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3ftje 3i&xtatajpailjjgagle: ji attreilay' Wyoming, tote 11, 1890.
HE WAS A MJlEU JURIST.
The Unhappy I-Ifo and Painful Death of
Judge Isaac I. Christiancy.
Death camo as a welcome relief the other
day to a lonely old man, bowed down by
years and sorrows and tortured with in
curable disease. His name was Isaac Peck
ham Christiancy, and not so very many
years have elapsed since he was a legal
and political power in the state of Michi
gan, and prominent as well in the councils
of the nation. Born .seventy-eight years
ago at Johnstown (now Bleecker), X. Y.,
ho foujiht his way upward step by step
and secured an education through unaided
personal exertions. After qualifying as an
attorney he removed to Michigan and re
sided at Monroe from 1837 to 1857, com
bining the professions of editor and lawyer.
Ho was state sen
ator iu 1S50, Free
Soil candidate for
governor in 1852
and delegate to
the first national
vention at Phila
delphia iu 1&5G.
He became a jus
tice of the Michi
gan supreme court
and continued on
the bench until
JUDGE cnniSTlAKCT. to Washington as
n United States senator.
It was at the national capital that Mr.
Christiancy thou a widower met with
the misfortune of his life. There ho
formed the acquaintance of I.illio Lugen
beal, a pretty employe of the treasury de
partment. He was persuaded to marry
the young woman, and soon after resigned
Lis seat in congroKS to accept the place of
United States minister to Peru. While in
South America Mrs. Christiancy's conduct
was such that on the return home of tho
couple the judge secured a divorce. Tho
erring wife died four years ago, a mental
und physical wreck.
The scandal so wrought upon Mr. Chris
tiancy's sensitive mind that he abandoned
political life for ever and began a hermit's
existence in a lonely house at Lansing that
ended only with his death. He spent his
last days in writiug an elaborate criticism
of tho Bible from the standpoint of an
agnostic. Some weeks ago he consulted a
physician regarding a painful swelling at
the base of the jaw. It was diagnosed as
malignant cancer, and the patient received
warning that his days were numbered. "I
am ready," said the judge; "I was not con
sulted as to how I bhould be brought into
the world, and apparently I am not to be
consulted as to how I shall go out."
Tho old man suffered agonies up to tho
moment of death's merciful release, but
his mind remained clear, and he kept at
work almost unto the end. His permanent
reputation will rest largely upon his legal
decisions and their accompanying opinions,
for ho is conceded to have been ono of tho
boundest judges of his time.
Two Nominees for Governor.
Hon. E. B. Winans, whom tho Demo
crats hnvo nominated for governor of
Michigan, is a farmer. His Democratic op
ponent, Mr. Turner, is also a farmer; bo
is the Prohibition candidate; likewise tho
Union-Labor party man. But of all these
Mr. Winaus is the
most thoroughly a
Granger. He may
1)0 seen any day
with his overalls
rolled to tho top
of his old boots
"busy at somo agri
He has served two
terms in congress.
Ho was born in
New York state M
years ago, moved
to Michigan i n
lS3lasul u.-h1u- E- IVIXAXS.
cated in tho district schools and at Albion
college He had the gold fever in 1850, and
went to California in a wagon. He mined
for eight years, returned and lought a
form near the little town of Hamburg, and
has lived thero
ever since. Be
sides his four years
at Washington ho
was two terms in
tho stato legislat
ure, and has been
judge of probate.
In Delaware tho
nee for governor in
Harry A. Richard
son, tho youngest
man upon whom
Mich an honor has
ever l)ccn c o in
nAnnr a. kicuakpsox.
ferred by cither party of the litt le common
wealth. Ho is a native of Camden, Del.,
and was born 37 years ago. Tho present is
liis first nppoaranco iu the political arena.
He is in business with his father at Dover,
and has tho reputation of being wealthy.
Collecting Islam Literature.
At Tasltkcnd, a city of Asiatic Russia, is
to be found probably the largest collection
of Islam literature in the world. It owes
its existence! to Gen. von Kaufman, who
instituted a search, immediately after the
battle of Samarcand, for the library of
Tamerlaue, often referred to in Per.inand
Arabian writ.iL.;. No traeeof this ancient
collection could le found, but partly by
persuasion and partly by force he acquired
many valuable and rare looks from the
priests and learned men. Thoe forme;!
the nucleus of the present library, which,
after tho conquest China, was great ly
enriched by innumerable costly volumes
pet tired atthesackingofthepnla'co of Chan
Mahommed Rnchiin. A large number of
theological works, tho property of Chan
von Kokand, were also sent to Tashkent!.
A Young 'University Vrosldent.
The now president of the Northwestern
university at. Kvanstou, Ills., Henry Wade
Rogers, ib only 37 years of age, but has al
ready acquired a wide reputation for .schol
arship. He is a lawyer by profession, ami
in religion a Methodist. His birth place
wasBuflalo, X. Y.
by name, died
while he wsn an
infant, and he be
came th? adopted
mmi of Mr. Rogers,
a wealthy philan
thropic, who gave
him every educa
He was graduat
ed from Ann Ar-
nnxnr wade hogfns. hm univeft.ity iu
1874 and from the law school of the same
institution two years later. He practiced
lit Buffalo and St. Louis until ISS4, when
ho was chosen to succeed Judge Thorn,
Cooley as head of the leal department
wherein he had formerly been a pupil. He
remained at Ann Arnor until elected pro
Wijen Itaby was sicfc, wo gave her Oastorfa,
When she was a Child, she cried for C Astoria,
When she Occam? Miss, she dime to CoMerio,
YThrn she had Children, she cave ifceui C&storia.
Tlie houses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thus for ready refer
ence for the South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direct
with names given.
SCHOOL '. BOOKS,
A2TD SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Mail Orders "will Receive Prompt Attention at
118 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas
GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS,
Steam Engines, Hoilcrs and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods. Rubber and
Hemp Packing. Steam Pittinjrs, Etc. Repairing of all Kinds ol'Ma-
chinery a Specialty. Orders promptly filled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinds of castings made.
A. FLAGG-, Proprietor. Wichita, Kansas.
The Stewart Iron Works,
Architectural, Wrought and Cast
Iron Work for Buildings.
Factory: South Washington Avenue
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artlst'H MatortaK Pltnre. Moulding nnd Tramea
Wholesale und r.'lull. Catalogue free.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
F. P. MARTIX, 114 Market St.
WHOLESALE D&AI.KH IX
Pianos and Organs
Shf-et music and hook. All kind- of iuslca
KOffls. Ilni-sband rn.l orchestra mu-iic. lOIain
btrwt, AV icliita, Kansas.
Trimble Eros. & Tnrelkeld,
Special attention to mail orders.
110 E Douglas, - Wichita, Kan
D. T. STALLIXGS & S01TS,
STAIMG'S PALME TOILET SOAP
ItltcantifTes Hip complexion and kMp tlu
&Mii-oft. smooth cio.it mid healthy. For
Kile ly drwrgiHisand grocers.
S2G Chicago Ave. - Telephone OU
THE JOHNSTON & LARBIER DRY GOODS CO.,
Dry : Goods, : Notions : and : Furnishing : Goods.
Complete Stock in all the Departments.
110, 121 &123N Topeka Ave. AVicliita, Kansas.
L. M. COX,
Manufacturing -. Confectioner,
And jobber in Vijrs, Dates, Cigars, Foreign and Domestic Nnts, Citlci,
Paper Uajjs, l'aper Uoxes, Candy Jai-s, Trays, Ktc.
215 and 217 .South. Main St , Wichita, Kansas.
THE C. E. POT'ib DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles E. Potts & Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. J.ouis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
BAKER, BLASDEL & CO.,
COll. MAHKET AZS'D FIRST STS., WICHITA, KAIS'.
Manufacturers wholesale, transfer and forwarding ajrents, and dealers
in carriages, -wagons, tiirm imiUments. wind mil It-, scales, engines and
threshing machinery. We have on hand a full line of the following manufac
turers goods that e can liip at quick notice:
Studelmker llros. Mfg. Co., South 15end, Ind.; Enterprise Carriage Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Hoover & (tumble, rdiamisburg. Ohio; Ksterly Harvesting
Co., hitewuter, A i;-.; Fairbauk. Moore c: Co., Chicago. 111.; alton I'low Co.,
i;iomiugtou, 111.; Pekin Plow Co.. Pekin, 111.; Avery Planter Co.. Peoria, 111.;
.Ino. Dodds Hay Rack Co., Dayton, Ohio.; Frick Engine Co.. Waynesboro,
Peun.; Mu.ssilion Thrasher Co.. .Ma&silton, Ohio: Krugslornd k Douglas M.fg.
Co., St. Louife, Mo.', lluber Engine Co., Marion, Ohio.
THE AV1CII1TA OYEKALL AND SHIRT 3HAXUFACTLTRtS'G CO.
MANVKACTl KERS AND JOBBERS OK
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonade Pants: Duck Lined Coats and Vests;
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Ovcr&hirts; Canton Flannel
rudeihirt, Drawers, Etc.
Factory an d Siilcsioom 139 X. Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
EVERY MAN vlUiT BE BALD.
manor Jim a Corl Clnb to Offer for
Admission to Xoiv York's List.
Apparently Now York i not yet suf
ficiently supplied with club life, despite it
long nnd varied list Certain club circles
are earnestly discussing a rumor concern
ing the formation, at nn early date, of a
new organization, which will Mir pass in
novelty at least any social combination
jiow in existence here.
The scheme is nothing le8 than a club
of limited membership, to be composed en
tirely of bald hoadod men; not men wboe
cniniuras lack thatch by reason of tho
flight of time, but those who are still young
or in their prime, and who should, in the
uatural order of the universe, be enjoying
a beautiful crop of hair. The chief object
of the organization is said to be a semi
facetious one, being nothing less than the
promotion of this, growth.
It is proposed to give a dinner once a
month, at which each member present shall
announce whether he has discovensl speciil
virtue in either of the advertised lotions
for the restoration of the hirsute append
age. Each member will pledge himself to
conscicutioubly experiment wrJi some such
medium for a month or two month, as
the eas may be. The uptown barbers,
therefore, look for a boom In this branch
of their business.
The rapid increase in bald heads anient;
the youth f the metropolis is strikingly
noticeable. The precise oboms. beyond the
too coostaBt wearing of close lifting hats,
hare not yet been definitely fixed, bat the
bald fact obtain public import a ace be
oaiue to accounts for tba bacnelornood at
bemireds of aminale sms who would mtska
C. Elonmnyor Sr. Mllllnc and Elevator Co.. of
Hal-tend. Kan., carry a full line of hard and soft
wheat flour at their asency in thld city, bead for
prici-, and vatnples.
OT'l O "VVElbS. ARont, 2i1 N Main. Wichita.
SWAB & GLOSSER,
And Jobbers of Woolens and Tail
14o 3r Main Street, - Wichita.
WICHITA BOTTLING AVORKS,
OITO ZIMMCItMANN. Prop.
Hot dors of Ginger .Ale. Champagne
Cidr, Sada Water, Standard iN'urve
Food, also General Western
Agents lor Win. J.Lemp's Extra Pale.
Cor. First and Waco Ms., - Wichita.
Wholesale and Retail.
Telephone Xo. 157.
119 North Water SL
leving nusoaneH anaaevotea turners, inc
small coterie alluded to. however, disavow
any matrimonial motive in tbciff club
project. They assert that they have been
impelled toward it by the annoyance which
they experience in the increased reference
to bald heads made upon the burlesque
stage. The persistence of the busy bouse
fly, nevertheless, may have something to
do with it.
An iil natured hairdresser, by the way,
stated recently that comparative baldness
among women, and especially society
women, is no longer an uncommon thin;;,
and that the number of Indie who bleep in
one part of their chamber while their hair,
except a small tuft, reposes in another i
increasing in a most awkward manner.
In regard to their luxurious tresses, there
is no doubt that the hairdresser is more
in the confidence of the society woman
than is the society woman's husband.
ttnt there is no danger of a bald headed
woman's club ever finding a place in New
York. New York News-
Oat In Washington.
"I was in Springfield, the state capital,
j ou know, and having a few hours to spare
decided to ride oat to Lincoln's tomb.
Down there the old fashioned stress cars
are propelled by old fashioned mules., and
yon are never whirled along the road fat
enough to get seasick. After riding tbe
first hour about two blocks I walked to
the bow of the car to deposit my fare. Un
consciously I pet a five dollar bill in the
receiver. When I realised ray mibtek I
spoke to tis driver.
" l pot zore tAa my fare In tbe bar,
1 iJrtL0jtai i
Cigar Headquarters. Cor. Main and First Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Send us a Trial Order or Call and See Us.
F INLAY ROSS-
WHOLESALE AN'D RETAIL
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
The Largest Establishment in the State.
Nos. 119 and 121 Main Street, "Wichita, Kansas.
GETTO-McCLUIsG- BOOT AXD SHOE CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS : &d : SHOES.
All goods of our own manufacture warranted. Orders by mail
promptly and carefully tilled.
135 and 137 X Market Street, Wichita, Kansas.
CORNER & FARNIDI,
EOYAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers. Teas,
Codecs, Spices, Extracts, leaking
Powders. Bluing, Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 rf Emporia Ave.
Manufacturers Wholesale and Itetoil
DeaK rs in
SADDLES k SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kan
BURR FURNITURE CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Douglas Ave.
Wholesale and Retail
i oal, ji:iil IU huh,., U'ilug and
Unil.llMc M ,'t'i-U'Jti.
Telephone 101. 1'th St and 4th Ave.. WIchlti. Kan.
B. VAIL & CO.,
CLOCKS AXD SILVEKWEAI?.
10( E Dourlas Ave, - Wichita.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO,
OFFICE A'D W.U1EHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOUTH 3IARICET STREET.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixture?
Sole agents for the state for ''Grand Hepublic" cigars, also sole proprietors of
the "Royalty" and "La Innoceucia" brands. do
iaCah , 5s- -oSiS jij j'stva Swisw 5s'
srooci tne test
years airainst all new-
'win you g.ve me tne cnr.atrcr'
" 'Nojc You'll have to lose the change,
I hain't got no key to the box.'
" 'Well the five
"What's that quickly spoke up tbe
driver. 'Did you put fi-v-e regular dollars
in the box?'
" 'Certainly: you can see tbe Mil.'
" 'Well, jee-whiz, wait till we get to the
barn and I'll give you this nisrh mule
Hain't seen that much ?ince tbe election.'
"And do you know," concluded tbe colo
nel. "I came very near returning to Chi
cago with a mule, bat ! finally got mj
change" Spokane Spokesman.
A stran-e Suicide
One of the most extraordinary cases of
suicide in the annals of -self destruction it
reported from Angina, where a regular
epidemic of suicide seems to exist. Lkmt.
Maagaeiax. of Idau-enburg. one of tbe
mostpopnlarofli?er in the Austrian arm r,
is the victim of thus queer freak, wrfc.ie hit
bosom friend and messmate is a murderer,
yet not guilty of the crime. The laat time
Mangaaius went to the barracks where h:s
company was quartered, just a few minute
before hi tragic taking off. he was ob
served to be anent minded and ranch de
praved in spirit.
He talked with his Humiliate for a few
minuta and then went to a room where a
onmber of new r7in riAm were kept,
leaded one, returned and hioded it to his
friend, aayicg: "Take this riae and let me
see if yon can aim it prooerSy. Pwnt as
my ere-" Ti sold: r had no idea tlie
Children Crv for Pitcher's Castora.'
Tlie quickest, strongest and purest
Dry Hop Yeast on tlie market. Will
keep a year in any climate.
Price, 5 cents per package of 7 cakes
For sale by all wholesale and retail
Manufactured by Corner fc Farunm
factory oorner Kellogg and Mosley
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Retail
Paints, Oils and Glass.
150 JV Market St., Wichita, Kan
Pliotograheis' : Supplies!
102 E Douglas Avenue.
Wichita, Ivan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & G-RALEY
iSanufacturers and Dealers In
All kinds of cans for shipping purposes, raits,
haklntf powder, etc.
2i: South Main, Wichita, Kan.
Tlie Hyde & HimiWe Sta. Co.,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers In
Books : and : Stationery,
Wall Paper, Wrapping Papers.
114: X Main St., - Wichita, Kan
TTichita Trunk Factory
. HOSSFIELD, rroprietor.
Manufacturer Of, Wholesale
and Retail Dealer in
Trunk?, Valises, Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Pocket Books, "Wil
low "Ware, Etc.
125 W Douglas.
ior sixteen ,
lm.vfi iipvpt fc-.xZSvtn
been befeated. i T f 17-H&l
All first-lass srocers Eiftlirri3
t l w . i n n ! n 1 1 1 ti iiw
"make ready." ":r-i..r, "nre," he dis
charged the rifle at .1 distance of three
yards into the o!Scr's eye. The bullet
went through the sk':!l and death was in
stantaneous. He kH a letter for his cap
tain saying that rue voidier who shot him
was innocent rH. Louis Republic
IaBctic 1- a Government Kalldlnc
A stran?e eene was enacted at the west
end of the r-tofflce building one Sunday
night bc"i 9 o'clock. A lot of boys and
eirb, M' thirty in all, bad gathered there
to play iad hare a good tirre, when one of
the ;".. took out a moot b organ and starv
ed-;. a jig. In a second two iris of tbe
age -f 10 to 12 years jumpJ lata the cen
ter it the sidewalk and commenced to
dar to the inu,ic The k.t'u then formed
a r-ng around the little dancer;, clapped
tb'ir hand and stamped tlir feot ta tt9,
aai awsy west tbe girl into a reajvlar
hce dowa and ending cp Aith the frexuu-
The fun lasted fr near'y half an boar
aPd was witnessed by s large erewd t
p-ctaiora. Same thouf Mit it was qcee-r
U-t such a thing could lSppeo in ruth a
pTiblic pmce, and that. 7o, on a Sanday
night. One old lady, on eing the Hits
gria and bearing the enters sad jcrs af
tl e mixed crowd, remarked: That carta
n"z of allowing my daoghter act eveaaags
JO gad the street." CiCcmaati Enqairei
Deatiet (kjadly) Kow, dees that hart!
PatieeSr I don't mud yon -wackteg is
the tooth to modi, iras if too -ail! jvat
takt roar elesv liak oat of rsf rijat
era I dull ba abHnad. Cactter.
Deep In the wood I made, a house
TVTiera so oa knew do way;
I carpeted the flsor with moss,
And thero I lovsd to pxy.
I he&rd tho bubbling of the brook;
At tisies on scorn fell,
And Jar &war a rvbin sartf
Dep ia a lonely dsll.
I set a rock with occra cope;
So qujstly I piyed
A rabbit hopped ncrors ths mess.
And did not seexa afraid.
That night before I west to bod
I at ry window stepd.
And thcabt how dar xny house most be
Dowa In tho lonesome wood.
Katharine Pyle ia St. Xicholos.
A Good Hot "U'eather Diet.
Here is a good hot weather diet pre
Ecribed by a $2o a visit doctor of Sara
togs: Fish, clear 6onps, sea food, eggs,
brown breads a day old, fresh milk,
green psas, lettuce and tomatoes in pref
erence to all other vegetables, ripo mel
ons and fresh berries, nee paddings,
lemonade and iced tea in preference to
ice cups, and half the usual quantity of
coffee. He advises contempt for butter,
dumplings, pie, roasts, cabbsgo, pota
toes, hot bread and animal foods as too
heating for the blood. He also prescribes
a two .hour siesta after dining, as little
exposure to the sun as possible and a
glass of ale or porter at night for people
who do not rest well. Hot baths he con
siders better than the cold plunge for
cooling purposes, to be taken an hour
before eating or three hours after.
Violence is done to perfect health by
indiscriminate tise of mineral water, es
pecially mbring them, and prolonged
stay in the surf. Only an ignoramus
will drink from two different mineral
springs and only the foolishly athletic
overexert themselves. The lounger and
summer tourist will get the best rest on
his back either in a hammock, steamer
chair or bed. Unless tlie system is regu
lated nothing will improve it, and there is
no better way to keep tlie portals open and
stimulate perspiration than by frequent
use of water applied internally and ex
ternally. It is hardly possible to drink too
much good, clean cool water, and habit
ual sponging will remove tho excretions
from tho bodj which facilitate the
growth of germs that aro as fidgety and
numerous as the dust particles in the air
wo breathe. New York World.
TJps and Downs in tho Teast 37rkct.
Yeast is naturally a most unstable sort
of commodity, but its main characteristic
is that npon the very slightest provoca
tion it will rise. During tho past week,
however, it contrulicted ita usual meth
ods and shrunk in a most amazing way.
Saturday last it sold for 1!0 cents a
pound. Monday it was selling tor 5
cents a pound, and yesterday the prico
rose again to 20 cente.
Investigation int the canpes of tills
extraordinary fluctuation in prico reveals
tho existence of a hide bound, copper
bottomed, donblo riveted trust which
absolutely controls tho prico of yeact,
and holds it at a figuro which pays the
members of tho trust a handsome profit.
A pound of yeast cut into squares and
wrapped in tin foil will innke forty
cakes, which aro sold by tho manufact
urers at 1 cent each, and retailed for 2.
The consumer of tin's yeast then pays 80
cente per pound. Tho profit is 08 cents,
of which the retailer makes 40 and the
manufacturer 28 cente. Oornprcs&rfl
yeast is mado from whiskies, vinegars,
and "low wines," and could be retailed
at 15 cents a pound, with a fair margin
of profit for manufacturer and retailer.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
"niilteloir Itcll' 'btt Home.
One hundred granite columns of enor
mous size and highly polish have been
received at th Ophir farm, tho home of
Whitelaw lleid. They are to be ued in
the construction of a $46,000 porticoifor
his grauito mansion, which is in the
course of erection. It is said that 3tr.
Reid's rosidenco will bo alinoHt aa lmnd
Bomo as that of the Rockefeller mansion
on the Hudson. Tho building is model
ed after the ancient German cRAtiea of
the Fourteenth century. It ia built on
an elevation, and commands a flno-viw
of the surrounding country. Prom the
castle tower Greenwich harbor. Long
Island Bound, Staten Inland, and on a
clear day the spires and Brooklyn bridge
in New York can be Eeen. Now York
A Ponticnl Jupnooip.
Masatoki Ikeda, son nnd heir of the
Duke of Bijen, Japan, is in PhiWlelphia.
Tho young insrquis Is not yet twenty,
but talks profoundly on political and
Eocial affairs in Japun. H ia agret
lawn tennis player, and, like all lfewn
tennis players, a deep philosopher, a
will bo ueen by the foHawing Japaneoe
poem which he has written: "Tho gxcon
bamboo Uvea many yoars. The bamboo
which grows in tho oraporor'a gardem
will live a thousand years withoct acci
A Mlohlran Story.
Nineteen years ago a Gratiot county,
Mich., farmer rofned to let bin daugh
ter go to a candy pull. She went tbooxh,
and remained away. Last week h
drove up to her father's door, lifted out
hr eleven children, coolly took off her
wraps and astonialied her father by de
claring that she had concluded to re
turn and stay bom, aad hereafter be
an obedient daoyhtcr. Philadelphia
W It u Cemplltnrat?
Edwin And yoo'll always t5 true to
Anselma hy do yon doabt me, Edwin
Edwin Oh, yoe're too cd to be tro.
Barber Doe the raxor nt s.1! rijcb'
Victim If aan t Ar- irr:r.'? i
collation rf -.1m -n
CTHE GREAT ENCillS REMEDY.)
Cttstpo "RTT.TOTTS BXL&
25cts. a Box.
OB at.t. DE.X7GK5ISXS.
Absent Minded Party (to bather) Beg
pardon, but havo you got a match nboui
you? Harper's Bazar.
Another run Mory.
Capt. Obed Knowlton, of tho schooner
Trader, at Advocate Harbor, N. S., report
tat while on hia way from Boston he
sighted what he supposed to be the wreck
of a vessel. lie at onco bora down on it,
when, to his great astonishment, he dis
covered it to bo the carca&ii of a sea
monster unlike anything he bad ever seen
before. His vessel got within twelve feet
of tho monster, which seemed to be about
eighty feot long and tweuty feet broad.
It tapered off at each end, was striped like
a zebra, and had the appearance of having
been run into by a vessel. Philadelphia
ft is reported that a novel flower has
been discovered st the isthmus of Tehu
aatepec. This floral chameleon has the
power of changing ita colors daring tho
dty. In tho moraine; it is white, when
h(J sun -.6 a: its zumih it ia red, nnd at
nL'htit'i II"'. 0-'at noon does it
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tho leading rWiedr fof
Cionnrrhora A Uleet.
Tbe only uo remedy for
X.cticorr hcra orWhlto.
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rate in rvcommendinff U
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