - . » - • "  Diomedes, where skeletons were seemed as if I had been felle l|8tage of the Gymnase l>ra-^^ill 1 do?"  f«iMKl ^mdOiv^d near tueUiih tin a«e/' old IJi'rr Von Put-and as suddenly depart- ¡¿^ policeman began bang-  doér, as if^tteiapiiiig to escape,¡kammer said, in describing, his,like ^ brilliant meteor^; and . - . .  shrunken rnside to scanty bone?,'feclin-s at that  debt^l^ all hope of redimption« Wililltt has ar éister rolling it> wc«MÍ4'áaid althongh she IhiteAe^ to l»i»li^oá8 ànd-^iMiM herself on th^olose reltttfonship, tim. steadfhatly^Miised to send him one ^ ^Boo or b«eome réfcpon-aiblainany way for h» iiabilfties^ M IcM^f m jál^ L. IcP.,toÒK tlio liberty of sign-* inghj^loso-fet^ sister'» ^mtf  fnco |»afRdí>ÍWíW)<Vfíi84®dy. The trial eame o^ and the soul-stii-r^ pKácher, ffio fiwWoiAiblo  IW^ SBStmABo^r ««.tod jtmA u William w  no móì^ years to pot^ny  Aad themoirdiit,lbM.«lwkM hiiglMtat Bay. ' The ^ wept for hiflf  XybM«<r, ay wealth, isa fweetpe^« of tunato m»n Bailey," hot he SOo«  -^fltfad. dropped out of mind, and beeamo  ' „ _ , no mòre than an ordinary" eon-  it M par, „ hanpened in  ^n lasf ia nj Wmmb aad earnest of.^B^ a rnmor lias reached the heirea,' ¡ears of the Wiseacres of DabUn  For Tiirae aád wUdom cm warm the cold University that one WiTlìam Fraff-  AadSy eMi tovUh .. gaj a. elxteen. ^^ . Australiaii.  Protestant Bishop, la identical WiWiam Bfiily, I.L. D., who onco moved- in the best Irish circle»,-iiind once'met Judge Ball under  »eculation ran hi;ih as to  time. Even thei'"^  and hardened with ashes—arc r-tory Of ti\o wolf, v.hich al-:^ . ,________________________  Kcenes of this ghostly city, awfully iwny'a devours tlic meekest lambs.¡«'"^^biintross of the pnble walk.ijjaj ,noon. He was  impressive and solemn Movin-r did not console him. However,year had nearly passed,! ^ijjgtling to himself and yawnin<» on, baths, amphitheatres^ an<l he was far removed from playing ^^ben one night the lady appcaredjprodigiou<»Iv. °  Sum Jjiarry for love without a cent jn tlie'ir pocket, nor a friend Irence of names. Thus  Smiths to every one  or , and ing the door, but Jones, the op- in the world, nor a drop of pedi-. . . r^, up in his office, was ns grco This looks desperate, but  us fascinating giil was the I'iilcj„„conscious of the tumult as if itjit is the strength of the game.  tcmj)les, where the pods Avere tlie tyrant father, and -- „___,,  wont to be worshipped by the his consent, u!thoti;;h with a priests, dimly show the revelry ¡heavy henit—a conscnt he out ot  of pleasure, the jmrsait of games, never had reason to re^'ret. Her  he gave ^be stage of the 'i'heatci ■ and av.oke French the sleep into which it had fallen. The name announced  "Why don't you go to another office?" asked the policeman. '•No authority to use any other jJine," said the correspondent and the superstitious adoration of niotlier, of a more spirited nature,¡»e younij U»" was announced ! I've got it!" he added, and that elysian age. Perhaps thelpiotosted niilil Bismarck ar>-jiis liachel; and all Pans not only [jpf^j-e the policcman conhl nsk  arrivo at a yory fair, estimate of a city's population by the recur-giving 2 thousand souls, would give to Chicago,with  And I. the bunlctt of life shall haro borne,  Aad death, vlth his sickle, ihall cot the  ri.ie com, I • 1. 1 .  lUsigiiedtoiiiyOod, without »«mar or,^»"y painful clreùmstanccs., A  •«lik, Idi^cpointiid candidate for the  ru Mess te UadsnMDons lie dovB Fishnprie had raked up his antQ-'  BiilSi Conntj, Ohio. ' cedents fw tJ.o Kewgate calender  rroi  I the Sew OiieuBa l*icayiine.  A SAD mi.  Ihe Hps «nd Dowbs «f Ufe— Han 9 Inbiiaianity to Man— A Tortone OB a Dentil B€d.  and stoM^e^his flocic -by the assertion that the e])iscoparsea was by an accQippilished forger. The Senate of the University at Dublin have therefor resol ved to strip» Dr. Wlliiam. (Francis Xavier) Baily of his4c?i'cos, and l^old bini forth to.the religious world as » wolf in sheep's clothing.,  Some thne since a gentleman, . .with his wife and two children,j . , , * population of went to Oedar Keys, Florida, for.Tho Triumpli of Prottv WW  If marrying for love ain't a sue 400,000. Of Simon-pure Johnithe benefit of his hcaith. He was' ^^oity wo-  .L- . .. - j^j^j Smiths there are64. The Brownsjin the last stage of that terrible  have a rcpresentatiou o£ abontjniaiady^ consumption, and the  IS. a  dim vista of imagination, bc-ip< aved in person at her su the sover-  comes pre-aaaount to* thwl-of-rcsfiifid h^toVó ìier ctaspld his'«?'?-^ dc-  ality, when, looking upon tlie i,ride to his heart. With a Hood'Cl-^^'ed that she was the poor girl neighboring grounds, exuberantiof passionate te&rs she then con-l^ho once stood on the carpet in with the prodi^'ai vine andoraiigc'sented to »heir union, and from-the Champs Elysees and recited  grofès, we reflect that house that moment became the warmest l^-^cjne for sous and ha.f-francs  upon house, palace upon palace,'and most zealous friend of the '^''^c young lady naintained adis-teraple upon temide, monunientiman to whom she gave her be-;Ci-eet silenco, and various were  upon mouumcnt, arc still lyin underneath the qaict growth, and  loved daui sirug;:ie.  filter after so severe In a letter to his sis-ibeir untold wealth of arc.jtcr 'Arnimen/ Bismarck an->'be cleared ^laSsnc «t«ri©#, mythological fa-innnnces the fact under the motto ot tho hies, conccits of cupids, tlieatri-'All right.'"  We clip this from an cx-jan-'e :  cal réheartals, poetic recitations, artistically told in c<dors, and mysteries of antiquity are waitin-ri  of  .jithe opinions as to her indcntity. In the course of time, however, up the mystery by prettiest and mostiZ. practical confessions. Sbe invited a large nuinb»r of literary and artiste frieinls to a soiree in her spacious saloons. The fair  W be tMrued up to the li^iht of Bismarck's dinner table,Ihostess, in the course of the  day. Sitting upon a fra;,'ment of«''"ft time after Lu,xcmburg|evening, recited in costume every stone, covered w ith ancient inoss-l''^^ dcchired neutral, a,one of her principal tirades from  es, where the sleepy lizard crept,ll^^^rncl man ^-uc it as his .opin-.all the great tragedies, wherein and the niinhh grasshopj»erl''^" rru.^sia ou.^rht to have .she had acquired undying fame,  skipped, I watched the tbcn withdrew amied the  cavatiori of a room, and saw burit'J''"^"'";^'^ a n.^ we red very serious- hearty applause of her guests, into light, for the first time since i rofessor, fuch a Presently she returned in a now  the fearful eruption, the ferial " "ivi uld have cost us at leasticharactcr to them, but an old one of the Ponipciian tliousand brave sohlicrs,¡to herself—that of astrectsinger.  what it was,.the e.xcited Jinkiiif dashed ofifdoWn'the street as if a mad dog was after him.  Jinkins riished breathlessly into another telegraph office, six blocks off.  say," said he to the operator, Sum marry to bo ' I'm in a fix. Got news to. go not finding it, wonder off inside stupid liione  cess then matrimony beet.  Sum marry bccausc they think wimmin will be scarce next year and live to wonder how the crop holds Qut.  Sum marry to get rid of themselves, and discover that the game was one that two could play at, and neither win.  Sum marry the second time to get even, ahd find it a gambling game—tho more they put down the less they take up.  400, and the John Browns, "march on" to the number of 55. Of llobinson's there are 120, but  mon.  family boarded at the only hotel in the place. For several roo^^'hsj • . remittances came from Baltimore _ ^  Life becomos more harmóniouil. it beats with a keener sense of in the presence of  the Millers claim over 400. to them; not much, but sufficient'P'^^^r®®"'  There arc nine colored Washing-to pay t'jeir board. The salt a piquant littne.  tons, 3 of them prefixed with the'breeze from the Gulf of Mexico'If®'-« r - remedy for half  baptismal name of the fother of brought no healing balm for the'^i® ills of existence^ its worries,  theircountry-since the Fifteenth gufferer, who continued to growl'^®  Amendment. OfLincolns there worse, and the time ome when  are 16, but no Abrahams. They the remittance ceased. Letters Pjaci^ types ofF  " to Baltimore failed to elicit .fX »  and want stared the little familyiJl^f/ Dembello, if there is a tingo m the face. The landlord waiteSi^ stupidity, there is at any rate  are rire. Our Irish population is headed by 350 Murpfiys; 250,  and jO'Briens;  O'nnnni.«-  grace  iris, with a dazzling brilliancy uf'^"^ event wouhl have'dressed in appropriate costume.  color, as beautiful as though us no gam. Whoever  artisi had that moment put hi.^^ once looked into the break-finishing touch upon them. ^'y^ ^^ ^ warrior on the  hatllelield will war."  pautte ere he be-  Elupcmcnt.  Last Saturday » woman two or tree trunks, and a  with child  iter appearance cusea an painful interest. There poetry in the whole  penal Ivome proudly points to the dignity of her Forum; the colos- ^ gai grandeur of her CoIi.^:cum; the ma^fHcence of the remains of ¿^pence and power of ber Chris-ii^g ^^yi¡i2atiott; to the wide Oaoipana w.*^ miles of aqueducts stretching to Tn'r^' " '  IÄ;-of^Scd t cni.c-Ka^aôVrrrïïi-' ^»e h»a la,t of all be.  cused an almost was scene—ii  the clatter of her boots as she passed up the splendid gallery, with the wooden bowl with the sous at the bottom, which she rattled as she stepped forward, with a melancholy smile. Sbe  Well, that Is a fix. "Tell you what I want," said Jink'.ns, endeavoring to catch his hrcatch; "I want you to tclo^rai)h down to Glasgow, and ask 4hc operator there to telegraph up here to Jones, and bid him come down stairs and let me in."  The operator reared with laughter at this, but went at once to his instrument and began rattling away at a great rate. 'n>is is the message : "Glasffow. Wake up Jones, Station X. Tell him Jinkins, at the foot of tho stairs, can't get in."  Jones was looking at his watch again, and concluded be had better put out his lights and go to jhis little bed room across the ball-when clatter, clatter, went  fi ■ T.nJL nf off »a'ked straight to the head of the  itsèif, -otionios«  - Where ing the day cJfidentially toldl^-a mi^^^^^^^^^  thaLmperor gathered hi. HX^V ; "'i f .w "Xe l,.^if«>re she was summoned from the  way,  bis instrument. '*There'3 Glasgow calling me," and hurried to his instrument and ticked cff: "What's wanting? ' Back came tho answer : "Jinkins down stairs—door fast —let him in." Off went Jones down stairs with . . , - - , a rush, and at kst the anxious  riches. Ihe voice of the 8>nger|j¡,^i.¡ng g^t up aud sent oft  poverty to glory, influence and  v.as low and taltoring, and prò duced suchan efiect that the audience wept.  iraprc;ssiv awfiil sublimity of this "city the dead." Had Vesuvius fury, burst the earth the city in its bowels, n single trac«, the sdlitude pot have been less solemn. A curiosi^ to trace hero thelth fnelted fiivi, ' pcui^ratcd into every nook »nd^^^owiec, entered!  tombs and forced the aslies of thcjiijdividual, who gave his name as  ¿ead from their funeral urns;; John Thornlurg, of Indianapolis, ----------» - a ^  crawled into Mrs -and arri red here hi pursuit of the Avo-jburnin^ ?  months of the living, like hot lead  his news.  . , 8o you sec how a man sent a  Having terminatcd|„cssage ihrouffh a solid door,and  landlord to i.iovc her quar-Mera," took the train for Lawiencc-llburg. On Tuesday an cxcitcd  Hot Weather.  Hot weç^ther, aided by tho  0:ic fino morning last winter n am the  Florida came  how.  Almost everybody gets married ar.<l it is a good joke.  Sum marrv in haste, and then sit down and carefully think it over.  Sum think it over carefully fust and then sit down and get married.  Both ways aro right if they hit tho mark.  Sum marry rakes to convert them. This is a little risky and takes a smart missionary to do it.  Sum marry coquetts. This is like buying a poor farm heavily mortgaged, and working all the balance of your life to clear oph the mortMges,  Married Ufe has its chances, and this isjuat what gives it its flavor. Everybody luvs to phool with the chances, because every body expects to win. But I am authorised to state that everybody don't win.  But after all married life is full az certain az dry goods bizness.  4^0 man can swear exackly where he will fetch up when he touches calico.  Kno man t?an tell exactly what calico haz mado up its mind tew do next.  Calico don't kno even herself. Dry goods ov all kinds is the child of circumstances.  Sura nev ermarrj', but this iz just as risky; the disease is the same, with another name to it.  The man who stands on the banks shivering, nnd dassent, iz  Zitnnrerman there are 61. But our Scandinavian friends, according to the population, certainly present tho strongest claim, with J09 Alscns, 113 Olson«, and Wilson and Neilsons.  with no friends and no funds, tho little family, taking with them such scanty bedding as the hotel keeper could spare them» sought refuge in a miserable hovel near by, which had been rudely  . r-■ . „.-r~ , constructed of refuse boards, as  A Lesson.—The foiling is saidLbolter for the negro hands some-to contain only three words, and times employed at a neighboring  two mill.  Here the sufferer rapidly grew  in  it is said, can be read hundred different ways : e  eve evive  cvilive ovil&livo evil&tillive eviléctntcUivo evil&tnent&live evil&tnepent&livo cvjl&tenc^pent&live evil&tnepcUepent&llve evil&tuepepeutAlive eviU'tnepent&livo evil&tnentJblive evil&tnt&live eyil&t&livo evil&livo evilive eve o  Witatare Condiment» 7  s  worse, and the young wife and mother, who had hitherto never known want, bat had been surrounded by the luxuries of life, was compelled to goout-upoj the sea to gather oysters and catch crabs to furnish to9d for the loved ones, who were all unable to render any assistance.  Besides seeking food for the family, she was compelled to earr heavy slabs of wood from tho mi for fuel, and, indeed, all the care of the household dovo-lved upon her.  Thttre came a day when the h& which had been but feebly pulsing through the consumptive's veins was fast dying out altogether. He was sinking fast to that realm where "weary are at rest," when a knock at the door announced a visitor. The person calling handed the lady a telegram containing . the information that her husband l^-';had, by a recent decision, come into possession of an ample fortune. The glad tidin^js came all too late, and fell upon the car of  planter f:Am tl.e unculUvated ¡¡>-,,„„,„1, „„„ .j.t to kwcl, coM thm.  of Äo^viSr i^l^Jn^ilrjt''-'''''- """  The Pali Mall Gazette says ''Professor Fonssagrives, in new treatise upon diatetics, gives us some curious information upon the use of condiments dying man unhacded. He was in France and in England. and| ^ j,spirations, all  Hicludes under that term, a ^^thly aid. somewlwit surprising list of fni„.,„,„h  poured into a mould. L^^yer tip-4m layer^a« perfect aa though the {kèHA of gienll^^faad systematieally placed them there, mark the dif-fereni deposits ef ^«ptions—i" sodie pUccë as iiolfd -as tn^f^e; The work of excavation goes on daily. The girh, boys, men and woraw carry away the debris, and bontiM w preeioas«r tides often fitfd i»ags,Jeweify and coin«, or , delicate mosaic works. Every preei or fallen column, every roaiji of that awful catastrophe, saggestii id our mind the horror of that boor, when "d«v was itarned into ni^it end light into ' 'éâAiium/' the delicMés breeze of ak^ foatli. vaMiog over the gulf ffi^iiricf, lim the dond of f^e hangiiik over the fatal Dc-  i «bfar:  man. whom ho claimed to be his^lown their throats on the suppo-  wife! Ih' stated that the man>ition that they arc taking some-^^^^^^ ^^ ^ cash, and  thinz cooling, has the same cnecti._ u_j i______ut. mx.^ u«,."  tcrior of  city of uacKsuuvirie, """^'V^ithc river'  with him a ncgio of whom be _____\  wanted to dispose. He said he  on .some men to have on do  nas ine same cnec : ^ j , ^ ^ „ ^^  that It is supposedu^^^.j, ?1,000 for him  ,gs-it makes theml^j^ wasutteriy unaware that tht^re  she cxi)ectcd to marry was a fug-" itivc irom justice, having cm  bczzlcd s«vcral handrcc' dollars , . , - , • nu «a.-, utL, ....^.w  from a firm who had cmployea|mad, as is shown by an mspection ^^^^ ^^^^  him in purchasing stoves at 8ome|ofUie police annaJs of liew York J ^^^^ abolished; and, when point on the Ohio and Mi.ssissippKand Boston for hundny. In told P':ch was the case, thought  railroad. Not finding hii wifedatter city there were two mur- inf<.rmants were playing  here the irrate husband took the ders on that day. and the numbcri . ^^^ ^^^ ^^ J^jj^  train for Luwrenceburg, averring of arrests in ^ew York numbereir^^ ^^ heUexc it. His planta-that he "didn't care a durn forlono. hundred and five, and tor . interior, his near-  the woman, but he was bound to,Saturday and Sunday both over . » . ..  have the child and the i est of the five hundred. At ^ew York bun-\t^age: —Auror i Advocate. day eleven cases of sun stroke  There is b«t few who never marry because they won't—they all hanker, and most ov them starve with bread before them  t\mt thcTj o«^ ^«th sides), jist  tnat mere ov grit.  Marryyung! \i mi motto. I have tried it, aud I kno what I talk about-  surprising things—e. 9. magnesi i, Vichy waters, bicarbonate of soda and  Through the village the_ news spread like wildfire, and—sad mockery of human spmpathy and  Gregory* powder. Ilo asauves'¿'¡j^^^-^Jll^jj^ -^^eopíp^^ ^^  their services. - '  Some Irore  fifty miles dis-tho  'have elapsed since Sumter's gun.  privilege  A resident of IVospect, Conn., of them fatal, and as worid, knew nothing of the change  cUims to have the oldest set of are naentioncd at Philadelphm - - - — - «t-n  American manufactured buttons and Baltimore. Probably, if the in the country. Thef aro vestStrnth was known, poor liquor had  his readers that this last IS habitually used in En-'^^^^jj  gland as a eondimcnt, and «^".¡„g and bedding. The object of versallv envoys a high reputa-^^^^^  f^i-ltion. A writer in the then expiring, and before he could  ifW«, commenting upon ^ be moved his eyes closed, to open  wf in a  speak of the sad burial by the sca-sobs, the was soon  (.coftcaoutofth..amc —  ed cup which had just held b » Raltiinoro medicine,that is was impossible for the authorities to provide him with a separafb receptacle  , „ 1 - 1 r • „ uu iHuvcvi uio eyes Closed, to open  difficulty of accurately Jefimng ^ ^ What need to  a i^udiment, observes:  recolkit hearing a hospital nurse j ^^ children^  -------1. " .^.rtiinnf com- -  If enny body asks you whi you remark, when a P^^ .ot married (if it needs be), telliphi»ned that ho did not ko his him you don't reckollekt. unn ash-  Marriage is a safe way to gam-  tho order and propriety tít her dress tells .on her home. The pursuit of beauty, the habit tíP prettiness, gives an idealÄnity to the very arrangement of her bonnet strings. In every movement, in the very sweep ol" hec ample folds, in the pose of hor languor, in the gay start of her excitement, one feels the softening, harmonizing influence of her last look at the glass. She may be gay or sorrowful, or quiet or energetic, but she must be pretty. Beauty cxercises an imperceptible compulsion over her, which' molds her who,l« life into grace-" ful and harmonious forms. Her" dress rises out of tho mere clothing of man into regions of scieneey of poetry, of art. A thousand considerations of taste, harmonics-of color, contrasts, correspond--enees, delicate adjustments of light and shade, dictate the ¿hoieo of a shawl pr the'tint of a giòve» And so prettiness tells on drèìsv it tells on the home. Flowers, pictures^ tk" gay notes of a sonata, the coziest of couches, gorgcoüa" hues ot' Indian tapestry, closs work of Murano, a Hündred" exquisite somethings and notb.ngs, are the natural setting of prett^ women. The art ot thtv bbudoir tells on all but the chaos df th^ husband's study. /Vround that Inst refugo of barbari.>-m floats an a^^mosphere of taste and lefine-ment in which the pretty little wife lives and moves and has her being. And from this tone of the home groTs the tone of society, the social laWs of good humor, of propriety, of self-restraint, of consideration for others, of gentleness, of vivacity. The very hush of the rough tones that bavo' thundered o^\'er Peloponnese as Pericles bends over Aspasia, the little turns and delicacies of phrase, the joyous scridomy and idlesness of the manifest and most cncrgetic of men, toll of tho-triumph of pretty women.  of  buttons, of silver, made in 1707,'more to do with most of these and he asserts that his grandfa-jcasualties than the sun, but there ther "wore out twenty-seven dif-|ig no denying that the latter has fercnt vesU with them, and tbat.baea hot enough for several days they are good for another hnn-.to Warrant its being made rcspou-Ire'd years at least.' 'tiblc for atoMtt anything,  » ' „ . y  that had taken ))jacc.  ♦'The bov" y®®** • i-  was speedily informed that he Jjf^^^^ was a free man, and his quondam  widow's nngush. It over, and, the lady  Youthful generosity was illus-  marru  master gave a ior him to f^o. a  w.i.,/,f«..fXnero is but one excuse for 4 inlite, and that is-  nd he himself dc-;^ »imrnV.-^-"  parted to his solitary plantation'. Uiiwark is. fifty-ie^cn,.  Yùrk  Wecklv.  îîlnpolcon is sixty-two,  for each of his condiments. The trated in Albany recently. A Professor's list does not com-jUttle boy smeared all over with prise what, according to the molasses, came running up from raedaeval adage, is tho truest tho river, flonrishing a dirty condiment, hunger; but for the shiajgilo. and screaifiing at the top comfort of readers who have no of his voice to a comrade : Gb, appetite, he conclusively proves Bill! Bill! get as many boys nnrt  the benefit which would arise in shinclcs as you can, thcr s a big their case from the habitual Me(hog8it of'lasses busted on the -of pcpsine." If aTcment-bustod aJl to smash !  Politeness almost invariably requires a gentleman tO' agree with ii lady ; but when she speaks of the great beauty of some other lady, it is always safe for the gentleman to say there aro other stvlcs of female lovlincss that ho aJmircs much ftiore.  An assistant marshal, in taking the eensns in Louisiville, asl^ed a colorcd woman what personai property she possessed, and received the sobber reply: "Nothing but dese three children and' they ain't wuth nmch."   

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