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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - September 14, 1864, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaA. Attest miw1www i it a Salt Cable. . a a wednesday september 14, dramatic Persona. By Robert Browning. Up. 2b2. 1864. Boston Ticknor <5 Fields. Pittsburgh Davis Clarke a co. Some eighteen poems so called of various. Length oops Litte this volume making the fifth in the series of Jar owning s Antn is All published in uniform Bize and most tasteful style by messes. Ticknor amp Fields who have graced the shelves of amen can libraries with to Many specimens of their Book making skill. But As for any intrinsic value in Buoh books is the present our Only wonder is that a sufficient number of readers Quot can be found to remunerate the publisher not today the author also for the infliction of such effusions As or. Brownings upon a Long suffering a duct my urgent Public. We Hanoi looked 111 vain Over a considerable portion of this Boot for some evidences of genuine Pattii Firoz Aoa a thug. the weary waste of after Chat on that scarcely Rise to of common place. Possibly we May be deficient in. Poetic taste but we do not envy the Man who con find a so Joyent in or. Brownings Ary pages. The Juff climbers or the i on Home in the Himalayas. A sequel to a a the Plant by cattau Mayhe retd. Author of a a the desert Home Quot amp of a it sons. Up 804 1864. Boston Ticknor Field Pittsburgh Davis Clarke j co a a the if Tust. Work of an author. Yho. Jias rep. a nil Ira Adwa will be hailed with Delight by. Those who avel Eti Joyed the adventures of the Swiss family Bodinson in and its numerous Kindred romances. A Little a Library indeed might now be-made1-up, it exclusively of the Robinson Rusoe stamp. The scene of the. Cliff com jeers is a secluded Valley of the Himalayas into which three Young adventurers pave wandered i and their egress from which is prevented by a yawning a chasm that has opened a a a Glacier Over they had passed a it. Bid conveys a great Deal of valuable information whilst Siil a ully keeping up the interest of the Story with which he a interweaves it. How the captives up to thir time in their Sigular prison their various schemes for effecting their Canapo and he w their Deli Vera Nee was a last Obi aimed can Bast Learned from-,, to which our Youthful readers. A a us Sumer cruise on the coast of x new Benulan d. Liy Robert Carter. Up 261, 18b4. Bos ton Croix a a a Nichols. Pilis Burgh Davis Clarke a co. _ of an entertaining and instructive journal of a fishing voyage in 18u8 during the Washington correspondent of the n. A Tribune in whose columns in inc form of letters Wihib narrative originally appeared. As to natural history in Depari men that has not been generally cultivated this a Tolo i amp valuable for its sket Obes of the fishes of our Northern seas their habits and resorts and the methods of taking them. The volume is by fio Means a scientific treatise but abounds in amusing incident it Lively description and put dog sentiment-., tii Pugh gome years have since the excursion was the Sophes and subjects introduced have not lost their interest and make up a volume of pleasant1 trading for Home tourists who must be Content to do their sight seeing through others eyes. -. Memoir of the Christian Labois a a a Fyk Torae a and philanthropic of Thomas Chalmers . Old by Fiona fag . 218. 18 4. Boston Gouzil and Lui Coln. New York Sheldon a a Civ Pittsburgh Davis Clarke a years ago the Rev. Or. Hanna publish Elt la with amp pm a firs of the life and writings of or Chalmers a in four volumes. This work is remarkably Well written and presents As Complete a View of the character and labors of itself nent sub Jet As can be desired but to do . Hanna was obliged to give in detail a Large amount of matter relating particularly to Scotland and of no special interest in this country. Owing to this the number of readers has been limited and there was need of something More acceptable it to american readers. This want has been supplied by or. Wayland in. The Cerk. Before us which presents phases in. The life of dr., mostly lost sight of by the. Public mind with respect to him. He i generally known to us As the author of the astros nominal it discourses of the evidences of christianity of the Bridgewater treatises and of Many works on political Economy and As one of Tho most celebrated pulpit orators of his age. This idea of him is All True. But he was also a most devout and self sacrificing Christian a most laborious and successful pastor a. Humble and a wearying visitor of the poor and lowly. These Are lha features of his character particularly brought to View in this work of or. Way lamp iid compiled a title full acknowledgement from the four volumes of or Hanna. A this brings or. Chalmers into More immediate connection with the life work of pastors Aud shows How he plied that noblest of All Quot the vocations permitted men in this world. Aye commend it especially to theological students and ministers not in Possession of the Largo work to which we have frequent reference. Annual of scientific discovery or t Ysab Book of facts is science and Art Ron 1864. Edited by David a. Wells a m., m.d., author of a a principles of natural philosophy a a Fito. App. 351. 1864. Boston Gould a a Lincoln. New York Sheldon a co. Pittsburgh Davis Clarke a co. A the some Naifie annual having been regularly issued for some fifteen years May now be regarded As an a a institution a and a a a peculiar11 one same time. It embraces each year the most important discoveries and improvements in mechanics useful arts natural philosophy chemistry astronomy geology zoology botany mineralogy meteorology geography antiquities &c., together with acts Orf the Progress of science during the year 18c3, a list of recent Scien Tifilca publications obituary Hgt of Efi Winfent men amp a. The scope of Tho volume is certainly very of fips Hen give amp of Dale filling up a whilst especially interesting to men of science much but Jas general Reader. A t it it Ernest a True itt. 1864. Sheldon $ co. Pittsburgh Davis Clarke a co. In Quot a. A v a j i a a a of a biographical sketch of a a boy who. In Liis twelfth year gave himself to his swi our lived the lire of a Christian in the midst of boyhood a Yoeu stored trials and temptations and Bre Many months had passed away died the death of a Christian rejoicing in those manifestations of a Saviour s presence which seem to partake of the supernatural. The Book is Well calculated to guide and encourage the Youthful inquirer in the Way of i outside and inside and other tales. A a a compiled for the presbyterian Board of pub-1 location. By Frank Stanley. Philadelphia presbyterian Board of publication. Pittsburgh presbyters an rooms 67 hand Street. This in a of Lection of tales which boys and girls will certainly Fead and from which Many excellent lessons May be Learned. A in k and Kerry cow or the Bible the bes guide. Published by the Quot presbyterian bars nod for Sale in Pitts. Burgh presbyterian rooms. A a a a touching Story be Humble a Ife in Ireland in which the superiority of the Virtues Aud graces taught in the Bible Are shown get it for the children. A mst1�b two Pkt Fesi a Quot Edward a Glen was going Home one a night in the dnsk1.i m not quite sure if he was going sir Aigret Hom for there happened to be a half Way House at a certain Corner we Vijh somehow he could never get past when he had a sixpence in his pocket. He was of. A the Way Home however when h�1 net Sqq old. F Julow apprentice whom he Hadnot seen for an age. A a Why where on Earth have you been All this gt�ilirjq3en7 a a Xela Giuld Jay Sart. A a of we be been on a Hunt after you. A if lir since we Dame to a a a a a r a a a i work at Liob Smanz a foundry a said Edward confusedly. A a All right a returned Frankjr a a but you must take a cup of to a with me to night and we will return the comp lament one of these ,. A a i promised Tea t l Evouli la Early la ome a to night a began Edward hit his old Friend eau gift him by the firm and we peeled him re a ind with Aff air of oar Riib is not n Hundred Nail a off Cut and your wife wont grudge an old Comrade half an a Fiona. Any Way Edward you must look in and see the old woman Ned the evil Dilir gang off Quot know a Yoffy Neift in Obe of the Lucky ones Frank a said Edward Glen As they walked along. A a a Luck Sall nonsense Glen a said Frank. A a my belief is that every Man has his Fortune in Bis own hands with gods a a some Oano to get on though a do a they like a sighed Edward. A a then depend upon it the res a screw Loose some where if the machinery wont work a a laughed Frank a a but this is our Cabin door a a Edward Glen stared As Well he might. When Frank pointed to a handsome cot Tage with a pretty Flower Garden in front and a goodly piece of Well cultivated ground behind. A a two Rosy smart children came running. Through the primroses and violets to Welcome them1. A a a a you have had a Windfall Frank a said Edward in amazement a a yes Yon Cherry tree in the farthest Corner was a Windfall Quot answered Frank a a Ltd great Gravity a a but thank Good acc a there was no worse damage done that Icar Ful a. That was not exactly what Edward Glen meant but he smiled and followed Frank a in silence through the perfumed path of the jessamine , two three four five half a a Daze a to. Keep . A Frank Quot must a have found Gurst a thought Edward. A a a Nitle a situation this re not it Glen a said Frank Pansing to which the setting suns Golden glory. A it but rents must be High in this Quarter a said Edward. Frank gave a Short laugh. A Well most of us up Here Are our own no Frank had got Money left him Lucky fellow. Of a i wish somebody would leave me a legacy a a Bah i be any one s beggar As Long As i could make Way a said Frank proudly. A a we Are obliged to Nobo for what we have and half the pleasure we enjoy is from our glorious in _ a of a what about a. Asked a smiling Little woman laying her hand affectionately on Franks shoulder. Quot a a a i was just saying wife but done to you see an old Friend a a Esther was dressed Jike a. Lady. Pm hat was the secret of All this Prosperity. A glance inside discovered a comfortably in rushed House and an abundance of everything. The Tea was sumptuously served with Ham and fresh Laid eggs and newly churned butter and Cream and hot cakes and jellies. A upon my word a thought Edward a a a Franks got a Rise and no after Tea the boys brought their prizes to show fathers Friend. Three rough tearing lads that weren to kept on nothing smart chaps though and far ahead with their education for their size. A a a who helped Frank a a that was what Edward wanted to know. A a my wife helps me a laughed Frank. A she spends the Money that a her a a but you be got a tremendous Rise since you came to town a said Edwarda a Well in ave Quot Glen a candidly answered Frank a a i am a Foreman a a you a instinctively exclaimed Edward Glen. _ it a a by sheer determination Atud Pere Ever acc a continued Frank with a smile a a you know i Wasny to a Bright particular Star outfit a Edward Glen knew that Well. A a but a growing family put me to my Mettle and so with gods help i got a a but you say this House is your own and your life a a , the cottage is not quite paid up yet a said. its on the Way for it and we Are Clear with everything else a he added gayly catching sip his youngest baby and whirling him Over his head. A a i wish you would Tell me your secret Dysart a said Edward Glen As Frank walked to the with him. A a we have a no bottles in our House a said Frank a a and i done to turn in Corner on my Way Home. Glen.�?�. Edward reddened it a a a a a Lou pc always kept your tee total principles. A a yes that s the secret of our Prosperity id Frank a a if i had yielded to drink with my Dull head i would have stuck foot of Quot the ladder and what s aved off the Beer goes into Good . A a a what a downright idiot i have been a of fluttered Edwrd Glen As he welded his Way homeward a that fellow had no to Balf the change i had when we began to work and he is a lord compared to what i am and All for drink if it had t been for it i would be better off than the Dysart poor wretch that the Brilliant lamp that had tempted his footsteps into the fleece sent out a Friendly gleam. He at if. As if it were a snare to it fleece him. The smiling Landlady stands door he passes without a word and never halts until becomes to his own door and then he half few coils with a feeling of Dis gust the contrast in his own House is so great. A Bare floors Black fireside crying children crying with Hudger Aud cold poor things and a Pale weary wife hanging Over a dirty Wash tub by the Light of a a cracked lantern. How could any Man be expected to come Home with pleasure to a miserable scene like this it was quite different with Frank Dysart. Why his Husne was like a Palace of course Edward a soft to blame it was his wife and full of iut dig nation he went in and abased poor Sarah for not being a bettor housewife and making his Home attractive. He was perfectly so her but Sarah seemed . She looked at him pitifully but no1 answer. And in this she showed her Wisdom. It is said speech is Silver but is Lotice is Gold sometimes Edward Glen was not a bad tempered my an a Little hot when raised perhaps but his Quot anger blew off in no time when he was Soher. He was annoyed with himself tonight a a when that is the Case Eon science is not so a easily pacified. He stormed longer than to Nal but when he could make nothing More of it he sat Down sulkily this cheerless Hearth. \ a a what Are you squalling for Quot he asked As he roughly Shook a thin Little object shivering on the floor Quot u in a so so hungry Quot sobbed the Little o get a a can to you give them some supper a said Glen addressing his wife. A we have no bread in the House to nigh i Edward a said Sarah meekly a a but i a will have Money to Morrow when the 1 nebs Are sent Home dear a 1 1 a a and have you no goals either Sarah a he asked. A a there is one piece left but we must be a a a a Ai a a it a a cold night though is led Ward a a let is have a fire for once woman Aud. There a a shilling to get a loaf and so often a a Golden Klering much change that Hadr cum Over Edward Sarah broke the last Lump of Coal in the House and a Good Hie and when she had tidied up the Hearth and set away the tubs and smart ened herself Uji a bit., she took courage to ask him if he had got his wages advanced 1 nut yet. But i expect so moshing of that suit it 1 keep m the mind i m in just now a lie answered. A a buc if i Lead known you were coining Home Fao soon to night t would have been in by tour order a said Sarah. A a Younany to make this Hovel look much better Quot replied Edward with a dash of. Bitterness. A a a perhaps we shall see better times yet a Assad Sarah hardly knowing what to say. A a Well id blow out my brains to night hope>80,1�?T-said her husband. It i poor Sarah feared he had gone out of his be looked so wild and a Flange but next morning he was More composed and went out to his work quietly. In the . Came Home straight from the Tuu . A a a a. A. A a a lie is out of Money a thought Sarah a a when Day comes he wont pass the a Golden r it fancy her Surprise when instead of staggering in with a Bare a shilling or two it a lose on Midnight he Simc in smiling be lore it was Dirk and Flung is unbroken wages into her a a there Savaii and before Long if god gives me strength i Wilt have twice that sum to give you on a poor thing she burst into tears and fell sobbing . A a a a. A a i ave been a downright Diot and a brute to you1,,.for All your goodness a Quot said Edward with a husky voice. A i no to deserve such a a a a ooh done to say that dear Elward Quot sobbed Sarah. A a you were always. Kind but for drink a a a a Well you will forgive me lass i see a interrupted Edward kissing her soft Cheek a a and we will a begin life again an Frank Dysart a. Principle no bottles in the House and a Cleavi head always to make Progress a. A a of thank god thank god a murmured Sarah. A a a of i do with All my heart for leading me to a Noble example to open my Blind eyes a said her husband. After Tea they went out together to make some purchases and next Day the neighbors were surprised to see Edward Glen going. With his Wile to Church but had they looked in at dinner and seen the Bright blazing fire and the Well set Tafile they would have got a Surprise a whole joint of Mutton head and roast potatoes and a Jolly Plum pudding because it was sunday. Said Little Johnny to Tilly in a whisper As he finished his pudding �?o1 think we must have died and gone to heaven if its to be always like journal. Something 1 Titard in the Street. A few. Days since i heard loud talking in the Street. The voices were children a voices. I looked up and on our flight of Steps i saw a group of children and on the opposite step across the Street was another group. A a. A a you Haven to a carpet on your parlor nor on your dining from a shouted one set of the children. I could hot hear , but in the same taunting tones rang out a a a a a you Haven to a piano in your parlor a i not listen further for it is very disagreeable to see children trying to make others unhappy and to Triumph Over them a because one possesses what the other does not. Carpets Aud pianos Aie comforts for which any one May be thankful but the want of them id no. Cause for contempt. It is what we Are not what we have that a fits us for heaven. ,.kind heart that prompts to kind words and kind acts is a a better treasure than anything that wealth can Purchase. The. Ten a i wish that if to help me on in life a cried Lazy Dennis with a Yawn. A a Good friends Why you be ten a replied a his master. A a in i 1 sure in be not half so Many and those that i have Are. Too poor to help a a count your fingers my boy a it said his a master a a / Dennis looked Down on his big Strong hands. A a a a a count thumbs and All Quot added the master. A. A a a a a i Baves there Are ten a said the lad. A a then never say you Bave not ten goo d friends Able to help you on in life. Tryve it those True friends can do before you go grumbling and fretting because you do not get help from brother doctors took up the cry sea bathing suddenly became the fashion or. Riis Seil waa i in i it ii in Iii Aud inside at Brighton and the fishing villages in various parts of the kingdom became inundated with visitors. Brighton being the Point where the sea could do most easily Barbei firn 1 Odoj. Was f and out a us Possis Siou of by a Colony of citizens anxious to follow the fashion and recruit their health same time h present time i believe. A great Many More people go to the Seaside than to Inland Waters Aud it i am convinced that they Are perfectly Correct in so doing. I have lately visited several watering places for the purpose of taking scientific observations on the composition of sea water �ce., in the a a neighbourhood of London pro a Cee diag in one instance f rom London Bridge to Ramsgate by the Steamboat Albion and i May Here say that i was agreeably sur priced very great amount of a com. Madation afforded by this ship and the splendid decorations of the Ding Saloon and of the Magnifico end co As Well As the cheapness of the repast these by a Gate steamers arrive my time for a passenger to return if to London Bys the evening train. A trip by them is a very delightful Day a Holiday. A the general complaint Seaside is that there is nothing to do and the time therefore passes wearily if however the visitor wishes to obtain amusement she will not fail to observed carefully the products of the sea Shore locality where she happens to by situate of the Childre it also should be encouraged in habits of practical observation of what they see before them and Fiey should also. Be encouraged to Quot Cason upon Tolfe various phenom Cua which Oonie under their notice for instance it should be explained to them How that whereas sea water kept stagnant for a Short time a in a vessel soon becomes bad Large quantities As found in the sea never by any Chance lose their freshness in consequence of the Beautiful alternation of the tides whereby. The whole body of the water is kept in continuous motion. It should be also pointed out How that each wave when rolling in coils Over itself As it a to ashes = the Shore thereby absorbing a considerable Quantity of air which materially assists the peeping fresh of the whole mass and How that storms though often injurious to the Shippings in reality do a great Deal of Good by causing motion m a Large body of water which otherwise would remain too Long stagnant they should also be taught to observe How that a storm at a distance will cause what is called a a a ground swell a exactly upon the principle of the minute Waves which Quot appear on the Calm surface of a horse Pond radiating from a disturbance when a Stone is thrown into the water. At most seaports there is a barometer peed in a Public locality and it would be highly interesting to , from Day to Day the. Prophecies by this barometer and to Sec How far these prophecies turn. To be True nor indeed should the Structure of the sea Shore itself be neglected. It should be observed that where Cliffs face the Ocean cavities have been hollowed out by the action of the Winters Waves upon them. On the contrary it the Shore be Sandy the Ripple Marks upon it should be . And it should be explained How that they Are ther exact counterpart of the Ripple Marks As seen on the Clouds when the sky assumes the appearance of what is known As a thrown up by the Waves of the sea Shore will be found objects of endless interest torn from their Beds by the action of the Waves and storms upon them thus will be found specimens of the oar Weed so called from its resemblance to the rowing oar and the a a bladder wrack Quot so called from the numerous bladders inserted into the substance of the Plant the use of which Isao float it in the water and thus prevent its destruction. Bunches of Lemon Weed should Algo be noticed Aud rubbed in the hand when a smell like that of Lemo Peel once be perceived. Handfuls of should also be collected and placed inva vase of water at Home As the wider clears it will he.seen1 what thousands if minute living creatures inhabit the Ocean and a what a wondrous world of animated life exists in the Waters to a by our of the1 reach cognizance of human Quot Bur Mand. Jig and Johnny and you Mother a a there then run As fast As you can Tilly a said her father wrapping the soil a log in a piece off paper a a a and get a cake for yourself pro. Any thing you i co Chi id he i this Tice befit Fdl Ajo Hunya sourly head for there were fears in mis a yes. In. A a a a i _ Lar a a. I to Early impressions. A a the pictures in my fathers Library sent me to sea before i was ten years old a a said a new York a the life of Harriet Newell me a missionary Quot said a self denying labourer among the Heathen. A a the words of miss Mary Lyon a work where Node else will a me choose my Field among the poor and outcast of the City Street a is the testimony of a devoted Pupil of that he Roic woman. The utterance of a departed Mother a a i love the Bible better than any other Book Quot led an impenitent daughter to abandon Light Reading a word fitly spoken or a written will often prove As a Nail in a sure a an old Sermon. Skeleton of a Sermon preached by Rev. We Hiscox in Newport ii i., August 8, 1729, from Eceles it 12. The time of youth is the Best time 1 a for Good impressions. �?�2 for Strong resolutions. 3.&Quot-for fixed affections. 4. For applications g 5. For diligent observations. Not to remember god in youth is 1. To slight his invitations. 2 to disregard his legislation. 3. To disbelieve his imprecations. 4. To reject his opera Cious. La italian to is. Observations Seaside. The time is now near at hand when the annual exodus of Many of the London population will take place toward the Seaside a truly sanitary measure both As regards the health of ladies and also of Chib Dren. It is exactly one Hundred and ten years ago that a physician named Russell wrote a Book upon the advantages of Bath log the body in sea water an idea which a had not previously entered into the brains of on forefathers. Up to that time to. Use the words of my Learned informant and Friend or Roberts of Dover the sea was judged to have been designed for Commerce and Seaside Tow Del for the residence of Mer chants and fishermen. At do previous period had there been Seaside visitors. Why should they in the sea coast when no to Tiv could be stated ?.�?at a time,.too, when. Northampton healthy climate was attributed to its distance from the noxious fumes of the sea.-, there were certainly water a eng placere Hurt fest Quot were towns where those Mineral water so existed such As Bath Chelt Efriam of Ivry a go Tel amp a. A or. Ruts a a r god save Tom slate. Father in prayer to thee. Low bends Tho willing knee save thou the 8mte save thou the Union so now make each wild he if to Bowluke our prayers heavenward flow god save the state. Guard with Why siring right Arm our goodly ship from harm Thoat god Art great peace o or the Waters spread till the wild winds arc lied. Unholy passions dead god save the site teach us Lic Christ to live All our wild work forgive Tho ii Quot lor Dart great a. We know nit what we do a still a Blind path pursue lord thou 6ur Light renew god Bave the slate hear Oliou on prayer this Day turn not thy face away make Wrath to cease a 1 till Broad al Ron sea to sea All dwell in Harmony. So be tie Praise to thee. Great Prince of peace an interesting Relie a the editor of the Trenton Monitor has recently examined a manuscript letter Date d Lisbon the 17th of december 177-7. It is from a tory across the Atlantic to Dory in this country written in the style of writing and on the paper a of Tho period a Kan showing the Marks of Aire and travel the writer extra ses grat a fixation occupation of Philadelphia by King Georglos troops and laments the defeat of Burgo be also a a the situation of oar friends whom the Congress had sent prisoners to Virginia a probably to a a the letter has a s Range interest from being writ leu in midst of events which Bayo been so Long matters of history and we can hardly realize that after Tho Lapso of eighty years the correspond ence concerning this War will be of As much interest. .4 the wealth poor Anil grime of the City of Loylon now covers an area of 120 Square Miles and contains a population of. 3,000.qjfio.souia. It is stated in a late report of the lha Tiu population has increased since,i860 rate ofv.l000-. Per week i far surpasses any other City on the face of the Eaith in wealth an u s t also be it and Dedans in human misery. The registrar general records the lain table fact that one in six of those who leave s the world die in the Public institutions workhouses hospitals. Asylums or prisons nearly one in eleven of the deaths Ision the workhouse. Every sixth person Dies a pauper or a criminal. The posthumous papers of Hawthorne i eluding Tihany of his old court Ibunious to reviews. Magaz ties and annuals will to so ii published by Ticknor and is demonstrated by the Quot official statistics of the census of the United states from 1790 to 18jg0, that Tho total annual product of the free states yer capita exceeds that of the slave states largely More than two to on amp Aud including Merce very nearly . As regards Edu. Eation also the Ralitz in favor of the free states is More to aria our to one in 185 of and cult i b 1, r ii it it. A in 18 50 More Tian five to one. And even As regards agricultural products those Quot of the Liee s ates were $2,527.676,000 per Aioli in Anil of the a Lave Statch Only Su-iy-324,000 the value of the leads off the Lee states was s2j19 per a in of the slave states Only $10.46 per acre the pro duct of the improved lands of the free states was of it 68 or acre it and _ of the Piave slates $11 of while per capita the result was $131 48 to $70 06 Rattlesnake editor of the Hartford Goon Yves has been shown a new kind of leather Frohl rattle a naked a Sims sent from californian. The skins have been tanned and Are up into slippers. In coot they Are Brown marked Wuh Black. Rubbed one Way they Are smooth As silk but rubbed Back Vard they Are very rough the Uip As though the leather had been nicked with a knife. The skins measure about six get in length. They arc very delicate a and a easily torn and Are Only valuable on account of their Novelty i t farm a Arkett amp a. A management of Toung pigs. A a pigs Young or old will eat anything add pigs thrive in during the last fifty years or so of my Long life i have it least three fifty times heard that singularly stupid remark from the lips of men whose experience to say nothing a bout their Possession of at least average com Tong sense in regard to matters and things in general should have taught them better excepting Young hum Aba. I a feature Tny to tip Ulrey for the attainment of its greatest Phi steal Pei fiction greater at Quot of a Taon or crore skilful management than a Young dig. And in truth As to internal a Structure there is far less difference than people in Gin eff a suppose Between the you a child Sinai the a you Biog pig 1 let the child be kept id comparative darkness and Yms up wholesome food and you will have in the result a stunted weakly Man or woman of a so Romulous body and an intellect to match. In the Case of the pig of course the intellect the question what you want to. See ure in Piggy a ease is the greatest capacity a in fattening,-4h�t it May be the earlier production As to time and afield the largest possible Quantity of pork in Cash. If you would ruin your pig As to both of those requirements Pray Lake As your Rule of porcine management profound Maxim quoted head of thi3 Brief paper but be assured that in. Doing so you will make pig fee Dirga mighty in in Citable Pursuit whether As to your Larder or your purse. Quot a weaning Young that Young pigs like Young children find weaning any thin Bat a pleasant process. The former like thei Iatter should be weaned gradually and tie gradation should be commenced very Early. In my native county Hampshire England,, so pitch attention to pig management that we have obtained the Hampshire hogs and a few words a3 to our management of our porcine Stofik May not be quite unserviceable to the readers of the practical Farmer. We keep our Breeding sows when in pig in ail but actual fitting condition. Her food besides being Good is always boiled and Law lies be d to her at about the temperature of new milk it is Given to her at. Regular hours so that she May never be so hungry As to a fret it should always have a Light sprinkling of dalt and in addition to her feeding trough Bhe should always have a Small cast Iron scrupulously Olean and constantly supplied with Glare fresh water / a i presume the hog and her Young family to be comfortably located in a Roomy and detached stye which like the a troughs should be kept scrupulously clean for though pigs undoubtedly will a a thrive in muck a they will do so not because of the muck a but in spite of it just As Many a dirty and ill Jed boy lives in spite of dirt and privation to be a Stout Man. But who will venture to. Deny that he would have been still More robust if he had grown up without the. Dirt and privation instead of in spite of them. In a Good clean stye rather High roofed Ana with a ventilator above and behind h r sleeping place our lady Bessy hog Well fed and regularly fed will support her Little family with profit to her keeper and without visible injury to Ber own condition for a full month. Then let an opening be at one Side of her Breeding stye just Large enough to allow of one of her youngsters getting from the stye into a narrow but enclosed in which a shallow or trough of really Good stuff Barley meal thinly at first mixed with ,.wai m skimmed i l k and water Shourd be placed at. Three regular hours daily. The Tittle pigs will at first feed in a slovenly fashion enough their paws will be As deep As their snouts in the tempting mess and their jaws will get More on the outside than on the inside. But mag sur atrium Venters the. Belly is the great master of arts applies no less truly and strongly to pigs Tau to men and after a Day by two your Quot Joan pigs Wilf require a larger Supply of heir outer stye food. Two great objects Are thu3 Young pigs wit Bouc privation to themselves Are gradually weaned and the Mother pig suffers the less from their appetite increased with their growth. A i. Have known in my own management of my Styes at Upton Gray in Hampshire a smile fortnight to Weun a Large litter of pigs both Mother and Little ones being in really splendid condition a it. A let it be remembered that it air sunlight cleanliness Are As congenial a to properly kept pigs As to humans. A pigs thrive in muck he ? yes and so do measles and foot rot neither of which would afflict the porcine family if the above Brief directions be complied with the troughs being of cleanly kept Iron and the Styes is Vida a Southern exposure a a. T h a practical Farmer. R if flour with a Shade of dark is perfectly Sweet and i never buy the highest priced flour yet i do not see but i have very mice bread. 3 a a in these Days it is very Well tor All to economize in that which we can a justas Well As not a if there is Money to spare there is suffering enough to use it All Iri flounce of Iron on vegetation. A curious discovery has recently been regarding to the influence of Iron on vegetables., on the Chalky shores of France and England where there is an absence of Iron vegetation Lias a Sere and blanched appearance this a a appears by the application of a. Solution of sulphate of Iron haricot be abbe watered with this substance acquired an additional weight of 60 per cent. Mulberries peaches pears vines and wheat Deri my Switaj Ges from the same treatment. La the cultivation of Clover wonderful advantages have been gained by the application of sulphate of Iron on soils in which that Ingre client a is wanting and in ca8es wh.0�e�it is desired to produce an Early crop the material is of course cheap a and,.the Quantity App bed Small 3a11 the Scales fad life around the blacksmiths Anvil should be saved for the land they Are Worth five cents a quart to gardeners. No fruit Oise a of much benefited by Iron just in foils Asci the Pear. A a it a Bow to Sweet Corn g when the Corn is in Good condition fat eating the grains bring fully grown Quot by in a Quantity of ears just enough to Coder the Kareh and then let them Cool and a few hours a and then hell or Cut off the grains and1 spread them in he Hun tillj5iifed the1 Best Way to the Corn is to Hail a a piece of cloth of very open Tex juror on a Frame which if two feet wide and a five Jong Gill be of a convenient size to scientific american. A. ? / t w fj4estj Mojo gals in favor of i Groyer amp a Quot Aker sew1n.g Mac h ikes. I. 3�>� Quot i take Plo Oare a recoup Neading it As very Way re it blew a Bey. Or ura.y1ts, i a editor new York Independent. Pia0s Sider Edthe ext pm it warranty for eight year a a a la a it Knab Efmira would , tire a in car Potuk Szoit from the ii a l Sutler to it a finrow i. Snail. 4. N a i. W a circular p. Or at i 1 a to a to it circular of two a in kit Pic a to re try at tbs Ritj the a Tate Row ss9 4 co Tjia mi5l< �,1 a re a 5� 5 0 or i Tiu of Grant Vul. We Xhu plus Ltd Quot a it . Ph/-., the Adjlum Kun u a a i a eur attn. R2 5 ?1 a. Reah in Corner of Liberty and hand pa., ��?~�?~ivantdaito�?~tetir0�?o Choice family grocery the Public tobi�.,�?T a i eel to hou8�krt57/ we re it Japo Moo Quot a Aib Rotali a floods c�rfe0h.u.cfebi for cartage at and of to. If �?~5n of right Reif free of. ��ass�r�sir��5s desired and a lib is �1 go it tit and Camf Otilit Ilni in Tau a a John a. Rf.nk1uw. Al re to if Aioli or bask a Allegheny a designated depo is to r a a a and a financial agent a a. A top the meditates. Ton i and a t a a new g0yeenm1nt Loas a this loan is Stela Tudor Aith Rita of an approx red a March 3,18b4, provide full to i Dejl Milloni of dollars $200,0ii0 Zooi line 5i a my a a rite enable after ten y<yrstod�?Tllm�?Tf1� to it Quot a its Date in Coin dated March 1,18toeaji&Quot"jr� rate of 5 per cent per Attner in Cote Semi Gunnar Fly on ail Bonds Over Sloe and Quot a p and Zeab Ataii Paliy. Subscribe or l races either a Giet ered or cot 1 on Bemis of i % a icon Fosa myself delighted it editor new York Christian advocate the your 8ew�ni5 machine. Rev. Or. Strickland i have nod Grover it Baker for two Yearel Gann Ohto have been worn of wit boat Uiti Giying of a it Rev. Go will pole new York. U for several months we have used Grover Baker 8ew-Inp match be and Wii pleas Wro testify to its Beautiful and Elan sewing Aud its simplicity.0 it g it Geo. P. Morris editor Home Jbv Mal a my family Bamben a Newt Uclea Sunj Ini .vsuse.the first. It in a Ianuly 3as. Poi . Sex Goy Era Iron Pennsylvania office no. 18 fifth Street Pitu Burgh. A a. A Chatoney i if mural aurnt. Jlewis Bome bread cheaper than Bate a a correspondent of the Boston transcript makes the following statement a a by repeated experiments in my family i have found that in making Domestic bread a using yeast prepared in the House a Pound of Good flour will Icid very nearly two pounds of bread the Only addition to the flour Sqq about a tablespoonful of Indian meal water and Salty to two three Pound 1 Naves. A Pound not never failed to yield a Pound and three quarters of bread. Then i this estimate a barrel of flour of 196 pounds 343 pounds of bread 343 pounds of bread if bought of the Baker in Pound loaves at five cents would have Cost me $17 15 my barrel of flour Cost me time o f these tri ils Between $7 and $8 this is an argument lor. Baking ones bread instead of buying it even at present prices Iii Ich Money would be saved by baking a at Home unit it used to be rate to find a five cent loaf that weighed Over 14 ounces. Therefore buying bread was still More expensive than my calculation makes it. In these times five cent loaves weigh 10 or 10i ounces sometimes less so a that the Price a purchaser of bakes bread actually for a Barr Ohof flour is enormous when flour is e Ven $12 per barrel the Cost office cent loaves is equal to paying $25, the Loave Weigang. I0j ounces. I think stickers for very White flour make a Uusi in Obein Domestic Economy. I Nevek buy it. And val�oa8le a books for Sale presbyterian Book rooms a a i it Ren Srawl a . A a no 57 hand Street Quot Pittsburgh a a 1 a Tow Board of co Portage especially invite their friends in Call at Mieir rooms Aud a Anmie their Large assortment a of religious books among which Are the following new issues a a a a. A. A the Prophet of fit. By Morduff i to Biblo illustrations. By Rev. Rnewton1.35 the Bab Batch. By Gilfillan. 1.25 a the of Briet withman., 1.2ft the imitation of Chnat. By Kempis. A 2o the pm at of Honor. By the author of a a doing andr v suffer id a. A 1-00 the Inch re vement of time. By Foster. 1.00 by re. Robertson. Loo the old Flag. . Putty Sven by Tho author of Insh Amy,?1 25 i Maud Summers the sightless. Anna or a daughter at hume7 7 Tony Starr a legacy or Trust in a covenant keeping god. 75 to not on Sabbath schouls. F. 75 if Art on . 75 the True Pearl tout 50 i Huik Viniey Wyiona for heavy hearts. 65 i the coins of the Bible 20 a Bible of suns on Stino .,.l.� 20 a hits to a aleuts in hospitals 20 All the issues of the Board of publication and Large Pup a ply of. Sabbath Sci tool books always on hand a it. John Culbertson librarian. Feblot a t a Bonds As they May prefer. Aipuu Thone avid doll Ara. S5,000 anti re Jyi $10,000 Aud Coupon bunds of the dollars $50, one ii undo a Edlam. Tuu t five a .1 lats $50p, a cd one thousand do Tais i you Quot i t t. Try. A a Kevin Psi dust. I 4 u. Rameil cashier. I Apps a Pittsburgh be Pale Coli Ece bks. I. C. Pes Shiko . Cres to. Best sustained College in the Sta e. Jew dirty teachers Superb buildings to Wloch our. Us duty it Vulliet hot n tin sri or a o. Ive just Bectro a nov. At a cosi of a i get a Theortri Enlal Brau claw a extensive course of study. In or will com Deuce August . Scud pro it a i allt6 m hapa0 a. To Uzi g new and Chick self Cucos Spring and summer boots shoes rubbers &c., a a for Sale Iliew Boot and Siluk to Obs Slater amp South 54, Market Street 2d door from third a niarhou i it thu kill. In. Tall Arle books published by Smith English amp co Farrar a science jul theology. Hshi religious Cai est of conscience a the Young in Virdon. 1 a by voc Thiry of philosophy. Edited by c. A Kaulu. D i .2 1 Bible de al is runs and great gone umm Tiou .1 0. Parame of the ten virgins. 5 to botch on the gosh of John. A it it. Cermon on the mount2.75 Fttie Bairn a Hernie nautical manual .4.5o winery a grammar of the Stew testament.4. I it Coles of i Iota of Corfi Guty. 9u Eft Fps for the pulpit. 1.75 pulpit themes. �.�?�5kurt a a in Orch history. 2 vols.�?�?. J Hengstenberg on Ecclesiastes. I.o1 Mcilyar Iuca a Evi Encoh of christianity. 75 Luther on galatians. be tuckers Popup amp a theology. \ All our Poblic Cattone cd cd he had of boo amp st tiers be Ernly or wiil be sent by mail Pust amp by paid upon prices advertised by the publishers . C. Sill. No. 246 a pin ii Street Pittsburgh attends to eds to an Dies of the rental profess in. Tyft a a it he Mutual Lippe insurance company 1 of new York. Frederick s. Winston president by 1st, a come Obe. 2,000,000 is by a Batik 20 yearn a a. 5 000,000 Suk lbs Dmn a bar Ike five yet aus less a of fit tab ii millions of dollars King Abou exp East Peb a xxx. On Particia ainu assets Juby 1st, ism. Annual income paid claims Over. Smith English amp co.,. No. 23 North sixth Street a Philadelphia. Gilbert m he Masterjoseph m Gas atm jul master so ga2zam. Attorneys at Law a a of Grant Street in Lotta parsis. Soldiers claims for pensions Bounty and Hack promptly Colte cled. A�27-a refer fiotes in Pittsburgh. A non Thouas Howe Isaac Pennock jaws j. Look John al Abb not Georoe r. White a Willi am w. Ward jam8 ,. Be a. Is atom f Lou i Sci Shamek count. A a he Cord. John d. Scul1.y, William e. Schmehil Thomas h. Lane William Shinn a Willin Boothe William Vankirk Quot 1 b. L 1ahnestock, Whitmore. W. A. Allock m.d., a lib dial exam her. George Black Stock agent no. 37 fifth Street Pittsburgh. A Jason st Hamlin so a a. A. I v. Hmm amp up amp of caution to pts chasers. Tho wide demand for on Cabinet organs Haa induced i Aler in some cases to advertise quite different instruments As Cabinet organs Aud m others to represent to purchasers that Ollariu mums and other Tot d organa Are Tho Auno thing. This in Nix Tux. The excellence of the a a a a. A v a a a a i. Cabinet organs Given them their High Repaty Tinq arise not merely from Tho superiority of Thor work Lahip. But also a m Large measure from essential differences a so Oon Sabdo Tion which bomb patented by us. Cannot be imitated by Othol a a is. I rom these arise their bettor Quality Aud Volti Uio of tone and capacity for expression. Every Cabi not Oligan hoi upon its name Hoard in full the words a Bason amp irm Liln Cabinet Orfisn. Vlaicu a dealer represent i any other instrument a a Cabi Luetory Gifu it h ii Bualle a Mare attempt to sell and inferior of which to can make a in Cor prices of a it. R. Cabinet organs cd to $550. Were room no. 27 Washington Street Bob ton m Ason a ii Amlin. No. 7 Mercer Street n�?Tew-ytfr1t Mason bk0thhk3. No. 81 Wood Stroot Pitta Burah Oil As o. Mall ii. Jy20-r Yob Heron works nos. 7, 19, 40, 41 and 4i Penn a Street Pittsburgh a Foster Ako Compaq Quot machinists steam engine builders and Iro a founders Are prepared to mazut Autnie or order on Short notion a to on the Moat favourable temp a a All kinds ots team . And having just completed a Firat Clasa found by Are read to Oil orders for oath figs of any a Isu or pattern go Diers it claim Agency. W. A amp Hall Pattee Soh / solicitor amp of claims and pensions no. 144 fourth st., Pittsburgh a a t a pea Iona Bonn Tea Baek and so Minrz a Cly in la of All pro in try Collar try. If t f a a Stew trimming and furnishing House. P on Stockwill be found the Moat Complete in the div embracing All the newest styles of tki&fming8 in q,u1p.b, a head and Rulo to Minn Bead and Rosette buttons hosiery gloves Fine embroider is my Hite go oils Bonnet and trimming a ribbons f so it scotch staid velvet and filk ribbon s r hoop skirts Bai Mora Skirta Morocco this silk and scotch plaid Belt lace handkerchiefs ribbons Point lace collars Valencia collars maltose Collar and cuffs Laos sleeves. Ladles and gents furnishing goods a Moorhead Dennison amp Cor. 81 Max kit Street . A a a / a a t John d. My Coll James s so tvs a a be manufacturers ant dealers in hats Cape and Straw goods wholesale and retail 111 Wood Street p i t u be a r ave now Ron hand for Spring Eales As Large and 1 Aufort Mutof goods Asean be found in any of is lies consisting of Fui Silt and Wool Era of every style and Quality Caps of every anal ii amp id l?-9 i Ashi Oue Halm Leal Straw leghorn and Haume Straw and silk bonnets Etc., Etc. Pers a c f Purcha Eleither by wholes Leoz Rotmil Wili ii Dit a t o of oks psr12 the presbyterian Board of publication i i 821 a Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Heavenly hymns Fok heavy hearts. Cor piled for Tho Ojard of publication. 12mo. Up. 21a. 65 cents. A collection of poetry from various sources and containing May gems. The True penitent ports Ateo. In a part it it a a a jul pm sinus of the fifty first a film to which is a a a the doctrine of Repkin tace As Deoly i in Alt 3h. Liy h. C. Fines . Ant or of a thu let Soti be generation a Adaui turd Christ a pm a . Pp-110/ Price 5h cents. A ind and impressive exp ibo Ion of repentance in the Himple Aud late resting form of expos icons. Hints for patients in hospitals. By to it a re Tuii uns Scott ., author of a a a commentary on a -B�Bia,0 Etc. 32mo, up. 32. Price 2. Ltd Nta. The coins of the Bible. And it s mosey terms. Jamori Bors Snowden . Iao up. 72. Puce and 25 author of this work colonel Sumodi a was for years director of Tho United states mint find i in Erie it try familiar with the subject upon which to writes. A tbs a Iasson-1 on Palestine by tha . P. Breed. . Bino up. Ia2. I Ica 2a> cents. A valuable question Jook for the Uno of Bible i amp ses. Please address orders to a Winthrop Sargent t�b2l-r Bonsi Uesel correspondent b. A. H. Dabbs to. To a a to a a it a Soe 4f6an<i 48 st. Glair Street 1a i a a a a a Pittsburgh. Water color miniatures. Martess vis ettes. Life size photographs j a a a a in. Crayon Oil India Ink Etc. Photographs with landscape and fancy j. Backgrounds. A Ivory types. albums a a Gilt frames in a a a _ fancy articles adapted myl8a ph0t0g&ap1uc business. k of. Kirkpatrick a sons. No. 31 Satir third Street 8hwzzv Marxt and Chestnut st busts phyla Del al 1a pm a for Sale a. Spanish and a Rubrn Flauy Hebr hide 0al0ui to and Patna Kips. Tann Krs Oil. 0, at Quot the lowest prices and upon i. The bust terms. A. A. Jf7 All binds of leather in through wanted for of Toh the highest Marke Price will be Given in Cash or Tawfiq Exchange for he a leather wred free of charge and a al on com Mesion. 1 i1

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