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The Man with the Umbrella.
Why it is that the public do not look
kindly upon a man carrying an umbrella
in ia hot dany is a mystery to be solved,
but the fact is they do not, and that not
Ou man in a hundred has the moral
courage to carry one. Yesterday, when
an eminient and dignified citizen, coming
back from his dinner, turned into Gris
wold street with an umbrella over his
head lie was accosted with
"Been raining down your way ?"
No, sir I "
"Going to ?"
"No, sir I "
"Then you carry the umbrella to keep
the flies of'?"
" Yes, sir."
" Well, that's a good plan, and all
soft men ought to practice it."
The next man had a grin on his face
as he called out :
" What's that for?"
" To keep the sun off."
" What do you want to keep the sun
oil, for ? "
" Mlight got sunstruck."
" Suppose you did ? "
" Suppose you mind your own busi
Thle next one presumed upon his long
friendshi) to halt the man with the um
brella and whisper :
"Pretty sliarp) in you, old fellow
kop the edges toward your creditors
tn1d they can't Boo you.
Other men told him that wearing a
poultice ()in tho head -t)uld dispenIse
with the umlbrella, and othierti said if he
was afraid of his ears being tainned lie
should fLsten a fan on cach side of his
hat. Not one single man took him by
tle hand and eneouraged him, and
-wlen lie reached the postoilico ie was
so diseouaged that lie low'red his shade,
and use-I it to punch the ribs of a boy
wh) had begul to sing
IHfe's a flit, has'm a foi or,
Andl ho- bias an 40h1iiunbrolh.
G Ir-ntfil pa.
The grandpa iz a individaitl, aged
satin whalr, be'taon 50 aiit 100 v ars, of
a proiikions tempetn'ritient, atnitd iz a
(IIIiii(on 0I ccurleniTce in aill vell reguulated
famiilys. Next to a helthy mother-in
law, they liive more akitive bizno-s On
hand thitin eiiiiy other party inl thA hiouisC
hold. Thely ire the standard authority
on all leading topicks, and what they
don't knio ablIout things that took place
sixt.y-lve years ago, or will take p)15c
for the next sixty-five yeai. to eum, iz a
danage for 'iiemiy on1e to kIno. Grandpas
aire not eitir'ely uiseless, thley are handy
to holl Ihabys, and feed the pigs, and
aro ver.y sinua'rt at iending i broken
broom handle, and sifiing coal ashes,
and are gd at putting ilp the lothies
line on washing days. I hav seen grand
a that could churn good, but i kon
r.:dr it a muighty; ma~n trick to sei, tan
old fellow ov eighty years to) churning
won'a't elchun buit ter for iio concern, inot if
i unid.r-ta:iil muys'lf. I amn az solidl on
tis konkal Iusion az a graivea niage. I
am wdhlsug to roik bably aill the time while
the wimmnin folks ar'e blring sope, i am
ui illinig to kut, rays, to work up into rag
kt~ arp ets, they ('nn keep) me hnutinag lhens'
eggs wet days, or p)ickinig greeni cur
rats'o i will evei dip kanadles, or kore
appq l'.s for Sass, or turn a grind stun, but,
bii thidiwer, i won't chnir. I have ex
imine mi' s uuelf on this subject, and( i will
het aL jatk knife, so long az lie remnainus in
lhii right mind, ,Josh Billings won't
('lhm n. Az a general thing granadpa-4 are
at set of konasatited oldl phlools who don't
v''(mi to realIize that wihaut they kno
tthemusi'lfs iz the result of experienuce,
"th. Ithu. younugir peop!e hatv got to git
thi~ ir* kutulldge in the same way. Grand
p is are poor hel~p at briniging~ up chil
ulr 'n. bitt they ha~v got prIecept, and1( kat
elasmt ec1antY, butt the yonnug onies all seem
to unders'itandut thattt grantdp~a minids them
a hetj at mire thtan they mind grandpa.
" lDon't (Cross a Bidge Until You
Comec to it.
There wats once a manut and woman
who p~alanned to spendl~ a day at a friend's
bonse, w hich'l was$ some miles distant
from their own. So, one pleasant morn
ing, they started out to make the visit;
but they had not gone far before the
womtan r(eembered a biridge they had
to r'oss whlich was very 01(1 and unsafe,
atnd slite begani to worr'y about it. " What
shall we do about the bridge ?" she said
to her hnw.hand. "' I shall never dare to
go) ove. it, aind we can't cross the river
anty otherl way." "' Oh," said1 the man.
"I forgot that bridge; it's a bad place.
Suppose it should break through. We
should be drownued." "' Or suppose you
should stepl on a rotten plank sand br'eak
your leg, wh'lat would becomie of mc and
t he baby~ ?'' " I doni't know," said the
matn, "' what would become of any of
uts, for' I 'ouildn't work, and we shiould
Katrve [i death." So they went on wor
rying till t hey got to the bid~ge, when
Jo and behold! since they had b~eeni there
Jast a inew blridge laud been built, anti
they crossed over in safety, and found
they iglht as~ well hatvo staved themn
selves allI their anxiety.
A touchinag story of tender love comes
to us from a towni not many miles from
this pla5ce, but wuhich must be, under the
circumnstanies, niamieless. A beautiful
younag girl became entgaged to a gallant
Union officer. At the close of the war
he went to (California to seek his fortune.
She ignored adl advances from scores of
-suitors and patienutly wauited his return,
feeling conib'lenace in his keeping true to
her. So the years' p~assed, aind even a
few gray haiirs began to show themselves
among h)er lbrown tr(eses, while her
friends no longer pitied, but ridiculed
her for refusing all advances from other
desirable sources. Lately her fidelity
was rewarded. The lover of her girl.
hood has returnted from California,
bronzed, beardeld and1 a millionaire, with
a wife and twins.-Eveninr/ Wisconsina.
A S'r. Lom[s physician says that the
gum exudled firm the linden p~roduaces a
most deadly poison, kniown as "'lindo
line." A cat inoenlated with a needle
dippedI in "'lindoline " dliedl in eighteen
-seconds. The doctor thinks that a pin
scratch touched with it would kill a man
in less time than two minutes. It is an
antidote for morphine poisoning, but
* must be very largely diluted. It is from
the linden that most of our wooden
toothicks are made.
Tuousansi~ of families have had oocasion to
t ry the never failing qualities of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, and they all unit. in the praise
of this wonderful prescri~tloia.
I don't like your chopped music, any
way, says Ohver Wendell ohnme,
That woman-ehe has mnore sense In her
little finger than forty medical societies
-Florence Nightenal-sa that the
music you pour out i good r the -stek
but music you pound out isn't. Not
that exactly, but something like it, I
have been to hear some musio-pound
ming. Itwas a young girl with as many
white muslin founoes round her as the
planet Saturn has rings, who did it.
She gave the music-stool a twirl and
fluffed down on it like a whirl of soap.
suds in a hand-basin. * Then she worked
her wrists and her-hands, to limber 'em,
I suppose, and spread out her finger
till they looked as though they would
pretty much cover tho key-board, froni
the growling end to the squeaky end.
Then those hands of hers made a jum:
at the keys as if they were a couple o1
tigers coming down on a flock of blacl
and white sheep and the piano gave 1
great growl as if its tail had been trod
on. Dead stop-so till you hear youi
hair growling. Then another jump and
another howl, as if the piano had twC
tails, and you had trod on both of 'em Ml
onjce, and then a grand clatter and a
scranblo, and strings of jumps, up and
(lowi, back and forth, one hand over the
other, like a stampede of rats and mice,
more than like anything I call music. ]
like to hear a woman sing, and I like t<
hear a fiddle sing, but the noises they
hammer out of their wood and ivory an.
vils-don't talk to me, I know the differ,
ence between a bullfrog and a wood
Tim New York Clipper lately cited thi
case of Caltain Jacob Schmidt., of Tomp
kinsville, Staten Island, N. Y., who hai
been a great sufferer with rheumatian
for many years. He used St. Jacobi
Oil witi splendid success.
Respecting the removal of the Ut4
Indians, occurring some time ago, th4
Solid Muldoon, published on the fron
tier, says :
"Now, laying aside all animosity, wi
ask, is there to-d ay, upon the frontier a
human heart that does not throb wit
synil)athy for those untutored bein s
'bike the lesson home to yourself. Thin)
of your being forced from scenes ani
)ossessions that are rendered near an
dear by childhood's happy recollections,
Think of having to leave forever thost
dear ones who are laid away to await the
reui rrection morn, and leaving them
with a knowledge that ore your foot
prints have been obliterated by the
(lews of heaven, the plow of the pale,
face will have leveled the little moundi
and completed the work'of desolation.
r les it's rough."
FnoM the Atlantic (Ga.) Sunday Phon
or/raphL :Tho editor of the Pikel
Couinty New'.q has been cured of rheuma
tismn by St. Jocobs Oil.
TmmT~e is a class of peculiar people w4
somectimies ob~serve at places of publi
resort who end~eavor by various means t
make themselves remarkably conspicu
Ous, it may be0 in dress, conversation, o
genaerail behavior. At a cattle show hel4
ini one of our country towns a countr
bumpkin, who for some time had beei
disturbing the company with his loud
remarks, at last b~roke forth :" Priz<
(eattle, inideed ! Call these 'ce priz
'at tle ? Why they ain't nothing to whma
our folks ralised. You mayn't think it
b~ut my father rnised the biggest calf o
an v muan ronid our pairts." "' Oh," ex
clannmed a bystandecr, "' we have no doub
"Don't know half their Value."
They cured me of Ague, Biliousness ani
Kidney Complaint, as recommended.
hasd a half bottle left which I used for m
two little girls, who the doctors and neigt
bo(r8 sidt could not be cured. I would hav
lost both of them one night if I had ne
given them Hop Bitters. They did them s
much good I cont'imed their use until the
were curedl. ThatTh why I say that you d
not know half the value of H1op Bitters an
(10 not recommnendl them high enough."---B
Roc hester, N. Y. See other column.-.- Amel
iorn Rural llomue.
What Some Women Could Do.
There are women to-day in San Fran.
cisco, says the Chronicle of that city
subsisting on scanty crusts in blind ald
leys who could ste p into the empty man
sions of our new millionaires and arranga
the appointments of room after room o!
the entire house with an artistic sense
and individuality of taste which wouli
put to the blush the first upholsterer o:
the city. The day is not far distani
when this will become a distinct calling
for women. The originality of concen.
tion and design manifested by womer
wherever their artistic powers are ad.
lowed a chance for development will
lead to many new paths for industriomu
A Wise Deacon.
"Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell me
howv you kept yourself and family well the
p) ast season when all the rest of us hav4
been sick so much, and have had the doe
tors visiting us so often?"
"Bro. Taylor. the answer is very easy.]
used Hop Bitters in time; kept my faimil'
well and saved the doctor bills. Three dol
lars worth of it kept us well andl able to worl
all the time. I'll warrant it has cost yoi
and the neighbor. one to two hundred dol
lars apiece to keep sick the same tim e."
"Deacon, I'll use your me~hicine hereafter.
One Way of Doing It.
If we may believe the Rastroad Ga
cette, they h avo queecr ways in Switzer
land in regard to dividends. Thai
journal remarks : If the method which
the United States railways have adopted
for paying dividends be objected to a
entirel foreign to all cash methods for
doing business, it really can not raise a
sch1leni fear that the companies will
soon exhaust their ability to pay. Pro
ferred shareholders get their regular
3 per cent, in cash, but the holders
of original shares are compensated in a
much less commonplace manner. When
the general meetings are annually held
it is calmly decreed that they be allowed
to travel for three full days through the
Cantons of Zurich, St. Gall and Grisons,
at the expense of nobody except the
roads, these free rides to be accepted s
dividends. Much is made of this priv
ilege by the helpless shareholders, for
whole crowds of them turn out for the
FArrn must be beeked up by works.
faith to trn mane--Waor ai .w doth wf
Tua latest adulterant of Swism cheese
is to of Potatd statch and is now
con ebly 1tsed in France, where
oleo e originated. As starch
and oil on to he clas of non-nitro
genous it in claimed the one may
be stibetitti fo the other without
detriment to the nutritive element of the
cheese or in any way affecting its di
From the 10th of October. 1841, to
the 1st of July, 1882, genuine ROoK
SPRING WATER will be supplied te cus
tomers by Ellis & Co., of Bailey Springs,
Ala., at the followirig rates:
Ten gallons in anti-corrosive can.. $5.00
Same caft refilled at....... ........ 4.00
Vivb gallons in anti-corrosive can.. 8.25
Same can refilled at............. 2.50
Nine gallons in glass bottles ..... 7.50
Reasonable freight and express rates
are iven by all railroads. fhis water
has n known for nearly flity years
as a sure cure for Dyspepsia, a sure cure
for diseases of the Kidney and Bladder,
a sure cure for all cturable cases of
Dropsy, a sure cure for Scrofulous cases
of the Bones or Skin, and a certain de
stroyer of the terrible thirst for intoxi
cating drink that overcomes so many
worthy resolutions. Deprive a drunk
ard of his dram for three days and
meanwhile give him plenty of Rock
Spring Water, and he won't want the
whisky. Don't you think it's worth
trying ? If you do, drop a postal to
Ellis & C.. It will cost only a cent.
WHEN You see a fruit-peeling on the
sidewalk, push it off into the gutter ; it
will not take long, and there i no tel.U
ing but that the first person to be dis
abled by it if it remains there may be a
poor man who owes you w.oney.-Phil
To ALLAY all troubles incident to change of
life, Lydia E. Pinkhan's Vegetable Compound
has no eqal.
Wrri the exception of Rufus Choate,
Alexander H. Stephens is said to have
written the longest sentence of any man
.NDIOFrioN, dyspepgra, Dervous prostrauon
and all forms of general debility relieved by
taking Mivdau's PzeToNIzD Bzar ToNIc, the
only preparation of beef containin its entire
nutri tous properties. It contains ood-mak
In force-enerating and life-sustainin prop
ece i invaluablein all enfeebled con itions,
whether the result of exhaustion, nervou4 pros
traton, overwork, or acnte disease, particularly
if resulting from pulmonary complaiit, Cas
well, Hazard & Co., proprietors, New York.
A MonE glorios Victory cannot be
gained over another man than this, that
when the injury began on his pairt,
the kindness should1( begin on ours.
Deo't Die Ia taae oE. toer
~ s it or "Bugh on Bt. teer
estraaroahes, . bed-bug.. 16e.
3 -REir'ETE FROMI DE.aTI!.
3willim .1. Cottghlln, of Somerville, Massa., sna: "Tn
the rail of 18&76 I wvna taken with n'r.:mo or -ruse I7oNOq
followed by a severe c.mgh. T lno4 my nppilto and
- flenh, nndl was confined to miy bhd. In 177 I waq ad.
numitted to t he hiospital. The doctor, sidl I had a hole in
my lung n. big as a half dolr. A t ono I imo a report
wenit nroiud ihnt I we .lh ad I L'e-. up hope, hat a
friend told me of I'lt. WITTIA.\H II~,.'S IIATIAM
FOR TIlE IUNGS. Igot a bottle, when~u, to my anurprise,
i commenced to feel better, aind to-day I fe.el hetter than'
for three yearrn pnet. I wrItn this hop :n 've.ry une nr.
t'.ieted willh Dhneaaed Lung. will task, I>P?. WrI.y.vAM
lI A!.. IIHAL.A M, and be convinced that 'ON~l'M P.
TION CAN BlE CUR ED. can pomitivelyv any it hui dlonn
more goed than all the other medicines~ I have, taken
inee my sikes
rfo 4l. ad .Fam~y *e ant eniraing. 19x24. set
Erhic Engrag repsnt. the Lenge in a healthy state.)
A STANDARD REMD
IN MANY HOMES.
other affeeASonaf he Throi ad LUE ti etand
unrivaled sad uttarly beyond all comupeltton,.
IN CONSUMPTiVE CASES
a prosee so meat a specfice that " Ninetv-fve " per
en . ate permanently enred, where the di'reotions are
strictly comr~he wIth. There Is nochemical or otber in
gredinte o r the young or old.
-AS AN EXPECTORANT IT HAS NO EQUAL..
IT CONTAINS NS OPIUM IN ANY FORM.
J. N. HARRIS & Co., Proprietors,
C ~ cINUessA'r, 0.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGiSTS.
Payne's Automatic Engines.
Reibl, e nBenm d./rKa
bepsere adsm hna
The e1istenace of he
rnen~ oith peo
leofthisoountry issow 1
Ythe Presenttion of a
olossal bronze figure of
dom holding aloft the
li of hettyi eauty,
with use dti eonsi
bined in this Immensd
work of art, as the bright,
blazing torch will serve
the purpoe of a beacon
Mih i h harbor of New
)There is -another
9 1hich ill eha.
lenge larger jdse an d
Iniration than even the
t work above referred
to. It is illustrated here
withaM rnd e the Aged and worthy ST.
JAcoB,hol i ii his hbtid that beaeonwhiclt
wvill guide a~t all sailing tlpon thee Ife;
whose waters abound with the shoals hn All
gerous places of sickness and disease. The light
it casts is designed to show that ST. JACOBS OIL Is
the true and trusteo ieais of keeping the body
on Its proper course, And of easing and "righting
it should It be unfortunately cast ux)tl thasboabi
of rheumatism or other pain ffil allments. Th oiis
ands of grateful ones throughout the world have
proved the valuo and felt the good of this Great
Gerian Iemedy, and are glad to recommend it
to all neediig the services o ust such a remedy.
In this connection r.. ?'t . Iriggs, a well
known citizeri of Omh a, -4-eb., told a inewspaper
man that he was terribly afliptei With altl Iente
attack of Theumatismni in his buck. The disease
which had beepi preying tipon him for tears had
drawtl him oUt of shape. Ile resorted to every
remedy known tophysiei at1, bit foimi ho 1ief
until he tried ST. JAcons OIL, one bottle ofWl16i
effected a complete and radical cure. Another
case may justify reference:
A VRTEkAN SE AMAN'S TROUBLE.
Editor Inter-Ocean Chicqgo, .111:1 eitd Youi this
feeling that the infornation conveyed will be o'
material benefit to many of your readers. One
of our oldest citizens Captain Q. W. Boynton, the
Governinent Light-flouse keeper at this point, is
probably one of the oldest sFethii in merica,
having sailed twenty-six years on salt Water.
After this forty-six years' service his eyesight
failed him and lie kept the Light at Chien go until
the Government built the Gross Point Light here,
when he was transfel-red. While seate-l in my
store this morning the Captain V0ltinteered the
following written statement: " This Is to certify
that I have been afflicted with rheumatism fur
twenty (20) years, both in in yside and limbs. I
ntih happy to say that,after tis hg less thah two bot
tes Of the ST. J ACOIs 01L, I an entirely free from
ain though still limp ing somewhat when walk
ng, rm lon force of labit. C. W. BOYNTON."
Referring to t he foregoing facts I might allude to
nunerous similar cases that i'xave come to ny
notice but "a word to the wi:- I; ;;nflvient."
joliN Goxnxl,, armaculeist, valistoti 111
[s reimbursed in great measure, to those
troubled with weak kidneys, by a judicious
use of Hlostetter's Stomach~l Ritters,. which
invigorates andl stinmulates without exeiting
the urinary organs. In conjunctiont with
its influence up~on them, it corrects acidity,
impr-oves appetite, anud is in every wvay con
cllueive to health and~ nerve repose. Another
marked quality is its control over fever and
*tgue, and its power of preventing it. For
sate byial Druigiists and Dilealers L'enerally.
ened by the strain of - oetlin vr
$thnulftntRa nd use toebannrad
Hop. Pitterd at,,s HpB
discretion ordiapa i;Ionaem
ried or single, old or ong o o
poor health or anuish
wheevr you ree
uwda cieansir g. ton - ies ih
hiloutbaltxwuting, b ieyueo
talte H op Hpitt
Limer rterst ennverm
Yo il etbaneoean
Ityotion ;m- oud arms.
ly Weak andgst. n for
s~ied un- Thsandsde an
Papland d rde is app s by malteI!
o fMA t e TA, CPANd, ' Arrsista
Toes lb hatad ondyeoblet ad r eliabr
lime ho toerform al h aiu dunkenn of li. ,
Yo oapa tou i l- beat auana e onfl oinm,
if ~ yof e si- d ratem o bgdrug,
rise an NVwamzER Gelar.", '*.
it2iTt5 meln ariy sitoordimlf
Addyey ra Ja RvuOP Berrir MEb
saved 'hun-- r. ~ iest~e.rmin
dOreds'. _- em Wa ,t,, Wb,,w.
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KINGA MOUNTA IN and Is IEI.RO EV,
A History of the Battle, Oct. 7, 1780, and the even
whic u l sh to , aftr to yenta spn ist pratpraf o
lin aterials fr tus workt wh ch abounds in tirrastgh
e tals ofadventures anld hair-breadF h esenp es alike infe
eig to old ad oh g e decenela , 1u ua~l r
u1mbgt , Mc we ler, W ein e of thennwd - n t h
offcrpw lvigb thatan 2pg e tef nde r t: u~ a y fu
se p t i n re eif5 raeetrec rd oI fa t
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wit eme, ste otraits ofample oe dammeo
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An it Is t all diseases of the OfS KVY
LIVER AND BOWELS
It eleanses the system f th 6aid poeses
that causes the dreadiounsmg W
only the vietim of Rheumaim O MONO
THOUSANDS OF OASES
of 41ie *ont 0re of aiM tghM ,
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PERFSOTLY OUR .
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IN ITS ACT iON, buttarmnless nall asses.
IT' eleasee, streugthese "nd giveeNew
U to all the important organsof the .
The staral action of the KidneysS
The iAver I cleansed of all disease, and ShW
Dowele move freely and healthfully. In S4
way the worst diseases are eradicated ber
l6t has been proved by thoumads that
In the most .Dsotuai reddy flor oelai he
system of all morbid sedretions. t shouMbb
used in every household as
Always eures BILIOUSNESS. CONSuA.
TION, MAL11 and all IHATML Diseases.
Is put up in Dry Vegetable Form, intlaeais
Ofte package of which makes squarsts mnedicine.
Also in UAqaid Form, very Coemeetratedfe
the conveniefce of those who cannotreadily pr.
k pare i. It acts wtl equal effiiency ho eitherferm.
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LIST OF DISEAAS
ALWAYS CURAZLE'BY USING
OP BilBAN PLESH. OP ANIMAta.
ir Burns and Scalds, Sores and Galls,
. Stings and Bites, Spavin, Orakar
e Cuts and Bruises, Screw Worm, Grab,
Sprains & Stitches, Foot Bot, Moof Au,
i ContractedMuscles Lameness,
Stiff.Joints, Swinny, Founders,
dEruptions, Sot. Feet,
-Froat Bites, Stifess,
and all external diseases. andoeveryhurtoracident.
For general use in family, stableanJ stockyrdii
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