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There is something about a hamnook
that is indescribable, and there is no
rule that can be made that will insure
safety while sitting in one of the queer
things. There are people who believe
that a hammock understands what is go
ing on, and occasionally indulges in a
joke. It is certain that an old per
son with a lame back can swing in a
hammock half the dayand *it will. never
kick up. Servant girls and children can
get into a haminook an tick as three in
a bed, and there Is no danger, but let a
spoony young couple sit dow4 in a ham
mock ever so carefully and it seems as
though the confounded thing was alive,
and had taken a oontract to spill them
out on the ground in all sorts of embar
rassing shapes. What it is that causes
the commotion will perhaps never be
known, without an investigation by
some middle-aged person, and, if the
season was not so near over, we would
investigate the blasted thing ourself,
in the interest of our young readers
who are in the full flush of
hammockhood. There can be noth
ing much more annoying to a young
couple than to be sitting side by side or
facing each other, in a hammock, look
ing into each other's eyes, and allowing
the love they dare not speak to show
itself in those orbs, and just as they are
feeling as though they couldn't live a
minute unless they clasped each other to
each other's heaving bosoms, or at least
one heaving bosom and one boiled shirt,
and then have the hammock turn bot
tom side up and land thom on the back
of their necks, on the ground, with logs
pointed toward 'the crab apples on the
trees to which the hammock is hitched,
arims flinging wildly to pull down panta
loons legs, and hands convulsivoly claw
ing gravel, and muslin and delaine, while
blushes suffuse faces that but a moment
before were background for the picturo
of love's young dream, and a or wd of
spectators on the hotel veranda laugh
ing and saying, "set 'ei up again,"
the hammock shal-es itself and turns
right side up for other victims, as
though it knew what it had been doing,
and enjoyed it. There are young men
all over the land who have been through
such experiences, and had to walk back
ward all the way to the house, owing to
fissure veins being discovered in the
wearing apparel below the suspenders,
while the number of girls that have been
mortified by having to go to the house
with their hack hair in one hand, their
skirts in the other, while six places be
tween the polonaise and the car-rings
wero aching like the toothache irom con
tact with the gravel path, are legion,
and we call upoi the authorities to sup
press the hammock as a nuisance. More
Matches have been broken up by ham
mocks than by all the Banday schools in
the world, and no girl who is bow
legged, or has an ankle like a rutabaga,
should ever trust herself in a hammock,
even though it is held by halt a dozeu
friends, as the hammock will shy at a
piece of paper as quick as a skittish
horse, and in such a momer.t as ye think
not you are on all fours, your head
dizzy, and if there is a hole in your
stocking as small as the old miser'sa
heart, it will look to outsiders as
big as the gate to a fair ground. 0,
a hammock is worse than a bicycle.
The Use of Pain.
The power which rules the universe,
this great, tender power, uses pain as a,
signal of danger. Just, generous, beau
tiful nature never strikes a foul blow ;
never attacks us behind our backs; nev
er digs pitfalls or lays anmbuscades;
never wears a smile upon her face when
there is vengeance in her heart. Pa
tiently 'he teaches us her laws, plainly
she writes her warnin ,tenderly she
graduates their fore ~ng before the
fierce, red, danger light of pain is flashed
she pleads with us--as though for her
own sake, not ours--to be merciful to
ourselves and to each other. She makes
the overworked brain to wander from the
subject of its labors. She turns the over
indulged body against the delights of
yesterday. 'ihis is her caution signal,
"Go slow." She stands in the filthy
courts and alleys that we pass daily, and
beckons us to enter and realize with our
senses what we allow to exist izfthe
midst of the culture of which we brag.
And what do we do ourselves? We
ply whip and sput on the jaded brain as
though it were a 'ibing horse-force it
back into the roa which leads to mad
ness, and go on full gallop. We drug
the rebellious body with stimulants, we
hide the original and think we have es
caped the danger, and are vtry festive
before night. We turn aside, as the
Pharisee did of old, and p ass on the oth
er side with our hand kerchief to our
nose. At last, having broken nature's
laws suid disregarded her warnings, forth
she comies-drumns beating, colors fl ying
-right in front I to punish us. Thlen
we go do~wn on our knees and whimper
about it having pleased God Almightyr
to send this affliction upon us, and we
pray JIim to work a miracle in order to
reverse the natural consequences of our
disobedience, or save us from the trouble
of doing our duty. In other words, we
p)ut our fingers in the fire and pray it
'will not hurt.
The largest deposits of anthracite coal
in the world aro m Pennsylvania.
The greatest river in the world is the
Mississippi, which is 4,100 miles long.
T'he largest hake in the world is Lake
.Superior, being 480miles long and 1,000
The largest valley in the world is the
Valley of the Mississippi. It contains
500,000 square miles.
The greatest cave in the world is the
Mammoth cave in Kentucky, which
conitains anavigable lake abounding in
The greatest mass of solid iron in the
world is the ~at Iron mountain in Mis
souri. It is 50K feet high and two miles
The greatest cataract in the world is
the Falls of Niagara, which plunges over
the rocks in two columns to the depth
of 170 feet each.
The greatest nsaural bridge in the
world is the natural bridge over Cedar
creek in Virginia. It extends across a
chasm eighty feet in width and 250 feet
in depth. _______
Wnxxv other. are suffering, drop a word of
kindnes. and sympathy. If they are suffering
from a Oold, give them Dr. Bulls' Oough Syr
up; a few do.e. of this valuable remedy will
aftord instant relief, and a twenty-4ve cent bet
The Queen and the Poor Peasant.
The accident of 'royal notice and pat
ronage has often lifted worthy persons
and families of humble birth into refine
ment and places of distiniction. An al
venture pointing to such a result is re
lated in this recent story of the Queon
It appears that, as she was drivig to
the royal wood of Licalo the coachman
mistook the road, and one of the gentle
men asked a'countryman the 'way. Tle
man, see'irg the fine carriage and horses,
and the servants' livery, tnd all the gay
coznpany, thouiht he was being fooled.
"As if youdildnot know 1" he said, with
a big grin. The Queen laughed, and
assured him that they were lost. Then
only did the countryman condescend to
point out the way, after which he walked
off as i! fearing to be laughed at again.
" Give him 20 francs for his trouble,"
said, the Queen to one of her escort, who,
going after the countryman, sail to him:
" Here, my man, is a little present from
the Queen of Italy, who thanks you."
" The Queen I" cried the countryman,
returning to the carriage. "Forgive
me that I did not know thee. But I had
never seeu thee before. Thou art as
beautiful as a May roso. God bless
then." And the carriage drove off.
Now the countryman, who had once
seen the Queen, wanted to see her pretty
face again, and the following day he
presented himself at the palace.
" I know her, you know," he added,
mysteriously. " I spoke to her yester
day, and I want to spmak to her again."
.'hinking he had to do with a madillal,
the porter waus about to have the poor
fellow arrested, when the very gentleman
who had given him the 20 franes ap
peared, and, recognizing the mai, told
him to wait. He informed the Queen of
his presencc. "Bring liiiii here, by all
means," was her answer.
When the man was, for the second
time, before the Queen, he said : "Yes,
'tis thou. I thought I had seen a fairy.
Thou art just an angel. I did not tell
thee yesterday that I had two little ones
withiout a mother. Wilt thou be their
"That I will," said the Queen.
"Then there's the 20 francs thou
gavest ino yesterday. I tlnuik thee, but
I want t money." . And hoe went away,
crying and smiling lilo a child.
The Queen has adoped1 th two little
Ones, ilid they are ") nn insditutiell Un
der her special pat ronLge.
To murnovl. bolts that have been
rusted in, without brlak ing th nm, thai
most effeetive remedy that we know of
is the lit ral application of Ietrolemii.
It i arely faiils to acc)iplish the work.
Care must bc takenr that tihe petrolelii
shAll reach the rusty' parts, and soie
time must bie allowed1 to give it ai chance
to penetrate betwa'ith and soft en the laver
of rust, before the attempt to renmov.
the bolt is made.
AN ei-coinsul of Great Britain, says the
Brooklyn Eayle, related that Mr. Chaas.
I'owneend, Sedalia, Mo., was cured of
rheumatism of the worst kind by St.
Jacobs Oil.-Judian'apolis (Ind.) Sen
Shortly after the war a battalion of
the Second dragoons was ordered to
Fort Laramie, and there Lieutenant
Brockhurst Livingston, of the well.
known New York family, sawv andl loved
the favorite daughter of the old Sioux
chief, Spotted Tail, and found his }ras
sion reciprocated. The young officer
took her to his house, at d she b~ore him
a son, but Livingston's health failed
and he was ordered to Europe, where he
died. The Sioux girl died of a broken
heart in 1868, after learning of his deat h
and Wvas carried to Fort Laramie b~y her
father and there buried. Her gra've is
still annually decorated with flowers by
the soldiers. The mother of the young
officer has sought to flud andi educaite his
man, but the Sioux, either because they
have lost sight'of him or b~ecause the'y
wish to keep him, give no trace of his
whereabout&.-Laramiej Ci/q Boomeranfi.
T an Ottawa (Kan.) Reptdblkcan thnja
quotes: Mr. Harvey B.'F. Keller, re
corder of deeds, Bays: I have long
been convinced" of the merit8 of St. Ja
cobs Oil, and use .it in -my family for
Phiona who. are il the habit of muti
lating coins will be interested in learu
ing that by an order from hecadqjuarte.rs
silver coins having holes in them, or
othierwvise mutilated, have been given the
followinig values at the postotier*S
throughout the country: One dolhar r's
worth seventy-five cents; fifty-cent
pieces, ,thirty-five cents; twenty-Qve
cent pieces, fifteen cents; ten-cent
pieces, five cents. Five-cent pieces and
three-cent pieces will not be taken at
"Don't know half' their Value."
They cured mie of Agnxe, Bilionisuess anid
Kidney Complaint, as recomtinejdedl.
had a half bottle left which I used ior my
two litlde girls, who the dioctors anid neigh
bors said couldi not be eu! e:1. I u ould( have
lost both of themn one i Lht if I had not
given them Hopi Bitters. rThey (did themr so
much good I continued their use untIil (hey
were cured. Tha't is why I finy that you <l1h
not know half the value of Hop IDit ers and
do not rccomnmeind themi high enioughi."...B.,
Rtochester, N. Y. See other colutmn,. - A mer'
lein Rurdi Home.
IN A MS~calerdar of the time of
Henry VI. is one vellum page, filled
with a list of unlucky days upon which
it would be "perilous to take any sick
ness, or to be hurt in, or to be wedded
in, or take any journey upon or begin
any work on, th i t 'ewould( well speed."
A WIse Deacon.
"Deacon 'Wilder, I want you to tell me1
how you k -pt yourself a'nd futmily w 11 the
past season when all thue rest of uns have
been sick so much, andt have had the dioc
hors visiting us so often?"
"Bro. Ta y lr. the answer is very emoy.
iFed Flop Bitt ers in time; kept my family
snell and saved the doctor bills5. Three do(1.
Ilars worth of it kept us a e'l and1 able to work
di the tune I'l. wa~rrant it has cost you
md the neighbors one to two hiundred (lot,
tars apiece to keep sick thme same time."
"Deacon, I'tl uw your me f ielue, hereafter."
IN (Germany the man who gets but
three hours sleep per night is supposed
to be a statesman overworked. T~1hey
never reflect that his wife migi'.t h ave
kept him on the front door step nidt3 3
o'clock in the morrng.
mF YoU sare "mrung poor"4 and all worn Out,
us t takeo idney-Wort. It is what you
Pluck in Death.
(ol. Malleson, in the closing volume
of b[ hiitory of the Indian mutiny,
mtiitzuonly called tho SOpoy muting, m
Vives som curious instances of pluck in av
Aleath. Brigadier Horsford, he states, 41
" luad driven a strong rebel force across s;
that, river (the Rapti), and in fording it, h
in pursuit of them, many men of the
Seventh Hussars and the First Panjab r
cavalry had been swept away by the
force of the current, and were lost. si
Anoui.a t was Maj. Home, of the w
BOVCL.-1H1USars. Aftefsointsearch his
body was drawn out of & deep hole, his
hands having a fast grip on two of the
rel)elS, while the bodies of two troopers
who perished with him were found, each
with his hands clutching a rebel sowar."
This was an exhibition of thi ruling pas
I sion strong in death, and engaged in do
ing deatlh's work. There is nothing like
fightingr, once men have entered upon it.
Few mncii but are slow to fight, from
choice; but when they enter upon it,
from the pressure of some overpowering
necessity, there is no thing they are in
oapable of doing in it s course.
Tr is said that a large pioportion of
boiler makers are deaf, which seems to
be due to tWe rupture or deadening of
the tyinpanuim, in consequence of the
repated shock to which it io subjected
by the sound of hammering on iro ..
plates duinig the years of srvice.
Froi tie 10th of October. 1881, to
the 1,t of July, 1882, genuine ROCK
SPRINu WATER will be supplied to cus
tomler. by hEis & Co., of Bailey Springs, a
A ia., at. the following rates:
TfenI gallons in anti-corrosive can. .$5.00 t
Samne can refilled at ............4.00
Five gallons in anti-corrosive can.. 3 25
Same can refilled at.............. 2.50 t
Nine gallons in glass bottles.... . 7.50
Reasiynable freight and express rates
are given by all railroads. This water
has been kniwn for nearly fifty years
aq it sure cure f >r Dvspeps4a, asitre cure
for diseases of the Kidney and Bladder,
a sure cure for all curable cases ol
Dropsy, a sure cure for Scrofulous cases
of the l', mes or Skn, and a certain de
stroyer of the terrible thirst for intoxi
cating drink th it overcomes so niany
worthy resoluti:mns. Deprive it drunk
ardl of his -dram for three days anid
meanwhile give hin plenty of Rock
Spriig Water, and he won't want the
whisv. Don't you think it's worti.
trying? If you do, drop a postal to
Ellis & Co. It will cast only a cent.
SrrrING BULL says he has killed twen
ty-seven Indians with his own hands.
How the United States army must envy
Fon dyspepsin, indigestion, depression of
spinits andh generarl debility in thetir viari' n:
formas, als. n.4 a. preventtivo against feve~r anad
nlgno ad othear int ezritf'-nt fevers, thea Fa-:nno
byv Caaswell, Haz''ard & Co., Now York. anad sold
by aill (druiggsts, is thIe best tonie ; an md for pa
tients recoveimg from fever or other sickness
it hasi 1no equal.
Fites am4 meogattoes
15o. box ' Bough on Rate" kepsa house free l
trom Ales, bed-bugs, roaches. rals is &o
nIow'r NIECUR~E IE 6L~TH.
P is str1. ' ~an y J n) w1I11NillA .ir- froon A ran h rnentV
sl I l ' twill rat tr h:atlh tu the phi a l ei n - ~ tin
iI i , I'I'a r .ang thenbl: *yu plancant to eta ,iat h,- 1.: -r
. I hibio dlisredelr", wet~azees of thea K uune.~ Erv'ip
pits' a!o !isease4d of the Illood, Livera, hid
For ' nritt, 'i'l. Cr s s. a' s-ath an al
of her.' nlecI of Nthe~ '(''a-ae rdt UN(M, ild
cent. nre pernne iM~uiinntly enu, hrete etos
at rirl o n le ih h r sn c e i a r oh ri -
gI ent tonar te yungor ld
ASA XPCOAN THA OEQ_.
CININA Tr o
orf'u~u Englad.E. Liteatu. IP urstg aal
1thmr nhtot',a. t the Inmoa oad NUNo ,I ceande
aa naal~ onl ta.00 ,ybountd. alforoal a ... N
pAroacATAN BOK 00a a 1pew. o4tha tfY N1's." er.,
cet. nc f'oTte Al anrd henes tteon agent
stritlyetatt Out~ fvi, hre . Adricao ohssI
J.N .RU .,kas Proprieors,....
We admire tephilosop1.ty of, (the unfortunatte
ill, 'who, whetti everything 1I beeni swept
-ay, saiI, " Well, t Iere'll be weatier antd taxes
. at any rate." .\Ias! weather is the " vellow
Ig" of all subjects; everyone thinks *it his
ecial right to try to bettel' hto weither, andl
iris his nitheinias against " Olri Probabilitles,"
Id ill wolm entie1tvina t4 atsihmst i ill regulating
e weather. The Io!.m. lig conmunication is
,)il Prt'. Tiee, of St. I Ails, 'Mo., the renowned
tteorologist anil w-tther prophet of the West.
does .iot discus the woather but something'
relY of morie npottmne tQ thtwe w o siil'er
Ith h1t patinll% iii;'id mUhv he sjivuea of: . The
ty afler concludhilg ii, lectures at Burlingtoii
nwa, on the 218t of Deccm-r last I was seized
'ith a smiden attack of neuralgia in the chest,
lying me excruciating pain and almost prevent
ig breathing. My plilse, usually 80, fell to 25;
itense nausea of the stomneh succeeded, and a
Ald, clammy sweat covered mny antire body.
he attending physician could (1o nothing to re
eve me. After suffering for three hours. I
lought-as I hald been using TS. JACOr-S Oi, with
Dod effect for rheunatic paiis--I woull try it.
saturatedi a piece of flannel, large enough to
:vcr my chest, with the Oil, and applied it. The
Alief wa-s almost insthint-aneois. in oile hour I
,as entirely free from pain, and would have
tken the train to fill an appointment thiitt night
Vi. neighboring town hadl iny frienls not dis
tadedi me. As it was. I took the night train for my
ome, iu St. Louis, and have not beei truublkca
a reimibursed in gre-at mea .su re, toth
'oubled with weak kidneyvs, byV a jhi
se of H~ostetter's Stomtaei ittr -,u bie
ie urtinariy orga iw. Ini((i jointtin w~a %it
ta influence upbou them, it coIrrects :u-id:
rnproves appe1)ti e, mal( is in e'very o r V((.
ucivei to he altht at nd nerve rei pos -. A~i n~ h<
markedl quality is its contI 1rol (EverI leve-r itn
gue, and it~s p~ >wer ol' pres ent ing i . F
rle by all Dreg rist~s ande D~ealers s em an
CONuSUMP110N CAN LIE COIIEDI
H A ILL'S
"" VN'Ot O- DI Irnh e io bt1 les, i i roIt ItAhitt.
Ion 3 ruon e1m A wi h111 mn. Cr n , It-i. I is .gn,
csethi. .tndl nil DIane.t.,!' of the lit tathim.
litaut. It a(nothle-s *e-t.i htenis ti a e a-iemht-n n
pthehu ,iit~tmed t'( iIh'tnl- 5byI re lf.
tta 1e,( taesu lro emu Ehabo t o~r tw ar'o ;un
*u Ibt:neuI n- rena Ihe n ht t EIcE-ti m'.'o a .il.
.lU4 Om fss tin is nt) i". ineeni-in
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.AYT~kTQ Aevolvers, e(alegu.ge
Ores WeM 6aa Wert. Ptteaure.,. r,
5 to $20 **** ta~m. sap~ orta Msoe
~ . Addres 8-rtu~nao & C., PorladMsin
0TS ba ldag
SVI4IORA eib '(it anmwere tt e h"bt~
& w tjia NkM
The good and staunch ol
ptand-by, M EXI0CAN M UM
TANO LINIMENT, has dlone
more to assuage pain, relieve
suffering, and save the lives of
men and beasts than all Other'
liniments put together. Why?
trates through skin and flesh
to the very bone, drivinig out
all pain and soreness and
morbid secretions, and restor
ing the afflicted part to sounid
and supple hath.
)UN MENfour monthslb and be cetanf
>n, addreoa VALENTINE bRS., Jansenl iwa
2 Fa rte AD for N8o fo 90c.
A~r i~rea,... ca. M e~e...
WONDERU of lb Worl. Ver yflne ad it~ unA
1ve Alibnmn Cards, 6 is. o5 ofher se e, Aii nr t).
ul1-y colored,9icents. Stami tAken. A drene
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ARS. LYDIA L. FINKIAM, OF LYNN, MAS.,
Is a Positive Cure
for all thoso PaitVul Compinoluts and Weaknesses
so common to oir best femule population.
It will cure entirely tho wcrt form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian t roublev, Inflatntuation and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacemonts, and the consequent
lipinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to the
Change of fife.
It v:,' dlas.elvo nnd expel tumors from thi uterus In
an early titif;e if (c.vrlopxment. The tendencyto can
cerous huma i vt hoLr? Is cebcked very rpoedily by Its use.
It removcs faintness, flatulency, destroysall craving
for sttimlants, and relievcs wehness of the stomach.
It cures Blasting, Headache, Nervous Irostration,
General Deblit*, Sleeplessness, Dopression and Indi
That fecling of hearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, li always permanently cured 1:y its use.
It will at nil times al under all cirvuistuneoa act in
harmony with the laws that rovern the fenalo sys#tu.
For the curo of Ji-noj Complaintt of either sex this
Compound Is unsurparscd.
LYDIA E. INlKIIAM'' TEGETA11LE 4OM
POUND is prepared at 233 and 2n Western.Avenu,
Lynn, Mass. Price 01. Six bottles for $r. Rent byi a l
inthe form of pill, also intho form of lozengce-, o'
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. M:r. 1iult ic.z.
freely answors all letein of iiiuh-y. Rend for 1imanpb
let. Address as above. Mention Chia Tapwr.
No family chould be without LYDIA . I'1NE 11MI'
LIVER P'ILLF. They curo coutipation, Lilioxnes,
and torpidity of the liver. 25 cent-1 lr box.
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WW" KOVXTAIIN and lInt SIROX..
of the Battle, Oct. 7, 1780, and the evenotW
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published ready for delivery. T uor,
LWi= 0. Daasa, LL. D. has spent 40 years in -
fmaterals for tsl work, which abounds In stir -
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uto ld A youn. The dcendents (o ouch mnen nm
na eil, a I SoWer Clevelanid, lAsey, W1li.s,
Hm bht, Moeli, Winston, Hammond. an thir
ofore, now living by the thonsnd= throughQIt Ie
South, will welcome is nent rcord o t
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with s&*ea @teel po to of tMe Bo0oe. and niuiorwis
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Pomtage stanips Issued in 1861-'65 by the Postmastare
O' %iioii r4ontlierii cities (Pe4-tersburg, Ncw Orleans,
Knoxville, Jiston Rou Macon, etc.) the npder
4igied will pay a very high cash price for either used
or unuwised taipS, r01 one or more lpecImenls of
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(f t i late war and it you look over your old let
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It you find anv canceled stamt always leave them
the ori inal eivelopeou, an addresa all communi
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