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An Illinois man fduncUbis runaway wife
working, in male atlirp; in a Peoria tailor
shop, whero her sex was unsuspected.
Of the bishops, .judges, and other offi
cial personages who took part in Queen
Victoria's coronation forty-two years ago,
all are now dead.
The work of robulding Tremont temple
in Boston progresses rapidly. Part of the
building will be ready for uso before the
closo of this month.
The second highest bridge in the coun
try is about being built across Missis
sippi at Minneapolis, It is to be 1,150
feet long, with two pans of 325 f
All the Mexican papers are agreed that
in case of war with the United States,
Uncle Sain would boused up in sixty days.
AVe must be caroful how Mexico is pro
voked. There arp more than 10,000,000 oar
wheels in use in tho United States. The
average life of a whool is eight years, and
it requires a little over a ton of pig iron to
make four wheels.
A five-ton sail-boafc,J.flurty feet in length,
arrived nt Stamford1, Conn., last week,
from Galveston, Tex?, in charge of Fred
Hall, a Stamford boy'. The voyige occu
pied forty-two day3.
Emma Lev, residing on Diamond hill,
Lynchburg, Va., recently gaye birth to
four children, two boys and two girls, and
all of them were living and doing well
when last heard from.
The level of nearly all the laken in the
far West lias been lising for several years
past. Salt Lake has risen twelve feet in
twenty-five years, and Winnemucca Lake
twenty-two foot in four years.
A robin built her nest on u railroad
switch noar a dopot m New Hampshire,
directly under the signal light, and al
though about twenty-five trains daily pass
id by, she remained and raised a family.
feklfc water is being distributed through
Brodkjyn daily, in three-gallon cans, for
spojjjc toAtbs for invalids and children.
Tho water is pumped sit night at the end
of tho iron pier, and ia sold for four cents
Henry Brittam, of Richmond, Ind.,
whilo asleep at noon fell from his pecond
story window, struck on a lumber pile
with suflicient force to bounce him into a
cistern eight foot away, and when some
workmen who saw him tall ran to him he
was still asleep.
A man who was kept awake hour after
hour by the barking of a dog said he never
wanted to use a shotgun so bai in his life.
"What for to shoot the dog?" asked the
friend. "No." he replied, "but to shoot
the fool who wrote, ' 'Tis sweet to hear the
watch dog's honest, bark.' "
There wero 800,003 tons of ice secured
on the Kennobec river, in Maine, last
winter, which, at $2.50 per ton, will pro
duce $2,000,000. This is more ice by
100,000 tons than was ever secured on the
river before, and the total crop of the state
is estimated at 1,5-00,000 tons.
The Veronese feurcoat is tho Parisian
form of the Jersey. It is made of a net
work of fine silk, i nd closely follows tho
figure. It is woven ot all sizes to suit var
ious figures, and s to a marvel. To
render it more dress, and also more mys
terious, it is onibroidured with beads.
A Waterbury, Conn.., ofiicer tho other
day called, at a house and asked if the
family had any dogito be registered.
"No, sir," was tho prompt reply. He
thereupon imitated a dog's bark so effec
tively that ho started uj three dogs that
were in the cellar, thus disclosing their
It is common now m ' hp English me
tropolis to moet with youn men who aro
prematurely round-shouldered and walk
with bent knees and a sort of crab-like
movement. Itidors of the so-called "steel
horse" may bo interested to know that this
ungraceful appearance has bnen named
the "biajMofeaok" mHverof'th9pntini&
hat oauiei it
Staying too tongr iu Friendly VlHitfl.
One class of persons will need an p
pecial amount of grace this summer. AVe
mean those women who, having worked
hard in their homes all winter are visited
by their city friends all summer. Per
haps they have married the sons, who,
by fate of fortune, have kept the old
homes. All the brothers and sisters, with
their troop3 of children, must come back
to tho shade trees and meadows for a quiet
rest. Perhaps they have no special love
for tho woman who presides over tho old
Inno house, but it is such a convenient
thing to have a placo to visit where there
are no board bills to pay. Ten to one, the
wife in tho country is more worn than her
city relatives, and is in no wise able to
bear tho extra care, or manage the ad
ditional cooking. For force of circum
stances she has been dressmaker, milliner
and servant, maybe, in her large family
the whole year through. She has turned
dresses wrong side out and upside down.
She has made every dime go its farthest.
And now the visitors have come to use
up all her self sacrifice has saved. It
might have been pleasant to have received
them for three days, but when they re
main three months the case is different.
We onco heard a gentleman remark that
he "could say all the new things he had
to say to visitors in one day," and, as a
rule, we quite agree with him. The cheap
est way to visit is to go to a hotel or board
ing house, and pay an equivalent tor what
one receives. Of course, one has congen
ial friends whom it is a pleasuro to seek
much and often; but too many so-called
friends and persons who are serving their
own convenience persons who never of
fer to help in kitchen or parlor, and seerr
oblivious to the fact that anything is be
ing done for them. Don't make youi
summer trip at the expense of anybody'
comfort. Let your religion, it you prole.-.- !
it, permeate all your plans, especially tho? -for
Mark Twain's Cook IJook,
Recipe for New England Pie. To make
this excellent breakfast dish, proceed as
follows: Take a sufficiency of wcter
and a sufficiency of flour and con
struct a bullet proof dough. Work
this into the form of a disk, with thf
edges turned up 30mo three-foiulha of ai
inch. Toughen and In In dry it a couple
of days in a mild but unvarying tem
perature. Construct a cover for this re
doubt in the same way and of the same
material. Fill with stewed dried apples;
aggravate with clove i, lemon peel and
slabs of citron; add two portions of hew
Orleans sugar; then solder on the lid and
set it in a safe place till it petrifies. Serve
cold at breakfast and invite your enemy.
Recipe for German Coffee Take a bar
rel of water and bring it to a boil; rub a
chicory berry against a coffee berry, thon
convey the "former into the water. Con
tinue "the boiling and evaporation until
the intensity of the flavor and aroma of
the coffee and chicory has been diminished
to a proper degree; then set aside to cool.
Now unharness (he remains of a once cow
from the plow, insert them in a hydraulic
press, and when you shall have acquired
n tea-spoonful of that pale blue juice which
a German superstition regards ns milk,
modify the malignity of its strength in a
bucket of tepid water, and ring up tho
breakfast. Mix the beverage in a cold
cup, partake with moderation u ket-p a
wet rng around jTour head to giwcl agairt
British and Amorloan UHllwar SytUmti.
The contrast between tho British and
American systems of railway. is very re
markable. The mileage of tho former is
only 17,096 miles, the latter 86,497. The
cost of the former is $3,5S5,000,000,
double our funded national debt and close
upon the total of the English debt. The
cost of our system in operation to Decem
ber, 31, 1879, is placed by Mr. Poor at
$4,4 16,000,000 on84,232 mi es, or $4,919,
000,000 on the whole system of 86,497
miles. The difference in tho average cost
per mile is very great in Great Britain
$202,000 per mile; in the United States,
$130,00 average per mile. The gross earn
ings, on the other hand, are directly re
versed. The British linep, on 17,696 mile3,
last year took in $308,000,000. The lines
of the United States, o:i 84,232 miles in
full operation last year, took in $529,000,
000. Tho proportion of passengers to
freight on tho former " greater than in
this country, 'though only 42 per cent of
tho whole earnings. The operating ex
penses in Great Britain averago 52 per
cent; in tho United foftfees, 56.40 per cent.
STANDS TODAY WITHOUT A RIVAL IN THE WORLD.
For thn mi roof nil kinds of Aauc and Chills it has
iionnun.lt luivlncr stood tho test of universal usn for Ihirlu venra lit the most mnlnrinl dist.rlnt.i.
It never falls lo euro, not merely removing for a timo tho symptoms but eradicating tho cause of
tho disfouse, thereby making a permanent euro. VTMfJE (VNXiY & CENTS
manufactured hy Tho Ir. Hartcr Jf cdlclno Co., if . Sll Mfnln Street, St. Mollis.
Kcv.F.rTAcrcnMnrEn.Stipt. German Protestant Orphans' r ome.f t. hfttlOB Rock Road, St Loufa
Co., writing .April 30th, 1877, says: " Dr. JTarter' 3 Fever ant Ague Sitcific is a positive euro for
Chills and Fever; has novcr failed with us."
Mr.JNO. C.Wnujoiwof Koysport, 111., says: "I cured n Utlo jlil of At?uo of thrco years
standing, with Dr. llartcfs Fever and Ague Specific, after tho I tt phyJiaaus failed to hcnllt her."
Dr. "XouNOBMxm of Llttlo York, Mo., says : "J. havouscd Dr. llarltfa Fever and Ague Specific
my practice, ana cau neartuy recommend it to tuo public
rtflS, it UillU'tlMUl & (J
w &ilVJrl!Si? "OHHTrTES fft l"t D
a i LiRi vrvjBi
ltUiYM Mirer iiioinii-piwu color tho your round. The-largest luteor i uycro rorommenu its use
i sou nyruuiio i
r Tir-iin Biy IT LS PERFECT.
mi V. .tlry 1 a'r. .Ak vourdrupKhtormorchut 1
sit, where to rc t It. WI'LLS, RICHARDSON A:
t t'rurtti Tie Awarded the Inter
W. ATUpriClflrPt IllirilllKiun. i
J OTES ALL DISEASES OF fRjJm
J KIDMEYS STOMACH AH nMSSj
jiLvg ST.LOU3S AMP KANSAS CITV J Effj
Tiicisc Bitters arc mot axa intoxicating; "tocveirajfe, tiufc &
Medicine of reaJ merit, aaarl plcasaa&t to tlic tatftc.
Vo 7c hif all Drtifffi&ls. Price. $1.00 per Bottle.
WHOLESALE JEWE L & Y7
Watches, Clocks, Flated Ware, Tools, Materials,
. IS'lTOirfiTTIIINO MENDED BY COUNTRY WATCIUf AKEIltt.
,: xMs&BKlB. jj. hersiifield, LcavGiiworlli. Kansas
nt ('nrds no 2 nllko, with namo 10 ctfl. or '20
lromo onnla liio.O IMIavknh Summlt.N Y
H iH iflj Jnl lH DPBk B
l I Ksv-'Wc-ffrt
KIDNEY AND LIVER MEDICINE
HUNT'S lllSItlKDY linn H.nvcd from llncc
ini? disease nnd death hundrodrt who liavu bee
given uj) ly plivsiciniifl to die.
HINT'S KJiMIODY ouuH all DIsonHPH
of tho KiriiifyH. lJluihlor, Urinary OiaiiH.
Dropsy, G'ravcl, J)labcteK, and lnconti
jiouce and Retention of Urine.
HUNT'S ltl-IJIEDV encourafjeh Bleep, ercntcn
nn nppcttte, braceH up thowyfttcm, and renewed
hcnl'li i the result.
HUNT'S IllIlCDY ciiri-B Pain In (lio
Slclo, Hack, or loins, Cl'mnil Debility,
F.niiiilo DiheuRes, JiHtnrbc(l Sleep, Loss
of lppetito, Urilit'H DioeaRe, and all
Complaints rf ll'e Urino-fJenltal OrunH.
UVNT'S ti-:.llKIiY (piltkly induce tho
T-lvor to healthy action, rcinoin tho cniiKCrt
that produce 15 11 ions Ileaduclie, DynjiepHla,
SonrStomaob, CostivenuHK, 1'ileH, te.
Bv the ue of HUNT'S HKIM1CDY tho
K , r.C7
sJf JZrft'l ftCr&irp G- I(Ct;
I ' KiiHAS CITY. MO
n ?s-JsV . ii r,-u rciv'V
Stuinnrlt and IIowpIh will hpecdily regain their
II UNT'S ItEIW KDY ih pun I v vegetable, and
fltrcnRth.and the lllood will be pcrii-c-tly puriiled.
meets a want never before furnished to the pub-
lie, and the utmost nllaiue may be placed in it.
HUNT'S llKItTHDYlH prepared exprefiH
ly for the abovb dlheaneH, and lias never
been known to fail.
One trial will eonvlnro you. For Salo
by all DriifjijiMK. Hi nd h r l'ninphlet to
AYM. K. ILAHKi:, Providence, K. I.
Prii" h, 7. centi, and $1 '23 (largo blzc).
" PERRY DAVIS'
Evory Morchaat, Farmor, Minor, Mechanic, and
Ilousokoonor bbould koop n bottle alvraya noar at
hand, for intarnal ar:d oxtornal uboh.
FOR BOWEL COMPLAINTS,
It la a romody unsurpassod for efficacy and rapidity
FOR BRUISES, CUTS, AND BURNS,
(t Is unequated as a liniment.
FOR RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA,
It has boen nr?vod by the mort abundant and con
riuciaff m&lbramy to bo an invaiuablo rmwllclne.
,jU..-.l. Jt(AXh. i. Jl .w. 4U 'W-w
ACTS DIRECTLY ON THE KIDNEYS,
itladdor, ItowelK and Urinary OrpiHH,
I5y forci w Into the Hyntem llnoush the pores ol
the wkin, powerful nnd healtnlnl M-irctaijlu touicH
and diunticH, and absorbing Iroin it vU4j bunion
andcNery trace of (ll-enne, t;iiiii?U womloilu)
power to immi'diati ly relleM1 and pcrinauuntlv
cure Iiiflnmiiuilion and ltribt'.s Disniiho o'f
tho KidmnH, I)hibel,IropM3', ItlieniiiutUm.
ConistipatifMi ol' tho Howe: uturrh oftlie
Hlit'liter, Inability to r tain tir -xjfI Ifit:
Urine, Stono in tho Iliaii.r, II i(h Coloriwi.
Siviiity or i'ainlnl UrhirW ih, t nulls iu th
Utliiu, J'AIN IN THIS HACK, s i!m or J.ln.,
NorvoiiM Debility , I'V.nif! W itnoav. AriLAlU,
fart nil (UseaHCH of thene great ortm. , T.errijr
.ontractcd ovur work, e.ceHivu drink, the aluiw.
of nature or otherwise. It MipcrccdeH entirely
thu ineonvenieneeH and trouhlcH of takln'naUr"
oils and hurtful internal medicine. It it the only
dlhuolverof the poiHonous Uric Arid which fornix
in the Kidneyn and exlHts in the blood of Rhcit
inati juitieiitH. It ih worn exactly wliere needed,
next to the body and over the kidneya. It in com
tollable, andean bo lined at all heasou-, in nuy
climate, ond 1h equally good for Jllim, oiiiho
and Child, It Ih Hiife, pleacant aijd reliable in he
ellectw, yet powerful in its action. lut unldu youi
prejudlcefi, learp, doubtH and HUHpieiotiB. Give it
a trial and become convinced that it is no decep
tion, but a medicated appliance of great value,
iflVctlng all that Ib claimed and nothing leas, tun
ing hundiedfl of dollars, ami Hecuring to every
hiUb-ier, a sound body ami f""l'eet health. Thouu
riuIh ar" dally addin, tU'dr Ufr-ilmony to tho cura
tive powers of thin great remedy, who have been
restored to health after all other treatment!) nnd
remedies had Jailed. Why Tormouied with
Jtaekaoho? Auk vour druggist for it, and accent
no imitation or Htiliitute. if he has not got it,
eontl to us and rectivo It by retu.n mail.
DnHcmiTivK 1'iin r List Iteguhir l'ad, S2.00:
Special I'ad, for Chron1 deep muted, oi rattened
long Htandin;:, ?:ndi; reunion h i'ad, icr flummur
complaint, settle kiitucyd iinu ikiq wotuug, si.&u.
Our book, "How u Life was Saved," containing.,
a history or thid great diacovory, mulled. fr
Wrlto for it.
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