The Western Texan (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 3, 1849 Page: 1 of 4
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TUG WESTEM TBHAH.
J. A- GLASSCOCK.
SUBSGRIPTIONFoiir dollars cr nn.
nam patable invariably in advance For1
six. months two dollars and fifty cents
ADVBRTISEMBNTS Will ho inserted
nt tlio nito of aim dollar per squnro for the
-first and fifty cents fnr ateti FUbscnuent in
sertion. Ten lines or less constitute u Htpinrc.
A liberal discount will be imule to llipse
iwho ndvtirtiso by the year.
Announcements of Candidate for office
will be charged for at tho sumo rate- a ndver
Mnrringo rind obituary notice.i iilnnftctinrg-
cd ns hdvertieements.
PoTttlc&l Circulars mid nil communications
of a private or personal nnturo will'bccharg-'
cd httliQ&nmo rated na advertisements.
No communication or uilvortiKcmankf run;
nousivc cuurtiuier win uo iu&uidju in uui iii
limns on any terms
OyfjVH 'advertisements not marked with
the length of limn desired for publication; will
'be inserted until forbid and charged accord-
'AH advertisements the publication of which
U required by law must be paid for in ad
vance. or tlity will not he inserted.
A deduction of fifteen per cent will bo
m tide on alt lent udvertLsrmcnts such as cita-
tion notice? Ajc'wIiimi they exceed two
squares aiul the law requires them to be pub-
lishcil for eight weeks or' more hut in every
Instance 'the Cash must nc pahi.
For tho inforinntioit oi prmies interested
-wo publish the following extract from an Act
passed nt the Ian session of the Stale Legis.
Act regulating Fees of Office.
41 SrcqTicN 22. Tlmt in all caes where a
citation or other process is required to be'serv-
cd by publication in a newspaper the otlicer
vins duty iL may bo to make such service
"fthnll be furnished with the printer's fee for
stick pnblicution before be shall bo required
to hrtvo acivicc made."
itj3 Notwithstanding our terms are vos
ry explvtiu us published above nnd not
easy to bo misunderstood we frequent
y receive advertisements from n dis-
tance without tho necessary compliance
with tho most important item jmyment
iriadpancc. Unless satisfactory arrange-
ments' be made with our agents or sumo
responsihle.rofcrenco bo given iiuhiscity
no advertisement corning from beyond the
limits of tho town will hereafter be inserts.
ki. -vn those interested will tnkodno no
'tice theroftf-tand governs
Atrcnt for the Tcxian.
The following named gentlemen aro ro-
(piested to act as agents for this "Western
Tkman" in their respective counties viz:
IlAtivr.Y CANTKitnnnuv Comal county.
M. U. Lewis Gundahipo county.
Thomas 1. Cautmclim Travis county.
James Nicholson Uastrop county.
V. W. CiitNOLcn Lagrange Fayette co.
S. W. FisutEii alatngorda county.
ItKNJAMix White Jackson county.
t U. U. CautmixIm Wnsbtnstnn and J. I5.
.Kowbiitson Independence W'nbbtnictoii co.
. .Fosr Mastur Sun Felipe Austin county.
I' Win.rAM IT. Uyan Fort IXend county.
'fitiY M. Bryan Brazoria county.
M. K. Sm;m. Harris county.
i James Cuonican Gnlvcston county.
J'ost MATrcn Liberty Liberty county.
'' 'I'iiancis Huons Nueces county.
A. S. TiiunatoND. Victoria county.
MosLh Johnson Fort Lnrnco.
KoRActi L. Ursiiint! Indian Foint.
G. W. Gr.ASCocK Williamson county.
.II. (3. Munson Milam county.
' Cnpt. J. L Ham Houston county.
AVm. li. Hunter Goliad county.
AVm. H. Hunt Fannin county.
'S. G. Newton Dallas & adjacent co's.
' (TJ? Mr. J. Ciuwroun is Agent for " Wcs
tern Texian" and i3 authorized to receive and
receipt for subscriptions ndvertisements and
-bb'wirfe. F0J 18i0
"'.ft?" Cnpt. Jamc Cronican is our
jngeut nt Galveston .and is authorised tore
ceiveuud r.1' i"' r iidifccrip'ionB nderiWe
tmiiH r i.'sit'o recii;l ror nroou'itK b
tho ' Texan H'tn.K'Ml " .lTio- prvviMU :
(tho ibttiu t.' Junu.i.y lisiL'.
Mr. HiNOMm Hotciikiss is agent for the
Western Texian" at Nncogdoclies and is
nuthorized to reccivo and receipt for subscrip-
;fctn; &c. Rlarch 2f 1B49.
One Huiiflrcd Thousand Acres I
ir0 Lots in Comal Town ;
50 u il New Braunfels.
' 'Those who want great bargains apply to
' " Nov. 17. 5::tf Comal Town.
P. SAVRUV hftvlne taken tho large and
iMiftimoJinns ttablo of A3. A. Johnson ro-
.Finillv Inrarmi hl rrlcndaantl the public central
mMiM iiitrwMwr-v-M.y.ffyrM.iiii. i ..
ly Hint ho U now prepaid to Accommodate all who
'inay favor Mm with a call in manner jnurpacd
by. any slalo in tho fltatn and hope ly tiict ntlon-
tlion to buainess to tneiil a laro of the public patron
Q0. Ilia atablo will utwny bo iupphed with dio
bcut of 'provender good frcili wfttur and atlcnliTO
Laraca October !&-" 1 5:l
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HEWITT & ftlARFJBRft
Attorneys nnd Counsdlors (1$ Law
SAN ANTONIOi TUX A3
WTLIj nltond to nil husincrs cntraslod to their
cato la tho courU of llio fourth Judicial J)H-
tffCt and in tho A'tthlffinft Court.
Office oppoKfte the Catholto church on Oih Rlreet
loading from tho Public A'quaro to the Military Nam
Ii:1y October 16 1B4U. "
Attorney and fiotmellor at Law
SAN ArONIO TKXAfi
WILL give his attention to bualhviiontriiitfd to
hiacaro in tho courts of tho fourth JnHlrf..)
: ' MM Oct. 10" 1810.
Attorney jind Counulfprat Law
SAN ANTONIO TEXAB
llti attend tn anv husinofN nnlriiKfArl in t.l-
fV caro hi Jlw courKortho fourth Judicial Die-
tng' r.jMF -i ' October; in 1G4!t.'
i. t. r---n3T3iTT?-r:
t.'.B.3 tv. cr.u r.
iraryi j" " w " -
Attorney and Counsellor at Lai
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Nov. II 1C4W 4::lf
J.-"-. ' . JL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Commissioner of Deeds for (he
State of Louisiana
TOUT LAVACA TRX'AS.
Nov I 1843 3::tf
Ittccilrhqr ami Forwarding Merchants
New Buildings t corner of Austin
and Commerce Ms. Lavaca.
Lavaca Tioiu I 1843. 3;-tf.
eo. W.Pnchal "& .F.A. PnsehaT
Attorneys fni(lTpM"ltor s at Law.
Gi no. --vr-ir ASCHAL will reside pcrninnenilv at
rGiih-iwion.and J. A. PASCHAL. at Snn Antonio
On? of thorn will regularly attend the Supreme Court
nt Austin acd the 17. States District Court ot Oal-
veMon. AW business entrusted to their care in Western
Tcxa will rtveive prompt attention. Their firm
iiiny lh; iuituf ..-scu ni cuner place.
March 18 IfilH. si-iy
w. .t. mviiv ;
ATT0UKEY AND COUNSBLLOK AT LAW
ATTENDS promptly to burinou entrusted lo hi
care fu tli courts of the tourll) Jndiclal Di-
net OflicoinSari Antonio. l.:tf Oct. til.
SAN ANTCiNIO TCX.lS.
rjHK proprietor of tho above nnmed
House solicits a continuance of the
public patronage pledging herself that
no exertions ahull bo wanting to accom-
modate her customers with the best the
rjnHte UNOBRSIGNCD havinff la
Jt . ken pofflftssion ot this csblishmcnt
Ifi now nrenarnd tn tnrr-'wn nnA r.niar.
Wl5fii2 taitl travellma and boarders.
Tho iloaso liasbocn uulltoly refiltfld and furnished
and ilia proprietor i& prepared to furnish an good
accommodations aa can bo procured in Western
WM. G. CRUMP
San Antonio Oct. 13 104H. l:3m
ItS. SliCIfON would rospcctfully inrorm
Iier friends and tlio travoliiiircommunitv thai
fho Jjqh openrd tho new am1 cnnimodious two story
building on tho outh fido of tho businos Piazza
t n fr tho accommodatian of Hoarders and
MmM ravcllers whoso patronugo sho tnostro
!? spcetfuliy solicits Kvcry altontion wll
.WiSS bo paid to their comfort.
An excellent Slablo is connected with tho Ilouao
wijoro every attention wilt bo paid to tho traveler's
TERMS board and lodging por month 25 00
week 4 CO
41 " day I 00
Kan WntonioOct. 25 IBIH. !i::tf
Port Lavaca Texas.
Till! undersigned respectfully informs
tho public that lio has opened a inrgn
nnd commodious buhllng at Tort Lavaca
for thft nccommodation of citizens stran
pen and tho travelling public generally.
Hit tabic will always ho supplied with tho host to
bo obtained in the cuiintry and his bar with tho chois-
cf I wines and liquors.
A good Stable w connected withflha houeo where
horses will be well attended to.
M. II. NICHOLSON.
Tort Lavaca. Nov. 1. 11140. 4::tf
' m. i T
Vtf.sV HnAiUikL'ot '.IaAU(
rW nnUR ubciiber has Mqait
A Jrav.L.a - lo trndc and Imuleil up
ISSaStSK bis craft" into tho "dry dock"
whero ho Intends to remain at leaUrerUio oiioni
lor the parpotoof ncoomtnodaling "pasdongeis." who
may wuh to "cobo too for luneh" or to 'take n
berth." His "craft i provided with fine aceomino
clalions: the larder mil always bo fupplicd ; and he
ha "on board txcelltnt cooksf and skilful trusty and
aitantlvo "Blowarrli." The patcni;cr cabin" fa
newly "filled up" and everything aboutit ia arrang-
ed in perfect "fihlp-fclmpo" Myle; and the "ladlca
htate roouia" will bo found equal if not superior In
thoBOofany "craft" in tho 'df.cU." Tho Hockci"
Is abundantly tuppliod and will always bo found
open. With Ihn okkUtanco of an expurienced and
agreeable ''mate" iho undersigned hopes to give en-
tiro satiafaclion to all who may favor him with their
palronago. The enmmandcra ofcrttfta" in "thia
trade" if it bo no hindrance to "oxpcditioua Uiptf"
aro renpectfully solicited to "hacro loo and tnrow out
For further particulars enquire on board of
TOM GUAYSON Captain.
New IJraunfela Oct. 23 104C. 2-lf
TlOZ. SIllltTH. ossorteil. received
OPW nml frirsnlE. bv
nnv fi. Xtif ftARAT-T.Trtnvi'i?
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"i&W ANTONIO. '' f-
Nor. 17. 5::tf D.F.NCAL.
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SAUr MTOOTO dc
tnluuff foftd itlto the stomach h In aurirtlv
tho grain spinal marro norvo3i mus-
cles bonos lungs liver nnd other organ)
with aliment appropriate to each fiasnu
and furnish suitable fuel to ho consumed
in the system nnd keep uriaunirortn tem-
perature of the body at about 98 decrees
A. large potion ol tho diseases wlutdi now
so painfully nfllict civilized commupitiea
micht be nrevented bv never eaiinr? nor
(Uinlcing too much of any ttiiog unr
uiwiys giving in tue ctreufaiing uioou.aa
appropriate elements ju due iirovortion tc
repair the constant waste of cycry part of
mo body. Auimahule can only be main-
tained hv tho consumption of orcanized
tniJiiter ww)a rAfhtiyVift'..-
rt. .. - - --
tayio vitality lithero were no plants
on tho earth there could be no animaU.
The formeraro alone endowed with tho
power of organizing crude minerals like
sal's water and nir into f6od for animals.
The light and hdht given out in burding
100 lbs. of corn or other organized. mat-(
ter were imomcti irom too ligtu anu
heat of the Sun nt the lime the cdrn or
other plants grow. No vegetable omn-
ium! substance whether consumed in the
furnace of an iron loeomo'live or in n lo-
comotive man can emit a particle moro
heat than was taken up and rendered
latent at the time carbon nitrogen anu1
the elements qf water were organized in
the development of the germ ot some
plant In electing the flesh of herbivcr
ous animals and the secdsK fruits and
tubers of plants for human Cccd there is
room for the exercise of much wisdom in
choosing organized matter best adapted
to meet the peculiar wants 'of the brain
and nerves the muscles and bones as
well as the breathing process which often
suffers badly from some defect in tho Aiel
that should keep the human locomotive
in a sound condition and healthy motion.
Our doily food should be carefully se
it-cteu anu prepurcu wun reierenco to
the" daily want's of each organ and tissue
in the system. It should never contain
too much or two little starch sugar but-!
ter fat nor too much or too little glutent;
caseinc .orotner substance that abounds
in nitrogen sulphur and phosphorus.'
Appetite the senses ol taste and smell
and instinct aro worth something as gui-
des in selecting suitable nourishment.
But these advantages do not-supersede
tho nnripfc-div Ofihi'ihSvai'id .wnann.
science in dircpiiug.anght the .uuirh.w
t . I W "' -S . - ... V. L.fVlilW
oi tne5numan;-uram anu nurtvuBt vuiuu'm
are nt once me nignesi expression oi or-
ganized matter nnd the organs of feeling
thought nnd science tho most liable lo
derangement. Weakness of brain and
feebleness of intellect as well as defective
digestion imperfect respiration and
muscular lassitude often arise from tho
use of improper friod. Judicious exer-
cise or suitable manual labor can do
much towards imparting both health and
strength to the physical mart. But nei-
ther buddy nor mental toil can transform
food which is constitutionally defective"
into that which contains all the nutritive
elements in due proportion. Physical
labor is good for the great purpose that
Nature designed il. It cannot however
perform the function of enlightened rea
son. For tho investigation of the laws of
health and its preservation thai cacti
bono muscle nerve and tissue may have
just what it needs man's intellectual
powers must be called into active exer-
cise. Anivn.-il I'oisoias.
Several animals are furnished with
liquid juices ofa poisonous nature which
when injected into fresh wounds occasions
the disease or death of the wounded nn-
Flic plulosonhy of Eatme is a much IhitnoiK ' Ammonin or spirits of u
neglected but a very useful &ntl tmcror tioixu w$M& beett proposed na an ' n
unceiuuv. inc tccminate nurnosc oi dew iiAveauDirouucctnn consean
imal Well known examples are farabMsfuinisheaVus.
ed by the sting of serpents bees 8corpIp'j;'no r)ationC was a young man of con-
ions spiders &c. The poison ofihe eidcrable intelligence and firmness of
viper is a yellow liquid which lodges in mntt nB suflonngs as ho described
two small vesicles in the animal's mouth them had been indeed deplqrnblc. For
Thcee communicate by a tube with the Vftairs he has been subject to excruciating
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and the poison forced th'rbuph the fpngs
into the wound. This poisonous juice
occasions the fatal cflects of the viper's
bite If the vesicloa be extracted or the
liquid prevented from flowing inlo'lhe
wound the bito is harmless. Jt has d
yellow color resembling gum but no
taste and when applied to tho touguo
occasions numbness. The poison of tho
viper and of serpents in general is most
hurtful when mixed with the blood.
Taken inio tho stomach it kills if the;
quantity be considerable. Fontana has
ascertained that its fatal effects ate pro-
portional to its quantily compared with
the quantity of the blood. Hence the
danger is diminished as the size ofihe an-
imatincrcascs. Small birds and quad-
rupeds die immediately when they pro
bitten bv a vinor : but to an adult the bite
seldom prdves fatal Sweet oil" Says
Mr. Ueckloro " lias iopg ocen esteemed
as a certain anlidolc to the bite of a viper ;
some should bo applied lo the part and
6oroo taken inwardly ; But the common
-iiaysl i'84; r :.. j:i - '' wo. ia.?'3i
' --V-y ' '' .iiti' -a . . - ttaii' '"-'- .jw!R.Jk filESBI
. mi. .;.. . 'vwr.11? v w.?: .- . f aEsrrrr v
cliche reniVej nxlerdalrplietl W&
4CuCu to vie u uioru emcacwus remedy
o Ac ll'Cpryr Dr. Mend that tho poison
was of nn ''acid .nature. Tho numerous'
trinls of that friulioinc bv Foe tana robbed
iVf&$Jl' 'IS celebrity ; but it hos been
Jntrevjycd an.(Jrtiocommendcd by Dr.
lianm?y ajn'cerVnin euro for the bitcoTa
;.Jp-fvuini ofihehcoand tho wasp is
nluuul contained in a atnnll vesicle
IV.tctoltJhrouith the hollow tube oftthe
titi'ilt&iba wound inflicted by' thnt ihs-
$& oit tho oiperiments ol PoV
Lv jn 1"al Dears n sirikitjg res
M f:U1Q. P
ZJy' J ' atff ovma betrsltouur
ITrtfflingUltOely exinictedpnnd tho tfosti
amiii'-auuii iswiuimanu on; oncdracntn
bi the lormer finely powdered rubbed
rlown.wiih an ounce of the latter and
uppljptLD lho"pnrt nflecled by means of
$$ti sliould be frequently renewed.
Ae pois&vj o ihOBcorpiqn resembles that
bfjiib vfper But its' tastol-is hot nn'd
acid sfliich is the case with tho Venom
'dJJiebeo and the wasp. No eXpcri-
4tf'io" which we can rely have been;
nnuc ujioh uic poison oi inc spicier inue;
Trom tho rapidit with which these nn-
jtnalBdeairoy tbejr prey and even one
WletHpTi'we cannot doubt that their pot-
&di is sufficiently VirulehU
Sftpaltioes of fresh bread and milk
gfo tho absence of ihese even mud are
tjifcellcnt applications to stinjgs of in-
fcctu and oven the bites of.tho most
yiotnoua.snakes. The vaunted specifics
rtcprnTrTcpdetl in such cases for internal
ue arftot to be compared in efficacy to
!jy application of a poultice oldie
Ltali of h chicken or other- animal recently
Jailed rThe flesh of the rattlesnake itself
iMrfsome parts of America reckoned to
s??s?speciflc virtues and doubtless; will
jfcswer nearly if not quite' as well as any
3jutjr.ii00(' fi0 nU(l moist poultice which
'vdlSidom fail to efTect a cure when
promptly appneu nnu irequenuy renew-
pd3!ln this way the 'irritation and in-
LUamRation induced by tho poison in the
ps.riuuu:u i& uiiuii urrcsteu ui once ana
pfventcd liom extending to vita part's.
Those Conclusions aro the results of cx-
pcrirp'"1118 made with the poison-of the
tfrjtesnnktvin which the mostcolcbrnled
lc . "?fj.'lf1" Pther specifics were used with
Ji'tmcs that novel means baVe rccenl-
Jy uecti -resorted to in order to render
S0Jjery subservient lo tho euro of that
luthleanddisirefitini! malndv. Eoilonsv.
rtch cannot but prove interesting to Uu
ptRjficSs well as to the medical profes-
t v I-
Tho new mode of treatment consists in
obliterating the calibre of one or both
eotamon carotid arteries by means of
Jigtilurc. These trunks transmit the blood
wl'jijh supplies the head and cerebral
mbwbranes and by arresting 'so largo a
cuirent from the hrnin a is expected that
theljorbid influertcewill.be starved or
JtialU'tHis remedy prove ns success-
ful tn ameliorating certain forms of this
complaint as the results already pro
miffs it riioy unveil tho obscurity which
arpftscnt involves the iiatnro of cpi-
'Two cnse3 wo understand have been
opersfed on in Now York one by T)f.
-Bhrkcr and Dr. Molt. Tho result in both
shas been very satisfactory so far.
Df. Morrougbt ofNew Brnnswick in the
prtTsenco of Dpctora Skilman Gnylcr
Wppdljplland Chevalier lately perform-
ed nn nnnrntion. aO account of which has
ui Av. ..r tjr ) ...i df J vih 'brob
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ii " . vH'lV (tlCf ' .i"
liii of treatment; Ma "memory-was
nt?. and none was vieimna io uie
dreerv and melancholy prospect of com-
ipleiut fatuity. The hnzard'of. the opera-
arGcratcd colors but be was resolved
andVubmitled to its performance without
IRfvvttigrthe slightest mnnifestation of
nam or excitement. Tho artery was tied
'nt tho tipper margin of the omobycjdj
raiicle' On the iourteenlhday j(ia figa
"lure came awny when the palicpl left
KcwIJrun8wiclt for his residence ut Six
MiliTUun with only a slight trace of the
woujid remnining and feeling more free
from distress than ho has been for many
years. -It is now moro than a month
since the liguturo came away during
wKieb mc we arc informed he tin not
expe.ricnccu any return oi uis compmiui.
Rnnnnw will4PAV no DtnT. And VOt
Bopjiw. often goes into "liquidation and
onftwojiUl suppose that tears' mfght wipe
aVvWa fittlo chalk." -
'-If .--.- ... - - .- (
Tho rttmospherariw abovo-usAvitjnis
cathtidral domo hrchmn tovAlril.r thn
heayeof which it 'is the most lAmlliar
synortymo nnd symbol. It floats around
us like that grand object which thd'Apos-
ie John savv in his vision; '3t sea of
glass IikeinfochrystnI." So maseivpis
u that when it begins lo str t losses
about rrren't shins like nlitvihltiDs. and
swoops ottics anil forests like snow-flakes
lo daatruetipn before it And yct.lt Js so
urouiioj tnat wo have lived years in it bo-
fore Wo can lie porAuadcd ihnCi.exisla.
at tilL and. tho irrcnt bulk.of maiikihd
nqvor rulizea the truth thaty;lvhoy are
bathed u; an ocean of air. Its' &fticbt id
so enormous mat iron snivors pcfore i.
like glass yet a 8oupbnlI sails ifbugh it
With imnuhtlv. Ithd tho. ihiiesitnARKi
.lavisldyWall the efyont JMmhli
the fevered brow and make the blood
mahtlo in our cheeks: even its north
blasts brace into hew vigor the hardened
children.of our rugged clime. Tho .eye
id indebted to it foj- all the magniOcence
of sunrise the full brightness ofvmid-clay
the chastened radiance o the gleaming
and the clouds that cradle kneAr the set
ting sun. But for it the rainbow Would
want its triumphal arch and the winds
would hot scud their fleecy messengers
on errands round thehtaVens. Thqcold
ether would not shed its snow' feathers on
the earth nor would drops of dJw gu'ther
on the flowers. Tlio kindly ram wonhf
never full hail storm nor fog diversify
the face of the sky. Our naked globi)
would turn its tanned unahadoVqd fore-
head to the surit ttnd one dreary munnto-
mousbjaze of light and heat dazzle and
burn up ull things Were thcre'uo m-
tnosphercj tho ovening sun Vould in a
moment set and without warning plunge
the earth in darkness. But tho .air keeps
in her hand a sheaf of his rays and lets
them slip. slowly through her fingers ; eo
that the shadows of evening gather by
degrees and tho flowers have tjmo io
bow their heads and each creature space
to find a place of -rest and nestle 'to re
pose. In the morning the garish sun
would at one bound burst from the bosom
of night and blnzo nboVetlia horizon; but
the air watchesbr his Coming alid sends
at first but onebltlo ray to announce hts
approachi and then another and by-ond-by
a1 handful md sogehtly 4 ts aside
the cormlti of inght 'atif mf T jcflAy
M. Stanislaus Juuen thd: learned
Orienialist bus communicate. lo the
French Institute the Chinese method1 of
coloring me imi'r- Il U saidtbat. lie
Chinese have succeeded in reaching and
transforming by means of medicine and
a peculiar diet the liquid which colors
the biious system and giving lb red or
white hair a peculiar tint which main-
tains itself during the continued growth.
The coloring is' produced bymoans of
certain substances mixed with 'the food
and' 'drltrif hTbeso substances aro not
hurtful to the body having for basis and
clement 'ferruginous principles tyhich are
recommended by physicians nmUatways
successfully employed. M. Dobay who
naa written a ircuuse on too BuyjfyU uuu
prepared a formula ofihe fiieani to bo
employed says : $"
11 It is astonishing that (he nhVflioIomstfl
who have cxporimonted andsLiiceeded
in coloring the bones of livingutiimalfl
red by making them eat and digest mad-
der huvo not thought of seeking-in the
Same way to colour red ond tyjjite hair
black The hair and the beard belong
to vegetable life and are disposed to the
same phenomena. In fact after a jufli-
cicnt quantity of fertiginol(aau 'Imrf
been introduced into the bodyi'llio circu-
lation takc them up the blood loaded
with tho8 substances deposits them in
the follicules of the hair wbicli in turn
prmra (hem into the Id I of ibediair and
('!. ' . 'Ml'.1 ll'fj 'Vllt. irUH W"'Oit L'
i i. k mm 1 ll'v' ' ;lc !jflu 'V'l'i it."
Mlmbortui pre&etit iWeuoa'm.Chtpa.
an misipns a uvirijj prooi oi tips micr"
ral coloring of tho hnir nnd bbjjd. It is
by.tbls method that iie-ChiSec9rrcc(-ing
tnq vagaries of nature iiavUccn able
to claim tVe title from tbo highest antjqui-
ly of tho black haired nalioiu
Washington and YBNift When
tho admiral attacking Porto Hello with
his six ships only ns is dqscribed op 'the
rnodel truckjon theoccation(boiob$erved
n fine yonng man in oppearpricei who
with tbo most intrepid courage attended
with the most perfect calmness wa8val-
waysin that part ofihe ship which was
most engaged. After tho firing had
censed he sent his captain to request he
would attend upon him whichjjeimmes
dialoly obeyed and the admiral entered j
into conversation fiiscovereu.xn nia an-
swers and observations that lie possessed
more abilities than usuallyfall to the lot
B lnMA-MIBaiHlBa . . . V . . . TTHHHpHBnaHPBHnaaHUHau t. a .
t Tr TI 'Tr"" TT' " I .i i -i - - -- . nBHtu in. ..
C '"ato'tai i
not out ttpt)clicust m wttYmT60ot(uvpnore i Mt4 "WifiW TO
wind brings bacNcoloi'to ihepnfeftn3of rfio .undojiGiiiiilj?. hrjnjVTd
the invalid : ha emit weM windn freOfiAti1 rlVon oiPaftfieiBttfcia&itmtiTli7iww
of rpanturtd m goncruh Upon WSfMRffig J
(IIS hnmo iho vnnnrr mrtn -ilrKJ r. .l2 ; "'
Gebrco Wnshiftaton. nml ih atrtJ'imh
4 return home sttPBeiyflgSmeiiJecf "
.Jnhlio tho imcoiidu of tfip admirahr; ' -sv
no greet .mdp whn ho built hk fipuc s
Ih AtrinH.lrti.r Hrt. i...i . .t'
part Of air- cells gradually i'ncrWsCp
size ns they apprpacfrfhi
Secondly the hil&JjTOS
I k r- : " T'.TS IXW
inant ntntwj&mii .uni
.1r -t. t' ifTtt&iC...
puntry. Yarrri llireSdfl
not. cscemeci so wholesome; as bread fa
limt bas'beoh baked lwemyfour( hpur r;
nnd although people can cut more nt a
meal of tlio former yet the next meal '
does not find the annetite urisWhealiliVn
tone ns after taking tho previous meatof
oiu uretuk.. .
Fapts rs 'Pnvaor.pov.flEVal&il
bencfactbMinmed it "'Mouht VfrnbV
and at this moment it is so called ? '
H-affr' 7U t i k vahw
makbs the numerous cella in the bridaf ius
It is I the 6afne with cliarcouL. .WelLva... ' WSmfe
cubie inch of cliariofll wftJTwWu ?:wPl
minute colls possesses- Mrdpg 'affcSy :i
cem at the lowest enrnjiutation it miV -- M
face ofono hundred qitbra jrfcetv ?!&Ikh ' ' ' :?3a
coal has the property o'frWVtho : .'.'"J
gasses ton vpulexAidqtfreed IBreaSh t. I W.M
has tho sumo property. BuiTrb;ibHiks'&- ti'"J
ready lo .Ub -Sill to'Si 4
gns. For this reason Itio'ulil SqWiriW &
a. dry und airy aUiiatitSn'. ifol in' tii'i&A'rtmJP ' Iffim
iivu iui iwu uiruo nnu even lour fltuiurcaw L
yMM. A healthy full rbwiv" olephahbrS
iwuuiw tinny juuijus oi grain per uay
Bats jn India aro called Avlne Soxoaitmii
IIKVLStims RJV I'oM I'rnm lin tn tlA .Qlmn U.
wild nasttircs practice sclfdcforicuyrarf . pJ?l
ruy in wiucn ramsstana loromost. in - '.r-rss
concert Vhli'qvc& ondlambs Inthoceiitrd"
ofa hol!ow.6qunre -Thred Htidaoii'd''Rfiv
.dogsdraw n stedgaJoadcd with three; huu
qrcuius. nucon miles per day- Qji)epair
of pigs wilfincf ease jn jsjx yoars ta t)D. 1(30
taking tho lucreada ht fourteen times per'
annum. A pal of sheop in tlio sariie time
womu b0Dtu Oft A single lemnltt h6Use
The following amusing Bpecimenbf
cross:reading .is from the Waslnngton
Globe. The writer saya that a droll
fellow being requested by an old lady to
read the newspapers took It up und began
"Iiaq pjght. yesterday .mornings
about two o'clock in the afternoon before
breakfast a hungry boy about forty years
old bought a fin custard for a lovyand
threw it through a brick wall nine icct
thick and jumped dveir itnnd brbfco'hitf
ankle right off above the knee andfell
into a dry mill-pond and was '.drbwnedv
fly produces u one season 20080320 cr?? W&wl
M&& jjwi?flr auA;ipcu3lmp Jsw -t t fS
timcft'iiioirowsi length equal to t quartet j mWvlM
bfaihlltrforoftiaki;- "'- -i
nuuuv luiy Yi:mq n"r umif "ii iue same ;&:' y
day an old cat had nine turkey gpblortf - $E tSjfl
the wind blew Yankee Doodle into a Try- s- -i ?l
;n .i. nn.i nu.t Ua !m.i ri.WZu W.'iR
'0 '"f wiwwnwM ilJU itu XMlLiU
churn down and killed u sow 'aml'tW
deud pigs at Hosting where a deaf and
dumb man was tulung4FrencIrio Bis
The old lady nieci) up both Jiandstand
exclaimed mDii tell." '-
A MathImoNial AovBr)ruup. Att old
maid (37.) was once called upon by?a will
owor who ppppedrtlie questidu in 'duel
form but could not receive inch answer -divi
til ho had shown her the hbhje' prbnrcd
for her. Sho consequently went tti'lw
-bouse. The lusncction disclosed a 'well'
furnished dwelling cveryi thing innlie il
greatest profusion. flUlo" la.rdt'r weUlcr V
ally supplicc( containing f omo hnf jdo&nr j
barrels of oork and' flour. "Weill" eacv
claimed the suitor when thd examlnntiori'
n?r conclnrd' 'whatdo voU eay7n T
Kty' e r-.itr' ir nty ' tiuit T it WXit
'n i viFcr. ' i'. rvwg ta ewk di that
pork utulmafce so fiiilch'breatyifSxM'pA
mU-Bo3t0tl Humbler. J ' ' 'J'" ?
Doai foil Goasips. A rovorbnd ffoiii?
llnn-inn linrriHorl .n-. nninll nrtrTnnr n .9ntvfi-'i$
ovoniuge Binco.by telling them that heaud .
nts who naa sepnraicu (t
Not parted'" onqniringly oxolSiSttl!
three or four : ;
Ye' said tho old'.gentleuian witli -tu
sigh; "wp had soiie worpsr.anf) parted? M
A shudder went arounre. room wHVa
some oh enquired "For goocfV'
Oh no" replied tdddlvinoi tfie'iias'
only gone to Philadelphia' and will'beriack
in a day or two' m '- .-.
A little girl inquired of eir friend;vyJor
like the inquirer had not passed her Slit
year ' what causecinlje riitft' Id wlifeh
the following beautilulreply was given t
Tlin flrnna tf riitrt nrrvf hrt fnni' M.klntfii
prcssivo as it U sublime ?
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