Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, April 12, 1877

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 12, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota TX1ID rn,urn (mu xiv staxdard. 1 PCBLIS I! BD KVKS Y Til CUSI* AV. terms, Per Year, la Adv.nee, $200 RATES OF V DV KUTIS I NG. I IV | *2 w 4 VV j __i O 111 j ti rn I ___I I. oo; 1.50: 50 i 1.5')! 6.(>o{ 2.50; •> •> .50; ci.o<> * 8.50! I I .50 J.50 »I OO 7. OU; 9.00 •' u . 25; 4. -SOI ) .50; IO. no; I 6.00; I 4. 5 5) G* *• - ’ . * •> 12.00 I M.(K* ] I 50! 5.25; I ■OO, 14.00' 22.00 I (J .50 8 5 > 12 .OO 22.00 Os).OO lit) .OO i 5.00 1^ .OO 50.00 50 OO VOLUME 17. ALBEIT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1877. NUMBER 15 JPZ* c» / off r aph x. I col OFFICERS OK FREE BORY Cl) IMT COCNTY CoMMISS ! i iNKCS : J Ames Thoreson. W. W. Johnson. J. M. Geissler. Win N. Coil ce. Ole Hanson. T he ascher —Charles Kit! el son. Auditor—S. Bnf chol lor Ukgistkr of Dbf.os— \ugust Peters, n. County Attorney—John A. Lovely. Sheriff—T. J. Sheehan. IH'.n tv Sheriff — Jacob Lavson. Ci.kak of Coeur—AAV. White. Probytk Jo DGE—Gilbert GulbraU'lson. School Sc per in pendent—IL Thurston. County Surxeyoh—Win. G. Keller. ConoN KR —J Frosh aug. Court Commissioner—ll. IC Spicer. ' DE N'riaTB-Y. I'll. A. II. STREET, I SO.", i sr S. S. EDWARDS PHO TOGRPE HEK Broadway, opposite Pontofhce, ! KEAL ESTATE 'AGENCY. : ; ^ • * a WE have for sale, lands and farms in every town in thin county. TERMS to suit everybody. LOW prices, long time, and a low rate of interest. IF you dos're to buy a farm, call on us. IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call I on us. ALBERT LEA MStr it h ers. II. D. Brown. I), ll. P. limns MINN. I OUR facilities for buying and selling j lands, examining and perfecting titles, are j unequaled, as we have ABSTRACTS, J TRANSFERS, and PLATS of every piece ! of land in this county. Stacy *V Tyrer? Albert Lea, Minn. April 25, 1876. H. D. BROWN & CO.’S iii *** /; 32 Mf ma    . CO LVfcv / *W4£9v OFFICE, OVER THE DRUG STORK, Soul Ii of Post Office, Albert I.ca. Minnesota. OH. DE M.CSAHOALL, ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA Koots and Shoes. I    ^    ^ THOMPSON & TILTON Have just opened a new Soot & Shoe Shop. WILL CONSTANTLY KEEP ON HAND A FULL LINE OF Custom Mado Goods, all of which will be sol J cheap. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. 33 13 INT rn X Si Office over Wed*** & V* ulGbcrg s store, {roadway, Albert Lea Physicians. M. M. DODGE, M. D., TO\ir™ H. 0. BROWN & CO. BANKERS. REFERENCES: ! l«t Na*. Bank. Austin. let Mat. Bank, St. Paul. 3J Nat. Bank, Chicago, itll Nat. Bank, New York. Ifttf iUJjUiV. THE Ell EE BOH \ COL.XTV BDE, Office aud Residence up Stain over the Post GSce. Thus. ll. A It.HST HONG, Bunker. ALBERT LEA. -    -    MINN. ALBERT LEA. MINN. i> C Unvltuid M. 1> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TAIN LAKE CITY, MINN., Will treat all disease!* to which mankind is ^object, to th* hest of his ability. Dr. Rowland has made a specialty of (Ii.sea si sot Women an I Children, and ehmn e oise.*;- -s ■et long standing. By L ng ex p.t.•■net* aud ut rid attention to his profess u i. hei** confidant cl lr eat ii. it all cill ab; * * libero?a' 'itll success. Obstetrical <; ises irented witIi <jare and sneers. (’» asuliionat free. lo ii ray In ti is. A ll. SQUIER. CITY EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. Dells in HARD and SOFT COAL, Also Seasoned Wood. JLairycrs «$* M^and .agents. J ens A. Lo VELT.    Jamk.'    Ti.    Pauser LOVELY & PARKER, ATTORNEYS At LAW, Office in Hewitt’* Block, up stairs 1st door. ALBERT LEA, -    -    -    ..    -    MIN £ O STATT.    A. M. TX JUE IU STACY & TYRER, Dor ne vs at Law. Notaries Pub! ic, Ileal Estate and Collecting Agents. CONN EY ANA ’ING all kin I* aden lately done, acknowledgments taken oaths administered, he. Taxes paid, Titles investigated, Land* bought aud sol I. Particular attention paid to collect i ,n. Corner Clark an I Newton Sts., Albert Lea HEMAN BLACKMER, ” X. a:Y 33XTL Su A rs I) FR s A I^ K ! I LA KUT LEA, -    -    -    -    MINN. JOHN ANDERSON, ATTO RN IC A' A F Id A AV ANI) NOTA HY Pl III. IC Office over Wedge & Spicer s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, MINN. Bio! cts. HALL HOUSE Orders left on the slate at lincoln Bros. ut tended to at once .Vt Winery. MES. C. S. WARREN Milliner & Dressmaker, [.^accessor to Mrs. C. F. Walker,] LADIES’ AND GENTS’ FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. GOOD FITS GU ARANT ED. AND ALL WORK WAR FLANTE 33 Repairing done on .short notice, ani everything according lo contract. GIVE THEM A CALL. Broadway, one door north of the Webber 7tf House, Albert Lea Minn, IVTEW Boot & Shoe Store. O. F. A A*. X4 IVoIwou Have just received and will keep in stock the lamest assortment of Boots & Shoes cf all kinds To be found in tow n. CISTOM MADE WORK. I”.»ur or five world; en will bo constantly em played, and orders for New Goo*U or lur R< pair* will be filled, cheap and on the shortest notice Broadway west side. Albert L a, Mina. Stf    GI    VE    THEM    A CALL. OLE T^JNTO~ Maker and Repairer of Boots & Shoes. OI H DOUBLE HIDE. A (lull, gray evening gloaming down over a gray f-ea. A long, wet (stretch of shell-strewn sand curving below high, sandy bluff*, down whose abrupt face a zigzag pathway descended from the plains above. I took no trouble lo dismount. Cheveignac climbed like a cat. and so I kept his back as best I could during the descent. I “ I say, Half, you’ll go over his head i if you ke<p un in that fashion,*’ said 11 err ics from the bluff. “ Not I." I A slip, a slide, a rush of yielding I sand, at d Cheveigosc taking things ' easy in a sitting posture. ** Never you mind, my boy, my horse J and I arc one. Centaur fashion, and we are certain to come out right side up ” A whisk, a scamper, a bound down I the last slope, supplemented my re-| mark, and my black trotted, head up, for the breakers. Now. if there was any one thing for which Cheveignao had a mania, it was sale water bathing: and I stood at that moment a fair chance of being well ! ducked Herr ie# laughed and hallooed from the bluff, and I used nil my au {bority in vain. Oheveignac had not 1 achieved a perfect training; he bad his freaks • f willfulness quite like the | human beings of his acquaintance. ’ It was directly made manifest that I must dismount or be carried into the i breakers I got my feet out of the stir- I    - tups in haste, rolled over his tail, and ; landed waist-deep in froth and foam I fiend Herries’ scream of laughter as he paused half way down the path. ! h ddu.g his horse’s bridle f atal exultation ! The next moment Drown Meg’s feet slipped from under her. A great rush of sand overwhelmed biped and I quadruped ; struggling, kicking, and half-SLiotbercd. they rolled together to the foot i f the bluffs. Ilerries got up with sand in hit boots, down his hack, up bis sleeves, in i his hair, eyes. nose, arid mouth I apl a shed my way out t » the beach a ii cl laughed in my turn at Hr rn ti Meg and her master, who emitted iii concert I sundry indescribable noi-ts between a cough and a sn* t-ze. !    “ Well. my fine fellow, when you have recovered gravity we will resume jour journey ” *• Precious n >n»ens* ! added Merries. “ to c one d *.vn here at all. We | might have skit Du the bluff* at a re-! speelable distal, e and not cut a1! these antics.*' i “ And gone three miles round C'»b-j ham gully—since w. com I n’t fly across! I'shaw, man ; y on re not Ii art. arid I ve | the worst of the bargain, after all. Now ! to get r*»und Helmet rock before the j tide turns.’’    o ! I whistled to Cheveiirnac, who cam* u | shoreward, roaring and plunging like > * some black sea monster. Me was dtip r> pin*.! wet. I nt the lower half of my body s {quite agreed with him, so I sprang to c “ Mon,” said our host with gravity, “ you r* from old Massachusetts I can’t reconcile your staying to my conscience You’ve good horses, and they’re fed and rested. And you’ve half an hour’s start.*’ “ OI what i ” asked I, with a strange creep of indefinable apprehension. “Of death,’ answered Nixon, solemnly We looked at each other. “ What do yon mean ? Speak out. ! man.” said Merries. “ I hirfy men—more or less nuggets which lie had secured on his    The    'Hopper    Plague, person and brought safely away.    ‘    From the We*tern Rural. We strenuously refused ; ar,dht final-i    The Western Rural is    in receipt    of, !y took up his line of march eastward, :    letters from parties in various    section* and dwells to-day in old*Massachusetts,!    visited by grasboppers    last    year    in . oilier enc man. Rut they were my neighbors’ lo ppers that eat me up. I destroyed all I raked, and can do it j again. I repeat what I have often before said, io relation to the grasshopper. There i- no kind of sense in being scaled, or whipped out by him. God never made these broad fertile acres the nest of thf grasshopper! Rut far I man ’. V,'' ii Ti all the grasshoppers devastation, our productions are nnsur-j passed. In 1879 when it was said we j were eaten up, take this 8tate at large j there was never a greater crop grown on tile name number of aer ss ! ROBT W. Ft RN AS. with his mw recovered wife and a whole family of little olive branches And he thinks the Lord didn’t forget him 'after all. which the prospects of the plague this year is very naturally the prominent topic. Ina few localities the warm weather in February brought out the j    young hoppers in large numbers, and ;    the following cold temperature and snow !    Ladies wha do their    own    housework    j    of March has done the business .Lr .•ss—will    he    i    :,re *pL if they do    not    wear    gloves,    to    this early crop of the insects Rut the I his cabin    '    h*l*c coarse I.ands.    If    they    hap pc u    to    general tenor of our eor**f*p< ( are of the Hand' ‘pond en ce on here within half un hour will go up in smoke, and I shan’t prob- J ,J,I> them into water, they do not take , this matter is. tfiat it ta too early in ably come out alive. I angered cai enough time to dry them well befire once—and they are a savage gang i o°*n2 on wi*h their work. To wipe Saved an obi chap and hi* darter out i hands perfectly dry after bt ing im f their hands The girl was handsome I »»er.*ed in water, is imperatively necessary, if they wi.*h their hands to look white. To keep the hands from chap ping in cold weather, use u mixture of glycerine, one our.ee, spermaceti, two drachms, olive oil, two ounces. Mix together wi'b the aid of heat. Apply this every night, and, if time will admit Me attid as how the Lord wouldn’t forget it ; but I guess be has ” “ Why don’t you clear out ? ” and we looked st our revolvers. Nixon stepped close and whispered : “ My wife, gentlemen, sprained herself ten days ago. and can't even creep They shot my horse and broke up ion boat Fhe’s hid now. I shall hide with h cr. If they find us—w«.*li. Now go, gentlemen, make haste.” ** Rring her here, man—bo quick 1 11 fake her behind me. You can ride with Merries ” the season to predict with any degree of accuracy what the prospects are. It may be that the genial weather of Feb j ruary so fur developed the cogs that i the succeeding cold has destroyed a Urge per cent of them. The appropriation ant of the late Congress contains a provision—in re-spense to various appeals made by the people in the Stub s affected, the lectures and Governors of each State, us of it. every morning. In winter, do not well as by tho agricultural pre?*s of the wash them in hot or cold water. It I should be blood warm, and no more or I less. Mo not go out of doois with them uncovered In summer, use old water, unless the hands perspire very much, as the hand:* of some people do. These Nixon’s face brightened all over I Utter should use tepid water n . i    ...    I    I        I.____I    _ ‘ Out with you—mount! Now wait a bit.” Aud lie darted away The moon West—appropriating $18,000 to investigate this gra.sshopper scourge. We have not seen the text of the act and cannot therefore speak a<iv;»edly of it-provisions, but we understand that it contemplates an investigation in three section?, or divisions, at the head of In warm weather, a go >d preparation j each of which is to be a practical ento- f*»r the hands i.* this:—'lake bait an was in a cloud and the damp wind blea . ounce of powdered alum.and the whites from the sea. The very brules seemed restless and uneasy. lie was back presently, carrying a slender form in a big shawl. “ Up with you,’ he muttered, and tossed her lightly to Cheveignac’s back. A pale, worn (hee I *oked over tov i-hon Ider, and nervous band.* dapped my belt Nixon sprung up behind Merries, and the two horses st irltd side bv side. ‘ Sweet heaven, wli^re was the broad, safe foot-way by which we had skirted th c base of Helmet sock. not two hours ’•go ' There was now naught but a ■‘•irking >e*i ; and I *ng lines cif savage, sheeted breakers upreared f iicm^elvt * tin I smote hail way up the Polid ruck with a continuous roll of thunder « Lr above The other way—d* lUvey'n ! exclaims Hr fn Meg on ti.j e *• Death lies tht r*- ! we can’t go h( r:e: WU t i ll *zc Wha 'Coast to s, reining stranger. d *n t you sci v They think me penned in on thin side. and »he bluffs above arc guarded bv thi* lime In with vou.for your lives ! Further out, men—be-yonu i .*e breakers ! We must swim for it! ” It wss a chilly night, and the flying spray s*!ur*k me in the f *c*■ like the cut a w Min Th P the saddle and cm* d fo.* naught We rode seaward down the long, trirr *w Th V ill open :i fine new Flock of Millinery and Fancy Goods, Ties, l uffs, Collars, ic. A full line of Worsteds. Lninurs Patterns, acc., ace. Doing over Felt hms a specialty. Fashionable Dress-Making done in (hi very best manner. Shop on (Nark street, north and opposite of Wedge & t* j deer s Drug More. FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN are employed. promontory round the bise of Helm t rock, which was only passable at low wafer. The roc! itself rose thief 80 feet fn rn the sar d, a.*.! intersected ti. or creature gasped ltd ii id I. * r fa ce raider. I halted, whipped out tope, and b >ur*d hor secure*', a ainu tnt after, th Elf ( t. J * was s lit it with How i v, ti* rn Iv. (Heated shun inc nu the b ii then billing wa at ol u..* I ga ■ stretch he that k tween us and lh** cabin of a lr* n ieT6- as the h eve ry the' I ward. ch bey behind y > > f-Warn Emir doors south of the People’s Store. Apprentice Girls wanted, vol I lino 141 f F. II A LL, Proprietor. Albsrt Lea, - • Minn J EULO VV Sc NARVESON, Albert Lea, Minnesota. BEA I KRS IN WELL TRIM!) HATS FOR ONE DOLLAR AT MRS. JOHN STAGE’S MILLINERY STORE! ALBERT LEA, MINN- HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR {XHJMAKT HAIR, i and Gents’ Chains from samo made to order. Also Ladies’ Switches, and all other work in that line. Repairing done to order, cheap and on diort notice. Give him a call. 37tf    Albert    Lea,    Mini    . .flew •Markets. A. ii. MCMILLEN HAS REMOVED TUP OLD PIONEER MEA7-MARKET : On F!a*t side Broadway, first door *<>uth of THE PEOPLES STORE. man named Nixon, where we hoped t«» find accotumod at ion* fur the night Neither of us knew the way, snvea*di-; reefed by an old miner named Calsaba Cheveignac, taking superb strides i around the c**irner of the rf<ck, and behind rn my a piece *o' in y- black, nearly nubi> fought and nim clo. . *k created c.;ff ii I Le loc ^ sui I od Came lo (leu u I ” Cl cd Hurries, I lur >t two eggs, and mix together. Then add enough br; n to make into a thick I parte. Apply this once a day. after washing', arid after rubbing th * hands ( together well for alew minute*. wi;e off with a soft towel. This will give i rhein a s- fi brilliant hue, and check any undue am* ant of perspiration. ** (io in and Holler, Then.” At a r«.cant mealing of the Ditroit Temperance RefYrn Club, one of tha ; speakers expa rn d tile cau*e of his pres- : ence by relating the following incident: When Phil Sheridan was riding d^wn I the Shctiind lh valley lo check the progr* Ti of Karly and his men he met a soldier < n the retreat and asked him why he wa-* going to the re^r. The pri-vue answered that his musket w »uld I no! go off. **Go in and holler, then,” said the G.nerai. At th.* juncture someone in the roar of th.* hall near the d< **r did * holler ’ ‘ Fire ! Ll an inst ant the vast audience were upon th'*ir feet and a ru-h for the door wa** in**.i-. luted. .*"*'verni gentlemen upon the s'age tri* d to quiet the Uars of teh peo pie, but with* ut avail, and for a few seconds it seemed a3 though a terrible stampede would ensue. At this critical period, President Dufficld leap* J from the private b* i I t*(»l«l to the s'a_*'t the choir and organ t lead the molugiat. The scientific gentlemen who have been selected for the aomtnis*ion are C. \ . Riley of Missouri. A 8. Packard, Jr , of Massachusetts, and Gyrus Thomas, of Illinois, all of whom are authorities in the science of entomology and are eminently qualified to lead the three divisions e n tem plated in the act Wo understand that these gentlemen will enter at once upon the discharge *;f their duties. In thi* connection we print s left* r from ex-Gov. Furnas, which will be real with interest, by those especially who hare a p^r^onal motive in seeking for information on this subject Among many letter.* in wKL*h mention was made of this matter, we received one from Dr G o Ko e t-, of Kn x Ct nit v. Nib , which curtained this -rap •Th fir a r p ira- Iti R W. Furnas' notes he says— ne* i n »t in z>y opinion be more hoppers than a crop of weeds ii the proper and timely course be pursued. Nuw if Mr. Furnas would, through your columns, give us h:s ex-j Hence he would confer a great favor on u;- wh » arc losing ?<» ninth every year by the mopers. We kn; w very well how to manage the weeds. Very respectfully, Ac ’ We enclosed th (bove to Mr. Tur in which rrl r lf t in drove the I real} h vcigoae awarn illiti*2 in, and he n<_rv ? first ire th< WD bra »r the \< ad ie th' bd ort ued lurches ran hitner and thither all over the Fort iv waiting f beg in.: n*l the : ( ive-    ging train frtghte- Mi .    I * — I 5 - •. Min mil ct lute ii ce sided it an apparent t join, heart and f a1, thi*' way was quiet res (.reuses proceeded. with a nod I'Aed ringing •lade ar*’ u*m to 1 H »id nas; here is I The assert.*>n qu pl lea h Ie only to the y gras* ho pf Y er reg. A h an n*<c* e j i A b, ’*er.** d a s aer *. tt.e c sod in -»U3 hi en bm iii* pal r./s bn I al u***:;e J* in.*ing. I and the f’oir OU J mn h**d ^ed, u b-to To ex it d above, is aping or winglet us where tat* eggs arc ppers arc hatched; s p«*ri rc*iut *.ru J has th With comp Tin th iht ;arui •pp.ers breathing additional exhilaration ami imprecations in in Not a And we in Dry Goods,i teregiaanderson, HATS .A CABS, CROCKERY & GLASS-WARE, STONE n WOODENWARE, I Over W <dg & Spicer s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, Minn. GROCERIES SPICES, SARDINES, CONFECTIONERY, Tobacco, And in fact everything nan ally kept in a country st or**. We keep constantly on hand a first class variety of crG-Ans. v 0116*1474 it f JOHN NI. MARTY, PURVEYOR AM) CIVIL EXG1XEEB, ALBERT LEA, MINN. A. J. BALCH, Having rented the fine shop, formerly used by A. Brown, is now prepared to do | all kinds of repairing, particularly in the j line of Wagons, Sleighs, Bobs, Wood-work on plows, also painting Done to Order! Everything cheap and on short notice. WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS, HE PROPOSES TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION! THAN EVER BEFORE. * £&*y*“Cash paid for Hides, Tallow, &C.. &c. TRY HIM ! MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again calls attention to his FIRE MEAT MARKET, Leave orders with Stacy & Tjrer. For Sale, SIXTY ACRES of good farming lands, ^ 25 acres of which are improved, in the I town of Albert Lea, only four miles from j tho village, and beautifully situated near ; the lake. Will he sold cheap, and on terms to suit purchaser. Call om<r address JO II NtWd EUSON,    I Office over Wodge & Wulfsburg’s store. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, In the village of Albert Lea. A beautiful I location, and a good and convenient dwell- ! iog, will be sold cheap. JOHN ANDERSON. o"'e> ever '’cd/c & wulfifbuig -* ttorc. Give Him a $16 per Acre ImprovedFarm For Sale. Fine farm of IOO acres ; IOO acres now-plowed ready for crop? tame meadow: living springs. GoqiL-lABce- Bt round the enti 1*6’Tarm. Good house, stables, Sc. Post-office across the road, w ith daily mail. School house IOO yards from the door. Albert Lea in full view, miles distant, where everything that heart can wish is for sale, ezcsjif whisky. WEDGE & HIBBS, Agents. Albert Lea, Minn. March 22, 1876.    12 Albert Lea Minn.    lit Where can be found at all times, choice cuts of Feef, Pork, Mutton^ Sa, §c. Also FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season BROADWAY, near Armstrong’s Bank* ALBERT LEA, -    MINN. S. M It. It. LANDS. These valuable lands which remain unsold, in I* reborn County, arc still offered at low- prices, and on e.asy terms. Now is the Time to secure Them. Inquire of the undersigned, to who also all moneys due the T rustecs on Lau Mortgages should be paid. No extensions of payments tchrre taxes ars not paid.    M.    CONANT, Agt. of Trustees, Lacrosse, Wig. Drag For Sale.—A good secoud hand drag for sale cheap. Apply at this office. Blanks needed for town officers use, in carrying out the new grasshopper hiw, for rata at this office. | every breath of the wild sea wind, very nearly ran avera till min standing on the narrow way and scanning the horizon with a face of* painful anxiety. I reined up apologized, and inquired if tile stringer > name wax Nixon ; for I saw not L’tH) yard* away a long, low cabin in the shelter of a huge rock H** said ii was, arid, in one sharp, coni pre-j hensive git nee of scrutiny, took us and i our animals in from head to heel. “ Can you accommodate us with food and shelter to-night ? ” Nixon paused. “ You’re from New England,” he observed, more in the j fashion of a remark than a question And he thrust his hands into his pockets and appeared to consider. “ \ es ; old Massachusetts,” said I, a bit puzzled at him. “So? Same State myself. Main’t seen it since I was knot-high ton grasshopper. Wish I was there now ; but I don’t knot’s you can tie up with uie ” Why ? ” nicked Merries and I together. Hospitality was the prevailing virtue of his class. |    “ Danger,” answered Nixon, signifi- j cantiy. “ Pooh, man ! Do we look as if we ; feared danger ? Give us some bacon and potatoes, and we’ll face any reason-: able danger that any man may, and live Supper, at least, if not shelter.” “ Jest as you say,” said Nixon, indifferently. “ Ou’y remember I’ve warned you,” and he led the way at a dog-trot along the beach. The bacon and potatoes were furthcoming, and disappeared in a marvelous fashion before our savage onset While our host attended to our horses, we found leisure to look about us. The cabin was an unusually roomy one ; at least 18x20. The usual accouterments of a hunter and fisherman were placed about. There was evidence of a woman’s presence aud taste, but we had seen no woman. A kind of uncomfortable stillness reigned, broken only by the ceaseless roll of the surf. A single ray of light broadened and brightened through the one window ; it was the uioon rising. We conversed in whispers, wondering what danger menaced, and undecided whether to stay or resume our journey. “ Let’s go,” said Herries. uneasily,at last; “ I don’t like the danger that strikes one in the dark. Let’s go on to Ilovey’s, it’s only five miles further down the coast, and the Calsaba fellow said it was all plain traveling.” Of a sudden, with no sound in the soft. sand, a black, bridled head and a brown and black Muse appeared before the half open dour. With a haud on each, Nixon stood between them. We stared. 0*p at ad the beach; sh o came faintly to our tars. “ The go ct Lord keep the n that cloud half an I r/r more, minute too so-m,” said Nixon, turned the cliff in a wiJ<j sw swept shoreward with the tide. Mere we are N »w, men, we re !u,e to come on ^ui for a Ion*; stretch ii w are ye, Hetty ? Feel as ifye could pull through ? * Oh, yes—yes Do pray hurry. Let us get away from here, ' answered the poor woman, all of a shiver,drenched as we were from head to heels. Neck aud neck along the sand stretched the horses villi thing feet, all of a sadden came sh uts, shot*, and torch* - flying along the cliff summit and the bluff-' (rn this side Discovered —alas!” “ Curse on this sand ! If had decent foothold—’* Advances in Weather Science. Daria has n >w a jubile barometer, which i3 illuminated at night. It D large—ti e dial nearly five feet in diameter—of fie aneroid kind. anil U proui-in* m.v placed iii the market house. The Cane I State, ha* taken the lead, and U well in advance i i practical lae-U ?rology. Bv a recent crJt ref theNavy Department, the officers of government vessels are required to take part in the system of simultaneous observations of trie weather throughout the northern hemisphere; though we may so n have rivals, this nation will not soon fa!J behind in the race. lien ana a- we. in this portion of the state had to d^-il w:'h. The Doctor’s nee being in the extren.i* north* orti ii of the State ; he doubtless be winged insect to deal with. the latter, we bere have little t) ’ain of apertion is based upon bvth ex- e and observation. By it*I mean • * «* r,**"'ier can exterminate the hatched on h.s own farm, w ,;.i Itta .aoar than usually required to get ril of an *r iir ary crop of weeds To be tToctive. however, every farmer iiiu?i do hi- duty to himself F >r one man to destroy the pest on bis own farm. and his neighbor neglect to do si amounts to but lit*Ie—in fact, is aim st labor thrown aw y To preface the mod*', or idea of extermination grasshoppers, in depositing thnr eggs, are cho.ee in Pelleting th* ir Bealing grounds. They ehoose hard. clear spots, t ieing! to the east and south wh**n obtainable The deposit is not general over a farm. Along roadsides. in bouton paths, unoccupied barn yards, in stock lot"■ are favorite laving grounds Diet for Uonsi mptivea — Consumptives must see that their bodies are properly fed They should not take food as medicine but as nourishment They should have the very best things to eat they can get, and, fortunately, the best things are not alwnj9 ; the most expensive or difficult to obtain. If it agrees, a cup of cream may very appropriately be taken every day by those who are inclined to consumption Brown bread and milk and cream, oat meal and cream, eggs, with a moderate use of beef and mutton, good butter and mealy potatoes, will of them-, feivea constitute a perfect diet. They I should avoid nick-nacks and fane-y food and live on things substantial and nourishing'. Fruits should ba uied in their season moderately. Consumption is a consitutional disease showing poverty of blood awd poverty of healthy tissue. and this poverty must be eradicated It can be dune partially by such foods ag are needed lo build up a strong healthy body and carry on all its functions. .'luny physicians think that the disuse ot fat is a cause of consumption and they prescribe cod-liver oil. not as a medicine, but as a food. and. in many cases is ha* prov* id useful. We think, however, that it is the sedentary and unnatural life people lead that has most to do in causing so much consumption, and wirh that this sedentary life comes a feeble condition rd’ bodv , aud b rain favorable Ic the disease. A wise physical education, abundant wholesome nourishment, would dissi-1 pate half the consumption in the w* rid and theoth*r half would so* n be banian d by some other means. (*< mitt tup* cion is a disease to be avoided, not (u-ed. — - * • - ■-Don’t Whine. I heft are some natures to whom whining i« a necessity. At home or abroad, wherever you meet them, you ire sffLe to Ie enterta’oed I v the r everlasting drawl of fault finding, and a history of their pere *ra, wrongs and gr it* van cee Now what ii the a sc * fall this? It argues a weak and uncultivated miud. Strong men do n<*t sprea i out their troubles proraiscou?ly before the world ; they c t.qucr their own difficulties by steadi >*t reliance on God, and exalted aim an I per>evci ing effort. Besides, it is only the petty trials of life that admit of this whining disposition. 8 »r-r w- and griefs that sink drop into the Soul are loo sacred to be poured into every vulgar and canons ear. Men and wt men who are birt fitted to cope with (bt vicissitudes and straggles of human life, are tlo>c who stand firmly un a platform of a bread culture slu’1 experience, viewing the world as it is, .spiring to the big nest, ani \et to pity and re -1st the weaknesses and tits of its low* st objects. If the fi st attempts in any cherished direct, n fail*, wh»*re is the use of giving up and whining fv%r tile unap-preciativer.ess *d the world. Keep trying, and endeavor to make the next efi-forts rn re worthy of success Genius is like the soli ; she more it is Worked the c ore it w i;i produce. If one really possesses the germ, it will -how itself, and success will come when it is not p wetful enough to make itself frit; and success nut ba-ed on a found*!iou of genuine merit, woald be but a mock* try. Should enemies do you injustice, an i misrepresent you bef ire the world, d *n t .-it down to brood over and whine al ut if; that would be proof either of a p uny soul or a guilty conscience ; but s*-t yourself bravely to w *rk to proveto (he wor;d that you are not what you are represented. Thin may not, always be an easy matter to ac-complisl), but when it is June you will feel much more satisfied with yourself. signals. The French government takes pains    _    , to have the daily reports bear special To illustrates On nay own farm of two    ii    J°« had settled down with a reference to agriculture, oivin'* warn- hundred and twenty acres I ara sure I stigma ou your name that you did not ings of storms to    farmers.    I    not 10 exceed two acres, were occupied    deserve. England is making improvement.-: in    ,n which to deposit eggs last fall. Ob-    i    lf    a    friend    fora ikes yon    in    distress, my    horse    the method of communicating weather    nervation af this time, will enable    tile    {    t    whine    around    him    to    win    him Fhotofiranhv is used there for    farmer to know where to fight.    i    back.    iou can make    half-a-dozen    new ‘ }    ' After laying season, ,,5 before the    *“«• .»*“«'    White    von would be ground is frozen, harrow thoroughly (    P ‘n*Do    fh*t    he was in tho This destrovs many eggs outright, and J wrOD8t besides, h*j would be very like-breaks a large portion of the cells soon 7 to serve yeti up another slice of insulter laying, wiIii insure the destruction deiity the next opportunity. If a man of a very large portion of the eggs bv fs -lou a primate injury, don t whine _    _________m  exposure* Marrowing turn? most    of w en my brave horse put toot on    hard j apparatus at Philadelphia last summer    the eggsupto th here there . lo your left stran- * obtaining fhe observations, but the re-gcr . tin* path ; do jou sci it ? to uke suits would seem inaccurate and unsat-ln Nixon, sharply, holding Merries waist bfactorv. British newspapers, regard-wtlh one hand, and gesticulating with ing this as a popular subject, make dis-the other lr was un easy slope, not plays ol weather paragraphs, with dislike the treacherous path by which we j grams bud descended ; and I thanked God i Holland s exhibit of meteorological urface of the ground. birds, them ferc*d thnugh its secretary, Prof. Yon ! Hepcat the harrowing once or twice .    *    was unexceptionably fine. Since then, and urilicns are eaten by tile stranger, what is your horse good the Dutch Society of Science has of- I that oth^rwi^e woald not find for ? ” asked Nixon, hurriedly. Moof-bears came through the trees, j Baumbaner" one of the''’Centennial torches dauced. bullets whistled about our heads. “ For a case of life or death,” said I. shortly. “Away with youthen—and save Aer, anyway You know the road you came j contempt or questioning anion from Calsaba ? Begone ! ”    isis Last season was one of t during tho winter, when warm days , judge*, a gold medal for the best essay thaw the ground sufficently. Woald | upon the *£onncetion between earth’s j not plow under, because, in my opinion meteorology and magnetism, and the j that simply covers up tile eggs and bet-epots on the sun. I hat such a connec- uer preserves them really. W hen the tion exists, is no longer a subject of ground is stirred again, *hey are thown g scient-thc dryest “ (to, for God s sake, Half,” said I and hottest ever known, and one of alii erries. urging Meg to her utmost. niOHi entire freedom from sun spots I let the rein loose and spoke to my { From the interest awakened in this brave black. Like an arrow from the \ branch of science, great result to the surfaco and hatched out, thus only prolonging the hopper season Flowing destroys but breaks but few cella. lew eg: it in the ears of ever}’ man y*ui meet. As a rule, men do not care much for other people’s grievances; and the probabilities are that you will do your own cause no good, nor your neighbor’s any harm, in fact, there are no circumstances in life. which will make a man excusable for Whining over disappointments, and pouring into the public ear his private trial? and affairs. Virtue, and a calm aid dign dei e>elf reliance are the surest stepping-stones to respect ; and the man who whines, most antj I usually lacks both. In the spring when the hoppers hatch. , k ^ne' Smith wrote < f a Mi^s Mash* .   -1 .1 ... .I*  ______ ham:    In Irving a partrtge I splashed bow we left Brown Meg behind. Level I expected.    ~    '    j que nee until eight or ten da vs old h,er Wllh    from    head    to    toot;    and neck wide nostrils back-laid ears, and; Thoo    or    n _u •    .    During this early stags of their' exist-    I    ^ three distinct brown nils muscles of steel, I fell the ceaseless, , 1 l,0L *,,T!5 0> (j0I I> .    .    e«ce thev huddle to-'ether in vast num- ! °,    JU1C0    tn^1,nK    down    ber mighty heart-beats. and heard the rapid, I I10    a,1(^    TOor|sb    the    pas-    warm sunny exposures like °b««krsbe had the complaisance to aver lannalonous .hud. iltotl, of hoofs. J,he |    I ™ of b/es A, nhis .Le ,h„ .re    ^    Such bdls shot past an«l vanished ini —    ^    its    master*    he    who    lava it I Drooul ,naae 01 smrin lW,^r8, or fight like the phantasmagoria of a j . keeper he who loves it a 'fool* sprinkling them with coal oil—any may vision. Tho woman behind me faltered    I    »    loves    ic,    a    loot,    j    ,    /i_.i    m — ;u u:u and swayed. I put one hand round aud clutched her. “ Are you faint ? ” “ They hit — me — awhile — ago. Never mind—” Good heavens I ” said I. She was bound to me, and could not fall. Oh, the pitiless, relentless miles that seemed never to be got over! When Cheveigoae galloped at last, jaded and reeking, down the long street of Calsaba, I felt, with a sickening fear that I carried a breathless, inert mass behiud mo. Dead V No—thank heaven ; but very near it. Throe hours later, Herries and Nixon joined me. I circumrtances are the triumphs of civilized Iii*.” he who fears it, a slave; he who adores I *“• Co“' oil " ki" ,lu,<>st it,an idolater. Truly wise man is he Jj* c'cn wl,ca ,ul1 'rown anJ ljU who despises it    j    “eased    ..... _________  Much    has    leon    done by ditching wind swept niy .acc, and «re« rocks j    I    »««•»    bo.rd    or toe aim | .A______r_    .    .    .    .    ..I    kramn made ot small twitrs, or by The caution of the New Englander in giving an answer to a direct question was illustrated tome, says a correspondent, the other day, when I asked an Eastern friend of mine, whose Somebody praised a kind of cake I against theuiJafteFthey|ha.e#commenct*d ' family were not noted for very active Jones brought down to his office. He to travel. But in this advanced stage, ! habits—“ Was nor your father’s death was asked tor the recipe fur building »*' hopper has the advantage, and ten very sudden ?’* Slowly drawing one the cake and next day appeared with 1 times the labour is required to conquer. | hand from his pocket, and pulling down the following, which he had taken down Machines have been invented and in short-hand from his wife’s dictation I patented lo crush the insect. I ha\e after dinner: “Seven cups of molasses, j but little faith in machines. I hey can-three pinches of flour, two heaping ] not be used everywhere, and only add * m    *    v his beard, the interrogated cautiously replied:    41    Was!,    rather    sudden,    for him” quarts of saleratns, a pint of sugar, two ; another “ agricu tural implement;, to I l A ^ nn..n,L    fr.,D    u,,!.    Mdo.    co;,.    I    the    list,    already taxing the agricultural .    *-    .    jnctied    for    burning    the pounds of milk, fruit to suit taste; alii well and boil ovei a slaw Are for three hours, and then set aside in a cold oven for a week.” Somehow, Jones said it d i J n’t sound just right, but that was Le way bi.- u !es read.” barn and contents of his son-in law. Any man who will burn tile contents of his son-in-law ought to be lynched. interest of th* country more than all the railroads, school houses, and other internal improvements in the west We want to “nip” the hopp« r “in the bud i A lecturer on optics, in explaining j    - destroy the eggs, and the    young be-    I    the mechanism of the organ of vision, ;    fore they travel.    ■    remarked :    “ I#et any man g,»x& close- Tt    I In thespring of 1875 I    lo t more,    J    ly into his wife’s eye, and he will fee cl tho £5,000 worth of gold-dust aud only (ukes two seconds to arrange it.    perhaps, by the grasshopper than any    himself lo :kiog exceedingly «mal! I think in his gratitude the latter I would have pressed upon us every atom 1    A duel is very quickly managed ;

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