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at the post one Extra Copy of either the Magazine or Weekly will be supplied gratis for every Five at in one or Six Copies for Numbers can be supplied any Complete now Thirty-one in neat cloth will be sent by freight at expense of for per Cloth for 5S by Franklin New Siamese Twins have to of have refused to allow a lot of to open a nigger Sunday School in their are no doubt and very that they will become their Hence they say to the poor are to go to school will soon know more than Washington dispatch says that Davis is to be with the understanding that he is to leave the United to A dispatch also states that Wirz will be hung on Friday if allowed fact is teler graphed that the great scourge has been brought to our shores by a late vessel from despite all we may rationally expect that America will receive its share of the Philosophy is sometimes presumed to carelessness and but that very farthest from While it may not look neither can certainly result in any to get in a Hurry and plain common sense demands that some be taken in our State to meet the insidious and to put ourselves the farthest reach Irom All accounts of the progress of the cholera in the Eastern and especially in where it raged most violently and assumed the most dangerous show that it was not only first but almost entirely confined to places where filth and squalor Avere the Tlie most natural enemy to cholera is soap and which the demic turns as does the rattlesnake from the ash Evidences not wanting where the wave of the disease has broken impregnable cleanliness and passed entirely over and around the ters of where tMs most plain hy carefully complied The wili make in Charing in and in white and in Five New while it will be stripped of by the of Philadelphia of have streets and their the deposits in arii dirt and Eas Boards view for the last few was well known of them that two and settled near in North on a well stocked In addition to this they had ample funds invested through their agent in New Ever since the war began they continued to on their lived in the the same quiet and as until within two Of course no one ever thought 01 drafting and their negroes The brothers probably never would have but ' their turned away their and children were the cause of this Up to the period that each had all well but one of them had a and this awoke and jealousy to such a degree that the two riot bound together like the would no longer live under the same though we believe still in different houses on the same The brothers are it about fifty years of but the smaller and weaker of the looks it is said fully ten years older than the They can turn back to or face to but that is as far as the remarkable bond that unites them will is almost certain that should one die the other could not survive for more than a few as there is an artery as large as the femoral that connects A few years they with of the leading operators in as to the umbilicus which unites them being so that in the death of the one the of the other might be At the request of the London surgeon they visited that and many were tried to determine the safety of such an other a ligature for a few tied firmly around the connection between so as to prevent the circulation of blood through the But it seemed as each would expire ii this were longer persisted in. The smaller of the fainted and lost all and there were symptoms that the same effect would follow to the but that the process could not be continued without endangering the life of him who Avas first to Should the smaller and feebler it be worth mak ing the experiment of bet the prospect of prolonging the life of the other would be very the larger and more healthy of the tAvin brothers there seem absolutely no hope of feebler of the From all it is evident that the connection brothers is very and perfectly it is yet absolute as has been is now the best treatment of both as a cure and a is any kind of but that reaches the not only the lungs in consumption they are not alone but the other internal such as deposit which is the great cause of the All these internal viscera must be and this can done by passive being acted Hence horseback or exercise in a is the common recommendation bt the it does more does Longstreet declared in that incapacity of Davis the sole cause of the of the he the several times haye held and it the base tor offensive Hon. Montgomery Blair was ' in ' Maryland Legislature as -ai for of United States upon he goes and joins the rebel ' P pi that it has all that has been done heretofore by medicine and the various This exercise affects the internally and It does one thing benefits generad has a good upon But the are a special good is bears directly entering its very portals bearding the lion in his This is is in addition to general And is the and the successful or an inactive Avill surely they hasten But rouse inspired and fortified Avith blood and toughened and enlarged muscles the disease is being ior consumption means a a pining the reverse of action Avill The moment therefore that the systems the disease anything in the Avill make a man feel except pinching his fingers in the crack of a it is unquestionably a No man ever fails to think less of himself afterwards than It degrades him in the eyes of and blunts his sensibilities on the one and of passionate irritability on the The truth the more peaceably and Ave get the better for our In nine cases out of the better course if a man cheats quit dealing with if he is quit and if he slanders take care to live so that nobody Avill believe No matter who he or how he misuses the way let him for there is nothing better than this cool and quiet Avay of dealing with the wrongs we meet oe Great eaters never long. A voracious so far from being a sign of is a certain indication of Some dyspeptics are feel best when they are soon as they they endure torments so distressing in their nature as to make victim wish for The appetite of health is that inclines moderately to and leaves no unpleasant their health by the amount they can of any ten nine are gratified an increase of as if mere bulk Avere an in any excess of fatness in decisive proof of existing showing that the absorbents of the system are too to discharge their and the tendency to to obesity is a and sudden death the Particular inquiry almost elicit the fact thai fat however rubicund and are never well they are great eaters never live to an old and are never for a single day some some feeling sufficiently disagreeable to attract the mind's attention small those eat regularly of plain usually have no are Aviry and enduring and live to an active old Remarkable exemplifications of these statements are found in the of centenarians of a past one of the most distinguished physicians among the lived very sparingly after the age of and died in his hundred and fortieth Child's tion begins with the first does he is constantly learning to to do it aiding We cannot therefore begin to teach our at en have long and see what Were you to sum up all that a child has you liye mother is the first groat children come Children are generally the cipal the mother be ing more a The body tlie the moral all re eas hoAV A proper spirits or and hard all his reached a hundred and eighty-five a poor Yorkshire lived the coarsest was one hundred and sixty-nine years old when he Old Parr lived to a and his diet being small and coarse The favorite diet of Henry who lived to one hundred and was bread and and baked who died aged one hundred and lived chiefly on and even that in small his by similar lived to be a hundred three years for Much oldest says the Toledo who have carefully noted the of the say that we Avill have an of snow this They say that ranch jain the summer is always heavy falls of tiie and ' character of the summer is a sure index to the of the in this Our last wet summ ei 185.^7--ten ye ars tiie winter ed more sleighing than any winter is a in a urn of its particles are and riin heavy to the Snow is frozen belief haive collapsed into is of the after begin to fall as Dew the the of the day they with their the cbol of a cloud is a fog floating in the a proper indu are concerns of There is no need of These abound they are constantly moulding and making then should Ave be so careful of our Wo suspect them of harm to the when the child has all his been going to The truth this schooling cannot be he and must it. Only make a prison of and will be all do not tie him to his teacher at Give he have that to and direct him by engaging attention and his him the beauty there is in the iu in Tho virtue makes in the patk of learning will the feet and make them willing to travel what is even so that it has to charm and novelty to The is the important in the education of a and he requires a edge of Imman particularly child in all its many must be possessed with sympathies that harmonize with the and from their superior force direct theory therefore to wait for a child's education is all a He has the education in. some way or the duty of the parent to direct not try to suspect He learn as necessarily as Kind or are two kinds of One is the kind that appears best girls that aire for ' and delight is in such other is that kind that appears besti at girls that are useful and cheerful in the and all the precincts of They differ in One is a consuming about the other is a and gladness all Now it - not low shall be two classes A will both 'a arid ite their good in ' of. there aire t es merits for of with a total - capital of Last woHh of stock was used the of gold and gilt tides which were valued at This furnished for 68-7 males -In the same establishments died last year at the age of a hundred and the main of his life haying been salted and bread made of. Indian From nine general readers out of will tp the conclusion that milk is as are baked apples arid legitimately The only inference that can safely drawn ia from the Only fact running through thesei plain food arid of steady tend a As to and qualities of of diet nothing can for no two of the men lived same kind of rall thait can and soi long in spite of of they that their called for a particular ture of jet and of and the gratification of for and life of and great must not expect to live doing any thing raan and all by doing a particular Journal of ' ' were producing 000.' are said a. 7 not 4 "