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;N Al'ULL ASSTXE J OPq livtatioii; of of tt cradl'p, Mf4SiuiUi
111 Kumters and Colors
' ,y.rtT T-C! T T."1 AXF PfT AIT
Hi t - is t v -
'f "' K.I.-eVurtf TT r
loiiiin to fh' father "went,
. .;..n nl'MU was her intent;
ILjKiMitiutnoi, Krat ami small,
I h.iit.funy4 t heaea I hem all :
M cl.U-k-ht in tier cataUrgiif ot sin,
Meowed that she a tal-Uau r had
loil botue a hit of scandal up and d(Vn
joall tlie h)iig-tngned ;si8 iu the
II j wu. p j , - . .
tkyit father furnerntlier sin
litsfiilelorHU thefiest le panUm gave,.
liidtiattodo lit penance, she nuistga
lut bv tie way-sidii where the thistle
Jni iJltHii!glhe largest, ripest onej
.aUrt-Jt he seeds; and wheu .this was
luMtome back againuiother day
IdUlj liim liis Icoimnaud she did obey.
.l4: utau,' tliin.kSug this a penance
't-Ied to do lu'i will that very night,
Feeliug'riglit yhul sho had -escaped so
Nnt (lay hut one she went to the priest
lie priest still rind Iieard her story
ju-n fculj i'here?s sqsnelliing still for
If iUii toilo; '. ,
liiiweflKtle eetl which yon have sown,
Elm itiiii go regaither. every one."
file wpiatrfctiil, 'But, Father Hwould
he have sealtcred l hem botli f far
ir tiie iiM'ahv, vale and mountain
licfiitner aiiswereu, "Now I hone lliat
the 1i I Iiavu t
ught, you w ill ) not
m caluiot f.nf hep
back the' scattered
w ill grow to noxious
if'iiitfifox and wide
I . tp mis,
Sr ci they niischeif once by scaiidal
y any jwuauce be
hhin undoue." I
larif E. C. JohntQii.
Tie Proposed Panama Ship-Call way.
Louis Exnroter anii-hnvortcr
jis tpu jahis to get fromseveral! en-
timh f lijoj, Ktaiidinc: an oninion as to
eaHlality nf the ship-railway project
'tthjiiKtltmus of Darien, set forth io the
miuiiicatioa of Qantain Eails alij-ady
ffattif liefore the ijuh'is ,f this paper.
tliitf Ensiueer iGhannte, of the vKrie
f4, writes that lie had already given
!niiraUe attention ' to the schemeLar
?rino at conclnsUus alnvxt "itlentieal
fith jliose 6f Captain tails as" to its K-as
features., IK, wotthl,
uven double the number of vlieels
froknl for each cradle, so as to "ive ah
-forage' lead of fivJ
tons to each wheel,
e, ship, and m.ichi'ii-
I'lstaiiijiig the crail
fy liy 10,000 to4 ia all) oil 5(X) tilicks
?lW ifcHjs n.-!r ir.. .......... t.,... ... ,...!.,
; . -j iu inn j i hipu n ui;cin
e i'veposes eight p
irallel tracks, 1 feet
98 feet overall the ,
pl to lie .r(X) fee
t long, 50 feet High,
WUle. With .t totiil Ii:i.4h of
110 fc-vtv- Instead of the SOOjfootl'.
8 finr!'.l.fl rliv r....!-.!!! T.T-nl V
Vr fl ' -v ,
?r.H,aunt 'ou1d make the turntable a
j'wttlie "cradle by glvin" the truck a
lUCaxlA nt tl. i ii . - I.. f
illeJ 1 ?t -ff'Pf f???1.0?0!
ll J teum!s oper jpositioii!on !
fe cftord snhtciitlinjthtt irHUAiVZh . '
rh'KtJi equal L that tif Uu. ,t Lu..
ofLnVnWl lu Tl'
!,,,; , ,,ntef cent.-wonld have t lie
' .its iu hvi.ij vu isiiies
eilflfil bu ti... 1 fuilii) lriii 4
ji, j . (" V'.iiiiii!Kiiii II Kill
TOP QPttM in 12 hours bv tiie e,M uWo
Silent ' j t
i' wul VP" re power. IThjs
'tiug-'.sJlOUld llOt bfl OVer fane- i
f f f a ton a mile, the weight
; fHessel and ri-wlla 1 Mil IHP 1 II i.iLi.1
t rus.o a cent a ton a mile on
Ptofttenu P.....L ... , ...v-.
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grand undertaking it would bo
means a difficult ona, and tiie es
Of Tai.l!. "W. .I.h A.n nn niVl
ti a. --qiuB uauaiiuir oi 8 Hit mn?
ni!lL-Mftl.-.! I.-' II!.. ' I.".'.... .
.comnarktiteltf oM.r. At- Aaninr
1?' entire i1iftMM,to
'Bithr V r
I tali .!Blmca power, A caisson ,ou
v - .?'I;tu.!laii! wcul'd- probably be the
iu ir J luecanaI co muissjoU theroad net Wolseleyj August lathj saying that
I May liiindsoinely. the king wasiwilliug! to submit and pay
li'i;' 'i:.??1" V'nS'hQoalj ,earca-- nntish soblier. ! The niessen-
J,t..: ;.nf":" uvuui: waa nnn
?Lr!f!?y ovefthbot?aV. The enter- lf A peculiar and falacwdenti occurred
cMonlii m08f onhonlAlr i Tl. htrafton, N.,,Y. b As -.William Jacobs,
WriS N?' ?"t teT 'J was mowing ini meadow !lie' snddeuly
fuj?fat'nama--20 to S3 leet i rbeil aVt of hornets: As he tarn-
r-- r 1 -y : : : r r I . -; - );'' ' - . . twit aH!iuii a n,,'-. , m . .
liet fn in of lifting dock. Heiwould hang I
iiir: ruiir in iiiu vuiuic i in. uciviuic.; Biiiin
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"cuniikml of woven bands ofj fcteet tvire
rope, o feet wide and 1 iticli thicl. These
sling would be connected with thd cross
heads of n nainber of hy drostatic presses
placed along the cradle and clinnecjed by
a pipe common to fill, so that tho ship
Wolfild fJe aiwuv earned on all evi n keel,
the same as though flouting ii a' caisson.
VMt larallft track, off 3 feet gauge, raila
rtot less than 0 iuc'tea higli, and tracks 10
feet' apart, wonld ttu needed. Th is would
give t total wheenase of feet by, say,
4Cd feet for the largest cmdleL Aitriiing
a maximum load of 9,500 tons, 432 truck 'o,
or,l,723wheela. would bo needed-a re
suit substiiutially in accordance with that
arrived nt by Mr. Chuimte.ji A
As a melliod of iunpl ving power for the
suggests me ueigium jwnu rope lowage
system. If possJle, ijevel grades should
be caiTTednp tfr-the base of the summit
IiTTIh, and then by concentrating all the
i - j s"
grades tA one point the cradles could be
moved over the summit by powerful sta
tiouar engines. If the summit can be
passed, howjever, witli a maximum grade
of "20 feet per mile, then movable engines,
drawing the : cradles and themselves by
steel wiie towlines, laid in the middle: f
each track, and passing overjand graspjed
by ''Fowler clip pullies" attached to each
eugiue, will le th inostj economical
method of locomotion in all! probability.
The power neeled to hansport the great
est -load, -with curves (f 12,000 feet radius
and grade of 20 teet per mile, would be
200,000 MHind.v requiring steel ropes of
1 inch diameter each. However, as
these would form a. costly pa ft of the out
lit, tho relative economy between this
system and that of the locomotive engine,
for this peculiar service, cau'only be de
termined by exact calculations.
Mr. Henry Flad, C.iE , writes that he
has taken pains to in form himself in re
gard to'the surveys Jnud- estimates for
sliip-eauals across the Isthmus, and has
carefully estimated tho cost of construc
tion, maintenance, and operation of a
ship railroad. Briefly stated, his opinion
is as follows : ' ! !
- 1. Tliathe first cost of-tho construc
tion of a ship railroad will not be one
fourth of that of a ship canal.
2. That a ship railroad can be con
structed in probably one-third of the
time required to construct n ship eaual.
3. That ships ennj.be ti'ansl'erred on
such aailroal with' absolute safety, and
with th,e same dispatch as through a ship
I 4. That the cost of rnaintetiance will be
less for the railroad than tor the canal.
3. That although the cost for transfer
ring ships by ship - railroad I will exceed
that of passing them through a ship caH
nat, the difference will bo i insignificant
compared with the saying of interest on
the first cost. j j
(J. That the ship railroad will therefore
offer a better and safer investment for
The nnauimity of these j experienced
and able engineers with -regard 1 tothe
feasibility, and economy of ft, ship railway,
for the Isthmus is, to ''say the least, note
worthy and encouragi ug. Like all grand
undertakings it preseittsan almost inex
haustible field for eugineerllig skill and
iuvefttive talent ; and it is gratifying to
si'e that American f engineers are so
pronjipt to gmpple with the novel diffi
culties presented. ..
The recent a nest and binding over to
the Superior Court of: Wake conn tyof two
United States deputy marshals who were
charged, we believe, with assaulting Mrs.
Leopold, is made to do duty in the col
iiiiius of the. New York Timet as an nrro
gaut assertion of Statjus Rights by North
Carolina." Pmir little Mrs. Leopold
she will hardlv know herself, we fear,
when sJ!e discovers that, iii addition
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the other furore flint has a risen becauseWf
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Statna ltiirhrir sind titi-ason rears'it liide-i
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i jjei e is iiariuy, a-juivjer u iaitu n,
.'who will not agree ini some sense w ith the
- Pit f; the coinplaiut entered by. the
RC' OIUCllllY u miririj " f " j
willi ihe gcptlemen Ktho bar toaiaeiul i
tlie'existing regnlatidus .if they are ever'
inmroved. LaVman las we are, we con-'
fessthat we are not Hltogetlier clear .Umui
character of the change demand-
IM, Wili ot some lietwn now and
ine illlie ior uie iiictrimwi liTmi.
1 11 t'A mtt resir. Diovide soaie suirirestiou
f i I j j
wll5cJl wiU mt?wt tbe 1 rt,(lmrtmeut th
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C--... W7a..nnUririi-rt Tnml.m
Sept. 4. A jdispatclij to the 77ic from
Dm h.in 8aVs a caviilrr reconnoiRsance
Mown up JS Y"""
inagazine, ten miles from Ids new.kraaU
Ha A........ Wa fl ' .
.Messengers iiom vcy .i." me on uai-
,. ;,r.v,.,nul tlmt. CVtvwavo was no
reis were luiormea i
lbh:ef kuigland that he mast snntinder
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t riiii tnun rncir iulick ins iikii ns
i.nrhVin the crass and be fell across the
mn edge of the Mhied
todeatit ietoie meuicai wwuvc
i,c 8ainniied.' He leaves a! wife and two
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A Harrcst of Death. '. i Other-thiners Vein??. enual: tlia mon Inonffi.rW f . . i. r i , i . . . "l v"-rr.,j. , n
past montlj there has been a
I'eD'i&Ase -Somewhat -K' ie.roap ,ueu, u.q? Deiter U is lor muchh.eher afnntlie R.rmnn thwl v ... J "'V, J VeS UiirV:J'H .7 -u, uwu r;
Fevfr j e Kavagixg travel, and ilso, the better for convey. thflSraSv' ' 1 i'ii. f ..7 "a 1 He,1. rg,a iateTvais.T t?Jr a,5.9j.t
. - !t. il- 'n..;.. ...::.tl . s 'a7- .;i"..V.'u,l. l"iProks?or..eveftifvou had Sein r.im "If mv5!iusanaAV W1:!,
ni- o... 1.... t -P.-.-; ' "i r-:" :y-. -v wio, icuuib iu ine last tunt?t.nra tiirrtr,h i . ti - . .i. . . . - :-t.j v. x a neiti
lg iu Polk, Paulding and Harriif56"1 a variable surfarce; wherever
eg. "I'he physiciaHs are ba filed,' i
and the people aye dying with unusual;
.cu,8tice U .hit it at-
fully fatal land
tacks young : men alone. Bat one old
tl rlim Full flu .1. gF mnnliiuwl ..! cfvan ..ti
u kiiw au. .uo.-ii. . luuiiuiniu nwu oiicillll
tuve tauen yictinnrto tbd tern bie disease.
t" w r- "-"'vr
c wmte, is
phoid fever, :.As I write Clarke
uviiij; iiiii kii, miiu i Bii ins corpse. lie.
1 ! 1 - 1 T ! -rw 1
eied terribly, and just before he died
the blood iozed out of his month and
ears. Ilhj tongue tnnud verv black and
swelled terribly. The disease is fearful-1
ly fatal. I know one prominent physi- j
rapidity .u this famously healthy section, rtion should ibeandyjby the addition t if",' ,IP " raonks hav
I iSked sereral physicians what the dis- 1 ..1 V is 1 . t . boqght a large tracToTTlaffcnn West
Ji.i 11 .t ota little dry pr compact earth, its ni . s?.
sease is, artd they all say they do not . , J ; r "u "'em Penp$y Ivan a lor the tour nose of
i .1 . . . . ... . mnfllflflll Will liA rlilWrfwl ennefn nmba! i ti rTT .".i 1,WSF VA
Lnniv iiktt r 11
cian who had twenty-nine cases and not (ajujug a gu0d condition when frost
one recovered, though all received the'. ' . i . ! i-.V f o ' i
. t i t rr, , , ;
iikkI mrefiil triitmenf. TIa npimln Iiia !
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fearful mailady. 'Gm1 knows what it is, j
hold and Spreading fear throughout the
nejghbo.hk,od from which J write. Phy- 1
sieiaiiK hoik: niaii .me niuruaeuiu; cool I
weather wiill check it a - - J
New York, Sept. 11. A Special from !
Atlanta says the reports of a fatal fever 1
raging in jthe counties of Polk, Paulding
anil Harrison, Have uot been overdrawn, i
Wi;hin a few djiye CO men have died in i
an exclusively'rural 1opuhitirM,: mostly
young men. Those attacked with it suf
fer horribly, the tongue turning black
and swclljng to double its size and bkxxl
oozing frtijm the mouth and ears. After
death the bodies become spotted and dis
colored. lOne physician reports twenty-1
nine cases under treatment not one has
recovered., The course of the disease is
run in a few days. The greatest alarm
and distress prevail and the disease is
steadily spreadilig. Physicians pronounce
it the spotted typus fever.
but him had fled; the flames tha lit his
tart'ier's barn shone iust above the . shed. :
One buncjh of cracker in his hand, two j
others ,. ,.s nat, with p.teou., accents ,
he ciied, V never, thought of that
bunch of crackers 1o the tail of one small
dog he'd tied ; the dog in anguish ' sought
tied ; the dog in anguish ' sought
the baru and, mid its ruins died. . The
sparks flew wide and red and hot,
lit upon tjiat bi at ; they fired t he crackers
in his ha lid and eke those1 in his hat
i?. '. .! i i. x i a ,.i i i
ke i nose- in ms ""M
1 urn Vil iiic "ill at ui iui.in ovmuu mv t
bov r Where was he gone? Ask of the
winds that far around strewed bits of
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meat audi bone, scraps ot cloth anu oaiis .
and tops hud- nail and hooks and yarn, !
the relics jpf the dreadful boy thut burned .
his fa the l-s barn.
Thp Ilorm Children. Offers to
Adopt TitEM The Mayor has received '
tit... miiiitii ii iiiia t inns fiinn fftl'i fmili(l' nt
two cominuuications from correspondents
each desiring to adopt one of the Hood
children. The applications will be lor- :
wan ed to Capt;b.wnuel b lower, vj . M
pressed ai wish to adopt one of the or-.1
phan. i - . .
view of the probability of a largo fund
being raised for their support, the child-
In vinn F tliiiau inrpiimiriiiWHii mwl in
rcn of the dead cheiftaiu will never come
The coBimissiouev of Indian affair ha
received from the agent at tort Jiert hold
igeucv a sample of oats raised by the Jn-,
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-nians on inaireservaiiou weigtuug luayr
tburtiomids the busheLuiue agent
states that these Indians have..; raised
fortvflvei acres of the oats this season,
with an average yield of forty bnshels to
Ti t. 'A.ikniiiKd f tuif flief min rT tltA
raninniiru was unrasue s. Jcrnc.
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puringthe past week, not including
Saturdav; the Tit;aorv Departiuiuit paid
out $63.g05 in staud;nu sU ver dollar. !
Dints in Road Making.
There! is no class of the commit) ity
that is nioreflected by aUq cpudiiSpu
ofliiglrways than farmers. Uyf
them i ario transported whatever a
plus products : the farm affords, d
upon them the fanner depends for his
opportunities to passfroui one neigh
borhoodlto anotlier. A Nowt! so far as
theHranipprtatioii of heavy loads is
concerned; the amount that can be
transporied bears a direct' roporticn(
to he condition of the road -beil, and
its declivity ; both of which may be
combiued to greatly reduce the load,
or eitheraloue may be T the - means, of
measuring the load ' that' can easily
pass along, without serious .hindrances.
Aside from that' clitss t of ; obstacles
which may be properly ' considered as
unsurni(uutable, in all cases roads
should be improved iii every possible
direction,' and by all practical means.
NrC.i SEPTEIIBER I8ri879: 1BW 11 ;l
ria..-j-i -.',jv.. cuss, ' Li.- or rv-.f
VCI1 motleF! d'stances, as to tore-
such cases obciif they pan be amended 1
it touch l,aAlcr:ifeab?tlrable.o
tai . a load. AtWoioi.eric condition,
J i r : i. ,, consists of 200 monks from : Francei
may, also, very materially affect tem- T. . , .T Jrancf
t.Jc..r .i.. - r Tarkeyihiey,are artW
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J - ;-v Ai i- "7T-1 - 71 r'?'.'- j
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Wiui)C rciuterea exceed ingly .mud-
i r. ! . ill
dy altera severe shower, would be
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verv ,uuci, mprpved by the use of
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,uc,,,,e1 lo no.s u re, a partial system
ot umSerUruage will; not only pre
vent mud at the time of showers, but
will also verv much assist in main
is coming out im the ; Spring, which
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youhTmHler ,1 ,mp. 1
a general nile, in the repair, sav-
jr nothing of J the . construction of
too ,Lt,e U id t0i the
. , ; , . . . ,
catena 1 employed ;-itr is entirely
wrong to ftfake use of Vegetable mat-
ter that is subject to decay and
'change, foriulthmigh when in a dry
st?tu it ,na bq jble upon a road
, . A . r j i
wben wet by means of rain and show
ers, it occasions slough holes of mud.
It is better j fbri the farmer, and cer
tainly better for the ' road, to have
i sods growing inl the ditches conveyeil
llofthe farm yard and' used" for com-
posting rather than have them used
in a n v repairs. I ! Where it cau be ob-
tamed under ordinary circumstances,
,f ; ... , .
a gravely loam! will make a good av-
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erae rmad4edL and will
cdrnpaated as to form' a comparatively
l i. ... i .... J li, i:- i.- i :..
u:lu uu Mv,Ut iV1111' rJlu auu ,s
tfie material' which should Lo used
H is no uncommon thing to see upon
ii..mtu!i ti"iv'lil nuwl t rimn nnint
as!lort aistance; that is extremelv bad
j, circiuusta,lces and
which remains; the same year after
year for want of application of a few
common ideas in the matter of repairs.
Xew EnUarM Fiirmer.
Killed! ixHa Hath. In New
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ork Monday afternoon, Iheodore
ocriiuper, a pruspeious uusiueaa man,
1 I i : . ' c . .. 1 . ...
accompanieu vy iwo irieuus, went 10
a 'bathing jioue for a bath. He poised
iumSpt i.ni ibj.'rear Uilatfbrm. nlaced
. . i i r
his hands beh
iind his back aid dived
down, head foremost. In place of
giving his body a slanting position
. . . . n
when he struck tueurlace ot the
he jet himself descend in a
- j b j' tjic consequence being,
that his head sthick with force against
the solid iilauk! bottom, inflicting iu-
; ' w
juries frotri which he died in a short
tj e ej,j. waa dislocated!
Long Can ja Man Lire!
; HuwJong a man ckin live.isjiucs-
J 4 ti?; ,- -i -t.,i 1 ,
Hon tlrSrifas-beerr HlCir tlicnsseii.
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A mprirVins nro wnerallv recKoned to
, , . - ,.1 ; j t .4, 1.
, "C snori iiveu, compareu wnu uiy-
11P!in M!lf : ' . A id thev mav have been
. ! . j . , j j ,LL .f ,i;i. "
III lllC I'UOlii . lll lUtliUlSOlVUMHI
ing in respect juif age, as their material
S i -
' ...L .1 ! t . i ! iJ. ia ! f hn lira
, . ,., . t, .-.;.i i l n
neaun aremeiier uuueisiuyu im oy-
Severa, instances have been
t Vl . 1 s l . .
recorded recently of persons in this
vicinity who have died at 107, 108,
and even 1 10.il It is claimed, howev
er, by - moil who have paid special at
tention to longevity, that there is no
well accredited instances' of any mail
or woman living beyond 106-- that
that is the maximum posibility of hu
man eudurahcei It is laote-reasona
ble to supjiosejthat ihere is a mistake
, ui calculation than that the niention
ed limit 14s been exceeded. In Eu
ropelfissujlliJcT bt dispntas to
what nation Hyea lougest. The dis
tinction has been, claimed in turn by
tue;Kiglisjh, i;ihchi Germans, Span
ish; Italians, ajtid Russian. Latestati
istics1 provje that tbumberjpf people
iii Europe wno are upwards of 90
yfeirsild 11,83 lj, of whom more
than 00,000 la re women. Of these
bey oua iujj, tq ere arc aiwowea an u.
Ifil men ih Italv. 229 women
M M V , ,
1 1 !
6en in Hniigcry. The per-
and &24 men
. L ..!; a"f?U liLi.M-li.ii,. . . !
loui the civilized world.
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1 f More Trappists Coming.
!"''yV"rf,ng U, the lio d'a, g.ls bf lhe W PrWonUa
0 110 emt i T ' 1 . I
f, ov.iviH.ISt9. UieJi UUIUa. airriCUl Lllr
uriisiB, arciiiiects. tawvers ana
?. . .. . J 1: - r-?r"f
"iivnuii iu Liieir iiauve counir
, , . .
1 hey will themscl vesluild their
t' rr. n, . .
astery. ' The Trappist'is the most
austere of all the monastic orders
They rise from bed at 2o,v!ock iu the
morning, dedicateJteeiJQiirs of the
day to reflection and prayer, and the
rest to severe labor, especially in ihe
fields.1 No conversation is permitted
. , ,
nna nnl. . Ti I
- voc aiiuiuvri ui Sliuileis. x UcV
tioh, "Remember death'." They drink
only water and eat only vegetables. r
They sleep on a table, with a pillow
of Mraw, and never undresseyetj
when sick. There are monasteries of
the pame order at New Haven iu
Kentucky ; at New Meleray in-Iowa
anil at Tracadie in Kova Scotia.' Most
of the members of this ascetic organif
zation are persons who, for one cause
or another, have become disgusted
w ith the world, and have determined
to pass the rest of their days in sccluj
ston and in contemplative repose.-
They renounce the battle of life, sep
arate themselves entirely from tempo
ral affairs, and concentrate all their
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thoughts on death and eternity. It is
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an institution savoring more of the
Middle Ages than of modern times.
Predictions About 18S0 to 1887. j
i I" a pamphlet .recently published
the authorl -ProT.' Grimmer, asserts:
1880 toJlUlbe one unl
f i . I.Vr!?
Amci ica will loose. fifteen million pep
Hf,c - llcsules piauewe are to? Iiave
I strms and tida1.waves,.mountains are
to "toss their heads thronh thechoic-
est vallevs." naviirators wUl be lost bV
li t, . i
thonsa.ids, owing to the capncous.de.
Lieuie& ui me pugneuv nccuie, buu
I I L .. 1 . 1 1 I ir L-
isiaims win appear auu tusappear in
mid-ocean. All the beasts, birds and
fishes will be .diseased, famine and
i ' "
u;iyil sifife ilf destroy most of the
liuman beings left ah vq by the plaguf;
if and finally, "two ears of fire" from
I . A U ii' .., ' '
1S50 to 183S win rage witu lury in
every part of the -g!o!e. In 18S8
the "Star of Bethlehem
pear in the Casstopta 8 Chair, the
immediate results beiug universal war
I - s
and portentous floods and shipwrecks,
North America is again to be ihvoly-
eil in ei vil war, unless a .."'Napolean
arises to quell, it j but during these
terrible days the Pacific States will be
.Urff Piir-wllw nf Pm primhnrml
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nrilh lin holliah ctrifo lllf. , Will 1)A
wairinff throughout the world" The
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People that may manage to sur
vivc till 1887 .will, have, reason to be
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n, j.,, nil Wit
f?7 7 T bWW T l,rfJr
liams; of this place himself lircludeUy
.x , Viji' hrpakl
fast some sweet milk, milked on'the
uight before, AV ilji the, excepiion of
two jersonj who did not drink tile
miik the5 whole ,inijly ' wass made
deathlysick, as if. from a poisonous
dce' of tartar; emetic, Dr. Wilffarri
cannot explain the affair, there hay
inff been no apparent- possibility of
poison being placed in themilk oili
er i than it must have y resulted
from something eateu, COW,
All ivirtiei had recovered yesterday;
buif. .the jloctor, tq tests the ?.matter
drank' of the" milk again
zh not o
mil king. -lAtri7e Citizen. -A .:i
i ' ... . .-...hit 1 rritl' Hv
... XUE 3 1 u "Aj iuiww
Bright and early. before one-tenth
of the citizens; of Detroit had shaken
oft the, eSccts ofthc v gVoriuf fourth,
t j i,r. .MPffi vctkl Greets
jcjade his apranceoascuraiseK
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b" 1 tail DlOff - hfltJMrrvih thi in'rL.LUe'd Aiir fho Fif. rn. a.,
yearlhatiincn fduster girted itth'e
election sctt hinij down, joa a, .Bench,
ia oiccoio ;voice luquirea pi a wpmanrfit&peaKing or the xeYiVAigor t Industry
at the front door of a house on Cdn-
gress street east f'? lf nm Hit troL
radamej haVe you teV'secos
'No, siri was the prompt reply. .
Very1 wellr thert : voaw' (vill iJiss
seeing my Fly Annthilalor,lieVe-J
I marked, as he walked off. 'Thousands'
have missed, it, to their everlasting
sorrow thousands have ? accepted sit
and been made happy for life,,"i
'It's some kind o pizeri !' she call
ed after him down, the street." V! i
'Warranted free from,, all "drugs or
chemicals j dangerous: to tho.humaa
system, aDd recommended to )eople
troubled 'with sleeplessnest he call
ed ; back, as he ' briskly retraced " his'
sieps. .. ; .
'I've got screens in. every window
and yet the flies get in shercimtiou
ed, as ' he opened his satchel on ' the
steps. - ' ' ' ' a -
'Qfj course t IieyJoofcou rsc. Aily ,
uns;a 1IUU1UU UCIUUt ., OJUl, IllLU VUb
and he is seized with a desire to got
iii at any price. Tell him he" can't and
he Avill or1 break his neck." Fling away
child; four years old. This is the ap-
pllCatlOn 4 i- H hj tj . ,;!(. ,
He took from his satchel ah eight-4
ouncq bottle, filled with. at dark liquid
and provided with a small brush, and
holding it up continued: ?
'One rtwentyfiveieeur?l)oitle dotes
for twenty doors, and I give yon di-
.,r,.i s; fi Vwiv-
recnons now 10 maue au you , watu.
No poison heiTtlJypgJp trot little
children up to the cemeleryj' Inu u) J
'Why, "you don't1 put in -on the flies",
'Xot altogether,, madam. Any child'
can , use . it, as
i sain peiore, us&
watch me a moment.' t ,
He'swung the front door open,
and Hvith'lhe' brnh applied the
mixlure to the BacK edgei giving it a
thin coat from ton to bottom..
' fXqw then,- he aid, as he swung it
the back, 'flies like sweet This rair-
ture'is sweet: The "fly alights, on the:
door and you swing it shut, and nets
jammed; against the the casing and
crushed in au iustaiit. . Every d9or,i
capable of killing 1,000 flies per day
If you ha ver5twelve doors; yburag-
gregdle bf dead ' flies' "will be exactTy
12,000. i When you have "crusfTeof
about . ?000 Qn. a door take, -an
old knife and scape them off, and .Jbe-s
giii over'6gaio.?n voawi
"Do yoii -'snppose r 'began" tH
inuinani woman: oui ne inerrupieu
'. tisrt 4njs' tfo:-bt4
. i ' ! 4 - !itr--n $ -t.;l i H
'Dou'lj .suppose anytliing, bout .it
except that iuviliauasli flies and
never miss. AU yon have to do is to
often 'every door, ap ply : the htixt ard
and shut them in .succession. 4 Ifyoti
have, twelve, doors ana twelve, jmui
dren,,ypu leave it all to the children
And only twenty -five ceutsa.boltleie
'Do ybd supjwscul want "mydoora
daubdd With flics and molasses? she
iifL'a."!? L:.fl -1 Ai iM -JJ rn-!
oiaue a uuu at. me uoiiic.
I.!.': 'tfif-'i iis' f i-wiim:-. tiHitl ! tot
k 'Just as. you prefer, madam e
quietly replied. 'Some
don't. Some -wi4-4isve
price, "tmd others even setupexlra
diwrs in the back yard tti MnteP
use lots of iC'tlT warrant ifiia liquiil
to drawcnii jf you'll, .Oijlyjopen ang
shut the.UoorsY ik L-e i nt .jf4
'I won't buyHta-I,won't have it l
she shouted as she jam Med the br6bm
aaiiisi iuc vnn;i .
Verrv wei 1 . m ada m veryt n
il ypu.prefer.a flyjpyour nost-o gap
on the door J can raise no objections-
1 ? r . omltnli "
lM.lHblUWVIi. w i
this is my
before th? crowned eadsoC trope;
and yoii will not have another clumco
thcramriiJttetor. Alh yon
vonr Rprppns ' nnrl rlpiind' ttlrpTv'snfitl
my fly anpilulator, warranted 'Ml reaclied 'iti Jtem?
on signt. ana can ue. worKea oyta4
fcave to-do is to take yMir sewing palvkynr
, . . v rtwt -...i-;.
lyf anj mm S2p,Q00 inL-t wo & pnths A ,
Keceat Industrial rrogrtss
I tUat has taken place since reparaticn
.?PitieliittiiiBfOOTs4orittft tft.7pBlr' C?:i
W bas 06611 nnampteasbjy-hjaa '
IT! oa ftf Qrtf tAi Mnf Th tnAwMAA. tv
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Jtle Siber -of bales Hakeaithla tlte j i
last two years .Qvertiie tw pTecedicgt !
years is 417,517for more than .14 per centiJ I
iuo presuu, coitou year, euoing.iUijtep. ; :.
tem ter will show a "more rapldrtteof j
increaseTne1 ifmiibrempitfdles hWl .:
increased from 7,i ll,00a ih87(VtoKTjb
10,500,000 1h 1678 aa iDerease of i dtcH i
47 per cent. The woolen maaafactorfngt
iildasfriiiff recently' 1 received firoafti U ;
tJiejprlcWofool ZO per c?nt.1d'gteallf 1 !
eacodraged tiie business bf wool grp'wing,2
jtBdferfedrminy ki 'the-woolen -lftanui-
factories that had beenHylDg 1dIe-Tft t
prodactlori of breadstatls la&dineats 1:as4;
been? eiioiinously iocrsaied 1 witliinlhfl
iastyeaf oiHwo; and already market hS -
been found for the' surplus prod action . ; -The
net iucrcasC pbrKrpaeldbg U "3'i.
per cent5 The increas6 iu' teef proanef
tion tiaS been1 constant fand progressive fcl
Stimulafed Try prices that have" fccarcely,
4ecti&ediring" IWtMist'iwo yearsi'.Thtf
Jmteenraafked revival fa tiuerotf? ;
1a-aaetddriiigIflie last two yeafs.Tfrl7
' amofiiitihg ftPS'
2,86S,27Sf toni- UHder 1 tne-influetice W
the! anic Kit"Woff to 12 SM&W icna
in l87G-In 1877 ftlncreksed xtb 3!4p
Mi ear; it Is lievedtheprcuaim
of Croii will 'bo W greatf as that1 of too t1"
most' ioiperous : year Iri "tiie history of;
thilprlu'uci;" ' ruh,r
i. . The Eed Spider of Eogeg. t
( HJIMHUU; ClaoceyMoiiUsa, eenilsusir
a speci men of his roses hes 1 leaves soif w
wincu are searca anu yeuow ana fukftr
the cause and cure.
tvtil -&0 li
rfcareiui examination snows nafue
bhtits" Iinvo suffered from what 1r com
in only known as the? red spidei Tctranp
'chit fetr). " It is a true mite aad'ot:ji
a spider, though belonging t th.sam
Among thermites we find nianyspecitY
some beiieflcial to tnAu;' otliers noxioas 1
UuFa irst ofthefformer we miy mention? r
I tlie?lecnstnlte (TrouibiJiuiH locvttariami
Jiuey), wiiica preys upoB Dotn wis loxmsr
and Its eggif It is 'an 'luipottitrtr afaxTT
iaty In?checTtiHg 'the ' fnalttplicatidirof
the1 R6cky!- MonntaliJ locosW Another? 1
species Ui-optida .4 wwrfoanii, Riley) "prtpv
apoh the Colorado potato beetle futile' f
stin auothei (Trointidimh mvsearUT, Rt
leH ihfestsnrf the larva State, the om"
mott hottftefly. iilsva
lAmdng the noxioni Specie are th itch
tube; the jigger oP3Arfest 'niite? Hfth
mbrd Southern1 States ttpt Amerkmt
Riley ), and'theODe atjpreseiit nileTi?
consideration, thinortpldeTr- -r'v-
A Ifetfriaosfact fifthelifeTiwtdyof fhco
nyreariire that iherarlwnHlth
pat six iegs, inoagir .in iiieauuit eiaie
thi ftofist,hoiuglilf Misllftel waferrtr
hhotthriveh airbiid atmbsimcte nof
tfieofner Bad ftWultlpnWrVpTuiy f ntlf
rcelrtngsnnlcientafir swhen the Spldet
oh 'soap. See that every leaf 'Is thofongfc
I rmotsteiWaV4 !Tprthesprinfeh'trj;
; fjanently nccb9drngfisAheWeahets!it
' 4 Si V.-.V-. f -.'V. Kl'J!!
ana arnnu wiepcsiwu soonn sapcaiv
, sit tipi i&r g4'
' Kind words never die, aDdth4yar
'MTc kao a girt rhi will wrestle i with
a net mallet m thehotusaa for torn f
fpdaytouphiiiBqt. jasi Mherto
hold on to the wooden end of a broom for
a few minutes and shell hare afit.--fW-
i j:Soutl d5trpUna!s; moduli poteastcr
U IlTrcd iNh wjib has: jnst?d beea J ap-
ijthatwajicia maiijf Jatew !kctB
nice is "wiir-ucTirauc-'io-uiui iut
1. rier M7 T-jrj-t :
1 SThVfexl i3uer whidi k SticKwMf;
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